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I 1 I-T OTTAWA I RLE 1 RADER Established 1840 OTTAWA JOURNAL Etit.iblished 1880 WEATHER. Generally fair tonight and Thursday; not much change in temperature. AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER VOLUME ".--NO. ii!. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, EEIMtUAIlY 1921 I'HIC E, TWO CENTS fa . 1 c ja as to -ty 1 r m R SCI PAY lail s mm i rsnwrn :no in NATIONALLY KNOWN SPEAKERS OK t OF c DIRECTORS INSTITUTE PHI REPORTS ON IMPORTANT TflPICS CAYETY MEETINGS WM L nrMiimp por pon ATTRACT HUNDREDS UtlMNUd V I UQO to ottawa poR EVICTION FROM SECTION FOR WOMEN ROCK F : D M The Orator K TO sit My Shadow ot V Vy7 NOT TO ifcfc IT THAT Y i WVSllK----- f rt ootyrioH that I ; u'fi A6HATIN TH mihDj Of j j fft, A MILLION'S Of PtOP T'DAV Wtty HANIj THIS V.EATMER ON Mfc? t-vi hot. cold Moist or DRV i 61 Trt &LAM- ANVWAy I f- HO DUUoCjIVT'b IEGULAR MEEETING LAST NIGH" ERINGS OUT MANY IMPORTANT FEATURES FARMER 18 NAMED' CHAIRMAN OF AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE. HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE DHPART-! M ARcjE , L L ES W0M A N W MOM CON In; MENT PROMISES TO BE ONE CFj DUCT MOST IMPORTANT FEATURES rnv.r OP GATHERING wiiiCH o HERE: WEDNESDAY, f I B I I I - M I wednr -day. ACCUSED OF REINC IN D AND REFUSED HER I E TO HOME ASKS AMAGE8 FROM RAIL i I i a'f'' 'MSI m m a P ' w me ?r SIXTEEN HEIRS 10 SHE IN DIVISION ii rt. 0 MRS. KATHERINE MAIER, MOTHER fin oAv w'beT " 0F TWELVE- PORTIONS FROP for 11 . ERTY IN EQUAL SHARES To'sh Bt,. ' 'J, , HER ELEVEN SURVIVING SONS. pa DAUGHTERS AND GRANDCHIL- ; ' '' 1 DREN. I Ms LOCAL IS FIRST OF ORGANIZED BODIES TO SLASH WAGES Voting themselves a ten per cent, reduction in wages, brick masons of the city last niht initiated a movement in Ottawa which has been sweeping over all parts of the country, and, by their decis ion, have set a pace which, leaders say, probably will be followed by I. : other tradesmen connected with FORMER RESIDENTS WIN BACK FORTUNE AFTER IT WAS 'LOST' th' buiidine indestrv in Ottawa. The meeting, which was called for the purpose of deciding whether or not the men would voluntarily force a cut upon themselves, decided iinitiinnoiisly plan w;is iut Its favor wnen the ;i final tesi. Under intent the men will an hour instead or OF 12.500 ESTATE H AG E R S. WHO PLUNGED ON TIRE "STICK E R," REGAIN POSSESSION OF THEIR $52,000 0 N TECHNI CALITY FOUND IN PATENT LAWS. ifi r, Mr i. I drew and lui I K: Uterine Maler, I ,,, en lii in? children, flxj, 1 I Filed. Zf-llei . I' - the la mi r monej tie ;u former well u ho are now i' would not slid;. . Youncker, the in-! ilzer, diii hot know prevented the tor- j oui loiiiiiK their Hutchinson, Kan., 'ii concerning the i a( Bel pre, from During the session, In which opin ions were aired very freely, there were Botne of the members of the lo-c-iil who favored retention of the f 1.26 scale until the iiresent industrial cri sis is passed, while others announced themselves as in favor ot u return to the $1.00 an hour rate The major ity however Btood for a flat reduction of ten per cent and carried their point by winning the compromise ar rangement and securing for It a un animous vote. The wage Bcale of $1.2. has been In lore- since July 1. l!ll! anil passes out on February 10, when the new rate of $1.12 1-2 goe Into effect. The rate, it was announced, is effective for all classes of employers -contractors or the private individual needing the t a mason. it was pointed out, ' last to put in force ledule. Prior to July m April 1, 1918, the in hour. On April I HIT, the men rflflfllyjMl 7 I -2c an hour. The cut agreed to last night reduces the daily wage of every man connect- services I lie masons, were among th the post-war sc 1. 1920 and fr rale was $1.00 ed with a week. 'I him them res low the the union $i.ni a day, or t; included among larseilles, who fol lit by the verdict untarily slash its Add Chain Roto Assi Bri it t u Stronahnrst. l SECRET MARRIAGE COUNTY LEADS IN REVEALED BY DEATH OUTPUT OF SHALE, CLAY AND SILICA i i Real Farmer Named. Ihome Dependent I . i he! lion : ii In Tod Oltawa cago. I iiul lui port of th - and min i her COUII producei year thi iiehl enl rif Helen n failed to Oil Refining Men Cut. York. Feb. 2. Employes at i refineries of the Sandard Oil ny of New Jersey have volun accepted a reduction of one- their cost of living bonus ef- Feb. L'5, it. was announced here at the general offices of the iy. The reduction is equiva- ten per cent of their wages. i! company of New price of kerosene its a gallon by tank oline from :il to 30 cents In steel barrels and varnish makers' and painters' naphtha 30 to T.l cent effective today. York reduce tri m 19 to M wagon, motor ii I. EXTRA! unit ion. tool e of i i the state FATHER OF MRS. CARL ZWANZIG PASSES AWAY in i ii ii GOV. SMALL NAMES NEW UTILITIES BOARD. Springfield. Feb. 2. Gov. Small this afternoon appointed a new Public Utilities Commission. as follows: Chairman, F. L. Smith, Dwight: Cicero J. Lindley of Greenvlew; James F. Sail, van. Chicago; Patrick Moynihan, Chicago; A. W. Trovillion, Herrln. The .ippointments went to the senate at o'clock. It is declared that Con gressman Smith will accept the ap- Entertaln fienera ; .:ii i i I'ul m ii Mai Woodruff presid 1 ' .r Commi rce, .Toilet "Win n tlril Lake. Mlnooka, Friday. Women's Mciion. Clayety theater. !i:30t-"Thrii't." Mrs. .1 I.. Murray, RIoomingtMti I0t10 -' t ooking for Mi n and S 1km i I'liiidnm." Alius , Margaret Brooks ii-. tie Stparl Institute. Springfield Hall. Bloomlngton. Mrs. hi (leneral session. Oayety theater defendant I ;SO (Comronoity singing. John w the i HotT. leader. the n. 1. Address. F c. Blair, superintendent i, m p, ;-.,, ni public Instruction, Sprlngfteld. Ng jointly "Needed LBgtslatkM," r. V. Qreg . ,,,, ),.. hicago. The Relation of Home and School ' Mrs. C W. Stw 'l'. Otterbeln, Ind. Eugrni t) (ieneral session. Oayet; theater. riculture, 7:;: -CoouaunUj i-lhging. Joh i bans. Huff, leader, I Our University, Its service.' Dene i( , i, 1 ih irl I 1 . ; ' FUNERAL OF PEARL LACE TOMORROW STREAT0R ADOPTS i eountrv " rs- O Kei is' 01: 1 : . 1 , will entertain Imn lonighl ut her! present p i" lie .1. 1 . )! years in Miss I COMMISSION FORM r liroili- Bin alor. yesterday, Ion form ag was 1388 for the gltVe the nfononi ! Special. ' tton llepl he com ml: majorities tie greatest little liar ngdotn as weii as the r prognosticate!- of le so liy no fault of ( -1 'he exactions ol forth from i- on( r today - and an '' such a hum fete ' li'iiatic. Air. t;. Hog the open and return hole because th 'r'i fotlowed him and the count:; ' i : uoernatton. ,i,.;lsant inl ll i) HOLDS STATE CAN ROUT BOND llis Pal ISSUE ROADS. Hi : rele of - five daughters, it this Mrs. pted Foster Spnncjfii state to ri ed under was nphel at Murph) GET TEf 2. Right of the vays to be improv OOO.OOO bond issue y the circuit court t iy in West Members. Ta, Ivi :ars to life. Los Angeles, Cat., Fen. 2 Arthur W. 3'id Floyd L. Carr. confessed kid napert of Mrs. G!ads WitherHI, to day were rentenced to r"rve from ten years to life n state's Prison. Mrs. A Itherell was too III to appear in Reward Pnone Operators l.es Anu' Ii , Fab. A public fund has been started for the four tele phone operators who located a call Which led to the arrest ot the two kidnap- rs of Mrs Witherell and her rescue Monday after a $20,000 ran- som had been demanded. Mayor At. li0nP. Snyder pledged $2") This s in addition i'M offered , I bj relatives and others for informs- , tlon leading to the recovery or Mrs. v WKtherell which Is ta be awarded Pol re officials and others) 1 waived all claims to the fi'.ooo.