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PACE TWO SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. The wlnnlnR sidn or the V. M. I '. entertained thi IokIiw side in Mir -Pennv drive" at a lKiwint in Hie basfm'cnt of tho Illinois uvtMiiu' l.v angelical church last cv.miiiii: Cn.y Carroll was tho lender fur the win ners and MiHS "Wilum Harris lend the losers. The church hasement attractively decorated in while and 'hliio and the same color sehmie was carried nH on the table. Tin- banquet started at 7:13. The follow iiiK in. nil was served: c Fruit Cocktail Chicken Fricassee Mashed Potatoes Sweet Gherkin: Creamed Asparagus Rolls Banana Salad and Wafers TllttI Frutti lee Cream Cake Coffee "Mints Miss Wilma Harris was to;isi;nis tress for the evening. The follonini; program was rendered : Solo, Miss Helen Camber. Readings, .Milton Howard. Solo, Miss Hazel Meckenstiwk. Toasts, impromptu. Solo. Carl Meckenstock. The regular monthly social of the First Presbyterian church was held last evening in the lecture room the church. About seventy nuots were In attendance. The social was op i) of the most enjoyable ever held in the. church. At S o'clock a very fin i program was jiiveii. The mem bers of the Slwb'ioiiii school o'v.-K'-'.-tri furnished several musical relet tions. Elizabeth Osmin Rave a o'o uecompanirrt hy her b;o'!ier Wi'liiii'i, on the violin. V l.rSi. Toney V" a rtading. .Miss Syivi' Funk sa:u a vocal and Miss 11 v' la Varland rave a nailing and vas i',:reeii to respond to an encore. Pol lowing the pro gram an informal social 'ime was enjoyed and light refreshments were served. 4 l About ITjO atte-ided the social in the parlors of the Rapti-f church last evening at S o'clock, 'lit.' own ing was spent wkh games ami Mi-s Mot Stephens ;.ud Lois r,--- rater tained the company with a pi i lection and. a vocal numa-r. 'I he the Mi-,- main event of the evening election iH' the May day qui Zoah KppersKin was cho.-e:: guests to represent the tj it May. After the cereioonv merits consisting of ice cr v as 'i:. !.v Ihe r. of the : 'fresh am ;nl cake were served. The members of the senior cl.i ;.s of the Pleasant View Imlber collate will be ontwtaineil at a reeeplion by the members of the faculty tonkli. TAFFETA IS YOUTHFUL v-' '!! p " - Nt .v ? . -V. Taffeta Is. perhaps nnrn tdinr. other fabrics, youthful, due to nklll of designers !n pvolving skil ful touches. Thn petticoat Is draped ani Riven decoration of applique, rosea and ribbon underneath a rull aklrt of tulle. The bodice, with Its shallow neck and shoal-der-Kleeves. Is .simply a little "round" affair, gathered a bit ibout the waistline in'a a shirred aandiug two Inches wld. UTICA. MiH. Kinest At. kerniim has return ed from a few days' pleasant visit with friends in Keck Island and Molina, Illinois. Mr. Mild Mrs. I.ee Jackson are mov ing this week where Mr. Jackson is ) i v ii 0' cn I 'i lU The Best Proof of the Good Results of Albert's Rheumatic Remedy b 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 .e recommend It to any sufferer of Rheumatism. PRICE - $1.00 PER BOTTLE Thirty-i'ight gue: t.; will br in atten,. ante. The al'taii' will b held in Ihe (Iming room of the '.wmi ail's hall wliiili will be prettily ib-. Dialed with ill flowers. Fnllow inc. il;e ervi:ig of the dinner Prof. T. II lli'lieit will pn side as toast master, an 1 a program of informal yperi h' will be given. Miss Afirle !!i 'er ! ent -rtaimr,-: sixteen guest s .a her home on K.ist Pearl street, this aft'-rni.-on at an informal bridge pari ill honor tl' .Miss Kulh Jones el" l-'arlville. Ky . who is Ihe gne.-t of Mrs, R. K. Knoll. The hon e was alir.u lively ile in.ilel In baskets of cut Ihe.vers. l.ate in the aftenioon a dainty lli iiheon wii! be served by the hostess. ( V V Mrs. Charles Sumner Cullen is (.p. tertainiug nhour tiiirty-flve miosis at her heme on Congress street, this af ternoon at an informal bridge party. The house is prettily decorated wi'h bouquets of --plin'i fhnvers. Cards will be played dining the afternoon after which dainty refreshments were served at a late hour. lOne of the mo.-t sn.-cessi'al d Lire- i of the season was given last evening : ill the armory by the alumnae of ft, i Xavier's convent Johnson's e;i ; piece orchestra from M;iis 'i'l w -;ir-! Hi; lied music for til - dancing from 1' i to 1. Til" crowd :h o'O' of the !..r gest that has gathered at the armory this seasiin A very enjoyable tm was reported from those present. The Sunday -ehool of the K-p.worth Arethe.dist church entertained their friends at a parcel post, social last t venins a! tie. church. A very large attendance was present. Miss Mary Hi aert.s gave several readings and the members of Miss Sophia Prafckc's Sunday school class put on a very (lever playhU. A d'li'ious supper was served. The afiai'' was a great s:iccosh, both sacia'ly and tir.ancially. ; J- 4 I Mi s.s S-q;hta .'Inn Vis ai ent'TLiinetl the ineM-'ni's sf the 1'topian . : 1 1 f on I Thursday fvening at her home on Second .ivcini", Twee'y-two young ladies were in at l n.la no. A very 1 'easaiil inlorni.il -o : d evening was -;r-nt by the gnets. ; 't.-r Ahi.di ilaia tv r fr" di ao-nt were :...:yi-. by the llos'i ss. I ; Miss Aloe I.ihin-' eiil-TtaiiH'tl the ; ''Little tiirl-' li'." ye-; erd.iy -ft-r ; i' i n at lor b.-me it: ICa -1 wood Tie; I cdi'Wren ' pent a very pleasant afier i no in wi'b gifti"-! ;i:ti iiui'.ii . Late '.i I the n ft "icon dnimv vefp-j-.lim'-t.t.s j werx- si .,11 y the lit lie hostess. oniplovi - the U'alsi li lit liniiiu' Co.. X VV aie is ivov I'm). lean at the V.-tllr ' 'i .mii-iil v .Mi'".. ) , tahituT Mr. Jack a's jilai is Mi ! ich --pop! Panda v a : the ;,ii' o, is ; Paso i , ri . I .Ml" . I v r .pee C'.t-y ,, a : a I ': a ! t IP" ! o Moatla ,M '. t'ai" Wheeler anil liii'e s'Hi (tone ij." i ppiiu; pijiio1:, in pjiiK'i i toll. j us H Mr; ,!ohe Water:' etui :(hi."t"i have iiliira.'d Iroia t'hica-'e i win .. ihov visiowl Mp . W'a. ' r nio 'i iir " r: Mel I ii i?h u ho recently under ; wpi: ' a i etieral ion fur fcoit v j A' lii'on;ia I'lil.-'on has re I Ml'tiod i iroi , SP 'ai'.- ho-;iital ill l.a Sail', .'.lie she ),el,t!y llll'lerwi 0 an dp. j i'1'tiion' havitp.T lo r tonsil. ; n ninveil j -Mi .Mais-'ii I "( ('isjidroti i;,, locuvei' jt i opi ;i receni opt rat ton on l i i i i llii'tinl She h;p' been sPpvini; at tile ! In. nit- of Iht sisP-r Mrs. 1' ,Iip,liv in j l.a Sale ; Mr- Id!:-1 Kninle ha l.een ctard.-d i a divoi . fro, a Anion Kniltle of Aher I do. n Smith l):iKoi, anil the oil- ode ; of her Ihret. h 1 1 , i i -n . She w,is aist lawartlcd ? Pi.iiiiii. altmnny am! $7."..i n r laonili for tin. -..ro of the t liil 1 fen. .Mi.-. K-ritile i.-- tin next olil..-t daii'hl"!' of Mi'. ;itni ,l:-s. Kr.mk i I. each of Ottawa, former re.dtlenl s ol I I 'I ic I ai'd v, .-I! Ipiowii lii'i'e. ! Mr-. A, Siiiidii'ii-' has re ip'iietl from ' ! i i : t L r i where she spent !a.-t week . w illi her daughter ,i rs. J. Landsman. of N'iles. Mhliian. ulio was op"rat"il on in ChicaD hnspital recently. Mrs. Ceiu'Ro Heyntilds was nn lis taiva viitur on Monday aft"rroon. I.. I'. Holland has returned t'rmn T'ontiac where he whs railed by the illness of his urandson little :-am ijt Mr. ami Mrs. Karl Deltolt. ! QHiCHESTF.K S PiLU i rL-v 'I '!U: HI A.MlM up VM. - I J,". ''" .' '' I"iii;l-I.I I. t , it) Vi J 1'n i. " " .ih -r tt.ir r .Ar' V I j (f !''".toi. a . ,n i, i.i i; I's.xra i tin. If l'tl 1'H.J ,(,.)! H v-,.r.ln.ni I s .)...,. ,,. , ;. , v ' Cfit 0 lV r.:,T.fvTC cirryteijii. Patterns for Home Sewing A pattern of this Illustration will b sent your address. Fill out the attached bljnk and mall to the Free Trader-Journal, en closing 11c In money or stamps. Please allow ten days' time In which to have pattern delivered you. If J,t 3 m A .sri.lsXI'll) STYI.K IN iixk l'lK'.'K k;tt:ct Jat'llll .i'.".. ... ....- ...... oil- ;.. . ,..,, t t ,p . shown in this il hp'ration. It is cat in II Si,:es: Hi, l i and years. An IS year size will rs'iuiie 4', yards of -It inch material. The width of the skirt at the foot is I'... yard. Serge, tall'eta. gingham, shantung ,r linen could be used for this model. I'.raid or binding, embroid ery or stocking will form a suitable finish and decoration. Ulue taffeta ,vitn fa'i:p:s c( jade sa'in would be elleCtiVC. A pittern or this illustration mailct: to any add. ess ,jn receipt nt 1 2c in silvt r cr stamps. I Pattern Dep't. Please semi Pattern to my address, 1 Cta. enclosed. Name No ....... Size ....... Postoffice .. I ..... A oiaie ji T-W'r-M-V'!-WtmH.i -. I EN RIGHT SLAYER GIVEN 14 YEARS ! iiit .i iro, ,V. i,. L I .Jai'P", Viio i t foiin.l guilty la t iolpii of t innplii in tii" iiPinl'-r ol " "M .-," l-'n rurh I . labor l.-aih r. 'Idle jiir;, ie, the sen tence a! mill of ti your-' in th" pour lentiar.i. v'inci, aci-er-iin to Ids. co'p l" s: imp uhp h 1'" -iotrjht l-'dcr to re jiiidiaPs sdo'.e th" s itoniohile Id'opi uhiih 'incen,( ( 'o - aiatm Ev. ris.ht. in Li'o'il of ;,is honie. PREVENT THAT COLD IT MAY DEVELOP SERIOUSLY HURLBURT'S CAMPHOR PILLS TAJCS ONE AT ONCE If you nece, ennffln or feet a chill cominjf oo. Carry tb small bottls at alt times. Price SO Ceota at all dealers. TUB CELLS CO., TEVBTJRGH, IT. Y. it,ltr.l : 1 ' h !j ' JOIN OTTAWA POST THE AMERICAN LEGION 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. Fill in above application, mail same with $3.00 to T. B. I -earny, 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, nowf BERGDOLL SUCKER AND SPOILED BABY J FLEES Fffi MS SCION OF WCALTtlV PIIILADtU- PHIA B II I. W I- i V HOUSt HREAKS FROM 'I WO PRISON . , G E HQ V. ANTS ANU MAM b CATION AL CIT -.WAV. I'iiiladelpiiia, Ma I.IVHT I j I "a l i'doll. ooloi i. : i i a "d fr. mi ci. ! . s , bei 11 I OlMilled P, ' near .New Vorli. ; eniellee. ; liergdoll was .a j ! 'oil Jay. on a i papers, lie wa- :' l.i',c:iiu and a -orpoi ! The cscaie w. wealt by niol le i - : i a sulnii b. I v. .i -ItlK loom v i' Il :i : .- I 1 1 t , j . i;s . i pre n nd !i ; and walked slo ; io ' i men iiiade no i .: .. ! i . ' ; htm. i ait ju in I -CP. to : ! they board the i ip : is.; car. Looking ie.it . ! is.' 1 s.i w I ; rover's Id:; p - Th a ino:,,r ido : '.o v ling down I the dr:owav. ;,is . h.p.pp'iir ,.7 ihe ! w hot. t. J j Mcther Aiy at Time. j IV rgiloll's ni.ith. r wa.- not ;.t b.ome , i at i he t ime. Her .it'.o'Ut y -..id If i did not believe - so i.'o w t.! hi it.- oi , j a plot to escape. The :ugf tve i- ' - ft! in t lie regular oliv.- drab ! nil.! uti- ! iform ol federal pn i.et - Ail i.mii- j are being wa'.h-'d l poise, . l:o -ay the will stton is pip eheiuled 1 ' . ,,,r!.H E , ,'..,? O! SO!'. v,.i(, ;f..o!! m .. sp-oidy way hi ' tuiriinari ialed s..r i rttn'"i:,a his is 'cape, said Col K. W. .!i ne. aide P j l-ieut. (Jen. l'.ndsrd, t.mmand,.:;: o: j i - j n lion t dp aiwavs I I Patching Blow-outs I J I 1 ncre is a lire wnitn win n.-ji m i -rntitf'a nv nf I he so-ca led "standara ' M f. 1 r'f f'h . . Come irs and let us demons'rate 1 ( V y f why the Hood is the most econo- E ; I a J n'.ical tire you can put on your rar. 1 ! 1 mA lif'NI Put on the Hood tot3ay i ' U'kyirlM0 liwrN Forest for a car 1 j 4 lfO!l!!!ii!!iM9iijllik " 8! mm iiliiik Kt1UK I lifcll I !!:! Il ik Hardware Co. j w n u n ; i 1 1 H n JOT" -1 - a OF - 5 1 1 Ihe K.i lorn d pai'linetit. An ine, ll gill ion w ill be made ;t nin e to do lerieiae ,1 the j'.uard.s vteio la, lie said Vrs. Per'd.): Is F nccl. i ; I !' .lull as ! i mini gioli ; '". Old,,; i ' i I hfeal e! in;-, ., il (i pi I ,'l nt , ho i el ,i'e;i hi i' I'.. i cd-dl hi "i h'"' Kn. tn. v, idelv .!:'. a a . a a auloi, 'oldie I . er. is si ill '''.. al" charged with do.e,,ng ','''.'' ,..,, in, ,,,,,, oed in At. mm, r ' .'. and i,.'.m li lor Mm n-i- M.l.le all e,.s ihe I nil. -I : ,.te lid ; , 'ore be v....; I.....I. I iihi.e ..u;, later. up Year Is Unlucky. .robability Hie theory that Leip In all probabilitv Hie theory that W . ,. .'. i i C e I . i s 1 1 I II 1 1 1 Ills, v v ;i i I . t-o o, - iti- enhsppy man who I;:-.! .-is c. de'l ppop to ansMt-r a utesan's lea.-car ' e'-" , ,-... -al Ib.at he I t-siow upon her Ids "isiid ami t'oruino tr n biaw silk li.'i-.l I'm m ii." The .lapane-e believe ibal ihe i dor. p. p a two liimdi'".! tun! tenth mid two Imii 1 !' ei a er- nod twentieth l, ; s ,.f each leap ear are n ri icuia i dy unlucky, while V1,- Vi" ""' trad. Pons maintain '' " ' '', ' that cliildicn bora in leap year will I"' si.'kly and tlilliciilt to raise, and tl at crops ue not prosper, peas and I cei-. "growing on the wrong side of tint pod." ij WW isLlI an owl" vt ra.;'d, a sl ea-;' t ' keep your eyes', ojh :." pi tae J y ti.r.e oil ccrt.nniv n. ,'..! 5 PSLLS i- poison- 'V'.'V'a'"':'' in.: Pv mi- ,v . Pills cor- ; ':f'-::v;r:'-V;!v.' ' :t- l on- mJ-- fc,, 1 10c . L'Sc. No. 33 r m m m n Ei r. I '1-1 - ..L' U .. "II i H I only assure you a year of freedom 1 5 from lire troubles, but which will j save you money as well. It is tho B 4 HOOD EXTRA PLY I IIIL. I 4 Sit will give you more guaran- 3 4 S f:ra cf eaual size. & ns I The Sunflower. The i.MHh'rn snnllovv.r whs foi'incrlf I railed soNocce, the sun follower. In j i.e iiti iiou i'i', " " ! D Cr A Y E T Y Theatre BIG . ORPHEUM . S H O VV Sunday, May 23 LESTER World's Foremost Ventriloquist K;n le S. Mabel i)i;w!:' t ROGi-ns in "NO TOMORROW" Hy Jack Lait BURNS & LYNN "Steps and Taps" AND TWO OTI E GOOD ACTS Coming Sunday, May 30th Steed's Syncnpated Septette With that Incomparable Jass Hand M Wg Mat. 3:00 Night and 7:30 9:00 Don't Miss II! rown s ounimer . .Make vour summer vacation pay von di- S g vidends by attending A cial school this summer. lasses now formincr. on. can be ready laii, i( you enroll now. Openinq dates 5 June 7, and June I 4. "Ask Our Graduates" Brown's Business College 5 Ottawa, iilinois , A' '.' i a- .y Perfectly Plain lit Xk Yet V 'A X Plainly Oxfords Mm I rtWv PA "YOU will get more 1 Ia) forr and more for mi 'TO Sood fitting OXFORD, than a;iy other style of Summer shces. We have a choice ': or brown kid, patent cloth, with either yj y ai Uj Ft tl. All sizes and ''-4 kv-f vr.vj t.n: i V YJ VI From $5.C0 to $13.00. J. Megaffin & Son FITTERS OF FEET, FANCY AND FINANCE 615-617 La Salle St. Ottawa, 111. . . U 111 (1 1 O XI ClV f l-jH FLETCHER'S CAS'TORIA Usual Prices School our accredited comrner- for a y;ood position by j for the summer term: S A. G. Schrieber, Pi nt. tea Perfect, wear and com- vour manjv. in a selection in black leathzr or white military or French widths for perfect C i-