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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1922.
THE OTTAWA rRFP TRADER-JOURNAL.
PA4I THRU.
PROTEST AGAINST" Briefs DIAMOND IS CAUSE
OF SUIT IN WHICH
E
TEARING
UP NORTH
SIDE THOROFARES
COMMISSIONER STICKLEN FEARS
riRC PISK WILL BE TOO GREAT
IF PAVING FIRM CONTINUES OP
ERATIONS ON NORRIS STREET
Objections to tin- MI-IAVcsl En
HAMrlng roiniiaiiv Uli Nurrls
trMtt until other thoroughfare lead
Injc to tho east. -rn section ol North )t
tawu bad bfen Improved was ihImimI at
lat uiKbt'u oiuull ini't'tiim. by Coin
ulxHloni r Charles St i kIcii
ThfM'omoiiKKfoiKT iosmI any intiri'
tearlnft bp on tin- ground thai his ilc
partuR'Ht iinild not keep pace with
the paying contractor in moving water
boxes and hydrants lieeanse of trouble
In sex'urJtiii supplies and repairs at lbs
factory.
He oooatdertd it dsiurerous, in view
of this condition, to continue ripping
up stris'ts because of the risk of llri
and recommended that nothing furthei
In dona UI Norris street until the
others leudliiK toward toe pumping
station be improved
Mayor WsMkfl informed bis col
bRue that it was both his and (In
contractor's Intentions of prOMCUting
the work as rapidly an possible, but
llC WOUld he gullied b the pri-l fVi-Ilri'
of the council In this matter.
Oonmiitelaner Sttcklen ascribed his
troubles In Ri-ttilifc repairs and part ,
for the water system on Norrli street
to litigation oyer patents at the fac
lory where they have to In- purchased
The curb box's and hydrants, he Bald
will all have to be moved oul to the
curb line as soon as the street
paved.
Want Gas Tanks.
Frank Boyle, Marquette and Co
lumbus streets; It. K. ICgan, Canal and
Madison mill i ts, and W Q. RoSlitef,
First avenue, paiioned for permission
to install gasoline tanks.
Kesid' i.tv of Lafayette street mar
Bhabbona I ark. usktnl permission to
Inwtall a new concrete sidewalk negi
the curb, the petition being referred
to foniml'-Moiier Dougherty.
The bid of the Jollel Bridge Con
structlon company for the Christie
Htreet stuirs whs thrown out and th!
clerk Wiu; ordered to re-ad VOrtiM for
a letting to be held at a later date
The company bid $filte over Engineer
Farnsworth's estimate, but is report
ed to have voluntarily offered to cut
the offer down $2ift.
The nayroll, amounting to $1,966.90,
was ordered paid.
POPULAR COUPLE
ARE QUIETLY WED
Mtna An mi Khun, dan tb,ter of Mr
"Ajuiam Welsh if the Dayton roaH
and George Uynn oi Streator weri
united in marriage vesterday after
noon at 2:!!0 o'clock by D an Thomas
lv M:nlden at his home in the rectory
of Ht. Columba's church.
Miss Hazel Allller, an Intimati
friend of the bride, and Gi srge Flynn
her brother, were the only attendants
The bride wore a si.it ,f blue trim
jned In fur and -'i hat to match. At
the close of the ceremony the youni
couple went to Streator. where a re
ception was liehl In their honor it
the home oi the groom's mother, Mrs
Jacob Lynn.
Mr. Lynn and his bride left for p
honeymoon trip to Chicago last even
ing, after which they will go to Jollel
and make their home in- ;m apartment
the groom has already prepared tor
his bride.
The young couple have a wlilo cir
cle of friends in Ottawa.
f EC Jacob ,iui ol I. a Salle spent
yesterday In ibis otty on business,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Colltton Of "ay-
ton called on friends In this city yen-
lerday.
Mis John Itiordan and Miss Clara.
Little of Ll Salle spent yesterday in
Ottawa.
Carl Becker ipent last evening In
Morris.
A. M. Legg of I'ontlac is spending
a lew days in this city on business.
Miss Ann llatheuay spent lust
evening in La Salle.
Leonard Ituse. Crank Watttnnii and
Gilbert Bsrrnetl of streator visited
in this city yesterday.
Edwin Maker of I. a Salle Hpenl last
evening with friends In ibis city.
William Bomung spent last even
lug III IS Salle
II. Ward Conde spent yesterday in
Chicago on business.
Miss Alma Sampson spent last
evening In Ll Salle.
Edward Cordon of Dwlgbt called
on Ottawa friends yesterday.
William Hughes, Hill Thompson I
ami sister, Miss Murian of Karlvlllu
si enl yesterday with friends in this
cltv. I
EG, Btrlndel Jr., sales manager of
Peggy Palg6 Co . of New York, ll!
visiting with Carl Metzger.
MUs Vivian Mclntyre returned to
her home in Dixon, III , today, ut
ter spending the past few days visit-1
ing relatives and friends in this city.1
B, Long of the Sperling Co., of
Cleveland. Ohio, is visiting at Met.-!
ger's Ladles shop.
Itusgell Whlttaker and Sam Nelson
of Earlvllle spent yesterday In this
city.
Mr and Mrs William Lane of Mar
Billet visited with friends and rela
tives in this city yesterday.
Harold Sanders spent last evening
with friends in La Salle.
Walter Nertney was Li Salle,
laller lust evening.
Harry Tremper of Streator spent,
vesterday In this city.
Mr. aiid Mrs. Dennis J. Knrrell are
the prOVd parents of a line baby son1
horn on Monday night at their home
1116 Mulberry street
Mrs W. H. Stadden and Mrs. W. P.
Fisher of Center Ottawa are spend
Ing the day in Jollel with friends.
Miss Irna Metzger is spending the
day visiting friends in La Salle.
George Webb spent last evening
In La Salle visiting friends.
The Misses Ann and Kva N'evlns
Bernlce Rude and Isabel Shoore spent
last evening in Morris.
Russell Maker of Chicago Is spend
ing a few days In this city on busi
ness. Glenn KSammerer of Troy Grove
spent yesterday with friends in this
city.
Mrs W. P. Weese of Columbus St.,
is spending the day In Chicago today.
Mrs. Allen IP. Richardson of the
Hotel Ottawa has gone to Excelsior
Springs, Mo., to spend several weeks
playing golf on their course.
Harold Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Dunn, who resided here until
'mi years ago and now reside in Jo
lie.t. is in a very critical state at
htl home n Jollet. Harold left here
when it Junior at high school and is
a victim of pneumonia.
Misses Anna Nevins. Isabel
Pnd Irene Collins attended tht
in Morris last evening.
William Higgins of Morris
Ottawa business caller today,
ing business here today.
L. Jcnn'nRS of Streator Is spending
tlin day in Ottawa on business.
S. Eldrldge of La Salle Is transact
ing business here today.
Mrs. Men Schwartzrock and Mrs.
J. Blanche Payne went to Chicago this
afternoon to attend the funeral of
Dr. William A. Quinn.
TWO WOMEN FIGUR
ONE CLAIMS GEM AND OTHER DE
NIES IT IS HERS THRESH OUT
DISPUTE IN CIRCUIT COURT.
Schoor
j dance
is an
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned until Monday, October
30th, li2L at 2 o'clock p. m. for the
construction of what is known as the
Main street side-cut bridges as p :
pane on tile in the office of l Ity Clerk
and subject to the approval of the
State Department of Public Works
and Buildings.
The right is reserved to reject, am
or all bids. W. W. CURTIS.
City Clerk.
FALLING BRICK HITS
WORKMAN ON HEAD
David Armstrong, 724 Hudson street
In this city, suffered a painful injury
to his head while employed at the
Chicago Retort & Fire Brick company,
early this morning. Armstrong was
working around a crusher at the plant
Alien an eight pound brick fell from
an overhead conveyer, a distance of
eight feet, striking him on the head.
His scalp was given a severe gash
.'ml h-' wis knocked out by the force
of thfl blow. He was taken to the
hospital in the company machine,
where bis wounds were dressed by
Dr. P. J Chine.
Alter his wounds wore dressed he
v. as able to leave the hospital.
TODAY
and
TOMORROW
What Would You Do?
If you were a young girl and a tremendous blizzard forced
you to remain shut in a cabin, hundreds of miles away from
civilization, alone with a rugged woodsman and a polished
gentleman, both confessing love for you and there was no
possible chance for escape, and you knew if you admitted
love for one it meant the other would KILL him
Would you do what the French Canadian
girl did?
The STORM"
THRILLS GALORE WITH BIG CAST
HOUSE PETERS JOSEF SWFCKARD MATT MOORE
AND VIRGINIA VALLi
Time of Shows:
MATINEE 1:15 AND 3:00
Night 6:45 and 8:30
Admission, . . .Adults 30c
Children 10c
Special Music
The possession of a diamond set,'
which one woman claims was In her
engagement ring. i another claims I
has been her property for years, was
the cause of a legal battle found in
the circuit court before Judge Kl
dredge and a jury of twelve men. yet
lerday and today. The plaintiff, Mrs.
(iertrude Mullord, is seeking posses
sion of the set, which was replevined
from a Jeweler shop where Mrs. Chris
tina Bnglebrecht took it to have it
mounted.
Mrs. Mulford claims the diamond
was taken from the mounting in her
home. Mrs. Knglebrecht alleges the
Jewel had been her property for many
years. The case was previously fought
out In a Streator justice of the peace
court, and gained much attention.
.Mrs. Knglebrecht was the victor in
the lower court, and an appeal was
taken by Mrs. Mulford to tin- higher
tribunal.
Mrs. Knglebrecht was formerly em
ployed in the Mulford home to do
laundry work and cleaning. She is
represented at the hearing by Attor
neys A. K. Butters and George Bel
ford of Streator. Mrs. Mulford is rep
resented by Attorney a. h. Shay.
The diamond set Is valued at approxi
mately $150.
The case went on trial yesterday
afternoon. The jurors who were ac
cepted to bear the evidence were
Noah Patterson. Deer Park; Charles
Worrell, Eagle; John Meady. Otta
wa; William Temple, Ottawa; George
iiuffington, La Sulle; William Loos,
La Salle; Herman Kaminerer, Ottawa;
Michael Curtain, Ottawa; EM Ward
Luce, Manilas; James Darling, South
Ottawa; William Price, Ottawa. Hen
Jamin Fishburii, South Ottawa.
Mrs. Mulford was one of the first
witnesses called to the stand. A num
ber of other witnesses were presented
by the plaintiff during the afternoon,
and it was not until today that the
case was turned over to the defense.
Mrs. BhgUfbrecht tiJk the stand
Hust before noon. She claimed that
tho diamond in question has belonged
to her for many years, and never was
the property of Mrs. Mulford
Other Cases.
The appeal case brought by John
Robes against William Swords was
continued today on account of the
death of the plaintiff.
The case of P. M Harden against'
the Illinois Central railroad was set-,
tied and dismissed.
The case of S. J. Majczykowski
against !us Niedrlch was dismissed
by the plaintiff at the plaintiff's costs.'
The case of the Oeorge P. Dltttnan.
Hoot & Shoe Co, against Oeorge Moss
was dismissed
Tin- case of R, I). Smith against
the ('., B. & Q. railroad was dismiss-;
ed.
Released on Bail.
Walter Pisner of I'eru, who was in
dlcted on a charge o; embezzling $1,
200 from his ei'iplovers, was released
when be furnished bonds in the cir-
sttce Cult")' I'll im-11 beads the com
Mei. Ho Is apjc'r.tlng the ablest
d lust Informed men in the state
aid blin in rutting across the work
l."S been desi;. ai.ted to carry on.
It N not known as yet, Just what
duties, will bo nn,.)ii ed to the Ottawa
man The apuoliitinent to the com
iiiiit 'e pomes as a d i Ided compliment
to the iibility of anyone Justice Car
ter seeks to help with the work.
The will of the late Marcjiinnn
Przybylinoki of La Sulle, who died
September lOthi wus Med toduy. The
decedent left real estate and personal
property valued at $;iufu A son
Michael will Inherit a lot lor his life
time, after which It will go to his
brother Vincent.
A daughter, Amlela will receive
$l'ih, another daughter, Mary, will re
reive $2(i0 and a daughter Marie will
receive $"oi. The son Vincent is resid
uary heir.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTKD- Three or four furnished
rooms for llfc-ht housekeeping; mod
ern and reasonable rent; will rant
long time. Phone I IK.
FOR SALK
burned six
son St.
Sylvia
weeks.
Favorite heater;
LSlfi West Jack-
M. E.
MEN'S CLUB
ELCTS OFFICERS
With the return of Rev. H. F.
Lawler to the local First M. K.
church for another year, the various
societies of the church are laying
plans for a bigger and more active
year.
Most notable among these organ
izations being that of the Men's club.
This club is planning to ussume a
more definite place in the work of
the church and the civic and religious
life of the community.
At a special meeting held recently,
the following officers were elected to
lead the club in its activities for the
coming year:
A. It. Heard, president.
Hlias Truinbo, secretary.
Willis A. Clark, leader of lesson
discussion.
The membership is composed of all
men who enjoy being affiliated with
a live men's organization for the dis
cussion and promotion of applied
Christianity.
DR. QUINN'S FUNERAL
TO BE HELD TOMORROW
The funeral of Dr Wm. A. Quinn
whose death was announced In the
Pree Trader-Journal of yesterday,
will be held from the late residence
tomorrow morning at 10:80 to Our
Ladies of Sorrows church. The re
mains will then be brought to Otta
wa over the Hock Island arriving at
8:37, The body will be taken direct
to St. Colutnba cemetery for burial.
FOR SAl.B After Wednesday, Oct.
is, one i92o Chandler coupe; iu ai
condition.
COiNDF. MOTOR SUPPLY CO.
WANTED--Furnished flat or smull
Cottage by young couple uud child.
Call at or phone L. COHN, at Stauk'i
bakery. Phone ;itj.
LOST Oil STRAYED Two 3-year old
white faced ilerford steers, in and
about (irand Ridge. Call 9098-;', and
receive reward. (J. F. WBBBR, Ot
tawa, It. 7.
FOR ItENT 7-room bouse, Kast Pearl
St.; city water, bath, electric light
and gas; rent W par month. Inquire
J. O. HAllRIS & SON. y.r.7-W.
I LOST A brooch with umetliyst and
pearl setting, Finder return to this
office. Reward.
returned t Baunon's Music shop.
LOST Cordovan leather pocketbook,
last night, near Teachout'S store:
owner's name stamped on leather
inside; liberal reward. Phone 299-R.
on Lincoln street.
FOCNH Pocketbook. in downtown
district; contains money and soma
papers. Owner can have same by
calling at Pre Trader-Journal office
und paying for this ad.
Eastern Star.
Oct. 19 -W e go to Marseilles.
Oct, 2-0--Afternoon und evening
meeting, beginning at I o'clock. Pic
nic supper, Men's night
Oct. M Halloween inasieurade
ball.
Nov. 7 Past worthy matron.,' night.
Carload of
the o tracks,
ali), osa-Y.
Notice.
airly Ohio potatoes on
(all 1 1 AN PITZGEJR-
Free Demonstration
toilet articles all week ai
COR11US' DRUG STORK.
On
Money to Loan
farm land at reasonable rates.
JOHN J. MKAmiFR,
216 Moloney ltulldlng.
Olivet Shrine, No. 3S,
Have received an invitation to visit
Star of the East Slirlno of Aurora, 111.,
Thursday, Oct. 1. on th occaalon of
the clllcial visit of the A. W. H. P.
USED CA.KS--W aru offering our
used cars at big reduction for one
week only. We want to move them
Quick, so have cut the prices way be
low their actual value. Come In no v
and make your selections.
IXJLDFJCS OARAGE.
WANTED IMnlng room help at Ot
tawa Colony. Apply personally to
O. C. HKCKEiR.
in;
DON'T THROW VOI R JUNK AWAY
Since Mr. Bloomfleld has been In
business the public ha had the bene
fit of the priee. If you have any
Junk call Mr. llloomlleld. He is pav
ing the best prices. Plume 94S-W.
51S Clinton St.
LOST Iletween East Ottawa and
and Grand Ridge, a suit box Contain
ing three dresses; liberal reward.
MRS. W. H. GUSH, 620 East Main SL
Phone 27a-Y.
LOST A beaded
tabling over $40.
suede purse con
Liberal reward il
BOMB BARGAINS
8-room house, West Side; 12,600,
Broom bouse, South Ottawa; $11,
i -room house, West Side; close
$2,f,U0.
Kso acres, line combination stock
and grain farm; $160 per acre
I lots, East Side.
(I-rooni house and six lots. (Irand
Hldge; $2,2f0.
Good dairy farm, New York state,
loo acres; $;',..r00.
36-ecre farm, New York state; fa'r
buildings; $2,IMWJ.
If you want bargains, come where
the bargains are.
c. H. CABLE,
The Real Estate Bargain Man,
12a West Main St. (over gas office).
WOOL, HAUL MOSS, COTTON AND
..FEATHER MATTRESSES RENO
VATED AND MADE OVER. NEW
ONES MADE PROlM YOUR OWN
WOOL. FEATHERS, i-C
GEORGE BAUCHLE, PHONE 8X7-X.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed bids will
undersigned until
ie received by the
Monday, October
The Congregational Women
Will hold a rummage sale on Oct. 20
and 21 at Carr & Spencer's feed store
20th, 1922, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the
construction of concrete steps at the
north end of Christie street as per
plans on file In the office of City Clerk.
The right is reserve! to reject any
or all bids. W. W. CURTIS,
City Clerk.
r Marriage Licenses.
Lewis Lynn, Streator, 21; Anna
Flynn. Ottawa. 20.
Samuel Bute, Streator, 25; Diecy
Hoobler, Streator, 21.
Mike Malick. Streator, 29; Theresa
MootS, Streator, 22.
Joe Zougar, Oglesby, 32; Francis
Zemlen, Oglesby, 28.
J. Armour Danlelson. Marseilles,
24; Edith Hentlv, Marseilles, 20.
cult court today, giving Andrew Pis
ner as surety.
Judge 11. W. Johnson of this city,
has been chosen by Justice Orin N.
Car or of the supreme court, as a
meuber of the general committee
designated ie bring (be proposed new
constitution rf ll)Ir( L before the peo
ple cf the stale, with a view to having
it rati'led at the Pec 12 election.
TONIGHT
Gloria Swan8on
In
"Her Gilded Cage"
Buster Keaton in
"The Boat"
A 100' SHOW
Admission 10c
Shows
at
and 30c
and 8:45
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
BETTY COMPSON
In
"The Green Tempta
tion" Dances Thrills
Romance
A Paramount Special at regular
prices
Also
MACK SENNETT COMEDY
MATINEE
3:00
S
7-3
SUNDAY
Vaudeville
NIGHT
7:15 and
8:45
Acts S
S
U
N
D
A
Y
HUGH SHELLY EMMA HEIT
Mildred Livingston
IN
"A REVUE"
Assisted by
Sadie Goldie
Yi Conner
Jimmy Fred
CASSON & KLEM
"Mirth, Melody and Song"
TWO EDWARDS
'A Morning In The Woods'
And Two Other Big Acts
s
u
N
D
A
Y
Prices: Mat 44c-33c; Children 10c
Night 55c-44c, Tax included
J
CARDS and BUNCO
Friday, Oct. 20th, 1922
At
MACCABEE HALL
Given By
Admission 25c
MUSIC
SIX BIG CONCERTS
By the best artist in the state of Illinois
Afternoon and Evening
OCT. 24 - 25 - 26 - 1922
Ottawa Township Hi?h School
We guaranteed the sale of 800 tickets at $2.00 each
Admission tickets will sell for
Single Admission 75c
Six Concert Tickets ,. .Mq $4.50
Buy now, save money and help boost
ILLINOIS MUSIC TEACHERS
CONVENTION
Committee
Mrs. W. C. Paisley, Chairman
Phone 660 K
L. C. Carroll, Sec.
Phone 84
METZGER'S
Fall Fashion Show
The Talk of La Salle County
to be repeated
Thursday and Friday, Afternoons
and Evenings
At 3 p. m. and 6 p. m.
Every garment and every thing used in our
windows is regular stock and for immediate
sale.
The prices on dresses shown last evening in
our windows ranged from $22.50 to
$75.00, none higher
Coats from $35.00 to $175.00
Today Party Dresses shown will range from
$25.00 to $65.00
Wool Dresses shown from
$19.75 to $67.50
Coats from
$25.00 to $57.50
Come in and see for yourself the largest
and most perfect stock of ready-to-wear ever
shown outside of a metropolitan city.
JMETZGER 5
OTTAWA, ILL!
V
The Recognized Authority of Authentic Styles

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