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THE WEATHER.
Snow tonight and Sat
urday. Much colder in
afternoon and night.
OTTAWA FREE TRADER
Established 1340
OTTAWA JOURNAL
Established 1830.
OURNAI
7TO T?"0
1 J& M- -I s JS W
VOLUME l.-OsO. 50.
OTTAWA'S 1916 TU PfflElI
ER SflllLI
TO BE NEAR Mil
WORK OF EXTENSION 13
HEARING EN IN
CLERK'S OFFICE .
ft $19194 INCREASE
TOWNSHIP MUST PAY A GRANC
TOTAL Oc $22?,320.30, WHILE Ir
1915 THE AMOUNT WAS $2C2,-125
27 ANNOUNCE FICUF.ES TO
DAY.
tut.
I15MPII1
hex bio m.
OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. HilllAV, .IAM AUV 12. 101.
PRINCIPALS IN "LEAK" INVESTIGATION
THAT TERMINATED IN CONGRESS TODAY
PlilCE, TWO CENTS.
fT
Ottawa township's l'ti'l t no,
$1.20,320.30 as roiai.aiPtl with $
42C.?7. oclleoted in l'.'ir,, a tot il of
Si'G.O.'i more than i;s pound into th
town co.Ter.5 last year. There nj?urv
became available to I:sy when tax ex
porta Robert L. Smith and Miss Nellii
Maher ami a corps of assistant s in th
county clerk';; oihVo linishetl the
tension of taxes for tin- tuw.i-hM
with t ho exception of tin raiirua !
fi.'.iiif ..
Assessed Value $2,579,425.
The total assetwd valuation or tl:
tov.n:-hln. not including the railroads,
la $2.r."i,425. This ligure hist year
was slightly lower -$2,":!",742.
The aggregate valuaiioti is made up
Iands $ 3iL.....
Lou : , L42e,S21
Personal 7S0i,
Total $2.;,70.42r
Based on the rate:-, obtained fr
tho levies made for various put pose:
those amounts will bo raised:
Tax.
State S
County
Town
Road and Bridge. .
Twp. HUh School
City of Ottawa ..
School dists., city
Kate.
.Kl) $
.70
.IS
.ta
2.lo
2,t;o
Amount
IPMPbY-P.:
S,t:.V..'.i-
2.''..:!.-:
l.-,.73i.r.i
:,K7.'.v
Is.iiC.i 1
;:!,1C7.!'"
Total $222.:'.2".M
Higher Than 1915.
This is to be (omparod with the
same figures for F'
Tax.
State
Ccunty
Township
Road and bridge.
Twp. hiidi nchool.
City of Ottawa . . .
School districts . .
Hate. Amount.
$ .55 13.!'ti2
.7S 1.,71'7.H
.07 U 1,!i2u.SG
..) " r..L'25.C.4
, 2.25 .MS, 7111.4!
. 2.20 4'.i,".".7.ti'
45,401. :: 1 j
S2o2,42(i.':7
Total
Tho total tax raided on the s'Vra;t
items of valuations is:
Lands
Lots
Personal
BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL TO
SUPPORT $50,GOD PROPOSITION
TO ERECT KING ADDITION TO
RYBURN HOSPITAL.
Tho proposed bond Issue of ? ,' J j
for the S. K. King annex to Kynuru
Mor.pual was unanimous'iy endorse. 1
iusl eve lii.K at the annual meeting U
lilt- Ottawa. Kuihiiug Trades Council.
'I he couni.il is comprised of all union
men wiio are engaged in bild.u:;
work ami with tin ir support prospei .-.
for carrying the bo. id issue in a spe
cial elect U,u to be held ior that pur
pose now looms as u hopcf.il i.-wsihii-ity.
Much enthusiasm was expressed
when a resolution was presented to
(he tradesmen and the proposition se
cured the veto of every member in at
tendance ;i' the nu'eiuic. It was d '
cide.t by the union workmen to ask
every man to put his shoulder ta the
wheel and help carry the election fir
ill.' Ik;-pita!.
To Demand Errly Vote.
Members or the ho.piial board ana
i-'.ing ists'e trustees today announce,:
that a petition would be presented to
the city commissioners asking them
to name a date for the election. They
will ask that the vote be taken dm
lot; the latter part -or. January or the
1'oro part of February. This they con
tend, will permit, in case of its pas
sane, the early lettitiR of contracts and
work start iui; in the sprinR.
If the people decide to bond the city
for $:-.'. there will be in the nn.iox
fund a total of $":., ! . of which 25..0
will be supplied by Mr. King's estate.
The bulhlin.; as now proposed win '.:
feu'- i-tor'es in hei;;ht, tin-proof ihiw !
out ami will provide sixty additional.
tieds .It !s aimed to have creistruouon
completed in the full. IMore shu-liuK 1
upon work, in case the bonds carry.;
r-mmittees will be seat out to inpocr
all modem ho- pitals of this section of
the state, and they will report hack to
tin- architect all the features they Co
she to have embodied in the new
building.
Trades Council Resolution.
The resolution approving the ef
forts of the hospital baclo rs to secure
$5f,0-- to he added to tho Kim; fund
and unanimously passed by the nuili
in:.; Trades Coun.il, of Ottawa, was as
follows:
..t 1 1 Ti,.,t dm r.iiiliiins
1 - u'u ' ,.' . ', i fcrc'iicra of tbL citv nu;v soon
t-..,w CivinH ren IP, 1: the crowded u 11 - . -
and uiisatisfactory condition of the j cidc 1. tho tie- prohh m i
pes bill 'i!112 a a U Hie Kn-ai iiie- too noai.l 01 '- a. iuii
i I t.w . I : :
V i k, I '?li" ,
I i ; ' 4 v 1 11 ? , i1 ITT' J -it y$ P' v " t,-
ffc -tii-.- " j:J- .." Cti I
I . ; . ... . -A tive Wood; No. 4, nemesentative
I
ILSOfi HOPES FN PEACE IS
SPITE Of ALLIED DEMIS
TERMS UNDER WHICH EN
TENTE WILL MAKE PEACE.
These are the terms as outlined
in the Allies- reply to Wilson's
peace overture:
Restoration of Belgium, of Ser
bia and of Montenegro end the in
demnities wiikh are due them.
Pvaeuation of the invaded terri
tories of France, of Russia ami of
Roumania. with just reparation.
neorcanizatiou of Lurope guar
anteed "by a stable regime and
founded as much ttnon respect of
nationalities and full security and
liberty of economic development
which all nations, j;reat or email,
posse -s. as upon territorial conven
tions and international agreements,
s-iitablo to guarantee territorial and
maritime frontiers against unjusti
fied attacks.
Restitution of provinces or terri
tories wrerted in the past from thr
allies by force or against the will
of their populations, the liberation
of Italians, or Slavs, of Roumanians
and of Tcheeo Slova'iues from for
eign domination.
Enfranchisement of populations
subject to tho tyranny of the
Turks.
Expulsion from Europe of the
Woman Empire.
U. S. PRESIDENT BELIEVES
BELLIGERENTS CAN MEET
ON EQUAL TERMS
NOTE
IS
PUBLISHED
ENTENTE MAKES KNOWN CON
DITIONS UPON WHICH IT WILL
CONSIDER CESSATION OF THE
GREAT EUROPEAN STRIFE.
The above are accusers and defciid
ers of Tom I.awson's charges that '
there, was a "leak" in the capilol that
sect, stock markets on tho rampage
when Germany's peace note was re
ceived. The im-'siry closed abruptly
today. The pictures are those of:
N'o. 1, Represen'ative Henry; No. 2,
Thomas Lawson; No. 3, Representa
tive Wood; No. 4, Remesentatlve
Gardner; N'o. 5, Lernard M. Raruch;
No. Cl, Representative Rennett.
Ill IS MELD
OH SERIOUS CHAiE
CHARLES DEFFANY IS ACCUSED
OF ASSAULT UPON INNOCENT
YOUNG GIRL STAR CHAMBER
HEARING.
"DOOR TO PEACi" STILL RE
MAINS OPEN.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 12.
President Wilson informed' hi
cabinet this afternoon that tho
door to peace thru the United
States had not been closed. Fail
ure cf the efforts of Teutonic al
lies to bring about a peace dis
cussion thru direct negotiations
with their enemies has not dis
couraged the President. This was
learned abcolutely this .afternoon
from highest official quarters. It
was learned in Teutonic diplomat
ic circles it is nearly certain that
when the German Chancellor
writes "Finis" on the Teuton ef
forts to deal for peace directly
with its enemies, he will outline
to the Reichstag terms under
which Germany would consider
peace.
mini ies
18? 10 BID
CHOOL DIRECTORS CONFROi-lT-CO
uY PUZZLE IN SOLUTION 0?
MIGHT SCHOOL F.EfVJ EST OF
U. S, 'EXAMINERS.
001
A
IP TP
pn
. ? 23.127.7n
2'.i,"2e.' :
. (i.iJiiil.t.;
In school district Xo. 141, whie.i in
cludes the city of Oltawa, ?2,LS!.7'
is to he iaisr.il for the benefit of tin
schools. The amount cenii'.cd on tin
districts levy was ?7 l.'.ii". The rat
is $2.C0 on the hundred dollars.
The Ottawa township collector, Wm.
Kastler. will receive his books within
the next few weeks upon tho com
pletion of the hooks of all the. tow,
tdiips In the countyand beem ih
work of collection. His heade.uarlcr;
will be established at the National
City Rank.
Refare besinnl.nt; his collections li.
must give a bond for approximatel.v
$450,0(0 twice the amount if lh
money to pbhs thru hl.i hands.
sitv of erectii!"- a row bnilo:n(i to i
! properly tale ;uv of t!ie Mck and i"
! hiicd of this community, endorse the
' proposition for the issuing i' r '.O'O
! j., bonis to be added to the Kint? Fund
! to build an Annex to the Ikvpit'.ii."
HENRY BECKER SUCCUMBS
TO LINGERING ILLNESS
The (mention of whether or not. a
, ' ri -.hi school .v.K be sftahii :hed for the ;
be tic
ieivh r for
si:;' r. p:-:-wor'.J
v-r-i
ad hoar 1.
LEAK" QUIZ r REFERRED
SACK TO COMN'ilTTtE. .
Washington, D. C, Jan. 12.
With t!i understanding leat Law
son be ca'led before the Rules
committee r.nd compelled to an
rv.er questions cr be cited for con
tempt, 'be Hou's tins ,ift.;tnoon
rcfjn-'d brc' to th R'dJs commit
tee the Wood resolution for an in
quiry iro tie alleged "Irak" on
the President's peace not".
Tili'EF XILLTO WHEN 'FRISCO
L.M3INE EXPLODES.
PSIEST IMS III
10 OEllEiS II
REV. FATHER HELLSTERN, WHO
PASSED AWAY IN TROY GROVE,
REMEMBERS CATHOLIC -SOCIETIES
IN WILL.
at'on for an
been made i :
If th- aii n.-. ;
it. will ( ome
th(
:n:r o
th" it;'
.- io c.
vuiunt aril;
tc:'v!.in;; forces in tin- i
S('iiU''is.
Tomorro ,v a Fi'.iN ' S
! will he Iiere to take !i
' with the cehoo! auiliori!
! iii'.'uee the t cache
ihi
; o:' t:i
l:ts a
i-strua iio:.
from the
and hish
: ( ..atiliuer ,
na;:.r up
ural !:y and
city to land
'. i ei. in ciiu-
City. Mo., Jan. 12.
-irre..-n were inctantly
,, j3 -.pc-rg vben a i
r. a 'oi.tiii.oiir d f riaco
- ; fciew vp neir Grrtid-
at-i cf t'lis city.
Kan-
'it
!1-
their aid, three ri;
; catia.t the aliens.
' '1 he school hoari1
Rented to allow one ol
c-.-iinni imii Hio'ii to be n'-fd. Lincoln
School was desipuMol :n H:o r,; eti-ci
or. la: c
the pub
DETECTIVE EXONERATED
FOR SHOOTING AT LAID
Henry V. Rocker, of 215 Main street,
former saloon man. died tiiis mornint,
nt ' (clock after a lingering; illness.
Daatli was due to a complication ot i
diseases.
.i ..t M-ie t.,o hi nprmnnv
me u. . .... - . ,
August 21. IK77, and came to this coum, (-, (, (,;f! lVi;imvil,
y when a your urn. w e , t0 R (,, ee Trader Journal re
in marriage July 2. 1001. to M.uv , ,.As V(,, uv ,,.,, r,Ve!vcl no
RfcilTer and. four children were horn j . U) X(:lur.iari!y
f.f tiiis union, lie was a Homo mower
and resided in Si i cat or until a few
Kansas
T'-"- ta
: car
f.ei:;ht t:
view, nice mi
the Head are :
Wiil'ar.i I. HaP, engineer,
E."-? Ci'.y.
H. L. Hartl'y, fireman, Sprinr
field, Vn,
Helly rib. bead brakemaa, Clin
ton, Mo.
Rev. Vim en'. HcH.aevn. a Calholh
ptiest of Troy Grove, and pastor o:
J. S. Peter and Pan! c ho.reh, whose
1 1 , a f h occari"'! in th" villase lai-t
v.-O'd:, b-'t praciii-.dly a)l his pr. perlv
c. i.sistin:, of a $:..' en insurance poliej
;.!;; i in ciii and bond" and $l,K(in ir
r.-al esiato to !' man t'alholic Insti
i ; 1 ; ase-. no eriitis; 1:1 'ni ' will v had
.-, a, !or ! l a. nil- .':.:(iay in i.e
ol-ice o! Id. G. 7..:c. Willi Ihe excep
i i, IXr- o nia'an l':i.'..i!!-;li Koonev
j,;:-. la iaed'. e er. the - e-iipiiii y In ir. a!
were di.-ti ibuii d to i't
Morbid court loungers were given
no place at a spicy star chamber hear
ing; Ibis itfternoon at 2 o'clock when
Charles RiiTany, Italian, was arraigned
for hearins on a charge of assault pre
ferred asainst him by Elizabeth Il!i
nich, 17 year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John llPnich. of wes; Ottawa.
-. Luuii oi:der. ronttho court, ail wit
j nesses and newspaper reporters were
asked to leave the room while the
I girl told her story. Bailiff Carr. at
first was inclined to allow Ihe i:
porters to be present at the hearinc,
but the court lilies that no one bio
attorneys could he present.
The Story of the Girl.
In her testimony the girl said that
one the night of December 30 Beffany
entered her room shortly after t-he re
'Mrcd and forced her to submit to hb
i will. Shi1 said she did not tell v r
i parents o.' the occurrence.
Ucffany was a boarder at the Illinich
and his renin was a short (lis i
BELIEVE WAR WILL CON
TINUE INDFFINITELY.
Paris, Jan. 12. The Entente's
reply to President Wilson was
made public this morning in all
of the Allied capitols. Dispatches
from Petrograd, London and from
Rome cay that it was given the
utmost approval of the press and
public. France was particularly
pleased with the document for one
of its demands was that Germany
should not only restore that sec
tion of the republic overrun in
1914, but must give back Alsace
and Lorraine.
f The document, in brief, set3
forth what for years has been the
national aspirations of most ot
the Entente powers.
While the Allies took scrupu
lous care to avoid closing the dcor
to further exchanges on peace it
is felt here that the war will con
tinue indefinitely.
Ihe ho
lie ous
Oil"-'
M)( il
M.
1 :
oae
I issue, IP
a -ti td.r.en Vr
oit: and t'u.s. os
v. ilell
he say
for th
Ladd, 111., Jan. 12. (Special), .loo
Chrillo, C. M. and St. P. railway de
tective who shot, and killed Anton
Lofeto of Ladd, in the railway yard,
hero last Thursday night, was exon
mated after nn inquest had been hold.
Chrillo testified and claimed that le
eaiitrht Joe Pasiutalli and Lofoito but";
hirizlng a car and arrested the thieves, j
. - . . , t .... i', .1 t .,r.. li....
After lie nau namo-uuou i.oikku, nr
cpiali Rtarted to pull a :un on him ant'
while HtruBRling with the man Chiil
l'o's revolver was accidc-n tally din
chnt'Ked and the bullet fatally wotuu!
inK lioferlo.
Loferto's dying statement cotrober
ve.ars oko.
Mr. 1 looker was well known here
and loaves a larce number of friends
to mourn his death.
Surviving he leaves his wife and
four children-Mary. Henry. William
and John-all at. home, and two broth
ersWilliam, of Pittsburg, Pa , an !
Anthony, of Pet -oit, Mich.
The iuncral service:: will be held
Sunday Afternoon at 1:3"- o'clock at St.
Francis chinch. Interment, will be
made i:i St. Francis Cemetery.
pive their services. We have sent our
request, but will not kese.v until this
evtniiu; just who will aid it: Ihe work.
At present teachhv- i-i ihe public
sehcrls is quite !ia"d til"! ths' fs-i.t- ,
inK in the work will have to posies
frond health to perform tills word-;
three nfi-hts every week." 1
The povrrume'-t or.'tcers. in othir
tov-ns, have been i-''l to :-''ui-" lav.--!
vws ibi tlo work, l! k e:-!imni"il
I that in Ottawa between forte and fifty
fercifvnci's would take advanlai":- of
the fichoolintf.
RANCHnvtO CROSS L ORDER IN
GUEST OF AVIATORS.
E! Cf n'ro, Calif., Jan. 12. While
IC'"' Imperial Valley ranchcrj, thc-ir
automobile.-, ba.avily loaded with
p.rovis;0M3, were on their way
a-.ro.v3 the border to hunt Col.
Hnrry Bishop and Lieut. W. A.
Robertson, fan Diego army avia
tors who a'-a believed lest some
where scut.li of Mexicali, Gov.
C?nu. cf Lower California, today
crriercd pi 1 1 the Mexican cavalry
stationed at Mexicali to join In the
search.
I re: :. f .1 a
! G aai'iiiau ' An-
:v; II V as n-iii
j '.or t'ae Pi o-a,
i.r'.ator's snub The
el llonn- of Peoria, i
Sr.nti pees to Ihe Society
'.i'ion of tie- Fait ii. a"
BLOCKS GROSSSNG AND
JOHN K3STG0MERY HEAOS
STTAWA TRADES WIL1;
BUILDING AND LOAM ASS'N
W UIIVUVIOW .uv
FORGETS ABOUT TRAFFIC; PAYS $15,009 TO PATRONS
Warrants for the appearance of Na
rt'leon Do Cb-rcip forcinau of the C,
B. V ti. switch eiiKiiu- crew, who per-
lultted the Madison street crossing to
-. : 1 .1 i n " Traiics Co-neil
a hi its a.r.iHial bu.-.in -ss
eb ctian of o!!ic. rs i t
io loll- v, in? were named
on:ati:z.;!ion (iaidni; lb"
atctl Chrillo's version of the shooting remain blocked for several hours, worn
In that. It was entirely accidental. Issued out. of Justice h'oenh's court.
! nel'lerco left, several cars on Me
etossinp; while ho look his switching
crew to Porter's yards, it is alleged.
' Attorney Harold licholson will rep.
resent lie Clonal at the hearing.
NOTICE Tp SUBSCRI3ERS.
The carrier bcyt will collect
Saturday morning, and every Satur
day morning hereafter. Kindly
arrange to pay the boys.
The Volley Rnih'.iiiK and l.-an A.a.o-
' elation held Us mcithly meeting W'.il
! nerday cvcuii:::, at wlii.di lime, a .4
; custi.mary i very tii'-: .- nionihs, 111 -
Poard of Director- ordered th" p.r -j
ment of approximately $1a,;-"i worth
of matured stock.
i F. A. Hathev.ay, the :ecrc'.nry, -ays
! it. has kept him busy the last couple of
i days !:i paylni? off tho matured staei;
I and in hsu'ng sim k in the row Si ri.-.-
I tint ban just, opened
The ( It taw;:
bu-l evening
ti'.eie itta: sad
V, b" il I idle I
to ii'.oi tar
('10.111111.: year:
Pi'. si.a-lO I C. 'lout '. oatei y.
V'ice-i r siih lit ''ebi'i lir"W.
Finn ni is! : ccetaiy pel. on !ii. ti,
I .".-"( te 1 . 1 1 ; re. .(-' cry - W ill. ICnh i'd
( ddie r.-l'.-.w ! tiaite.ccs wi re llil"K .
jjobn P.eincr. I'd. llany and J..IS'
1 byte.
. : ml a ;l.ooi ei:uii.v in r.
;icn rlatibi'ien is given tho tie
y of the Idvine Word, lot1 Use i'
work aniens; tile Filipinos. In ca.-e
ho." (; ,-i-i-r w a ; ifit in Ids ot ap'oy
the time of his demise, her dear
.A;,., t" l:e t'.i, iributed for u.m- of ti.
"t '..-: iicl : Hoard ol Mis. ions to he n :.
amom.' tile (ohired people of the south
ilo, . :':( r Shauer, of 1 f'-tiry. wa
IV! an d executor of I li" will.
i!..v. II. ll.stc a u:r. in bis I'.Citll vi
iit ihe tiiae the w ill wa drawn.
Another Troy Crove Estate.
.iobn A. ! '"in. amdlier Troy Gro.c1,
;(.;. ii!,.ir , (;i,., without bsniiK a v"l ,
I ,.nJ titir leotti'a: in Ihe probate f:ir' j
inpliea'ioii v.a utade I . have tha o: I
t:it. i ! 1 1 ; arte: cil. X' r. ixien :ii ice.
time oi l.is li'-'t'da-, owned ?L'.rnj
wnrth f f personal proneay consist. in ' ,
of ri -.('(, c.i. - li, farm machinery audi
elevator company shares. The prop-
. sty will be diviib d among tho widow
it. I four (loPIieii. His death oci ur
red November 2'a, IfiHi.
ho
tam e from I hat of Mi -is Ililnii h.
Again "ii Sunday January 7, U.-ffaiiv
endeavored to entice the young girl
A membi r of the Illinich family dis
covered him and saved ihe Intended
ietitu from further wrong (long.
On Tuesday Beflany was arrested
At the hrariir.i this afternoon he re
fused to testify in dis own behalf, j r
. Attorney Uicholson had charge of il
; case.
! Held to Grand Jury.
j neffaiiy was hold to the grand juii
, with a bond of $l,,""h His countrv
men are ( nili-ava ring in secure hi
' fre-ulom. Ileffany, it is. alleged, has .
:pa-t that may he uncovered by
t grand jury.
ti
CITY POOL ROOMS MOST
I KEEP CURTAINS DRAWN
To
Men He Kept Busy.
"Owens ways he gives employment
to u large number or men." "So ho
does other poonle'tl bill wllegtyC." '
i .. i-.oi ..r
The astofi of the .Ve. oda'ln'i a-e I '
ro- c!fT tn 'ho V ''.""' mark, and 1 '
the rcrort, showed that U wa.t hi ,vju"i,s 1,1 "
tnoBt flourishing condition.
Aim at Highest Things.
e cnliiif rial serene, and yet to
gy nnd hope of higher
oi.-i to bi n whose life
r.d ;o.V--l'e.illilW P.l-ook'i.
Police oPteers of the city were itl
liucted l,:,t eveiMi-.g to inform all
' uropriclor.-i of pool rooms to place no
i obstruct ions on the windows of th
' t-lii-c, of business.
j Washington. Jan. 12. The way
! clear for President Wilson to continue
bis eftorts toward peace. That. is tho
interpretation put upon the Entente
note today bv administration ollicials
ami neutral diplomats hero.
The terms stated in Ihe Entente
not.- are only slightly greater demands
than wore forecasted. The statement
in the note that the Entente Allies be
hove thnt peao'is impossible at tho
present moment, because of the impos
sibility of adequate assurance of "re
paration, restitution and such guaran
tees to which they are entitled," is
aided as the greatei-t cheek the
move-i low.ird peace have received.
Information reaching' here today
thru official sources, but informally
was, to the effect that the note would
have been a more definite rejection of
the idea of peai e at this time had v
not been for the counol of the niili
r.ry chiefs of the Entente govern
ni'Tds. The military leaders it was
said, stated flatly that it was entirely
eironeous to suppose that Germany
nnd her allies were near starvation or
in present danger of being rrushed.
This fact, if was said, (did more to
lietanor the tone of the Entente not"
tl A pawn (heck was found ii the than any other,
'dulling el' John Walsh, who died at! The German note to neutral cnur
' the hospital a few .lavs ago. The j trios, expected Io reach here today.
!,hed. was issued by Sam Knglander official:', beliovo takes much cf tt,"
for liftv cents on a watch. As yet at-1 'pvmh" out of tho Entente communl
,,,(.' o. wi tho rotMtives ot ciCo'i. It flatly puts the blame fo-
Walsh have iboen futile. The chock ! the beginning of the war on its cne
was issued to J. Porans, which loadu mios, roitorites its absolute sinc r.ty
the authorities here to believe that ' in its original peace offer, ouostions
Walsh was an assumed name. i the mneerity of its enemies, t-tatco
Tito check was issued on December that the wa- a'ms of the Central pow
2!'i PHe,, a few davs hefore Walsh j ers have been attained already, tmd
came to this city. ' winds up for ever the attempt to se
. (euro a peace discussion thru direct
I diplomatic exchanges between the bcl
I ligerents.
FOR LOVERS OF SKATING, Fulled States is concerned, in the
' i opinion of some hu-li administration
in South Oltawa. wai n'm.inH and Ihe majority of neutral
Hooded yesterday afternoon at .1 :0J 'diplomats in Washington, is to put up
o'chKk for s-kaiing putpusos. Cow-, n (j,e Khouldcrs cf the Presid-nt tho
mlsaioner Patrick J. Meagher, who . .,),,, i ootiai bilitv of any further
has nils work in charge, stated that.
the
PAWN CHECK IS FOUND IN
IN CLOTHING OF DEAD MAN
ALLEN PARK IS FLOODED
Alien Park,
responsibility
work in charge, stated that ,nVP toward pea That this nmve
wn'er used for the Hooding of the i vin m, ninri, M mo, ally certain, altho
windows or their I park was taken trom tno city niiiuii. j , PX!U.t form cannut eo lorecae.ica
llv iio'tfiiu.i that' The water Is a creat deal warmer!
n.. In li'io were (i:'iler"d re'llOVed, 111
v,-("r . c'cm;d:,iug wiili the mandate of g-ound. Water may be pumped from I
CLinmls.sloner Palmer. jlhe Illinois river for Hooding tho rank.
l-e'iioved. In than td.e iroten rtronnu, ami instead oi -itM ,miv ), rvenue toward pei,
m-onrietors 1 free.-.inu', it was absorbed into th" .;, efforH of President
t Continued o" Taae C.)

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