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OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNAL.
PA$F. TWO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1021. PRESIDENT MBSjHfa " q 7 U. S. TO FIGHT FOR &ll(B(Qf ' lumunnr r nrm r I I P hi, K T ITIUI1IIUL. Usf U I ill..!. Formal Dress A I Hon Igge 111 I inle B TELL8 SOUTH AMERICAN DEI l QATION WESTERN HEMI8PHI Ri MUST EVER RTMAIN FREE t- ROM EUROPEAN OPPRESSION. NVw York, April 19. Renewed bond' of friendship among tb( Am' loan republics with a recon iru f u to peace and liberty a n sacs U for a wttr weaiy world, were pi ; . ed by President Harding late yester day at the unveiling here of s statue to Simon Bolivar, the South American ! patriot. In the pxample of a prosper ons family of states living together i peace on the western hemisphere, the presidei solared the ld voril kuigbi well lind Inspiration for the re construction of its Industry and Its politic! all reoepl Ion and banquet tender I ' el l' i be mi nibi rs "i Ma i ! E Chap ter o tho "Dasteru tai to Mrs. Qra Btei of Bloomlngton, worth) grand matron of tho organization, wa on ol the largest social bvi uta ver held by ih- organisation An inioi raal 11 ceptlon was held In the afternoon, and at i SKI o l lurk .i delicious dinnei was at red to 200 uesta l he men of the organisation prepared and served thi banquet, The guests wen r. -: t i ..i long tables in the dining room, which were decorated with spring flowers In the Y- -Y- iw:e Mrs Kurth, t ti aaaistani state oputy of JoMel was a gueet uf the bapier and made .i very Interesting iii, Aftei tin' meeting a soi iil hour held ami lighl refreshments Y- Y- -Y- The Tuesday study circle ol tin- Ot iwa Woman's clulb will bold a meet la Thursda) afternoon at 2 30 al ii d Ith orchids and A Diet ii a ii and a bos uf handmadi b) ill mi rubers of Mt .Many ki" ; ' ; ere Marseilles, I. a Salle a: Mrs. Steele wag tin and Mrs. louls Q i-!i E, Chapti : Mendota a ill havi Mir paper ol the afternoi n "Songs and Poetry of ihe tire War." The annual election ol offloe i the depai tmenl w ill in- held. Y- Y- Y- Invitations b m neon Issued for ti innual luncheon "t the Ottawa Woi in's club, which will be h-ld ne and amli lie aald, i also conti Hiving ol' to aid tl g Mj( lines of progri To that reconstructii Ainerican repUlbllCB i Ol te In ii material sense lr si rength and resoun stricken Hister natio brag P8 The Ktyle shown In this dri fur formal occasions gives th lone a-raci fnl lines obtained wt calli U ton - i FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES CARD PARTY and DANCE at Schaefer's 1 lall Wrtliu'stlay Evening, April 20, 1921. Cauls, 8 -10. VVfnl. ( )r liestra AilmiKition 35c. Dancing) 10 12 WTV lf WOMEN 5 Make Your Old Straw Hat Look Like New. fl, lll.H'li NllMtt.'tl I , nmke. hi' Hke the iron In your blowlandhki thotronlo ipinacn, leniui "" Iron m in.ti jut a it romri from the n.tiun i tronracida on Iron lllinir. Nutated Iron i ' tl- lll Hull. across th'' sea. Restating the Monroe doctrine, Mr. Harding as:,. Tied thai it never infant a policy of selfishness or narrowness, ibut was a charter c American Inde prudence to alntai w . i the Unit , , Elates was "willing to tight ii .. essary." He added that the policy of the American republics must not err on the side of too great aloofness and thai In the present world chaos Pan Americanism must, mean sympathetic and generous Americanism. Must Stick Together. "Our great service," he said, "lies In stand ourselvei th, . (,:, lie I ' f thi ; nil' ol til' iim-'t lie iightful social events ever held by tic membi rs of the brotherhood A tie Helens chicki n pio supper was served at 8:30 o'clock m the church dlnlnc ton and our Bolivar today I believe they would admonish us to cling to that which has been tried to hold fust i' the institutions of moderation firmly together, mukito; i.t nidi iji iidnnce, ol gradual !';d sure one that wa may give progress. The United States salutes Patterns for Home Sewing k pattl rn of this Illustration win be sent your address. Kill nut the attached Munk and mall to the Free Trader-Journal, enclosing 12c in money nt stamps. Please allow ten days' time In which to have pattern delivered ynu. In black satin with vsiiite georgette witl In nil-over scroll p. Ocularly affective. (lite heads rn i i'uc for Red BloodStrfngth and I ndwranc rA I 1 MS Ladies, this is where you 1 :'ti i i- some money tKis spiinf;. I lave v i ur old last yei i a si : iw hat ( leaned ot dyed 1''. ns we are ex perta in this I lusincsi and guarantee our work. Bring 111 the old tt.iW .mil let US iix it up for you. And th. cost won I be so much, either. i. Ottawa Hat Cleaning Shop East of Interurban Station. our st re! tribute C we may dance. rich that we ches and confl ire others n lies for us and opportunity; duty to taose whom we may help, opportunity in helping others to help ourselves.'' n hh reference to the .Monroe doc fenesuela and the mii tatlons born of Oeneral 'rings on the altar i of jlights it- di votion to tl rty. tlm Bame justice, t drations of national Ii he same forward in.ik. )lbows while wo advanc i lean a and trine tho president reviewed miscon- fulflllmenl trt tions he said had been placed on it and alluded to the skepticism in some quarters that it. ever would be enforced In an emergency. since the doctrine was proclaimed, he continued, "has proven that we never intended it selfishly; that we had no dream of exploitation. On the othe ide, the history of the last decade certainly must have convinced all the world that, we stand willing to fight, it necessary, to protect these continents, these sturdy young democ d tvrani On Famous Anniversaries.' lependence, i touching OTTER CREF.K. .'rs. baran vicintosn spent Sunday at the Ji M son called on Mr. an Kuim last Sunday. Mrs. Harr; Hagle entertained the n piacH stono . tin t: id hum.'. Mr Thomas it" r 1 r hu b tl it ign lid, dates were destined for a high place in tho history of human progress, also an abidini place in human affectious. This day is the anniversary of tl"' battle Of l.exingt n. when the states of North America made their firsl sac rifice In blood for independence and! r w standards of freedom. m this Kain" day, a genet ttoh later Vene auela's struegle for fi ledotn has its' ii.igic and drs. Ilor wit h p . r hi.sfiiit ( iur i in lr sorvici : wi re ervi ! by th I the t " tin ol the I of tie. M. I-.'. . Ian. h Si the home of Miss and Wed pere in e cut. d Ii ti hments jj " C-.' ' I I i 6 ! i r attended d Ui an rs uid Ridge ' - aj 111 ties, lay aitt moi ii .it I wen itshei ed i" tl( lr t st. Clair and Glen H ti in. at th. otgau, pi. The church wa:t d( cor: wedding bells, Bmllax green fi ms Wi re use ' Having saicrlUced in arms to est&o lish the human Inheritance belonging to free men, the American republics may well touch elbows to proce their uheelfishness, and show- to mankind that righteous achievement does not mean anybody's destruction, Individ ually or nationally, hut that real vic tory lies In that human progress Wherein every contender, individual or national, may share is it is sought to merit it. "It Is Interesting thing; . ., Ktfnjn,, 0f to compare the careers of the two ,.,r,.. i'r' t great fathers of America liberty,' Mian Gladys Bolivar and Washington. ujt w,th ,.,. ., "Each wrought an empire oi fri cloves and shoes loin ;;inl builded more vastly than he B corsage bouqu dreamed Their concept of liberty Nex( came the b was not inspired In individual unrest. ,,.r nncie . ; i ISach was wealthy, each rated ami tho personally fortunate, but the i pie's freedom as impelling. "It is fine to Ibe able to say t th new v . ten. pies of I rty w ,.ut wrought in destruction ui the Wo speak of liberty of revoluti when in reality we mean Beverel and freedom for evolution. The wc isn't catling today for destruction needs reconstruction where the I ot Justice Is applied to the thli Which were as well as the thii which are to be, "The si niggles for independence north and south America h tng backgrounds The colon 'f the Rio On de had deve k They p Charles ', i a 'Sunrise.' i i'h whits 34 and The Wa 38, 40, measun Also a medium ,iim ! of :;t; Irn h marriage, sne her midnight . design. II m ol v.- her i DOBgee 1 bride and en Ik car f ia'.avia aej.arat attractiv k n6on qo wn ii hi s waist measure, at in 7 Sizes; ot, il'i, I ami to Inches bust make this model lur will require ti'4 yards terial, The width uf the foot is about 2 ilniiKiy, or sclgc wit 11 he attractive for tlii.i also nice for linen, iing, gingham, voile itlon calls for TWO ;rns Which will he itpt 10c KOK KACH pi stamps. Ml in gllVI layed softly ; , i and relalivi di! Pa l tern Dep't. Plcste send Pattern to my 12 ('ts. tmciosed. M, Ivi lean colonies revolted against the tyr- ' atmles of a recntiouary, king; South Ameri a against the tyrannies ot a 1 Vicious, despotic, pi rpctual and self- ' perpetuating system. Ullon and In following the northern revolt Geo 1 Isolation of the southern colonies Impossible to effect union among them. j Democracy Hailed as a Beacon. , "With all humility bUl i-i all sin- ' certty and earnestness, I . l that we 1 Americans, north and south, are en- 1 t;'ied to hold thai our democracy has come a a light Into the world of In ternational relations and that it will Try a Want Ad In the Free Tiad Name No. .. d Mrs. Melvin Smitl nc! ( ndorf, , i. . Inoio i'i d- 5 and ti. Id at the . who will r, Maria. Postoflice ....... State sn ". us : way on of the world's pres ent If Hililcs into a day when mankind nay know peace and plenty and hap pine. s. ami when the first duty of or ganited society may be to promote the welfare of it' members rather thm to array Itself In power against th. threat of its deatmcttoa. "If WO i ould eon nit our Washin:- Journal for Quick Results, i tSiH b PILLS ., ".'AN I 1 ., i.,14 ' . Ki. . r. o . - M MlWf Bttl Tr.r - . ... ,uf'ul.ciri.Ti One Cent Sale Tues., Wed., Thurs. April 26, 27, 28 CorbusPrugStore For the woman who wishct a powder, not too heavy, but oi the proper consist ency to protect Nardys answers every requirement. Pertutnexiwith a combination ot oils poss -sslrtg a delishtful. deliccre fraeranoa. EMMA REYNOLDS COS i't-utral Life llldg. I'Uoue 171-A. Ottawa, 111. o evo eoei TT71.. m " j J jk In BIG Wall BR EAR Paper Prices The Greatest Cash Wall Paper Sale Ever Held In La Salle County Every Roll of Wall Paper In Our Stock On Sale! STOP LOOK LISTEN miiiiiii! Reduction From Regu lar Retail Prices v m Because we concentrate all out buying Jirect from five leading wall paper manufacturers we are able to sell you up-to-date, genuinely ivtistic Wall Paper 1 moderate prices and this further reduction of 25 per cent, from our regular retail prices maker, this sale the biggest bar gain of the year. Remember this is a legitimate reduction from our regular prices. No Credit Stricftly Cash - Courteous Treatment We will allow return of any full single rolls of side wall or c jiling you may have left. We will trim paper if desired, and delivery to any part of the city. On purchases of $5.00 or over we will pay transportation to any part of the county. REMEMBER WE SELL ONLY QUALITY WALL PAPER REASONABLY PRICED! WE WILL STRIVE TO PLEASE YOU! WHEELER & MALO I f Home of Sherwin-Williams Paints m m