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TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921.
Page four. I y. s. PHiLOSor cv r SOCIETY TO HEAR WIDE RANGE OF TALK 'I' to present him with a port fall The Burning Question f the imv.iI n, i irali. (OHetltSr Willi "1 Hi" h tWf tn the llHttMlrial World um lila medals, u Unit of his thai of the open vs. ihalllosed she. an and ,i 1 1 1 1 in i r ol lotiers from ill be dabaiod li) repratfentatlves ushlngtoii to his wife, , gcu4enfj of the Northwestern Co lego uiiil of Pleasant View Luther i'oi leg, al Hie latter Inst it itVlon on 1'rl Don 1 ' day . pi il 22, at s p. u. So one inter ilss tho big dance ul itrmory Wednes- osted In Die goclul problaas of todfe) ay, April 80th, Music U Johnson's should ini .s Hit: debate.l An admis rchestra. ' I loll of '' ci ut - ill he clftrged, SPRING FOOTBALL! Is He Worth It; OTTAWA FHKE IIUR - JOURXAi; iY IS INAUGURATED AT $50 reward for information leading to the ar- 1 5 i rest run! conviction of any one breaking gow- j J , TJ t i ij er line insulation r otherwise destroying property of the C. O. & P. Ry. Co. J t 8 n ND "PR I T H A T C; liOCAL HIGH SCHOO H RE Ej5 COACH SMITH DETERMINED TO TURN OUT WINNING TEAM THIRTY HUSKIES REPORT FOR; DUTY AS CALL FOR VOLUN TEERS IS ISSUED. A football team capable t' trim ming anything i the state nexl sptmon, wiili tin1 imash and bang 01 h bin college play li the goal bolng Bel at Ottawa liiKli school by Coach Smith. For the first time In many years, athletes are lieinn pushed thru a strenuous spring practice, In prep aration for tho bin gridiron season ol i 122 Every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday night, for the las) three weeks tin' coach iiaw been consistent ly pounding and driving al thirty bus jy prospects and indications point, to a different showing next year, With only one thins; In mind, a champion ship eleven representing the red ana White of 0, H. S., Coach Bmith and )iin charges are getting an early Btari by taking advantage of the prevailing fine weather. Tlmt Sniltb will turn out ;i real football squad iii'xt season may be isVldenced by the fact that the lightest man on the teatn will ti he beam at 14T. pounds while the heaviest will reach 220 The linemen on an av rage (11 reach 155 pounds, making the jprMpecta splendid. Big huskies, some wljb refused to turn mi during the rc-l tent season, have responded to tbe fall for aspifants and things are be ginning to look natural back ol the blgh Bchopl on King field doing across the line from lefl end to right, tlicrp is Moss, a milk-fed husky, from the farm, weighing 151 pounds. Leland at a tackle, who will reach 160, Calkins al a guard tipping Hie si-ale- ot 188 pounds and Crowden at renter weighing 165. n the other side of the line Smith can. boaal ol n heavier bunch of men. Al nWiti guard he has Jobst. the beefy lad, wTin is showinR considerable speed and Who weighs 220 pounds Nex! tackle Anthram at 165 and e Burns at 160 or Frailer at li b end. With such a line there Bl be no team in the state capable i leating the local squad next yea In the backfleld, the men an 80 heavy, but are crafty and B enough to carry them through the aid of such a heavy line Ci booked to play quarterback Carey and Farrell will take the h with Meckenstock at full back, rell weighs 14s pounds while Me stock can reach W0. Besides these men. Smith has prospects in Looney, Davidson an gan. three men capable of -i-at least 150 pounds. Now tor the next season. (her MAGNETS STUMPED ON OTTAWA DATE Word In regard to a game with the Chicago Magnates was received thi'. morning from that club by Manager "Dinny" Dunn. According to the lo cal mentor, no certain date for a game has been set. On last Saturday Dunn wrote to the manager of the (Magnates for a. game and Bllbmltted a list of date on which days they 'ould engage in an argutnenl with the Chicago club, in tb" meantime the Chicago manager, eager t . honk up with the Fans' team, wrote to Dunn and asked for May si a; the day for the great battle. That date Could led be granted as Qllkerson's Union Ot ants will appear here tor their show ing. Immediately Dunn gol his mind working ami again submitted a list of open dates. This morning word was receive, 1 in response. The Chicago manager nol exactly certain of when he could ap pear here, having failed to get May H as a date, stated he was up a tree, hut added ill his letter that the possibilities are that his team could come here after the ftrsl two Sunday in June. Upon receiving the lad letter Dunn wrote again stating a date after that time was fair enough; with him and the fan: of the city. EMdently a game will he booked after those two Sundays. NAME U.S. PRO TEAM TO PLAY BRITISHERS New Voik. April 19 Twell r the ional n"'" recognized leaden In professions Kolf circles in the United States wen Mined yesterday as inemheis of tie team which will represent Amend in the British open championship t be held on the st Andrew's sol course, in Scotland, in June The bp lections for the team, mad,' alter I conference held in Chicago Sunday in tween OeO Sargent, president am Alexander Pirle, secretary of tin Ptt fewsional (iolfcr's association of Ainei lea. and Robert Qardner, vie,, pies dent of the United States Colt ass, rial ion, anil announced her,, jrestet day by Qolf Illustrated, which i ell tUe project of defraying tin imh nf a lis, in Lhmiieh t'lnd nil, tiled by golfers thrmii'l t country, are as follows: Emmet French, 'Walter Nat", lock Hutehin son, Jim Karnes, Harry Hampton. tl.w.L-,,., I.V,..l,lu. Ml.,,: ' ' Eddie l.e"se. Charle Hoffner, 'e'en Mcl.ean, Tom Kerrigan and W While nil th" mei will participate I ot our bottlea phone Ut, fa the British open toorniunent, roar J pieMe. liavt- been Mected to make up the 9 lata rtWl "in meet the Britlafa la S - i i. i 3 i .y Ths servieei of Rd raid player ef tin- N": With $15,000, are not to the Cincinnati Rwln Herrmann. The highei Couub is holding out f N A Today. AMERICAN l r ac U Gam WHATCOM B JOCKEY WINS $5000 STAKE More Th in Qrimmiri, i, dietl Hliu ml ISANICULA I MINERAL a i : BATHS th' 2 5 i Now Open. Phone 391 W. jn -' J If yon have any empty CM ISilili!!!! Regular non-sk $17. b '0 ! 1 1,0 3 .CO i7.'10 f,0.40 e Edward Bayne Supply Co. I Ln Salie Street. Upstnirs. SouCi D.inking & Trust Co. iHUUiUillliHlUHHillUUIHUlliUlHllillltHiiiitlHUHHIUHmi hi il TI a' i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm A. U .... I i n w n n . J 1 I or r n v and nr 1 .1 f ...... w. OILS I i A f J VARNISHES READY SHELLACS MIXED GRAND COLORS PAINTS STAINS W. D. U N DRUG j at Pre- War Prices i Chicago jobbers overstocked and needed 4 the rash, so 1 bought from 30 to 60c on th B dollar. It is going and my gam and their loss. All new patterns with n it oat borders 3 to 5c. j ( Team and white ceilings 20c. Some ston 3 8 ask 35 to 70 for the same staff. 5 S My price is 20c to 35c. 1 his is nol shop-worn v goods that have been m V .... , a vears. I h" above Va j v tru( 8 MARSHALL WILCOX r. J., Phone 693L ancl Uvill call wiA sample, K Paper trimmed and delivered anywhere. j discount on this yeai s sample books. . .1 11 A I Get the other fellows FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES CARD PARTY and DANCE at Schaefer's Hall Wednesday Evening, April 20, 1921. Went.' Orchestra CrA S 10. Dancing, 10 12 of Admission 35c. mmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . .. a, n m I Af. rf-k stum I 1 4m. 1 i . &... ut M. U 1 M. K J WM B s Every for pose and the ngki sort of brushes to put It on with Hkr rsohr nrirp i . CAN STORE. on the shelves irom I to i i statement is absolutely va Va prices, then mine. vMrth, 4 . I 1 ... aCMpfllAll I RS I sa . f. W ' i t.l W,' ' 4 i lere is where you get A ci RCIAL SALE r, (' 5 Native steer !e i cl uck i - :ed Iivi-r lb. d Fresh ground hamburger, lb. Bulk Peanut Butter, lb 4 . . ' t Brisket boiiini; beef, 4 Blackberries in heavy Pi t per can V. f. 4 v a Mi' "IIVJ ;iik;ii i.uii;u 55ii Va I IL hams, lb. a A No. 1 regular hams, 5 S s S Swift premium bacon, K, .i n O Ll--i-. miner x. iian s suqarc 5 . S Bulk sausage !b, f Fancy native veal breast, lb Sc j Fancy native veal chops, lb 14c Fancy native veai roast, lb He Fresh pork Boston butts, lb 18c Sweet pickled side pork, lb. . . . . '. ... . 12-c Here is your chance; save money with ihis coupon. Save this Coupon; it's worth money. m if d 4 K d i 4 t C S 4 This Coupon and f.u m i 8 j FOR THE BOYS AND V, A jj" COtlttnUIUty Mating 5 " r Sjj TlWsdoy S). I. -lpriV 9fl p d . - - - - 4 French Room, r a d Parents, Clubs, Unions, Lodges, should be j A J oseph Poms, Community Playground Super A visor. La Salle, 111. 8 Miss Flfu1 Doane, Secretary Tri-City Chari- t ties, La Salle, 111. 4 I PLAY GROUND COM. I his space donated - . A A jLk I K 2 UEHLER LIROTHERS 2 il Reliable Meat Market. f ivi i, d v-iiitijn luaiaii T, Quality for less money, j WEDNESDAY steak, per lb. 121c f S 4c jj 12ic ( 1 6c I 3b. 7c 1 syrup, No. 2 cans. 2 20c I mi,aj ;r..v t - vvjijf .nin.-iuu pivnn.. He 4 25c 1 lb. in the piece, lb. . . 38c 4 . , Jl I - 1U A ucai uatun, iu. . . av. r. 5 12c 4 Buy 3 ibs. of render- ed lard, Wednesday GIRLS of OTTAWA f Clifton Hotel SPEAKERS: i Chamber of Commerce, j ly the Kotary Clufak, f &