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FREE TRADERS OURNAI AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER 0 OTTAWA FREE TRADER Established 1840. WEATHER OTTAWA JOURNAL Probable showers to night or Sunday; cooler Established 1880. VOLUME ii--N(). 258 OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER :0, 1922, :t O'CLOCK EDITION. L'BICE TWO CE3S TS POULIN NOT GUILTY TIERNAN CHARGE 0 HALT MEXICAN REVOLT AFTER JUAREZ CAPTURE IF SIZE WERE DETERMINED BY NOISE REBELS SEIZE AND HOLD RIO GRANDE CITY FOR FOUR HOURS Fl G H T INC COFFEEN HEISER NUPTIAL QUIETLY S BRIEFi PERFORMED TOP TROOPS LOYAL TO GOVERNMENT REBELS AFTER A MEXICO CITY OVERPOWER DOZEN WERE KILLED JUREO. AND MANY MORE IN POPCLAI! MARSEILLES GIRL RE CONES BRIDT OF FREE TRAD ER -JOURNAL LINOTYPE OPERA TOR N SERVICE AT ST. "RAN- cis' Church. II Paso, Tex., Sept 30. (By the A. IM Tin' riiy ii Juarez is gain controlled by mra In sympathy with the Mexico City authorities, after be Iiir iii possession of rebel force for four hours this morning in the brtet lighting during a period nut longer ih. in four hours in duration twelve soldi en were allies and twice that number Injured i.atcr in t He morning three revoiu tionary private! capered hy a Karri son corporal were lined up attaint! a stone wall and executed al the com maud of the officer it charge of the Tort. El Paxo. Texas, npt 30, The -titers garrison rev ol ltd .'it - o'clock this morning l.oi hir Captain Vol Vrnt- of the One Hundred and Forty third battalion, the I ft soldiers sin tioued i r the Mexican city released all prisoners from th city jail, in, prisoned their officers and too pes sc lon of the town. At 3 o'clock this morning looting had In -un along 'ati niiT' io. ii, uaJu struct, The prisoners, am in; whom wcrn a Mnzeii nidi 'lii'M 'in murder e'largci. had obtained rifles and am mat ItTon. Thrir first Oct vas to t reak into a an hm and seize bottle of tequila, Colonel A. Ksptieza, commanding of Hcer'of the be fusion which revolted. wdaJ prisoner of the rebels In his own i iiarters Bveri other officer of t ' organization wat held by the revolutionist.-;' under heavy guard, Several pergopa had be&n' wounded tn desultory firiBi; hy thi Insurrection ists. it was reported. Police and customs guards of Juarez, RtunneA hy the sadden rebef Hon, offered nt resistance t: the s'ol llrrs and released prisoner . it was reported that the poUcs were being disarmed hy the rebels as foot as they were taken Into custody. 3. rVnd' z, commander of the gar rison, was rut off from the telegraph office in Juarez by the rebel. H came to the. Auk i lea n side of the river In an attempt to get in Immediate ti h grwphtc communication with Mexico city and Ohihuahut. City. Mis messages contained a request that, loyal troops he sent to the bor dot town, Among the prisoners re leased from tail wer three men who were under life sentences on charge ofrnnrdeT, a dozen American wome1 end men were also set free. The revolt came with a atiddenne i that dazed Juarez residents, sccus tomed as they are to revolts in their city. I'ntii after mldnighl last ntghi the dty was thronged ftiUh American tour ists and pleasure seekers. There was no siirlaee hint of Impending trouble General Fendez said at i o'clock this morning that Captain Val Verde, leader of the rebellion, ha l been loo ; hI on with suspicion by loyal officers for some time. Twelve Killed. Kl Paso, Tex., Sept. 30. River guards and police at. T;3fl a. in. today! gave battle to rebel soldiers. Til" clash was in the main streets of Juar ez. The rebel and federal ton es at tacked hut lacked yeadershtp, A doz en were killed or wounded. Seue Jail: Free Prisoners. n Paso Texas. Kept. 80, Troops art reported to have seized He- jail in Jueraz and roiesCd the prisoners. The police say over the telephone that the troops have "nine over," hut do not know whether it is on account ol being behind in pay or because of a revolution. United States Rir-hes TrooDS. 101 Paso. Texas. Sept. 30, Imme diately after I Oited States iirmy of ficiate were notified early today that ttie Mexican garrison in Juarez, Chi huohua, aen.ss the Uio Grande troni litre, had revolted, preparations were taken to send troops re enforcements to the American side of the Interna tional bridge. At a iuie nuiilj.il Ibis uinriiim at It o'clock it the rectory of St Fran-1 ( is' Catholtp church, Miss Kditl Jane' Coffeen, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Cofleen of Marseilles, bbamel the bride ol Joseph . Ileiser, Sill of Fred Helsei, of Bridge street. ,-v Caslmlr Millr, rector of St. Frjicis'l church, whetc the groom has but g life long ine.nlier, od'n dated. The best linn and matron of boor Victor Heis'r and Mrs. Wilbii J Matbes, a brtther and sister ofthi groom, were the only guests thi were in attendance at the cereiiKiyl The bride was attractively gowedi In her travel! is gull of reindeer ol- ored broadcloth. With a hat and sip-' pera to match, Her corsage bouqUl was of American beautly rose bu and sweet peas. Tie- matron of honor wore a gnu crepe knit nilk gown, and a blgcl hat. Mr. Helser and his bride left on the IP: 11' train for Chicane. Where they will spend their honeymoon. They will return In i week) and will eo to housekeeping in a S&Wly furnished residence which Mr Heiser has pre pared, for his bride at 7 1 it Sycalnnrti street Thai brMe has resided in Marseilles practically all of her life, and is very populM' among the young people in that city. She also has a wide circle of friends in Ottawa, The itrooin has made his home in Ottawa all of his life, and is one of the h"st known young men in the city. During the world war he served in France with the A. E. F. He is em-) ployed as a linotype operator at the; Fn-e Traler-Journal. F 5F7lfFF OKLV 42 MILES V W '3 ,' C S J JUDGE DECIDES FAMED BABY CASE AGAINST WOMAN South Bend, Ind, Sept 30. Harry Poulin, haberdasher charged by Mrs. Augusta Tiernan with being the father of her third child was found 'not euiltv in the rirv w - 'J ou it here today. Judge C. L. Ducombe HEAVY WEK'S GRIND awaits grand jury nlairt in his comment the defendant "not strict sense, of. the that he believed thern TO CONVEN E OCT. 8 MOST OF CASES ON STATE'S AT TORNEY'S DOCKET ARE FROM OTTAWA SEARCH AND SEIZ URE CHARGES LEAD LIST. Unlike the sions, when last few maud practically no jury sea charges i PREPAR CLEAR ETO tCTS BOUGHT F 0 R E NGOLN SCHOOL BOAO SELLS HOUSES ON LAND PUICHASED FOR ADDITIONAL PLAGROUNDS AT WEST SIDE BUILJING. ILLINOIS MINE BLAST KLLS 5, PERILS 300 Johnson city. in.. Sept. 80 (A.P.) Five men were hilled and three in jured it an explosion in the Lake Creek mine of the Consolidated Coal company Friday afternoon. Approxi-, mately 300 men were iu the mine at tiie tine. First reports stated nine apparent-1 Early tenants the Lin chased bj th November Hie hist of the llie houses just west of n school which were pur- RChool hoard as addi- recheck ac y had heel) killed, but ounten for all but ive. shortly there after rescue teams brought the Ive dead from the colliery. The blast occurred about half a mile rom the entrance shall. While the exact cause ,,f the explosion has eoi keen determined, it is attributed to a u-as pocket. LAST SAD RITES HELD FOR LATE MRS. 0SMAN The funeral of Mrs. Zllpa Strawn Oaman, who died Thursday, was held from her home on Congress street at :i o'clock yesterday afternoon and the interment was made in the Ottawa avenue cemetery. i The funeral was very !arj;o and was I attended by many out of town people I and a great many local people alno I were in attendance at the last rites Of the old pioneer resident, who was 90 years old. The pallbearers were Btrawn l.aciair, Nevoy vin French, Dr. s. K I' lor Strawn. tlonol plaground for the children, will move it) and work will he .start, ed moving itway the houses to clear the ground. Two of the residence-, have alreadjbeen vacated, and all of tile Other ttiHiits have been served wi(,h orders t move out. All the buidiii-s on the property were resold, Btej they were purchas-l eil py tne sehd hoard, and will be moved away t) other parts of tin city. The groups will then be level ed olT. and fixe' into an appropriate play ground for the kiddies who at tend the Uncoil school . 1 With the exception if the one lot j occupied ley the Vleekmsloek house, i just, west of the school building on I Madison street, tin ktddfea will have Ian entire block in 'their grounds, i When the school boaTi purchased I the property, they gave Mch tenant sixty days to vacate. TlrW notices I were served the latter plrt of Au gust. Two id' the tenant have Sl , rcidy vacated without watting for I their sixty days to expire. LA SALLE PROS TD MEET IOWA LEVEII EARLVILLE LADIES ANNOUNCE BAZAAR AND CHICKEN SUPPER The ledies of St. Theresa's church in Krh ill have c innh 'ed idana f'r i a supper, bazaar and dance to be given by them in RobtoBon'e hall the coming week. Contrary to the estab lished cusfein, tin event this year will 'c a two-night altlir. the supper and bazaar to be glvirt on Wednesday. Old. 4, and the Jance the following j evening. The suiipi r will commence at B:0 i. m. and It st tifitil all are served. Mrs. John Hurdi'k Mra. A. I). Ye:i"-I rick, Mrs, John uantMn, Mrs. August! Radt r and MRM Nora Antoine, w ith ! their asatetanta Will preside at th") : , inner tablt ;. A Uimpse at th'- menu i prepared by the ladles reveals a list of such tempting food things as tried spring chicken. , ma died potatoes, ' gravy. Saifide, lakes, pies, quits I enough to tempt the anuetite of the most, fastidious. Tlie ROTVlce thlS I veur will be in cnimtrv Otylc, with a fiat charge per pljto. Mm. Stephen orowiey tu a citarge of the fancy worn 1" this I ootfl ar- icle - lllcll lllellll' hll'ICt BOOB, Oil' CLAIMS HELPMEET ADMITTED SHE IS UNTRUE TO HER VOWS were preferred against Ottawa men, will be the meeting of the October jury, when the hulk of all the charges presented will he either agnst Otta wans or for crimes committed in this city. A heavy week is predicted for the county prosecutors and the jurors, following Oct.. 8, when they will go in session. Resides the charges of major crimes they will he called upon to Investigate will be several of violating the search and leisure act, which must be threshed out before them. During the past three weeks, several men have been bound to the grand jury for vio lating the search and seizure laws. Among the most important cases whic h the records show will be pre sented to tile jury will be the follow fng: Thomas Onanla, of Ottawa, charg ed Willi assault with attempt to rapt! Elizabeth Karland complainant, today rtide it that he foend guilty" in the Word. He said n.io seen intimate relatione between Mrs. Tiernan and Ponlin. The fact, however, that Professor Tiernan had lived With his wife thruout the en tire affair created the reasonahlo dOUbl that made it legally compul sory to find for the defendant. Prosecutor Jelllson and Profeisor Tiernan announced after podge Du combe had rendered his opinion that the case would he appealed and car ried to the supreme court of tbu United states. Prof. Tiernan Shocked. "The decision was a great lupriM to mo" declared Prof Tiernan. "It swept me completely off my feet." Mrs, Tiernan fainted as she wan DIVORCE PLEA IN CIRCUIT COURT BASED UPON WIFE'S ALLEGED ADMISSION OF UNFAITHFUL NESS TO MARITAL OBLIGATIONS. Kusmtch or Kuz eharged with lar the National Fire- and Francis (barged with nin th e tutted piece, ancy, and iinick ittract the early he plat eil on w oases, doilil aprons, plain and knacks Intoded H Christmas shopper will sale ,- ' reasonable! prict i. Then is to he i candy booth, too, where toothsome liomeni.-i.de candies may in purchased If .Miss Hazel Leon ard, The. president o the society,, Miss 'al llughis, is Unllrlng in her effort lo make the wbob affair a huge suc cess, and with tin? Ldvent of favorable weather a. larg- patronage is ex- p. cteo. Lou Perkins Strawn. Mid lire and Tay r tii TIN0 AND SOPHIE SAIL FROM GREECE Athens. Sept. 3d. King Coiisfan tine, Queen Sophie and Prince Nlcho- j las sailed today for Palormo, Sicily. I on hoard a Oreek ship, on which the) embarked at Oropua, placed at the jdisptsal of tb fallen monan h by the revolutionaries. The departure -was i WftitOUt ceremony. i tie Italian government m expected to Install the (ireek royal family Mt 1'alermo. REPORT OF SERBIAN REVOLT IS DENIED BRITISH SEE PEACE HOPE ON THE WANE Belgrade, Sept. r.n. The Serbian press bureau issued a note today de nying the alarming news regarding a purported revolution in Belgrade aimed against the crown It declares these reports are due to enemy propaganda Constantinople. Sept 30. -British officials admit that the Chanak situa tion is growing more critical and that hopes for an amicable settlement are waning. I T''ans In this locality till have a I good chance to see a leal football game tomorrow al'tcrnoi.A when the i I -a Salle Dodgers and he Iowa Na tional guard meet at If o'clock on I Matthlessen Held in rJ Salle. The j Iowa team is a highly fated and will sure put up a battle and are picked by many to beat La ftlle. La Salle I has its strongest Hgeul in years and such stars as G'ln'ge Crawford, former Ottawa high sdhool star, play ing with them. Newman of Mendota will perform at Quaker, while the star of last year's tUjh school team. Cohen, will also perflrm. Men like Krugcr. HoCormack .did Lee and many others ate all At the lienup. ROBERTS DELEGATE TO T. B. CONFERENCE lr. A. J. Robert i of Ottawa has been offered an apiDintmont as a del egate from thi- sta( to the tenth an r.ual session i r the Mississippi Volley conference oi tul re'ilosis at Mil waukee, Wis., r 0 ' in a:d 11 by Oovernor In mall of this state. Air. , '"' V iViil iii.-ei'l tip STREET CAR6UMPS INTO AUTOMOBILE Another accident occurred on the Illinois river bridg'i lasi night, when a city street car itii charge of Motor man Herman Qraffj and the tpurtng car owned and drilen by Charles J. Matthias, of HighMnd place, figured in a collision. The accident occur red shortly before 19 o'clock as the street car was heaied north and the auto was going silith. The reap of the ;iito was struck by the front of the oaf, and damaged to the extent of Sinn The machine had to he towed over tp the Leverlch gar age after the accident for repairs. Mr. and Mrs. Matthias and Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Bauchle, who were riding in the touring car escaiped uninjured, ex cept for a had s-hoking up. The auto was just being turned off the tracks when the collision occurred, the rear of the right side receiving the force of the collision, CHARLES L EATON LOWERED IN GRAVE The remains of Charles I,. Katon of Sioux Falls, S I), whose body was brought here for burial, were laid to rest yesterday afternoon. Services were held for the deceased in the Deer Park Baptist church of which! he was a Member until his departure for the west yearn ago and interment was made in the old Vormillionville j cemetery at Deer Park. The pall Charging his wife with misconduct I and naming "John Doe" as co-respon j dent, Clyde H. Wheeler, a. switchman on the ('., I!. t (2. railroad and well I known Ottawa man, has Hied suit for divorce against .Mrs. Elisabeth Wheel 1 01 in the circuit' court The couple until this month resided at SIS La Salle street, i Mr. Wheeler in his bill, which was Hied by his attorneys, Butters ti. Clark alleges that the defendant has admitted that she was untrue to ; him. The suit, was started the middle of the week, but was suppressed until today so that service could be obtain j ed on M i s. Wheeler. i ne complainant asks the custody of their little daughter, Elisabeth Jane, aged t years, who the hill al , leges, is now with her mother. , According to the bill the couple i were married Jan. 12. l!l. in Peprla, i The complainant, claims that they jy ed together until March 1, 1921, when lie left the defendant and lived apart from her for one month. On April 1. egos he returned to her and with her until Sept 16 of this Steve and John mitch, of Ottawa, cony of tih- from proofing Co. Bernard Settle ger. of Marseilles, stealing ol an auto. John .McBride, Ottawa, c barged with assault with a deadly Weapon for the alleged stabbing of .1. (). Werner. W. D. Bosselman, of Ctlca, charg ed with the assault with a deadly weapon. I). II. Fitzgerald, of complainant. Bdward Kennedy and Bernard Car son, charged with holding up Charles Nywelins, of Ottawa. Henry Myers, of La Salle who was shot while it is alleged he was hold ing up a soft, drink parlor in La, Salle. Otto Qebhardl and Francis Doolln, charged with driving an automobile while Intoxicated. William Bozeman, of ti ed with a violation of th seizure laws. John Lakon. Otta wa violation of the search laws. Steve Oapra, Ottawa, violation the search and seizure laws. INQUEST TO DECIDE CAUSE OF DEATH leaving the court room and was tak en to her home in a taxicab. Judge Ducombe in his ruling said "there are two views hy which to con sider this case One is of 'imnorsl ' e-'.i ii,(. ether is ' is Harry Poulin the father of the child, irrespective i he pu die is looking upon this case nur.I.v from an immoral standpoint i ml is endeavoring to place the blamo on either the mother or the defenri anl lor the shame that has befallen these parties and our community. Baby Is Forgotten. . "The court has but one duty to per forin and that Is to determine from the evidence and facts in the case and that is whether Harry Moulin fs the fateher of the child, irrespective ol whom Is lo blame for the conduct Of tin- parlies. It might be well to say at this time that the only inno cent party to this code is the baliy, who has been foremost in the mind of the court during all the trial, but in the clamor and cries of the public the child has almost been entirely forgotten." SEVEN LOSE LIVES IN NEW YORK FIRE iwa, chare search and tharged New York, Sept 30.- -Seven persons lost their lives in a lire which early today swept through a five-story anartnienl house at U4i West One Utica, Hundred and Ninth street, between Broadway and Amsterdam avenue. Nearly a score more were Injured, sev eral seriou ' ly, and dozens of others won save. I hy firemen and volunteers who plunged through windows iw the dames, which bad shut, off escape for the twenty-four families inside. One of the dead was a baby thrown from fh" burning building by a fran tic mother. Another, a boy of 16, was killed when he jumped from a win dow. The "cad ore Wilbur Fenn, 15, and his son. Wilbur Jr., i ; William HumtneJJ, 16; Albert Hununeil. 18: Harry froff, IV and Irene and Flora Hoff. ti, iwthi to be his daughters. Willi letsui 0CAL PHOTOGRAPHER SNAPPED BEST" BOY A Kl , and line Mild YllCdivii'li a m I Hit I, ,.,., I Aim. ue .tneges ne returned to her and trlan, pi e,i awaj at the Ryhttrn hos liv.xl with her until Sept. ir of this pilal at 8 o'clock this morning. Milo Vl'"r- j Vic was admitted to the hospital last. Non-support Charged. Thursday after he had suffered a Mabel Babe, of Mission township, stroke of apoplexy and was found has stgrted divorce proceedings in the; lying alongside the Rock Island tracks circuit court against Harry Itabe. The at Marseilles. KCttofl was begun several days ago, I Tne cause of the Austrian's! death hut. was suppressed until this morn- cehid not ho determined and an In ing until the necessarv paners were eutent will be held this afternoon al served on the defendant, hotoii the liter who stale fair than ; nois, was placed Met.zger Ladies larg. son Jr. Mi.-. F street. raph of Klnier Tryon 1-year-old son of Mr. T. Khersol of Calhe scored higher at. tb" tiy other hoy lit III on exhibition in tlm Shop this afternoon. According to the bill the couple were married Sept. 17, 19 W, in Mis sion. and are the parent! of one son, LaVerue, Otis, aged three and one-half years. For seven years. Mrs. Babe alleges, the defendant has refused to support her and has never paid her hoard or lodging She also charges him with cruelty, claiming that he squeezed her arms until they became black and blue, that he struck her and that on Sept. 27 of this year he seized a knife and threatened to kill her and her mother. She asks alimony and an injunction prohibiting him from Interfering erith her or from coming to the home nf her mother. Mrs. Mary Haglere, where she is living. me uianretter morgue. As far OS is known the deceased has no relatives, at least in this country. He was unable to talk English or reid or write any language. When ad mitted to the hospital he w is unable to speak, anil never smke to anyone while In the hospital. appointment John Lansing Entertains. John I analog entertained tin gem-Iter- of his card club ln-t night at his Bonn on Glover street in honor of v birth daj Fight men w tp Mm til ! The time was snent nlft Vina ,,,.i,- hearers were all old friends of the Refreshments were served bv tbi ROCK ISLAND OPERATOR RETURNEDTO OTTAWA Richard A. I.vnch has reel ived a telmrnun from the Bock Island office of the Reel; Inland railwav announc ing that John Keating id' Ottawa has been assigned the position of first trick operator here to succeed Fr d Thomas, who has Iw en assigned Hie position of ticket agent in the office i of the rood at Rock Island Mr , I nomas w ill take up his new duties Tin s 'ay. as wTl Mr. Keating. Mr K itina is M stranger here, as ho MM second tries operator h re four years ago and has been first trick on "",,lr In Morris for the past four The same photograph, which was made hy Se, hold, the Ottawa photog rapher, will le- published in the roto gravour section of the Chicago Tri bune tomorrow AUTOMOBILE BURNS UP ON COUNTRY ROAD 'ire which started from the ignl tlon of the Iteo touring car belonging to Charles If Fool, a Freedom town ship farmer, totally destroyed the machine last night at 9 octock on Hie road a mile and a half south of Harding Tb" car was driven hv Mr I Pool's fifteen year old daughter Bdtth, "ho was accompanied by her cousin Wayne Fool, aged 18 and I Miss Mabel Doininy, aged 15. The I three were riding along the road When they discovered the bottom o i the auto in flames They jumped out anil rushed to the heme of a farmer residing nearby for water, hut the time they got back to the auto the flames bad gained such a headway it was impossible to save tim machine. The auto was a I SHU model. o t. ar.s Merriage Licenses. George F Davison. I .a Salle, 37; Ida Nostor. I.a Salle. 31. Joseph W Heiser. Ottawa, legal; Bdith Jane Coffeen. Ottawa, legal. Crank J. Busch. Ottawa, legal. Elizabeth Harrington. Ottawa, legal. tor K ssley. Hden township, 34; Lydia Zimmerman. Granville, 2-". 1