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OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNAL. TUESDAY, MARCH I9.M. FREE TRADER - JOURNAL AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER 118 West Main Street Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO. FRE:. TRADER JOURNAL PRINTING CO. W. H. OSMAN G. H, WOOLBBRT Publishers and General Manager Managing Editor L3eu NjQ. Mr,C M i WCE I N This HOuSS SIR I r 1 Member of the Associated Press. TERMS: Dally, one year In advance by carrier Dally, one year In advance, by mail, outside La 8n Dally, one year In advance, by niail, In La Salle Dully, per week, by carrier $5 00 . 4 60 4.00 ,10 ch , Too h Mve pe iMteiic n e t K A VERY 1 PICtCMT FOOT ATTACH MC5NJT IvMIC H - - Today's Markets ; j The Associated Praaa la exclusively entitled tri the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otberwisi credited to f li l. paper and also local news published here u Entered as second claas matter Mar 25, 19li wa, 111 . under the Act of Oct 3, 1917, at the Post OhVo at oita- TUESDAY. MARCH C9 1921, I '.Z'k 'L.-.....'" rr-SrV 1 HAS HIGH ENDORSEMENT. Thai intelligent!) era! in our grade sch i quentlv itrgetl in these 'hobrn " or "notii n." Trader-Journal, but is Lv an pditt irial in tin-1 ch in, ii ( letl! tout rate I tliai Ic highest v Itich l U'l' it - til t 1)11 CNIC5 OF TH03e,TC0 prise, n r e ii.nl take hlet ic anil 1 1 ee In in the i lit ii. "Thai was an unpleasant sin h ranted thai American lilt was a) an effete society, N lliat we kiv vv ii is noi tree and ha proved on a o mprehensive scale, it is up tu us n enrred it n correction slnniM ct ine in the sclb ols. "l .T child in the schools should have ph sical sttpen is regular exercise for the corrects n t f eaknesses and the lnnl of the constitution. Rxercise should he carried n lhnuu'1 and, for that matter, through life, hut during the educati ual and formative years it is especially important and fortunately can be prescribed "A system of prescribed courses in general physical exercise should be adopted throughout the country." It is too late for the B afd t f Education to give the matter proper attention and to make suitable provision for the physical pan f the education of the children of the ward schr Is this year, but unless steps arc taken in thai direction for work to I i WEEKLY REVIEW GRAIN MARKET Chicago, March 28. Declining pric es hi lai'tu products have ibis week i i 1 1 1 1 ( ; foi Ma; delivery of w heat, Disturbed t'cononiii couditiona, bearish reports ,M in,l were lactoi pared with a week ago wheat this ilin it ' y i n-' for 11 I ill . Sin ovel ihii word was cin uluted tliat Brit- irovernmenl holding of wheat snort seumg Sttidebaker, Mexican Petroleum, Crucible Steel, American Locomotive, American Woolen and Consolidated textile were lower by large fractions to 1 points Motor specialties particularly the rubber tire division also eased and coppers and sugars reflect! d u lui k of aim mm ICK- n fiOlUMH IweShck .March .'!' Hogs. 24,000; 14,101; slow; drat sales, lieifluttl weight about like close; l.")c to L'.'io lower day's average; ICCO paid quality mostly good ; aver isterday, 9 45. I Mm Si I rroaucei in. i a Kent, on ret n : ii ii,: I coin m i evening, said to bin wife th waj Is no light w eight ; mi wants in know If wi' uallt , the ' Spring) lino" show ni tin ni as bea US thai 1 1 THE COL D SPRING. To be real appropriate to the season 16 participants Ifl the play should hi overcoats. While awultliiR for ii stroi I car at corner, Sunday, a local minister in dgod m a hit oi conversation with a mm man, both unknown to each M. i reanverj I Eggs, higher; i firsts 24V4 o Ir.is 43 V Btandai d 38 cases OUR NEIGHBOR SAYS: sts -4 'oSnrni, 29: "Hera I am, woikiccj In the garden, and that okl bus of mine needs eer- 1 22 1 i c i se : Potatoes. o, .March 29 Potatoes, 3: ad) ; northern white aackei k i (Oi l,ao c.w t . t nti.--.it. t Ohioa sacked 1.60 I 80 cwt Marseilles News GRAIN MARKETS SHOW UPTURN urdin. The Leslie Jtidi s Co publishers of "Judge" magazine, has went to Hn wall, which proves thai even oke writers occasionally buck ap against a 1 1 RICHES. O happy Hay1 Today I thought My purse was to the bad And then I found a quarter that I didn't know I had. MARY MACARTHUK Office Phone, Black 176. House Phone, Black 85. Off ce over Star Theatre. TUESDAY, MARCH 29 1921. t bl ; f?0, the price of wheat A reading ex rt however, declared thai unless Chicago market report (urntsned r) u. w. Ktrby, manager Blmoua, Oat :- liui V12 Moloney Hullding Phone 4. We'll tell no tal Play me no jo Ah. two bits qu sSer Oy, ovely thing' Wheat V Prev Rem mber, lth. Low Close e;.. away back, when- What's the Matter ' What's Matter ' fami 9 Johnson, w lm work iCL'in IK'Xt I 'all (!"''K'' U'b'. was arrest, ! last ing tor oemg uruns and a rratgr Si lit d b v sufficient to dease the 0 144U and July 126 to lV were sui'eeiieii iiv pniin-i taiii.s hii May .11 I 1 . I. I . 1 .! 111. I . . . , - ' ' I . ine noaro are not uoing men uni i ine cniuircn, it is noi a rati t.(, Magistrate Nlcholvon this morn- oumty rerresnments oi nricK i uy sonve reaction or "fancy", nor a subject to be dismissed by a statement that the ! !"B L "", wer'Wrved nUmt 'with some verv Com sy-iupathh ffrade scholars lilav such Strenuous eames as "Rine n itnd the pool room and while Intoxicated broke line coffee, the younger women acting i,ieher incliuHng Rosy." or "Lund' n Bridge," or even undergo the violent exercise i t ulldins ' u t wncd l writing on the blackboard, The highest authorities agree that the Brtswlng company. Ml 1 1 W lleut se in athleti American child and youth needs a nrogressive fjuito as n inch as he does in any 1 d the "three R.'s" if lie is to I ieo une the true American we were vain enough to believe he was until the draii caused the "show down." If the disgrace of 1017 is possible at a future time it is the various hoards of education who will be hfai acci mutable, 111 OH had tert. i.itio a Trac Harrii 1 , delightful tiiu Cas l-SI Oil Street";. Th tions tie- wo 1 1 market eased off a little and tnen Corn hardened again. Oats were firmer I No. II mixed tuaki with other cereals starting nn No 1 mixed hanKcd to ',c higher, .May 40 lo No 3 yellow 11-41, and continuing to average No. 4 yellow Ottawa IJbrntv association .is A young lady in a local store says that she thinks her beauty is begin ning to fade as the men are begin ning to count their change when they leave the counter. O TODAY'S LIMERICK. ngti W'h Artificial Heat. WILL FARMERS ENTER THE POOL? A conference oi the farmers association is in nicago, pril Lth. at which nine the grain n appointed at a recent Kansas City meeting, wi relative to some plan f r concerted action. Accordin made by i. II. Gmstafson, chairman of the commit! provides for a tin n-stock, 11011 profil -baring plan, ci ntract to ell all of their surplus 1 f grains to the N ing association during a period of five years, and wil each for membership therein. It is estimated that 1,000,000 members, and on tins basis a pool of $10 raised for the use oi the marketing commjttee in the business, The plan provides that the farmer can o market, -ell direct t' his co-01 erative elevat r ir entt submit it-- repi irl th,- tionai Mat ci mtribute here will This ml making Cre, Celebrate B'oO tr. ami Mrs W II Street. No. New York. .March ;. Although ov- ,, emlght advices, especially as to in- CASH MARKETS Birthday, tors oils, buccos we ck market Mo WALLACE grain markets eal n.4; - 1 ved Oat Corn 1 No 2 while . :,: know what you mean lean "Springtime" that's to- 1 1 ' 1 ago clothing manufacturers now :o cut wages. Wny not ' They penciled cutters CHARITY. ;rtam District I. O. O. F. t niekl UTICA No. 4 ,49 RUCKRIGEL'S ELEVATOR Wheat .... St .rnv worn leh itry oi a lo- " p;cKc 1 up 'n ih feet anded it to leve this la the feet f ?lects tt enter a poi .1 he v ill h a pt 11 1. 1 1 he I oru,iie-, price at w hich ! of the bi o, is to he sold. I lis pri rating method Oil the basis of th natu nal marketinc aiiicx . t 1 he ueri '11111 of Lr1 in tin ' .une ; ram .111 pa 1 1.-. rirt and man) places ma le tli district. The meeting waa held In the Coll- wltn Mr and spending the weei er In t Ulca. Krnest Woodburj Kohl to Move Printery. Mr, and .Mrs. Bd Myers. Mr. and Mr; ding mi Commercial street Clark Cary, Mr and .Mrs Lloyd Pear- l lie outline 1 1 tlie plan winch will lie cmli the cnmntittee seem, too ambiguous to bu espi the farmers in this vicinjtj will undoubtedh ai formation it'1 m the 1 hicago conference hefnn serious v, especially the feature relating in dn re specific the ma Th MAKE PLANS IN PARIS FOR MEMORIAL DAY GERMAN FILM STARS DEMAND BIG PAY ll'l'let Was Ml VI 1 i's' bail, and the tables ly decorated with 1 ai gs. and the Odd I'Vllo ivy, dressing, plckjes, in 1) will be vill go i be the 'rinting ham No. t white 5 No, i yellov SOUTH OTTAWA ELEVATOR He was startled wlten he beard a third coin drop, BO he thrust bis bands into his trousers' pocket and felt a n La al 1 11 touay, aim atef gunda issesaion. 11 epulrs on th Ills buslnesi rhi no Paris, March 28. Plans for Me morial day and commemorative ex ercises throughout France in honor of America's dead who lie in French In, Mi tun a made towai ,11. have, been considered by the The movlnR plctui making this annoum emeni list of salaries which they gavi 1 leve though the work is ., hoi employed Ii w ell k now n 1 few women res arly. it is said, pay for first el ma rk s dally u unary to bin- e era by "the ; lei ar contracts 30,000 marks at American Memorial day fcommltt at a meeting held at the American ijjdglon U"ad(iiarter-. Tliis general committee unites, un der the honorary presidency of Am ha. sador IIukIi (' Wallace virtually all American activities In France, in- hiding tile embassy, the various COB sulates graves registration service. American Legion and auxiliary. Red Cross, Young Men's Christian asso ciation. Young Women's Christian as sociatioii. Knights of Columbus, Jew Ian WelUro. the American churches, American Chamber of Commerce, Ann-ri in hospital. Women's club, th- Kraiico-Aiiierican Welfare and the ,'siio-i 11 an public at large. Following tin- program adopted last year, Ums committee will provide for the p lacing of flowers or a Wreath on very fijvi- 111 nance ami win organ been put mulm the ban h irl t ize appropriate exercises at all of ih-nt at Soldan High BChool hl the principal military and civil ri'in Their new "unwritten law" ROVemil eterles where American dead are bttr p rsona! Bdom men! i- helnc In r led. Due to the generous contributions miule last year, the comtnittee finds that the funds on hand for this year's ceremonies are ample to cover the prospective expenses of the program panics. 111 : Oi kali itlii 1 hekabs served the ,Vi 1 Attorney Mean oi on 1 he good 1 1 the of the gn itesl mil .r held In the r mm. Ing ill be on May ' I , e the 1 rack degrei I Loca! Notes. Kohrt- waa In Morris last 1 a member of the Morris Mrs Kd Madden spent ening visiting with friends in Otta- Mrs. Whipple of La Salle attended the tuner, ii of the late .lames Currte Of Waltham Sunday. Mrs Allien Schomas and children of Jollet are visiting her mother, Mrs. Maty Shanley. Willie Peters returned home to Chicago alter visiting with his grand mother. .Mrs H. Hoppe, for the last Wh-a No. No, No t:! OPEN THEATER WHICH IS DEDICATED TO THE LATE MARK A. HANNA LOCAL MARKETS I. a 1 John White .Monday. Mrs, .lames hill and Mrs. Salle visitors , a caller In Otta wa Bill, Mra. l J. Ca rn Ruseeil were La a caller in I. a Salle 1 1 , ntertamtng s ween and Mr-. M Kncei 8J i it themselves by ROUGE TO BE BANNED Reception for Bride. There were ixi presi.it at th re j ci 1 nun 1 v-11 at the Congregational pal on age yesiernay aiietuoim in inei ( -;,- t, . ,,f th AT ST. LOUIS HIGH , IT Hoopei since Bstvrday evening. A- St. IahIs, Mo. March 2S Rouge well . gdoi wi ' Hie guests pre- md extreme rashion in ilres have I .nteil voflftS Mra. Him.i. r with a . , M Mati 1.01,1 aiting a.- speaker tor th Misses Vtra and Charlotte Croslar Mtldn d Morrissey and Florence lit -gerald were La Salle callera Mondnj afternoon. Mr Whit.- of La Salle attended ti I usiness In Ctlca today Mrs ('has. Flynn was a shopper ll La Salle today Mr (tsitoch of Aurora made a bus) Bess trip to Cttca today. Mr. and Mrs William Mickey spent Sunday afternoon With their son liulter, 3 Springer Ducks. 2 (leese, 1 Young 1 1 Stags, !Wc. Old roosters, lie Old Toms. 20c. flufneas, 35c Pigeons, 5c vs. 30c, POLICE IN OMAHA TO USE AEROPLANES Cleveland Dedicated n the mem ory oi the late United States Senator M. A. Hanna, whose name for a tjuar- I ter Of a century stood for the highest. I ideals In Cleveland theatrical ciftHes ! and who was the drama's best patron in Cleveland, the Hanna theater win I be opened her,, Monday night It is built by Senator Hanna's son, l. R, Hanna. The new playhouse is in the great I m w Hanna building and annex at j Kuciid avenue and Fast Fourteenth street. The p ltcy "i the new theater. It is j announced, will be the presentation ! of strictly high class offerings, the Bsc kind Sen. Hanna always Insisted upon ! during bis twenty-lhe years' owner ship of the ICuclld avenue opera 1 be an illusir.it. -ii lecture on i,.,.,,,,,,,,! whn is in St Ma to Mi lo rigidly, acci Bristol, dean o! Tie moveme i.ig sisiers, an organisation of about .'" gins at tu- institution, wiu pro tmtH vm Itini uieit in... a... 1 ......1 ' Leave Your Orders Early. For Orsinger'a brick Ire 1 ream, at Siger a n,.ke-i's Red Fnmt L'lgar tor 1 Ci der the auspices of the Mission I'niv. r-ali-t cliiitch on Japan .Mi admission, inn a 0u.1v. llit;I s.tHl. tton will bt luktaui asual The pub- Mrs Wiiiiam .Moloney v lie 19 coriiiany mvitea m auenu an i . i)v snare in - pleasure in inn one .01 vtargan 1 Rrett iti r returned Qaleeburg this evening to re Brno het -1 ah In Km x college. without fruit lii the morning. Most us ,1,,1,-t 1,.... r 1. .,..,1 . 1...-- noon nn-iore announces mat no appeal -.'" ' "!'" " PWiwnai ante o, ,.,,,,, v .,-,,,. a ,.,. , lm ,.. , ,M , ,.,.,., will M made to the public by the eonimiltee for funds for the ccremon s of I9li To Avoid the Spring Rush , early ith your tin 9 and Indorse-1 to our repair shop on th" south sid md friends In 1 a Salle . ' terday. Mrs Connerton visited fiend La Salle today. Mrs. Tom Qlancy and Mis- Margt et Qlancy visited with friends Fri.,1 in th llnrnlnil Ml - Cliatlotte t 1 1 Tl 1 1) ' II ! Don't make the mistake of going Mat.,e til.mey alt-, I the show at t itiv; Utem police power In .m hn s. ,11, llleale Mil, iv all,.,- - ' B t " ,.l ,.. 11 Ii-, ...netv le.Pfl William Paversham and his com- I pany will open the theater Monday nighl wuii a dramatisation of Mark Omaha, Neb, March i's Airplane' , Tw;ljn s ..Th(, prtnQm , 1ail. are to le cwled on lor regular ts.. b) , ,. ,1... ,,...')... ....n .., ........ I pel "' I'OI"'- "e,a o. ... ,e,,,:, .1 -, ,., ... . ly distinctive among the many new theaters that h ive recently sprung up in Cleveland's new Rlatto district, tak ing advantage of all modern improve- Chlef Eberstein 1 "icni s m loenier cousit ucnou ami ei- This becalm known after 'he po -I egance. lice department had borrowed an air-' Lee ami J. S, Shubert and Crosby Plane to run dow n robbers who had j Oaige an- lessees and managers, unit bank at Ren, Mo., Dm te house manager s I S Hale, lung b of Omaha ! manager oi the Bhuhert-t'olonlal the- --ary to depnti" t w :i j ater here. ; While t In i it v i - not yet en ired to ad I the machines lo Its police equipment, arrangements hav n i made for the use oi planes oi a prl Vate company, according to Police r broken In Ml It ai'l Betwixt and Between. arter othi r societies sa 1 ment, the rrmalnder if (he indent of Lincoln street, on body feii in line. ' Mala We do nil kind; In addition to warritit nti exagger of tubes and Mres, at ""I - 1 ana iu.iiiirai t 1 ei ,,.m ' t -.-u- v., 11 at inn time, and guar ml Mi ea Catherine (1 I .. .. - - - ...rt.... 1 . 0..0.. . ...... ih.,.. ... ..... ....... . ,.... 1 limil mmmici ,-ane i .ioei.s block from " "" "'' Indav 1 m, .;,. Estlng frtllt for breakfast Is largely . ,, , ,, ... ... P , .. , , micani ing . Frank plcCooey, E .1 I ary and Er- Hill he 'lei " an ,,v were husin,- ,,r, , I itie n.-ipilt iw ir yiMi Itnd no break-1 , ., .,' -- - -- 1 .a piiier nn - 1 lersteln said he believed that 11 of planes for police wnrl greatly to it-- eaUeh ncy, 1 cases of lunrgaas.j srheri was required. Little Mary Is 7 and feels tierslplf Id Mili t Id to Indulge In the games played bj her 5-yesr-old sister mid U not ' "" i t"l' rated In the pll) of tier sister of 11. Sadly commenting upon her fate, a ..i ti ., , . i-oe sun uic inner uav, "mere does " VoSfo : " i M' 1 ;' K' ' ViS8 I l:i ,","l'"'te ""l,ut s"llie su,t mi J. S. Antle shopped In La SaW Tf, n XVant Ad in Ml FVe -a(jer i -" " "Wthlog for middla- ... - - w . . , 1MM 11 D. L COOPER j Monday, i Journal tor Quick Results. 1 c. . ; :s like me to Uu.'