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TRADER-JOURNAL
OTTAWA f REE TRADER
Established 184U
OTTAWA JOURNAL
Established 1880
WEATHER.
Unsettled tonight and
Saturday; not much
change in temperature.
AND OTTAWA FAIR
OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. TIM DAY, MA V lis, 1020.
PIUCE, TWO CENTS.
VOLUME 4. -WO. 1 :JT
ft. i
DEALER
i
AUTO LADEKED WITH BOOZE AND
TWO DRIVERS NABBED BY SHERIFF
TIP LEADS TO ARREST!
OF PAIR WHO NOW
1 ARE lil JAIL
SIEZES 188 PINTS
PRISONERS CLAIM THEY PUR
CHASED WHISKLY F H U M
TRUCK NEAR STRu.ATOR- -CAR
CARRIES LICENSE NUMLEH IK
SUED TO JOLIET MAN.
Two men ere nine. t u : i I i- ;i rn-.-i
mill s 1 1 j 1 1 1 ; ill old i i nl in k v I ! Mil
ium u h i.-kiy i, i I by Sin n If Curl
Avers thi.-- morning; v. Inn n : oven
pass, pgr ;i (I i II a touring car w a .
1 1 1 1 1 1 I ; 1 1 1 i i i 1 1-' Ih I ! I in i i .i ige com
tain tig se en t'i'll i a, es in ill" liuum
Tin' llli'll gave their lialiic
lliii'illKc ami O. .1. Brings
Ihi! Ihi' ell ici i s believe Hi
as .loll li I
il' .lull. 'I, :
llli'll- tile as iimei!. The aiti i
I ici use ti innli' t' i in il ! ' i Cc
itllet'tni in ,1 1 , t i i t fur a I'.ii'.'e
i' I' r nan in I in' . It ' riit ami li i .
nl a ;
e .!
Th : :
i'!.-.
uerc li'vinii; to trac il
jil.'lllily nl-;
!
Iin- I'Aii thru Witheinii.
Clnim to Hnve Bouglit Truck
Tlic nrhaira t's in ihe i nuniy jail,
ma ilt. (In Ilia! tin' lienor .i.- i'.r
( liasi il li'i.in a Inn ; mil n ar .''tn aio;
csti'l'dny. Tlicy cliinnil lln'I t'ny
linn lia.-i il Hie tiiill'i'.'.', isr .1 month
i'l-ii ami Unit tit" In ' inn' i.l.i I v.i:: on
II at the time. Later ihiy sialei! thai
they hail Iiill'i hai'eil the Inaclii no. ami .
in; they ilid nnl li.ivn a li' en.-e lin y1
IkiI'I'iivo'iI t lc I 'a i'e I i ' n i roll,
W'illn rui i to make iln lrii to Oilawa.
I lie loi al n'ln al . ,ti tin 1 1 . i I I i a. -lievc
that liinv at'' a i.M'l n! the
million dollar lii;iior ,int' in t'iiicejo
li., one of the i nn of li" i;'" coiiiaiai il
(lie liiiine of a Chicago .sahioa.
Walk Into Trap.
Th
)- !!', 1 1
two ntf-n linn.- iii' i iln- I.i. ai;ili 'ihi, li.iwcv.-r. my thai il the mum 1
laic la: t. niyi'l and sCorcd ; ma ! h m . a ; I end d dl h ,t:i a ma a ci mid i
then- c:i.-. The- v.i nl 1 . a local hotel i1"' nei i in.
tii I'l'tu iin until inoriina. Alucit :i " nine ol
o'el'.' ! (oil iv siine oin u . nl into tile
pi ram- and espied the u hi: key. Tin".
liulilied Slieritl' Aver-, who went over - I In re v.i' .-oti.e :,o:'t o a dinner
Hud wailed ijiiiii 1' o'cloi f: wlnni naiiy up m ."-.'i-a Vurk ami some fool
the pair walked ill. Tlcy were nlam d ; 'A c;,' ami lohl him about il"
under arrest ami lake t . Ih" nni'iv 'Who w.i-, llni'c.'" Chairman Keli
jail. ; "ii he'!.
M-i : , . .. "M-,.!! '.I.- I',.,.. ,. " II.. -W..I
1 V.-i:i ii'l'i.-'
Judge Koeing utiil bad wiii'in's n.
sii"d lor thi'in. i li.m'iin' them wi:h
violating tin inarch ami !.-e'ire ;n t 1,1
ami w th violatiin; the -t,,i.. tra!l!c ;
law:: lor ilrivin; a venule with the'"!
wrong license mini her. , !""it in
Seleese to Strcator. I .' "H linnw anyl hing ahnui
Mike S'-leese, art".:"d with Totii'!'- u i'"' liberty loan publicil:
T'otl.l. who has already hen hi ami ! paii'.n ot ;,-, a i,t t ii ni tor MeAnloo'.
oer lo tin- filler,'! muni ju .", on aid Ch iiniuiu Kin.'. on.
cliarge ef robbing parcel nc.-t ami ex ! "I do not "
press companies, today was taken In
'.-'rcalnr by Impute I'm'tcd Staiis
Mat'dml C. P. (iunlher lor ; relitnftarv
beating belorn Commis .doner l'bu,:
Selcese, if plans do tint mi a arry. :
will be hound over iiml' t' bonds of!
$.-..'ntu. Ponxi. who i, m.w a prisoner
at. the count) jail, aA.iiiing tramncii
to ( Memo, is already under bond: ol j
$.,...un cpndim- di.;.-ii bm of hi. c, i '
by the ledcral grand jury. I tie t at
token to Chicago lomnrrow
inorning.
CARNIVAL FIGHT
RESULTS IN DEATH
Kankakee, May 2S. Kdw.ird Slaf-,
c,.-a i.,.,,i'i-, ,t..,,i ,..,i ,i i in i lioii.t '
here this inorning ami as a m.-ult (In
iiolice am holding Unihin whoit
. i . n , ,.,.i ; ., .. in.ni ..
I uc,v r .1 I no. ..'.oii'i'i in ,. n . . i
short time previous to the lat 1 1 's
,, ., , ,. .
death. Both are members ol a car-:
, . j
iiiv,., umii
GALESBURG MAN KILLS
WIFE AND HIMSELF: ' ""i v,du,,,i,,v th, dis,,.:,,;,
!al. o reports 'be arrival ol lite lltn- .il
(bilesburg, May 2S. - l'iv, Mmnl last ;
night shot and killeii his wife, who
had gone to the home of .1. W. I'tider-
wood and then, failing in ul.etnp. I"!
kill his U year obi daughter, returned
hniitin and shot bimsull' to death. Mrs !
.Mead is said to have left her Mom'
because oi domestic I rouble.
MAKE ANOTHER CUT
IN BOOZE PRESCRIPTION
Washington, May S.--ln an effort
to d( fuat the "indiseri.i!tiati. sain ni
liipior" on prescript ions from ph i-
luliiig 'oday limiting tin- number of
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SENATE COMMITTEEI
SEEKS MORE LIGHT)
doom
DuUits
KENYON TERMS IT "INVISIBLE"
IN REMARK BEFORE CAMPAIGN
INVESTIGATION NOW IN PRO
GRESS. W.i -1 1 i ! i : f -: i . May
i :n i1 i igu iuvc. I in
Tin
emito i
1 1 1 1 1 Si
commit 1 1
male liii'llmr ill. ,il, I,, ilay In gel ,
li"in mi what Chairman described a s .
"I In i ; V I in
.Vigil ; 'A.
Mi-.'i Inn iliiii.m." ;
.!'ia aa of North Caric
tor nl llie war finance
Inn.
a di
(.nrpnrnliou. i':.:::lc'il. lie do-:
I 'I''1' - "' '-"i'1 1,1 N.iilh.Tli
in, i, l. it'd'" Inr M Adoo s i a nipn inn ami
all
liipleil In read a i'ria led stut
ni"!it. :
'I l.iow linn 'in re i a .MrAdoo .
i .inl'.n.'.ii." inli-rjecteil Senator Iteeil. ,
lii-inic fa' . Mo. 'I nnce V. fn aln-U'l j
nitii M'lne iiie, t ion; "
I ; ' ! i i a); tit a i ; 1 1 i 1 lire of (m '.-
hnii: .r. All I. can tn'i'laivi! that he; A tH'c'l ileal il elil !m -la m '.'.a
ilnl not k"i there was a .MeAiloo ! siwiw a (iui'Hit lh' eo'iiim! anil I'n
hi :i.!.jii;;rl.-r. .a V'a h iit'lon or in .Vy ' inn', ollniis m iv kp -l-.l ! a '..real
in k ami in n he v.' a- no! iiil'ii'incl us ' 'l"al el' nic'la':-'" .
lo i'n. ioiii e ni Ic X.iuo liierary sdiC A; lit'' la y in iiin ii tin s'oti a
in I ) mo. rat in (I ei' i'.il es. ! nrntiC' ' ( ' 111; '.-''l (.1 '. 1' Taylor
:c recoui,i".'l a rnnvn-nt ion ; '? !i 'i'"'' " M- '''-' 1,1 S:
wl'U Mr .'.I. .iio. i a In tile Not lit Cam-i i"!'! .lames .1. I'oln'r'y ol Hinl" v.-
Una il'lei'.nnni.
"I lo'sl M
s - n hi 'mm
,r him ' !u
loo I In re w a s an I
1 1 an at in my : i a 1 1
"I Ion! Mm we wen
i,.),,,, ., rj
!.c, ,, II., ,,,,! lie! ,
In. m:i me : ( a1'! pi .11 v.lu I her In
1 l.".i i' in i a
II" . ii.l lie v.a - not a i a ;n! Mat ".
v uuh! a I I n ! n hi. ha ml uviT In )-'.' i the
ccmi n il inn ami iln! nnl want his
friends to lake any ailio:: ninnil it.:
rn-mis .aid tie oimiit '
.i !.,::. tie : :!1 .;. lilo lo! In: and go
in .id whl 'n r he u.niln! il or not .
; 'ii. ' ' . " '",of the B. I'. (I. K., Willi II
all. i-.'i'uig in me mruier collect or ;
ot inicincl revt
some
bet
The '-. Hi
'!'- N'l"'
added th '! late "some
I rii ml., wi i i' prel ty mad
I'lans j
k
,.. .ml I'
i-nugh with .
'I'm ... 1 ; , , 1 -,.
annliiL'i;'!' for being 1
" :''iial''t' Bi'eil put in, i
nnni t.i letting l he ;
i I"'
Inm, nm chasing af-
,,.,. , v, r was a ri.bl.il Mr lc-
A,p, j; ,,.,,.,,, Ah, ,M,.p,,.L
RED ARMY MOVES
TOWARD KIEV LINE
l.iit'doli. May :."-. Tin
al e advam nig in I In- Kie
.'1 t'f , , 11 l.l "e,i i ., tl.c-.tlll-i , ,
hnCb.n iki
eninn and
i "to 'I im Tii- i ,.
r!li":n t
of that city, it is aiinnuiucii in That's
! slatniiu al by the soviet
i-'ow-rntnen! rcccivi d In wireless to
day.
Tin
Statement.
Imhiing Iin
' " .litis j
rih n
IP'..' .,
.c'-l U
i .... ...
".' '' 1 '',' ' ,v,'. u" '"' ; ''
in lb : cast n! l ii .
,, . ... ,
hostilities Closed.
leu j
l.omlnn, .May :V. II
tllties be
"."I'll tin' l.'ii.-.sians and .lapatuse in
Siiinria closi d on .May .! ,. aeeor Iin'-:
I O II l.'elllel' ili Il, I ii., ,, V! . live
:,!,' 1i,n,"h,!
ls
com in is sn'ti
i 1 1 , n 1. 1 , n - h .
KANSAS GOVERNOR AND
-..,, ,.,
GOMPERS IN DEBATE
.'w York, May l!S Kamil'd tloni
pers, pri'siib n! of ihi' A. I'. of I., and
(Sow Henry J. Allen of Kansas will ih
bale here tonight on ihe merit-: of
th
recently enacted Kansas indis -
trial I'nili'l law. No official d ini'i
will be niinle as 'o tlu winner. Judgi
Alton It. Barker of this eitv w ill pre
side. Allotment of seals has been i" i'i:lv
and
! la bur groups,
j Mr. (iouipcr.-' won the toss for .ln'
,,,,,,,, ,., ,1,,, a,.!,,,,,, i.-,,.i, ,1
pr - llbeMlowcKiiiminuUn
GROUP 5 BANKERS
nnni to nmu
r
IN LARGE NUMBERS
ANNUAL CONVENTION OP COR N
DELT OROANIATION OPENS
WITH SOCIAL SESSION AT ELKS
ELECT OFFICERS TC DAY.
' '' ':,n"" s.ui'ii'iinn v.
'' ' '' '' "' "" ' '"" 1
' Ki'oii ; 1 1 1 i -i nun nin;; at l in- annual bus-
j i u ; ; i :-i'., jinn i.f i;m- organization. ' I" ii '
other olheils ( I n I : -1 ( I III Sl'I'Vi' llni'ill:
! I In- ruining year w i'i'i':
i Vim in-"'..ii"iil !.. A. i U r.
l.'Aight.
Secretary i'li'l I n asiii'iT S.
i 'inn i, ' I rc.it i. r.
Mi inlii r u! lali' inmii'iai i ; i ; com
tniine . V. I j.i.M.r. I'.iMihi.
A II i'1'iiat c A II. I llenhurn. Morn-', j
li V I -i lit , v.. cl III I III i I I cc I lc Wi I !. .lull i! ;
, L,,u ; , . ,,, ,. V. ,f . 1 . . .
I'.n.ti n ; Crund... Wade Alii an. Ca.il J
tier; Irmpinis, l; it. .Mcni.. a--iikii.ii , ,
Kankakee, i '. Mn-.. KanKar-i ' ; ,
I I. a Salic. Willi ; Strong, Inland; l.iv-i
i inr-,,,,, it i V,,.,, I :in:".i' I'ont in ' : I
u.t. I .' i' i!i,,:. (henna: Put'
;.,, .,,,!, .;i,.,. Craiuille. .
, (,,,..,.,, .A ; whlm.-v. i
l-'lauai-a". .1. II la
T,,:v lirn-.c i. V". X.'l.am.
--i- niimiaai in' eomaiiilce. win..
,,, , ,., n :-1 . , 1 1 . ,r ollicei;; to In
h.-Hi: e, u;;'-, i - up io -e.l o;' Sluar! Inn;
iian, I. a Salle; 1. M. I,i-h, Saannmin.
;i ml Henry Sinker. Morns.
a i'. lint i i!
iliail r '.-'. i 1 1 1 1 ica . w!ii
v' ' ! '' '' '
n!" I In Iln' in
r in
the ilay.
l tin
-til:. r :
n ;nn. in
l'!i
in
1 o
reeiilar
rein in (.i I, a
.- 1 Wi l c
n - s . Ian i ' I -In.
-red. I., my
in !:n IHinol'
nl V A. Cm- I
il"i i 1 1 I'.-d i -
I. til n'!'! '
j A. Co.l.l.ir i. pre n,!c,
i I 1,1 II k I : .' ' a .- s In :' I io'i ,
i tiinn :', t-lale .-ei !'i la
mili'iit tali- s on I he linaei.il colciii inn
lien :lti. r-icill:- Illinois : I Co nt'c i t.
,, '
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w as .--en ed.
Reception Li'.-t N'ght.
:-' c pi ion last n i h t pnn,
ni'al elijoyahh' mic,::I
1 or given in Ot 'a w ,:.
T!
'ii
Hi
ri-
I mm'" I ban a hundred s nil iin: I
in al i "itila nee and ! he renin i;
! I an audience made up oi' ( ), :
j 111
Ulan- was Imhl in ih" lo-l.-e room ;
' i ;i a .i '.
i( ,
h school ni 'elm- i ra and .1, II. t 'in i : '
linn, a iirol. sstotial entertainer, a
the fea'ure of a particularly deiecta
hi" prn.r.im. l-'olhtwitn; iln- iror.im ,
a luncheon was seined by Slew a. "i! !
Loins (lain! of Ihi' ElU.i and .'lis furii - j
able as.-istant;'.. !
'I'll . . I ) II sl i,i'r'lt,-ll':i 1'mI.i 1 1
' " ' ' ' ' - ' " -
nrnvcil a Pig hit , it'ii the (bbna'c .
vlio lamleil I'rni. Ho If and hi- nnni
( iatis w iili words ol hk-h praise. Hur
ing one i.uinlier a swa ing. swinuitu'. (
jazy pi in..nv a ha'd ami ,-iiiiu
A
lim
U I 1 1
pat" uniiueil in a ;. pro vn I lo a new ani'it,
alien not". Ilea
kiu w only an u
imlica ling assent ,
Illellt. idigiit im;
'Ahicli fin iiu'il ,
i and down iiiolion.
or a :-id" a a., s nun i -sinie
poor s : :r,-, i- s
in i ; ii s I'm' a 'cm In w.-re kep' :uny:
slaying in lime w ilh ihe urge of thnt 'l
grippin gti ndiiinu wini cnuihinai ion
of up ami down aid a pni eci.rfivo side
Shakes While ke.' ing 1 line to tile
cat chey selci t nm.
Miss Vera Hani del igltl cl the and
hot'.- with In r pa 1 1 iinilariy lie.iittitul
voice ami w in. in'tie i. i sotiali: '. . Sh
sang several number.; ami wa- corn-
pi'lh-d 4: follon '-'.ilh eta-ore aft- r en-; (,-, . ,,,u ,,j tncu ,-io-i muni ,-,cr t. .
core. i In--' f: umlat ion- lor the nn'-niiii nl
After ihe regular progtatu ari.-. ; . Iu li was In , real. I. We
lia'i, a lleu- on pei-.'tu'iner. Chi'smo. j I'ortuua'e in the gnverntuet.t )
li'ol; cotiiiiu: ml of Iln- t'oor an I Id ,Cipna!hi'd to ir, by our r.retutl.. t.
simg I'o.n la:tim; lute into tin' night : who I.. Ii.-i.., in - i vi rnme.i : ... , :j'....i
I hiring, the round rohin ol songs, in
which Ihe Psui.crs joined, .!tvji
.laegnr and .lolinu i.rierol He bom!
di p.artnn lit o:' the -'ir. ' Ti i I ami
Savin!.-.'- Hank of Chicago ga'.e soh .-
which iiriiiu;iit ihn'.n the luui.-.e a ml
lorei'd Ih.'tn lo ciuiie buck with itioi c
Th" loli.'Aii.', i , li.e pit .gram:
.March mililaiic. I'n pafeda.-s.-.".
'Puid.i In iio
Oitawa lh.ni Si h-ol (ttcbe nn
Triumphal march irom ' A id i ' . , . id i
Vocal, "Sing. Sing. Birds, on the
Will);" N :i' t ing
Miss Ham.
"Amina," snri'iiailn I'h;;. it inline. .
I .i neke
Selection foui "Angel Cue""....
Victor It. 'flier!
'The Angi'lit " iffiuti "Scene,
I'i'lol'e ipies," Illl .Massenet
CTh
Al it tier Heart M i.-i. lea
"Till' 1 .it 1 lc llamoz.'l ' Novello
Miss Haiti.
I'l nlinb' Kachinanitioil
Tim orchestra.
Helen I,. Hull' a! the piano
John I.. 1 1 off, director.
'Bussian Bag" t'ohh;
I lie d-degates who legt' terei t oda v
(Continued on 1'age 1, Col. 3.)
WASH
:'S roTTA HVt WIS
EKM08 CHILES i
EXCELLENT TALK ON
FORMER ILLINOIS EXECUTIVE
ADDRESSES "CORN I3ELT BANK-1
ERS" FOLl.OWi.-JG LUNCHEO
AT CLIFTON HOT EL THIS AFT-!
AT CLIF
ERN0ON
Ilmi. ( i
t'ovi-i noi i
inn' or in
mi'ldic ,i
S. I I" tl i !1 . lot'lll
Si a I ' i :' iiiMioi .. a i
I, no ' n men of i :
licicl a Mi.ritw :
In
in
tins alicinniin a Hie ( 'iiion
llOlcl,
hankc
, In I! tin
held i;
nrti belt rimin ol
i r
mini luncheon. :
Tim ex go-, ci'iinr iiro', e, to lc e-putll.. I
as p:tiu!ar a ilh I he Iin.: una 1 h
a Iin did w it ii t he pe,ti!,ii-e i
I til'' time Iin ,',;n: id.-i ti ( to Cie
! . I ! a.- .- - i i s ehi i c"c.:i i , e
! f !-'i a in. c!", ... liiiia-' nm : n' ..
le.'-i
nil
olli
V,i!h I
I
'iVcll j
c:,llv '
WD h I 3M, I. -IK win: nun of Up- fntc-t
;l 1. I n ll! a wa fur year.-' , and v. a -,
,,i' ! ' ujoyed h., a'! i'. ho heat d .!
v, 1 la! ' .man M r. I 'eiieeii ra nk
k. a!
" ' .nw i tn - '"
I' ! '' a' il. a n '- I has a i ii ;.n
an
O'l I !
an-
rci
Mi
I i.-ai'ini in : ,. emir, e
on "American hl"nl-
iiirec
to tin- sil ual ion ami con li mi mi t inn of
Nor'h Aimrica and com jia red il ,,iili
l-airoiie nm! Aia He stated -lot tnc
Cii.t.-.l States had mure men than any
, I .-. 1 . v . ,.- . , I - I ...I , I w , 1 1 I , , 1 I , . : :
' "' ' 1 ' ' - . ' -
,.t nl u1' ninins for tin- most part ex-
n ,.,.d inuly i . it 1 1 . . nil an utilin.it. d v.i-j
. r!,-ty ,-,r nrodii.e inn. ami u m u ua 1 1 e '
.Iili. ' a i n ni in u n n at ii in . I ':: . .
!al eh iin -nl s by which a nation ;
nn . now ei": u and united in inter-
ami nm a : . j
i - -: : . I . 1 I inn " :i was :'.."! una ' e
Hint I
Ameic;
'art an- i tinrl ion of ,'o! 1 a j
a fi I i a an inln nl a nee I o I he j
Sa 'n ui I .i' e, s. h icli con: hi' n I h . J
nic be. . nf I .h' n. with t ' e !
n no.
j1"
1 ' :
1 ' I
'j
Inunan
n.r no,,
Ihnl Ih
1"
rti mi
n r ofl-'i and ca
I ; I aat n w a., !m I n n.i '
ii".-, , ere I"l alone h .
! i'e mot '"' r i u t u 1 1 ! I mi year .
.'. hho h" w ns 1 1 1 1 lling, dtssi-n' ion , ,n
'no.. u ;nii Innnin:1 w-n s anroad. wniie
there g .few Illl ill the ec'o" 1 , I'n-
i ' hi oi iinlcpi'iuli'iii thought am!
, t lu-i r ;n : jiov in - fioin Iln cnn-eni ..
! . y,.-i,... and in creating kiimtii
, mmr :i I nun him rv l"ey ;.ro'dei ihut
,.b.u,h 1," dine:.-! and controllei b.
! pu hi n- ..piaioti. Tiiev gave tin- I'm .-
i i,p -p , i;,. , , .,,. ihe i- it : i v
',.:: ! po.ve:' , nm prmnlcn lor If',
i .!. ci iotn- nud nnls In, jury, " '!
.pence tininilic, cnubl in.n ' I
. xcciii , : 'cni " d b . "' ii :. nn'
,.,i'n'. limn '!-' '
Mr. Ii'tn.a te. alle'l i'n- crd ii-i.-m
v, !'. h w.i. a- '! at I'm- 'nue ot tin
' ornant 'nl ion ci ihe government that
tinhi r -! suit r.it'e wmill I'oiloA, iri n-
I city I e di i-h'l annum ;),. l. r .
' eipta 1 1 ;, , t:o ,i ' : 1 1 a t in or nol.il it v per-
j tuit'ed. whj. h in the oh) world m
I'rni'u'.l .-i. i. t v n-r its prii!.-g- . I.
cm .rv'ti- law nd 1 1 ad i i ion s and in
in-. tunning a. I ih obip.n : '
! si-ien. -. a
In. :':" nr.' and ta in!,' r n
a oiikl :-. ml t be n.-'i-.t.
me l.y t'.'a-'on of i I'l: I
i,t' inn could noi - a .tain
n"!u'i"S lung eli.mi-h in
i "a ' war; that w con Id
111.11 ' . hl-i'aUse t be oille!
j Thai -hiv
j in 1 1' ain h
i . n 1 1 1 m g.
i in, - pint a
I cirin on a
ilae mi di:lm.i v. i a use t
luitiniis would not deal with a n.i
i in ad l.tckle and unstable by imini'
sal
tUT.igi
nid :'
it ih" answ r to ail tin
DAY
fflEIi BIS
i'1'il ii'isnis w a '. i'oiiikI in l.lie hislnry o1
the country ami re alleil "Teal eMails
nl ( ar his ory a;- ronl ami rel'nla
I ion.
''.Vfi'rrhiK I" I'1' prohli ms of today.
lie dwelt on the ititoriialimial an I do
tneslic !ur"--t1r,!ts ol' the country. "Out
u n: ierit y dcieiiils on erealiiiK snr
iilii.s iii''.i!iii ts," he sai.l. "(hir mi i -
! nl
p l i ) i ! i m -1 -. rm j 1 1 1 r
t i it'C i " ti nei fl: cl
oar fur. i"ii ma rkel, r.'iiiiire ships ami!
-oiu'- r, till !.. ids. our I ran.-portal ion on j
land a,., I sc'i icpiite limmeiim. Our I
maic.c's t'eiptit'e w areiniuse t. (I'lr
,,. ... ,., ,.,. ,.,.,1,1 ,1,.,, ,,-
ing in all part s of the world, that nlir j
Hiviti.., are' hro
h-vnloiimnni and pros-!'1''
interest , ami
'" " " u inn
1 ,. . .. , ,,
p. rit.v.
lb iln-11
' 1 : 1 . , i ti, 1 i 1 , - i- c ' : 1 1 1 1 i v 1 .
tiin
1 t-'i i
1 1 1 .-1 1 . 1 : 1 : 1 1 InliliL' null otlu r mat
:i eo:nn:,r,.,l our situation Willi
ic,t of our nliiors. Our internal
.,),., . Wt ,., 1 ,.
I ''i''.,,, flc i,,;, . nil 1 imin Iii i's
h j " '
., i'.i,,. t i'c:i 1 ni en ni' Cu- ticyro
' :;. "filial inn ot immigration
! te I'l fc I ive and criminal n;
r nations ale 110! Ihu.-I Unii linn
j I- TraiiMiiilliiy in M-xi o ami uir.
,-: laiionn wil'i t!ial nnhiipy con nl 1 y. j
... Tin' niilnrcnmi'iii of law anil or-:
, dnr.
''. M a in! a in i 11 g eipuil nppor". 1111 1 ' i s
! as n.-H as I'ipial right. t.
7. And education lo pr. pare the
, I W . V I ' , I H t : 1 1 i o 1 1 1" i i e 1 1 S Will' i .'I til
dm n-,.
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r,i r V I r n O IICIW flC CfTn
MEXIC0"S NEW DE FACTO
CHIEFS OPEN INQUIRY
INTO CARRANZA DEATH
M "''' i ('it v. M a v 2S A pi' .in ' n
of :l l"'lll!lii.v ion to iuvi st igal u I lie
ci i . inn .1 a n ccs a 1 1 end ing the don t h m
1'i-e- idem 1 ari aliza Inns been ns;ed ol
Ih" evu iii: seiinin by (buieral Alvaro
I tin "i- nn . who u .: lo - I u coin lit I..
i.,n h. beaded 'V g. jll-,1 ice ot I to , n
preitu- court . ( e 'iicral ( )bn g..n h
un king' tills i'eii.-: says the commis
-1 ' : n nannd !i him.-. -If and (n-tnta:
i lot, .ab s tor i Iii' same piirpo.-e '!,
c iiii.t. -r- d numerous dillii-ultie-, "a
ili'Mniii la -a s do not inm in pin 'c
noh .out ing" mils a.s til'- ( 'arra nza
tragedy "
Vilbi "Frifindly" to Hucrtn,
'i'!'aCiuz. Ma ; l-'ehx liiaz. ,!ui
i. a n ;i"t I ' ' I vc I fd a y I o h n e a
-unied an at t imdc to w a rd I It" I lit' i I
.'' I -tic i s 'd nn. inn-, in tact, noli
!,. d iae ;m I hem :e , thai he 1 - f i'i"tul!
i o iin- g o v i in u u ti I , lie P at M i -'
a n ' !a and i , u wa il i ng an npiii n i n n il
io n .:', ' i h. en. mi ry . e i -i await
in;1 is,. i - n of the inn', gov.-tti
u.-ul i-.-la i i pi, i : titling, .'.lexical
. ml.
DOCTOR SAYS CRIME
TO DIE UNDER 100
( h ii ago. Ma v .Is. it '-hoiil I be run
' iief."l a 't ioli: Oil eliSC for ,1 II V Oil'
i o die ui,. , r t b. u "' of I nn, accord
ing to In- W. ,:. .-seller in an ad
dre h, p. i e i ,. I'li'iois Wouuin'-
i:ii silver iiil.il. convent ion which
( bi'-e-; lodan
"Thn 1 1 in" w ill nniue wlnm there
w ill iie a i u" r' ' iiuiiesl for any
on.', who .In - under Ihe age of lifly,"i
I )r. Sadler declared
1 uidic i " i storing of "liiiman"
1
stock eng. nic marriages and "race
loyalty" to improve the national
'health were uig"d by the speaker.
27 DEf.1flCEiAT VOTE
UITH REPUBUCflK;
FIC3AL TEST 2 1 9-1 2
(liy the Associated frets )
Washington, May 2 8 An effort to override
President Wilson's veto of the G. O. P. peace reso
lution failed today in the house. The vote was 2 1 9
IE:
THEN NOT INFORMED
OF CHILD'S DEATH
MARSEILLES WOMAN CLAIMS
HUSBAND THREATENED HEP
LIFE AFTER FLIGHT FROM
HOME, SHE SAYS, HER BABY
DIED WITHOUT ANYONE IN
FORMING HER.
Claimin:: lhal slm was forced to lli'e
I'n ai liev huMiand, Willi am Haywood
n aiciHinl of his cruel! and was then
mil peruiiiteil lo take her infant
daughter with her, or was mil noiilied
of I Ixi child's dnnlh until limn after
it oeetirrel, Mrs. Anes Haywood of
.Marseilles slarleil suit, for divorce in
the Circuit Court, today. .Mis. iHiy
wood also ehai'L'ed her hotter half
Willi threatening her life, claiming
that, in llici inhef, 1 i i . he pursued
,"'1 " " - - '-"
'"'r throat.
Sh" ,1;'l1llls '' '",V
lite uay ni loin sue , ,i , iom ..j i.
have lnia. lie s! ruck !n r in I In facr-
1 wi:ii a shoe, lirni.-ing tier taee ami
-!'"'"' '"''' ! '"''''l-'1''1
J'-l"" " ,"1"'1' :lrls ol
crui'll v.
i Her lil'le daiiuhler died I'M'. :'S,
Ihla .one vi ar after the separatum.
c( nriliiig to Mi's. Ilay wood, slm ami
: t-er IHI-nam! were uuiteil in imniia-e
-1'"1 l- M-'- ,,ml rcsnteu 111 .Mai
Iiiuetie until t!ie seiaratin .'-im e tneti
: sl"' "IIS ' i'li UK with her
I 1 tils in .Maim illes,
Ccuorlin Will Filed.
-piie will of William 1 'oiignl in. !n
; un.u .,. hi, home in Seneca April 2.
1 ,,,, (in.u .',. c collate lodav. Mr.
Cughlin left a 1-'' acre farm inl
;mon jh ,, ushi,. said to he valnndj
... jnainuu Mini a .V l.iliertv boiul.
1'ml'T the ferms of Ibis will ?:!0
is li ft (or a ( I I'cgoriaii mass, with in
st ructions that it was to bo said in
the Catholic church as soon aft r hi ; j
i . , .11
. ( i i'.i l il a . i.i - "i in. j
wiilc. .Mi. Marram' ( ounhlin.
I js Pfi lie f;inn for her lifetime audi
' hi, innici in tin- linme in Seiici a !
DRIVEN FROM Hi
ilau.'li., I, Miss Nellie Coilghlin. r- ' ""mias .n. no, man uu'ii ai v. to
,.,, ... ., ,,,, ,,, s.'in ca Al 111.' death : o'clock Ibis morning at his home here
of in r' inulhi r'she ami In r : i..ir,!"r l"''"'t ili'nse alter an Illness of
Mr-. Marv ( l.aughlin. are to rmivi : several months. He was elected a
in,, i oin hare mil .liarn ali"e ! tinuuber of tin' lower house of the as-
m aml, inn Joseph I I'l.otighlin. is to m
,,,!(, no '.en at Hie death of hi- gtatn' -
inoi.'nr. to h" paid to litni liy hi- auini'
and hi- mother.
DAMAGE CASE IS
READY FOR JURY
I'eir. ia, both of Sheridan, were ipilotly
The ju'y reported a verdict of net ' married this afternoon at 2:'"l o'clock
'juilty at '!:!:- p. m, ! ' .Bl'l-e Ceorge T. Koetng's office.
'I :n . I ii.iiu i damage c:j;. e :;a in I I lie , lm tin 1 1 i.i 1 1 ly after tin' ceremony tht
Koi k I hind i ;i'!rii:u lo collect c. nn-' ( on p.. deparied lor a brief honeymoon
pen ;at imi for ih" death i !' .In-, pli I'e.jaii. r which I In y will maki' their fu
ici's. who wa., kilhil while c ii ',-' , i 1 1 :.: j I u r i ' luiiiin in Sheridan.
'In' iruiKs in I'tica in I'.i I 7 w.-tii lo j -
' ' j-ry h -" .hi.-, alter n I I. , CjMC PI flTHIPRQ 91 (t)t
wa : slaCi'd on W.
C i re a it I null.
SECOND BIG JAPANESE
BANK CLOSES DOORS,
:
I I ty ' he AS'-e.-l, . i "',:-l I '
',,, a, Mnv 'I ie ii j..-!.-iioi!
,. . i", ,:.,', of the Sew-nt. I ill Bank;
if oioltama. in v. Inch Sea. i Muni
,i- i.i" princip:,! -hai' liolde,-, wa
li.lle'A.il today In the :-, i p....Mu o! .
. .' I'lii.iiiiai,, Sni n . Hank. ot '
. iiii h M . Mi mi i-, pic up. n ' .
AUTO JUMPS CURB;
I fx nnr.1 u climriirn
10 OMUL I OIVIMOnCUj
i Reerktunn today after a riot in which
Boy I!. Mavis of th" Sieiner Mavis strike sympathizers attacked young
Co. had a bad .-nn" a nn this noon 1 women clerks ami other working cm
win n th" road-tcr be was driving j ployes of the National Indian Bnhber
tan up on the curb ami sinu -huil his j company. Tim governor's procluma
ih.hl front wheel. Mr. Mavis wn-tltion declares the town in state ot In-
ng down 1'ii'si ,,etuie and as In-
turned into Pros-peel his ear in some
way dodged up onto the curbing. Mr.
jlkivis cc.ipvil uninjured.
in favor of overriding the
veto to 1 52 against, or 29
less than the recjuired two
thirds majority.
Tw0 repuhlicans Kelly, Michigan
and Ful'cr, Massachusetts voted to
sus'ain the veto, while, seventeen
democrats joined the repuhlicuns in
an effort to override it.
Put Embargo On Sugar.
Washington, May 28. By a vote of
six to three the senate agriculture
commit lee today ordered a favorable
report on the Me.Nary hill providing
for an export embargo on sugar. Be
fore taking iinal action Hie commit
tee, amended the measure so that it
would nnl amend sugar sent to the
I'nilod States- by foreign countries
or I heir nationals to be refined. Ea'lv
senate consideration of the ibill is
planned by Senator MeNary.
100 ATTEND COUNTY
W. C. T. U, INSTITUTE
One hundred women from till parts
of the coun'y gathered in (irand Ridee
yesterday to attend the County VV. C.
T. I'. Institute. The program opened
with the county executive meeting in
the Morning. Ar noon there was n
picnic luncheon and in the evening a
chicken' dinner was served. Tito fea
ture of the day was two addresses!
which were made by Mrs. Hall of
Aurora, state superintendent of Amer
icanization work.
.Miss Flora foster presided at the
meeting, and reports from the chair-
men 01 an oepan inenis were given
GUNMAN SHOOTS AND
KILLS IN COLD BLOOD
Chicago, Aiay 2S . -Etigert'o (iearey.
gunman irom uiick m tne yards, re-
j cenily acquitted of a charge of iniir-
pair-jder, was being sought today in con-
tmction with what, police believe on?
ol the mosl cold blooded murders of
recent years.
As Harry J. Backus, a saloonkeep
er, was about to leave a south side
saloon last night, a man identified by
witnesses as eary, entered and walk
ing up lo him, shot him through tho
I body.
j
n r n nr o C M T A TlC TrtU
1 1 r IlLOLitllHIIVL I UIVI
GORMAN DROPS DEAD
I'eoiia. May 2S. --Stale llepreiwntfl-
neinbly lirst in Bins ami hat served
j as representative from ill's district
vei .-nue.
SHERIDAN COUPLE
ARE MARRIED HERE
Mi.. Tbersea Carr ami John AV.
FOR PROFITEERING
Syracil ;e. " Y.. May JS. -Weed's.
Inc. liiiigh.tmptnn clothiers, tried in
-'';,;:;::'-'7;,''-1
lodav on all of eight counts in a fed-
,'.,.. . , , .. ...
"nl nl nietit enlarging them with
l,r,'! "'"-'
I1"' court imposed a fine of .VU.IjnO
Htl III" II fill.
TRDflPR flRnFRFfl TO
RHODE ISLAND CITY
nn.-un. . i, ,n;i niu'i' miniin
of
military were ordered out by Cov,
: stirri'etion. 11." plant has been clos
ed except for the ollii e torce and re
pair men since the strike began threo
weeks ago.

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