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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1920.
OTTAWA FHEE TRADER - JOURNAL PACE THREI PERU MAN WOUNDED bcalEfcfi IN STRUGGLE WITH POLICE TO RECOVER MANIAC FELLED BY CHIEF'S GUN HELD IN CITY JAIL AFTER BAT TLE IN WHICH HE ATTEMPTED TO RESIST ARREST. FINED $50 AT COURT HEAR ING. Paslocfek was given a hearing before a Peru justice today and was fined $50 and costs for resist ing an officer. He will be taken to the county jail in Ottawa to .servo out his fine late this after noon. He will be given a sanity hearing in Ottawa. rem, Oct. 11. (Special.) JoHopIi PUlodalC, Is recovering from the ef fects of the bullet wound he received yesterday afternoon when he was antt in the le by Chief of Police Pot holt. In a battle at a St. James street rooming house. l'aslodek Is being held at the police station where be was taken following the battle, which occurred after he had gone violently Insane and the officers had been call ed to capture Mm, Shortly after 2 o'clock the Peru police station received an alarm from tho proprietor of the boarding house, stating the 1'aslodeck appeared to be a raving maniac and that the whole house was in a terror for their lives. Chief Pothoff and Chauffeur BllberR drove at break-neck speed in the police patrol to the boarding house. When they arrived l'aslodek had barricaded himself in a room and loudly announced his determination of fighting the police officers, lie was armed with a long iron bar and R hat chet and when the officers would ftp proach he would flourish his weapons, maniacal wildness flashing in his eyes. Chief Pothoff tried by every avail able means to calm the man, to allow them to lay hands on him without doing htm any bodily damage, l'aslo dek glared fiercely at them and ictus ed all advances. He kept flourishing the weapons and declared that If the officers came within reach he would kill them. The door was finally opened and on the threihhold appeared the wildly disordered man with his weapons m his hands. Chief Pothoff, in a last ruse to get at the man shot through the floor. PjMlodek retreated to the center of the room. Chief Pothoff jumped through the door and as he Jumped l'aslodek threw the wicked iron bar. The bur barely missed Chief Pothotf's head and as he looked up the maniac had started at him again with the hatchet In DO Itlon to strike. Mrs. Philander Talbot of Chicago, a former Ottawa rwddent Is visiting at the home of Mm, B, a. Dallam on state SI reel. Carl J, MaUger Is In Decatur attend ing the American Legion Convention. Harry Hopper and family, who have been residing at '-'It! West Center st. have gone to Chicago, where they will make their future home. Mr, and Mrs. Fred S, Keeler of Pear street left this morning for an automobile trip to Helena) Ark., for a visit with Mrs. O. A Kurt I, Mrs. Paul Irion li spending a week visiting friends In Peru. CI etUI Butler is transacting business In PontlaO today. Mr. and Mrs. William Colwoll of Ot tawa avenue left this afternoon for Rochester, Minn., where the former will undergo an operation at the Mayo Brother hospital. A. P. Halm Is transacting business In Stn ator today. P. Krbtts of Peru transacted busi ness la Ottawa yesterday. n. k. CJmbarger is transacting busi ness In Peoria today. Misses Vera J. Snook and Ruth Knapp of the Roddick public library left today for Champaign to attend the librarians' convention. Miss Zelma Monroe, the county home adviser, left yesterday for Ur liana, where she will spend a week attending the convention of home ad visers and the community conference Miss Monroe will preaide at the Home Bureau conference tomorrow morning and will speak at the community con fcrence Sat unlay morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. Warsaw were pas sengers for Chicago this morning. King Heatty went to Chicago this morning on liuslness. Wl P. Stanton made a business trip to Chicago this morning, Miss Tuberty is spending tho day in Chicago. Seeing that it was a case of shoot or be struck with the hatchet. Chief I Pothoff fired, aiming low, and the bill- wet tOOl effect in Paslodek's leg. The instant pain brought Pasoldek to the floor and while be struggled vainly to escape. With his weapon discarded It was no trouble for the Chief and his assistants to handle him. Pasoldek was brought back to tlia Peru police station this afternoon and was placed in a cell for safe-keeping. His wound the bullet struck the largo bone in the left leg between the ankle and knee, and glanced off is not considered dangerous. He will be held for examination. He was attend ed by Dr. Yoder. It la stated that Paslodek grabbed off the iron bar upon which the mat tress of his bed rests, and struck the Chief us he entered the room, inflict ing a painful bruise on the left arm. He also hit the Chief's left arm with the hatchet and was in the act of striking him In the head when the shot dropped him. Keep your scissors handy You'll want to use them Friday Watch this paper REV. H. F. LAWLER IS RETURNED 10 G!TY E. CONFERE CHURCH OFFICERS PRESENT PASTOR CHARGE OTHER RE-ASSIGN TO LOCAL APPOINT- M ENTS ARE MADE TODAY. Rev. Hiram V. LftWler, who for tho paat two years lias been (pastor of the First 'Methodist and Qpworth churches in this city, was returned to Ottawa for another year by the bishop in charge of the Rock River conference, Rev. Lawler Is one of tin; best known and most popular clergymen in the city, and his return to Ot tawa will lie received with pleasure by his friends. First of Season. Whipped cream puffs, Wednesday at Flick's. Order early. The Batist Women's Society will meet Thursday at the church for I" ay- Notice. l lie ladles of Christ Episcopal hurch will give, a hot slimier at the parish house Wednesday i veiling at ti o'clock. Price, 6(1 cents. BYM MCE lilllllllllllllllllllttllllli Our Store will be closed Wednesday, Oct. 12 Holiday V- J U I LI --;P-'H.t TTie Qtutxlity (Store SERENA MAN JOINS M. & H. ELECTRIC FIRM Though a deal otoaad this fcaorn ing with Joifvph i A I lierle .fer side pro prletor, Kilwarrt Marco, :i prominent Serena young man, in comes a part par in the business of the M. H. Klectrlo Co., with Kilos rooms on Mala street. Mr. Marco, who is a iiiemher of one of the best known families north of Oltawa, it was an nounced, will manage the company's appliance deiiartme.it. Both mem ber! of the firm are young men and an- noted for their hustle and enter prise. Success of the new alliance Is assured. TEXAS MOB LYNCHES GIRL'S ASSAILANT Leehurg. Tex.. Oct 1! Wylle Mc Neeley, 19, negro charged with as sault on an X year old girl, was tak en from Jail and burned at the stake last nighl by a mob, First of Season. Whipped cream puffs, Wednesduy, at Flick's. Order early. Notice. Regular meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of the American Legion Thursday evening, Oct. 13, at 7:30. Fil.gt of Sea$on. Whipped cream pulls, Wednesday. i at Flick's. Order early. Notice All the drug stores will begin the, r : X o'clock nlnalnw riiirlnff the urlntsr commencing May 1. .Monday, Oct. I' to I CLASSIFIED ADS (Kuin Want Ad Section Pago Five.) W , NTBl i Married couple at tfneo man to husk com and woman t" itit In house; gooj wagce, A. s. BRiA'DNRR, Barlvllli . HI, Phi im Part Puw I! entral. W.V.N'TlvIl - Man wUh , ir. to Boll lOW priced guaranteed , A I.. 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