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THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920.
PAQI SIX EVERETT TRUE BY CONDa . IN THE MOVIES ARTISTS SOON TO APPEAR AT LOCAL MOUSES. Today's Markets veiX KNOW 1 Pt?OM5Cj fVV, BUT Ui'RC'O RtlSY AND lT MtN AKC ALt OUT OH . -rZ. AZWT7TTT T7" I m I I MHL.1, ! "T l. ., w-j p-i Hte!. r-IT TS MAN UiOrt A WAifi. c r- OYCliLtS rlC-3 MARSEILLES MISS THERESA PHILLIMORE, Representative, Branch Office Phlllimore Building Local Notei. Howerd Bogle. Theron Shaver and Btrger Gulhrunsen uttended the hull game in Ottawa to day. Artenius Smith, of Chicago. Is vis iting relatives in this city. Mrs, Virgil Talbert spent today In Ottawa. 'Miss Areli'iic Norris. of Atnboy. 111.. Is visiting at the homo of Mr. and .Mrs. J. D. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Worrell re turned last evening from a few days visit in Streator. Claude Westeott has purchased the Mattle Latimer residence on Fair view. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Grallis and family, of Ottawa, are moving today to this city to reside In the house on" Lincoln mtreet which they purchased. i N Cuneo went to Davenport, Iowa, yesterday to visit relatives. Hour Adams, of Bast 'Molino, ar rived here yesterday to visit James McCulloiigh. Airs. I. Cumin and daughter Hazel relumed last evening from a visit with friends In Moline. Miss Mildred McOurdy returned yesterday from a two weeks' visit with relatives in Haclne, Wis Irene and Leone Savage Thelma Brown, Alfred Graham, Lewis iSniith, and !. Wilson uttended the dance last evening. UTICA Miss Catherine Chinski Visited friends In La Salle y ..terday. Mrs. Murray and sister. Mis 'beth Cosgi'ove, Khnpped In L: yesterday. Mrs. Albert Peterson and 'Mr Kliza Sail" i, Pete Swurison petit the day with Mrs. Hopp In La Salle yesterday. Miss Anna MurLih of La Salb visiting her tinclr, John ( arlin. Frank Smith transacted husines? I'M ' is lit La Salle vesterday. Janu s Todd was transacting bu d iii" s in Ottawa yesterday. Misses Helen and Kfhel Donovan i.t: (I Maijorie Hutchinson attended the i liaiilauqua yes'erday. Mrs. Jay lie Holt from Ponllac l.i Visiting Mrs. J, F. lllaki dee. Mrs friends Mrs. tu rued Week's Park. M is. .lames Cnssel and baby vlsiled in I. a Salle yesterday. James Stanlon and baby r. -to Chicago yesterday after a visit wl'h relalives ill Deer Alice Wheeler and daughter, Salle ves- Mrs. Fowlii motored to La terday. Miss Maud Hill of Ottawa is visiting ht-r slsti r, Mrs. Jack McCa.be. llobart Payne was in La .s'alle yes terday. Bill Fowlle transacted business l.i Otiawa yesterday. Hob Kills was in La Salle yesterday. W. Wllllanis transacted business In Ottawa yesterday. r Wheel'a Progression. The use of the wheel goes back to the dark ages. The first wheels were made of solid blocks of wood cut from the trunks of trees. Many chiingen ere made before the modern wheel a evolved. Hear Lt. Gov. Oglesby Tomorrow. Lt. (iov. John (j. oglesby, candidate lor governor on the Republican ticket Hi the .primary election September 15, nill ipeak at the north entrance of 'the court house In Ottawa tomorrow .(Friday morning) at !l:45. Don't mlus hearing Lt. Gov. Oglesby. He has pome'.hisig to tell YOU. oin T" Io SOt rr ' f'l Hurt in Bike Crash. Carl H gnall was slightly last evening at o'clock, at Injured; the cor-j tier of l'eati and Cnlon streets. when a motorcycle h was riding collld d ! with the Sam Montgomery truck, throwing Hignall through the wind shield ami cutting his shoulder and arm badly. Kotli the truck and the motorcycle were damaged consider ably Mrs. Corrie Funeral. The funeral services fur Mrs J. Corrie. whose death occurred Tues day evening after a several months' Illness due to attacks of Influenza, was held this afternoon at i':ul) o'clock at the home in Fall River township, l urlal was made in the (alktwiiy cemetery. Attend Seneca Dance. A large crowd from this city at tended the dance In Seneca last even ing, which was held in the new Snook garage and given for the bene fit of St. Patrick's church Johnson's orchestra from this cityt furnished music for tln dancing. Those froih this city who attended were violet and Verda Lee, Julia Morrison, (ol die Miller, Marguerite Kellogg, Nelllo Boyle, Allen Hrodbeck, William Lane, Arthur Oberholt.er. liusdell Hotlomly and James McCulloUKh. 450 CARS DAILY ARE NEEDED FOR ROAD WORK Springfield. 111., Aug. 21. Four .hun dred and fifty railroad cars a day are required to transport' road niaturials to construction gangs working on Ihe Illinois highways, according , to ti bulletin of the statu division of high ways. Assuming that II takes ten days for a car to make a round trip be tween the source of supply and to point of delivery It would be neces sary In place In this service 4,51111 cars for ihe entire season. People leielvillg or : hipping freight in carload lots, the biu'etin continues, will appreciate the lilthrulty the divis ion of highways has in completing this season's program. I'p to Aug. 1 100 miles of federal aid ica.l had been completed but t!5n miles contracted tor remained untouched. The loo miles completed is distrib uted as follows: Lincoln highway, Chicago 'o Clin ton, la 2t! miles. Dixie highway, Chicago to Marshall. Hi in lies. National Old Trails, St. Terre Haute, 27 miles. Chicago St, Louis road til Mileage uncompleted but Louis to miles, us fol- ed for on these same roads lows: Lincoln highway, 40 miles. Dixie highway, 50 miles. National Old Trails, HO miles. Chicago St. Lnnis, 1511 miles. Chicago Waukegan, Chicago through Wiiukeguii to Wisconsin statu line. 20 miles. This Is n total of tl50 miles. Contractors have been working on the Chicago Waukegan road and hav laid ulmui I ve tnllet of concrete which is now ready for its top. THIN KSFO U N DR YWI LL HELP HIM REDUCE nuquoln. 111., Aug. V.t. A youth from Aurora. John ( nine by name, has asked for a position at the tie plant at. Carhotidale In the hr pe of re ducing his 2;o pounds of nvolrdupoln to ti weight which will enable him to play football at Northwestern univer sity this fall. Crane Is a whale of an athlete, standing 6 feet 3 inches In his stocking feet. CUBS AND OTTAWA &mzs$i CLASH BEFORE BIG JAM AT BALL PARK BIGGEST CROWD IN HISTORY OF NATIONAL GAME HERE TURN'3 OUT TO SEE CHICAGO NATION ALS IN TILT WITH FANS' TEAM. l inat'or Miteln-ll ol I'ul-.s tolluwed tiy !l!tt string players, arrived II. K at 1 I : 1 ' ocloel; the i hicago n ol' iiis nr. t ele tin- nun ti nt t lie Koi ;v j Klaud to battle with Mamii: r Innm' band of kids this alternonu on the North Side lut. The Natiuiul hague piaw r- were met at the d. pi.: l Man user Liinii and several other meinbes, of the lans' as.-ociution. From the, (li pot tliej were (..si-orted in Htltoiiio- I biles to the Clitton hotel, w h re ; ii- j unloaded all of their l.n.-eall toi' i and parriiihern.ilia. j At 11 o'fdock they were etitcr'aine. at the l-.'lks' riub and an elaborate din-! ner va served. Iferzug. Flack, Merkle. Frilier O'Farrell and all of the tirM stringer hopped oil the train with a bir stuili on their faces, awaiting the rhanet to buck up against Dunn's lifterilliOU. Fifteen idaxers in all three pitchers, were in huskies tills incHilinc; the bunc'i. r were the i aner, naiiey ana .la eg hurh-rs accnmpan ing the team. Ye.; terday it was stated that Tyler would Were disap- start the game, but fans pointed when they learn t hat the I mighty hurler was not hr ought along. i Hut. nevertheless, the gamt will he a battle from start to finish, After having their grub at the Klk- ( lull rooms the players donned their hall togs and both the Cubs ami Dunn's men paraded through the loop, termi nating at the ball park, where they will engage in what is expected to be one of the best exhibitions of baseball ever ottered in La Salle county. V-pencer. the mighty hurler who pitched for Dunn last Sunday, accom panied the, Cubs to Ottawa. Spencer will start the game for Dunn's men. '(iob" Iluckeye, the noted Juliet hurler, now with the Chicago Normals, was also on the train, and in ca--e Spencer falls down In his hurling h. will bn sent in to toe the rubber. All motning long baseball fans from far and near wore pouring into the city. Streator, La Salle, i'eni. Spriiu Valley, Marseilles, Mendota ami otle-r nearby cities sent by delegation-; to (he gamn'. Following arn the lineups: OTTAWA: Cl'P.S: Passett, If. Flaek rf. ''lark. ss. Terry, ss. Sheldon, ,",b. Hobi'itson. If. Wolfe, cf -Merkle. II). Williams. 2b. Pai kerl, cf. O'Brien, c. Deal, ;:h. Wllineroth, rf ller.og or (ilniioehl, lb. Friberg, c. Spencer, p. Daly or Huckeye, p. O'Farrcl, c. Wrona, p. t Carter, p. Iliiili j . p. Jaeger, p. ONE YANK QUALIFIES IN 10000 METER RUN Antwerp. Aug lit.--Only one Am r- iciili Fred W. Fuller, of the Dorches ter club - ququlilied In Hie two for -noon semi-linal heals of the lo.ftuo meter Olympic run here today. The day became more dismal as the morn tig events progressed, and at 12:ib, o'clock the few little knots i.r spectators rushed from the rain into the stadium restaurant for cover. Four American luuners qualified in the preliminary heats- of the I u niet.-r run in the oi tuple games ln re ibis ! morning. They were Frank J. Shea. ' I nlted Stales navy. J. It. Mere, th. (New York A. ('.. R. S. Kmory. Chicago A A , ami tlenrge s. Schiller. Angeles A C. Philips the only Haitian entrant for this event, qualified The runner.-! mad.' slow time cause of the heavy rain which Los ( u-al-o . ,e. fell here this morning. All four cut rants In the pole vault event - F K. Ross, Clucaco A. A . K. IK. Knourek, Illinois A. C. K. 1 Jenne, Washington .State college and It. K. I.Myers, Chicago A. A. qualified for the final. - U S. Has 101 Points. Despite the unexpected vi( tories of Kuropean athletes yesterday In the shot putting and broad jump event of the seventh Olympiad, the Amerhan letini went Into the tilth day of the eomptt itlon at the Olympic stadium (today with such a lead that seemed they were assured of victory unless some disaster overlakes the entire team. With eleven events Mulshed ami fouiteen, including the decathlon, the modern peiilulthon and marathon re maining to be run, the . Ann rleatis have a total out of a possible 212 points. YANKS PILE UP LEAD IN OLYMPIC GAMES Antwerp, Auk. Pi -Although unable to win any events In yesterday pro gram of four track and Held contests of Ihe seventh Olympic gameu, Amor lean alhletes scored hiavlly In other pluces and added considerably to their couutry's lead, lu the three events NATIONAL LEAGUE. V. I.. IVt. Inclnnatl i;l 4ti 5Til Brooklyn I 4S ..'.t;s New York '( .'A. 1'ittshuiKli -:'l 1 Chicago :.; .ist St. Louis "it tin .IVi Boston 1 ," T,T .452 Philadelphia 4i t.ii .mo ; Yesterday's No games schedule Results. il. Games Today. Philadelphia at Pi : t - burgh. AMERICAN LEAGUE. U . I . 41 I ! m Clev eland . . Chicago New York . St. Louis . . liosfon Washington I i t roit .... Philadelphia i;.:t .ii-i .i;:i . a, ii .I'iS .4li t;i . IJ Yesterday's Results. Fhiladi Iphla, 1 ; t hieago. New Yot'K, 4; Cleveland. .!. llo'ton. Detroit. V St. Louis. Li; Washington. : Games Today. Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at W a-iungti.n. Detroit at Hoston. in which qualifying contests were con-1 ducted the Yanks placed heavily, in suring f'Mtber additions to their point j total today. ! Inti use interest ' marked the tinal 'race in the llu-meter hurdles, due ti j 'he i lash of Karl Thomas, the Dart ! mouth college world's record holder. tunning for Canada, and the Ainrt;- tan cracks, Harold Barron. Freil Muv j ray and W alker Smith, j Thomas Ihej up to his formidable i reputation, setting a new wtold's rec ! ord of o:!4 (-" and 'lashing to the tape ; yards ahead of liarrori of Philadelphia t Murray placed third, inches behind Parroii. Next came Wilson of New Zealand, who was wrongly named as j "Orhdau. I-ranee." in yesterday's semi- finals, and Smith, the Chicago lea er. wiio injured a thigh muscle two (lavs ago. was fifth. The other event in which finals weer heh) were the sho put. running broad jump and In, una meter walk. Two Finnish shot putters placed lirst and second, with II. Ii. I.lverseilge, the California, and Pat McDonald, New York police nlticer. taking third and lotirth phn i -j for America. MAYS GIVEN LITTLE SYMPATHY BY UMPS Boston, Mass.. Aug. Lb The expla- i nation by C.ul Mays of the New York Americans that the killing of Ray l hapmaii, star shur stop of the Cb ve land chili, was dun to a rough spot on the ball Mays pitched, which caused it to take an unexpected twist, was the subject of a statement today by I'rnplre William Evans and William Dineeti of the American league. "No pitcher in the American league resorted to trickery more than Carl Mays In attempting to rough a ball In order to gi t a break on it which I Elgin, 111., Aug. 1!!. laldie O'Don would make it more difficult to hit,"nell, driving a Duesenhrg., set the rec the statement, said, "tntil the new pitching rub s came into force which j during the lirst practice yesterday in put a severe penalty on a pitcher . it: 52 for the eight and oae-itr.irt"r roughing the lull Mays constantly : ml left. Tills is only thirty-nine sec used to drag the ball across thejonds slower than the lap record made pitching lubber in order to roughen i by the late Spencer W'ishart in the the surface. Hundreds of balls were j race in w hich ho was killed in !''14. thrown out every year because o this act." The play of the Boston and De- troit. clubs, w ho were terday of suning a at the point yes- petition to have Mays await banned tri in the game, today d worl from Manager Speaker CV iaiel clnl) as to bis iqiin the ; it h whifh killed Chapman of the ion of i at,. I hi on tlu ir proposed at: ii,m SMALL FIELDS IN GALESBURG RACES Cab-sb.ir. . HI., con! e; tid l.i a I s t lie nut in : : iir i acitig to '. nig! Ihe sixth ..it. r a Bird. Surimaiie Aug. 111. Six ( losely in the 2: i' trol at e.slerday carried the it. The Peorfin won hard linisli with Lulu 2 21 ti.,t. The Peoiian lll-e $ioo i Harris) . . 1 1 Lulu Bird lllolow Rami y Payne ( lb 111... ves). 1112 .112 Zelda R. i l!o hi, ins). 2 2 11" Klb-n Dilni.,re started Time 2:15i,''. 2:lf.UUi lfi4, 2:1". :' , , 2:lT'.a, 2:MU. ' '. 2: 15 p. no. purse $. Outl iving IfoAood (Curry).. 1 1 1 Ha raid Alonigoniery ,( Harris) . . .2 2 '.' Worthy Simons tCalrn! '! :' 4 Bessie Wmlicpi (Harris) 4 4 .1 Time- 2: 0'.i ;,. 2:10, 2 : lnf,. 2 : 20 imce. mires ft'im - Judge Mayo i Hauls) 1 1 ' "fill Axwoith,' (MeClasky) 2 2 i The Kel I Simmons) 4 :: i Vi ra 1 1, i '.ii in-1 ;; J 4 'linn 2 IP,. 2.11 ' , 2:1 2f .. BATSMEN MAY USE SAFETY HEAD GEAR New York. Aug. ID. Introduction of headgear for batsmen Is being con 'iibied h, basebull club owners, Mag-istraii- FTimci.s Ii. AlcUuade, secre tar iro.i.vjicr of the New York (ilaii's, d elate here yesterday Pi comm. nt In'- on the fatal Injury re clvu! by Ray Iripin in of the Cleve land American! lat Motiduy when hit WHEAT PRICES STEADY ON TODAY'S OPENING WIIK.VT londrt.w www w Chicago. Auit. P' There was hick (if pressure ;il llii' Mart of 111'' w;heat market today, i altsing initial prices to be linn. First limitations were inn bunged to 'if higher, wild Dec in iii.r $2..:n to $:'.;'.'"- ami March $2. it. Houses Willi i astern iriiiii ri ions were in tin- market early, mm w neit corn started ilownwaril tin re was frei se I iiiu iv oca ti.ii i'l', ciiimul: Min es to take a sharp dip, wjiiih caused commission houses to I 1 1 - on resting orders. They soon absorbed plus in the pit, and a rally si tinned the market. the sur t in and at the of e- Kansas, Corn was under pi start, due to rains in braska, Missouri, Iowa 'SSllfi part s and here they will be hi Si pi ember lead the slump, dropping l'i hi belietieial. lutures in the U) l'-jf, the lange being 'hc September Jilt cembi r " 1 -1 to was rather light. to 1 1 ;c low er. w ith to f. II'... and De $1. The trade sentiment being ne'e etallv bearish, with suiaiort la. king on (he way down. Tin break was i becked, however, as a result of some si at tered Inlying. Oats w.ie ott with corn, first (imita tions being down 'c to -'v l'f, with September tlT-.,c and December tiSc to lis 'si . I'rovi-ioiis were weaker ami lower w ith hoi s and grains. Liberty Bonds. w ork, Aug. I'.c l'rii bonds at noon : :t..s, ! es ot in mi Lib lirsi 4'4'', ';-s. - II; seciind Is second I 'is. st s i .'ii ; In st I, till! 1 1 Vn tory s I . fourth 4',s, s.; Victory 4 ''is, :t Livestock. Chiiago, Aug. lit. I logs, receipts, 111. noil; held over il. Still; few sales, mostly steady with yesterday's aver age; pin'pai.l; quality fairly good; average price yesterday 1515. Cattle, in. onn. Sheep, tt.'.iiun. Wall Street. New York. Aug. 1'.'. Overnight ad vices dealing with ihe foreign situa tion prompted extensive covering of short contracts at the opening of to day's stock market. High grade oils, which featured the rally in yester day's filial dealings were particularly strong with the inedependent steels equipments and motor issues' Ship pings mover irregularly, a sharp re covery in Atlantic (lulf being neutral ized by the heaviness of marine pre ferred and American international. Fiails also lacked a definite trend. Un ion Pacific and New Haven gaining one point each while most of the ju nior or low priced shares were frac tionally lower. Potatoes. Chicago. Aug. Li Potatoes Re ceipts, S cars; market weak; Virginia in the head by a pitched bail. Humanitarian impulse, quite a-t much as anxiety to protect the heavy financial investment in their star per formers, has moved club interests io consider hi adgear as a desirable addi tion to plavers' protective apparatus. Magistrate McOunde asserted Solid lit! n it st, similar to those prescribed lor naval aviators and those formerly used by football linemen, may be the headpiect s dei bled upon, he said. O'DONNELL IN TRIAL HEAT SETS NEW MARK FOR ELGIN SPEEDWAY ord for the Klgm road race course Other drivers to participate in the practice, were l-.'ddie Hearne. Jimmy Murphy and ( 1 i IT Durant. They did no! attempt, to show any speed, Besides the drivers who look part In practice yesterday, Ralph lv Palina and Tommy Milton are here with their cars. Th rt e dtlvers are on their way from Indiananelis. Ralph Mulford, Id rcy Ford and (I iston Chervrob't are driving their cars from that point of assembly. The only other entrant. William If. Soy mi. ii r of Klgin. Is assembling his machine in Chicago. All ten drivers are expected to report for the time trials today. 28 PLAYERS ENTER TWO-BALL FOURSOME Revival, after a brief suspension, of the mixed foursomes at the Ottawa Oiilf club yesterday proved that, mem bers of tin West Wide club are Keen for this form of diversion. Play, which was under direction of 'Mrs. Charles Irion, consisted of olio trip around the course. Following the competition and alter all foursomes hud reported "home," an elaborate basket picnic supper was served on the club house porch, with thirty guests assembled atoiind the festive hoards. The low medal went to C. P. Taylor and .Mrs. Cos May with a gross 40. The. low net .score;: wa re those turned in bv Mrs. May and Mr. Tavlor and Mrs. U (i. Cook and 0. II. Woollier;, with :I5. FARRINGTON ORDERS MINERS T0KEEP BUSY Springfield, 111., Aug. Ill President 1 Farrlngton in a telegram from Clove-j land to all Illinois mine locals todav ordered Hie mini rs to slay at work pending a meeting with Illinois oper ators at. Chicago Aug. 23. A utrlkc now, he said, would result in govern mental action. 10 per cwt, ."at. bid.; ersoy. Minnesota suck La l i Produce. Auk. l'i - Butter Chicago, urn hang ed. Kggs Unchanged; reeelils, T.i'S'l i si s. I'oultry Alive e ; . pntig.-. ,"7i unset I lei!; fowls, 2.S- WALLACE GRAIN Oats While or vellow corn Wheat MARKETS. RUCKRIGEL'S ELEVATOR Oats White or vellow corn Wheat $ .lit! Ill GRAIN QUOTATIONS Chicago market report furnished b IJ. W. Klrby, manager Simons. Day ik Co., Hoom Moloney Hulld'.ng. 1'uone 115. cobblers, il l ol, i;o-2.;-5 Ohios, U.lii-2, I'rev High. Low. Clostt. close. Wheat-- Dec ioa 2.t!T -..'!T t!.:::i Mar 2 4 I ' J 2 .".SU ti.il'.l l'.-U:. l 'urn Sid I.II'h 1 4 1 1 1 - l.ln:1., 1.15 Dec I :':"- bUlb's I.-U'h IT:"h .May l.l!';s l.s'. Lis'1, 1 Oats Sept ti.si, .,7 1 s -'o's .''S'h Dec es', ,i;;i, .t,7 1 4 .ti.si, May 7ii's .To .Ti s Cash Markets. Corn No. L' mixed l.riiil... l.5s No. i! mixed I..'n;i5 No. 2 while 1.5T -1 ..5T'..j No. 2 yellow 1..5S -1.5!l Oats-- No. 2 white Tl'.- .71' ' i No. it w hili i.s';- ,Tu4 LOCAL MARKETS Springer, 23c. Roosters, 11c. liens, 2iic. Turkeyn, 30-31 e. Ducks, 250. I'lgentlS. inc. Kggs, 4ic. Butter. Hue. Stags, ISo, Lard, 20c. Cooklnf butter, 30c. Packed eggs, 30c. Cream, 0.5c.. Hides and Wool. Horse hides, IT r.O. No. 1 hides, lb., lac. No. 2 bides, 14c. No. 1 calf, lb., 35c. Muskrats, SOc to $' 60. Skunks. 12 to $. Kaccoon, $1.00 to ST. Mink. 12 to 10. Live Stock. Steers, Block-, cwt., J ti-S ; fut, cwt. J10-12. Calves, cwt.. 110-11. Spring larnt), cwt., 110-11. TWO MORE RECRUITS AT CAMP ROOSEVELT Camp Roosevelt, Mich.. Aug. I!).--The final period of Camp Roosevelt. I the "West. Point of Michigan." opened on Aug. 15. Ottawa has two represent atives in this last period. Kugene Ken neth West, P. f). ISfi. and Wlllurd Clostelow. 7 Ciridley place. The boys are members of Company "D" of the R. O. T. C. division. They are good, .snappy boys, and the camp is proud to have these new boys from Otta wa. All of the Ottawa boys who at tended the camp this season have been fine, manly lads, and ('apt. F. L. Heals, commandant, has taken a keen Interest and a good deal of pride in thni. Among the prominent men who have been attracted by the work being carried on at camp this summer were Major (ieneral Win. (1. Huun and staff of Washington. D. C and Major Gen eral Leonard Wood and staff of cen tral department headquarters, Chiea- j en. Those men were ordered bv the ! war department to inspect the camp, with a view to establishing similar camps throughout the country, in or der that the greatest number of boys might derive the benefits to be secur ed thereat. Several novel features were intro duced this year, among them being the course in aeroplane construction, and the auto mechanics course. Hoys were deeply Interested In both, as well as In the splendid new rifle range, constructed by the Winchester junior rifle corps. Not only the l-oys of the camp, but. thousands. of visitors were attracted to the range, for it is the newest conception of an up to dale rifle range. Cainn Roosevelt closes for the sea son on Aug. 2S. Next year's camp; will be bigger and better than the, one just closing. The first applica tion for 11)21 Is already on file in the commandant's office. Hoys and grown tips who are Interested in the, finest summer's outing for ihoys at; the most nominal expense may oh-! tain full particulars by' communicating j with Capt. F. L. Heals, care board of education, Ii"'11 S. ( lark street, ( lnca go, during the winter, V. 3. Kyan of New York won th Olympic hammer throw. Hill of Kngland won the final heat of Ihe ir.no metre race. In the third lap Joie Ray of Illinois attempted to jump the Meld, but with no strength. Hill nnd the others easily passed him. Ray finished in eighth place. The American Olympic team seems assured of final victory having enter ed today's competition with 101 points out of u possible 2424. Bap of Earth Covers Two Acrti. At "Hoy Land," a school for boys In Snntit Hnrtjiirn, fill., It Is posslblo to view the whole earth, laid out lint like n map over ulmui two ncres of ground. Hlvers, lakes, moutitulns, val leys, continents, tind oceans are nil complete. The hoys rnu paddle through the larger wuterwuyn. see? f2sra : "w'1 i if LXO RALD1NA If you id, n't thi sotui I hing to bark about the feminiui nk Dorahlina has Up her Stat 'tliellt back being "ex- pn-s on t t ro t il re but ive" na.l the following f.'W lines at subject by the celebrated Me tal'. Of course the above pie shows a little more than back. Dorahlina don't cure. Here's what she says about the bail;: "The foe of woman has been call ed her supreme distinction, and her back her supreme detract .on. "This being a French phrase, like most of the French phrases, is wholly brilliant, but only half Iruih. The tiiith is that the beautiful back is a greatly aibb d attraction, the home ly back a forgive me -serious draw back to the ensemble of beauty. "Porn in Barcelona, Spain, reared in California, and traveler over most lands of the earth, it has been my privilege and interest to study the back as cm uipltieil in the form of woman. 1 have found it sadly lack ing. "Lacking in symmetry, liM-k.ng in In amy of coloring, but. most of all, lacking in oi'ressiv-neHS;. Indeed, yes, a back has the cower of expres sicu. There is in the human being no more expressive part. "The back is the mirror of the habit of its possessor. It is indolent, energetic poetic, commonplace or blank." POLES CONTINUE TO PRESS SOVIETS BACK IBv th Associated Prong Warsaw, Aug. lv - Polish slicees", es on all front -i with the exception of the southern battle sector where t'nj Russian soviet forces are advancing ir: the direction of Lemberg, are re pni.ed in the ollicial statement on figuring operations issued toniglii. Reds Flee in Panic. Warsaw, Aug. IS. Russian soviet forces ate fleeing in a disorderly panic along, the front between the Vistula and Bug rivers, where thr pnleri am advancing with success, says an of ieial sl;ie:nef issued here tonight.. The Poles are using tanks, airplane.-) and armored trains ao well as artd- lory in great numbers. At Novo Rl-iisk j e;ts ,,f here and Serock to the liorth- oasi ., .nun prisoners, seven cannon, I ttmiretls of wagons nnd vast sup plies have been captured from Iho Bolsheviki the sta lenient declares. The HnWhevIk retreat north and east of Warsaw, where the soviet forces were closely driven by the Poles took the semblance of a roul at some places, the statement reports. Oil Ihe extreme left of t lie Polish lines, however, and in the region of Lem beri; soviet advances are recorded. Recapture Lukow. Paris. Aug. i:i.--Li;l;inv, a city about lorlyon,. mSles suutheaid. of Warsaw, has been captured by Polish troops in tlvir counter attack against the left wing of the Bolshevik army, says the Warsaw correspondent of the Kxcelsior. His dispatch which was sent on Tuesday, nigjit, declares the Holshevik right wing iilso is in a bad sil ii.il ion. Tin maneuver l thi Poleu in their tin exceeding dar- count:'!' attack was ing one, the corre: pondent declares. It eotl'-'st'd in concMit rat 'nrr heuvv columns of troops and delivering a surprise attack against Iho flank of tiio northern Bolshevik army. Prisoners Pour Into Warsaw. Warsaw, Aug. is The Soviet pris oners are pouring into Warsaw In such numbers Hint it is becoming u problem bow to care for them. Fierce Battle Rages. London, Aug. Pi, - Fierce fighting Is continuing In the region of Warsaw and Novo (ieorgievsk, the strong fort ress iibtnii l'i miles northwest of War saw tit the continence of thn Vistula and Hug rivers, according to Wednes day's ollicial statement, issued hy the soviet government at Moscow. In the Crimean Hector engagements are going on with indecisive results, the statement says. Hear Lt. Gov. Oglesby Tomorrow. Lt. Gov. John G. Oglesby, etindidatfl for governor on the Republican ticket at. the primary election September 15, will s-penk nt the north entrance of the court house In Otiawa tomorrow (Friday morning) at. !i:4.5. Don't mlstj hearing LI. Gov, Oglesby, Ho hag something to tell YOU,- -