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PAGE TWO, Ottawa free vu m - journae. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921. uiAnniivin runTinMO ItlHil I Ing I h it they 1 i' It, and refuse to who employed non," Patterns foi ' f II ri i 3 iW I : r 11 : . I I ' I Ik liniilimu i nununu CASH 10 KEEP OV I ionic Sewing ? ! 8 again faii 0 ran : HuHlll I nl! IU UlU No Advocate tuit iineif. Po not WHslo " minute, not n setv oml, in trying to rtemoiiMiraiH in nth ri- ihe meril of your own purfnrtn line. ir rour vurh does not vlndW cute Itself, you rniinut rlniHcnie It. Imt j u i an I dor steadily on to tint someililnu which n I- nn lolvoenie but Itself, Tlioimis Wenlwnrth Hlg v iisoii, "a I eiiui to ii Vounu Contrib utor." a pattern of tiii lllustratl ' 'u tie sun I your addreaa. Pill WORK I Kiel ir-Jour i a n n n n r j n I HO! LAdUK lit5.!! MM I 5 w leu i u h iiii pattern rcd vou $200, W0 APPROPfl I ft I I l VENT U. S. BLCOMIN( DAY OA8I8 KRAMEI ED BY ANTI-PRO HI! CATES. C ' N r 1 1 RE It 3 I RM8 HI I I) HOUSE VOFFS IRE WORKERS AT CHCHEHES;Pllit8 I - ,j' I'ltWII I.IIVM. I IIIn,, "V ' r ;.i-'if!V ItkM .':.!SJS f V! kVHHI V Washington discussion ni (luring which was bitter!) ously defendo torduy voted for eoforcemo until July I Bep. Volatea in the deflcie pel mil relntl of 700 prohtbl cause ul Bhoi The Volste adopted, 77 to of the house the house Boo other vote on demanded befi Even Hi" me amendment do afford relief ii value. InaaraiK Base by the ho tile. During the question. Cbali propriatlon u the Volstead b iiier had vlolal law (by ini urri "I waul Kra just as mux b o had been appi Hep. Byrne, why Prog Hai cumstances, hi iner. "I think the worry about I Kra.rn.jr." -.t tucky. "I antU tw removed." "Even If i in' tleman from Ki ecect thai will tion." said n,r "O, '( It. W "A competenl i to enfon the I Hep Voleteai HOO.OOO was iw bltlon fn'nrcMii man (in,"! dei Ii already alb wcw bition enforei n original , tlma needs wa s $6,! "It was his apportion thta other alloUnenl not be a defldi year. And it' I emergency or a he could waive ing, express th cate ti ii- vi dated or the law. Ho eighteenth amei when you entru a man who Is i chief violators lates the law i Will come to il I in an ungentli Iihvp l he lira ver anittpp mi appi there his vii.i ,1 "I 'A;, I I t( against the pn ' nd I warn him as much as I v., obey the In w Tie Iccbei rccioi Hat Fringe ftp &3t ev, . mm' Ml P - TI as I . v -I'fBE ra ivji .-.! ' Br. .V- ( j & P m. m m m i t 5 - ' i yw 1 rul I I II I ' I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 l,i VffllfUMMll i -I mi : f l ' I I"' " ,i I ! 1 . ffU JMi Niii ;i i I l walk -mil ior a C amel I Pattern Dep't I T to in -r The pleasure is worth it. There's no sub stitute for Came! quality cmd that mild, fragrant Camel Mend. The fellow who smokes Camels, wants Camels. That's because Camels have a smoothness, a fragrance and a mildness you can't get in another cigarette. Don't let anyone tell yuu that any other cigarette at any price is so ;rood as Camels. Let your own taste be the jude. Try Camels for yourself. A few smooth, refreshing puffs and you'd walk a mile for a Camel, jo. J""'"M 1 1 I I I I HH'iM"M !- K.' REYNOI ' , incrjCo. WlBloa-Snlm, C . r - -, . r., .. ...... ... ..,., T. , ... Look for the Trade-Mark -jv: 'J" H.Vf v 5 5 C -' i J!, w IBM . .. . -, .... ..fx !CE CKEAM SOCIAL f . . t Wallhairs church Thursday evening, M?y 2t. 4 E very body Invited. 4 If you want to put an end to t 4 separator ttoubles I Given by the I battcrJwiiiToi SroughWwii j WALTHAM CHURCH YOUNG LADIES I out punctured, warped, cracked T or carbonized insulation " "" ,f ' fortablo sense of Becuritv fr McKinlev Park III'1 coolest place lie County. Dam i Beparator-replacement bills You'll Bee that the ni vt bat tery vou buy has the Will Thread Rubber Trade-Mi I mat means wiiiani mreaded j Rubber Insulation between the plates. Come in. We'll tell vou lust ing every ; whv the Willard Threaded Rub- utruait e r y is sucn a monev saver. r i l Paint Up! Clean Up! i.i w m s5 tj rai y Batter ana i nursi iav even ohnson's eight piece battery and electric I IV fl I I 1 tli hi' M.l cm WhCP SERVICE station I 1.1 M('ll :'ii lOUlia ll( OltlPl 2( W. M.i iis St. concessions. Dancing Saturday evenini May -Mill, music l Ham 111 A 1 I I I , nonu Diuc vieiociv if I a S,.,.. ) ni( inn Snnrntv jiml Unn lay evenings, Way 29th am JOth. Music by fohnson'i ighl piece Orchestra. w U ' '. Ill MMIVV () I' ll .III ucture , startinB decoration Day and will nr's every Sunday I hursdav evenings thru Mil Mr ,( ;on. II' I ' ll.ll "f Cai to M.n fill'' illci lli i I ft?'9 fir !V r Every Purpose ' I i in,.,.-.. between (ire til Lftkcfl N;ivi Treining sim- ' cit Co'l'-ge. L.iKe Frfit, III., and the right sort of brushes to put it on with and at the right price olls LEAD VARNISHES READY SHELLACS MIXED GROUND COLORS PAINTS STAINS W. D. DUNCAN DRUG STORE. ir further particularsJ iffent.C.O.&P.Rv.