The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on April 7, 1920 · Page 2
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 2

Carbondale, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 7, 1920
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\ THE DAILY FREfi PRESS HE DAILY FREE PRESS Established ily 1903 Weekly 1877 ree Press Polishing Co MRS. JOHN T. GALBRAITH Editor and Manager Telephone -:- 218 Terms . . • Subscription '15 -cent a week; Advertising bills due weekly, ob work strictly cash. SNNUAL SUBSCRIPTION. $7.80 Fined For Maintaining A Nuisance/About Her Preituses Yesterday Sussie Hammer, colored, was fined ?3.00 and -.costs before J. J. Robertson, police •' magistrate yes. terday on » charge of. maintaining a nuisance, a.iowing an unsanitary' condition around her home. FINED FOE FRENCH OCCUPY i GERMAN CITIES , Frankfort and Darmstadt Entered on Orders From Marshal Foch. PUBLIC NUISANCE entered at the postoffice at Car ndale,, Illinois, as second clas »tter. Office in the Free Press aiding, West 'Main Street. •Mrs. tjussie Haniiers, colored, was tried before a police .magistrate Mon- rhy on a charge, of niaintaaniinig ' a public nuisance -on her premises on (WilTow street. She. was found guilty ..and fined «20.70. • About fifteen '-wit- jjiesses were resbyterians Planning Activities This Week The Brotherhood of the Tre'sby- ian church is 'planning- a Father d Son banqquent. The men who ve -no sons, will borrow one oi 'riend for the banquet; "he ministers of Jackson county e meeting in Murphysboro today the interest of the Inter-Church orld Movement. An effort will made to have the churches .of e county work in 'unison in dc- ing the needs of religion in the unty. The annual meeting and picnic >per of the Presbyterian church | 11 be . this evening, at 6:30.. Herts, will-., be given from each nch of. the church, .for the fiscal ar. Every member and friend raid be there. "resbyteriau. ladies from ,- five unties in, southern Illinois, will et in Carbondale in convention ednesday. and Thursday - of next ek. \ The ladies • of the , local urch will entertain,them. It's a perfect combination-, ancUiko Oliver .Twist, you'll cry for. "More!" 'Got a csa from your grocer. THE AMOS-JAMES GEOCEK CO. I DGE DEWEY'S SISTER DIES jeorge .Dewey and sister, .iliss iie Dewey', were here yesterday route to their home in Cairo m Tulsa, Okl'a, where they a't- dcd the funeral of their sister, s. T.- Jl Flack. Mrs. Flack was o . a sister of. Judge . Dewc>% q. V | ; becalmed for ;days—yes,; %i ••*• wee !<s °n a fevet'Stricken ship, "^ , . to seethe native creyv and 1 (white officers go down, one ; i>y one) • 'until all but you had gone; to mirac^ (ulously escape the fate-of your'comV , |t . > on ' v to encounter adventures* iyou never dreamed ofTtfien to learn) |,that you. are marked for dea'tfi at the) ;hands of an assassin only ! to be saved) •iby a— ;_">, _' ^ ' ' "If But ^ th ~ s ' st ory for yourself,' It's) :a • gripping ahd_thriilirig taif_Jromj Ynrsrto. last, ~'- t \Watcfi. This Paper •••for!\ -•. (the_First Installment of) NO RESISTANCE IS MET Government Issues Statement ,Saying Drastic Action Was Made Necessary by German Offensive in ... RuHr District. - : Paris, April 7.—The United States government lias addressed iiV note to France'protesting against the occupation of Frankfort unil other German cities, it is learned upon highest authority. Tlie note is understood, to be framed in tlic clearest possible terms. Mayence, April 7.—French troops en- thral Frankfort at five o'clock m the morning, finding only a. .small German- force, left there to' afford police protection for the people. The, oceupar tion of the city was a mere military •march/mid wus not attended by any fighting. Darmstadt was entered 'shortly afterward by French forces. Tlie German government garrison of that city !iad left at midnight to avoid contact with the French and this morning was six miles east of the 'city. . • .General Degoutte has issued n proclamation to cities and towns within" the area to be occupied, declaring French troops.have crossed the Rhine to coiupel,tho. Berlin government to re : spect its agreement with the allies and asserting there is no hostile intent toward the people of that region. Promise, to Withdraw. The proclamation says the French troops will withdraw as soon as German government forces have evacuated the neutral zone and declares no' oiie will be' affected by the. presence of the French as long as order is maintained. At 5:20 in the morning French ..tanks entered Frankfort. They were followed by a, battalion of sharpshooters and a company of engineers, and these troops occupied strategic points and the railroad station. Half n dozen tanks were posted 4>ear the station and the : barracks, and another force was stationed near police headquarters and the post office. These troops held tiie important entrances to the city until nine o'clock, when a battalion of chasseurs detrained at the station. Stirring. Scenes at M^yence. Paris, April -7.—French soldiers occupy tlie German cities of Frarikfort- on-JIains and ' Darmstadt, 1C mile south.. Forces commanded by General Degoutte, which.have been holding the. Mayence bridgeh'ead, were ordered forward by Marshal Foch following the 1 efforts on the part, of the French government to induce the Berlin government to withdraw. its. forces from the neutral zone along the eastern bank of the Ehine, where they had been ordered to. disperse communistic units that for the last fortnight have conducted a revolt in the Euhr valley. Germany Must Pay Bill.. , Stirring scenes at Mayence are described by Henry Bidou, military .critic of the Journal des Debats, in a telegram to his paper. He says that during the afternoon troop 'activity began and .soon auto trucks and field kitchens began moving eastward, accompanied, by Moroccan troops with machine guns. Chief interest in the situation, as evidenced by newspapers here, is whether the allies will support France and to what extent. This query, was put to Premier Millerand by the Echo do Paris last night, the premier answering: jf "England was victorious, and so was France. I am confident everything will work out perfectly." Asked who would pay the'-expense incident to occupation, M. Millerand replied: "Why, Germany, obviously, since it was she that by her 'acts obliged us to resort to coercion." Notifies Charge d'Affaires. ~~. Premier Millertind formally notified Dr. von Mayer,' the German charge d'affaires of the action of the 'French government in ordering the advance and informed him that as soon • .IN there had been complete evacuation of the neutral zone by the German troops the French would evacuate the cities they had been ordered to occupy. Marshal Foch had a.conference vy.itli Premier Millernnd. -'Later the premier received Hugh C. Wallace, the American ambassador. • ITALY BACKS FRENCH MOVE Cabinet Decides to Extend Moral Support, but Won' x t Be Party to Invasion. - : -Rome, April 7.—Popolo Hcnnnno- snys that at a cabinet lueotins tlie government decided to extend to France Italy's moral support in tlie French occupation "of Frankfort and other .German cities. The cabinet agreed, however, that under no circumstances would Italy he n party to any military measures' nsfmnst Germany, the newspaper says. "SfcffeT'S 'SOON' ' ' " .. More Troops to Constantinople. •'. Mtfltsf, April 7.—The Britisii trans-! ports Workriiari ana'Fear' left For'Con- stantinople carrying troops. BAZAAR AND The ladies of the Methodist'church' will hold their annual.springe-bazaar Fria-ay, April 16,. in. ,ithe. east of the- church. . Tfc'bi-e will b'e.many .useful *n<J- fancy articles for sale at .reasonable' prices, and also .there will ibe hame- mi'ae. candy, potted .plants, cut-.fl.6w- ers and a food table. ' -. ," At 5 o'clock a cafeteria InncH .will- be ' served, consisting of . cliickenr creamed potatoes, .baked; ham, toaked beans, potato salad, cabbage^"slaw, cotta.gre cheese, pickles, coffee, and Desert.' ' ..'... : ' Every woman of ..the church is asked to donate either to the bazaar or. lunch.' MRS. K.'E. . iMES. I. W. •MRS. CAERIiE a5-2t » ' .Committee. / -Jlr. and Mrs. Boy. Weiler visited- relative's ki -Anna yesterday. ZION •Mrs. Lillio Stafford, .and .daughter Vorise of Herrin visited relatives, hers the latter part of the yreek. . J£r..and Mrs. Robert McBaniel" and sons', "iio'bert grid Ealpli, .visited:Edna and Earl. McDaniel of Carbondale Saturday ni'g-.h.t^.ncl Sunday. •Delia, .Davis attended teachers' meeting- ,at Carib'or.idale hsti-w-eekr. . • William iFisher of ,'Caiibojidale visit- .cd relatives here the latter -part of the week. ' • . 'Mrs." :Alice McD.aniel spent' a few days last week wi.tli -her daughter,. Mrs 1 . Minnie .Gui-ley, and family of Aiiitiocli. -air. .air Id -Mrs. Linsy Reid .visited Mr. .and Mrs. Charlie Reid Wednesday of iCa-nbohdal'e. •Mrs. Eliza Vaughn, visited Ralph Miller and .family of Carbondale Tuesday night. . : . . .Willie. Rushing visited his. brother Luther ,3ir.;d family of Hampton'Tues- WAITED JP; .» -'^ ,<**' Company, \. . - .. • ... x Good Pay and Working Conditions • ' . • • \- . '" ' ' ' See Representative at Edwartfe House oh April StJi, 1920, .... From 9 to 11 A. ' M. >—2 to ' 4 P. . M. day. night. , ..".--.''' Mrs.. H..-Bell .visited at Miakanda. and..Arma a-.-few days test w'eie& v . V Herbert . Gibbs. arid family ,yisi.te*l 1/ewis Uibbs and family" of iCarbon- 'dale 'Saturday. • :. . ' 'Mrs. J.osie Springer .visited., her parents,. Mr.. .and, Mrs. Chas. Eeid, of iCaiibondale Tuesday mgih.t.- ' . . '._; 'Mr. and Mrs.-iEr.n',£st Eaton, of Herein visited 'Raleigh JBjtso.w awd fam- .-ily. Wednesday night. -Mrs. Eaton '"and children stayed for a few days' .visit. ''; • iKose Eat.on visited Ottie Stroman family 'of-Po'm.onia Thursday, •j Robert Gibbs visited- his brother, '•He'rbeiit an:d family 1 last week. .George Rushing -visited I/iither 'R-usirfng of Hampton. Thursday night '.'.' .Garret Hale,'of Oanbondale .ySited his uncle, Otis l Fox, .and family last week. • • . Hugh Batsori! of iCentra.liS..-ivisite'd '.his patients, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh -Batson,' last week. . Mr. and Mrs: - Emniett Fashe-r .and children of; Murphysb.oro . visited' r Mr. and Mrs.'W. D..Fisher-Saturday'arid • Sun-day. ... '••!' , NJ3W HOPE April 5, 1920. We sincerely; .hope. that .this very unexpected snow' is .winter's -far.ew.eO' visft with us. , iFioyd IWr_ay .attended a salfe at' GoceyiUe last week'. lie* sold liis horse .while away ..a.iid returned, homfe .By rail. '.Mrs. Alva Baker and children, -have been' on the sick list, but arle all im- iproving, ' Misses,iOp.a.1 .and .Sibyl iCrairi of'S'. I. irv. ,TJ. spent .their vacation, -with ihome. folks. T-liey rbtu,rned. to scliool Monday, accompanied, by .their sister, •Miss "'il''ay, -her school having; closed >Sa.t.ur.aay. ' . . . - .Mrs. Mary iWarren .and . .daughter Ethel are now -living at thai-'.home . near 'here. .They have ibeeh away the ;paist winter. New ,,iS6p.e. school '>s,e : d._recen.tiy j with, great success. -Each pupil p.3ss- I ed"i2ie final .exarainatibii, itriieire being I seven m number: The, pupils, patron's '.aid friends .of the district and near-by -iSara iM-dCamish', the -teacher, a "name -quilt" .as a itoken of their | appreciation of his great - interest . shown in the sphool iaiid community. iWe 1 iregreit our loss --when 'he and family imbyed- away. iMT..aih.d.Mrs;• E. 1 D. B,aker Sr. a.nd daughter Bemice of .County lyiiie and .-Miss- Cecil -Baker of Coreville took dinner with M-rl- and Mrs. Alva'Sa.ker ' ..Thursid'ay. 'Miss iBernicei is home • from iS. I. N. TL- 'M,rs. iCJarrie Gentry- -visited her i fa.ftie.i- of Antioch on:ei -daiy -last week. EH-giar Harris has . purchased a j tractor from Harry Ro\ve' -of 'Mai .Mrs.. John- Collins, who has been .very.ill for some.itime, is rapidly im..proving. ...* • - .. . 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