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t PAGE TWO OTTAWA V Willi TRADER - JOURNAl BLAME CONSPIRACY FOR COLLAPSE OF J ILLINOIS BANKS UTATH AUDITOR ALLEGES PLOT TO WRECK INSTITUTIONS LIES J BEHIND CRASH ALLEGE $50,000 , SHORTAGE EXIST8 IN WENONA . INSTITUTION. i Chicago, Oct. 18 A luuk wrooklni , enspiruey, bV jralch small town banks la Illinois, cue of thorn being ha Farmers' BUto Bunk of Weiiona. iwt ucnw tba La Salle c uui line. ud probably four other middle wl viu wtutes were to have heun "stuffed' wltb million of dollars In worthlecfi eourltiw, wu uncorerHd yesterday by State Auditor Andrew Rnasel a' ttrlnfleld. Jourgtiu Olson, broker, of Mlnot. Ji. D., with offices in St. Paul, i hrgid by the atate auditor with be tag organizer of the scheme. Two Illinois banks, controlled by Olson, ware elosed on orders from Spriagneld by atata bank examiner::' ostdrdar. Large shortoKes, It Is cbargud. have beu discove red on thi bortka of each. The bunks are: The Union Stale Bank of Hanover. SI , with a shortage of $70,00. The Stale Bank of Bardolpb. ill. -with a shortage ot fSO.000. Temporary rcaicrs were appointed by Mr. Hussd last night for both banks. Shortages of $41,000 and i.0,0O eiaa have baen discovered on the ; books of two other Illinois bunks in J which Olson owns controlling inter wta the People's State Bink of Co1 j cheater and the Farmers' State Dunk j cf Wekona. Pledges by the board of director.' I of these banks to msae xood tb hbortages caused State Auditor Russei lO allow them to continue open until the Investigation is completed Leo X. Kapland. cashier of the dun ' f'ver Bank, who disappeared last Tues day afUu examiners hud come upon the $75,000 shortage, was capturec yesterday. With him had dlaappearci about $'.". 000 in securities taken from gaiety deposit boxes. None of them wae fojiud. Kopland -was captured at l)avi a Junction by a doputy sheriff acting on orders from the chief of police of Hanorver. who served on htm a war rant hBi ing embezzlement fY-sring violence by a tnob of Jo Daviess county farmers, the authen tic last night took the fugitive cash ier by automobile to Galena. 111. None of the missing securities were lound on Kopland. This caused pan examiners to believe that Koplund did not actually carry away the $7.",00 reported as shortage. They said it may have existed only as worthies" paper. E. J. Wcolever, cashier of the Bar dolph State Bank, admitted that con trolling interest in his bank, suppos c rlly owned by himself, In reality was owned by Olson. The same situation, ho stated, obtained in Hanover, where controlling Interest was hild in Up name ot Cashier Kopland. "Wo took our orders from Olson mid ho paid us rttgular salaries," h said H said that stock held In the nam of John K. Eadie, president of the Hanover bank, also was Olson'.'.. I-Iad ie. formerly owner cf the Hanover bank, was retained as president when ho sold his interest to Olson A federal inquiry, based on th eharge that alleged worthless not were sent by Olson through the mails la expected. Tho expose started last Tuesday when examiners went through the books of the Olson bank at Hanover Tueaday night Kopland disappeared Thursday Chief Examiner W. B. Whit lock was sent to Hanover by Audito Kuaael. "We aro going to run down every bank in Illinois which holds any of this man Olson's pr.pcr," announce' Chief Examiner Whitlock lr.st night "We huvo Information that tho four banks under scrutiny aro not his ontj 'dupes.' " He said that Investigations had bee:' recommended to the state auditors offices of other states in which Olson is believed to be Interested in banks 'North Dakota. Minnesota. Indiana and Michigan. Cashier Kopland Is 25 yearn old and anmarrled. He lived in St. Paul be fore going to 'Hanover. He is bonded by a Baltimore concern for $8,100. A Cough or Cold Started Now Not Finished Till February UNLESS You take our A. D. S. Cough Syrup and Cold Tablets. Guaranteed or your money back. FOR A COUGH you don't want take A. D S. White Pin Expectorant Cough Syrup First Aid, Ready Made and Sure Aspirin Tableta Cough Syrup Cold Tableta Brooklets BrocWals WHEELER WATCH Surprise Gown dE sH The spirit of 1S30 breathes in every line of this Wells sown with Its astrakan shoulder cape gaunt lets and broad band on the skirt. Only there Is a surprise that is Parisian. The gauntlets arc remov able and when the oklfashioneU shoulder Cp is also removed a tovely straight lined gown of gray ; crepe, girdled with silver, is r GIRL SUES BANKER FOR ALLEGED ATTACK Hock Island. Ill , Oct. 18. J. L. Ver ncn, president of the People's National Bunk, president of the si hool board and wealthy department utore owner of Rock Island, has been sued for ISO. 000 by Miss Mary Smith of Daven port. Miss Smith alleges she was at tal ked and beaten by Vernon in a pri vate house In Devennort and again ir. Vernon's" automobile. Mi.-s Smith claims she lias been ill nince the last happening. The petition avers that Vernon had been Courting Miss Smith for two years. A photograph and lock of th defendant's hair, presented to Mi--Smith, will bo produced as evidence, according to her attorney. The sreond alleged attack occurred in Vernon's coupe on Oct. 7. it is charged, when, Miss Smith avers, sh" refused Vernon's advances. The first attack I; claimed to have been in a luxuriously furnished Hat in Daven port. M!r,s Smith says Vernon beat and kicked h r and knocked her out of his machine, breaking three ribs and pinching her leg in the coupe door. Vernon is l.'e married, has a family und Is active in civic life. Miss Smith Id 3."e Vernon claims he wa. not In Davenport on Oct 7. Witnesses allegu the.N saa him there. Op and Im. Importunity may he Op'i twin brother, us an exchange remnrka, but the two have no', tic same character iStleK, Op never hltiigs around Insist ing the way Im dues. Boston Trnn acrJpt. Don't Forget the BIG DANCE at Schaefer's Hall THURS., OCT. 20, '21 Given by Ottawa Amusement Co. Music by Johnson's Full Orchestra II! For a COLD that clings take our A. D. S. Cold Tablets "Colds Go Quickly" To Keep Coughs and Colds AWAY Take a Course of Compound Hypophosphites & MALO US GROW 53 The member of the Ottawa Ainuae- men! company will hold a dance on ThursdA) eveninc Oct, 80, at Schae fer's hall. Orchestra muslo will ho rurnished through the evening fol dancing, aod the general public bj in vited in attend. The Woman's Benefit Association of ths Maccabees v.iil enteit.iin bo night with a card part) at Macoabee hall. An Invitation lias been extend ed to the BUM ial public at attOO I 3' The big hallow ooo danelag party ot the Ottawa Kiks lodge will be held oi rV-tdntaday evening, Oct. Z6, from 9 to 12 o'OlOOk, at the organization's club room:'. Kvery member of the or ganliStiOB has been ursid to attend this party. The affair will bo In eharge of the amusement commute A regular session of Ottawa lodge No. 58g, B, P. O, K . will bo held on Wednesday night. Oct. IS. at the Klks' home. Muring the business session severul new names will be presented for balloting. The children Of thO La Sallo coun ty detention home are being enter tained at a very pleasant party this afternoon iby the metnbVrt oC the Women's c'.uh at the home of Mrs Clarence Watte, four miles south of town. The little fol,;s, numbering twentvtwo. were taken to the Watts home, ut the close Of their school In autos. They spent a very pleasant time playing games. At (5 p. in. a dallciotii ate supper will be served to them. Miss Mae O'Donnell entertained twenty guests last night at her home on Columbus street, at a variety shower in honor of Miss I.oretta Lock wood. who la to many James Boyle soon. Pink roses were used as dec orations throughout the house. The guests spent a very pleasant evening playin (00, after which a delicious upper was served by the hostess. The bride-to-be received many very beautiful gifts. GRAND RIDGE Mrs Dueinda Lucky, son Hert, and daughter, Miss Ethel, of Kankakee motored jto the village Saturday, where they spent the week end with relatives. Miss Hazel Walllngford was a re cent over night victor with Miss Elisabeth Colwell of Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. 7.. O. Jackson of Syl van avenue, the former's sister, Mrs. M. J. Baldwin and niece. Miss I.uey Coles, motored to Princeton Saturday where they spent the 'week end with the Robert Jackson family. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Sehobert ar children have relumed to their home of Convoy, O.. after a several weeks' visit with relatives here and in Ot ter Creek. Miss Margaret Jeffries of Dwight, who underwent an operation at St. Mary's hospital, Streator. Saturday, ,1 V lbv1IISPIII aMI SBlBBBB HS BhB k.B BBWiBr MBk gkw M jf BL JL BbJbI BbS A gllB h-v i Please semi Pattern ro mv aildress, i& cts. encioaaa. j X Name t Size PottoRica 1 Stte j r 11- , A PRBTTT si MMER FROCK Pattern 3uS," supplies this attrac tive youthful model It is cut in 4 Sizes: 18, 1 1 and i years. An IS year size requires 4 yards of SI Inch material. Crepe, crepe de chine, voile, em broideries, dottod Swiss, taffeta and wash silks, also linen and chambrcy may be used tor this model. The width of the skirt is 2;; yards. a pattern or this illustration mailed to any address on receipt ot 15c In silver or stamps. is reported as doing nicely at thl I writing. -Miss Margaret Is the daugh ter of Mrs. Maggie Jeffries and has visited relatives and friends here on many occasions. She la the fourth of the five Jeffries sisters to submit to the operation for appendicitis at the Streator hospital. A large delegation of the Standard Bearers from the local M. B. church are planning to attend the Standard Bearers' rally at Lostattt the latter part of this week. , Mrs. Orvllle Woodward of Sandy Ford spent Friday with her aunt. Mrs. H. M. Glazier of the village, who is confined to her bed by illness. !-' ' ' 1 V t Hmm LP.mii i.i. , J V Harold Bill Wright ' Helen ol the Old House.'' After severul yeais oJ ailpuca again huvo a novel by Harold Bell Wright, i beltaya Mr'. Wtlght think he is a prohol preachloG "i a wilder ucss e. very wicked wilderness, In this new novel he settles .-fit the trou bles ol labor and capital, There a e two employer! who believe In driving the men to work ut the point Ot thl! muzzle. One who U also n war pro flteer is blown up with his fuelry; the other gi i Insane. Pbftunatel ' son of the insane nuui was as lei to human perfection as they are mad on this planet, Ho had also been ov r gsjga and had learned wonderfu lessons In equality and other things much to the regrel Miss Sarah Crawf a card from Mrs. North Platte, NeJb., of her friend -i. rd lias received Kllen IHlder of sayim: she was very pleasantly located which is good n wa friends. Mr. Aiband ami Mrs. Rochester, N. V., who attend the funeral o! and was well. to her man;, j Wta, Mess of! w ere hare lo the late Loul ' Hess, were guests the heme of their cousins. Mr. Dad Mr-. Henry Hfesa of Porter avenue, preparator) to leaving for Kansas and oilier p west to vi it before returning b their hemic. Dr. Pakner, vet ru vas a profession;.! village last week. Martin YoCUlB tnt 'li-Mier with his little ::i r.o . oj er. The local lodge of I O. 0 P joyed a decidedly pleasant evening Friday, when th' y Wore join d by their wives at the conclusion Of I i work. The evening was ot a ai lal nature, cards and dancing being the diversion! followed bj refreshments. I All reported a Hue tlma The Torres' Jones residence on Syl- van avenue underwent interior deo- ! oration the pa.-'t Week, Mrs. A. J. Redman Jr llutan spent Thurada; i the J. A. Ducky hone . and Mrs. afternoon on the e side. I Elmer Dean Williams of Streator spent Sunday wi h village roltttivi s. I Mr. and Mis. W. W. Lock visited ! Streator friends Sunday . ) Mr. and Mrs. Cecil rocucn spent ; short time Sunday afternoon at t home of their gi andmolhi Mrs. Yocum. Charles Turner and family of Men- riota were village callers the irst the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MtTburn, Mr. and Mrs. James Arrandale and s"ii Roy, Oscar Holmes and the Misses Hilda Baker and Bessie Whltcom, all of Stivator, were guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Osbuni on Sunday. . M.IS. F. K. Reese spent a few days v. Roddick 's Library Matters , Inch we llnmght would be tui ihe war but somehow wera nol I runs iIks great mill of his futher'i oo 0 i. ir di al to all ba: i.,. I . .i e, iai - ud paoaporlty rol n, 1 1 his sister, ceases to be a baulbO child ei wealth and devotep her luiu to the welfare of tho people Ot the community and is Known as "H)1U of the Old Eiouso," Her brother sih--rles the slaiar of fellow workinaii .ml (oflltBr Ohum who was ;. oa)tHin n ih" army. Ha too la a noble h if RCter and would uodoubtedl) aavi marled Helen had ni t ins Ufa been cai rifload in a strike. Th v li ' 1 another ehareator, the intef)rotr, to j whom all po for asslata and gi the l .'. t n i tt .ill of Streutor und att convent ion. Ur. and Mm. B, ifauglt( i' '! lOI e v. . at the J. V. I , i am Mrs Thomaa An and .v n Bennett 01 ! . 'li Ml Jen he i w i Bide, ile UK iTONTI - ' ' Kl fiSOOVlBR'Sl at I fill AftTPffll o I e rwf. rW ISTHmA F. 3 DKonc-ruTB 1.1 AVV fTMAf' ArJ all iMSCfeU IfflftfMI I !, K i I of Untjt tatmii te mi d.wf.'a J -.r. i ,-... ,J, .j, , r J f r. 9. 0Hnm k k iJtr f i iti- ft jtel Uf ii of Atiknt. 'Tw- - . . . . it j a 1 4, '-, .. " a r $1.00 j oti I A Fres TrioJ 201-2 E; CORBUS ORUG 3TOP.E WEISS DR'JG SHOP ALLEN'S ; What That Cold Will Develop Into BE SAFE, TAKE hi CALIBERS i D?3 e.i,SU.UGU!PPC. ?AH8 I I I aH mvy peiMteki se nvi e.iaai Ov. O. DUNOAN ,:l Englandcr Couch-Bed A r1, hon-it-t.v-p"-noi comf rt.b bfd br r.ipht and laith tc rr,ttion qu.ckV ronvert iSk Ittla a luturiwu couch " -' .y use. Sold at all leading II f ' lURNITURli ANO Dhpartment Storks mm I .; Write for our Nj Catalogue No. SOI 11 ;-rilV ENCI.ANDER 9 !''( Yf '.'J "Traduction for Sleep and Rest" KjH y-Wjin- s v : .,,,,.1, Ucdi Thret-Pirc Bed VI I Ds-Uedy t'..!Jiwy Ucdi Bg . 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