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OTTAWA PUKE TIPPER -.POritNAL.
SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. PAOE TWO n V c Ik h fa 5 ! Mr.; Will, Mrs. Fred A. Faruhum of : . 'East St. 'UiiV'iii announce the tiKW 'tiient Wtftplr daughter Bonnie June. iWto Psroy M. Tress, Hon of Mr. and 4 84Aliu; W. T. Tress of tliis mity. Tho iiSv,edtfing w ill lake jilut t' in J urn ul MIhk Farnliam Is well known in Ottawa, having niadi' li'r home in South Ottawa for more than a year. Two ypar hko the family niovud to Marseillfs and a few weeks uko left Marneilies for Kust St. Louis. She is very popular in her circle of friends. M Tn ss lain liv?d in Ottawa all his life and is one of the liest known youiu men in the Mty. He is as !) lated with Ji is fat bur in the Jewel ry business. Mrs. Charles W. Hook entertained sixteen guests at a very pleastnt -.iuucJuwu tnls afternoon at Iter home. Wes,t. ,lefier)n street, oiuiipli- ' mentary to Miss Helen Oapen. whose ..-marriage to Arnold Oehler of Itoik i ford is to take place soon and Mrs. y Warren Whipple of Utica, a recent . bride. The house ami small tables, ! ' : M , j ft vAj I 3J53 . A, SMART CUMIUNATION (JAH.MKNT I'utterii -J 1 5 S supplies the model for this style. It is cut in 4 Size;".: Smtill, ::l'-:M; Medium, ::i;-:i,S; i.aff.',e, -lu-4::; ICxtra I..ni;e, II it' inches bast mea.'iure. Mm'lin, lawn, tv.inliric, dimity, crejie, silk, wushuhlu sal in and crept: clo iliine may bo used for this de sign. A Medium she will lvquliQ as yardr. ir lit! inch material. A pattern of tiiis illustration mailed to any uddress on lecuipt ul l2q iu ciUrj- ur stamps'. I Pattern Dep't. j Plcjae uriid I'.Hiirn to my T aildi.cjt, 12 CI, tin lubuil. Commonwealth Edison O LECTRIC SHOPO Chicago, Illinois ' FEDERAL I Electric Cleaner ; pirits away the drudgery of 'hou.socluanmR. Thousands of Hvomeii xhc aiuurry over attest the wonderful merits tif tins tuperior cleaner. "I'he I EDERAL has the , Revolving Brush u notable achievement that makes thorough tleaninii the cvvry-day rule not the t fx c e p t i o n . I he iiDERAL weighs otdy 10 pounds an uJvan ta;je that should not lie over-looked. Call or write tor literature. Federal Coupons Given f REE ma I; nam 1 No 1 ' Sue , : J , E'ostofTiie ; ?ta" J JUS M B where liie guests were HeiVt-,1 were prettily decorated with pink rose. The same color was carried out in the place cards anil so ire cauls. In the afternoon a very pleasant time was enjoyed by the jtuesi:, pluyinr. bridge. !! The members of the hoard of direc tors of the Ottawa Woman's club board will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1' o'clock at the li'brary ball. All members of the board ur ropiested to lie present at the meeting as spe cial business will be transacted. Ue ports of delegates to the district con vention fltso W il be made at the meet illK. 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schniitt were host and hostess at a 7 o'clock din ner last evening in honor .f Kather Onshnir Miller's birthday. The affair was in the nature of a surprise party. A'botit fourteen irne-ls moton! to the Sehmitt home which i- three miles out of town. The evening was spent with curds and music. The K'liest of honor revived a purse of money, Miss (Joncvieve McLaughlin enter tained twenty guests lust evening at her home on Post sireet in honor of Mrs. William Ihvyer. The evening was spent playing bunco. Miss Helen Dunn winning the honors. The color scheme o fthe house was yellow and white. A delicious stipner was serv ed hv the hostess. The taide was prettily decorated in yellow and white (lowers. a . M 'I'essie Volk entertained lift e:rt of her friends last evening at her home oa llrin'ee ,-treei. The occasion being her bntiuhiv. The evening was pleasantly spent with mu ;ic and gam es and two of t!ie gue.- s entertain-d thi giieslfi sitli violin solos. Til" guest nf In ir le- eived manv prettv rils. At a life hour daintv biribdev I'l lresiinn nts w ere served by the lev- le. s. A A JU Mrs. Alfred l.a flair and Mrs. I.o Ihrop I'erkius entertained sixteen la dies at their home, lil.'i K. Main street, yesterday afternoon at a bridge lunch eon. The house was prettily decorat ed with spring flowers. Luncheon was served at 12 o'clock, after which the ttiests spent, a very pleasant time playing bridge. This was the second of a series of small luncheons given by Mrs. I.a fair and Mrs. Perkins. Tl'.'' ii I l ii I Mi nil!'' lie ting of be Ve'h (list c'liin Kai hille la t Weilm i uates 're ''el at ten. a ; held at. tl'iee del" Tiiev were ill- Mrs. K. ''' "f, .ti .;. .1 Roberts and Mi P l.awler. The rain prc- veiped ;e niimber of peopl from gefag v I. had made preparations lo attend V 4 4 Mrs ni"m.h day a street, a lice, playic fie: 1 1 . Vn ' Thomas entertained the s i her card club on Thurs- ern on at In-r home, L'lS .loliet Twelve ladies were in atlelld- Tll afternoon was spent in l Idge wliist after which re lent , were served hv t he bost- ess. v Tb Congregational stale confer. -use will he held next Monday. Tilesda) .mil i.'e'nesday al. Wiluietle, Illinois. Sevei.il irom here ate expecting tu alli n I mint ml Rev. .11 go. ami Airs. Carl Slack- Dnl.ii, Minn. Stanislaus Sylnzko defeated Sulu ll:iliol:m. New York, in Iwo ;-t ralghi lulls the lir.d in :'.r mill llles lllld tile si i olid iu II minutes each with a combination to.- and soV sot:, bold. PREVENT THAT COLD IT MAY DEVELOP SERIOUSLY IIURLEURT'O CAMPHOR PILLS TAKZ ONE AT ONCE If you sneeze, sanfJe or ieel n chUt coming on. Cirry the mail bottl t U time. Price 30 Cents ot oil dealers. T23 KILLS CO., IT, StHlGII, J. Y. HAYES Four Wheel "L-ffl "CLICK - CLICK - CLICK" Goes the Planter. Are you sure that old planter is doing the work right? It does not pay o take any chances with labor as high as it is, to say nothing of the grain you lose. Especially when you can :?et the OLD RELIABLE HAYES four-wheel with eighty rods of wire and automatic marker for $80.00. $1.60 discount for cash in ten days y Geo. W. Reed & Co. OTTAWA, ILLS. Not All Sweaters are Knitted m mm m - x.-P-r '-iti-t Hi . Not al! sweaters are knitted crocheted. The cout sweater the right Is of flame colored Fan-Ta-Si, with banding of red brown mohair. The second is a silk and wool Unified affair. The cuffs and collar are of velour with loose stitches of silk done over it in bandinc form. - 'E ARREST RETAILERS USING SUGAR BAIT FORCING OTHER PURCHASES UPON CUSTOMERS VIOLATION OF LAW CLYNE PROMISES TO PROSECUTE OFFENDERS. Chicago, May 1 '. --Hist rict Attorney Clyne yesterday received instructions trc-m Attorney Hem ral Palmer con fuming his ruling that it was a iol,. t it hi t,r law for deab-i ., to lore"- custo mers to buy other article,-, to olitaiu .sugar. Mr. Palmer inst .nited .lr. t'lwt" lo begin prosecul ions of dealers w ho follow this ractice. Mr. dyne iaid be wc.nlil reiei'.. comndaiuis, of consumers in conti di nee and would iirinn guilty ie ilej , In fori- the grand jury. The iu.a order from Attorney (e neral Palmer is OX a ctcd to have I 111 111 i "I hit e ell eel here. The w holi 'ale sugar maii.el slump cd half a cell! in Chicago j e. tenia v, wiih imlicalii n.s ihal il wou.l deereast steadily lo a n tail price of 17 cent-, maximum Mi ii than I im.O II pounds wie throw u on l'ie mai'ki! by ,'ille'Ai d speculators, I was reported Id Hi 1 1 id At tcrne , 1 y a. . Sugar was M lling at a minimum of 21. cents in unue sioies, uliile a ma GOVERNMENT WILL The Best Proof of the Good Results of Albert's Rheumatic Remedy is the recommendation one to another. They appreciate what the Remedy has done for them and feel their friends and acquaintances should share the benefits of Albert's Rheumatic Remedy We recommend it to any sufferer of Rheumatism. PRICE j! i, f bif. m ill or fe afF jority ntanuf ll.llU'I'l I ound ing ti aski.l 21 cents. Sop drink .iitareis, candy maker, ami ; were offering ;:n to '' eiit.' a and had little dlriuultv :n lii' i ir wants when t!ie tie l :he 1 demaiuls cl the speculators. Mr. Ciyne received reports from l!a- laua and Aurora that con -amors Inn! I di tt riiiini d to hoycolt grocers who '. uiaiiik,! icnts a pound lor sugar. He subsisted that Chicago folic, iv tlir lead. 1 lie special grand jury investigated ing .lotileers under Assistant I 'is rict Attorney Milroy is expected to return it score of indictments against sugar speculators, produce pro til eel's and butter and eirg dealers. Mi. Civile blamed inadequate l,r.v-t for the ililficulty in bringing prolit eers to justice. "If congress would qui: 'iuibldin'1 over politics and get busy we could do Mime hing." lie said. "Tiiey haw. given us a scat! er-hrain d law that permits speculators and urol'iioeis t . I'ti.'oin us from irosecuiing lliem. P permits the courts to bagnio over liie . (institution. ility of the law and allows i he juilges to pas:i the buck. "We have almost V an alb ;.',ed projit eeis under indictni'Til i! t'liicago and will have a lot more. The d par. Whenycu "know" you have a ntomach it's time to suspect your livei". Vou need Beccham's Pills. A lazy liver and overwoikcd Kidneys auow iticu poisons to circulate in the Ijlood rind irritate theen- tirehiodv tCHMits PILLS LorKffttSale of Any Medicine in the World, ijolii every In boxea, l0bM 25c $1.00 PER BOTTLE 1 l.l ' 't i ilit l. ; I iii i ( i 1 1 1 1 i'l 1 ilj I I I IfVHi I, I 'j TrsLW L at- BLOW . r to. HIS FORD IS A CHAMPION KICKER Kankakee. May 1.1. - Henry St. pet er fr. . i ul ; i hud ci.-iim lo the wurli.'" i hampionsliip for his 'kicking tliv er" uliciii ha i In oken the arms oi lour persons : i r sulfercd il clanking the .Mondav. The mi n- ' iirsl ao idiMit while machine. Wednesday !', a sou. met a similar lorse St P.'ti fate. Thui ea and l.oiiis M. I arm lb lit nry Si. Peter Jr. ii laiaeil link, u " -V 1 If HUNT'S Halve li!i in lb. -, iren'.inrutof I I t'll. M'ir.MA. TJiPk)J kinowokm. tkttkk If Py oih-r lUtaiug tkai amcw-et. Tif VJ ecut boa L ihu tuk. S NINETEEN CALLS FOR HELP ELEVEN Students Placed 7 his is the record of the last few weeks. The law of supply and demand is now working overtime for our graduates. YOU can profit by this condition by en rolling lor our sum mer term NOW. Ask for our cata logue and rates. Brown's Business College A.G. Schreiber, Prin. Ottawa, 111. (Gr nei ! ul j c . i i" wal ' i i lu't ami I 1 1 ' 1 I ' : i I e ! I alitlltl -I, ,. I !e il '-e , I ' 1 d ,, I ! I .' ' ', Mi. I I ' ae ai-. uc-i' .i ' er !, p d I e III I '.i !. ;-!,e, a: .1 "I I : M ' i ll i J I !: : ii u v..! i 1 1. H 111 ; !-i , ii , , :'.. II'. Al .111.' ! II lei M e lli".. ' H iTi"j .i . i . .a-- ,: ',::, ,n.ii.. iin . . o-l h il . i: cilia.', i in' i ., n ,,, :, ,t! v MI vi'' i- I 1 ; I : I 1 ' . ' I THEA TOMORROW Another All-Star Vaudeville Show from Orpheum Theater, Peoria Headed by The baffling sensation of two continents ill ww i in hi mi linn ii ii ii H illinium in i in ina iiiiiwiiiimiiimiimmtiw A 98-ib. girl no man can lift ALSO FOUR OTHER PRICES: Matinee, Matinees at 3 p. m. JOIN OTTAWA POST THE AMERICAN My name is Present address Permanent address Civil occupations I hereby subscribe to the Constitution of the AMERICAN LEGION and apply for enrollment in Ottawa Post, No. 33, of Illinois Branch. I Fill in above application, mail same with $3.00 to T. B. Leamy, local secretary. Membership card, button, etc., will be mailed to you upon receipt of your applica tion. Don't delay. Join Ottawa Post, No. 33, now? Vera Cm., Mexico - Revolutionary j forces unking a determined i ftort lo 'outilauk po.. it ions held by troops loyal to Prohli nt t'arran'a near San Mar i os iu (lie stale of l'uchla. ARE YOU A 'iMtuhi, l'iriHiire an I itecial in. WilboiH Biirnicul If von have Homo troiiblo wtilcli LVi bad habits, etc , etc., you Hlioald In justice to yourself, your family and your future children, tuko the proper t teim to idaco your."tdf iu the bunt possible physical condition. No man should bit too modest, nor uhould he be iiBhamed to seli niedioul ndvico on these jirivati ulltnoiitB. 'J'tie Outy of tliH )hysician Is to relieve Htil't'orinn lmmaiiity and the truatment of tliebe troubles Is ju-t us leyilimalo uh Ihe tpjutinetit of dlaeates ot the stomach, kidney, ::. Seek luoper medical ndvico otnnce; fur neglect rimy he fatal to your whole future liajipinftss. Are you In need of treatment for any of those special diseases and weaknesses that rob men of tiio pleasuro and happlueas of life? Arc you weak, nervous, despondent? Do oa feel MEN your-udf flipping, not t-itk but slowly going back? Do you lack tho vim and vi;or of former days? Do vou have headaches and dizziness? Have you some private disease or weakness, some urinary trouble with burn ini?, scalditif? frequent urination, discharges? Is your blood diseased? Have you Blood Poison, syphilis the "Ureal of Blood Diseanes," skin eruptions, copper colored spots, falling hair, sores, uclers, paius in the bone, enlarged glands, prostrate glanl, sore -nouth, sore throat? MANY SPECIAL AND NERVOUS DISEASES. Of both men and women which are not named here are treated with success, and health, hope and happiness restored. I do not treat acute diseases, chronic cases being my specialty. Remarkable results perfect ed in skin and heart diseaaes. Appendfctis, dropsy, enlarged velua and glands and rupture often cured without the knife. Special Attention Given to Surgical Cases. Examination, Consultation and Advice Free. Refernce, South Side Stat Bank, Chicago, III. HOME ADDRESS: DR. J. N. SH ALCENBERGER, 4133 MICHIGAN AVE., CH ICAGO, ILL. Telephone Boulevard 429. 1 rE 22c and 33c. Nights continuous. Children Cry FCR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA SUFFERER? My Best Reference I Have Vieited Your Town and Adja cent Towns for Twenty Yeari. OR, J. N. SHALLFNBERGER Will be at Ottawa, III., at Hotel Otta wa, Wednesday, May Pii, 1920. lino day only - turn renin. vory 28 liu.VH. oilico i lour.i : S u. in. lo 0:00 l. n'. I lied the t olluw iu$j Conditions I'broiib' liiKeatioH of tlio Nono, ami 'l'broat, Itroticliial Tubes ami I.uiirs, In liu 'tloii, 1 iHic.inla, C!oii.illiatloii, I.iver llincases and Stomach ami iliiwcls, HI. older and iHlliui Troiibleit, .Neuralgia, itbeumatiHiu, Skiu liliiordcrs, J loiidaclm, LlropHy, (ld Soich, I'b ern, Nervous lildDtisua. illood 1'olnon, Feinalo lilamiBes. time:inn ireateii wiiiioitt cutting or oiieralloM or dcloi'tlon from InisliiBaa. in duo to excmiHert, diaHipulIon, II 1 ACTS BIG Evenings, 33c and 44c. No. 33 LEG ION