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OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOU11NAE. THURSDAY, JUNE 0, 19:1. STATE MORTICIANS CLOSE HHB HELD AT LA SALLF LNDFRTAKTRS ELECT OFFICER? ;ND N AM f PEORIA AS NFXI co 'ENTiuN ClfY VISIT Tin: STATT. MARK AS GUESTS OF LA SALLE BUSINESS MEN. Tbe marriage of Mian Mnyme Mad II Of I tic. I and John J. Kallv of L-l fiurdi'U uartj f.ivun tills uftoniooli U mi ... i Hi a ami (Hi lie ' latchj and .i corsage I M j er V- Patterns for Home Sewing A pattern of thin Illustration win ho sent your addren Kill out tiio attached blank ami nail to the FVee Trader-Jour- itul, enclosing 15c In money or uUmps. Pleaae aiiiw ten day' tun In whlcti to bare pattern i l v ertd you. fortunatt Man. T.tx-l-. In In- v ' " ''" to iniii IiIh rati 1 early example 1 Hprlfrlitne clilMisti in .- 1 eray, Hi- 1 he Rial to a ' lo in i- cboien 1938 mi i.f oBli 61 linfttle oiginiza fleers ch X v hp J?hS V- , . lit prr, 'r- 3SiO ft odd Julia ttamenskl, I hica Claries Sonntag, Jolie j. F Sweet, shiinn.iv.. H. M. Sti nail. Parmer Mrs. Richard Ward, H A. G ;:t rme, Hi rrln. M. j. Walsh, East 81 Miua A Hetnae, Peei A. V Eatei lale, MoUm T. J ummlnSB, C bic Hero J Ho viand, Sti O. J Petersen, Cfcicag Johr. Eugeln, Cbii ago Harry J Hanson, GU I'. S. Bright, l-a Gran Harry C, V llmot, PekJ w. A ' onningham, CI Janus C Gavin, hici A t. .t.il 'H about t0 in ttlinO un t rtaki f their wives and daughti 111 ttlU'tuhl ii- ' ;,t 1 1"' CCM i f tin- moat delightful m cession -.a thi lot; opening recepuou beM Tuesda; night al the new Mini Aujdttorliim Thousands ol dollars worth Hi undi i taking suDplii s, Includ ing pearsi . caakets and other .liipli PDCi i, were displayed. Starved Rock and Deer Park, situ ati only a i .v miles trcm Ottawa, fur iidsb some of tin most famou3 scenic spots in thi ontlre middle wi si and urn becoming more widely known even's y ar. Iluii Japa- 1 i . Still H : . . Itlon. iJr.i BEfl rf tin Sense oi Smell Least Intellectual of Senses New V' tIy. ' hit- hit in ten chances! a batting average "i only .100 was icored by Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler in a ape etui tesl submit! I by the engi neering society i l Columbia ntsl-M-rsit at its dlnuer In Eurl hall. pfictor Butler was iiskoil m Meutlf.i as many as he could of tn odors. Successively placed Before him w te clovesi sassa frna, anise, cltronella, winter gfeen, carbolic acid, lemon oil. bay cum, alcohol and turpentine. Aii! if tin- ten '"' recognised only thai venerable scenl of the barbershops bay rum. "U ' H. gentlemen," 1 loetor But lei said, "tin- sense t smell Is tin' least Intellectual of the mii sea." evening opened with the class day pvogram in tin auditorium of the si hool, The order of exi reiaes glvi ;i u t aa published in Hi- Free Trader-Journal last night. The pro gram closed "ith some character lan tern E-Udas resembling members ol the claaa Following tin program iht guests were Invited to go to th gymnasium, where tin- remainder of tin- evening was spi rit dancing. The gymna Itini wo prettily decorated in! Japam lanterns and Japanese Hew era. Supper was served al a late hour at small tables arranged around tin- Bides of thi- room. qa f An Interesting meeting of the Worn 1 an': Christian Temperance i nlon was held yesterday at tin- home of Mrs. J. U. Sa.ltitiian in North OtU vs. The oi-ganliation president, Mrs. Pruella '.Van irk. presided, and thirty-seven ladles were in attendance. The dovo tiopal service was led by Mrs. Mane. I Mrs. 1). II. Snow had charge ol a song RtraUce Mrs. K. Bowermaster con-l ducted i.'ii temperattci study of the afternoon. Several interesting talk' on subjects oi tii- day were given, after which refreshments were served Babylon Had Rent Woes 4.000 B. C, Bulletin Says Washington. The modern tn-iiii .'f a family who nniat mova or worry about rental rates and leases tuny think Americana are alone In having such troubles. Rut. according t" a bulletin is-siii-il from the Washington CD. i'.) headquairtera of the National Geographic society, families are having similar tribulations whether In Japan, Persia or Eng land and have hmi evictions and harsher penalties hanging over them Sinn- men wrote on clay tai.u-u 4,000 ir more years ago "The very earl leal records "f daily transactions that have been found, the claj tablets on which were written the contracts Of Babylonia 3,000 and i."-"' years ago. show tiist the renting of bouses w ns a nourishing busi ness among the landlords of Babylon and Nippur." A POPULAR STYLE FOR A "SLEEPrNG" GARMENT Pattern i" la lore shown, it is cut In 4 sues: Small. 34-38; Me dium, 38-40; Lai.., 42-44; Extra Large, 4-4S inches bust measure. A Medium size will require ;-4 ' yards of inch material. Crepe, satin, itlk. linen, voile, batiste, lawn, dimity an bflaneletta I ma) be used fur thi- model. a pattern oi tins Illustration niailitl to any address on receipt of j lie in silvrr or stamps. I Pattern Dep't I lease semi Pattern to my address, lo eta. enclosed. MO. Size I PojtofTice te Mill a tr follow i ll. i n. students of left Ottawa ai -noon on special McKlnley Park. ient with a pro other ililinu.il For Touring SHOE m lit mm r y WgLEABiWEM! ALL 5W Ottawa Shoe Hospital 814 La Salle St., Ottawa, 111. t 4- Rill ' a At r . - Tbe boyj on Mik Welsh's ball IT team will ntertajq with an tm cusmhIy social touionn esMtalnfE t4i home I L Vnother Radical Reduction in price is made h the World's Largest Automobile Manufai turer. FORD MOTOR CARS are back lo i pre-war level on open cars, ( Hosed cars and truck-- iih- cheaper than ever. New prices effective ;it once I urn up.! regular H5.00 Runabout 370.00 Chassis 345.00 Coupelet 695.00 Sedan 760.00 Ton Truck W5.00 Vbove prices I . 0. B. I rdroit. DAN1ELS0N MOTOR COMPANY! Ottawa Leland Sheridan EarlviHe Sal -and Service Department Open Evenings, CHICHESTEKbNLW W0. TIIKIIIAiMOMrIUtA.t, j. VtiiK I i.i i i a.l'..,h , S i i'.-jA la ii " - "i 1 i i.i. i . ii. ,i i i.Hi.i m ill I ui lllii i i III!.. I.il ,ill,T HllV .IT HUf 7 ijf 'rK'l. ' . ... . Ill I i: K J I" till Nil I I 1 I . I'll. I, M.I , -C ff rraiiki 1 1 ; . 111 i . ' . i . A i l .1. '"r sin n !'.v dri nnisisi vhVwhi kr 1'Ka- IT'S not a bit of trouble to have plenty of good things to eat mi hand .-tll the time, when you use Calumet Baking Powder.. It never - allows baking trouble. You don't "dread" to bake. There is nothing to worry about and that really is the hardest part of it. Mix up a batch of biscuits or the finest kind of cake it's all the same. There is never but on$ re sult the sweetest and most palatable' of foods, ji There is not as;much worry over baking costs either. Hecxuse Calumet costs k the price is moderate hen you buy it- C ajsUiiA!3 A K I It costs you less when you use it because you don't use as much of it it has mote than the ordinary leavening strength, You get more out of the flour, sugar, ei,S, shortening, etc., be cause there are no failures no waste. The most critical of baking powder judges gave it highest awards, World's Pure Food Exp i tion, Chicago,- Paris Exposition, Pari:', France. The largest selling brand in the world. A pound can of Calumet contains full rKfi Cilum-t Doughnut Kf-cipe i 4 cups of pastry flour, 3 level tra- poona Calumet akm,; Powder, 1 ti i poon of t-ait, 1 cupof suar. 2 ckks, eaten together, 1 lableapoonsol nn-lt-ed butter, 1 cop of milk. Thi n mix ia the i rular way. 16 oz. Some baking powders come in 12oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you st WK 'V. :a pound whoa you want it. 1 1 AaLJiV.A it. llllllll!l!l!l!ll!lllllll!liIIHI!lllill!l llilfHlHIIHlItllitllltfUHIlllflllltlillltlillllfttllUifl IIIUIHIHIIIIIIIHtllttllttllllUUIillllllHIIHM Jewelry for Graduation or I ?sents at Reduced Pi nor - a v We have decided to i.t i .i down the prices on ev in our store, so thu very reasonable. ii win our loss )")f,i piece oi Jewelry ive you an oppc ked now. and have marl ilverware and Cut Glass unity to buy your girts GIFT! ; 1 1 AT t 1 FOR THE BRIDE t j Flat Siverware. 7 Bread I ray ;. I Crumb Sweepers i Cut Glass Clocks FOR THE GIRL Pearl Beads Bracelet Watches Bar Pins i ,roo( lnr vings .avalliers And many other things too num Wrist W,it( hes in 20-year iroll filled cases for $1 5 that formerly sold for $20. FOR THE BOY Gild Filled Watches Waldemar Chains Fountain Pens Scarf Pins ' I ., iose Cuff Links i us to mention. 1 Buys 7 -Jewel Watches in gold I cases lor $14, that are a real bargain. . , a Ill W. H. LAW JEWELER & OPTICIAN 824 La Salle St., Ottawa, 111. DAY NIGHT t i O. K rhiaJefigblfolFa eoatxmsiw I tail s fixai il wmmt r www - aaaaaaaax aay l4. BtSSiBatoaaU SSlfiM TAXI Phone 126 M i .'r: it Mr- l...i,..u u n . ,1 I' I Ottawa.