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TilURSSAY. APRIL II. 1918 moi TH All TV0 DAYS ill FOR CANDIDATES 10 GET WHIG VOI Mrs. E. H. Megaffia and soa Monon jhave (roup to Edwood, Iowa for a TIME IS SHORT ALU ON YOURwePks 'h't with Mr. Mogaffln who h TOES-NO SPARE MOMENTS '"f'T n, , , Mrs. C.tudys Williams DInnIn re- CAN BE WASTED WORK NOW turned to her home In Grand Ridge MEANS victory im tuc cUK 1 Ottawa. ) Father McCarthy of ChilUcothe. for,- Tbcro remains but two days iT0t St- Colum arlsU' ,,A ' the city spending a few days visiting candidate to secure subscriptions and nean Qulnn. Totes on the third rote period of thei Miss Florence Steward, a student Free Trader-Journal's great automo- nurse at R'burn hospital visited at bile contest. If you have not already tecured sev-, eril of these clubs you should Just , ship was an Ottawa visitor today, stop and figure up In your own mind I Mrs. 0. W. A. Llnderaan. Mrs. John what you cun expect to win if you Roehmer and Miss Olive Barr spent fall to secure any clubs, on the third yesterday afternoon visiting In Wed rote period, with three, vote periods !on. from now until the close of the con-' F.arle Locke and ArnoM Wilson test. However, there Mill remains were Utica visitors last evening, tlaie for you to secure several club Senator Peter Coleman of l a Salle hotweeu now and Saturday night of , iai week if you will get busv now! and not wait until the last minute. One day should be ample time for anv contestant to get out and secure threo; or four clubs of new subscriptions, if; you work as hard as though yon were working for you employer. TODAY'S VOTE. List of Candidates. City District. No. 1. Miss Ruth Fitzgorald Mrs. Lillian Slewder Miss Anna ircOarr Miss Estolla. Row 400,000 ; C1.3.r.O Mis .Mahol Rrainard .... UoVl! Miss Belle Ilurnett . . 'M?r i Marto Clarit t ia'c;:, ' Jltes Hose Colfiun i-rorn i Miss Myrtlo Staddon .., 17S,S2fi Miss Felicin. tiiidn im ior Miss Hazel Mcekcnstock i'tS lttawa v,8,wr lm,n'f- Miss Anna Warron 12r.,4?r (1'l:irr- Donoghue of La Salle was John Dougherty 12o!3."0ul Ottawa visitor yesterday. Miss Lou ScullIn 480,675 Chief Geo. Eurich 440,2f.O 220.CG0 13C,2oO 160,750 410,000 4,0.3flti 386,200 471,850 450,350 400,000 kjuidy Kracen, newsboy . Mrs. L. A. Todd iliss Matilda Mettle .. Mhis Vera Ham Edwin Mattes Wra. P. Murphy Otto II. Kaiser Gus Decker Mariiri Mutter District No. 2 Marseilles. Miss Teriaco PhllHmore Miss Julia 'Schmttt Miss Atr Erlclrson Seneca. Miss Millie Gerbert ; . . . Sheridaa. 402.SO0 3I0.7M 202,(576 40i,87r, 230,SOt' Class tarsen. R. R. Xo. Ottawo. R. F. D. Peter Schmidt 300,700 Mrs. Dan Aubrey ........... 280..W I'M-wlo lAUFing 302,525 Miss Vloletto Peterson ill.fiOO JtWfph Shomas, It. 28 433.CV0 Miss Carrie Fishbuni SSJ.l.'o f'tica. MU3 Bessie Farrar Miss Nettie Rykes Miss Margaret Walsh, R. II Grand Rldire. Mrs. Henry Hess Mendota, W, I lVcker Karhille. Grace Mueller Serena, R. No. J. 1. IX. Shatubaugh 401,95" 430,(550 01.4W 4 10,850 1W.2A-I ltM.1500 I 45i,S73 , HOW TO PRONOUNCE THOSt POntluN NAMES'. nnmity singing anl his sister, Miss . t ! (.ion Hoff, rpesided at the piano. ' Editor Kreo Trader - Journal:--1 j Chairman E. M. -fa vis and Secrc would like to suggest something for jtary ,AeI lloiberg, of the County tho paper that would make a lilt with j Xeighhorhood Committee, were pre. me, and I am sure would be appreciat-; rd by nearly every reader, it is this: Give us the correct pronunciation of lhrtt; tnil'tll oml ln!ititlna in I,nn,Vn aud Belgium; as well as that of other French'' Words now beeomlnc Kn (m i qucnt in war items. To Ik sure. fe , . v Ot us aver cxpoct to learn-to use tffe French language, but I know many, Shis yt ternooir by 'uie narvy depart-' would enJov foelinte able to sneak of i.v..i. nri,n-' ..t.! places and things "over' there" with- - - ' - out feeling ashamed of trytng to pro-i bounce them "Yyros," "Lfgo," "Nancy" ' ' Salals" are a few of the stickers. Try These. Names aud pronunciation of towna' uttd rivers involved in the German of- tensive on the west front are:: . j Albert albai. Amiens a-myo n. Ancio ang-kr. Ilapuame ba-pom Cambral kanbre, Chauny Sho-ne, Ham an Xoyon n'wayon. Olse waz. Pcronno pa-ton, Somme soui. Ypres olpr. Kov: alo. senate, care, account, arm null, sofa; eve. event end, recent, hiak - er; Ice, ill, old obey, orb. odd, Hare.l . onnact: use. unite, urn. ut. circus. I ,ncnUi . ASSESSOR'S NOTICE Schedules ot personal property be ing passed out will hate to be return ed to the assessor's office. Room 213 Moloney btilldlnr. or before May Sth. I'M. ', TIIOS. ft. CLARK, Assessor. 9l City and Vicinity Newt Mr. and Mrs. Ewing W. Porter have returneJ home after spending the Winter in Flori-Ja. taiW r spending three weeks in 1 her home in Foni for a short time 1 yesterday. R J M.1ftA li C.rni P'infila 4u-n. i,m wuQuuawa nus ncss vis.tor touay. r George, F. Relford of Streator spent , several hours in Ottawa today. 'irt.?rl 0rnP uirT: is wan Ottawa business visitor today, Ottawa business visitor today. Mrs. H. C. Wiley and son Herbert wont to Chicago today for n two days i Visit. J. ii. Miirpuy of .spring valley was ;an Ottawa business visltbr today. Otto Schero of Granville, a fonner O'tawa resident, visited ft lends In this . i city today. ill cri "- ' iciuuieu m uei ' - Ihome iu this city last night after a, ; iw . it i."1 ('.,.. x . .. hree days visit in oStith Reiki, Ind. Willllua Dunn- of ramP 0rant' is "PpmlmB a luirty l;iy turlough with frioil,u ,n 0uwa aU1' Seneca. Thomas Moss of Camp Dodge, la., is 'H't. iim iih (t, tui iuu iu i tun itj l.ogan Thomas of Streator was an 1 Mr- and WM- T- TU'nf,r the Misses Lottio and Uulso Turner left 'ast night for Arkansas Ct'.y, Kans.. , re3t In Masonry. I'll have every where they will make their future ,hin tbcn thxt car ho had until I t10mPi Mrs. Charles Wofchans went to Chi-! iae 0,(I ago this morning to spend tho day. But abo"t pictures. Here is Mrs. "Dul Xcwtoii of Peoria, who Iiur" of rae ln my lulsflts. If I ever 'joen visiting friends and rclatves 'icie, returned homo today. W. L. Rigden went to Chicago today mi a business trip. Verho Yockey went to Chlrago Ihis morning on a business trip. Capt. Mark Iknut.t returned to rulsville, Ky.. today after spending a -diort furlough with relatives In this -ity. Miss Dorothy Kelly sent to Chi - cago today on a short vlit. Mrs. Ccipfon Finley, who ha3 been a tiatient a. Ryburn hospital for several weeks, returned to her home In the Palmer Apartments today. Mrs. J. L. Hastings of Chicago Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Wilbur 1 aw renee, in South Ottawa. tue Rood tiup Matrimony was hover- ODrtCTCD COD PCDIIAU ins In the oiling. She was getting rest DUUOltn run U Cn MAN ,t biu Knca touched tbe sub- DEM0CRACY SPEAKS I or 110 dpsierously turned tho conver- A number of Ottawans atlondej a patriotic, meeting tu Peru last nllit, when Prof. Karl -Matliic, ;rmiir super tnti ndent of instruction in AMsconsin. addressed a largu aiuliencei made up largely of Germans. Prof. Mathie is the national secretary of the Kriends of German Itemocracy. a qufirtctto of Ottawa men eonsist- ' ing of ruvid Crrogfe'. lr. X. A. Guthrie, il). G. Cairns and rl'ed Iteein furnished i ,1.1 T,,l l.iT,n 11,1V In .1(1,., r,..,,, ont at the meeting. 11 IMniQ ROY fllFQ ! H-LNl UIO DUI UICO ON U. S. GUNBOAT! I ; : Washington, April 11 Three deaths ! in thn nnvnl .rvleo wrm nnnAiinroit ill. 4i i i iain1.1 ut iiuvo uii u i'i ivi dental bullet wound. Roundhouse, til. His home Is nt ' WAR LABOR DENIED nlurtl IU 5 1 nllu! Washington, April 11 By a vote ot 31 to 2" the Senate denied tht lcstl ' right of organized labor engaged in war work to strike for htgghcr wages 'or better working conditions during Hie war. BIG U.S. TRANSPORT IS REPORTED SUNK New Vork. April 11. Tho Atlantic. Transport Line ortlcers announced to &a' lh' nn' hoard a report their Minnetonka 13,443 tons, had been sunk b"t wore unable to conllrm the report. Jt is understood here that 1 tho liner has been In the British bos- Ipital service. The sinking mom re- ported in the Meditcratinonn. EXTEND ESPIONAGE BILL TO INCLUDE WOMEN 'Voshtng;on. April 11. The Scnute 'today adopted a conference report ou j tho amendment of the espionage bill 1 which makes tb law applv to women. FORMER OTTAWA NEWSPAPER MAN IS f AN ARMY PHOTOG.t perman. Is a full Odged photogra pher iti the aviation service of Uncle Sam. according to a letter written to a girl friend In Streator. During his residence here Sir. Dale was bead of the Illinois Valley Tradesman, but for j this meetln. The officers elected for! If everyone understood how anxious a couple of years he conducted a taiii'he ensuing year w?re: 'ench lctter-arrier is to make a good business in Joliet. He says In his let- President Mrs. Sel'ar Peltier. I showing in the total returns from bfs jter. which Is to Miss Grace Gibson.' i of Streator. the following: J I know you rill be surprised to get rue. more especially a letter from since it comes from an aviation camp. You know, funny, very funny things happen sometimes and the unex pected sure happened to yours trulv.) Enlisted on the 4th day of Febru ary and was Bent to Waco, Tex., and R was a "hell hole" for a while. I ;was on every detail you can menrlon j that la In the army woodpile, klteh 1 en police, pick and shovel, were the (principal ones, and then in between j times we had drilling, exercises and I various other duties. That was the jold ICtb squadron. I'll send you a uttie poetry i write about It some day when I feel like copying it again. Am now In the 70th Aero Snuad - ro ant, am at the profcssion , cn. ,.8ted undcr flf photOBraph,P . , tr,c,, t0 , as an acrial "y eyesight was defective, and ron and am at the profession I en - was turned down: passed every other1 test, though. So here I am at the studio and work is very easy now; m more fatigue duties sinoo I got my assignment. our letter was forwarded from he hotel, and it came last night Justwere lr0SPnt' T,m ,laJ" was wni is I was leaving for town (only 13 tulles) to hear the President's daugh- , .. " UcT ffl us 1c- lows. Tho nii wnw. ,i- .v,. , ! Bowie, the big infantry and artl - lorv section li.t nt h And ,r:X?z -ectlons fliroe fields I have a kodak, which is not per- miHHible, and was arrested last Sun lay for taking pictures. Out my liou tonant was officer of the day and I got out of it. He also happeus to be a 32nd. And next week I get five ,J,tJh ,ass in 10 iae Cltv to take . am 40 years old when I'm In lino for one get inPcs i it nave one made at my own : "petise. but you have to wear whnt! j l?nc, Sam gives you in tho meantime.; , ,.. . . 1 'ow- 'f J1) have not turned tJts Pago to find out who I am, to I'lll Jou wncre youn lind my name, i . . ... ... i an my address Is at the bottpm of, this Pago. In each flag and Y. M. C. 'A- emblem you'll find a letter; put I Ihom together and well, no use, fori 1 1 forgot 1 was going to enclose a plc-J uiro. Sincerely, BENJ. R. DALE. HIS MISTAKE el yea Tb'vv hau heen eagagea fbre years, tut. j.bere seemed no indications tiut tation. Recently he turned it off to physio- j logy, a science of which be was a i student: "Yes," be said, airily, "It is a gtranjie, but wtjll-antheniicated fact, Uial the whole of the human body j changes every seven years. You, my ' dear, ;ire Miss Jones now. In seven : years- on will have ehans'ed eom i pletel'. Not u panicle of your pre- ml elf will be left: but. all the same 5 oil will ftill be Miss Jones." "Oil, J Khull?" siiid the angry lam j to), tugging away at tho third finger of her left hand. "I assure you 1 j won't,, if I have to marry a a mllk : man! Or all tiie impudence II ore juke, your iin and I never want, to i see you iiaiiin." The Alteinativ i While at lunch with William Ah- I I'ln?tu aud wmn Oilier, the aclors. young rnslishinan. tilso on Victor, i indulstfd in numerous critlci.smH Anvrlaa and American institutions. H l,e':,,"0 vt,r' disiasMul to Abblngdon. ,vho K tUitisU fub.icei and was nor permitted to join the army even tho i be applied. , "If yen don't like America and her people," suggested Abbingdon to biu ; younger t'eljoiv countryman, "why help light lor our own country; Vou could get In the army." "Xo, I couldn't," the jouncor Ens- Ushuian hastened to evplaln. "I tri-d, hut they wonldu't let nie in le- eause they sa'd I hud a l loafing kid ney." "Weil," suddenly interjected Collier with a trite of sarcasm, "thai wouldn't keep ou from joiuits the navy, would ItV" Youthful Wisdom "Oh, mamma," ehe said, with a lit tle burst ot girlish confidence, "wbm do Ou thlnlt? Mr. Iddyor proposal last night." "Alt, did be, my dear? And what did my llltlo girl say?" "Oh, 1 told him that an engage ment was too solemn s ml sacred u thlnp for me to enter ln!.o without se 1 riouB thought and nonsidtittUon, and thut 1 would give hint my answer in a week. And now, matuniu mine, we mitbt 40 to work and find out it be really hml truly han five thousand s year." "You dear, ise. jittlo trhi:" rried tbe fond mother, folding her child t" her bosom and weeping softly ovt-t her. o (; i SOCIETY NOTES Th annual bus!ns meetin? and election of officers for the Zetema club was held, on Monday evening. April 8th. at Library had. A large number of members wer present for Vice President Miis Cracu Herring, Secretary and Treasurer-Mrs. Wil- , Him Johnson. ' i The Woman's Relief society hold a meeting tomorrow afternoon at the Congregational church parlor. All members are requedttd to be present. The Minstrel Co. for the Woman's' Relief Corps benefit show will bold a rehearsal this evening promptly at 7 o'clock at the horn of Mrs. V. F. Weese, 11!5 Paul St. The Philanthropic De-partment of :he Ottawa Womans Club held an all day meeting yesterday at the High School to work on Sumcal dreRing. .vuKui luinjr launr, uui-imeu. l.unra - f'on was p'0" nt noejn in the High 1 hcol Cafatcrla. The ladies of thoj l Philanthropic Department will hold an Philanthropic Dc ' all day meet ins j ,;th. in the S,r sh S on Wednesday, April rglcal dressing rooms chool. ? 1110 iauios ol ranrts parish ! we cntortamed yesterday at an all day Red Cross party at the home of Mrs. William Hossuek, 12W W. Jack- son street. About twenty-five ladies llod Cross work, fotirtee.ti hospital gar-i Itnents and. twenty -five muslin barf . uagoss Doing maue. .t noon a ven dcllcloua Tionlc luncheon was served i ""'" i'1"' "'-""u ""u ! ?n D0" ! 'd,ieK;1"y J'f l7h' ' ladIe8 01 lbo parish ,,c "tPnalii- - i i-.i . -wair. trect. " '- 'ing plan has been decided upon; on Tho Musicalllisiory flub will hold a j the printed side of your envelope (III . meeting this evening in Miss Ida j in the name and address hlank. on tho ' Chambcrlln's studio in the Colwcll 1 opposite and blank side place a two1 block. The prosrarn of the evening ;cc,it stamp and address the envelope 'IH he: to The Salvation Army War Fund, in, Current Topics .... Mary Livingston j care of Mr. Clarence Griggs, Chamber I'hino Selected. 0f Commerce Office, Ottawa, Illinois-' Margaret Livingston t,irot the miiip with vour enclosed do t i Voice Selected Vera Sisson. Qui te Fait from "Thais' . .Massenet Ida Cliamberllu. Selected Piano Julia Dunn it .1. ,5, The regular school of old fashioned dances will be held tonight at the 1 illis Dancing Academy. ' , The student membership of thoit.erest was expressed and the carrier? ! Amateur Musical club will give their 'decided to make (tomorrow. Friday; annua! program in houor of the Amateur Musical club, on Friday ev - cning, April 12th, in the gymnasium j of tho high school. A very excellent ' plan of operation is that every carrier ! program has boon prepared which will I will give at least one hour outside of j I be open not only to tho club members! his regular working time .to call upon ; but to the music loving public as well. those he has not already seen. If you ' , A very large attendance Is desired , bave not an envelope in which to place land all those who'coiuo are request-; your contribution he will supply yon led to bring a small contribution for!wm one- Four niinute speeches wil' (the Red Cross. The members of tho ! be delivered iu all the theatres thi?, chorus are requester! to be prbsent . -veiling. Remember that tomorrow; 'at 7:15 sharp. The program to be! afternoon your letter carrier Is de-; I jypjj Wn j,e. j pending upon your loyalty and patriot-: ! Vocal trio, '"One Spring Morning." t0 lJUn ,llis campaign to brilliant jXovin; Dorothy Reflor, Emily Palmer, "1,lish. iera Ham. i Violin, l.egnude; Wienlawski; I Samuel Raymond. j Riauo solo, selected; Marie Miller, i Chorus, "When tbe Flag Goes By," j G. Xevin. i Cornet S"lu, selected; Charles De i Vore. Voice, sclectc'I; Alvena Seherer. j I'atrlork: reading, "l'aul Revere's j Itido;" Willlani Zwanzlg. Trio for violin, cornet and piano, Barcarole, Schubert; Joantunto Coble, I Maud Die.st, Ruth llanna. I Voice, (a) Alone in Love's Garden; ilewitt; (b) When the Dew Is Falling, .Schneider; Ora Irwin. Vocal duet, "Hose of .My Heart," Lohr; Ora Irwin, Eliuore Lewis Ir win. riann, Polka do Concert, Bart let;; f 1 Marjorie Bruck. CHJCAGOJVIARKETS ; Chicago market report furnished to' i itio Free Trnder-Jonrnal by W. L. i Etnyro, inemlx-r of Chicago Board of 'Trade. Moloney building, phone loll. j Correspondent j Cltlcno. Lanison Bios. Co., Corn - Open. L27'i- t.r.o S7 High. 1.27 . 1.571,4 1 w. 1.27 l.r.o Cloiie. 1.27- i.r.7',4 'May .... i July Oats- May .... S7W Sii S(ii Stalled. 4 writer In the New fork Eve tin Post atib a flity tet apide for return tn borrov.'fd bookt. So far us mr . .rlenee t.. all the in the vear sre set aiidi lr that respecr, iiid are (O thoroughly s.'Je-tra.Ued thnt tbey never get ett the main line. Bt,nsl. Time. When tdie had Children Mho gave them Cnstorla. ! When Baby was sick we gave hcrlTfln I ATP Id Tl AQQICY ! Ctistorbi. 1 Win n she wa Ca.doria. a CUtld -lie cried for! When hho boeatne Miss, she dung tot castor in. RAGS WHO j t, ' - .. ) W wtll pay il ontK ri' round for clean rass at Mi.s r.nlce. . . DECKS CLEARED FOR ' WAR FUND DRIVE tConttntir,. from page. X.) Drive it is Jut the opposite he calls j to take something away. H hopes you will give hrn that little paper en- vrlope printed in re(j containing ten! cents or more for every room In your! home. route it is generally thought there would be a bi tter showiug up-to-date. ! There are about fifteen hundred homes ! in Ottawa and up to the LiN-st returns about fiv hundred have responded. Ut 0:taa again be I ft) per cent pat-lUa sai(j ' j rlotle, and every family do their share by subscribing at least feu cents for! . , every room in their home an I put their letter-carriers name on the top jof the honor list. j The Ottawa mailmen are not only ! j anxious to do their very best in the , i Salvation Army War Service Fund but hope to do one better than Streator, Illinois. A few weeks ago the letter carriers drive was put over in Streator and they raised the total of $1,200.00. In this city there are twelve city car - 1 iters uuti rn tiii miai carriers uiaMio; 'a total of nineteen letter-carriers who raised on the average tMA.i. Ottawa. I lias ten eity carriers and neven rural learners malting a total of seventeen! carriers who havo raised up to date an average of $11.30 each. This is btit $2..13 per average each letter-k 'earner behind Streator s final victory j Whether our Ottawa carriers does one better than Streator remains with you. ( The verdict .answer be? s yours. What will the Will you help your car - 'rier place his name on the top of the 'honor lis'." and put Ottawa over the , top in this worthy cause? There are a number of people who ! .are anxious to sunsenoe to tue ,aiva- M ion Army War Service Fund but for tome reason or other have not bad an i . rr; i tnc letter carrier covering tnoir route To overcome this difficulty th? follow- ; Iiat:on j any iter box and it. wil'i : hn delivered safelv. Your name and i ' address will indicate what route you ore ;n aTUi the donation will be credit-: I fcd to your carrier the same as though I ; be bad collected tho same personally ; i irom you at your home. i ; Captain "Wililamsort addressed thej 'carriers In a spoelal meeting held to-. jday at which every city and rura1 j , carrier was present. Considerable in- April 12th, the BIO DRIVJ3 DAY when Uhey will put forth extra and speciu1 ; 1 effort to smash their target. The NOTED LECTURER TO SPEAJUN OTTAWA ; The First Methodist church of Ot tawa has secured Dr. E. L. JI tuse, of Foreland, Ore,, for his series of fam ous lectures on the "Psychology of Religion." The course will begin Sunday morning, April 14, and con tinue each afternoon and evening un til Friday, April K Dr. House is widely known as a powerful preacher, eloquent orator 'and a voluminous writer. For many years he was pastor of the largest Congregational church on the Pacific coast. He presided at the last ses sion of the Pacific Coast Congrega tional Church Congress as its moder ator. Dr. House is not, an evangelist, but an inspirational lecturer of naiion.il fame. His .topics are .timely, .bis style attractive, and his oratory of an unusually high order. He is a large man physically and intellectual-. ly and is everywhere recognized ns a power with men. He held tin en viable place in the affections of his men while chaplain during the Spun-1 ish-Amerlcnn war. We have heard wonderfully fine re ports of Dr. House's lecture on the, stiliject, "Over The Top." We hope that this great patriotic lecture may he given at a popular mass meeting, during bis stay in our city. These lectures will be absolutely 1 fr" t0 tlin public, The speaker Is - paid by the free will offerings from ' night to night as the course eon-: titiues. We shall print the topics' each day by courtesy of the evening' papers. I idiam wnni ana section page live.) PCBLIC SAl.iy-Don't furcet the nit- ,.tion gaiP of ,hn Wallace Huff house "and lot, lOtio North Lu Salle street, on I Su'urday, April 13, at 2 o'clock, will be sold uithout reserve so don't iiiiss this snl". Dtin Fitzgerald, Auctioneer ! Wkt'VII A tmtll n.ocn !,., l'..,t j 1 .' . niiiuu i-r I'll ill,: ijii:r bide. () tier can have same by call- ling at this office ami paying for this advertisement. CALL 12,000 MORE run ArttlL ZO UnAri V,'a -.hiti;'tv,n. Apt I! 11 Pjovost Mar.hal G-r.pr;il Crder anno-mted yesterday that 1 ') selH-tUe sertic mfn, in aitilitimt tu :n I.'.immm) already called, will be en I led to star; for train Iti it camps April ;;. The reMlar ittiota t'nr May has been tentatively dfeiiled. but the figures are withheld, h t,ited, hoaever. that the May quota as the number will not be as large of men or.b ml into I'min iiiftt 1'ivvteit- 1'if a eon-i tinuous movement if nifu to camps j tnd schools. Spcciat calls for skilled! mr-n vl ill iu w-.ni-.. I u ith i rmiii,-.!,., v it! , ' No Joke. A. A. S. claims that :i man will stenl nil the postage stamps !. m-e.d.s from bis employer, and think nnblrt? of it. i cu .f ) knoc,. Jown ie st'es n .stte.-t C-tr condttetor nickel ,3 tbir.t;s be , .,,, f ,v N rompany. Knights of Columbus. Kcguiar meeting win he hold this I evening at s o'clock at the Club Rooms. J. F. GRAHAM. G. K. Officers and Members Of Illinois Camp So. 4'ii. it. X. of A. are roounsted to meet in tho K of C. laH tomorrow aft. moon at oc -a ;,,. ..ndice Mrs. Sarah Pay. Recorder. HKIMJ GEORGE BROAOHURST'S FAMOUS STAGE 8UCCE8S "Today" With Florence Reed SHE SOLD HER SOUL FOR A JEWELLED DRESS Tomorrow -Mrs. Vernon Castle in "CONVICT 993 FIRST SHOW AT 7:00 yfs. TONIGHT Carlylc Blackwcll llyJlfii and Mll JuneElvidge "Price o Pride" Admission 5c and 10c TOMORROW Clara Kimball Young I Shirley Kayc . OOOL) BEST POSSIBLE QUALITY Splendid Hosiery Values . ' Women's line quality Hose, in white, black, brown, navy, pinl, s Silk grey, ;mdid value at 65c Postponed Administrator's Sale On account of the rain on Saturday last, the sale of the two lots and houses at the east end of Congress street, known as Lots Fifteen (15) and Sixteen ,(16), in Block (10), Green's Addition, shall be offered at public auction under notice heretofore given, on Friday next. April 1 2th, at the hour of two o'clock p. rn. This property will be offered for sale at this time regardless of the weather. Anybody contemplating bidding on the pro perty will be shown through the property at any time requested. H. M. KELLY, Administrator. famous Otd Cngt.ifi Cam. TP . . . Milt by th Saxots before th first liliara latiiled Oo Albion's shore. Ore e-f tu old t.rs has wn t tbocud summers eime and go. while the other portions of the stmcture belong to the nftefLtu aLd the nittenth centuries. It Is one of the m.-t romnntic and f.icruresu .Mifues in England and U associated vith the memory of tb gront "klnsmtiker of the wars of tb I'oat-s. tVuiit Guy and other heroes who iu ueavy armor tnrougn ran and In the biino.net nun (trunk me ncHitn r.r tee reaiteooi ! Chinese Alarm Clock Effects. The fir', type of alarm clocfe In vented Is still in use by the Chinese. It consists of a niece of slow-liurnlnr j Joss sti. !;, cut to the proper lenstb. , lighted find I ut betweeu the sbcper'a ' toes. It Is probably the most effectiv device of the kiud known, for when the appointed hour arrives the sleeper does not roll over and wait for tb clock to give a second aisrra ; he ge; ! right up. Roller Bearing, I E:ill hcarinis nr a Gorman lnvcn: : t!on. and It Is only n comparatively j few years rtgo t!ut the? made their np ; pearanoe ou the market. Roller bear ings, both cylindrical and conical, ar. inn Americnn Invention. The advnr.t i njes claimed for the roller over th balls aro that (hey can sustain botu ; the radical mid the axial strain and they am more easily replaced whefl '.her beeo.uis. -ECix. Children Cry FOR Fl ETCHER'S CASTOR I A "1 GOODS ALWAYS POPULAR PRICES Genuine Kverwcar Silk Hose in white, black, bronze, grey and champagne, pet pair 85c i Hose in and plain Women's line all Silk Hose in novelty colored stripes and plain ivhite and black, all $1.25 sizes, per pair Women's full fashioned fine Silk Lisle Hose, In white, black, brown, grey, putty and chain- ed fine e, black, I chain- 50c In white s, (Hi to pagne, per pair Women's Lisle Hose tit. white and black only, all sites, Slj to 10', priced at, per pair 29c 1 m. ' 1