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PACE SIX.
OTTAWA FHKE TIJAlWIt-JOUKXAL.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1917
ran
on looms m
M Cf FIST1HA
!
THIS CITY MAY OE THE CEN
TER OF PUGILISTIC BOUTS
FOR CHICAGO AND VICINITY.
Ottawa now looms up in the rolms
of flstina as h rival u Racine end
Kenosha for the puglisirie honors. On
neit Tuesday niht, the city at the
Junction of the Fox and IllinoU will
be the Mecca for lovers of the glove
game from all over the Illinois val
ley. Some two hundred Jolie! fans
will leave on a special for Ottawa
and all along the line delegations of
fans will board the car. Already the
upply of ringside soats have di
minished and It is expected that the
seating capacity of the large state
building will be nold out after the
doors hare been open less than en
hour.
The fact that the armory Is ideally
arranged is one of the most potent fac
ton in attracting the fans from Will.
Grundy, La Salle and Bureau coun
tiea. Interest In Bouts.
, Interest in the coming bouts is at
white heat Since Ottawa is the
former of the Flynn boys, the natives
are taking a great interest. Red Cole,
opponent of Maurice Flynn, has wired
matchmaker Phil Meagher that he
will arrive in Ottawa Monday even
ing. Flynna and Dolan will tome
to Ottawa early Tuesday morning,
and already there Is talk of a big
reception for Maurice and Clint Flynn
by their aumerous friends, after the
bouts.
The career of two of the greatest
little warriors of the ring pendj
the outcome of the bouts Tuesday
evening. Victory for "Red" Dolan
means that he will be given a rnitch
with Ritchie Mitchell. Victory for
Flint Finn will" take him on a tour
of the east, where he will have lit
Ue trouble securing bouts by virtue
of hit winning over the southern
flash.
forking Uke Trojans. Flynn broth
er have . been given considerable
publicity la the winding city pipers.
The fact that both are oppot-tng bat
tles with sorrel tops Is a novelty nev
er before Introduced on a fight card
la the middle states.
r Fighters Confident
Flynn brothers are possessed with
superabundance of confidence and
declare they will win in easy fash
ion. , When Maurice Flynn faced a good deal pf this southern boy, up
"Red" Cole at La Salle New Year's ; around Wisconsin, so much so that
afternoon he bad trained only to as- j he had been offered several bouts.
Imllate hard punches and not to op-1 The stage is all set, interest with
pose speed. Finding that Cole was I tho followers of the game is at a high
a battler of the cleverest type he has j tension and a record breaking attend
trained to offset this advantage of the ; ance Is looked for at the battle to
St. LouU- boxer. Letters front theimoTrow ovenins at Ottawa.
BOY OF 15 15 H!
UlU CBIIll
DICKERS WITH PROSPECTIVE VIC
TIM OVER PURCHASE OF BlCY-i
CLE AS HE GATHERS DATA TO
AID IN ROBBERY.
. not admit his part In the theft. Sun-
A l.rotenocd purchosc r a bicycle I (lny afternoon when the three sleuthi
1r ., . . . ... i cornered him he "came clean" with
cave 15 year old John hulin, of Pen., jh)l) tale ()f V0Bauondrjr , typl,,n,
an opportunity to make his plana for rrook-like fashion. He would not in
robbing Joseph Rattagalia, an Italian i criminate anyone else in the robbeiy
of that city, whom he knew to have a
large sum of money clorod tomew'nore'
in his hotine. !
While he dickered with his Intend-1
cd victim, Kuluu obtained tho "lay,
of the land." La cr, when Hatta-jala
l;;ft .for work he reentered the house, i
.ransnrked k from top to bottom, until;
ho discovered a i alt conla'nimt Hat-
tafiMlja'B lioi'V',1 v.ealli aho'.ir
and l.licii mad" 'ban guKi-vay with;
bin loot.
All these ' ibipfM In- ;dmltt"d in a1
coiiie'-'lyi niri'le i tln county Jail on i
Fuiid.c' iifteriiiHin to tuaikey James ;
Can, MeiitT K. M. .Pavis i;nd Deputy1
KlierliT V.'l.liiim Mnchhe. . :
- War, Shrewd Cr.minal.
The bicycle traiw&ctioa marked
young Kulpa as n shrewd devl.rinr
criminal in cplte of hln tefid -r ye;ns,
Ht learn'ofl. while, jiciilin niiJk io
the 111 tiyealiij's that tiie man h.-id i
wlwel to diaponn of, and made "In
quiries'' about the condition It wa in'
and (he prieo it would be sold foiv
Rattaenlia Hwollovved tho bait, heok
and all. He took the youngster Into;
lo bflscment and there oxpla'nod the'
virtues of the second-hnnd niaehlne.1
Wnlle he wan (letncnstrntlng with the'
foreigner's linual knack for nt rlkin ;
a baragin, young John wan busy lo
cating the cellar stair, windows and,
other nieanH of entrance end carers. ;
All of thi" was Included in ht story'
to the ofllclnls under examination on
yesterday, He even told whore they
would find the bulk of the rush hidden1
In nn ash pile at the rear of bio fa
ther') heme. A rhoycl otid pick d!.;
closed where John said it would be,
a c;,n ci iitalnlug 115 in :;(;ld and Mil
I SCOOP 1
WAR!
WAR! WAR: WAR!
Its echoing sounds are in every town
Ard no one fails to heed.
H i public reply to German defy
His wisdom the country believes.
WAR! WAR! WAR!
Humanity waits our move in fate;
Ciall wc te called in?
Shell every mother's son shoulder oun
And fight until we win?
WAR! WAR! WAR!
We know no fears nor will shed tears
At Ge-many's latest move.
Our guns a training and foe a taming
Till peace terms come thru.
"PEP."
For the benefit of our readers we
wish to state that tr-ia coem will be
found very suitable sung to the tune
of "Old Black Joe." Sonnsters will re
frain from s'ng'inj in public.
Speaking of Styles.
Did ya see the sport cap that Ed
Kelly wore last evening. It's the lat
:st creation from London.
Perhaps no p'ace was more popu
lar last evening than Washington
nark. Hundreds of oeoDle sought re
lieve from the torrid wave in the
park. Every bench was occupied and
eating peanuts seemed to be the fav-
orite sport j
Couldn't Come.
Because of the weather many from
here who are accustomed to visit
La Salle on Sunday nights, 'phon i
their fricnos telling them they wou
not jae present
Where are the guys who was kij
ing about the warm weather Icrst Au
just
OUR OWN MINSTRELS.
F. "I hear ya got a new job."
C. "Yep, I'm janitor on a toat
f. "Who ever heard of a janitor on i
beat, they have janitors in flats, not
on boats."'
C. Well, this is a flat boat"
(Intermission while Manager Lew
is sweeps up ths vegetablea.)
Flynn camp ore teeming with confi
dence, i
Smiling "Red" Dolan. and the south
ern boy always wears a smile while
!n the arena, has been plugging along
;oppDng battle after battle in his
march to the top. "I'll be up on the
top In six months," sail Dolan after
bis workout Saturday afternoon in
Nat-lrf.wl-syroflaiuITThey-hlnki,'-l,,!' i-i?UJJJuinau omcmun
of lane denomination. Tho remain j
int; fti5 had entirely disappeared nndi
what becotnn of ii, was the only th'n?
the boy could not be brought to dis-,
cio:e.
Hunt Thief for Week. i
'T'.'Q crime was committed n week
ago and nil that time the authorities
wee busy on the case In search of
com1? eluf that would leud to a trace
of the tiiief. Young l-'iilra was among
tho fiii.pects watched. Frcm ills cou
duet, the rherln's force deducted he
knew something of the strange case.
Ho was rigidly questioned, but. would
nor would he divulge the manner In
which he spent ;5 0f llattagaila'?
money In less than a week's time.
After he gained entrance to th
hou.se by duping Battagatla no clever
ly, he had little trouble breaking Into
tho trunk. The money was secreted
in cans in two different, apartments,
but young Kulpa did not overlook any
"bets." He got all the cash and
sneaked from the. place as stealthily
us he had entered it.
Tried Before Judge Mayo. j
This morning in Judge Mayo's court!
a petition to have liini declared delin- j
iuent u:n:arUied a bit or magnanimity i
on the part of officialdom. Instead of j
hol'liiig htrn to the grand jury and
subjecting him to prolonged punish-I
mont in thf Pontlac Reformatory, It
i the aim ot Mr. linttagalla and the
i lierlff s force to send him to St. I
Charles, whero the treatment in not so j
"even; und where he will ho kept from
others of his Ilk. j
The hearing opened before Judge
Mayo at 2 o'clock and in view of tho j
boy's confession thorn is little possi- j
bllity of his avoiding a trip to St. ;
Charles -legal action that will result!
In one of the greatest favors of the l
boy's lifi.
The voke of the tempter always
Bounds sweeter tliaa the wee mnn'
voke o' conscience. Florida Times
I'lilon, .
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
! OR SALFiKKi acres land, the Pat
rick Keenan OBtate, 7 nillea west of
Htrenlor. Inquire John J. Pouter, Agf,,
5tK Ho. Ottuwa St., Jollet, HI.
mwm is
f.
ALEXANDER VAUGHEY, ONCE A
PROMINENT FIGURE IN COUN
TY POLITICS. EXPIRES SUNDAY
MORNINC.
Marseiles, 111., Feb. 3 (Special cr
itvpondi nt) A!i -xandtT Vauyhcy, ace
neatly S. year, rnce pronrnrnti.
id- ntitird with Democrat ii- politics ol
La Salle county, twice a number of
the Illinois legislature, once the
l mocratic nominee for Congress
man from this district, ex-mayor o:
Seneca and holder of uumerou.s other
positions of trust, died Smday morn
inj at 12:43 o'clock in Seneca at the
homo of his daughter, Mrs. C. K.
Tally.
The end for this prominent resident
came peacefully as he was sitting in
his chair. He had no physical ail
ments fo far as known and simply
wore out with old ape.
The funeral will be held Wednes
day morning with services from St.
P; trick's church in Seneca at 10
o'dork. The interment will be in the
Catholic cemetery at Seneca.
Was Born in Ireland.
Mr. Vauphey was bcrn June 1.
1K12. in County Meath, Ireland, and
came to the Cnited States in 1851.
and ten years later started in busi
ness in Ser.eca, moving to Mar?e:lles
25 years ago. He was a member of
the "2nd and 33rd General Assembly !
of Illinois. He was nominated for,
Congress against Charles E. Fuller,
bi:t the district being overwhelminF- j
!y Republican, he was defeated. j
He rnce was prominent in the An-J
cirni uraer or Hiuernians and wa. :
twice the national delegate, onrc to!
Mobile. Ala., and once to New Haven, i
Conn. He was a member of Seneci j
Council, Kn'ghis of Columbus. ;
- Mr. Vausthcy was married in 18C2. tc !
Miss Maria Honey, of Seneca. She1
died In Juno. 1912. E ght chiidrcn j
i wore born. Alice died in infancy and.
Mrs. Mary Vauchey Fay died in 1903."
The six surviivng children are Mrs.!
J. P. Monahan, of Cliicajro;' E. A.
V; ushey, of Albequerque, New Mcxi-
I co: John tnd Parnell Vaughev, or
Mar?c!lles; Mrs. t. E. Talty, of Sen
eca, end William Vaushey, of Los An j
Ries. Cal. One s:?ter, Miss Alice;
Vaughey, of Chicago, also survives I
rnd there arc ten grandchildren. :
Charles Henchman Dead.
Charles Hinthman, aped 43, a pop-
i ui.ir resiucni oi aiirseuies. assistant
chipping clerk of the Howe & David-
sen Co., died
!f:30 o'clock nt his Vim" on Washlne-I
ton street.. He had been sick only a!
little over one week, his death being
eruFcd by double pneumonia.
The serviced took place this after
noon at 2: SO o'clock, Rev. W. A. Klsh-
iiueiuitiii was at nis oiu nome in
Seneca.
Chicago Markets.
Monday, February 5, 1817.
Chicago market report, furnished to
the Free Trader-Journal by W. L.
Etnyre, member Chicago Hoard ofj
Trade, Moloney building. Phone 1041.
Correspondent Larason Bros. & Co.,
Chicago .
Wheat
May July .....
Sept
Open. High. Low. Close
1.RT-14 1.71V 1.G7 1.74
1.49 1.50 1.44m 1.43
1.38 1-40 1.33 A.WS
Corn-
May fSVa J.0f;
08,
1.0
or.ft
E3-
July
97, 9
97V
32
32
2S.8i
28.89
1G.30
1G.50
13.23
13.15
Oats
May July ....
Pork
May ....
July ....
Lard
May ....
July ....
Rlba ,
M.iy ....
July ....
54 ft
53
. 2IU0
. JM.S')
. 10.30
, 16.C0
.,15.23
. 15.43
r.5ft
CI 03
29.4')
16.37
145.72
13.30
15.62
21.fi'v
29.i 5
11.43
1C.C0
13.15
15.E0
Receipts and Es'lmates.
Wheat Rrt:eipts, 32 cars; estimate
for tomorrow, 70 cars.
Corn Receipts, 182 cars; 'estimate
for tomorrow, 273 cars.
Oats Receipts, -5S cars; estimate
for tomorrow, 19(5 cars.
Hogs Receipts, Sl.H'O; estimate
ror tomorrow, i3,w;o. fl
Live Stock.
Cattle
.Hugh W "
': up;
close,
close,
close,
stmnp;.
Hogs Open, 15
Ktroiic
Sheep Open, 10
strong. ,
to 2' up;
to 13 up;
Ottawa Cash Grain. '
' No, 3 Yellow Corn 93c,
No. 3 White Corn 93g.
No. 3 Mixnd Corn 93c.
No. 3 White Oats 51c.
, i-
Felt Uge 90; Now Like 21
Many persons complain about feel
ing old beforo they should. Like a
weak link In a chain, a weak organ
enfeebles tho whole body. Overwork
ed, weak or disordered kidneys lowor
vitality, A. V. Morgan, Angola. La.,
writes: "I Buffered with pains in the
back. I am 43 years old, but I felt
liko a man of CO years old. Since 1
took Foley's Kidney Pills 1 feci like 1
did when I was 21." In 50c and $1-00
sizes. W. D. Duncan, Druggist.
"Wp should all leave footprints In
the nambt of time," quoted the parlor
philosopher.
"They would only allow that some of
ti have been going bnekwanl." object
ed tlit mere tnau.-ClilcHgo Herald.
THINGS THAT
By GENE
OTTAWA IN THROES OF AN OLD
FASHIONED STORM THE POOR :
WITHOUT FUEL C, 0 & p ;
LINEMEN WORK HOURS IN BIT-
ING GALE. '
While the government thermometer
only registered eight below zero, Otta- j
wa people suffered with the cold all
day Sunday ar.d last evening as tho it
were twenty below. In the grip of a j
eevere blizzard, w ith a gale that near-',
ly swept people off their feet, much !
EUffcring was felt by people w ho were '
forced to go outdoors. j
Perhaps the severity of the cold i
wavo was felt mostly by linemen in I
i. .. .1 , v. A r r p i ... v. .
"l "7 V "' r" """
srmRE aout 1 -
CUVC A MAN ,JleNC
Or A rtvo HAS AV.WA.iS
woKOi'- , ettm ns
wuic wiivu iu Himii nuts iiiai ,..,. , .
, . , .i i ii .i , . defendant, Peter Cavanaugh, cannot
torn down by the wind in the divls on ; , , . , . .
.,;,,., . bo ascertained, so that process cannot
west of Hicks Junct on. For s x . . , .. . , ... ,
. , .... . j .i bo served upon him, having been filed
hours, in tho face of frigid wind, the i , ,,, , ?w .u ,.
, , , n, ,. , , ., !,, . In the Clerks office ot the Circuit
mrn labored and did not quit their ... . .. . . , ., . ..
, ii, .i I Court of said county, hotice is there-
work unti tho lino had been put in ; , . , , , . ., .
,,,, ' foro hereby given to the said defend-
running condition. . ... , . . , , . ...
- C(00, ,, i4,, .- ant that the complainant tiled her bill
steam and electric .nes were a.I , . . . , ,, . ,
.jif complaint in said court, in the
S U nil 111 DV HVUUIV J CDICI UU.f t
due to the snow drifts along the right
away. In some instances the snow
was piled five fcet high and motormen
rnd conductors were rorced to clear
the tracks until the huge snow plow
arrived to relieve the situation.
The plows were sent in all direc
tions over tho lines or the C, O. & P.
and this morning traffic was back
to normal conditions.
,. Poor Suffer.
Intense hardships were burdened
upon the poor Movements will prob
ably bo launched to provide food and
clothing for families who have suf- j
fertd greatly during the last three
days. One family in particular was j
found with very little fuel, save what j
could be picked up along the railway I
tracks. Many pitiful conditions are 1
believed to be existing unknown to j
people and an investigation will bo j
merlo to secure relief for tho unfor- j
tunatcs. ; ,
Hundreds of water pipes bursted j
during the rold wave, throwing many j
residents of the city into a panic until i
tho conditions could bo straightened !
out by plumbers.
Last evening 'tho streets were prac
tically deserted. Theater proprietors
suffered a huge loss In business, and
restaurants and lee cream parlors ex
perienced the falling away of busi
ness. GERMANS CALM
IN NEW CRISIS
Herlin, Feb. 5 News that the Unit
ed States has broken off diplomatic
relations with Cprmany caused in
tense disappointment - here, but the
public is calm. , ',
It is stated in semi-official, circles
that, tho German government will do
all in its power to prevent the rupture
from going further. , ,
Guards have been established about
the American Mmbassy and the chief
American consulates l.i the country.
Many of the 3,0:5 0 American citizens
Hi Germany are preparing to leave.
Bernstorrf Plans Departure.
Washington, D. C, "Feb. 5 Still
without the slightest knowledge of
how they are going tq reach Ger
many, Ambassador von IrortiBtorl" and
his staff today began .packing up for
their departure. The room formerly
rot apart for tho newspaper men was
tho crntcr of this work and from early
morning servants were hard nt their
tasks of making everything moveable
ready for shipment. ' So bitter was
tho cold today the police guard out
Blda the Embassy had to work In re
lay?, those on duty being relieved ev
ery hair hour by' others who had
warmed themselves within the k Em
basny. A few small boys .on their way
to school pelted the Embassy building
wl h r.iuylmllH, but wlUiwtJiny parti
cular ifiiuy of 'Ml fet&fe' v ,
NEVER HAPPEN
BYRNES
Cut lliful
I MAY BAR WELSH FROM
WISCONSIN RINGS.
I Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 5 Freddie
! Welsh, lightweight champion, may be
barred from Wisconsin rings for life,
; unless he appears before the State
! Boxing Commission today to explain
; away charges of stalling In his recent
bout with Ritchie Mitchell at Milwau
kee, Kid Howard, who manages Dan
Hayes, will appear to explain inci- j
dents Avhich preceded his ejection!
irom me arena w nen nayes recently
lousht Jija Dory, at Racine and Tom-!
.nyS Walsh, manager for Knockout:
j Drown must explain a check which he j
! posted as a forfeit and which was re- j
turned
NOTICE OF PUBLICAATION
H. M. Kelly, Compts Sol.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, LA SALLE
COUNTY, ss. In the Circuit Court,
to March tfrm, A. D. 1917. Clara
Cavanaughvs. Peter Cavanaugh. In
Chancery. Bill for Divorce. Gen.
No. 21552.
Affilavit that upon due and diligent
inquiry the place of residence of the
Chancery side thereof, on the 23rd day
of January, 1917, and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said Court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, re-,
turnable on the second Monday In the
month or March next, as Is by law re
quired. Now, unless you, the said de
fendant above named, Peter Cavan-!
augh, shall personally be and appear ;
before .faid Circuit Court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to b
holden at Ottawa, in and for the said
county, on tho second Monday in
March next and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the sajno and the matters
and things therein charged Hnd stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according
to tho prayer of !aid bill.
JOHN L. WITZEMAN, Clerk.
Ottawa, Illinois, January 23, 1917.
H. M. Kelly, Conipt's Sol.
E.J.KELLY Attorneyat-Law.
Notice.
Estate of JOHN CONNOR, Deceased.
Notice la hereby given that the un
dersigned, administratrix ot the estate
of John Connor, late of tho County of
I.a Salle and State or Illinois, de
ceased, will appear before tho Pro
bate Court of said county, on the first
Monday (being the 5th day) of March,
1917, at the Probate Court room in
Ottawa, in said county, when and
where all persons having claims or de
mands against said estate, are notified
to attend and present the same in
writing for adjustment.,
Dated the 2nd day of January, A. D.
1917. MINNIE CONNOR,
Administratrix.
FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Johnson & Carp, Solicitors, .
Estate of Gabriel Dunlop, Deceased.
Notice ia horeby given to all persons
interested in said Estate, that the un
ti ersigncd, Administrator of the Estate
of said Gabriel Dunlop, deceased, will
appear before the Probate Court of
the County of La Salle and State of
Illinois, at tho County Court House, In
Ottawa, in Bald County, on Monday,
the 12th day of February, A. D. 1917,
for tho purpose of rendering an ac
count of hln proceedings In the admin
istration of said Estate for the final
aettleraent, when and where any and
all persons Interested may appear and
show cause, if any there be, why such
account should not be approved by
the Court.
Dated at Ottawa, this 9th day of
January, 1917.
JAMES S. OEEuV.
Attest: Administrator.
EDW. O. ZILM.
Clerk of Probate Court, , I.a Salle
' County, Illinois. '
FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Kstato of Kosanna McN'ally, Deceased. . Eesington & Hrflln, Solicitors for
Notice Is hereby Riven to all per- Complainant,
sons interested in said Estate, that j STATE OF ii.l INOIS. I. A SALLE CO
the undersigned. Executor of the las: j i the Circuit Court .thereof.
Will and Testament or said Rosann ; l(, the March Term. A. D. 1917.
McNally. deceased, will appear beforo j piuiip .Saunders vs. .W If. H. Mul
the Probate Court of the Comity of j frj, .Josephine It. Mulford. his wife,
I.a Salle and State f Illinois, at the Linden C. Mulford and George Stout.
County Court House, in Ottawa. In sal.! iu chancery. 1'ill for Foreclosure
County, on Monday, tho 12th day of ; N0. 21303
February. A. D. 1 1 7. for tho purpose
ot rendering an account of his pro
ceedings in the administration of said
i Estate for the final settlement, when
and where any and all persons Inter
ested may appear and show cause, if
any theie be. why such uctount should
not be approved by the Court.
j Fated at Ottawa,
i January. 1917.
this 11th day of
I JAMES S. GEE.V,
Attest:
Executor.
I EDW. G. ZIl.M. Clerk Probate Court,
j 1 a Sa,!e County. Illinois. '
FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Gleim & Colwell, Attorneys.
Estate of Eliza Klerdinc, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all per-;
sons interested in paid estate, that
tho undersigned, executrix of the last;
will ,-nd testament of said Eliza :
Elerdinp. deceased, will appear' be-;
foro the Probate Court ot the county:
of La Salle and state of Illinois, at!
tho county court houso in Ottawa, in!
.,;.! t.,j u a-..
iuui)i "i ."imu.ij, ii.t- i-iu uu;
or rcoruary, A. D. 1917, for the pur
pose of rendering an account of he 1
proceedings in the administration ofj
raid estate for the final settlement,!
when r.nd where any and all persons
interested may appear and show:
cause, if any there be, why such ac-I
count should not be approved by the
I court.
j Dated at Ottawa, this llth day of
; January, 1917. NORA T. GRAY, j
i.UU'st: Executrix.'
EDW.' G. ZIl.M. !
j Clerk Probate Court. La K tile Co., 111.
FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Edward J. Kelly, Attorney.
Estato of Almira Ferguson, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given to all per
sons interested in said Estate, that
the undersigned, Executrix of the last
Will and Testament of faid Almira
i crguson, ueccaseu, win appear w;Fumn,OM issued
! Tore the Probate Court of the County
of I.a Salle and State of Illinois, ai
I nuust, in .1. montn 0r March next, na la oy law rc-
j said County, on Monday, the 12th day , nuired, Now, unless you, the said de
, or March, A. D 1917, for the purposo ! fendant above named, James Tlco
of rendering an account of her pro
ceedings in the administration of said
Estate lor the final settkiment, when
and where any and all persons inter
ested may appear and show cause, it
any there be, why such Recount should
not be approved by the Court. "
Dated at Ottawa, this 19th day ot
January, 1917: ' ' ;i
' NORA t HUGHES,
Attest: Executrix.
.pn . ZILM. Clerk of the Probate
Court, La Salle County, Illinois.
Benefit Boxing Exhibition
TUESDAY, FEB. 6 AT AUM0RY
Given for the benefit of Company C under
auspices of the Ottawa Amusement Club
Double Windup Boxing Show
Clint Flynn vs. "Red" Dolan
OF CHICAGO OF NEW ORLEANS
ten rounds, 133 pounds.
Maurice Flynn vs. "Red" Cole
' OF CHICAGO OF ST. LOUIS
ten rounds, 133 pounds.
Harry Nebergall vs. Stanley Rayan
OF OTTAWA OF LA SALLE
t
6 rounds, 138 pounds.
ADMISSION, $1 Reserved seats, $1.50, $2.
Indoor Baseball
TommsgjIM
AT ARMORY
Odd Fellows vs. Boat Club
-AND- ;
Elks vs. Maccabees
AU Games will be played in seven innings.
First game starts at 7:30 o'clock.
Adults, 25c -- ADMISSION Children, 10c
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Tho Uenufrlte Affidavit provided by
Statute for publication of notice for
the pende.K-y of the above cause hav
lug been filed in tan office of tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court or said
County, and tho abovo named com
plainant having heretofore filed his
bill or comnlalnt In thl CYnrt on tho
! chancer . side thereof, a summon
i 1. - J iv . . ....
navifig ineivon issued out of nam
I ourt against the above named do-
rendants. returnable nn the second
Monday, of "March. A. D. 1917. of tho
Circuit Court o( la Sail count v.
' Now. therefore, notice Is hereby
I Riven to each of the above named de
! fendants, that the above entitled suit
j Is now pending In said Ia Salle Coun-
j ty Circuit Court and that unless you
! na11 be and appear before said Coun.
on the first day of tho next term
thereof, tg be holden at the court
house In Ottawa. Illinois, on the sec
ond Monday of March. A. D. 1917. and
plead, answer or demur to Bald bill,
the same will bo taken as confessed
against you and a decree rendered ac
cording to the prayer thereof.
Dated nt Oltaua thin qt tiv r,r
February, A. D '1917
I JOHN I WITZBMAN.
Clerk.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Hinebaurjh,
Clark s Reck,
Solicitors.
Compt'a
STATU OF ILLINOIS, LA SALLE CO.
ts. In the Circuit Court to March
Term, A. D. 1917.
Ruth Tleo vs. James Tlce. In
Chancery. Divorce. Gen." No. 213136.
Affidavit that the defendant, James
Tice, Is now concealed within this
State, so that process cannot be serv
ed upon hjm having been filed In the
Clerl'.'a office of the Circuit Court of
raid County, notice Is therefore here
by given to tho said defendant that
the complainant filed her bill of corn-
plaint In sail Court, In the Chancery
j Mt thrreof 0;1 tno third day of Fofc
I ruary, 1917, and
that thereupon a
out of said Court,
; whcrein said ruit h now pending, re-
; turnnl,ie 0n the second Monday in the
shall personally be and appear before
raid Cirfuit Court, on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be'holden at
Ottawa, In and for the said County,
on tho second Monday In March next,
and plead, answer or demur to the
paid complainant's bill of complaint,
the samo and the matters and thlnga
therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed and a decree en
tered against you according to, tho
prayer of said bill.
Ottawa, Illinois, February 3, 1917. .
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