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"T' OTTAWA FREE TUADKlt-'JOURNAL.
TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. HIGH SCHOOL WORK rininiTrn nrrnnp lAHIBIIlU HLhUKt S MANUAL TRAINING AND APPLIED ARTS REVEAL QUALITIES OF SKILL HIDDEN AWAY AMONG STUDENTS ATHLETES PER FORM IN "GYM" AND TANK. Iliiiulrcils of n'oili vi iii'd tin- OI tn wit t(iMiship lilj.'li i.clioiil Ihiu .il'l'T liimil lo nil. 'Mil llic titinii.il exhibit ion (if wnl'li liilli liv I lie Hi 11 lei'.' s. Al tlxititli the ( I g 1 1 1 1 y whs ulioiii (lie Mum' size ii4 in )j'ivioiis year-i, liie Ki'inle (if U'(ii'luii;iiiHliii whs Hindi liinlii'i' Ituui ever licforc. I'tnill itmtliers, fatlinis ami 1'rieinh tnarveleil al (lie articles win. Ii hail lici'ii 1 1 1 :i I liv llii- I nys iiinl niiH. Tic exhibit will :i:!iiin Iim 1 1 1 ii lliis evenini; limn 7 in IH ii'cldcli. Tim luminal tralnlm; ami Hie iip li I nrt display wmi most favor. All Kinds of al l rail ivo articles of fur niture li it 1 1 lieeti turned out by the boys during their che-s hours. The cane inset work was especially beau tiful and was the subject f much ad miration. There was also some very aliraclive fine and applied art work. The color ing and tichniipie of Hie water color work was very good. The leather nielal work ami jewelry was al-ai Very atlraclive ami sluned crel!"Ml ilcsiKii ami eM'iulioil on the pari of Hie students. From three to four this afternoon mi exhibit of swin.'mint; and yiniias tii stunts wu:( Riven. Tin1 phy.ica! disilays niveii by the s!u;ie:ils each year surpass any amateur nianouvert-i in this part of Ihe slate The pupils loilav were said by many to lie better than ever betore. I Some very beautiful e-;amp!es of ; needle work was seen In the room where the domestic art was shown. ! There was embroidery, darniuK, ! patchitiK ami dozens of beautiful fin ished dieseil. peHP'osts and ether urtieles of l'eiiiiiiine attire. Tlie cxliibi of typim; and of ma chine 'bookkeeping was neat, correct, and caused many a business man to ponder and wish hi;; st.'iio could turn out work of t hat Ki'ado. MRS. MARTHA COLLIER DIES AT PHOENIX, ARIZ. Word was received yeslei d.iv by .Mrs. liert. . Kblv of this city of the dentil of hT si-ler, Mrs. Msrtha Nan liimni Collier, of I'hoenix. Ariz. Mrs. Collier was formerly of Ottawa, hav ing reside'! here until about a year and i half mw, when she moved to I'hoetiix. Dnrim-i her residence here she acuirf I a larc.e circle oi' friends wlio will be grieved to hear of her death. For tile past several months Mrs-. Collier has (men in a!! health. 1 1 or dealt) is said to have been caused by a. complication of disease,. She was horn in Prairie ('enter, in 1SSH, and nsdid there for -ver.il years. Later on she moved to this city and lived hero for a number of years. Surviving she leave-, Imr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fr.'d N'aumann of this idly; four sisters and two brothers. Airs. Men Khley ami Mrs. tieorne li.iuc'nle. of this oily; Mr-. John Ki! tor. of North Dakota, and .Mrs. Lydia 1'arrish of I'liociiix, William Xaniiiaiiii of New l'!m. Minn., and Fred Xan limim of (Iraml liidre. The remains will he brought to Ot tawa and funeral services will be held from tie- home oi' her si-dor, .Airs. Hetl F.iily, of 711' Webster street. Friday aflernoon. Interment will be intiile ill. Oltawa avenue cemel.ry. (Main want ndd Bct!'jn pan seven.) LOST- Clack bather traveling i cotitainiui' valuable personal ! pers. I inder kindly n turn to Zelle-i Inn and receive liberal n wanl. F. I ). Ill iCW OOD. LOST- I'.lack leather ba (vnl.ii.'.'n ', sum of money, gold watch and key?, l.ila ral reward. Noiif.v this oilier1. l.nST-JSatutilsy eveniliK. on La Salle street, a beaded handliai!. silk trim mings. Liberal reward is reMirno I to this, ollice. WA'TKI- Thre.' com iir.veis. three extra yard men. .Vi duesdav morn ing. fi:i:d sitikki k. FDR SAI.K 'I'liree ci.ws, willi o. without, calf. Ciill .'ifiil-X. KOIt SALK--1 1! piece Mahogany I'ar lor Suite, 1! Comodes, 1 Dresser and 'oilier household goods. Phone llL'll-L. ADMIRING THRONG i 3 FRIDAY June 4th PROMPT Alumni Party V."V mm Miss Kthel Sherman spent the week end with relatives and friends in 'hi ( at-'o mid i'.li'H!. Miss liolores Kyaii of Streutor spent the week end ilb friends here, Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Sihiiiiiinel and family of Memlota spi n( Suinlay vyitli Mrs. KH.ahi th Schaminel on I'luMps I street. .'disses Liiide OConnol's and Itose t)i( lieiMiu were I, a Salle visitors Sat urday evening. Miss Mary Leech attended the dame in La Salle Saturday evening. I Mi:-.-. I loreiice Wilson Hient Sun j ilav w i 1 1 1 friends In I 't icii. hi iinis Smallbone and Itol.unl l!ar i licit s.pi at yesterday with friends in ('lieu. Miss Man Marcelle returned to her lioliie in (')iic:i;o after spendilo; the week end wilh relatives. Miss Mildred lTl.t;erald Kietit Sun day willi relatives ill I'ticii. Miss Vera Murray of La Halle was the niiesl Oltawa friends Saturday evening..' Mrs. Clirislina liischol'f of Chicago came here Saturday mid will remain with her dnur.hter and sons (Inline, the maimer. I'orter Taylor was the t;uest of J. a Salle friends Sal unlay iiIkIiI. Willis McMunii cilleil on friends in I'lii a Sunday. .liiiiinle O'Neil of Aurora spent the wiek end with relatives and fr.emis here. Harold Maierbol'er of .loliel. spent the week end wilh relatives ami friends In re. Mrs. William Roberts of Leland street spent Sunday wilh her daugh ter Mrs. C. A. Claeiuslii of I'tica. Mr. ami Mrs. licit l.yle of l'lica weie the nuisls of Ottawa friends yeiUerilay. i Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Allhec motored to I'arlville yesterday afternoon. , Miss Vida Leech arrived here yes- lenlay from South Dakota. She will reside for the next few months wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I eet ii on Jackson street. Mrs. Frank Lcverh h of liock Islam! is ..-pending a few days at the home of her son. William Lcverh b, on Otta- wa avenue. I James -V'irejlio I Sunday to spend motored to Chicago .Memorial day v is i I.- j illL' relatives. I Mr. and Airs. Frank Hooper of Chi jcano sjiiuit Memorial div visitinn at jtlie home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. ;J!itrsler. I.n!i Ottawa avenue, j Mr. and Mis. ('barbs Hibbs of j'lrand Hidne were Ottawi visitors j esterday. i Miss Mildred llineliaunb. who has j been altcmlinir St. Mary's Mills school lal (ialesbiii'K. is spemliiiK her suinmer I vacation witli her parents, Mr. and (.Mrs. W. 11. HlnehauHli on Ottawa ave- jlllle. .Miss firace Aiarle Wilson, who is latleinliim school in ChiouKo. is visit- in,; at Ihe Inline of her parents Mr. ifitid Mrs. William Wilson, corner of ; Wi lister and Ku.-tis strcl. j Mrs Carl Cebhardt ami l ttle son ! Harold of Clay street, went to Aurora ;esterday for a visit wilh relatives. ! Harold Duncan has returned to his :home In Chicago after spending a few j idays visiting at the home of Mr. and 'lis W. D. Duncan on Oltawa avenue. I ! Mr. and Mrs. John Tliuniin ofj Vouimstow n, Ohio, formej Ottawa res idents, are visiting friends in this : city. j Mr. ami A'rs. Harry Todd and daughter returtieil to their home in Aurora yesterday alter a visit at Ihe home of Mr. and Airs. Henro Casser ion Webster street. Miss Helen Cnlwell of ('bicami spent I the week end wilh her sister, .Miss Llizahclh Colwell on Lafayette street. 1 Mr, and .Mrs. liritce Davidson of ; Marseilles visited the tatter's parents, ; Mr. and Mrs. (' L. (iapen on Clinton i street, yesterday. Mi.si Freda Duncan rteurued to her heme in Chicago yci'terday after a visit with her uncle, ' D. Duncan, on Illinois avenue. Iioliert Jacobs who has been ;it temlinj; school in Mexico City Mo., has returned, tn the home of bis par ents, Mr, mid Alrs. Kdward Jacobs, comer Ottawa avenue and Clay streets. Air. and .Mrs. Thomas K. Hill and son and dauchler sncnl .Memorial day visiting Mr. and Mrs, C. I:. Woodward on Pearl street. Mr. and Airs. Lawrence Talbot mo tored here from lies Moines, Iowa to spend the week end witli Airs. Tal hot's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Coble, on Alai nstrcet. Anna Leonard of Phelps street. motored to La Salle Sunday afternoon. Klnalhan llatlieway and Kdward Mercer motored to La Salle yesterday afternoon. Frederick (Irey. who has made bis home in K'alama.o i. Vichlir.-m. for the last few months, arrived here Satur day to spi ml a few (lavs with friends ami iclatives. Aliss Crace street, motored .Mr. ami Mrs. Sarah Whaler Karley of Madb-on to I'ontiac yesterday. Harry Whaler. Aliss 'alt"r 'imnierman. Marin Hariiliart, Arthur (incite! and .or. mid Mrs. (). ,1. Smith motored to Princeton yesterday afternoon. .Misses Susan Hollar. Alice Ainsley and Kim n a Tlirkol attended the dunce in Al orris last evening. Victor Hoisse-iiin spent last even ing in .Morris. Air. and Airs. P. J. Downey of Chi cago, who have been visiting at the homo of Airs. Carl Mick, on Ollawa avenue, have returned to their home. Misses Hazel Alockensiock of West Main streel, and .Marguerite ! irmly of Kast wood went Chicago yesterday for a vi-it w itii friends. Miss Ruth llaiinu. of Chicago spent Memorial Day Willi her parents, Air. and Airs. Fred Ilatina, on Ollawa av enue. Airs. Cecil Kuhn of (Jury spent Me morial day visiling her parents. Mr. and Alt's. Dennis Farrell, on .Mulberry street. Waller Petillon of fi.iry spent the week end with relatives ami friends hero. Air. and Mrs. fieorge (ioodwin of Chicago spent the week end with .Mrs. Goodwin's parents. Mr. and .Mrs. John TV oble, on Main street. Miss Dorothy Kellor, who is attend ing eollcKu In Oxford, )., has return ed In school, after spenditiK Memor ial day vacation with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. David Kelior, on Van Iluren street. Mr. and Mrs. Huh Iiailey and daughter of Chicago silent .Memorial day visiting at tbo home of the lit let's parents. .Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Harrows on Columbus street. Harlo Haer and Harold Hummer of La Salle called on friends here last evening. Den lilake, Louis Kastler and Itob ett- Cbalot motored from Marseilles last eveniliK. Misses Cecelia Scherer ar.d Cather ine Farrell were the guests of La Salie friends Sunday evening. Airs. William AiiCuuley has return ed to her home in Cenoa, Nelirasn'i, after upending the week end with her mother. Airs. Catherine Lmigau on Webster street. Patrick Filinaiiris spent Saturday and Sunday wilh relative in Chicago. Michael Diiieen spent Sunday in De Pile. Kdward Jasper of La Salle was the guest of Ottawa friends last evening. Vincent Mi Mann, Paul Dwyer and James Wal.-di were La Salle calleri Sunday evening. Airs. Lydia linger id' La Salle s; cut Ihe wet k end with Mrs. Fannie Tucker oa Ho Leon street. Richard and Jack Dunn of Chicago spent ihe week cud wilh their par ents, Mr. ami .Mrs. Dennis Dunn on Supt rior sliei'l. (ieorge llossock of Chicago spent the week end wilh his parents on Jackson street. Lester De lioli of Serena called on friends I'.eie last evening. Airs. Nellie Xeely ami sons, If'-x lailll leu. leiuilieu to ilien Home aii'-l j ; pi ml ing Saturday ami Sunday with Mayor (ieorge V. li. Weeks. I iialph lialley of Moline. spent Ral jurday and Sunday wilh his pareny I Air. and Mrs. 'Ralph (ialley in soilli j OMawa. Mb,s Ksther Ifiley of Chicago, has returned lo her home after a short i visit with friends and relatives here. Miss Kulli Oppeiilander called on I Streutor friends yesterday. iialph (ialliy of Moline. spent yes 'liidriy willi friends in Streator. AlisK Louise Keim returned to her Ihome in Kewsinee after spending the week end willi relatives here. Al. li. I utlcr returned to his home in Chicago after spending the week end with bis mother. Airs. .Margaret liutler on Clinton street. Missis Lucille mid .Mae Ferrit -r have returned to their homo in Oihdl after a short visit with Airs. Margurel liutler on (T.nton street. Airs. John I'.eide of Sheridan was the guest of Mrs. Dennis Farrell on .Mulberry street over the week end. Charles Klink of Chicago was ihe guest of Ottawa fri"tids yesterday. Ardell Andrews of Juliet spent the week end witli friends and relatives here. William turned to liutler of Chicago litis re Is home after a short visit with relatives here, John Sinnon called on friends in Streator last evening. William Dunn of Aurora spent the week end with relatives here. K. J. Dunn and family of Juliet spent the week end with relatives and friends here. Julius (lording of Chicago spent Saturday and Sunday with Air. and Mrs. James Cording on West Jack son street. Aliss Sue Smith Ins returned to her home in Chicago after a short visit wilh friends and relatives hero. Air. and Mrs. Freeman Carter Sunday and Monday wilh V.v tor's sisters In Lookporl. Mr. and .Mrs. .1. W. Mercer Sunday and .Monday with Airs cei's parents, .Mr. and Airs. Peterson of .Moline. Mr. and Mrs. FT. V. Wilson of Chl caL'o, have returned to their hump alter spending the last two weeks at the home of his brother, ('. (I. Wilson, on Douglas street. Mr. and Air':. Kay Foote and Miss Helen liisciioff motored lo .Marseilles last evening. Air. and Airs. Krnesl Crowley have returned here fpuu their honeymoon. Thomas P.runnicl; of Chicago spent Ihe week end with relatives and friends here. Missss Sadie Douglirty and Lortla Miit-phy of Chicago spent the" week end with relatives and friends here. Air. and Mrs. W. A. Donogh and Mr. ami Airs. L. Clark. Jr. of Aurora were the guests of .Misses Alargaret and .Mae Mora ii on Fast Juliet street. Dr. and Mrs K. K. chtdi'olter and children, Katherine and Robert, have returned to their home in Peoria after :.i visit at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. C( orge If. Wnollierl en Fast Alain street. 1 nonius P.rnnnh k of Chira spmit s Mr West the wis i ml visit ing his parent and Mrs. Thomas liiunnicl-: Ottawa. Aliss ! spent tin cr. Is Mr. lor Johnson of week end visiling ml Mrs. Charles ,b her par hnson ii 'finer Ol i in this North Ottawa. . . Leo ( 'ordazo of ic'ii.o a f' d friend! tawa resident vi-ilci city vesterday. Aliss Ionise Purr spent Me, in. rial Dav Jadse tll'd .Mrs, 11. Kast Main street. of t be J.' Chh'.o'.o homo of hnsoii on Ml w. Aliss I'm , lla iled at the ho i Hold of ( hii ago is e of Mr. and Mrs. C, W A. Lind 'iiiann on Weh .li r street over the wok em!. Dr. Kd. Ashley and family of Chica go spent the week end visiini'; :n the home of -Mrs. Anna Ashley on Van llure.'i street. Ralph Went, and daughter Alary of Coneio spent .Memorial da' i it ins .d the home of Air. and Airs. ndr I'acb on Oltawa avenue. Mr. and Airs. Fred Schweitzer of Chicago, isded at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. A. I.indemann on Web ster s'reet. Aliss Je. sie Nattinci f (d' Chisago has returned home after n visit v. illi GHICHESra PILLS St 't UK llt.VUOKIl KIM Ml. a VW-'-N T.ild-rn! A"l. T.-lll ltrtlt?ll l .f A f '. Vy.A 1 1 'lln'iU , lllll-...M..riO-nil.tA v'-J-'-jK ruu in i.ni ..i. t i. ..I.: i .e.ih.V cO'-. j"3 I "S . I " l! l.'-f K. '.. ii.V ciA i,1.') i'nt. in o:Im i ll.tv nf j hii v I I tlf IiiumI-". ,.(..r il:. III "l.TIU'M I i.. y m tinsti i n v mi i ii i .H. f. a., W f'S v.e.i.nif!-et,r.. t. Ati.tv, sciu.i.'.r K-r SOLO BY OREL'S! S tMRVWHLUt E L AFTER TRIAL BY J. P. TWO DRIVERS OF CAR LADEN WITH 1G8 PINTS OF BOURBON POST $1,000 FORFEITS TO IN SURE APPEARANCE BEFORE GRAND JURY. (). J. Krings ami Alfred Stongle, who were bound over to the grand jury on Saturday aflernoon und"f $1, OuU bonds for violations of the state dry laws, were released shortly lifter I o'clock on bail signed by Jacob C. Zeller. proprietor of the Zeller Inn. The men were arrested following Ihe finding of seven full cases of old Kentucky Jliunbon Klines' cm', which was parked in the mini garage. W C. Alooney of Juliet, who served as assistant, attorney general under P. J. Lucey, ami Harold L. Nichol son represented Krings and - Stongle at their preliminary hearing. The two attorneys made an effort to get. States Attorney (e'oii.-e S. Wiley and Slmi iff -Curt S. Avers to allow the men to plead guill.v and pay a line, but the local authorities wanted the pris oners bound over to the grand jury, ami later tried in a higher court than that of a. justice of the peace. After hearing the evidence Jil-lieo (ieorge Koenig bound them over to the grand jury. He ally wed John Haeiltke, w ho wti t arrested on Thurs day with Krings. to go free, when it was proven that in- was only a passenger ill the car and hi'd no part whatever in the alleged liipiar s.dl ing deal. Krings in a confession to Sheriff Curt S. Ayers on Friday night, is said to have confessed lo selling seven cases or 1UX pints of li.iurbon in Siteator before bringing the remain ing I 'is pints of tin' precious liquor to Ottawa. I Nabbed in Country j Fred Krick;,u was arrested Sunday j aunts, the Misses Klmira and Alary; Nat linger on Congress street. i Mr. and .Mrs. John Roomer of Del- j evun spent Memorial day in this city, i Fred A. lisch of Leland spent the week end visiting his farther Andnw P.acli on Ottawa avenue. Mr. and Airs. J. D. Duckworth, Mrs. William liowermaster and daughter and Miss Kmma iincliman of Chicago spent the week end visiling at the homo of Air. and .Mrs. Ceori'e liower masler on Third avenue. Vernon O'Neil has returned to his home on Illinois i M ime after a veil w it li friends in Chicago. Aliss Isabel Pel'T-ou of Chicago is vi: iliug her aiin' Airs. Otto Ander son. Cliarlei Scherer and family of la nceion visited Ottawa friends yes t' rday. Arthur lilatil.. n"lii,i has returned In me from a visd. jiii iriend in "It i - C.'.go. TODAY ALICE BRADY "THETRAP" also a Vitagrapli Comedy "SOMEWHERE IN ANY PLACE" 1 omorrow Dolores Cassinelli "THE WEB OF DECEIT" and Mr. and Mrs. Martin COMEDY Adults, 11c. Children, 6c. Buehler Bros. Originators of ( ul Rale IHarkils Special Sale Wednesday Native Steer Chuck Steak lb 18c Suar Cured Corned Beef H) 8c Creamery Butter lb 58c Extra Fancy Veal Chops lb . . 20c Dundee Milk, tall cans Native Beef F'ot I Roast 11) 15c j Anona Brand CoHec .... .40c: Fancy Pork Chops ! it.; .25ci BOOZE RUNNERS Aft RELEASED in front of thci Nick Nelson farm in Rutland township on a, charge of drunkenness. VOldi taken in charge by the oHicers Ki'lckson was lying al the sid" of the road with his feet stretched toward the ditch and his head a few inches from the beaten path of the road. Had two cars at tempted to pass at that spot the sleep ing mat) would probably gone to the great beyond. Kiickson obtained bis whisky, afier which ho went lo the Nelson farm and started to i.iise a wild time. The sheriff was summoned to take charge of him. Yesterday Kricksou was taken be fore Justice of Hie Peace Koenig and lined $HH.."iii. After paying the line he .was released. SOMONAUK FARMER DIES AT CITY HOSPITAL Alh grey D. Williams, aged Tit; years, a prominent retired farmer of So.n oliauk, III., died Sunday night about TONIGHT Tom Moore and Seena Owen "THE CITY OF COMRADES" A play of human interest that, von can't afford to miss. Also the WORLDS LATEST NEWS Tomorrow William Desmond "The Brush Hamlet" Cuminf.' : Return showing liv request ANITA STEWART - IN "In Old Kentucky" f c i S d c riding 'fTEHY Komnn realhss . at tk if is tlw day t,f :hr ff!y-csnt fo..T.'' you su-i.dy ur ci,rsc( d'Jlcrs for t: limner. Itut dvs vol wear well, t!u:t L.s r.'-i jiV. you ja.'j )..i'.'.'.'-;:, il is tiri c.v.v..-iil'iir.lcorjfl.-.tcny ;',.'.. i .t r.r s'i'r.d vur c:-ril vvrw; so .'".'-; d.'ilir tr:V uvr -its u!ipJr.-L::lv. f,urrfjO) Ct:!' ifvr.;i f:';V(7.."V(yy furttf ji,:; t,h..u: l'nt c rs' t wu lu. 11 ' JMETZGER'5 , i OTTAWA, ILL:. "STRONGER THAN The World's Greatest Actress Plays SIgred, The Dancer in a powerful drama from the noel by I. A. R. Wylie SEVEN SURPASSING ACTS Admission Adults 30c, Children 1 0c. ffiyigr'-y ' ' """ 10 o'clock at Ryiburn hospital, fol lowing an operation. Air. Williams was confined to the hospital for ten days. il lo was born in Northvilli; township April 8, 1MM. Funeral services will bo conducted from the Somonauk. Congregational church this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Try a Want aq in tne Free Trader Jour, al for Quick R Faithful F aithful service to automrjbiIei buyers sig nifies both help in the selection of a car to fit, individual needs, and ability to maintain that automobile on the road. The merit of the service of this organiza tion ii reflected in our growth from year to year, and the security in ownership we have helped briny to our customer-friends. Here your automobile requirements will re ceive the sympathetic attention and earnest co operation of those who jealously guarded the enviable service record of this institution. Mers Motor Co. Columbus Street Phone 125 ACCESSORIES Th e 4,;; ci or i ': of ts wotiii every cent, yuu pa uj. n nuuii it in Myle; '.'orlh it in comfort; worth it in v. ati.i;.; service. There is not a corsetiere in our corset depart iiieiit but will take a personal interest in helping you spend your corset dollars wisely. Today,Wed,Thur THE PEERLESS STAR NAZIMOVA Matrices 1 '" iiimi ' "ir Notice. Tim Ladies' Auxiliary of th Con Ki'egatioiial Church will meet Friday for luncheon and uork. Mrs. Arthur Snow and Mrs. 'W. U Welntz will act as hostesses. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S . -CASTOR I A Service Corset Dollar "F.TTIMO your money's worth" in these ! days of increasing costs and the dimin value of dollars, as it applies to r,a:', ii not so much in the price yri pay in the ctarment you buy. The corset you -.card after a few uncomfortable wearing ihu corset you continue to wear at the pris c c f your appcaraticj, health and peace t.i'.iul, h the torse t you cannot afford. c asm re you that every ft out La in CORSETS r - . . 1. DEATH 99 1:30-3:15; Night 7:00-8:45 J 1