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Murphysboro Daily Independent (Newspaper) - June 24, 1926, Murphysboro, Illinois Page two the daily Independent Murphysboro Illinois thursday june 24, 192b. The daily Independent jul South twelfth Street published every evening except sunday Ille r litt1ck.editor and publisher manager g. editor Cumle news briefs Burtis Trees representative Telephone 99 member audit Bureau of circulations Ralph h Mulligan Eastern representative 30 e. 42nd St., new York a. J. Anderson Central representative 35 e. Wacker drive Chicago 111. \ the publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement terms of subscription 15c per week delivered by Earrie within the City limits. One month 35c three months 85c six months $1.60 1 year $3.00, in Ibi it Nee in Jackson and adjoining counties. One month 60c three months $1.56. Six months $2.75 1 year $5.00, in Advance in All other mailing zones. 000 entered at the Post office of Murphysboro 111., As second class matter. 3> Soltice phone 35 leased wire International news and associated press member of the associated press associated press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication if All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this did also the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein Are also reserved. Paper Mary conaster building new is june Bride Home for Walker Carbondale ill. Jump 21-, clothing store miss Mary Conatser daughter ofor. And mrs. F. F. Conatser of car a Carbondale ill., june 24�? Bondale and Geo. Trail son of work is progressing nicely 011 the William Trail of Carbondale town new Home of the ,1. V. Walker ship were married at the Christian j clothing company to he located it o or \ in 83 Abri t Flag waving on july 4 t he Flag of our country will be flown generally. It is a Good custom Flag waving if sincerely and correctly done. Long May it wave now in new York the other Day a certain Rich woman was arrested because she Cut a strip of bunt ing from one of her tenants places. She had demanded that the tenant remove it from the front of the restaurant he occupied and when he refused she went up and Cut away the lashings herself. Reprimanded of a magistrate and asked Why she dare do such a tiling the woman told the court a the Bunting was dirty and unattractive. It was not my intention to desecrate the Flag. The decoration made the building look like a Section of second there is no finer bag in the world than ours mrs. New yorker. It should awaken Pride in us wherever it is viewed on the Battlefield or Over a Butcher shop. But let us keep it clean too. Hanging out a dirty lag is like wearing a soiled badge. It is a kind of Muddy patriotism. Fatal fatalism j a japanese cartoonist in new York Matturo likable thought it time for him to die and put the Ideal of fatalism into practice by slashing himself. Fatalism is a queer quirk of thought. Shakespeare had a Good idea in mind when he said a a there a nothing either Good or bad but thinking makes it if we think a thing hard enough the mind becomes obsessed. Fatalism Mav be fatal. Church parsonage saturday evening at 6 of clock. Rev. Chas. J. Pardee performed the ring ceremony. After the wedding the couple left on a honeymoon trip to Chicago and Milwaukee. They will be Home two and a half Miles West of car Mondale after july 1. The i Ide graduated from the teachers College in 1922. She has been employed four years As teacher in the Carbondale on West Jackson Street next to the Wolf shoe store. The building a Brick Structure is being practically destroyed in order to replace it with a building modern in every respect. The fixtures Are All of the highest Quality made especially to tit the building. The show window will be of the newest types. The build a 1 ing will be ready for occupation to by August 1. At the present time richest strongest Best highest in Oua Uty schools. The last year she has the j. V. Walker store is located been employed As a critic teacher in a portion of the Johnson Yan at the Brush training school. Jul it Taylor store. The bridegroom had also been a x student at the College. At the present time lie is employed with the Illinois Central. July 4-5 at giant City in $10,000,000 fourteen Story club for newspaper Lien in capital Structure going i p at fourteenth and f streets to be Home is National press organization and free from debt in 25 years last word in modern facilities for handling news a famous editors and correspondents on Board of directors. International news Washington. June 24 a Monument to the american piss a being erected Here. It will not be an empty shrine but or c that will contain the permanent Home j cof Julie National press club and of fice Yrd rooms Tor s Hington Cones Structure will Rise at fourteenth am veral Hundred indents. The Ourtcea stories f streets and Cost $10,0m.i.000. For to the Purchase last december and professional men of 4 Jar Alpert y be we ability paper m i 1011 1 men Ali 1 Aux unmet the adv Biciej new aged by to Iii National Ite Tion As a lion dub. A it it 1 1 How Piali Iriti rectors of owned by t of the business National i As to venture Encour-1eeeived consult f such a 11 Wen in they and organized the a building Corpora ing company for the lie Vot in lock save snares c torpor Atli the will i be it v be e Lub. The Tot rotation is heat John Hays Hammond who will be 1 remembered by his work in South Africa with Cecil Rhodes the pm a Pip bin Lei John Loy Edson. J treasurer of the chamber of Commerce of the United states the american red Cross and several of her National organizations is treasurer. James William Bryan. Washington publisher. General manager and Henry l. Sweinhart head of the Washington Bureau of Haras news vice president. 1 the officers of the corporation with the following Board o f directors win View presid it of Commerce of Ili Robert v. Fth Ming Riggs National Bank. Washington Robert x. Harper president. Dist net National Bank. Washington Herbert Hoover. Secretary of com a of the 4 i nit d state. David 1 a by. Rence president consolidated Stephen t. A her nation Al let Ark , Thomas r. Shipp president Thomas r. Shipp and company William j. Donovan Asj it to the attorney general of United states Edward b. Ale publisher of the Washington Post and Cincinnati enquirer Gra-1 Monr b. Nichol director of information for the United states Treasury department Gene Buck pres Sake up the Liot h. Good-1 the chamber United states president of the of Dodge. The United states daily. The lower Interior portion of the j Structure will House a 3,50b seat theatre leased from the Date of completion to the Fox theatres corporation for thirty five years at an aggregate rental in excess of $7,000,000. The remainder of the Street floor excluding the entrances to the the Jatre and building will he Given i Over to stores. The second to the twelfth floors i and half of the thirteenth floor. Will he divided into 972 office rooms j for newspaper correspondents j news association and other a i proved tenants. Telegraph offices j will he opened on each of these j floors for the convenience of the i newspaper men. Provisions have j been made for the additional Pri \ vate wires desired by news bureaus Jot metropolitan papers and news j i associations. The National press club will of Cupy the remainder of the thirteenth floor and All of the fourteenth floor. This space will he connect-1 de by a grand Stair Case and will i have All the appointments of the j modern club. Twenty five years hence t lie Structure will he free from debt. Then it will be the property of the j club. The property will have an official appraisal value of approximately $11,000,000 when it is ready for Oce Pansy the Early part of next j year. From the income of the building j will he created a fund that will j grow with the years. The plan is a to make this fund the nucleus for an endowment or Trust fund for the Benefit of writers wherever they May he in the United suites or whatever Mav he their needs. Sumner Schwartz marriage at Troy Carbondale ill. June 24.�? Harold Sumner son of or. And mrs. Frank Sumner of Carbondale. And miss Helen Schwartz of Eldorado. Were married at Troy mo., sunday. The Bride Lias been employed Foi the last year in the City school system at Eldorado. At the time of her marriage she was a student at the College Here. Her father is a Well known Eldorado merchant. Or. Sumner is associated with his father in the tire and accessory business Here. A teacher College enrolment 1638 Carbondale ill. June 24 a with the dropping of the bars on further enrolment for the first Quarter at the teachers College work began in Earnest tuesday. The enrolment is 1638. The size of the student body although not As Large As last year is very Gratifying. The Large number of students working on their degree foreshadows one of the Best years in the history of the school. Piano recital at presbyterian j Carbondale ill., june 24�? j o11 thursday evening at the pres a by Terian Church George Mortimer Brush will present about 25 piano pupils in his eighth annual re Cital. The judges pupils. Defer letting water works Carbondale ill., june 24�? at the City Council meeting tuesday evening it was decided to postpone the letting of the contract for the City water system until thursday evening. Three bids have been submitted by e. J. Merkel. Kansas City Hamilton Hoffman construction company of Carbondale and Bert and Driscoll of Decatur. E. Merkel submitted the lowest hid i $180,000. Hamilton second with $198,000 and Driscoll third with1 $201,000. J Merkel in submitting his Check made the Check payable to him self and endorsed it to the mayor j instead of the usual form of Niak ing the Check directly to the mayor. Legal a opinion holds that payment could he stopped on the Check. This bid May be thrown out. Miss m. T r Dies in Chicago Carbondale ill., june 24 word was received this morning of j the death of miss Mattie Trobaugh f at the Home of her Niece mrs. W. G. Connor in Chicago. Death came at 3 15 thursday morning from an j acute heart attack. Miss Trobaugh i who is near 7 years old had been in ill health for several years. She had never been married and 1 lived with her sister. Miss Emma 011 West Monro Carbondale ill., june 24 a the citizens of Makanda and various other promoters of the giant City state Park proposition have planned a big old fashion picnic Celebration lasting two Days july 1 and 5. Posters and hand Hills advertising the picnic have been broadcaster Over Southern Illinois. Giant City is one mile from Makanda and the Trail is marked. Picnickers of Southern Illinois Are urged to a bring your lunch and stay All Jake Blanchard was a business visitor in Cairo thursday. Sister City independents will clash the Carbondale Independent base Hall team will appear on its Home lot next sunday when it will meet an Independent team from Murphysboro. Little is known concerning the Murphy team except they play an exceptional Good Brand of Ball. The game will he played at Dillinger Field two Miles North of Carbondale on the hard Road. Bleachers Are near completion. I the Carbondale club has annexed three straight games defeating All the teams by a margin of one run. With the addition of Doftert and Reeder formerly of the Murphysboro Dix cels and first baseman Kimpling the independents present the most formidable lineup of the season. Osselmeier or Chapman probably will he on the Mound for the local club. A or. And mrs. B. S. Craine and daughter miss Pearl were do i Quoin visitors thursday attending the fur show. Associated press 1 Washington. June 24�?a let i Ter in which Peter p. Walsh Pittsburg superintendent of police a in j struck eds members of the Force that a we expect a Large majority in j their respective districts for the Pepper Fisher ticket a in the recent Pennsylvania primary was produced today before the Senate Campaign funds committee. Released from prison banker to do welfare work associated press Philadelphia. Pa., june 24�? freed today after spending a Little More than three years in an Eastern Penitentiary for killing three persons with his automobile Henry g. Brock. Philadelphia banker was resting at the Home of a Friend Here today preparatory to taking up prison welfare work to which he said the remainder of his life would be devoted. Sentenced in april. 1923. To serve six to ten years after pleading guilty to second degree murder he was pardoned yesterday by governor Pinchot on recommendation of the state Hoard of pardons. A my stay in the Penitentiary a said Brock today a has Given me an inside into the lives of those who Are unfortunate enough to go to prison and has treated in a an interest in them which i shall carry with me throughout my life. text of an interview with gov. A1 Smith or. W. B. Caldwell at the age of 83 old folks need a hid laxative not a a a physics h a r Risburg Raymond tol Lison 24 of starter tenn., was killed instantly and Cecil Talton. 22, of Gransbury 111., was probably fatally injured late yesterday when a room Cavern took place at Tunnel no. 1 of the Illinois Central Railroad Cut off near Ozark. Most men and women past fifty must give to the bowels some occasional help else they suffer from constipation. One might As Well refuse to Aid weak eyes with glasses As to neglect a gentle Aid to weak bowels. Is your present laxative in whatever form promoting natural Bowel a regularity Quot a or must you purge and a a physics every Day or two to avoid sick headache dizziness bilious Ness colds or sour Gassy Tom Ali ? or. Caldwell a syrup pepsin helps to establish natural regular Bowel pfc vement even for those chronically constipated. To. Never gripes sickens or upsets the system. Besides it is absolutely harmless and pleasant to take. Buy a Large 60-cent bottle at any store that Sells Medicine and just see for yourself. Or. Caldwell s syrup pepsin if Street. Sim a Lier Niece. Mrs. Q. And mrs. Connors Dapich Susie to Chicago flt i at graduating exercises of i audience will act As the of the performance of the at the close of the program each member of the audience will he Given Blank slips of paper and asked to write the name of the Pupil considered to have Given the Best performance. There will he three prizes Given. $10 for first prize 5 for second prize and s3 for third. A Eastern stars in regular meeting Market report o 0. S Chicago Grain opening wheat july $1.37 1-2 to 5-.s. S $1.33 1-8 to 1-4. Dec. $1.35 7-8 $1.36. Corn. July 69 7-8 75 3-8. Dec. 75 7-8. Oats july 39 5-8 dec. 42 7-8. Hogs 10,509. Opening sales 1< to 25 higher top Light hogs $15.00 it. I to i ept. Sept. To Carbondale. Ill., june 24 the Carbondale chapter Ord it Eastern Star held its regular meeting tuesday evening at the masonic Hall. Four candidates were initiated. They were. Mrs. H. Mitchell. Mrs. Geo. La Brier. Mrs. O. R. Williams and miss Mary Louise Redd. There were a group of out of town guests from Belleville. In addition to these there were these guests from the West. Mrs. J. E. Travis of Seattle mrs. Fannie Renfro Lucaw of los Angeles and mrs. Gladys Norfelt of Salt Lake City Utah. A a miss Lois Kieth. Of Chicago is spending a few Days with her sister. Mrs. Earl Throgmorton. Foo to to make 1$ Raspberry jam1 keep the color and flavor of the fresh berries Here is an easy new Way to make perfect Raspberry Jam without cooking away the luscious fresh flavor of your berries and their Beautiful Bright color. With Certo you do not have to a boil your fruit one or two minutes boiling is enough to com Pani Connor. \ Ter. Miss tend the the latter. The remains will he brought to Carbondale on train no. 21, Friday morning. There will he a Short funeral at the Home of her sister on West Monroe Street Fol flawed by interment at the pleasant Giove cemetery. Miss Trobaugh has been a life Long member of the methodist Church. She is survived by two Sisters. Miss Emma of Carbondale and mrs. Nancy Byars of Murphysboro two nephews John Evans of Chicago and de Evans of Carbondale and three nieces mrs. W. G. Connor of Chicago mrs. T. C. Moody and mrs. Gus Trobaugh of Carbondale. A Pilar j sportsmen a fish Fry our aim to serve you Well and faithfully pm always 1326 Walnut St. Amp nation wide institution buying most we buy for less Selling most 0 we sell it pc feb less d department stores Murphysboro 111. A style Leader in p agent trimmed with gun Metal ident. Society of composers auth a $i3. 5. Ors and publishers Frederic j. Has a cattle. 5ooo. Calves 1.200. Native Kin president Haskin beef steers nominal. Yearling beef Gilbert Grosvenor president. Ais Anuj canners. Steady. Good Jill geographic society James j an j Choice dealers 25 to 5 lower ight Brown pro 1idi Wright Brown president. Editor and t publisher company j. Fred jsfr4ry, Baltimore Sun Carter Field Washington correspondent. New York Herald Tribune Ulric Bett. President of the National press club and Washington to it Louisville he it Barry. Washington correspondent. New 5 Ork evening world Arthur s. Henning Washington correspondent Chicago tri off Jar George r. Holmes Hie of the Washington Bureau International news Paul Wooton Washington correspondent. Nev 1 Orleans times Picayune and the 1 Mcgraw Hill publication l. Rohert. Chief of the Washington Bateau associated press a. H. \ Kirchhofer. Washington correspond a Cut. Buffalo evening news Avery j. Marks managing editor Wash times and isomer Joseph desirable 190 to 250 pounds $11.75, to $14.90. Packing sows $13.00 to j give a perfect tender jell. You cannot have half again fruit because you save the Stead of cooking it away. Crush thoroughly about 2 quart a failure and you get More Jam from yur juice Lii at $ 11.75. National live Stock Market cattle. 2000. Steady. Top $15.00. Hogs 15,500. 10 to 15 higher. Top $15.00. Sheep 1800. Strong. Top $15.50. Chicago live Stock Market hogs 25,000. 20 higher. Top $15. Cattle 10,000. Steady. Top $13. Calves 2500. Veal calves $10.50 to $13. Sheep 11,000. Strong. Top $16.50. Cursing is crime Rome the italian penal code has just been reformed to make blasphemy a crime. Deputy Maca la trial half size l Ini has declared the move will make from 6 to tend to protect the Beauty of the italian language which is spoiled by promiscuous cursing Aud swearing. Ripe berries. Measure 4 level cups i 2 lbs. I crushed berries into a Large Kettle add 6l2 level cups 2i4 lbs sugar and mix Well. Use hottest lire and stir constantly Belore and while boiling. Bring to a full rolling boil and boil hard for 1 minute remove from fire and stir in Vij a cup Certo. Skim and stir repeatedly for just 5 minutes after taking from tire to Cool slightly. Then pour quickly Anil cover hot Jam at once with hot melted paraffin. A Hook of nearly 100 recipes for "11 sorts of delicious jams and jellies comes with each bottle of Certo. Your grocer carries Certo or you can sen 10c for postage and get bottle which will to glasses of Jam or Jelly depending upon the recipe used. Address Douglas pectin Corpora Tion. 2578 Granite building Rochester n. Y. The Carbondale Branch of the j Southern Illinois sportsmen a i league will hold its annual fish i j Fry thursday evening at Thomp i songs Lake two Miles West of town. All members of the league arc 1 urged to he present and enjoy the feast. Mrs. J. E. Travis and son Beverly of Seattle Washington Are Here visiting or. And mrs. J. Y. £>111.j land or. And mrs. L. C. Rauch. Mrs. H. R. Hess and daughter Lucille of Kankakee Are visiting j mrs. William Grissam. Mrs. Joe Fitch of Kos Claire has i returned after visiting her son. Carl Fitch and family. Burnett Shryock is Home from Chicago and will spend the sum a Mer vacation with his parents i or. And mrs. H. W. Shryock. Mrs. M. F. Neber Lias returned to Chicago after a visit with her Par l ends or. And mrs. J .1. Reno. W. A. Schwartz is in Madison this week attending a sunday school convention. Mrs. M. E. Phillips and Daugh a teis Thelma and Marie Are visit ing friends and relatives in my j Carmel this week. Mrs. A a. A Smith and daughters Helen and Margaret Are spending i the summer vacation at tent waiter. Mich. Or. Laura Swartz is in Louisville i ky., this week attending the meeting of the american osteopathic association. Miss Margaret Clark. Librarian at the College was called to her Home in Oxford. Ohio on account j of the sudden death of her father. Rev. And mrs. W. P. Macvey i have returned after a five weeks trip through the East. De i Travelstead was a Marion visitor thursday afternoon. A. D. Brubaker was an East St. Louis business visitor thursday. Mis. Ray Brown of Chicago is Here visiting her sister. Mrs. Earl Flanigan. Tom More Field c. Ellston. Eldon Rushing Francis Hewitt and Marvin Muckelroy and Rev. H. J. Sar kiss Are attending the Strite do to la y conference being held in Peoria this week. Here is one of the new arrivals in women a one strap pumps which has caught the popular favor. In Patent with gun Metal calf trimming covered walking Heel. Exceptional value at $5.50 perfect fitting a shape retaining very Dressy in Plain Patent leather to dishy enhanced by Trimmin Quot in gun Metal Call Plain toe and co Rcd Spanish Heel one c our most exceptional v dues from every viewpoint at the moderate Price of $5.50 solid leather Spring Golf Ord for children. Low priced extreme Comfort Good St e and Long wearing Qun us feature this Oxford for children. Of solid leather in Patent with rubber Spring heels. 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