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111 lULbDAY, MARCH 12, 1318. OTTAWA L'ltEK TRADE K-JOUKXAL. rAOL tunn GOVERNMENT CALLS UPON 901 OILS TO DO FARM WORK City and Vicinity News PICTURES OF SANDIf SOCIETY NOTES o transacted PLAN DOES. NOT PROPOSE THAT GIRLS LEAVE HOMES, COMMIT TEE EXPLAINS. BUT THAT THEY LEARN ACRICUL TURE. E ARE 1 Chicago, March 12. Organization of Illinois school girls Into a power ful reserve force to solve I he farm labor problem has been suggested to school (ductals by a committee, repre senting the Council of National De fense. 100,000 Jobs Open. llliuoia has lost loo.UOO farm work ers, who must be replaced. This was tlie declaration of llurtldge I) ! Caili't Jones of Strcalo I business in this city today. i Miss Ciace Milligau of K.ist Ottawa returned to her home in this c ity last Illigllt lifter spending tlie week end with relatives in Chicago Attorney Charles llclmig uf I'eru. ! was an Ottawa business visitor .today. RATHER'' T- Tress na8 returned home uf- iter spending two weeks in Mt. Vein on. Ohio, where he was called by the j illness of his sister. Senator l'eter Coleman of La Salle : was an Ottawa visitor today. Mr. mid Mrs. Mutt Shanley of lltieai'he lecture men t.y are rejoicing over the arrival of u son (the. auditorium of the TO 0. I. S. AUDIENCE1; JENS JENSEN, LANDSCAPE GARD NER, TALKS BEFORE OTTAWA WOMAN'S CLUB ILLUSTRATES LECTURE WITH SLIDES. A large number lecture given of people attended Jens Jensen in hi"1! school last at their ftoine Saturday evening'. Mrs. : Shunley was formerly Miss Elsie War ren of this city. Attorney Robert Lurkin of Streatur was an Ottawa business visitor today. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cray Carrel moved today from 1212 Ottawa Ave., to ;'.07 South Christie street. Roger. Nichols of liury, lnd., a form er Ottawa resident, is spending a few Hutlcr.'days visiting friends In this city. evening. The entertainment was Federal State director of tlie boys' working reserve. "the only means of replacing these men Is by the employment of boys. March IS is national enrollment day for all boys between 10 anil 21 years of age, "Roys unable to work will be given mi exeinutlon badge. One-ninth of the crops of the United States is raised in!home fru111 I'hU'uRO after Illinois, and I am sure that 12.0UUllil prohibition convention 'appreciated by all those who were for tunate enough to bo present. Mr. Jen-! jbeu is a landscape gardener t Inter-! I national fume, and the beautifully i colored slides used to illustrate his talk wore some of the finest ever shown in this city. Previous to the lecture two solos were rendered by .1. S. Ruff tier, both of which were enthusiastically re- I. S. . tlrooks spent yesterday in Chicago on business. Mrs. It. M. Ilulligan has returned to her home on Superior street, after ! pastor of the First Methodist church. I .-ls-nding a few, days in Chicago. j '''- Jensen devoted tlie most of his, Mrs. William Johnson has returned ' talk to tin! sand dunes, lie carried. Tli- tin iii'ji r of tin- lloiif ami Con- Mivation I pari incuts of tin- Ottawa' Woman's Club held u St. Patrick's dnv' Ichrutioii and lum been ib-mnnstr.i-i tion i-icrd.iy at the home. i,f Mi., i Daniel MeCaithv, mi Congress street. About sixty ladies attended. The .house was beautifully decorated in i American and Irish lings. An ex. cl ient St. Patrick's day program con l rt-ting of the fallowing numbers, wan given: i "Star Spangled Jiauuer." I "St. Patrick's Day in the Morning'' Miss Alma Ilutierliold. j "Irish Love. Song;" "Irish Folk I Sunn" Miss Sadie Kenny. Paper, ' St. Patrick" Mrs. Dan Mc ! Carl by. i Irish Character Dances-.Misses Es 'ther Farrell, '-Catherine and Marearot l.ueiy. Talk Miss Preston, or DulYalo Rock sanitarium. Following the program a four-cour.se bnchenn was demonstrated. The table was set with four covers, one .ourse being prepared for serving at each place. Refreshments of'tea and Imperfect Flapjack. The Toledo p.la.le MutiU tli.it it re- Millies div-.iiil -, ni-t- iifitr .-aMio' 'to make tli.- Il.ipiiiek (i Tlifiv ' lull it l.t; . ..lii.-iluie; v i-t.HT Wl'li Ibe'l'.i. 0 J le.. fitipiliek if ll ,,t ; -; e. U,.r.. i, ' ilou.-itMii, ;,ft. r ih,. f,.iui!, !l.ipj;irl. on,. ih Horns me m.j as a l.oiliplet oi rain bows Mini ili.-n to dream. Houston l-t. I ol . of P" if I.' '. tu.illv ii, i 1 1 1 r in. i, h'l, -III:" I'" ,.a pie I l, -Uie r l on !' . broke. I.em it,. i-iaa supply m Kesirve. Mother loci ju-t iini-!,,,, wa-liini: her hair. v. Inn on;- i.c-Ldihnr entend. "My," she exclaimed, "ynii have belli" ilt'ul hiiir." I'luTlic, who v:is star.! intr ic-ir. brot.o out s:.yin:: "W'-ll, lint's not :i!t; .-.he h.-i-.- more in en d' dresser." I 'hieauo Tribuiie. A i iii h in ui,, ,Ui in ,i I1 '- n wii-e : b.s O'V M par. i".- n io,r ; t, If imitated.. t line !P- may i I the Cut Tins Out It Is Worth Money HOV'I MISS I Ills, t ut out thl J ' in I i . M llll ,,e ,lt,i tll.lil it tU lev ,v t o. 2V.., !-(Mie,l A'e. Chi 111 writ !ii,' i,ur inuiie and ad i i iily You Mil receive in rt a lii.il i:nk.i;;i cotitaininri Ii in. y and Tar Compound, fo bs. iiiMs, and croup; Foley Kid I ills. o- pain in sides and back; mat ism, backache, kidney an ,-foi iv lint l.nou In arii I llll . on. ney t'ifi 'ad'h-r niineiits; at.d Foley CathartiJ r.i..'- I-:. lear.sins ah?.rt!e, for constipation J ' illiou'.-.ie headi'che and sluggish bowels. For sal- by W. I Duncan. rle tli.it can't . t i'- Don't Foryet to Attend Tlie dame given by Division No. 7. A. ). II. Friday evening. March l"i, at the Armory, lleutrieh's orchestra. We RAGS WANTED will pay o (ell's i"r pound fm rni: at Mi s i.incp lci -in Crv FOR FtFTCHLR'S CAS"ORIA I I Subscribe for the Free Trader-Journal ceivnl. Mr. .leiisen was introduced to the audience bv Rev. C. A. itriggs, Jr., I shamrock cakes, were used. hid with f.'ieeu icitif to nor tioine inuiis tuy after spend-j a great many ing several days in Chicago. 'Changes uf the L. M. Chainberiin has returned ' tltiy to the next attending 1 night makes so many changes held at formation of the dunes it is . . . , . . . sum boys will leave for the farms. slides, showing t lie sand dunes from one The wind in a single Chicago this Summer itll(! Sherman hotel in Chicago. Mr. in the impos , from Not Ready for Women. "We are not prepared tu urge wo men to go on the fiirms Just yet. Rut we cau get the hoys, who can be re placed by women. "When the time comes to call the Rlrls for farm labor they will he well prepared by courses in farm craft in the (schools. ,Thl.s was the verdict of the Illinois branch or the Woman's Land Army on the official garb of farmerettes in New York. Even beneath Old Sol's most burning glances they believe in artistic attire. Miss RuriH'tte Rudiiii'le uf the or ganization department of the wom an's committee- dunned New York's costume yesterday to demonstrate its deficiencies, o a mere man it seemed most serviceable. None the less it failed to pass the censorship. "Too slouehy," said one of the com mittee. "The coat should 1e slit so as to provide a riding costume," said another. Miss Helen Eraser of the Woman's Land Army of New England will speak on the work accomplished in the ''container "back to the land" movement over-lale within seas. Officers for the Illinois branch or The Woman's Land Army of America Chamberlin was a delegate to this convention. Mrs. Phillip Joy and baby of De troit, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Cather ine Joy and family on Superior street. Mraud Mrs. C. F. (inuJiii have re turned to Ottawa alter spending a six weeks honeymoon In Florida and oth er southern points. FULL MASURE FOR FRUITS IS RULING OF DIRECTOR STEAD County Clerk llach who under a new law is county sealer has received the following Instructions from W. If. Stead, director of trade and commerce ut Springfield: 1. All stiles of blackberries, blue berries, , raspberries, gooseberries, cherries, currants, strawberries and siniila berries, small fruits and veg etables in quantities of oAe bushel or j lis. shall In by the bushel, oneiiu.lf bushel, one peck, one half peck, one- i pint and one half , ! standard interior capacity of ; bushel, one-half bushel, one peck announced yesterday Include: Mrs Medlll McCortnick. president; Mrs. Tiffany Illake, vice president; Mrs. Augustus Pea body, treasurer; Mrs. (!. S. n. Steward, secretary. Training camps are to be establish ed for the young women anxious to go into agriculture, and there will he working units throughout, the state. One will he sent to the dairy district, another to stu gardening. fly vegetable truck BRING BODY OF JOHN FIELDING TO OTTAWA John Fielding, well known t'oinier Ottawa resident who died Saturday evening in Chicago following an ill ness from pneumonia wha buried this morning from the Rock Island train to St. Columlm cemetery In this city. The deceased was born in this city tiO years ago. and went to Chicago iyer 20 years ago to reside. While fourth luck, iptart pint dry measure. 'i. All boxes, baskets, measures, and old, used or offered for the state must be of the one one- hair peck, one-fourth peck, one (uar, one pint and one half pint dry meas ure, to-wit : One-half pint sluill contain Pis cu. In. One pint shall, contain ."'!. 6 cu. in. One ijuart shall contain 07.2 cu. in. One-fourth peck shall contain KM. 4 cu. in. One-half peck shall contain 'JiiS.S cu. in. One peck shall contain 5117,0 cu. in. One hall' bushel shall contain 1,075.21 cu. In. One bushel shall contain 2,1 .". I cu. in. Provided, that all growers, shinpers, package dealers, wholesalers, retail ers, including fruit stand dealers, ped dlers and all others who have pur chased or contracted for vvino quart boxes baskets, measures or contain ers, in good faith, on or before March I", 1 ! I shall be allowed to' use thcni during tlie year of P.'IS; provided, tlmt this ruling shall not apply to cities, towns of villages where, by silde. for any spot to be the one season to the next. A great deal of lime was given ty pictures of hundreds of flowers of dif ferent varieties, and colors, growing In the sand dunes. These (lowers vary I in size, sliape and color. Some are oi ithe dainty variety of the early woods flowers, while others an hardy cultivated garden Mower Mr. Jensen spoke at length on city gardening, and showed slides of gar dens tliHt tiad been laid out in Chi cago, lie advised the people of Ot t iwa to have individual gardens, rath cr than cit- gardens. In a town ol 'this size, where the people practically all have lawns with garden spaces, 1 there is plenty of room for everyone in the city to have a garden. If, how lever, the people of this city do prefer to have large city gnnletrs, they were j advised to let the school children j start lirst by planning making tlieii ; gardens. I At the closo of his lecture Mr. Jen ; sen showed a number of beautiful slides of Staged Rock and spoke at length on the beauties of this park. lie siKike strongly against ilie hold ' ing of dances at the park and the com j inerciuli.itii; of the park generally, and ; advised the people of Illinois to keey the park for the beauty of nature 1 (lod had .given them in Illinois. A slide of tlie song "Illinois," wat j thrown on the screen at the dose ol j the lecture anil the audience rose and ! sang the state hymn. j LOVE OF GAME ! WILL AID WINNERS Judge and Mrs. II. W. Johnson en 'ertained at their home on Kast Main street last evening- with an informal dinner last evening in honor of Mr. uid Mrs. .lens Jensen. Following the dinner the guests attended the lee ure given by Mr. Jensen at the hiv.li school. Teddy Sampson in. 'Her American Husband WEDNESDAY William S. Hart in 'Between Men' (Five Parts) THURSDAY THE 'Italian Battlefront' Tonight Olga Petrova THE LIGHT WITHIN ordinance, fruits tire required to be living In Ottawa he was einpolyed as, sold by standard avoirdupois weight a printer at tho Free Trader. 'or by numerical count. Surviving he leaves two brothers, j Dennis Fielding of Streatnr. Charles Fielding of Danville, and two half sisters. Misses Nellie aiuj Annie Du blin, living on Ottawa avenue. CHICAGO MARKETS Chicago market report furnished to the Free Trader-Journal bv W. I,. Ktnyre, member of Chicago Hoard of . sweeping and fur-reaching iuvestlgu- GIVE NAVY CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH Washington. March 12. The I'nlted States navy was this afternoon given a clean bill of health when a sub-coin-inittco of the house naval affairs com mittee submitted its report following (Continued from page 1.) j to interest In your candidacy. You j can't give what you don't possess and ' unless you feel conlidcnce. energy and 'enthusiasm you cannot u rouse inter , est Mining your friends. Whenever : you feel your spirit Hugging refresh !it witn one of these thoughts. ! You know the prizes are worth a whole lot of effort. ' Hvcry single candidate meets with a disappointment now and then. Ii j a friend whom you expect nothing ol 1 may surprise you the other way. Try I him. i A Hard Fight Wins Friends. ; If you are a hard lighter, if you itiiake your struggle for the big prize ' warm and inn ! want to help you. ! it is their campaign as well as yours. The normal man likes a pood light and you can make, him feel that he lis an active Important, perhaps de termlnlng factor in a real man-sized prize for the winner,. If you are a leader, a thinker, mi organizer, a worker, you can clip out the nomination coupon in this paper, send it in. get busy and come out on top, Santa Maria Cjitrt. Daughters of Isabella, w ill hold a regular meeting , his evening at S o'clock in the nights of ( . nliiinlius hall. All, nieni 'lers are urged ut attend as a very tiiiiMtl'fntit linuin,.u ui.tuinii u ill lio quite like the . . . , Tho members of the Conservation Committee of the Ottawa Woman's "lnli uitertained Mr. and Mrs. Jens 'ensen, or Chicago, at u luncheon at. ho Clifton hotel esterday at one j'eloi-k;. Covers were laid lor six illests. Forty Indies of St. Francis parish '.eld an all-day meeting today at the mine of licv. Father Casimir Miller, n the St. Fiancis rectory. The day ,vas .-M'iit in working Tor the. Ued Jross, sewing hospital garments, knif ing end making surgical dressine. V picnic luiu heon was served at noun. ' The ladies will meet in tlie various ionics in the parish one day cu h j veik to do Red Cross work. j Word has been received in Ottawa , f the linn-rinse of Miss Sura Kenning ; on and Ralph Lowrie of Indianapolis, vliich took place at the home of the iride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William 'enniiigton, in Indianapolis on Tues lay evening. .March 5tb. About lifiy if the close friends and relative's of lie contracting parties witnessed the Treinony. Mrs. Nowrie was uiiaUenil 'd, and was handsomely gowned in mi 'very satin gown trimmed in rose -mint. lace, a veil and carried a show er bouquet or roses and lillies of the 'alley. Following the ceremony, a 'vcddiiis; supper was served after which Mi. and Mrs. I.ovvrie departed 'or California and other western loiuts on ;i honey moon trip. Miss Kcuninglon is well known in this ity. She was employed tis designer it Miss Tuberty's uiilliin ry store luring the past year, coming to Ot awa from the Gage sinp in Chicago. Mr. I.owrle is a traveling salesman 'or tlie Kellogg Co., ut Dayton, Ohio, it which place they will make their future home. Gayety Theatre T-O-N-I-G-H-T Allien Film Corporation Presents MACISTE Hero of Cabiria IN 'The Warrior' l NOT A WAR PICTURE) A MIGHTY BUT MERRY HERO In Seven Parts of Novel and ThriJI. ing Entertainment THE NOVELTY PICTURE OF THE YEAR N. Y. American say,-:: "Douglas Fairbanks has a rival. PRICES, 15 Cents and 25 Cents We Pay Your War Tax i r PETROVA AT HER BEST FAR SURPASSES ANYTHING SHE HAS YET OFFERED WONDERFUL BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION 5c AND 15c FIRST SHOW 6:45 TOMORROW Violet Mersereau THURSDAY ' Clara Kimball Young imi as GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR SHOP The Quality Shop We Carry a Full Line of Laces, Polishes, Insoles, etc. mew r 102 Madison Streel College Building : INTERESTING PEOPLE MAY PETERSON From a Methodist Choir to the Metropolitan Opera House (Reprint from the American Magazine, February, 1918) A ho Ut thirty youiiR ladies attended he nit c t,iti.u ' tho YmniK Woman's esiing. people will j Missionary (.iuihl of the First Cuiire They will feel that : Rational churi'li held last evening in 'he parlors of the church. A picnic supper was .served at G::!0. Tlmis slonary study for the. evening vvaH postponed until the next regular ineet iiiK, and the time was Bpent, in' nuik hill surgical dressings 1'or tlie' lied Cross. ,ss Uretchon Farnsworth Hcled as host run. Trade, Moloney huihlins. phone 1011., (,'wi respondent Unison llros.' fi Co., Chicii;;u. Upen. IfiiUi. Low. (Hose, 1.2T4 1.27 1.27 1.27H 1 tlun that lasted over a period of three months. Corn May .... March .. Oats May . . Mar ... FOUR PARIS RAIDERS ARE BROUGHT DOWN i.i "tie The Ctoplun cluh of the Kirst .Me thodist church will hold a meeting; on Thursday evening March 1 1 til. In the parlors of the church. All nieuiliers are ui'i'd to attend. Te evening will hi' spent. In sewing for the Ued Cross. ! Mrs. (l"re U. DeZouehe will In; uis N. Saho, prominent man ol.jhoiess. ,1. Is dead at the home of his, ; VILLAGE CLERK OF UTICA DIES MONDAY M-'H 1 HO a: 9 Pi Kilter, Mrs. II. .. Diclunan. His do nilse came Monday as the result of a i complication of diseases. 1 1 was v 1'urls, March 12. Four of the tier-1 Vt-''".v popular yoiini; man, well liked man aeroplanes that took part in lusl j '' 1,11 ' acituainlanees. His 1111 night's raid on Paris were shot down, I 'cly death will he mourned hy many It was olliclally announced today. It!l,f l,ls friends and relatives, ol Clica had nrevlously heen renorted that, one ! Hl"1 8irruiiHHn eities. Mahometan "Marriagei." . According to Arnhhiii hlst.irlnns. Mlllloniet hnil nnlr tilim l.w Ininidilnn wha shot down In flu miu nmt ' f'OUIS N. Silbo WHS horn XoV. 2"(ll however, cannot lie regm-ded as' wives" Its occupants captured, !1m- ln ,':,,'4Wnr,K' ,,,W!K At ""' n' nt nil. Thus Mnhouiel. after he be-: ' i,UH''' ,m resided lor I lie rest of his cam an vd limn, worried, or mtlwr I um .m.o.i , .,...." s ' i''.cieu 10 me ouice 01 , ... .. ph.- iiu v.u.u.i tin; aiu miin llf ,, ,,,,. , . uian, worried, or rather adopted, Aycslin, Hie Heveu-veur-old 1:111 ui or. 111s ruithhil rrleml, Aim Hnkr. Aanln lie' married cr ndmiiieU to Ida! household a scolding uid widow, vboin I uumr buu Aim i.nkr refused to re ceive, Among Mahometans luurrlnKe has a different inclining tW that which U has urmmg Americans. It; often means merely a tie of guardian whip or jirotectlou. Custorhi. When Ilaliy was sick we avu her Caiilorla. When she w.us a Cast or iu. When she heeaine Custoria. The Westminster (luihl ol the Kiri-t Presliytiriiin church held a meet ir,'.r las! evuiiiu ut the home of Mrs. II. II. Wolslc'il on Catherine street. Kour- , teen auests were present. A study of a chupter of the missionary hook 1It.1t ,ls liriii',' studied by tin- iirnanizatiou. vdis 1 (inducted hy Mrs. K, K. Tucker, and liyht refreshinenls were served hy 1 lie hostess. 0:1 next Monday 1 ve illilll-. March iMh. the ini'tnliers of Ihe guild will he entertained a 1 !( thimble 'parly at the homo of Mi.-s Mary Hivwu on K. CtMit.i i- utreet. Child she cried for Miss, she clung to Don't Forget to Attend The dunce ulven by DIvlHlon No. 7, A. O. H. Friduy evening, Murch 13, ut tbo Armory, Hcntrlvb'v orchestra. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY, (Main want add auction page five.) WANTED A canoe In Kood condi tion. Notify Goodyear Sho Shop. FOH SALE An oak side-board; good as new; cheap if taken at once, rhoue 933-X or luriuire 809 Clinton, St. Springs, .smugs. village clerk four, consecutive term.- which lie held 111. the time of his dentil. He was also assessor lor two lernis, having one year more on his last term to serve. He leaves surviv ing his lather, Charles I,. Subo; four sisters, Mrs, II. L. Diekman, of I'tica; Mrs. .1. S, Todd, Chicago; Helen and Susan, iulli of Chicago; ami one brother, who Is now In the United StateB navy. The funeral will be held Wednes- duy afternoon nt 2:110 o'clock from tho Dickinan home, to the ihiptibt church. The body will he Inhumed In Subscribe- for tun Free Trader Journal. Oak UM cemetery, tor rcisuUB. (Jul in Oshkosh. Wisconsin, they' think 1 hit " "old Parson l'e!crsoti'.s ir. .May." i a!nmi the fimt girl there ever wiis. They are still talking about, 'lew-ay she used in sing to them ill her fat lu-i s revivil ineciiiigs, and how she led the church choir when" she was hard'y more than a mile. And they speak tenderly about the way she came back to theni after! studying In "foreign purls,." sinking for them before! she sang for any other people, running in to chat, ui-' if she hadn't been away at all and no! putiing or' any airs, as traveled people are apt to do The musical circles of New York, Paris, and count a less other big centers are talking about "old Par son Peterson's girl. .May," too. She is appearing ai a prima donna with tlie .Metropolitan (iran.l Open Company in New York this season. She has suut'jj witn 1 lie opera i.oniuiue in raris, iiiui win sing iticn again when the great war is done. She has heel heard in concert the country over. And they talk her musical friends, ol how she reached the top 0' her profession unaided, of her eagerness 10 hel those less fortunate than herself, of her simplicity her faithfulness to Ideals, her generosity, und of he glorious "Voice. May Peterson is a "gulden rule" girl. You ca see it vvritte 1 in the shinning blue eyes, the tendci II rm mouth wiiii us understanding mnllc., her dia aclerl'ul lac in r stroiiK hands, her radiance. , . "1 have a Methodist voice," says Miss Peterso' "How could I help having luck'.' Perhaps you do m see that, singing at a country revival meeting to tl accompaniment, of a wheezy organ could have an thing to do with grand opera. 1 consider it valuable foundation fur 111V prcfessioti I c had. My father taught ine that my voire was not in own at all, ,blii a precious gift 'o make ol.hers hi pier and belter. He said thai' Ii was only ,111 in-iTf llT'tit to convey the message uf the song to those wll heard, and that I mm,: forget nil nboul myself. ,111 sing so clearly and sweetly til. 11. the message woiik reach their hearts. "His simple teachings have alwavs slaved wi'b me No matter how complicated or dillieuli the Ming 'u day, it is my aim so to lose myself in It that my audi ence will feel the vrryou! of the music," her early teens her lather died, leaving in r hi own reso trees and to help c,ire for her aioili"!' her biotli -rs and slsler-t. For t-evetal y:ars she ,'d in musical work 111 Onikosn, tlieii t 111 .-a- ie mo? d i:iv 'ri'ii in music. Then, th' i'e were vocal students to rcinpany, i iel many other Jobs of like, nature for n alert and willing M lo do. And all the whilo er 'alcohol lamp, over 'which she would cook her u'uls, her deftness with Ihe needle, her content with linple tings, aided materially ln keeping down tho igh cost of living, When Miss Peterson returned' for a Visit to Auieri 11. she vv as advised to try for the operatic stage. The 'lomdit !i::d never before entered her mind. Would er mot her care? She herself believed, on thinking over, that 'pi ra would give her greater oppor inity to extend her usefulness. So she went hack to he little home town. to her mother and laid her proh nil before her, ami together they decided that what ver should come would lie right. May Peterson had never ,un;i with an opera coin any of any sort, nor with an orchestra, when she lade her debut 011 the operatic si age. It was shortly fler she had relurind lo Paris; 'the second manager 'ho hail heard her voice had offered her a chance 0 sing "M;iuou" at a festival week in Vichy at a ihulous remuneration. Of course, she could do it. ut she did ion tell htm that It was to he her first ppearaiiee. When she arrived at Vichy on the great, day she iiind herself placarded as a prima donna from the let ropolit.-ui Opera Company in New York. She was rtilied. Then, beeatiM! the director considered her 1 great a singer, he had decided not to have a dre s learsal. Poor .May Peterson. She s'ood shivering the wluns until they pushed her oil. o tug ".-elf wild all my heart.'' ?he (nought ' n- threw her verv into the note", i nd her fears in the, music, jus; as her told her il was her ilu'y to do when she nt hi. revival meetings ;m a litile gilt, lit; was done, the audi' ii:-,: rose in ovation railed back again and again. IVte'-Min's suive-s in opera I she h.is never ijiiesttolicd l inn rself sing lu th-'r ha I llli ll Ml ll 'en tie- -id she svi: l-'rom t iiat day on M iss as been phemniienal. an In leu am elli. go. agei l-'iual, Local Markets. per lb,. 2i!(.e. per Hi., KiV'. Oid roosters, per Hi., I j-.i I meks, per lb HuVjc. (li'CSe, per 111., ISiIl-C, TiirkevH. per lb., 'iV. P, S. butter, per lb,.". Itiiticr. irewh country, per lb., VI. llggs, h'rictly fresh,, per do,., 2S. Cream, per lb., Hie. she wen going i well do I! ill il for Italy, with an alcohol lump, itil t " faith in Ihe tli'l'itaite Ol llll catiie 10 ll,'!' that if to give her life lo iniis'c. she lubrtit ,i big way. So she lett. one line day i ln'ei- linndi ed dollar,, In her lmckei . coud health. a.n'.Mi ion. ami tin ab I'lindin ss of lliini'..-.. which we're tin home, I'or live yeiirs Miss Peterson earned her lessons and hei living in l-'i ati"C, then lteiiin and Parisi-Singing position in the. Aiip'rlcau churchi opened up to her. Mlii.- found foreigner win vvihlp-d lo learn Kng li:li, mid parents who wanted her to teaeii iheir chil- 'lat ii h;',s Ih-i-ii sent her so that siie may do more ood and brnj; more happiues-. in ihe vv-irl.i. Her ngageineiii with tin- Me' ropolii.in Opera Company. hit ll ciime un.-oilgiu, proves, .-lie sa.vs, "wliat u fib'l villi old-lashuined .Met mutism in r voice can u. The life of this grand opera singer with a Medio list voice is i viviiiety ..impie. l-'rom i-ittlr v-thirty very moniing iinul evening. eeipt on Sundays nmt -5.iturd.iy i'fiei :10 ms, - he is busy , t her practicing jU'd hi r 1 i-rceiiiig, r,. ina 1 1, sue 1.- um uu tom-erl toitr "I should lo',e nothing b' tter ;u the liarrv ami nave quae' 11 1'"- r cu-i'i"-". elel'-ell. "bill then I .voilid hnv sitii-lnu. 1 'lo not iiesi-- ih.it ,1 o do that tie Aorlo. I would lie llll! ies of a null. No on" ran bring happmr-, ne stitrsiiig my u i Inline, and I could i-nperlv can." -11F.T l'Y irld than to h;l Miss- .ve up my h:n a right ; .mil good into UlO y if 1 entered Upon not combine them 1 - SHANNON. Miss Peterson Will Sing Tuesday Evening, April 2, at the High School Auditorium !l...l.""".!.JJl.Hl.