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DAY, PFCnUARY REPRIEVE ON EVE CHURCH IS GIVEN Mf, uiid Mis. II. l l.i iv I ttWOOd ("11-1 Al-oat lorialned wltli u twelve-cover dlhnerlgton Hull thl 'eil tl l.o j Mr-. James Brb Mill entorttiln the .iii ii i thi Siiiit.li Ottawa onll o( the Home mu5 lerlcun i. " 111 ' " day meeting on Tues" I ..... day, Feb. 21 Kaoh lad) Mho attohtN has i n asked to bring one article of in.,'th aft food for the po1 luck lunch and sand the nicin last 11 lull t ut limit- Im tux - on 1 '.iiikfriMK card part) lion m' and bunco street compltnientarj In Miss Sarah Taylor and Melvln Ktench whose en Basement was i-,..-, :,i , . nnoiinoed. Following the dinner the nuests at- lernoon, the I tended the dance m tl Oti wa Boat I moat di ' lull. I given 1 1 OttH' PACE TWO. XWfWWiwmiiii M i i y m im ;tr-. h IMWII Ml I II I II dWwl WM W3a OF E XEC1I0N JUDGE SCANLAN I N CHICAGO CRIMINAL COURT GRAN" 5 HEARING ON PETITION AND ALLOWS DOUBLE MURDERET: TO LIVE UNTIL MARCH 3. Chicago, K.'b. 17 Harvev W, Chnroli doable murderer, sentenced to bang ihi morning, ;iv s:,v.-.i trot the gallows yesterday by Judge Kit ; li.mi Scanlan, rhief justice of the I rltnlnal Court, who set aside a Crin; inul Court rule to Rive the tlayer i fortnight'! reprieve. Judge Scanlan's reprieve came after all otter possible svenoea of escape had been closed against Clin re h T Supreme Court had refused to grant :i new trialj the state pardon board turned down a plea for clemency am! Governor small refused a petition for t xecutlve reprieve. As a final bone. I net It ion w:is flle-1 ut t p. m. yesterday before Jildgi Scanlan, anklnp: a hearing on Church' sanity, which had been pronounced normal durlnc his trial. Attorneys Bennison P, Bartel and Leo o'Rellley, counsel for Church, pleaded be bus become insane since his sen tence. pronounced .Ian. 16 by Judge .Iota ft. Caverly. They substantiated their petition with an affidavit from Or. James Wbitnev Hall, who teatlfh tl al the trial (hat Ctottrch was Insane, William Scott Stewart, asslstanl stales- attorney and insanity expert of the prosecutor's office. Immediately opposed grantinc of the petition and cited the Criminal Court rule requl -inp iielillons for insanity hcarfiiKs to be filed in the state's attorney's office not Inter than 4 p. m. of the day pre ceding hearinK on such a petition Judge Scanlan held the rule should ' he set iiside for the double murderer and said he would issue a stay of - (i ( Otlon until Feb. 24. Mr. Stewart then asked the hear- ing be opened forthwith, but Mr. Bartel astked more time Mr Barters second plea also WBJ granted by the lib f Justice, who ordered the hearing to open Monday at ! a. m. and i tended the stay of execution until March 8. COLLINS IS SATISFIED WITH CONFERENCE Spring now, I cissis m ere us , decorating the ' last evening, a i Ham i''. Btanu dinner dance. the lounge, Wh buffet supper w orated with QU low flowers, h baskets of yell many baskets worked Into schi nie. Thirl ent for at 8:80 ottaw ion Mr iuils am! n.ir effeotlvely In ;t Boat Club . and Mrs. vVil- rtaised with a the (I inn o'clock. and Beventyflve is baskets of yd ballroom upstairs uing Mowers and be art grasses beautiful color tuests were ires rhigh Mas served one hundred Came ill ;t Abi ut othi rs 9 o'clock for the dancing, Th Chestra was stationed in the balcony of the ballroom. Ait'T t ii s supper a number of favor dances added greatly to the enjoyment of the par ty. Mr and Mrs. Stanton wi re as sisted in entertaining their guests by Mrs. Francis Sinnott. Mrs r 0, Hook. Mrs B. W. Wels of La Salle. Hoxle, Mrs a. K S'evoy StntWn, Mrs. s Andrew .' O'Con Graham, Mrs 11. ml Mrs. William A. her of guests from in attendance. The ist Important vent Ottawa, Peru, La Salle, Si reato Bellies, Mlnooka, Morris, ft Sheridan, Long Point, Barlvil Seneca gathered al the Mason! pie this morning to attend tli day session of a school of inst whlcb Man held by lie- board ol Inert of the grand lodge ol ( This board is composed of Mrs. T. Adams, chairman; Mrs Bffl mon, worthy grand matron. Hleli n Hraktleid. associate grand matron, Mrs. Anna secretary, all ot Chicago, and Mrs. Grace Steele, past worthy grand mat ron, of Bloomlngtot, The following visitors also came from out of the city to assist the members' ol the board with the school: Mrs Catherine Campbell U wroan, Mrs Bra Hamil ton, Mrs lies.- Holt. Mrs Charles Wil liams and Mrs. Blanche Wheeler of Chicago and Mrs. Bflla McKlnley of Morris. The school will ( lose after tbe evening session tonight Mrs. worthy fopinka, .fljlgRSEWg?BP.'"Vl ! Mrs. J, Benjandn ( iil man. .Mrs V. s B. Parr Jr.. Hi or. Mrs. Frank Clare Johni out o party given Lock wood Mis 2eima nana entertained twelve guests at a valentine party on Tue day night at her home on Ottawa aveV nue in honor of Miss Ron fa Charten i The Dana residenoe as decorated with hearts and valentines The evert aing was siient playing valentine games .after which refreshments mc served by the hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bryan w. re pleasantly surprised last night at their hone- on De Solo street by twentyflve Ol their friends and rela tives. Mho called to tender them B farewell party. Mr. and Mrs Bryan are all packed up to move to their new home in Iowa. A very pleasant evening was spent dancing, and with other informal amusements, and at midnight a delicious supper waa served. The party broke up follow ! ing the supper, the guests all wish- ing their host a nr. hostess the best of luck in their new home. Forty ladles attended the regular; February meeting of the Baptist Mis sionary Society, winch was held yes terday at th" home of Mrs. Q, c Fetter on Columbus street. A busl ne--.; session Mas held, followed by a mission study In charge of Mrs. James J. Dougherty. The topic of the afternoon was "India:" At the: iiose of the meeting refreshments were served bv Mrs Fetter. Pattern Dep't Ml 111 Joss Taondon. Feb. 17. Michael Collins- The return to Dublin after only twelve tudenl hours In London and liis admission ' maklni that he Mas not dlsgattsfled with the t"" s 1 results of his conference with gov7' ivinP eminent officials here are taken to ! ''"ebrua moan that the British evacuation ol ' tv ; Soutli Ireland will be resumed forth with and continued without interrup tfiB. This will relieve the situation of its most serious features. No of ficial explanation of the assurances given Mr. Collins, however, has yet been made. No troops have been moved from the south since Monday, except tea cavalrymenwho embarked at Dublin for Liverpool last night. The ether troops which arrived jn Dublin Mon- Two day are still there. I from In Ottaw I tendance 1 the party, is e.xpecte a number St. Francis chi a card and b Francis school 8 o'clock, ft .served. an g nt. inco party in the basement tonight tfre fhments will former fmy are tTashlng- par-Iveu ladies of rtain with St. at 1 e hundred membeis and officer taptefs of the Eastern Star it "THE LITTLE ONK'8 OUTFIT' JSti'i. Siruiilt- and practical so should little girl's garments be, thou sewing and laundering and wearing them is easy. The little dress her', depleted is nice tor voile, la-.vn, ha tiste or gingham. The petticoat an; drawers may He of cambric, lawn or i The Pattern la m i. 5 Sizes: o Uionths, 1, Z. J and i years. The dress reqQUires j't yards of mate rial, the petticoat requires l yard and the draw rj 1 yard tor a Z jcai gtse. For ruffles ui embroidery uu petticoat and or-;s. 1 1 yards for each will be required. a i)aitt;ra oi tms Ul'istralloa DaUeii io any address on receipt oi loc in silver or stamps. The Gre.it Purchasing Power of By making Dr. Price's Baking Powder with Phosphate instead Tartar, we are enabled to offer it at a surprisingly low price. You now pay, only 25c. fur the hirge-size 12-oz. can of this pure and wholesome baking' powder. Today and Tomorrow Last Days of fi iome-Bakuur9' eek An opportunity car not last forever, and receive- free a copy of Dr. Price's Nt re ray, go to your Grocer today and Cook Book Witn your purchase Ik ' I i"ti it k vzk JS. ' ' Eorhr Qneionti Unto M $C95 lciiij ucaouu iiai5 t to o For a larsre size can, 13 oz. With Dr. Price's Phospha come into the home wh Recipes for every occasi all are included. g Powder and this Cook. Book, a n i baking, economical baking, ea ist, lunch, dinner. New hints, ne :oes f'i'om this New Cook Book : LUNCHEON OR SANDWICH ROLLS t r jps fiour 1 tcsrror.r si C teaspoons I Sift toprct'nrr (lour, Fall : ' II brufh again With i i !i mixed with a little ro These rolls make excel ylin d or chopped ham little chopped ot i spoon shorter ing; is iriik i I : ; 3 Dr. Price's Baking P; aer is ffuarsn wholesome low-priced d to contain no ?l rn. It i: ing oowder you can buy I BSSJgSJBBJSJpjgjgSJgJI Fruits and flowers add originality. Colorful flowers, gay fruits help make these new pattern hats doubly attractive. They are of becoming styles, besides close-fitting, trim med, off-the-face and turbans in the newest straws and silks. The prices are low, we know, but you'll be delighted with the hats themselves. You've always paid much more be fore this store opened. 1 Shop for Ladies s IF YOU ARE WISE YOU WILL BUY A FARM NOW When the bottom is reached on any tiling, that is the time to hay, Yon will M'e farm lamls much high er before tho year in out i have for salp a Una 16'. rich productive soil. The owner cannot farm, and lie will sell fur a small amount ot cash! take in ;i small home In a city or small town, and carry lh" balance at a low rate ol Interest. This opportunity will not be offer ed after March 1st. I also have a small place at the edge of town for chickens, fruit, grapes and truck at a very low GEORGE A. CROW DEN 3C-4-3C5 Armory Block, Ottiv,i Iii. Don't foigrt Ojibway I ot ore y. ing up soon. -' vr. 'w ft ' y I the most .PUP Maiincc 3:00 P. M. fe-- . SUN., FEB. 19lh ids Trees, Shrwbs, Vines, Etc. SPECIAL DISCOUNT On orders received before Mnr. 15 Largest and tineat KM of trees shade trees, flpwertnsj shrubs, vines, plants, etc.. for Improvini and lieaii'if itiR your home. Strict Jv fresh. f,rst- lass, reliabh' Stock Over twenty-live years in the husi ness. Why buy elsewhere ! Writ' for r Itatosjne today. La Salle Co. Nursery, LA SALLE. ILLS. V A U D E V I L L E T. DWIGHT PEPPLE PRESENTS ?? SUMMER EVE " "A Dantasia of Song, Dance and Music" Jackie TALA.MAN & KERWIN Pat Fred Meia WALTON & BRANT in A Comedy Skit Entitled "Huh?" FRANK AND EDDIE MONROE "The Bouncinrr Babi iiWimiwiiwwiiiM iissiiii nwi Gayety Theatre Otta wa "The Store That's Bigger Than It Looks" HfLLIARD GARAGE We Have been with you a long time Reason We know how to manage a GsrsQe. IViFe Farmep:-- Paste This In Your Hat Saturday, Feb. 25th is Opening Day at the Ottawa Farm Machinery Co. - - Sonv eriirs at 9 II Nipht 7: 15 and 8:45 5 Act s V A U D E V I L L E