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MONDAY. MAY 13. 1J1&.
111. PETT1T BACK
OTTAWA OFFICER
DESCRIBES
TRIP FROM PICAROY LINES TO,
LARGE AMERICAN CONCENTRA-
TION CAMP NOW WITH PERSH
INC.
.
j
Tu br back with Hit' Anicrii iin j
force after las thrilling 'Xp-ri-in-, i
mi Ihi I'icardy bat f!cf rout, tuts prov
ti a ipisin
well IVitit.
diver-don io Lieu:. Ros,
On a an who rvei at-1
must u far on detached duty with
the licit inii in France In his latest
letter ti his patents. Ur. and Mrs. .1.
W. IVitit. hi. Pet nt writes on April
1. tb.it Ik- Is with the Second Kivi
slim A. K. P., which is believed to be
somewhere in the vicinity of Tout,
where Pershiim funis are nun- hull
ins an important line on the Lorraine
nector. Lieut. I'et'it says:
Headquarters Ambulance Section,
2,1 Div. A. K. P.. France
April M, l!Us
lirar Father;
The above is my present address,
hut I Bin by no means sure bow Ioiir
it will be. At present 1 am attend
ing physician and surgeon to liivl
sioll Headquarters of the Id Divi
sion. My duties ;iro not arduous.
I luve spent most of the past week
sleeping and now feel unite rested
after my strenuous time during the
retreat in Phardy I stopped three
days In Paris and tmiiKht as much of
a new mini! us I could afford and
'hen (.nme on down here and re
ported for duty just a week ano. We
are uboitt five hours ride from Carls
ami the country Is somewhat differ
ent in character and appearance
from the country I left There it
was mostly rolling prairie ami farm
land -of course a good ileal of i'
had been devastated and had not
Leett under cultivation for a couple
uf years but here the country Is
more niKKcd. with forests on the
hills and small farms and villages in
the valleys mid vineyards on the
hillsides, h much more pici uresqttn
and beautiful country and to see
villages and farm again .ifter the
devastation in I'icardy is a wricom
rolief. There, in the places not laid
waste, tin- houses are chiefly of
red brick. Here they ate Kt'ey slope
and plaster so the little village as
seen from the train appear as grey
blotches on the landscape than as
red dots.
I was tery fortunate In nothing
my post. When I came from Paris
I met an artillery, officer who was
Koitiff to the headquarters of my
vision about forty miles away and
had a car coming to meet him the
next morning anil he Invited me to
ride with him. It was a beautiful
clear day and a forty mile ride in
Hodge car over these wonderful
French roads up through the
valleys and over these hills was in
deed a treat. 1 reached division
headquarters shortly before noon
anil reported to th" adjutant who
eut me to the division surgeon who
attached me to division headquart
ers because I have hud so much
more experience tj,;, .,M, ,,lV,
r- llov s. C is a soft Job inn I hop
I'll In, I bo left here longer l,,iii In
:" a ,;,vd rest. It is too io 1
Wi tlt to be II jl in I je line Thei
there is sotnethiriK iloiiiR or in
'abotaicry and h,i--piia! where , an
a.pl.v sonic of the liliu.-s in,, ,
I'vtrcl The hitler wnii, !,.
proferi n, e hut prefi eni-es do
conn for much in the unnv, A
:nv
not
lei
tow Joes us ho is told H ml his wDi.
arc not consulted.
How tlo I like the American at.nv
i' to:np.ired with the Itritrh? It
is too early for me to make any com-jurianr-.K.
1 niitile som- miglny good
ffi 'tuh when was with tiu. Piiti,
i ''a ii'tiiecl w!h every possible
consideration and courtesy. They
bate I ct n In the war three and a
h-.lf veins ni ate well organleii
vhile our men me new and our or-
ii:j ill ion not perfected. On the
fcud they are slow nml their
iietln ':, 'if doing bnsia.ss are pri
i'ib ve t ompated with ours tel ;
niioii.i, typewriters mid aui(mit.bi'..
tiu In nearly su h (otninon use
as with us. Again our m( 1 1 i tt n t n t Is
' i'liil theirs s war .vorn and v
ii ...... , i. . i . . .
u.ne i u e aiivailtuge. at least
in
pa rt .
' I Ptf t i'tig by their
' '. .1? 1 In some
e ; i rtev
'-'i.-s l:i . are
'f tliau we tire, i id .; ,.,,.,.
Her nre not. Hi,. i , ,.
In' i i
1 1 k'
' ivlsiotial urea nt, ; tt ,,
our men. our , i
" ' :i ' wagons wi.li . , ri,
b.n I felt i ccr ulr. s- w of
f mill was gln.I tin, ,.
l '''! r,' In my own ,i 1 1'. . . n
tea vi'
il
lltfllMfkU 1...
hind ine, hs well us
sunie vivid im.
presslotis f war M )m fi)lKht
in modern times, but ooklnf for.
'vartl to some Just as plt-Hsant n
pt'rlrncfs here.
On a staff as latg as this, our
divisions urp miiih larger than Mm
F'rrnch and llrltlsli. ihirs -te lot
of officers from a major general and
mti fo!onls don to fPcuml
llfutenntits. Most of them r regu
lar anny olliccrs and ii mighty ulce
lot Of fellows. tld I llHVe heeolll-.
GLALI
BE MB 1
!. I
O - O!
!F ... 1
( City and Vicinity j
New
iO o
! t
Cecil Mt'Kvuy went tu Chicajt, this
morning on short busines fri. !
ir. A K ll r. ie went to Y. elshir
iSpriiiRi. Mo. today fir a two -rk
i r is.it.
Charles llentiich i fp.-mtins
' .i ... i.. f i.... ; .i ...
' " K""
.Veil liurus nf Joliet spent to
week eml visifinK relatives in ht
'"'
.Miss Louise K.nnw of Chicane),
spent tin' week end visiting her tuoih-
Ur .Mrs,
Catherine Ravens on Past
M.i in M
Kd. Andrews,
I A. Andrews
son of Mr. ami -Mrs I
t'lilisteil Saturday in i
, the .luedii al corps of the. Navy, lie
i v ill leave in a tew days for The Cleat
Lukes Naval Training
, lu.ul. where
j,,. wilt he stationed.
.Mr. and Mrs.
proud pti rents
born yesterday.
Mrs. Kdward
Kollie t'onkle are tlltt
of a hady daughter
J Mulbolland audi
i
bildicn Itom Chicago ale here for a
wjeks'ii.-it with Mr. and .Mrs. Win
Mulhollaud on Kast Superior street.
Crevious to their visit they will leave
for Long Island City. N. Y.. to join her
iiusband. who is assistant superintend
cut of the (ias lietense Plant of that
citv.
Vinccn- Hanlcy oi Osbkosh. Wis . is
pending a few days with Iriends in
Ottawa.
.Miss Florence McNichuls returned
o tier home in ('Imago after spend j an escort of honor All the patriotic
tii Sunday wHh"Mis Maty .Mulhol-j hodirs and civic bodies in he city
land on K. Superior street. had representatives in line.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Chi j The men were mobilized at the Ar
ago. and Mr. and Mrs Fred Wil-1 mor.v vestertlnv afti rtiooii. and were
damson, of Hot Springs, Ark., were , A-tit their Instruction by members of
he guests of Mrs. . W. S. Rigdeti i tli exemption bf,ard. for their T i
or .Mot her s"' Day. Miss Rigdeii re - to Jefferson ISarracks, and their duties
,-eived a telegram from her grandson, I u , on arriving at 'he camp, until they
John Caul Jones, announcing he had j veer turned over to the army oflicors
leen appointed a major at Camp Han-! here- After the men have been r.c-
ock. !a.
Miss Katlierine o'lirieu
'ievore went to .Marseilles
and Anna
yesterday
o visit friends.
Senator I'eter Coleman, of La
Sal
vas an Ottawa visitor today.
Frank McXuiuuru. of Chicago, is
-pending two weeks with his mother.
Mrs. Alary Mi Niimata. in West )i
awa. Attorney Kdward Griggs, of Strca
or, was an Ottawa visitor today.
Miss J. Blanche Cayue will return
lome this evening after spending the
veek end In Chicago.
Sergt. John T. Lanigan. of Camp
Jrunt. a member of the 'II lib Sanitary
Train. Mith Division, is spending a
hurt furlough with his parents. Mr
ltd Mrs. .lames Lanigan. 'i''i Fast
toilet street.
Mrs. Fliz.abeih Kincholoc and sis
er, .Miss Alice Rtgilen have returned
ionic after nttend'm; a perlormance
d the Slate Centennial Cageant at
he Auditorium hotel In Chicago. Sat
urday .
MEPHEWS AS PALL
BEARERS FOR U.MCLF
The funeral
mid ycsiettlay
y lioine on K
of W. .1. Thomas w;c
ufieriioon at ;he a mi
Main street. Rev. C
S. PrUgs, pastor of tlo
st ( huii h olliciating.
'iiade at Hope cemetery
Six nephews of Mr.
is pall bearers. Th
First Method
Iiiirial vvn
in Seneca.
Tliontas ncted
'v were I.. K
Wideinan. Albert Wh
j en SicW'llMPII of t!ii.
j 'Cllield, of St. taiuis,,
Seneca and Albert I
i .( illc.-'.
cnitin. and War
citv. A. .1. Ibi'
.1. C. Thomas, ot
.atimi'f of Mar
A PROCLAMATION BY
THE MAYOR OF OTTAWA
(Cent iniifil from page I ,
Andrew .1. O'Connor, Stale Coun
cil of Defense,
The mayor of Ottawa, at the re
iiuest of the originators of the plan,
shall be a member, e-oflicio, of the
execlll ive coillUl it tee.
The executive committee will or
ganize its sub-committees and oth
er details In accordance with for
mulated plans.
Date at Ottawa this ninth day of
May. A. I). 1!MV
F. F. P.RADFORD.
.Mayor of the City of Ottawa.
CHAIRMAN PETTIT'S PROCLA
MATION Finler the Patriots' Fund plan as
above announced by the mayor. 1
am advise, I that the executive com
mittee have allotted sixty per cent,
of the fund to the Red Cross. In
view of this I have deemed ii advis
able to state that tile existing Red
Cross subscriptions will cease as
soon as the subscribers to the Red
Cross fund have subscribed to the
Patriots' Fund. It is expected Ihal
nil Red Cross subscrib-rs will sub
serlbi, to the Pai l lots' Fund. Ad
justment will he made with sub
scribers tu the Red Cross fund who
have paid in advance for the year.
II. V. PF.TTIT.
Chairman Ottawa Chapter R. C.
.icfU luted vvith most of the younjjer
men.
I haven't received a letter .from
home for Mboiit month. hop
my mail reaches up with ine soon.
Perhaps It was lost in the framn,
Love tu all,
ROSWKLL.
Try :lte '.''tpp Irndcr JotirnaMVunt Adi
tor letiuiu.
OTTAWA
EARLY 1
a DEPOT 10 SEND
BOYSAWAYTODAY
k$ SELECTS SENT INTO TRAINING
AT JEFFERSON BARRACKS OT
TAW A LEARNING TO SEND
THEM AWAY WITH A SMILE.
I ." lam emmi athere, at the Ar
:""r tuornhia at i; llo o dock am!
t .coiled the selects, makiim upi
rh' tirst iiu rt'iio-n; of boior men
i br sent from Ottawa to .letieiMm,
itarricks. Mo., for their period of tiaili
iiu. to the Rock lslan, depot. The
nien b it Ot'iiua on the 7:2.". train, ro-iii-
to the Missouri tiainiiiL' camp by
way of Joliet ami St. I.ouis. A wait
of almost one hour was made in Joliet
when the Inns changed Iroui the
Cock Island to the Chicago k Alton
Railway, nud another Mop will tie
j made in St. I.oui. this evening at 7::!
, (,-, lock wlo ie the boys will get their
j suppers, and then ti:uie m:aiii to 'be
Missouri, Pacific Railway for the re-
tu.iimlcr of the trip
The Miller llnini Corps beaded the
escort to the train this nioinint;. and
'he members of the (1. A. R. acted as
, cptcd by l lie milit i ry ollii
amp, the JuridiVtion f
i is at t he
the local
loard slops,
t'poii A he itnhal of Hie escort al
be station, the men were met by
iT' il people who gathered to tell llicln
ood live. The futiuc soldiers were
allowed to pass thru the crowds and
heir families and friends permitted
0 wish them God-speed, and to split
hem on ') victory.
The boys were enthusiastic and'
'tixious to get off. and declared tliey
toped to be in France- at an early
!nte. The light'iig or the past, tew
vecks lias made them anxious to gi t
nlii Hie si ruggle.
As every bunch of men leave OI
awu ihere is less weeping; nml grief,
be people arc learning to send tin.
iiiys away bravely, the smiling habit
fieeoining inlectuous and a boon to
he depart ilia si locis.
The train came in on time and the
.Kiys quickly went aboard as then
tititucs were checked from the list.
Hid found places ill the windows of
he coach. They left Ottawa waving
Hid cheering, feeling sure they were
tatting on a hard but victorious and
oithy journey. 1
Fvery boy leaving this morning was
'resented with a box of lunch by the
members of the Woman's Relict
''orps. The ladies have litni'slieil al!
lie boys leaving Ofa.wa with lunches.
.'Kept the first large increment.
Clayton Levi lieatilslcy, ol Newark
vas squad chief in charge of the in
rcincnl. and Aldo Miin ini and Les
er (luhnii. both of; Ottawa were Lieu-!
ctitints. '
Onl uiie man. Warii-n F. Ilnnils,
f Coliitulnis. ( thin, l ailcil to a ppearli
1 ml his place w us laki ti bv .1 . Iv
t. inniiig. tin all, 'rntit,'
The men making up this increment
vv i re :
THE HONOR ROLL
The follow inn is the list of til'' so
'octs who will have with Monday'?,
ucreluetit :
.losi'iih A. (laliiin. Ottawa.
Pratlley Pepper. Magnolia. Ky.
Ablo Maceini. Oilavva.
To i.v p I'liini'nbiich Jr., .Mi iidota.
Kdward Win. Carl Saavtef. Milwau
liee.
Willai'd P. Wiley. Marseilles
Prank Putsch. Oitavva.
Paul Jo.st pli March. Ottawa .
Terraiice W, Zellel's.' ( Mtiiwa.
Willlani It. Oibdl, Marseilles.
Stiiny Prank Rucinski. La Salle
Lester liahatl. Ottawa
Henry A. Weber. Ottawa.
Frank II Lut. Mendota.
Lester P. Knash, Ottawa.
John K. Shearin. Ottnwa.
William .1. Crowley, Ottawa,
tleni'v . Wasieitmin. Cilcnt;o
.Ralph I. Pie. Lock Island.
Clayton Levi lle.irdsley. Newark.
Percy C Prnintinl. Ottawa.
Vioh't Colli is. I try Ridftc, Ky
1 .1 K Ruiitiim;. Ottawa
LONE SELECT SENT
AWAY BY CITIZENS
Clifford KicliclbcrHc. I'l't tbi inoiu
ni at 1 1 o'l lock ou Hie Rock Island
for Camp Dode, ln.vn A nunilier ol
bis friends decided that because he
vvns tmikinK the trip alone he would
lint have to no without n llttini; send
i 'IT, so tliev secured ihe Miller lirum
Corps, the IlienibefH of (he Ii. R , a
lifite liuinbt'i' of reprt sentalive tilt
em- and fotined a latv en-ort whbh
llliltclied lliril Hie downtown St reels,
ami iicconipanli jjl him to the depot.
Mr. Klchelberjior wa t leave with
Pie limit ll of M'leetu entrailitliii tvwi
V cek lipo tinlav. but W,t f ,r, e,l to
, r. jiialn at home on u count of tin
d-atli of bis nioilier
I'KEi: TKAnElUIOURNAU
SOCIETY NOTES
. Th ladies of Sr Kluiuis parish will I
o!d au ail day t(.i( Cre-s party on!
'Thursday. May l;th. at the home of j
; .Mrs. I.ouis Met.-r. :iT Walnut -tivci
The day will be petit in sewing fr (
tth" l(ed Cross, iui I a pit tti. luncheon!
Ik- served at in,n All ladies of
;hc pari h ar invited to a'tcini
The Wli'lians Relief Corps ii! hold
it meeting on Wedtosday afternoon.
May t:.th. in Odd Keliow, hull. All
women of the organization are urged
to attend this n, ci ting
Miss Florence Kaill will enteit up
the members ! lo r knitting rl.sb thb
evening at h r linnie 712 iv Siipeiior
.stn-el. The liieinjcrs of the club will
spend the evening k r i . t ; n- and s-w
itig tor the lt d Ctu-.
The members ,,i the Wallace Re'
Cross will hold a sewing ami knitting
pai'.y on WiilncMia , aftetnoon. Ma;
tr.tli. f mm 1 until .'i o'clock at tin
home of Mr.-;. Thomas W. Mm ray
All members of tlo- ,, Cross are in
vited 'o iiltcinl. ;.n, sew and knit.
The annual cle,iion for direct jt o'
the (irawii Ituat t' lib and busines;
meeting will bo liei-i this evening at
S::!n at the club. The polls will lie
(,pcned lit ."i o'chc I; ibis allcrmion, and
will remain open i ii i I S;;:u. Thv
uominatiou coiiimiitie has iMinnnatei
st x ineinbets fur directors, three o
which will be eleiteil. The men win
have hi en tioin"na', d arc It, L. Ahr
becker. (I, K. licattv, C. O. drover. I'
.1. McLei.d. V. S. I.a Clair unit W. L
WeitltZ. Following tile tneetiltg i
inioker will be in Id,
The annual meeting and reccpilot
of the ntembets ol llic A In in 11 i of tin
Ottawa high school will be held ot.
Friday evening. May 17. at the high
school. A short program and
reception will be held, and th'
ttfticcrs for the ciciiing year will b
Merit d. Following the program tin
members of the Alumni will danc
tin'i! midnight, in the gymnasium
t'cfl eshlllt ills will be served hi tin
'araiena uurinu I lie cv cuing. ,
The rcgul.ir Red Cross meeting ol
Daughter of Isabella will be held ot
Wednesday evi niiig of thin week U
the Knights of Columbus halt Instcai
of Tuesday evening. The meeting w a
' postponed because so many of tin
, licinbers wished to attend the perfot
ma nee ol '"I'lie Mikado" at the liiul
lichool. The evening will be spent it
?. orkir.g lor 't'e Red Cros--- ami a linn
report ' of ih" Red Cross (lance re
ci'ti'ly given w ill be turned in.
PRINCIPALS' IN
QUIET WEDDING
Mits Sophia Peck, daughter of Mt
and Mrs. John Kent, P.Ms West Mum
street an.! Leonard W. Passwaler. o
Crand RuLe, vtc quietly manic
viv.iTiliiv afternoon by Rev. Issai
fiiviin. pas'or of the I'nited lvaneeli
cal elioiir, h. tit his home 1111 lllinoi
Ave.
The coin !e vvrrc inialti-iitled. am
die cefeitiony was witnessed by tin
bride's pa rents. Mrs. Passwater was
gowned m a ll'.iv, Ihi" suit wi Ii a lia
to nia'ch.
The young couple wil! make llieit
liouie on a farm near (Jiatul Ridge.
CHICAGO MARKETS
Chicago
lie free
I'Jliyie, lii
I'rade. l,
I 'ol res pell,
Cllica'.m
ma 1 1. el rcpiH l
Trailer .lourm
inlier ol I'liic
oin v bitililiic:
fill 'lllsllei
il by W.
a-o Roan
. idnuie 1
P.m.-,.
lit
Co
Corn
May .
.Lily .
Oats
May .
.1 ill v .
I bu ll
lli::b
Closi
t iv ,
l.PJL
c, a.
hi-
C. K. SMITH IS
LAID AT REST
i '! 'I,i funeral of C. Kiiincv Sniiili a
; held yislei'lay a ft erilooll at :i o"c'.oi k
ir tin tannly lioine north of tie i-n
Hev I'.. I
I'lpiseopal
na. made
tore Tin
. r'urrai, rector of i l ri
t linn h. nirn i.it , in,, ;
In Hie Ottawa Ave i , ue
illlll.iCill'ei'S Wfle: W ''
I
Hi. Charles Hi ok and IT. 1
Ht't'.o.t;. and James A. Suibh, I'r P.
l .'.t kc; ami Joseph l Reel if I'll
Past. III.
HOLD FUNERAL OF
LATE DARLENE SYKES
Pini''!'. 'I services for Miss H.n li ne
Svkes were hold yeslefijay al'l,ilio'U
I rout St. Mary's t huivh in Plica. K.r It
er Pi .rticis. recti if of Hie eliur, b o!b
'I.t! fil . IUill.ll vas ntade in St. M.n v '
etnet el'v
The pall bearers Were I'Mwaiil Man
lev, John Clancy, Adrtiin C.iuui.ttiti.
John N'e.iiy. Jiiines Pit.eiald and
Tlloilias Mauley.
A I. nut number of out-oltown pen
pie a.','leei the funeral.
Mrs. Sflfritlye Dead.
ClicatM. May Pt Mrs Harrv Hoi
don S' llrili'f . wite of the Loud .n
'i ti .i ii priiic". and a former Cli!
iiKit society lender, died of pneuiiui
o.a in Kus'land in'coriPitK to ,it.l re-
eiv eil ic'i e totl.iy.
Try tbe lv' e Trailer f i.irtia' Want
(ur tUtilli.
-ojREV. BRSGGS LAUDS !
YOUNG MEN ABOUT
TO ENTER THE ARMY
tColitime.i Imiti pa'.' 1 )
i file yuuii ineti nf all IjiiiU and f. r
dl time bv the gn-at Api-tle Paul
Eudure li.n dti. .-ii as g,Kd s.ibi r "
I received a letter a few d.iv a
rota the chaplain of the :'.v"tU lull
,!ia infu itty. tatioifi at Camp Z.u !i
ty Tavlnr. loiiisville. K ti t ;i U . in
v hich In- tie,, ribed a recent ' ire"
lavs' hik- with men in khaki.
r the l"ast impn -sive thing to- nur
ated in the letter was the a.-emt l
:' the men. 'be entire 2, ."am iin ti, ex
eUing only the cook and Ills assis
ati's aid the nut: on actual uuard
lu'y. at divine vot'.iip in l!od great
:i:t of doors amphitheatre, wti.-r.- the
haplain addressed that most at: nttvc
aid levereu,! audietn e o,t I'm te Sam'.
ighliiig met) on this same N-vt. Fn
lurv htirdin ss as srood soldiirs ' Tba'
ha plain was my own yonrtaes' iitvth
r. l.i-'U'. Walter M. Urige.
Aould lie pleased tu have lit privilege
,f this aftriiioou to address you vouitg
lien, if he were hern wilh us.
Yell look to me like a bunch ' f fe!
ows who possess a real determini
ton to bci nine soldiers of whom ricim
ouljj be alltinit'l. You have the tie
termination to "make good." You
may expett to make good only io ti"
'Men! of your power to endure hard
less .and strenuous trui ling. You
ire expected to luuki' good, yon are
tine that yon can make good, anil we
know that you will make good
As you go from ih. remember that
your home folks expect you to make
;o,.d soldiers. These Mother's Day
ueens ale staking their al! on you.
Ton can bear through all tin- heroic
He of Sinator Sum Houston the words
if a typical American mother, when
t the time of th" war of 1M2 she
ilacetl a musket in bis band and naid:
'There, my son, take tlih. and ncvci
Isgraec it, for remember I would rath
r all my son.-, .should tillVui honor
hie uravc than that one of them
liotild turn Ins h.n k to n,e enemy.
Io. and' remember, too. thai vvhtin
ny cottage door is always open to al!
brave men. it shall be forever shut
tr.ainst craven cowards," Young man
f your mother is here tlii-t afternoon.
j hp approves every word of brave Sam
j louston's noble mother.
Remember, again, that the peaplc
it Ottawa and La Salle County ex
eri you to "endure hardness as good
-oldiers." To a man we are dctcl
lined to back you up. II we litid
thicker or traitor anywhere, in thi.
rmtitv' who rrfucc-t to get back of vouj
vlth hi.s money, his sympathy and In,
nora! suppop', we'll t-ee to it that h''
,oon ceases to enjoy the peaceful pa.'
uil of lu'otecicd Priissianism. You
nay rept assured that his name will
)e stricken from the lulls of our te
cpcetable American citizens and be
vill he enrolled by number in dctcti
ion camp until such time as it may
e eoliveni'nt to dispatch llittl to some
emote grotto in the realms of His
Satanic Majesty, or make It'in of-''i-itil
hangman of Kaiser Hill.
Young men, I pledge you my sacred
lonor i It t t the people of Ottawa and
)a Salle county are strong lor you. I
leaf i: everywhere, from school boys
Mid girls, from shop keepers, from
muse wives, from farmer trotn ba'tk
t's. IK, m professional t: n .from ev
T.vboily. You may have the wheat
,nd the meat, we are always ready to
liswer the call of the Red Cros;, the
V. M. C. A.. Ih, Knigbls of Columbus,
he Sniilage Fund, 'be War Saving and
''hrii't Stamp
'nele Hani's
a.-t dollar is
The Vauks
i a n i p:i ii s , a .id dea r o'd
I ibei'l y I oans until our
spcni . Veu. a nd yen sim;
are Coming." and we'll
ii, ike I'.ood un'i! iliey have taken
our
ueii up lo foi'l v an ! lift.', and our bin -lown
to lii'tet-n yeirs of a-e, f"f when
he account w''h Prussia. lisin is
anarcil and the bocks are audited, no
contribution to the credit side of lb"
cic,er will loom larn'T than that ol
ou." own home town and county
Oaie tnop I bal you retiu tubi'i' that
i'licle Sam evpccts mi l.i make iooM.
Mid uy the Inip ot foul. I iu ip am
bra ve men ill
' r ..llor:et pot
Postponed.
I lie ir 1U IMR'ant lo Ii" uiv
lie pupil.- of .Mi-- Laura Have
'Olllleeil for Pridav evellitli; ol
i m-k at the aritiot v . has been
joneil until I'ndav, Ma L'I.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
(Mali) wiiiit mid nection mu livu.)
'ARM LAN I is I
proved inriiis
oine crop pa in
Vihl I. mil is. ;
1 ill soon aiivaii,
lo.i
C. .1. ( .iiinin -
W N i l- 1 1 Man and woitian '
in vt a -Irn ':1a: t ;, and
''.' '' pi r lao.'i! ii board a ad i oom
1 1 i ! lo Slewait. Ollawii Teni l obai.
ll.VRHAINS IN NKW
".piare piano, litti !
PIANOS
I Im
,it! it'll
III ll'l'
tone alld b
i:ln piano
iii'sh and tue up
oiidil ton. Tin e
,i;d t lie prit es v. ,11
l V let III- if o w i
R I. Jack -on. '
uua Piio :n I" J
ire I
in, iv,
I liarca in
llelll 1 1 ' 1 - L
ii
I I.a S.i
( V
I
On -I iitl.c
all 'tlioi it
oil broiicb,
r pbai-e I
ill bll-i
set With
tlltll 'O
lie-" distill '. j:,
liiliali's. I''itn,
111" ollice Rcw a il
WAN'TI.II -Hirh Liiolo man on,
tiioioimlilv familiar with the tniii
mi; of ant and 1 1 u y A man who
wants to lit t ter lit" con II' am and ha v ,
pel in.iiietit i tiii.u ( tinn. Mum k,it-
'lie busine from A to '. Addie.--
P O Pin ."P.. MtMrtii, III
e.ll IIS lo V il l OI'V Ml
-ible tunc ll ,
OR SU.K Cecil ..ie a
!...' ii par aei . it 1 i S
in lai utr at j
and ii..v a .'il. Pi i ': tt
e; rite for ,!, . i ip- m
Vb.Mleel, S It M
OTTAWA TO PUT
WAR FINANCING ON
BUSINESS BASIS
k'.'l,...Ullle,t 1 1 1 111. fate I I
I ,
obd
-1 -,,ll
I.' ed It
" "'is ia
Til- in -v
t..r the
IMO.C Un
it: -ati;
know ;
0 t:-. ,v.c
S.l'ie.
1 '.
Tile I,
.tl Will.
ll e-
IU .tit lis
,'lt id
Takll. ;
,oi,e
nil,'
It ti.
a!, and i fat
'in'i a b.
r Cln t w ill
kctiiHia. am!
-. var I'm
lit
Ittt
i.i
-,e, pi.
.' av v .'
!g tl'.elll t
'.-. of 1
'O '.cltOtM I.I
.an l'e its
.-m.'tit
i out
en 'tie
i , -in!
,e Red
ii '.-!:-
tillauc
.IV:
pt.e
a b
1.1
l-.ovv hi
utg on
FIANCE OF OTTAWA GIRL
KILLED IN ACTION
'ii. A, I
R oh
.lot, n
I
Kdwa:
eilllth
o! l'i
''- V. ','
'I .It
I-. time.
ii.eigh'er Mis
Mr
.SHOOK.
Sto.ok.
ot
:'(,.! stf. -
h.l tile .1 p-
: F.'.war
Hi" , ..
,i:g l.tll.
I r.i lice.
l'v .I'll '
1 n il i
I'.d.ii..
peat tug
in
I,
I VeStef-
lav
a
' on w 111 ii-
; I . I it ! 1 :i ' of
.iiu, M-lioo:
io I It'a a
g his coin
s end M'V
I' gill tug 0
Lieu:. I
In- See. t
al Foil Si
iiut'i' diatt
lllis. i ill ;
et-al das
Lieut,
veal ; old
, I
Iv ,'.:t", teeeiv
-I Nov , i,l. i
w it'i Itt- !'iu ie
Kd.vafds w.i;
win", l;e e'.i'e
- ili.ttv four
t", I 'he 'tain
ing camp. II" wa bern in Orcein'
Count . lilinoK. I ! a' lemli d I he
Fniversitv of Illinois, and graibtatcd
from lit" hivv eii ml llicie. He prac
ticed law tor ,-evetnl vear-i in Rock
Island, and w ., as.- ,. taut Sta'e-- :i"
tot in y I in n .
Two veins ago lie returned ! i I ,ir
lolloli his bovliood lioine and ol' tlii d
a law I'll'Me, :i",l a1-,! f ei t bis i.'o.-k
1-1. 'Ud cilice.
Now Use for the X n?y.
Ilileresiing ep, fi'iH'iil - Ittive been
cumlncteil at Munich and Vl-iin.i in l liu
exa'iiui.a t ion of obi per! rails vvi'h
Roelllgell fil.Vs. Olie o, l,e clll.itOl.3
of the art niii-eiiiii it, ed ihe rays mi
an obi M:i ilt m i i:i poi'irait and discov
ered evidence ol' a later ovel'paintillg.
In Vienna Prof. .Max Dvorak applied ihe.
same lesl lo a pi.-iut f i!ie Man-
le-na s, hool, v. bicli lni'l bc.-n badly
llisllglllt'd by later altt'lllpts ,-it reeoll
- inictii'ii. The X c;i y pbotogi':iib dis-
cbc-cil perfectly 1 1 iv original colilour
of the paint ilig.
TO
LAST TIME
Douglas Fairbanks
jb.ji.mwi wnuii Minn mmuiHiirmmmnmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi
"REACHING FOR THE MOON"
FIRST SHOW AT 7:00
TUESDAY
Virginia Pearson in "A Daughter of France"
THE GREATEST LOVE AFFAIR OF 1118
ww
Frank Daniels in
"Mr. Jack Wins a Double Cross"
AIfo Two Reels of Roaring Comedy
FIRST TIME EVER SSHOWN IN OTTAWA
MANY LAUGHS ANOTH HILLS
TOMORROW
Bryant Washburn in "Twenty One'
- WEDNESDAY --
Mae Marsh in "Fields of Honor
COMING
"The Kaiser, The Beast of Berlin"
I
NOTICE
As
c ilcni.titil
ohl out
Das nearly
i School Am
on lccrvc must
toinoi t tw nii'ht,
w.
fOC THMI
Nturt Btiter.
hift.-r th- r!,nh mI ef thm "
fr.-iu M, frwo, i ! f
l. '.t'r iba' are !
V. :
. r-.l
o
hoe,
le.
r--t I-. tieik-v' ur ti arnn,
ciiii.t .s. mul oii. Th
w teitfs.cn. pulp of th OUt
ta-'wl tie i)o PKtives. audi
I.ertrtv tw.. itiirils lott-
tr.-. l.-tt!ili'UJ i. tr its
!' hen l..it l"i yr' M,
I!
"I
he- , efoie t tbe ,f of thftat
1 1 ' 'ive.
Crt Old Seutt-ern Cty.
M. b
v ,,t, e.
i -
t.r-ib
i. stint
n in.
, rbe (pl'"J
v . !;tii:it. .uft
nd ef dutk'es.
t ! and run'
- lie. t .f inters
West t,d: at
-o . ; 'y. ni'i: a ;
"iiurj resell i !
r-'n n.l.e f
,1
n : I i- ' i
fr-.ei lb
I"
rt
f..r Z'
t.-u'h.
no mmi-i Like lilet
is lookiiu forr.
fu tile riber tlmn
l.,:-,'tltii ptist. LX
t t;
b.
i-l
nrl
.-b.'iti;
Artif cial Eye for the Dead.
lelol.v e'l.uun (lie tit.t artitieinl eye
were n. ii made ;.,r mini; person Let
for the .! ltd 111 'be .!!. of the ,irti
ei Pl'ii'-ii..l, 'he K'cyp'tnii eiiibtiluii'l
reliioe.l lie w, ol the def II lien. ( frtr
w lii.t '.' "i.i, I now eW be call.fi
"VVell fuiiertll"). t' .1. c.-.t pluUT or
uhx Into the sockets and set in th
l.-ilOT eves ol Vol.Hllii' gl.l-s n M'tlil-
precuuis stone of one kind or mother.
Mares Wanted.
We have an order for a load of
draft males lo weigh Iroui twelve to
lifti-cn hundred pounds each. Age
three to ten y.a.s old. Mares with
.-nine blemishes can be used.. Price
must be reason-aid,'. Call us up uml
tell us what you have.
Y. K PR1CIIARD & SONS.
WANTED !
Body Ironers.
Hand Ironers.
Markers and Sort
ers. Starch Girls.
At Once for Steady Work
BRADFORD'S LAUNDRY
TONIGHT
IN HIS LATEST
ARTCRAFT PICTURE
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mxrnnmummmmmimmKmmmmmmmKmm
TODAY
Norma Talmage
IN
401d Reliable"
A Powerful Two Reel Story of
Self Sacrifice And a Young
Girl's Peril.
TONIGHT
William Russell
-IN
The Midnight Trail
-W ONDERFUL
lor "Mikado" tickets
the capacity ot the
ttotium. a
coupons now
c.illcd lot
before 7:30
THE HIGH SCHOOL

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