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OTTAWA l'H EI, TnAW:ii-.H)U:AL.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1917
rat 11
rAUIES TO TAKE DRASTIC
lL STFW IM MFCTiKa cntw.t
Vlkl U III IflkkllMU UIIULUk
IE
HI
AMERICAN CREW SAVED
AFTER U BOAT; ATTACK
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HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATART.K CP. A CCLD
c Bra Ten
NSWER TO WILSON NOTE WILL
NOT BE MADE PUBLIC FOR
FORTY-EIGHT HOURS.
London, Jan. 'J. The reply of the
mtentc nations to President Wilson's
tKte may go forward within twenty
four hours, Jbft its publication is not
exacted until forty-eight hours after
its receipt on account of the plans for
wnjultumoiis publication.
The delay in the preparation of the
note is take" here to mean that it
has undergone considerable change
frpm the first draft, and the near
eastern question is expected to ngme
more largely in the completed docu
ment than had been considered proh
chle.
Pope Won't Reply to U. S.
Koine, via Paris, Jan. 8. The Vati
can denies a statement which has ap
peared in the press that the pope i3
about lo answer President Wilson's
note in approximately the same terms
as Spain. It is pointed out that as
there are no diplomatic relations be
tween the United States and the Holy
See, the pope had no official com
munication of President Wilson's
note, and thus could not answer in:
any form, although it is stated mat
he strongly sympathizes with the in
tents and aims of the president.
1 War Council Satisfactory.
Paris, Jan. 8. Although no com
munication has been made public re
garding the conference of the entente
allies, says a Uome dispatch to the
Temps, private conversations with
aomo of the principal figure in the
conference leave no doubt that the
result is fully satisfactory and that
the representatives of the entente
powers separated in full accord and
full confidence.
The French premier, M. Ilrland,
Bald to the Temps correspondent:
"Our visit has been most fruitful
and was timely. We have eliminated
all the little differences that could
binder our united efforts."
London. Jan. '.. That the allirs, at
their war ruincil in Koine, decided t'p
en action of the most dtasiie kind to
wards Greece .was indicated by
paicfce.. received here today.
The Times undirstands that an ulti
matum was drawn up ca.l frard-d
to Athens along witn a d :r.;.nd fur
an immediate reply.
According lo the Timi s thi" ultima
tum calls for the acceptance of all
the allies' previous demands forthwith.
I)i.-ordcrs in Jre v
the foonemio tdiutttioti
IMfIT
London, Jan. !. -1 Kv.-d's
agtnry :nu'.:un cs that th
Sian steamer M.tt'se 1 ,.'.! i '
of 1.1 ft tons) probably lias !.
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Savs Cream Applied in Nosfri's ?
Opens Air ra.-srgti ICil.t I'p.
U. S. SUPREME COURT FAILS TO ntk.r losses ar
GIVE POTTAW ATOMIES LAKE
FRONT LANDS TKEY SUED F03.
.Yetwctian Meams'iin I 11 par.
tens:
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a S'.-?k oner S." rin 1.
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;i scarcity of
I. ('., Jan. 9.- The
Pottawatomie Indians to
Chicato l.!;e fr nt and
to binds occupied by the
perilcus. Th'imand.-.
starving and there
fuel and i hulling.
A press dispatch states that Kinr
Constant ine has applied for a hied
card just like any other citizen of
Athens.
of
CITY PEOPLE KNOW IT ALL
Wa.-lunyi.
im ol thi
most 1. 1 th
particularly
:l!itt')i' ('.;ie.:ii and by tl.v city
"'iica;;0 wa- distaissed !:y the su '
prerae cmitt late yesterday wjh costs.
af.-te.--ed a?niut the Indians. '
The case a.; brought to trial by
.loha Will:.'i;i chief of the Pokagou t
band cf tl'-e Pottawatomie ita: it n. and'
by ether members 01 his trine who j
arc residents of Michigan.
The Indians claim that they were1
entitled to al! lands reclaimed from 1
since Greenville;
'... Th s would 1
Paris. Jan. s.- -The .tw t'l
stoatmr Helgoy. 1.1 !' tons, was tor
pedoed Jan. - Tie' crew w ; saved.
One metnbrr of the ship's company,
Walter Impress of Atlanta, t'a . ar
rived in Paris today.
A disiatch to th" IT.ivas Agency
from Madrid says the Spanish ;;ov
rriiment has addressed a cem ilaiui '
the German government on the r-,
pedoing cf the steamer San Lcandrx
I.e...! 1 l.-ar an
No autre l:'iu kit;:;, -r h :'
;e ei.e1.)'. ilryar-s. .i
!.;e.it'i ut Iil'.'ld ; t -1 ; j
c'C'l.l er c-ttitrih d.-.i;pc::r. j
u .ii:.iU bettle of Ply's fV.uu j
E.;bi! from y.-ar drnu-ui -t tn..v. A.. id ,
r liiite 01 this fidi int. aat:-eptie, I
hiilinp eriain in your n.istrslH. it pen- I
tr:it! throuirli pvi-ry air pi.--mv of titi
head. Boot hr the iii.iamtsl r swolt. n !
irvu'i'in membrane and relief come iu- j
Btttntlr. i
It's just fne. Tlnn't sfny fclufTod-up !
with a cold or uasty tatana.
POULTRY WANTEi r
WILL PAY CASH AND CALi. !
San Francisco Paper Explains (?) Why
They Are Superior to the
Simple farmer.
We city people are u sophi sticutet
lot. That is how we differ from the.
country people. From our babyhoods
we have beeti iicctistomed to the sight
of tilings happening. The consequence
is that we are wiser and better than
any kind of people that ever lived,!
Miy-s the San l'raitcisco IJttlUtln, in a
satirical vein.
We have seen and experienced ho ;
much that to the country visitor we
must seem callous. We do not stand ' c', ll,r:l1 an"' (hp f hire
Lake Michigan
treaty of Aug. L!, K'.. Th s
have included not cn!y much of the
laho front, bu; bod that formei ly
was an i.- Iaiitl but which i ; now join
ed to the mainland.
The value cf the lamb; was many
millions of dollars. In di-nii tsing tie
case the court did not cdvo any rca
11. ns other than that there was no
foiiinia. ion for the claims of the plaiti
ti'.V. The siipieme coutt decided yester
day the Lake Shore, tile Michigan
:o, Indiana and
not entitled to
w bridges over
er near Gary,
Didn't Pecognire Real Thing.
Young Hospital Nurse-"Is he real
ly dead?" Oil Hospital Nurse "Yes
have you only worked in movie
studios?" Puel:.
WE
FCR:
The Habit cf Taking Cold.
With many people taking (old is a
ha!. it, but fortunately one that is
easily broken. Take a cid sponge
bath every morning v. hen yu fnsi
cot out of bed not ic cold, but a
temperature of about 'M do fives V.
Also sleep with your window up. 1)k
this and you will seldom t; ko cold.
When you do take ioil take c ham
berlain's Cough Itemedy and get rid o'
I Spring Roosters, without feed, lb.
Piasters, stagey
, Hen:, o!d ar.r1 young feed, lb.
I Old Roosters, feed, lb
I Turkeys, young
' Tui keys, o!J
' Dicks
' Gee:e, per II:
, Ra'Jbits, each
Butter, lb
Eg.-s, dcr
Cro.im, butter fat, per lb
16c i
be
20,
r 1
ice!
Z2c
40c;
3Sc !
Y2C lb. extra for poultry delivered.
around and state at things, tis cotttitry
people would, except when there is a
dog fight, or an automobile breaks
dov. u, or there Is a lire tiltiriu, or n po
liceman has an argument with a taxi
driver, or a pacifist with a militarist,
or when a political candidate or n
brand of soap Is advertised by means
of it bund on a dray or when a man
walks down the street with old-fashioned
whiskers, or pink trousers, or
without any hat on, or when a foumla-! Milwaukee and St. Paul
tion for 11 building is being excavated,: asainst Poehlmann Pros.,
fc-outhi rn r:;il!o;.il are
damages fur cost of ti
the l.ieh; Calumet ri
Intl., necessitated by tho Calumet :
drainage projei !. ;
An order of the Illinois public util
ities ct.iianission fixing maximum in-!
terstate c(;al rates, alleged to be a.
factor in thru interstate lotamercej
v.a.i ait'inaed by a mipteme cot:tt rul
ing in a k mplaint of the Chicago,'
railway ;
Mitrt .m .'
it as quickly
everywhere.
pos.-il.de. O'ltajr.al
- STEER & G1.SGN
803 CLINTON ST.
Phone 1065
The Lure of California
and the Favored Way
California the land cf bluest
skies and sim-khstd waters,
California the land of flowers,
where sunmci seems eternal,
California the coastal gem of
tha Pacific awaits you with
open arms. Reach her via the
" Calif ornian"
the superb limited trains, whose
stfd cars fly direct over the most
comfortable route of lovc?t alti
tudes, through scenes of thrilling
interest.
No quicker time no better service
via any route to Southern California.
Route ol the Uniied State Mail
Automatic Etock Signclt
Pines! Modern Al'-Strrl Equipment
Superior Dining Car Sen ice
T.cl cts, reservations, information on request.
WARREN C0WLES, Division Passon-Cri-
Atjent, Peo.-ia, 111.
R. A. LYNCH, AGcnt, Ottawa, III.
En rozte-the great military encampments at El Paso
hrgest sines iha Civil Wat a thrilling and con
tirMcuj panorama every loyal American should ses.
AMUSEMENTS.
or piles driven, nr u street relaid. or ut
any time when we may behold the re
markable spectacle of hard work of any
kind being carried 011 In public, or
when somebody else steps end stares
at something end we aren't quite sure
what it is, but tire certain that we
ought not to Isike !r risk of missing it.
Put country people they are nl.vays
sttu !ng at things. This may be the re
sult of their limited spheres of life.
All they ever see is things growing,
which Is a much less spectacular proc
ess than things happening. Their work
Is narrow, being nothing more than
Cne, in.
Gayety Theatre,
One of the greatest movies of the
war is entitled "War Brides," and will
be presented by Mine Alia Nazimova,
the celebrated Russian actress at the, producing food, and requiring 110 great
Gayety theatre January 1.8, 19 and 20. j cepnclty beyond tt knowledge of clieiu
The New York world under date of; Istry, physiology, animal psychology
November 13, says: land familiarity with a wanty dozen
: As a motion picture actress Alia lor two of skilled trades.
jVazimova moved women to tears last!
night at the Ilrottdway theatre in!
Herbert Brenon's film production of Hospitality.
Marion Cm is Went worth's intensely! lon't let impromptu hospltallly die
feminine and appealing human1""1 ' .vo111' ll0""'' l'N,'i1'- H"1'""''
ehort Play, "War Prides," first acted '"w "'"'"" l" llis UU'uU
at thfl PmI'icp thentre I h"11"' fm" dinner and your daughter to
mug tier menus to itiiicn. Keep
1 Marriage Licenses.
J Charley (j.'-etsch, Oitr.wa
, Miss Mabel I,. linker, Cratid Kidgi
; All. lion. to J. Hrov.-n, Orlesby ....
i Miss Mabel A.' Ihneks, same
1
j Chri.-.tian II. Killen, I.eMiore . ..
I .Miss t liti.- tina Maas, same
j Frank Cottloh, Livingston, Mont.
Miss, Klizabeth Hundley, Ottawa.
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.19 1
In the screen version of "War;
Grides," elaborated into two parts,!
Naicimova J:i vividly tragic. Her re- i
markable gift of facial expression is!
especially moving in the second part;
of the play when Joan, after learning!
that her husband has been killed;
shoots herself rather than become j
th. mother, of a child that may lie:
sacrificed to war. Heading the wo
men of tHe town, she Intercepts the'
King as h" tolls along a highway in'
hi- motor car and ends her life with
a bullet while she confi'tnts him. Her!
body Is then raised above the heads i
of the women who stand as a protest ;
against war.
This change iu Mrs. Wentworth's
play leads to a dramatic conclusion t
Among other scenes devised by Mr.;
Drenon are a (hutch transformed in
to n hospital to which the "war
brldefi" flock, rind trenches that, are
changed to tombs by gas bombs. Do
mestic horrcivi suggested to Joan's
mind by a possible Invasion of the
enemy nre visualized with mote
realism, perhaps, tha direction. As in
the original play, ,a demand is made
that women shall have a voice in the
councils of a nation.
Mme. Nazimova la blilhesonie and
girlish as the factory worker who
romps off to a picnic In tho country,
but it is not until she expresses tho 1
agonies of a woman whose husband
has gone to war that she demon
strates her full dramatic power.
This so compelling that the spec
tator can forgive her for overdoing the
Job of "tniiking-ttp" her eyes. As a
trng Ic ctress, Nazimova wins a place
on tho screen that Is all her own.
1 Gertrude Ilerkley gives a fine,
simple and altogether human per
formance aa tho mother who losos
!four sons.
! This Selznlck picture of "war
Biides," Is chiefly notable for its dra
matic quality.
lids to lunch. Keep ll
slock of canned goods always ready on
your shelves and a supply of (dean
table linen in your linen closet, and
then you will not feel uny qualms about
asking your own callers who stay on
into lunch hours to partake of your
lunch with you.
Lingering Coughs are Dangerous. 1
Get rid of that tickling rough mat;
keeps o awake at night and drain:-, ;
your vitality and cm fry. Dr. King's!
New Ptoeeverey is a pleasant balsam
remedy, antiseptic, laxative and j
promptly eti'i'ei live. It soothes the;
Irritated meititn uno and kills the cold j
germs; your couth Is soon relieved.:
I May is dancerous -gt t. Dr. King's j
New Discovery at once. For nearly'
fifty years it has been the favorite;
remedy for itrippe, croup, coughs and j
colds. Get a bottle today at your !
I'l'llggii!?, "a."'. ;
SUnSCIUHH FOR FltKH
JOUtNAL.
TRADER-
Winter Brings Colds to Children.
A child rarely goes through the
holc winter without a cold, and eery
mother should have a reliable remedy
handy. Fever, sore throat, tight chest
and crotipy coughs are sure symptoms,
A dose of Dr. lbdl's Pine Tar Honey
will loosen the phlegm, relieve the con
gested lungs and stop the cough. Its
antispelic pine balsams heal the
si o the. For croup, whooping cough
and chronic, bronchial troubles try Dr.
Hell's Pine Tar Honey. At all Drug
gists, 25c. a.
fl For &c Tree?-
meut of Liquoi'
Hid Drug Uslrir;
ct, ia c..f:ic o'l en-'i ot
::i's '!.ii;..ovcr..f nl Lcl. s
.i;!::x;:r.t r .1 use cf
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cientific Proof i
axwell Fuel Ecohob
7
a
In a test made by
David .L. Gallup, M.
E., Professor of Gas
Engineering, Wor
cester Polytechnic
Institute, a stock
Maxwell Touring
Car made from 23 to
33.7 miles per gallon
of gasoline at speeds
ranging from 10 to
35 miles per hour.
We reproduce a let
ter from Professor
Gallup concerning
this test.
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cut'c'ij k,r V. icrco Iit.i p ant r.c-"our r.zz.
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amitiiwattii'tBMt'3
Of .AO the Ways to Goto California
experienced folks aro agreed that for comfort, enjoyment and
economy, Iturllngton Personally Conducted Parlies lilt the nail on
the head. Thing of going all the way without a single change en
route, through Denver, Colorado Springs, Royal Gorge, Scenic Colo
rado and Salt l.ako my daylight! And under the personal charge
of a congenial, competent excursion conductor, whose sole duty is
to look after your comfort and enjoyment, and to Indicate and ei
plain the points of Interest onrouuto!
It is certainly the one care fare way to go to California. Special
attention Is given to elderly persons, women and children travel
ing alone. JWIMiVM I
This Is one of the Burlington's Willingness' to Serte foatures ren- '
dered without charge to Its patrons.
WHEN YOU TRAVEL WEST BE A BURLINGTON GUEST.
The Burlington's Illustrated folder, telling you of this wonderful
way oi traveling to Lanrornia will gladly be furnished free
request.
t, H hi
Deferred Payments
If Desired
DAVID C GALLUP. M. E.
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Jb1ueIpr'intT?ivlngthe res'to of en eocnstry test
oadeJonia1917tst03)cJMarwellTo'iring Car,.faralchod
7jujrjB0Btqn"repreaentatlve8 ."
THeTcurT';i8"i8elf "explanatory onl r.eala
(B"oX4T8du8BlonothGrithantthe atftettant that '.he
'earburBtowhlehwRB'.toelf.' waa adl'jjtfid ta iiva
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jthrtbeatlcomMnetion1 of "powor.1 flexibility ,-,
andleoonomrtforiauchoondltlonaiof .touxln?
prainariijADeiencounierea.
4ntabularformTthe resttlto' (taken ren
ourreleh'eet llorelealf ollows :'
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IMflselperlho
ECOiiOirY
(mieejporjgttllou),
23.7
32.7,
31.2
28.8
6.1
3.0
jSepee't fully Bubmlttod,
FOR QUICK ItESIILTS THY TI1K
"WANT" ADS. LV THE FREE
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upon
liyiliigiriris
J. P. FINN, !!cnt
Ticket Agent, Burlington Rou-w
Ottawa, III.
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NOTE that no unusual means were employed to get these results.
The car used was taken from stock; the test was made with a full
load and with top and windshield up; the regular Maxwell carburetor
was used.
Any Maxwell car is capable of giving this same economy in gasoline
consumption.
Maxwell operating economy matches its economy in first cost, mak
ing it The World 's Greatest Motor Car Value.
Agt.
Jackson street, Ottawa West ol Gayety Theatre '
Fully Equipped No Extras to Buy
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