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Established 1840 OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 1830 FREE TRADE NAL THE WEATHER t Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday, Cooler Thursday with northerly winds. VOLUME LV-NO. 100. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. WKDMCSDAY MAi.CU 1JJ1S. l'KlCE, TWO CENTS. 16) n IMl IjVl R-JOXTR FA ID m DISTRICT ONE ORDERED TO SENDER OAO ADVOCATESlWOMEN ATTEND DISTRICT ONE IIIGRE1IIT OF SELECTS WILL LEAVE' FOR CAMP DODGE FRIDAY i NAMES OF HONOR MEN ARE AN NOUNCED TODAY FAREWELL BEING PLANNED ONLY ONE OTTAWA YOUTH IN LIST TO LEAVE FOR TRAINING. OliawiiH next enirainmeiit ot huli- or men for the National Army will leave here on Friday. March 1-Mli. for Iho cantonment camp at Camp Dodge, la. There will probably bi some fit ting ceremonies arranged by tin; dif ferent patriotic ursuniat ions in the city whi'll the men leave. The fare well accorded tlio boys will probably bo as Brent us those given the other Increments in the full when they left lor i ruining. Only ten of the honor men will leave ut this time, und this little baud will go to lill up the vacancies of boy? from this district. Wcrtl was received by tlie local exemption board this morning to m ild ten registered nun in the deferred quota to (Jump Dodge, Iowa, on Fri day, Mureii l.'ith, to lill the vacancies or men .sent home by the medical offi cers at. the cantonment cam;) on ac count of j physical defects. The ten men to go at this time will be: Harry V Anton K. Theodore Clarence MHsel, Mendola. Malaski, Chicago. (J. Muliried, Chicago. II. Oast, Earlville. A. Hillings. Kearlvillo. Chester Frank Fry. Mondota. Peter .M:ick, it. It. 2X,' Ottawa. Joseph Hall, Sheridan. 'William Ullrich, Seneca. John F. Si rut hers, Ott.iwu. The men will mobilize at, nine o'clock on Friday morning, March lf-th, at the ollk'es of the exemption board on the fourih floor of the Court House, and will leave Ottawa on the 11:11! llock island train lor Dcs Moines, la. Volunteers for Service. Henry C. Stnimanii of Mendota was voluntarily inducted into the scrvho today and will be scut this evening to Cbauute Field, llantoul, as a ma chinist hi the Signal corps, AviaPon Section, of ilu; National Army. The call for a machinist in the awn lion was received by the local exemp tion board several days ago, and Mi. gtrumniin volunteered to go. No Word for More Men. No definite date lor the etitrainnient of tho deferred quota ot men from this district, has been received here by the local exemption hoard. There arc sllll H!) men In the deferred quoin to go from here, and indications from iho messages given out to the press from Washington ure that ihe re mainder cf the deferred quotas will go to camp soon alter March 2'Jth. SHOW BOCHE MASK IN OTTAWA STORE A gas mask lorn Irom its German . owner at tho moment of its greatest need Is being exhibited today In the windows ot tho May store on La Salle ' struct. Sent to Ottawa by I. lent. Kos-' well Pcttlt, the mask Is attracting, widespread interest from pasaersby. i Besides Iho mask, Dr. Pelt It's me-j nieuto of No Man's Land Includes a I liu conlaiuei. The outfit is complete , hi every detail and bears the naiiioj ol' N. I'nclinlckl und an ' Inscription 1 M. (J. K. It. II II. J. The Inscription! might hine some reference to ma-! ehlno gun corps. On another pluce ij 'Inscribed K i II OK. That tho mask; forsook its owner in the big crisis Is1 evidenced by the hint from its new' possessor that the wearer was a good Heche, liku those famous good Indians of pioneer days. 1 After It has been exhibited in Ot tawa tho mnsk will .be sent to Con- ftresBinun Kuiucy. a personal friend of Dr. PiJttlt'i;, who will retain it as ft war1 trophy. Try tho True Trader Jouruul Wuul-Ads . (or result. GET WORD TODAYITERROR TO GERMANS TEII INTO MP: , - E i DR. PETTIT DESCRIBES EFFECT i : "LADIES FROM HELL" HAVE UPON THEIR FOE OTTAWA i OFFICER AGAIN UP ON FRONT LINE. I lie terrorization proceeding a rush of the ISIack Wat eh. Scotland's famed "Ladles From Hell" brigade, and the effect it has upon the Germans is told in Dr. Rosweil Peak's latest letter home From "somewhere over there." Dr. Pettit says Sum Withe's article on what, might happen in the Mississippi i Valley ''struck him in the chest'' with its potent possibilities of bringing the war near to home. He also has some-j tiling to say of lioehe butchery, ltut above all else he says that when thei big show starts in the spring hoj knows the Yanks will give a good ac- i counting of themselves and that noth ing will stop them. His letter follows: February s. Dear Father: Your letter of Dec. 31st reached me yesterday and the pictures show ing ihe snow siorm were very in teresting. It must .have been u.no storm, und together with the coal shortage, conditions must be qui'e serious. I have received several pacing'.) of Ottawa papers during the pu -(, week and was quite interested in rending several of my letters u you. I am sure thai t have no objection to you publishing them if they jr; of general interest. I also recek several copies of the Saturday Evening- Post, it's ail war, war. 'va-, isn't it? When the (usually ! is start coming in it will begin to 'n ve a personal interest to those at home, but I must say that from what I ran gather from the paper and magazines, the American ,peo pic are show Inn a wonderful spirit and I can't help feeling proud I hat 1 am an American, When tin; big show starts, probably this Spring, I know the Yanks will give a good account of themselves - not at lirst, as they haven't been 'hardened !o .. i ... 1 1 I.. ... ... sueii ore, inn inter a nit ol season ing nothing will slop them. The French and Dritish think we ; ro going to be wonders, and I have t.) keep putting on the soft pedal all' the lime as I inn afraid they u:o expecting too much of ns. I was in a fairly huge town o. era I days past, and sitting in an ollicers' club reading (lie Salurdav Evening I'ost of Dee. 2"lh. I believe. I hud just finished reading an ar ticle by Samuel G. Ulythe, called "Her Tag lor l's." In this article he lakes authenticated instances of alrocilies in Belgium and northern France and puts them In a Middle West (I'nlted Stales) setting. It 'hil me right in the chest. I never had thought that such a thing might, happen to us at homo, bur the- better I become acquainted whii the fuels, the more convinced I am1 of the fact that such a thing no'ht have occurred. It recalled a : u versatiou I Lad in Washington wiiu Mr. Woefel. head of the W'oelVI Leather Company In .Morris. He told me that twelve years ago he was in a restaurant in Prussia and an army ollicer in making a boust to some of Ills fellows sniil. "First. Fug land und then America." And then I heard the buzz and hum of Scotch bag pipes, and look ing out the window 1 haw the Dlack Watch coining down the street. Tho very name strikes terror Into Ge'r man soul. The lllack Watch! The Tommies speuU tne words with awe nnd reverence mid when the lioehe bear it he either runs or throws up his bauds unless he Is chained to a machine gnu. The lllack Watch Is the fiercest of the Scotch regiments iiiul they huw made Fritz pay dear ly for some of his ulroeltles. Early In the war when the Germans were so cocky they ciucllled n sergeant tCoutlnued uu page 3.j BLACK WATCH. NOTEO nil "11 Mlt BOND ISSUE SEEK FUND FROM COUNTY TO RUSH PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN IN HOPE OF CARRYING $6C,0C0,0C0 HIGHWAY PROPOSITION. A petition for assistance in conduct ing a publicity campaign in support of the fCO.OiHMMjn bond is'sue was pre sented at this morning's session of the board of supervisors by the Lu Sulle County Good Hoads association ami the I.a Salle Branch of the Illinois Good lioails Improvement association. The petition follows: To the Honorable Hoard of Supervis ors, La Salle County: Your petitioners, the La Salle Coun ty Good Roads association and the La Salie County Branch of the Illinois Good Itoads Improvement association desire at this time to call the atten tion of your honorable foody to the necessity of a thorough organized ef fort to acquaint the voters ot La Sulle county with the provisions of the statute passed by the last general assembly providing Jor the raising ofDrace Icr several .weeks to show the GO mlllion.dollars, by a bond issue to i improvement made 'by that brace, bo voted uoon ut the next general I A Streator case is to be removed upon j election for the improvement of Illi- j i nois roads of the provisions of the j (Tito act for the Improvement of roads. ! by State and County Aid and' or the j j Federal Act providing: for government J 'aid for certain deli nod trunk lines.1 j passing through the state and of this iintlmatu relationship and or their great importance to, tho tax payers as a whole. , There is s general lack of Informa tion relative to these laws. The suc .tess of the Gn million bond issue moans much to this county. Besides the return of the cost of improved j roads already constructed In this conn Ity providing they come within the scope or the contemplated improve I nient, .the tax payers will be forever releaved of the burden of building and maintaining trunk lines but will I also have statu aid in the construe- tice of feeders which aid will come ifroin the automobile license fees im- posed according to the provision of jthv- bond act. The only cost to the I county then will be its one-half tost ;of feeders and a portion of this will ')' supplied by funds returned from til" Federal State Aid Road and sec- tinu al'cady completed. It is 'the purpose of your petitioners v it") tin; active co-operation of every ' n, ember of your board to effect an I (r;rmi'ai Ion in every township for ; t'.te p-irpose of disseminating inturma lion r.'lntive to the above acts am M titi'e if possible an endorsement of the HO million bond act at the next! j g.'.vii ia' election. ! To accomplish this result it is no ;ti':oary to raise a limited amount of ; fund i for publicity purposes, i The La Salle County Good Roads , asfoccillcn appropriated to your hon-, ,cri,bb; body I.UMi with which to innki in ceij,-iiH and a survey of the roads of the count. v. Whether the money was' exjetu'ed as contemplated, we have not been advised, but tho results of ' such census or survey was nullified by' snl -st qui nt statu legislation and the abandonment of plans for road im-; piovetnonf contemplated ut that time. The La Salle County Good Roads us-1 sin laCon is now without funds to j conduct a publicity campaign and in i view bf tlie general Interest in good! loads. Ihe Lu Salle County Good Roads j association and the La Salle County Brjineh of the Illinois Good Roads Im-! pi'iivotiient association respectively pe tit iom your honorable foody to appro-j priate the sum of $ to be used) f'r publicity purposes, under the dl-' roc lion and approval of your commit-, too on State Aid Roads. . j Trusting our efforts will meet with your approval and support, we. have; the honor to be, your obedienl servant, LA SALLE CO. GOOD ROADS ASSN. liy A. Richards, Acting Sec y. Illinois Improvement Ass. La Salle County Branch. Phil Saunders, President. I Supervisor Charles spoke In support ! He is survived by his wife, four chil jof the petition, He claimed the $jiio!dren, Barbara. Frank, Dorothy und should he returned to tho Lu Salle ! County Good Roads association nnd ! whatever additional amount the board ! considered advisable. The conimunl- I cation was referred to th committee on llnance, judiciary, miscellaneous. tCouUnuoU on ptifo 'J.) im n i trmn n mm CI N C GROWS: NAM w CHILD WELFARE LEAGUE REP RESENTED AT RYBURN HOS PITAL TO HEAR DR. EAST 14 CASES BEFORE MEDICS. A large number of ladies from the ' Child Wei rare- League, and 1 1 out thej National (.'until Of Defense w en. i present jeMerday afternoon at the In-j funtilo Paralysis Clinic held at. Uv-' UL KJ ! bcrn hospital by Dr. C. w. Lust, a; member of the State lioard of Health.. Tho clinic was a very interesting one in every respect. There were 14 i cases brought for medical exuiuinu-1 Hon and advice. These cases covered i 0 wide range of muscular defects, j brought on by pnral.vsis. In no two ; cases were the children affected In' A considerable number of people the same manner by the disease. j-have entered their own names, com In most of the cases the children inS personally to the otlice to talk needed braces which will be purchas-! w ilu ,lle campaign manager and learn ed at once if the funds can be raised. tliose tirades are quite exueusive The shoe brace costs $lu a pair. audial,ollt lUe niatter of entering this the corset brace costs $bt. The braces! "everybody wins" competition, for for the arms and legs vary in expense but they are also quite expensive. A case Was brought in where the patient had been wearing a corset to, St. Joseph hospital in Springfield this week for treatment, and au Ot tawa case will be taken to the Ry burn Memorial hospital lor similar treatment. - The next infantile paralysis clinic will be held In this city on Tuesday. March "Gib. bv llr I'uui ai Ovl.ni.i. i -i . ---'v v . . 1 1 ti j -.. - .... - - -- --.jj .hospital. All people in the city ihntjthe same liberal lines us the awards, j are interested ure Invited to attend Ghent auto and the jdano are the! this clinic. REJECTED SUlfOR SLAYS SWEETHEART AND HER COMPANION Whitehall. 111., Mar. 13. Mark Saw yer, 2tf, was shot and killed, and Miss Geneva Clark. L'."i, severely wounded, on a Chicago a Alton railroad train near here. The murderers leaped from the train and est aped. Both M.s Clark and Sawyer wen .from Itoadbouse, III. Tho police be lieve tho, murderer was a jilted lover of Miss Clark. RECRUITING OFFICER TO VISIT OTTAWA 1 Sergt. Charles W. Perdue, of the i La Sulle Recruiting station, will be in Ottawa on Thursday, March llib, to receive enllstiuenls in all branches j ol the I'uitcd Stales army. All ! brunches of the service are open for i enlistments ut this lime, for all men i between the u ;es of 21 and .11 years who ure not registered under the se lective draft. The local recruiting office is in the post oflice. where enlistments will be received on March 11th. PHILIP ALT, JR. AURORA ELKS CHIEF Bhllip Alt. Jr. of Aurora, a former Oltawa inau. was elected Grand Ex alted Ruler of. the Aurora Elks at their election recently held. Mr. Alt's record with the Aurora lodge is a unique one. During tlie past thirteen years lie has held ev ery ofll'Mj within tho. gift of that lodge. During that time he has missed but two meetings, and at both of (hose times ho was In the Adirondack moun tains. W. H. EIRICH DIES AT N. SIDE HOME W. H. Eirich died today at noon ut his home. 210 Be Leon street, follow ing uu illness lasting some time. Tito , fumilv hl lll0Vl.d into Ottawa from lDoor Park township only two weeks aco. ! The decedent was born lu Illinois ; thlrly-three years ago, and for a num i her of years had resided in Deer Bark. Charles, his inoiltcr anil two sisters. Veronica of this city and Mrs. Cluru Count of Henry. 111. The funeral service will bo held on Friday morning at 10 o'clock from St. Francis church. Father Casimlf Miller olllelmlng. Burial -will take place ut 8?. Francis cemetery. CANDIDATE'S Wf mm flDB. BBITISH APPEAR N FEW DAYS 'E ' FREE TRADER-JOURNAL'S GREAT; CONTEST IS ATTRACTING COUN-! TY-WIOE ATTENION MANY 'fc ARE ANXIOUS TO WIN PRE- ; MIUMS. v . .- , Names ol prospective candidates in ' The Free Trader-Journals big prize , circulation campaign are now being received from all sections of the lef ( t'kory covered by the contest. And it 0,3 "lily a lll-v or two until the1 '"'st ist- t nominees are announced ; al,d the real business of taking sub-' fcriptions commences. in detail the entire plan of the con- ! test. This-is the 'better ay to go thin one receives the advice of the men emiiloyed by the Fre Trader - , , Journal to conduct the contest, and are able to start, their campaign work with a thorough and complete knowl-jhead" edge of everything pertaining to the race. ; Prizes Are Valuable. j It is not surprising that the peo I pie of Ottawa and vicinity should ! i manifest this unusual interest, in the I campaign for the value of the piizes to be distributed within a few weeks I represents several thousand dollars hiuI Hip ulnn nf tbi c.iniuaiL'n is Hhmel , Cor tbe music lovers there are two j standard phonographs, valued at $2-"il , each. Each machine fully guaranteed. ! It has now received a stage in the 'affairs of home that the house does not seem complete unless there is a ! phonograph to entertain the family. 'These machines are always attract i ive prizes. , Two $-"iU diamond rings should please the yoitug ladies. These stones are carefully selected with more regard for quality than size, and the winners are sine to be . .... - t pleased. Then these are two hand some told watches to complete t lit ; list. Timekeepers of standard make ( and in fully guaranteed cases. Only Eight Weeks. The campaign Is now started. It will continue for only eight, weeks, a very short lime for work, and the winners will make an curly start and be taking subscriptions before the laggards have, definitely decided lu their own minds, about sending in u nomination. Anyone Can Enter, Remember that it does uol cost one cent to enter this race. One docs not have to even be a subscriber to the Free Trader-Journal. The main thing is to reach this otlice now, today with our nomination properly tilled out. The blank will be found in another part of this issue of the Free Trader-Journal. Or if you don't care to personally enter the compe tition, then send ill the name of a desej-ving friend. But be quick vih these nominations, for the lirst naiues will appear iji this column in. a few- days, and those who make an start will have every advantage ove,r tlie candidates who enter later. Sixty Thousand Votes Free Now. Don't overlook the fact, that Hie first subscription, whether new or old. will count G't.eno votes. The reg ular number of voles for subscriptions will be printed on the cover of the can didate's receipt book along with oMier contest. Information. For Instance, a six mouths' subscription will count 1 i.i'tiu votes ami a years suuscripi ion i.i'M.ii votes, but the first subscription i - now from each candidate will moan do. 'hi votes. This offer will run for only a few days, so don't miss this chance for thousands and thousands of additional, votes. Receipt Books Are Ready. The receipt books were completed this noon and are now being distrib uted to those who luive entered here in Ottawa and from nearby towns a ml neighborhoods, it Is almost im poufble to do systematic work ami keep proper cheek of your subscrip tions without this receipt book. It has been prepared for tlie conven ience of tlie candidates in taking sub scriptions, and if one has not re ceived a hook by this evening, advise the contest department at once. Ofllc;; will be open I'tieh evrniiiy until o'clock SEATS Paris, March 13. After a violent bombard ment the Germans delivered a strong attack against the French lines west of Vaudecourt and .'managed to gain a foot- K JOHN STRUTHERS IS CERTIFIED TO ARMY FORCE NEEDED TO MAKE HIM SUBMIT TO PHYSI CAL EXAMINATION John Struthers. draft evader, wife ',,,..,.,, ... , . , ... . . abandoner and recognized bv otlw iul- j (lom as llu most 1'crsistent "bull in Lu Salle county annals,, will .enter the national army as District lirst consistently obdurate j Struthers this morning was j by the Exemption lioard to I thu ....vt ......tin.rUt f,- f '.., Dodge. n.. u iii ua n, .h. ,s-.i. will be in the party which leaves Ottawa Friday morning for the! Iowa cantonment. i Ai-i-iiu-oimw il.nt . ! o i....i ! ... .miiiii. 1 1 1 n v. 1 1 v . .i .i .1 1 m (. (if r met with stout denials from Struthers Asked If he was a vonscientlcws oh 1 .. ..i.i..,. ,-..T..T ... , . . .. ; uu i'Mfvinjiw IU KtJ t; 111 U Ifie 11 r V. " nut wtien brought before the draft betore the draft I I . . . . M uoaru lo sign nis (tiiestionnaire bci firmly objected to affixing his signa ture to the document. Then request ; ed to submit, himself to physical ex amination lie stubbornly protested t against turning" himself over to the ! doctors. j Yesterday afternoon he was taken 'from, tho county jail, where lie was held us a prisoner since "his arrest on i charges preferred by Mrs. Struthers. When ushered into the presence of fir 1 S. E. Parr for examination he would , not disrobe. Deputy Sheriff William 'Mischke, his escort, was forced to adopt stringent methods In handling tlie board's chief "hull head," A few well pulled yanks had Slnttliers in a state of tlishabelo thai made it pos sible for the doctor to find out wheth er or not b" was physically lit for tinny service. II passed the tcsi.as ; one hundred per cent eligible. Tills morning the lioard cerlitied nun into tne army. .Notification W.'lS sent M f m to appear Saturday morning at headquarters to join tin next in crement to leave' for training. He will be given an escort to the depot, where he will be placed under the charge of a squad chief who will guarantee him safe conduct to Ue.s Moines. When questioned by doctors, St rut h ers showed elation at prospects of joining the army Nothing In rela tion to his conduct would indicate , th. . ,,..,. .... ,, , . . ' l"Jl Ivlt lit (,i III I U II I . , ,, llP '.W lllll llnilU lln l.l.rr I., ' MiiriiillS cfcfik liuiiniF ui't-ii tit.... ...... i.. .( " : ' ,7. T.., . ' i.uiiuife- a nun ni-an is Tile way his peculiar disease is accounted for by the officials. ROOSEVELT'S SON WOUNDED IN ACTION wyst.-r- Bay, Mar. 13. Achie House I veil, sou of Col. Tlii'(iilnvi Itniw. .vi.lt ,.ls UlUmi,,,i in action in France, Co!. Roosevelt received a cablegram ; ; from Major Theodore Roosevelt, an ; ot'lnr son, to this effect this ufiernnou, ' j The cablegram said that a piece of' jshrapnol wounded Captain Archie in tlie anus. ('ol. Roosevelt's secretary 'announced that the cablegram also slated that ('apt. slightly injured in i it was staled, was ; injury was regard toosevelt had been one leg, His a rin. broken, but m il her d us serious. No details were itiveti a eneageiiient in which yotin to the Moose- i veil look part. Earlier in the day the colon. bad 'received word that Captain Moose , vclt bad been decorated by the French lor heaven. f vptimmtic i nutiyiu, Reform to be useful ami durable must be ifnnlmil and cHuUuiifc, n m in p MA im wst jhold in a few advanced ) trench elements, it was . stated by the French war office thi 1 afternoon. The French quickly ralli I ed and came back with a powerful j counter thrust vviiich flung the Gr j mans back to their old positions, j Heavy losses were inflicted upon ' the Germans. Cannonade Belgian Lines. London. March 13. Heavy German ! tac.i'onuoes were carried out by the ! Germans last night- in the sectors of Mesf-ines, Loos and Cambrai. says I to an official war statement today, j Near Lens the British made a success- ful raid and captured prisoners. On Mhe Franco-Ilelgian frontier the Get-, mun. carri.ii on! a raid with stroiiA i forces . tew British soldiers are : missing. i Attaches Leave Belgium. V. asaiiigteu. March 13. The Amor iicati Red Cross epresentatives, the ! icun Red Cross representatives, the I British and French military missions iUitnlii,mn several hunavecl men, are finely out of lloumunia. In cable from -v inlstor Vouleka at Jassy, reaching !'" - ' s'-a'o depattinent today, said the i Party carrying sale conduct ' . lu"uul uo, V U . , T 7 , viuess... Ielt March 9 for that city. ea Battle Impends. Copenhagen. March 13. Germans may be planning operations against the Russian fleet in the Baltic sea, ac- f cording to a report received hire to UM.v.i lucre is ueneveu to .1 -i-i i. .. . , be a big- 1. ?,,,. liiadren in Finnish water while ' the exact whereabouts of the Russians unknown. ! are French Fliers Raid Bases. Paris, March 13. - While aeroplanoo wore attacking Paris on Monday night, French machines raided lerniun mil itary aerodromes iu' the rear of the Gorman lines, it was officially an nounced today Many ions of bombs were dropped and 0 is believed that,, much damage was done. It is now learned that at least five of tin down German machines wpro .-!ioi Dirigibles Over England. London. March 13--There were three hostile aircrrft in Ihe German raiding squadron that attacked the Yorkshire coast last night, it was of licia.Uy unnniincAJ today. Bombs ware dropped upon Hull, where a house was demolished, and a woman died from shock. The other German craft wandered aimlessly through the sky for some time dropping bombs from a. great heieht. The attacking class was Zeppelins this being the first time that the dirig ibles were used in ut'.ucking England in some months. 100 Die in Paris Raid. Paris. Maixb 13 Tin Geriitan air raid over Paris on Monday night took a heavier toll of human life than at first belived. Twenty-nine persons were killed by bombs in the city, while sixty-six others died troiii suffocation during a panic iu the underground railway. Five others were killed in the suburbs. More than 7 person- vere injured. Hit Yorkshire Coast. I omlon, March .13. -The Germans varied their program of air frightful nes.s last night by attacking the York shire coast Bombs were dropped in several localities. Among the cities in Yorkshire are Leads. York and Hull There are .ship yards and numerous tii.mufaeuirltnr plains at Hull. R. R. BILL GOES BACK TO CONFERENCE Washington, Mar 13. t'l'settitoi leaders' calculations, the Senate this afternoon uphold Yice President Mar shall's nillm: sustaini?!-' a point of order again.-t ihe lonleietice tepot) on the railroad bill. This means that, the bill must tin buck to conference, SEEK PERMISSION TO ADOPT LITTLE GIRL With the father of the baby consent, lug. Mr ami Mrs. William B. Moils, of Streatoi, have tiled u petition in the Circuit Court to adopt Ueulah McAl lister, l-yoiii'-old daughter of Hector McAllister, of Pontine. The child i mother is dead.