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Tin: OTTAWA IU:: TKADJiii JOtltN AL.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBEf! 3, 1922.
PEGGY BEALE, FREED
l MIIPRFR nHARRF
Ud of Trinity Lutheran churrb at th were Uied Ms keeptnj with tb autumn djr, "Tbo Florist Bhop, by WInliivii bnisluM wax pt.irolias.'.l for iiin ih. keynote of our foreign pulley." the
i .. .flair proved a iHige it hostesses. Ver pnttl rations HnwklirlilK.. M Itleit lot the Harvard ,,!,b,U' ch001 "MMlWl With the prlufl nMRir datnafea "We really
! . iiroci -.t art t" I e oil teasou. .. , ,., !,l",v'' ken proirruiii ami the work uave common alma.
: iwoal tc atoll! lasi rut . for ofcaritabte purpoMa, the, Aa to tbo how policy tha moat Ire-
. .. ll.IV .....A I... ' l..- I .lull villi .,.nll. .......... 1 . .... ..
Vlbert l orcomii w.is pleasantly Kur " , " "'" i iiroiii.nu,- I'ortani iiihiis ih m mi nowu expaiMt'
nrniniio to rvrri
Kt UKIW IUUII1
f .-L.
111
f if II "ii i
lift
of the Znnt.. i ltlh last rii:Vtl at
i . i hum !.- ::! MrCM BOW TBI
floor i; the I- t iKt Jnt, wa.-i iU" . t .it .
SANITARIUM NURSE ACQUITTED l :
FOR KILLING "PEPFECT LOVER '
i. Hit I . t. ot hrida i
MAKES MYSTERIOUS VISITS TO
SCtNES HERE
HAUNTS.
! Tomorrow ovenlag will nark t
i . I i t:i ).' : the vt.'ii parties lor i!
. of the Ottawa Boat eluh
Im.viir.; alloya ami liitllunl tabl
MW In ' hi' t of condition and a
laVge number are p i.! to attend,
t
.ii : s im t'.irv tad Mrs. Win Ji ;
.suit .. re ho -te. -s at the I e ClQI .
iBcchton aaeaed yvatorday .ift i 1
it tAe ontrKattotiU church Orer
fori? five ladii - re pres. tit Follow
the afternoon was tpenl lewtni for
i MIM
priaed last evoatnfl1 wh.it a number of Hayn. The paper on
ntetids ialle.1 ill Ins ho no on Last edlr'V was penil hv Mi illhio Ihvv
Sni" nor street, to help eweoraw Bn or ,,
birthday 'i'weut-iwo auoata wire m u
1 .. ... .l,.H.rhl,l ... "
,-. ru. ... .. y 'V' "'"''' a one a. t play; the
,1, .... .. ,.. . . . , inoloili iiiiia l
v. 111. it a noil, ions im
l'i.. rnm. V(ar. The otlhors are:
' in. ni .mis. Qoorga Qrovor,
'n o nr. shli'iii Mm i k' !
fhe atml. ei the oihet roup Treasurer ir wnimm Dwyor Jr
ni" ' iraitia, s. . rotary Mi ltnti. k .
tine-. e uiual main tun our naval
Mm We nun. I retain fore. R .nl
tiuatt for the Mourlty of the empire."
Taker of First Whale Honored.
.1
home and
ii.r.v. v . . iiviiU.OU,
BONAR LAW HOPES U. S.
WILL JOIN LEAGUE '
t:.. Ottawa W'omaat'a olub ,iy;
rag
preaentatlon of a one net i
OF FORMER ' ' : '"' ' ' alt :
freenmonti) were servini. iif parix Thlrt) memhera ol tiw l A
was the Bret oceaaion up.m wfil h veaterdaj afternoon at i 10
the nteiiiher.; of the Zonia eluh '.w home of .Mrs. Klla La Clair, '
I 'iit. : tainrd thrlr frl. nils since their stuln treet, .ud transaetcl
-Mario tPeggy) Beak? has made twi I arganiaatlon In the bite aprinj huali
vlsllnfs to Ottawa alnce she w.,s a' ...
quitted of (he alaylnu of her perfejt j The regular meeting of I hi tmet The Misses Bertha Lantern
lover. Frank Attdetaon. at Kan-is ear l.ogion Aitxili.tr; as hold iVrn Diuva eniertalm i Wedneeday n,.. luh haa txken ui a deBnlti
Olty.wlp., lit TudidMy. Oct. St. atovord- day afternoon at the American lrglon , Venin. at the fomiera bom on ,,,,-.,. .. atwdj the drama The
Ing to Ottawans who have t .vo. ui ed hall, with i tin. attendance. Tito hul- w-o: Madlaon llreet, at a farewell ,iu11in.is ar divided into foUl gronpi
her. wUf M to hae walked neas meeting as followeo i . .. port) oouiprtntentar) to Glenn O'Brien out.. r tp preaentlng a lype of
. 1.. .1. . .1 .. . . l( . M
" .V" " " . " 'rotly; ;,, ,.. luo,orn tragedv . .. ,
il onion -tra nnaj ,,
ami iiiik on Miauiue s nim i.ium- Kii low-lio. il.
n of the high school Monday ev yimmk.
f. Sot at .:l A do!itontr ,,,, ......
os and oalor. ,., . - . '
WH .,. given hy Jllaj Mary W ,,.,, weekT opTn dlaoua lon, one had
Mra J. J. Dougherty ind Mra, on the m ,.. ,
..II.... .. ill I... I. Nl.l.ftM . ' I' ,K
I. I..-. ..... . I i ' . t
I ....... Mo, 2, Prime MlnlatW Marveloua Work ct Nature.
innr Ijim ... , aa ' The Ill's ultiL is one ol the must
' I'f an-. In ii nf u ..... .kL .. ' i..r,..-i unit iMiittta rtaoaa n(
w ' ... .i i i . . . i ft i i ii in ui ii i i ..... i.ftft.
"".in reiterated thai bla pollcj wai niaai Natvaa haa ever tPadired,
one of traMlulllity ami siahiiitv '
I recardi foreign policy," h Hint to Houaewivaa.
1 "nerwn maj graouaii) i.,,,,,,,, i ,,,, ,.,, i,t
" ""' At previous hi.. tiur. tb.-eluh ...l, ., ,. ,. 7 .', . ' iTeaervea ami cuunet g a ihould
. . ,,. wrtwi v.... .... uu xn.s I., s,. iS " l;,r" "' thought. A
; una clii'i hit lovt'i- n nrnviiiin,. .a i, . . no"s some form or another and , , "... . . , .
prograu. for the en- Ul !! y JH tradnally , teal It her Ant) ... '"' " ,r J"
do frott .! tuliiis'.i i .'. . i I . tl ta i ,n Milch ih, .,: baa 1-rt h.ml I-' tmm; cva.m, v H w.ail.l 4m
' ' The Ottawa lr:t
i .i an exceptional
i.i.i.
s.ft '.nisi,., oi' m,iiuvi.i. ,,,i.... ..
and it h., In a iihllanthv.eoe way, mmhu , ,.,, ,.. Z. toe WOHU. I
...... . .'ii'ii' ii. , 'in- it I oss OI ..,... -., .... . . . . ...v.. .;. ..i. . ...i. ............
. ui ii.aiion,. m tin t ranee tnu -1 lie n " .uuneii nu- s i.
Ill the Window, ami a hea drawn Will
into Iho llooh Island station on W b
Bedford, Ind., fiama, ' l A papet on the Kubjecl
oeadigr night and checked cut three I made for the tiuppei to be served In where he win make hla borne. Twelve gtudtinl Mr v. .1 Khfcheloo hai
o vat. ... .,. guests were present MM speni a very ,,,, brst paper ot the year on i no
il committee wer delightful evening at games and bun- Bvotartlon of the Drataa." The Oeto
i hatf of th ta eo, kNer aMch nllcloui refitornaiata Der ipoup preseokod a pne acl coraa
vai "ved to kbi gui thi .
ei ii in (VI :
dam
apr-niugi
pieces ot biiggnte
Hhe as rocogulTied by a man on
the alatlon platform who was stand
ing last outside the door, add her
movoBtents won watched an an inter-1 V
isttnl little group of spectators. Peg ; i Ml jes Nellie Lee and Ida CI
Is sakl to have carri.nl the lurta. entertain) ' tht ' ;
with er. Bp '!. ' ' h 4
Peggy's first visit to Ottawa Ii tattl uborck last eveaing. 1
to hao been made alntnst ,i- soon Its pn
a train could carry her hen after ih' routtnt i I I uah
had been ocqultte.l for killing Ander- teld ' -
hob. Tor aequalntaueoa bore declare . o
ahe left Kansas City about thirty tnio- i Mi.s LChl) for t; ol kin
utes fcfter she walked from the court! A atrial h ed
room n free woman. freshmen ti oy tb
She was seen around town j.- 1 I eases,
day or two. Karly this week all ''
ngidn entered Ottawa on a nigh train, j Over 4 n p op'i sere w rv ,
It Is not known If she boarded a train i chlckrn b upper given h ta
leaving Ottawa on Wedf.esrlay night. .
The nature of Mlaa Beale'i rlalta t
Ottawa are veiled In more or loj-s ol
a mytitery. She was seen in the lobby
of ti 'downtown hotel on tl
slons ami recognized l y a man who
raa ateted that she had not -:ui. I
re wliii. ir. OttSWg
'oggy lefl Ottawa more than t..
Fl ago. after spending tome tiir,.
iumm her when she was a nurse at . nursing here She ahol Frank tnder-
t j. st .lo rniintv sanitarium. MMth I BOB in a KtUtaai l it; hot I SB I
of the elty. At the sanitarium today leged, "to ga
ither girls from him."
Saturday Specials
Children's Union
suits, 50c, 59c ,
, j
Ladies' Bloomers
98c
50c
TOYS TOYS TOYS
Come and see our large
assortment
Coal Hods ?Qr
Fsmcy Dresser C( - fc.sC
Scarfs JUC Angel Food Cake
Ladies' Heather 9C Pans
Hose fciOC
, l-qt. Dish Pans Ltftn
Ladies' Cotton Hose JUv
8-qt. Covered CA.r
Ladies' Silk Hose JQq Ga'anite Kettles.. DUC
MensShtrts lQc
Mi r' . , Stamps' J goods, manv beau
en s Knit lies rfl ; i j .
tifuf designs. Of
10c to $L.,0
Outing Flannel 1 f '
13C Lamps Complete
Chi'dren's Sleeping PA
Garments UC Granite Coffee lJots
Cuprand Saucers 1A .
" CANDY CANDY
Unbreakable Dolls A Nice and fresh, try a pound
LDQ t.Klay
Save Money on Food
And Buy Good Foods at Prices Lovier thin any Store on Fan;y
Ccrsrifs. Every Thing Worth While
5M t .is Baby Lima Beans. 38 sue. IBCh '9c
BOO t ns Imported F.-encn Green String Ceans, each 35c: 3 for Si-00
'00 tin? Tiny Imported KelftM Peas. deUljoUl flavor, 3 for . $' 00
200 lira Imported Mushroom, pieces and stems i cans for $100
FemdeH Salad Cressma. M.v. ona e. 5 roussnd Island.
"It's ho it's made." oer bottle 3c
00 batU0 Lisgett's Mayors'se. 46c sire. Btbela damarjeri ?ic
ICO cans. 45c tine, la'ge R.ee Ol ves. Bar tin 35c
100 cottlea. St.rffeo O'tves. -6c aim 33o
BIO caN Lunch ror,;)Jts, labels damaged. 75e aize 35c
Fancy Virginia Sweet Potatoes. 8 lbs. for 28
MarktH Higicr H. g. E. Granulated Saga'-. 25 tt sacks $1.69
With an order for $3.00 worth of groceries.
16 lbs. H. .c E. Granuinted Sugar er $' 00
With 3 lbs. City Club Coffee for $LC0
0 with a Hi of 60c Japan. Gunpowder or English Breakfast Tea.
Roxane Pastry Flour, the best money can produce. 4bc pkg 25c
Think of it Goon Rio Coffee per re 12-.c: 10 lbs. for. $1.00
Florida Oranges. Grimes Golden and Jonathan Apptes.
Concord and Tosay Grapes. Thin Sk nned Grapefruit. 4 for 29c
Spinach, Iceberg Lettu:e. Cauliflower, Srussell Sorouts, Celery
Cci-.age. Green C- ors. 5ei t ;. CP'Ons, Wax and Green Bears.
Hubbard Squash.
T. R. GODFREY
Exclusive selling ajency Chase & Sa'nborn's Boston Teas and Coffses
Ph;ne No. '23
Meyer & Sctiaef cr
...
DEALERS IN FRESH, SMOKED AND SALTED MEATS
1st of the Month Sale
Look ever These Real Bargains In High Quality Meals
Beef
Bee" Po: Roast
in ir.
DC
ft
8c
Beef Steak, h 20c
Roll d RS' Roast, tt) 24c
Lamb
!. cf Lmbft It) 25c
: Ch-,-:- ib 25c
I unb Stew, tb 6c
" ' Moulder. tt 20c
Veal
Veal Shoulders, tb 16c
VeHChoos, tb 25c
Veal Stew, tb 7c
Leg of Veal, (Whole), tb 23c
Pork
Lcin, tb 25c
Perk Butts, tb 22c
Spare Ribs, lb 15c
Fresh Ham. tb 23c
iaturdav M Scannell Bros
We have Fresh Country Butter
Harbold's 5c to 50c Store
! sack lbs., Pancake Flour 30c
3 cans ';near pies $1.10
1 5-tb can Penick Syrup 28c
1 f;-ib can White Bear White Syrup . . 32c
1 large jar Queen Olives 43c
5 Ub. Fresh Bulk Qatmeai 25c
1 tb fancy Herkimer County
Cheese 40c
2 cans Fancy Corn 25c
HAMS
Cudahys Pa-itit H-m; lb 28c
Shift's Empire Skinned Hints., tb . . 22c
Hettel's Rcuiar Ham.-. lb 25c
' -?acpn. suear cured, fancy bacon 25c
Dill Pickles. 5 for 10c Sauer Krut, 2 lhs 15c
We have a complete line of Arnold Brr. Sausages.
ijil'''ii'-'liNii!!!!!!!
M We Deliver Retail
Rlllltl
jolesale
CONSUME
Wholesale Grocers
Tel. 1130
5
All kin Is Fruit and Vegetables
SCANNELL BROS.
Call 155
; 0! W. M-in St
G. V. Shinske, Mgr.
RFTAIL iRAntCM NO. 20
JEAIJL 0. DICKENS, Manager
121 Main Street Branch 170 Ottawa
Phono ortlffs given prompt attention.
WE DELIVXRCAU. 46
PRICKS THAT MI-.AN ECONOMY FOR (H'
ICAC.LE Mil. K. g fans . gtg
(THYSTAl. WHITE SQA1'. 10 liars 45c
gD DITCH CLEANSER, n-r can -2
Kr'.LLOCC'S C )U 1 I. K1.S, per pkg Vi
POST TO S1li;.S, ikt i.kc; . .. -y
l'i H'LD'S M i .K(A I cV SPAGHETTI, per gkg 7:
REP CROSS M.( ROXl SPAC.UKTTI ger ykg
l'"Rl;.l:. RCXXIXC S M.T, jH gkg . ;c
SAT'.R SODA CRACKERS, 4-!U. . ,yn-
1S1.K S ALMOX T CAN'S, each u'
Pl'RI-'. l.ARD. per pound uj
l.l-.MOX COOKIES, 2 pounds 31c
1 ' 1 - ' . 11 1
Pi'Ri' nn.iy cocoa. . p. unk...... .
FWCV BKKTS Xl-.W i-xf'K pound cana 2c
gRD ill'. WS ..r KIPXF AXS. per c rtn . .. n,t-
SXOW DRIIT SHORT.-XIXC,. j y.-.yA raits
JM'KI Sf .a- t R ST . ( H O SOAP, .1 bars 25c
CAXI- ( .R.WCL i I'll SI r, R. npnimN 7:0
P and G
CLASSIC
SOAP, 10
BARS
43c
. 9 tane
5
S1
ill
John A. Welsh
H CLEANSER, per can
7c
GROCER
VYS RELIABLE
l
I per pound
AM " H1TI-; BEAR BRANDM-rRapberry jam,
large 60. iar for Sltrufday only. We offer this jam
at this price, each ...
i
BAKED BEANS- "BEAUTY BRAND?' Nay
beans arc high no lay in a stock 1 f these excellent
heaift at such a low price, t cans for
BUTT
FINEST
: s 11 v
SB yitrtMI I n -
41c
fit
1 1
emir family
mills
KEG
3922 FRESH PACK
$1.15
1 COFFEE
EXTRA This is
SPECIAL our very best 0Ko
PRICE quality 40c value, o IDS.
89c
1
AKINC 'OW Di
2 po
itnd
can
20c
I C OOKIES S
Strictly
Assortment Fresh 2 lbs.
33c
3 .-'
M ERIC W I- MH A Si A1' -in bars
SIR A I X l.i ) C XTN 1 : -al. ai-..'.'; ,.,- r;,n S;c is
CRANBERRIES- "l A TXIOrIbRAND'' - Ut&
ripe berries, per quart r;c
COFFKEr i XA I'.RA.Xf "- O mpare this v.ith
other brands at the same price and be convined ol
its vnpcri'ir value for Saturday only, pounds
rc Fine Large
kjO Varieties
Varieties Your Choice 2 lbs.
35c
HITTER VERY BEST
HJiira
C. W. G. CREAMERY 1 !b print
46c
x bottle fr
iK'c
I .c
VANILLA
We ltae received a shipment of weet cider -nothing
liner. Was beans, Head and Leaf Lettuce, f'elcrv, Sveet
l'otat.ies. Cauliflower, Meets. Sqoarfi, Bur. Oniona, Ruta
bagas. W hite Turnips, Carrots. Canning Pears, i rrates. Crape
fruit. Oranges, Bananas, Fancy Eatinp ntul ...j, Aflfitca.
- PHbNE uj7.
icake Flour, 4 lbs. 25c
Macaroni and Spaghetti,
3 lbs 25c
Apples, Cranberries, Grapefruit
Sweet Potatoes
Buckwheat Flour, 4 lbs. . . . 29c
We Fay the Highest Price for Eggs.
Ottawa, III. m
('E PAY CASH FOR BUTTER VNDEGGS.
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