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   Mt Vernon Register News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1921, Mt Vernon, Illinois                                Nearly 7000 Circulation on Combined Daily and Weekly. MT. REGISTER' i�n�Ml ffMi taletMlltitl Rtwi ItrtlM A NON-PARTISAN PAPER A SQUARE DEAL FOR ALL-SPECIAL FAVORS FOR NONE VOLUME I-NO. 184 MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, 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 Midnight, May 12; Is Considered As Final Word on Reparations Matter; German V Cabinet Resigns Because of Crisis and Efforts Are Now Being Made in Berlin to Form a New Ministry. Fourth Side of Stillman Rectangle MORE THAN 100 MEKSERSFORNEW C. OF C. IN ONE DAY "WIIKKK DO i Sl(;.\ � IS (;kxkk\i, KKSPO.VSK. liiilicatiims Tlial (lie l'cVAX('K Mrs. FUirenre H. Leei!.^, former i-li( rus girl, l;a\lliK been names as co-r Vi:.\THKU foukc AST, J''aij-  loni,�lit  and  tomorrow; amounts'.v^'only gIkIU cents a day :i!muc!i eiianRC in temperature, is not surprisinf; to the committee in i charge to hear most favorable coin-men t on the decision to make   the membershii) dues the same as practically every city in .the country.   IV wo are to have a successful Cliamh;!'' of Commerce it is  most  necessar*-that the treasury be ample eiions'.i to allow the various bureaus to function properly.   It is also .cratifylni; STATE COMMANDER DELIVERS ADDRESS HERE LAST NIGHT >i i: vi |{   ("o.nckkt   IMtKCKDKS :ti><; at corirr iioisk. U. S. 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 apiilicatio'.i proving beyond a doubt the jieople of�Mt. Vernon are not only desironv-; of doiiiK their bit in .giving the city ^ a  thoroughly modern   Chamber    ifi'i'S-''" surcess in every way. Commerce but are baekin.g ilieir de-'^ho hand concert pn^ceded the uuot- Dr AitHOclatpa I'rrim. FAKIS. May f).---Dowager   Queen Olga. mother of Fing Constantine oi I Greece is in such circumstances that ! she has been forced to olVer some of i her jewels for sale, ____ j    II has just become known that she I recently sent a yoiing (Ireek ollicer The open air concert and me.'iinglto the I'nited    States with a large uniUr the auaplcis of .lefferson I'ost ; pmepald brooch with instructions to III  Auuricaii  Legion   at  the north j dispor.fi of it al the highest door of the lonnly conn lunise last Aiiieric.iii Lca:ii",V^i�l'>^''l'''- from lho,-PolG8. .f- .......,._ with being, three cornored Poles, Ciornian police and ; itUJift'li^ troops all involved. -   .,    : iJinorder broke oi(t in I^BUM lowing a strike which was ordor^Jl^|y the upper Silcsfau coal Hclda byi^^||i Polish comniisBlonor. This atrlkej^VJiljjt?^ iikmi itr,ssi-;i,L i'ohav. Ti:.STII'lKl> I'ornier Sii|ierlii1�>ndeiit  of Stillniaii ('oni)t.v Home Ai.so A|�|>i')ir.s To-(Inj nl Secret llcarlni; Of (.'ase. Dy Aaaoclnted Preaa. NEW YORK, May a .-J amen A. Stillman, New York banker gained u point today in his divorce proceodlniiH against the former Flfi Potter, who he charges with iiilidelity ami who in turn maki's similar charges against Uiin. when Referee (ileasoii whit Is bearing evidence in tin? case admitted a letter alleged to luivi' been writ tin to Mrt-. Slillnian by l''re.l lUauvaia, Indian guide, named as er, resiiiindent, which ct)in;iined endearing terms. The foi-enoon of today was spent)    ,, , . .       .        � �:'!t>h in hearing testimony of witnesses t,.! V'",':'' "' '""."^''.''^ '\^"'"'";.f''f ""^PPfm^ Ilie gcod (iini.'icler and V(>racity of Lauren \\'illhiinson. In his tesflniony yesterday Kyle repudiated newspaper articles in St. Louis pntiers after his arrest In wliic'i he inad(  slateniiMit that Williamson brought the mail pouch to thei-ac.-essory store in the afleriioon of Ilie 1 Itli of .hiunary, which Wiis the first he knew of the iiiefl of the ina'i pouches. Tuesday he told how he stole the mail ponclii's from the wagon iifter I hey had he  till' siatlon. The theft he said, waif committed atinnl (! o'clock a- ni. l�e!.^ariiing the rei)ulatlon of Lauren Williamson for voracity, wltnesseH who knew Williamson said it was good. Assistant  V. S.  District  Attorney decision    of the Interallied   control];;.-; commlHslon to give the bulli of Upiil�rii'� Silesia to Clermany.  - ^ said Kyle's reputation for truth mtj' veracity was had.    ' ,i,* Dennis asked one witness whatiA'^-';;ii5 meant by lil.s answer to the quepUftni^l " ami he. replied that ho meant .BJJltT;;?;^ did not have the reputation of'lieilMfei'l a good man In the neighborhocTit^ ^llA^ Postofhce lnsi)oclor Router t6|J,J]B5r?'^ ed that Williamson aided him ItP^JMiii recovery of the stolen moneyvv| made inciulrv us to the offer, ofi $5,000 reward and the, ton peM] commission on the amount of n\( recovered. . ffonter declared that WtUiaxrilojiJ (Continued oix Page SUV Important Matters come occasional shipments   of gold j ),,rtant front Siberia where they fornied part of General ICoIchak's ^\�:>r chest. South .�Vmorica and Central Amciicn also are making involuntary c-oi!tri-butions to this country's vast holdings of the yellow metal, mainly because  tinsctllcd oconomie conditions an lin- fa s. Some had been re-the street level, now holds uiiward of ii'uBcil their former positions; some $1,000,000,000, fully one-fhini of wMrh i had brtn removed, and others hart has come from foreign couiilried. of Ilie case.  Ho told of the treatment ex-service men have received in mrny Olllce, a now si nic-1 i,fjtanc('K.  They have not been merely ty. .Mr. .\IcCaulcy pictured the attentions showered on the boys during the war, the big speeches made lo them, how they were escorted lo trains and the public honor, and that  when demonstrations how they  were they  returned IIv AHNOolnl^i) rrraa. .NKW VORK. .May .'. Or. IIiil')! lltis-fcll. of Piiffalo was callnl as a wii iHss loilay ill ilie i-cferi'c's lienriiii^ ia the cli\oiii' case of .iauies .\. Slilii lau, .N'l'W York iianlier fi nm tlie fciniie! "Fifi"  I'otter. In-. I'ussell w;.s for (line Vi-'.'.i the f-.imil'. I'lic-i, l-ii, ami w.s cali..' a - n willies-, liv coimsel  fur Sliiliuau. il e\|)eele(l   Ilial  he v.iiild lie The city scliool board mot lasi night and transacted a great deal of important business. TIh; list of tea {it will not prove burdensome, 'If nur,i take a course t In-onglr staled that one text book has ba�l�Jl\^i,f er vacation in normal worli|use twenty years. ''�*L^' The mai) of the world ia ch^lig! on   other would be loo good for them." He contrasted these lu'oinlses, these (ienionstrations  with  the    treatment In their j ((uestioiHil reuarding eon\irsal ions assured |he had had wiDi .Mrs. .'-'I illmaii, wli ) "iiotliln.g, is charged with Iiilidelity. Anollu r vitness called for today was ll.'rnard Kelly, who for three ycais was Iht   siiiierinleiid: lit of the the boys had received.   He said the I si iUman c(ninty home at PleasantvIUe The machinery of the Assay ofllce hero is working at high pressuie in an effort to reduce and refine the for;ip;n bullion and coin. Reports that large (luantUies of the gold are bein.g shipped to the Philadeljihia mint '.ck ofilelal connrniatlon. received insiiHs when seeking eni-plovnient. lie asked only t!l^ snunro deal for them. lie v.-arned the country thai reds, cotTinuinlshi, 1. W. Ws. and anarchy must he guarded against and the nation must ho protected from these evils,  lie declared the siime In- hoys are asking no special favors, and the Legion is moving to car? for (he thousamls of wounded young men and >oun.g men whose health was wrecked in the service of their country. He said tile Legion sought to help them and to play its iiiirt in the duti-.'s of citizenship and in crushing the euein-1 IcR of the nation. At the concUiKioii of his aildrcss the i^^giiin adjourned lo their hall where Mr, McCaulcy iiiade another uddics.s lo cx-sci'vico men. Five additional members were received lollowlnK the address of the commander. Nev,- Vork. ^'(slelllay he is said lo h.-ive id-'iiti-fled cerlain handwriliiig in letter> as that of Fred Reaiivals, Indian guld named as co-respondent in the c:\w by Stillman. �y Aaaoolated Preaa. W..\Sl-nNaTON. May 5.- Sir Auk'laclj. uf JlVr^yj*; land (lOddes. IJritish ambassador to-1 day carried to the state department Hie formal invitutlon lo the United Slates from the Allies to ho represented on the supreme couiici], tho reparations commission, and the council of ambassadors. studies last mentioned It is deljijl&dM;.? because of the cost to parents otttv^'flSi children. � It is tho desire of the board,;^,W|^| make the cost to the parent as'8ma|V':V as possible and to extend It ovar l!;^'./ of iiisiaiiies wersi  mrd" on certain I long. a jierlod as practicable so thpt/-', imiioriaiit condiijoii i ("iic'iers mur;' I he snmm .iiid   iii hers  niusL  nitalify necessary   lilie.s. Ill oiie ur I wo instances (eaclieri have failed to co-ciperiito with the superintendent and to sliov,- proper courtesy 10 patrons of the school. It is I.h<; intention to guard' against a recurriMice (if matters of this kind in future. ,MM^ Graduates of the liigh^^robol who :ifo employed imi.st have Ih'i benefit of normal instruction before they will he eligible to positions as teachers. No increase will ho made In 'salaries of teachers this year. It is stated there are two reasons for this policy; one is the fact of living has declined a further detline, and tho other Is ,e funds. ry changes will bo made in text""books this year, the changes to be in Illslory and Reading. Changes will be � nmdo next year in Goograpliy, Arithmetic. Wlille i?.es the need of a that the cost and promises Physiology and the board real-change  in   the and  conditions are so unaettlfi^ tills time It Is coiihldered by hoard  the part of wlsdgm 'tQ.w anothor year for a change of; G grapliies, when'it Is thought justment will have been cffeoteA;'-^: permanent   boundai'iea   and'-'gl^i established. I.iack of funds,will iirav^nt to Kdlsou, Franklin .and Wa schools, and this ijnpprtauij'' win nocossarily be ^delayed ''{i;iOt year. An  Indc^btednoaa  of- $12,00,Q' mains on Lincoln and HoractSf'JJ^: schools, hut $G,000 of this"?ajaAf"' will be paid shortly as fmi4*r, ' available for that purpQ�e�f Another mooting.rWltlitoSet^ about a week when, the-l;ljti ers will be agreed, 00 meui accordinglyinq^ President AVM^"^v sided uud Mm^O^yft now secretary '41 a�d aU oth'fSiii were preMn|, iiV   

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