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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1921.
OTTAWA FREE TRADER JOURNAL. PAGE FIVt e IAIN'S TrnM i emtio r LflUC READ 10 ULSTER CABINET OPINIONS WliRE NOT FORTH COMING AT CONCLUSION 01 MEtTINC IN BELFAST EXPECT CONFERENCES TO BE RESUMED 1 wcdTMefs Belfast, July "til -.it peace terms Llvod George yest -A copy of the handed by Premier trday to Eamonn de Valors was placed before and con shlered by the plater cabinet today. No opinion on (lie terms was re qttoat- d by ih" British prim" minltter' 11 la stated VSA none has been liven, j Loudon. ,iui :-:. fho British ' BO' ernmehtl proposal 'to Baraonn del Valora the Irish republican leader for peace in Ireland probahly win not be made public until n definite reply to we Rovornnwnt'a terms ins been re-'! wived from the Selnu (rein leaden In Dublin, ii waa atate I today. II wai expected Mr. Uyod George! Will be able to make comprehensive statement concerning the peace terms in bouue ot commons next week, A Rr!',i3t View. Bt Ifurt, Juiv 22.-- wint may ba-cot aldi red ti tvplca crater view of the Irish viiii;. lion it ,TV( n today by the ii. iraai 't wi letter, f "U". are convinced,' it saya, ''that ui'tii cm "n- ernmV it pn ents ;i defl I Bite final decision t1, it admits of no haggling to the Rlnn Fein leaders they win continue to partial in de Wandlna the Impossible. Tha can noi ba Named for thli unvh : im ;.i tttude, f r tht fault. Ilea in the gov-; ernment'a own Indetermlned, fecbl.t action." i The Northern Whig naya Writ" If Br. De vateta elects to proceed with tho Ktnufl.i the I !- lists will 'io l"ss dl- appointed, "because they haw never surrendered to the glamour of Illu sions Mm of porsi'-f tit misreading of tho facts." Thi i m wspaper exoYii si i ths opi; Ion that If Mr. tk Vetera returns to w ndon to Inform Mr. Uoyd George thai ho baa brought a baeia for nego tiations or is anxious to resume thd search for one an anxious time for tin north; rn loyalists will ensue BXOecl Conferences to Be Resumed Dublin, July 82. Belief .that tie ftonversfftlona betwt m Eamonn da 1 valera and Premier Uoyd George will he resumed la expressed by the Free mar s Journal In Its comment on t! i peace negotiation today. The inter View between tho two m in i,,:,.,. ' jreaterday was evidently not th fr la.-t. th- newspaper says. The liiah Times bob Id-era that tin mihtti 7ni erive sansfacWoa from the fact that inti proposals .- ulj.-uit t-i "maiii'te I from ti e coalition cabinet, which Mr. jDe Valera did not fed Justified In im mediately turning down. Hoberg of Peru In Ottawa yester- of Chicago, who the past, number , returned to his Oahhoab , Mrs. Mm is Kiel Ethel Myers of Jefferson at., loti today tor Oregon. III., to apend i month visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. I,v Manley and son John of Harvard, III,, ure spending a tew days visiting at tho home Of Kev. and Mrs n P, Lawlerjn the Meth od. si parsonage, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pu'torson or Ot laws avenue will leave Sunday for a two weeks' trip to Denver and other points "I lull real In Colorado. Attorney A II. shay of Stroator transacted business In Ottawa yesterday. Attorney Oscar trensssied buslnoaj day. John Pel ingale has been spending Of days in this t i; home there. I Miss Virginia Werner of 1 Wlii., Is visiting Iff aunt, Knsussl of Illinois avt nuo. Hen Wertheimer of Chicago trauaacttng business in Ottawa, Miss Mai ion DeVore of Superior street la visiting friends In Sandwich. Pred Daggett ol Marseilles was an Ottawa visitor yesterday. Paul DeVore ot Superior street u.n n Sandwich visitor yesterday, Charles Batchowsky of Marseille visited friends In Ottawa last night, Mrs. Pred Nelson motored to Stria tor yesterday afternoon. Miss baunla Ausscra went to Glen wood on a business trip yeatSrday. Robert Green of La sail", a former Ottawa resident visited friends, here yeaterdaj . Hill Hughes of Earlville was an Ot' tawa visitor yesterday. Mrs. Jerry Murphy, 1116 Clinton street visited friends in Chicago yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. Jail; Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCleland vlsi ted friends In Sheridan last night. Miss Mildred Brady was ,t Marseil le i visitor last night Mrs. D. A. Mnher and Miss Hen rietta Rahlfs if Chicago are vIsitluR ' th" home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Malic r on Washington street. Crank H;lms has returned honi" after a visit v ith friends in Chicago; Mr. and .Mrs. Abe Gray of Colum bus street attended the races in Au rora yesterday. C. 1) Marias and s in Junior were Mar3eilleo visitor; yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hager of Mar ellles wen Ottawa visitors yesterday. Vernon Muss vas an Aurora vlsito yesterday. Arnold Wilheltn and Mnnlev MorKy WOT i Aurora visitors yesterday. Song, "l.lttlo Children, Come to Jwms" By the. boya llocltallon, "Th. Record Kej.L" . . r Ruby Hendrlckson Recitation, "Jesus Was Once a Little child" Mervlu Jedo Ret nation, "The tJentleman" Stanley HerRe Exercise, "Voices Of the Plotters" Sella Jerde, Elian Dale, Alma Hoe, Oladya Orude. Song, "Anywhere with Josus1'.., Mix girls itecitauon, ah Things Beauti ful" Truman Anders n , Hi citation, "The Little Singer", . Ellen Larson Iter it.'itii.n . ... . I -if Exercise, "Mother. Pather" Twelve childieu Recitation, "Our Heaveuly Shep herd" Maud Holman Song. ",'oi Sallg er den Lille Wok" School Ret Ration, "Poor Little Jim" Marvefle, Variant! Exercise, "Our Day, Children's Iay" six childre i Ri i Itatlon, "Some Small Sweet Way'" ItttsHfll Vatlani; Exercise, "Ltttli Servants" Thor Wallen, Oorden Orude and Clarence Hoe.. Recitation, "One Act" Sodeii Anderson Song, "Jesus Loves Mo" Thor Walletn Rt c Ration, "Ungbirken", Ellen Dale Recitation, "Jesus Loves th, Cfljil- I dran" Margaret Holm aa Song School Children's sermon I ir. Iveraon 'from Ames, lowtt) Closing hymn Audienci Either Varland, teacher. SATURDAY SPECIALS AT STANTON'S SOLD MINING STOCK WITHOUT TAX COUPONS Chicago July 22,- II W. Hanson of Decatur, ill., and Walter N, Morri son of Chicago, 111., a broker, are at liberty today under $l,ooo bonds as tho result of their arrest vesterdaC 'by internal revenue officers charged with selling mining Btock wtthOUl al tachlng the required federal lax cou pon of live cents per $100, Hanson Is said to lie former presi dent of the mining company Tho government also seised $1,575.. 000 worth of mining slock. HOLDS EXAMS FOR MASTER PLUMBERS city Plumbing Inspector William Wilson yesterday at the city offices conducted an examination tor certi ilea tee as master plumbers and jour nayman, WaJb f O'Nell and m. ki well of Serena took the examlhatlona for a journeyman's certificate and O, ii. Barnhard as a master plumber. Demonstration Sale. 179,50 for One Minute Electric Washer. See it operated. New prices In effect JORDAjN HDWB. CO. Notebook. If you have the lirililt of iiitllltiB things awny so well that yon cannot find them. gCil a small hdlehfltili and when you pui something nwny uota the place. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sen led bids will he received for the construction of the improvement of parts of He Kalh and other Streets' in the northwest part or the City or Ottawa by the Council of the City of Ottawa, until the 3rd day of August, A. I). l'j'M. at the hour of 7:20 p. in., at the City Office In the Central Late Building In said City or Ottawa, Illi nois, at which time and place said bids will be pttblleally opened. It is estimated that there will be about the following amounts or work to li" done and materials to be fur nished : SMn lineal feet of 8-lnch pipo sewer, 4 io lineal feel oi 6-lnch pipe sewer for bouse connections; two manholes for catch basins, and i cubic yards of! rock excavation. Kafd Improvement shall be con structed fade in accordance with I the ordinance providing for the same I and the maps, plats, plans and speci-i llcations for the same on file in the of-! lice of the City Clerk. Proposals must be made on blanks furnished by said Council and in com- pllanoe with the Instructions thereto attached, which can bo had on appll-j cation to the City Clerk, and must lie accompanied by cash or by check, payable to the order of the Mayor In his official capacity, certified by gj responsible bank for an amount of not' less than ten per cent (loper cent) bf the aggregate of the proposal, The contractor shall be paid In I bonds, bearing the rate of live per cent (5 per cent) per annum. No bid will be received unless the parly offering It shall furnish evi dence that he has the necessary facili ties, ability find pecuniary resources to fulfill the condition of the contract and execute Hie work, should the con tract he awarded to him. Bidders will examine the ordi nances, maps, plats, plans, specifica tions and also the locality in which said work is to be clone and judge for t tnemseivei ail ot the conditions and circumstances affecting the cost and nature of the work. The Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids, as authorised by law. Hated at Ottawa, Illinois, this 2:'nd day of July, A. I). 1921. GEORGE V. B. WEEKS, Mayor of the City of Ottawa, Illinois. W. W. CURTIS, City Clark of the City of Ottawa, Illinois. Demonstration Sale. 7( .50 for One Minute Klectrlo Washer fee It operated. New prlcea iu effect. JORDAN HDWIE. CO. Eliminate Worthless Pictures. If pictures aie worth Cratalng have Ihem framed, Otherwise put them oua.v or throw tlieiu away. Doq'I let the younger members of (bp family pin pictures' on the wall. The edge! Ctrl run! (bey soon become unsightly dosl collectors, Rrnnll, fussy hrio-n-brae should be n voided for the ait me reason. Hopeless. "Ah, I was a struggling young man when I married her. Ye, i struggled hard, but I couldn't escape." Kruw Looker-! n, Calcutta, asssssi ssMSBUssaMassssassss inc. $1. all SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN'S DAY tn's day exercises will be held " mcrnres at 10:30 o'clock Malty Lutheran church on fTeet. V tl i program COtft f !:!. : :tl numbers and read- be gtven. The general nuo- invitation program HARDi MAY CAMP WITH EDISON, FORD Wat Mis. I tation posed Ford ; hington, Juy 22. President and I larding are considering an invi- j iv-join in a camauig party com of Thomas A. Edisdn, Henry tnd Harvey Firestone, over tin; end at siitne unaniiou i' from Washington iitced nla'ci Clifhj! on Fr " :-t th- ' Ou'jfic sis! ill", i lugs will no nas neen extend"'! in to attend. Tho tojlpwipg u in no gjvtin.;.. ' Olieniiig hymn Audience Scripture reading and prayer.... Song, "All Ha'.l the Power or Jesus' N'amr" School Recitation;, "Welcome? i Gordon Grade Recitation, ' I Ssnt' Par to Jeeua" SolVelg Waller. Exercise, "Ho a Kindness" Kight childre i Recitation, "I Have Christ. What Wart I more?" Zella Jerde Muslin night gowns, .Vi.-. Pink and while crepe bloomer White sateen bloomers. Bfd. Georgette and satin camisoles, s'ilk stockings, all colors and sizes. 49''. Pure thread silk stocking;, all col ors, values $2.00. $1.00 per pair. Polly Prim dress aprons, 7!lc. Bungalow coverall aprons, best per cale, light or dark, braid trimmed, tie back belt, 9Sr. Red check dress aprons, collar, pockets and sash, organdie trimmed, 12,06, Wash dresses, values up to $7.50, for $'.95. Embroidered muslin petticoats, values, to $2.00, for $1.00. Tuxedo model silk sweaters. $5.95, Bathing suits, in cotton and jersey, grey and white trimming, for $2.50. AU wool bathing suits, all colors, for $5.95. Surf satin white wash skirts, $5.00 values, ror $3.50. Surf satin and cotton poiret twill white skills, in extra large sizes, 14.96. White wash skirts. $1.00. ' Georgette and crepe do chine waists for $2.95. Silk and georgette overblouses tol iS.96. White wash waists, $1.00, Double panel white sateen petti coats, $1.59. White wash skirts, In extra large sizes, for $2.95 . All wool skirts in plain colors and novelties, values $?.."'), for 13.96 mill BJgSJBgBS)SBB ranee Levers' Quarrels Not Trifles. has been said that lovers' i f im r are Inn the renewal of love There ; never a fa'ser word. Every iiiar- I a bloi on Q fair page. Forgive- may eanae it. but, tit the best, the 1 It re: - was re I rie-- tnnrh ot the erasure ami the page wears entj re, Is there thin. S. forever, G. Tail- PIGGLY WIGGLY The word, grocery, suggests many different places. The words, PIGGL WIGGLY suggest the or?e perfect place for buying food product. P and G, White Naptha Large White Virginia Cobbler or Star Potatoes, the best there are 10 Bars 57c Per Peck 49c Swansdown Cake Flour Large Juicy Lemons Pkg. 33c Dozen 48c ! I I Campbells Rordens Evaporated Pork and Beans Milk, Tall cans 10c Can 11c i 1 1 . in in - Bordens Evaporated Sani Flush Milk, Small cans 5c Can 20c . Special Japan Tea Bond Brand Coffee Lb 49c Lb. 29c L eTl ' N' B Bulk Oranges Mixed Cookies Dozen 52c Per Lb. 23c Keen Kleener Can 5c Choice H. P. Mich. Navy Beans 5 Lbs. 25c Best Creamery Butter, Lb. 42c Old Dutch Cleanser Can 8c N. B. C. PACKAGE GOODS 12ic Vanilla Waferi, Chocolate Wa ters, Cocoanut Dainties, Tokens, Cheese Sandwich, Fig Newtons, Oatmeal Crackers. Graham 'Crack r ac iters, i remmm Sodc as. N. B. C. PACKAGE QOODS 61c LJneeda Biscuits, Premium So das, Graham Crackers, Oatmeal Cookies, Zu Zus, Lemon Snaps, Barnums Animals. WANTED- Girl for Saturday nights. Apply before 10 o'clock Sat urday morning in person at store. ! ! I HERE'S YOUR BIG CHANCE TO BUY QUALITY SUITS AT Prices Lower Than They Will Be Next Fall Buy now and save money! always and all suits and other prices. Prices quoted on men's $25 suits reduced to . $30 suits reduced to . $35 suits reduced to . $40 suits reduced to . STIEFEL'S policy of long standing is being followed this year as merchandise will be sold at clearance this month at greatly reduced and boy's suits are below next Fall's replacement costs. . $18.50 $45 suits reduced to . $23.50 $50 suits reduced to .$27.50 $55 suits reduced to .$31.50 $60 suits reduced to Suits $1 . . $35.50 . $39.50 $43.50 $45.50 6.95 Tailored by Ha the season's leading summer. Now selling t Schaffner & Marx and Campus Togs experts and fashioned from styles. The sort of clothes the well-dressed man appreciates for at Ices than half their original cost. Mohair Palm Beach Alpacas Young Men's $25 All Wool Blue Serge Suits, in a limited number Sizes 32 to 35. $4 Prices Slashed on Suits for Boys $ 1 0 suits reduced to .... $ 7.95 $ 1 2 suits reduced to .... $ 9. 10 $ I 5 suits reduced to $ 1 8 suits reduced to $20 suits reduced to $11.90 $13.80 $14.90 All Wool suits for boys, sizes 7 to 17. Regular $10 and $12 values, in limited numbers and broken size lines. The finest suits any boy could wear, now selling at sacrifice prices. (Main Want Ad Section Page Seven.) LOST Hag containing et of tiro chains, either In Ottawa or Marseil les, or on the- canal road between Ot tawa and Marseilles-; reward for re turn. WARRICK & WARRICK, 214 Central Life iiidg. AGENTS AJake $T5.00 weekly selling guaranteed hosiery. We guarantee f $39.00 weekly- full time. 7.ric an hour I spare time. Experience unnecessary. Perfection Hosiery, Darby, Pa. ' ' BUTCHER WANTED at onee. Ex perience in killing and sausage mak ing. I'lione No. 4, Herman Looser, Paw Paw. Illinois. TONIGHT HAROLD GOODWIN IN "HEARTS OF YOUTH" From the famous novel "Ishmael," by Mrs. t. E. N. Southworth. Harold Goodwin appeared with Tom Mix in "The Road Demon." and is one of the best of younger stars. TOMORROW LESTER CUNEO IN "The Ranger and ihe Law" :'reat West. II A melodrama ol the I TODAY and TOMORROW 4 A Beggar in Purple Produced by EDGAR LEWIS A story witht heart interest, dramatic moments and a pleasing romance ALSO TOPICS OF THE DAY SUNDAY - MONDAY VIOLA DANA IN "The Off-Shore Pirate" Saturday Cash i Specials Pure l;:rd (jS wlffs Silver 'Leaf) ib ftiltf Reef Boll 10-12'a? Corned Reef, Sat. only, (Made from nice young steer beef) 1 Z'c Veal Stews 10-12'ic 6 large rolls Toilet Paper 25r 1 lb. Coffee (Sat. only) 23e Monagtain Oats 10c Corn Flakes 10C 1 can Corn 10c 1 can Tomatoes 10c 1 can Syrup 10c' in bars P. & . Soap 57c 50 lbs. Sold Medal Flour ...... $2.49 Strictly fresh Eggs, fancy Butter. Sweet. Com. Tomatoes. Cabbage. Cukes. Hananas., Oranges, Blue Plums, W. Melons, Cantaloupes. Irwin J. Schmilt Tel. 468. . .Grocery and Market. mi j 1 i PIGGLY WIGGLY TTzc Qualify S fore