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FRIDAY. JUNE 17, 1021.
OTTAWA PREE TltADEti - JOURNAL. PAGF TH RF fit CITY DWELLER IS typical mm WALTER I'll i 8CO I T . PRI SIDE Nl OF NORTHWE SI I UN UN IV 1 M STY TELLS VISITORS AND bTU UF N 1 9 Al His INAUGURATION. l' handling hlld i I workors ' EEvanston III., .1 nne 1 1 The chI Atnortcun i tods) In ell) r, prasldonl Walter DIM 8coi Nortbwe li rn I'nlvi rail) tol I 1,1 iIpiiIh. ;i liuiilii ind Vl lltor ;'"'' ti i k inauRiii it i"ti as I'm Idi'iil i University her Tuesdaj "We arc no longer lustiflod stkuuir liunuui deprii ii hs i In of ineffli lem 5 and dl i nntei botneii 1 hool churi li tun dustrles," President Hrotl a "The real i au e Is rathi r to be In ub, In. are parenti teiu hers latSI ; ii"! III. III. IlII I W I' II I vo to develop nu'thodi ran, pupil . pari In In keeping iili ii"' develop i i (fir toth renturj The set lal sciences have nol hcen sr compllteb developed in the na,ur' al telenets and s i helpfully appllcii and consfquedtly we have i nado a itmllar td vanes In mel hods ol n un Inn and handllug men Mi n and worn tn are tfldaj in.t aneiiuarn ' iniiii tm i wenl cth centur.v civilization and tlio are nol woi blBK toBether or t . ii ely 'ind happllj "The ti plcal Aniorli an ol today 1 mine ofti n the descend ml "t teei hup pa .. in er 'Ii tn ol the pilgrim fatbei ' he added Our convention of men! our method i of (ruining nu n hiiiI our methods o handling men ire H largely the traditions of the elfhti enth ind nlnctei nth 1 entui le "Thoirndllfonal mi Hunt "i handling nipn In Vim i lea vvtts to di Ide ll Int,, tun 1 1 . is the be ici ind Hie grudge and to Ireal them bi nrdliu; lv Moal were thought lo he ho e The koi il b le B teai h H thai Americans of ioda cnnnol be divided Into botse ; and i i udgi ; thai sui h dlstini ttonti are i onti trj i" tin fai I -nd in ii Hi" dlvi r e method ol hand ling mn ha ed on su ii distinct Ion. are dangerous to the heal Interci I of our nation "Our Inherited methoil ol training Hinl htndllng men tail to nieei oin present heeds, Foi guidance we must understand the i rowd and the mob must think In groups, i la and rftce v muBl realize lhal In Amerh i todaj eon venttan la more po tpnt tlnoi tradlcthHi." In din " ning North w estern, i'rosi ,lp,it Stotl i iti 'l thai nve aspet i i of Ul,. In llllll I I I I W t ' 1 p J Militaiy FuneroJ for Legion Head . r mm a vjbF .: i I " '-- -OBii ... rii 3 I 3albi mil i atton' .iV- I litary "f tnournoi Ann rli mi ... Hi" 1 ' ' PR , f BP U I It A. the I'rh h it v VI i ! . VI tt il It mil I nili ' ; ....... i I put HI ; I Ion are doing the w oi I VI r mil ,! i i : i , i i S;i Hi Mr.', r.iili. iili. ' ' ' Inn !. V I . i nl in mi il lii i i i hing Mi VI ' ' I ,J;i ll Hl:,illl ' i ,rt Ifii . . Cincinnati T Col, Froderlck fc ii autonHtftUe accident near u a i from all ovh the countrv Ainl Foo! Jokes According to tradition the custom sroae from the fact that Noah sent i. hi the dove on the flrsl of the month, which corresponded to our April, he fore the water had abated, To perpet imio the memory of the great dellv eraiice of Noah and his family, If wna customary on this anniversary t,. pun lsh persons who had forgotten the remarkable circumstance connectudj with the date by sending them on some foolish errond, Blmllar to that on which the patriarch sent tbe luck less dove from tin; windows of tho orlc I iii in iin. linn ha n t in i- . i . il Mi Btta Hadli I Al.iVIIH r a vl ii in UtiCH ARTIST SKETCHES BY MENTAL TELEPATHY New 'rk. if suddenlj out of no- where come picture to vmr mind j which you proceeded to pulnt nr draw, I that would be no very extraordinary I iirt'iiir, would it V I But, If weeks later, In new iimd pern tips or in lunik or pnotograpns, you saw the identical iiiinc you hud painted whal would you say? Espe cially if your sketch nhowed an an clenl temple or far-off villa win.se like you have never seen before? Transmigration of the soul or the theorj of reincarnation might, by some, explain rucIi an occurrem e, But MIri Hydney Dyke rejects these theo ries, or, rather, says she simply doesn't trj to Recount for her "memory" plc Hires. i in the wulis of "The Oasis," at No, in Bast Forty-seventh street, Miss Dyke's paintings hung at present. To the uninitiated they look like very in teresting water-colors of landscape and design, But they are of two par ticular kinds', those called "symbolic portraits" and others, "memory pic lures." "Sometimes I have thought," says Miss Dyke, "thai I have looked upon certain scenes in another age, another place, But, I do not like to talk of transmigration, "Yet I do believe In something like ti continuity of life. For Instance, then is the 'Villa d'Bste,' the painting f.ver there itii the express trees, a little pond and a villa in the distance, When i mnde that I had a strong feei iru; flint I must pul pinnacles on the tuiiidiiic. although I thought they would be hardly the thing. Later I mel some one im snw the picture and discussed it with me. "I wanted to call it the 'Villa d'Bste.' Wp get ;i lini.k of villus iiml found that one really called hy that very name h Fifteenth century building hud pinnacles such us 1 had drawn Weighing thp fcnrth. The naval observatorj says tnS nmss of i in- earth has been deter mined bj means of the Torsion bal gnce, mi Instrument for mi'ii--ui'iiiK very minute fori i Bj menus of Ihls Instrument the attractive force of a large metal hall Is necurntelj meus ureil, nnd hy compn Ing this force with die earth's attraction the mass of tlm earth maj be nsi ertained, Western Hemlo'-.k. Western hemlock, found In nl.un dnnce In British Columbia, roaches a height "f from 120 150 feet, with a diameter of from - to -r' feet, with occasional trees as high us 'j.M) feet nnd 8 feet In diameter, NOTICE. Kelly & Ki'iiy. Attorneys, Estate ol ll.nni.ih Otdl, Deceased, Notice la hereby given thai the un dersigned, executor ol the last will tnd lostamenl of Hannah Cull, late ni the oounty oi La Balle and Btate o Illinois, doceaised, will appear be fore the probate courl ol s.tid county, in the Rrsl Tuesday (being the :-i x h da 1 1 of September, l'J!i I, al I he pro hate courl room, in Ottawa, in said county, when and where all persona having claims nr demands agalnsl .iul estate are nol Iflod to attend and present the same In writing for ad in. i ment. Dated the 16th day of June, a D. L921. EDWARD CULL, Executor. Many Mliislng. Every year no fewer than W,Q6Q persons are reported missing In Lorn don nlone, Some of them are nevtl seen aor heard of again; others, uftor weeks nr months of absence, return nnd take up the threads of their for mer life bs If they had never left u. Brooklyn Baglo, ha Chess v Checkers. Chess rtHnls lo mature minos, nna i "Reincarnation, us un explanation, wood ui plu s mosl of the accoutre- ; don't like. The word Is useri by so iiu nts with which it Is played, Some I ninny fnkers that I must reject it." of the besi are of ebony and bow, I, j MisS Dyke is a tall, irrlking-looklng Inn verj satisfactory games may be young umiinn ef handsome nnd whole- nh i with ,,'ii"w poplar, basswooa, some aspect, Mer findings are nol the 1 walnut, maple and birch outfits, fno , result of mooning over weird psychic ,11. some holds true of checkers, imt tnat subjects bui have come naturally nnd game nsunllj Is rated a little lower j simply to her attention. She has- made ivi iieeni than chess In scientific points; though j pictures, the ideas of which Interested r il no less nn nuthorlty than Rdgar Allan , !,,, an(j ater found thnt they had nn ti lei , p,. holds linn us a mental exercise j signtflcnnre. From thnt beginning of the highest and purest srt check- i stie perfected, by self-teaching, her r Vme ! ...... ,.i,4.w fpchnlone In n uter-culors ' " ' ""' era sttrpi i t Human miture, ni tessloSal skill and In diseil .sine Hi .1.,,, Q, oil ai'l ' aiown f pi 1 1 M ' heltage of ea i communil flint thi hi rli vetsltlea nm t m liable the I" Austria's Hut Industry. .,n tin industries of Austria, , . lem 10 small ex ten l on ii"' Importation . ,, ni. s ihe hnl Industry, ni irtdj YES pocta, i'n Head Oi Osteopath Y In a i tho In Underwear Fashions Changing at ion least bai k roui ;ll nr' tut Pin" ThefDi thai li I added Ii As Se tljtU Cath elepfapi at Lnnttlng at maninla, lool tall ii"ur his Nnt Oil. They them- s,iw the Elephant, i-rltie aged four, saw sn tr us for i he first t inn. Iti Bhe exclaimed: "Oh, at tii, iai horse i'li a llii r - , v mm ... .. . ..,.i.. i i IS VERY In The SUCCESSFUL T real m e nt of HAY FEVER These Cases Need Intelligent ADJUS I M b IN 1 1 VI . as the rasnions oi our uut ..". blouses change, bo must tho fash ions of lo r iin.iu s. French voile in , either th -ah or white is the fancy or I tho moment And teddies are be " trig shoved to tho background by snappy little knickers, which ml ! luiiv loves for their very trimness. They are not profusely ornament ed. Indeed, they are rather sevens things depending upon a flat lino or handsome lace for decoration. ml i m .1 ' pegg) Shanor i one oi u glnis beanl e ho i ame raw picture- hy waj of th tat New York I'cntury t i rirst i...,. ....... .,. harm into i.'il.ii l ...t.-r sl. i fea and hots Is an atti I ion on an itn A Ins the m and inrllling serial. 'I lie Sky IJ.illU" r, l'l hv Qeotse B. Belts, who playa ih--hen part, .lutn Caprli e bi Ing co tarnsi sttss Khattor shares with Ham Resaels the villein) ol the pic lute up to s eertnta point, shee her t nfler h. art i SO ' - lo r 10 go OVer to Un sMe ot the hem and bwrotne. roughi in.tii I in vaudeville, l on all : rei'll thrilling I'athe ,. i u 0bM :VJ -s ',.' t i . - i m 5 m ,1 mz. y j WW3 j, (Wfc - er jy JSj Tir. picjcnt S (fOOt 'i'tYr Wct ' fsrtimj l f r - Oltawa Shoe Hospital 814 La Salic St., Ottawa, III. OSTEOPATI IY Is the Only School of Drugless Healing Thnt Demands Sufficient Education , Graduates to DIAGNOSE and TREAT I luman .Ailment'; INTELLIGENTLY Four en s Hih School I i ui Years College One Year Accredited Surgical and Maternity I I- ispitals Society for Advancement of Osteopathy Have your ELECTRICAL WORK dune hy compe tent, Skilled workmen us iihj A I materials--and working muter exacting su pervlslon. H. I.- us nM.iii those fix tures. Estimates gladly to rnlshsd, 108 w. Main St. Phons 0? W. , Ottawa, III. Fashion's Latest Decrees in Good Shoes at Prices You Will he Glad to Pay A 0 . ..! -a - The latest shade of tan t all. tn.irlr in Wumen'j One Strap effect. A sliiijei oi unequalled beauty and service and rxi eptionally Low Priced at $6.50 Women's White Foot wear in latest oxfords, straps, ! . ( Jut white canvas footwear con sists ol good men nan dise; prices rijli t . $2.50 and up Oxfords nf every de- scription in black and several shades of brown, I Ins stock of oxfords i annol l.e equalled anywhere, Priced at $3.95 and up Men's Latest Ball Stays Oxfords in choii e shade of brown, I rencn last, r n I 1 er heels, at $6.50 Men's White Eve liiilt Oxfords. The cool .ind omfortable shoe for summer wear. $3.85 ivien s Our v extra iiie i . fry ii pair. Work Shoes ork sln.es give oti weai and nfortable fitting. ; I r your next $2 85 nd up Mm The III I lllldt oxfords ,.i.d whi shoes fo it it ii es the i hildren : .dlv nil e line n's straps and .1 kid, ('.'tent Wi .tidei till the i hildren tli.it .lie low ( omplete line nf San dais and play 0ft.td $1.25 to $1.65 L FASHION SHOE PARLORS Main Street