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PAGE TWO WEDNESDAY, "MARCH 13, 1018. i' i i V. il u if r, ,' 'it t if 4 s U' 1 9 i 1 4 si ax. i t i I ft i i i i w 1 . i ft i i I. 1 e AMERICAH FLIER BRINGS DOWK PAIR MY 'PUIS ANOTHER U. S, BIRDMAN DRIVXS OFF QUINTETTE OF EOCHE OB SERVERS EXPLOITS ARE TOLD IN CABLED MESSAGE FROM FRONT. il A'!.. ' : ,1; A ;.. ri-. T.y IIKNUY (1. V."A'. Start Cunv.-iiou-.lx'Ut of is lioital Nfs .- r, With the Auicii aii A:mv Mar. 13. An American with a French pilot, lud experience Sunday v. hen chines was attack, d ly f sinKle-seater tlshtir? i'u French aviator skUUnliy e athirkinir unmet, km ins in jiorlorted by eighteen hit! It Some of these tmleu h;u comfortably close to lis" others pierced the iliac! where the Ann'i i' an ohs. The American etm:d 1-ttf (leruian planes w if h his mi; c.r .in i S:!'t-s V ',.l'.e . !!.- ;!- 1 1 :ru i:: r r i ui;n. a t !'.r; ik'-j' i-: i.e. I.' i j it' t hcY--i lill'lt-.;k't r n a 1 1 o r in iiiiiOIJIA. FINDS HIS CORK LEG I', r ,:.. V,-i;-,h i::. Mrs. Kail Vo i -; if M. n;.i !'h. hst husbtillil h ii lilts.-!;. a a w,'-k, tumid liis ',v!,!i '.'i; tt .'. !i ii nnillcial 15 mb " k if !' J !"- t t it to lie re : I il" t.'it ?!"" with llilll. His .. .it- i.'.ir- I'-'iil i'kiy. j ILLINOISANS HALT DAYLIGHT BILL) W -'.iiii;:..'! M.irt h 1 ! KiMiri'stii-! t.i::ws K.iiu and Madden of Illinois i.-d.iy, ! the tilth tittu' in two wtn-ks, ' ,!) !'-.( M an;l ii kiyrd fonshlt-ration 4t t'lt i!.iiii' t Tlify nssci'tfd i!':.r 'iv:s!at'n nas more imi'or .ilU. JUDGE GREEN TO SET STRAUSS TRIAL !.: i.i M.in-h '.1- Jiidc Green an- no. ;.. vii in t;ie I'l'isni v inn HHiay i Ii.t woii'd the date tor the ,1 .: Kdi-ar . S'ratise. former pres .der.' of t!ie t.ite Trast V H.ivinKH t.i.t.ik. i hi -. rsit'l uith the murder of i'. 'ine M. .M-ad. ra.-hier of the same itisi if ieti. en Thui M.;ay moniint;. A i!a:' I'er n'rainnietit a'1" ill be set, I 'K e;H'.t''d. WOMANS WORK IN WAR TIME WHY REGISTER' Iteeailso, in Kiikind. ill tke t:l-t (KH y-;trs of the war. over on.- million women were needed to repku-e men in industrial po.i'.ioii. ., making over ."..Ot'tVUit- ensured in .aintul oceiii-a tii'ttrf. Itiianse. in the same leimt'i ef time, a tremendous force of olunLef!s was needed to cook for the workers, to ate tor their children during the day. to take their places in the factories at week-ends, that the work miht ;u on but the workers have one day of rest. I'ecnuse, the t'niud States -which already has taken a million men out of industrial, piol'esn'onal and civic life, and with siueeii ni; drafts will take millions more will have similar emergencies to nwet, and when they come ne'ds to luave a rec ord of women w.llit.i; to do the work required, either as paid or vohinteet workers. Because, all th:iri!aide aut iu ies need a larce force ef volunteer work ers to help wi;!i t!ie bis; iiiciv;t.-ie in relief, iuvesiiative "nud pnteitie woik arising fiom war conditions. IU-eausi, it ou have any trained at ility, there is a place you i oiUu be used NOW fcr the benefit of your ciiKTiuniiy. It cause, if yon have even half a day or a week to spate, til ere is a bit of work call:!!,; to you "NOW. !ecv.;.-e, our l'o are liIiMn; in I he tienflirs. and we should litht lor Iheiit ut home. Itecausi- this U a (!ov cinnuni frti- siih. ami vvhcihi'r or not Jon arc able to nfter or perform any mtvh c. i'l' ' IIOll.li I N't -1 I'l'd'K VlH'1 (Ulavva lei'.i.-tratioii d.iv , Saturday, Match l'lh Lock for Leva. To be able to sec u lovuhle faits in people Is a wonderful help to happiness. 'o Subscribe for tne Free Trader-Journal, for results. Poultry, Egos, Butler nd Cream WE ARE PAYING TODAY: Hen, for laying, per lb ..20c Springers 20c Young roosters, stoggy ...15c Old roosters 10c Ducks 20c Ceese 18C Turkeys 2Zc One-ha'f Cent Per Pound More if Delivered Butter, cooking 23c Butter, sweet 32c ' Cream, butter fat 46c E89S 30c! Our trucks will start on the country routes as soon as the roads are good. Phone 1065. STEER & OLSEN 03 KdUaD313i fiOINn fia31S3JA -3H1 3piA-pjjoA p sb 2m v ipns si ajaqi 9sn,HD3q paddmbo jouaq pui? pssnoq J2)l3q 'pajftop jauaq 'jaiddKii 'JVj ojj? puq ui sXfjq 'jno jo spuesnoq; 'suoiiipucu jbav aapun Xepox s33Xodui3 rjiiesttoq Xjjij 0; 2joA StiAiS pui' sjaiiueq ptie stjmo; 'saijp pucsnoq; xis-X;uoa; ou sao2 qjim. jo S3Tiui pui?snoq; pajpunq oaij 'uoiniia auo sasn 11 moj -ssouinjsn 3iqnd puo sdoos ui 3uuo.i3 'psaqB auo3 scq -03 qdi?j35px uoiufl UJ9S9 aqi XS8I muis jvsA jaijB jv3 ''-S Try a Free Trader-Journal Wan! Ad en sever..: i vi.,-n the Sir.-t and I i i.'" o: .m-i .v uu niumijiinii imh an iium tjay or a week !o spate, tilere is a i 1 I I ' 1 .... 1 1 - 33 zir! """" i IS II i iLtLviy uJiyi iu 1 u u L ' uj a ijuuuujv vjuuuuu u u u u u U y U Lbu U vUiUli u .omest ereaies oreai inveresfl. tatt.few rMi.pnUpmnte thaw started. Are noi the prizes worth working tor? Think! One does not have to secure money in advance. It is dead easy. Send in your nomination today. Get Busy. FIRST GRAND PRIZE$1183 Client Tourino Car, Fully Equipped ' ' t 7 s -, A ; i rUfc sXiU-A nrh fAfVi1 .'. I l J,' . , i u ' ' 10 "7 . ' '! .' i. ! )'. W . H . A'. . ' ... A.' B, -It. . 'II . lit V,t'i;M..j.i'. ,-.r u Men, Women, Boys and Girls May Enter the Contest 60,000 Votes for Your First Sobscription 6 Mos. Paid in Advance Subscription, City, $ 2.50 .... 25,000 otes 12 Moa. Paid in Advance Subscription, City, 5.00 .... 50,000 Votes 24 Mos. Paid in Advance Subscription, City, 10.00 ....140,000 Vote3 6 Mos. Subscription Order, $ .50 paid, 10s per week .... 12,500 Votes 12 Mos. Subscription Order, 1.00 paid, 10c per week .... 25,000 Votes 24 Mos. Subscription Ordor, 2.00 paid, 10c per week .... 70,000 Votes 6 Mos. Mail Subscription, Paid in Advance, $1.50 .... 25,000 Votes 12 Mos. Mail Subscription, Paid in Advance, 3.00 .... 50,000 Votes 24 Mos. Mail Subscription, Paid in Advance, 6.00 ....140,000 Votes 6 Mos. Mail, $ .50 with Order, Bal. at end of year .... 12,500 Votes 12 Mos. Mail, 1.00 with Order, Bal. at end of year .... 25,000 Votes 24 Mos. Mail, 2.00 with Order, Bal. at end of year ..,.140,000 Votes No Subscriptions for Less Than 6 Mos. or Longer Than 2 Years Taken Zhc Hrtoman' . ; . ' i . e r 4 t vv- ' .'1 - r " v4 ,r c -vv 'i -Vv , v? t M' .rt;.;f..i;-J' l i it - i : . ' . , t ' f .1 y ' 1 9 An Oppoiionity to Realize Your Ambition The big contest affords the opportunity for an entrant to own his or her own touring car for a few weeks effort. If you have been thinking you would like to own a beautiful automobile, here is your chance. If you have a used car, here is a chance to make it earn you a modern touring car. While we have a number of nominations there is still plenty of room for a good, live, energetic worker to enter the contest and win. It h highly important that candidates make every moment count today in as much as each subscription today counts five times as much as later. Subscription may be had for the asking. Call us for particulars today. Open this evening. SECOND GRAND PRIZE fs??rr. vv ..., , ' ' - V Vt- ii i m 'i.iii i i i nwl.ii n. inn : v v 4 .. .j .... n Ji' ..,.;.' " V4' . . 1 , 1 im MADE BY E. P. JOHNSON PIANO CO. On Display at R. L. Jackson's, 824 La Salle Street Value $350 m THE START TOWARD AN AUTOMOBILE MADE BY E. P. JOHNSON PIANO CO. On Display at R. 1. Jackson's, 824 La Salle Strtet Model 150, Colonial Value $250 Nominate a Candidate COUNTS AS 1,000 VOTES I MOM IX ATI A!)))KKSS i'llOXK ; SKiNILI) ADDUMSS Only the First Nomination Blank Cast for Each Candidate Will Count as 1.000 Votes THE GREAT PRIZE CONTEST OF THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL 2S--VOTES--25 CANDIDATE - ADDRESS DISTRICT NO. Thia Coupon When Neatly Clipped Out and Sent to THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL CONTEST DEPARTMENT Will Count aa Twenty-five Votes NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH 16 Time to Enter Today Remember this contest is different than others i promoted in this section. First : The largest num ber of votes are given at the beginning. Second: A candidate does not have to secure prepaid sub scriptions in order to get votes in large numbers. This affords the candidate without a cent the same opportunity of winning as the one who might be inclined to spend money. The only important part is the start today, while there are plenty of subscriptions and they count five times as much as later in the contest. Come in this evening, let's talk it over. Read the FREE TRADER.JOURNAL every day about the Greatest of ALL PRIZE CONTESTS 1 elephone 118 0 1 TAW A, ILLINOIS Open this Evening "-JW 4