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OTTAWA PHE15 TRADER - iTOTJUNAH
WE0NE8DAV, MAY II, 1111 FREE TRADER - JOURNAL AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER 115 West Main Street EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO, . ... e aw) , , 1 "f fft frider- Today's Markets ICK- n PubUlhd F.very Af'ernnon Except Sunday. AGe Eight. in s . SB SSSSSSK' SSSI I SSI FREE TRADER JOl'ltNAI, PRINTING CO. .. W. H. OSMAN Kil O. H. WOOMIERT Publisher! .1: Qenersl Maiatar Managing Bdltoi Member of the Associated Press TERMS: Dally, me year advance by carrier Dully, une year In advance, by mall outside l.a Salle Coun Dally, one year In advance, by mail, in La Mile O 11 1 Daily, per week, hy carrier T tmg&$I to , 4.6u 4 00 .10 The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of an nt-wB dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited t, this paper ni aim, local news published herein L ". 1 1. 1 Entered as second (las.- mailer M.ir 25, 19811 wa, 111 . under (lie Acl of Oct 3, 1917 1 Ifti e ( ma LrN!qN;i,lLABFJ -v. o WEDNESDAY. MAY 1 H. DUPARTMFN I Al. Ml LLHE ADI DNI SS hen am ilt in i lit v Kets un .lea against l lie iiiHui :. . li. 11 oi t he pr .u -1 - if tin letters or the press nf the countn Krorn all that can he learw ! there appears to be no prospect that criticifii - in newspapers ami pn .tests troni otln i its polic) Hi publishing the lists oi alleged itrati deserter." ivhich have been found full of errors thai have stamped some men wlm served honorably in the ami) and nav in the v" rid kvai as Liupatrii tic shirk t rs Department officials takt the position that in publishing tin lits the department is giving even man with honorable war er ict a chance to clear his record 1 1 there were no puhlicatii n, according to the official contention, a man with hotii rahle service, I mi can etl on the department reo rds as a tlrafl il dger, might ha em means of knowing that he was classified s a result of his ignorance it js claimed, his children of grandchildren tmlit find in aftei .ears that he was regarded bj the governntent .1- a deserter and ii n ight then be too late to produce the pri hi l ili.ii he had served in the world w ar. One weakness of the contention is the fact that once the name i f a man is published in an fficial list as a slacker or deserter he is practicall) branded for all tune b that publication. II anvone is grew some enough, or even interested enough, to care i preserve a I mn i 1 1 mm 4 Marseilles News MARY MACARTMUR Office Phone, Black 176. Houae Phone, Black 15 Ofce over Star Theatre. r us his dei list of slackers he preserves the lisi as correctii n or denial that the puhlicatii one shot never comes t. hi" notice, or garded Years afterwards if h humiliate the alleged "lacker i r his children unto ii generation he springs his "list of slackers" as pul ernment, and it goes. The correction or denial .1 getting lis unobserved, or unpreserved, is losl in tl effect 'iii!e as useful as ii it had never been print stances the man wrongfully accused ci uld never WEDNESDAY. MAY MARKET OPENS WEAK AND THE M RALLIES J warn Liberty Bonds. I PRETTY PARTY GIVEN FOR MISS HUMPHREY Produce ftOLUMH hleago market r pori furnished hy rvirny, ni.ni l'o Rooni High I. Cash M.ukel! CASH MARKETS WALLACE (i R A I N M A f! K E ELE LOCAL MARKETS Remember, ,iw,: back, when The Ott.iw.i Bottle Company w.is formed with Solomon E. Kiny pies.i dent and Cairo D. Tumble as secre tar and treasurer? In ina2 a bottle making plan! w.is erected on the east I.Ida of Chestnut stieet a short dl tan, e north of tne Ruck Island 'ri:ls. Two years later the name was Changed to the Ottawa Bottle and Hint ClaS . r 1 j .in y . Later another factor) was Started across the street, rial, mi) small bottles, Both plants shut iluwn In 1885 ilue to rompetitior f.om India. a Ular,s makers. Going Chicago O.,? Bitter. ' 1 1 1 1 1 filciiils hefoii. liln, mui lir niel or ( )nr Neighbor Says: "I am a very wise sort of guy, but there arc a lot of wisci ones than I am. which I realise cve.y time I take a look at a lot oi yellow md tune worn notes: that I have been 'LENTY OF TIME Sen looking for my hush md an agi- "Don't be excited, madam," replied le latter. "I've been looking fo" i usband for the last twenty -five Has Other Things to Do. said run k I us, "but i tie world uevei - n A goo"! thing ceases to be a good thing when we get too much of it. M ami Kvtr - the ivorld'i t M-uily jwtnois 10 Luc ouiuni 01 uemg p desirable citizens are known to 1 t' 1 "get the slackers 1 1 the jmli! lell them the ne er ill, Pull lished sin i thai the ow ners 1 1 t birth and a bio; majoritv will be different as to w hether 1 r m A tl slackers 1 ir deserters This lea ctupiH atei 1 or u hi .r and classified b them acci unplished by the pi departntent, is by ni 1 1 ting a cli ml on the nai was read and willing "Flanders Fields." .1 - s I ill K oes the ,1,-p w no set vecj ms country v ell. who all, ' ir u In . perchance may lie in SLIGHT DECINE IN WHOLESALE PRICES. . : di W . regs of ti April a 1 led I o I fol II The heaviest cent, u hilr tl three fi mrths w as m met a I lecune a- . un 1. 11 uniiig .1 1 raci 11 11 o w In illy ti ' wlb ilesale price snow the greatest decline Secretary of Agriculture 1 less lm en at 1 nee a f irei it I- m 11 prici e "ecu tl rmer A blrtlidaj 1 ntj 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 tan to 1 .nipt before fall " It Pebekahs Hold Meeting. iti I. u itl ; Look for $-.000 in Currency. .ported t 1 1 1 1 r 1 "ai ,,l. WARRANTY DEEDS A .1 Coi king Its bi M01 .')'IC. Old roosters, lie Old Toms, i!0c. UTICA ollege professor rushed into the other day to say that it s , important to be able to carry social conversation a it is to ; in favor of a college cours? nail talk," so tnat graduates know how to conduct them at a tea or a bridge party. We w what subjects will be but we suggest that the ele ry classes should take up these duceo to not How to hand a lady a snappy com pliment and a slice of lemon without ough you were than you are. S creases In your eently underwent an operation for naving a o.uer 1 appendicitis How to ureseiv I). .1. 1 , , , y , .1.. , 1 ni How to make a TUlck getaway Leave It to Slate Legislators. Man was some millions .,r .wars inn ( 'h vi Sttsi. ii i' Oudmanson to Atnel- ( lias, ('iichran transacted business re a 111' 1 bin r- 1 1 1: St. I.OIIIH Mr. and Mr D l( ,1 l!o Reynolds am Sure we've got to haul out the old pruning knife once in a while when stuff is scarce and the hour waxes late. They do it m the best of newspa per families, but it If our aim to be orginal r.s much as possible. If you've got a good story boil 'er down and send 'er in. ii Bury Baseball Vi sterday. The odd Fel udil lis I to .". i3 pt b5 lying n v ol of Mr. Collins. All Puffed Up. A T, ,v s !'. Ry pi allej liese e ol Misses Irene Hickey and Prances When a man completes 11 doubtful A. T. & S F. Ry in rear of 1U3; R10 Sykes ero La Salle callers yester- deal without gettiug caught he lm- ' B,r'P oi land left wide s ol and ad day. ueines he has hrnins enough to he u 1 ionium ItU b3 el20fi lis II 12 13 b3 Mrs. Kate Shlnskl shopped in La lawver Isxcliimiic " : -''"- : . 'o Miss Mat Glancy, Miss Ruth JUST FOR A CHANGE ni tin- season. There market - u here thc are t the h Tin i i lyiuimui) wiiii on- uereavru ' MT and Mre, I!. T. White, Mr. md appreciation of the lovable char Kate Hannah and Mrs Charles stick .eter of tin lad himself. R, rtrovn tn Rnnunm v.. i,-,l ,v In ' LOST BALLOON USED AS INDIAN CANOES ii . some won- with their hunting knives thev sllcei Cochane, oni , iuv 1 1 ...... uuuum uppe.ueil In ysl . -I I0II8I) Kreal I. rcently in the lames Bay relon Thpv Iih.. fnii, wen- constructed not of blrehbark 'fabric rhi i n but ... a strante material the north waves like a thistledown, 'n, had never seen. As light and awitt aa had given the Northland theii swallows on the wiim. they skimmed I marvelous crafl the watei .Moose Factory Indiana! . .. marveled Had the Great Sinrit come I u Indians ho wrecked from the Happy Hunting Grounds to . iii,s k""lv" i,H t. aih his red children new medicine c '" ""' l"lll"""'ss Wh,le The big balloon thai carried three '" "'" th,f ol "," "" ol L'ncle Sam'a naval aviators Into th. ',sk'"1 lf l"" were ;,f'" wilderness several months ago hb trouble for cutting lip a since lain rollaM the spot where i1"01 '"n1" the Great Repnb It de, ended Officials or Moose Far 'r across the border. With a sin lie. I,. tarjf, on.- of the esuiteM posts estab h,l M" K"' Hahed on Xm.n.an ahnrM h. ik. have mad., a rent bog Hudson's i!a company, had Riven or I, ' ', ' tiers to all the Indians who own alle- ' name to the ancient fur root pan) to I rt tnuen st for inn i. ie.iM' the gtijit Kas hap undisturbed 'lsK,,l Indllferentlj "Me bay These onteri had been strictly ob-j n"1K bay spot rsush Sil-er! ! SEEK TRACES OF DR. WEIRICK. GONE 2 M0S. Catholic Lad.c-' Party. The Catholic s will ulw a can be 2 cents, Itefn nhments are to be Mted Annual Banouet. Th (ireater Marat tiles club will hold their annual banquet tonight in III of it of lb" "as ready to deal i an wit!, amah. ! homt -i n hotel as near after Or A .1 o'clock as possible- Secretary Itry; iv to ii i the i.a s.iiie nbambe of l ommen m H h "ill le the i.tiniipnl apeaker. Tl let, I. annuel will Be sTVed by the Ma t. Local Notes. Mrs Hiram ftrler and Mrs Drove re iillikin. both of Chicago, are nuet . . St tile home of Ho-ir sister. Mrs Gil n ie 1 1 . Seen, f UromN ay. . n Mr Ot hi . Van Sl ke went to Chi II, rasm to visit be daughter, Mrs T I m l-.urke mj Commlstdnnrr Rterrett and fir. tars-hi! I", i 1 imore return. d from iwa and Mr. and Mrs w. a. Morrl" Itlllf Istel X. iangtol and .luiii Vlathiei e east hlllh. morning to In the university, is going to Peoria miss vnna Hines, srno has been in Iowa tor s. v. ral v ar-. is coming back to make her h ime with her mother, Mrs Kate Hines of Armstiuun bvi -1 Don't You Know i obi scrap iron i worth but very and it do. - not make good fUf caatlnga? There Is no'old scrap in a Detroit Jewel Furnace, v.. i not make a mlstaki to have 1 1 Furnace Installed now. We iu. Twey report have a real furnace bargain that will ,, ti .,, ti,, pi.riitin the xainim'.l ami 'nterest you. tall ami see us t ,1,, ,i a., .-m in miiratiiii Vfcu'V.ry satlsfac tawa patronage also appreciated a band .f OMtlaw Indians whoa Ton QUICK itKsri.TS TRY THE nartmenl The dtatoi ailleil i.im. .huinson PATTISON Mars, ill... bonit rlllage hi SUty milts northwest WANT Wis IN THE I'ltKK I urgton anrt was retained in lb erv i Th cud aartl ami dance t,i hav 'land Seneca. I Bom Red M and w i. . i itl UOOM tactorv. luund the ballouii. 1 RADER JOURNAL ke long after the an... II e and only I been lven b) the Catholic todies In I .'.ill call and see ou. Missi iocR Absorbei "I believe," said the impatient man as he put aside the telephone, "that I'll go fishing." "Didn't know you cared for fishing." "I don't ordinarily. But it's the on ly chance I have of finding myself at the end of a line that isn't busy. There's Vanous Kinds of Kill.nga. Cosmetics, says the medical b iminer, never killed anybody. And tiii mnny n girl bus nulnted, ns sb hear. HEAR! Mr. Gasbag Jones stood on a soap box at the corner of the street. A huqe crowd surrjed around him. Surely his heart should have been glad. But he was dissatisfied. He tried hard to be heard, but it was all in vain. Every attempt he made to speak wis interrupted by some members of he audience. At last, stamping his foot In great arger. he bellowed at the top of his voice : Every time I open my mouth a silly fool speaks." And the crowd agreed with him A home-mnde shoes ataatravf entirely. MCamst datiMMCi le man handled r liunks it s mat eon aortitis 11 Man is different from other animals. pUtva "f OM ml ! i ho nus He hal to fool his watch before he can get up early in the morning. G W W. , I - r b) two nla.