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THUR6DAN OCTuBfcH 19, 1922,
rut r-UUR.
I A Hi i 1 aC-JOl KPSAL
AMERICAN LEGION
m
bird ami trebled in the
"ThlH basic Injustice
siilfln:) (n do what It e.m
tiitc&tlon. The mijiiti i
10 A MAN SUPPORT
0
BONDS
, CONVEftflON AT NEW1 OfU.CAN.i
' GOES ON RECORD AS READY TO
j FIGHT TO LIMIT TOR "THBIfl
fllCHTS "
PiinVi'lil ion Hall. New rlnnilf, Oft.
t19. (A.tM- JMnaml lor 0 roll ceil
Lthal the "wertd into koirw where
8tonl on the boQiM question'1 follow
! eil a viva voce vol.' iVi'iluesilu y at'
firming the report of a resolutions
icommiUee of the Anierlcnn l-feiou
con v'ni Ion which asserted the legion
wjll 'continue to linht for the 1 :
union until n is I'liaiit-n iiiio ti ,
aw."
A division, rall'Ml for liy Comman-
rihfr MarNi'it r. resulted in annound
jni'iit that the rote wai Unanimous.
.One delegate who voted "no" by mi-'
Jake cried out bis apology when bnn-i
UMi of delegates y4lted out. "Who
p h" ."
" Kxio'.uri of war proAWerk' was!
proclaimed another dutj ol the W-
fcioll. The ri-pn't. Which WUP adopt
d in its entirety, was in part as to:
Ml f
Th'- Ameiiraii i,i ' ion. in cunren-
tion assembled, "this j-ivi n .msidcra
tleti to the arguments urged against
adju.sti.il cniiipi-nsatfon. the legion
Tlhve:
"Th! argujnenl OTl the nation can
not atWrd it U unsound. Tin i osi
u adjtistd compensation would not
exceed one niontii mote ..i thw war.
.it'll the nation could and would have
aCordert that. The h! ilCNI of the
f nlt'd States is billions below that
i ortr rttlrtfcipBl allifs. th'm-r'i our I
o:..jiuic strength is many Fold Krat-
vv, and uur allies have granted ad-j
Justed compensation to their war vet
erans. The argument that Me adjusted!
compensation measure would fail i"
.-aiise ji does not carry taxation pro-l
visions is more insincere. None ofi
Hie great war lets calling for ex-
jpeqditure ever contained taxation
features to raise revenue revenue
;r.ii.iing meftsgrtW being Independent
rn ensures.
Th" argument that the cost
v.-.pld be live billions is misleading.
That ftsure is arrived at by oppY
'h Its of Adjusted cMhsteMttioM by
othpo'irlding at 4's per cent inter-j-t-r1
for twenty years the real cost, if
ir.e now. of one and one-halt bil
dinn. ' '
'vThat the nation is upending rnil-
lions on Mi" uutanieu is not an ;m-
beeailse if there- is a debt
tie1 nondlsabled ii should i
war period,
compels t'le
toward ret
coittpena i
lion mensnre passed by congress Is
a recognition of this Injustice and
an attempt to remedy it y cohstrui
tfve legislation
"Instead of meeting this just dh
ligation in the manner indicated bj
the eongreas, with the approval m
the repjeaenflafWos of the ervlce
men, by the passage of an Bdju tbd
compensation measure which would
make home utownt, home builders
and possessors o( Insurance ol thou
sands of American then the ehfel
eTecutlVe proposes a pOIUdOB Tlo'
American i region stand: four .-mim
in favor of iidjui-iv.'d in en -.. t ion
and against a pension.
"What is sought h the AmaJrlcin
I i f Ion N that the entire nation shall
meel its obllffgtttns iii the servlae
men by the rowttriloUve leglalutibn
proposed, and not by the creation of
a pension system, The legtan wants
the nation to bay its debts, and not
to do charity. Whenever the people
have voted their veiVb t baa 1
tor adjusted compensation
"The legion desires to stand, not
in a position of taking nonteilllnt
from the tuition, but i glvini -one
thlni to it- TM legion am t carry
on it Aniem snisin program in be
half of better education and ;ti.i gen
orally in the development at patriot
lint and love ot country Its progre-s
to help Inculcate III all our people
a sense of indlviifttiil responsibiiii
to community, state smi naUon and
mils! now actively help in riglntn
i on" of the greatest wrongs in the
' history of th" American people a
I wrong connected with the prow cu
i tlot' of the war. anil therefore the
NEWBERG FACFO BY
UADFI TACK TO
u i w
m FOR I TEAM
HIGH SCHOOL COACH MCETS
STICKLER IN TRYING TO GET
SQUAD UP TO STANDARD FOR
Willi SPHINO VAI LL Y.
rjeucti ,viu m t us capialu. . To pick
llle rest of the bin k field is largely
guesiwdrit. "Art" Johnson looks like
the fnllbnck selection with "Speed"
Nbjmtl at one ball and "Honts" De
kreoji at the other but because of
the T.itltire of the biti k Held to do its
duty ju previous Rami ; N will be
hkrd to sav who Will constltuHi the
bnckfletft
If Ottawa high lioirs football
team gets in and play i football like
Ifl capable of playing the eleven
will not be forgot; n bj the business
meh of the city. At yesterday's' noon
luncheon oi the Uotftrv club it was
arranged that If lb" high school teum
beats l.a Salle high VoV. II that the
eatu will be their .-u.'HtS St -i ban
OSWEGO AND VALLEY
WANT GRID GAME
Thll paper htl i-'ceU'ed n Nn1UUS
Inrjulrlea from football teams In vat
loai districts deslrlnit games with
any Ottawa football tetuii or any otji-
t.
lie
Oi
i bbol squad
. O.i. Il Ni'ivli. l :
ast night bj He
1,.,'ieii. vetcvan
tin- team.
for lite
Ko
L
duty of the Atnei lean
correct, the exposing .. t v a r
profiteers.
"Immediate Obligation.''
The legion recognises this as
among its immediate obiigatlous,
oaVte when the American people l
i eeni" aware 01 tno exi-iil oi war pro;
fleering. ;i naticin.n determination
will have developed that i:i any Hi
ture war. there shall be a draft not
only of the service man. but of the
laboring man and capitalist as well.
Had there been stub a draft, the
fundamental basis of adjusted com
pensation now temporarily thwarted
by executive- action would never hid
arises."
Former Judge l.atnns. wir
cuiiaiissioner of baseball, told
legion that its stand on adjusted
pensation was based on justice
lice tor ib high
der the luti lag
ii njs announced
local mentor thai
halt is ' and captain
would not be In anifoi
ance of the week. Ho
be oui .Monday for pr;
Peoria gam,
Antrami Calkins and
no) aii.e.. ed m uniform
.in.; Johnson fun b... k, w
lowed to limber up. being
the scrimmage with tin-
for fear of injuries befoi
game,
As in previous conflicts the high
school squad although math) up of
mostly second string men last night
had no trouble in holding the College
it-air, ;,i oay ami scoring a tew lout
downs besides.
The college aggregation Bhowed iW
cided improvement over previous u'l
I'earan. es on Kng (Ifeld thll
college plakaWettohs high
ILLINOIS
FOfl
err
firTO
Ul I o O
IOWA CONFLICT
it teaW in rh. Ir i last and cull Vet
Tit" iioivman Trunk factory
?. Ing Valley has on-atti-ed a fbot-
Hall icam areragini lW pohhtfs und
is disii'iius of ben'. lug names with
toil 111 f of I heir welglit Anyone icier
eated In securing a date with this
team or arranging for games liould
t'dnimtiiilciite with Thomas Borh'skl,!
am ii over the date The promoter
wante.l to stage the contesi oh Oct,
27, but 'iiif.'v Hoekstadter, manager
of Moore. Inslated on a latt t date.
Hii.k Mofiigomefy, muriager of
Smith, agreed to a November dai
id Promoter Mullen finally consent
ed after he saw there would be no
ill Itch II be h.-bl out for i ln original
I D Iking, Moore Is in
"I ath nitlna Ho. tiui l...i I
'be American Legion.
llato of the show will
Mow Orleans
convention of
mil the exact
be announced
upon his return next Wi
I hi '. in be i is pounds at
on the afternoon of the mill
ik,
The
iloek
earn
pan . .
Tin
tug were
i-l nigtit
s only nl
kcpt from
dl R team.
' Saturday's!
t
Inju
test.
one
fit-
com-
STREATOR MEMBER
MOVES UP NOTCH IN
ODD FELLOWSHIP
mm i he pdyraent of one .! M do
ii-. t eti-use BOnpaynu nt qf another,
j The American Legion Belltwa In
a. 'Justed eom))i-nsatioti. nol only ;ri
tti expression of tlie nation's grati
fiire :o tliv'e who dedicaled their aI
to services, but more eupeciall)
I.? an approximate adjusftueiit of He
feCOnamic Jo.sses .sustained by the
'rrifc men by- reason of their serv
ice. -e:nngro-s drafted the ...Idler and
ordered him to serve at $i or 11.26
day. Labor was not drafted,
wages of those not drafted dou-
gprlngfieHf, -ill., Oct. 10. H. H.
House. MkifftlM., was elected grand
junior warden of the grand lodge of
the independent Order of odd Pel
Ii (vs, at their annual state convention
mthere todasn l H Phillips Qreen Vai-
n.tfi l lev. automat icallv became grand mas-
ie.
.ti.l George Turner.
grand masler.
BtreatQT, dap-
yea r, The
si hool at
wenonS either Friday or Saturday.
Reports co ning from down along Hint
way say Wenona 1ms the -ume aege and
gallon sa last year, which beat tic was
high si hool lisl'.ts by a tepre of 7t low
to i) so this will give .ii idea of gam
tthat Coach Btydstead of the Preaaant side
View college Is leading bis warriors
against.
Outbids a high school guard win
be lost to the squad for the resl at
the season as h. i,in.'.. d in bis suit
last evening. Hut Peine who re
ported Monday is showing better torm
and will ttCvelop into Ode tine guard.
M.iher, n sophomore v. hO has been
playing guar.!, is developing into a
wonderful drop kicker and on several
occasions last night booted the ball
over from a good distance. II" lias
pleat of light but is a little light, for
a regular guard.
With Koenig at center and Stefan
son iu one guard and either l'eiree
or Maher at the oiler th. center of
the high ("Wool line ought to be ma
terially strenghtenetl and be ali o to
hold iis own wherever5 tftey go. An
tftiin ami CJfeladJns will be at the
tackles Saturday and are 'expected
to tlo more than hold their own.
"Pete" fVkrenn is almost sure of
starting at one end but who will
start at, the oilier is a pazzfe.
pnmmann will probably play tfnaf-tei'bui-lv
Saturdaj and in ParTell'S :!b-
Urlfann, ill. Oct W, Despite the
r.v, . at the hands of LlUtler On
uiii field hist Sarurafly, Hie mi-
nets ' i'b nt body, alumni ami follow
era are planning to fhako the annual
homecoming this week end the best
ever.
Loyal fans are loud in their nraine
of SCuppke and place a world of con
fidence in his ability to round his!
charges into real shape for the
Orange and 6lue'a, confefehec open !
er with lowa,
I':." tla'vkeyo team is much like
the championship Iowa qnart of last
season deaptM th" loss of many stars.
The ( ifense of Coat h Jones' t ain Is
centered around Captain Locke. hose
line plunging featurort in lite i to 0
victory over Vale.
Reports front th" towa camp iiull
. ate that the entire Hawkeye outlit
came through the Vale contest m Hue
Style and that bard pttatlce is being
held daily in preparation lor the M
liui game.
Woodward, fallback ot the Orange
of Hoffman Trunk ling
Spring Valley,
Oswego t'.oibad team of
vceo. III. Claims i-o have an ft
Lis ion with a line weighing
potirds ami a backfleld wel bun:
pon. in.-. Auvone ii. nnii; fniibe
formation Bhould pi asn communicate
with He in tfiroilgh I), I'..... i". Rffi
t . OSW. go. III.
ti etni who believe ihel iiof i nil-
olio
0
ill
S!KI TO MEET JOE
BECKETT DEC. 7TH
i 'ft i i-. ivi I1' i UK thel A P.) Tie
til. in betwt m lUlttltht lltl and "foo
iii , i, "ii, KukIImIi heavyweight, will
lake place in Condon on Dec. 7, It
w i ifletaily announced fnUl nlMit by
flit Ititernatldttal noRhrg unlifit, nnder
.. in ie ... )lcea the battle a III be. held,
i he artli ! i all thr a i u cflty rooiitl
in for the olDclul
of I'birope, us
nor SIM are able to
Heavy w . tghl limit,
who recently ib feat-
bar to play " ams
flott OfthteYa of 8tn
fo- fames by ctiintHl
ter "aletto, I'b; Ka
Stfentor.
th
i ' . i rt ti
ll flange
frith I'e
III t.
STOCK YARDS IDOL
TO MEET PAL MOORE
Aurera. Ul., Oil. lib Hnrold Si ii;!i.
lwiitamw-ight Idol 6t th- stockyard
and P.'1 Moore yesterday re match
ed to meet in the main I of the
boxing sno,, hi . ohdui ' d b .1 nil
Mullen in this city. The only bitch
AURORA PAPER SINGS
STREATOR'S PRAISES
'ib" Aurora Rencon-Nowa cortalnl;
1"' Rti id opl ,1'iu of the v ear's Ii am
r me iMittng tb" Streotor High school.
It l,:: I lb I to Sdyi
' -lo li hi i' i will tadkle It llral real
lorrhidfthUi oppotienl of Hi" Mason on
the uprlvor grifflfon Rrttitrduy whefl il
t'iki '. on rrtrrfatof High The down
tati ere.r t bi lo itavc a much
I ir.-; eb - ' a thftn !a-t Mnsott, and
la do. lined to give ...o h O vvalf .
I e. tough bit of opposition. I'aiis
of this " ' Oon of the country will ever
rrihenib r th Streator eleven that In
v.i.i 'd iiie northern part of the state
In Men, .with the famous Dougherty
at right hall". This yottng felbiv. Is
'low on the University oi Illinois frestt
man team, but the downstatera ban
not been idle In bin absence, um
have developed another team whlcb
they thmk will i 'p. it the perfdrmance
of that worthy outtit."
otlCiitinter and will
In a .'.vw. iitbl i llle
hi Ithei llf'i-ltett
moke tb" light
The Si negulese
etl (ieorget ( arpentler, will light
around 185 pounds, which Is ten
nhithds heavier than the weight ha
fought in iin ('arpentler atnutgla, Tim
M lie i I'd at the ih mpja.
ITCHING ECZEMA
Ufticv itiun 1 Ur
BY THIS SULPHUtt
I
Anyit breaking nut of tlte skin, event
nery, i er.vma; i an be .(tuokly
ocr. ime by applying a little Mentha
Sulphur, .i noted slrin spccialibt
Beca i ' , t i; . i-i rm destroying proprr
tie, this Mtlpltur priVariitmo, inmjtl
bring ease it- m skin irritation, soothea
and Ileal tin ecse'trii riyht up and
leave tht skin elegy and smooth,
It -. Idotn fail . to relieve the torment
and disfigurement. Sufferers from skin
troul :. should vet a hi tie Mr of Rowlea
Mentbo-Siilphui in an an! good drug
gist and u v a liktt a cold cream.
Blue, is in hotter shape than it
tirst thought and the husky fel
ulli be ready to Mart in 'he Inwa
Bill Uobin-on will he on the
lines .is tie result of an ankle
y sustained in tlm Butler ion-
fiweetpn
the Stomach
What Makes a Good Portrait?
A Good Likeness Plus
te
-
CASH
PAID FOR
POULTRY
EGGS
BUTTER
CREAM
Steer & Olson
Ottawa Produce Market
PUBLIC SALE!
At Chautauqua Par!, Saturday, October 21st
Starting at 12 O'Clock Sharp
Horses, ponies, cows, hogs, wagons, harness. three stoves
goods and numerous other articles
DAN. FITZGERALD, Auct.
cows
Mhold
COL
Ask Your Dealer!
-T-1 T- I i
me urugixt, Hardware or
Soeciality Man
OTECO
Mi POLISH
Cleans and leaves an
ABSOLUTELY DRY
FINISH Oii
Enamel, Leather,
Glass, Etc.
Unequalled for
Phonograph, Piano,
General Household
Use
Paint,
Au?o,
and
25c 50-:
75c
Ottawa Tool
W. J. Kinchftlo
Edfitifj Co.
C. Waldenburg
something more
Anyone can set
Its the (Plus) that makes the portrait
than a mere photographic reproduction.
a camera before a person and get a picture but it takes an
artist to make that photograph a picture. Yourself just
as you are, (PLUS) character and proper lighting ejects.
Speaking from the picture. What better gift. What bet
ter time. Even today is not to. early to arrange lor sittings
for Christmas gifts. fhink of economy, 12 portraits.
The feift our friends can't buy.
- 1
! 1 2,2 Madison St. Formerly
! I i iiiili m wuaaiMiii m mi mi
The Seebold Studio
Maker of Quality Portraits
I in- I lost-(ler Studio
OIL
ill.
OCTOR ORDERE
WOMAN
OBEYED
Took Lydia E.Pinkham'sVeg
M etable Compound and
is Now Well
2W &JB&
jlMW m i
. Chicago. Illinois. -"You surely Rave
Vtmt;n one good medicine when you put".
.. -...- ....,.-.. .. .- i .. i: ci i.:. .1.1 v.
Ii.yi.iui Ij. r niMi.itii n
Vegetable Cotn-
pOUIra mi the mar
ket. Al'ti r 1 hail rnv
Ibaby I was all ri;n
down and so nervous
I it kept me from gain-
ling. My doctor did
iCvrrvminR lie cuuia
jto build mo up, then
Iheortleredmetotakfl
1 Lvdia E. I'mkham'a
lVetrfctablo Com-
Slpouri'l wfth his med
icine and I am now a ticw woman. 1
htvt had thtee chi ldren and they are all
Ljidia B. 1'inkham babies. I havo r
Aiiit ietiiied your medii ine to several
friends :md the y speak highly of it You
Ttre eertainly doiti4 hh1 v.ork in this
world. " Mrs. AOKITU ToHSitGCK, 10667
Wabash Ave., fjblcago, IlUtxric
There ia nothing iry It range about
the doctor directing Mrs. Tottwhedl iu
take Lydiu i. Pinkharo's Vegetable
Cjdnpound. There are many phyt4ciam
vho dDreeoinmend it jm! highly apprect
ute Is vtlue.
I 7iiiien who ar- nervous, run down,
tnd Mifferinj; from wonteii's fiihmnui
-.hot'ld pive il i-; ..-;) Ul-.u-.
herb medicine a IrLl. Mr; '1 n in ck i
xperienc cix.'.i rjuW-J j : ' v;.riL
health-
. a s
I R0Y R' 3ARR Sale Manager J i
t I
i yi e
1 Jf
fifleen (15)
Better
cigarettes
for JQ
jjj
F. v e r y
Weili!
cicarftte full
and full size
CIGARETTES-
Copyhobt 19?, I.iooetT t Mrtus Toaaoco Co.
r Turkish
r Virginia
r Hurley
s
Special
Fur
T
c
ixhibit
ana zmt
Mr. Roy j. Hartley, special
representative of one of the
largest and finest fur manu
facturers, of New York, will
be with us on
Friday, October 20th
and
Saturday, October 21st
this week
He
sortm
Wrapt
fur. ,
Pieces.
v,'i!l bun
Willi
hit
the
Fur
h;o a
Muffs,
finest as-
W omens fur l-oats,
ot every desirable
choice line of Neck
ceea
very
etc.
T
HIS is undoubtedlv a wonderful
opportunkv to select a tur
garment. Prices are guaranteed
absolutely the lowest, quality con
sidered. We extend a cordial invitation to nil
to inspect this wonderful assembly
Ol
furs.
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