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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921.
OTTAWA Vxm TltADKIt !- JOURNAL pack Five ONC E RICH WOMAN BANKRUPT BLAME BAD INVESTMENTS tMMA CRIDER, FORMER WEALTHY 8TREATOR RESIDENT GIVES 1 HER ASSETS AT $200,000 AND LIABILITIES $300,000 IN COURT PETITION. MIsh Kuimii Crlelcr, of Slroutor, Iiiih fliiii a petition in bankruptcy In Vhleh her liabilities Bra placed al about JJino.ooo. and her atutl a I a trill.) over 110,000. Many Jodgintati Jmvft Un eabartd in ihc CircuH Cburl borv aKiitiiRt Miss Cridtr, , !MIsh i'rltlur'K f uihIh wont Into maun fat lurliiK DMrpnitJ prhu ipally. While.) nho uIho mado Homo poor real 'Hlalg InvcHliiK-iitH. The. bifgeit In oRtment Hhe Quito whs In an auto nit 1 1 1 1 hiiKliiena, mul hUo waB iiIbo per NMtod to Invent heavily in tork in a tractor plant, neither ono of tho cn- lrpriHes which kuvo groat Bialcrhilizrd. und she la now bankrupt. According to Information, Mis ('rider's investment in the automobile jIant was $so,00U. This sum was In old cash. The prowpoctus of the con cern called for tho building of an hutoinoblle that whs to run by steam. One cHr was assembled, but from In formation received, it wus not h sue .cess, and did not run. The company Uns located in Aurora. Another investment that turned out Badly was the pitting of 140,000 In a tractor plant in Blootnington, This iwas also a failure, and she never Realized a cent on either of the busi nesses. The remainder of the investments yere In real estate, and In each in atance she was advised to purchase almost worthless property. The petition, which is understood (to be a voluntary one, has just been tiled in court, $5,000 Assumpsit Suit. A $5,000 assumpsit suit was started 1n the Circuit Court this morning by the Molino Plow company against T. F. Comlskey, a well known StreatOf resident. Appeal J. P. Case. An appeal to the Circuit court to ld ay was taken in a 10C assumpsi , suit brotiKht by Walter and Bffie B, ;KokI against CtiarlW Bowermaatei i Thcij ensr whs heard before) Justic iar the peace U L, Thompson and was .dismissed for lack of evidence. Distress Warrant for Rent. ) A""tfl.trrs.s warrant to collect an nl t leged rental indebtedness tor 160 acre ot land-in Meriden townahln I Wae suited in the Circuit Court today. I M. .1. Sullivan, tie- plaintiff, allegi I t that Jchn CaHs, his tenant, owes him ' fj.opv for rent, which lm is unable to1 ! collect. Carls is alleged to have l 2HHi bjubata of corn stored on th" land. . Wins Divorce Decree. j' ' Mrs. .Margaret Eddy, of Creator, Secured a divorce from Ralph Eddy In the Circuit Court today, alleging I that- Mts affections bed been won : away from her by a woman named race, whose last name was unknown to her. On October 10, Mrs. Eddy started divorce proceedings aRainst the defendant, charging him with adultry. A second bill was tiled today. tUO Wittoa Mrs. Eddy alleged that tor film had taken the first steps divorce herself from her husband, came to her and admitted that nn untrue to hor, and promised reform provided she would return I live with him. Hhe stated that recon i filiation followed, but on November J, he, returned to his alleged sweet heart Crace. She claimed that she ! learned of this and let him on X.ivem ler 3. fUS According to (he testimony of Mrs. . Eddy, Uie couple; wore married Qcto : ber 17,' tfHtt In. Davenport. Iowa, and lived together until November 3 of j this year. Mrs. Eddy Was awarded the custody of their two c hildren, Vernon, aged 10 Ud Leda, igod 8. Nelson 'onway and his classmate Herbert Werti of Toledo, Ohio, who have been visiting with the former's parents, Attorney and 'Mrs. James .1. Conway In Center Ottawa, have ro lurneel to I.nko ForcHl to resume (heir studies at the Lake Forest Academy. Miss Babe llodgius was a Hansom visitor last night. Mrs. Carl Varley Of Marseilles was an Ottawa visitor today. Edgar (lerbur was a Kansoine visi tor last night. Frank Corrigan has returned home from a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. T. .1. Dougherty was a I. a Kalle visitor last night. Ronald Kenyon visited friends in Hansom yesterday. Frank Wynaskl of Marseilles was an Ottawa visitor lust night. lEx-mayor James F. Farrell, who has been a patient in a Chicago hospital i for several weeks, Is spending the week end al his home In this cltv MIhb f.ucile Warren Of' Christie St., was a Hansom visitor yesterday. Miss Jane Hedges or Chicago i visiting Miss Jean Oodl'roy, (32 Illinois Avenuo." Roscoe Metzger spent last evening In Btreator, Winston Colwcll of Ottawa avenii- (pmt last evening Is Ua Ratio, Mr, A. P, Hlcdiardson. of the Motel Ottawa, has Just returned from t promise I vlearare trip to Excelsior Springs, .io., wnere sue nas neen visiting ior the past month or six weeks. J, J, M'oDermott was a passenger for Chicago this morning. Mrs. W. I. Fornof, 6;!!) Webster St., is spending the clay with Chicago j friends. Arthur Auss one of the postal I letter carriers, who has 'been 111 for a number of clays, is able to bo i around again, but he is not able to resume work. Miss Elizabeth Williams of Chica I go Is the guest of her grandparents, on Center street, for the week end. ! Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Rice, 1303 No. CofunntB street, are the proud par j ents of a baby son, horn last night 'at Ryhurn hospital. I Elmer Hitter and Frleden Anderson of West Ottawa were among those who spent last night visiting friends in Streator. Charles B, Vosburgh. who thirty years ago was ono of Ottawa's mail carriers, and who for the past twen-tv-livii years has been a conductor on the Milwaukee & St. Haul railroad, a brother of Mrs (Jeorge Heights of this city, is spending a week's outing with friends and relatives In Otta Earl Harrison and Arthur Kltzput (his city. rllk of West Ottawa spent last even ing visiting with friends in Peru, James Wdlsh of North l,a Salle street has returned to his home In this city after Spendlni a brier visit with friends In Trenton. X. j. Harold Woodward, member of the lllini football eleven of I'rbana, 111., and a member of tin. University of Illinois student body, Is spending sev eral clays with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. C. E. Woodward, in East Otta wa. tlUSSell Levy has returned to Chica go af1"1" upending the past several clays visiting friends and relatives In this city. John Walsh of l,a Salle spent last evening visiting with HI is In Otta wa. Misses Mayme Phelan and Oather lue Khaughnessy of (JtlOU arc guests of the letter's visitors, Mrs. ft, i .Me Donald and .Mrs. John Klllojhcr, of this city. , Mrs. .(lines Lynch o' We el Madison street wont to Peoria teda.,- tc gpemi the' wee k i nil visiting her mother Miss Hide ii 'olwetl has returned to Chicago alter spending Thanksgiving With her sister, Miss Elizabe th Col well, and her brother, A. H. Colwell, on Lafayette street. St. Patrick's Bazaar will open Monday Night. The bazaar to be given by St. Pat lick's parish will open in (lie school hall next Monday night and close Wednesday night. A tine assortment of fancy work and Other articles are on display in Window of Miss Tubi'i ty's millinery slore. Popular amuse ments and attractive features Includ ing dancing will be on (he program. Heiit ric h's popular orchestra will fur nish the music-. Ladies of the First M. E. Church Vvlll hold a bazaar anil cafeteria sup per Saturday, December 3, In the church parlors. Bazaar "III be held in (he afternoon. Cafeteria supper al B o'clock, 50c. Supper served cfetria style. The Philanthropee Dept. of Ottawa Woman's Club will hold an all day meeting Wednesday, Novem- witli tne nome of Mrs. Logan, La MUie ouniy ,a no oriiiui ricnic luncheon will be served at 12:30, LAST PERFORMANCE IS ANOTHER BIG HIT (Continued from pige i. beur, Florence Schouus, loan Iteemt- sen, Dorothy Wllle, Mary Plcskovltclt, Relief corps (leanore Ri ckor, Elis abeth Halm, Xcllle Jacobs, Mildred luru. Helen rrankcnhauaer, Allele ii, neon, Jeano'tte Druck, i . luisg Mil ler. Druallla Halm, Theresa Roser, Ce cells Bchoraas, Oocellu I oi rr, E a Bauoche I'laiiies Thabor, Louise ci ie in ck, Edith Braudharm, Loi etto lxwman, Lucille Funk, Marl" Hotf man, I U nry BclkUIWI s Sd ard Itautth, Kflfeabatli ibi id, Ve4ma Hhi no. in. Ivy Small Vegetables -Kc nne fh Kobuld, BhH metl Estbolt, FraJik Wldroi r. Country bumpkins (Henry llalm, John Case, Joseph Malerhofer, I'ltc Schmidt, lliliim Burmann, liwronoa Mattes, Catherine- Kelly, Roue Die-kin son, Catherine Antendt, Elisabeth Bchlffgl us, Thidma Migoonaugh, Anna Hoss. Accompanying planlul Mi., Edwin Mattes. chaperones Miss Mayme Mlon Alice Rlgdon, Mrs Kincheloe, Mrs. C, Hlrloinan F, Kuhn, Mrs. N. Uoerr. Musical (-"roeiram. Act I. Boene 2. opening song.. College boys I'd Rather" John Jr.. Grace and valentines What a Fool I'd lle" C ha prone, parson, widows and bachelors. College medley College bojjji "I'm Bridget th" Cool," Bridget and the coobfi Vegetable dance Vegetable! Liberty girls "Ring Out Sweet He-ils of Peace". Soldier boy, Fncle Sam, Colum bia and Elberty girls. Act 1, Scen.; S, Alice blue gOWp Opening song College girls Act 2. Fox trot Maequaradefl Wood nymph elance' Japanette" lapanose "A Henora" Senora and Spanish dancerf ' I Want a Toy" Baby doll- Dutch elanco Hutch kids ' Sipping Cider Through a Straw" Country bumpkins Hon t You Remember the' Timet' ...Professor and country bumpkins Grand finale Ensemble PerroB w .1 Mrs. C. Old ELOREDGE ON STATE BAR ASSN. COMMITTEE eni men are expected to uttoud tho tasttvltlas, judge Eldredge of been named .1 member Hon committee for (he ii.ir Association banqu be held December 10th, this city has of the ri'ci p Illinois Stale I which Will at the Drak It Allan Sti'pheiiH. secrelarv of assoe iation al Ham Hie, III . hM been ' lit work lor weeks putting the llnlsh- ing touc hes on the elaborate pro-gram. The D. A. R. Will Hint on Thursday uftoNUMin of imxl week With Mr.:. I. I Ihuiiia. X.ll 1 1, ,. ' Highland Place, 73 . Butler, presi irslty ami the nee, erosidenl Otel In Chicago, In connection with tin- state meeting. Dr. Nicholas Murray eie-iit of Columbia Hniv Honorable C A. Sever, en me nuincun nar ASHOCiatlOn, are to sM-ak at the bamiuet Silas H Btrawo, president of the Illinois stute Tlar Association, will preside, in the afternoon Mrs Btrawri pien! to give- a litncj n at hes apartment, i":i Lake Shore' Drive and a matinee party (o the wives of the Supremo court jueKes and the banquet speak era. ai the speakers table faring Ih,. banquet, win be th,. jn,i,;,, , ,, supreme court. Dr Butler, Mr, Sever en. e, Mr, Btrawn ami poslbl) Bome of the visiting dignitaries, . Invitations have be-e-ii g0nl to the Presidents of tho state bar sasocia lions oi Indiana, Michigan. Wisconsin ...... eiesoiH, iewa and Missouri .... wui me iiinclieon at Hi, iud anil tin. bRnquel an nve hundred or in th more to at- Chloago Drake prom In Use SAPOLIO For Every Room in the House ! n the kitchen SAPOI .10 cleans pots, pans, oilcloth and cutlery; in the bathroom SAPOLIO cleans porcelain, marble, tiling the wash basin and bathtub; in the hallway SAPOLIO cleans painted wood work, doors, sills and concrete or stone noors. Dee that tlic name SAPOLIO is on every package. ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. Sofe- Afanuticfurarci New York U.S.A. clrls . 1 '" we. Ben Rlake of Marseilles was an Ottawa visitor this morning. Rill Lane of Marseilles is spelling several clays visiting with friends In In af- he I to I to Notice. On October 12, 1921, tho Ottawa Hrewery changed its name. After this date It will he known as the Ottawa Products Co. Who Uses Willard Threaded Rubber Batteries? It would be a good deal quicker to name over the car-builders who don't. For the great majority of builders of cars and trucks have s-lcted Willard Threaded Rubber Batteries. You'll Had them now on 173 makes. The ability of Threaded Rubber In sulation to resist cracking, warping and puncturing, and th reforc to give more miles of uninterrupted service per dol lar, appeals to the builder as much a'J the huyer. When you buy a new battery it is wevth your while to look into th" bat tery that has been selected by the best brnins of the automotive industry th- Willard Threaded Rubber Battery. We ran fit ycur car from our com plete stock. BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SER VICE STATION 217 WEST MAIN STREET OTTAWA, ILL. Willard Batteries FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH WILLIAM S. WHITSITT, Minister Sunday School, p:4S. Morning Worship, 10 'i Subject: "The Master's Toucb" Vesper Service, 5:00 o'clock Rev. F. A. Stephens of Marseilles will preach. Business Men, Farmers, Firms and Corporations are invited to place their checking accounts with this Bank 4 PER CENT Paid on Savings Accounts! All Deposits are amply secured by the Capital Stock, Undivided Profits and Safe Investments. Capital Stock : : : : $100,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 30,000.00 Capital Stock, $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $30,000 The People's Trust & Savings Bank W. D. Duncan, Vice John Pres. Garland, President. T. B. Kendrlck, Cashier. DA "Fix it up so Santa Claus will deliver a Columbia to our house this Christmas. We all enjoy it." THE FOLKS See the new and improved Columbia - The purest toned of all. We can arrange the terms. MOREY The Piano Man Madison Street Olawa Public Sale of Katherine Lempp property will be held on the premises, Thursday Dec. 8, at two o'clock p. m., just north of "Prairie Grocery Bridge" In We& Ottawa a very desirable property. For particulars inquire of Robert Carr, Cen tral Life Building, or The First Trust Company, Ottawa, Illinois. Friends of The Irish Republic And Liberty ATTENTION On Tuesday, Nov. 29th At Eight o'clock Gayety Theatre Honorable Frank Dempsey Mayor of Mallow Cork will speak Also Mrs. Winifred Mason Huck A Mass Meeting No Admission Musical Program mmtemmmmassm fmmmmmsemmmb THE WAGES OF MONEY Work witli the ImiieK or die brain i- i .iid for in wages. Fe r iii'tiicy receiver! a certain amount oi time mtrsl la- put in or a dduiitc amount of work performed, 'I he wages oi money are paid in interest. There i no e!f'rt expended for doHais savetl increase tlieir kind. re youjsavrjyg s" )"ur money will make nn'ie nv nee for Von? "i 4j ' ' ' . We invite yon fc use our Savings Department ? Since 1865 TheNationalCityBank of OTTAWA Capital and Surplus $350,000.00 I