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STATE OF HUB EXISTS BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND GERMANY Oougrrss will reassemble In special acsslou Monday at the call of Presi dent WHson, who will lay 'before them tho serious crisis In which U1I3 coun try now flnds Itself. The events of the Inst few weeks have changed the tlews of many senators, and congress Is expected to approve of the presi dent's plans to push preparation for Dcttrc hostilities. Tho sinking of four American Bteamersfoy German submarines wna announced early 'this week. This was considered nt Washington as tho "last straw." High officials at tho State.Departmont admitted unoffi cially that a state of war now virtual ly exists between the United States and Germany. As fast as possible', American mer chant vessels are being armed with heavy guns and supplied with trained gunners. They will then be authoriz ed by the United States to defend themselves against submarines and to take It for granted that any German submarine approaching them Intends to attack them, slnco the German gov ernment has so declared. Tho Amer ican navy intends to keep the scalancs open for American ships and clear German submarines, from their path. Signs are multiplying that Germany Is growing weary and weak. It is thought that the Imperial government may suddenly collapse, like that of Russia, before an lrrisistlble demand from the German people themselves, for tho abdication of the Emperor, as the demand camo In Russia for the abdication of Nicholas II and the es tablishment of a republic MISS PREPAREDNESS' IN HER 1917 COSTUME ..--" & A quart of soup ordinarily will serve four or Ave people. Small sausages served with roast chicken add to the flavor. WOOD COUNTY COURT HOUSE NOTES NEW COURT CASES Maude Ilrunkhart vs. John W. Ilrunkhart. Divorce, extreme cruelty. Louis M. Huffman vs. Curtiss M. Knowles, ct al. To foreclose mort gage. Sale of personal property. Judgment. Receiver and equitable- re lief. Gcorgo W. Peterson vs Kthelyn Whltman.To set asldo conveyance and for equitable relief. Mertio E. Judson vs. Charles II. Judson. Partition. otto Young vs. Tho Ohio Electric Railway Co. For money. Carl Henry Bruns makes applica tion to be admitted as a citizen of tho U. S. M. E. Nugent vs. H. It. Venla. Cog novit note $252.05. Eva O. Burgess vs. Fred Burgess. Divorce, gross neglect of duty. C. W. r.cnliurt nnd ,T. X. Ensloy, partners of Wood County Abstract fc Loan Co' vs. George E. Grant. For money. C. W. IJliick, administrator of the estate of John It. Mitck, defeased. Cognovit note of $1(11.20. Joseph M. Raker vs. Frank M. Young, Hattle Young. John L. Proc tor, 'Receiver or First National Hank of Bowling Green, and George W. Chen ey. Foreclosure. Nella A. Lentz has Ulcd suit for di vorce from Albert ,T. Lentz on the grounds of gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty. They were married on July 27, 1014, and havo one child. the says he has only contributed $30 toward her support since she was compelled to leave him after living with him for two years, and returned t. ft-fr .1 yrf 3ocor- Here H the 1017 girl Miss Pre paredness Her eostumo Is of army cloth frM her head to her well turned ankles. The remarkable feature f the cos tume Is the cape or ponche, as yu prefer it. thrown over her shoulders. It will surprise you to learn that this Is really her skirt, which buttons up tho front. In time of need it serves the purpose of an adequate body cov ering. When necessity or convention demands u skirt the charming miss loosens the fast nlngs at the throat Mild hindw It about her waist. If tramping or shooting is the program she wears It us pictured aboye. Should this young lady join an arm of Uocle Sam's service this garb would, be most utilitarian. Within a moment you could climb orer the sides of her aero and soar upward or mount her hrse or motorcycle as necessity Bright demand and speed away. Cap, Jacket, trousers aad puttees ar of the saane material as the poncho. TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Because of the new Park Exchange soon to be put into service, additional operators will be hired. Full working days of 5 to 8 hours. Pay for first switchboard work $1.10 per day. -4 Pay advances at short intervals with ex perience to $1.60 per day at end of eae year. Opportunities for further advancement, pleasant work, comfortable surroundings. SEE US AT ONCE OHIO STATE TELEPHONE CO. 231 HURON ST., TOLEDO, OHIO MUSIC OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Write or Call sa H. J. VOTTELER SON Arcado Mule Stow 37 Arcade, CteveUnd, OfiU IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHllllllllllll UllIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflllllllllH PRETTY SHOES! All the new shades and oombi. nations. OUB PBIOE datum 7 Send for OVERLAND USED CAR BULLETIN Largest and Most Complete Stock of DEPENDABLE USED (J.R. Kinney &Co.,Inc. i "THE SHOE FATHER" 51 Jefferson Ave. - TOLEDO, OHIO TRAUt HARKS a I DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Etc I, 'OWEM, OWEN & CRAMP TON 1 "HZ, Mdjoh 1Mb. UoU..ita)M CARS In the Country At Prices Which Insure Remarkable Savings If In The Market For A Used Car Gall and Inspect Our Stock to the homo of her pnrcnts. She asks for divorce nnd custody of child. SUIT FO RDAMAQES Otto Young has lllcd mil tfor ?0,:t00 damages ugnlnxt the Ohio Electric Hallway Co., for Injuries received on December lilth, 11)10. at the crossing on the ZIss stone road, when be auto was demolished In which he and Chas. .1. Itappartte were riding, Itapparlle being killed. The plaintiff charges that the motorman failed to sound E. W.' COBLE CO. 217-219 Twenty-first Street TOLEDO, OHIO Automobile Electrical Engineers Starting, Lighting, Ignition and Elactrleal Accessories and Batteries, Repairing, Rewinding, Replacing or Adjusting. any alarm by ringing gong, bell or blowing a whistle. Young has re tained D. It. Jones as council. A little kerosene will remove flngcr mnrks from white wood. OPTICAL AUTHORITIES OP TOLED0 1 OR 42 YEARS m L BECRMAN COMPANY OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS 323 St Clair Street TOLEDO, OHIO 1 NEUHAUSELS't--lv-wu--iw-niv-wtt Noteworthy Showings of Exclusive Easter Fashions Presenting New York style effects that can be seen in no other Toledo store. COATS Numerous swagger models in all colorings, fashioned from Poiret Twills, Serges, Gabardines, Tricontine, Novelties, Burella, Coverts, etc. ', $10t $12, $15, $18, $20, $25, $30, $35, $40 to SUITS In nobby style effects, all new weaves and shades. $15, $18, $20, $25, to $45 SILK DRESSES In Taffetas, Georgettes, Crepe de Chene, etc. ; loveliest new styles. $10, $15, $20, to $50 NEW WHITE DRESSES FOR CHILDREN, $1 TO $10 A'Wlwwwiw3 MMHIHMnHHnHWHn NEUHAUSELS m. u m - fill 11 'Kin HI W at Ml ft 425-427-429-431-433 Summit St. TOLEDO, OHIO ARDELLA ; CORSETS SOLD HERE ONLY $1 TO $10 rVb iKjl-wnta 9 If You Cannot Call, Write for BULLETIN D -00- Willys-Overland Incorporated 14th and Adams Sts. Toledo, . - - - Ohio MuuiMiuiuuxuiraii imiwinn 1 wiuhmi muuntun m in 1 itiunmimamMnMNM nmnrmtra iniiiim iwnnumwrnaww w nwwwwwiw uuntwuuuniiummi wriimin itramnnuaw mamimnui nuuumnuaunitri aMwwiniaiiiiiiMiiiiiii iwmmwiwwwfwi -MiMl WiwuiMniii.iJ.JMUiiuwUi.M.H.u-.. .. "irTrrmrmrnrniinnmmmrmmTmTinmmiOT Mniwiiiiwn iimiiiwnwiiwwiaiiaMiiMaM1laBrj Choose your Easter clothes I at iaft.er s 111 i uieuu It will pay you to come to Toledo to choose your Easter clothes at Baker's, where you are sure to lind desirable selec tions of merchandise priced much lower than possible with the ordinary store. The Baker guarantee protects you Remember that whatever you buy at Baker's is guaran teed to satisfy. It is certainly well worth your while to buy where you know your satisfaction is guaranteed and where you always know you get the best values for your money. Hart Schaffner & Marx famous clothes for men and young men; $20, $22.50, $25 to $35 You undoubtedly know the reputation of Hart Schailner Jt Marx, the leading tailors of the world in producing line clothes for men and young men. Operating on an enormous scale, Hart Schafl'ner & Marx are able to produce values impossible for other tailors to equal. Out great purchasing power enables us to get the utmost worth in these fine clothes at the lowest prices. You will Gnd most extensive selections In suits and top coats, in cluding every style, fabric and color that is worth while. We lit men of every size, including the so-called "hard to fit" men. B R B Special suits and top coats $10 $12.50 $15 $18 You'll be wonderfully interested in the values and assortments at these very moderate prices. We have "gone the limit" in these clothes, and done things impossible with the average store. Ver smart ultra styles for young men; nice conservative, dignified models for older men. Fully guaranteed like every Baker garment to give service to your satisfaction. Ji Baker "Cornell $1.85 Hats Equal to many hats at $2.50 Baker-Cornell $1.8.1 hats have an extensive reputation. They are superior to most $2 hats and equal to many at $2.50. New styles for Spring in soft and stiff models. Young men's styles a strong feature. Wonderful showing of Easter Neckwear We have made very large purchases of Easter neckwear, showing an unrivalled display of new Spring patterns. Ail our neckwear s made with a slip-easy band, insuring long wear and excellent tieing qualities. Special values at .0i anil 91. Verv line neckwear at SI. 30 and VI. Baker Special shirts; $1 and $1.50 Cur great trade in these shirts enables us to buy in very large quantities, and we there fore offer extreme value at both prices. All styjes, includ ing especially large showing of soft cull" negligee shirts in plain colors, neat stripes, rich pat terns, and clever novelty styles that will appeal especially Jo young men. The B R Baker Co 435-441 Summit Street near Jackson, Toledo, Ohio lAail orders carefully filled. Parcel post charges prepafd anyuhere in the Y-r"r'rrrir if imflHBBnal, aa'UC zzs&wsssissmmmnssz, nimbi 1UV (UllltbtM mlrtllHtaJ iff " ' r Wttl T " " ml "' " 1"' r-rx'!