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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919.
PACE THREE Ottawa mmn tr adjek-jouknal. GAMBLING AND THE SALOON GET WALLOP AT BAPTIST MEETING SPEAKERS AT BROTHERHOOD AL LEGE PRESENCE OF MUCH GAM . ING IN OTTAWA DRAMSHOPS NOT MISSED BY SPEAKERS. , Thoro whs oxcili'inciit bordering '' panic for novenil iniiuiU's at tlio Ibii ti.si Church hint nlnlit. The ci ;mrc patlon hail liiilKhert Hin-,iiiK a hymn and W. H. Foster was making an nouiueiiieiitti when suddenly ill -n waa a loud, rxplosivo noise. A '!U D onj of llio ntir radiators w;i.s blown oIT and a Kreat cloud of nt'-ati pm-iuxm! Into tho church. SumiMni yelleil, '"Don't be aiann.d; that i only a littlo .surplus steam of the Bap tist ISrothcrhiHid .blowing off!" Tin 'l'ople lauKhinply msiimed their satt and the nieetiliK went on. Tile largest crowd ci was in attiiulaiH-o and I he;, hoard four clean-cut talhs. The speal. ra were C. 11. Harlan, ('. W. llawl(v A. K. Schrdllicr and K. K. Mull. l''r l'richard and l.'dinund Coy taut; ' duel Mr. Harian said chniino the story of putting the father tho bov. I sinn th In' ;is jrolllK t' thi' iirndiK'nl si n in tin" phue i' laiiu'iiiipt' of tin IHblo parable by iidapta'ioii. ho pic tured tho father jroitii; away from tin son and giving all his tinu to hu -i tless, to Ihe neleet of the hoy. am ono day he came to limisi'U' and h would Ko to his boy and be a re a chum to him, but the boy told him i was too iate; he wailed too lotiv Too many fathers do not stay closi enough to ihe boy. TaUe a sl neare: to him. Ills ideal of life is bis lather I hclivV'c. the nit-n of tho Baptis' itroiherhiHid want to ti t in clos touch Willi Ihe boy. I believe we wan. to irlv the ltoys the -oiur.iii'shii they ms'd. A man can lead a hoy ir the rik'ht paths if lie really brother him. Tho speaker related insL.tn-,-from his own life as a boy. how the words of men spoken in cncoiiraire went helped him to ro the right way Mr. Hawlcy, In his interost-.LTlppiir talk, vonvliH-ed the amlietice that hi has been a real chum to O'lawa lads Ho told how he even went into sa loons to tind a lad for a broker hearted mother and led bim home Ho was very pronounced in his vie-? on tho werekinK nature of the lecal lztxl saloon. He told bow in 111" in and dry tight in Obaua he li-tab i tflx children in a home while the Hap tist preacher look the rno:her to tin polls in his auto. Ho told how en man, himself salvaged from the drill I pit and six months in an insum asylum as a re-sult of drink, put : whole county dry. Mr. llawley not mineo words. Tlioy came oir biting hot. He said our returning sol dier lads, so well guarded from I hi saloon in the army, should eome homt. ,to a cleun town, and tliis Iini-1 herhoei! can hc!i niiirhily to clean up ()uaa Mr. Schreiber had a well though out and a convincingly delivered talk It Is not enough to do away with evil. in . the city life. We must rcplaia .them with something good. Th. Christian Y. M. ('. A . mentioned le n every night, is that something-. Wi .should shout from Ihe house tops I'ot Hhe Y. M. C. A. and lot tho four wind of; heaven carry the shout all ovci Ottawa. . Sircator Isn't any better than Ottawa. I have it on good an thorlty that. O'lawa has more cash "Why should Streator have the "V" and not Otlawa? The advantages ol the "Y" we all know. It is tho place for a young man to get snarled one right. You tend a young plant care fully so it gets a right start, hut boys aro permit tt-d to run k.ose about town. If the boy has a chance t choose between the gambling po-il hull and a clean Y. M. C. A. pool hall ho will choose the clean place. Ho has not but. ono choice in Ottawa. '.Mr. Schreiber said he witnessed in a "Brotherhood meeting the other night, what he never s-aw in a church ht'foro. It was a commendable thing; men applauded th" name of Jos us Christ. He said that Jesus Christ was the biKKcst brother to the boy. Mr. MuLl proved himself an adept in pointed, humorous lilts' ration, lie Jhad the big congregation laughing again and again. He said the kind of a man God Almighly don't, wan', to usa to he. a big brother to tho hoy is the kind that goes reeling, intoxi cated, down the street. Rather one who leads an honest, upright life. I did not know Ottawa had so many gambling places as has been said here tonight, but I do knew if we follow Jesus Christ this Brotherhood can sot an example and function to make the city clean. SHIPS WITH 9.000 ON WAY HOME Washington, Jan. l'. Carrying mora than 9,UO0 officers and men of the expeditionary forces, three more transtorts have sailed from Frame and aro expected in this country next week. General March, chief of staff, announced today. Notice. We will need U or HO men tomor row to cut ice. - OTTAWA ICE AND FUEL CO. City and Vicinity Newi Mrs. Ed Strasshurg of West Iifay ctte street, underwent an operation at Kyburn .Memorial hospital this morn ing. .Mr. and Mrs. I'n.iik Slnnott, 11 2.1 Paul street, went 1o Chicago yester day to spend a few days' vi.-otiug fi ielid.-t. Mr. anil Mis. Frank II. Armstrong. announco the arrival of a daughter at i heir home. H'S.lx South I 'ark avenue, Chicago. Mr. Armstrong formerly re sided in (l ;a.a, but moved to Chi eigo a lew years ago, where he is con nect ed with the National Ci;y Com pany of New York. Dr. J. V. IVt'it of the Ottawa Tent Colony went to Chicago today on a business visit. Jack Joy of Kast .Superior street visited triends In Seneca hist eveiiin-. Mrs. Anna Jankowski of I.a Salle i visiting at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs Mat Kurschoid on Ottawa avenue. Miss Bertha Keil'el of West Main street visited friends in Seneca last evening, Mrs. lOvu Ilackelt. district manager of tho Mystic Workers of the Wnilil who was in Ottawa last evening In assist with the installation, will go io I'tica Ibis evening to install ollicci's in tho Clica Mystic Workers lodge. Mrs. Kliabelh Beguiu is a 'patient at Kybtini Memorial Hospital, suffer ing from a complication of disease.: John I.ohr of Raleigh, N. ('., is vis Iting at the home of his brother, Wil liam I.ohr, on liridgi- street. A. IS. Cole, former agent of the Chi cago, Burlington and tjuincy in llii, city, who is now stationed in Streator, is visiting Ottawa friends today. M. J. Flanagan has returned home yfter attending tho funeral of his brother, John Flanagan in Denver. Colo. Miss Sarah Tubberly of Ottawa avenue has gone to l'ooria to attend the funeral of Miss Jennie Qiiimi. Mrs. Oeorce II. Woolbert left toda for I'eoria, where she wil. spend tin coming two weeks with her mother Mrs. IV M. Seiberiiltg. (leorge Mitndie. a prominent Men dota resident, spent, the morning will friend and relatives in Otlawa. Mrs. AI Buchner of Grand liidii spent the afternoon with rela'ives ii this city. Altorneys Waller I'anncck and B W. Ilethriugton of I.a i.-sille wer visitors in Otlawa today. Mayor John Massieon of Bern wa in the city today on legal business. TOO MUCH WASTED ENERGY Writer Has Right Idea in Potntinc Out Folly of the Present-Day Hustle and Bustle. The world is always in ti hubbub: people ru-hing here and there in what appears to be u futile fashion Why do we not conserve our energies stive our time and strength for big- things? What bustle ti moil lit down and rest because we con does the hustle find to, when we do sit inid think? Nothing! d have done what we did without that tense nervousness which mi many of us think we mti-i assume, lo make others think we have important business on hand. If we only knew how much more force, strength iind ability lies behind a calm exterior our nini would be to assume that pose until It became our rightful inheritance. "out of silence comes thy strength.' It brings wonderful results, results that show us how our power Is in creasing. Try to be calm for a few days and watch the issue. You will marvel at your strength, be astonished at your success. Be silent, patiently listen, nnd wait for the strength that is bestowed on nil. It Is like the ruby in value, n priceless treasure a life force, in other words, wbieh makes geniuses of men nnd women. Begin tomorrow. Co slow but sure, knowing you arc doing the right thing. But aside nil nervousness and hurry. You will be amazed at the results; people will come to you because that force being magnetic will draw all good things in your direction. Some may say, "I cannot do this. There is too much to be done in a short time." We need not go to the other extreme and become snails; but by striking the "happy medium," our success will come, perhaps slowly nt first, but surely, nevertheless. Kxchange. Star Time Most Reliable. The otlicial "time man" tit the naval observatory at Washington, lying on his back with his eye to a telescope nnd his linger on a recording button, cheeks up "obi Sol" by a certain fixed star for the sun is not unite punctual. In fact. Sol is about four minutes be hind time except on just four occasions during the year; and so many allow ances have to be made for his vagaries that an imaginary sun is used by the government astronomer, on which to base his hnroscopicnl calculations. Ir may be interposed that the earth's elliptic orbit and its varying rate of speed in its travels, says the Watchman of America, helps to give the sun, as a timekeeper, a bad rec ord, but the fact remains that sidereal, or star time, is much more reliable than sun time. CHICAGO MARKETS Corn Jan 1.42 1.4.1 Villi 1.44 Feb 1.31 1.40 U 1.34 1.3.S7i Oata Jan 67 U 69 67 U Feb 03 7i?$ 6S 7t' QTRFATHR PAPFP PIITQ o NEW SENATOR fN LINE WITH "DRYS" Says thu Streator Iiideiiendetu Times: j Siiringfield slale, moved a step toward ratification of the federal prohibition amendment last nigh' when tho state senate, by a vote of lit to 11, approved, the nationwide 'dry' r'solution at tin lirst day's session of the lilty-lirst genera! assembly. I "The house failed to vote on the t()(l.,y j es Flossie O'Neil, Mincttt. Hartshorn,' "There wa wnsiderablo eminent j ,SrH,' Karl'y' ' l ir'1 -Mei kenstock, around town today over tho fact that!iI""1' Mun, Hyla Johnson. Mabel; Mayor Kssington had voted Willi the: 1','r Hisb r, Ruth Keim, Ann i j drys' on the resolution. While many 'arlson, and Stanley O'Swan, SUmley rea!ied that the mayor was iicrson-! ally in sympathy wilh the 'drys,' id was thought that ho would bo in- llueiued by consideratiuii of S treat-j .Meckonstoek. and i-'ned'-n Anderson, or's industrial interests to vote with Miss Hood and Raymond Fraukeii the 'wets.' Among tin- workers at tin.- haustr acted as chapirons. American Holtlo (amipaiiy, which plant already has suflered consider ably by tho spread of prohibition in tho country, and m;iy be sll.l furihoi affected in the next lew mouths, then was a disposition generally lo criii ciso the mayor as having vote digtiinst tho interests of Ihe city. "It has been generally conceded that the state senate would approva the 'dry' resolution, and it is not ai all likely that i.-'enator Kssington de sired lo bi in the minority when tb vote was counted, especially in view of the fact that there is a possibility that tho prohibition matter may In disposed of nationally long before tin people again meet at. an election. "It is a fair.y sate g,uess that ul three of the ineml'aers of the have, house of the legislature who are thuri as representatives of La Salle Count - Browne, Seanliin and Sodcrstrom will vote 'no' when the dry ri-solutii i comes before tho assembly. "Adjoin nenieiit. in the lower hoiis. until today followed an attempt o Representative l.ee O'N-dl Brown" i Ottawa to haw 'ho house idjo'irn P Tuesday. Hi., motion was laid on tin table, T:S to 07. "A hurry -u; call was issued las night to sin oral 'dry' house member whose, votes are said lo in- ncces.-ar. if thii prohibition nieas-ire is to pa the lower house. Dry' leaders yes e. day claimed eighty-one voles. Seven ty seven are mi'iired to ratify." MISS QUIRK LOSES IN FIGHT TO LIVE; BURIAL IN PEORIA Miss Jennie Quirk, sister -f the la Father Michael , I'. Quirk, died la evening at 11 o'clock ;.! the home i her sister. Mrs. -p. .) im.ine. in I'eori: after a short iliuess of ilia '.el is, ,) '"tin; had been, in fai'.iiin health sine ;he d'-aili of her i rot her, one year a" last October, but had not been con lined to In r bed until the las! le weeks. The dei'cdent came to Ottawa :0 r. side more than twinty live years an and remained bete mild la.-i Xoven her, when she moved to I'eoria. I ; ing her long r sideiiee here s!c- coy, maiide,! the ros.peot and admiration i all who knew her, and if was wit.! treat regret her many friends her saw her leave for I'eoria. She kep house foj' lu-r brother and ilevotei her life to his com fur; ninl to ih work of St. 1'atvick's parish. Miss Quirk was born in Auburn N. Y., and resiled there until she hai grown to young womanhood. Wlu-i her brother came to Illinois to laki charge of a parish she acconijianie, him to act as his housekeeper. iMiriug his final illness sl'e wor herself down eating for him. :tm grieving alter his death caused he to become an invalid. For several days prior to her dealt she had been unconscious, and Ha end had been expected almost an; time for ; he past t wo da s. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs T. J. Ihiane wf I'eoria and Siste Hilda, in the seminal y in Rochester X. Y. A iaige number of people from the city are planning to go to I'eoria b attend the funeral services, which wi. be held tomorrow morning at o'clock in the cathedral in I'eoria. PORTER EMPLOYE INJURED IN SIDE Harry Claggelt, ."ill Third street, an employe of the I'orier factory, wai st ruck in the side wit n a ooard thi? afternoon while at work. His side was badly bruised and cut with a small gash which it was necessary I lo close with one stitch, j Mr. ClaggaU was removed to R I burn Memorial Hospital and Pr. B. .1 ! ( lime was called lo attend bim. CHILD SCALDED BY BOILING COFFEE Baby Rose McCrhmis. the one year old daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Bat rick McGinnis of Dayton township, pulled a coffee pot of boiling coffee from the table onto her left arm yesterday at noon. Dr. YL II. J nnieson was called to attend the child and removed her to Kyburn hospital, where the wound was dressed, after which she was tak en back to her home. Narrow Escape. One morning the youngest pupils were obliged to sit upon a movable bench to recite; soon there was a com motion in the iiiidsl of "which Eiftth waved her hand excitedly nnd snid: "Teacher. Johnnie tipped the Peat and (l almost fell off the class!" lj i SOCIETY NOTES 0 OH.V '))! A number of young people enjoyed i a very pleasant bob sled ride, last ev ening. The crowd met down town early in the evening, and after riding i around for about two hours, went to ! the home of .Miss Anna Carlson on ' I'rairie strict .where a deli ious sup-j per was served, and a- social hour! Henienncli, j,yie AUDott, ernon O'Neil, Kverett (lulbranson, Harold J Langer, John Meckonstoek. Carl Thirty ladies attended the mealing of Ihe Baptist Mi--ionary Society yes terday at the In, an- of Mr.,. I.. W. Brewer Jr. on Beail street. The morn ing was spent i m wing lor the church, and a delicious picnic lunch eon was served at noon. In the after noon a very inti -re. ting missionary study of the I'hi'ippino Islands wa.-: eondue'ed by Mis. K. I. Johnson. The annual meet in:: of ihe Missionary Society will be held tin: second Tlims lay in February at the home of Mrs. F. S. Slewd.-r on Main street. Tin annual election of ollieers will be held anil the roports of ihe ast y ear given. A meeting of tlnj Girls' I'atriotic Service Beaguo will lie held on Mon day evening at 7:"'i o'clock in 'he Knights of Co'itiinbiis Hall. Blent. Richard Dunn will start his military training at. this meeting, and all girla ire urged lo attend. COLORED PICTURES AT LIBRARY MOVIES The following excellent program ot movies will be giw-n 'one ri-ow a' the 'h ddick Public Library for the chil dren of t he city : "Prince, s Yo'.ande." This is a bean tiful and entertaining colored picture. "la the Zoo." All Ihe animals of the zoo a re her show :i. "The Moi Tribe." A g!im,ise i f lb life of the M il tribe ill the village if! ' 'a in l oi 1 i;i. '"I'll" Runaways." An atuusin" s; u-.. of a little uirl who couldn't have any iaai and a little boy who couldn't go ishiug. Thinking f heuiselves terribly ibiis. :1. they pack up and ran away. Vl'ter many tetrib.e adventures they re glad to come borne. Mi -s Walb-r of tl School will tell stories. Rip Van Winkle is on the next pro gram, and Abraham Lincoln on ihe uie following. SAVAGES USED "POISON GAS" Ingredients Were Different, but Ob ject Was the Same as That Sought by the Germans. A is w ihe great some snva sonous g.-i- -II known, the Hermans in war were anticipated hi re tribes in the use of poi for war purposes. Nature quotes authorities to show that iribes like the Tupinaiaha and Ouaranis of the Brazil littoral and on the Rio Parana used poisonous gases in at lacking fortified villages. Men went in front of the attacking parly, each holding a pan with embers in one hand and ground red pepper iti the other. When the wind was against the Spaniards tiny sprinkled the pep per on the embers. This was ;i!so done in attacks on the Spaniards in Venezuela. la the same way pepper was largely Used in exorcising 'le mons and evil spirits. The u-e of this pepper, know n as . j, would soon be discovered by these Indians, who cultivated the plant extensively. It was only tieivssji-v f,,r some one to upset a basin of Aji into the lire and! a hut would soon be cleared of i eiipants. 1 lie Use ot tin sun no m nt. Considerate in Death. When Sir Ralph Abercromby was mortally wounded in the baitle of Aboukir be was carried mi a litter on board Ihe Foiali-oVatil. To e-i-e bi paln a soldier's blanket was placed tin der his bead, lb- asked what it was. "It's mdy a soldier's blanket," be was told. "Whose blanket is it?" ho persisted, raising himself. ' I liil.V ooe of Ihe men's." "1 want to ..iv the name of tin man whos.. b:::"e: ;,js js" the dying commander in i-: i. "It is I inn. an Roy's of the I'orty seeotid. Sir Kuipb." said his attendant nt last. "Then see that l'.an.-an Roy gcH bis blanket ibis niglr !" omnu: mied the brave mail. wh.. :' I ml l'..r:.'et even h, bis h;st ago.:,.- !.. .oi.ijort ami w, 'are of 1 is .. r00 LATE TO CLASSIFY (Main want add section page five.) WO.MF.V can earn money at homo do ing our garter ami waist work. You don't need a Singer machine; any ma chine in good repair will do. Come to the factory and let us show you the work. Garter Factory. GIRLS WAXTFI We. have niachin-s for 4 nr. o operators on l'aris gai ters; good waaeri oik! work all year. . OARTHK FACTORY. lo. GREAT CARE TO BE - T AMERICAN FIGHTER j ALL PLANS ARE COMPLETE FOR TRAINING MEN FOR CIVIL LIFE ' AFTER THEY GET BACK FROM SERVICE WITH A. E. F. There has been is-aed in l,ir-c quantity for general d'sl liiiu' : at Die Red Cross Insiitu'e. for i i ;-.'.--'i and Disabled Men a statement ,n tue provision being made by the vniio.i, government departments far the re turning disabled soldier or sailer. Wounded Ottawa Yanks will l.eiie'il under the great s heme to be eart h d out by the government. The statement : addressed as much lo the public as to the e-sen-ice men themselves, lor i; has been found in the experience of the allie I nations that public iili'lei'siaiiding and appreciation is essential to the sue cess of any government pro-' ram aimed at ilu- restoration of the in jured to self-support. The slateinei)!, ent tb"! "Facts o: Interest to the Disable! Soldier and Sailor," has been approved as to ai curacy by the various government de partment concerned. The text fol lows : "The military and naval nut lioril ies will prowde him not only wilh or,!: nary medical care but also wi.h spi na! inalment, to put him in ihe hen condition possible to relum to wark. "While he is under treatment in re construction hospitals maintained by the surgeon gi neral, Cubed States army, ami the sui-genn-'jeneral, I'tiited States nnvy. lie wilt be offered edma Monal'tidvantages which will promote his reeo.ery, put his lime to good u:--and improve his chances for Ihe fa lure. "If he has lost an arm or a leg. a temporary artificial limb will be l'i;. iiishi d him at as early a dale as po -sible, while he is still in the host iia Later a permanent artificial l:inb i l the most modern ;pc will be pro 'led by th 1 areaii of war risk in stirance. it will be kept in repair and replaced when worn out. as Ion:- a he lives, at government expense. A for i ample t. ion or 'r-:miiet:i an! discharge from t lit? aitny or navy, i: he r ai.iins permanently disabled, the bare in of war risk insurance wil, pay him until the end of his life di-ahili:.- ensa' ion, w inch is in'i la'ed a I an aid in working in:; hi illill-e "This compensation for disability i. paid whether or not lie has taken ma i policy i-f war li-.i ins-irimce. "A! I'T uise'r. i rge I'r .m the m-i i i.-c. if he i ., di-a lib d ' 1 1 an colt -i-b-:':o dour' -e - so as t ' le i ;a ilb-d ' o com peiisa : ion for disa hoity he is id! r i training lor s! !!!ed job in w hii h Ir injury will not i-rew-nt his earui:, goad waaes. Kxperietiee of our a'lic has shown this t he entirely pr:c ticabb', Com; en.-aiinn f'-ir permanent dis ability wil! not be reduced or in any way h;' .ift--clwl by want be may It able ;o earn. It L ib-ti-rmined by hi physical injury alone. He may have earned before enlist until .!n a, week and he able a'ur ilisabili'y. by rea.-n , of having taken a eoitr.-e of l..iniug. lo earn JP a week, yet. his contpens., t ion will 1 i- paid him ja I l he s ,,. "Training after discharge will he provided liiui at governim nt exa-itsi-hv tho federal board tor vaciti-ma! : education, chaired by Cotigr W It ! 'ho responsibility of restoring hnu to so. I'-si.-ppiirt. "Paring the course of training, ii, order l i i : s ! he may I-nii- no linatn.-ia! w orrie.-. he will im-nr either 111-..-san.e pav as d-trin- hi- !: laon'h in 111 - .-en !-. or his of.-nipcn.-ation for ii:-,.l,ilil . whiehevi r i :;-!-. Ills taurly will io-iii:,u-- t- iicive in . when la- was ia th,. s.-ri ice. "! is u l'i -a ' i., I-' hi ad van i age to .ii;,il li i las-1' ; if ali oppoi t'lliilies i.l 1 1 a ii in g. eil ia r be! ere or a f ti r di -i ! . 1 1- . V. hie- ji may he ea-y n -', for "li a di -a! a d man I" get a : 11 ! ar 1 1 iii.ior;. i y job. tie- la cor -i U.i:n a viiil i"' ibbi-ie-il iu tie- jivi-, a : ' i r tile w ar w le-n no. inal coad :: a fi re: urn if he want s l-i ho i;, b-p. :;! in; and - :;'-siipioi t mg in the it are he inis- t prepare now lha' hi'.-r :. h. will be a s 1 . ; ; 1 i i v.m'Ker and !.: -i rvii - w i.l be j;, celaand. 'Win a t r.i in ing is i map;. : d I i.e vie, : r -r s 1 v. i; ! I n f ir h i ia a .;. sirablo job. This .s--rU.-o wiilbe formed for him by ti:'- led'-ral b alio;- vocal i, -na 1 eduea ' bin iti co- -p.-) .. lion wit:: tho bui o! Sta'e- i 1 1 1 ;j I -y -men,, service. "Duri-ig the period or iraining- and after tho Aimri'-iin Bod Cross., through i'3 home .-i-ri : e sectii t:-, w ill look a'ter th" io . .1 , of hi--. i',.m il. and adu-e "U any politis in -u-nia-li.in wi'h ivl.ii H il can le- liel, en "Aft.-r In- re'i:r! h-.ii.- nnd -nt -rs on elllidoyicel;' the ii- -erviee mc lion ot the Alii': j.-a a i;-d l'ro-s wil stand as a ids hr..i r .. la p in atij possible way - i ma's --e- f':l his change initit '.!.- v.o: ld o: in.- - ddicr liai k to the lo rid of in-' : Ty ami commerce. In all tin- wot R-- i Cross reeogiii.tes tie- lead--: "hi i.i t.ho goi eminent. "1-nijiioyers gn .ng catei'-i! thought ti t lie selei : loll of ji di. eri ices ea r. be ll.-ei; i i which hi best adi a:.: ag ! paid goo.l waai I employer- rc.-.! AKEN OF RETURNED -a bieh be i ..: i- ' eiril -llf'll. 'l'li'.' t v, !:i:'. be vi:ii i is not charity, but the opportunity for si-;.' suppo! t. j "Labor u.-ii'i's are ::iin' bought n the ways in. which d;-ab!ed men may ht-i be ri pi.o-e.l in their trad' s, and are preaaied to assist the lead- j.i - ni. in t,, the gtiatert postble di-. h . ; -'ihe people I.! II are i,.-oived i i (, ad . asrace . ji l.ln ii i -1 ei- ( nance 'o t:;a i-l and get 1; on .. 'Anient 'allied : ';! r ci.iititii le. an i -. . the lool itig 'o In r men - pi.-: -I'd job i,ht-tiii rii ir p f :rn home, e; .!.,:::. l ie ile -lit: !- :. h-unir and coi;r aia- o, ti.e 1-1 F I i e- i-al Sin- is looking o i, if.! among !!: c pe, . ei mem be.-.- her di'-'abb d me Host U-ef'll a'a of Ihe eoniaiunil 1? a M We take great pleasure in an nouncing to the Ladies of Ottawa and vicinity that for the spring and fall seasons of 1919 Madame Du Barry has consented to select the pattern hats for Metzger's Ladies' Shop twice each month, selecting for us the leading patterns of the twenty-five principal designers of Fifth avenue. She buys exclusive ly for the Madame Du Barry Shops of New York and Chicago, and Metzger's Ladies' Shop of Ot tawa, Illinois. Our first shipment of Madame Du Barry's selections has arrived. This shipment consists entirely of early spring models of Satin and Straw combinations. It will !de I'ght you to see these pattern crea tions, which we are selling for $8.50, $10.00 and $12.50. You are assured of receiving the very latest in millinery at the most mod erate prices. We are sure that the ladies of Ottawa will appreciate tliis service and will be .pleased with this arrangement as we are. METZGER'S OTTAWA, ILL. 1 1. i&va zr-. FO - An Artcraft Pictnre tVLHY300Y'S FAVORITE Elsie Fcrguc.on in "The Danger Mark' t3. Robert W. Chambers t 8 -SUNDAY- William S. Hart in "Selfish Yates" COMING The Gi;.at Nazimova in "Eye for Eye' aaiw wi iwraM3'ii.i'''iitirF, TutnuKB 1 Sf7W3rr wmmmm T'A it 1 i'r PS If TONIGHT From ti e TOMORROW JEWEL CARMEN in "LAWLESS LOVE" SUNDAY MONTAGUE LOVE in "TO HIM THAT HTH" World's Lightest Wood, The balsa Ire.-, w hit li is now being cultivated in 1'i.sta Re a. produce tho lightest known we,d in the world. It is ;:i great d'-maiel for nil purpose v. h"t'o ligbtnes of eonstructiou Ls of impori a nee. it is very porous and a g'i'-'i io sola tor a i ni is much ued In ulr- l iiit- d stated : t'latie I, milling, as it oilers tlie uilul tei'i h ue every i intitn amount of air resistance, ir re.-, arce and The Guitar. The guitar is an 'iitrument of six strings, viz. 1 1. .. D. li. B. L. The strings, if sounded together, would not make a chord avcording to the lu'i-s) at modern harmony. It Is not a dilh cult instrument to b-sirn ami Its chief use is in accompanying another ill.itru mcnt or the voice lu singing. I Try the Free Trader-Journal Want Ads dame Berry i DAY MADAME PETR0VA IN "The Panther Women" Assir.'ed bv Rickclifte Fellows P.itionce Sparh.iAk Crcatost Petrova Picture ever Sliown