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TUESDAY, OCTOBIR 31, 19M. Tin: OTTAWA FREE TRADER JOURNAL'. FREE TRADER - JOURNAL AND OTTAWA 115 West Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. FREE TRADER-JOURNAL W. H. OSMAN O. H. WOOLBBRT PUINTINO CO. Member of the TERMS: Dally, one year In advance, by carrier 15 00 Dally, one year In advance, by mall, outside La Salle County 4.50 Dally, one year In advance, by mall, In I-a Salle County 4.00 Dally lor week, by carrier 1 The Associated Press Is exclusively of all news dispatches credited to it or and also local news published herein. Entered as second class matter Ottawa. 111., under the Act of October TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1922. FOR THE SALVATION ARMY. W hat pit mises ti be the lasl lit,r drive for funds thai will be sprung on the people of Ottawa the present season is now underwaj that of the Salvation Army, In spite of the fact that subscriptions in the past have lieen liberal, it is to be hoped that something has Iktu held in reserve for tin cause. The Salvation Army doe a work peculiar to itself It goes out into the highways and byways seeking whom it may help phys ically, mentally and morally. It has been the last h pe and resort of many a man and wothfen who was "down and out". Except in the instance of hbMrhg its religious meetings on the streets, its work is (piiet and unostentatious, hut it charities from day t" lay would surprise the uninitated. Charity is bestowed only after personal in vestigation and so secretly that many an impoverished mother with children will accept aid from the Salvation Army when pride would compel her tn reiuse it from any other source. The close personal investigation and the methods employed enable the Army to give true aid without pauperizing. ine f the tenets of the organization being that a man or women must work and earn if ossihle, and as soon as he nr she is able, must help in aiding some other unfor tunate. During the World W ar the Salvation Army came into its own. It's workings were never so well comprehended before nor was the complete unselfishness of the organization so well understood or appreciated. During' and after this great Struggle complaints came alKiiil this or that organization to whom a generous public contrib uted, hut never a word of criticism that the Salvation Army had fallen down on any part of its work or in any section. It was found at training camps, in the trenches and in the hospitals, doing its best to relieve suffering and to cheer up the sick, wounded and disheart ened. Many phases of that great tragedy are drifting into the past and may well he forgj tten, so far as possible, but the work of the; Salvation Army "over there" will never depart from the memory of many a "buddy" who found one of its memlttrs or one of its stations when he needed it most. The present drive has for one of its objects assistance in erect- inga home on a piece of property the Armv has acquired on La Salle slreet, the building of which wU enable it to enlarge its field of Use- fulness and do more for Ottawa and this vicinity. T, f. ... t I ,i u. i.... !a ii uuimiu umi man) nave hut it is to lie hoped that all will dig mice more for the upkeep of what is probably the world's greatest organization for charity and j the moral rescue of fallen humanity. MINERS ARE MEETING PRESENT COAL DEMANDS. October weather which would do credit to an average UfrUStl New York- 0cL- "1 Karly gain has been the means of making optimists of thousands of coal COn- sumers. Either the mild weather or some favorable condition ff of studebakf r. which dropped more trade has brought the general production of coal in the country to 2 Points, a reflection of specula , , f lU i ,,- "ttwiwimrj lu disappointment that the directors equal the needs ot the general public, according to the month v re- had failed to declare another extra view Ot the federal Keserve bank Oi tion of coal, hnth hUuminmis anA 'Z. , -7 i a e II : uuj uciii.iiiu oi me miiKiie western states, it has not leen in such quantities as to permit of meeting the full requirements of the northwest, not to replenish the depleted stocks of industrial and domestic consumers. In Hindis production has increased but slightly, and the car supply is still insufficient to covet the demands on the mines. Government authorities are exerting their influence to have railroads arrange their service So that they may be able to meet the requirement! which are sure to arise, sooner or later, when cold weather sets in and the householders increase their orders for fuel. The increased production and distribution of coal has had but little, if any, effect on retail prices, the consumer paying about the same as was demanded of hint- months ago when the strike was in effect. The material advantage that has been gained lies in the banishment of the fear that an early winter would find the country actually suffering from cold. P.ut made impossible by the resumption bank is to the effect that the amount of repenishing the great Iv reduced tuiMka f :.n.... 4 l months of idleness at the mines. inquiry into the mining situation a course tnat will Help future emergencies, but it is scarcely probable that any report it may make will help to keep the fires burning in the sti ves and furnaces of the American homes during the severely coin w earner nt the coming winter. action and less talk. Knapp and Miss Hazelle Mac Kenaa of Chicago were at the Robert ivitaup iiuiue over me weeK end. Rev. and Mrs. L. V. Sitler motored to Naperville Sunday afteronon to see his brother, who is in the hosnit- 1 Entertains Floradoras. The Floradora. club was entertain ed at the home of Miss Minnie W'el ler. north of town. Several auto loads went out to the farm and enjoyed a pleasant evening. Mrs. L. Dondanville went over to D. S. KnighU- r-l-JncoFrW., after noon to care for the new baby and AITS, IVIlIgni. Mr. and Mrs. H,. Koux and their , fueut, Joseph Roux, went to Ottawa I Sheridan H. FAIR DEALER Main Street Publishers Editor and General Manager Managing Editor Associated Pre. entitled to the use for republication 1 not otherwise credited to this paper March to, I, 1917. 19-'0. at the Post Office at aiicauj jivcii iiiiui n nuns , ChtCaSO. But while the undue- antUrarha aiA k ;...tn . even that condition has not leen of mining, for the report of the produced is insufficient to admit stocks which resulted from five ti . . Ihe government's committee of mav be m a position to advise That which is required is more Sunday to attend a movie. of work done on his home. Knocking down and building up. It is work for some on- alright ,, Mrs. Ida Thompson took Mrs. Mary Wemple out riding in her automobile rriday alternoon. for which she feels very grateful L. H. Callagan was a Jollet caller over the -week end. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wauslaud of An- rora spent the week end visiting at the home of the batter's parents. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Connaway. Mrs. Lyell Rowen and Russell were . 0 ., F 'r M angelical ctmrcfc Sunday mornlm.- and Mrs. mitn in La balle a few day a audience greeted him. He at- a' tends Northewentf rn college at Na Henry Thompson, wife and mother pervllle of Leland were callers at the home nt SSm P.", L- n ..a-,ir. Oitrwi..., .. . 1 . - , jt . -. .. . . . . . .. .1 ternoon t High School Party. The Blrll schiml nnniU arc. nmrur ing a program at Hie ioaool hoasi on Halloween night, Oct 31, lor Uijm-t EVERETT TRUE Bv CONDO. HM Z P. r B 1 ' ' "n !lvv: ,,V1- Scandal TODAY'S GRAIN VALUES HELD DOWN IN TODAY'S SALES I'Vcago, Oct. 31. Scattered com inLs.don house buying, together with lack, of demand, proved sufficient to hold down values in the wheat market today during the early U allusrs. Ap parent stoppage Of export buying counted in particular as s bearish i Huence. The fact that th Liverpool c.uotrtions dispiayod no m was also a sabject of com 1:11 1 prices here, whieh r&Sged from ",e to sc lower. December $i.u4 to $1.1 1 and May $1.12 to $1.1:',, was tolkrwed 'by a slight rally and then a fresh de cline. Expectance of enlarged receipts of corn acted as a weight both on com and oats price.!. After opening c to ' sC otT' lumber '"'" ,:,; V. the lcorn markct continued to sag. Oats started iinchanK'd to '.c low- er - December 4l3,e to 41"., . a "gSgi figS and later drift in response tc lower hog values. Wall Street. dividend today, and market weakness i:i domestic oi'.s. turned price dowj- ward again just before neon May De partment StTc.-. however, had ex tended its ga'n to 10 points, before acute weakness BSt M throughout the entire list, llarnsjall A, 1'roductrs' and Reflnefa', Tidewater, Associated, Pacific and Philip.-, Petroleum all dropped 1 to 2 points. Weakness alao cropped o';t in a number u; special is sttea, fjaneral American Tank Car de clining 4i. Dcluvcre ano Hudson, 3; National Bi-cuit. end Americi.n Steel Foundry preferred, 2V4 each, and Anacriccn Snuff. I!. Call mar.ey opened at 3 per cent. Poultry. Chicago, Oct. 31. Poultry Alive lower; fowl.", 13-19c; turkeys. 3ic; Bpriose, 17 7c; roosters. 14.; gecee, 19c. Live Stock. .J''5i f " , , --"'Rcceipts, .19,0110 head: he d over, ,,63b; vorV iiow; practically no trading; $8.30 i''1 for choice 200 pound average; quality fairly good; average cost yes terday. $8 35. iTr.ttle Receipts. I.'.OOO head. Sheep iTleceipts, 21,000 head. Provisions. Chicago. Oct. 3. Mutter high, creamery extras 47c; firsts 36-39c; extra finds 42'4-4TjVic; seconds 34'4- Jac; standards 4viC. rZ' , '1' "7", Vl ; Z T''' r ? , '; T.r'" e- uslOe; refrigerator extra 25- - ; refrigerator firsts 24-244c mItm ,nlv Chicken will be served. Install Front, The workmen from Ottawa are gef. tln th" Htor" rr"nl (,f ,h' "('w huihl ln r"a,ly U,T V,l'tin lh" n'w Pass fnnt np soutn American Kreacnes. A South American at the , , , ,1, v- m.i, ; -JJ J I V S,II,, ,.. ll,.n,! kl In AuroTa, int Sunday lsRlng his f olka. 30ME OT Hfl ' TO "bURM v -"'..fiy.-- . .IT- MARKETS GRAIN Fsjrnlshec by u W. Ktrh. manager (Gardiner B. Van Nexs & Co.. m embers Chicago Board Of Trade, third fljoi Moloney Building. open. High. Low Clow Wheat Dec 1.144 UH L1SH 1.14 May 1.12'k 1 V, 1 . 1 2 U, 1.12i J'llv .... 1.04h IM o3' 1.04 Corn Dec 664 .66T M .66 '-4 May 67 .67 Vs .6614 Julv 66V .J6 .ti."7ii .66 Oats Iec 414 .41 .41 1.4 .41 1:, May 41 1 .41 .41Vfc .41 July 3li .3H .3iti4 .3!04 Cash Markets. Corn No. 2 mixed 67 V&- .694 No. 3 mixed 66 - .69 No. 4 mixed 64 - .6SU No. 2 yellow 6SV4- .70 " No. 3 yellow 6G .69 'i No. 4 yellow .64 NO. 2 white 664- -69 No. 3 white 66 - .68 No. 4 white 64 - .65 Oats No. 2 white 434- .44 No. S white 42Vi- .43 No. 4 white 42 - .42v Receipts Estimated. Wheat. BO cars. Corn, l"o cars. Oats, .so cuts. OTTAWA GRAIN MARKETS. Ruckrigel s Elevator. Wheat 11.03 Oats No. 2 white 3S No. 3 white 37 No. 4 white 36 Com No. 2 white 61 No. t yellow 61 No. 3 white 60 No. 3 yellow 60 No. 4 white 59 No. 4 yellow 59 Wallace Grain Market. Wheat fl.02 Uats No. 2 white . : 37 4 No. :', white 364 No. 4 white 354 Corn No, 2 white 60 No. 2 yellow 60 Na. 3 white 59 No. 8 yellow 59 No, 4 white 58 No. 4 yellow 58 L OF M EXTENSION Tiff THRO ILLINOIS LADIES RESUME THEIR STUDIES FOR THE COMING YEAR WITH AN ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM AT THE HULL RESIDENCE. An interesting talk cm the trip the members of the art extension commu te., of QlinOU recently made down the Illinois river was given by Miss Sidonia Bronacr of Peru vesterdny st the ayenlng meeting ot the year of the Monday club. Th" 1 ession "was held at the homo of Mrs. Horace Hull on SfadisOO street. Miss Brenner told ot the trip, which was mr.de during the first week !n October and started v.jth a day it Starved Rock sad Deer Park. One hundred SMlgrtms In uuost of the nat nr..l hr.riil4lnc III,.. ... : . - . . - ney. The guests went from La Salle to . , MONDAY CLUB HEARS Grand Ridge MI88 WINIFRED YOCUM Correspondent Bishop Visits St. Andrew's. The visitation Bishop tadtrton I St Andrew's. Kami llldge, was, as Is ulways the cue lOOktd forward i to Dot nni by parishioners but the I people Of the community as well Bishop Anderson umk for his text "Hrlng up a ohfld Ifl the wa be should K " At the OOBCllMlOD Ol the services a recess of ten minute vsas held, giv ing all an opportunity 1,1 ptfSOWUIj govt the bishop The latter during lib address paid a MT tilting tribute to Hv ft, i Quid foi the ureal work he wus doing in and for the commun ity, especially among the children, and urged that the parents and adults co nptrata with htm After the recess a parish meeting M held, at which reports of the church re given. hieh arara exceptionally good, A dots u on foot for the srection of u j parish house or community center. This as also pros toted to the bishop, j who express, d hlmelt as especially Interested In thl talked of bUildlDI St. Andrew's has always been one of the bishop's loved parishM it being the o; ly rural church In the diocese of Chicago. Ho encouraged the pao j pie of the oouunnnity to carry on and SP prods te the work that those who ' hud left btHinests had so hojied to see come to pas-. Then nai a good con- km nation preaent Cet Tocjfther Club Will Mert. The Gut Torther club Will meet on Thursday afternoon al the home of Mrs. x. it. Lanfley, seal of the ii La e. The fggoiar routine vs 111 be pursuad. Will Serve Supper. The Woman's OuUd are arranging 1 to hidd a hiipper en Tues.lay evening. N'ov 7. at the home of Mrs. Jonn I Hus. Masquerade Party. The standard Bearers of the Moth odlst chun h held a haUowoon pariv i last nicht at the B I. Milton nome n H'.irllnKton avenue. Sunday Visitors. .Mr. cud Mrs rth:i- Thomas, the I tter'.'i parents. Mr. ard Mr" Schn Blacker, and their daughter, Miss .vi I Mo Lawrence, all of Ottawa, spent I Sundav after noou at the YOCUXD home. west of town. Overnight Vieitor. Miss KIhb Antrum v;is an over- nigrit visitor at t tic- home or .Miss Ikjrothy Yocuni on Saturday. Dinner Guest. Rev N R. (Juiet of Btroator was a dinner guest on Saturday at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Weher. south west of the village. Week End Guest. Miss Vera Klncr of ncpr Marseilles was a week end guest at the home of Mr. And Mrs. Ottdy Rowe, southwest of the village. They all attended the confirmation services at Christ church, Btroator, Sunday morning. Hostess at Halloween Party. Miss Katherine Lehr was hostess last night at her home east of town to members of the sophomore and Junior classes of the Grand Hidge High school. Home Over Sunday. Karl Geiger, who Is attending St. Viator's College, near Kankakee, was an over Sunday guest at the home of his father. Krank Geiger, Just east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ross. Mrs. T. J. Weher, Mrs. M. H. Crawford. Z. O. Jackson. Vv. H. Rockwood. J. E. ROOSO and Kogle brothers were among those from this locality in Ottawa on Saturday. Mrs. M. H. Yoctim and daughter were callers at tho Henry Liehtner home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johnson and lit te son of Ottawa visited home folks here the first of the week. Miss Anna Ourdan was a recent vis itor with relatives in Grand Rapids township. Miss I'hoebe Gallup spent a day this week at the home of her brother Ray on West Main street. O A. Williams and family called on Tonics relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs .1 W. Wakey were din ner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Kngland. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lehr and fam ily of Ransom visited the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lehr, of South Bloomlngton street. Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Moss of near Marseilles attended services at the Presbyterian church in the village Sunday evening. Ralph Mar;on of Streator was a caller at the W. W. Ixick home, south w,est of town, on Sunday. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Lock, who has been' quite sick, is no'..' reported as improving. Peoria by train, and took a beat ride from Peoria to St. LouiO. She told of the places of Interest flatted, the side trips made and of the program' given on, the boat. Thr Journey waj' one of the most, delightful trips Imaginable, and MISS KnunerV, de scriptions were vivid and interesting. Proceeding Mi Brenner's talk.Mn. K. W. Weir, of La Salle, a former Ot tawa resident, read a paper on birds, which was followed by r dlocUSSion, At the close of tie program licht re freshment; wer, served by the host ess. The club will meet every Monday afternoon throughout the winter and spring. For the present the meetings will be held at th Hull residence. The memberc, ere making an exhaustive study of the ten givat religions of the world. 1'ntil the first of the year they will study ancient Rome and the religion of that p rkd. after which they will take up the study of Arabia end Mohammedanism, Mrs. David C ok, Clah president, presided at the meeth . ri t rdr.y. Notice. Commencing Wednesday, Nov. I, the local home terries office of the American Red Cross will be open from 3 to 0 p. m. daily. MARSEILLES NEWS O. A. BURTON REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE PHONE BLACK 63 RESIDENCE BLACK 160 Office 475 Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Kred K.au ol Stoa tor iBOiored over to spemi the even ing Witt Mr. and Mrs t barb s Siniln Md family al their bom a i llluft' street Miss Btubett Massro of Coal t'lty Is vlsltlnx Joe Massro und family. ClnroBM Tetslnff, iVWMina Perklm, BVnnk Perkins unci Kev Tledole me to red to Chicago this morning Lester I'rancoiiih and arifu fnotored to storing this nonlng Miss Grace Partridge returned Horn fetoagn last evening, Dr. Howard Tragi r sient the WOSk end with his parents at their In, in, on Ka-t Union street. Mr and Mrs It T White and Mr- John o'Nejii hove motored to spend the day with j, it. white and family. UIm Margaret imx returned last evening from her week end visit In Chicago, Miss Keicter of Btroator was visit- "'K in Marseilles over Sunday 'lr Biiirloy Lane and family ami Mr and Mrs jay Lane motorod over from Kankakee Bund ay, mailing short calls upon th follow Itik relative. M (tdy Pi Idlcord, Mrs. Deltg prumbach, Mr Walter Long and Mi, () A.bbOti, Barton1, Vtjither Lejguc CelebraUs. The Wtiither f QS1US held h&l loween party at the Trinity l.uther.i'i ,)u.ivt, last evenly, ami the voung a mopt successful ad snjoyabl mast- I eop e had a mi. st njoyable ttai-. ' n The party win well BttSOded ar.d the rsfreshnants were novel and lampt- j lug. To yield t sued temptation, us Wilbur BntOUSS sponl the week end It was not sinful, was a d, light. and'w,,n Ms tnotnar, few young pisvpie present nwlsted. I -Mr. Yoiimans and cblidtM spent Sunday at the home of I. Q. Drackley, Inspects Chlmneye. " M Seneca. o w Phi Him ore Is Inspecting chim- Days this morning Many sortooa Attsntlon, Ladies. i v it n.,ci5 iti 'nroporty would have their ehfmneis thapoctod once u year, Much loss of life and pro pi rty COUld tx avoided and itpense to the city for tire fighting lighten. id, UTICA NEWS MABEL SMITH, Correspondent. Phone 156-R. Variety Snowcr, The home ot I). J. Kinzer north of Ltica was the scene of a very pretty affair last Saturday evening, the oc casion being a variety shower in honor of the approaching nuirrlage of Miss Versa Kinzer, of t'ttca, and Philip Hutchinson, f Joiiet About thirty guests were present and the evening was enjoyed in music, games and a social good time. The bride to be was presented with many beauti ful and useful gifts. The wedding will take place In the near future. The home was beautifully decorated In Halloween colors, of orange and black. A dinner was served to the guests consisting of roast chicken, mashed potatoes and gray, fruit salad, pumpkin pie, scalloped corn, bread, coffee and pickles. Miss Kin der is one of L'tlca's niot estimable and popular young ladies and Mr. Hutchinson was a former t'tica boy, but now a resident of Joiiet. Mr. and Mrs Frank O'Brien of ('hicugo are here on a visit at the home of the letter's sister, Mrs. Henry Sabo on Church street. The residence of Win. Johnson on Church street is under quarantine for scarlet fever. Martha having con tracted the disease. Mrs. lsiah Clark, who has been vis iting with her daughter. Mrs. Nellie McCormaOk, returned to dier home in Custer Park Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Chlldera and son Roy, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred 81 Of fer! and son George were Ottawa vis itors on Sunday. Miss Hendletta Zimmerman who has been very 111, is quit!- improved at this writing, being able to sit up again. A large elm tree, on the Anna Murtha residence, on Canal street, was cut down yesterday. The work1 was done by Joe Decker and helpers, j E. E. Chlldera and son Loo, and j Fred Bleffert and son Oeorge, attend ed a football game in Peru Sunday. Rublic Sale Of Household Goods As I am going to move to Florida I will sell at public auction all of my household goods at my residence at 708 Clinton street, first house north of Morey Roberts' Music store, known as the Gladfelter home, on Friday, November 3, 1922, commencing at 1 2 :30 sharp. This property consists of eight new beds and springs and mattresses; four new 9x12 rugs; one new rug, 16 x 28 feet; four 20-foot running rugs; a lot of small rugs; two linoleum rugs, 9x12 feet; stair carpet; two large brussel carpets; four new dressera; three new chiffoniers; 12 new rocking chairs; new leather davenport; library table; eight small stands; new piano; new Silvertone victrola; two new mattings, 14 x 18 feet; new Singer sewing machine; two large mirrors; fernery; lot of flowers; electric table lamps; large dome, new dining room, set: combination china closet and buffet; two new large cupboards; 24 new comforters; fifteen new pillows; new kitchen cabinet; gas stove; cook stove; new set of bird eye dishes; a lot of odd dishes; kitchen utensils: six kitchen chairs; Dorch set: 200 quarts of fruit; fifty glasses of jelly; washing machine wringer: lawn mower, garden tools; girl's and boy's bicycles; pic tures and many other articles too numerous to mention. Col. Dan Fitzgerald, Auctioneer. LEO ARGUS This is the best and the largest line of household goods that we ever sold at auction, so don't miss this sale, rain or shine, every thing must be sold to the highest bidder without reserve and rmut be sold trnt day and above all things this sale must start at 12:30 without fail. 2 a.'-.' ii Buys Stebbins Property. Chrlsl Munson has pmrohaaod the Portet Btabbtns property on Bkul Union street, The Baal Bad has uaiiuni another xood resident rVllh Home little Improvement this propei'tv lll maim a coy home. Vandals Destroy Cabbage I'hailis Watteiiik was In a very angry mood this mornmc, ami won ho might be. for u group of vandals raided ami wiituiiy dtstroyod htaoher; lahon red eabhago, He is loath tti pronocuta but will report it to thi parents of the boys, as he knows SVer) lad In the party. Clean fun Is enjoyable by all. but sheer destrue ns en, should be dealt with by the law. 200 at I. O. O. F. Meeting. Tin- district meeting Of the 1. O. O. P, wa.s attended bv about 100 Odd Fal lows last evening, The third degree srs.i Kiveu two candidate by the i .1 Belli dogree team at HaHtgan's hall, I Aftc the business nutting of the lOCal lOCUjS and the district bUSinSSg 1 masting the dogroo teams initiuted Hie cmulidaAaS for the ililrd dexree, and th"ti In a body tho inembeis inarched to tholi own hail on Main straet, where Med cakes, sandwiches and Coffee wore s.rvid. lu all il was iin ail- tin , , . ..11. ulTlMJy 10 ai- t.-i 1 the c ird party l'e. bv the ath olio Ladles on Thursday, Nov. 2, from 2:3') to 5 p. m , at HallKan Hail, Ma:- st'tlles. III. Admission. 3' cents. Re freahments will be served. D. of I's Masquerade Party. A very large crowd attended the 1). of I's. masquerade party, which nas held last SVOning, some very line characters, being present. The hall was jirertUy tfecoratod In autumn i olors of gold and black. Aith the pretty trimings of cuts and Witches, Prises were awarded the masquers, the following winning: Mrs .1. Williams and Miss Marie Waters won the best couple prlie, Mrs J. Cahlll won the best charac ter prlie, and Miss Angela Cosgrnve won the prise for being the best dressed character Many interesting games added to the evening's pleas ure, prizes being awarded for each game A tine lunch of chicken sand wich, s. pickles, olives, assorted cake and coffee was served and all enjoy ed the HalloWeen affair very much. The committee In charge were as follows: Miss Mildred Morrissay. Margaret Walsh, Janet Neary, Loret ta Ulancy, Frances Condron. Jose phine Neary, Nettle and Frances Sykes, Mabel Hickey, Ann and May me Burke, May Cosgrove, Mrs. L. C. Pearson and Miss Charolotte Gard ner Miss Stella Warron of Ottawa at, .ruled. SINGING A FEATURE OF REVIVAL MEETINGS A feature of the gospel team meet ings which open here next Monday, which will appeal to young and old saint and sinner, will be found to be the singing of the chorus choir, to gether with solos by Fus Scott "Big Swede." Mr. Scott is leader of the chorus, and in addition his fine, strong bari tone voice sings many solos during the meeting, while his duets with Oth ers are worth coming miles to hear. A veterans of the Spanish-American war, Mr. Scott, although born In Sweden is a true blue American, and his dramatic rendition o ihe patriot ic song "The Old Flag That Never Touched the Ground" is thrilling and long to be rumenvbered. Among the solos which are great favorites with the audiences may be mentioned "The Old Rugged Cross," "Since I Found My Savior," "Love Lifted Me," "It's the Grandest Thing I Know." Particularly effective a ffcifftft . 2- 1 Lltfi