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THE TIMES NEWSPAPERS BY THE LAKE COUNTY PRINTING & PUBLISHING COMPANY. The Lake County Time Daily except Saturday and Sunday. Entered at the potoifl: !n Hammond, .iune S, J SO. The Times East Chicago-Indiana Harbor, daily e:e Suniay. Entered at the postoff.ee in East Chicago. Jov ember IS. mi, The Lake County Ttmea Satu rday and Weekly Edit.on. Entered at the postofflce In Hammond. February . The Gary Evening Times Dally fcpt t-uima. en tered at the poatofflce in Onrr, April lii. HHJ. , All under the act of .March 3. 1ST9. as second-cian matter. . FOHEIGX ADVEHTISIXG OFFICE. 12 Rector Building : ..Chicago Tl'IEPIIOMiS. Hammond ("private exchange) 'Call for whatever department Gary Office Nassau & Thompson. East Chicago F. L. Evan. Kint Chicago East Chicago. The Times Indiana Harbor (.News Dealer) Ir. liana lUibor (Kepovter and Clas. Adv. Whiting Crr.vn Point ..3100. 3101. 3ioa wsn'rd.) ... ..Telephone 137 '. . .Telephone 3l .T.'lplw S4C-H Tlephon 23 '. . .Tt ieph -ne ) . .'l"r!?r!l'';;'' -i'' '. .Tlepti one 5.0-M .... lV'..-viin- 1 2 pursue this course It means millions and millions or dol lars loaned the government, tremendous quantities of materials left for uses of the nation in this war, millions of hours of labor free to do war work, and a vast amount of freight space free for national u?es. These sacrifices are easy to make; are small and trivial compared to the sacrifices that our soldiers ifui sailors make daily while they offer constantly their lives for iheir country, the greatest sacrifice nf all. Political A nnouncements Larger Paid-Up Circulation Than Any Two Other Papers in the Calumet Region. If yon have any trouble setting" The Time make com plaint immediately to the ciicuiaiK-n department. Too Times will not be ro.ponib. .for the ' "l"r ny unsolicited articles or letters and w ' ' ' "'"i mous comnr.inicati.ms. Short signed letteia of general interest printed at discretion. NOTICE TO SI BSC 111 I! EH. If you fa.l t. receive your ,vpy -f Tkb Tjmm as PM-Bptlv as vo-J have in the. past, please do not thin.v !t has been lost or was not s, nt. on time. Remember that the railroads sre ensrpgM with the tirnt movement of troops and their supplies: th!t there Is unusual ri-e-sure in uno-i., parts of the country for food and lue'.: that the railroads have more business than they can hand.e promptly. For that reason many trains are late. The Times has increased its mailing equipment and :s cooperating- In every way with the pootofiloe department to expedite delivery. Even so. delays are inevitable be cause of the enormous demands upon the railroads and the withdrawal of men from many lines of work. lg ANOTHER BUMP FOR THE POST. The prophesied acquittal of Kay Seeley. Lake coun ty's road engineer, on the charge brought by the brew-erv-owned Gary Post and the democratic state account examiners took place at Crown Point yesterday. The Jury was out but a few minutes no longer than was tech nically necessary. The jury could not find where Mr. ?eelev was guilty of scamping in his road building or had done anything out of in way whatever in the con duct of his office. The reult of the trial is a source of intense gratifi cation to Mr. Seeley's friends. The county surveyor is about as faithful, honest and hard .working a young man as there is in the district. These pestiferous state ex aminers nosing around here and there thought they could show thev were earning their 5 10 a day if they could put Mr. Seeley on the grill, and with the assist ance of the Centlivre Post, brought about this persecu tion of the county engineer. The Post tried the same tactics against former Mayor Johnson of Gary, against Count v Treasurer Brown. Commissioner George Schaaf. Commissioner Black, and with results only too well known to the public. If the democrats ever want to get k..o power it is hich time they adopt some other tactics than those used by the Cenrlivre-owned organ camou flaging under the name of the Gary Post. "THE GERMAN IS A EARBARI AN." John DeVilie is a priest of Gary. When the great Tar broke out he went to Belgium and by his skill in language?, his diplomacy and his sheer ability to per suade German military authorities into his way of think ing, he was able to bring out of the ravaged country hundreds of Belgian children. These tots were brought to America, placed in good homes, and John De Ville continues to look after them as well as to lecture for the Belgian milk fund, he being Cardinal Mereier's rep resentative In this country. Persuading the German governor-general to give him permission to visit all parts of Belgium. Father De Ville had ample opportunity to study not only the Prus sian system and its mind, hut its effects as we'd. So he has come to this conclusion. "The German is a barbarian with modern weap ons, but his soul is still that of the ravager of me diaeval civilization. Hence he must be fought with every weapon that the ciilied world possesses, for the enemy does not belone to the civilized world: he merely would destroy it. America must utilize every printing press, every factory, every indus trial plant, every efficient organization which has ' the smallest possibility of contributing to the cause of saving the world for the world's best." The warning of this man of God, who has been in actual contact with the misery wrought by the Huns, is enough to make us do our best for this Liberty loan. Bear in mind the priest's truthful words, "The German in a barbarian with modern weapons." THE DOUBLE EFFECT OF ECONOMY. When an American citizen, instead of spending $100 for something he wants, denies himself and lends the money to the government he performs a. double service. First, he furnishes the government with ?H'0 to use in the prosecution of the war. Second, he has relieved to the extent of $100 the drain on our "goods and services"; that is, materials and labor. To make the article or articles he would have bought, or to manufacture others to take their place in the market, would require materials and lf.fior. In addition, to get the article to him labor and freight space would be required. By doing without the article, he has left free a certain amount of material to be used for war purposes, a certain amount of labor to be used In the same way, and he has also relieved to a certain extent the transportation facilities of the country. This may not be much in the individual case, hut when hundreds of thousands and millions of Americans A GREAT LABOR PARTY COMING? In England where the Inbor party is prominently identified with the conduct of the government and not a hit backward In its say, skilled interpreters of public opinion tell us that no one need be surprised if the next cabinet is a labor cabinet. Several of the cabinet mem bers In power novy are Laborlfes. Some of the prominent men in this country have discussed the future of labor in America. Notably Mr. Schwab. In Columbus Rev. Irving Maurer, rector of the First Congregational church in the Ohio city, whose ser mon. show a study of current hiftory, the minister pre dicted organized labor iu the future will be more con structive and less selfish. He predicted a great labor party independent of present dominant parties, which will be active in ten years. The time element Is uncertain. Considering the way the world Is moving Rev. Maurer places the rise of the labor party too far into the future. In Europe, where men have mingled in the common brotherhood of the trenches, labor in all the allied countries has risen to a high political status, as was shown by the war de clarations of the inter-allied labor conference. When we are further info this war we may expect a new trend, ind then when the war is over and men come back from the trenches, demanding a new and a square deal, it la nuke likely that there will arise a dominant labor party in this country. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. i primary Requests for announcement must be j accompanied by publication lee la coa-, formlty with the law. ! Republican Ticket. TOR COTJNTT TREASURER. EDITOR TIMES: please nuunc through your paper to the voters that Ralph R. Bradford. for ten years deputy treasurer or lk j County, asks to be promoted to trea-jrojl TJluaTS.B urer. jne uate oi ,,.,',! Editor TIMES: primaries is May 7. 1918 " RHase announce, to means little to you. It means lots to , T.,.v, . - blitz I. m M aw mm mm mm 'sm m .MftJ V T BPl " i .f vfi r vivji . . . on May 7. 1918. fYfrJit Z S NrirAA X rom tfatrsTEE calumet township Editor TIMES: Please announce to tho voters of Calumet Township, that I will be a candidate for the nomination for Town ship Truitee, eiibject to the decision of I the Republican primary. -B- W. J. WILLIAMS. I70STK TOWNSHIP. of 'lrad'.' TIME TO DISBAND. Voluntary dissolution is the easiest way out for the German American Aldance. It can well be dispensed with, and in the circumstances it should need no prompt ing to disband. Xo sudden outward reform of manners or methods could be made convincing enough to recon cile public opinion to the continuance of an organiza tion that has been persistently un-American in spirit and purpose. Xo refuge under suspicion as a center of Ger man propaganda in any form can be tolerated. The active managers of the German-American Alli ance at one time made high-sounding professions of a desire to inculcate the American people with German culture. German morals and German ideals. The prin cipal effect of their efforts was to keep the members of the alliance alien in heart and mind. For three years, whenever tho interests of the nation were r.t stake, the alliance was the hotbed of intrigue. It took little trouble to conceal its hostility to the government of the United States. The kaiser's agents knew where to apply when they wanted assihtance. The spokesmen of the alliance within the last year have acquired a new sense of discre tion, but they cannot hope to change their spots in more cautious use of words alone. When the German-American alliance disbands it will leave behind it a record that millions of loyal Amer icans will not soon forget. Now York World. Editor TIMES: Tou are authorized to announce to the . 3 , Republican voters of Eahe County that j I am a candidate for nomiw"u . County Treivaurer of I.nkc. County on the Republican ticket, subject- to the; decision of the primaries on Aly respectfully osk thfir support In my candidacy. a-7- THOMAS F. ROBERTS. the voters 1 will be a candidal- for the nomination for Town ship Trustee, subj-ct to the decision of wie. itepumicau primary. WM. E. VATER. AVE regret to say that there IS new evidence to the effect that THE neighbor's cat is not LEADING the kind of life that phouM be mi everlasting example to editors AND other mornl people. NEW YORK beauty who sued for $5, 00f for Injury to one of her ankles 8TOOP up and showed the jury the bum ankle and then Editor TIMES: v-irMiv snnnnore mi' name J a candi date for the office Editor TIMES: j Pleas announce my r.ame as a candi-l j date on tho Republican tickets for town-j ' ship trustee for Calumet township, sub-i , ject to the primary Hay 7. 1018. vhen answering. I 3-11-1 THOMAS MATTHEWS. j j IF some men were as bandy at I ing- tin oriental rug theee days SHE pot $1,000 WHAT would she have (cot had she - SHOWED the good one? PUT enough postage n your Utters Editor TIMES: Kindly announce my name as a catidl- of County Treasurer j date, on Uo Republican ticket for tow-n- nn fh Kuntlblir-an ticket. Subject lO will of the voters at th primaries to , to the priamry May be held In May 7. EH. S-19- LOC1S G. EDER. the tship trustee for North township, subject 1918. C L. (JACK) FOWLER, Ex-AKlcrrnan 1st Ward, Hammond. AS they are at shaking dice THET would make the world safer for the women. t hak- a lot JTTDa StrPESIOS COT7KT NO X. 1 Editc-TJMES: I riease announce to the voters of Lake j County that I will be a candidate for j the Repubii tin nomination of Judge of, the Luke Superior Court. Room 1. to uc- j ceed myself, subject to tho vote at the. Primaries t be held May 7th. 1918. and j I earnestly ask the Fupport of all. j 3.4- VIRGIL S. REITER. FOX COXONEX. Editor TIMES: I will be a candidate fcr tho republi can nominal kfi for coroner of Lake county, subject to the decision of the primaries on May 7. 3-8- DR. E. E. EVANS. to th JUDGE ST7FERXOX COUXT KO. 2. Editor TIMES: Pleas') announce to the voters of Lake r-.-M.nfv that I n-ill be a candidate for 3-15- the Republican nomination for Judge of .U.. I o -a S1m1.rl.lr fVltirt. ROOM No. 2. .ihteet to the decision of the Primaries. ! Editor May Tth. 191S. I earnestly solicit the j surport of all. ; John p. ::exnedt. j Editor TIMES: j Kir.d'y announce through your publl- cation that I Ti!l be a candidate for the office of Coroner for Lake County at the primary to be held My 7, 191?, subject will of the republican voters. RY the Tv-ay will arnbody kindly In form us wl.at has BECOME of Bryan's Commoner ar.1 George Vlerck's Weakly. IN re our paper pants screeds ONE of our very best friends informs us that HE fears our editorial paije will RE hardly strong enough when he has TO have his wife make pan's (for him) out cf DR. A. GIORGI. Gary. Ind. THIS paper WELL, mebbe io. iiiebbe! TOL" can't blame even a happily MARRIED woman for feeling, when she PASSES some dashing young widow IN hej; e-ictrtc. THAT tho Insurance money is a grvnt thing after all. ONE of our distinguished contempo raries BELIEVES that aeroplanes coming in ESE after the war WILL have ecru silk curtains caujiu back In graceful loops AND a In them. cut glass rase full of flowers SOME of these Washington war dis putes between officials MIGHT be blamed on old Doc Gar field and save a lot of heart burnings THE doc wouldn't car a bit AT least he never did. WE notice by the advertising THAT the wlff la net olc to be bothered ANT more by finding BITS of Bull Durham all th floor AND we shall have ta learn to LIKE some other kind. CONFIDENTIALLY we are getting so war-economical at our b as tile that any day we expect to be asked on ent ering It TO seat. remove our rants to sara the 3-5- East Chicago, Ind. TIMES: I Will you please announce to the re-' ruhlican voters of Lak county that I will be a candidate for nomination to ( the office of coroner at the republican ! primaries May 7 and that I respectfully rieasc announce to the voters of Lake j soiiCit tllQ upport of the rcpubijtan County that I will t a cnndidate for voters? the Republican nomination of Jud j 11-2 3- DR. F. W. SAUER. the Lake Superior Court. Room No. 2. to succeed myself, subect to the primaries j Editor TIMES; of May 7. 1?18. j liease announce to the voters of Lake i j-3- WALii-u i. i"i.wi. ; ounty thnt I am a candidate for Coro- j net- on the Republican ticket, subject to Editor TIMES: i the decision of the voters to be cxpress- lieaso say to the voters of Lake,ecj at primaries. May 7. 1&18. County, that I am a candidate for the , WILLIAM II. Republican nomination for .ludgo of the, County that I will be a candidate for renomination for the office cf County Commissioner for f.rst district, subject ! to the decision of the republican pri maries. May 7. S-18- GEORGE O. SCHAAF. MIKESC1I. M. D. WHAT, INDEED? That they do extraordinary things in Kansas, nobodpr who knows the state and has followed its achievements even in a casual way. need be told- Still, few will be prepared for this from the Lawrence (Kami Journal World: "While eating Blanche Malcom eang, 'Oh, Dry Those Tears.' 'One Fleetina: Hour' and the old, though favorite 'Perfect Day.' She was accompanied by Claire Noland as tenor and Greta Noland on the piano." One Is left to wonder what Miss Malcom might have done before or after eating, asks an exchange. WILL K. WADE, chairman of the state loan organi zation, finally deigns to compliment East Chicago on Its good work. Tardy Wade! Recently he appointed a Lib erty loan committee from all over the state and failed to put a Lake county man on the committee, ignoring it entirely. Gee, but those IndianaDolis euvs are ieaimu i c.r.nrior Court. Room No. nun ject to the vote of the primary election. May 7. 1918. I earnestly ask investiga tion. :vnd if found worthy, the support of all. 3.13. DAN,IEL J. MOP..V.N. yOB JT7DGE, XOOU 3. Editor TIMES: j Pk-ase announce to the voters of Lake Lditor TIMES: j FOE COUNTY ASSESSOR. ; Editor TIMES: i Please announce my name as 8 candt j r3s te for the office of County Assessor i on the Republican ticket, subject to the j will of the voters at the primaries to ! be held in May 7, 131S. I 2-7- WM. BLACK. TOR SBEBJ7F. Editor TIMES: AVill you please announce that I am a candidate for rcnomination on the re publican ticket for Sheriff of Lake County, subject to the decision of the primaries to tc held May 7, and I re spectfully eolicit the support of all re publicans? 3-19- LEW BARNES. Editor TIMES: Tou will please announce In Tna Times that I will be a candidate for sheriff on the republican ticket at the primaries to be held on the 7th of May. II. C. GREEN. Lake County's Roll of Honor County that I will be a candidate for lueasej announce my name as a candl renominatlon for the office of Judge. 'date for the office of County Assessor Room 3. Lake Superior Court, at Gary. I on the Republican ticket, subject to the subject to the decision of tho republican will of the voters at the primaries to primaries, Msy 7. CHARLES E. GREEN WALD. BUT A LIBERTY BOND. Editor TIMES: Please announce that I have -withdrawn as a candidate for the republican nomination of the superior court. 4.4. V1I.LIAM M. DUNN. be held in aiay 7. 19Jg. HERMAN MEETER, rOB TXTJSTEE NOXTE TOW2TSHIP. Editor TIMES: Kindly announce to the voters of North Township, that I will be a candi date for the nomination for Township Trustee, subject to the decision of the Republican primary. S-19- J. M. WILCOCXSON. COMMISSIONER riXST DISTRICT. Editor TIMES: Tou may announce that I will be a candidate for County Commissioner for the First District on the republican ticket at the aiay primary. 3-8- H. IL DILS. TOR TOR STATE SENATOR. Editor TIMES: j Waiter TIMES: Please announce my name as a csndl- Announce to the voters of Lake. date for tnc cuice oi. .-.r u,rt ja!6pCP nnd New ton Counties J.I1- ; i . i a mini, o" - - to tho will of the voters at ths primaries to be hold in May 7. 1918. 3.4. JOHN M'FADDEN. t of the second county in the state soon to he the irt of Calumet Township. Lake Count y I diana. on the El-publican ticket, sub ALL who are in favor of the following suggestion will please stand up: "We must quit talking vague gen eralities about our unlimited resources in men and raw materials and get down to undoctored statistics of sol diers, sailors and the completed engines of war." New York Sun. IF you sot time, just recall that this time twenty years ago we were all thrilled with wondering whether the Spanish fleet would bombard Boston or go on and reduce New York to ashes. Editor TIMES: Please announce my name as a candi date for the office of North Township i Assessor of Lake County. Indiana, on j the Republican ticket, subject to- thej will of the voters at the primaries to be held in May 7, 191?. S-3- ' JAMES CLEMENTS. Tor-that I will be a candidate for rcnomination for the position of State Senator from this joint district, my candidacy being subject to $he decision of the republi can primaries. 3-3 D. M. KINDER. TOR TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR. ! Editor TIMES: TOR FROSECT7TI1TG ATTORNEY. Editor TIMES: Make announcement to the voters of ! Lake county that I will be a candidate 1 for renomination for the office of prose- outing attorney, subject to the repubiir . can primaries. ! 3-11- CLTDE HUNTER. TOR REPRESENTATIVE. Editor TIMES: Please announce to the voters of Lake County that I will be a candidate for nomination for one of the four Repre sentativca to the legislature, from Lake County on tne Republican ticket, subject to the primary of May 7. 1918, and ask support of all favoring good and pro gressive legislation. Z-22- CHARLES G. KINGWILL. Editor TIME3: Please announce to the voters of Lake County that I will be a candidate for the nomination for .representative to the legislature from Lake County o:a the republican ticket, subject to the prima ries of May 7th, 191S. 3-23- OTTO G. FI FIELD. 1 ; Kindly announce that I will be s can- WIIILE Gary continues to become more famed each 1 tHda,e f"r re-nomination for tho office of Inii-titliin occoafB ni" T , T A ftr I n T OTA" Tl S 11 1 D for her progress and her steel mills, yet her most ,,, Mr,i,iie.'n H.-kt at the nrlmarles on Mav the 7th. 101 S. S-21 IJERT. E. ESCHER. distinguished citizen continues to be her schoolmaster, Wirt. SPEAKING of Kansas' boast she has L'U counties that have no poothouses the New York world wonders how there can be any paupers among people who exact $2.20 for their wheat. THIS hour daylight saving stuff is all right, but the new baby at our house continues to demand her feed ings by the old way of reckoning time. Editor TIMES: Because of the many requests from many parts of the county I have decided to announce my candidacy for prosecut ing attorney, subject to the decision of the republican primaries. 3-16-1 JAMES A. PATTERSON. TOR TOWNSHIP CONSTAB1K. Editor TIMES: Please announce my name as a candi date for the office of Constable of North i Township of Lake County. Indiana, on ! the Republican ticket, subject to the will j of the voters at the primaries to be held ! cn May 7th, 1918. 3-1'S ilAKARY J. KRAJEW5K.L TOR JUSTICE Editor TIMES: Or THE PEACE. ! TOR COUNTY Please announce my name as a candl- j Editor TIMES: date for Justice of the Peace for and in Calumet Township. Lake County. In diana, on the Republican ticket. Subject to the primaries held May 7, 1918. 3.5- HENRY WELLNER. SURVEYOR. THEY say Gen. Foch's name is pronounced as though the last part had "ush ' in it as in "hush." Any how, it may mean hush to the kaieer. JUST wait, boys. When this war is over and there are plenty of fireworks again you can celebrate on April 6 as well as July 4. GEORGE Creel seems to be suffering from fa"tty de generation of the head. Editor TIMES: Kindly announce that I will be a can didate for re-nomination for Justice or the Peace on the Republican ticket at the primarias on May trie 7th. 1818. JOSEPH H. COTHERY. Justice of the Peace. 3-U- 602 Broadway. CENTER TWP. JUSTICE OT PEACE, Editor TIMES: Please announce that I will be a can didate for renomination for Justice of the Peace of Center township, to sue- I c-ed myself, on the Republican ticket, subject to the will of the vours at the Will you please announce to the re-! publicans of Lake County that I will be a candidate for renomination for the! office of County Surveyor, which I now t bold, before the republican primaries on May 77 3-12 RAT SEELET. Edior Tixirs: Please announce to the voters of North township. Lake county, that I will be a candidate for the nomination for the office of constable on the Republican t icl At a t at the primaries to be held on Tth, 1318. JOHN PORA, Democratic Ticket. CLERK LAKE CIRCUIT COURT. Editor TIMES: Kindly announce t5 the voters of Lake County that I will be a candidate on the Jt 'UUllVBIl .ivi.vv .. .'nil no succeed niyseii, 10 mo oiuce 01 :ierK Lake Superior Court, subject to the de cision of the Primaries to be held May Tth. 1918. 3. IS HERBERT L. WHEATON. Editor TIMES: Please announce my r.ame as a candl- i date for the office of Constablo of North Township of Lake County, Indiana, on thf Democratic ticket, subject to the w ill of the voters at the primaries to be held on May 7, 1918. 3-1S- JOHN M EIELSKI. TOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Editor TIMES: riease announce to the voters of Lake :hoot TOUR Dollars At an Enemy! Buy Bonds. XaOk County's dead la taa wai witn Germany and Austrla-Htuu g-aryi ROBERT MARKLET, Ham mond; drowned off coast of New Jersey. May 28. DENNIS HANNON. Indiana Harbor; ptomaine poison, at Fort Oglethrope, Chattanooga, Teotu June 11. FRANK M'ANLET. Indiana Harbor; killed In Franca at Bat tle of Lille. Aug. 16. ARTHUR BASELER. Ham mond: died at Lion Springs. Tex., of spinal meningitis, August 21. JOHN SAMBROOKS. East Chi cago; killed In France. Sept. IS. ARTHUR ROBERTSON, Gary: killed in France. Oct. 31. LIEUT. JAMES VAN ATT A, Gary; killed at Vimy Ridge. JAMES MAC KINZIE. Gary; killed at Vimy Ridge. DOLPH BIEDZTKL East Chi cago; killed in France. Nov. 27. E. BURTON HUNDLEY. Gary; killed In aviation accident a Taliaferro fields. Everman. Tex, Dec 1. 1917. HARRY CUTHBERT LONG, Indiana Harbor killed In acci dent at Ft. Blisa. Texas. Dec 10. DERWOOD DICKENSON. Low ell; died somewhere In France, ot pneumonia. Dee, 12. EDWARD C KOSTBADB. He bar t; killed by explosion la France, Dec 22. THOMAS V. RATCLIFFB. Gary; killed sorre where In Franca, Feb. 24. - FRED SCHMIDT. Crown Potwri died of pneumonia In Brooklyn, March. 7. after being on a torpado ed steamer. CORPORAL EDWARD Xi. STJI LI VAN. Garyj killed lomawhm In France. XCarch 8. MICHAEL STEPICH, Whttlnn Camp Taylor; pneumonia. March 14. ROBERT A8FIN. Gary; Co. F, 151st Infantry; Camp Shelby; ty phoid; March 17. CLIFFORD E. PETTY. anUstad at Hammond. Jan. 8. In V. 8. cav alry. Died at Delrlo. Tex., April 3. WOUNDED. ROBERT XT. BEATTT, Ham mond. Trench mortar. France. Feb. 2S. R. A. SPARKS. Highland. Trench mortar. Franca. Feb. 27. 2 4U MEMORIANT Wnr nnndit or, Or. Indemnities W ben It Is Too l.ate! Liberty "Mon" Feed the Gun That Stuns the Muni Victorious Boy bonds. Germany will take all. PETEY DINK Tho Hens Will Be Afraid of the Horse By C. A. VOIGHT, , . , ,. 1 mi " ' J hi ! 1 1 " 11 ' &sikssss n r-'. . ,,ctu a x mmM&&z&?j o..w.