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OTTAWA FREE TRADER
Established 18-to OTTAWA JOURNAL Established ihko -J! J. JL .'ZT. i.. & J a THE WEATHER. t Fan tonight and Fri clay; somewhat colder to- AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER VOLUME M. !H OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, TM t'UsDAY, MAIM IF 3, 1921. L'ltlCE, TWO CBHTS hi JOURNAL SL a JJi A I COSTA III RUSHES TROOPS G JollyiAg Himself Along MEET Klfl I MESSAGES FROM CANAL ZONE SAY ARMIES ARE IN CLASH TOTAL OF $32,000 muL r n UllLI MAY INVOLVE 0. S. AUTD CRASH SUITS BELLIGERENCY OF TWO CENTRAL AMERICAN COUNTRIES. IT IS FEARED. WILL DRAG WASHING TON GOVERNMENT INTO "WAR" AS MEDIATOR. Panama, March 3, Costa RI a lire : i 'ok- la Ricii I'm ii Kioan troo ho -i ill) t lit' government hero Is declared, baa been al Punts Arenas taking mi troops and munitions, and ned in luml these forces on the easl era shore of Burtca point, h projec lion of land which marks the I'acifii i end of the boundary between Panu h and Costa Rh a. Chief significance of such a move , would appear to bi thai ii would in- i volve the United Stati it has hi i n I understood the United States depart nient of state has been resting oh i tin- Interpretation of treaties o1l iuK the United States to protect thi I territorial Integrity of Panama. Another possibility thai the United States may become involved is found I f in reports that Costa Rica is reinfore Iiik lir garrisons .it thi Atlantic end I, of iho frontier, The United (fruit Co. r owns extensive banana plantation iiml baa railroads extending southea t from Puerto Lliuon Into Panama It .1 LA SALLE BOY SEEKS $20 000 FOR INJURIES RECEIVED WHEN KNOCKED DOWN AND INJURED 13V J A. EISELE, A LA SALLE RESIDENT, i fig -Ssi '-. ' vc -' .rcsatfHs52r . ijL, MP RAN PART IN nnAMTIMr niM TO WAR MOTHERS TO iiiTniinniin hit K KULtO BANQUET EX-YANKS ft U I U IYI U D I L tu 1111 r i i , . k , i 1 11 WILSON FORMS LAW PARTNERSHIP WITH SECRETARY COLBY HELP HEALTH GIF BLOCK CONTAGION R. W. A. PIKE SAYS ISOLATION OF SMALL POX AND SCARLET FEVER PREVENTS MALADIES FROM BECOMING EPIDEMIC. AT CORNER; BOTH ARE BADLY JAMMED UP MACHINES DRIVEN BY JULE WID EMAN AND WILLIAM KNOLL SMASHED IN COLLISION AT CORNER OF MAIN AND FIL MORE STREETS. GIVEN UNTIL MONDAY AT NOON TO ACCEPT OR FACE JRVASION London, Mar. h v Germany was today given until Monday noon to accept the fundamental con Ktions laid down In the sup) erne allied council at Paris. The German del FY Qfll (11 F P Q PI AY thfaTlieTrepTentative L UULUILIlU i Ln I h ' if Germany does not ac- rtpt those terms the allies will take immediate steps to enforce the rule as follows: May Occupy Rich Region. The first will be the occupa tion bj the allied troops of the cities of Dulsberg, Dussefdbrf ;hii the Ruhrdorf region of tier many, which contain Important mines and Iron plants. Second, each allied country win place such ,i tax on German merchandise as it may deem proper. Third, a customs boundary line along the hine, under allied con trol will be established, The German delegation was Inform il thin tin- onlv mnrtlflentlnn nf thu four principals served in Paris reparation decisions permitted army. !" Germany would be us regarded conditions of payment, such us a re I duct ion oi iiic period of annuities ,. I from 42 to 30 years roiir loniii'i overseas soldiers are ., , Ignore Counter Proposals. fiBUfln8 P"mlneatl In .1 riminal , !oun"ter propoBala wWcg wpn! ,,. trial now on in the Circuit Court. mitted to the allies on Tuesday, were The quartet who are now in the lime- nt susceptible of examinatiot) Pre- ,,, mier Lloyd Georse told Dr. Walter Simons, head of the German delega tion in Bubstance. after today's sfes- w- slon oi the conference hal assembled ly I at st James Palace at noon. 11 ; Mr. Lloyd George said the attitude taker I" the German emipre regard ir ing teparatlons was in addKlon a at I grave violation of the obligartotts cf rk Germany toward the allies. He re- nded the German representatives ly I that their government had not t'ul id filled the treaty of Versalles relative ir to oral deliveries, disaramment, the I payment of twenty billion marks in gold and the punishment of German e officers and soldiers accused of r ! Germany, added the British prime ,'i minister, in refusing to accept the v otiression- proposed by the allies n i with regs d to the reparations had e I by the same act renounced the ad- vantages granted her :it the previous T PERJ U RY HEARING WERE ARMY TITLES USED. PRO CEEDINGS BEFORE JUDGE EL DREDGE AND JURY WOULD SOUND MORE LIKE A COURT MARTIAL THAN STATE CASE linht are Peter Auler, the defendant who is on tiini on ii perjury charge. Attorney Thomas O'Meare, his law yer; States s Attorney Harry I- Kell and Assistant States AttomeS with tin erent h trough! tetary nl state. Tlic ..announce the White Hous statement : "President VV'll nouncement todai tl partnership wit of suite. Balnb Will hav I: Washington." The autumn peeled. Will I'i one of Wilson he went to Baltimore to take up post 8wane graduate work at John Hopkins and n Turner practiced some in that city. Mr, Wil Vfonroe T son did not remain long at the prae- . ( B, tice of law for In 1885 he began his i ;, 3 ,. career as a college professor, taking the dpfoni the chair of history ami political econ- the nlafnl at Hryn Mawr. From that time until I of I'ind in he left the field of college work and an aerecn became governor of .New Jersey, he snecities did not figure in the practice of law, declar Probably tto announcement of any the land nature has surprised Washington - Ad F more in recent months The Prct'l Tli Rrn dent's friends were in the dark as to tlon of 1 I his plans, as was tin public, up 'to tho HUinnsit -ii .iiiuotuicttiient. The prpsumption :.- afternoon the firm will engage principally In In and Krank ternationul law and collateral work i. 'n COMPLETE JURY TO TRY CARL WANDERER Chicago. March :! Jury sva ci m- , pleted today to trj Carl Wanderei tor the murder of the ' ran:, d it anger" whom he hired to stage tl fal holdup 1 A pet it i. al the time he shot his wife Alienist tlon in the examined Wanderer tin, afternoon. I .a s.r LONDON HEARS SOVIETS PUT DOWN REVOLUTION VOLSTEAD DEFENDS m IN REPORT TO LOWER HOUSE iHAIRMAN OF JUDICIARY COM MITTEE THAT HEARD IM PEACHMENT PROCEEDING SAYS FEDERAL JURIST VIOLATED NO LAW IN TAKING BASEBALL JOB. Mr irdaj ; in 11 court adjourned for t 11 . latemen been tnadi M rne 11. P. j spoke ' ! and A 1 Thomas o'Meura for the defen HEART CAUSES DEATH OF MRS. WADSWORTH irge then, on behalf of unced the ultimatum. M isunderstoori. yd George had finish' for the Germans, said 1 the German govern quite misunderstood, egation he said would ii-i d the c.er Vo occasion its set forth mans would ler's speech most care- w Ith B 1 1 108 . iritish allied g for osals. e re- 1 mpt Berlin Shows N'o Ar e 111 rent 10th en-nta- ?ts Fo''d Bang. HUMBOLDT LODGE TO SPRING BIG SURPRISE m thi tat mg 11 furnin In ' oitnaon ; city, reqal l.otiilon. Mi eeiv.d Nl l e n o t govern that 1! B Rl hal e rd State P.r,r Member. U - ' in, ie, th oil was : Mus, hell the .am.atinli. Refuse.) Sewi Saini;.,n mi "' ,'" 1 whk permitt. il .1 noer of. aides otttside thi 1 the HwthaM . Ldward Dougherty. N 'I he did not se.. w ! It whose home v,i tl orate limits had to w it h the mains paid 1 Ithin the clt) horde took the same i. i ording to Mr OoUf that stone conned a 1 wer, from where t he emptied into 1 n lives nl ;S ,,. that I . li the 1 ow ned Ii ''''' .ml for a block away, a and headlight smasbt Masonic efllng will act terlocter, v Meivio alter wil Heigh way show t o'clock will Mr; Hatlitt'S Funeral. The tunnral of the 1st) Mrs John tzlftt will '.ike place at the faltiilv -1 lent -i.ti. Columbus street. hs rroa afteraooa at . 34 o'clock.