OTTAWA FWT (TRADHK - JOURNAL' '
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920. "
In ssnite o flip bad weuther - the
chanel of the Pleasant View T.utTu-r
oollego was filled last night when the
pupils of the musk: department gave
their last recital of the yeur. The
iiroRram was long and varied an J was
executed in an excellent manner. Tin?
recital was given by those who n
ceived tlieir diplomas and was one of
the finest ever heard at the college.
The program follows:
Gavotte and Aluraette (from suite
in I) minor) 1C. U'Albert
Mitis Clarissa Johnson.
Concerto No. Ill in C minor.
llrst movement Beethoven
Miss Alma Urye.
Organ, Mrs. V. (.'. Paisley.
Vocal solo Selected
'Emperor's Etude" Chopin
Miss Alma Iirye.
"Rondo Capricioso" (duo for two
Misses Alma Hrye and Clarissa
GavoUo-intermem) .Louis Victor Saar
Miss Clara Johnson.
Airs. W. ('. Paisley, organ.
'iTaise tho Lord" (original com
position) Alma lirye, Joseph Thompson
"Pastoral Variee." Mozart
iMifs Clarissa Johnson.
itlgolette" Verdi Elszt
Miss Alma lirye.
"Pleasant View College Kong"...
Mrs. V. (.'. Paisley
Class of UC'O.
Tho June meeting of the ladies of i
the First M. E. church will he held
at the home of .Mrs. David Arentsonj
on tho north 'bluff Friday evening, ,
June 4. Tho aid meeting will bo i
held during the morning and at noon
a picnic lunch win e serveu to
which the husbands will be invited.
The afternoon will ibe given over to
the missionary meeting and the pro
gram will be in charge of Mrs. 0. M.
Kile. A large number of ladies are
expected to be present anil exten
sive' preparations are being made to
make this meeting and luncheon one
of the most successful ever held. A
large number of the ladies will meet
at the church at 10 o'clock and will
be driven to .Mts. Arentson's home.
A surprise wedding shower was
held on Miss Anastasia Crane last
evening at. the home of Mis Emma
Case on West Lafayette vn.'i i. Miss
Crane is to lit married the middle nf
June to Levi Haxley, an e.v-i-oMior re
siding on Phelps street. About twelve
guests were present. The evening
was spent with music ;md bunco. The
house was pivttilv decorated in lav
ender and white and at a late hour
dainty refreshments were served by
the hostess. The bride to be receiv
ed many beautiful and useful gifts.
Mrs. Lawrence M, Lucey enter
tained the members of the Ail Hound
Iliidge club yt.-terday at the
Nauchusa on i'aul s( reel at a 1
o'clock live-course luncheon. Covers
were laid at the long table for four
teen guests. Tile color scheme ol
blue , and white was carried out in
the serving of the meal. The center
piece for the table was a larue -bonnet
of white carnations The lunch
eon was one of l lie most delightful
of the smaller parties id veil this year.
In tho afternoon the guests motored
over to the Lucey home on 1 oiigres
street, where they spent a very enjoy
able time playing bridge.
Mrs. Anna Cole entertained a party
of old friends at her home on .Marry
street yesterday. The affair was In
the nature of an old English tea and
was given in honor of her house guest
Mrs. Scott Parnard of Philadelphia.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. L.
L. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. II. (Jul-
hranson, Mrs. E.
Harm's, Mrs. Lot!
Scott Barnard and
About thirty young
P iiinilstone, Mrs.
Mrs. Anna Cole.
journey to Marseilles in a hay rack
tonight the gueMs of Misses Cora and
Jiirdie Newberry. The young folks
will stop at a farm house and will be
entertained and treated to u supper
by iMr. and Mrs. C. V. Newberry,
undo and aim. of the hostesses.
A very interesting business session
of the American War Mothers' organ
ization was held yesterday afternoon
in the Odd Fellows' hall. Seven new
members were taken in the organiza
tion. A short business session was
held, followed iby u:i informal social
SENATE HECKLED BY
HELP FOR IRELAND
DISTURBERS EVICTED FROM
GALLERIES AFTER CRIES OF
"DRIVE ENGLISH HUN FROM
IRELAND" CLAIM OUTBREAK
WAS NOT BY PREARRANGE-MENT.
Washington, June 2. Tho Tinted
States senate was heckled from the
galleries today by a dozen women
sympathizers with the cause of Irish
Statoined In tho four quarters of
tho gallery floor, the women bean
their volley of inquiries when Sena
tor Hrandegee, republican, Connecti
cut, speaking against the Armenian
mandate, made a passing reference to
the "ravishes of the Hun."
"Why not eject the English Hun
from Ireland'.'" shouted the lirst in
terrupter. "Didn't give my boy to " began
another woman, but. an usher pounced
upon her before she finished tho sen
tence. Cnder the sharp orders from Vice
President Marshall the ushers had
put. out a half dozen of the disturbers
and restored order when the ques
tioning suddenly broke oat afresh.
"Why don't you put them out?"
asked the vice president. "Haven't
you enough nerve to remove thMi?"
"You haven't enough nerve to go
against England, not any of you,"
replied one of the women as she com
pleted a lia.ity exit under escort of
During the disturbance, which con
tinued s vera! minutes. Senator
Brandegee tried with moderate suc
cess to go on with his speech.
Several of the women were taken
to the capitol guardroom, but quick
ly released. T hey professed ignorance
of senate rules and said Iheir (imps.
tio'iLiir was not by prearrantrement.
Two women later gained admit
tance tojhe floor of tho Iiousp and,
standing in the middle aisle, shouted
an appeal for Ireland. Poth were
hurried to tho corridors, members as
sisting the doorkeeper.
Simultaneously live other women
Misses Moyra Quinn. Kathleen Sav
age, .Mary Ferrick, Helen O'Hrien of
Huston and iMary Mef'arty of New
York -sprang up in the galleries,
challenging members to deny their
appeal for Irish sympathy. Their
cries were answered by cheers and
hisses, while proceeding were sus
pended until I hey could be ejected.
Keptesentalivo Hlantoii, democrat.
Texas, asked that the sergeant, at.
arms take 1 lie women into custody.
"You can't do that, the whole crowd
can't do that," one of the women
Others joined in their demands tjiat
they be heard. Doorkeepers attempt
ed to take them out. They run
around the galleries, however, and
It was several minutes before th
were finally ejected.
luiniiiuuniuummi uuu iiuoni'Di'iiiiimnmiiiiiii mi, n n ilia
r : Him The NationalCity Bank
This bank i.s interested in the success
of the people it serves and in the progress
of the community. You can depend upon
the fullest co-operation when you have your
banking connection here.
The National City Bank has been a
community institution for more than half a
century. This bank's long, successful record
and its stability are other factors worthy of
consideration before choosing your banking
Bank will be open
from 7 until 8 p. m
on Saturday evenings
of i Ottawa
Capital and Surplus $350,000.00.
A pattern of this Illustration
will be sent your addret. Fill
out the attached blank and mill
to the Free Trader-Journal, en
closing 12c in money or s;ovps.
Please allow ten day' time in
which to have pattern delivered
AN EXQUISITE CHLATiON.
r- i 'fly
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way. Residents of Sheridan, with the
relatives ami friends from all part
of the county, as well as hundreds
of other pcrsoiiM in search of a good
lime, will valuer to attend the pro
gram, huiiug the day an old fash
ioned h.i ket picnic will be held,
which ptoiaKes to rival one of the
IMlherings hi Kl in the times of the
early seniors, lor geniality and. hos
pitality. In ihe afternoon the dedicatory ev
onv will lake place. The Sheri-
1 u ill furnish t lie music an I
y of ibis city will
larry V. Ke
I i. -n t .
invited to an
J5 JSf jy
s. The township
lake part in the
ono in the county Is cordially
uid lliis picnic and ded-
T!u- bi-.i-l:;iow ii cratilieriy section hi
the world is in tin. Cape t'o.l . 1 1 -1 i"i. t
of Ma-saehusctts. with an :i erase
yici I of l-arrels an acre.
. Iii'ie . e ;i : , :
Til" iiv . n :il'c ol r.
1 SHERIDAN ALL SET
FOR BRIDGE DEDICATION
I';- -,; -HO ),: I,. I' t'l.
tion of ;i;e s;e ,v i
S i i e : . i . i -1 one of Tie
in i:ie hi lory of (he
t i A k j
A P.UXTY l.VUKit CAliMKN'T i
Pattern ;!-'i Fiipplies this style, i
It is cut ia -1 yiz-es: Small, ZZ-i
Medium, S't-IiS; Large, 4-' -1 i." ; and i
Kxtra Lu: te, 4 1-1'; inches bust!
Xaiusuok. lawn, batiste, crepe,, fcrf m
silk, crepe de chine, cambric audi w-1"'" "
muslin may be used for this model. 'jRJNifj!
The yoke may be of embroideiy,
inseitiuii cr lace.
A Medium sizt-
will require 3 ,;s yards of 30 Inch
A pattern of. this illustration
mailed to any address on receipt of
12c in silver or stamps.
Pattern Dep't. H
' 1 Please tend Pattern to my
j ) address, 12 Cts. encloaed.
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and pet full food valus and real stom
After each meal YOU cat ono 5
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burn, bloated, gassy feeling, STOI'd : 4 KflAuj UfiU 5 LAUilUll I 5
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705 T,a Salle Street.
MKWimS OF THE W
UUKDRUEII S NAnohAl ASS N OF IMCKICA A
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A Good Refrigerator will keep your food
clean, sweet and wholesome.
By proper ventilation prevent one sort of
food from absorbing the taste and smell of
Use ice economically.
EASY TO CLEAN AND KEEP CLEAN
We have such refrigerators in abundance
and will sell no other kind.
WHEN NERVOUS .WD
Advance, 11!.: ''After n li:ird :md
-nous illness 1 was restored to a n'crt-
lii-alihy condition I'nroiijdi 1 h. I'u-rce's
tion which 1 look
as a tonic. It
proved to be such
a splendid tonic
that 1 have taken
it manv tunes -incc
ilicn whenever 1
4t& I'ave lieoii in rvolls
,'.V a i ii I run down and
!! never tailed
j V to slreiigtheii and
' v . , liudd nie up m
"I can also sjvak just as highly of (he
'(ioldcn Medical 1 )i.-covcrv' as a blood
purifier and ;f medicine that is sale to
Kive to little children. When one of my
daiiglfiTs was only n year old she had
"i rofiiloits sores all over her head. I
cave her lh .Pierce's lolden .Medical
I h.-covery and ii healed up every blem-i-h
anil her hair grow nice anil thick.
She hus grown to woinaiihoixl and ha.
never had any return of blood disorder
of any sort since that time. 1 give the
'Discovery' all the credit due it for this
cure and take pleasure in rccommendiii';
it ." Mrs. Etta Lewis, care Mi;s. p.
M. KoiiEiiTs, It. It. 1 Box Dl.
Quir.cy, Iil : "I nm clad to tell what
Dr. Pi 'rev's Annric (for the kidnuys) has
doao for me; it is a tine remedy. I had
been a treat sutferer with my lae'.; and
Inn for y.'ars I ut 'Anuric' did wonders
forme. I have taken two small bottles
atul now tell everyone what a iiood niedi
ein? it y." Mits. Stella SrECKD.ux,
J.)o2 Jefferson St.
.II women who suffer from feminine
disorders ate inyit"i.l to wnle the Faculty
cf tlie luvalids' Hotel, Buffalo. X. V .,
lor free confidential consukatiori and
o.d cc, no charge being made for t Lis
high professional sendee. This will cu
lilr every woman to bent-tit. by ihe
u'.vi.'C of the distuisuishcd idi.vsicianj.
be as dangerou
p.s too Httls
Wh.Mi flu skin i.; :;;iilow or yellow, the
evct i1k hent). aclici or slecD broken
rmHi iinrt-frL'shine. the back aches, or I here
is a pain under the ri';h shouKler blade it
is an indication that th- body i.s beiiv poi
soned by poorly digested and impen'ectlyehm
inated food-waste. It is a wise thing to take,
rMtnvn ihese symptoms by
helping to remove the causes
Sold ly druiiiisti Ihioiulioii! t'a wfl-l. Id bojei, IV, .c.
, ... .unumnrigmMns BMNK Jij
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At Godfrey's Cut-Price Grocery
QUALITY AND SERVICE
BUY AND S AVE
Just in Another big car Kinn. Quality Hour, ljoucht before the nd
vnnce warranted better than what you are using or your money
W tb. sacks $3.6!)
2-1 tb. s.ncks $1.90
Ton fresh Rolled Oatmeal, 4 lbs. for 29c
Choice fine Rice, 2 tbs. for 29c
503 pkgs. freh National Oats. 15c sire 10c
500 tbs. choice Cooking Fin.:, rcriuirs no sugar, pkg 15c
500 Tbs. choice Apricot-;, t'u 39c
COO tbs. choice Evaporated Apples 29c
500 tbs. choice Evaporated Peaches 29c
FINE FOR SAUCE AND PRESERVES
Gallon or No. 10 Apples 75c
Gallon or No. 10 Pineapples, heavy syrup $1.25
Gallon or No. 10 Peaches, solid pack $1.25
GaMon or No. 10 Gooseberries $1.25
Gallon or No. 10 Apricots $1.25
N. K. Fairbank's Ark Soap, labels damaged, 6 bars for 25c
Kirk's Washing Powder, 35c pkgs 20c
1000 cans E. F. Mustard Sardines, none better, 4 cans 25c
No. 2 cans Corn or Tpmatoos 10c
10C0 No. 2 cans Peas and String Beans 15c
500 tins Van Camp's Spaghetti and Chili Con Came -. . 10c
Fancy Hot House Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Head Lettuce, Peppers, Cel
ery, Beets, etc.
Open a New Charge Account by calling No. 128.
T. R. GODFREY
Try a Free Trader-Journal Want Ad for Results
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IN I 1J-
IS frO is Ke electric rnU-malxr. It is automatic and tu'c.Ij
t tio carettikcr. The current it uses ants less tlum Lc
' freezes Lc cubes jur table use. litwny Tcjuciatur.
It isimpleTcnoughto prepare
against the r rigors of winter by1
putting in coal during the summer i
months. But 'to store quantities
of ice "against' the vitherine davs
of summer has hardly been prac-;
itical.forthe home With ISKO
electric refrigeration'; you put in
whole 'yearjaround, in fact; for
ISKO delivers cold upon demand
and its service" is never restricted!
by strikes, iceshortagesr or deliyj
I W M KM A r
Clegg-Perkins Equipment Co.
mam Ar., - - Ottawa, Illinois
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