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" O FREE TRADER-JOTTRN II AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER 1 OTTAWA FREE TRADER Eitabll.hed 1840. WEATHER Generally fair tonight OTTAWA JOURNAL and Tuesday; not much Established 1880. VOLUME i;--NO. 25! OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, MONDAY OCTOBBH 2, 1922, I O'CLOCK EDITION. PK1CE TWO CENTS YOUNG GIRL BEHEADED AUTO COLLISION IN TWO DEPARTMENTS TRY TO SAVE FARM BUILDINGS RUSH TO ASSISTANCE OF FAMILY AS FLAMES ATTACK BARNS 100 CHICKENS DIE000 TO HEIRS M ARSE ILL CS AND SENECA RALLY TO AID OF I. G. DRAKLEY. WHOSE PLACE WAS THREAT ENED LAST NIGHT BY TOTAc DESTRUCTION. The dr. departments from Mar . I'm, assisted ty ii In IN uml Si'. Illll'klt I'll: night which ade, bottled a DIM last two htirii-il I'mi i liu ki'ii calves ami deslr I u llimi, I'oi ni rib, chicken lit . u .-. . in. house, windmill, a hay. cobs and soiih dt thr l. (i. Drmklej a half nurlh of Si' clinic Klii'il. pi): largo amount ot farm machinery rami, a uilli- ami n'.- a 'I'lii' bin.". in unknown origin ;f j'.hout 18,000; Miiirri start efl rnirii i l l tied a damage which was only partially borer I. (trance it was diacovt rid ic ut s :.() o'clock by Hans Qdnrde DMtAd along the rmd III his a; bile. Member" -f thr. Drakh i il by rning a he tono mmtiv the tire Word s At that ware In bed at tin' time of mid wi'fi awakened by Mr. rulls urban In1 saw the blue, time It war burning In a hay bed it the ettd ill the barn. Call wi re sent to thi neighb irs and to t!n fire de partments of Senectt and Marseille?, who roaponded and aided in buttling the flumes. A new eorncrib. the Kar ate and tin house with one of two email sheds wi re il only bail. lings on the farm which wer thi' tire spreading w 1 th t to the other structures. A BOOn as the lire wi the automobile wa bin '. it rapidlti disco va nut of rnd the gurnge. The building is built or con- i rete blocks and has a tin r woodwork of the building, caught lire and burned. T not. The however, In bouse anil crib Which were saved were root ed with fireproof shingles. Two email wells on the place were pumped dty by the Mars lllea depart ment coon after they arrived. The windmill over the largcat well vvjis burning in fore the department naCbnd the Are, which made it Im possible to tret any water from there. Vi the barn a mov.er. planter, double dis for a tractor, several sets of barqaMi and a great dead of Other macfinory were destroyed. A valua ble all which was In the building when the fire Started broke and ran cut tOKr.fety, snvirg its own life. The structure, which was a large barn in good condition, was filled with hay, as was a shed at the end of the build ing. This wan all destroyed. All of the horse;; and cattle of the farm were in the pasture. The chick en ho'ise, in which about 100 fowls Were loos ting, was burned to the ground and all of the birds were killed. The eorttcrib wbb filled with cobs. Practically all of the machinery was carried from the machine shed and tool house before the tire ate Its way In there. Keaxmers were forced to abandon their work, however, before completely emptying the Hhed. South Side Barn Levelled. Two alarms wire turned in over Sunday and the (ire department made that many runs. The first, call was a false alarm when a smell girl pulled box 1 by mistake and coot the. de partment on a wild goose chase. The false alarm was turn in at 2:05 from the box in South Ottawa. At ":'M) the department was called over to the South Si le to extinguish a real lire in a barn belonging to Mrs. Lena M. Pratt. 618 Van Buren street. The barn was located at the corner of Van Buren ar.d has not reel been mil I'Vurth avenue used since August, When it serve Pratt. The val 011 the barn or could not he is at Sfubjar, wi stern part I as a garage for Mrs. le placed by the owner whether it was insured learned, as Mrs. Pratt Kan., on a tour ot the of the United States. The barn was totally destroyed, and it took an hour and bait to extinguish the flames. Origin of the fire has not been established by Assistant Fire Chief Stevenson. Marriage Licenses. Floyd K. Pritchard. Freedom, 24; Marie A. Mank, De Kalb, 19. John C, Soegor. Streator, 22; Martha H. Prenneke, Streator, 21. Milton J. Paxson, Hennepin. 21!; Anna liwald. La Salle. 18. Carl T. Little, Springfield, legal; Susan C. Qfftttota, Virden, legal, Andrew Kussek, I'eru, Hj Helen Gueror. Peru. 18. William ' . Frets e Streator, Celia Shawback, Tonica, 2.r. -fi; Mohammedans Favcv Violet. The violet Is the flower of the fcammedan religion and inlet is ttourning color of its foilowkra, (he ray CONTRACTOR LEFT ESTATE WORTH PROPERTY OF LATE JOHN PETER TROMPtTER IS FILED FOR PRO BATE IN COURT OF JUDGE R. D. MILLS. An estate worth $xii,.r0 was left iy the late Jobn Peter Troon peter, : I'crii contractor, who died on Aug. -I. according to a petition Bled in the Probata burt Baking that his will he : probated. The pi titioii. which was I hied by tin widow. Mrs. Anna 'from- ; petal, listed tin- testator's real estate as vulneil at $7'.i.5oi and his personal property si 7,00u By the tarna ir (statin's property sonnl. goes to the Trumpeter, for bo death it Lin- s to til in equal shares. hfs will, all or tin both real and par widow, Mrs. Anna lifetime. At her testator's children Mir. Trompeter is appoint ii asteeutru witl The v.ilj was drawn ait bond. Ian. !, 1905, ami war witnessed by F. K. Hobera and DaYld George, HERRIN GRAND JURY RAPS SPECIAL REPORT Marion, III., Oct. of state' ami county the partial n pie t of 2. The critirism offioiala made in tin I peotal grand jury Investigating thi killinga Aiij not justiii ord of the special Bodj . Eierria mine J by the rec aeeordlng to a report to Circuit Judge llartwell to day by thi regular Williamson county grand jury. Th 1 special grand jury, which re t tamed 214 indictments against seventy-four men in connection with the killing of twenty-two men June 21. 1 "22. last, at ptesi )' is in reeens. In Its report today the regular jury congratulated the miners' union for providing food and cmforts for their members now In jail therefore taking this expense from the county. The report directed attention to the fact that QrVi rnof Small was attend in his trial ; rioting occurrt preeaed home "those guilty it wan d. anil and 1 of the cegan when the the jurymen ex lonitldence that killing may he nd just trial." ! brought to a speedy DESTROYER FLEET 14 I DOTY IN NEAR EAST TWELVE SHIPS ORDERED TO MEDITERRANEAN SET SAIL THIS MORNING WILL PROTECT AMERICAN INTERESTS. Norfolk, Va., Oct. 2. The twelve American destroyers oreder to the near east to protect American Inter ests started today on their trans-Atlantic voyage to the Mediterranean, Turks Enter Thrace. Constantinople, Oct. 2. A band of Sfl t Turkish irregulars crossed the bor der of Thrace at Sinekli lo the north west of Silivri (41) miles west of Con stantinople), and attacked the Greek outposts. They were being forced to k withdraw when reinforcements arriv ed, and the Turks were thrown back! i across the boundary. London, Oct. 2. One of the rea sons given for MustaphU Kemal him- I self not attending the Mudania con 1 ference is that he is in fear of assas- sination or imprisonment. The whole I situation is considered here to be frought with the danger of war, de spite the present easing of the ten sion. STEAM PIPE EXPLODES HITTING SAW DW0RKER Wayne GiUlng an employee of the Ottawa Silica Sand company. Buffer ed a painful injury Saturday after noon about five o'clock, when a steam pine exploded at the plant and part of the pipe hit him In the face cut ting a gash which required three stitches to close besides stunning him and bruising him considerably about the face. The injured man was tak er, to the hospital and his wounds were dressed by Doctor Jamison. He is now ratting at his home in West Ottawa and Will be confined there for a week or so. LEAVES AMERICA FOR HOOKING J j I CRANE CO. OFFICIALS SPEND WEEK END ATI ,11 THI RTY-TKR EE EXECUTIVES OF LARGE ,RON WORKS PAY VISIT TO RESORT OPERATED FOR BENEFIT OF EMPLOYES. Thirty-three of the officials and de partnent heads of the Crane Co . of Chietgo, enjoyed some real Indian sports over the week end when they sojourned at Buffalo Rock, west of Ottava, where the company owns a sanitarium and big recreation grounds. The members of the party drove to Ottawa Saturday afternoon, to link over the Improvements that have been installed during the past season, discuss plans for future itn provemeiits. . ! The entertainment provided for the I week end Vas in charge of Miss Abide ; Preston, tie superintendent of the Buffalo Rotk property, and was one I which will long be remembered by j the guests. The administration build i ing was timed into an old Indian fes-' tivityground for the. occasion. Pino trees from ihe woods were brought in to make die setting more realistic, and the Indhn wigwam, a camp fire, which woul,l have brought amaze ment to tin former residents of the grounds, and many other equally tit tractive decorations changed the in terior of the building from a modern home, Into an old Indian abode. The entertaument for the week end started with a banquet, which was served at 7 o'efcek on Saturday night. A roast pig wis the piece de resist ance at the hinquet. In the center of the long tlble. a long birchbark canoe which rode orer a mirrored lake, was manned hv an Indian doll. Other Indian decorations were used on the tablet, add tomahawk favors were at eao cover. These favors were made with hollow handles which contained liistories of Buffalo Rock. Following the banquet, C. K. Colo. photograpSer, who for; years has been a lecturerfor the Chicago Daily News, gave a very interesting talk on Indian history il this part of the country. Dr. Harvey, the company medical di rector. aJso made a talk. Yesterday the visitors motored to Starved Rock, and a number of them played at the Ottawa golf club. In dian archery was indulged in and oth er Indiat sports furnished the amuse ments at the rock. They returned to Chicago late yesterday afternoon. On Siturday night the official oc cupied the new "veterans" cottage and the tents the company has erect ed for the vacation of the employes. Quite Frequently, Borea. The trouble with men of sei.se la rnar iiey p. re so nrendfullv in 11 the while. Bovee, earnest BUFFALO ROCK SAN T A RIDE ON THE LUMBER WAGON i a8fi5?fB5fe. &wmr HEY BILL! I'LL BE THERE AT THE OTTAWA MERCHANTS FALL FESTIVAL OCT. -Q-'O-'I Three bin. davs of ing. A chance to winter needs at a merchandis huy your bin .saving. WONDERFUL WINDOW , WED. EVF, OCT SHOWS DIVORCE DEFENDANT TAKEN SERIOUSLY ILL Making a fight for his life, phys icians and attendants at Ryburn hos pital succeeded in saving Harry Rahe, Mission township farmer, who hist, week was made defendant in a di vorce proceeding instituted by his Wife, Mrs. Maliel Rahe. Rahe, who is about 35 years of age, was taken in the hospital at 8 o'clock last night by a friend, who stated that the man was ill and needed treatment. Dr, S. E, Pan- was rated to attend him, and diagnosed tin case as a poison victim. A light was star:ed at once to save the man who appeared to be absolute ly despondent and refused to talk, even to divulge any information Which might aid Ihe physician In di agnosing his Cas4 Throughout the night and the early part of the day a fight against the ravages of the ill ness was made. This afternoon the unfortunate man had passed the crisis and it was said Would be able to leave the hospital bv night. 4 Friends of Mr. Rahe say he became Mount Victory. Ohio, Oct. 2. Re despondent Saturday night when m-j ports of a big lour engineer and lire saw In the papers accounts of his) man that they had m en two lions wife's having sued him for divorce, j just ahead of their traiu at 10 o'clock In her bill Mrs. Rabe charged him I last nigh', today spurred hands of with nonsupport, cruelty and claims! villagers to renew their hunt for the that he threatened to kill both her beasts which have been reported In and her mother, Mrs. Mary Haglee. this vicinity. She secured an injunction prohibiting him from coming to the home of her mother, where she is residing. Rahe has been living alone one! mile east of Norway, since he and j Mrs. Kale separated. In Norway to-1 day it was -aid that he became de-1 BDOndent Saturday night. Neighbors yesterday notified his brother, who resides near Ottawa, of the fact, it is said, and tha brother went out and brought him into the Ottawa hoapit-1 I tti ELECTRICIAN HIT AND KNOCKED BY HIGHWAYMEN THUGS WAYLAY MAN ON WAY HOME, STRIKE HIM TWICE WITH CLUB AND TAKE HIS ROLL OF $76. George, Howell, an electrician, was held Up and beaten over the head by two thugs at the corner of Canal and -Madison streets and robbed of $76 at about 11 last evening. According to Howell, he was going home and had crossed the bridge to the west side of the street when he saw two men coming from the south, walking rapidly. He did not pay any attention to them, but kept on his way, which timed the meeting at the corner. When he reached the corner one of the men raised his hand, Which contained a short club. Howell stuck up his arm instinctively to ward off the Impending blow, but was not suc cessful. The blow kept on coming and when it hit him he staggered, but was brought to the ground by another blow which dazed him for several minutes. 'While in this dazed condi tion the holdup men went through his pockets and relieved him of his money, two twenty, two ten and one five dollar notes, the balance being in on'' dollar bills anfl silver. After r. -gaining consciousness How ell went to the home of a friend living 01 Canal street and called the police. Captain Fox and Officers Londergan and Duckworth responded and made a search of the neighborhood -hut no clew could be found of the culprits. The beat description that Howell could give the police of his robbers was that both wore dark suits, while One wore a hat and the other a cap. Both were about tive feet eight inches height, and the man with the cap slugged Howell. . OHIO SEEING LIONS. RUNNING 0lN FARM ""' icene ot eaaimaw latest ap neurance was two miles east of here on the W. W. Borden farm, several miles from the spot where they were er v.. vvtii'- V'li-nrjin- ITJndej! S !argg Straw stack near th ,k. .'8k.. -ir.... ,.un.,.- found Where some animal had tunnelled Its way to the center and this, they be lieve, may be the lion's lair. It la near this stacli that cattle statu 'ed ed several nights ago and less than two mites from where the beasts I weft first seen. TWO CARS CRASH HEAD ON TRYING TO PASS 3RD AUTO La Salle, Oct. 2. (Special) Decapitated by a bow of the top, which caught her across the forehead laying open her brains, Miss Martha Gra- -ibowski, 19, of La Salle, ICQ UADDIMPTflM was tantly killed at 100 UftM 111 U 1! 12:05 this morning, and M AMI PRANK WHk llill llllllllt UUUUill WED THIS MORNING WELL KNOWN OTTAWA COUPLE PLIGHT TROTHS AT ALTAR OF ST- PATRICK'S CHURCH LEAVE ON HONEYMOON TRIP. A pretty wedding occurred at 7 : Tto o'clock this morning In St. Patrick's Catholic church when Miss Klizabe'h Margaret Harrington became the bride Lewi of Prank Joseph Buach. Rev. nee iiaekett officiated, and ore- aided at the followed the The coup they ent 'red nuptial bigb mass which ceremony, were unattended. As tin church Mux Wilkin? played the Lohengrin wedding march, and during the mass George Wi !h I sang "Ave Maria" and "O Saluturius." A number of the intimate friends ot the popular couple witnessed the nup tial. The bride was attired in her travel I ing suit of navy blue piorot twill. I With this she wire a. large picture bat 'of ante of the deep shades of laveh tor. Hot corsage bouquet was of rosebud-;. Following the ceremony at the church a wed. ling breakfast w.as served to the members if the imme diate families it the home Of th( bride's mother. Mrs. Ellen Harrington 813 Pine street. Autumn Hewers were Used in decorating the living rooms and the breakfast tables1. iMr. Busch and his bride left lat (his morning for an automobile honev moon trip, the destination of which they are keeping a secret from their friends. They will return to Ottawa to reside and will be at home to their friends after Oct. 15 in the handsome brick bungalow at 711 W est Jefferson street which Mr. Busch litis built and furnished for his bride. Both Mr and Mrs. Busch have a wide circle of fr'ends in Ottawa and are very popular. The bride has re sided in tOtawa all her life, and is one 01 tne Dest known young women In the city. She w;as graduated from j 1 the Ottawa High school, 1 ml since fin ishing school has been the office as istanl for Dr P. J. ClutlO. She is 3 vocalist of ability and litis been one of the most active workers of St. Pat rick's church ever since sho attended high school. Mr. Busch is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Busch of l.eonore. He has residel in Ottawa almost two yearn, coming here to accept a posi tion at the National Plate (ilass com pany. He was born and raised in Leon ore and was educated in the Streator High school, The 0Ut-Of-tOWn guests who attend ed the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Busch of Bennore, the par ents of the groom, and Mr. and Thomas Keod of Springfield, unch aunt of the bride. Mrs. and MRS. PAULINA DOWNING IS CLAIMED BY DEATH Mrs. Paulina Downing past late Saturday afternoon at hospital following a long illn d awav Ryburn I . from a complication of diseases. .The deceas;l was born I860, in Germany and came t over llftv years ago and n ever since. Her husband, I Downing, preceded her in death by thirteen years, passing awav in 1904 Site resided at tile old home sinci death, at 13" West Madison str - ' . -.. . . .. , :feil rune is siu wc(i ii bi vi 11 CufL Mrs. Elizabeth Tipponv Of , " u i- 1. ,,...ya, -Mrs Alls, in'iinis v Illinois o 1111 Al W ' llfulmiA ITmirv tit' ( 'li i -n cm Johtt and Albert of ()tw;l The funeral will be''11 lrn"1 Evangelical church '-' o'clock day afternoon. Hjrfial will be B in the family lo in tne mnw nue cemetery. YUGAVIC FUNERAL TO BE HELD TUESDAY Th. funeral of Miio Yugavir of Marseilles, who died at the Ryburn hosfftal Saturday, will be held from St. Kralfc-is' church at' 8 o clock to morrow morning and Burial will he made in Calvary cemetery. In the inquest held Saturday afternoon (h ath ia ., ..nt-niim! lieiiiorrtiage was rendered by the coroner s jury- .Tan. 24. Ul 1 Ottawa iled here W . . W t Ml ' -f 1 r .. v in , I Tt rd of 111., and in 1 umw mini Av I iwu uincrg were Dacny Druised in an I auto collision on the approach to the ShippingsporJ: bridge, south of thla city. The accident hannened In a thmc machine mix-up at a short distance north of the Bridge while the drivers Were speeding over the concrete bent on reaching their homes as quickly as possible. Dimmers, which were not discerni ble to Gordon McKay, driver of tha Chevrolet, in which Miss Grabowskl met her tragic fate, are blamed for the accident which resulted in a head on collision ;is the two machines tried lo pass a third car directly ahead oC them. The Occupants. In the car with the dimmers was Richard Whenan, his wife, daughter and two men, bound from La Salle to Oglesby. In the car with McKay and the dead girl were Aliss Alma Ross man. Robert Cody and Francis Kelly. The third car, which was driven by Joseph Ahllla, of Ogiesbjr, was the one the two machines, one headed north and the other going south, tried to puss when they came together. The impact was so great that the top of the McKay auto was torn from its fastenings and hurled hack with such violence that one of the bows, it is believed, caught Miss Grabowskl on the forehead and took the top ot her head almost completely off. The other 'occupants of the Chevrolet were practically uninjured, although given a bad shaking up. Mr. and Mrs. Whenan were both badly bruised and knocked about ami were rushed to St. Mary's hospital. 1 where they continue as patients, al though ft is not expected there will be any serious results from the mis hap. The people in the Abllla auto were unhurt, and rushed to the aid Of the stricken people in the other two machines. Didn t See Car Coming. According to young McKay he tried to pass around the Abilla auto just as the Whenan car came from the south. The Whenan driver, he says, turned down his lights to pass the Abilla machine and he was unable to see it as he turned out around to get Into the lead. The instant he came from behind the Abilla machine the Whenan machine loomed out of the darkness A sickening crash follow- i ed and the two autos locked head on. ; The top spun back from above their heads and the next thing they knew j Miss Grabowskl lay dead in the bot tom Of the auto. Neither car left its wheels. This afte rnoon Cormier Donoghue impanelled a Jury to conduct an in I quest n an attempt to fiix responsl j hility for the tragedy. Sheriff Ayers was an Interested spectator at the in- . I quisltion. Interurban Hits Auto. Car No. 268 Of the C, 0 ft pV j way collided with a Durant toi2 j car yesterday afternoon at abadi 1 o'clock while west bound on tbfecut. son street bridge over thasrge of The interurban car was iObndUCtor .Yiotorman Warner andthe grade Scott, and had startedthe bridge on the east approacjfJaw the auto when the motormafjjidge. Warner coming east on Urlt it was a little put on the brajjffcavy interurban car too kite and tWT, uttie automobile. smashed la l-I Irradiator In and smash W liahts. fenders ami prob hnuchmn ing the b ,ne chassis out of align- ly tvT meiit.,, .Ho,, was driven by Ellina, of 108 Ridgewood ave- Joliet, III., who was accouipaii- by his brother, lony, aiso 01 .juh- who resides on Nortn tteeu machine is the property of the P. E. Motor Co.. ot Marseilles, nts lor the Durant in this locali- Ford Becomes Unruly. Mrs. John J. Pillion, of 128 East Runerior street, was unable to get her Ford roadster under control last even- inir at about 5 o'clock, the result ne- I ing she smashed into a street car before she brought the auto to a stop. The accident happened in a rather peculiar way. Mrs. Pillion, who was accompanied by two ladies, started ! cast on Main street, after crossing the Main street bridee and continued un til brought to a sudden stop by hit ting the lamp post in front of the T. It. Godfrey grocery. The first thing to get In the Ford s wav was street car No. 12, which was standing on the switch on Mam street. In endeavoring to pass an- i Continued ou Page 4, coluaiu i 1 ! nl' ag tv.