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TLIC3DAY. NOVCMBER 2fi, 1925.
fMCHQ DAicrnrnD jZ.d.4U Mldll ! Ui ill 10 PROPOSED HOME MtTTBI trPOr.TS ON RE R1VI CONDUCTED FOrt LOCAL CORPS--t2,?CC15 OlVtN TOWARD GENERAL FUND. A total of IIS. 41 was lUbMribed by ".tkhoaoaver-wiUera'' in the recent fimp.ilKii to CfMte a mud with whirl, 1 ejj In Ottawa u Salvation Army bfrrucVa on tlin property owned ly tb; loc.il corps on La Salle itrai t. Ju l oi lafayetta, according to a atata Inent ot receipt aubmtttod to the peo pio of Ottawa todajf by tbe auoutlve Ifsinmlttee, K I'll 111 .:; ii i tl i XI 1 1 1 Mil) ! iln to be solicited trbed there fl.174.51 to IB the tOtal eon plele lb fund to brinK t i i the raqtftre I S,(WO. T!i i raiwrt of the reci b a-a that 12.306.15 wo i illi t ui. the anny ilurlag the comli 'i Imi report rolkmH : i'- 'ore . . . 'Bill tig tit'- tli" I'Qtntnlttei would rtkte ii eful .-xlxnra for maloteaaiMM nft -r the drive . cloi ''.l , n M " il ri i or!, v 111 not iho i:i !'i'.,r'ni. column, but 1 fa I fl w'th tbe bulfrfing fund i iipti .ill retbrnn oornld a front Wfll e... to till t run I. Ii. port bt :n Hi n; I. ;i -i i ftmmitttHM : ' . i k polder, 'li ;irt:;i:ii .,, ,' J.. iii i' kic. , chairman Ihb'wtnr i Hi on, chairman .... Wil Ford, halhnari IMiw la Uara n, , 'i ifrman .... ' t a MMa ma, chairman ... f'. ii"- Mom, chairman tirrdttl I pin dd, ( halrmap . . A i r i! i, i lial man Fri '".i,i!! c.mi r, chairman . .. l:. '. Air ii. chairman Catherine Sinnott, chairman, North Side Mr ';. w I'.'ir'ir. chairm in, isact aid Ails i Soihlp Ti'tcko. ch iir auin, South Side Mi Thonraa Ft iji. Khair in.;::. Weal Stdo ftv bantu V.irt house h antral Life building Moloney building J. B. Porter Corporation and employe:; Chicago Retort ami eroplojrea Pettier Gla.ss company ami emp!oy.; Johnson Piano tonipany and employes 84.Mii 54 lai :!; " I 46.0 ' 14.0 ' 24.00 si.ij 106." 140.42 I..1 ,00 2i. : i ui. i C, O, TdO Ot; r pa to! "...I P. R R, factor o.- Han tnployi iy, Mrs. Ta 'is M'U J'O- ' I!-,;.. U,, ,.., QJ, Vi. : II iqe company JjUit'.1 highway employ ea ' !,ntal 1 otige So. ;u Haatora star fcfceab.se i" Bencflt alwoci lata. Porte Grefi M- '. rfaiy Ualienstinc . Kl ', ffaraffbvll Dr. Petflt Total for muliiteiian Toe WhoseaVcr-w 1 11 era paign for th. hulldtrg ...lie ."..a1 1 ;;oti.n cam fund prcv i'.'its..1: reported $ li Cot iraittee No. 24. V. s. Moyera, chairman ! Lorenfo Lnland ! I.. Wotidwnrd L. ). Hrowhe Total for building fund. . . 31 This will leave a balance of 1,6" to ho raised for the building fund. , !: rornection with this report, tli. at-ivt-y saic-.i'iiniiiw nut tttm&.u SAlV ON ARM EARL o. IH KKs, Manager 121 Main Street Branch 170 I'htme orders given prompt attention. WE DELIVER, CALL .46 SPECIALS I t )K '11 1 .KS' 1 1 VI N" i DAY DIXXi f 'nr Wednesday, November 30th Only. EXTRA SI '( i K in PURE CANE FLOUR Great FLOUR Great EVERY Anterian Brand 49 pound haj,rs American Brand -4'2 ioutil bags. BAG GUARANTEED TRY IT. COCOXUT- Lohg Shreds per pound 5 1 M 'MPK I X Fancy Goods- 2 cans gg l k( lUETTES Chocolate overed Fig Bars, fr H. .2$ CARAMEL BROWN SUGAK- 3 pounds -; ALMONDS- XL -Soft Shells, per pound WALNIT IS ( A 1 . 1 1 '( ) K X i A -Soft Shells, per 1R. .. WASIFK!' BRAILS and FlI-liKKTS, per gound , ."i MINCE MEAT Old Time Brand, per lb taY: 1 1:1.1.0 mi 1 .vi-rs g gkaa .. . m?2 llll't il.i l i: M.RS1!!A1.LQW CREjjerjar .-5 CAIUiED PEELS Citron, per potlml 53 I Itangv 1 r Lemon, per pound 37 I IRI IVII'DARN" D.TI-'.S--ncr package .22 XISIN'S Seeded or Seedless, R 1YAL ANNE CHERRIES Local Briefs Mint Liivina iimu.hi le'.i for Nori : : (laid, Minn, iciii, where aha will ipend th Thankagivini holidays w-- in i : I t r, Ml.-is Aiiaellne, who in atudent al Bt Olafa t olIeM r. J, MpGovi rn oi Jeliat spent 1 1 iduy In tit- i hi on biiMnei ir and Mra, Michael theody ot Seneca were Ottawa oallora yeater- ilny. Miss Marie HaUfland ot North Ot- tawa, ami underwent a lerloua opeV ation at the city hospital yesterday, I, reported al dolnl nicely today. Arnold Olaon and Herbert ami Jo seph Ifalera of Beneca wajfe Ottawa visitors last evening. Miss Mildred Mailer, who has been attending. Brown'a baalneaa collage, has accepted a position lu the office Of the I'orter fat tor . Joseph Bchulti ol Beneca spent yesterday in this city on business. i'. a. (ferrioh a repreaentattve of the i:a Ina Tire Co., is apendini a few days In this -lty on buainea The Misses Roaella ami Qladya Welsh of Ka ;i Lafayette street spent last evening flatting relatives and friends In Seiieea. rtlntr Donghert of this city spent last evening in Beneca, William TUlly of this city left to- day for Milwaukee, wis. to spend a few day visiting friends ami rein tlVes. Qeorge Jtlgenita lias returned to Hammond, lad., after attending the funeral of his father, the late Jacob JugenitJ, 'ari Hargrave of the PMrostone Tire Co.. or Chicago, is spending a few days in this iity.on btiiiie- Robert Tierney of Chicago la spend inn a few days vialting his mother in this eity. Miss Emma Negle of Ransom is Fpemltog a few5 days visiting relatives and frlenda in 'hi', elly. The Missel Kathb en an I hem .Miller of Streator spent leal evWing vialting frlenda in this eity. William T. MiK:i'!s Bf Morrli was, an Ottawa business roller yesterday Thomas Rellly transacted business In Seneca yesterday. S. Kdrldge of I. a Salle was an Ottawa caller yesterday. U Jennings of streator spent yea ti rday i:i Ottawa tranaaoting busi nesB. A. s. Scbuman of Chicago was an Ottawa business caller yesterday., HalpU Stone of Strea'or transact ii buaipeaj here yesterday. (Mate's llvtornev Harry i'. Kelly left today for Lincoln. Neb. to at tend the Notre Panic-Nebraska foot ball KBtne, Mr. Kelly went from Ol tawa into Chicago, where he joined the team, and made the rest of the journey in the special car with them BATTERY THIEF EVADES P0LICF No arrests have been made by the police in connection with the theft Of a valuable storage battery from on" of tie- cetuent mixers (bat are us, ii by the Mid-Wi st Engineering Co., on the North side pav tnenl job. 'I he battery waa stolen some time between Saturday night at o'clock and Monday morninc at 7 o'clock, Officials of the company staled, a bat tery of the Cole type It valued at I6, ;c;utive committee wiab to express thflr gratltucie to eVory chairinan and worker in connection witb cent palgr We grealtisr cprcc'ati th. re? . alts of the oifrms put forth ia this c likewjite tho'ie who contrlbutv!. We thank ydtt. Respectfully submitted, SM VATION" ARMY BXKCDTlVbl OOMMlTTBE. L c. BRAND, Chairman.' OL VRENOE OR1UOS. CHARLES CEIOER. I.ELAH P. LINCOLN. PUKI) SApP. :.;its. (i. C. IRK KLEY. VIiRS. P. 3, SLBVKDER. iff A ' :Ttl . U IA .6: SPECIAL pounds $0.74 packages Fancv Grade, a! : lb Tin: on MANY ATTEND MEET Ii II 10 OPEN CAMPAIGN w inn WORKERS HOUOL GATHER IN COURT TO ORGANIZE FIELD WORKERS WHO PUT OVEH NEW WILL TRY TO BASIC LAW. A good sized crowd of citizens of the county, troni almost all the town ships, gathered in the county Courl room at 1 o'clock this afternoon, to attend the BieettAg held for the pur- posa of organlitng ti ooromltte to work In favor of 1 1 1 proposed new c'instltu tion of Illinois. The meetlpg wa called to order by county Superintendent of schools, W. it. Poster, who at the request of the Constitutional Convention Delegate! from La) Salle county, and Judge Orriu Carter, o (he il ite committee lor the ratification of the constitution, had called the session. Mr, Poetei ipofce briefly on the pur post of tie organiaation of the county, for the ngilncatinn of tie- conatltu- t ion. roster at Dana. In spite ol a two inch snow which covi red tin ground, the auditorium of the Dana High school was crowded last nij'i'i when. . i a Dana Parent Teachers Association meeting, County :u; i rlntendenl oi schools, W, Cos U r, spoke in favor of the rattfiattoq ol the proposed constitution of (lllnoia There was a very tine 'iiiislc.il pro. gram followed by the talk. Mr. r explained th change that would come about on a rc-appropriatlon ol the state and stated that the proponed conatltution was m aU likllhoed the last opportunity the people living down siate ui,) baye to draw a baalc law, that was n i dominated by Chi cago, lb- 'eiit into tin- change the new constitution would inajte In th courta, . -,,i 1 1 r, who 11, 1: r-,.jjcinc I 11 r, was much better qualified t" make rules of practice and procedure than the legislature. He also explained that the tats legislature could vacate any 01 these rules that were found to be arbitrary. The bail provision was also none into. Mr. Poster explained that this was- the same as waa Incorporated in the United States Constitution. The code, he explained, would give the legislature to distribute taxes inorr equally, Deer Park Favors Change. A very enthuaiaatlc meeting in favor of the ratification of the propoaed con night in the Dear Park town hall. O. K. Woodward, president of the Con rtitlttlonal Convention, spoke at the session. M'ADCO MAY GO TO JAIL FOR SPEEDING Presno, Calif., Nov. 18.- Wm. Olbbe McAdoo; former secretary of the trea ury was arrested yesterday and cited to appear before Jttdce j. S. Clack oaiuroay, to answer charge tng at. th" rate of r,i niih s The arresting officer said h the McA.ioo car containing Mra. McAdoo ami their d throe miles. Judge Clack has the repi jailing apet dera. or speed an hour, pursued Mr. and Iver, for Thianksgiving FOR COIMOTIOI for Tomorrow Ls Choice of 300 up-to-date Coats at $15.75, $20.00, $29.50, $40.00 nd $50.00 Each and evervone oi worth $5.00 to $20.00 more than we'll sell them Choice of 250 Dresses at $10.90, $15.00.. $20jQ$, and $30.00. You must see these dresses in order to appreciate iheir value. Our Children's Just received middy combinatioi ENGEL .vw a rnirE ti? vperoi jju CHATSWORTH MERCHANT DIES IN HOSPITAL HERE Stephen Karri prominent chats- worth. III., rellr-d business nuin, passed uwuy at abor.t 7 q' look In hi ever'd at the Illinois Valley ho pital in South Ottawa. Death came after a three week,' lllues-, iii the Ottawa hospital, and was atttilm.ed to a complication oi ,i laasee. The deceased was bom in Germany on Dec, ! 1 s-i S. and came to this state When but a small boy. He bus been a reaidenl o( phataworth practically his entire life. ' The remains aere taken back to Chat -iworth this moi nitiK by the Roach Dndertaklng company of t hat city. Services and intetmeut will be held in Clatta worth, MOTHER BEAD AND T! I BECOME CO. CHILDREN OF JOHN QRUNWALD ARE ORDERED COMMITTED TEMPORARILY TO COUNTY DE TENTION HOME. Cpder a temporajry order, Judge Keek yesterday commttteed Adam QrunwaVl, aged l'.'. am! his brothers, Joseph, aged C and Valentine, aged I, to the county detention home, send ing the bearing Bled last week, ask- lag that the. children be declared de pendent. The mother of tie- children Is dead and their lather, John, is employed away from home. They are with their Kiandf-ither, Valentino Grim w;,!d. in Streator. . V.tiui), Spreads Roll. w. C. viitum was appointed to spread the avessmut 0.' tin Chape! md Orlr;;n.v twr. 1 tiav'm? bv Jiidi t; Keck in the echiafy -"iri i 'terday Mr V'ltl.nm wist -el ct-'-l by he clt.v r ur.Cll for the we': about tW i weeks Unyt-r Week:; yost'-.dh)1 pud th.- o'ti petit. on providing fir ih- improve ment oi' ciiap. i ami Orb aa street e' u: t'..4. A ne.v ,. it, , :- mod to supplant (he ol: oi'.i l.".st month. DISCOVERY OF NEW ORE FIELD CUTS VALUE OF RADIUM $5000 DRAM Pittsburgh! Pa- Nov. ?s The di . -very of a rich vein of radium ore in t!.- Belgium Col in has i U3od a break ol loOjOl I u drnhm. qflkials of in Radium :ompany Bald PONY BLIMP MAKES RECORD TRiP TO ALA. P.o.'l -vil'e. 111., N. (Mi hi was made pei ; -ray blimp of- Bcotl 'iv:t's lighter thin traverso.3 -K" mll-ja v. 2X. -A i sc rd terdaj when the iicld, .he govern air station here, from the Held to Bynum, Ala., In tunouned here ten hours, tin today. officials Sale fit th; :or. Coats at $5.00 io $15.00 ATHER AWAY inrr nr.r.c WARDS eP' Fix tra. Special Children's all wool Dresses, $5.00 and $6.90. CLOAL AND SUIT MUDDLED FUTURE i mi I-1 Lv PROF. NOW WITH NO. 1 HAS CHANGE OT HEART, REPORT, WHILE NO. 2 SAYS SHE IS RIGHTFULLY AND LAWFULLY HISN. Hansel, la., Nov. :'v- Mrs. Charles II. Hawn, Hither, .Mrs. Blanche Haw n liii;h ltrliiiiner. back here tr day from M uslialltow n la. where the two apeiit yesterday Invest icituu; th- mnrltal st.,u:.', oi Mr Kilaraet announced thai her daughter legally was entitled to Wed Professor John P, Tleraan In tholr Crown Point, Ind., ceremony last s tturday, "it is Mrs. rjia i h Tleraan," iief. Initely, said Mra, Hawn and Profes sor Tiernaa and Mrs. Auguattu t. ar um musl settle their legal status In Ipdiana "My daughter never Intended to .'.u.y Tiersan whj im went f CI I iiKt, , Thu. .'; Plght," the rr.nthi 1 .... "Tit ; 1. vlred her '. Come it ' !ii:;a' tl a. ,-iy and she v.. nt Ur had B . e. to he mar ried at i V.umas t;a,- but Tleraan I l-r' .ve i;. t exc .1 BVl the hasty uiurrlng. at Crown iv..i was the re. anli "My : chter navel ! been a Vry ;.iin thinker, rctlii-. frequently "i i". Impaled f 'he moment ami tjfo, tnitether with Tlbrnan's insist enci no doubt easily won her over. "She dhi nothing arrohg. She is oly i '-'! wife of Tieman as the court n-cords In Marshalltown have cl"hrrd h r divorce record which Mr. Tlornan eema to worry about.'' iho y,i' titers main Idea now la 10 prove i me worw tnat sne is tne tegal wlf of Professor Tlernnn. Mrs.' Havn : aid. LoOktJJjg toward that auo two motion picture offers have been isi d; she said. Sh" tnay write honks, Mrs. Hawn il.l. for she h'.'.s nucb a fund of iniag laaHod that it is easy for her to pro- dace a great number of hand written pagaa in a short time, T'.e daughter plan-; to spend sever al days ;. t ie home o: her tirst hus band, Floyd iiash. in Marahalltown. His parents live here ; nd b.-,- four year old sua. Kenneth, la with thein. Chapter x 1 1. Son'h Rnd, Ind.. Nov. 28. With 1 the thread of domestic affairs of Professor and Mrs. John P, Tieman becoming tangled by many nw do- veloptnenta since the start of the Tiernan-Poulln paternity case, the r.evt. move of the principals toward k restoration, ot harmony in the house hold was being watched with inter est today. I Despite the fact that Professor Tieman announced fast night that the reconciliation With his first wife was oaOVhtg along satisfactorily, B dlspattSfl from iMawballtowty la., j quoted Mrs. Blanche Primmer Tier nan, the profeasor'a bride of a day,' a Baying aim was the latter's wife and was going to live with him. Sb said she expected Tlernan to arrive ia the Iowa city Wednesday. Whether the processor will carry out his announced intention of dis missing the divorce petition against :w v-oi llltP S. j in an CERTAIN! V A W A I TS TIERNAN AND PES STORE the drat Mra, Tleraaa und have thu appeal of the paternity caae ngainit Ham I'ouiiti alamlaaed, or whethi r he will take action to have bit tnar page to the seuotid Mrs Tlornon pro nojll I lenal are sti pfi to ho deter- mined. "Quiet and Refined." Ottumwa, la.. Nov, n, Local tm- plement dealers with whom an A. K Brimmer did but In i with In 1911 believe be Ii the same one who. with the woman known as Blanche Hawn- Raafa Brimmer-Tiernan, lived in ot tnmwa several weeks durtni that summer, The local dealers recall that nrim mer waa a district agent and main tained his headiinnrters in Ottumwa. The couple is remembered us quiet ami of refilled appearance. DEBATING TEAM TO BE ORGANIZED AT IP 0UIIUI mm ARE UNDER AGGREGATION TO RBPRE3EN AT.-ORM. WAY TO cr ARGU f O. H. 3. An attempt h bi Ina mado at the ot 1 is"!. High aehob' o orgenirc .1 i botini 'cm:, a meeting ot c-- pro p stl stateamen who weald rather e.v rt th it vo ii diitfea than their muscles will bo held in .he hin school in th,- near fulnre, when au attempt a il' he ma organlae a team if iryi!'ii-rs. Ott n'Ti inn of the f. a KOlOOla in the county that li s n platform debat- S m -.!.! ! taloni in a debating way two wat uncovered utel r ( hi a th koalor English rloases In.hilK.sl !:i a if ri lobut r tbe aoldiera' bo- nil 'to. inair wm I d irlnsi school hours a good fl-ed crpwd ot outaiuera atteauea aci conPRmenieq the etudonti oi their excellent work. While debtitori ol last year's senior team (ire gone, there Is still 'hi makini i of a -'ood team at the school. t.a Salle his a regular debating earn, Lather Collegi also baa a .); bating team, to competition will be enay to gt t. if the plana now formulating come through Ottawa will be tryini- to talk Ictory from their opnt its instead ;i wrestling it out of them. The sng-cntiony AexlHnry lunch ,,Ti With th 1 Ladies' i ,-u the church Widay at i ladies of the church srl re i bli'i" their bazaar dona , if possible. IK MilK Fed ChickanS. Dressed ami drawn. I .tiulted r-upplv. , ve your order early. eeve your order early. JOHN A. W-ELSH. Phi me Hi" A RETURN "The Good LOCAL 1 m . j i on this show. We' if yr,u don't like it. WEDNESDAY AND THANKSGIVING JACK HOLT and BEBE DANIELS in "NORTH OF THE RIO GRANDE" From the story "Val of Paradise" HARCL hiits c: i lanksgivme aie o EARL ? BAKER H TS 1 on I .oice a r i V a ues ud $1 EARL & BAKER Millinery Department METZGER 5 OTTAW.ILL Tr TO Cl r,"Cv' WANTEO -Two young men or higU I' "I boj for roomers with fJVlJ "ie IVinlly. Inqulru In port,on at 7PJ Webster St. i.'j Help the Fire Fighters, 1 1 ckel to tie- annual Flfi- men's dance, Tbankagivina eve., No?. 2'Jth He lp maxe the lire HghteHI 1 the bl!tfe-l ev. rn of tho season. Thej ri ipond to your call, so reepoacl to theli by buying a ticket t.i the an- : - -i ' J 11 tla Ja er will sing. ic ii Hentrloh'a orohestra, Catholic Dauabterc of America Party chedulej for tomorrow eveoiag po-'-f 1 one i ; i-oii nt St. Ptaacl.; baZuar. 'ANTED Hotel. Two maids at flit tan it ' i.k ! ri.. , ; , 1 ;:;c Inqulro t 12C E., t : inter tone II5-L, i 'mk. Bt, or 1 OR SALE !: of Wedroa. JOHNSON, Mi w !' f : .-a, onthea'-t lie ff JULIA ik. ill Bos fi4. 1W1ANTED- l .borei-.: permanent; l c nb qolre THE BtARR I LAY HI. it. id woraaj e- lioitr. In CO., Streator. WWTI kltehi a MAS :d Oil ! tpplj at -iv. roan ivork tn JOXK. 111 p ' FOR RALE -8trlctly 1 i r qutcs sti" w 111 ably. Phone BI9-K. r ew sell plan v ary ) larnp; reaso:.- WANTED Tutor for pil; m,;st be able rbth ra.K pu t :. (i !ioy to to . iulp biro Call C:7-K for or iii-;'! school w addreea Tree .1 e:;r. Tra 1. r NOTfCL. tate of Zilpha t'siiian. Deceaaed. 'Notice l- hereby given that the ur deraigned, Executor o" tli? last Will 'and Top tn t ol ZUpba Osmsn, latf 'of the County of Lu Salle and S.a'c jf Illinois,, deceseed, will appear be 1 for ., 'he. Probate Court of said couatj the arst Monday (being the "'.t day) . f Pebruary, IWS. nt the Probate Court Room, in Ottawa, la said couaix. when and where ail persona having . ma or demands against said estate .-r, notified (o attend and pr- -:.t th) tame in writing for adjustment Dated liii:-. z'lt'n da of November, A. D. 1112, i ESTER 11. STRAWS'. Executor. The Congregational auxiliary will have a luncheou with the ladles' as sociation at the church Friday at 11:16, All ladies of the church are requested to bring their bazaar dona tion with them, if possible. . - . A Rat TKat Didn't Smell Afte Being Dead for Three Months "1 iweuit wudedtbrta mnmh?." writes Mr. J. SykMtN. J ' " t a;iw tUU rut ,-vrry day Jiut some StMSfilpbl liin.l alarrfl. Merith.'-aftcrwarrH. my wile ,.'krtl bdblnd UM barret. There il WM dead.' gjil-SBSp Mttl in tl.rec siea f'.r 15.-, 05c, (l.i$. Sold and austSBtSad ty S. S. Pearson's Sens. Corbus' C1-J3 Store. SHOWING OF Fro v Wei , II return your money Adults 30c, Children 10c TOC I LLOYD in I BO" Children !0c r 1 f dav. Nov. 29th manv rrimmed Hals i . to a u lor i PJNE PPI E F.xr,i Sli