Newspaper Page Text
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1921.
PROGRAMOFCOUNTY TEACHERS MEETING ANNOUNCED T DAY CONVENTION WILL BE HELD AT GRAND RIDGE M. E. CHURCH WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7 OTTAWA ARTISTS TO TAKE PART. The program for the 1 Salle County Mimic TeachoiV convention Dec. 7 ut Grand ftldge M. K. church 1b announced by the lirogram commit tee, M Ism Kllzaheth Malcolm, Mrs. Anna Porter. Ottawa and MIhs Dlccy Hooble, Streator. The county music teachers will be well represented OB the .students' pragma In the after noon. The annual election will occur at the business meeting at 4:110 p. m. The present, officers are: Mm. A. H. Bell, Lostaut, president. MLhh Kmma Mathre, Newark, vice president. Miss Martha Hrennecke, Streator. aecrctary. Mrs. W. 0. Foster, Streator, treas urer. The program 1h worthy of attention of all music lovers and shows that the teacher!) In the organization are ele vating the standard! of mufdc and choosing the best of teaching material for their students. (inuid liidge Is making an effort to arouse much in terest In the convention, as the resi dents of the village realize that tho event will give them an unusual op portunity to hear some splendid music. The program follows: 3 P. M. Students' Recital. Scotch Idyl Hoyd Wells Polonaise In A major Chopin Zita Bennett (Leeds). "Puck" Phillips Second mazurka Godard AithM Missel Good Night Song" Wallace "Lullaby" Greenwalo Alice iiutchins. "Curious Story" Heller Mary Hunt. Violin duet, "Alia Marcla" Treiw Berates I'rendergast, Marjorie BotUkl lack. "May Song" Esterbrook "Fairy's Wedding' Qulgley Ida Burtlnatti. "Fleeting Fireflies" Delafleld Jessie Harris. "Valse Mlgnonne" Schuett "Sunset" Torjussen Anna Mao Hartong "Wake Up" Phillips "Were I a Bird" Phillips "Rain" Curran Miss Bertha Wilkinson. Accompanist, Herbert Senator. Minuet Paderewsk'. 1 10 THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER-JOURNAL. GIDEON PAGE THREE, ELKS HOLD LODGE Anna June Vox. 'Serenade" Uebling Klizahet'fi Meyers. Piano "Danse Negre" Scott "Scotch Poem" MacDowell "Country Dance" Grainger Harry Pusey. Violin Minuet In G. . Beethoven "Humoresque" Dvorak John Freeman. Accompanist. Miss liecy Hoobler. "Danse des K'leurs" Beach Romance In I' sharp major , Schumann Polonaise . MacDowell Lucllo Calhoun. "Etude Henoique" Heller "Iove Dream." No. :i Liszt Louise Meyer. "Sunlight Waltz Song". .Harriet Ware Cecelia Sheehan. Mr. Barbour at piano. Allegro Clewtqua Henri Ravina Mary Chtpon, Business Meeting. 4:&0 J. m. Annual business meet lng. Paper. "A VIsR With Jean de Reszkf," Miss Ida Chamberlain of Ot taw a. Round table. Evening Concert 8 O'Clock. Prano, "The Drago Fly" Nevin "The Rosary" Nevin Mrs. E. Hi Pool, Ottawa. "The Nii;ht Wind's Lullaby" Estella M. Hillman Bell "Sprlngtlme"..Estella M. Hillman Bell Mrs. George Schiffbauer of Streator. The composer at the piano. Piano, Consolation, No. 6 Liszt "Du Blst die Run" Liszt Mrs. Charles Bundy, Loonore. Lecture-recital, "American Indian and Negro Music," Mrs. W. G. Foster, twelfth district music chairman, L F. W. C, assisted by: Mrs. Frank Harrison, pianist, of Streator. Miss Sophia Jobst, contralto, Ot tawa. ILouls R. Broaddus, violin, Strea tor. Do Vore Craine, flute, of Grand Ridge. Accompanist, Katheryn M. Foster, Streator. "Annie Laurie" Buck Violin quartet, "Hallelujah Chorus". i Handel Ruth Messersmlth. Louis R. Broaddus, Bernard Friedman, Karl Urlx, Streator. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Lansing f Chicago, have returned to their home in that city after spending the ..si severa days visiting wmi friends in Ottawa. Mrs. Leon Selby and children of Chicago, are In Ottawa for the holi days with friends and relatives. Mrs. B.dtiv will tie remembered as Miss Kittle Cuton. Miss Ijuura Caton of Racine, Is vis itlng with Ottawa friends and rela I 1 I'flU OMimtnn Colwell vlsitod with friends in La Salle last, night. iniin Weslev of Chicago, has re turned to bis home in that city after viHttlnir with friends and relumes in this city. wi.....r Hitter of West Main street visited with friends in Streator last tiiirlit Friodeii Anderson caneu mi ouw .... r.li.iids last eveuillK. Hoy Ttmmoni 01 weneca, spem immt evening visiting with menus in ui . .... . ......... i Joseph Joy of fcust smperiui visited friends in li fMine msi ui-; M,- vv II. Hull Jr.. of Dallas Texas! who has been visiting forme ,i i i,. nttawa. niHrua iin ko.1 todnv. She was accompanied i by Mrs. Charles A. Caton. who will visit in the Southern city for a time. Albert Lempke visited in Streator lllWMliam Lane and Ben Blake pf Marseilles visited with friends in this citv last night. John 'Walsh of U Salle called on friends in Ottawa last night. Mr and Mrs. John I'akenhum and Elmer llam.nalle. formerly of lb s City have returned here to make their future homes alter spending the past vear in Rock Island, where they re sided. , u . Arthur Halligan visited friends in Streator last night H Hauge of Marseilles city last night. .., Kenneth Snpp, mu uey ' . wui.rmiin and James Moi gan were among those who ttentl Mt night visiting with friends in U Sail Miss Launia aumwu Peoria today to attend a probation officers convention. P. (i. Schoch is spending the day In Chicago On business. Harvey White made a business trip to Chicago this morning. J. M. Damgard went to Chicago on business this morning. C F Brenn is spending the .lay in Chicago today on business matters J A Burster. W. J. Boisseniu and B E. Roberts went to Chicago this morning on a business matter. George A. Crowden received a message on Saturday informing him that his son Howard, who is attending the Lake Academy was seriously ill and had been removed to a hospital. Mr Crowden went to Lake Forest on the first train. Yesterday Howard was suflicently Improved to be re- TTWlUOfl til lllS home in this city. It is not likely he will be able to return school until utter me noim... OF SORROW FOR TWO DECEASED MEMBERS with ,'isited this MEMORIAL SERVICES CONDUCT ED YESTERDAY AFTERNOON ATTRACT LARGE AUDIENCE IMPRESSIVE RITES ACCOMPANY CEREMONIES FOR THE DEAD. Many Ottawans gathered at the Elks' home yesterday to attend the annual lodge of sorrow of the organ ization. The services were held to eommemorale Dr. A. K. Herzog and David Samuels Jr.. of Marseilles, members of the Ottawa lodge, who have passed away during the past year. The services were held In the lodge room of the home at 3 o'clock. The services opened with a piano solo bv William Cordon, followed by the opening ceremonies of the ritual, after which the organization chaplain, C. M. Corbin, led in prayer. Miss Vera B, Ham then sang "Oh Rest In the Lord," anil Mrs. George P. Fisher sang "There Is no Death." Oscar Haeberle delivered a very beautiful eulogy on Dr. Herzog. speaking on the life of the former Ottawa man. who for years was a member of Ottawa lodge. At the close of Mr. Haeberle's ad dress George Welsh sang "Eye Hath Not Seen." The memorial address of the after noon was delivered by Hon. Thurlow Ksslngton of Streator. Mr. Essing ton. who is u very pleasing orator, spoke on the principles upon which Elkdom is founded, and paid tribute to the two members of the lodge who have passed away during the past year. Arthur Haliagan sang "The Vacant Chair" at the close of Mr. Essingtou's talk. The ritual of the organiation was then continued, after which Mrs. Geo. P. Fisher sang "These Are They." At the conclusion of the memorial ritual the chaplain, C. Iff. Corbin, pronounc ed the benediction. WW' f E. L. VOGEL CONGRESS BACK ON JOB AFTER 10 DAYS' Fl RESPITE ROM DUTY losing days of the BUSY SESSIONS ARE AHEAD OF NATIONAL LAW MAKING BODY WHICH BEGAN ITS GRIND AT NOON TODAY. Washington, Dec. ii. Congress re convened today for its regular win ter session and will be confronted al most Immediately with legislation which will keep it in session many months. Much of this legislation was left over from the special session which ended ten days ago. In addition there will be new legislation to be recom mended by Pres. Harding in his an nual message Tuesday. The opening session was short. In the senate a motion was made by Re publican leaders to displace the rail road relief bill, which is the unfinish ed business with the foreign loan re funding bill, which administration leaders have decided to press. The house will receive the budget and take up several minor bills left on the calendar on th special session. President Harding will uddress con gress In Joint session Tuesday and bis rooommendatlons will be dle on ed Wednesday and Thursday. On those days the senate will also get down to work on the foreign loan bill. In addition to the loan bill, the sol diers' bonus ami the permanent tar iff hills, which went over from the special session, will demand early at tention. Administration leaders have made no plans for bringing up the bonus measure until late in the win ter, but the tariff hill light will start early. The tariff bill bus been before the senate finance Committee since Au gust. The committee expects to re port it to the senate some time in January. The railroad relief bill will be dropped. In his message to congress the president will urge economy and a merchant marine subsidy. The president will insist upon an other revision of the tax laws in a special message later. Reduction of surtaxes to 25 or VI per cent will be recommended bv the president, it is understood. The Borah bill exempting American coastwise vessels from tolls through the Panama canal will be allowed to remain in the bouse committee for severul months If administration lead ers have their wuy. The bill wan passed by the senate In the special session but was promptly pigeonhole when it reached the house. The problem of the size of the bouse of representatives in accor mice with the new census also wlv come up before congress during ti, session. A reapportionment bill IV creasing the size of the house trow 486 to 4fio members Was reported by the house committee last session, tout was not acted upon. Considera ble opposition iB expected in the sen ate to increasing the size o the house at all and the president may he called upon to Intervene before the matter is settled. Ottawa Woman's Club Cook Book. Sold by Kneussl Bros., Ottawa. G. F. Smith, Grand Ridge. Allen Drug Store, Marseilles. George Selmer, Utlca. F. O. Watson, Leland. Notice. On October 12, 1921, the Ottawa Brewery changed Its name. After this date It will he known as the Ottawa Products Co. Notice. Free booklets, "How to Serve Sun shine in Your Home." Demonstration now on. The "Sunshine Lady" would like to see you at T. R. Godfrey's. Try ths Free Trader-Journal Want Ads For Quick Results ZION CHURCH LADIES TO STAGE PLAYLET The ladles of tho Zlon Evangelical Lutheran church are completing re hearsals for their two-act play, "The Spinsters' Club," which will be pre sented In Zion Memorial hall on the night of Wednesday, Dec. ". The play, which is a farce, promises to be one of the most genuinely Interesting home talent productions ever given in Ottawa. The play deals with a club of spin sters who li ml time crecmnvr unon Mrs William Stadden and (laugh- them mateless. Their innermost, de- ... r..., ,t" Ha al , ... .- .. i j j ,i .. t. .... . ...... i ter Miss Myrtle Duwuva ... 'vsiie ib lor n euuu i ami n diwumiu Mrs.' Charles Hoeii'-s Hets.y Bobbitt Mrs. John llaker .lemlna Ball Bump Mrs. Joe Blier Frances Lucretla Goodhope Carrie Yenne Jerueha Matilda Sprigging Mrs. Ed Martin .Martha Elvira Blathers Mrs. Otto Blchelkrau. THOMAS Two bible workers who yesterday visited Ottawa and delivered sermons , rti 4 from pulpits of local churches. , Vtsnfi i if P I lllh opiiidici 0 V1UU By Ladies' Aid $ee the Old Women Act Farce Comedy in Two Acts A good cure for the blues Florence Rebecca Corey . Mrs l r. mi. Johnsoi; VVpfj. UeC- -A. at 8 p.m. HI Zion Memorial Halt 622 W. Jefferson St. Admn. Adults, 50 cents Children 25c cents Bazaar afternoon and evening 14 WED. 3 and 8 DOROTHY'S CONQUEST A MOVING PICTURE SHOWING HOW LITTLE DOROTHY STRAIT OF OTTAWA, tne most serious case of infantile paralysis of the epidemic of 1917, wins back the use of her limbs. Her own story ordered re printed and read in every school in La Salle county. HOW DISEASE IS PREVENTED, explained by Dr. Thomas Allen, originator of newspaper Daily Health Hints and of the Health Movie, now here. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY OF THE OZARKS A delightful and pro fitable entertainment that no parent should miss. Please come afternoon, if you can. Xerissa BHhel Bodkin Mrs. Carrie Doss Eliza Jane Beeswax Mrs. S. Koss Bophronia Aramlnta Long Mrs. Charles Hlssler J salca Juliet smith Mrs. William Kiehelkruut Cleopatra Bell Brown Vera Bones Violet Ann Buggies Mrs. Alfred Blumenthal Mercy Desire Adams Mrs. Arthur Krause Anastasia Melissa Muggins Mrs. Frank Morrison Rejuvenated spinsters Helen Bach, Jennie Schaefer, Ethel Over, Helena Hitter, Grace Woodruff, Jeanettu Bruck, Bernlce Eichelkraut. vacation. Washington street, went to ( nicago this morning for a two days visit. Hugh Bailv of Chicago, a former Ottawa resident spent the week-end at the home of Dr. and Mrs. 1. W Burrows on Columbus street. TWO MORE ENTER RACE FOR SHERIFF Ole Twait, a former member ot Company C, has thrown his hat into the ring, an (lis seeking the republi can nomination for the office of sher iff at th nrimeries next spring Ras mus Benson on Saturday hurled bis hat Into the ring, for the nomination, which brings the total number of can iddates for the office on the republi can ticket up to six at the present time. The four who have previously an nounced their candidacy are Deputy Sheriff Charles W. Campbell, Police man Walter Hisler of Ottawa, Ed ward Welter and Matthew J. Noonan, both of La Salle. Mr. Twalt was in the army for two vears during the world war, serving overapns with "Ottawa's Own" com pany all the time they were on the firing line. Mr. Benson served for two terms as deputy sheriff under his brother, Sheriff Ole E. Benson, and under Sheriff John G. Mischke. The Women's Relief Corps will hold its repular meeting Wednes day at 2:30 at Odd Eellows' hall. Election ot officers. Ladies, don't forget your Xmas parcels for the Wilmington home. j rnflHBHnil kWAfr1 ,l-a'sj i m TONIGHT HOPE HAMPTON in "THE BAIT A MAURICE TOURNEUR PRODUCTION Also Harold Lloyd Comedy "Pistols for Breakfast riiey learn that Professor Makeover, a wonderful inventor, has just per fected a marvelous machine which rejuvenate tho old and gives the young any desire their hearts wish. Professor Makeover is secured for a meeting of the club, and the work-inc-s of his wonderful machine are demonstrated by turning the spinsters into anything they wish to be. All goes well until a spinster who tips the scales at the heavyweight mark en ters the machine. Does she break it? Well, Wednesday night will show just how many pieces such a machine can be broken into. The cast of characters for the pro duction will be as follows: Professor Makeover, inventor of the Remodelscope Oscar Bruck George Washington Jones, his as sistant Elmer Fucha President Ottilia Gerding Priscilla Abigail Hobbs, secretary Mrs. H. Hartmar Anna Maria Simmons, treasurer.. Mrs. George Hitter Josephine Jane Green Mrs. Richard Streul Ophelia Arilla Pitkins Mrs. Fred Hitter Patience Desire Mann Mrs. Walter Stuenkel Rachel Rebecca Short Mrs. Thomas Woodward Sophia Bronson Titterington Mrs. Albert Boulanger Portia Olivia Bennett Mrs. Edward Saager Penelope Gertrude Doolittle Notice. The ladles of the Congregational church will hold their annual bazaar on hursday afternoon and evening, DecT. 8. A supper will be served from 5 to 7, to which the public is Invited, at 50c per plate. Try the Free Trader-Journal Want Ads CHICHESTER S PILLS Tin; DIAMOND BRAND, l.ill. l AU Jmr UnnMt far . I'kl-ckM-trrK IMnmonl Hr.! IM1U In Krd tid Vald mrtalllA bote. tfelM with Blue Ribbon. Tk mi olkcr. Ilur nf vn SranM. a v r .f( in. Ifl s-TFR-Il DIAMOND llRAND HUJL tm II rears known Ks Rest. Safest, Alwtyn Reliable) SOLD BV HRUGOISTS EVERYWHERE For Sale. Special high grade 7.500 mile guar anteed 30x3 tires. 7.50. Spot lights, $7.50 value. $2.95. Horn out fits. $2. We are slaughtering prices Selections $2.50 toP$12.50H JpV WILLIAM H m METZLER m M 224 MADISON ST. BBj CLASSIFIED ADS. (Main Want Ad Section Page Flve. FOR SALE Brunswick Baby Grand combination billiard and pool tablt good as new. Size 4x8; two sets of cushions; 3 ivory billiard balls; 1 set of pool balls; cues; etc. Phone Utica 137-W. A SPLENDID assort ment of high grade new and novel cards, beautifully embossed and engraved. The prices, with your name engraved, are the most reasonable i n Ottawa. You know that work from this shop is the best you want that kind. It? MmMmfttv ilmtrttal f rutting (En. mm TODAY May McAvoy and Kathlyn Williams in "Everything For Sale An excellent Realart Feature ALSO A NEW ROLL IN COMEDY TOMORROW "WHEN DAWN CAME" An absorbing drama of the soul with an exceptional cast "THE BARRICADE" With Kenneth Harlan, Wm. H. Strauss and Catherine Spencer A great production LOST Little girl's alligator pocket book. Small amount of money. Val ued as gift. Reward. Conde Motor Supply Co. Phone 600. HH (HP l smm1 I "Midsummer Madness LOIS WILSON, LILA LEE, JACK HOLT and CONRAD NAGEL JA moment of madness fvith her husband's (friend and four lives faced Brim tragedy. WILLIAM De MILLE PRODUCTION One of the biggest hu Jnan dramas ever Screened. A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Admission, Adults 30c, Children 10 Mat. 1 :15, 2:30, Night, 7:00, 8:15 Buehler Bros. Meats- Market, 229 W. Madison St. Meats mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Quality, low prices, service, full weight and true advertising above all with us. Biq Bargains for Tuesday CHUCK STEAK Young, tender Beef, lb Hamburger - Made of Fresh Ground Beef, lb BULK SAUSAGE Fresh Made, lb. SPARE RIBS-Salted lb CALIFORNIA HAMS Sugar Cured, lb BEEF TONGUES Strictly fresh, lb. CORNED BEEF Sugar Cured, lb. FANCY PINEAPPLE Large cans lb. 8c 8c 10c 7c 13c 22c 5c 25c ri Ml ! on tires. SDW. HAYNE SUPPLY CO., Inc.