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Established 1t4 OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 18 FREE TRAJDER-JOURNAJ WtATHtR Fair and colder tonight. Frida fair. Somewhat warmer in P. M. VOLUME :i.--.NO. 17 OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, 'IIIMiSDAY, JANl'AliV U, VJVJ. 1'ltICE, TWO OEMS. SIffl HIT PEEK hMLL 1 1 BUGABOO OBLIVION AS BATE TAKES SLUMP OTTAWA THIS YEAR PAY $8.84 ON ASSESSED $100 TO CUT IN CITY AND COUNTY TAX SAVES DAY FOR 1918 ASSESS MENTS UTICA SHOWS AN IN CREASE AND MARSEILLES A DECREASE. ftie biiKahoo that iiniiually hescls O.tawa pri:,n'i ' owihts was i. in.ni'd today wh.'ii oxji.tH in tho oll'ire oi (mnly (''.oi k 'I honias IVi-jmisoii an-1 iKMinrt'.l a n-ilili'tioa ol' I! i-. tits -v flHO t Uixos. Th.i ra-f for ll'ls lias' tx't'n t'stalilishi'd at. $n4 on the lmn ilnnl dollar iuwa.uiWt aiii.' h RKHinst in f:il7. Tiio tkutv., ; rompllfd hy Misst'H V;l.ir Maa.-r anil K;la Hciiklo, tax -puti-s. sla.w tin voinifar.it ivo in;.. ilivi.lr.l as t'oiinw-;: 1913. 1917. State $ .75 County . 75 $ .93 1.05 .12 2.20 .61 1.85 2.30 $9.03 Town 18 District schools 2.15 Road and bridge 61 High school 1.90 City 2.50 Total $S,8 lly this talde It will l.e no:e,l -h. Htate tax ."hows a r.ilmlhm !", oi'nts, -while the conniry r:i-e dr ;is .'in ceiKs. Town tax Is Incrcase.i o.'nt.s. The district school rate is shaved down " cents the hundred, whilo th hinh school and oi'y tavs Hrp movfd irp. the city rate Indus run up from $2.:ui to fi.:,-'. The l.i saving, the figures cliscn;.', conies throup.li the stato and TOidif.v di artJiiont.-i. Curious persors who have heen 'n MlRal.in? iii'iiiiries to ascertain lmn much taxes they woii.d lia'.e j-ay for the last, year w ill tat her si. me sola. in these i!as of hi-li livim; cost, Income lax and war excises to lilirn that, some s i n lit relief is ahead for thorn when tliey come to ay ,. ; aKses.smenfs f:.r operaliiin the alia,':., of town. oily. s'a:e and conn'. v. 'I"' Ill-cent shave will ho iinanim.Hi ly au proved aiul w olci.me.l in ai! .pun rich ami jioor alike. South Ott.iwa. Over in South Ottawa there ha hoeii a cut of A cents on Hie sura tola!, with the money 1 eh, divi.l.u amiine t,he dil'lereul d."ariiueii!s a- DIY COSTS M0UNT:C0MPANY C'S HOME follows : 1918. 1917. State $ .75 $ .90 Town 07'. j .06! '2 County 75 1.C5 District school . . 2.15 2.20 Road and bridje. .61 .61 High school 1.90 185 City 2.50 2.30 Total $3.73'2 $3.97! 2 Utica Rates Up. I'ljca lias not heen as fortiori!. - u. Ottawa an I South Ot'iiwa. the ra is thorn Kliowinii an increiise of 4 a cenla In 11117 the lax was ?ii.:!2, while tin-; year the rate has heen estaho.-hod al l;.77. Tim funds will he divided as i'o! low 1918. 1917. State $ .75 $ -90 County .75 1.05 Town .27 .10 District school 1.65 1.50 Road and bridge.. 61 .61 Nonhigh school 10 .16 Hard roads 10 Bridge bonds 19 Village 2.45 1.90 Total $3.77 $6.32 The hifr increase, ibis report shows, is charged against the village, where tin? rate moves up from $1JM) to $2. la. In Marseilles. Marseilles finds itself ItiVi cents In the pood on its cost, per hundred dnl lars of assessed values, the new rn'es disclose. aLst year the tax was $S.42M and this year it drops to'$.H 27, divided as follows: 1917. 1918. State $ .75 $ .90 FADES INTO TOTAL, FROM BELFRY l) 2,000 ASKED FINISH WORK EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO GET BUILDING IN TIPTOP SHAPE FOR RECEPTION OF HOMECOMING HEROES. Application to I ho Illinois h't,i,la-tun- I'or an aililiiiotial $l.n n w hioh !o loinj '.l.' Armory will h: i.".:olv 'iiiforc :lio j p r - 1 1 1 --fs.-ion .1' tlH' two lions, s is con. i, !.-!. ' hi., hi'canio i.nowu l.nlay when it was an tlo-niiraiiy siai.sl !,y An hit. John I lanir. n a hill lias h, , n pr, p,,r.- I ;iiiil iha in the h, in, Is oi lion. I,.-.- o'N'.-i! Urouiio lor prosi'iil.it ion to llio . ia nr.'. While the a.inoi'y has und roio niu. h nccd.'d i :u j.r. . v . !n . -ni w il h h' i-'l1.- ii ;i.pr. ipri.i:. .1 ! i lo- last i.-.: islataio. ih.'i'o is urK'-n! nc,..! lor rii.; funds willi uhi.h lo roiii;l,a,. th tak and prepare the Inii.dliu' lor th rere(pllon of lis hero:.: leliants they retnin from l''iancc. en al - oi The $ j j hi in'n in mi, .i, I lowed lo make .a.- Inn;.' till pr t'.i el i in; Ihe. annorv a.iinsl i , i f. 1 1 vval.-r the concrete wall alolnr ll.e we.-1 sup .,f 1 ae h'oalmi;, and lor la I- lav oik ii- crele floor ia ill 'i.--f):i'nt. Other ; i lin l iiiK. decora incidentals, such a Live stone win l. w .ok elc, (iiiii" on i of the fund. Al Ihe present lime, wit.' the fili sti:i lackinn in (oinpleij in. ,h, money is exhuu.-tod and much re : mainx to he done hel'ore th" strucl.iTi 1 is road) for oenpam y hy its hon.n e youiiu men who now are in p'raue surviiiK 1 heir tl:v.' Amoii',' the tliinss coul, mp'aie.l f.r j iinprovoiiioill under Architect Hani ' fen's plans aie pavimenl for tl:.; ' spa. e h, 'ween ihe west wall anil the 1 lo'W coiici. lo wall: Use if a iaru, iMii'.'i'ity of hli.ck earth for a surface 1 to the ma'iy hiis that have I . i made; sow inn it ura.s-i seed; plan' ini? of shrulis; insla I'al ion of an , on iric sump lump 'o car'-;, oft i;ii!.i, :i-a lion resuliiiiK loni V.inh water. The floor o; (lie main hall is in had need of repair and part of (he mule", will he used for siMidpatonm; and shaving down tin' rou-'h spo's, mad r. 5 ; 1 i; li hy tun ,1a in pae'ss re.-ai. i in tr irom I the Hoods of the pas! two years. '1 he ' It, Mir will he entirely dressed down and relinishe.l. Another part, ol" the money will he Used for coniiidel inn the r i f I l aii'. e lo which will ho added a heavy s:eeto th. ahiilment for stoppiim ihe hullels. If Ihe appropriation is secured. ;o it douhUess w ill he wi:h the en'in l.a Salle County delegation al Sprin;; lie.d iiiillini? hard for it. the armor., appropriations lo.late will avirr.u-a'. api.roxiniately 57.",,' mi. AH the ''lceal' legislators lire .onvince.l Hie ai p. a i.s a worlhy one and will da their in most lo n't the comni'lllee to favorahly pu.ui it. pas STREATOR WOMAN IS 1 KEPT BUSY TALKING OF "MODERN NEWSPAPER" ' .Mrs. Virginia l-tdtoy of Streator, I editor of Ihe Independent Times, do liv. red an adilron liiis aMemoon a: -'o'clock at. the Congress Hotel. Obi I cam), to the Colony of Ohio Vunt 11 ,'in ( lib ago on "The Modern Xewspa j per." .Mrs. I.eKroy has delivered nil j dresses in Oilawa on several urea ' sions and is well know n here. I This address was delivered lh." past j ..-.11 miner before tlrt S.iil.o Council of jliofelise, and since then she lias heen j iinalde 10 (ill half the lecture calls 1 'hat have come to her. Leading biisi j ness and professional men declare ; her handliiiK of this subjecl is 1I10 i host, they have ever listened In. County 75 1.05 Town . .21 .07! 2 District school 3.00 2.95 Road and bridge 61 .61 City . . .' 2.95 2.50 Hard roads 35 Total 8.27 $3.43Ja I f-M ! UN J Ml 1 I MiMieOTif; U' -j . mm nm $msef T0 ACTUAL TBK3S I j. MISS MAUDE DEIST, STANDING j j , I btblUt LARGE BELL, SOUNDS WCfy O II i CHRISTIAN'S "ASSEMBLY" FROM i'&MZr&$A'?$l U Ml BAPTIST CHURCH TOWER. U'Mlf' I tl The Han- of a trumpet a it pealed VWH V - - ' - W.T My (.;kI to Thee" from the !&M &t V M j rr: li::;:r:,t::" :r,r! litiC ' th 'inn KIIIFfl nilPIMP, ! night, some in won. It-r and smuk in : ViMiw'V''"' 1 V' W V V f ' fliii d k ISAYS UMW WE! .-:.:-:;Jiiira. $ fPlOT$ AT BERLIN! Mrs. Uiarles Lei,,. Shu Hi,,,!,,,! to ,jjv' MWwIV Wi'jfoffi j vr top or id.. tower an.!, standing! 'iHVVr V.-v 8" MS$S3 ! I alongside ,h, monster h,li. poised ' !MWMi'?:hT'A HP tyfoWWA hX&PMtM ! SPARTACUS TROOPS ARE DE-, r.- d t for In r nerioi iiiaiice ful of (.he r. al distance t rate. I h. r from tint earth oi.lovv h. r art 1st ie skill she Irumji 'U seiiihlv" as Ihoai-'h her life .1 upon I otiiTinK folk iniu reiiyimis livily. Her undcri ah uu' was a .sue cess. H. r iruiupei cn!ie I main who . ll.i'rvpo would riot have heen then, to the a.eeiiui: of the r.rotiieih.K.d at Ihe chinch A ituod crowd was a.s .elllh.. il i,r Ihe lilil 1 nieelillK. ,ke tin Jaeger and 10m i ly Palmer made 1 itli contrihution 10 ilie iiiii- j sic, .J 1 1 ro ra m of Ihe evening. The speakers were Arthur I'richaril, John : Hi. If. Tl;'otloro Kusiis and I'.'lmer 1 Itoiierts. The sulijecl was "What .vh u Thin k of Jesus Christ. ' John llolf. the tir.-t speaker, sine a clear expor ilioti of the Seri'ptiil e, lion Christ u.sks, "Whom do 110 :1 say Ihat I. Ihe Son of Man, am?" He Continued on J'ae f, Col. 3.) iHOUSE TO TAKE I UP DRY PROPOSAL i NEXT TUESDAY P. M. 1 I Spriiiolil.l, Jan. Ih Consideration ' of tin; national prohilhition amendment adopted in Ihe senate hy a two t-o tme vote, will h,. made the regular ; order of inisiness 111 the house of I representatives next Tuesday. The decision was harmoniously reached hy both wets and drys of the house today before adjournment, shortly after reemv. niiiK. BABY FALLS OFF CHAIR; WRIST IS INJURED Martin Hatiley Jr.. the one year old son of .Mr. and Mrs, .Martin llanley of Mulberry street, pulled himself lip side of a chair Tuesdav after- j noon ami tell, badly spraiiuiK his right I wrist. Dr. A. J. Huberts was called to ia,! tend him. but on account of t ho na I tu iv of Ihe injury was unable in ie.ll I w'h. 'flier the hone was broken or tin; wrist was sprained. The child was taken down to Or. Hoherls' office and an X-ray pieturo was taken of Ihe wound, and it was; found no bones were broken. HOLD FUNERAL OF LATE MRS. GAEFCKE The funeral service of (he lale .Mrs. Martin Caefcke, Jr., was held this afternoon al 2 o'clock, from th! home uf her penults. Mr. and Mrs. Merman jShuelt on DeKalb street. Fat.hv-r I Putin oflioiatiiiK. The pall hearers w ere Hoy Weston, John lioeinor, t ..!',. i.-.. 1,.. ...... o..i.t,ot o.. Louis I . ........ . .m , ,M , .,,ioue- I.tll, '111, v 111- jtent. Schotnas and Wil.iam lloffinan. I'urial was made in Summit Mew c.iielery. CUPID IS BUSY GUY IN COUNTY COURT! Judge Mayo's offices in ihe" court house were turned inlo a Cupid s bower this ;i,I ! eraooii when lwo wed dings were performed there inside half an hour. The first couple to bo married were Miss Katy W'aehowiak and Spirits I'oulos, both of La Salle, who arrived iihout, ii o'clock. A few minutes inter Miss Anna Whetzyl and Henry, were James J. married. inmir 11. 'Il c.intnhution lo lilt' lull-; - ' , Amsl onluni (his arn.rnmin ! Ryan, holh ol j SPEAK mmmmm A I I ICQ Til CRT fmnn - ilf IljMMW . FEATE BY GOVERN M ENT With ! ARMY-LEADERS OF COUNTER ., . 1 ' Tl !' lr;'(vi . i'i I' vf 'A M.njU I H - 1CL , .sy t -'. 'f- "cl w. ' 11 -a .' 71 I HCVUL H rt C LUmb MUHt. K t- ' sons U,,l in n,,,,!,,. ho-'fat .ho ! BALTIMORE AMERICAN, , V Wtf 1,! , .. .11 , I' ' " ' T ' i The Sparlari.ios lost, lifly lnon 1n OTTAWA'S ONLY BIRDMAN HOME LIEUT. STRAWN GAY GIVEN HON ORABLE DISCHARCE FROM ARMY AIR SERVICE, WHERE HE EARNED COMMISSION. Lieut. Strawn A. (lav. Ihe onlv ( taw a hoy w ho uaalilied as an aviator j in the aero service, has been tiven I his honorable i i - harue from the) service anil has ret urn oil lo his home 111 this city. Tor the past vevorn' months Lieut. Cay has heen .staiione at. Kelly field, S in Antonio, Texas. He enlisted in the service at the . Salle recruiting ollice in locei:iber. 1 ' 1 7, and was sent lo .IctTcr-on liar racks. Later he, was traii.-ierre 1 ti Chanuie field, and was .sent from lh. re lo Kelly field. T'-as. A tel.-iam reached Oi awa a-? noiinciriir thai 'he (Miawan h "I ipiali lied as a full lli'dted aviator and had received a sec, uul lieuien.in,'s com mission on the m nnim; the armistice was sinned. 1 to lore enlerini; the si rv h-o Lieut Cay was as-eri.rcl with John W Hanifen in the a 'chitoctur.il business lie first enlishd as a ineiiiUer of Coti, Itany C, bin an accident causi'iL: bin: to ehronie t 1 1 1 1 r;i j-i I i . -j t f mailt i' impossible fur him lo 'caw with "')! tawa's own'' . gained his he, excitement on a; Hie ollice , and denial'..'. 1 mil il ary serv b Lieut. Cay t. of his tlii-'hts had a very he was n; 1 ; loon which V earth and b'c mpany Wheii he f" lii he cri-ale.! a sou'.; day when h" called : he xoinpt ion l.-.:ir 1 to lie in, In. ted mt'i i.s nianv o.xi itit'ir ' a !' iiii.mg ihe cloiiiis. IP o I 1 I 1. el ce w hel 1.1 an observation bal 1 "1 loose trt'iu nil.' lost. I! SHABBCIMA TRANSFER CO. DISSOLVES Springfield, buna Trims o In. lay t . ri itn , cotjiora 1 ion a I, .'. I.. Jan. lh - The Shab Compain of 10 'aw a a tllsslilllti.'tl of the surrend' red il - char CHAMBER OF COMMERCE; TO HOLD ANNUAL MEET! i 'ars W III In (lilt w a I lai 11 ro next e he.d'of Illinois The annua Chan, her oi' next Monday Clillon Hot' served at f, : : business ni" ports will b Ilieetitlg of 111 onill.er. e will be i-veiii!:-'. Jan. 111. at the! , A supper will l-e o'clock, and the annual ling villi follow. lie- 1 " given by the various of tho annual election of ol e held. floors. fleers and will FOR IT! EX-SOLDIER SUED BECAUSE HE SAID E PRIVATE EDWARD PASSWATER JUST OUT OF ARMY, MADE Dl VORCE DEPENDENT FOR ACCU SATIONS HURLED AT BRIDE. Localise her husband accused her of being limine to him while he was1 in tho army serving his country, and insisted that she iiad been fait hies.-, j Mrs. Sophie l'assvv ater, nee Heck, of Oliawa this morning in the Circuit i Court tiled suit lor divorce, giving' that as one oi her grounds tor obtain ing her lr.edoin. The I'assw atei s were married .May 11'. II'IS. On September of last vear the husnand went lo war, leav ing his brine at home with relatives. On liecember Us he was discharged irom the army. lloth during his service and utter his honorable discharge he is accused of charging his wife of being fi'Iomilj wiih other men. She was constantly spiel upon by his relatives, vhe said. They joined hint in the a.cu-aiions against, hoi ('in. sl.it y. Finding life under such conditions iinhoaraiile Ihe wife says she was forced to leave her husband an January .ill. Soldier s Will Filed Th- win of John ( J. aides Madden Mondo'a Vank. who was killed early . oi October durmg Ihe lighting at Ar j i.'oiine loie- t. was tiled I'or probate i to, 1. 1 in the Probate Court. Sohiioij Vi in', h a ! 1 -1 1 an . "pi it y in real . a 1 e : urn" h $1.7io an I personal prop.-Mv j con I-, pig larg-'v of I.ibertv ettir ; I to the v a'ue ,,!' I ' His lie ii ler I Mi's. M. ,. !.!, M.eldoli. was made s,,c I heiielicia ry under 'he wi'l. A sister I Stella, is i.a 'u,-l eve. 11' ri x Th'' will is the !is,l o I ' 'ouul v soldier lo die I'm I'o he P..i for p'oitate 1 I Iran II A a . L'Ti. .- ho i Iv I La Sidle , cou'iy . P was !'' VOUHg I'' I Mad b'ii volunteered for serva-'- vviih I the A uieri. an foi oos. ju. OF I. ON TRAIL OF SEVEN MILLIONS Chicago. in Se illi'.n d.d -I I'e 1' sis l lllv ersjiy :e lr,b'i.is lbacks'OUe Mill be for e:t 1 ,'ii" for Isi-.e-l of w ok t,,r infeua! itit I vostorduv- Hotol. Of this . ".. .perilling OX Delists building purxses. The s.lnte.1 bv It. Hd iiHtiid -1 budget, pr, Jiinies. i'fes blent, vote. was indorsed bv a una; itm WIFE WAS 1 IM m pi IPO mu Paris, Jan. 9. Premier Clemenceau has made an engagement to confer with Col. House, of the .American peace commission at 4:15 o'clock this Amsterdam this afternoon. The Sparlacides lost, lifly men the attack- 011 Anhalt station. The Kovern'nu.-nt is still master of the situation in Berlin and the lead ers of the Spartaeidos group are said to be losing hope. Yanks Going to Berlin. London. Jan. lh American troops .will go to Berlin to restore order, it is reported in Amsterdam today. Servo Notice on Turkey. Lmdou, Jan. .''.--Tho allies have ; served notice on Turkey that utile- ; the Turkish commander and the gar risons at .Medina surrender iiimie ; diaiely the forts on Hie llardanelle-. w ill li,- destroyed enl.ieiy. il, was I learned today. A British lorce has! I heen iont into the Caucasus to f.,ree j J the two Turkish army corps there PC i depart and end the lighting l.etwee:) the Ceorgians, A rm. niaiis and others. I Tim evacuation of M,f... Turkish j j troops in ilia!, region is being larried' ; out slowly, with the soldiers burning 1 anil pillaging as they go. Loyal Troops in Berlin. Berlin. Jan. .s. v ia Copengah. n. Jan 1 flerman troops support ing the Khert government eiiier.d Ihtaii 1, day and drove back the Spin l.u id..-, , The troops .alii.' from I'nl-il.un. ' FORMER OTTAWA RESIDENT DEAD I lilis : h at1 r. .1 Word was re, . afternoon aniiou 'Iil i-i'tt I his mo Sheehau. a I'oiii: ill-lit of this ci'y Sheoiian w i'! be fur bun;,! Sat in. ib ...(,., 1 .1 - h; -I., deputy sin nil. ill.' Misses McL. HI 1 w a " d.'.l! Mr- ' -I- ''11 I' MiSS JENNIE QUIRK IS SERIOUSLY ILL . r;l :r. r. Mr. I 'U,,u- RELEASE HOME FROM QUARANTINE Mr and Uiils ilVeli:, i i , ii' her a .1 ii Ml! 1.1 ' l IVi .-on o! I ol f lie '.I'll : '.' d .v 1 i d i'U I s ..i.r-oi.! vs let w ;; s red T' U'l'lef ..Hi honi 'il i SPARKS CAUSE FIRE ALARM 1 j Tiie tin ! li:.- home pa rt in"tif w as c.i 1! d t, Prank ( ran. . ' 1 n V. V .t et. last evening at i',:' ", flying :-p;iri-.s ;roui the d the neigh.i'ors to Do j Lala.v el I,- si ro i o'ch M'ii, w l.t ii ! chimney caii- ; coiiiij alarmed afternoon, just loefore the scheduled conference of President Wilson, Pre mier Clemenceau, Premier Orlando, A. J, Balfour and Col. House at tho foreign office. This conference Is th first meeting in preliminary to the ac tual peace meeting. One of the purposes is to select the exact d;ito for the preliminaries nexc week. President Wiisou spent the morning making a study of the data turned over to him by Col. House. This deals with general plans for the preliminary conference. Late Wed nesday he talked at length with Sec retary Lansing; and Colonel House. Dou'lit was expressed today whoth.- a.111 for the proiliminary con ould bo arranged "without iay. nera! arrangements indicate) question will he taken up igue of nations, agreement on collateral UUest ions. Third, indemnities nad the methods of payment. Four, territorial boundaries. To Arrest Anarchistic Aliens. Washington. Jan. U.-The arrest and detention 'pondini; their deporta tion of all aliens found advocating anarchy or the destruction of prop erty is planned by the department of labor. Socrelarv Wilson announced j '.today. j Instructions to UiU effect will 'bo . sent to all immigrulion officials bv fore llm end of tho week. Secretary ..Wilson's ftatemoii! wn,s taken to in t diiate the first concert' oil move ol' tho I government to stamp out the bolshe j vik movemeiit, in this country, i Defends Troops in Russia. ! WiiKliington, Jan. !!.-. V .heavy vol ! liy of .piesiions. iiil raim."i 10 demon strate thai the I'niteil Slates has no 1 right to continue maintaining ils pros I ''tit for.es in Russia, mot, Senator : 1 1 itch, ock's deft use of tho American Russian policy in Ihe Senate this aft, ernoi 11. Tho s. filler 1 oiilenile.l that Hie I Yanks and ihe allied troops went inlo Siberia solely to check the spread of (i"-!ii:ni inku, nc- in Russian ti riilory ; and 1 roiect fue ('7. eho Slovak again-t Herman prisoners, I "Wo canno; t.pen tho .lour by with 1 drawing our troops and invin'ng (.ler inaiiv to inakx a. new offensive in this: .!i"ei'i ion," he said We can I violate Ihe ;i!;r'"'.'!)i-n! tin ha i w it u our ail ies " ''Will you state what that agree no ".' is"' Setiiitor ,iii!iis,ii; of Oali'.'or :.;a i oinb dly asked 'I iiiii i know i'." Hiii'looik replied. P r iu th.e naU're of ,1 secret t i'e, 1 1 y I a s', ii,.. 1 In re ( . I,, , Vv r'Hell agre" :!' tr .111,1 in. in- than t'n re v. as a Mr. I'"'! igi'i-eii). nt to send troops to r...not. 'W" went ;, ., iu,. ,,;. 1, iial of tlm s'lpr 'ii. war i out'.' ! ni i 'a I i "V. e w .til in :;'.. b-r 1 : 1 " ,1 ,,' -e ion of Co. h " ' I t o il " I h.i ' l,i j.iiti is w : ' a I ra w i:i g : "r :' u i is," -it ;.' ih. ' If Japan !' " ' 'hi! ihe ; ; 1 . .0 . I liillli is " 1 ' ; 1 ' she .;.!. w :.,'!; . v ies.' ! r ;-. :.y c .':,; a In- I ni'. d S "t s : ' ; . .-no ?" I i ; 1 . e u.jili' : ',,' . ' 1 1 -n lli.lt -' uat i, "I th.i 1 ,;, n. - 1 , 1 : 1 liat-rty W'.i .-ii 1 1 g 1 1 . u ,Ui:i. ,1 'ihe i"i;.! pro .!. 'c.i d' ;iii,!i i lh :t ;: I :,,'"! Stale., 1 I'm -p - be r-' 1 1 ' 1 1 V ' , I ,1 . ,s !;:-'( 'CO v, ic, d ii, ' !. S"i;,!'e t, j ,.; -, : ..,., hy S.'i 00- lu.ra". ,u I I. ho. In v ig, u ou ;', ( h b" t- 1 ' e,i ' h 1 1 ' .1 t ' U' h a ' 1. ', ' lie- !' ii'ill'l .' 1. ! i;ui Is ' i:.., ... ".h!i"! 1 Horn ' X'.sei f.u people. ' 'e--o 'h, tn: ii ki ti," b" ..aid, ''he M'ho'e 1" Moll! I , lll.llld lh.lt one i'ld'ed S'.l'is got out and b't il'i-.s 1 -.ii'.. h'-r mi !! a It ai is. "If '' ' l av o :,v f r'in r isk t.i la '",,";:: in Ilis-',!.' h" -aid " v- have no!od;. ''!', to in'i'-riii ;i I nos any one n i",...-, we can lick Cernianv thru Ru-sia with 1 1 e noil and yt-t our soldiers are there lighting and dying with no object in view, ami with no possibility of uccomplishini; 1 anything.