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OTTAWA f'REE TRADER EiUbllthed 1840 OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 1880 WEATHER. Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday; slightly warmer. AMD OTTAWA FAIR OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MAY 'J!, 1920. 1'IUOE, TWO OENT8. VOLUME 4,-UO. i:s mm SAEuuPA ill n MONDAY ILL BE mm iL; STORES TO BE CLOSED FOR OBSERVANCE OF DECORATION DAY SERVICE AT ARMORY' EXERCISES WILL BE HELD AT STATE BUILDING FOLLOWING PARADE THROUGH BUSINESS DISTRICT ROCK FORD ATTOR NEY TO BE SPEAKER. THE PARADE. The Memorial Parade under direction of Capt. Charles L. Gapen, acting as ercort, will form at 1:30 o'clock. Platoon of police. Marshal and aids. Hentrich's Military Band. High school colors and guard. American Lecion. Spanish War Veterans. Grand Army of Republic Civic or( anizatiens. Speaker of the day. Carriages and automobiles. LINE CF MARCH. Form on Court street, south to Main, west to La Salle, north to Jackton, saluting monument, Kouth on Columbus to Main, east armory, where the following exer cises will begin at 2 p. m.: Adoelaration tor ;ui ilii-i"ut Anu'i'i- Veteran;! in tin civil war. lite Mi .American war atul the world warjsho ua- a-.sistnl by Miss Caliierhi. will he honored .Motiilay. w li-n tie j ' ':i"'-v- Mi-- At' 1 ' ; 3 " ' V.'J '',"! city will celebrate Mi uuu ial (I Tribute will be paid lo th ineiiio,. j of the dead ai::l the linal nvMu ilaces i.f t'.iose who oi'leiej ill for t heir count ry will ii" di cm .n I ! y the jiairhilic ornaniitai ion m the city. llusiin ss of '.lie city will ionic to a standstill fur the day. and the icu nn rcial houses will close inni-hi ai in o'ciuck ;i ii 'I not open until Tin sila. v lllorillnu. Olll." t.le eatilm liou.-es cigar stoia s anil Iru?; : ton : v.i!i i-ej i, pen in I he .mti n' o .v:i il -- ri.'t . Tin I drilf? stores will i.i"P i. en l.ty I C 1 1 1 1 II U schedule, ! In t he niornin;- t '.! Mom.ri., 1 I lay j association will !..: all the mm. j teiies of the city and 1 1 ' i -i r;i t . t'e-' .rHVes of tin former sohiievs. It:; the afternoon at l::;n o'elm-k a para.: w ill form on Court ft n t. compnsi' l : of patriotic manial i.ins ef i.ie i-it,. ! and in charge of ('apt. ('iriries !,. tla.ieit and pass thro'.i.L'l: ihe loon. I The Program i When 'he proi i . sioa r'tit!n.- the' avmory a patriot it- iro,:iam w ill Klven. The address of the afternoon will 'he uiven by Thomas K. dill. : 1 former aid of the late Attorney (1 i ml V. II. Stead. Th" coinnlete pro gram for Ihe alternoon. whicli will be participated in by veteians of all out wars, will he: Patriotic sell ctiotis. I lent rich's; .Miil t ii ry band. Invoralion, Itev. J. I". Vonckx. I'residen'.'s remarks, (int. Kino-( II. I'oole. .Music--Ladies' donlde quartol b by Mrs. Clara C. Trimble. "Oner Thrm Over With Leant it'ul Flowers.' i'arks; "Ilfave Hearts. Sleep On," Parks. Address, Thomas K. dill. (Jen. Losan's Memorial day or let Capt. C. A. Karr. Necrologist's riper!, ( mnrade L. W I Itreu'iM' ' I Lincoln's (Jetty: hurt; son cil. Cap! (J. A. Karr. "Star Spatmli'd lianner," by Cue au dience, led by Comrade L. M. Cham berlain. Rem diet ion, (J. V. Chessman, Scarcity of Flowers. f'lofisls have heen swamned with orders for the day, when not only the dead t'.f the na ion's wars Inn all I he dead i(ie remembered. .Movie men have secure. 1 special bills for the day, and hotel and restaurant men are planning to entertain record breaking crowds, as the holiday falling on Sun day and being celebrated on .Monday will bring thousands of visitors to the Starved Rock Slate park. It is expected Ihat by nii-'h the K. R. U. sign will be out at all lodging houses, and that tomorrow night hundreds of tourists will he forced to spend the night, in their curs, the parks or any other place they can 'lind to take off their hais and try lo sneak a lew hours' repose. The list of olllcers of the Memorial Day association who will have charue of the celebration In Ol tawi. follow s : Second vice president--W. If. 11a r- rri'sldelit - Cha-les IO, Woodward. First vice president I.. W. Ltewcr nurd. Secret ary Lester J. Koran. '1 reusurer--'Karl (). Ilaebcrle. (Cuutluued ou 1'uge 4, Col. 3.) DEVOTED TO ST. C0l.ll FILLED CROWNING OF M WITH WORSHIPERS AT ! ary hearing before Judge Koenig, 1 Haedtke was turned loose, it having PRETTY SERVICE IS CONDUCTED j heen prpve nhe was merey a passen BY CHILDREN DURING FETCi I fler in the car. and the two other de- 1 fendants were bound over to the grand FOR VIRGIN MARY SERMON I S jury under $1,000 bonds each. DELIVERED QUINN. BY REV. DEAN Si. ( 'chimba elm n ii w a -win hi'M'i'- li-l nigh' ill ie, Willi , . .. i 0 (-or,; j win I! I !!' .- ' at :;c :!' I : ' i ; i M.ii was honored a i h i annual w!.ii; i.f Muy .mmy. 'I''"' service war. in charge Di '')' children (if i in- So- ei"'v ill Marr in oia'at;' i lull ( om I os. 'd (it t.it- yr.in-or t;.i.s u ni' . .f th- i-iiui'rli. In ,i-..vi..ii:. yi ari tin' n n inr-ny u always In M in tin- .- X i. : ' ' M.nt -hap.'l. l.ut l!i itii'i oasi il att.n l-;' : I'"' !'",v ' ,M:"1", ,! m-ri -sary to I'.w Uirn- nliln c t:if lai'K1' ' i 1 1 i 1 : t'oir ;l; at T : Tin I"'"' '1 : ''on !!.' ,:""!vitli loiiiii-i-n i asi-s. or iiints. of d'cIikIc wnn a u,r-- i-ior.-.- 10:1 m If'" Vi'l" lanir; nn.. uww- an . j an i .illio M ils v!:irh ww-- ii.'iil 1:1 lil.ii'i l. v ''oral w ma lis mai : hod : 'n null tin tlowni-.s of the uahe. -tr. witiR Mowers . t,i t.o flint (i the altar hrfure t h. Virgin. Mi"-- 'alheritn' K!lv erowneii t r.e On 'en of Maw lei' as : in-li is tin Vimn .iaiw kmnvn in ilc riiureii. i .roller i.r:,i,T ana .-.u-- vijn I He!! :)!! Ilower (jtrl. .Ml-v-i -'la!.. ijli,1:,.vi i.. r.qtii Hi', nnan. lie-. Mi-Col'inieK I icli 11 I liii.ahae. ;; yy Cost. 'Mo. Cei eiia !' Mary 1 .ei mard 1 and Mthireii :y'i. folio .-, inu ! hi- . rviee 1 asm John I v:'" ' . ; , .',.,, ";:.iH" !'"'' "'i':"""d niin,U -' 7 . , V, jinat in- was under arte-i in i -t t a w a , , iul,, ,.,.,.(,Verim:. nie.nbeis v;er. lak-n ml lb. o. n (;. i .,,M ,,,K., ,,,, , ltl;ik,, ...t;..,,.,,,,.,,.... .:Ki,iSi is ., ,.,-rii iv f i ilm An-r "' , , !o -erure his 1 1 .'i loin . Mean slaim lileaniim oilin:i m. liooei At Hi' cose in l ie oemniioiv Ilea'!, I , . .. ', , .....i.i,,, oul.iu prom line,, I a solemn len-dic 0rders Ste"9,e Arrested' I ,'" ' " - -V' ' .-'.iUM-lo v, t , Lta-ned Ihe , lew. audi "lilt "'" " ' TO ATTEND NATIONAL LIBRARY CONVENTION A I i - es Vera .1. Snook and lint h 1 Kiw'i'i. oi lit ' i ick mi i ic niirarv will ii-av Chi.-iuo Monday nh-'lii for J Colorado St. isn't-. Colo., to atletul a! 1 ; i ' i r..iv.M,-.. VII hraie'iies I ii.;.j,., niil.il -. Inisinoss college j t.,l - 1 ...ill I.- ini- ii.-il at tne! i ,. a. ,..,,,.. ,,iii -,, ,,v......t i from all purls ol th" I " n 1 1 I Statt ('sua. I a and Mexico. Ai'icr the conference the Ottawii ' .,:..!. .. ;o i,. 1 ..,,.1 ii.,i rh.m'wmo on dow-n'io Arizona u,':Uu- car. and tind out what par. j vi.-.ii an .f:.:iora noat ratn'h SELEESE UNDER $5,000 BOND 10 U. 5. UUUK I .Mike, Si'li. ese. patcel post and ox - pros roidnr. was hound over lo the, federal Miand jary uud' t' $."i.unu b,, ml i yestei'dav Iv Commissioner Lions in l I,, si, .1 u i v-. . , 1 fi heiiri-H' land entered a ph:, ut imllty. I .lie was hrou'-'ht hack to Oltawa I iu-iiin last nit, ht and Indued in lho! couniy ja... I lie lenerai ouicers chatiKed ibeir plans for lakitiK him to Chicago today and decided to h ave him and I'on.i here for the pl'i'Sl'llt . SHOWERS PROMISED CADI V RtrVT LnflLI IVL.AI IILLIV W a s II ingt.ili. May Wrath er 1 1 1 . 'die ion tor I he w ei k begin ning ti'M Mon day : (In at lakes in gion Show a r -jirohably early In t'ue w.i'i', In the upper lake region and by Tmsila.'. day in 111" lower In' I ul 111! Ill Vt il' lU'J KWM 'X l'( gion, follow od Seasonable tein- by fair t h vi'C'ii It er. peralill'es. WAR MOTHERS ADORN GRAVES OF SOLDIERS Members of the War Mothers or ganiv.iiiion.il recently formed patriotic society vent to the cemeteries of the city this afternoon and decorated the graves of all veterans of Ihe World war, ASS IK inn r-r-r in i n in in 1 1 JOLIET GANG TANGLED IN COOZE RUNNING OUTFIT CMC OF DE FENDANTS ADMITS HIS PART IN ILLICIT SALE OF CASED BOURBON. BULLETIN. Late this afternoon at a prelimin- 0. .1 bring-, !). ''.illi i ii dtke, ww. nrresti '1 M.-r.!ii v. h:i sheriff Curt Ayi i's (iii'ixl Hk pints i if old Kentucky in. union whisky in Hi.' Imrk di' tlc-ir l ii'lillye touring ;! f. Hindi' :i n( sion la.d nivlit. im j rlini; trm All't Stenglo of J..li.'t ii. ( tii. it. mi niiil mlling that lib sold j seven i asi ' hc liquor in St rent or in i'l.ro oiiniin.i; to Ottawa. -Ii'iit'l. w ... .in-,.S!...i in .lulii t t i i . nmmini j,,,,,! ,n,if',ht i.i Ottawa tills a f t (Ttiiii)!: ,V p,.,.., sin rilT l'arwin Osniuiiu vlh A'rrnriinu to Krinus. with tin j I wo otlnr nn-n. .-ft .loli.- Thursilay , Ii,..-.,!,.,! for I. a S illc c-oiintv. , ,V(K ........ i i uhisKv. o rot u.-.i'd to li" sol t!,N niom stored , , . wjn-iv liquor .or i in hail an ill .tnlii't. lie c'.aitllell that he ('llllle , . .. w:)it.. -,..iniv nn.l illsm.seil oi i !iv,.n h(. in strea'or. alter Iwhiih he eaine to Ollawii to s' 11 the I ,;jjn,y,. T, ,.unty olli. iul w..r. ; i.., ... ,,,,, i,i, ,., ,,n .).,.,.,. i, .' .V.i , i... ' i. - i,.,.,- ,,,,.i, i,.. ... . ,j (u jt. A he.nii:.: was iM'.en the tyai late y a ' "IMi. n m In I ore .1 u -I ire o: '.,. l.... ,:,.rt! Knelii:- anil each ai.- '.eor WM was bo:;:.,l n, r to ihe L,r:ind jury i nni er IMIll irn:t : lor Vln alltlii O' , i,it wi.it,. in tlie nmrl I IC-ln.. s ....iir.,-1 ....rini-sinn to:lie til I'll. ill a ! I j I :i .loll." on t he piione. ! I , .,, ii... .,,... ,,... i., is.. i.,o i,.. .,.,,. l.-,!,.,,. ..,.11 .,,..1 1 1 1 ! i i ' 1 1 : m ihat tSeiiKle was' under nr-! food rh.-r whicii will lu n .-I ; Hint In- had obtained rh"oks ami ! I'b'indanl quaul n :" siaitiii I,;,:' iii:, i h:,,l t. nut,! f.ir lienor which l hey had sold, and ihat he was j lacinu a term in the fort Leu vet:-1 won i eenit etmn t . is ri ti l1 -, ni.'ii w.i-. voted I'toiu the story he told at the tine, o:' his arrest, that he pi'rchase.l ihe iio I't'i.m a linek near S!iv:i- tor. and mail., a i.arlial confession, j SheriH Ayer- ealb-d the sherilT cf Will coiinlv on the phone and asked 1 llllll. ID place Mi llKle niKK'l iirresl.t ti,., Will ,.,,moi- '. IT ;. nl..f tut, I i '"ok up tie. .is;.. A. Wilhelmi, who-.. license was lolinil on tile liacli o' IIP lie pi, yell 111 t lie ease j ktinns and llai 1 1 1 K w,.re placed Ullllel .ill'-: e:-ierua llioillllli; a i I . . , . ' ., ' under a it. : w 'st .tiI in::, i o i iock in i ne mint :-ai ,n-r. ; .. ... ,. CM or .- I irv .;,. I :or hi-.uy in the i.a.k m their s.v.- ! passenai-r Cadillac tont ine car. They ' arrived in O ia,a la'e Tiiursday niKli: aim fiuaiaen in no .., until l inla 1 1 1 1 , r : 1 1 1 1 . ', Mini's i lairns t hat st ein.'ie ;ii'rti!,i.iii:ii, t i hern t rum .lolii t to S'realor atal on to Ottawa, 'Vtur.i.d Hon." from h-re. Admits Loaning Licence. Juliet. III.. Mav a Special. I iieoipe na, inn. wno-e 111.11.-e jn.n was found on Ihe K.-inus car, was cantully ipiesiioiied by Ihe shorn; .and bis aids today and atlmi.te that , lie loam d the license to t lie men I jail ill Ottawii. although he claimed 1 ii ii l ae m.ii no Knowledge wnaievcrni ; I til' 1 i. ll i if f.ll.llg deal, lie admitted 'having In, I en In law in loamiu- i license plale, Wilhelmi is ihe front ietor of ati null: accessory shop, Kriugs is a car penter conl factor. j A few weeks ago John Ki'dik, a I Juliet niiin, was arrested. ( Inn ged j wilh being th" head ol a liiiuor selling ring, dl.; was assessed a cash line and sentenced to serve twenty day.. in Ihe Will county jail. While a pris- oner in Ihehastile he was ft eiiuent ly visit i d bv he trio in iail in Ottawa, allhoui'h 1 1 1 1 y 'Were in no way con nected with the Kezak prnsocii! ion. D'ANNUNZIO TAKES ALBANIAN SEAPORT I'ariii, May UO. ('apt , (Jabriele D'Annuiiio, whose "irregular" llal iau troops have been holding Kiiinie, ban seized Durn.o, the principal sea port of Albania, ami has set up an iiilnilnistrallon in Ihe town, accord ing In a dispatch to the Petit I'a i islam THE. DAY 0 - ' ' t Vj . ' aro . A r . p OTTAWA THREATENED WITH BAD CASE OF ELKIUS, A VERY FINE DISEASE STATE ASSOCIATION OF B. P. O. E. TO TAKE FULL POSSESSION ; OF CI1Y : 1NG A THREE-DAY j PERIOD CIG PARADE THURS DAY. Kt'e anolher edition ol in re Trailer - Journal appears itl'.m th streets of Ottawa, the city will be in I' 11 sieue of lilkit '; - .1 happy oln kv malady from vii'ih p,.()pie ,,r the town v.nt i i I.,,,,.- : None vi'iil'in the conliiM-s r t ci: y i ot Ml. .e u u ' o u.e coin. i"" '" d in ,1,1V i ii iinorr.His w en tilt' llliiio. Ilk . .. - s I ) - . co'e in is cm! inn -woo munit ' tor a ilow n :i nun ( Ii hree-da v; ' s!y ".... 'I'll,, ii r-1 .lideiriition i hi't i'i ar- viin;r by auto tmiio: ,"ov; onirnin.s. Moiulav lart-ter consiunn'e;!'.'- will mr into to.vn. intliiK lri ml on Tiie-ilav ii" I.:'.'-.-the :;r,ti lodpes in !ii:u-n. wi i.n in ea nn .-1 i;y i insw.. ISIUtil ' '"i" '"' ciimeiil inn o n ilia b! y will r',li i!o-e to the I .".a at k ;;ates and d"ott Man i- of the de'o' r . I' the l''lk deed will bri... heir .v; nd fainilie tor if,, 1 1 1 1 eel I a .- oniili'll. I lev lia . e hiennl mm li ahoui Ottawa and (Mia. -a i 1 1 ' ! n e "' ...... .1 , , i .... , miiiiI ! I I, n is ( .il'n- w no n. i ..i ...m i- T...I iv I I,.. Ini',.1 I -i , 1 1 : 1 11 1 ! I ee IM.I all invitation lo nieinli. ,s ol ; t. tir Mn ir.tl i'!i.;, to a't. ;: I 1 : ri i'i piion at lie Leal ril.h all' An ad: COUNTRY SCHOOLS PLAN BUSY WEEK Rural s. hoi. I- m ihe conn!.. . ishir.g up t :s.-:r yea i V work air ing t h-ir coiuim licenn ti' ' x Almost every ni-l,i imxi week nation prostrnms wil be in ld ii 1 . 1 1 I i school around Oltawa. ()n Tuesday 'veiling :!n- iniil Wall. toe .-( bonis w ill in W a i lace Tow tn bin hail. An It tl prot:ra'i! will he given in c 1 i, u w i' h I In- prereiilai ion ol mas. On Weitn'sd:..;, event! 11" V, Ridge school gradon! ion el. Ihe Kil will hold lueir a;: n-iM'i. The eor sel'oni will b" in Ihe si In "I house on If 'll.lV l-Vl'ii ing. June s. Several m' the tural s ikh.Is iirouiei Ot I a a. will unite tor commotio, ment exercises on Friday, Juno 11. A pre gram will I"- Uven by the pu, il -f the si 1 L In Iding thi,- exert i-" alter which W. R. I- o.-.ti r, couuty sn liorinti rilciii of si hools, will il.divd an adilress and present the pupil w il h I heir d iploma.-. NO PAPER MONDAY Memorial Day. falling as it tines upon Sunday, will be celebrated Monday in Ottawa. Business will be suspended that the city can pay homage to its dead heroes. The Fret- Trader-Journal, in keeping with its long es tablished custom, will therefore not issue a paper on Monday. F MEMORIES i'V, ' - i ' 1 Man nn lu'iiers and the escorts to atletul niRht. ''-'I or is only bluff. Therefore, such belli:: tin ease, it is nn io fvervimny lo pitch in and help make the meet - itifr,- the basis tor even an cnlareeil and improved upon reputation reflect - intr endless credit upon the city and the folks who inhabit it. Parade a Big Feature. , . , . ot ;nv;, to share in l lie ma or ,,, II, an I HO ll.f, iliiillSi. ,.,:.,. the com , -tit ion. Only the business ses.-.enis will he barred to the public. w hil-. the bin' parade Thursday aller- noon will attract hundreds upon luin- dieii: frmii all parts of the district. I-I,. . i- wl.ll.,.1 I , i C I : I I'I .,.,..,iv' i.. nVl.ick and w ill ,,.,.! '...' , .. :.i. I...,. i ........... I r,-a ine llll'll won liltfc'- , 'hi i iii.-, ii, - ... , i. ;i:,,,. i.ii, j in tin, linn ni' lieu'" ! fiiu ' iir m e "hands, drill teams and a Clll(i prophecies of old have for cen s.'nc al lavoui of real st HIT lor a men- 1 ' the June bride "was it i reel ileino:istruti,m. Stag and Reception. he convention miens at. S::lu p. ni. i .lav won a reception a no .n ii.-.c-; bv Cie Ameteiir Musical Club at Urn (Itiawa lio,,l Club for the vi,itint; in i s. 1 t lie saim V'1 he held at the Clks 1 for t he men. i Vaudeville will I of the stilft. one of t lie teal ill's At 11 o'clock mi ednesilay morn- int; there will b" a business session oi the association, followed by a ill' - -!r j.j,e (o Slaived Ruck. Deer l'lll'i: anil Ottawa ami a . i inn om dance at tne :. i tnoi y w n u music in M!"n' '""-" "' siiniilvin" ha I music tor i.n Ottawa '"! ' audience. 'I'I'" 'lo in:: business session and eiction ol officers will beheld 1 Im - 's - ilav nii.rniiiK with the i ntire alternoon heir, : t'.'o.eu nni :o Ihe parade. TO ENFORCE PARKING LAW NEAR HYDRANTS ... , :i.i'r ; ,l( (. ( ,l.(,p t ii if i ,...ii..J a.. ."' i (i, ,,,',) IV v';, nu.iy ' ''" ",, bulb'lin h ':;-'';;;: ,, 11- . .. V 1. ! iim nt (oitichient wid '',!,"' I,';','',,1,,. .,.',. ,i (.i,, I,, nihil litn-s on the streets which w-mld (IliiW the restricted areas. n... ... . ., ,. I-,..., i;.,,:i ., il,, ,1 ' i i, ,,, 'or, ,,. u 'ilos , an be p irk J""., ,Mt'i .i i u , d o'r tire ni- !', ,'. ,"n o-' I'-il'iier in' hi- irsiruc- i !. :i. i-i iio po cmniinindeil llieiti I lo ;n re t any and all oifenders whom ' 1 hoy had iolat ing Ihe rest ricl ions. I PAYS STIFF FINE ' FOR BEING DRUNK I Davie lib k-on. a boarder ;it the Lurlim-1 on hoartling bouse on We-d I . Mailiam str.-i. wa placed nn. let ar i res" evening about In o'clock at !h" rooming house by Ollieers Ri illc, and Fox, i hargeil with being intoxi cated. A , all w as sent in to police head ! (Planers, mil, lying llieni ol llici.sons i.litl..., 'I'lii imo.nilor In, u :l I ,:,, .,;,,. ,;,.,.,.,. T. Koenig lor a heat ing. II" pb ad guilty to th" c'aarge and was lim d $" and costs. " It Works Both Ways. " I I'.e bai'l'V ami you will be good.- jUbuiiy Journal. CALIFORNIA F.10ST OF FflVOBOTE SON'S EHPEH (Uy the Associated Frets ) Washington, May 29---Approximately $200, 000 has been raised for the national campaign of Senator Johnson, of California for the G. O. P. GIRL, WHOSE BRIDAL T LA SALLE WOMAN IN COURT TO COMPEL HUSBAND, WHO, SHE SAYS, TOOK HER TO HOUSE OF ILL REPUTE, TO PAY ALIMONY. .Mrs. Salerni Klimek of l.a Salle, who .started sail for divorce front her husband, I'elix Klimel;. in January, al legint; that on her bridal night her husband, wishing to keep their mar riage a secret, took her to a house of ill repute, where she was forced to cuit court yesterday afternoon and asked that sue be given temporary : luiiiuniy . hit ini-uaiiii in uie unsiuai j divorce- hill was accused of other acts i of cruelly. j After lisleninir to the evidence in 'the case, .Indue Davis ordered Klimek i to pay his -wife $:'tl monthly while her ! , :ISI' u'ls P"dinK in court and to pay her solicitors' fees. Mrs. Klimek has S( r,lr,,( ,,u. ,irm , K,.,1Vi Kl.llv tV ,.,.,.,.,,.- 1,,,,. in I...,. ,.;ISf, Lured from Her. Just six days, less than one year I from the time she kissed her newlv aciiuired husband Charles V. Me Cou ncil at the altar .Mrs. Ktta M'eConnell ''ired a .livorce before JudKe Davis I" Cin uii Court todav. June is .the in out Ii for brides and the legends iiiaiinu ami ueu nappny i'iit aner- W iiru. i im ever .ess man one year of martial bliss cause Mrs. McConnell to feel Ihat she would attain lake her (,1.1u,t.s ,i,w,,,,u ivini; happily in siusle A ,,r ., nii(,.l(,0 Kh.h was was able to lure the husband of a few weeks from the side of his bride, was related bv Mrs. AlrConnell, The ai loused woman. Miss Mildred Kissner. I NIGH WA WTH BAWDS SUES . was .,,, , a, respondent . The wife'1 am'"'iiia spent eight or nine times j . .... ,,,,, i. ,.,,.,,,. i.,. ,,,,.!ii much as we," at the lowest esti- ! i aJ, d's alio: lion for the Chicago wom ii ml of his alleged indiscrete rela- : , ilin . wjth Xm, . 1011k She also an usis, him of knocking her to h(. .. j,, (),.,, ,!,,. (U- j.ls, V(,;l. ., , ', . Ihe couple were married June t. . I! I1', in (leiii va and lived together ulilj , fil, Mrs. M.-ronnell : llivn.e suit oll j;1In.,rv : , ., j,,, , "' ' BELIEVE SOUTH SIDE MAN IS OUT OF MIND William K. Nelson. s.'U Hilt tree!.1 who was placed under arrest Wedm .".'.' e.eiiiii ,n nr iiiinc n iiuei oiWiticu mane nun imceriaiu as io ill.' I'oliee Crowe, charged wi:h ha ing (.a( t anioun . To Minnesota $1,500 mo-1 leated his wile ami rai-ing a ; was sent. , ' ". arraign..:, TI tness said "One gronp of ibh. l,r" '"l' :re T. Koenig this1,., students were hired to stand aicrnoon at 'J o'clock for a hearing, j at polling places election day by the Nelson was taken before Koenig Thursday morning, but seenn-.l lo be not nn nlally O. K.. so he was placed m tne county jail until this alternoon.! s'ince then h has I n .onlin.il in i '''j'1'1' ' I'.'' slated ihat lie worked ! ..-'"".. 'i""""" " nam sue,',, nuniiig uu.'is. Wine lie meant by rounder - is a niys 'try. A'l' f iisleniiig to his line of chatter lor a while the judge was con - win-el that he was mn jiisi right men i.illv. lie ordered Nelson held until iicxi I riday alternoon. He w ill I'1' wat, lied by the jail lepers to see ii he is iii line for Kankakee. N'eLon is -' ear-, ot age. - U. S. TROOPS PATROL STREETS OF BRISTOL (Hy tlie Associate.; rri'M l llristol. R. I, May :"'. Troops of cavalry and coast artillery patroled the streets today to prevent a repeti tion of rioting that occurred yester day when striking employes of the I National Rubber (ompany sought to prevent other workers irmn entering the plant. No effort was made to open ihe plant this iiiorii.i:",. MIS presidental nomination Alexander M c C a b t treasurer of the Johnson California organization, testified to day before the senate committee In vestigating the campaign expenditures of presidential candidates. More than 30,000 of the Califor nia fund was sent to oilier stuteH, .McCabe said, while in California about $50,000 was spent for speakers and printing, with little nr no mon ey for newspaper advertising. Contributors named by 'McCabe in cluded Henry Fleishaeker, $5,000; Will Crocker, $4,000; and John H. Kosseter, $2,500. "Tin' 'money was gathered in a statewide solicitation," McCabe con tinued. "A large number of state officials contributed," he said, "but they were not men of means and did not give large amounts." Asked as to the assertion that nine millionaires are on the Johnson tick et of delegates from California, the witness named Crocker. Fleishaeker, George H. Cochran and M. H. De- Young. De Young, he said, gave noth ing. "How many millionaires on thfc Hoover delegation?" usked Mr. Kan yon. "I have never counted them," was the reply. He denied any slush fund was Rppnt in California for Johnson and brand ed as "a d d. dirty scandal" a re port that $100,00ii was drawn out of the Crocker national bank at San Francisco for the Johnson fund on the eve o fthe California primary elec tion. Senator Kdge, who asked the ques tion as to this report told Chairman Kenyon he would furnish the name of his informant so that he might be summoned before the committee. Replying to nuestions of Senator Siencer. of Missouri, Mr. McCabe said this totiil did not include sums raised over the country, but be declared all other sums would not aggregate mora than ii few thousand dollars. "Hotween $100,000 and $125,000 was raised by the California organization of Senator Johnson," McCabe said. He did not have the records with him. but ogered to send for them. His es timate was bused he said, "on the last time 1 looked over the bonks." He declared Hoover supporters in i mate $.100,111)1). The witness testified j that Ono ot' the total of the Call ' fornia fund was sent to :he national I headitia iters in New York. He said j he had not been in touch with the i stale organization since May 4. Money was still coining In then, Mc 1 Cube tes'ilied, "but we were in con i slant difficulty in meeting the eaui , paign of our opponent." Mr. Hoover ran opposing Johnson. As to the expenditures of the Cali fornia organization Mo Cabesald. 'fi'VIMHI had been sent tn tmb.Tn.i nii-.li. ll,Iv t)m Montana; $4,000 to On'- itnti: $5,511(1 to Michigan: $:1.500 to So. I IV; $2.iuiit to N. D. James A. Johnson. of California. McCabe said, had iiu- tborized some of the expenditures t Hoover committee" Then ,!(! voung ' m, n got their lirst politiial initiation in his uplift campaign by getting money at the polls", said Senator U I. Senator Spencer asked a tues- ti..n as to contributions in billboard , ainerusing ami uie loiai oi jonnsoii ' tuiuls in ;i 1 1 pans ot tne country. "As lv a ,.., calculate these tlgttres : n,,.,,, has been $UOI!.OO0 in California j .,, ,.w York, is that right? Is that j , b t . Mr. McCabe replied, ."nHlt ,,,s not Include local suuw I vsiised about the country and perhaps I in San Francisco ? Senator Spencer j continued, "Nothing of any consciiuence that i 1 can say from my observation of the ainpaign," .McCabe responded, adding II other sums would not exceed nioi'o than ii few thousand dollars, and out side the $i'7.ooo a Pennsylvania man gave, $5, nun was the largest contribu tion. Senator Spencer asked. "That is right." the witness respond ed. Allen Wood Sponsor. New York. May 2!). Clov. Henry J. Allen of Kansas has consented to place the name of. MaJ. Oen. Leonard Wood before the republican conven tion hero in June.