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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1022.
THE OTTAWA FREE TK ADIIH - .lot UN AL. PAGE THREE EX-WIFE FILES MLocal Briefs AGAINST ESTATE ALLEGES DIVORCED MATE OWED HER MONEY AT TIME OF DEATH ASKS COURT TO ANNUL DEED GIVING DAUGHTER PROPERTY in an Bon i" collect temporary alimony she alleges her husband owed In r when ho passed awiy en October 4, Mrs. Veronica Rreslna, if La Ballet started proceeding! 111 tho ( Ik nil Court in'liiy in have a deed conveying property owned by her husband to her step ilaiiKlit) r, H't asil". Mri. Drealna sturted divorce proceedings in iho Mnie court niaintl Joseph Brss ina on February SI, ibis, making aha ices t crutelty, On February Wl. her bill al leges, he vii ordered her to pay S0 a moiitii temporary alimony while her unit was pending, In the bill aha maims thai on March l. H'ls. be con reyed to hla daughter by a former marjrihge, Mrs. Rose llanaon, a piece of property, The property, ahe allegea, v.ii transferred to keep her from col lecting the alimony, 'Ilk) nmrt recorda In the divorce proceed tag ab.o thai a final hearing, and a decree v as never granted, rhe records iNo show that on July litis, the defendant Htas ordered aenl to tail by the presiding Jurist in the circuit ( on it. for contempt of court iu in.M nMited failure " pay alimony, The motion upon .'.lib !i he i ' released horn th. county jail wiw run'1" Jul S, IP19, which w o elf. n dnvs Htaiii one ynr later. lu her bill wMoh was Bled yesterday Mrs. Mrealna alleged that on October 4i when the defendant died he was $1,100 in arrears in liis alimony, She asks that the deed conveying hla property be act neldei and thai the hack temporary alimony be held na a lien, again! Ow- ,duce. Mri. Hanson i t made the defendant -ti yesterday's pio dints. The alimony was : ward ed Mrs. Brezlue tor the care ol her minor children, STATE NEARS CLOSE OF MRS. PHILLIPS' TRIAL Los AiiKcles, Oct. ill. The proseon thin In the trial of Mrs. Clara Phillips for the murder of Mrs. alberta Mea dews, who was beaten to death with a hammer, may rest its case today. Tho direct and cross examinations of only one more witness remained before that point of the trial would be readied it was said bat the identit) 'cf that Wttn - ' had not been made known nor had his probable testimony ho- n publirly forecast. V. not -the dc-fense wi.i do Immedl ItShj after the stut rests lias not been stated hut many Intimation! haV" b en made of the defendant's husband, armour L, Phillips, will be placed on the stand to detail his acntirdnf rna wltfi the slain widow. Mrs iVr:; Caffee, former chorus Rirl chum of Mrs. Phillips, the only known eyewitness to the slaying, and .star witness for the state, withstood a severe cross examination without according to prosecution counsel changing what it termed the vital pottions of her story. Other witnesses added various de tails, particularly concerning the all night flight of Mrs. Phillips. who left Los Angeles With Kl Paso. Tex , her destination, only to be taken j'loni a train at Tucson, Ariz., and re turned here SAYS GOD DIRECTED HIM TO SLAY WIFE Stateshoro, Oa. Oct, 111 Kliiott Pad-' rick, former minister, who declared that the hand of Ood directed him in' the slaying of ins pretty young wife and mother iu law, Mrs. M. I). Dixon, i and that in hla defence statement to I the jury he, would attempt, to preach! a sermon on the commandment "Thou .halt not covet thy neighbors wife,", to. lay was expected to take the stand in his trial on murder charges. i'addrick has shown little Interest in the flght his attorneys are making to save him from the gallows, sleep-1 ing in his chair while a large part of the states evidence was being sub- milted yesterday. The defense eon tints the former minister was insane when he shot his wife and mo; her-ln-1 taw While in an automobile near here June 10. HOLD MOTHER FOR J RUELTY TO DAUGHTER Chicago, Oct.. 31. Half starved anil m any blind, her body covered with bruises, ..Mary Devlne, 19 year old Bo heniian girl, told the police today ot daily heatings she said sho received fri m her mother during two days Ini rrirOnment in the basement of their (tome. The girl, her limbs shrivelled to skin and bones and her tangled hai'" hanging nearly to her knees, was rescued by police last night The leather Mrs. Josephine Devin.e 47. v a- arrested. Notice. The Congregational Auxiliary will be entertained at a i o'clock luncheon V Mrs. Sam PtttT and Mrs, Will John son on Thursday. Nov. 2. FOR THE RELIEF OF Pain in the Stomach and Bowels. Intestinal Cramp .COLIC. DiAPRHCEA - SOLD EVFRVWHf PFJ - FOR BACK ALIMONY ! Aiid.i w Quttlng or Balboa Heights Ih apending bei vacation at the borne Ol her pan ntl Mr and MrB. , F Out ting ill West Ottawa. Hugh licPhartlln or JoHet was an Ottawa business caller today j a. 8. Scbjuman of Chicago Irani ucted business here yesterday. . it !. Bodentorm of Btreitor us an Ottawa visitor yesterday. Ralph stone oi Btreator was an ot jtawa builneaa caller yeaterday, s. Blderldga of La Bella wai an lotlawa business passenger yesterday. James .1. Conway was a l.a Salic taller yesterday. Edmund Welter of La Salle was all OttaWI taller yesterday. I,. Jennings of SUreutor traiiHUcted bualneaa here yesterday. Mr. ami irs. Dick IwuggonsT of Ju liet se 111 til" neeii end III litis city. m. J. Monahan oi Chicago la tranc acting bnaineei in this city today, Vincent Lanun of Chicago was an Ottawa bualneaa caller yeaterday, Miss Stella Warren attended the halloween party given lail evening by the Daughters ol Isabclii in Utica. Mies Florence Bparki of Marcel ilea visited in this city iut evening, I'd t ertls of La Salle Is spending the day in Ottawa on busim a Mrs. Tbomaa Hanna ami lira, Bmlly Morahn of Bent ca apenl yes tarda) ahopping In tnli city John Marco of Marseilles spent yes tarda) In this city. Stun Hallel i f Utica spent la.st eve ning In this city. Mr; Thomas vvoif baa returned to her home In this city after apending a few weeks waiting relative! In Iowa. JUDGE HOLES F 0 R T II urn MRS. NELLIE TAYLOR GRANTED DECREE IN SUIT TO OBTAIN FREEDOM FROM PROMINENT QARAQKMAN Judge Bdredge In the Circuit Couri this morning issued decree in favor of the complainant In the separate main tenance suit brought by Mrs. Nellie Q, Taylor, against Theoilore B. Taylor, a Strcator garagman, The couple were married more than twenty-five years ago. on October 13, 1897. Tho hearing on the bill, asking a decree, was had early in October. Bvidence wea 'introduced for more than tWo days. Mrs. Taylor charged the dl fendanl With intoxication and tabt hi threatened to km her. The 1 ifendant allege:! that he was in noceUt Of these charges He war. represented at the hearing by attorney A. II shay, Mrs. Taylor was represented by attorney Robert Larkin. At the close of the case, Judge BMredge took the evidence under advisementi and did not render a decision until today, $2,000 Assumpsit Suit. a i'-. one assumpsit suit was started i'i the Circuit Court today by Kred J. Hueter of La Salle against the Con tral garage of La Salle. Straator Will Filed. The Will of the late Mrs. Minnie O'Hollorau left her estate, valued at I 'a. was tiled for probate today. Mrs. o'Hoiorati left her estate, valued at approximately $r,.""0. to her husband. Philip O'Holloran, iwho la also named as executor. The will was tiled by Attorm ; Robert Larkin. SECOND DEATH DUE TO SOUP POISONING Pane, 111., Oct. 31. What may have been poisoned soup claimed its sec end victim her' within twenty four hour1 when W. S. dames died this morning. His wife, Mrs. Isabella Junes died last night. The couple word found unconscious in their home .Monday morning by Mrs. James' father. A bowl of soup in a metal container found on the kitchen table leads doctors to believe pto maine poisoning caused the deaths. An inquest is to be held late to day, Authorities stated a postmor tem may bo necessary. Doctors work ed with Mr. James all day yesterday and all night in an effort to save hisi life. FIGHT LICHFIELD. ILL. FIRE WITH BUCKETS ILtchfleld, Oct. 31. With hundreds of residents using buckets and two hand pumps, a tire Which started at 2 o'clock this morning destroyed the Masonic building, damaged tho Daily Jttlon building, threatened the hotel and was nod brought under control until noon. The waterworks supply was Inade quate to supply pressure, authorities c.nid. The community lias been de bating two years the advisability of building a new waterworks plant. All the equpiment of the school, which used the Masonic temple, was destroyed. M P A NA Jilil U.II1I1II11 STREAM DIVORCE Bulletin Lost Cabin Syrup Small Can 32c Medium Can 64c Large can $1.28 RESIGNATION FROM JOB MAY ACCOUNT P FOR JAYNES FLIGHT DISAPPEARANCE OF WEALTHY MONMOUTH RESIDENT TRACED THRU LETTER QUITTING PRES IDENCY OF STONE COMPANY. Chicago, Oat. .HI. -A new mystery in the disappearance of .1. Howard JaytM, former state legislator and po litical leader, was revealed yesterday afternoon when bis resignation as president and director of the Mon mouth stone company, a i,ooo,ooti corporation, was read and accepted at a special meeting of the Other dine tors. The resignation was dated Oct. 17, a week before Ills disappearance, hut the fact that it was in the possession or tile director! ui ubl become known until yeaterday, Mr. Jeyne gave as the cause of his withdrawal poor h Belts, which was rapidly becoming worse. Attorney Qeorge S. Trm y, a dlrec tor of the Merchants National bank of Burlington, la., w as select d to Buooeed Jayne, lie gave out a atste menl saying the Bnancea of the cor poratlon were in sound condition, add ing that no BtOCkhoUer need feel any concern for the safety of his money. The fact that Mr. Jayne wrote his resignation two weeks ago was taken to Indicate he planned at that lime to drop from sight and some of his friends said he probably was merelj looking a rest at some vaaltarlui i Mrs. Lynette Jayne, his wife, who is directing a search fdr him, denied that there had ever I n any discord in their domestic affairs. "We have been pa la for thirty yearn," sho said, "and never has IIuto been any trouble between us. Cer tain persons have tried to insinuate to me that Mr. Jayne left because of family trouble, but that is absurd." .Mrs. Jayne still entertain' the be lief that her husband is being held against his will. An order restraining the bankrup sale of the Western Boiler Pipe com pany, a 1400,000 concern, of which he was president., was Issued at Po oria yesterday. The sale had been set for tomorrow. OTTAWA COUPLE ARE WED IN MORRIS Finding their friends. Mrs. Blanche Hill, daughter of Mrs A. Whitzel of West Ottawa and Leo P. Woodward, son of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Woodward of Jollet St., slipped away to Morris yesterday, where they were quietly married at the parsonage of the First Methodist church. The mother of the bride accompanied the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward returned to Ottawa last night, and will make their future home in this city. Both the bride and groom have ;t very large circle of friends here, and are very popular among the young people of the city. The bride has been employed at the Fisher Garter Factorv and the groom is an engineer working out of the state highway office in this city. FASCIST! TROOPS ARE ORDERED DEMOBILIZED Rome, Oct 31. (By A. P.I The Fascist! high commander today or dered the demobilization of the fa scist! anil the numerous members of that organisation in Rome will leave for home after their patriotic proces sion which it has been decided to hold this evening. The situation in Italy according to a semi-official expression today is re garded us normal again. The senti ment of the crisis, it is added, is hail ed with great, satisfaction by the pub lic opinion. SOCIETY T'ie children of the Detention Hbras were entertained last evening at the New American Restaurant, by the members of the Klwanls club. The members and their wives were pres ent and spent a very enjoyable time. A number of very pretty musical num bers were given, and at 6:30 a dellc iHus dinner was served, covers being laid for one hundred ami twenty-five guests. Mrs. John Johnson entertained at a Halloween party last evening at her home 610 Webster street. Thirty guests were in attendance and spent a. very enjoyable time at games and music, followed by delicious refresh ments. The house was decorated in keeping with the Halloween season. , 4 At the party held last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Corhin, 1 club was formed called the Ficksair club, and wfl hold their firs' meeting November 16th.. at the home of Mrs Arthur Imme on South State street. Notice. The Congregational hold Thursday', Dec. noon. bazaar will be , beginning at OLD Manse Syruo No. 1 , 1 i can 29c No. 2. Yi can 50c No. 5 can 93c Mrs. Winnifred Mason Huck "1 I MWnnMHMNMMWMMnMHWaIMMll 'Adopted Daughter" ot Ottawa and La Salle Conuty, Only Woman Can didate in U. S. for Congrcssman-at-Large. FOR FATHER'S POST OFEP INTEREST SHOWN HERE IN CAMPAIGN OF MRS. WINNIFRED MASON HUCK, STATES FIRST AND ONLY WOMAN NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS Ottawa, in particular, and ii Salle county in general have taken more than a friendly Interest in the cam paign ol Mis Wmnifred Mason Huck, "Hilly" Mason's daughter, and repub lican nominee for aongreaaman-at-large to fill the unexpired tcim left vacant by the death of her father, Ottawa's Interest in Mrs. Huck lies in tho fact that she. is looked upon as a sort of "adopted daughter" of the city. Mr. Huck, the husband, spent the past yi ar in the city and his esteemed wife was a frequent visitor here. Dur ing these visits she built up strong trtendehpe among a large coterie of people, t was these friends who help ed nominate her for the otfice she seeks during a hot primary campaign last spring. Her nomination completed by the aid ot earnest workers, Mrs. huck is now before the people for election. That ahe will win seems a certainty, but in tic parllance of the street, none of her acquaintances are "taking any chances". Last Saturday in Chicago Mrs. Huck was given the enthusiastic en dorsement "i over 400 presidents and others of Illinois Woman's clubs and organisations assembled under the auspices of the Woman's Hear League t the Morrison hotel. Mrs. Huck has eatabllibed campaign headquarters in Chicago from whence she is directing lo r tight for election as the Brat woman in the United States to be the nominee of a major party for congressman nt-large. La Salle county, it is expected, will giv' Mrs. Huck tiie same loyal support. Nov ember 7th., it gave in the primary. During Mrs. Buck's recent, tour down state she received what amount- id to a continuous ovation. Lawyers, bankers, farmers, business men and men and women in all walks of life rallied te her support. She addressed thousands oi voters in many different towns and won universal approval. Mrs. Huck, the first woman to be tominated. for congress from Illinois is the mother ol tine family of four children, between the ages of twelve and nineteen years and the daughter of the late lion. Win. K. Mason, who man and United St ates Senator from Illinois. Mrs. Huck demonstrated at lie ii illliii ,cu in o .-.lie Urte .uuciilt u her father's political acumen, in a hard fought Campaign against tremen dous odds she won a state-side victory. She received 212,000 votes as a Re oubicail candidate. Tie. el6CtiOH i" November presents to the vot,ei-3 of all parties the opportunity to support this courageous, capable woman. For many years Mrs. lluck was as aociated with her distinguished father COUNTY TO SUPPORT ADOPTED DAUGHTER For infant relief from Colds A Remedy) Prescribed by Doctors- j M MjjjM MuNUAj VVM. D. DUNCAN in his work In Illinois and at Wash ington, she p. exceptionally well In formed on State and national ques tions of legislation. Leaden in Illinois ami many men high in official life in v asbiii .' ion nonceue her qualities of : tateimanahip, ..ft, Mis. 1'ioieiice King, a prominent lawyer, who may soon he appointed to j n lederal hidgship bj the Preaident thus urges the ee, Hon of Mrs. Hack: ! "An opportunity now exists tor all women to show their real appreciation ior the Nineteenth Amendment Near ly ten years have passed since Illinois granted Municipal Suffrage to women. The lull campaign offers an opportun-l Ity for every Illinois woman to work for the Oral woman candidate for con greaa and 1 sincerely bops thut every! KepUblican, Democrat, Socialist, and' members of am other political natty I will turn out in inase and cast their balbts lor Wmnifred Mason Huck. A i a able women of her tvne in Congress or the State of Legislatures WOUid go far in securing for women the legislation tin y are seeking." An outstanding mark of universal endorse nt ef Mrs. Huck Is the Lection taken by Mrs. Joanna 10. DowneSi lawyer at 10 South li Salle sti'. ei, Chicago. Mrs. Downei is reco I Inlaed throughout the state of Illinois 'us one of the most capable woman leaders Although a Staunch demo crat, she h making a decided stand for the election oi Mrs. Muck, a can didate on the Republican ticket, be cause Of the vital Issues involved. Realizing the importance of legis lation now pending in Congress, such as the Child Labor laws, and many other important measures of advance. ment, now In the legislative balance at Washington, Mrs. Downos demon strales lo r faith in Mrs. HttOk as a ! representative by urging the presi dents and n, embers of clubs through r : : "- dill the stnt. tc sAing (heir tones tor the election of Mrs. Huck. Mr.,. Downea says: "I have known Mrs. Winnifred Mason Huck, the Itepubican candidate for the vacancy term of Congress at large, for many years. She is, 1 be lieve, eminently qualified for the office she se. ks. A vote (of Mrs Huck is a vote for all that is noble, just and clean in American politics." PIE BAKERS ATTACK VOLSTEAD MEASURE Chicago. Oct. 31. in a new attack on the Vosted act by the old Victory distillery Judge Oeorge T. Page in federal district could have been asked to restore mince pies to their pre- prohibition standim, when brand) sauce WIS a legitimate ingredient. Attorneys for the distillery contend, ed the Volsted act is unconstitutional if it prohibits the sale of spirituous liquors for cooking purposes. They Suggested that liquors have great value as an aid to the culinary arts and by some cooks are deemed es sential especially in the preparation of mincemeats. Action was directed against Pro hibition Commissioner llaynes and Cbarlea Gregory, federal prohibition dire, tor for Illinois, who, it Is con tended, refused to Issue permits for the removal of liquor for "cooking and nothing more". WALTHER LEAGUE ELECTS OFFICERS At the annual meeting of the Walther League Society of Zion Luth eran Church last night, the following officers for the coming year were elected: Henry Hpennes, president. Harold Hartman, vice president. Harriet Johnson. Secretary. Helen Thomas. Treasurer. Florence Hitter, corresponding aec'y. Rose Sanger, membership committee Viola Ott, Pograin committee. Alice Schaefer, Hospice committee. Th' meeting was attended by sixty live leaguers. 20 HORSES BURN TO DEATH IN STABLE FIRE Chicago, Oct, ft I. --Twenty horses beonging to a whole sale grocery com pany were burned to death and more than 100 nersc-is were made homeless temporarily early today by a fire which destroyed a two story stable and spread to a three story hotel. Three taxicab drivers who discov ered the, tire went, from door to door arousing occupants when the names threatened a row of frame apartment buildings. The structure was erected during world's fair days. Although the hotel, the Gibson, was damaged, firemen succeeded in saving it and the apartments. Marriage Licenses. Calvert Oakland Tttttle Ottawa, 21; Birdie Ruth Newberry, Ottawa, IS, S. M. Osborne, Ottawa, legal; Mrs. Loll MeOulre. Ctica, legal. DRUGS CRANE OFFICIALS HERETO DISCUSS IU PPfSIDF. NT R. T. CRANE WITH PARTY VISITS DUFFALO ROCK, ' WEST OF CITY. TO LOOK OVER BUILDINGS ERECTED THE SUMMER. DURING Preparationi for the Improvement of Buffalo Rock, iveii of the city, were matte this afternoon, when It. T. crane, president of the rcium Manu facturing CO, of Chi. ago. witli a par ty visited the city to look oyer the property, With Mr, crane were ft, T. Crane ID, Mr. llurryman. second vice president, and Dr. Harviy. medi cal director of the Crane Co, The party arrived in the city by motor shortly before noon, and took lunch eon with Miss Abide Preston, auper- Intendenl of Buff do Rot k. al th admtnlatraMlon building on big the grounds wa st of the city. Just what Improvements will be, made on tin- grounds could not be learned today. Rumorl have been afloat for some time, however, that the company Intended tinning (he beatulfUl site Into one of (he finest siiniin. !- recreation grounds for their employes of any place In the middle1 west. The arrival of Mr. Crane In' Ottawa but color to these r.poris. During the past summer, a camp ing ground' Wll built a! Die first bend in the rock; overlooking tin- river, where some twenty or twenty-five of tin- employes of the Chicago plant could enjoy vacations at one time ! These camps wero filled during the entire rammer. An attractive rammer cottage was also erected on the grounds during the .summer, for veteran employe; of the company. Only those who h id been in the employ of the company for more than twenty-live years, are permitted to Join tin- "veterans" club. Swings, teeter totters and all kinds of play and purl; equipment have been added to the grounds. Rumor has h that a large perma nent home for veteran employes of the company is to h. erected, and the lamping ground is to he enlarged and improved. It is said the Company al-o intends to keep a big launch on the Illinois river, for th" use of vaca-. tion visitors and will erect a small1 provision store, where the employes may purchase their at the rock. provisions while Since the Crane company purchased Buffalo Rock, ten years ago, they have used tho property as a rest cure'; for their employes, and have restrict-' ed the ViBltora and patients to men ana women trom I no ( ratio company. This rule was followed when the recreation grounds were laid off dur ing the past summer, and will be Carried on in the future when greater Improvements are made. II. T. Crane, th,. president of tho company, Is tin- son of the founder of tho Crane factories. Notice. Regular business meeting of tl American Legion Auxiliary Thuradt evening at 8 o'clock. arlks I - Disraeli' by Couit JV ' P.jrkor "Duvcted by Uenrtj Kbtlcar A great actor in a remark able stage succer-s full of action heart interest and suspense. Shows at. 1:15 3:00 7:00 8:45 Admission: Adults 25c Children 10c Including Tax BIG IMPROVEMENTS . ; TODAY AND TOMORROW ' j ' l$L ftTrsTinr'Wm CLASSIFIED ADS. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. m HA0Wm0 -r-r.--uy-ir u-OXJXVX-it, vur l ' ' I BLIC At c PJON of houuhalil 1 1 d .hi in u and up to 'date: irgest I i n ever mid at auction sale, t ,a t'liiiton St . tilad- felter house; on Friday, Nov ;t, 1922, oommenolng at 12 : :n. i s. .12 : :t harp Look for large display ad on page (i. LOO ARCH s. owner. Phone Ti8. Dan I ilgerald. Auc. Phono CSIi-Y. COIt S AI.K lleiuitlftil Marred Kock puilnts and cocker. Is; alio young f ""' ' ):,lr (,; 'White guineas. Tel. !"'V'""' WANTKt! (iirl for g nerai house- work; gisul WtJN Inquire ut Con- greaa and t!rn Bta., Bool Ottawa, or all W K LINCOLN, .MS-K. Notice. The m. inbers ef Ottawa Command cry No. 10, Kplrhts Templar, ure re quested to meet al th asylum on Wednesday, Nov. I at 2:30 o'clock for the purpose :' attending foe tuaeral of Sir Knight John iurleS Kami worth. fkkd thomas Commander. Notice. The Ladies' Aid , f I'. O. O. H. will hold a Card and bunco nartv Wednes. day evening. Nov. 1 at MaecabOf Hall, Admission, i'.. cents. Notice. Th- person who took the diamond ring from my dressing table Is know-i. f this is r itur i on or before Oct. n everything will be kept secret. M. C. K. Notice. The department of American citi zen hip of the Woman's club jrlU meet Thursday Nor. I, at the home of Mrs. V. H. Puaey. Picnic luncheon it 0i;:o', Notice. omraenclng Wedneetfity, Nov. i, th local homo service office of tho American K -d Cross .will bo open from to 6 p. ni. daily. My Associated Press. Danville, Ky.. Oct. HI.- Herbert Covington, quarterback on tho Cen ter college football team. In the Fni verslty Of Louisville game Saturday, made six drop kicks one in the first, period, three In the second and two In the third periods. Figures on four of the kicks showed one from the 10 yard line und one from the :t:i yard line, Officials of the game said the feat constituted a world's record and that five was the lliest previous perform ance in a single game. Plan Feast For Workers. The workers on the hie tabernacle wehere the union revival is to be held will be served dinner tomorrow at noon at the First Methodist church by the ladies of the lirst and Enworth. Methodjet! cbutches. On Thursday the Workers will be served dinner 'by the ladies of the Presbvteian and the Trinity Lutheran chun at the R. G. SODERSTROM of Strflftor Republican Candidate for State Represcniative Election Nov. 7th YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Three and one-halt years aKo I served one term in th" Illinois Legis lature. Inning that session Of the General assembly it was tny privilege to lead, the tiKiu for rerm-rllal labor lagtalation, worked hard and voted tm everything the aoldfera ot tho r ceni and other wars asked for. in troduced ami secured the enactment ot the Illinois continuation School Law (said to be the most important piece, ot school legislation passed in ten yeara), voted for every school bill that reaBonsfbte educator! wero anxious to secure and at no time did 1 break faith witb, those whoso votes sent (no to Sitrlngfleld. I am ;i in 8ln bet ot the Board of Education In Strcator. a member of the Lodge of Odd Fellbws, Kiks, and Typographical tfnkm, i an la dose touch with leading fanners in ny community and 1 here voluntarily pledge myself to be for anythiaK the farmer wants. He has been bank rupted aad busied and ImBSMMd upon long enough . I will do what 1 can to help the farmer and the tvo- - it ; SODERSTROM EDITORIAL COMMENT ' R. V,. Sodei strom comes from the common people, and past tests have i shew n thut he won't forget where he Iconics from At home where he is utst kowu, his friends and his ac quaintances have had the opportun ity to measure him. and they find him worthv of such support that they commend him to the voters through out ihN country" Strcator Fri-o Press. ;:; m tap'.