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OTTAWA FREt- TRADF 4 r Ffahllhrd R4o WEATHER. 0 fTA W A JOURNA M CHl.lDMBnefl IMHU ii -y Showers tonight and AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER Sunday; warmsr tonight VOLUME Q-SO. 288 OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, SAT ITU DAY NO V KM Bl If I, 22 i OH !. K h oN TlilCE TWO CENTS ILLINOIS TO IMPROVE STARVED ROCK GR is HE WASN'T SATISFIED UNTIL HE GOT HER "Szizzrw SERVICES OF 6 WEEKS' REVIVALS AT STATE PARK 10 HELP CAMPERS TO BE HELD SUNDAY HEAD O FDEPARTMENT OF PUB LIC WORKS AND BUILDINGS TO MAKE SCENIC PLACE A MOD ERN EDEN FOR TOURISTS. Raided by Col. c ; Miii,... uf (lfl department o( i u I I i - works and build ings, n group of state offlolHla mh-ih rled turn lu Qi tend! perin Wete Supe T SI LARciE TABERNACLE COMPLETED AND READY FCR. OCCUPANCY BUSINESS MEN'S GOSPEL TFAM READY TO START "WORK." Ibis mabpied iiFe iss Too sTceMuous I VANT A ' DIVORCE .' id Dep M Sorvi The party reached La s night, an dheld a conferen Kaskaskia hotel adhere th ad during in- night. Early t visited the t.iti' park and and planned extensive imp at both places. "Eden" of Illinois. Col. Miller stated he in make tin- Marred Rook iui ;ie grounds, w hlch are situ high bluff, an Illinois Eden, bud to none In the stale, water, lavatory facilities, baths, sTW'eV,' tahles and m modern facllltlea are to be Hi is '.-round. Fory trees have I n p top of Starved Rock itself, I those which have died llUI past year and those which n of short life. A large public sei-vi.e t be built north of the hotel 1 j3mf) rkJ y wA , nflaTep jyy jj J J PLAN iTni i irr nnw id th rtTITr l-l r ati a k Mlt hLhUMUN B; CE A r l :il i A i v - . Til r OIlllfMirn r- t- r-r- mm mm Bur vzu i or for ffly FEW THRILLS It tile N, i MICHIGAN AVE EMPTIES GUN AT MAN WHO OFFERED TO ASSIST WOMAN Peru, Nov. 4. (Special) -Walter Bradley of Peru, was shot five times by Peter Tittoni, in the latter's soft drink parlor in Spring Valley, at 6 (clock last night, when 1-2, TRANSCOUNTRY because BraXy asympead ' thized with Mrs. Tittoni, after a fami. r 10 11 r n ly 9uarrel- Fur of the bullets enter- 3- MpU! Ml ''rl Bradl,'y's body- the fifth grazing U riil II !J ""' '"' ,,is r;ir"' He 18 a Patient i-j IU I vii l.U .,, st. Margaret's hospital In Spring nnilill II! Him I 11 i ''""'' uh"r" i' is said ho will r- lIUWN IN INDIANA 'Z&i&i'sssjl I lie two men have been the Iwint , "' WOBda for a long time. Yester day afternoon Bradley want to the BROKEN WATEF JACKET COM- Tittoni lofl drink parlor, and invited PELS HEROIC AVIATORS TO '!'' lilk' an automobile , vuU' rhe two went, to Ladd and land after sailing SHIP -;!"'ht the afternoon. They are said OVER 2060 MILES SPENT 11 ,'!' I';IV'' "'""i"'"1 "l;" drinks during the "vtalf in Ladd. HOURS IN FIEFCE STORM. ' The two returned to Bpfing Valley at 11 o'clock and went at once to the soli drink parlor. Mrs. Tittoni and Indianapolis, Xov A - Lleuta Kelly little son were In the place of and .Mac-ready, attempting B nonstop J','," ,)0-v M to hav" C . cuaea ma rather of being intoxicated transcontiaet air flIttl have made some iJkhtS Diego, Cal , to New York, were forced offended him. down at Ft Benjaniln Harrison, near ,,.r"!"ni !:"'uck at his son. Mrs. Ium ... t -. ,.... .....i Tittoni became aiurercd and in tor. ' -Ml.?. V I 1,1, l-.fll , ,1 UM .- , i,., . lukm it him t . h, i.i, i ,"rr"'- vely qunrrol is said to J'' 1 ls;a"' l" h"" torted tne avl- ''-v -nsnod between Mr. and Mrs. ators t descend. Tittoni. wtitnh ronnttiui , v, The radiator sprung aleak shortly after Ihey letH San DlegO hut it did not become serious until near Indi anapalR. Neither was injured in the landilg which took place on the mill t:i rv B vin I ion helil Tli' men aid they had travelled S0W drink parlor, and he is alleged I -ail'' miles. This is said to he a new to uv, followed her and to have recrd for a nonstop night. The T-2 "8"'" offered to befriend her. carried 1080 pounds the greatest load ,,.Wn"'' ""'' ,Vl''' in the living room evr taken up by a single motored air- ittonf rot hie gun and shot Bradley, cmft. i( is Claimed, j:i ;t a.-: he .-nd Mrs. Tlt- Lieuts, Mlacneady and Kelly left '"nl came back in the soft drink par- 'at III:., a lor Dayton, O. They made the trip in a plane obtained at the fort, leaving their machine here. RllflAri In rnmmanHanl DfivtAn. O Vov 4 l.ieics k'ellv ,lis fight a mi at tin breaking down in tears. Bradley then is said to have gon-i over to Mrs. Tittoni, patted her on tha shoulder, and to have told her not to cry, as he would be heir friend. Sh went into the living room, back of tht en. in the state dlr htatei nark, w washed out, 1 flown, and th rand. Cdunc cleaned up an rtltton. Concr shoe PW80 At for ai OVTESTS AWAKFN BUT LITTLE INTEREST PREDICT ELECTION OF STATE'S FIRST WOMAN CAN DIDATE FOR CONGRESS. (Chicago, Nov. 4. A unlet off year anipalgn opened its final drive in Dil ute today with hardl" a ripple above! he ,li oadtng some benvv Maicready, who were torced to len one or the tiles abandon their transcontinental non- i Ufl, . , i . . ... ti. . . f-AHDAMV o IT I i r-o , a , 11 ikl r utnn flii-til ul T t, ,1 1 -, n o Wrtl i H hanmiaa nt ly brulged can not , ftT -uo,B . J broken radiator, arrived at McCook il r.Hradl l. i i n nnc: DLUuna mun in ur it if an aviation field at 12:16 today and re- Body "Riddled'' by Bullets. Th i Brat btlllot entered the face of th" injured man. the second entered how. the third atered his back, the fourth his sid-3 ad the fifth grazed Bis face. The last h" shots are said to have hiwui tired y fell to fie floor. larse crowd eathered around thn T nd. saloon and the Injun d man was ear- In Mi rled t'i a doctor's otti anil later to l)i. E Par mm mm LU, n .run nyr mr To It FAR! v" I F MAN HAS CiMSTER !NCU5A.T0n t-ny effoi modernl7 Ope (if t around 0 MRS. CHAS. I FA?0N CLAIMED 87 DEATH daced in un 1 known Karl-' ed Monmouth or in the rear: enty two hour will not be st hutch come 1 y. The ma-1 'il to its full in beneath. Th state I treasurer, s structlon, lotmty oiiii Here a nil a whole h as fallet asm for nd dry fi OTTAWAN. MEET DEATH Ifl ACCIDENT WORD OF TRAGIC FATF OF WELL the wriggley building IN ported Ito Major Bane, theli co CHICAGO, FOR THE ERECTION ',,.,' , ,..,. , St. Marccrefs: liosnltal Tlttnnl m. Ill i.i III L' It. I ll" I I II I I til Di H' " mrgr-mwmwt wva OF THEIR NEW TWELVE ' Bcial r.-poit of the fltght they reveal- placed under arrest by the Spring Val- ctory wniutP '"'l that during their nearly thirty :' v Police thirty minutes after the HOME. hours in the air they were 'in the shooting He was walking down the I miiist of a si'orm for eleven hours fl'tr,'et when taken in charge and had , , , t , and thirty minutes, in crossing the made no effort to get away, ihe Central Life Insarfnce com- mountains the wind was so strong !iny officers yesterday purchased il threatened several times to turn AMFMIST TO TFTIFY ir Mif tui ineir new n'nie ni c ill un-n ciuy uvei, Two Flirrs Killed. T air,. Ohaxloa 1 .1 V.,, I T ln.it. if Super-,,,.,,, . , ' ' ".. ' : "' u .varti him e.arsass, 01 -t. i; iss, i ni. in,,.,!, ri vn a a- ml Michigan ivenue. three Bl Paitf) Tex were killed this morn . Ant;r,("h- Cal., Nov. 4. Attor- , ,. ,, ... , ' ., , I" 1 ;s '' lex" ,,.., "Vs "V"1' neys for Mrs. Clara Phillips, charged ninth ,,t the uriKKley build-lttg when an army airplane in which Kitiv th murHor nr v nihorta lesirahle they wen- making a flight from Ft. ,.,..,,, ... .,.,.. .,. ' ,,. Bliss to New York, crashed to the ,,.,, wjt) g ,,.;,.,. w,,n, husy tB. ground at. Vinton, near lu re. DrearItlR th(, introduction on . of testimony of alienists in the Kf CftgO. The lot is net- of the in'i tlK' hi th east MRS. PHILLIPS IS CRAZY in,, n of th Michigan avenue pad is one of tin. best siti for dike build IMPERIAL GROUNDS Ii:-Ill ., but i'sri which wiil 1 irnum for indit.Ion wai b teen inch fan heat. nly the heavy red rocks. Rhode. ottos. Orpingtons, cooled with three ami gets a eom- Mrs. Charles Least perlor street, passed burn hospital at ill last Monday and li such that she was taken to the hos pltal Wednesday. Previous to her fatal illness Mrs. Leason had always heen in the best of health. Her death was due to sn abscess of the brain. The deceased woman was ''') years old, having been horn in Dayton town ship, Sept. 21. tss". She always was a resident of this locality and Was a! , RESCUES MOTHER BUT To this union si children were born. ! flSFS HFR OWN I IFF who now survive. They are Helen. "' "" iter of the late ( 18; Paul, diaries, Louis and Leslie. , ,,. ,, . hf3 Ktitnnr ), i .. . ( ir iff Nnv 1 Miss HArnlCP nJUaon, Who 1 zv monpna, Mary and uoyn, ne- TI ,, r ,. 1.1,1. ,, .u . 1 11 j , , , Helm, Zoyears old, sav ed her mothe sides the six children she naves her , ,,, , , , , , , . . .... . hut ORt her own i e In an .-inarteien uusoann and two sisters. Mrs. John , , ,, . a z ... . , office in Mu t.-t , ... ... house fro ear v in :iv he vnuns twtll in UUS sti.te. Lionuergan and Mrs. Edward Barrett. ,,,., ,. i.,,,.,, 1 i n. " i Mrs Hnet'o ,.i,.h , iarlcs K. Fuller, wlio i lOTi tit .in i n mi run KNOWN MAN REACHES R E L A TIVES HERE - PARTICULARS The firm of Burnham Brothers, BEING EXTENDED OF MISHAP ARE LACKING. , affhitects. who have designed some While Japan does lunlctenl rice for the people, who. even after banquet require a howl I lea 11 11 thouah ci ntractors aa usual, i . Duality of Mayor Willi Thompson and his prlncip Fred bundtn. it en Mil her father only woman Service ing at st, Columha o'clock and Inte in St. Columba' ill be held Monday morn- Ti' 'a church at lit will be mad d in tl anil un basemen Iff to tin nes shot up tilth and lop floor of tiie thirty ft building routing the occupants t floors and occupants of adjoining FARR'NGTON LEAD OF MiNE.RS CM THE VWJE Uiartments nearly inn persons being ' -"c driven to the street. blttl r Mis Helm aroused her mother and 1 '""!' ed her to the tire escape. The giri fifth stepped bark into the building and "t 1 did not re-appear, Afterward the fire the I! Springfield, III., Nov. 4. A definite ,on found her bod) not far from the tue I trend away from the leadership of winder through which she entered repre Frank Farrington. president of the II- Prior llnois United Mine Workers, was re- lenal 1-.. . 1 ... 1 lw... ,,.!.. ..1..... ...11,,.. . .1 . state headquarters made th LLOYD GEORGE WINS report mowing mat .Mr. Harrington had received second place in the dom ination and consequently would have second place on the miners' ballot London, N Mr. Fsrrington was forced from first minister Davi place by Mr. John Hindmarsh of Riv- tumod UDOpni erton, who was nominated irl times ' lia&tenl for t! to Mr. Farrington's 131. 1 iv real Opposition in the twelfth by leaders' of all political fact Devine Has Hot Fight i. 111., Nov. 4. -)ne of i Ighta in the Illinois Ipj oisti ct. ana an- ti SEAT IN PARLIAMENT the distrk I i messages were received :m Chicago, announcing itli early today of John inner well known Otta Wr, Leonard 'was struck e crossing the street. reel ear The accident oc ick from his hofme, at decetlenl was about fia and had a very wide cit here. lie was born am Freedom township, and v. Twelve vettfi airo h sicted at i mi.) west Lafayett street, occurred it. this city. Surviving he leaves his widow, a- ' one step son, John Kelly, two sisters. Mrs. Patrick Slattery of Ottawa and Mrs Thomas Kearns of Barlville, ot a Salle, James LaincM of Ophir and William I.""!iard of Freedom Tin- remains will be brought to Ot tav for hnrlal, arriving here some tin tonight, and Will be taken to til- Slattery home, 110 Joliet street. PROMINENT SHERIDAN COUPLE WED HERE ' ' rioch tuts morninc by BCticall: Immediately aftt,r tj, UlCh ISlninnv- tile I-Mlllile ,1 ........... i 1. Le and Ie- r, - Mirhlgan. where they will WceiVtog the jthilr htmeymoon, of the biggest buildings In Chicago, Toklo, Or and are noted for their artistic as I not produce well as their engineering feats, have heeds of he been commissioned to design the new inn elaborate U i food, prodlli- with tile la in the earlv Mi support of the insanity defense. No session of the trial was held today. Mrs. Phillips, under cross examina tion, stuck to her story told under di recl examination that Mrs. Meadows had admitted an intimacy with the dft. fendant's husband, Armour L Phillips, and tint it was Mrs. f'rggy Caffee. former chorus girl chum of Mrs. Phillips, and not the defendant, wh' attacked Mrs. Meadows witli a haia- ding, Ihey have already started pr more of their sti k on tin- plans for the structure, tion has kept the will he twelve stories high, with crease of tin- populat i fobl frontage, which is two feetjdays of the Meljl elgn, when tin- pi er (ban the Ottawa Centra LlfelpulatlOn was ;.r),(itiu.iHiu, there was 35 Id ink. The huflding will have a Oflfl 000 knkii nf rtrn nmrinrad Thl hi nun, rhllllps since Mrs. Meadows repeat- mer. Mrs. Caffee is tin ness. sin testified state's star wit she saw Mrs. ith a population of it ni a nu mil in on Superior street ne man nan a mill-tpe crop i so! mint number of koku ' It Is hoped to have it ready for; production is due' t ccuppcy by a year from now. The ; methods than great ntnpanj will move their main office cultivation. CSicagO as soon as their new eme is completed, Tile amount which the coninnnv lid for the let has not heen made iibllc, lul it Is one of the most vain-! ile building lots in the part Of IfhiBal linnlovurH Ihni I,..,..,,.,,. .... Dublin fisirtrblJ after the erection Of the Swin'-V was among several w brioae The officers of the com. arrested in the home of Mi mv deliberated for some time be- I'hries in Aylesbury road here aftt veen the purchase of the place 'they a "r'lt between tin- opponents an loose, Ind a lot four blocks further' nsiMonal army troops, who were pr. ifth. Sltoinlns the nratra itnini sumahly seeking to arrest Kamon d hey finally choose the former, which valera, reported to I week in this City T ua eilly witli a hammer. BONA RLAW PLEADS FOR ERIN-BRITAIN PACT MARY MACSWINEY HELD IN CUSTODY v. 4. Mtt vain Leeds. Emgland, Nov. I (By A. P.) Prime Minister Bonar Law, address r an audience of I!,bi'U persons here lay. said the view of the whole an list party was that the Anglo-Irish tv bo given a fair trial. Those who are carrying on the gov linent in relayed may think." be d. that the new covernment and - party that supports the new gov iment is hostile in its heart. It -pending tin- isn't." search failed , II 11 more d ader, POPULAR PERU COUPLE ARE WEO "URKS NOT TO ATTEND I Special.) -e oi curred to reveal tie- republica To the Ant, Thou Weather Shark. Ants are credited with an instinf PEACE CONFERENCE m . " they '.1 observed In the summer enlarging tantinople. Nov I Tin grand and Strengthening their dwellings, it informed the allied Inch com- 9 to he a sign of an early and peai Lie Has Great Vitality. A lie caB be tttrMd inside o i decked in new plumage tha ill recognise its u-an old car Ye Editor's Luck. Western Paper Ye hard-tip editor, ,4 ' going through the pockets of his last '.e ! fear's -nit as a final resort, bus re- ceiveii from tin oaexpectad quur-ter.- l'.e-'on Transcript.