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Mt Vernon Register News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1921, Mt Vernon, Illinois Nearly 7000 Circulation on Combined Daily and MT. Rtwi A PAPER A SQUARE DEAL FOR FAVORS FOR NONE VOLUME 184 MT. MAY 5, 1921 FIFTEEN CENTS PM Urn ULTIMATUM OF ALLIES IS DELIVERED TO THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT Time Limit in Which Germany Must Answer is Set at May 12; Is Considered As Final Word on Reparations German V Cabinet Resigns Because of Crisis and Efforts Are Now Being Made in Berlin to Form a New Fourth Side of Stillman Rectangle MORE THAN 100 C. OF C. IN ONE DAY DO i IS of Arc To first in for in iun the Creator 1 called upon today to pay war indemnity full and to all the of the treaty of on of military allied iiin by the allied attending at 10 and one hour was delivered to Dr. 1 tlie will at May 12. j detailed tlie 2"> I days one billion sold one of Within doys tlie will of every j ' a on the will be will include a of in fact of ap | in flie event that the desires of canvas yesterday Tlie allied to far beyond the was the most i The council adjourned The first day's work netted after of over hundred rs and it i had been before formally tlin total will be at least The of is ilie of citizens of Ml to do their for tiie committees report that the drive there wore absolutely no were not sold are the liav every reason fluit their work was 100 per cent as far as member ship is In many the men were met with the are all are in said of 10 tlon do I tare is most This j May of ai ministry to succeed tlie i cabinet which | j wah undertaken i conference of coalitio j was held when to a with representatives of the HIS TESTIMONY I EXPECTED TO 0 OF Dl Many Character Witnesses Are Show Good Character of Mt. Vernott Now on Trial in Federal Court in Evidence Also Introduced to Show Kyle Did Not Have Good BJ to His Becoming a Djr FAST 111., May Williamson with alleged in the at was expected to lake the in his own behalf In the court here today where he was on It was that al the conclusion of Williamson's testimony the would rest allowing the to It was developed by the that Williamson bail furnished duns led io the arrest of his former and recovery of the stolen frave Hils ion the day that on which a was to hero THREE IN UPPER Mrs. H. former rus been names as by the the Stillman divorce Mrs. Stillman thai lier is the lather two-year-old old It mitteo in It shows the is first in the of citizens and that the to Mt. first is everywhere in | 1 The raising of the dues to per year j appeals 19 p majority of new ji one considers that it | to the that ' was as practically that St leader of the peoples succeed Konstantin as and gIkIU cents a day in is not to the committee in i charge to hear most favorable t on the decision to make the dues the same as practically every city in IV wo are to have a successful of Commerce it is most the treasury be ample to allow the various bureaus to function It is also STATE COMMANDER DELIVERS ADDRESS HERE LAST NIGHT vi at U. 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CUSTOM MEN SEIZE JEWEL OF GREEK QUEEN OLGA FAMILY DOCTOR CALLED IN THE STILLMAN CASE not to note that in almost every instance a check accompanied tlie proving beyond a doubt the Vernon are not only of their bit in the city a thoroughly modern Chamber in every Commerce but are hand concert the Dr May Queen mother of Fing Constantine oi I Greece is in such circumstances that she has been forced to olVer some of i her jewels for j II has just become known that she I recently sent a The open air concert and the States with a large the of brooch with instructions to III Legion at the north j of it al the highest door of the conn last lis of IJy Is Touring cision with In a check for their dues Great Flood Of Gold Sweeps Into Country lias tlT NRW veritable flood of gold is the shores of the United Already the precious in the country has attained the unprecedented amount of and yet the tide Is Financiers this to Uio fact that the United States ir. world's one and for the important reanon that the other nations of the world it well nigh to transact business with this by reason of their own depreciated The precious metal is coming from all quarters of the the more Great Britain and as woil as the Scandinavian arc paying heaviest Much gold received from represents shipments from South Africa the French and hark hack to the of the war and In some to much longer For Sweden gold received from for war also bar gold or bullion which many believe to be of the organization ny way of the Pacific ibo it may h The young man who was dressed in civilian clothes upon arriving in York failed lo declure the Vernon Car Shojis lie but few days and also In every has been ed with and music ' which has been in the been greatly The concert j for a began at 7::lO and lasted until 8:,'1() bv the New Stale Commander York house and according to was for an | Dr. commander of presided and the Mayor Charles U. Keller delivered | which opposed the nation in an address World war are at work today in- A crowd and listened 1 for the destruction with intense interest to | of order and is making a tour of Iho 102 counties of the slate in the effort f which advices Queen Olga is now I seeking some means of it. or Police Al Al Aw in FAST ST. 111.. May Taking of testimony in- tlie of Lauren by lila fornier partner instigator of the big robbery al Mt. 111., when of registered was stolen from ilie mail al will be lat May 5.-FlghUng-;lfc|;jp I over a large of as a result of the Polish according vlies received hero All of Hie and arc in tlie of French from with three police and troops all - broke in lowing a strike which was the upper coal Polish This of Home nl Secret Of Dy NEW May a amen A. New York banker gained u point today in his divorce against the former who he charges with ami who in turn similar charges against when Referee whit Is bearing evidence in case admitted a letter alleged to been writ tin to by Indian named as which endearing The of today was in hearing testimony of witnesses Ilie and of Lauren In his yesterday Kyle repudiated newspaper articles in St. Louis after his arrest In he that Williamson brought the mail pouch to store in the of Ilie 1 Itli of which Wiis the first he knew of the of the Tuesday he told how he stole the mail from the wagon I hey had loaded to taken The theft he waif committed o'clock a- the of Lauren Williamson for who knew Williamson said it was Assistant V. S. District Attorney decision of the Interallied to give the bulli of Silesia to who know Kyle ago before the entered the said Kyle's reputation for truth veracity was ' Dennis asked one witness meant by answer to the ami replied that ho meant did not have the reputation a good man In the Router ed that Williamson aided him recovery of the stolen made us to the ofi reward and ton commission on the amount of declared that Page SUV Important Matters come occasional shipments of gold j front Siberia where they part of General South and Central also are making involuntary to this country's vast holdings of the yellow mainly because conditions an in Ilie work of that follow tlie great and that it may the things necessary for the good if its members that it stands is an earnest speaker and talks to the at lie does not about the In virtually goes a I to the merits any other form of to this The local Assay whose modern ho but had suffered eludes huge five floors below Some had been street now holds of their former some fully of i had and others hart has come from foreign of Ilie Ho told of the treatment ex-service men have received in a now si They have not been merely pictured the attentions showered on the boys during the the big speeches made lo how they were escorted lo trains and the public and that when demonstrations how they were they returned IIv of was as a wii ill ilie ia the case of York fi nm tlie for the ami a - n liv fur il Ilial he lie The city board mot lasi night and transacted a great deal of important list of i is nol to he made public at Ibis time as iu a Some of will not prove take a course t staled that one text book has er vacation in normal twenty The of the world ia on other would be loo good for He contrasted these these with the treatment In their j ions assured had had wiDi wli is charged with r called for today was who for three was Iht lit of the the boys had He said the I si iUman home at The machinery of the Assay hero is working at high in an effort to reduce and refine the bullion and Reports that large of the gold are shipped to the mint received when seeking lie asked only deal for lie the country thai 1. W. and anarchy must he guarded against and the nation must ho protected from these lie declared the siime In- hoys are asking no special and the Legion is moving to for of wounded young men and men whose health was wrecked in the service of their He said tile Legion sought to help them and to play its in the of citizenship and in crushing the IcR of the At the of his the adjourned lo their hall where another lo Five additional members were received the address of the he is said lo cerlain in as that of Fred Indian guld named as in the by May 5.- Sir uf land ambassador day carried to the state department Hie formal lo the United Slates from the Allies to ho represented on the supreme tho reparations and the council of studies last mentioned It is because of the cost to parents It is tho desire of the make the cost to the parent as possible and to extend It ovar of on certain I long. a as practicable so i I he iii hers necessary Ill ur I wo instances have failed to with the superintendent and to proper courtesy 10 patrons of the It is intention to against a matters of this kind in Graduates of the who employed have benefit of normal instruction before they will he eligible to positions as No increase will ho made In of teachers this It is stated there are two reasons for this one is the fact of living has declined a further and tho other Is ry changes will bo made in this the changes to be in and Changes will be next year in the need of a that the cost and promises Physiology and the board in the and conditions are so tills time It Is by hoard the part of year for a change G Is thought justment will have been permanent of to Franklin Wa and this win be An of- mains on Lincoln and hut of will be paid shortly as ' available for that Another about a week ers will be 00 meui President sided now secretary aU were iiV
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