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PAGE TWO. OF FARMS PROPOSED pOWl i AI AG. CONFERENCE PROPOSITION DESIGNED TO MAKE CROP RAISING A SELF SUSTAINING INDUSTRY IN DORSED BY COMMITTEE IN SES SION AT WASHINGTON. WstdiinRton. Jan. Jti. - I'ropoeajl looking to development of American agriculture a a self-sustaining tad II try were considered Wednesday b the national aurlcultural conference while its committees continued work on sug:i;es-te:l measures to relieve the present acute situation and provide for general rehabilitation. Addresses on marketing problems were Interrupted long enough to per mit Chairman Anderson to deny .i dlurge voiced in boiue quartets. l!i i' conference delegates were Laud piciied." Mr. Anderson saul S'ere tary Wallace had consulted farm or naniiation leader and others in mak ing up his list. Governor I'arker of l-ouisinna. one of the llrst speakers to mention the "whispered" talk of hand picked" deb gates at yesterday needing, also defended the confer ence. other speakers yesterday Include! W. I.. Wagner of Chicago, Carl W11 Hams of Chicago and Robert Mi DottgaH, president of the huag' Hoard of Trade. A proposal lor establishment of commodity financing through loan lo farmers was indorsed late yestei day by a sulx'Oinmittce The proposal v. us said to provide lor creation hv the government of an agency for di counling farmers' notes, based on age. cultural commodities and live stock paper. This was said to be one im portant step necessary to ameliorate the present situation. A uumber of informal conferences were held yesterday, by delegates said to Us considering proposal of a reso lution indorsing the "farm bloc Is congress. Mr. McDougall, who told of the pait played by his organization in the mar kiting system, asserted it was impos sible "to separate the marketing prob lem from that of production." Officials of the Chicago Board Of Trade know It can prosper only i: gTHin growers prosper. Mr. McDou gall said, and that the board there lore was "Interested in a better and more prosperous production system ." The board or trade favors a si icn tifie agriculture, based on a fifty-year program, "rather than on hand-tj-mouth adjustment to meet temporary troubles." he added. Rapid spread of co-operative eleva tors throughout the gram belt, lie con tinued, was materially assisted by maintenance of an open markpt "In which farmers' elevator companies might comete on equal terms with individual dealers and line eievatm companies." by the efforts of the Chi cago Board of Trade. Fifty-six per cent of grain received at Chicago, he Mid, come from farmers' elevators. "The board of trade." he asserted, "looks on the farm bureau movement as the greatest forward step taken by American agriculture in the last forty years." He said the lM)ard hoped to co oper ate with the rawly created farmers committee in solving marketing prob lems. American agriculture as a whole "could profitably study (actors' that have contributed to the welfare of -California in the face ot general busi ness depression," (5. Harold PoWtdl, general manager of the California fruit tirowers' Kxchunge, said in his address. He asserted success of co operative marketing depended "upon the will of the farmer to co-operate, and development of "a spirit of mu tual confidence and trus" between those i ngaging in the venture Recommendation for construction Oi the St. I.awrenee-t Ireat Lakes Sra terway prpject was voted by the sub committee on waterways transports tlon under the genera! transportation , committee. Recommendation tor repeal of the commonly known guaranty clause of the transportation act and return r the state railroad commissions of con ! ticl over state rates was voted by i , sub-committee on railway transports : Hon. ' On .i recommendation against any proposition looking toward price flx- ing In agricultural products was voted by subcommittee of thp com- I mltt.ee on marketing of farm prod ucts. This decision, it whs said, wa: reacBed only after a strong light by advocates of the price-fixing propoei Personality. It Is personality that makes for vur sin '-ess or our failure among men. and this personulity does n,,t come by chance. Tastes and dispositions we may inherit, xmi natural talents may have been ulven us. but otti of Hie.e e are to shape that strange and won derfully effective toof-personality. Juvenile Edition Wanted. 'Mamma." snid IJtOe Fred, "tnil imi is awfully hard. Can't you get a kiUyehistn V ' Qeptist Boys and tiirls. "Mite" Have Known It. He whs a very promising yettU Scit-ntisl untiJ he I rie I Mrm t the "dye" frnm dynnmlte. Science ln elition. and CHICHESTER S PIULS 1 bfr, Mlr1 itll BlM R; . V nam?, v-- n ni iri A -rr Qevrge J. Qleim vu elected presl Jont of ilif Cimmvuiitfonul brother hood m the annual business moatim which was bald on Tueeda) tuttht at the chairch. Tlie complete list of of (Kits otMSan WU as follows: lYeMident -Oeonge .r. OMb. Ylce president Willium Tvd man. ; fjetslsi) Charles Bradford. Tre.udirer - Alt' The election v supper. About 8 cut. A trie, of Pasty "d Paul id Taylor. is held following thtv men were pres Harry and William Baxter furnished very en.iiyall musical program, and iddress u.is delivered a verv goou by Senate: Streator. Thnriow Eatingten of One or the larj'st clven In Ottawa thll private parties I year was held last night, when at odd Pellowa' hall Mr and Mrs into J. Maass and Mr. und Mrs Prank Martin eateretained wlt! a card and ilani'iug pal One lends umed A with i hundred and ten iTUOStS. ,and Mrs. Frank Martin entert 1 hostesses, were in attendance i iilmant evening avaa aaenl ; cards and dancing The honors h.. eanl ea:ie were onrTtod off at by Miss ers. Lottie Slnoll and Antone Mey. 1 L - J -!...; .MM f At a late noui a uemiour Buy- per was served. The party was one ,h,. ,.,,-t 1 eiiahtful lntore.ai ar- i fairs ever given in Ottawa The Melanchtor. 1 T. V. L C 00 r'ridi gives the folhrwing lege chapel at -s p. Piano solo. Wedd haugen (by Crie.', I- iety of Ian. 17, at col li Trold tie Cal- houn. Th Marseillaise (French national song 1. De Lisle Chorus. The Trial Scene Cram the Merchant of Venice. Vocal solo. "Soars the Eagle." v, Heise Miss Ruth Nelson. Index Howard Har.-isville. "Song of Freedom" (by Stunt z Male octet. The members of the alumni of St. Xavier's academy will hold their an nual dancing party on Tuesday night. Feb. 21. at Armory C. The affair will be given to raise funds for the sis ters who are in charge of the school. The general ptrblic is invited to at tend this affair The dance will probably be one of the largest of the winter seasco. Jt ,3 ? Fifteen tables of bridge were flay ed at the ladles' afternoon at the Ol tawa Boat club yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Loth rot) Perkins and Mrs. A. 3 O'Conor were hostesses. The score was won by Mrs. C. and Mrs. A. B. Butters, who v as hostesses neqt Wednesda; higli Irior. ill act Mr. and Mrs. W. Ne Voy entertained sixty-four guest ,WTI lasr night at a dinner at the home of t!o latter's parents. Mr and Mrs. Clar ence Griggs, on Ottawa avenue, com plimentary to Miss Sarah Taylor tod Melvin French, whose engacemen' was recently announced. Following the dinner the evening was spen; playing bridge. Miss Marie Kuhn entertained six teen guests at her home. 116 West Lafayette street. Tuesday night at a very pleasant informal bunco par te. Four tables 'were played during the evening after which delicious re freshments were served. The young ladies present were mem-bers of a sewing club which the hostess be longs to. Oscar Thorson was pleasantly sur prised on Tuesday night at his home. 580 Marcy street. by a number of friends who called to I brate his sixtieth blrt pleasant informal s(,;:ii enjoyed by the guests, delicious refreshments Miss Louise Lempke number of guests at an ty on Tuesday night at lp him dav. A cele very was hieh rved. sntertained a informal par her home in South Ottawa. The spent playing cards a and at a late hour re: evening was 1 with danelnc eshments were served. The men's class of tli day school will Kive a s members of the Phllath their husbands Friday i 27. at J:30, at the chun M. E. Sun pper to the i class and ening. Jan. Miss Kiate M. Orr with an informal party home in the Burrows will entertain tonight at her j apartment. ' assBSHMaaBasBnaBBBsasHssaesvrf. And nothing else. That's why we carry the immense stock of of drugs you see in this store. For years it has been recogniz ed as the prescription store of Ottawa. Registered VV. D. Duncan Drugs L LAUNCH PLANS FOR POLITICAL PARTY ATTEMPT ;VlwU uC MADE TO AMALGAMATE 'FRIENDLY 1 F AC TORS INTO PARTISAN I NlT -LABOR CHIEFS IN SECRET MEETING. Chicago. rt t amalgamate into 1 iia(le e- litleel unit all factors in American public llf friendly to labor has been launched by the headi road uniou. The plan art cial confertni chteftajna in t this week 1 Of this concla policy of the paper. Labor, NO leading nil s ; lomulgated al a spe j e of all : ailroad labor 1 ie oret Northern hotel n-! announced pttrpoei e was discussion of the Shopmen's new eekl edited by ex -Congress- men Qdwurd Keannc .; Cotorwo, The actual agenda of the secret j meetfnc, as disclosed yesterday by an 1 unimpeachable authority, was the for mation of plans for OOSiitlon of alt' political sisnients supporting Mior. Invitations are to be dispatched to tl,. h.i1c ,,f th.i , i.ilit n:irt the1 Fanner-Labor party, the Nonpar!. -.11. Leeunm. the surviving leaders of the . ommittee of Forty-i ight and chief tain.-- ef the American Federation of; Labor to attend a special conference in, Chicago Feb. i' . when definite aJans will be adopted There was considerable agitaJO'" in favor of the organization of a ne political party at the recent confer- ence, it was said, but veteran lca-ier pointed to the dismal results that al ways greeted su h efforts in the past It was decided the most feasible ptan voulJ be the organisation of all frlents 0( labor, regardless of party It was arsued they would then be come an effective political unit which could throw its support behind all can didates friendly to the Interest oi lilHr and rigorously oppose all of labor's enemies. The sixteen railroad unions alon 1 Would muster a votintr strength of U.iMm.oim, if consolidated, it was point , ed out. Ever.- one of the heads of the six 1 teen unions were present at the Great Northern conference except W. G Lee. president of the trainmen. A committee was appointed to send out invitations and oversee other ar rangements the February moot n, president of the selected as chair committee members Stone of the engi veil of the railwav nent of the Ameri ca' Labor. Timothy ing. E. J. Mat telegraphers, w man. The othe are Warren neers. R M . t mployes' depa can Federation Healy of the oiler. I. K. Sheppaid of the conductors, Martin Ryan of the carmen and V. H. Johnson of the mn. cb inlets, FREEDOM Mr. parent Miss sister. ght is visiting hei ButterQeld, In Ot- Mr tawa. Mr. and Mrs. Kracst Jameson a'.' daughters visited at the FT&ncll Joh: son home, near Wedron, Bttttday. Albert Hall has returned home Iron Kyburn hospital ated on recently where he was ope.t Miss Mildred in Ottawa VI itniK rf ;ative. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Wlch visitors la: Mrs omer Mi rfeUed Ottawa .Sunday. . "A Btrsnuoui y the memoeis relatives Saturd A home taler Life,'' will be I of the Harding InstrunKntal club Feb 17. The play was written by Richard A TEXAS WONDER for kidned and bladder troubles, gravel, weak and lame backs, rheu matism. Kegulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, by mail $1.2;'. Small bot tle often cures. Send for sworn tea timonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. Z'm Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug gists. JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERS Pharmacist RAILROAD UNIONS A I... w.v-. - - - I Pattern Dept. send I'rtern fo my addres. ii Otti enclosed. Nam No, Sire Postoffict ..... I Sute .... 38M A NFW STRAHIHT LINF FRO' K aSU'. Charming simplicity is fea ured in this pleas. ng style. The panels add length and becoming fulness. The cUsing Invisible at the left side of the front panel. This Is a good design for remodeling SaMn and serge, plain and figured silk cuuld be here combine ! As il lustrated, Canton crepe, i:i a new shale of brown, was used, with a decoration of novelty braid. Hhe Pattern is cut in Sires: 10. IS anil 20 years. An is year size re quires 44 yards of 17 inch materia: A pattern ot this illustration Dialled 1 anj address on receipt o: 15c in silver or stamps. Walton Tully, author cf ' The Flame.' and is humorous and full of pep. Miss Edith Heath i. directing u. The pro eeds co to the piar.o fund. At a re cent meeting of the club the young people decided to pay for the piano for the community house and the. hope to clear quite a sum this way. Alien Stockdab . we.l known lec turer from Tol 'd 1 hlo. will lectur in the community house Friday even- ft i mm ta 1 January Home See us before you buy. The Leader Fur. and Rug Co. Ottawa, Illinois La Salle County's most modern furniture store I Ing, I-'eb ! The Kcdp.ith BOreOU I i sending Mn Btnckdile as an extra number to help nuke up the deAcil In our lecture course funds this year. Mr Stockdab conies very highly re lommended This topic win be an . Bounced i.it' i Tli.' Mai m i inferred third tfajgfa on Wilbur Stock ley and lliurv Wile last Baturdtt) oveuttig, There were U tv tiom U'.i.ih.i. 1. eland and Kirl vllio. A line lunch waa served after I the work The baaki (hall i 'nul from Pleasant vli pi ge play 1 Mat Hug Inal sa lt Harding won the gain ,; 1 'I 11;. -el tugs h I I In the a chin h last week close 1 Sun-- Anderson of Minneapolis the pastor, Lev H.useth Home Bun au 111 be hold In 1 by V!i the community houe w wav even ing. Jan 30 Light rofri hments ill be Kfred Tin- refreshment commit t e w ill hi' glad t 1 hat e cake I donate,! spend ,1 pleasant eveUlUl Mr?: Hattle i el ' 11 returned ! home from a isit with, her brother basketball a: Pleasant Visrt college last wi-k end broke his wrist. Clair Peterson has been very sick with bronchial pneuMonla, but 1 much better III- brother t.loyd has had bronchitis, but is Improving AILING WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Mrs. Lintoa Tells How Helpful Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound i. at This Period Denver Colorado. I have taken Lydia L. PinKham's Vegetable Com pound for sevenyears and 1 cannot tell you the food it has dene me. It is pood for y img arid old and 1 always keep a bottle of it in the heuse, for 1 am ar that time of life when it calls for Lydia E. Pink ham's help. My hus band saw your ad. in the pajfrs and said Ycej have taken everything you can thirkof, now I want you to take Xydia L. Pinkham'e Vepe "table (' iinound! ' So I let him get r. ar.d I 50 n feit better and he told me 'I want vci t- take about six bottles.' So I did I keep house and do all my own won; ;:r. : w.-r . ut by the day ana feci fine new. 1 tell every one about the Vegetable Compound, for so many of my friends thought I would not get well. -Mrs. R.J. Linton. l860Wsat o.Jd Avenue, Denver, Colorado. After reading letters like the above, and we are c. nstantly publishing them, why should any woman hesitate to take Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound if she is in nt'edof help? It brn.gj relief where other r. dtctnes fail. This sale embraces many extraordinary values and reaches into nearly a!! de partments. Special attraction offered on all metal beds, including springs and mattresses. Many good values may be found in rugs Mi I l: lilt U'llo l.eecll Il ls scarlet I'eVt ttlng along nil el . trios Kohler and family in sick with the grippe, lii Qeoar i xtretu n isiied i It i Bnturdai an 1 Bundnv The Hardlna Ladle.: ,i,i win me "" ' in tin- oonununlty hou 1 PrW ... Veb for dinner The ho.-to Mr EMn Warren, Mr Charli Kurly Treat Your Help your liver act right Take SnlJ everywhere in boxes They are lotll Peter son Good Things To Eat DIRECT FROM COUTH WATER STREET Apples Jonathans Spitzenbergs Rome Beauty Wine Saps Baldwins Golden Ortley Special price by the box or pound Poultry Butte Eggs Oranges TANGERINES LEMONS GRAPE FRUIT STRAWBERRIES SPECIAL ON GRFEN ONIONS Ec BUNCH OR 40c DOZEN Are yau savins S. & 0. Cash Receipts? Do your produce shopping on Friday if possible. The largest section ot fresh fruits and vegetables, STEER & OLSON KKffi 4 and linolei THUfiODAY, JANUARY 28, 19:2. I Mm. U.lilam Stookley and Mrs PUI II Hi hlllldl All the hiiiillli-H in tha 1 mity .11 inviti d. Dpmer, 'K cents. ,ii III Wright was in Hi,. Illinois tnlle) 'i pltAl a lew duys of last v 1 el, for treat lilt lit. Hnroid Hunn rleited ottatv.i rulatlvei pari of last week. 'I'- . LkH .w.l.,1 1. .1.1 i ., . .. Mem ,, nniini u 11 .iiool house last (ri,iay night was a i .e.-.. :- and (lnaneiali, The proceeds amounted to Ma Liver Fairly A disordered liver throws the whole system wrong and affects the health generally, Beecham's Pills act di rectly on the liver, cleanse and Strengthen the stomach, regulate the I' wel , nove all impurities from the system, and make you fit and well. You can have a healthy bouv, strong nervous system, bright eyes and clear complexion if you chain's lis !0c12 pilh 25c 40 pill. 50c-90 pilU Celery Head Lettuce Leaf Lettuce Cuiery Cab bage Cauliflower Carrots Onions Ratibagas Parsnips Cabbage Peppers .1 Sals 11 Wm it I!A&Kn: itHM I'lri. V-? S0lO8VORLW!STSEVWtRf