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m FREE TRADFR-JOURNAL AND FAIR DEALER 125 West Main Street FREE TRADE-JOURNAL PIG. CO, Publishers. Daily Meditations iy itT. J. T. Mueller IN WILL CO. JAIL 10 OTTAWA FTIEK TTtAPITC - tlOUHXAL. I0HNS0N LOCKED DP terms: Daily, oaa year la ad ranee, by earner 6.U( Dally, per week, by carrier 10 Daily, oae year In advance, by mall In La Salle County I4.0U Dally, one year In advance, by mall, outside La Salle County. $4 60 AVOID "DC 1L PCDTfl 1111,11 II IILUL1 Katered aa second class matter afar. 25, 1920, at the Post Olllce at Ot tawa, 111., under the Act of Oct. 3, in:. MJCMI3EH"1 OF THK ASSOCIATED PRHS3. The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or lot otherwise credited in this pa per and also local newt published here! a. BLACK PUC, CONVICTED OF WKITE SLAVERY, SAYS HE 1.5 CLAD TO GET BACK HOME. EVEN IF HE HAS TO CO TO PRISON, if x 5. I BUNION I MONDAY, JULY 26, 1920. ( hi,-uo, .Inly :. Jack John. former h .nvwi I 'lit i-b.iiii i :: ;t tt ! ch:!it .ir a ' from n. I'm' S.a'i a r ) -, v..'..- liik-:: ire-nt a c.i. n route to ' 1 1 ' . i - t rem ."lAy .Inlii I y . n-rda .. aliil h i.od ;I. '. ' Will county j.,il. I ). puij I 'nil. (I St;i'. ma r h i '- Ital ed lie ( ilornia I .i,u ;: d ;i : r -1 v. 'i : a quickly hd itig i r. .-. 1 of and n i l- roe . j .--1 i ,n h i I iii r f. : glimpse, lorm.illy I in.;-. -Ii hn. n!i in' l llMody. Tlif ; 1 1 a : 'o I.im' Ju'u: fl'Olll I he I mill bi.'olV 1! I"' .H ! il f i ago was hasti! ail'angi I w hoti Chi. I'i'pnty M.iuri.-,'. Klein burd t'l.it irge i rmi il ot nero 1 r:o:;'l. i :. & ML 4. 4 .... -... . . - 'I i. r V w - i HELP THE UNIVERSITY. ' Financial aid for the stab' univer sity, or tlio ulteniuiive of "poorrr (liic'tors, poorer lawyers, iiooriT iiim-; l llw;iii.-t ini-n'f- ii to :iv !ts, poorer engineers anil less pros-j. -trillion the d ot. ross for America in all years to come," ' l';il;!t ik- is the warning of I 'r. ltavid Kinle iesiiii;ni, oi inn iiisuuu leu. in a" i "-1 inar: a.ii- v1.!: i r.iia i:: peal recently yent out from rrlnunt. Johnson's v. I.it- w iVnii. r'. Allliollfili Dr, Kinlev does not say so i cill ( aiie'i.ai. ;i tli- tr..in. .... ..!!...,! I'. lVia tO tile ; 'I'll!' mi. I, If! v. in ins a ieu, in..- nun. mi.' , ;, , . , . . . . . , , ,i ... . , i , ; , I . J 1 1 A J . ! r I a Ii . ' 1 . i - state university is that the s ale er,-i.. , ,tJ ,, ,, lat.ire. strapiM il" hy (lovernor t-".y I hm. , v, r. and ' a U'i a' iii'ii s eeonoiuv eauiiai-M. iias un n , , , , . ., , ... ; I . il 11 IllOl I ill'.' il I:' 1 .ID. 11 t' ) I 1 11 ' IH IU I I lUI'l. ' 4 l'!i"ii' loan i- divided: now shall tlle.v lie ti'lisnl I'.uiliy. Ilo-iel !''. - Isi'ail us a nation divided its alle giance bal.veeii Hod an, I idols, and M,.s. the prophet says. i'a:i--ed llteir iapt:vi:y and linal ilest nn I ion as an imlepeiideiil peopie. "Their hoai I is divided." that -w a- the rt'eatosi sin of ulii.ii Israel was found cuilty. Il i-i mi in all tlui's t. (led has ai.l le man with one heart, and every at I. 'nipt la i.ivila the ano. or lu have two. is injii ions to man's li'e. "You ean iihI Mo ve liod ai.d inamiiio;i." mi ran noi toiluA Chiist and sin. Iti.nlit eoiisness ailnii'- of n. i i oinproni ise. Il is hy .a.aipr M'ai e tiiai man lasts. in heevinim': a . Inld of tied. W hen the heart is divided hetweell j'a'od I and c v i 1 . Cod and Saiau, th.'U man is found guilty. I Tl:i is trae vilh renr i to pa- ! trio: i-m. Y. n ean not divide your j heart to serve two tl.lRs. You will j love tin- one and hate ill" .e her. I Whosoever does t.ot hue "Old Clol'y"! lir-t, does not hue il at all. The heart divide I. y e.i are guilty of t rea-j -on. " I Style 367 & IOW BUST America's Leading Corset accomplish the Waistless-Hipless Bustless figure-outlines: Fashion's latest decree. A model for every figure, (each exclusive for its purpose) combining Slenderness, Grace and Suppleness, with long-wear, VV. Ii. Nuform Corsets provide "Much Cor set for Little Money." ? WEINGARTEN" BKOS, Inc. Style 35S pun cir.iiFa NEW YORK CHICAGO I t d va- not nn iy 1 lit a!-o !o ma r: ;iai s v.l: I. train .: .le -e l, , .,,!;;. lilia.'ie II op. ii w i; .e k lint.': ti .a- ,.,.f i ..i.lii, il.i.tral.r "0S. HO Mil , ., , i lo re. he exclaimed a to tie ;ll oiiKtinu the niaiiv st:;u rlhie is expendi tures that we all know to exis" ill i's committee costs and oilier, th" solotss of the general assetnldy have appar ently iekeil on the university as tie "goal" in the linanrkil rccuup and are working it. to the limit. Wtit. ii fnr l.iftstalor-: lupin ''savinc" liy cuttinij down on education co.-ts i' i'11'' '" !'"' "j"1' .'" Is time for the general puMie to ask ' , ;; r wnvi in " .ue .hum: " - ,hlusl:il, ,,,,1,;, ,,, L , uar ! rash !: could get alota; Let cr wiho.it the hu, , was ,; , j efc . in . 1 1 1 . i nn ii . til. I'll, i in .'iu i " . t-i , ., . if , . t-i i lie 11! ro w tl. I can !i U a v. ! : I nit..! States. :oi-l u I a ri",v trial I m going to take m " I OO a id keep in t'liilUlt! ill. '1 he i- f tie . or!.! is a gnud ida.ee. nut ; l,o Cl'.icago. "1 am not looking for any it-en' NEW CHANCELLOR Could E? 3fittr. A writer says ii v a- ;iro!.al!y a kr.-pipe instead of a thldle that Nero playeil v!iil.. i:..i-.e w ; - t.ern t!:'s nositieii t'Tes i-eahly fii.-t tiiat iionrly all historians agree i the music was r "on. it is for this ; rea-oii we hav" -:::o); to the fiddle j 'henry. Nero hm- .". oiin!; ii,iisie;ail, i and v ails of t! . h::gti''pe are sweet- l ess itself eomp a'V! Cood vVord for the Parrot. I Te-t;. (...!, 'on.-ider the parrot a nm-nm a;. I :';,. la ieaeioiis hird has j Often e:. .a I 1, -a! s:ri;V, l.ut to i the la-. ' !;-. p. i -i.n 1.,. is an endless j Sonne , :' Ilt.. sr iM. II,. has nn in herent V. oai.' f a- pi'ofaiiliy, whi. U 's to'e. :!. a i rasii.e. f , ut a nr.in Who ha- out ta-iod .-: 1 ri t in aas lioiiors lu'ver i nn. s Ou m. and a parrot who bus tun l.;-,: p". r':;;i;l will in.t long; j lor it as t ho In v; ra'doim , ( expressliu; his s. f i . . i . I . . . : l , ,.,;. i '" ' : l e-p.'.a lie l'iu- "n the! ""'k' cui;i;i'i' and n linemeiit in lli U'.l..'. His Rinding of Proverb. I.Ittle Clarence had been bavin trouble with the hoy next door. "I h.i.i.i r.n ruiiii'iiitiiiri'il that fi sofr in. the sonitul it ' 1 ." " - .... the violin in the I. ineaiiii!' iimnreer. mis of a well- ping on v el'ai '.! la ' i versity. The condition at the univeraitv now little more than a month before i' onens its doors for the full term, is concisely: Poorly paid Instructors and not enough of them; no money to em ploy more and belter ones; inadequate laboratory and class room equipment ma'i nia-t i learn some ;im. , and i ve I-ar:' d m. ' : lesson." i In hjs cell at the ioli.-t jail .h 'in on ! said he had recoiled an offer to h h' Iieuip-oy for a divisional p;;:.-" id .,::oi!,oiiii. "Hut I'll take the huihest ,;h. r and ..hit ,.i,i- t i . i . ... Iii.. ...a in. .ii., - and sluice; nut enough books for com-1 t ' .: hi (fi h,1V(1,, , .p..p;,',,; T'n hensive work ami not the nece. ; V(.( ()u a 1,lal,.,lr,.r Th,.,.,. hilll. p,.,. nary (linns in iMtuip aim niiiiioaoi in" ,....,.1. lesreach bureaus the institution shou'0 have. There are other fauls, all i f -ood liuhts ii'illi d wit'io .i a : manager and I may not employed which could be remedies wi ll the in 1 ,,,, , obtai1 uu. tstiliJliou given tailhc. lit lunds. j ,.rty ilu,, ,i;i;(.'iy r ;!,.,.,v. Aim Willi inese eonuiiions eMsung.i ling in Chicago and that anion;'; hi- plan- for iae w el. would he an ev hildlion bout staged for the Pre-.- increase over any revious yi ar, and i , , ,. , , , i.-,.,a.,,. ..oo,, -u i r .... .., i' ......... ...... .... ;aiM lor uieiii. . . " could easily have healot, Jess mrause ot t.'i this year there will he an enrollment of more than 1 huuu students, a great vi ar, and gymna -nun. "I co.ilil easily have Wiilard in that Havana ll-hl." he in sisted. ") threw the li.rlit hi cause the W 1 1 l;i e.i hackers promised to l:x up my bond ami make possibleiuy -i urn to t he I ' n it States." low salaries, many of the most competent, men of the uni versity faculty have h ft or are leav ing for other positions, notably wiiu industrial concerns, where their knowledge along lines of research is .invaluable. Yet. bow much more a!-j liable would these men he to the slate ; largely hecause of the failure of the and the nation as a whole in their ! vol' r to think Ik fore lie scratch-. a former work of inst nn-t iug other:-. ballot. "lOvery civilized slate in the world! To tin man or woman v. ho .'.i-hos lias is rased th importance of research to "cume to the aid ot his parly" this Iroin the experiences of the war," said j fall the best suggestion i ; to vole. Dr. Kinley recently. "The. call of the : conscientiously in :he primary and day is Tor more production. More pre- then, provided oiioiigu other-, do like duction implies new discoveries, amliwbie. his party .ill have a ti.-k-'t new discoveries mean men trained t worth "aiding'' uln a the eleitinn make them. If the industries are al- j comes. loved to sap the research work of j universities by taking away their! Which Parent Worked Hard? stalls, the result, will be in a few! Two brothers were discussing whlrh years a dear'h of well trained invest i-; of . ,,..,., w,.k(,lt . i.anier. gators, even for tin induMrics. Thin j,,,,, ,.,!.,, ,,,,,t n, filtl.rM ,, ? "n,,,:i:7:l:?ra.m'. u:i'::r' j;. uy M B ,illv m n-.,. oin.e n tin- (i i ' 1 1 1 1 tit in iii ! "u 1 1 1 i . . i V 'j.I V i To Keep Milk Sweet. Wet an old I'ti'n napkin in cold water, wrap around milk bottle rath er loosely, pbi.'e in n shallow dish of eohl water and t i:, n -hady window. It works on the sane' p'au as the io. less t-, fi-i-'i'l-stor and will k-ep milk cold and sweet thr nigh n real hot day. swer tunie'h away wrath," said bisi mother. "I did," replied Clarence. "I threw a rotten hi i ! nt him !" . " " X ( PI 'A i T- Latest portrait of Dr. !'..:. .en bach, new Gercnn cbaucei;..--, who has been at .Spa for t.:i.o time, meeting the allied premi'Tf.' who are arranging tcrtij fvr t!io payment of reparation;;. NOTICE. S. P. Hail. Attorney. : .lane .-. V. s.i.le. I i.eeased i.- bt i '; gi'. t iiat tin utn .1. i ," - . o :'! of tlio la -t Wili -.!!. -rt of J line.-. Megiiad' . C '':!.'" of l., Sidle an I li.ino. . il, i"-;i-i d, will appear ' ;. i':,.i-..;e C.urt of sai I i :. ii!" hr.o Monday I heing the no i of Cv'tolio.-. i i;l. th"' t -ti ', r-..,ni. in ill' '.ui, in SULPHUR CLEARS UP ROUGH DR RED SI Face, Neck and Arms Easily Made Smooth, Says Specialist Any breaking cut of the skin, c - cu fiery, itching eczema, cm be quickly overcome by applying; a little Menthn Sulphur, declares a noted skin special ist. Because of its genu destroying properties, this sulphur preparation begins at once to soothe irritated skin and heal eruptions such as rash, pim ples and ring worm. it never fails to remove the torment and disfigurement, and you do not have At GODFREY'S CUT-PRICE GROCERY ion sac!- - I'a-iern Crinaiat'd Sugar $M.!)a I'lei-ty of ivmmo l.oaf Suear. Car Obi Wheal King tJ iailty Hour. !'l i. s.iCk.; li.CS Car Old W heal King Quality I lour, '' lh sacks 1.IH) anni ,d heitcr thiiii what ou ..re now u.ai or vour money bok t;.i!hii or lo lh. this K,,ro Syrup US HOT WEATHER GOODS Small boltle-' Wan k. .-ha Ciiigii' Ale 1.1 Large hollies Wan:.-. !..i (.itig-r Ale 2."i i.ai'go h, an. s i: .j r... r .- i iv holtl ,-- ( lii-ev Seii" . reipiiies no sugar L'll iloe Hi'e's IJiMt I leer e 1 ', a ' ! 1 It Lairgo , ill,-.: Mom i's White Crape .lb e 75 ! oitlos s.ih.d 1 'r. sii.g ' CU !." Iiot'les Salad life-; in.: I'M Kerndel! oiiso sai.ol for san.dwi. lu-. I!.", l'erudoll Thoii-and Island Salad iHos-ing 1.", to-ill cans litiest quality Sardine yon . v.r tasted. I cans "'J ' o i.ii's Smoked Salmon labels daiuagd, 111 HI .ion liins Van Camp's Spaghetti. ! ."to i-t.e, now 10 ."tin cans Chili Con Carne. pi-r can 10 ;'.l'i) lbs good ground Coffi ee, now oil sale, lb .2f Wanted- I'.Mra help; 1 .xpei ieticed man or woman. Apply in person. Chase t.- Sanborn's r.ostim Tens, and Coffees. Phone 123. T. R. GODFREY el. v.::ei o a,, pci. t0 wajt for rci;.f from embarrassment. or U'-'inanu-iiotiliod to at- Notice. Auction .-;.!.- of him ,-iiini Hr. i'r, ad'-. T.'J Coinin'm ; Tunsday, July 7, la.' . at I nip 1 1 to i-ame in winning lib day of .Inly. A lh IXli'.A McQCAI'l-:. K., ciilrix. means poorer lawyers, poori r doctors, ; find were always busy getting ready poorer chemists, poor.- engine., rs and; "r mtsiiu'ss tr.ps. .lac!: repped tnat less progress in America in till year-) 'be mothers worked nil day, too, and to come." couldn't stop ut six o'clock like the in- Perhaps this discussion does not an-; fliers ,l,( Put l,pd to keep right on peal to you a; a personal matter ye! working. it is. vi ally so. Although yon may ; not, he per: anally int. rested in yon,,-; university- that i-, tier" is no on"; NOTICE OF HEARING close to yen who is attending or has; CONFIRMATION, ii son or daughter in tlio inst Minion ! yet still it. is your peisonal iUcstiou! You ar.- hereby notiiii i thai on -lu'v Just '.lie same. It, is your university,' -'Tin, PC-t, the city ot in taw a. liliuoK the highest public school of our stat .. I ii.'ed a p.-titiou in the Cuiin'y Court Your money contributes to its upkeep. (,f l.a ;!,. CoentN. Illinois, prayiir: iitul, most import. int, the rnpre'eiita that, .-ti he laii a to levy a special tives you send lo the general assem- assi s.-motil lor ti.. local imprio emere lily will have a. vote on the (piestion if; of the all... in I'.lo'k '.". in States' Ad whether or no- the school is to receiv-- dition to do t it , of 1 e ,u ,,, illinoi , the support from the state ndequat e j by grading, draining aial Having th -to its maintenance. j same, in accordance with the statu' l!e sure I hat the n presentalivcs yo i of lo. Sia'e- of Illinoi. . an ordinance ilo semi believe in a. hieger, hetl.i'jel' tin City or (Mta-va. Il.inois. ,n state university and certainly hat vidiir.: for said iuijitovi meni ; the total they believe in an aib ipiati provision ! ci si being; tne sum ,f :;, t ! ii.O". ot for the maintenance of the institution i which the -1111 of ?!7'. '..", i-- n-.se.--se 1 us it new stand i. ; as puhlie lieiiehts; and uiiica procei d j ing is mow pending in -aid court; tnai I all assessment roll was tiled 111 sai l NOW IS THE TIME. pri ce-'ding.s In said court n duly ".nth. 1!'2U, said assessment hoing paid in ten installments, each bcirit-.g int'-r- r rent p- r Ptiges from Hie copy hooks of grade School days have spoken many a truth - hut th" gr. ale: ! of tin s, and the' est. al the rateot live I .1 most apphcanle today t, the i . 1 : 1 1 sy i-. annum. t ni adage, "Now is Cue line' for all. Your properly i.. a.-sis. i le rein a good men to ct in-' to the aid of their follows: patty." Willi, of course, the insertion Name of "and women" to tin u!l know iC 1 t script ion quotation. ' in liloek '.in in S'ates' Addition, to th With the national. Mate and count y I City of Ottawa, llliaoi i. flections Hearing, the "good man" o.j Tiie amount cf your assi ssni.-nl I- wonian will lulp his or her party best r- , which sum is di hy a study of conditions and when i vided into leu im tallnn nls. ihe lir. I the time roiiu s the cas ing of an in- inslalluu ut being . - , tclligent. ballot. and the nine succeeding ir.-tallmei'.: 1 in tin.' primaries .s this e specially ; tiemg - i-ai-.i true, for it. is then the represeiitiilives of th" political parly are chosen and if the selection is well made the pi,'-' erti'ago cf unintelligent voles east will not. be effective. The average voter can scratch the rooster or th" eagle or other party emblem without a qualm, if the ballot lists thereon only tho names of men competent, to represent '.ho party and the party members. That condition, however, has never )( :hi reached. It is to be hoped that jt will be this year. Uut until the millennium, the man who says the overage voter does vole intelligently, is wrong or the principals of democ racy are wrong, for we arc fur from Jdcul in our governmental system, and Application for the t oulit mat ion o'' said assessment will be made in said County Court, lo be held in lie County Court room, in the l tnmly Court House, in the City if Ottawa, Illinois, on the lii;h day of Aliens!. A. lh r.ltM, at ten o'clock a. m. or as soon Ili'Teat'lcr as Ihe business of (he Cciirt will permit. All persons Interested di 'iring lo do so, may hie objections in sail Court, before the day lastly above mentioned and may appear on tne hearing of said petition and make t heir defense. Dated at Ollnwa. Illinois, Julv I'.nl'i. !!)-. .IKXN'IK McAI.I.ISTKIl. Appointed to make said assessment. SI'VEN DAYS A WEEK ! IN ALL SEC TIONS OF THE WORLD! LAWYERS! FARMERS! PHYSICIANS! CONTRACT ORS! BANKERS! MECHANICS! MINIS TERS ! LABORERS ! HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF THEM! ARE WEAR ING THE EDMONDS "FOOT-FITTERS!" TI Hi. WORLD'S LEADING, ALL-ROUND, ALL-SEASON, BUSINESS - WORK - SEMi DRESS SHOE! "'FOOT- FITTERS" ARE "BUILT LIKE A FOOT." TI lAT'S WHY THEY FIT THE FEET ALL OVER "like the paper on a wall" and that's why we call 'em "FOOT-FIT-I ERS." Higher and narrower arch keeps foot from sliding forward! Narrower and shapely heel, seat and counter follow natural curvature of loot, thus holding it in position. The Fashion Shoe Parlors Main. Street Improvement quickly shows. Sufferers from skin trouble should obtain a small jar of Mentho-Sulphur from any pood druggist and use it like cold cream. AUCTION SALE!- At Dr. P. Fread's, 722 Columbus Slrect Tuesday, July 27 at l:.'!o p. m. of household goods consisting of dining room table, kitchen table. cabMi. l, gas stove, side-bonrd, chairs, couch, bedsteads, spriugs, mattivsse. rugs, etc. The .cimsnn l.ioM ".'.I" trart.r k!1 pr.'.l t"-o g&jf" P4 1 -tuh t'h-i-s ,.t ct t::i:s o.'il l ure 1 l-.'s .': J5' tl I Price $840 Cnntrlcte uith phi form, eru-r, miifcrn'.r, k,ht ll It ', bruvlfelx fur fun vpy tupuiul fcijutur i bll . f. o. b. Junvwillc, Wits, Repair Shop in Connection V Buick Cars j A Full J hio ni Accessories i JL Jft. -M. - W m ws f ' w Mers Motor Co, Columbus Street Ma V.U- -...- Phone 1125 f.-.';l vV-iS-v. .!!.'',.'.'A':i'i.w'ii::ii'''.i. A..