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W V 4 t DKH - -fin TUriiDAV, OCTOBER 31. 1922. HUGHES PRAISES ADMINISTRATION'S ACCOMPUSHMENTS I ! ' Winter lTll .ill. itu-h tl tiie Ottawa itr.it i uB ui'iv opened Iskt Evening with r Halloween party. Tnc affair wna mi Informal dancing parti with abouj sixty couples In attend-nun-. Denolng was Indulged In until l o'clock ami vcr Una orchestra i layod fa tM dangers, after w s i f i 1 t ll' V..-TM MVI', ll I I 111 I ! I V I'M I . SM DONE BV REPUBLICANS IN RUN A ' d"i i rat the laR room. Ona o( the rayeal of Halloween Boston. Mass., Oct. 31. A foreign . II P u i 2 i . .i .wi .....ior the younger let was a n gala al policy of helphlMBa and gool under. ( . ( mj ,. ,,. upiu tandlng without entanglements 1)f S( xavler v anii f ami mush;, altar w lil !i cloui rofreahintnts were served, ; : Miss Uouisa l.i'tiipl-.c was hostess :h ;i very delightful jlaHqweau patty given raal evening al her home on Marcy street. The affair wan . hard tlmi "party and nil came attired Id hard times clothes Thlrtj gui i i ivre nroaaM and sii"in i vew an- Limlumau, and cot ami Mrs. Jamas I'od demand, who n .... w ceiesratlna hi bli Hi th orators the revlp ni t number ii pretty Kilts from lib frl nag, A vrj delightful lime wax spanl at gamea ana dnnelmr, followed ly I net. liclous two ('our- ' luncheon. Corfi. Ktalka leavi i and pumpkins were al &iMK DflMf:? KHIFR IVmo. K'JoIlSx, slLLLf 8ECRETARY OF STATE. IN BOS TON ADDRESS. LAUDS WORK I NING OUR GOVERNMENT. Wt 6 fciti which would fetter American llldi pendenca, was ouiUmmI by Secretary Hughei or the state dHpartmenl I" an address lu Hynaphonj hall tonight, reTlewldi the record of Mle Hanllna. adralnlatraftlori In the fleM ol Interna tlonal relations. By the lead It fool Id the arm con ference, the secretary aald, and b) Rh efforts toward harmony ninona; the nations of the western hemlHpliere tlih American invert nl dnrln pitSt nVt nfy months ha i a record of accomi iislmnent tar beyond wtoai wa expected of it vnen the n ud ministration came lata powot So fur us Europe Im concerned, IliiKheH declared. Harding and hi ad visors Always hare been read) to n,i a. b'eiptni hand where it would do tin most good, hut aire not willing to frll lac away the loflnence of the United lovable time playing Halloween iraetivoiy imcu in I mi , Pari r tin i m uing waa Hpeni in aanciug, rouoweu uy uoii nun., rerreMnmonw. rtanoween uc oration i were prcgtll) mod through out the !i,,iis,. a number of out of t. wn guest wi ra also ii u at. v : Miss Dorothy Ptowart ent rtalned laal - ng al bar borne, i.'i Jack- on at, with a Hal. om , an i wtj t.'ciu. Kin -t (vera praeeut and spent a vary delightful evonlng ai games ami dancing, followed by daint) r frs eh mania Halloween cplon and Dttarpklna were u n d In dAcorAtlng . I with her 1 th hi vent ... live it neat h were preaent and NP"nt ji aty enjoyable i Irenlng at Haiiov r. n gam i a Rich hat Ktd i :.li Kinds ot apooli tuni gamea and rtoiiea. Bftming furnidhed pari d tno antertal itnont fr the evi nlug. after whii h delleious refrehmi nti wen' aervi d. Tiie r tlon ball wni baautifull) docoated with pumnklna, corn stalks. loa i ft, bhu k and . dloa papor, .-.ni h and i at . and uumer ous st tM were am w d h ph i v nh oni iMinpkln ror Ugh) glvini the entire place the Bppearanee ol Dookdom. und making n M Ideal lh oine alar weal Utoratttn her home place hi wti The '.iiest i time and .it home. lay thel a vei del our deparl .;. . Oaj waa ho itc i at the i i j. , un i 1 iiil' Ol the Modern . lab held hurt evaulng at in tiie auyot) bulldlniti Tjbn ladltM were prMnnt and upent a trery Informal social time. Lute In the eae refri ihraenta were nred b tpa hostess. very delightful meeting was held Tast evening at Ufa church y ih "iiiu: Woman a nHaaldlnir) guild of the ITongregitlonal ctiureb Abopl ten tnetnibera ware present and aneal the ovejiing working for thi bdannr, an which aoulea uM candy were aert lit . Zonta clup hi 1 ! maoilng at t nvant at n ion I bera a ere pr .Veil. aft " ling of m . Sar Anna Ti . Iial In n Pig ." : : Men i" liarv.it ; altowne I pai ty h ic, 72.'i ''.-.'11 Uoifl I :. -i: wore pre amt ilraj at gamra an wait the principal aitiff, honore beipig u nr. Ma ' II" a la nrtm ti- M!n OTTI lf .ON WITNESS STAND no naked Wlis Mr- In 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 itened i" pen lated V !( an ;iy. Mm toon A luucheoti i .i i program number wn i j-e. ' a paper talr I nlng at i. Six 1 . pi nt a:u ll.". .io'l 1' COLLAPSE? AS Sitfc" TELLS PTORY OF DOUT.LE MURDEH TOR WHICH IS BEING TRIED IN PHILADELPHIA. l 'hi lad 1 1 yaatold u In hor nu i bt n n ni iii.il tor mil today huabantli -. Mildred (i rvt i. iu tah! K ah ' said, and h i eived Irhnk "fna" to her luqutrj Htnally hor huaband thrt divorce bar, Arthur llosli i in his attention, the defendant "id and told bar couatahtl) ahoul hi r huanand' i alls ;ed Indiscretion! i nil Mlgg Reokltt. In nii il by hav Ing her love, for her huaband so Roul ed, Wra, Rdaler told h'tia she went '.. Mlai hckitl ami bogged hor to i- Oscar Hosier up. I net end the defend tm continued, Mlal Iteoklti told her ui "Stop i"th erlnf." ni h, r misery nt the brenkjn up o! pgr little hOthOi Mrs, Roajtr said 1 tried iuclde, Bring a shoi which ml ied, Her liuaband, learning of it, told her li" was "aorrj Bhe didn't n k a good Job of It " sh. aald. When Arthur Raster's bttentlohs nmountod almost to pertifiniil vloleiice i .he complained to hi r huabattd, the ynnnr wlfti dudlarod Him win greeted with this ri m.iri: MWMi Arthur mighl as well have wni tut some on alad! I'm hrotigli Tnri to End Lifr. itu the day of the double Iraged . p1 ruses ni the iiohioii Ueii Box, m iiimf item him pitcher Kip folllus and sto nnd a. i .email Del Pratl In excbgjngel for players Elimke, HdfllRi and ller Ice in tiie league, hat fiermau Is a man and the cash. ' Khmkc and Hol ling gro piii hers and have saoh serv r. rni l who lis still to earn his IftUtfc els. Detroit Gain:, hirioit is helteved eil thi) lli'lte Vol til f t'olllli 'i"' Pr ar amarl Ut, i bnll men. si, 'ik e. i the ad v let i e who believe the two tied Sot ' ill pillK UP the spots that worn weakeBl this year PMIldenl N'.ivln was nut relmiant to divest liiinel! ni S3.00n to net these veiei .nr.. for he also believes they will ma e his team a greater obntender for the championship, Pratl) altho one of the old Miners is belieVfd to DO rompetehl to continue in rbe Stride that has mads him DM Of the stars h Ihe Amerhau Ueagno, while t'ol llns Is , i led to more (hah llll thu shoes of Khnike, who was lilsgruntlwl and indifferent In his work. by DpiI. in '.a vi' ohlain. a . ns. i, nun lor ' '. 'i i ",i pd a, id Th Ir.ide wa. . ; '...nia-.i r Ty COWB CHICAGO FOR MISSING GIRL AGED 12 I, Mrs ltosi II. I' fhOt-ai'O. ic I'lt'i ti"!a for Hiinalii old. exiJeri s.m.' et il .iiipi an d Stih I The Amelcan Legion hold a moetini Phursd 8 btloCt. Phtns for the ervi d tee Imerrcan on Armistice lllh, will I"' States by inthrvontion in ronirover sles that are rooted In the age old national rivalries. "The chlet trouble at this linn in the I Europe." In- cofiMnuer, "Is that the ertai power., have not h.-.-n a I- to airree as to questions which. lieinK distinctly European Questions, din . i ly concern them, and their w. nt m agreement la due to different concep 23nl of essential national policy. Pot ar. international 00-&pettlon does not me-.ui that We should emhroil our selves In controversies not InTOlvIng our own interest?. " The secretary added that in human itariam efforts he believed a way might he found for the Dotted States to participate formally in the aelec tfon of Judges to tie- recently organ izod International Court of Justice, a project which from the firM bad had the sempathv of this government. He declared that already In a humani tarian way and thnriiRh the channels f ln,ln the I'niteil Siaes W:s p ;!.,'. ..i.i of a vnlne incalculable. He silv. r . w oonfflronoo nfrps- A delicious luncheon e .... ininp- "thB rescue of the the hostess world from despair" and predicted were rerj prera that despite the present delay the the home. ratttiPit axillary will evenini al sapper to t ag on danci Da . Pridaj Woyembi r made. At the cha e ol c who given rial hi ligfilfui HinC ittcnded .the v. as hod U) hallo. I ti (hos party hour a social Um will The regular meeting of thi Woman's Rellei Corp will be held to Bibrrbw afternoon at o'clock In the tidd Keiiow Hall, ah mwnboi are requested to attend Miss Una Moultou entertained th members of the Kensington Klub and their pentletnen Criends at a very pretty party last evening, at her bom on I'aul street, complimentary to Miss is soon 10 become the bride of M. -I em (lien, one of their members a 1 Flemlnp. Twenty cm-sts were in :.i t, n.liim e am silent a ver ueiiKMi... Pises Of til" turn- Miss (Hen with a pretty by ber friend, was served by Halloween decorations 1 throuhou times .it Kat"' s ami rnusu were awarded to the Winners uvaH :init these r id over to the bride-to-be waa :v?o i)Mfthted in..- Washineton treaties would be by all the powers signatory. Ultimate failure of the conference program, he assfrted, had been precluded in anv case) by the ratifications already vot-; ed . ( Amotie: the nthrr accompllshmeoli reviewed by Hughes as a part of the constructive program of the admlnls tratlon were the netrreiation of a peace tJ-eaM- with Germnny. the Yap agretment protecting American in terests in the mandate Islands of the Pa ;. the rorgaflltrrtlon of Cu ba'S finances, the Iacna-Arica aUbl imtinn agreement between Chile and Peru, the calling of a conference here . of Cetnral American republics and ; the stabilization of lltlti-and Santa j Domingo. Toward the people of Mexico the: secretary said, the United States en-1 tetitajrts only the friendliest aentt mii u1Vi.iip-1i it is unwillinc to ree- Ognixe any Internal policy has. ,! on confiscatory measure aeainst for eifners. Hd alluded also to the near astern situation, repeating the dec laration that, the American govern iment although interested deeply in some phases of the near eastern set tlement, can not appropriately attend tho Lausanne peace conference be cause it was called to settle a war to which the United States was not a party. Hughes began his address with a eulogy to Senaitor Henry Cabot Lodge of the committee on foreign relations and republican leader of the senate; Lodge's defoat by his Massachusetts, constituency at the November elog tion, tho secret airy declared, would be not. only a loss to the state but an ir reparable loss to the nation. John Mottax entertained the mem bers of the Stalwart dub ai hla home nn V..st .lefferson Street. UUt Vel:- inir Two tables of cards were play ed and a v ry enjeyable evening was spent The Willing Workers' class of tts Epwoi-th Sunday school of which MlM rtiith Jowbid is teacher. ere et teftained at Halloween party last evening In tha church parlors. Twen-ty-two members were present and a I attended in masquerade costumes. The evc:,.!g was socially Spent at u - at s. . 1 , . - IT. Ifc it fk p n .-a i is it evening ni the Bou Meuto .11 by tie .r.iulor ".1th. r Leggd for tho 6i bior Wclth t Lag t)v. ; , i , i -i wore pres nt, a i " i nunv her romhiR marked A sho't ialk wt a i . t ire oi i s- eveal t bier '. ami et . ..mi mini'"-, ,n ; gbc i and ., :, ., tor - were told ."id gaiuffs play i Law l the 1 1 nlng a hal- sri en tuncKepn wa : ;d, ion-. st int; of sandwiches, pickles, popcorn tails, apples and gpeclaJ ulade inn i c i i ikli i, Prrmokic, s and bi llo i n co ir fotmi d the decora m for the hall Tbia rcnlni tho Senior WaHher Loaguo v. ill entertain the entire boh t.tion and will pr. sent a Iftth! play entitled "Trouble al Sottorlob' : The Congregational Auxiliary will b antertalned at a I o'clock lunchebn by Mrs. Sum Ifarr and Mrs. Will I ihh soa on Thursday. Nov. 2. The Congregational h:izar.r will 'he Bold Thursday; I 7, beginning at noon. Mr. and Mrs C. SI. Corbin ,-nter-taiaexl a law number of guests at ; Halloween pari- at their home, S2S Stat' street, last evening. Three .iblos of MQ wore played, boners go ing to Mrs. Arthur Imme and Harold arched Shanty, 12 year m i plver wiio after attending ervtca al tlm WWUVl Ulllll ran cmin-n at Mu ki gou, Mich. Uo ehiln- was bell' rt'il ttoi Ifttvd lieonkiiinanpfds Two h . He, and v illian Pur. brolm n lid thj y aw Iglic oliuvb Into ,. : a rtmniWle with a matt who drove to the church aft ;hn: ihe boys wins.- h" cOUW fled her. PAMOtfi PRIEST DIES AT HOME! IN LONDON baojL int. til Pother Retuard, ! ; ultlytn, ' in of the most pisuniiiem ; i.oii.t ' pili sts in the world ajMd a brother f the late cardinal Slauglmn ' rTred here todav. Several years ugol hi toUred lhK United States and pan of I'aiii.tn nni Alastca ami later lectnr- ed iii Japan, adhere he- addl hi as,, of peers. ttor her. I admiid tlhtm h i' !:, iter, i n ihstti . In ri. il li. "vfrti tii v hiH)V, 'I she p Ufa hi pun ha ed her huabaui Arritl r bus sh irv sal i ill Ihe 111) mu, it room In found li ibrobm, vVhal i.;," she i entered fter Aftei If hq Of hi: AN Jui lie l I vrtj rr W.mlllll'l ti lu.w iai Ini Mini lionier is on her. Illlll : spend TiGE.iS TO STRENGTHEN TEAM FOR NEXT YEAR Prei Ide ,t Praak Mavtn of netrnit has t il " ti a rtinnlng t u-t on the nth or i i ;.!! in the American le iguft n 1 1 igbti alagi Ins leaiu lor Hi" tft'j'; i idn. lie h Is i otnph ted the ' first deal in the off period, Irving' three player and $23,000 to gel two men He made his trade with Harry li's toasted. This n Jlirj? process gives a delightful ti utility that can nut bo duplicated ,i Artltfea for vYritlb Tabie. A khermometer fthd perp. lual enlen. dar ail in one. BlHbed In prei n : roMi lent ber; Is a tfdeorae addition i" tha ttl-;: lliS- t) ! p. 'i wrl tag b ' le. r ' S britfifAiifltbl UULUD Wi RED PEPPER r . i . ' r l MM ' (neumaiic rain From Aching Joints Rub Pain right out vit: small trial pb'ttla cf old "St. Jacobs Oil." Stop It's p requires "It's the Chapeat Thin?: I Ever Bought," Writes Mrs. J. Mason, Va- "I paid St .25 for fivecakef nf Ra!-snr Wi jsiis tni by tbt bilge sanglfcr at SStdrati wt picked j up. I roctfm jet've avH tian-tn-'is at d Ibrs ja c:.:.-.ks. eji an ! ftcd." Your MM won't tuch it. &Ai illy lip ' I :v 30 sneil. o-ic. OSt. 91. iS. SM zad auarir.tcid !,y Corbus' D-ug S'ore. S. S. Pcarrco's Sons. , ach.nn chest. Stop the congestion, loosen up in juit a 'y seems to the con- mnW i U'c .'i f'r, n six, islet to . .alte you The Safest and Best FtUnUy Medicine mm Ease your tight the pain. Break Feel a bad coid short time. "R.-rl Penorr Rub" is the cold rem- Hv thnt brines Qtuckest relief. It Can- n.,t leirt veil r.nl it crtaii pr.:i the Hahtness ana in gestion and soretl !SS rii'lit oat Nothing has such concentrated, pene trating heat as red peppers and when heat penetrates rigtit dow.t n-.to colds, congestion, achht mufclcs and sore, stiff joints relict comes at once. The moment yr.u apply Red Pepper Rub you fed the tingling heat. In three minutes the coogtsted snot is warmed throueh and tbrduth. When you are suffering in "dosing" Rhcitmatitttt. An only; not one case in fifty internal featmcnt. Rub sootning, peiiertatmg it. jacoos un i ; on the "tender -pel," and by the time you say Jack .Robinson out comes the rheumatic pain and distress. "St. Jscohs Oil" is a harmless rheu matism liniment Which never disip points and doesn't burn the skm. It takes pain, soreness and Stiffness from achmg joints, muscles and hones; Stdpi sciatica, lumbago, backache and hturalgia. Limber up! Get a small trial bottle of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs CMP' from any drug store, and in a mo ment, you'll be Ju-e from pains, aches and stiffness. Don't suffer I Rub rheumatism away. mm "Only the Best for me! declare a the woman who t?hes pride in the kind of food she sets before her family. She knows it doesn't pay to v. aote iter good efforts antl her good flour, eggs and other materials by using anything but ROYAL the best bak ing powder made. It Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste i i -'WtaaHr' aUSBFCBBRai Night's T '!.. elop J.l'' day- batter. Nature'! ra-nv:.- ( M T .-. bi c t i) raart ti b':r.cf:r jl in.lwef.ct; ci l a ..:.'.. va und eJinriaative I i-iitEr.-. t..c Stjnjfch, Live- tioweli. Tnnle'it t2.s n M TMt its Dcti.m U 'so dnTeront you vv..i .. : lo lifc.iru.liy ejrtj.icu. backac just Rut) dm Cit i a com, rneumaitsro, ctk or sore mu.;cles, ! Rr v.les Red 1'epper made from red peppers, at any 1 1 ,u Will Aiwa. the i,un;k- iuw!ts." -i - -? .-aV' . ? j asms 7m vm-i 'Jimjssrzr--w.-r . . .t. s r mi i i m ' m i i iniaiiwii in i She who has so cheerfully face ri thousand meais each year, no! ( n pronipted by a wis'a to appease you ecine Notice. Qunmanaint Wedne the local home servici American Hed Cross from 3 to 5 p. m. ilally. Nov. oflic rill tho open "Do Rats Talk to Each Other?' Asks Mr. M. Batty, R. I. "! pft five calM of Rat-Snap an.! flirt piece) Wimixi feed store, tiot about half a d Ben dead : its dayftwos,iUiiwcks. Suddenly, tir - 1 Now wchavra'taav. Who told them about .Rat. Snap." Rat drv up and leave iw i.m.il. lu-v lias; 35c 05c, tl.fS. Sold aud guarant'-ed ty Corbus' Drug Store. S. S. Pearson's Sons. ff? JOM-.OPS-U ttiohP' r awtu:. tr.'i-g IT1Q ruiai UQtl coi- S rnitdrun si0 Julu. f StessaviTU"-.-..? mm mm ni :s n i- v FOR "'HE HOME AND FACTORY CLEAN CONVENIENT SAFE SANITARY Northern Illinois Light and Traction Company iii mis routine of cooking fully a ntion those frequent bakings hunger with home-made treats, , i surely now deserves, as an ap preciation of her efforl;!, the pride aixl assistance of the best range that you ran obtain. Accordingly, vtfi suggest, as 'mir.onlly befitting ihf- ocr.a Hon, tliis stately Mound Oak Chief Boiler Iron Range and flflftrt , niul half a Wood char-con- can- Ts Patrician of all coal r.mK-s, it. lipars the aeter of contenlence s tract Ion with which inry devoted to tho the b' st is able to endow a ranffo. EqnaUy pertinent Is its low cost, compute 1 hy ballufng Her Hotter s Faith in lyila E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cumpcaud Led Her To Try it Ask Your Dealer! The Druggist, Hardware or Speciality Man OTECO DSY POLISH Cleans and leaves an ABSOLUTELY DRY FINISH ON Enamel, Leather, Glass, Etc. Unequalled for Phonograph, Piano, General Household Use 25c 50c 75c j Ottawa Tool Edan'ng Co. W. J. Klncheloe C. Waldenburg SsttSJSVSfi Cfl . Paint, Auto, and ililllMUIIHIIIH 1 ttiL- 1 Kenosha, Wisconsin. "1 cannot say enough in praisoef l.yiia E. PihKhttn i : V o g e t a I) i e Corr -pound. My mot hi if ! Ihad preat faith in it j .as she had taken so much of it and when j 1 had troui.it; aft?r j rry baby was born L she gavo it to me. It helped me f.o much mora than anything else had done thai. I advise a 1 1 ffomt n with female trouble I to prive it a fair trial and I am mire they will feel as I do i about it-Mr.?. Frbd. P. Hansen, B2 i Symmonds St, Kenosha, Wisconsin. A medicine that has leen in use nearly ! fifty years and that receives the prai: e I and commendation of mothers ai d grandmothers is worth your considera tion. If you are rufTering from troubles: I that sometimes follow child-birth benr j in mind that I.vdia E. Pinkham Veg v i table Comrnmnd i - a woman 's medicin,' It is especially adapted to currect suih troubles. The letters we pabKah oupht to ci,:i vince you; ark some of our womn friends or neighbors -- the knov its wortii. You wiB, tco, if you give it a fair trial. DO 1717 f A Jar with Two Gold L IXEjEjI Fish-Far the Parlor FOR THE CHILDREN To Introduce the New Laxative service finality sidered, without tlon, the est value. n n Id c o n it Is, iiues-great- if A , Delicious Candy Laxative Wheeler & Malo "WYVi II I S GROW OTTAWA i E W S ai-- If ! iffmm aBi L - 1 1 prfp r-Wk- - - Wmrr&r Uw yi ur i i ini minis ii ii i ii iiii i iiMiiHioi ' ir- inirTTir" 1 v-JW-bT--imHM " i5awg H ' KB? ts.....if job a - .- i 1" ! C i "Sl'WIWUkai. v..m.l.-k.w . IIIIWII SSBWTHW-!- -. -s.vrii;7iim8MHni ii m W'lKI1 mmw S -Wtmi I 'i ''IJr'a IIIH est DOSS! I fi 15 CpBSSBSS Mm Vsm II if .mated oven mm) IT MM XTL 1 : I WE SELL j THE 1 ROUND If VP" Ml W TCT D OAK MLfAkjLsMK I HEATERS WlS j j m FURNITURE fit RUG CO, 3 ! 812-15-17 La Salle SSscel OTTAWA, ILL. Tho triil. walls, the in loor. the liberal use of asbestos insulation (dou ble the quantity used in other hich-pradc ranges) and the en t're AMtgn of the Round Oak Chief Ratige are calculated to hold heat where it belongs. The fuel it saves by preventing the waste of heat repays over ii ml over the slight extra cost nf these advantages.