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OTTAWA FREE TRADER)! Established 1840 J WEATHER OTTAWA JOURNAL Rain probably tonight and Wednesday. Colder Established laao AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER W i lino . n y VOLUM E -NO, B3. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 25, 1JU1 PKICE, TWO CENTS. ILLINOIS LAW BEER RIPTIONS BLOCKS PRESS ALLEGED AUTHOR OE ATTACK ON GIRL TO BE TRIED OCT. 3IST CRIMINAL CALENDAR POSTED IN CIRCUIT COURT CASES ON Mil STATE'S A'TORNEY KELLY GETS READY -"OR BUSY SESSION MEN INMCTED BY LAST GRAND JURY X HAVE THEIR "DAY IN COURT' name wen, or m nun or, win ho brougbfto trial tor an alleged driw Inal asault of .Mniio Buehder, aged IB, of Btrettor, In the circuit court Mouiiy. Oct. 11. in a calendar of ri hi ai cusps posted in the clrcoil coup 0 'Nell 'a bearing heads the Hat, (Clean cases all toM are iel for trial duftf the weeks following Oct. ::i. ('Nell will bo tried on a second ,rgo of taking Itbertlei with chil- following his first hearing. Both gltctmanis against him were re-iriK-u bj the October grand jury. The next CAM wot for hearing by tati; s Attorn, Harry F. Kelly will k that of Sum Vrsnalow and A. R. lopuson of La Balre, v ho were in dicted by the Juno grand jury for an ailoend holding up or the Rock Island agent in Peru. all Well Lloyd Musgrovc of La Salle, in- tnerly of this city, will face trial hi two charges of burglary, follow K tin1 hearing of Wlnstow and John n Mangrove is charged wltb burg IiUlng (he Jensen jewelry store In j. Saiio in .inly and stealing 147 orth of merchandise and of stealing JIM worth of belongings of Frank 'shor. Eugene Heath of Ottawa will bo -od next on a charge of larceny. Mike Lynch, a prist ner In the coun ty Jail, will be given hearing tol lowing Heath, on a charge of steal ing several hundred dollars' worth of ojothtng from tiie Chicago, Milwau kee & Hi. Paul Coal Co. Tho eighth case on the calendar is the hearing of Frank Miller, charge 1 with forgery. Following Miller George Williams Of La Salle will lie tried for an al leged robbery of the Fred floefferle store in La Salle. Dominic Bonucchi, who is charged vlth robbery of the Leonora hank, will be the tenth defendant to be called for I rial. The last trial on the calendar win be the hearing of Rudolph rebel and Howard Hergnien of Peru who were Indicted by (he March grand jury for an alleged criminal assault of Odessa Zimmerman aged 1:,. of Peru. ELGIN MOB TARS AND FEATHER YOUNG NEGRO ''gin, Oct. ST. Preston Johnson 1 fears old. negro, la Elgin's first tamd feather victim. Johnson, ac cent to hest Information obtain at was taken for an auto ride with ti friends, Sunday niglit. on the w home the trio was stopped hy a ng of thirty men. where the tar hing apparatus of a street car re pi crew was stationed. Johnson W forced, to disrobe and given a e of Ik !, tar and smeared With fcers. JohnsOO is reported to hi assaulted a thirteen year old girl ten days ago. IIIA'NA YOUTH SLAYS HQ LITTLE BROTHERS irsaw, Ind.. Oct. 25. Harry Long, lbars old, son ( f a farmer living n miles west of hero, late vaster dkllted his two brothers, Kenneth, 5,d Russell, ::. The youth is ho- lirl to have become demented, The tt boys were playing in the barn yi when Harry struck Kenneth inlng his neck with a piece of gMpe. He then struck Russell on thoad, fracturing his skull. MAN VS. WOMAN IN POLICE COURT pubis which occurred at the t Island station Saturday niglit 15. rWUlltf) i" Mrs. Helen LSt l and Mrs. 'iirist ina Damman fig- in a police court case this after r before Judge Koenig. Mrs. Dam r filed complain; against Mrs. Bert charging her with disorder-lunduct. AMERICAN LEGION 10 ASSIST "IMP n n ! WILL HELP YANKS WHO APPEAP BEFORE BOARD WITH CLAIMS FOR ADJUSTED COMPENSATION TO REMAIN IN OTTAWA FIVE DAYS. Olio of ss Willi the principal Items of Ihim i h . III ho brought before tho in meeting of 0taws Pott of the Amerl- : can Legion tonight at their regular I meeting will bt the visit of the "Mop i i Bquad" which will be in Ottawa j from November is to 2:: Daring their stay here all the disabled veterans from La Balk,, Qrundy, Bureau and Putnam count) will be Invited to pres snl any kind r a grievance against the war department, and will be as I slated in securiag medical treatment, vocational training and advised as la rthe proof required for injuries Incur red In or aggravated by their service during the world war. The visit of the "Mop iii)'' squad I wl ho the lirst stops toward hitma'i tiling the relations between disabled veterans and the rehabilitation agen cies in Washington and the bati'"j BOjar red vets Of Illinois. The first i wors oi tno Mini oi Illinois was start oil this month, and Is now visiting the larger cities Ihruoiil the state With the squad will be a Legion Service Department representative and an official of the Central Depart nient of the Rvil t russ forca pi i( i ks. stenographers, and attorneys, , volunteers from the ranks of both I organisations, will he present to as-1 :-ist in preparing the necessary I papers. These will lie provided by ' .the Legion Posts and Home geiWleS Section of the Red Croat of this city The claimants will he accompanied 1 by Home Section workers and Legion! Bervlce officers from their own toftf UMjnitles and in some cases by wit-; iiesses w ho can give evidence proving I the veterans rlghl t' cotupensation and vocational training. The "flying suudrnn' is Hie pet Idea of Department commander MsCaulcy of the American Legion, who tried it ; out iii Biaal Salnl Louis last, fall "We want to reach every sie or; disabled veteran in Illinois." said Mr. j MeCauley, "and ajte want to be sura that ( very buddy baa the right, sort Of advice in preparing his claim. II will j soon he three years rime the Armis tic was signed, and it Is very didienlt nov, to convince government claim ex-; Smlneri in Washington of the servtcel origin of the disabilities of some of Hie comrades hundred of miles away. I The (dean mi squad plan puts each 1 man in direct touch with the Bureau, and While compensation cannot be granted him on the spot, weeks and even months of delay will he elltnln- ated. Immediate Medical Cnre Available. "However, if the comrade is in im mediate need of medical or hospital treatment, ho can secure it by appli cation to the examining physician of the squad, Who has full power to Hot in emergency cases." A vocational training expert will also be with Hie squad, and early action on all appeals for training is promised. "Don't come to the squad empty handed," is Hie caution of Department Commander MeCauley to the voter ans. "Bring swum statements from disinterested parties to show how much your service disability inter feres with your earning capacity, then Hie hoard will have something definite to work on. firing letters from your doctors diagnosing your trouble and bo sure he gives the dates he treated you. If you don't know how to prepare this, ask your nearest Legion Post service officer. He Will j bo glad to help you. Thai is what he l is appointed for--to assist our buddies who can't help themselves " Vets to be Retained. Every veteran drawing compensa tion is entitled to vocational training and If his disability is such that he ; cannot hold his prewar job. the .TtivntTllmnl urill nnv Vila avnaniAi while going to I I'niversity or trade school or while serving an oldfashlon ed apprenticeship "on the job." All the government requires is state ments from employers showing hit pre-war occupation and giving hi . ervic disability us the, reason for his present inability to hold his job. A doctor's statement rhcomntt nding this training also has considerable weight wilh the Federal Board for Vocational I Training which has charge of the work. Commander MeCauley has issued a I call to all Posts in the counties named, directing a special nieetin-r be held at once and arranging for co- CAMPAIGN iUUMU d A LESSON i - k BOARD OF SACKED SCHOOL GIVES BOYS bill DIRECTORS OF KENNY DISTRICT WILL REFUSE TO PROSECUTE VANDALS IF PARENTS MAKE LOSSES GOOD. "We thought if we sent the beys io a training school for sacking our school building, they might turn out to be criminals so we decided to not prosecute them for Hie damage they created last week if their parents would pay for the books they tore up." stated one of Hie directors of Kenny school today in speaking for a settlement made wiiii the boys who on Friday forced their way little School building west ol j tore up books and sprinkled the seats, desks and other into tiie the city, ink over furnish- ings. The directors wishing to do far mora than their part in effecting tho 1 settlement, and getting the four hoys who created the damage to reform. , agreed to accept fSiS.OG to replace I the hooks that were torn to pieces, and to let the hoys go free, if they ; would promise to lie good. Dennis O'Connor, one of the direc ! ors (if the school, his wife and his daughter. Miss N'orine O'Connor, who teaches there, (leaned and scrubbed the structure, repairing as hest they could the damage thai had been cre ! ated. They did this in an effort to ! save itbfe ft.-tis culprits, 'who were strangers to them from seme training : school. Mr. O'Connor also 'begged of tho Free Trader-Journal to leave the names of the boys from print, in or der that the general public would not i learn of their misdemeanor, i The directors of the school. Mr. i OVjbnnqr, John KJanny and Henry , Xevins, met with the boys in the j state s attorney's office yesterday. After securing promises from Hie hoys to he good, they told th em that ! if their parents would agree to make good the books that were tm up. they would not prosecute them, un less they learned that they had brc ken their promise to be good. Last night the parents of the four boys met. and after making good the loss Ml the books, phoned Mr. O'Con nor that the money to replace the books was ready for him. operation with the Red Cross. In this way every veteran will be given a chance to present his case in person and will be assisted in preparing his papers and accompanied to the meet lag bv The Legion offleials and !! Cross secretaries. ANOTHER IN 100 PER CENT AMERICANISM DEFENDANTS IN CO. COURT BOOZE CASES IE IX CHARGED WITH VIOLATING PROHIBITION LAW ASK AND ARE GRANTED MORE TIME IN WHICH TO PREPARE DEFENSE. The criminal hearing in Hie Judge Reck yei trial tab County t onlay w adur set for Court before as continued irntH Nov. 11 upon motion of the de fendants' attorneys. Four of the ; ix cases set for trial yesterday bud Just been starti d last week, and tin- attor neys for the defendants, Walter Pan neck and A. IS. Mutters, tiled affidavits stating that they had not been given sufficient time to prepare the dl tense of their clients. The ether defendants were not ready fcr trial, either. i All six of the men who Wire to be tried were to face changes of a viola tion of tin- prohibition laws. After the ContluanCBS wire granted I Judge Leek dismissed the Jury tint ; had been summoned until Monday, Nov. 14, Three Children Dependent. A petition was tiled in the county ; court yesterday by Mrs. Josephine I Wagner, the probation officer of Streator, askim; that the three chil dren i f Mrs. Felicia Michlowski, 814 North Wasson street, of Streator. lie' declared dependent, The mother is ' . said to be unable to care for the lit-1 Ho ones. Elisabeth, aged !); Cecelia, 'aged 7. and Kdward, aged 3. 1 he tather ol the children, Henry Micmowskl, Is a resident of Chica go, Ancnt Frost Bitten Spuds. Peter Kxtrom of Streator. plaint!"' in thi $2. nun damage suit on trial ii, the Circuit Court, occupied Hie wit ness stand yesterday afternoon and all morning, identifying letters. d.;cu menta and testifying in his behall Tin acttOfl wa- brought against An drew J. Lilja, whom Kxtrom claimed hired him to go to Minnesota and rales potatoes for him. Kxtrom alleges the defendant owed him $2,2-.S2 and paid him ll,!23.3ri, leaving a balance of $i ti 47 due at the present time. LHJ allegi i that lie paid toe board and expenses of Ex- trom while he was in Minnesota, and that the latter hipped the potatoes he raised to streator in such a manner that they were frotea before they ar rived there and were praeticallv value less. Marriage Herman Carlson, Kathleen Haley. Licenses. Streator, legal Sterator. legal. Stanley C. Kasza. La Salle, legal. Helen M. Adrian, La Sulle, legal. CHANCE GIVEN CONTINIJANI ONE DOG KILLED IN BATTLE WITH SEVEN MOTHER OF LITTER "FLUSHED FROM CLUMP OF SHRUBS IS SHOT BY HUNTER MATE AND rivt W null JL INK I- MOM SCENE OF BATTLE. Morrls, Oct. 85. Fighting to the death two valuable hunting dogs own ed Iby Phil and Frank Collins, gave battle to seven timber wolves early yesterday morning in Goose Lake township. The dig owned by Phil Collins had to lie shot lodav because of his injuries, but, the other dog will recover. One wolf, the mother or the lit tor. paid with her life as al share of the unequal battle. The hunters left the Club house I on the Collins hunting preserves in (loose Lake early yesterday morning taking the two spaniels with them en route for the duck pond. Going I through the pasture Hie dogs away in advance of the hunters, started? the wolves from a dense clump of shrub bery and a battle royal was immedi ately staged. The men tried to get in a shot at I lie wolves, put feared hitting tin1 dogs. After continually shouting and threatening advance on the wolves they slopped battling and tried to escape. Frank Collins got a shot into the mother of the litter, but it. took two barrels to lay her low. The male of the group paused In bis escape on top of a small knoll and was about to turn hack to the aid of his mate, but turned and van ished with the other five after him. The dog owned by piiiiip Collins was valued at 7B by its owm r. that amount 'being paid for it. Flesh was torn from the top of its head to its muzzle, and Dr. Ragan had to kill it this morning. The other dog was also badly clawed and chewed, but will recovered. The wolves were of the timber va riety, savage and fearless, and the one killed is said to be the largest ever slaughtered flu Ibis neigliboiV hoed It weighed sixtv-two pounds and was about four and one-half feet Ioiil'. The pelt has been retained j by Flunk Collins who will have It made into a robe for his den. A hunting party will probably be I organized to get the five cubs that are nearly full grown, and the male i of the family. Moon Hollow. Moon Hollow is the name given to the -pet where the boundaries or three states n t New York, Vermont nnd Massacbussttm WOLVES AT MORRIS BRUNDIGE DECISION PLACES BAN ON SALE OF ALL BUT WHISKEY Springfield, 111., Oct. 25.- State law will still keep Illinois as beerless as before according to an nouncement at the attorney general's office this morning following the is- HtAvED BRICK A! 10 "BREAK" IN JAIL YOUTH ADMITS TO NOVEL DEFENSE, WANTED SHELTER POLICE IN THAT HE AND FOOD, AND DID STORE. NOT INTEND TO ROB John Fields, aged IS, who on the niglit or Aug. :':! attempted to hurl a 'brick through the window of the Jewelry store owned by Joseph Kusa and J. II. Cox in La Salle, pleaded guilty to ,-i charge (f an attempt to com ml I petit larceny iii Hie circuit, conn yesterday afternoon. Judge Kl dredge, after bearing the plea', sen tenced Fields to serve six months in the county jail. Fields has be n a prisoner in the county jail, since his arrest a few minutes alter hurling the brick The plate glass in the structure was no) srewen by i he contact or i he grass, ! athoucb the aoiee summoned the no I lice who were only a short distance ; away. I Fields was indicted bv the grand Jury la -I week, tot an altonipted roh- oei.v. William liolan and Kd Ryan or us saiie were the neSSea against him. complaining wit- n uays alter his arrest Fields j told the Officers thai he did not hurl the brick in an effort to break I he window or to rob the store. 1 10 claim ed he thought that be would raise a disturbance and cause hla Arrant : he would be locked up, as be was mil ! Ot work, ( in of money and had no ' nlaei (o Slav or no! nee i. ,.,i rri.. eollll I V iw I... ..1-1 i ii iouub ne ciaimeii oaered him Hie only refuge he knew. Fields had a companion when tho brick was burled, wdio ran away and avoided arrest. Fields made no ef fort to run from the officers, MISS ANNA NICKELS WEDS KALAMAZOO MAN Miss Anna Nikels. daughter of Mrs, Eva Nikels, Canal street, who for the past, number of months ban been em ployed at the bom,, of Attorney and Mrs. Robert Carr. Fast pearl street, and Mailiew Llndenbaum of Kalama- i hoo, Mien., were quietly united marriage yesterday morning at S in kick, at St. Francis parish Re Caslmli I. Mil ifficiated at H re mony. The bride i II km ocal girl nils win of hei urn 01 and lias a vast number will be surprised to marriage. The groom I trti tarn s th .Mr. and Mrs. m. j. Llndenbaum of Kalamazoo, formerly residents of this city. He is employed as a mechanic there. The couple were attended bv Mis., Elisabeth Nikels a sister of the bride and Mr. John Mader an intimate friend of the groom, from South lie'"! Ind. The bride whs attired in a White georgette dress witli white silk fringe, She also wore a white tulle veil cover ed with orange blossoms and carried R corsage boquet of white tea roses. i ne nnaesmaid wore a pink georgette dress embroidered in pink silk with a whit- feathered h it. she carried a boquet of pink tea roses. Following the wedding th.- couple retired to the home of the bride on Canal street where a Wedding break fast was served to the immediate rela tives. Mr and Mrs. Llndenbaum left on an early morning train lor Chica go where they will spend their honey moon, after which they will continue to Kalamazoo where they will make their future home ROAD BONDS SELL 6 PER CENT UNDER PAR JEWELRY WINDOW 1 I mode of conveyance the middle of Springfield. Oct 25. Illinois grttltho atreet 15,008,000 worth of hard road bonds ; sold today for 14,701,000, making the! , discount less than six per cent and Hmt -or "yP'ta the interest violdine basis 4 8.". ner rutting your note bank en first one cent. The bonds were pun based in B block in the name or the Continen tal Trust and Savings Company. suance yesterday of sec retary Mellon's regula tions permitting manufacture and use of beer for medicinal purposea. Attorney General Jlrundaf;e issued the following statement: 'The regulation iss 1 yesterday by Sec. Mellon whleh permits tho sale of wine and beer on prescrip tions will not have any effect in the state of Illinois. "Section N of the Minors Hon act provides thai prohtbl- "It. shall be unlawful to prescribe wine, beer or any glcoholto malt li quor. .Not nicer than a trial quanti ty of one pint of Intoxicating liquor shall be prescribed fpr use by the same person within anv period of ten days ami no prescription shall bo ; tilled more than once and no per : son shall procure or accept or havo ' (Iliad anw prescription fl r more than ! one pint of liquor w ithin a period of ten days." Tho penalty for violation of above law is not less than Q0 nir more i than shiimi or Imprisonment not less than sixty dnvs nor more than six months for the first offense and for a subsequent offi m the punishment Is not less than $600 nor mi re than 1600, line or imnrisonmeni in the : penitentiary not less than one nor , mure than two years. No permits have been issued bv me under the ; Illinois orohi-bitioii not authorising I Htiy physician to presenile or any tdroggbtt to till a proi.oi jiwion of IWine or beer H r medicinal purposes. I and i have t:o nuthoritv ,q issue any Hindi permits. Any physician pre s 't'ibihg (he Bard or anv druggist filling such ' prescription' is liable under the terms or Hi" l aw, to a pun ishment of line and fmHrffiqnjrilrVit and bis noMiiii issued under the Illinois prohibition ait Is subject to revoca tion wholly regardless of any red ornl statute or regulation of the treas ury department; i think that, the Illinois prohfDltiOfi act must lie held lo be a complete and independent. Statute ("i the subject of the regula tion of the liquor traffic." AUTO INVESTIGATOR AGAIN VISITS OTTAWA Harry ( gator for I Bnunerson ' ox, automobile Invest! octal y of Stale Louis L. is making another rt and- up of vlnlatoi of the automobile iaW8 in Ottawa and vicinity. There and has been much improvement since the Mist Investigation cf conditions lo re, he says, and he hopes with the co-operation or local police authori ties, to reduce evasion of the law to a minimum. "The law giving Inspectors appoint ed by the secretary of state police powers in enforcing tiie automobile lavs," Cox said, "went into force on July I ami alrealv many thousands of dollars more than the cosl of these Inspections has ; good roads fin "In localities , applications fi been brought into the i through this means. visited Hie number of r chauffeur's licenses practically 100 per has Increased cent and inanv delinquents have se- cured Uncense plates. "Tho lirst visit of inspectors to a community is largely for the purpose of warning delinquents, but we feel that sufficient warning bus now been given and the law will be striclly enforced ami delinquents punished under the penalties provided." EAST HILL OPENED TO UP BOUND TRAFFIC Al last, aftt r having been closed to southbound traffic for man,- weekr, the easl hill South Ottawa is again up- : for all travel. The watchman at the south i ud of the bridge was re leased yesterday and autos and other vehicles ate dew p rmitted to go-as-you-please. There still remains some l'tHo work to he ilnm in the way of cleaning up before all obatrhctloas are removed. After that will come a long wait for the tilling against the retain Ing wall to settle before a walk can he built on the north and east sides or the railway tracks. In the mean tlmi pedestrians will share with an tos. loaded wagons and all otlic able and then the Other sale of the desk lis yotl write will equalize the I Strain vu J our eves.