OTTAWA RltfliB TKADKII - .TOI HN AL
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1921.
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$198,000 ESTATE IS forf&fefi
LEFT BY WEALTHY
BOY SCOUTS LEARN
"CO-OP." STORES AGENT! TRINITY LUTH. CHURCH KU KLUX SYMBOLS
CLASSIFIED AS MYTH i PLANS SACRED CONCERT, AT RIOT VICTIM'S RITES
PROPERTY OF LATE CHRISTIAN
WALLING LEFT IN TRUST FOR
CHILDREN. WITH PROVISION
THAT TITLE EVENTUALLY
REST IN GRANDCHILDREN.
niKposiiiK if in Batata valued .'i
liitK.iMHt, the will of tii' lata Christian
Walling, waalthj Ransom agricultur
1st, wiiH Bled for probata late yea tar
cluy. Mr. jiIIIiik died al St Mary'
hospitui in Btraatur on sopt. 27.
His estate cone lata of tana landi
in Illinois, South Dacota and i mi i;i iu
and a city lot in RaBBom, ralut d al
ii totul of lO7,000, :.nri slum s In n
elevator company and pi n inal prOp
ert) worth H,(M
By the t'-rms of the will all H ;
tatf oea to hi willow, children and
grandchildren. A clause provide
that If any or the heirs try to ael
aside the teatamenl their share 1 hail
he divided equally iciceii tne outers
The win was drawn 001
and was wltnosai d b) D A
and Oeorga W. RJss of stu
the lorma of the a 111 bli on
V. and William A. Walling,
d a executors,
Tlio widow. Mra. Mary A
Is left all p-rsoniil property,
A daughter, Mrs. Anna Punk Kep
ler of Howard, 111., is left 10 aerea 1 1
South Dakota land tor bar lifetime
At hr death th' land Ii i" be dlvldeo
bataneea her children ir the diet
without chiidn a it is to be equally dl
vided between the testator's grand-
Another daughter, Mrs Loujsc Gray
t( Kowln. Ind.. 1- left l'ln aerea Oi
Indiana I mid. under the same ti rtns
.Mrs. Kepler recelvea her Inheritance
A aoa, Charles W. Wallinf of Hun
soil). Is lift one i 1 1; 111.- acre tract. twv
forty acre tracts and an uneatimated
piece of land, all in ! a Salle COUnt)
for hi? lifetime, At this death it is
to kd t;i 'lis children, and if Iip dies
without issue the property is to le
divided between all the grandchildren
Of the testator exci pt William Kirn
In eiiial shares. The BOO il tO W
his mother $325 annually during her
I'nder exactly the same terms a
the equity Charles Walling receives,
unothfr son. William, receives 160
aeres end an unestimatcd tract o'
land In Lit Salle i punty.
The same terms era also made for
the shire Of another .-on, Andrew. Who
will receive MO acres and a smaller
ant rtlmated tract of La Salle county
A duiiRliu r. Mrs Christina Han. en
of Kow'ler. Iml.. is to receive 240 aeie.
Of land In Venton county. Indiana, nr.
dr the same terms her brothers re
ceive their legacies, except that she Is
to pay her mother $4i" annually dur
ing her lifetime.
Elevator Co. Sues Farmers.
Two $l,00n assumpsit suits were
started In the circuit court today by
the Rutland Fanners' Grata A Supply
Co. The first action Is brought
gainst John ,T. McMillan and the
second against William ThetBS.
KENY01N WOULD GIVE
PRESIDENT POWER TO
SEIZE COAL MINES
(Hkhi of Streator
M In Ottawa today
Coll man of l.a Balls
J. J. MoDormotl was a passenger to
( hit ago this moi olng,
Mr ami Mrs Olio Marten ,,1 Hay
toii township are the parents of a baby
daughter horn thin morning.
Winston Col wall visited friends In
La Salle last night,
Mr. and Mis. I harles Hrown, 1881
Illinois avenue, are the parents of a
babj daughter horn this morning a.
Mr. lad Mrs I' Bale da, W
Marquette street, are the parents of
a huliv son horn this morning at Ity
I hi i ii hospital,
Atlorni y B, N
Mayor Peter B
was an Ottawa visitor today.
Kiun r Hitter of West .Main street
went to Decatur today to attend the
American Legion convention,
Dr. w. r. Weeae baa refcurni l home
tnnn Indianapolis, where he attended
the American life Insurance conven
tion. Mr. unci Mrs Samuel Cohh of Co-
Iambus, Ohio, are the parents of
baby ion horn yeaterday, The baby
has been named Charles Caton Cobb,
Mm Cohh was before tier marriage
Miss charlotte i aton. a former faculty
member of the Ottawa High school,
I s. n. Bradford has returned borne
1 from Indianapolis alter attending th
national insurance convention,
James Vlrgillo and Bruno Blanch!
! lefl yesterday afternoon for Chicago
i en route to New York, whelo they
I will sail for Kurope for a live months'
Miss Anne C Hath' Aav was a
Streator visitor this afternoon.
Neil Burns of Chicago, a former
Ottawan. is spending the week end
i visiting friends here.
ST. FRANCIS OPENS
FIRST AIO METHODS
The Forty Hours Devotio-n In hon
or of the Most Blessed Sacrament
' will open at st Prancla' church on
j the west Bide tomorrow with ii sol
; rata high mass at 1" a. m. Re?. Hen
ry P. Relmbold, c. ss. u.. of Detroit.
' will have charge of the services and
1 HI preach all 'h" sermons linme-
tnlately after th" blgb BUBS tomor
row procession with Hissed Sacra
' ment will be held. Tomorrow night
j at 7::iu puldic recit ation of the Bos
; ary, sermon and henediction. The
I first mass on Monday and Tuesday
; morninga will be read al i o'clock,
I and at 8 high maaa will bo chanted.
followed by sermon. Mondav night
i at 1:ZO, Roaary, sermon and henedic
! tion. On Tuesday nigbi at 7:30 sol
emn conclusion of the Triduum, with
' sermon, procesBion, chanting of the
j litanies ami beoedlotion. Confea-
t siona will be heard on Sunday and
' MOnda) afternoons from until 5:30
ami mi ; l io eveninae after services.
YOUNG LEADS WED TO
: Parle; Prance; October x William
I B. Leeds Jr.. son of PrlncOBS Astasia
! of Greece, and the late William B,
Leeds the tinplate kini; of Richmond,
! lud.. and Princess Xeniu, niece of
King Constantine of fireece. were
married by civil service at 4 O'clock
this afternoon. Both Leeds and the
princess are HI years of 8fe.
The Open Meeting
Of the Amateur Musical Club will bi
held Wednesday. Oct. 12, at S o'clock
In the Congregational church. Th i
public is invited. Announcement of
program Will be made early oext
BOARD OF EDUCATION THROWS
OPEN SCHOOLS FOR USE OF
TROOPS DURING WINTER
MONTHS AS PLACES FOR HOLD
By The Scout.
The "Hoy Scouts" of Olson's and
Hoherrer'S troops received instruction
at the Armory last night on "Signal
ing." This work is in charge of
"Brud" Taylor of the National City
Hank. Mr. Taylor will put the hoys
through the work and conduct the
tests which will enable the boys to
graduate from the Tenderfoot" Mai-'-to
the "Second Class" scouts. If you
eg the hoys on the street owners
signaling to one another, you'll know
the reason why. They're practising
so that that they can graduate. Then
again If you sec them trying to band
age up one another don't call tli
doctor. They are Just putting III
practice on soma of the good things
that Dr. Kims Calmer tamht them
l ist week. They van! to pass that
I First Aid test which Dr. Calmer will
i conduct on next Friday evening at
The hoys are "up on their toes,'
wishing for Indian Summer fur on
next Saturday morning Fred Soberer
Jr. will take them on a "hike" up to
the Marseilles locks, and turn them
over to superintendent Shackleton
who will show thpin the works. On
the trip several tests will he made
which are BOCSSSary for season class
Parents of enrolled scouts are
urged to see that their hoys are in at
tendame at these important meetings
.as the Instruction' la a very important
pari of the scout program,
Roys who want to hecome SCOUtS
should consult with Pred Soberer Jr.,
for Mr. Scherer does not have a full
troop and Is desirous of filling it up
so that more hoys may receive the
benefits i scouting.
The Hoard of Education has crant
ed the use of the school buildings as
meeting places tor the scouts during
the winter months.
FOR QUICK BKSCI.TS TRY THE
WANT ADS IN THE FREE
Chicago, Oct. 8 C. C. Muggins,
"phantom financier" of the Western
Securities Company, lineal agents for
the Co-operative Society of America,
does not exist, according to postal In
spectors who completed their Investi
gation of th" society's affairs yeSteT
ilu The federal Investigation has heen
centered ahout alleged operation of
the securities company with view
lo possible prosecution tor using th"
mails to defraud,
Mr. iiuggins, according to Harrison
M. Parker, leading spirit in the so
ciety. Is a "very wealthy man, living
iit the Waldorf -Astoria l!ole. New
York, who Is well known throughout
United Stales District Attorney
Charles p. Qlyna will confer with
i'ostai Inspector Charles Hi Clarlhan
today with II view to presenting evi
dence now on hand to the grand Jury
Assistant Attorney General William
C. Clausen, who Investigated the so
ciety's affairs for the office of the
Illinois attorney general, tamed over
BVldl BOO In his possession to Mr.
A sacred concert is scheduled for
tomorrow night at Trinity Lutheran
church, South Ottawa. The program
Alhert J. tftruliin Chicago, organist.
Bcrlpture reading and prayer Dr.
A O Mortvedt.
.hihilste Deo- A. J. BtlveR
Nooturnette E, D'Bvry,
Romance 11 Waiting.
Voraplel (Lohengrin) H Waurner,
Vocal, "Out Of the Deplhh" - ('.
Marks I Master Kdward llakeri.
Prelude and Fugue In em J. S.
Humori'srpie A. Dvorak.
Prayer und Cradle Song -A. Cuil
mitut. Man-lie Nuptiale AS'. FaulkCS.
Wnee, Texas, Oct. H, An Amerlcau
ting believtd lo bar been the game
earned by the leader of a !n Klux
Klan parade at l.orcna lust Suturdaj
night, whom sheriff Bob Buchanan at
; mpted to unmask, and precipitated
I Sghl n ulling lii w mint's to ten
up n, was draped over tiie i iskel U
Lhe funeral hare today i Louie I row,
local laundry owner, who died us the
result of stounds received during th1
"A fiery cross'
ICSes was iiinoug
ihaped with red
th floral wreaths,
The Optn M.r'ivr
of the Amateur Musical Club will be
held Wednesday. Oct. 18, at 8 o'clock,
In (he Congregational church. The
public is invited Announcemehl or
program Will be made early m x'
, f J aVorbe4i''i Clul).,;
W . i He 'tliiH oi' H.v WomiMi'a
ciistc win Imii afrts riituinVi of
Mr i B, Blewder Tuesday, Oct, it,
FOR QUICK RESULTS TRY THE
WANT ADS IN THK FREE
ThP Open Meeting
Of Hie Amateur Musical Cluh will h
held Wednesday, Oct 18, at S o'clock,
in the Congregation. il church. Tin
public is invited. Aiiiioiincamcnl Oi
program will he made early next
Regular meeting of Santa Marl
Court. Catholic Beughtori of merica, I
form: rly National Ord Daughters of;
Isabella, in Knightg of ?olumbuej
Home, at s ii. m., Tuesday, Oct ii.
1981. Our chaplain. Rev. Father Hack
ctt, will he present and talk to th
The charity committee will meet in!
K. O. dining room at ". p, m.. Monday.
Oct. 10, 1881, to make a n port on th ?
Mlts J. J. COBTELLO,
Chairman charity committee.
Sat., Oct. 8th
Farmers Take Notice!
HAYNE-THE HARNESS MAN
will buy your green Hides, Wool and Furs
Here are the prices on
MARK TWAIN TIRES AND TUBES
All of the highest standard and 6000 miles guarantee.
Washington, Oct. 8, The president
would he authorised to take over and
operate coal properties in a national
fuel emergency under a bill Introduced
today by Senator Konyon of Iowa,
chairman of the senate labor com
mittee. Senator Kenyon's bill would
he a substitute for Hie coal control!
hill in effect defeated by tin- Senate
last summer and would give the federal
trade commission broad power in
supervising the coal industry.
A companion bill would penalize
profiteering in fuel and ilx operators
and distributors profits. The maxi
mum profit would he 50 cents a ton j
and 40 cents for distributors. A grad
ed system of profils was proposed,
scaled according to volume handled,
The hill also would give the com
mission authority to inspect hooks of j
operators and dealers, with a severe
penalty for refusal. Another feature
would provide a new federal broker
age tax on brokers selling coal to
other consumers, a feature designed
to prevent pyramiding of prices.
fMain Want Ad Section Page Five.)
for SALE Cheap, a fifteen weeks
Brown's Business College scholar
ship. Phone ITS.
ton ; mine
and Ash foi
you. 'Phone 93 1 X.
llll Popular street.
Coal, selected lump. 6 50
run. $ti; delivered. Phoni
THK TIME TO PLANT
I have a flue lot of Elm
sale. We plant them for
P. C. Albrecht,
5c, 10c, 25c
Gold Fish, each. . . 10c
Cabomba Fish Moss,
a plant food for
Fish, per bunch. . 10c
Wafer Fish Food,
per pkg. f 10c
Sea Shells for
Large White Cups
and Saucers, pr. . . 20c
F.:xh tire listed includes a Mark Twain tube.
30r3 N. S. tire and I 32x4 'j N. S. tire and
tube $10.25' tube $27.75
30x312 N. S. tire and 33x4'2 N. S. tire and
tube $13.25! tube $29.10
32x3 Vi N. S. tire and 34x4 1 N. S tire and
tube $17.35; tube $29.65
31x4 N. S. tire and 35x4 12 N. S. tire and
tube $18.23j tube $30.75
32x4 N. S. tire find 36x4, N. S. tire and
tube $20.55: tube $31.05
33x4 N. S. tire and 35x") N. S. tire and
tube $21.55, tube $35.75
34x4 N. S. tire and j 37x5 N. S. tire and
tube $22.10' tube $38.00
Get Our Low Prices on Cord Tires
Leather Gloves 35c per pair
Get our low prices on Husking Gloves and Mittens, Shoe
Leather, Blankets, Robes, Trunks, Suit Cases, Harness, etc.
Prices for tanning hides with furs on:
Cow Hides, $8.50 to $10.50 H orse Hides, $8.50 to $10.50
Or we will make them into a coat or robe for you; or
We will tan it into harness leather. A 50-lb. green hide will
make 25 to 30 lbs. of finished leather. The charge for tan
ning hides for leather is 40c per lb., finished weight. Leather
of equal quality you pay $1.25 per tb.
We vulcanize tires and tubes and guarantee our work.
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl I liB7Kef?rfaMs-'I
Ethel Clayton in "A City Sparrow"
A dean sunny picture depicting the romance of a Cabaret Dancer
ALSO A HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
ALICE LAKE in "UNCHARTED SEAS"
A Romance of Unusual love under the Flashing Northern Lignts
"Maid of the West"
ALSO A NEW SUNSHINE COMEDY!
TOMORROW & MONDAY
"THE OLD SWIMM1N' HOLE"
From James Whitcomb Riley's famous poem Told Complete
without a Word.
FIRST TIME iN OTTAWA
A BflLaaB K
for 1 1 years in Ottawa and most everybody knows that he
to perfection. He is also meeting with great success in his
I,':. -v r
and if you want to know what it costs, just call him up
and he will explain that he KAN KLEAN RUGS.
They're scrubbed, washed and look like new.
i n j
VVe lu'lievr thai the sanie r
operates a il business.
ws with favor aexwrdinc I
't lull (l
We arc tirytng hcrt- to give the persons wjih the so-called
"si i tall accounts" the treatment thai will epcourage them to
believe in themselves and their possibilities and the shall be
deiiied no mcriled service which will hastS the fruition of
" ' ' ationalCityBi nk
Capital and Surplus $350,000.00
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