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WEATHER nn II? JLJLJ COUNTY Get Up at Four, Be an Early Riser, Plant a Garden And Steal the Kaiser VOL. XII, xo. :r.r. HAMMOND, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, APHIL :, 1J)1S. Oeliied byTIMES oarrteri"30o f month; on streets and at newsstands. 2 per copy; tack number 3o par copy. h5D A r-Cfrc1 mmW3 f r rs ' ii arcrwsk n sera p a uwi e a t -. i t ".i t f 40. "i, v.fr?A T yg ppa ran rp P:3ct -.p ,v.i f-p P NO IMMEDIATE DECISION fe V m M LSI & m i cl --n ma m k4 tes, sa&L sa -fcssa 'Ss& E XPECTED COURT arguno COMPLETED YESTERDAY Judge J. H. Gillett Raises Ser ious Question, Says Thai Outsiders are Fa vored by Act. rNTIANAPOLIS. IND.. April 3 The fv.e of saloon in Indiana now rests v-ith the supreme court. "Whether the Indiana legislature had a constitutional right to pass ihi state-wide prohibition law. especially in view of constitutional contract risrhts. and also whether the law does not contain within itself un constitutional discrimination?. were anions the principal issue!" arsued orally before the supreme court yesterday In two cases to test the validity of the law. The court's decision may not be handed down for several days. Lawyers in Stiff Battle. Six attorneys battled for and against the law for more than four hours while pm audience that filled to overflowing the small courtroom in the state house listened eagerly. In the main the ar t . :n;.. nt pro.-.-- lod with studied precision ;.,1 regularity, in accordance with wc-U-l.i id r'-ans. Hmvevcr. ,when a justice ..!; the. sif'M-.co of the court to ques-ti--n an attorney en added tensity fell ur.p. tho audience, and it th tr.e.l with 1, 'f-.ti'il-s interest to discover some tv;, ? .r!iHVS in'oative of his attitude. Justices Make Inquiries. A. S 'cinte .Ijstices Moses It. Lairy and Howard I Townsend and occasionally I'hief .lutice Jcmi V. Scpnccr inter rupted Ui sniooth-ilowing arguments of tho attorneys and questioned about , httl.er the legislature had not ample v,r to pass such a prohibitive act. ;:!,u w hethcr parts of the law might 1... declared unconstitutional without in a!;datins the remainder and about ,.rlir move technical points. The other -m vices, I.nwson M. Harvey and David . 'Myers, remained silent, but displayed intense interest throughout, f , judire. I.alry asked cf W. V. )v,in?n:i, attorney for the Evansviile brewers: Just what is there In the constitu tion that hedges the power of the legis lature on this question?" The Ieebo case and the principle of s'are decisis."" replied Mr. Koblnson. AVhen armmtoiits Jn the Evansviile case were concluded the court passed to a consideration of arguments in the ;ary case, which was designed particular1- to look after liciuor retailers in tere'sts -while the Evansviile case was primarily for the brewers' interests. It was announced that the same procedure of two hours' argument on ft side would THE KAISER. Starving children in many countries ! Widowed young xomen, and old women who never again will see their sons! Millions of soldiers in the last bitter hours of mortal agony! Gnawed skulls in the slimy bot toms of many seas! The. Kaiser spares 'his own sons, yet upon his head is the blood of ten mil lion men. In Dante's picture of hell he has no equal. He is the brutal soul of savage beasts put into human shape, the madde.: ed dog that learned our common speech, the viper standing up right clothed as man. For vanity he set the world aflame. Too long the crown has crazed his festered brain. Why should we not hate? It is time for hate, and sacrifice born of brooding hate! Why wait till the wound ed come back? Why wait till the lists of the dead come in? Sometimes, sitting at my table in the night, suddenly I think I can hear the newsboys breaking the silence with their far away cries of "Extra! Extra!" Some- r thing tells me, "They've got him!" I listen again. The night is silen. The thing was born of the hope in my brain. But some time it will be true! Then through all the world will go up prayer o: thanks ! Ar through all eternity, the anguish that he wrought will terrify his outcast soul, as to and fro it wanders trembling through the P'"tscfhell! I, the son o a Ger man, who loved his native land but despised its government, write this. MAX EHRMANN, In the New York Sun. HoIts HIVE OUT jKE Three Gallant Hammond Brothers Who Are At the Front In France Committee Reports at Gary i Meeting on List for the i . 1 . Primaries. TOontin-u-d wii seven.) LIBERTY LOAN PRAYER MEETING ! Instead of the regular revival meet- f ins on Friday night there will be held j in the. Methodist church a' patriotic '.aver meeting, a-cordint to the re i :est of the commission on Liberty Loan. Th -meeting will begin at 7:30 ;. it:., and all in the eighth ward are i.rsil to 8tter.il. Also beginning at 10:30 p. m., there n :!! be held a union watch night ser- j v-. e in the auditorium of the church. ; The meeting: will he led by the I lev. .loi.n v-. rarrett of the Presbyterian T. irih. At midnight the church hell v-H! be runs. At the revival meeting "n-st night at the Methodist church there were three conversions. There wii! be prea'-hlng by the pastor acain, toniuht at ":3i. The theme will be, 'The Wastes of Sin." j SALOONS PUSS OUT VERY QUIETLY The hundred and forty saloon that Hammond boasted of supporting pa -"! out of existence shortly after eleven o'clock and a few cob lr-tU" ivf.iM th' ir v.a;s homeward, protesting ncainst the state-wide prohibition law that had gone into effect. Business was less than expected. I'y m.d-e veninp the salnonnien legnn buy ing two drinks to the ustom- r'-! ..m and free beer was Clsp.-iis. d rapidly. Champagne, that precious beverage. S'.b! as low as .ix bottles f..r tl'e dollar and whiskey went at a dollar a qunrt. Wines were as cheap as f.tty rfnts a quitrt. Today the saloons were lecked to pa trons while the proprietors prepare. 1 to remove their stock. Mort of them have given up hope and are pn-rmring to quit the business. They state, howeer. they hive not decided what business they mi titer. Some a.re considering leaving the t tty while others who claim they have lost money since the first of th y;tr will surrender their fixtures back to tho breweries who own them and seek employment. ! I. al;o iMiac.y'j (b-r.iocratic i r:mar ' '.:!.' t is as loilow: Joint nai.-r Lake, I'. r'.cr, JV.spor . Jaiid New ion -ou:.;ic? I--T. J- ?u.uv:iu. , WM'.ms Joint presen' a '. i . e .Lake and jv.rte- ' ' conn t i s Kx-M. -r W'.iiiam 1'. fpooii ; r of Valparaiso. U -present a: i v. s - 'li...urKe Ham mond; ','arl 1. Noiris, I'.ast ' -h i.-.i go ; ' John O. W.'IN and Thoinii-? II. t'ltun n. ' ;r ry. .1 .idges of superior court r-.e.tu one to 'be fil'ed today- l'r-d Harnett, Ham- ' ; men'l. for ro.on two: ra L. Wibb-r- ; ninth, liiiry, for room three. I r-ose,:utor William J. Murray. Lust I (Tiioago. i "ourity clerk- Chester J uiin, Gary. Treasurer William 1 1. '..U.-r, Ham- , ; i.ioi.d. ! .She riff rred rickland. Lowt !i. I "oroner rr. Alva Young. Hammond. r e or - V. J I.yotis Hair'nond. ; j A i'.i.r- 1 T. '.: KeiUnan. Ib.bart. C-uri'y c. on n: isiope r T. S. -oti. 1 : I'lii.-asn. for t'.r-t .1 .-'ri.t: sec. -nd ;. !. t to be d' .'id. ! t...isv. County c'.-irii ;! (a: la r?e ) .j..,-.p!j ' ' Schi'.lo. Loss; John poiman, ll-bart; i J.d.n Strodo-.a. l!a:i:inii.l: Josi-pli Mor- . lis. i bii y. 1 r.mty council M ike Ko7.nr.fk, V.'h::- in sr. first disirb: Pr. Tin!. ham. Crown , ; Point, second district; IM-.ard Yates.- third district. , i j Congressional. ' Grorge Tlershmann of Crown TV.nt. : lias announced himself as a enndida'e ; 'for congress from this district and it 1 is rf ortrd 1 Ix -' 'or.gressm ? n John It. i : Pi 'f rs.n " f 'r..wn Point; James m.-li; j t of alparaiso, itij a Lafayette ean."id:i'e vi ; 1 be in the r; .-e. j Calumet Township. ( ; !.ir..et township's ticket : Trus'e.---Thomas J. Stanton. ! .se--e. i William N". II. It 7. 1. 1 Just!--e. William IT. I'l :tgera '. 1. Jor dan J. Shields. I'.ichar-I Illwood -and Steve ' I'.lnr.f r. Constables- .1 xej.li ?. IVrrin and Henry I.. P.alb'i:. -ivisory board Alfred P.. Hoover. Walter I",ibi:inski and William H. li'I'Hi-; c 11. i IVmocra' ic r..;nmitl'.f nuti m.-t at F-r-f?.-r hall la night wh re they .!. cd d en this ticket, 'ount y Chairman P, t. F :i.' rty pierud.-d. r-'4 Ms w "fV''- ri 7" t' X I;..;. N- -A. j. , . .e.-u 4 " 1 . ' 'l i- t i e' 4 j: . , v' . . 'V . i a - 'i v '- f; x. ; M 4SV. -j him p ' ' i.' i BATTLE'S mm. Three Things Profoundly Bother Hincenburg and Ludendorff A lies Stand Firm. AUGUST STEINK AUR. MARTIN ETIINEAUIt. HZSEY ETEINHAUE. Hammond is inordinately proud of her 15(X) soldier boys at camp, cantonment, on the water and across the water in the service of Uncle Sam. At the home of Mrs. Peter Claussen is a service flag hanging in the window. It bears three stars on a white field for Mrs. Claussen's three sons, August, Mart'n and Henry Steinhaur. Each of the brothers is serving the U. S. in France and Hammond is proud of them all. Photos courtesy, Eoanoie (111.) Post. LIBERT! PARADE ' 01 SATURDAY 1 i. ai. 1 v. 1 1, mm -r.d's be'! ami t. patriotic p.-i.-.-ob- thr.e-icli the s:ii--s 10 Lib- tty Hall 0:1 .!..'.;. -at !-.n any. Saturday, will have :'...o,,i j ,.;:. 111 '..i.e of march if th- . a:b. r is favor- abb-. I . i:. 15. .one, pr-sid. of tb.e Am. r-i.-.'in allianco win' 'a is 10 .-barge e.f ar-, rangements for th.- rar.a b-, predicted to-j da y. "v.- . j Lery man. woman and child cf Hum-' nv.n.i. West Hammond and environs Is t iircc i to walk f-nd carry a fla;. Th" : flags are provided by the people in.il- id.ially wb.o are m1.i asked to disilayj fl'.gs from tii ir b":ii- throughout the l.ay. ; Veterans of the "iv:i v, a r and wives, ; and widows of obi s obio-rs will ride. Veif raps . f the Sp.ii.;-:-American war, : v s and w i-!..w of S pa ; 1 i 1 -A 1 :e ri . .. n ' a r vet. -rail", m. i::l..-rs ;' the Woman's b !i.f . ..rps. r,r,.l n ' of y. 1 may ride ;f Coy .are nt. ..!.' to w aik. I! !s preferred ticit tlov walk. However, in ao they re n ; albe (.. ir-ake the short ni.ii'i h. t!,i v arc- r'oiiest. d to ph-'iie Mr. 'i'.orn- lit No. i'2 cicl a '.- o -; . - y a 1 1 v. ill be sent 1 1 pe! them Saturday ro,.n. Ten Eancls Playing'. j There w ill be t' ti baiuls mi the pat. ado. j Mr. 15. ...no M rites t..da. At a pivn time; th" hand-1 will pl.iy in oonef ft "Tl.o Star' 1 . 1 , Latest 'Bulletins U. S. BOYS Brt.I.ETTN. j tt'-viTED Preps Cableopa:,; j (lly HLXP.Y wood.) i WITH THE FH25CH AKJttlES 13 THE FIELD, April 2 Pailure to reaci Paris aad Amiens through wing attacki ; apparently has caused the German eoflb. : macd to center Its efforts on the latter. ; city. hoping to encircle it fcy attacking , it along- tiie rivers. j The first of these sectors Is north ol ! the Ancre, another Is between the An I ere and Somme, the next is between th I Comme and the Luce, the fourth Is he , tween the Luce and Avre and the Cftl between the Arre and the Noye. t I':ti:i. PnteS i'ui:.-vi!!A'J 1 PAKIS, April 3. "On tho Somme Oise frrnt thero w.-.s increased mu tual artiilcrjinff," the Preach war of r.co reported today. "South of IJoreuil between Xlorcuil end MaiUy-Ba'-nevil (t-.vo miles and a half Eouthwest of 7-Ioreu-l) a German attack only grained a footing at one pciat in our advanced ' line. j "North of Hollet an enemy attempt j fell flown. On thi northern slope of : Plemont the Prcnch sncceeded in a fie- ' tail operation considerably enlarging1 their position and taking sixty prison- j crs. I 'Pre nch aviators on Sunday and Mon- day threw 24.C0O pounds of projectiles ; on railways and camps in the vicinity ! of Ham, Chauney, Noyon and Roje. A ; hi? f.re wr.s started in the Chaulnes sta tion. Eight machines were brought down." i COMPLAINT T I " V FT r.Ct! KM 1 ZURICn. April 3. American aviators are engraved in cigrnal work on tho Aus trian front, according to a flisnatcli re ceived hero today. Il'xrrra Pnrss r r :.r., n :.: 1 P.y J"i;KD s. rLLcrsoiN.) i WITH THi: AMLIUCAX. ARMY IN' KPANCL". April 3. .'uaorican columns! spattered with mud after a three 'bays1 r!;in m.-ike j,,, at;ir.I.aint ifi their mou-j m nt toward the big battle is speeded; up. Tr.iich.-s held by the Americans are flooded and dugout s are half tilled with water. All of this is endured witli smiles by the occupants whose comrades are bound for the (rr."t tight. j Throughout the 7.. U.ere is the1 greatest satisfaction at r. l'och's aiwj pointi. k n'.s a? g. n ralissimo :,nd the fact ! 1iat An., ri.-iiii troops will he br.gad' .r with tiie' .allies. The ti lt id-a 1-5 to get, into the fight -cjui.-k. 1 Vith the ram bb.ckmg oil-.er activi-1 ti"S the T"iil front was again liombird-l cd by the t.emy last nigh;. j (Th- ca r. ra m 1, l.e rl.'n r . w he 1 he r the .ut rian front referred t- ; ?!! nr.s '.he A ust rians i'l l 'ratice or in : I'.aTy.) Saved money won't crow unless you Invci it. liny W. S. S. I'viTcn Tr.ss Cablegram. (By WILLIAM PHILLIP SIMMS.) WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES IN FRANCE, April 2. Hinden berg and Ludenorff continue t hesitate. They have been shifting about for five days. This has been perhaps the quiet est day since the offensive began, The Germans must have been hi hard not to be able to patch their machines before now. BRITISH BLOW UP BRIDGES. The Lritish blew- up tho bridges y v.hb.h they retreated but Hinderburg ha ample time to repair them. Probabij the Germans aro ready for the secon'l phase of their offensive. Hut tvc tliinsrs a'-o worrying them. The lirst 1s the stunning- blow giver them by the third army at Arras. The second is tiie doubled battle front com bined with the lessened number t-I troops. They dislike pushing: on toward Amiens with Arras and Vimy threaten in: their north rlani; and the French niTiaeiriK' their southern flank. ENEMY'S rOECES ARE DEPLETED AVheroas the Germans had T'O divi sions in tho line and reserve for a JO- (Continued on pase five.) i i C. n' i!,ued on pat lb. . MOTHER PIIE SPEAKER ICE I LIBERTY PRAYER: o G,,,h our Ileaveiily Lather. w turn to Thee for p iidance. for strength, for r'.ursc. Help us. O I.M'd, to see the l ight, lie'p u,. O Lr,.rd. to love tiie risrlst root e tban we love ourselves. o T.,id. may our pa.nd latt. be ever t!,e cfc mp'on of jastice, e.'oality and t -1, b t f-oti sr.es. May no drop of oar boys' blood be s- lied in vain. May i- ery drop of American blood help to i . .b'-f m ttie w .rbl from oppression, tyr : -inv. war. slaughter ind k a is.-r isni. He":- i ' r.oid. not only to be triad f . r th bravery and heroism of our o.ii? wb- .;Y ,r their lives, bet li-in i:s to p-ut s 1 f i s"l:n.-ss aside and 2ive ''rely f.f '. ur siibrMrtnce until rib.t h;l! prevail. We pr.ay th?t the heart of every true .;ocri an may he opened t the call foi tl is Third Liberty Lofln to the sa crefl A'iso (vf human libertv. Help us till to see our duty and do it. Help, K'.iide and inspire us. to do our part as others are doing; theirs, to the end that jM-ead may be hastened to our soldier sops, weapons to our defenders, en couragement to our lenders and con sternation ta tttose responsible for the world's n stony. Help us to stive, not only our loved (lies, but our dollars until srivinsr is no longer needed. Bless that which we Cv. that It may brinsr jjstice and ri srh t eou sness and peace, to all peoples e very w here and for all time. , .A MEN. HOW MUCH LIQUOR YOU MAY HAVE IN HOME w 1TIIIN" ten days after April 2 it will bo unlawful f..r nny person to have in his possf s- sion more than en- tal.'m or m toxientinsf liquor, other than bcr. or twelve quarts of beer. Posses sion of alcohol for ch'mica1. or manufacturing purposts is except ed. Tliis supply can not be replenish ed after Ai'ri! 1C. The possession of wme for do mestic use is not illegal. The poss. spioti of more than one srallon of b-ruor and twelve rjiiarts r.f . . r shall be prima facie that it ;s heir.:,- held f-r purpose of b.-ins sold and the person so holding it i-; liiihle to the full penalties of the law. Liquor cannot be possessed or stored in nny lode or club house to be distributed anions members. A dub or lodsre so hob.iir.sr liquor is subject to raids and seizure of the liquor. No liquor can be served in a hotel or cafe with meals. No srroup of persons can legrally procure or sell lieiuor. A lodee or club violating the law can be prosecuted. No liquor can be'kept in any bus iness room other than a elrusr store. A person may not store liquor in his private dwelling: for his own use except strain alcohol obtained on a physician's p. rseription. or wine for sacramental use. In-. Henry ca Culbertson, for eleven fu rt president of Lmporia Cll.-sre. j Kansas, is one of tiie diet i n s, i shed spe.-.k- ers of il'-dicatioii week at Lib. rty Hall,: Hatnt-iond. : It. Cu!bTt:ai will address the rhil- i drt-n of the public and price! ial schools' at the 1 1 1 1 at i p. m. Monday and in , the even.nv of that dav- s'..-;ik to a'liibs. : The i tof. ssor b ft I-bnpori.i c. Ib-pe to beco;c:e ;. s:.. i a " 1 vvilh the food admin-', isiration -.t ashii.Kton. He is now tour- ; in the states as speaker for the ..- ; mi'.te.. on j.eblic inforriintion, having! e ..mi l. ted a speaking tour for the f..,.od ' administration. hile in London 1 'r. Culbertson wit-! r.ess.'d nn n,r rnj, The rummer of 1914 I he wai in Germany and KtiK'an.l and is. ia'ainl'lv atapaa mted with con'u'ions. m all t lie war rlns; countries, having l ra - ! ebal xlfiiiV'l:.'. Ho will till of do j Led Cross camps where our boys are' beins cared for and about the Vcr.lun! drie. Miss Ldna IVrber. creator of the fa mous .Mrs. M . ( "i'-sai. y stories which were put into a c?ri :-. for I'.'b' ' I'.arry trorc Ic-t S--0-0-, ;!ic f.-.a : c r.' .1 apeak-' er of woman's day at the tempi-- Tucs- , -la". ' j The program of American Allianoe tiiht. Thursday, follows: 1 The Star Spanclci Pautier Iy the Audience (With Orchestra Accompaniment) j 2 Speech i Hon. Hps Inman. Indianapolis. Ind. 3 Solo, "Mv ivv n l"ni;ed States" Mrs. VnuR-h Pell I t lo ading:, "In l-'binders Fields" j Mrs. William S. Welch 5 Speech Serseant Van of tho l!elg;i.ln Army 6 Medley, p.atriotie- irs American Federation of Musicians ( Music 1 tonated I 7 Speech Sertreant McKay of the Canadian A mi y 8 America l.ty Audience :U. S. THODPS BRIGADED 0 MJpilSj 1 i . IPxiTI-ti I TI:-: --.'l! M ; BY JCr3. SHAPLIN. i PETEOGEAD, April 3. Trade be- ' tween Ukraln and Qemiary Is In full blast. Great stores of bread are being1 transporteel from EietT to Berlin by rail way under supervision of tho German commission. Wisconsin's New Senator "The tes' fif success is the ability to save." .T. '. Hill. W. S. S. will beget that ability TH K VATIOX HEAT THAT S 4VES, BT WILLIAM PHILLIP SIM3JS. I Cnitrk I'iu:ss Cvm.K'-.ham J WITH TIIH I'-LITISH A KM IKS IN" FK.N 'F.. April ::.- News that American troops wnl be loaadcd vviti the Prit-i.-'h for imm.-dia e ph! inir cr. at.d in- tflise interest IHfl. lilt tllo officers lt:re who nr.- immensely ph ased. There wts as mui h en'huMasm ,a ove-r a biK e-n-emy '.. f -.ab for lhat ia exactly the way ;he . ons; ! r lb. ev. tit. Tie action of Ihe American p.v.-rn-mnt r.ssnres tiie k- i-iroj of the French and I'.ntish diviion im'il C-n. J'.-isii-itiK's forces become self-sustainiriK". Kvervbody beij- v- s G-ti Ludcndorff's taunt, " A t.. ric.a ns do Ix.t nn;ii! because they can n.-itlo-r swim nor fly", will be rammed .'.own his throat. Am. ricai.s lo i-e convinced that the n-xt f. w months wiM btinir a decision. Kv'ry man bi:"i.s I hat every minute count.-,. Th-- Amet,.-iu soidnrs are s.ay ins: "They call us a race of hlmTiiiK Parnums. Tb. y sa v vv j, re pr."-niirii ns i'.nd cannot flsrht. Now is the time to f,o the line anl wipe th - bo.kimr Jeers off th ir faces with the hint end of our ip.ins." Anion? the tteries of palian; s'.nn.ls of various divisions is that of the ."ilst. Astride the import nnt I PpHunio-i 'um bra i road this division fniiKht the enemy to a. standstill act inst frreat odds, thril ling even tiie (' riiuins. Memb rs of tli'- division sent up the follovvintr paper balloon message: "The srood old T.lst is sticking it out. Still cheer..." GETTING NEW CALL READY (Bv 1 NiTF.ii Pif:s1 WASHINC,T"N. April S.-i mc of the largest single draft m. b 1 1 izat ion ctills of the war is b.-irur prepared at the office of the Provost Marshal General, it was learned today. This follow-in? closely the one for Ibi.o.tn men now in progress, emphasizes that the move ment of American troe.ps from the training camps to France is slmwincr remarkable increase (itber call are expected soon for it was stated that all the camps mi the eountry are not now filipd to -aoe!t v. MEETER GETS ! COUNTRY DISTRICT Herman Meeter to Head Liberty Loan iruThree Towns. rSri'.-Mt. To The Times T HTGII LA X 1 '. IN P.. April 3. H.-rn.an M ei.-r of ibis place bast nicht accer-t-d a posMbti "f r.-st.-.n-ibility. -he chairmanship of the Liberty loan sub scription oomniitleo for the towns of Highland. Munstor and Schererville ns w.ll as the interveninsr and surround ing territory. Mr. Mooter's appedntmont was made by Vice Chairman II. M. John son '.f the Lake county executive com mittee. Mr.' Mooter's appointment fives ;!. r.al sn ' isf cl i. ui to the three com munities. He is a man of wide sic-I eimi hi'anoo and a hustler. He has i promised a botis.--to-h.iuse canvass of tic territory and this im-ludos every house, in it. None will be sllfrliied. T.TISTJTPT3P STOOD. BUT HTS HFVP.T WAS 0. K. M1NNKAPOLIS-. .'-'ril n.--Chief Little P.enr of the Standincr Pofk Indian res-e-rvn'ien. n'-ir M-.-Int..h. S. P.. hoard 1". K. Stewart. Liberty Loan sales man nsrr, make a pn? iotic talk at Me-Int.-sh last ninlit. Later the cliief ap pro.a. hi d Cue speaker: "Who we f'mht?" he demanded. "The Honiatis." Stuart said, ".nd it's up to you to help win." The Lie f shook Lbs head. "'roe. bd." lie said. "Three Germans on reset vation Sunday. I could have jc:;e .1 all of them easily. I So out and pic!: up trail now." , fV:'i'KfH J-.t--' v..-... -V-i r f7ii. i " - r -! -- - .... ,v.- . ..v f -'. : - : - -v . V'-s ir: : 5 -5 e. v v i X, i w 'j V J a i : J ft; 1 i x .xy.-c-e-s :"-" V X J ' lV ' rl! if s rry NOTIGK. j If the o. A. P. members, their wiir . I s Idlers' widows and the members of; the Ladies' Relief Corps who are unable, to walk in the Liberty parade on Sat-. u relay the 6 th of April. 1 9 1 S, will phone: umber 672 and have thedr names and; a. 'dresses, machines w ill be ' yrovideel j f l r their cotivev am e. 4:" 4: nn'T THitiiw c,z r F(iot) f run ', A..I.KVS. HI T SWK IT FOR Ol R AI.. .-. i Irvine tl "triroot. M I LWA L'KF.K, WIS.. April C Amer-, lcanism is triumphant in Wisconsin to-j day, and the Hadger state again takes j its place in the ranks of the common wealths that are above suspicion. hav- ins Rone threiuirh hii acid tes Tiie re sult in Milwaukee, however, is less en couracim? and there are other spots where the patriotism of tiie population! appears to be at a low rbb. By a vote of more than three to one the voters of Wisconsin have declared for Americanism, for loyalty, for the prosecution of the war and the support of President Wilson. Congressman Irvine L. Lerroot, re publican, appears to have been elected Uniteii States senator to succeed the late Taul Husting by a plurality of about 20.000. Joseph K. Pavies. the democratic nominee for whom President "Wilson appealed, thereby making it a partisan race, made a splendid showing, and up to midnight was neck and neck with Lenroot. Victor Kerger. the socialist, who ran on a platform that demanded the im mediate return of the army from France, was a poor third. Lenroot and Iir.- irs were; both conceded to bo loyal: m cnri" didates nd their combined vote v.bil ex ceed that of Berber by about. I'-'u: H one.