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OTTAWA FREE TRADER Eitabllahed 1840 OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 1880 WEATHER. Fair tonight and Satur day; cooler tonight; warmer Saturday. AMD OTTAWA FAIR DEALER VOLUME 4,-NO. 0; " OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, Fit I DAY, APRIL L'3, 192IJ. l'UJCK, TWO OENTH EFFBI 11 EM Mil Mini yTH FfllLBE . : " """" i 1 NIIRU EXPLORER BELIEVED 10 IRE REACHED NORTH POLEP ! " CAPT. ROALD AMUNDSON REPORTED ARRIVED IN EASTERN SIBERIA 2 DISCOVERER OF SOUTH POLE PRESUMABLY WENT NORTH TO MAKE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF CONDITIONS IN FROZEN RE GIONS Nome, Alaska. April :'.'' - Caplain Roulil Ainumlst'ii. whit discovered tin- j taint h pole in 1H1 has arrived al Ana- dlr, a. trading post on Hie Helmut; Sea. eastern Slljena, according to a wire less message from Anadir, rereived here last night. Christina dispalehs of March .'a;, ll'li". reports ('apt. Aniiindsen lial left his chip, the Maude, Willi two men on a new dash for the North pole. I-'or more than nineteen months the silences of polar seas have shrouded the vessel that bore lioald Amundsen nnd his shipmates in their North I'ole venture. Amundsen's vessel, the Maud, took on oil ut Dixson Island 111 the While Sea about Sept. l, I : l.s, and soon af ttr palled off lo the northeast tin li mit the Arctic. It was the explorer's plan to drive the ship as far north ward as he could, then to lodge her In the ice nnd permit her to he drag ged along with the enormous Hoes. There Is some uncertainly as to the exai-t point reached by Amundsen in i Siberia. Andalr is not the name of a j town, but of a river, which rises mirth-j west of Kamchatka and (lows east-, ward, emptying into the Pacific. To j reach this river by llie sea. he would ; have been forcd lo go through liehr-, lug Strait, beeetwn .Siberia and Alas- j ka. There is a Russian trading post known as Anadyrsk located on the! Anadir l iver, about "an miles fr nil the mouth of the stream, bill Amund sen could not reach it by vessel, as is understood in reports. If he should have reached thai town, it seems prob able he landed from his ship on the j northern coast, of the continent and made the trip southward by hind. The mouth of the Anadir river is about 3,iiU0 miles east of Dixon island where Amundsen Began his long An tic voyage. Amundsen's purpose was not pri marily to reach the North pole, hut to make scientific observations, take soundings, study the drift of the polar ice and collect important data as to oceanic conditions in the far north. May Have Reached Pole by Air. New York. April 1. It is quite pos sible that Captain Aimindson. whose arrival lias been reported at Anedir. Siberia, may have attained he north pole in airplanes ho took with him on his exploring expedition, according to Mr. F.dmund llovey of the Ameri can Museum of Natural lllslor. Dr. llovey healed 'he expediion to the relief of Kxplorer McMillan, who was stranded al Kta'i in 1!T. and was himself frozen in lb' arctic ice for nearly two years in Parker Snow bay. Comment, on Amtintlien's e.xpi di tion would he "sheer guess wink," lr. llovey said. AGAIN FaTlTO GET MESSAGE FROM MARS Rv the Assiictatci' Press t Cedar 'Creek, Nib.. April IT. .--Mr. Frederick M (lienor failed again last night in tils efforts lo catch signals from Mars at Hie receiving station he has constructed here. The experi ments will be continued for seeral days. k. of cTsliouTBiG BOOSTER MEETING The Kinglits of Columbus held a mee'lng last evening at their club rooms. Aboiil 150 members were pre sent nnd many applications for mem bership were read. Preparations were also began for Hie initiation of a large class to enter May 2','. After the meet ing supper was served In the rooms. TORNADO DEATH TOLL INCREASED TO 233 (Hv the Asaortm..-:: r-flsa Riimlngliam, Ala.. April I'M.-Ke-rtirts rereived directly from t.ie por tions of AlU'baina, Missis dppl aim Tennessee iwtpt by Tiiesd'iy's tor nadn today brought the death list up to 2:i:i. Previous rei)crt( had e-ll fliated the dead ut 155, IN HO I. E. CAREW LOSES BRAVE FIGHT; END YEARS COMES EARLY TODAY OPERATION SERVES TO PROLONG LIFE FEW DAYS DEATH OC CURRED AT CITY HOSPITAL FUNERAL SUNDAY. James I.'. 'a r .v. o law a and one of t he men. died this morui al the City hospital, an illness of inlestii I.i n-. blent of (M citv's best known lie, nl L'; In i 1 ;it ii I.i sal trouble clock low I II v. inch bei'.aii on A pi il S and wa :he l.'.tii with an operant, cf a' least prolonging hi I lb IW I il on in a hope lite. Ail- vanci d v ears reW s l eco i v w ere again-, t. V r. i , all hough, despite Ill- age, he made a nerv iL-ht lo con ipier and n-cover liom his Iroibh- a I. ght thai was mil i-hi'ii up until la: I night, when the kisl vesiaue i.f In e for his gelling well was lemow-d bv i;iiic! ly i ei lining sinking .-p. -lis. P.ruiight lo Ottawa a baby by bis parents. Janus I-:. Carew. by '. ti e I atleniion lo bmine:.;. upright deal ings with mankind, and. above ill else, pluck and couli.ienie in Otlawa, grew l rum a hack and transfer driver into one of the city's most iulltieiilial and wealthiest rt sideiils. In the. ear lier days. Mr. Carew, wiib his old time partner, the late Michael ( air, km w no Mich time as day and nigh!. To I hem Sundays like any other day in life was work years Mr Carew business h" and I, mil .IP and gave and holidays were Their one arie'y and toll. In later withdrew tri.ui the his old friend had most of his alien- lion lo rapi.lly growin while .Mike i'arr ran other aliairs, tile Ml. and transfers. At tin time of his Jemi v Mr. Carew had extensive teal esl ale and linnncial interests in tie- loopdis:-; tricl. owning considerable business j properly and extensive holdinrs in, the People's Tin-! and Savings Hank.: of which he was one of the organizers j The deceased was hern in Toronto. Canada, Sep'. 7. isl.. When be was, 2 years old his parents, three brothers and four sisters movrd to Otlawa to nake (heir tulure home, arriving here' when 4!i'er- were hilling the trails fur the California gold tields. His father j and molher. Mr. and Mrs. John Carew. I were stalwart old residents of the city until their deaths. Mr. Carew was given a. common school education.) graduating from the old Lincoln j school, and then, like all other boy j of that day. getting out to "dig for; themselves." Cor many years lo fob; low he drove express wagons and car-! ried government mail I In IsT" he was alli ed in marriage lo Miss Iteberca Hi.o in New York City. Mrs. Carew passed away twelve! years ago. leaving no surviving chil-j dreii. ! Cor several years Mr. Carew made! his heme on Clinton Street with bis nit co and nephew, .vn . ami .trs. aoiiti! M. u'Knne. Two sisters survive, hi-, sides the nieces and nephews. Thev I are Mrs. John I.eix of I linton street and 'Mrs. John Welch of Hutchinson, Kan. l-'uuernl services will be held at !2:;il) o'clock Sunday afternoon I mm St. Columba church. Interment will be in St. Columba cenie'ery. A sol emn requiem high mass will be cele brated in St. t oluinba tliurch Monday morning. TRIPS ON CROSSING; INJURES ARM AND KNEE Miss Hilda Murphy, bookkeeper at the Scherei Coal oil ice is colilined lo her home '.toil West Jefferson svroel, suffering; from painful injuries rereiv ed last evening when she I ripped n a loose crossing plule. Her knee was sprained and her arm injured by Ihe fall. Miss Murphy was removed to Hvhtirn Memorial hospital where an ex-ray picture was made of her injur ies to see if ihe hones were fractured. II w as found I hat aside from some bad sprains and bruises she was unin jured. , The accident occurred at t!:!!i)at the crossing beside St. Patrick chinch a ; Miss Murphy was on her way l nun the office. The iron crossing plate al Ihe side of Ihe street was loose and protruding a shorn distance in the air. Mi s M n- pliy caught, her' toe in the plate, and was thrown forward. In attempt im; to save herself from the fall her arm was injured. Dr. V. II. Jaiuie-aui was called to attend her and had her re moved to the hospilal. Try a Won! AO in tne rree T-nb Journal for Quick Heaulta SI COOK AT WEST OTTAWA TOWN SHIP BOARDING HOUSE CLAIMS; HE WAS THROWN OVER FENCE I FOR SERVING A LICHT BREAK - J FAST. I I If you haven't egg; for breakfast,! ,dou't pilch the c.ok over the fence.: for if you do veil will coin" lo grief.! A sl.,ry of an cggles:: breakfast, auj alb geil a: saul: ami a hull in li.al.'ii over ;t fem e was related to the county I ollicials. The : ..quel was a warranlj on a charge ol assail;! and a hearing before a .1. P. This uiornin:' William Hale, a cook al the hoarding hiaee of the Hen irk .salid works, we; t of the city. ::(! a warrant for Ihe an est of hvin P.uei b r. an eip-lo; of ihe plant who lives at I he boa. rdin lion e. Hale lold a s'.nrv ot paid lucl; I.: t;ie ollicials which v.imiIiI have been tragic imd ii not i-nnlai i.'d .: hiieios: a s ide. He claimed thai yes! inlay morn ing he prt pared lireakla: t for the hoarder but did not pi . p.i.-e enonga to appea ;e (heir ;,p;.etiles Me s-abl that this cauel dissal i dad ion amour the men, and a row a'u! a saul fol low ed I; i-. i I.i imed I hat I '.net I, r showed his I'll: il 1st ic pow ers by catch jng Ho- uok and throwing him over Hie l once, ac well a ; hurl iag him in other vv ays dm ing the ray. lUlelb-r was arrested I hi", morning by He;, uiy Sheriff llarwin ( . iiiui.il aei and bioiis'ht to town, A hea.'in..', was given him this ai-'eraooti b fore .he tice of tilt- Pi ace (ieoige Koeaig ltueller claimed that there were tdi veil .hoarders lit the house, each navin': 1 cent., a niece lor then meals, and Ilia! yesterday ineiuie.:, Hale did mil cook over ?! vvoilii ol lootl lor : he whole niiuch. I e sai I that he became angry and loo!, Ha!" out and set hiai down on lop of a barbed wire fence, and that In ihe mix up Hale's trousers were torn. At the hearing Hale avreetl to drep the charge-' if limller would buy him a pair of irousers. The defend, ml agreed lo do this, and the Mii; was ill ippi d, EX-FRENCH PREMIER GUILTY OF TREASON: MUST SERVE 3 YEARS j Paris. April Sentence of three years imprisonment was imposed 'o-( day upon former Premier Joseph Call-! iaux. convicted bv the high court yes terday of Commerce and Correspond ence with the enemy. The time he was under arrest will be deducted, leaving him but one month to serve. The fornn r Premier must also pay costs of the trial and loses his righ'.s lo vole or hold public office. The sentence also includes banish merit for live years Al) TKI. "The feared lo make ine the most popular corpse in Prance said ('nil liuix lo his counsel when the attorney informed him last nighl of the verdict. BRER CUB CARRIES RAINCHECK ALONG R a in chec! have lo be car- ; ried all the time i these days for April is running I true to form w iih ! ram every day. The farmer can't plow, . and the town folks can't plant their gar dens and tlowop',, but far worse, milady has never had a chance lo sport her new spring togs, for the weather man has i Ither I sent showers, winds, or cold weather : almost incessantly for the past sev jeral weeks. Pair weather, with only ! slight cloudiness in the north ami a rising I eineprat ere is predicted for to morrow, which looks eucoiiragaing. ! AMERICANS ASK FOR U. S. BATTLESIHPS j Washington. April American government representatives in Mexico j have asked for the dispatch of war ; ships to protect Americans and their property. The requesl came from Ma zatlali ami Tnpolohaiupo oil the Pat ilic coast and Pronlera. on the gulf coa-.l. Officials of the sla e. war and ipivv departments are investigating ihe re ports. Iietails were not made public. Advices said l.aii Mexican federal troops have arrived al Ma.atlin, hut there has been no reports of tlis'ii h ances there ar at the other two nor! 4. (ither reports however, indica' ing grow in i; ferment which was tlescrili'd as rapidly approaching an at ule stage The .censorship on newspapers of M - ico is becoming mure apparent. BREAKFA MNUS wnibn buun t SIGNS OF i .i ',(1 Y Ot 0M Tfc OVt"M.w y &m '.; ... foR. Mt. i -7 T' 1 " T-T1 CAeiT ATKlKD J X" I h 'm OVtRALL. J jW--tve-.v , I P--- PRO BATE CLERK FLICK RECORDS TINIEST WILL IN HISTORY TODAY KANGLFY MAN LEAVES DOCU MENT THREE INCHES IN LENGTH ANiJ SEVEN INCHES Wint:, DISPOSING OF $2,100 ES TATE A will, the smallest in si.'." lo ever go on record ia Ihe Probate Court, was liled today. The shot I is one page of closely typed phrasing, three inches in in iahl and seven inches wide. Ii di-poscs of the property of M. K. Craft of Kangley. -who died on Hoc. I!", pun. Mr. ('rail's estate is said lo he val- CITY SCHOOLS SET READY TO WIND UP WITH GRADUATION PERIOD AP PROACH ING ALL OF OTTAWA'S EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS PREPARE FOR COMMENCEMENT WEEK. (irailunl ion exercises and the end j of Ihe si .100! vi ar the lime so dear! to all ciiiblren will soon be al hana.j Students ol ihe public, parochial and high schools of ():tavva are platiniim; programs that will excel all previous j t ITol'ls on Ihe part of the local schools as to interest and attractiveness. The graduation exercises of the ot lawa Township High school will be held on June The class this vcai j w ill he composed of about seventy j sluileu's. The program lor Ihe ex ercises has not been planned, al-i though Ihe lime for the service ha. . been set for .S o'clock ill the evening.) The week preceding the graduation ' exercise will he given over lo t'lej usual class oxorcis.es. j The public schools will close etc' .1 ilin I'. I or I he gradual ion a inn I sioal play, 'The Princess of Ihe Pop j p.v land," vv ill lie given. The pi a;, w ill be cii en in Ihe auditorium iq I he : town-hip high school, bill i! has not I I bet ii decided yi t w hot her il vv ill he given on cue or t vv o evenings. 'I iie country schools of the counts will hold He ir graduation exonh.es between May I" and June IK. Mo-t in! Hie i lira I schools will combine wiCi lone or two other tli Uriel.;, holding comiiiuiiit y v ran uii nm exerci-e .. St. i 'oliimhu. SI. Xavier, Si. Patrick and I'raticis schools will all hold separate i xei'ciaes abniil the middle of .lllll". I ..o ll of these school . vv ill give an excellent plan-rain in oonnoo lion with ihe presenl.it ion of the di ploma:;. Henry Warning Funeral. The luiieral of Henry Warning, who died yeslertlay morning at Ihe family I'oine. -In" Second avenue, will be held tomorrow morning at ICI".. Llurlal w ill be made in MurrU. BUSY YEA ' WORK THE TIMES w m 'is -suit I lied at IJL'.liai, and consists of a house nil Kan, ley valued al $huii an 1 1-ib-i'Tly bonds and slocks valued a ! It'l.-". He leaves the property to ais wife, except $:,iei ;o his wife's son, Harry M. Sloey of Colorado. The document reads: l.asi will and testament of M. K. Craft, mad" tiiis IPth day of Novem ber, ! : s 1 bequest lo my wife all propel t v ow ned by me al the time of my ihaih, consist ing of real estate, s t b. .-. notes ami bonds, personal properly, lite insurance, except $,".nn I bequeath to her sou, Harry M. Sloey "I a) point my wife and her son. IHarry M. Sloey. as my executors, without bond. "Signed. M. K. CliAFT" 1). .1. Spencer and il harles !.'. How ard were the vv itnesses. BONUSES TO BE GIVN IN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE In spile of the impassable roads in much of the county, the Home Hureau membership drive which opened Tues day has made remarkable progress. Otter creek township is in the lead to dale with thirty-two members; Ctica second with lifteen, Hoih of these townships have the advantage of hard roads, llius gelling a belter stall than many. Mrs. Alvin lieiickeiidorf of Ol lor Creek, holds the individual cham pionship for the tirsl day, having cov ered her district in half a day. secur ing all but two as members. Mrs. Chains of 1'tiea. secured ten mem bers, lat king only one of luo per cent. Mrs. Molta', ajso of Ctica. secured four members in less than an hour. Miss Kern Harris, stale organizer, who will be here lill Ihe end of Ihe month, is dividing lor lime among the townships which need and ask for special hid, i. She has visited Craiiii Kidge, Kreedoin, Ciba, Sher idan and Karl Ibis week. Townships which have applied for help next week are Kagle, lliminick, Troy drove and Ht'uce. A meeting; of all (he member-bin campaign workers has been called tor Wednesday. April :'V ill Ottawa to i 1 1 in i ill I reports. The drive will last lill May '-"'. Many townships which have been pre vented from working are expected to make a splendid showing when the weather settles. Poliuses are being offered fo,- records in the drive as !,.! lows: To the township securing 'he !an; i si number oj new iuemb"i s in one day on. To the InW'iiship having Ihe large l I ol a I lold and new I im-ninei's a I end of drive. .". i . To lii .l low ii: hip lo sen. I in a com plele report levery woman in town ship tailed on i. flu a u. To low nship. securing large. in crea-e percentage over la.t vo.ir. I-V " STREATOR COUPLE TO ADOPT LITTLE GIRL Mr and Mr , W. P. Woodruff of Sllealor filed a petition ill the Couiilv Court lodav asking lo be allowed lo adopt Istnilv Sloecker, aged 12 yen:-. Will) Is at the present time living wiib them. Tin- petition slated that the little gill is an orphan anil that she bus been declared ilepeiiib'lil in Ihe Peoria Coiintv Court. They ask lo allowed In change her name In Mar llu .Marfan I Woodruff. CHICAGO OUTiAUS" OBDURATE; REJECT ALL PEACE DEFERS (Uy tlio Associated l'reis ) Chicago, April 23. Striking railroaders meeting here this afternoon adjourned without taking action toward calling off the outlaw E! NEW LOOP BUILDIN i MASONS AND CEMENT WORKERS LAY DOWN TOOLS ON CLEGG STRUCTURE PENDING SETTLE- : MENT OF POINT GOVERNING ; JURISDICTION. I liffei elit es ari: ing over a point gov joining the respective jurisdictions of the brick masons and cement linis.b ! ers' union caused a cessation of work on the foundation of Ihe Clegg huihl i ing on Columlis si reel this morning. ! As a result of the dispute the cement. I men were called off the job and all : work, except that being done by the carp cnlers, came to an abrupt about lo o'clock and will remain peinleil iimi i 1 such lime as Ihe limit? is threshed out bv the Ivvo end I ions of I he unions. The masons contend Iheir orgali ji'.alion should be represent ed on the l.iob, while the cement workers claim Hie foundation, which is being made entirely of concrete, comes under their jurisdiction, (las Smith, the con i tractor, was unable lo decide the dif- fereiice and determine which of the ;two mi ii m s was in the right. lie i finally left the point to be threshed : out between 111" organizations them selves. Owner Hit by Pole. J. W. Clegg, for whom the building is being erected, narrowly missed 'death, or serious injury yesterday .when a telephone pole toppled over 'without warning and struck with its 1 full forte across his head and face. The pole fell down into Ihe excava tion made for Ihe basement before striking Mr. I'legg who was rendered unconscious by the blow. A tut on the nose was inflicted. After being .given first aid treatment Mr. Clegg ! was removed to his home. Today he was able lo he about and apparently was suffering but little ill effects as a result of his narrow escape. ENVOY TO ITALY SITS IN LEAGUE MEETING AS UMPIRE FOR U. S. San Pioino. April 2".- -Uoberl Coder wood Johnson, Cniled Stales ambas sador to Italy, arrived here this morn Stales during the sit'i'tgs of ihe su ing lo ait as observer for the Cniled preine coiiie-il as in -iruoled by the state department al Washington. Fear United States Objections. London. April Lb".. -The Condon Times lodav confirms the Paris re polls oi yesterday that Premier Lloyd Heorge and .Villi had urged thai a Herman represeniative be siiiii liloned lo San le-mo for the purpose of revising the treaty of Versaille-. but that the proposal collapsed ow ing In IT'eiich and P.elgiun nppo.-it nm. To this the newspaper adds. "We under. ! and thai any a i ' mpi lo revi .e the t reuty w ithout on ait ing. the Cniled Stales would ! re sented by Ann ica who w ill eon- b-r Kns'laiel rcpon-dlde for ai. cempii canon Dial may i-u-ue-." O. K. Ruhr Occupation. San I!, ma. April -,; P-eii.lcr I, bod Heorg ' l!r.-. it I'.rit mi would ;ii 1'ov e of All.' lo IT', in h no i,: ti.'ll ,1 Ihe IMIlf du trici of I I"'" II. :!-' in ah.- event lb" Perl in :...'. t a nn ni -bonld ii fu o In --ii 1 1 i Hi ; live up to t !;e I eV i ClI t. 1III-: of !l-e Vf! S. lilies ' I 1'. a I y , s.a.v s "I '"il inn x." poll! if a I "d .lo! ,, Ihe Ki ho I e Par, lie -ay mi ileal bui In I hi eti.-.. r has 1 b I'., in' b a nieiieiei' of I he ! il ll i .h pi'" ill let ' il... for the plll':'ii-.e of OV el i lining I 'remit r 1 il b-i anil's oppo i I jeii to revi i.m of Ihe I iei many I l e.e I v PROTEST U. S. BODIES BEING TAKEN TO BREST UN QN SUSPEND IRK ON ! Petqufiia. president of the supreme Paris. April -'" objections ol 'he ..n,tlrv councj cf Mexico, was ar people o! P.re.-i In til" e h ii mat h hi and , rer,ed ' by an agcnt for the depart shnuin nl In the Cniled Stales of t!"' rent of justice tod.iy. charged with bodies of A n. an eciiuea and ma i violating the white slave act by tram lines who died l here during the u;!r!pcrting 9 Mexican woman to t.lfl has b .l meiiibi-r.'. of Ihe t lambei' 'l . Unitrd St.ites. He is married and I deputies to make ii.vt '.ligations as to. Jai( t0 hav(, 5een appointed military Ihe cniidi inn under which lie woik .ing dole. strike. Six thousand strikers crowded into the hall when the meeting opened. Many were waving Ameri can flags. The meeting opened with singing "America." John Grunau, who was released from jail last night, was one of Ihe speakers. He recom- nieiuled no action, however. Form New Union Washington, April ':! - Formation f a new national organization ot rail road men has been undertaken by re presentatives here of the striking switchmen in Chicago, New York, Cleveland, SI. Louis and other cities. Ii, J. .Mitchell of Chicago today said elYnrt-i Inch in the Cuitetl Stales ami ( 'a nada. Pinal oi ganizal ion cannot he affect ed Mr. Milchell said, iinlil the plan has been referred to the local organiza tion, He cslimated that the member ship would be ".l.iiuil a,' the start ami said contracts with the railroad would be coiight. J. V. Foley of Ihe Cleveland yard men's association said the committee now In Washinglon, represented 51,000 men in the non recognized associations and thai elections for a grand lodge would he held in November. Spokes men for the New York and New Jer sey strikers deetqred they would aft'ili ale wiib the now organization, Meanwhile the representatives of Ihe strikers have perfected a work'ilg agreement under which they will untie in an effort to get their case before the ra ilroatl labor board. Predict Peace Before Night. 'Chicago, April 2'.',.--Chicago's rail si rike, now in its twenty-third day, ivill be over before nightfall, railroad ollicials predicted shortly before mem bers of the out law unions went into conference to vote on the question. Met hiring that the strike, was broken and the strikers had lost ull seniority rights along with brother hood membership and that no object was lo be gained by remaining out longer, brut herliootl chiefs said the only course upon to the outlaws was to apply for roiusta'eineut. Arrests Are Ordered. Ct veland, Ohio, April L'o. Imnie dia'e arrest of railroad strike leaders in Cleveland unless they ordered switchmen to return to work tomor row was threatened today. The warn in;; was authorized by Attorney len eiail Palmer. To Penalize Roads. St. Louis. Mo., April T Striking railroad men in this district voted to il, i.. to remain on strike. Switchmen, who were demanding pay of $7. HO a da.v. voted to increase Ihe demand to sp by Monday and $1 a week for each :.;. -I'l eiling week the strike lasts. FORMER RESIDENT OF OTTAWA DEAD Henry Pose, a former well known resident of Ottawa, died this morning at . o'clock ot h"art trouble at the homo of a nice.- near (Iranville, 111. Mr l!ose was horn in I'lermany May Ii'. IVU'.. and came to 'his country at Jhe age o 1... He made '.lis home in l;t'ook!v ii. N. V. for several vears and came to lllni. i: in is.'l and farmed n.-ar 1 1 ran v il i. where he owned exten sive tannin., interests. I n is .a he marrio.1 M is Klizabeth Sehtie,. r (T lo.igviHe ami enjoyed li'lv -. veil vears ot married liie His oiilv i lii'.d, a tiov. died when all infant. Mia. Ilii.,,. died in lt'17 in Ottawa, v. I.i!.- the la inly reside. 1 on Illinois even ie. and -i ne lion Mr. Rose made hi - bouse v.i;li his niece, Mrs. Mary i,i'.;.. in Crauville. VI : . i;.i,.,e a v i .- no near relai ives. a't! gh a few nieces and nephews !iv e a round Hianvi!!.-. The fancrul .' i't Po h. hi Sunday afternoon at " oh I.H k limn li.e Madison Sir. ! Kvan ; lieal i hui'i'h. Rev. Kbert w dl have i ii.ir..- i :' b" -erviees. and inti-rilletlt w ii !,. in U:law. I A V ellll" Celllel elV. XT1A! C A R H AN A CHIEF NABBED IN U. ? WITH MEXICAN WOMAN. Dcuulas. Ari.. April 23. General governcr of Sonora. 1 I"