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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1121.
Ottawa rrifete tuaii:k-jonmt ufHTrnum iv, amoi r ARE DISCUSSED AT 6 iDTlas ST. FRANCIS' DRAMA PRAIRIE DIVISION CLUB SCORES HIT TO HOLD REUNION AT CAPITAL 5AIUKUAT C. OF C. MEEIN Mrs T .1 Won for Now "or visit tor III m I ,11 It'll till:'. Ii whore she uxi i line, ttdfl II bust (Continued from page J'l OU I" "I , vvilkim . i I! q SENDS NEW NOTES TURKS COMPLETELY UN JAr MAWUA I CO lain in Mattes Hi (i Mile nil'' o itood. Vt:r Mai VVashltiKton, p mi ihe subject ol i ...i.i b the Unit in, in to tho bovi New notes ,i, i have been Junun 3 MAYiin Wi EKS Hi I ivi R8 AD - - Rfc" PORTS ON TRIP I'1 CON QRE88 AT WASHINGTON. profes inn a Clin ar,o vi many inuni i i ki h - I aclort in 1 Ii" '" u nno and realistic villain and 'l 1 1 1 - day in 1 meant! Or. .i w PottH i"'1 ,,l , t t,i Chh lipo toil James l' Oatlln lliiii ruin;', on u '"i MISS AT SESSION LA81 NIGHT , Hi-li-mi Swift ,tav in flH', ii'," Iter today. , . ,ii llll' UN' T 'HI" 1 irtod yesterday lor l.a Himbhltis. n I Members ol ' loiipti nj 1 were with i i iii, mi outfit n H" s are plan . n ,.ai titno Vprll it al Sprint hut 1 1 i.i ...i I,,, ('inn illi lulon u ill Is Ml i inanities to b urn .i iiu'iiilii'i Italy. le matin bold .i reunion an 1 1 ninlti Roiiin reunion. If ! I The notes are hu tl i" be similar, isiuii hu- 1 1 ii ii.i t' i ii t-r mom in the receipt of Japan's . ,,,, in ,i merlean note tl i ii.nnn'i mandato ti m nnrr-u TOOftni i;r tUr lant r i nwuro Caii . April ii i 'I patches received In oflh i.ii clrcb In I'urls confirm Ibi flrook i roopi In the Urn: u seel inn tl Asia Minor, whero ihe entire north orn Greek m in) has been obliged 1 i I'l l l',ll Mobil i.utlon ' r three additional on mi replj ti protosti CBB III, u new of- it; al Ii iii pari I" in il has I" Al n meeting ol the director i of the iChsmbcc of Commerce In i nl?bl u number or vi'i'v Important matti i i were taken up, the chief ol which wuh a report i Vlayor OeorKi ' " W,ni'l:- on the deep watorwaj 1 onven lion w hi' li ho attnndi 'I i'1 Vvti bint inn, I), c . a report ol the i halrmai nf the waterwaj dlvli Inn, u n porl o t,ii i playground committee, the Root roads committee, together with oiiu matters pi rtalning to inanufai turln Industrli i, publh Itj und tout i I . am tho annual race meet for Ottawa Ii July, The mayor gave an Interesting lal nil I hf il'i'.si'lit plan l"i a deep atoi way through tin' mi' contemplates the denpenin minor river through Ottti nectlng up Ihe St, Uiwren from Ihe gteal lakei to th Mexh o The oonventlon ivi Washington, I ' C. und w Miss A i, Orath i rii in,, main . -lull plus Trc Ffoqram . . ',1,1,1 iii i ' ' 1 1 I . 1 1 i d t ' " ' I 1 ) I 1 1 I l ill, 1 Itoutt ilv. Weherei was one ol the ,v nt.-mt what 411 t- plni I I i'rti , V'l ' v ellavitcters In the play Our program i 1Kb a lliltirl plnycd lite port ot ten del of real roon , y I,, . iiinii miLKiiiK iii i, in mini 1 tin. v, iwn, law and petv hotel Bprlngfloia uerwarn a e , ,n able in. in ; riir fdiort talks ti"i 1 1" echea con .., mm a ! . bul ii 'Vi' FOR QUICK RSStrbTB TRT TH1 v.' i. I.roitd enough t" "VVANT A DS" IN TUB PRBB "i i whi growltif! TRADEaV-JOUrtNAU Wondarful Pada. MR v Dason. I" Itangnon.' whnxn fHtne In tin worln or uuoanum is it, Imt n i'nlitlietlieil dOCDt w hit si I'hi.iuki i,, slid. It la via- li.i.' for miles h tribute to the re Uglous vial nf a former king. Notice. Mr B, B Gladfelter and Mrs. Ry i in ter will entertain the Ladles' Aux iii n of the Congregational church luncheon Prldaj The afternoon will bo devoted to sewing. Notice. , m ior's bfflce Is now open at 717 I. a Balle htroel over tiuncan'a drug irld WhT of lot n given h last OVI tnd Mr Pergui i as u li in, Misi Arreted and lurrows, of Morrl valley. hleh '" M ,1'in'ii i , ii., ii j. itrown UiMr.eand" Mri B. W, Osterkamp ol Minn are the ari nts ol a baby !, i vt r ti 1. 1 l amp was for ' Li.. . , Ham. the daugh .i i,s i". G i Krhua "I l',rl1 was Purrtican of North Otta ,,. tn riiicago for Mi nhan of Chlca gressmen. In tall, in.- oi i nt - i Madlgnn hIiIi-Ii l being fostered by the stale mHH Katlu ,, iiii,,,,;,, i,.. unlit i,,, I,.,,., linen visit i "There wan a large number of dele j Mr . Hannah Karrell, B12 Washing guif.i from the thirty live tate ",a I ton street for the nasi several wee-si urn inciunen in Hi" ui' a M'l" " i I,.,., ,.,.,, i,d t" tn-r lioion in ."i Edward wnito oi an Ottawa vi I t.or y storday. ,lr. ami K : tr Kiloon of Chicago are vi mug i" "I attended the convention al Ixmls a year ago. and was at Ihe W i ii yesterda: men most lntoiosted In ihl plan come . , ,r u V forrlc of Peoria, from Hie St. I ouls dlstrh t, and ft Om of tin' ehlel arguments for atlvo- eating tb" use i f water tran portatlon was to eliminate the long haul from 1 1,. 1 coast and back to the South. pearetl that the main olij i.iiaiin 1 u" '", ... Ill" i mi' 'i , ' "" i" . , I k I ., ... f Hi" asRoclati u , A ' , . nn able man. r,- lu,rt talks l.ot speechea con- .,,.,,,, oass B rtr r- vi i.'i which . S Wm m " ' ,: .1- ' ' ". ' "i , i mm x ,,,,,.1 .'.ail," i i 1 Doa Owners, Aitcinn wA .;st- tfm, m 1 I i i f. i i ! i f - I KEEEP 'EM OUT j it icaiHui .... r- (- r (Mill I n i I OlUu vv uivihiu SUES FOR SEPARATION I 'hat m . . e Jeffn-'s are If fc a rA AT DUEHLER j Drothers SPECIAL SALE THURSDAY. ft cabinet by the Swiss rovbh It.nplutlll Will lll'l lllH II" ..... ' ...' tnrmor I . I n I ' I ' I ' 1 1 I 'll I ' I ' ' irnin hi. I. tun- 10 inn riiii dumlii this would help the opening of Ihe visiting ' . route from the areat Ink. . and vhlle Lynrh In Ihl cit th.. untii r 1 1 -,-,1 . i nn i ii roneldorefl. Hie general i pinion I that Ottawa rrlemts the Illinois valloy through Ottawa I Mr. and Mri the onl) feasiblo route i lial can b mr Margare a ns.d Bvell With til" ian Cri'fli ' i is visil n sniiivni I daugh-! i if i (in lost ,: livlna with her grandmothei In this Bubjocl has many - u mini Mri lor our oonalderation. Wt maat, Wir no tnit otirjjdxoj ft'o',."fi'il Want It, but a gtu when of how It will come or wh n the days, government ,i ill mal t ho hundred million dollars approi rlatlon is Bom ihlnr Hint wo cannot tell nt.il" tiling i" i ont Ider i - the providing i I j a im for Hi" Illinois river brldgi . B' torn ii'o inn all esjjm'f .Vmuntl of this win r wa ma . cmint 000, but ii would be safe to i." ( perhaps al this tim f (Ml BL00M-NGT0N PAPER LAUDS ROADS HERE DAMAGE CASE GOES ON TRIAL THIS A. M. ami Frances Met 'on villi ' D'SPLAVSMyiu'FfsH that's better lhan swattitn; them on the new wall paper and the fresh cust ard pie The warm days will brim them out in droves, so fix the doors and windows. We have all kinds of screen ing, door springs, etc. The prices art-low. S.S.PEARSON'S J Why pay more for meats when we can sell you f f the best for less money than you can buy else- g J where. We do not allow our competitors to f S undersell us. S . I S Fresh ground hamburger, lb 2c 4 5 . . j Fresh spareribs. per lb. 11c j f ; 1 i Liberty Nut butterine, lb 20c A ! r Compound lard, per lb 9c 9 A rf Native steer beef round steak, lb. . Native steer beef shoulder. r. n i i 11 f Kouna siean, per to 4 A C..n. ,s , .... - . , V -a f ! m kUgCil tui Ji tui uvu av- 18c 14c 6c g Q Q PC ADQAM. I i Cottage hams, sugar cured and hickory i a.O.lLfllVWn 0 I srnoked, ib 25c SONS I gliced bt;ed ham, lb 25c I HARDWARE I f-5'"1-'11 brick cheese, lb 22c and Sheet Metal I 2 a u ..f f.,u cTZ tl..,j i ir-.j.. A r All kinds of fresh fisJi Thursday and Friday f following porti 'I which gal" tl at N" lot ! this Mil.. P li is DEMANDS INQUIRY OF HIGHWAY DEPT T-mmmmammmamma morce wh m a trip by water from 1 in f,hleaf ,lol iii canal l rip vi CLAIMS $20,000 FOR USING ELKS" BEAUTY MERRICK TO ACCEPT PARIS APPOINTMEN nation Bl Jollet, l a Poorla, and Ol port on twnni i to m ,ii ana eh lor S : ' Clarence Orlggs taisett that had been 4one on i Ing the city and th" gotsl have benn obtained along the highway e.omml siom took up Hm matter "i tin I, a Sail" county stood 1 haul road program. A ri Introduced ug tl Ing t man of the road on I u comity Bupcrintndi nt ol appointed as o commliie qulrles of t'l" state nig menl as to whit action tended to tal on gn nard roads this sunitm cause of delay In compte ror a new brldgo acrt rivrr. The playgrottd qui U up and it was decided ti regular mei April 29, at in charge o t have a eomtiote pi.' " " CohsldWatlOft. A i'. nera conn 'W.-ts select 'I o Work Otlt ' I1" for tins m ting and dev Ise t n plan for furtht ting the woi this line A report from Ihis fl,v,s" ' plan for a cleanup nay 1 outlined, showing thai the com ' , charge of Mrs. p. K Hook hai dt finite plans to contlnui tnt I the rcpulaiion iHil Ottawa i i being oho t,; the en ane 1 I Illinois. i fli" dueatlon ol mldlng a raci jB h"i" during the um I liicncht Bp and vliil" li ...i r ,.r,v that ihi amu M evi "' r , a .., ... Ill,, , i 111, I, I ,1 ,, I ,' , r 1 .' ' " ' ' . 1 I I, , . !,.,,, , IK I . . I'll, ,. ,'t '. . 'I ll HI" nni mm "' ii"." ' ,as Interest-1 at 25,OTe eariy inuprtiing. i if this Wind Hvory Btabh . drug pool roo NEW PRINTING CO. IS INCORPORATED HER I which time the division ,. i. able V. O tin. Harn I MICHEL WINS PEORIA MAYORALTY RACE i T(uUiy I Your Boy's Spring Suit ow Loim SI MM ' I Wear? , w ft 1S A a t7. tjm Hi rlic l I lenlev presents Mrs. Sidney Drew's adaptation of "The Gay Old Dog' Edna Ferber also A Century Comedy "Trouble Bubbles Adii'ts 15c. Children tl 9 fi - W CATLIN. ILL.5EARLY WIPED ft BY FIRE USine in" in a It was re nor let IVH" ti foot to LI 4 tin and .. sin.,, re, from Set r MF.a . o, s,,;, w X . iarv Carroll on tie meeung urc h.i vi.i-r.v , . ' 1 ' , ' I L' .; . , s,' , ,.i March , llda meetlm . I ,nd aAverttslug Man Chamber of Comtner . ,,,,1 ill,' is .. .... ..i.i ,.i,... ii mi ihte aid, they township hu ;,id ..i fed lite aklng the initiative tags merv destroyifcnd a gar- in. ii. : a.:' ,ii, 'i "i" ..'ii'ii' .,.',., .socia-j oil. Several automci were de- .. , .1 I..,. ..... I. ...I ;.. lion for this purrd.se. s'roywi im " r. turn lot mi i nunm fire ferny trom Other matters onsWerea wei i , , h , .:-... ftMiHi -t-1 litii ii ill' "ii" loX for .iion. ,omi.o;n,'., Moiv,, from lion from the National - -oi i.iti' Railroad Heeunui i ii I I ' T : i . I . i:"i ' e8eetee9eeeec :l-l,itli n 111 iplcte ru tl raoticf . i terUln the Methodlsl. id.ii meet I oft i"i Way, I and Tomorrow DOROTHY G I S H IN "REMODELING HER HUSBAND." fhe funniest girl on the screen m a pi litre ni.idr of soliil i4 ne:.f aeee!c t. e K e e e e i e 9 I At X i fair 1 Ik answer is as long as the trousers wen ! VV all know that sliding bases, climbing fen ces, playing football or marbles, usually it's'.ilt in ruined suits, ruined because the pants are torn, worn or in such a mu spotted state as to be unfit for school wear. Why not Double t!ir I ,ife ol the suit by getting an iii mmWm A extra pair of pants? STIEFEL'S Ms&J kwac. -'vf new spring suits for boys are not If v pf . i ii.i only moaeraieiy pricea dui nave two good reasons for long wear. First, they have an extra pair of pants. Second, they arc wool. Lest quality, and hand-tailored. Boys" Wool Suits -- 2 Pair of Pants $12 and $20 ft t - r J cL 77i e GfMaifyOtunB li MtewM m siiiii't" nic luacheon UI be h 3L