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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 27. 1919. KIDDIES UNEASY FOR MORROW HOW COMB EARLY BARNES' CIRCUS WILL BE STEL LAR ATTRACTION TO CHARM OLD AND YOUNG REQUIRES TWO LONG TRAINS. Fifty-two ciirloiiils nf wilil iinIiikiIs "Willi llin Al i. Unrin's liii; 1" i .nr r 1 1 : k I wilil n ii i i ii :i I cirrus will In- in limn tomorrow at iln In ak, t ra v ' I i im in twci wrlions, itrcordinn to Thi iina s Ki'iiiK'is lli'iu'.v, ri'iri'sfiilaliv' if tin1 circus, who is in lnwn today miikli'n finul arriinKi'iocntH for the Mk sliov imd the piiradc. Kiddies' Joy in the form of lions, tlMcrs, leopanls, wohos, hyeiia.-t, cam els, eleihants, 'etnas and what not from the land of the far away will per form like human beings in a lot; Med ciiKe. A traveling oo valued at more than h million dollars will lie camped lie. lieath the white top of the lalT,e t circus of its kind in the world. Al (i. Harnes has gathered from ail parts of the world more wild animals than liny other livinn circus man, nil'!, with his trainers, lie lias broken ihe::i to do the very tricks that are per formed by human beings in otrn r ;-hovn. Hard, ou say'.' Ask the Kills who comprise his (minim; stall'. Thcy'vu worked lor nionihs in winter iiuaiters training the jungle brutes to do the stunts they will perforin f r the amuseiiieiit of the crowd. It's like a RH-nt tinman itrin;l. the harnes circus, with the vlai'e of tiie arc IIkIiI. the suapplun id' whips ai.d the pistol shots, and (lie nlrls in the bi steel cages perform inn with wild beasts. Iiaily they tr"ad on the brink of death that people may sec just uh;:i a lion, a tiger or a leopard can really do when patience and .-kill are com bined in their trainini;. Noted educators the coun'iy over have singled blames' circus out as an educational feature for children. Ti e "grown tolks" liuil in the il c-cis i l daring a lute and a fascination that is hard to overcome. There will be a two-mile long street parade, leaving I In? show grounds at 1 : :: i!. in. Doors to the big show open at II and 7 p. til. I!ig show star's ul and S p. m, allowing the visitor olio hour to visit the mammoth iucikil'. frie, listen to a forty-piece ovcr": s marine band and get ai'ipiaimed wiiii tile animal actors. No Site Selected. When the publicity man lifsl visited the city he announced that the rirni would he held at the lair grounds, and made partial arrangements with lo seph 1'errot, who has the in-ide of tic race track rented from the fair as-ai ciatioli, for the reining of that tract from Mr 1'errot. lie did not, however, secure permission trom the fair asso ciation to cross the race tr.n K to enter Uih grounds. The members of the association do cided they could not possibly allo.v the heavy animal wagons to cros, their track such a short time heioie the fair, and will have pb-iry of no u on hand tomorrow to see that theie is no effort on the part of the circus people to force their way ai ross The ilodfrey property, just east of King Held, on the bank of the Illinois River, is the onh available place lor holding the show, anil even if this property is secured the sliownon will meet with a setback when they Ii ml .Mayor Weeks and ( nintuissjoner I Kiuuherly anxious to protect the in terests of the city and linn in their resolutions that the heavy animals and wagons shall not be allowed to cruets the Main stieel bridge over the Fox River It Is likely, however, that the (1 id frey site will lie used, and that tic tellt.s, wagons, animals, etc, will In1 taken across the river at the aipieiluc! and brought into the city that way. Whether or not this roundabout tneti, od of reaching Hie grounds wil lktuu k out the street parade will not be known until tomorrow, when the show reaches the city. I'p to a late hour this afternoon ni license for the show had been Issue. I here, bill this license is seldom ever issued until the n.orning of the circus. All Books Required For high school and public schools al reasonable prices at Ktieussl litos. CHICAGO MARKETS riilPHKo market ,, port furnished by 0. W. Kirby, lnanager Harris, Win . Ihrop & Co. Open. High, Low. Clour.. Corn epl UX'i I.' 1.77 a 1.7Xi l)c 1 ll'V, I.421J, 1.4,114 I ,r,M May .... U7 l.:wtH i.;!i;.M i.:!is, OalH Supt .... 71 71 14 71'., it-c 71 7.1 7I'm 71'k May .... 77'' 7N',& ""Vi 77:i., Cash Markets. Corn No. 2 nLXf'd L'.iUVi-l.'.H No. 3 mixed 1.112 No. 2 yellow I.HH'i-l.'.i.'IVj No. i yellow LHL'Va-1 M No. '. 'white I.'.lll On is No. 2 white 72-7fti,i No. a while 7114-72 Nu. r white "D -72 City and Vicinity Newt Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kinzer and son. Lawrence, and Mrs. Lester Kdt? comb and sou. Lawrence, who reside west of the city, bit yesterday for tin extended aulonioliile trip thru 1hn northwest. They will stop off In Ksiherville, la., on their way out for a vi'it with relatives. Mrs. Kenny Smith and niece, .luiui ita Willis, left this morning for Chi cago for a visit with friends. Miss Dorothy Cay ot Illinois iivcuuh went to Oglesby today for a visit with relat ives. Father Lawrence Market I. who has been spending the summer in the mountains in New York, has return ed to bis homo in this city. Mrs. M,nrie and Helen Itoilly have returned to their hoiun In Chanuie, Kan., after a visit with their sister. Miss Irene Itcilly, on I'ino street. Father ". L. llauser of Seneca was an Ottawa visitor today. 'Mrs. ICmil Formhals of I'eru visited friends in Ottawa last evening. Mrs W. F. Weeso returned to her home on Post street lasl evening sif ter spending the day in Chicago. Judge and Mrs. II. W. Johnson and daughter, Miss Nina, returned home last night from Canada, when' they have been spending the summer. W. Ne Voy Slrnwn went to Kanka kee today to attend the Kankakee I fair. Melvin Fitzgerald of L'tiea visited I friends in Ottawa yesterday. Mrs. Joseph Canty ami children re j turned to their home in West O'ta ! wa last lA't-iiinu after a visit with : friends In Chicago. I Mrs. Fred Hitter and daughter. iKatlierine, of West M.i ill street, went i to Streator today for a week's visit Willi friends. Miss Marie Dwyor was a La Salle visitor today. Mrs. William Sehillz of La Salle street went to Chicago this morning ; for a visit with friends. ! Ah Id. ilia Cording of West Jack- j son street went to La Salle this ! morning to spend the day. j Mrs. Mary McNatnara of I'oplar 'street went to La Salle today to vi -it i fro mis. ' Commissioner C. J. Stirklen and wife of t'lo Fast Superior street vis jited friends in Ml.irseilles last night. Mrs. Fdvvanl Dawson of I'liion street was an Ottawa visitor today, j Mrs. Laura Tressler of Kokomo, Intl.. is making a ten days' visit with her cousin. Mrs. M. L. I'.endeT. on Sec jond avenue, and Mrs. Kllis Vredeti- berg on the l.tav toll road. Matthew White of Chicago is visit j ing his sisters. Misses Mollie ami Nel lie White, in this city. Miss Alma Siinniler of North Olta I wa went to Joliel today for a visit with friends. I Miss Myra Costello has returned to 'her home in North Ottawa after a i visit w ith friends in Chicago. Morris Slatida'd of Aurora visited ' ( )t ta wa friends today 1 The Mis-.es Anna and Sadie I. vie! jof West Jackson street have returner) ; home from a tour weeks' visit in Kook-1 I lord and other cities in the uorlhert. 1 I sect ion of I he stat e I Stuart Nertney. who bus been at tending the summer school at. the j Cniversi'v of Michigan, is visilint: at I the home of his patents, Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Nertney. on Webster street. 1 Mrs. Mat-v Ibman, I.' I x Nebraska street, who has been visiting her ehi! I j droii in Chicago, returned home to. lav, accompanied by her niece. Miss Mai : gare! Ford. Ceorie A. Crowded went to Chicago1 today lo meet his son Howard, w)m : is returnini: from Camp Itoosev el: . i Michigan, after spending eight weeksj I there. I Miss Julia Andrews and brother of l'tiea spent last eevning in Ottawa, at- lending M . I at rick s social. .Miss Alma Schwartz of Mendo'u i j attending the lenders' In titule. I August and John lloffner of La .-'allej ! visited Ottawa relatives yesterday.: John recently received his discharge j i Horn the army and wil go from Ot- tawa to Juliet to visl' his sister. ' Mavor Pat Foley of Seneca Iran- ; acted business in Ottawa today. BLAMES SHORTAGE OF j COAL ON RAILWAYS I Washington, Aug. 27. Steps !o in ' sure an immediate supply "I cars fi.r ! the t ran -pert a 1 Ion of coal will be i taiieii by Congress as the result ot j the lirst day of invest iga' ion of the 'coal situation by a sulci olunill tee of 'the interstate commerce commit lee, Senator Frelitlglltiv sell of Now ,Iersey, chairman of the subcommittee, said I today I Oin of the lirst reeomtneiidat ions to 1 be made by the in vest Igtit i ng commit tee lo Hie senate would be that the 'railroad admin isl t at ion be called uponl to show what efforts it is making to furnish till of the coal ear needed la the mines If the Investigation shows; that the railroad administration Is not I meeting the demands Iheti corrective steps will be taken. "The transportation problem 11 p. pours lo be the crux of I he whole sit nation," Senator li'i(ditig''.iuyscn said. A Complete Line Of new tiinl second hand schools boohs 1 and all supplies, also a book cover Willi the hooks, at Knetissl llron. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY (Main want add noeilon page live.) WANTKI) -Itookkeeper. Apply ouct! ut Weudtd'B Uakury. at SENATORS HAVE HOT FIGHT OVER TREATY Washington. August -7. Tint peace treaty was the center of a heater fight on the Moor of the senate among republican senators today, which started when Senator Fall of New Mexico, Senator Nebs. hi of Minnesoti ami Senator MoCttmber of North Da kota engaged in battle of words that at times threatened physical encoun ters. Senator Fall was answering the charge made yesterday by Senator McCuiu'ber that the acti if the for eign relation coiiHiiittee in amend ing tin! peace treaty so as to restore Shantung to China was a "poisoned i dagger." "All thru this debate there litis run ! a strain of inil.at ience with lho:e who I ilnl not iiKfee in all the Iri-atv." saiil I Senator Fall. "I want to say to l In- public that at. the first meeting of the foreign rela tions cnmini1 tee senators set down j admitting Hey had never read thej treaty, but they were ready to votoj on it then. Vet some of those sella- tors have been debating the treaty in this body and on the forum and j those are the inosl impatient. There ' have been words of scorn instead of; arguments." I 'Senator Nelson interrupted here' to inquire whother Senator Fall's oh-j jectioiis to the treaty related to the; return ot .lsace.;,orrainc aim tuner provinces to "their ritihtful owih'I' "There is no use attempting; to chop the treaty up into iniice meat," said Senator Nelson, "when it gets into the senate this mince meat will be wiped out." "There is no use of the senator tak ing advantage of his own aids." re torted Senator Fall. Jumping to bis feet and pounding his desk. Si.nator Nelson shouted, "Hon needn't consider my age; con sider me the youngest man in the senate." "Well, there is a second childhood." said Senator Fall. SENATE FAVORS PROFITEER FINES Washington. Aug. -7. Favorable j report, on At orney Ceneral I'almei's ! rcqiii st for amendments to the food j control act to assist him in the pros -; c'ltion of profiteers uas made to the j senate today by Senator Cronna of 'North Dakota, chairman of the agri-' ! cultural committee, j Senator Cronna stated that the r" I port was not a unanimous one and i that members of the committee h.n reserved the right to offer several j amendments on the tloor. i The unicnilmeli's as offered w-ntll provide a On penalty tor the malt-; i ing of "unjust or unrea.nnaii'e i : prices." and also includes provisions I against rent proliteering in the Di I It ict of Columbia AUGUST SALE of- IFUJIRS 0&M We cordially invite yon to nur special flisplay of 500 Fur Coats on Wednesday and Thursday Aug. 27 Aug. 28 Furs stored free until Dec. 1st on pay ment of small deposit on your selections. Ready to Wear SOCIETY NOTES Miss Charlotte Kortioelje entertain- j ed several friends al all informal par-j ly l;r-t evening at her home, Ad- j a,tiis s'reel. The evening was spent' very en joya lily Willi music and games' and dainty ref resbmeiit s were served ' ly the hostess. Those present Were' Misses Lucile .Marten, Neida Metculf. Klhel Met calf. Charloile Kornoelje I and Carl Marten, Wilbur Thompson j aii.l Lloyd Kornoelje. : Miss Klvu Hodgiiis entertained ' t wen'y guests last evening at the 1 home of hei sister, Mrs. .1. Kay llef- f'l. 'irlstie pleasant birthday treel, with a very party. The gatll- et'ing was li III celebrate the host esses sixteenth birthday. The even ting was spent very eujoyably, play- ing bunco and ivvilli o'lu-r games, and dainty refreshments were served at i a late hour thy ..Mrs. Leff.-I. MisS Hod gins received many pretty birthday: gifts. 1 i The lawn social and platform dunce, which was held last night by the la-; deis of St. Patrick's school, was one of the most successful entertainments both financially and socially ever giv-i (ii by the ladies of the parish. More than i .oho persons were in attendance and everyone present spent a very , i enjoyable evening. I lent rich's or-; ! chest ra furnished the music for the dancing. Tiie grounds were lighted by electric lights and the tables where' ice cream, homo made cake, lemonade' and pop Were served, were decorated I with bunches of cut flowers. .3 ?. ji The bolifts of the Neighborhood cir cle will bold a lawn social on Friday evening. August 2'.K at the home of Amasa Ksmond in I'lica township. Ice cream and home made cake will be served during the evening. The general public has been invited to attend. A party of Ofawatis enjoyed an all day citing today at llaib-y Falls. The parly left the city this morning in machines. A picnic luncheon was served at noon, and the afternoon was spent exploring the falls. Among those presi.nl were Mr. and Mrs. L. M. l.ucey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCarthy and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carr and family. The members of Mrs. C. W. A l.indit'tiann's class of the Cnited Kv angelical church held a very pleasant pi nie on Monday evening at Starved It'ick state park. Ten you 11 ladies were present. The young ladies went out to the park in the faleriioon, ami spent a social time, after which a delicious picnic dinner was served. 3 Miss Kalherine Lincoln entertained witli a fourteen cover luncheon at 1 I o'clock this alteiiioon al her ho IT is hard to believe that Furs are dailv orowiiw scarcer .w hen one sees such a host of fine pel tries as they appear in this Aug ust Exposition. Of very fine quality 111 -f, exceptionally smart V;vj styling are these ri cli Furs, Coats, Coatees, Capes and Stoles. You will save from 25 to 35 per cent by making vour fur selec- tions this week. METZGER'S 1 0 I OTTAWA, I LI.. COMB CITY FOR WIFE OF LABORER: FIND HER HIDING AT THEIR HOME Fearing bis wili.i hail committed suicide or was about to dispose of her self. Andrew Hrown last night called upon the police force to litnl Mrs lirovvn. whom be said disappeared from Hour homo after a quarrel with him. The west and south sides were carefully combed I'm' the missing vvomati. The rivers and canals wore examined in a hunt that lasted iimr than an hour, during which the pa trol and a squad of police were sent scurrying hither and yon in the pa ir d for clews of 'Mrs. lirown. The hunt came to an end when Hrown returned home and found his helpmeet sitting 011 a trunk behind, a curtain in one of the renins of the. house. She had not run away nor had I 1 he made any at tempi to dispose of I herself. j lirown an employe of the sand works who resides mi Lafayette audi Pine si roots said be had been giving; his moil Illy wages lo bis wife to de posit in the bank and l' pay certain' bills. Yesterday, he continued, bis wife told him she was running a cm eery bill al one of the stores and be told her to draw enough out of the bank to pay the bill. Myra. he says, was kidding him along, alleging sic had spmit all bis cash. Then. Andy claimed, be happened 1,1 run across the bank book which . bowed the de posits had not loon a. ; e. when there should have been $1.7mi to his credit, but wasn't in the batik. This started a quarrel ami it is claimed Myra went to the jewelry store to pawn iter diu i inond weddinc ring, but Andy warned j the jeweler not to buy it as it lie- I longed to him. 1 WILSON WILL MAKE WESTERN TOUR ! Washing". 11, Ail-'. -7. I 'resident Wilson w ill slat" on his w est 01 11 1 speaking tour as soon as arrange ments can be made, it was slated al the white house todfiy. The exact dale i f his depart ure probably will be decided upon within the nexl foity ei'hf hours, it was suited, lot' white hou-e ollii ials were of the opini m tin si art would not be made within t be next ten dav s or t W o w e.-ks See Lou Riordan, Ottawa's star, with Olive Thomas in ';i-t airs and Down," tit the Crescent theater toncht O- ta w 1 a veir 1 in 1: mi r of M cs Ar I villa Johnson, whose enga genen 1 1 Italph Frederick I'oth of Crand June-; ten. t'n'ii., was announced p-ceut i. : The dining room and the table where; the guests wire served were artistic ally decorated with huge hunches of; nasturtiums and nasturtium plac" cards weer used. The oul-of-lowti guests were Miss White of Chicago1 ami M it s I larleiie ): tes of 1 bile -bin y . Of Quality if; iff wys m REPORT OF HUNGARY UNDER MARTIAL LAW Cetieva, Switzerland, Aug. 27. All of llutcary was pul und. r martial law today, said a di-palch from Prague. The situation is getting worse and there is great 1 olit ii al u leer' a in I y. To Preserve Letters. The following method of preserving tic legibility of pencil wriling is valu able: Steam the letter until quite limp, then brush over with a solution com posed of equal parts of milk and wa ter. Hang it up iiulil nearly dry. Then press it between two sheets of blot ting paper vv it b a let iron. Don't Foil to See I ' p-t a ir-i a nd I low 11" al I he ( re cent tonight, featuring olive Thomas and Lou I; ioiila 11. Ottawa'., favorite. We Want to Hire a Man to Deliver Groceries Must I). a man who umlerstaiuls handling a Ford truck and will handle it right. S Must he a man who ! a grocery store. 1 , j PAT SLATTERY I WILLIAM FARNUM "THE PLUNDERER" Lyons & Moran Comedy HEARST INTERNATIONAL NEWS TOMORROW DOROTHY in "HELL MORGAN'S GIRL" TONIGHT The play you have heen waiting for MISS LOU RIORDON OJ'TAWA'S I AV OKlTi: apitears in this picture with Miss Thomas This picture broke all records in New York, Chicago and Boston TOMORROW Constance Tahnadge in "The Shuttle' SPECIAL SALE 25e Dozen BARTLETT PEARS COME STEER 211 W. Notice. 1 tin Tuesday evening, Sept. Jnd, M r. Catherine Campbell, worthy grand matron of the Order of Fastern Stur of Illinois, will be the guest of Mary j K. chapter of this city. A reception, will be held from r,:;',n to C.tliu at thu Miconic temple, followed by a ban quet. .Members desiring reserved' seats for tic supper notify tlm com mittee, Mrs. Julia dirt, Miss Miriam Farnsworlh. Miss Anna Jacks, as soon ,is possible. At the evening tlleellng ilevr.es will lie conferred on three cand idal es. Notice. Mission service which was to be I -1 1 ai Chautauqua Park Sunday, Aug. I'.l, by 'be Zion Fvaugellcal ('hutch, will be post pencil. Delinlta date to be anno'licod later. Hegular service:-, ai their church Sunday. Try the Free Trader-Journal Want Ada has had experience in THEATRE I 1 TO-NIGHT! PHILLIPS J OLIVE THOMAS in "Upstairs and Down" 71 EARLY & OLSON MAIN ST.