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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, HIE.
Met ruin n 1 1 hi v i DELEGATE BEEM TELLS FRATERS OF VISIT TO TERRE HAUTE MEETING REV. STACKMAN LECTURES ON VISIT TO AFRICA. The Rotary club had a very enthusi- j astlc meeting last evening In the grill of the Clifton hotel. About forty Ot tawa members of the club were pres ent. Fred Beem gave a most interest ing report of the annual convention in Terre Haute, Ind., last Friday, of the Eighth district which Is comprised of the thirty-x Rotary clubs of Illinois ii till liullnnl About three hundred from the vari ous clubs in this district were pres tnt In addition to the 131 from the Terre Huute club. The Indianapolis Rotary club came from that city on two special cars bringing the Tenth Regiment hand from Fort Benjamiu Harrison, at In dianapolis. I'pou the arrival of the Indianapolis delegation there was a large street parade headed by the Hoy Scouts of Terre Haute. The Terre Haute Tribune said In speaking of the convention. "Optlsism plus enthusiasm, with a keynote of patriotism is the spirit of the conven tion." In Mr. Beem's words the keynote of the convention was the "(Saltation of service as against "sel fishness." There were throe sessions, a morn ing session, starting at 10 o'clock, tin afternoon session and a social session In the evening. All these sessions were presided over by Governor 1. G. Rennlck of Peoria, who Is well known to Rotorlans in Ottawa. Many exceptional talks were made during these sessions, ,n'nd hi a pa triotic talk, Governor Rennlck scor ed a greatMr when he told the men "It w.as up to the Americans to break the main spring of the watch on the( Rhine." William Herschel was introduced to the convention and in a short talk told how he happened to write his latest song hit, "Long Boy." The Boy Scouts were In evidence all day long, and won many words of praise from the visitors by their courtesy, and their willing ness to be of service at all times. At noon a very excellent luncheon was served, which was conducted along the lines of Rotariaism. and In the- evening the men sat down to a banquet the cheer and good spirit of which they will long remetufrer. The. musical selections furnished through the day by the military band did much to add to the success of the convention. Rev. Stackman Lectures. Following Mr. Beem's talk, a most excellent illustrated lecture was giv en by Rev. Carl Stackman, on- South Africa. Mr. Stackman illustrated his talk with stereoptican views made by himself while spending throe years in South Africa as secretary of the Con gregational Missionary society there. The views were mostly of the na tives and the scenery, and numerous interesting things were learned about the country and the eustomes of the native of that section of the earth. MILLINERY OPENING IN OUR NEW STORE Dwyer Bldg., 812 La Salle Street. .. March 14, 15 and 16. Advance showing of Spring Hats, attractive! in style, price and quality. Come in and see them. MISS TUBERTY. Advertised Letters. The following is a list of the let ters remaining uncalled for in the Ot-k tuwo post office March 13th, l!US: i Allen, Henry L. ' Dlrlck. .Mrs. Jules. j Fayon, Mrs. Ja3. Leonore, Miss Beryl. i Ijiwrenco, Mrs. Minnie i MeCormick. James Muag, Jos. McGulre, L. National Train Tile Co. Scott, Mrs. Florenee Seward. FTank L. Reardon, John Red Crost Card Party. A Heel (Hops card party will be held at the residence of Mrs. Thomas Do harty, In Wallace township, on Mon t'ay night, March 18, 1918. A turkey hut boon donated by Mrs. Doherty, Ev erybody Is cordially Invited. RAGS WANTED .We will pay 5 cents per pound for rbvin riiss at thin r.illce. Don't Forget to Attend The dance given by Division No. 7, A. 0. H. Friday evening, March 15. at tlie Armory. Hentrlch'8 orchestra. Notice. snuerkrauf 'Home-made ribs tomorrow ii ml spare Wendol'n Bakery. trnscnmK now for thf. frrk TRADlEfWOtmNAL. A 1 City and Vicinity News Itpn nnd Florence Itrady. of Karl Iville, visited their mint. Mrs. M. J. Hanagan, on Cornell street, yester day. Mrs. Edgar K. Gelder and son Roh vrt of Peoria are visiting at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. George Woolhert on East Main street Miss Florence MeConncll of Cham- paten will arrive in Ottawa this even-1 ins to begin the campaign here for a Comity Woman Farm Advisor. William Knolle returned home ves-1 tmlay aftPr a wvcrii weeks' business 1 tril to Easterville, la. i Jimmy Harden. former Chicago White Sox trainer. Hent last night; wlth Ottawa friends. G. W. Chessman has gone to Chi-1 eago to attend the BHly Sunday reviv- al meetings there. Attorney Ned Griggs of Srreutor wm nr Ottawa business visitor today. C. K. Smith has gone to Champaign for a visit with relatives and will go from there to a naval recruiting sta tion to enlist. Roy Rogan. former manager or thaU h.l(, , ,,, (,own below anJ Onyoty theater, now manager of the o vortf .,,. la . Thielen theater, in .loliet, spent last night with Ottawa friends. j Mills Mable Connolly of Superior! street went to Chicago today for a several days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Farrell and Ilarley V. Pott it will go t Seneca tonight, where Mr. Farrell and Mr. Pettit will speak at a meeting of the Red Cross. Walter Mors went to Chicago today Iton a misiness trip. TELEPHONE POLES FIRED BY TRAIN The 11 o'clock C. B. & Q. train set fire to several telephone poles at Wed ron yesterday morning, and caused reat excitement among the residents of that place. Tho poles had been soaked in tar. and the sparks from the passing train caused tho tar to become ignited. The tar burned off without the wood catching fire and causing no damage. FARMING ASSN. MEETS THURSDAY! The annual meeting of the a. Salle County Better Fanning Association will be hel dtoniorrow in tho court house. There will be two sessions, a morning and afternoon. j In tho morning the annual business session will be held, and Frank 1. ! Mann, of Oilman, 111., one of the best known farming authorities' In Illinois, will deliver un address on 'The Feed Corn Supply in Illinois." At the afternoon session Mr. Mann will give a talk on "Farm Labor," and the reports of the officers and the advisory committee will be given. The meetings are open to the public. ADVOCATES WORKLESS DAYS IN SUMMER TIME n w ww i mh i iiiita TO HELP HAnVtSrEnS Washington. Mar. 13. ' State-wide workless days," during the harvest Benson wrr advocated this ai'ternoon as Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Ousley. 1 Appearing before the Senate com mittee, ousley shited it would bounce eessary to close down non essential in ditstrb's for a period of fifteen days i during the harvest season In order : that workers might, be sent to the farm. i "No act of legislation can send men ib'ick to the rarms," ho declared. "I ! believe the business men will have to ! close bis place for days and even weeks and go Into the iiehls and help I harvest the crops." On being questioned Secretary Ous ley said he thought llfteen days not ! necessarally consecutive would be sut ; llciently long shut-down to relieve tiie labor shortage. . CHICAGO MARKETS Chicago market report furnished to ' the Free Trader-Journal by W. L. ! F.tnyie, member of Chicago Board of 'Trade, Moloney building, phone 1011. ! Correspondent l.amson Bros, ft Co., ; Chicago. Corn May Open. High. Low. 1.27 1.27V L27 1.271 '.March Oats May .... SS HO Vb 88- M Mar 8 Hi, 91 H4 9t- Local Markets. Springs, per lb,, 2nvp. Stapgs, per lh., I.'iVjC. Old roosters, per lb., pvcci, Ducks, per lb., 2flVic. Geese, per lb IS lie. Turkeys, per lb., 22' i. P. S. butter, per lb., 28, Butter, fresh country, per lb., "2. ICggs, strictly fresh, per do,., 28. Cream, per lb,, UV. Don't Forget to Attend The dance given by Division No A. 0. H. Friday evening, March 15, t'lj8;15.x tne Armory. nnuirivu n iric.ui.-ri in. Immense Wealth From Iron Ores. ) The fnutulutlon of the wealth of the in - - ! 1.1.M.U.VU11 provinces or rspniti lies in the large deposits c ilkdi.tfrnd iron ores for which the section Is fmnou. These tleposl is have been lt.miet.s,..v iron t aide, with the result tlmr Bllbno. ll i . J which i the center of he Industry. Ii is!e In L'urc e ",,,,mi,w or " : ' .1 r!' f -f v m , I ROAD ADVOCATES ASK BOARD TO AIDjf IContlouea from Paen 1.) , ! ; state aid, road and county attorney. , : The report of Coroner Donahue was i jread. There mere thirty-three Jn-I 'quests hold during the quarter and a bill for $263 was approved in favor of Coroner Donahue, V. H. Sprlnghorn who secured the county meat contract when meat prices were, low, represented to the board that from Fob. 23, 1917 up to the present time was $1611.86. This amount represents actual loss in thej prices of meats and nothing Is inelud-j jed for labor connected with the sup-j Divine of meats. The petition was referred. ... A communication from Supervisor F K Richey who has neon confined to his bed with illness since Christ- maa provoked considerable mirth. Rchlp ha(, a bad (lream during pis -teiii-inm ami went to henvnn wher delirium and went to heaven where ho was escorted around toy St. Peter. Ho learned from St. Peter that all the member of the board of supervisors had died and had gone to the other place. It was with considerable ef fort he secured their release or a commutation of their sentences. Tliev control. j County Attorney Roberts reported! that he had communicated with the! attorney general relative to what con-! stitutes a day's work ly highway! I commissioners under the road and bridge act of 1913 and amended. The compensation Is placed at JLOO ner day and no number of hours are spe cllicd for a day's work. Dr. A. J. Roberts addressed the board on behalf or children suffering with paralysis. He suggested that an appropriation of25 per month be made until the scourge could bo abat- ed. Dr. Roberts also spoke relative! to the food situation In his capacity of county food administrator. The present shortage in sugar is 20 per j cent. The flour situation, he said, j was the most alarming and only by the most stringent economy and In creased production can the situation be remedied. 4V4VVV4WVV'4V4'4WI i wn. "5 ; Leo MCullongh has moved on a farm i near EarlVille. He will assist Christ I Kblei'S till the, soil tho eM.ln.r a,.!U m. u,, i.uu.v . James Gallagher, of Clarion, moved on tho Res farm east of town ahd will farm tho same. L. A. Ilex moved to F.arjville, where he will take a years' rest or till his henliti l lm. orovrd. Ho evnerts to m io vi.!S"nsts departed a pital in Chicago for treatment this week. .Mrs. LefHeuau, of Sublette, is the, guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dan War-1 renfelt, and family Harry Howard was an Aurora visi- :or Tuesday t L. A. Rex or KarlvLlle, was thepllss Itebecca Uoreiil. piano; Miss guest of his parents Wednesday 'and j Chamberlin, voice; and Miss .Cather i i.i... i Mr. and Mrs. John Swisher, of Men I dota. spent Wednesday at the L. B. I Rx home, j ,!'n l.tirabee shipped one car and I (o. Ottcrliach two, of stock. iof the Hiy Wednesday night. Guy Booth, of Aurora, visited his family over Sunday. I Air. Wolfe, moved on the John Eck- crt farm Friday and will help Dan I Warren felt till the soil the coming J year. , L'veivtt Holliston moved on a farm j near Sublette. i Mrs. Mary Vlekery visited her daughter, Mrs. Kd. Harris, and family, at Downers Grove, over Sunday. .Mrs. Will Snyder, of Iowa, arrived Wednesday with the remains of Mr. Snyder, to be laid to rest in the F.arl ville cemetery. He was a. victim of pneumonia. The Wnyders were once Meriden Citizens, living, on the farm now owned by H. T. Baumgatdner. The family have the deepest sympathy I of all In this, lliclr sad 'bereavement. Mrs. W. P. Flat in was an Aurora ' visitor Friday. r Little .l'-rt Knapp is sick with a cold and croup. , Grandpa Rife returned Thursday af ter a two weeks' visit with his son, i William, und wife, in Chicago, i Arthur Francis, of Aurora, was vis- I it lng with Meriden friends Wednes Cln.se. day. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hex were Men dot a visitors Thursday. Mesdames Geo. llotchkiss, Jr., and Arthur Sutton spent Thursday at the L. O. Bex homo In liurlvllle, t : Try the Free Trader .tonrnui want-Ada TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. (Main want add section page Ave.) ; WANTICD Clothing salesman; only J experienced need apply, Permanent position and good salary. Give refer , ences. Ike Livingston Sons, Bloom ! ington, HI. FOB SALE One three-burner gas1 plate with zinc covered shelf, ln - ''quire 21S K. Marquette street, PhoneUbi Happy and Light (from the Bo- . . , KOIt SALI0--Who wants to buy a real machine? I am forced to sell my overland, Model ,;, live passenger, , electric, starter, demountable rims, (and with many extras, lu llrst. class condition. Benson for selling: My I health is faillnir and must lenvi. Ot. ' i tawu. Cash sale. John llenlch. 1Kb Cl.estnt.t stm-t, Ottawa, 111. ' SubRrrlhe lor the Free Trador Journal. . i ?! SOCIETY NOTES The Musical Iiisiorj Club will hold a meeting on Thursday evening, Mar. Hth, in the studio of Miss Ida Cham berlin in tho ("olwell block. A very interesting musical program and study has been planned for this nutt ing. All members ar requested to attend. The Woman's Relief Corps will hav an all-day knitting party tomorrow ati the home of Mrs. Mary Brown. 410 Stare street. The day will be spent in ' knitting und sewing for the Red Cross. I A picnic luncheon will be served ati noon. An the ladies of the organiza tion are urged to attend this meeting.) . The meeting of the Baptist Mission-j ary Society, which was to have been held this week, has been postponed until Thursday. March 21st. The meetins Mrs. 1. stret. will be held at the home oft W. Brewer Jr., .".10 Pearl' I Invitations have been issued fort a St. Patrick's dancing party to be given by the original "Billy Club" ati Streator. on Monday evening. March lStli.' at Armory hall, in Streator. A I number of young people from Ottawa i are planning to go to Streator to at ! tend this dance. ' v I The members of the First Meth-i odist church choir held a meeting ' and supper last evening In the par- lors of the church. About 2d of the .ne.niJie.rs of the choir" attended this; meeting. At t;:!'.i o'clock a supper consisting of the following menu was ; -served: Salmon loaf with creamed .iea sauce, cscalloped potatoes, bread and butter sandwiches; pickles, cab-'. ' "u uu ,r,r TU,7VW.'S - .an. ca. e anu .once. eve.. - " was n,nt ' w'"- A very pleasant hard time party and dance was given last evening j by the! members of the Rebecca lodge j at Odd Fellows' hall, following the 1 regular meeting. The losing sido in j the membership contest recently con-i ducted by the members of this or ! sanitation entertained the winning; ' j side. About. UV. people attended. and';;;;4'i! som very clever hajd times costumes , 4 were worn. The evening was tpen.t J CRAND RIDGE AND VICINITY j !n dancinc: and refreshments were! tj r.erved l)vthe arrangement commit tee. m 1 A C Mrs. George Hartshorn entertained the members of the West Sldo Btblo i class last night at her home on Ottawa . nvenne. at a cafeteria sunner. Aiwut forty guwts were rpesent-.ana spen: ; wis. .. n. i uuiiumum.- .t.v. a moat enjoyable evening. After tho : Watseka last week by the critical ill sunner was finished a most excellent ' ness of her brother, Mr. llallet Center. l LMAnrum fY rou.limrC TtiDrlcilll . Srnteh ! and French songs was given. The a late hour after 'l,nvlHir spPnt '"K- a most enjoyaoie even- A concert will be given at Pleasant Vlen' l-utuer t oiiege tomorrow uium M Thursday) at 8 o'clock, by pupils of Mr. W. C. Paisley, piano and organ; ine Lincoln, vioim. ine concert is open to the public and ail are cordial Iv Invited to attend. The program fol lows: America P. V. L. C. orchestra and audience (Miss Katherine Lincoln, Con.). Water Lilies Gavotte Karl Linders Misses Evelyn Langmaii, Clarissa Johnson, Gladys Gilbertsou, Violet Stephens, lnna Peterson, Bertha Zimmerman. Mrs. W. ('. Paisley, organ. A Little Home with You Foster Mr. Seliner Olson Valscito Bloch Miss Bertha Sundal Serenata Moszkuwski Misses Ksther Vinger and Delia Peterson The Merry Sailor Lad .... Woodbury Messrs. Tangjerd, Plerson,, Melvin anil 'Martin Munson Evening Star (from Thanhauser! ... Wagner-Liszt Miss Alice Plerson OlTertoiro Kben Bailey Miss Marie Miller Boy Scouts March ... Grant-Sehaet'er Messrs. Paul Schmidt Joseph Thomp son, Herman Arenson, Jameson. Mr. , Robert Marion Mortvedt, cornet. Ballade ; Skdlv Miss Bertha Sundal and Miss Kdna Thorseti, Messrs. Martin Munson and Olaf Sundal. ' Svnmlioninne in II tint Sehum.mn Miss Grace Edwards Chip of the Old Btock Squire Mr. Olaf Sundal Mlnuetto (from Op. 7) ...... K, Grieg Misses Belle Stangland' and luga , Nelson OtTrrtoiie In B flat 10. M. Heart Miss Emma Brummel I Love the Lord West Messrs. Melvin and Martin 'Munson Lo Ma rd i Gras aux ensers ', Camllle Schubert Misses Clarissa Johnson. Itort h ilia I'lsrud, Grace lift' Ksther Jensen. i(ti) Folk. Songs hetnlan Girl) urranged by Rimbaiill. P. V. L. C. Chorus Selection P. V. L. C. Orchestra , Mrs. O. W, niessmun entertninl the memcl.rs ot her knl'tinor club last ; evening nt ber home on Columbus St. -r..., tlWttll rift! lit ttfAr, 1 limit titir in' m ut i;iiiiv i turn iih.'t t 1 1 1 n. :Tbe evening was spent Infomnillv. the tnenbers knitting for tho soldiers and a dainty luncheon wit; served by the 'hostess. J ' BLACK WATCH, NOTED SCOTCHMEN, STRIKE TERROR TO GERMANS (Continued from page 1 ) of the Black Watch to a barn door. Some of his comrades found him alive. He told his story, and died. The regimem made a vow to avenge his death and I guess the Black Watch is responsible for more dead Germans than any other regiment in the British army. Col. Storey, my former command ing ofiieer. was in the battle at Ixios. He noticed a German doctor tend ing to some wounded British sol diers on the battlefield, and didn't disturb him. Coming back he found all the wounded dead or dying. The doctor had cut their Jugular veins and then was walking, away. A bul let in the leg stopped him und about six Tommies finished him with their bayonets. ' But the Germans, are not all bad. ' n. When I was eom- lng out of the battle of Mcnin Road last fall and was waiting for an am bulance to tako me dow n to the Main Dressing Stat lor, I got to talking to a wounded lad lying on a stretch er beside the ioad. He was rather severely wounded in the back. "I guci it's Blighty (England) tor you," I said. "Yes, and the fellow that brought mo in and dressed me with his own field dressing ought to pet the Victoria Cross, and he was a Boche. too. Blimey, I hope I see him after the war." And a Tommy in our regiment re.-cued a wounded German officer 1 and dressed his wound. The officer i look off his iron cross and handed it to the Tommy and in excellent Eng lish said, "Yon are more deserving of it than I am. Voila." I'm a; the trenches again and ex t rec- to be here seven days and then , iQ paris j Thpn m.M Um0 you Hear from nio'i shnH prr.iiahly be there. , I received tho socks and sweater, hut. as !, none of the cigarettes. Things are coming through nil right now mid expect to receive lliem soon. l,oyo to i.l!. Itoswell. Cecil Yoeum was a recent guest of i Jolict relatives. Mrs. John Lehr of South Blooming- j ton, Is spending this week with her son, Lewis, and family in Ransom. B. J. Oardtier and sister. Mrs. UaK- er, have been entertaining out-of-town friends for several days. David B. Hiester has returned to his home at Woodstock, Minn., having been called there by tii illness und death of his mother. Mrs. Hiostcr of Sylvan avenue. Mrs. John Shote was hostess to members of the G. W. S. club on Thursday. The usual routine of busi-j ness was carried out after which' needle work and knitting was taken1 up und a social hour enjoyed, at noon . the hostess served a fine luncheon. The next meeting wilUbc on Thurs-, day, March 20, at the home of Mrs. I Walter McCullough. F. Iv. Hook has returned from Chi-' cago where he spent several days, re-: ceni.ly. I The W. C. T. V, meets' this week on Wednesday, March 13, at 2:.'i0 o'clock! at the home of Airs. B. E. Poundstonei on Burlington avenue. Mrs. Frank Duttlinger called on friends in this vicinity Friday after-: i jnoon. The many friends of W. P. Rlnker will be sorry to learn that his condi tion has not been so well for the past, few days. Little Mrs. Kathrine Lehr hid the misfortune, while roller skating, lo fall and sprain one of her wrists, ne cessitating the use of a cast. How ever the injured member is doing nicely and the Hi tie lady will soon be able to use it again. Harry Black was an Oitnwa caller, on Saturday. Miss Bertha Rogers spent Friday at the home of Miss Geraldine Redman. southwest of the village. Clara Hibbs spout a few days i'he past week at the C ! home, east of town. Mr M. Shields Shields is a sister of Miss Ilibhs. j Little Rufli Kinker is imn ,l,,a('k measles. I Mrs. Harriet Patterson, recovering Mrs. and Wm. Mrs. Lock and daughter Lctha Jake Lucky and daughter, Helen, were dinner guests Sunday at the V. Itulan home on Rant Alain street. Tho box social held at the. Metho dist church, under the auspices of the Epworth League of the church, was very well attended ami it good time enjoyed ny tut. Hie young people re- I""1'1' sn ''"' tl"1Ir '"rtf at this tlnlc. I Oeorge Hess is very III of pneumonia ! f, l'uu. cif 1i(h slslor. Alt st. Victor Walters, last of the village, with a professional nurse In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foyle and chil-i dren, Evelyn and Glen are visiting, Fairlinry relatives nt this writing. j Miss Angle Laugley was a dinner guest on Sunday with village friends. Miss Dorothy Yocuni 'Is spending this week -with her grandparents,, Mr. ami Mrs, M. C. Hodgson, northwest of toivn. ' Dr. Ryan and Dr. N'ewland were' both present and assisted with (he. services at the Methodist church Sun-, day evening, ' Mr. C. M, Shields who has been sintering an attack of rheumatism for! several weeks is reported as Improv- ling at ibis time. is good becnine of the fact that they 1 The funeral of Mr,. Mclst-r. wW'"'0 nnt? '"V f timenlty borrow. 1 passed away at her home in this vill-!"'8 '- V.V ' age Friday morning took place S'in- ., ,. ,.. - day .ifteriioon from the 1'resbytf i'mu ' chunh where series wre conduct (Jf JO fIGHT I ! by the Rev. F.dwua White, pastor j of the church. Mrs. Heister came to! percentaze o army rejectloas . I'iirm limine on li st. n, iv.s uom II r ! home in. New York, upon the day of j j her arrival she wa-? united in marriage ; ; to the Bi v. .1 ihn P. Heister, who de- i parted this life Jan. 4, l!Urt. Mrs. j Heister was a continuous resident of Farm Ridge ntitil about one year ago 'when she came to the village to re t side. She is survived by three suns jam! two daughters, as follows: Albert E., of Lewisville, Texas; David B., of Wo;ilstoek, Minn.; B. I.'.. Heister. Farm Ifidge; and Mrs. I.ucey Chim of Farm Ridge and Miss Grace, at home; also oiif sister. Mrs. Nancy Meviiie, who re.-.ides at the Heister home. The family are tendered the sympathy of their friends and neighbors in this hour of sorrow. J. II. Andrews was a recent business caller in the village, i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sulton and lit tle son. spent Sunday at the Gebhardt p home in South Oitnwa township. ! Mrs. Harry and little son of Ottawa spent Tuesday at the Ivan Rowe home. Mrs. Sarah Turner is visiting her son. Charles, and family of Ottawa. Ilhis week. ; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oleson of Fail : River spent the first of the week with j relatives west of town, j Mrs. Wtllard Van Bureti is enter j tabling relatives from Aurora at this , writing. ! Optimistic Thought ) The best reformers commence on i themselves. Trv tho Free Trader journal Want-Ads ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY SONG RECITAL MAY PETERSON 9 LYRIC SOPRANO The GoldenGirl of the Metropolian HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Tuesday Evening, April 2d, 8:10 RESERVED SEATS $1.50 $2.00 War Tax Included MAIL ORDERS NOW Mail orders will be filled upon receipt of re mittance, When accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped n velope, tickets will be promptly mailed; otherwise the same will b held subject to the call of the purchase in or after March 26th. Kindly state main floor or balcony preference. NO TELEPHONE ORDERS RECEIVED. GLENN SHULER, Manager. Willianm S. Hapil. in "Between Men" ADMISSION THURSDAY The Italian Battlefron! A PICTURE THAT APPEALS TO THE BEST PEOPLE AND TO THE BEST IN ALL PEOPLE OUR ALLIES' WARFARE IN THE CLOUDS, ON THE TOP OF THE SNOW-CAPPED ALPS, IN THE WATERS OF THE ADRIATIC A GREAT HUMAN DOCUMENT FILLED WITH WONDER, BEAUTY. THRILL AND DRAMATIC ACTION, PICTURING THE MOST HEROIC INSPIRING. AUDACIOUS DEEDS EVER PERFORMED IN THE ANNALS OF THE WORLD. MATINEE: CHILDREN 5c; ADULTS 25c NIGHT: ALL SEATS 25c Buying Wall Paper? If so we would be pleased to have you see our stock before you decide. Remember our stock of WALL PAPER is the largest ever dis played in any store in La Salle County, which affords you a large va riety of patterns and color combinations to select from. PAINTS? YES! We also carry a large stock of Paints, Oils, White Lads and Muiesco in all colors. We make a specialty of small sizes for household cse. WHEELER. SUCCESSORS PHONE 101 The Home of The I p -j ;o Borrow S.mio luen tW sure iimt their rr.V physical reasons Is high. The jierci ntace of men rejected bv the uain!i:ii army ir piiyirai reasons rug" truei .'it t. To ;w-r i-ciii.. :ini is hitiher than bat t! inn nt tier ciitiiilrv. I'.'-I'.ire an iiiniam-e mmiiativ w ill take r.-K on iir iiie lie i au.ini.u i hvf.i i.io .1. t -t the untie and refjirt w bethur ...ii are a I risk. Ulwn vur kidneys i' l .-luyuil: auit d;'. ; suit, t Uu"! 'tticiracne. siei.-hMdaelre. rd?.r sp M the tw iiu'is a ud Tains of lumtiaso, rhfeU n.ni-m and '."mt. I'be urine is otten dmeiy. t .'i of sediment : clia ntiel often jet -..re aiii -Uft is tiistitrixvl two or tiiree time- u ii'ghi. Tliis is the time you -lioii'il ciiiisint -etue physician of wide Aperieiict" -nob as tic SH-i alit r. ru-ri'f - Ituai il- Hotel ana Nurgica Institute, liutlalo, N. Y. Siid I cent or Kitniiie iiui-k.iL'e of the new tii(joverr. Anurie (double -treugthi. tVrit your -vtimioms and -end a sumple of urin for t'-t. Enrteti.-e proves iliai "Amine"! i- a most uotent agent in dinlvina urid teid. as hoi water melts iiigar ; tie-idi-J tieimr an-oluie v harm in'S U is muowrA v, ith other projM r:ie-, fur it prc-wrves th( I.iatievs in a tn-.iitnv eoiuution iy inor ougltlv clean-iier tle'in beinff tnimy times mur" active than htlilti A-U tint urnirnisi' tor " Anurie " put up! I,y . ir. Pierce, in sixty -eetil piKKagc. CitK Ar.o. In.. " Just a few lines lit regard to Doctor Pierce's Anurie TablmJ whit'li 1 took fo: kidnev troubln, i am glad to reeom mend them li everythwly. 1 know thaj they aro uooi: or I would nol recoin memi inenv After taking few bottles 1 maw lha the swelling wa going down so continued the! use. 1 have .qui takins them uov am am curefiH ; petting alons fine and dandy. RGEC ' JONiA w:s umn " y Al"uo- Tickets will be placed on sail TUESDAY, MARCH 26, At Lutx't Drug Stc-M Sc AND 15c ONE DAY ONLY (& MALO TO W. J. GRAHAM 709 LA SALLE ST. Sherwin - Williams Paints