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TUI90AV NOVEMBiR '8, WZ2. vr th a !)ER - JOURNA L AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER 115 WMt Min Street Publish.! Kr vftermmr. Kiti-upt Sunday fUKE Tlt" i it ' ' ' . vvT PRINT1N1 1 PtbHifcWl vV H OS MAN hMltor aud General Manager 0 H WOOLHBBT Managing IJdltOI Member of the Associated Press. TERMS: Dally. oaa year in advance, by EVERETT TRUE By CONDO. Dally on year In adv.nc. tail aM sai I adi eo Dally ier wee !, l iv bv mall. OUtsldS La Salle County in rri 'i' !. ' ' " ' bounty .16 00 ,..M I 00 10 4 D GOUT i u i . c- f? Grandjjjdge MI88 WINIFRED VOCUM Correspondent The Associated Pros H MMhtalvely entitled to the use for republication I jf ail nea t dispatches Credited to It or not OthttTWtae credited to this paper j and also Kval ueas published herein - Entered as seconfl class matter March ::. ItM. it the Post Office at Ottawa HI. iir-ier tb Ad ot Oct bar . Ill" 5 g . ABEL TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1922. A CHESTNUT, BUT STILL A PROPOS. Within the next couple oi" weeks wme of the heaviest buying of the vear will le dOQC by Ottawa people, and a big puria;i of it will, as usual, he d ne ool of town, in Chicago or other places, from which the dollars pent will never reach uawa again. Do the people who are bo ready to rush out of t' wn ever t p to think what a dif ference it would make to this town it all this money was spent w ith Ottawa merchants.? The h liday trade here w ill doubtless be good everything points that way hut stop and consider what it would be, what it would mean to the merchants aud to the town if what is sent away was added to the receipts of our home merchant. Now. DO up-to-date merchant asks any the best f it localise he is doing business in Ottawa; all he asks is an even break -everything considered. The continued OUt6f-tOWn buyer goes to the exjieiise of a trip to the city, pays carriage from there here and think, he is saving money if he obtains a price etial to that of the local dealer or even a tritle less. Hut i- he? One of the most general excuses he has to offer is that of a larger selection. Does that always hold good; There are few, if any, Ottawa merchants who will not go to any amount of trouble to get a customer anything he wants, and at the same or better price he will pay elsewhere, if he is given the opportunity. nd the very fact that a-, soosi a- anything beyond staples is wanted there is a rush by some for the city, restricts the local stocks anil assortments just that much. Hut the thing that hurts and is most unjust to the local man is that when an unusual i r, for the individual, large expenditure is to be nude the out-of-town buyer immediately concludes that he must co out of the city. Here i- i ne of the greatest errors. To the big city merchant the customer's "'big buy" is but an incident an every Av .a Hq-t. 11 r- 1 Keyutone Class Party. About lift) mi inborn of tho Key stone elati ul the VI E church iath arid at th parsons e PYtdaj evening for oiio oi their pleasant nikUiis. Tho al action of teat !: and ueletani was taken OATS of. tho teticher being ' Rw. K. O Rutland and the assistant ! i -Mrs. a. H. Coleman After the bus! ness H i n, .-.m! of .i haip hour was spent with games aud contents A lunch ha. i been planned and wan surved by a eouiniitteo composed en tirely of men They proved themselves capable cater, i ana now stand In Una for "return engagements" All declared their pastor and hu wlfa I'oyui MtartAlnara, MARSEILLES NEWS MISS VERA NARETTY REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE PHONE BLACK 63 RESIDENCE, BLACK 196 Office 475 Main Street FIERCE SPARROW j COUNCIL ACCEPTS FRIGHTENS WOMAN! $17000 BID FOR DRAIN Lose: Valuable Dog. George Crawford Is mourning the loaa of his valuable (ierman police IK. Major, better kSOWfl as JIrs OisirK" and I.lovd llampsott had been In the count r to poal add. and wt're ! about to get into their car to start lor ! home when a Kord car paaaod by at a rapid rale ,i He.., .lln watching his master ami companion, did not i t ike notice ni Hie approachlnu car. ' which In a mom. -.it struck tho cnnlne. I kntiiK him Instantly JlfS was a l valuable c!o and verv much bttMbad to his master Dinner G-'fts on Friday. , Mr. and Mrs. V Kutan of Kis- !aln str at wi re dlnnat gtiaati Plptdnv i th i noma of tha f unpar 'a father, M i Hutau. south of the vili;.R v Pierce rrow louring car drlvan The city coundll mat in regular sm by a ebanhttr Dtnrad in a slight no-talon lai araolng at the otty hail, a Oldonl on tha Ivy Way watt of town resolution formallv accepting the bid ihi inorniiu: The other occupant of Holier, sfgaser g X Car tha I1T.O00 Ui as wiiinan. who was badly fright OTtJU mu actid upon. An ordinaiiic e:u (l aud received a few nillii'r wa i nlvo passed revertliitf lln striu brulsiw. She v.as tuken to tOWD ami attaodtd by Dr. Pan) Clark and waa soon able to continue the trip lo t'h'- eafo. SNOW STORM TIES UP TOURISTS TO FLORIDA "I Ifl id on Hi south side of est Blufi i tree) to its original own era. The properly lias been fenced In and la located just eaat ot Qlen aveuue. GUN SHOT VICTIM SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Mr. and Mrs. S V Morner, parents of Mrs c p. Trowbridge ot this city, who are etaTOUtC to Florida, encoun tered a .now storm Just below PeOfla and were Unable to proceed on their journey, lira, Menur came to Mar sellles by train this morning, and Mr Mi-rn,-r will follow bv auto. MISS KUHN TO BE BRIDE OF WM. MULLEN Querrno I'eillKrenl, the lC-yoniwild lad wh i waa badly wounded about three vcee'.s aL'o while he was out hinting, Is 00 tha road to recovery. Ills phyaleiaa Hr. Paul Clark, Qttd, owevi r. th: t It will be necessnry for I i n 'o nii ri'n another operation t.) r. ii-ove h nei Idenihlp amount of shat tered bone near his hip, but there la a en Indteatioi that In spite of it he ' 111 tin n reeov er rapidly. Union Scrv'ces on Thank'giving Union cervices Will he held Thanks eivin? at the Pr.hyterlan church at 7 till p. in. All the young people who can sine have been re ustod to son 4 'd 'e!n th" oh n . There will he, no OXaVghlln ill ofliciate. pracUce, as -nly tamiliar hymns will be ease, The marriage of MI'S Nellie Kuiin and Willi;. in Mullln of Crmd Rapids will be solemnised tomorrow morn'ng at st Joeeph'a athollc church Father Tl f v B . 1, R 1 1 Victim Buried, i of the Dttldl ntilled mau bew nl Smith a- Son's " i Wei 'k. waa Interred Mrs Warren Close has from a visit in Jackaonvtlle, returned III. TV A OD Y'o MARKETS WHEAT PRICES TAKE MATERIAL UPTURN Chicago. Nov. V WV . t hu; it;-: " th part of houses alth lrei) eot , ., , i i , if iiwjoobs ie i i a material u turn nt r day occurrence, winle to the local dealer it is unusual a feature ot in priCM t0llav ,iur.. ,. U. p , busiriss worth going after and on which he Is willing to take a small Th fact th .; profit. An order for a single article involving several hundred do!- "; ' "' r lars is distinctly worth his while, as it helps his standing with the manufacturer or jobber tr in whom he buys it, and if payment is made of the same baM as the city house would demand he will muaUy handle it on a closer margin than his city competitor would do. I-- ' No one asks nor expects anyone t' buy in Ottawa at a sacrihee. The fact that we owe something to the town and the community lias lieen preached so often that it is worn threadbare, but. that a man who has made his money in Ottawa or derives his income from the local people or community should not be willing to give local peo ple at least an even break fur his business is hardly a square deal. Let's give our local dealers at least "the once over" this holiday season and see if we haven't overlooked a bet or two if there isn't a chance to do ourselves rin ished by J St', Klrby, manager, Lirtlett. Frazier & Co , members Chi- hoh to bay .w; The ; tJu hich ran e ' ? oot tic to ' r h:-h arith May fl.i rijwn to i nr'terln' 'urth - f-pfl ;,... -,?t After .pi nina i May 6V to continued to In opt Ft trted a to - Biii July eras tawwed bj ajna. ',.,,,, i , Vi'.rli,.,- UAW A,. 00 ourselves a good turn arra nicuientaiiy netp our local 1 x. i Tr l , t i. i. muunrnio t -uorni niercnants ana tne town, ii any tocai ueaier is i,Kjnsn enougn 10 attempt to "hold you up", then pass him by: but learn what you can hogs and grain do here before you rush to the city on a general presumption that vou can do belter. d Liter - -or .1 vance Provisions wer firmer In li: e wit" PREPARING CHRISTMAS PACKAGES FOR ENDING. With Christmas scarcely four weeks away and shoppers just beginning to realize that to insure prompt carrying and delivery by the railways and the post-office department, all must eet busy, it WaH Street New York. Nov ?s sitoif vt'c showed a noch brt.ter tono at t' opening of today's market, short o ering: heine apparent throughout t list. United States Steel enmmo: sellin? ex-dividend, more than mad up its dividend at the omening, hu r acted 1 point in later deaUni a cage Board of Trade, third flo W Mol .noy Building. Open. Hlph. Ixiw Ckne. V-h at Cec ... l.o;ii 116 1.18 . : I , I lj 1.14 1.16 v i ;- j o'.i 1.074 .71 4 '4 -7t .69 .70 1 i ... 6s-, .68 ft .69ft Dee' ICft .43ft .42ft ,43ft ay 42.' .42ft. .42 .42ft July S9ft .39 ft .29ft .39-, Cash Markets. Corn N i. : mixed 72ft- .73 No. I mixed 71 - .72 No. 4 mixed 68ft- .71ft " 1' yellow 72ft- .73ft No. 3 yellow 71ft- .72ft No. 4 yellow 69ft- .70U .No. J white 72ft- .73 .No. 3 white 71ft- .72ft No. 4 white 69ft- .70' Oau No. I white 44ft- .4oft No. 3 white 43 - .45 No. 4 white 42 .42ft ReceiDts Estimated. Wheat. K cars. Corn, 130 cars. Oats. BO cars. Furnace Installed. Tho new furnace has been Installed ftt the Mrs. Rinlly PoUttdjOtOM Nat ec on Cue Eaat Side Just In t nie to meet the requirements of the flr -t ttach o winter felt in the vttlago, which war- Vri Jay. However, the fir it snow to be seen w;is li,-re Monday. Do-.ner Guert on Sunday. Wjiitur L Yoooni, recenUy honor, v- itlarharxed from :h- reiru!sr amy, wa a dinner Tuet Sunday nt h" hone of his grandntother Mrs. V. rs"um on West Main street. Mr Yrveini's home until two weeks ago In Washington, D. :'. M K, R.il'v P-nn-an. ! Friday, Dc t, 7:?0 p. rn.: Proves loilfil . . . . Yf.nnff reopie DaTotf6na fisa Oraca Hajrward iv:- "o dut r"-n"-v nnd S4tldred Rutttl r.r.-irpc .. ..VH- NetMa W'-re- Tterfme Vi 5!el'a Tombnurh Pontine rCgh School Concert. The junior hiKh school will Rive a Concert this evening at the high school under the direction of Mrs. Bertha Brockway she will bo assist ei by the seventh and eighth grade teachers. The sccompanieta will be Misses Ditris Htnch, Klla Rhlnag aud Mrs. Brook way, Mrs. Dorothy Fisher of Ottawa, who is a talented vocalist and musician, win also appear in the program, Mrs. Joshua Moore went to Lock port where she will spend Thanks! v ing with her daughter, Mrs. Gludys a i,,,,, Hamilton. Arnold Donelson spent yesterday at the L. K. Bentley home. Miss Alice Pusey, who attends school nt Normal, w ill spend Th inks giving with her parents. Mr. and Mrs George Pusey, of Pairview, B C Marcer of Ottawa transacted business In Marseilles today. m rulne nt Ittrervlew cenutery. ' : h rmln decompo ed, ns It " ''i b embalmed swing to its - l"i 1 CpndltH n No further vtnrd ,; ' heard from the authorities t ,iuti.'i:-. Ill . who were , xpeete 1 lo nrrlve here yesterday to view the remains thc believed thit oe might hati been a criminal they are 'irchir,:, :'or. In lured roi GcJtnq Well. W. Ji ui. whrse foot was hnd," crushed several wk' uco. when : y s Ca'ifhl in a roller while St his Work wit?, th A -ehibnid Conatrbi lion oompany, is getting elong as way as can be expected, it will be some time, though. In 'ore he will be nble to walk, aa the injury was quite f.r- Hon:. Dr. . S. Sterretl is attend ?elAetlon . . Address . . . ofTorin? . . . Pn ntornim" Reading Retention Benr-diction Rev. . . Ifale nnSrtet a. h OMemar . . ''is" Mvrla (Jnthba , Wllma Alden. I.cntant Cornell S. B. Dec. . Mr3. "Wilson fowls. l.elUc; I 12c; turkeys, . . .ii...-..,, iuw ii.fcuri siit'i.Hi uuaa tie- scciua uiuy prcpcr ii ttiicniiuii vj mc iact umi saicry ana prompt leadership of Standard Oil b . delivery of the packages depend largely upon the senders themselves. 'ew Jaraey being nushei up ; One of the most frequent causes for loss or damage is the inefficient p,, metfr? :: !i , manner in which the addresses on the packages are inscribed, while American A and B also '. . strong. another is the insecure method of wrapping and tying. This is true (iood uv'a wa-i not i th. not only with those parcels which are sent through the mails, Mjfig&S ! . applies to such articles as are forwarded by express or by freight and Western. Teams and Pacific. Bal- The railroads of the country are calling attention to the great losses timor (llio- aad Chesapeake ami which occur annually through the improper marking of shipments "J over their lines. I hese losses are growing in spite of all attempts Core Products also gained a point or which have been made in previous vears to educate the public alone m'!r"' L'e:e,'!t & Jumped 'n t. u. a i l- i , i . , 1 , , . ft points. Foreign exchanges opr.ed the right methods, tor the year 1910 the railroatl Ireiglit claims irregular. totaled $33,346,965, and in hijo the amount had grown to the pro- Provisions and Poultry, digious amount of $104,398,930. Railroad authorities claim that not CKI,;aK". No. 28.-rBntter hiL-her; imre than ten per cent of the losses which the companies are called eluT'flriU'ftZftc; "seSnS" upon to pay are traceable to causes which are beyond human control ; 4i: standards. 4c in other words, that ninety per cent are due to preventable causes.1 PMI lin(,hanK-d; receipts, 1,841 ti. 1.. . 1 . e ....ii . . .cases. i ne swiic inaj ix' saiu 01 man parcels. 1 00 many persons, thought-' Poultry -Alive towei lessly, of course, wrap their parcels in old newspapers, tie loosely vrnn. I8ci rooaten and marl,- itiHUtiWtlv Thm r,li K ,1,.,, ;., .u.. 1. 1 .': 'i:t' M'-se. lie. Tmrmj xi,.. IHUII III. I 'V. UWI III Llll 1LIM1 1 3 UI dispatchipg mail the employee might push such packages aside until hicago, Hov!?8PoUtoea weaaf; he has time to decipher the addresses or re-wrap them. Or, after receipts, Hi; cars; total i nited states the railway mail clerks receive them, the wrappings may have been !f.M0 t'a,r!i:ViM:0""-n 8ack- torn off and there remains no way to indicate either from whom they SnnUou" sicked " I T baS came or to whom they were sent. There are a dozen chances for the 'h1tl'3- 7o-85c; Minnesota and North delay of a parcel while in transit any one of which might have been iffUfibSAgg JSftS avoided. A tew simple rules to be observed by the sender will ob- ewt viate many of the causes of camplaint which arise. Among them are : Live Stock. The name and address of both sender and addressee may be .'hieago. Nov 2V--Hogs-Receipts, placed mside the package, so that if the wrappings are mutilated or maS.O; faC ''Jg destn,yed the postal authorities will have the means for identifying aHki" about We higher; moat bidi the package. " steady; 8.2o paid for 1X0 to 200 pound Wru, uMxiMitu ,, ;,u . , averane; 8.20 refnaed for 22f, p u 1 wrap suurelv with strong pajwr or place m a strong box; do butchers; looks steady to higher: not seal the package, but tie with strong cord. quality good; ave.age coat )eata Place the name and bM. t I ... . W.OB. . B Ul MB acnucr m ine upper letl hand w.i.v. H auu.css s,e mQ Ulc nan,e addres3 Qf (,K SOtt matcd' "00fl to Whom it is Ix'inef sent beneath and m tl. iU w.u. ... , 13.50. - .js"v, wine uiamiy ano without unnecessary flourishes, or, letter vet. where possible use a typewriter. ' And. above all do not wait until the last day in the afternoon before ma, hng with the expectation that immediate delivery can be made. Mail early and often. If valuable, have the parcel insured payment it indemnity in case of loss OTTAWA GRAIN MARKETS. Ruckriael's Eievator. O'ls What ji.06 Oats- Morning sAion 9:1 5 Quiet hour . Vocql duet .Dorothy and Arabelle Hiltabrand (Tonlca.) 9.45 "Christian Stewardship" .. Mi9 Bntfrl Ma'-on. Strpator jo RaTKirfs. Corno'l, Elm wood, Grand Rider, t.exlngtor. Los tant. Manville. Peorii. Firt W S. G. : Peoria. First S. B.; Peo ria, i'ale Memorial V. W. ; Pon tiae Senor. Pontiac Junior. Ton ica. Streitor. Washington. Kukeiele selection Ornd Ridge 11:80 An hour with Mrs Wilson. 12 :?0 Invitation for 1923 rally, election of officers. 12 to 1:15 Love feast. Table hostess Vera Phillip" Victim of Pneumonia. Reno Allen, who hail been sufferin with pleurisy, has developed a sever" case of pneumonia. Mr. and Mr. Marshall Mulvan" are the parents of a baby boy. Legion Meeting Tonight. The American l.?ion will hold at e'ection of office s this evening. Bd M ini, v and son Walter wer tho guests of R T. While yesterday Profe sor J. S Stokes was In Mur eille; this morning. PSIESH Orsls. HOMEMADE All varieties. CANDY Rl oyster supper at S p. m a-sorted cake were servi Coffee d, also. No. 2 white 3814 No. 3 whit- 37 V4 No. 4 white j;i ''orn No. 2 -white .' 63 No, 2 yellow 63 No. 3 white 62 No. 3 yellow 62 No. 4 white 61 No. 4 yellow 61 Wallace cjrMn Market Wheat $1.07 Oatr No. 2 white 39 No. 3 white 38 No. 4 white 37 .'orn No. 2 white 63fe No. 2 yi low 63V4 No. 3 white 62V4 No. 3 yellow g2'4 No. 4 white 61 Vj No. 4 yeUuw 61 hi Iuuca NEWSl Cattle Receipts, 13,000 h ad; BMUfket l."e ui1; Sheep--Receipt.; !.",, 0 head; aated, 18,000; market ten up; MABEL SMITH. Correspondent. Phone 156-R. Card of Thanks. We wish to thanjt all who kindly assisted us- during (ar recent trouble i.i donations sympathy and kind of fers in the loss of out Tittle son, F-Yan-ojte I R. AND MRS. CHARLES WATTS. t-aaW Aid Dazaar. " " ' ' is the date of the " ' " " " ' ' I he Lddfes' Commun-. (ty Aid H'.( -i . . . 'iu y ti' Work- Ju . "rs '" - alra v iio h ire a-- ticiei- t;, :en e -.1 top, than Friday Alfred Smith of Centerville, Iowa who h is been visiting his brotha R. F. Smith, here over Sunday. 1( f estorday morning enroute for Chat American bride Pontiac Junior . tanooga. Tenn. where he will vlall Chirese bride -.Lofitant with relatives. Hindu bride Peoria First. S. B. I Miss Nellie Noon was a I-a Salle Mexican bride Tonlca ! caller last evening. Korean bride Manville I Mr. and Mrs. William Manley. Mr Japanese bride. Lostant and Mrs. l,eo Hast and Miss Qertrttdi Afternoon session: Taylor took Sunday dinner at the Ju' 1 : 15 Vocal solo. . . .Miss Ada Lindsey Hanley home, north of town. (Streator ) j Mr. and Mrs. Vince Fagan of Ch' Presentation of silk flag ! cago were over Sunday guests at tht Presentation of pennants j George Quandt residence, making tin Closinir service Vera Phillips ; trip by auto. .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Becker of Peru Will Be Some Corn Husker. I were guests at the Quandt home over Glen. 10-vera-old sor of Mr. an I Sunday. Mrs. Wklter Fngle. residine north of: William Morrlseey Jr. has secured the village, rives promise of develop- employment in Jollet. ing into some corn busker when he grows up. as already- Glen husk l j Thought for the Day. twenty-six busheds of corn in four, jf we wf,r(. us pleasttnl ill the tlm hours. fls WP ,.,, wheti f'tnif t" be, tlill Mrs. Tfenry 1 ightner called on j '"' :l '" "' friends we t of the village Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Hodgson and . daughter visited with village relatives Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. C. Lotz entertainM ; relatives Sunday nftfrnoon. Mr. and Mrs Joe h:pon entertain ed company the first of the week. Mrs. John Powler. who was a client f hr rioter le.i'iw Mrs. M. H. Craw-j ford, on the Bast. Side, returned to her I hom Sunday morning. Mrs. ,. Lucky has returned from I week's vi it with Marseilles rela i tivee, Mrs C. Sklnper and son Jack wer v rial tor at the home of hor aunt, j Mrs. Jennie Hush, the first of the! week. Mr. and Mrs F K Honk were Ot fawn, callers the first of the week. Mr. and Mra. William Gall, way win 'rend Thaniutlving with relatives at Os'ananiow. Win. Mr. and Mrs. Heiirv Osgcod and MiaS (Catherine Osgood will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. Osgood's sis ter, Mrs. M. N. Artnstiong of Ottawa. C, II Daggett and Lee Arnold arc oatnplng at Camp Dodo. Leon Keaaenle, who underwent an operation at the Michael Reece hos pital in Chicago; arrivisr) home yester day and is able to be downtown. Mrs. Mares Anderson of Ransom will spend Thanksgiving with her daughter. Mrs. Pertha Hardy. Mrs. Vincent Bena und children are Visiting witli Mrs. Herta's mother on Illinois st i t et. Alfred Graham and Arthur Ober bottler, who are employed in vhi cago, will spent Thanksgiving with their parents. I. N liaughuian returned from . several weeks' business trip through Iowa, where he attended to his farm ing Interests, Family Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. William Slor will en tertain at a family dinner Thanksgiv ing. Those present will be Mr. and Mrs. John Slor. Mr. and Mrs. Ray I-inkle and children, who reside west Of town; Mr and Mrs. George Van Slyke. and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mr- Guile and daughters; Qrenna and Mar jorie, of Jollet FOR THE RELIEF OF Coughs, Colds, Croup WH00PIN6 COUGH, HOARSENESS BRONCHITIS! -SOLD EVERYWHERE- ronnaon'a orche tra will furnish th" if r I1, i- o le.ne to he held irrai leave at the there. A large attendance from out """"" 'i. .Alll:-. Oi.rrtner not ater esti-top, Twenty-6ix Die in Boat Crash. Barcelona, Spain, No 28. -Twenty-. ; I W"ni n and Childlea nre oe'leved tl; j , . 'tc!jae hrn drowsed Sundav whea a nils will provide fur the pasen-er st .mb - as I Mr. BBd Mrs .7. i4I1 Gillespie hav-L-one to La Sal'., td fektde having se curefl rooms a short distance from where Vt Oil!-idIi I. tetinnM Mr.c Oiili spie has be. -, making an extend e,i iCT vvit'i h. r mothe-. Mrs I bun Bottomly sr n re r tow n is axp cted. n ellt.'iiw Iwml ihere is reason to believe that the Chris will fe large. 1 he (hi Parce it the M' . tie ' win ik- large. 1 ne government is maL-imr l... .,: ... . business expeditiously, but is will retiuire l - . . ! tes ' yc all 1 hnstmas mail delivered into the hands of the ad- !v'"' by ,h" Sw"1b!l l'3,1f' M in ... y. . . 1S Wl" require the eo-oneration ot tie a,.- k.. , , . , nanus ui me au asoi, w,,r,.. i,,n ... . rrett puDl.c to make the service a success. It is the hope of the authori- o the work ShUl1 do their Irt rcce. many pretty art.c.ee being Mr. and Mrs John I. lies and son Tom were l.a Salle eallers Saturday evening. Miss Mildred Moi'Tlssey was a shop per in l.a Salle yesterday. Misses Margaret and Mary Ander- W'l-1 s'-n ana sir ona pecker of peni , attended ti e nV ,ter aunTier and ba 'inar rl'-en bv the Swd. lsh Ladl'H' Aid e, Sat'.r-I v nnr. irkers' hall Baraar a"d Sun-ter Great Success. The bazaar 01 Saturday afternoon the Mystic Workers' hll was a PTe-.t or 3alc. A large crowd attended the BIG DANCE Thanksgiving Eve. November 29th, at Ivy-Way Gardens Hunt's Nine Piece Orchestra of Peoria This is one of the best traveling orchestras in the state General Admission I Oc Lvening Ticket $1.25 Individual Dancing Ticket 1 Oc Ivy-Way Gardens Marseilles, 111.