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'SATURDAY, AUGUST 1S, OTTAWA FRTTO TRADTHl - .TOTTTINAL PAtl fIVI ft s OBSERVER GIVES THE FALL POLITICAL FIELD ONCE OVER Mr i. '(',' in .1 ANONYMOUS CORRESPONDENT SHOWS KEEN INSIGHT INTO FALL CAMPAIGNS PLAN IS TO GET SOM'E AVOWALS FROM RE PORTED CANDIDATES. Xul withstanding that I, ill prima r- ti' uini elections are hiiii aospe tli h tanoa off, campaign toesip is trail under way EMcn great Quantities at ivrh tapered repoftai arc gaining iolr (illation without anything appearing above i in' boriion in the form of candtdatea Killing as yet. to make uu out anil out BVOwaJ of their in tentions, "I'oiit teal Observer," an nnonymons ion cspnn. lent , comments upon itie fall aspect with a knowing- MM tli.it is worthy of tnorc than Or dinary consideration, '"Obiwrvcr" in Retting the vyorks started, hoping tic arbila to gat the ibuahai cleared of "lurkara" ami out Intl. the open, nays "Thc county political pot is already beginning to poll and much talk is In, ml ntiout tie' rnurt house as to who la who lit the race for county at flee. "While it seems to he a little early for candidates to announce them selves definitely, yet one hears thai bo and ho Is thinking of running for this office or that liouhtlesH the change uf time f,,r holding the coun ty primaries has tomethlng to do with It, since heretofore the primaries were held lu Keptetnher, hut will hereafter he held In April, giving ill' HHVurul candidate plenty of time to fix up their fences hefore N'ovenfher. One hears, -that the democrats are hoping there will he a lug light and possibly a ilit In the republican runks bOtVMgj the present statu crowd ami the old lxnvden organiza tion, through w-liich they hope to prof it. They also realize that they havu a very Hlltn chaBce of landing a can didate If the republicans put up a good ticket. Judge Mills has made an excellent probate judge thus far. no one has been mentioned as a lK)sttive (audi and Mi ' Ren N ttttefar of CV at, vi tint frlnad l ts Ottaw i i, w days Mr, Nattlnger's boj hood days wete spent In this Oil and he tinds no more enjoyable place to spend his v, nations than In the obi home town. Mr and Mrs. K. l' 'Knott left this morning for an OUtIng In Michigan. c i,. Qapen wi nl i Rockiord to day to attend the convention and re union of Spanish-American War Vele runs, In session lu that city. Harry llardln, Clarence Haley and Havhl (iregg me among the Ottawa ex-soldiers attending the reunion of the Spam -h Ami i lean War Veteraus' reunion at Rockford, BVed D, Scblnz of.dHpeli's drug store n turned from Chicago last evening, where he hail been eiijovlni', a weed's vacation. Mi; Ed Dw yer (if North ColUmbUS I I reet has n turned to her home alter ponding the past four weeks In Chi 1 cago visiting her sister, Mrs. U Jor dan, 111 Mis- Uaunla Auasera, County Pro-1 Illation Officer made a business trip to j La Salle this afternoon, Mrs James P ratlin has returned I I to her home on the North Willi after' ' visiting In Chicago. Mr and Mr: Cb irles Kingman left the, morning fur an automobile trip to Orean Lake, Wla., where they will visit Mr and Mrs. V. .1. Duncan at their Hinnmer home. I William Lane of Marseilles visited! friends in La Salle last night. Winston Colwell of Ottawa avenue I i Ited fl lend - In La Salle last I night David Bailor and daughter Marjor- le, Mr and Mre. Qfeorge Fisher and Qeorga II WoolbiTt, left this morn ing by automobile tor Lac Vie des Desert in Wisconsin, for a two week vacation trip. J. D Alachuler of St Louis return ed to the homo of his grandfather, a Alachuler on Kant Main a treat, af ter several daya In Chicago, i Jos. Alachuler leaven Sunday for a ten day vacation. He will go to Chi cago and will be joined there by his wife who has been visiting In Llg oilier, Ind, Miss Irna Metzger Is spending the week em! with friends in La Salle. ! Manb y Morley and Arnold Wilhelm of West Ottawa visited frlenda In La Salle last night. Charles Krandon of Marseilles wus an Ottawa visitor last night. a 1 m regrev on the beacn 40 COMPLAINTS 10 TAXES ARE RECEIVED BY BOARD OF REVIEW WILL CONTINUE RECEIVING OB JECTIONS UNTIL SEPT. 1 EX PECT TO CONCLUDE WORK BY OCTOBER. Pdggy Hopkins, former chorus beauty who wnr, s'.ied recently for annulment by J. Stanley Joyce, her third millionaire husband, is shown n iho Leach at Atlantic City whero alio has been spendnR a vacatifcn. fi - fa..- ' 1 -' gaw nJ St. Francis" Catholic Church. Hev. Hanson, b4.i r list avenue, pastor. Sun Caslmlr Miller, pastor. Masses at a i day, 2:3(I-J:30 p. in.. German preach county Judge, Harry Keck. For coun ty clerk, the friends of Tom FergUBOB be candidate for re Pom baa been quite sick to he out of his office liiue. bat is now much ' Miss Hazel Wallinuford of Crawl i date. I'ln- same i an ! said of the 1 Htdgc was an Ottawa visitor last i night. Mrs. Leo Warren and daughter, Hi verly, of Christie street, have gone to Chicago for a week's visit with ' friends. say he will nomination, and has ha much of tb better. It is said' that Town Clerk Jumes O'Maara is also aspiring for thl nom ination. W. C. Flick may not be a candidate for renominatlon tor pre hate clerk. It has been rumored that he will try for the office of county treasurer again, Supervisor Yockey Is mentioned as a possible candidate for this ollice. Thus far Robert L. Smith. present deputy treasurer, aeema to Lia the only avowed candl Uati for county treaMirer. Hob's friends feel that he Is entitl ed to the nomination, having faith fully served as a deputy two terms and everyone admits his ability and realizes that it was largely due to his efforts that tax collections under the new law have (been made so sat- Isfadory. For sheriff, Campbell and Frazier. also ter, formerly deputy under Davis, are mentioned. Prof, Foster should have no oppo sition for superintendent of schools, either for the nomination OT election. His administration has always given entire satisfaction and no better man could be found for this Office." Misses Vera and Clementine Martin oi Seneca were Ottawa visitors yes terdny. was 18 FOOT CANDLE IS MEMORIAL TO CARUSO New York. Aug. IS. An eighteen foot candle that can be burned on every All Souls' day for 5,000 years is In ing made hare as a memorial to Enrico Caruso, from the, inmates of an orphan home to which the Metro politan opera star contributed 110,000 a year for many yeaTe. It will he placed in the Church of the .Madonna of Pompeii at Naples, Italy. Antonio Ajello, maker of the candle, has erected a derrick in bis shop by means of which th9 candle is dipped thrice daily into boiling tallow. It win be compii ted in ten w eeks and will weigh about l.ooo pounds. Mr. Ajello has figured that the candle would burn continuously for thirteen years und seven months. William Godfrey of Streator an Ottawa visitor last night. Mm, w. f. Buckley of Ottumwa, I la., who baa been visiting at the hodie of Mra. Alice Hoay on La Ball Btreei, has gone to Earlville for a , visit. Missis Pearl and liernice Olson of Superior street visited friends In ' Streator a.-ct night. I Miss Numlllo Halm of Spring Val ley is visiting Miss Irene Halm on I West Main street. Dr. and Mrs. P, U, Stordock of Guth rie street left this morning for Mil- j waukee to attend the National Den- j tal Association meeting. Miss Alvera Scherer of West La- Deputies fayette street left today for New j Joe Hit- York where she will resume her i musical studies. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smedley of I Chicago, who are visiting the hitter's: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scherer. j will leave tomorrow for a month's Via- ti In Montana. i Foyd Leverette was a Princeton I visitor yesterday. ! Miss Marjorie Rickerd of Baal I Washington street, has gone to Chi ! cago to attend the Pageant of Prog ress and to visit friends for a week. Miss Fffle Doane of La Salle, coun ty probation officer, was an Ottawa I visitor yesterday. 1 Jr. and Mrs. Guy A. Karr of Hous j ton street have gone to Milwaukee to attend the National Dental Associa tion meeting, Olive Oil in Babies' Diet. Dr. B. B, Grthnm Of Philadelphia recommends the addition of olive oil to the diet of babies In their first two years, h Is digested well by most In fanta and supplies them With iiddi Honsl fat, HENTRICH BAND TO GIVE CONCERT AT STATE PARK A Sunday afternoon musical pro gram will be given tomorrow after noon by Hentrfch's military bawl of this city, at Starved Rock State Park. Some of the latest and up-to-date songs, together with several marches and .some vocal selections by Mr. Jus tin Jaeger. Buttercups and Gold Mines. With tunny renders brilliancy of Style pusses for lltlllleni'e of thought ! they mistake hnttarcnpa in the grass for Immeasurable mild mines under the ground.- e -, and 10. Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church, Prairie street. North Ottawa. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Rev. Father Hackett, pastor. Low mass at 8 and high mass at 10:30 a. m, St. Columba's Catholic Churcu. Hey. Shields, in charge. Low Masses at 1, a (for children) and ! o'clock, awl high mass at 10 o'clock. Kpworth Methodist Kpiscopa! (.'hutch. Rev. Hiram F Lawler, pas tor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in.. L. C, Brand, superintendent. Congregational church. Sunday school at 9:80 o'clock, John Q, BchU macher, Superintendent There will be no morning or evening services during August. Presbyterian church. Rev. John F. Voncki, pastor. !i:4.r) a. in. Sunday school. 10.45 a. in morning worship. (T:4!) Young People's meeting, 7:30 p. m. evening service. Union Mission Church, Fourth ave nue and Glover street. Rev, Saunders of Streator, pastor. Services la the moru.ng at 11:30. Preaching service In evening at 8 o'clock. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 622 West Jefferson street. Rev; H. H. Hartman, pastor. German serv ices at li a. ni. Sunday school at 10. English service at 10:4,",. Trinity Norwegian Lutheran Church Rev. O. A. Mortvedt. pastor. Sunday school at 9:45. Morning service at 10:46. Meeting of Luther League at 7:30 p. m, First Methodist Eplacopal Church. Rev. Hiram F. Lawlt r, pastor. Sun day school at 9:30 a. ni. Warren E. Qladfelter, superintendent, Morning service 10:30. Epworth League at 6:30. Madison Street Evanglical Church, Rev. Howard A. Kramer, pastor, 619 Illinois avenue. At 9:30 a. m Sun day school. Rudolph Clans, superin tendent. Preaching .-service at 10:30. Young people's meeting at 6:45; even Young people's meting at (i : 4,"i. Gospel services at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, corner of Jefferson and Chestnut streets. Elder P. C. ing; Saturday (Sabbath), 10-11 a. m. English preaching. All are cordially Invited. Salvation Army. Sunday morning services at 10 o'clock at county Jail. Sunday school at 2 o'clock. Barracks over 207 H Main street. Young peo ple's meeting at 6:iiu, Preaching by the captain at a o'clock. Public meet ings Tuesday:;, Thursdays and Satur days at 8 p. in. Special music anl singing. Public invited First Church of Christ, Scientist, lllti West Lafayette street. Sunday school at 9:30 o'clock- Morning serv ice at 10: 4j; subject, "Soul." Testi monial meeting Wednesday evening.) at & o'clock. The puhlc is cordially invited to attend these meetings. The reading room is open every after noon except Sundays from 2 until G o'clock. First Haptist church. Geo. C. Fetter, The La Salle county board of re view will continue to n oeiye com plaints for the alleged unjust valua tion of property until Sept. I, 'While lu man., years tin- board refusid to receive objections after the eully part ol August, they have decided to Con tinue accepting them for two or three weeks longer, members of the board announced today, Up to the present time forty objec tions to this year's tax assessments have been received by the body. As wHiti as these are iquared around the board will start sending out the no tlcea to taxpayers whose property they believe Is assessed loo small. It wa stall d today that the bom,! would not finish Its work this year until sonic time during October, which Is the regular time for the board to adjourn. After the board complete) Its si lalona which are held in Ottawa, it win journey to the neighboring towns to hold sessions, hear com plaints and make further investiga tions of property value;;. After the notices are mailid out by the board raising the assessed value of property they feel should he In creased, It is expected they will DO swamped with objections1. Each year, after the taxing body raises the valua tion of property that is assessed too low. a loud wall Is set up by the own ers who dislike to see their taxes raised. Change Your Key. The fellow who Is always harping on One string soon gets out of tune with the world. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. minister. 9:45 a. m., Sunday School. Chester Olson, superintendent. 10:4a a. m Morning Worship, subject "The Social Value of Public Worship." 8:80 p. in., Young People's Society, j 7:30 livening Worship with sermon by the pastor. The Union services will be continued in the Baptist Church j during the month of August. Illinois Avenue Evangelical Church comer Illinois avenue and Leland Street, Rev. R. P. Maue, pastor. Sun day school at 9:30. Samuel Totel. j superintendent. Morning worship at 10:45. Mr. Puffer will fill the pulpit Rev. Maue on his vacation. K. L. C. E. i at 6:45. led by Mrs. Hanna. Joint ser vices in the evening at 7:45, Rev. H. i A. Kramer will preach. MUSICAL NUMBERS ARE CHAUTAUQUA FEATURES The mutcal numbers on Ottawa's ehautauqua program are exceptional I ly good this year. David DUggln and Ills Scotch las-ies are sure to ibe popular. David Dug-' gin Is the celebrated Scotch tenor that the Kdlson company has been featuring in Ills Scotch songs. He has toured the country for the Kill son Illustrating the perfection of their reproductions. The main feature of the entertainment is the solo work of Mr. Duggtn aim salt with the young ladles playing an orchestra accom paniment. The violin, trombone, dar nel and piano constitute the orches tra. The young ludb s will render In strumental numbers and coniotimes Join the choruses. Their Scotch cos tumes add greatly to the program. The Venetian Troubadours in their romantic costumes will give Ottawa the songs ni Italy. To the tourlat traveling in Italy the music is al ways one of the charms of the place. The Troubadours consist of a com pany of four. Probably no program appeals more to a popular audience than comic op era. The "Chimes of Normandy" Is one of the most ppotilnr of comic op eras. The cust Is strong and the cos tuming good to look ut. Charles Link plays first violin with the Chicago Opera company and is also a fine singer. He has selected for his quintet musicians of high abil ity. Their two concerts will long be remembered as two of the most de lightful on our Chautauqua program, Alfred Hiles Hergen is the star In the Impi rial Concert party. Mr. Her gen has one of tho finest baritone voices in the country. Added to his Wonderful voice he has had dramatic experience, having played in the same company with Richard Mans field. Mr. Bergen "captured" Louis ville and was given a great ovation in that city. Last, but far from least in the musi cal part of the program is the Rus sian Sextette. From the land Of Rus sia we have received many musicians. The sextette will play some, of the peculiar Instruments of Russia as well as the universal. Their program will combine both instrumental awl vocal music. They have 'beautiful votv'rt' eosmm 'nwr weitr theblifh top boots peculiar to Russia. Tho abovo numbern are well bnl seed with prominent speakers, dra mati it ir- and -he indispensable ma ll i n. Mr, Shaw, to whom Ottawa 0 eg the pre-.ent chauVvmiua. bu had over twenty years' oxperlenoe an a producer gad developer of ohatgi taiKiuas. The fact that his talent constitutes the program Is enough to guarantee it. J. M. Garllngton, M. D Eye, ear, nose and throat. Scientific eve test and glasses accurately fitted. Phone C80-L. Hear All the Latest Victor records and Q. R. S. player rolls at the Hentrich Music Shop. CLASSIFIED ADS. (Mnin Want Ad Section Page Seven.) WANTED -Dressmaking und plain sewing, ladles' and children's dresses und men's shirts; suits awl coats relined and altered; orders taken for all kinds of fancy work. 814 Columlbus St., Burrows Apart incuts. Phone 201-X, Miss E. M. Orr. GENERAL AGKN'TS Something new; whirlwind .seller; "RF.PBAT" Washing Compound! washes clothes without rubbing; women throw away washboards; big profits; write today FREE package. KITTRKDGE, 43 Putnam St., Tunkhannock, Peniia. WA.NTKD Man with team or auto, to sell our products direct to consumer. Also men and women for city work. Mc.CONXON COMPANY, Winona. Minn. AGKN'TS Make $75.0(1 weekly selling guaranteed hosiery. We guaran tee $36.00 weekly, full time; 75c an hour spare time. Experience unnec essary. Perfectwear Hosiery, Darby, Pa. WANTED TO hoar from owner hav ing farm for sale. Give particulars and lowest price. John J. Black, Hi ndis St., Chippewa Falls, Wis. WANTED At show case. Co. once, Condo a good floor Motor Supply WANTED Girl for general house work. MRS, KNOWLKS, lJ07 Paul St. Phone 15. TODAY DOROTHY GISH "LITTLE MISS REBELLION" A whirlwind romance of laughs, love and excitement. Also a HAROLD LLOYD comedy SUNDAY AND MONDAY GARETH HUGHES IN "LURE OF YOUTH" COMING. "BEHOLD MY WIFE" A s AN INVITATION Is Extended to You To Open an Account With Us We Are Seeking Your Banking Business On Our Record 4 Per cent PAID ON SAVINGS Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 30,000.00 The People's Trust & Savings Bank John Garland, President. W. D. Duncan, Vice Pres. T, B. Kendrlck, Cashier. TONIGHT Jack Hoxie I N "Devil-Dog Dawson" real western tew Sunshine thriller. Also Comedy r 2 4 f Excursion Starved Rock TOMORROW and MONDAY MARY MILES MINTER I N MOONLIGHT and HONEYSUCKLE Her fastest picture. First time In Ottawa. n 4 4 l i 4 SB il 4 S 5 A Every Sunday Also on Wedneday Evenings and Thursday Afternoons From Ottawa, 111. to South Bank of Illinois River 55c Round Trip Ticket Fare War Tax 4c 55c Round Trip Ticket Fare War Tax 4c Half Fare to Children Between ages of 5 and 1 2 Years INCLUDES FERRY CHARGE ACROSS RIVER BAND CONCERT Every Sunday During August BATHING SERVICE AND TICKETS BOATING DANCING Tickets will be sold SUNDAYS and honored on all cars until 8:30 P. M. but special tickets will only be sold and honored on WEDNESDAYS for Special Car leaving Ottawa 6:55 P. M. and for THURSDAYS atarting at 11:30 A. M. and running until 8:30 P.M. Tickets will be honored on all cars returning. For Full Information Phone Chicago, Ottawa & Peoria Ry. TTtif illtff For Every Purpose and the right sort of brushes to put it on with and at the right price pi OILS VARNISHES READY SHELLACS LEAD MIXED PAINTS W. D. GROUND COLORS STAINS DUNCAN DRUG STORE. Want Ads The People's Market Place.