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WORLD WAR TO HAVE BIG BENEFIT DAY FORGET-ME-NOT DAY TO BE OB SERVED MORE EXTENSIVELY THAN EVER BEFORE ON SAT URDAY OF THIS WEEK. ....... A.. .1. . It mmiii war I" MOinon ' u llulllln, cuvikith "i i " " tlon Uklng uii active part In the cU Mimsrotti cttUena' ooromli eea w KorganUed In entailer eltlee and ,,,,,,, rtani thai 'Forget-Me-No 5g latoba dbaened," aaW Mr .Coo. Sg ,,. malignance ot national i- -liSva aoUTitiel In th. tr behalf, eata fahment ot ehibgoueea and wwae S5S for chapuandnp. ol ass ,r:;, jr-sr -11 UUWyiw MARRIAGE PACT THE OTTA5 A FREE TH V 1 1 : 1 5 - .101 RNALi. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 122. IS CARRIED OUT BY 4: i i,,lU. tiici'm bunningnanti M v,'iU'rt Rt in UUnoU we ".n'""1 as Hal'1 , , brother of fceven and m. ton t y would. While eltUng in " w itkv r.-f inuT riiriiu-! - hMur. ut -iit tlon ( were urivstril tttt""I?.Vir' ... ...,,,,,. III. Mlaa Mor.-liouM- """ ' U.nor t Kansas City, where h going to m t" work end others. GIVE WOMAN TWENTY YEARS FOR MURDER IRE SCHOOL KI9S Cincinnati. O.. Nv ejtorgot-Me-Not" day, in honor ,,( Ani'.rlcii'H wounilcil and lisuil'l vei runs of tin' world ar. inriiuv. u 111 he more extensively . .. . ...,.u... c :llld HUIll'THUN ; , .or ...e interment SSJ M-I2-4 ,,,n 1 2 awho woro winded ' Trle worw.r were National aW 5-2 ... i. hald " P piriii lUtea ,v i... 111 oi'ii' - ,. - - hoi'' .. ..nnrivin into in 'ariner. n tour are attending school in ma lty, Mtaa Cartwrtghl li In an upper Ki ,ae m the elomentarj cnooi. , , ifall is .t aophomcn In high i, . .. Ulmui I'umiiiiali.im atlendeil business college with hli brother and oung johnatona is u high wool tu AMI Thay nave boan chnma for many IND YOUNGSTERS i-eara, .'"'I i" 'iinnn wun . - .i, iuv and stria in the town form- ELOPE" TO KANSAS CITY , ,..,,.,, ..xh gven DO part OF AGREEMENT ENTERED , V llildoAa and jPcBjCl PART U. n.iiuired to irntluT to- TWELVE BOYS AND - girls Cunningham told police oi tna wnoia dan Ha lUtad tti.ti all mnmbera ol il,,. doaen'' had placed then- names Chicago Not, :; AnnooJMsopant a paper which road ga tjflowa: thai ftr other atndenta of Ufayatte, .., , wrlter'a name) and (the I ,,v hive entered BBC ArettnaiH BgT to DC tnd.. who are said to luv. mt.reu ; , months, trial marriage peei . w 11 V .. i,i, time a divorce win be Tnd Ma", tinted ol the truest Of either was ulal.d, took a revolver (TORI her bodice and telling her huslmiwl to , , ,,!, hot O'Oonnel throe- times he las on the Boor. I The composure with which Mrs. Cleveland. Nov. S, Mr. Mahel nhanmlou has watched the prognma was Champion, oharsed with the Ural de tna free murder of Thonius a O'Connell INTO BY fhowman of New Hatven, Conn., in u restaurant here Inst July, was tOUOd i!ui.t of tnanaljuuthter hv u Jury of . ... rvni nlMdl ,-iii iioineii and live men in AnE ALL CArwnnei.w mai in tin o i he trial forsook her when the Ver- lid waa read, she broke down Mid cried. MYSTERIOUS ACTIONS tnon plena court tonight, . .indue Bernon imposed tie t , . v,.nlelos. the mam sentence of twenty year i.omion. nci. lenn.r Greek premier. ho ia jus pemionuary. ,,w v..pv ,ii, l, in the imhle eve aiei i ne jury wus oui nmu i. .'1.1 .. mviun to the Brit- hears AUSTRIA PERMITTED TO TRADE IN PLANES ,lVe issiMl 1'iociam.u. . , , miirn . . . - 1 ,,.HV wT:tIl T.IU , . ... obH'TVwl than :iny oi most m im-wim tIl,. . .... -, ot- tisit- hfwn uunnwu" J , , ,n-.wi. Mrti kiihi'm 1 11 VI I - ' I : .... M.iiv i . . I . i 1 .11 ' i. DiMiminvrnn in1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' - campaign which baa tie national niioiin.n , olnBur Idem and Mrs. Harding we 0, wa, Ciiv. h. re it is thought the run- , . .,, ......... MVaral Of awayi an probaM) ylng -A we- out? Cunningham said ...,,. from one of the tirls. s.iy itiK that ' . . . be wai He re, well and bappjr, and it aa useless to aearcfa for hr, waa re ceived in Lafayette yeserday alter- With th announcement Mr. Cook l.ureiu ...., imr.-aus . run. Tu-d..v ..-.lernonu. uu-. - '"Y . , ... . ih.r.tii.1! olhcials ot mo- m"'-" . ..... i -as City, where II '"u"1 . . Wh.-n the lime cam i ... i ......i.. llrut lonirihlltloll to tie a!'! iiiii i n ,.. , - 'i Mvenument boreaua 1 " r i ...,.i state iveral oiner "" . . . .... it. ..vti iisive r ,lav in receipt of a check and accoin- " , panylng letter of appreciation for lo t eotmw the work among tha wounded and disabled veterans ami for the atten tion mid symapthy shown her during stapl Russian ProCuct. Ifjbr reoent llteeaa." J .', . m thli inn-y in iThe organliaUon has within its -ins. . , . , ,.,' olta nka mor- than 100.000 Of America s palnta nne ol ''!'' maimtsl and crippled heroes of the f K11-- ' noon. ,, The four mlaalng atndenta are: Ma bel cartrlght, U yeara old. dAOgtttoraJ ,he owner ol sett drink parloi . Maj Zttfall. 15. a conaln of Mi ora- , .. i i , v 1 1 1 it I was a .Kin aie taa we would go ahead and the others mizht follow later We would watt tor them is Bloomtngton. When we . ..... .. . . IllVSlCi I I . 1 i . II... ' ' IlllS OllllL! S.S l l I..I . a mimed Andrea Conatantlno ouloa. He was an undcrm- oluate at Oriel eoNaga, oxford, until a fea monthj tgo. always imma. ulatel drcaaed ana a brtUlant scholar Hi- atndll I, how ever, did not prevent his pan.. Ipatlon .n ivoiitics. and he frequently outain ed permission to spend a night awa) irom college ostensii.lv on domeaue affairs. It h0 sineo lian-pu- d that such trips included Hying to Parli by aeroplane ami returning toe follow Ina dav. He left oxford few we. ks before the Tina coup, but arrived In Greece onl) In time to . s. ape M heard VeUI aloa' private yacht Before coming to Oxford he had been eWfl governor of Leaanoa. prefect of .astern Mace donia an dhad lerred In the oroeg army. Vienna, Oot WA The council of ambaaaadora hag oottfled the Austri :,n Mvernment that ttag trinity pro- . ... ...... . .:. i, ,i. i, e uii-.i ihe maniil'ai lure. 1m- fl ivmiiH .n.. ,.... ........ ...... .- eight uii dark youth O'Connell was shot during i ghl oort at.d export or airpiunea ior i.iY.1 Mn h. lop uiih Cbampion. Mrs. Champion, li tan use m i..,......uu . , IT PUTS YOU HACK ON THE JOB SOONER OSTEOPATHY ADJUSTMENT of structure, particularly SPINAL ADJUST MENT, ia tho corner utcno of Osteopathy. It was the pioneer in thta tit id and for half a century has demonstrated successfully the truths it ptcftsses. "SEE AN OSTEOPATH" Ottawa Osteopathic Aaao elation Publicity Durean JllllllllllilllllllM "J gai : V A U D E V I L L E Brockman-Howard & Co. IN "TOYLAND FOLLIES' AviBENNETT & LEE-Geo. DAVE WINNIE THREE WEBER GIRLS JACK BENNY "They Sing A Little "Ten Minutes of Syncopation" Da" A Le i And I hen : Prices: Mat 44c-33c; Children 10c Night 55c-44c, Tax included V A U D E V I L L E NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC We now have a limited supply of Certified M.Ik for those who want the hichest grado of raw milk Certified I milk .a milk that is produced under the rules laid down by the Certi fied Milk Commission which requires that the cows be regularly examined and tested by a competent veterinarian, any addition to the herd must also undergo the test. Ail emplovea of the dairy must also be regularly examined by a competent physician. The barn is thoroughly cleansed daily, all utensils are put in a closed drum and exposed to twenty five pound pressure of steam for three hours to thorougn.y trilize them . The milk is coded to 40 degrees, immediately bottled and packed in ice on the farm and remains so until delivered. The bottles are ser.led with a doible cap to pre vent any dirt or infection from getting into the milk. The day it is to be sold is printed on the cap. This milk is pro duced on the Ro-Ker farms under the supervision cf tho Hygenic Institute of La Salle. This milk is especially reco mended for infants. TRI-CITY DAIRY Delivery to any pari of city Phone 704 Ottawa. DL Spend A Night With The Boys 4th ANNUAL ARMISTICE DAY DANCE OTTAWA POST NO. 33 American Legion Friday Evening, Nov. 10th OTTAWA ARMORY gaj i kiUWC a v b a j ' in on it it ii 111 iiiii i uii nrr I . MMaMa-BMBaflai(aBgjBH II I w . I I On the Soldiers' Bonus On 1 f Special entertainment between Dances. Good time assured all. NOVEMBER 7th & SMALL BALLOT 1 1 II li I ILLINOIS sent more Soldiers to the World War than any other State m the Union, regardless of size or population. Nineteen states have passed a Soldiers' Bonus Bill. Shall Illinois - the State o Lincoln and Grant - disgrace herself by showing a lack of appreciation of the service rendered by her soldiers. These bonds will be bought by the moneyed interests of the country, and the proceeds distribut ed as adjusted compensation on a basis of about fifty cents a day for the period ot service not including the first sixty days. The bonds will not be paid for twenty years - their payment falling on a future generation. It will not increase your tax except to raise the interest element, which will be almost nothing to you. It is not a Charity, but an honest, patriotic duty to vote YES. This advertisement is published without the solicitation or knowledge of the American Legion Post.