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Unsettled tonight and Friday; probably rain or tncw; colder tonight. FREE TRABER-J.OURNAJL OTTAWA FREE TRADER Established 18-10 OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 1880 riUCE, TWO CENTS. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAliCH !, VOLUME a.--jNO. lOl CARR WAY VJITHDRAW FROM ! n.nr irrrn nniUlDV UIPTflDV.IH F P R Y B A CESl NA CONSIDERS REJECTING NOMINATION FOR MAYOR ADDS NEW ANGLES EDGCOMB PLACES A BARRIER AGAINST CONTEST WHILE IN TIMATING PREFERENCE TO RE MAIN IN PRIVATE LIFE. Developments came thick and fast today in tin? wake of Tuesday's healed mayoralty primary. Briefly . nuuicr h ted, they arc: JOHN KIKICOMB. defeated by U"b ert t'arr by a t iiiet-- it t- ni.iiTin, absolutely refuses to cons. 'lit to mi election collicst ; anil KOItKKT CAIUl. nominee, is strongly considering withdrawiio: his name ami not beir.K a camli date at the general election it. April. Mil. KlXiCOMB has no', announce a his willingness to accept tin. nomination under these conili fiotis, even hinting to some of his Intimates he had a preterctice I. remain in private life, vvhicl. would leave TIIK HACK to be run by (ieoige V 15. Weeks, high man in luesday primary, and Ceorge A who was .ow in the Crowdoii qualify in- heat. With this condition confront ins them, political dopesters on all side are in a quandary as to what the linn! outcome will he. While Mr. ( air U seriously contemplating w ill, draw in: .from the contest he was not in a posi Hon today to make any definite si at ' nient to ihe press. I have had the matter under con sideration since the primary," said Mr. Carr, when interrogated upon tin possibilities of his not being a caudi date at the general election. "I havt not reached a definite decision, but by Saturday I will have made up my mind and then will announce wha decision I havu reached. "My home life, when I relied upor what wiil be exacted of me should i be elected, is an important tiling to me and mine. That will be the d" riding factor in helping me to read, my verdict. My final sltaemetit wil i... ...... a,, f,,.. the nniilio Saturda." h' lie lt-nj n'i t ended. As a lawyer with a large pradict. Mr. Carr's legal business makes . heavy drain uioii his time, and it. wa: only at the urgent demand of I'rieii.b and baciiers that lie consented t. enter the city arena and try for tin mayoralty. Since that time he has had many chances to consider the ad visability of making the race and -h. question, it Is said, loomed digger and bigger as the pre-election days passed by, reaching its full height after hi. successful campaign and nomination. Refuses to Permit Recount. "I'll be a sport and take my modi cine " is all that John Kdgcomh would u..v in announcing to the public tlia: i ,i,i not submit to a contest in lie an effort to wrest the nominatio iron, Mr. Carr. "Yesterday I wa -....! todav I have fully ronehe.l the conclusion that I will no routes! the vote. It will have to ... i .... o i.i.ifi in the ollicial c;:li- SUtUU il.-i vass." . .'hn renorts of Mr. Carr's can 4..,.,iaic,i ten wero carried to Mr irini'iu'"-" Kdgcomh lie did not iook wnn am great favor upon his bt'inK slu)V,tl u1' Into second place, friends were 'bringing pressure to bear upon him however, but whether or not he will make the go, should Mr. Carr with draw, remains for his future decision. Should both step down and out Mr. Crowden will be the nominee against Mr. Weeks, though he only receive i GOG votes. The law provides that in case of withdrawals the next high man advances to the place made va cant above him. A Real Feat. Raid the facetious feller: "One of tho .i-rentpst mysteries of my child- h la how Little Jack Horner suc ceeded with that plum pulling out af fair with only one thumb. i - n ui um uiuunniLu i COUP R! ANKFNSHlPi - OF OTTAWA WINS D. S. CROSS FOR VALOR LOCAL YANK GIVEN HICH HONOR FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE NAME IS IN CITATIONS RE LEASED THIS AFTERNOON. The only Ottawa man. and probably the tir.-t from l.a S.illo County, to be decorated b the I ni'i-d Stales gov ernment for valor is Corp. John '' l!l.ink"iiship, eldest son of Dr. and .Mrs. Homer i'.iaiiM-nship, IK', Cornel! dreet. A di.-Uh-Miished service cru.-s, the coveted emblem which the I ' 1 1 i 1 ' ! States government bestows upon sol diers who have rendered their coun try particularly honornnle an. I noioie service, lias been awarded to ( orp. Hhuikeiishm. through Cen. Pershing, in the name of President Wilson. The tirs', Corp. lilankenship's fam ily and friends knew of the great honor that had bela.leti the young Ottawa!) was this afternoon, when hi name appeared on the otuYlul govern ment, list of men who had been cited for distinsuislied service. The otlieial ciiation reads: " orp. 'ompany , Uatialimi John C. IManki nship, C. Fifth Field Signal I A. S. No. 2411121. for ext n .oidinarv heroism in aciion near Fossy, France, July 1.1, li'lv Durinir the intense artillery bom bardment preparatory to the great Crmim olieiisivo of July I"' Corp. Blankenship voluntarily led medical ollii-er lo the aid of wounded men. following broken wire through the woods. guided the party on their return ever the same route, a. though suf fering from a severe wound. Home , address. Dr. Homer Ulan- ltell? bin, father. 41:1 t orne.l sin et. Ottawa, 111." c em lilankeiishin's friends ar overjoyed a! ttie Hood news of 111. honor which has come lo the young 10,111 I, in ebiitn thev are not at aT sin nrlseil over his heroism. He wa tmt of the lirst, I'r un Ottawa to list and one of ihe lirst Yanks -id ive dutv in France. en on Soon after being wounded Corp pi,.,,i.-.Msliin w:ts iirttnioted to a ser iietint He is file oldest son ol HI' tnd Mrs. 11. W. lilankenship and cam to Ottawa to reside seven years ago He enlisted at Chicago July .1. l'.H t and landed in France Feb. IT, l'.H His caiuaiii wrote to Dr. Hlankonshi! last August, telling how l orp. u.an kenship volunteered to go out on tin held to help bring in some wounjei; men The trail led through a wooded section and ii was necessary to go to Hi, verv edte ot the tiermai! trenches to get the men. Corp. Wan kinship was wounded in the righi :irin iust above the wrist, by a piece ,.f ,hi-;n,n,-l when he wfis within twen tv-live feet of the Cernian trenches On the way back the entire party with the exception of Corp Mankeli ship, lost their sense of direction, ant he led them through the woods, ami u.,.r 1,, .! cintaiii. saved la. .1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 11 ' " - 1 tives of all of them. Ho was ill the hospital for six weeks, but in bis letters home only i,..',.rM,n, his fanii.v that he had stunned a piece of CeTiiutn shrapnel Corp. lilankenship is tM years old. anil before enlisting was employed I ik .a.. 1 iwew. eomnanv as a cable h n ntrer. He lias one sister, Mis Helen lilankenship. ami one brother. Seaman Arthur l!lankensliip. aged 1. of the l lliteil Stales navy. WILSON TO CALL ON ALBERT NEXT rtru-ssels March - President Wil son is expected to arrive here on hi visit, to King Albert's capital between March 2.1 and March :!(. A reception 1... tw.l.l iinil :i banuuet will be tendered at the palace. The nresent pregiam calls for (hi President to visit Liege, Dinant and the Vser districts. COUNTY ASKED TODRAFT BOARD ON !-.... .-r- r- ...AiMi HU ilftlHlK 1 IHJU I r V DR. ROBERTS APPEALS FOR AID IN FURNISHING SUPPORTS FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS VIC TIMS. The county will do Its bit toward furni: hing l.a Salle County infantile paralysis victims with suitable braces to support their crippled limbs, if a suggestion proposed to the board this morning by Dr. A. II. Roberts, county physician, is carried out. I'p to the present braces for children left im paired by the dread disease have been purchased by private subscriptions in all cities of the county Dr. Roberts reported that some time ago the proposition of enlisting county ai l was preren'ed to the solons. but i iio action was taken in the matter, i He asked that $i.1 mon'hly be ftporo- j priated until the crippled children; are la ken (ale of. ' I He, cited two instances where largr-j sums were required to lit the unfortu nates with suitable braces. One r.l ( these was in l.a .-jallo. uiid would re : quire an expenditure oi $1."' or mere Tile other instance was similar to this. . At the clinics held by Dr. C. I'.ast of the slate health department, ', who is now making regular trips u j Ottawa, the paramount need of some thing being dene for the Innocent i voung sufferers was made (dear when thl-y came tottering before the doctoi ! for Ireatmen,, their little legs unsuj) ) ported bv any of the paraphernalia j which would do them so much good, i ,- plan was se". mi le.- motion f(.r pass ing the htit. In this manner a large inn was derived bin not i nmigh to supply i t!ie victims wi:li supports. is believed the board will make no ippropriat ions asked of it for this worthy cause LOWDBN NAMES DELEGATES TO ST. LOUIS CONGRESS Springl'iobl. March l.l.-;overnor l-ovvden today appointed Uventy-tivi delegates to lepresent Illinois at :1'. annual convention of lite Mississippi Valley Waterways Association, to In held in St. Louis April IT and IS Among the number are A. F. Sohoch and Charles K. Hook of Ottawa. It. C. Knott of Marseilles, W. T. lied ford mil George F. I'.lovv of l.a Salle. HOSPITAL DRIVE REACHES $6,000 MARK ll..i,fivis toilav from the olhcers Ot the fenniorarv oruaii izat ion in (harm of the hospital drive indicated th .ii,, iiimiiiiii ot' moiiev raised -will nrtb- ably reach the fti.bOO mark. The te imrij 11 ri, nut eoiiiuleie and neoiue are still contributing daily to the fund At lirst the indications were thai In. drive would not, he as successm! as the ladies hoped lor. out tne con ti-ihimt i.ms of the nast few days hav. great lv encouraged them EN GEL SELLS OUT HIS EMPORIUM STORE A ueal was closed this morning be tween M' iris l-Ingel. proprietor 01 tne F.mporium on La ISalle street and Jo- sepr Klein of letron, .11cn., ior me ;tock of goods of th-; Emporium. A.r. Klein took1 possession of the store im mediately and will (lose out the en- lire, stock at a gigantic sale. In the future Mr. F.ngel will de vote his time entirely to the manage nient of his (doak and suit store at !,a Salle street. WOUNDED YANK RETURNS TO OTTAWA Private C.eorge A Hogle arrived in Ottawa last evening for a visit with ite Mrs. . Florence P.ogle. 13U" West Main street. Private Hogle has 1 ., ii,,o,! to m military liosnita U 1 I i,,,,J, t, -- -- -- . continuously sice Oct. II. l!S, when he was severely wounded in the right eg while taking pari i nthe St. Miliiel drive. In. spite ol his long siege 01 illness Private Bogle is looking well Try a Want - Ad in the Free Trader Journal lor Quick Results till W- WUKKI - WAR DEPARTMENT ORDERS ALL CARDS ARRANGED ALPHABET- ICALLY CLERKS ARE COMPLETING TASK. NOW The local exemption board has been a busy place during the past two days, airanging alj the registration card,- of the men who registered in the twi j drafts in alphabetical order. Then i are almost ltjj.ao of these cards to lit ! ariaiigisl, and the clerks are workini hard Irving to finish, their task by tin close of the week. It is thought this is the last dutj the clerks of the local board will be called upon lo peiform before (hi records are sealed. The registration cards have now b( en arranged in four ilitlereiit ways Thev were lirst arranged according to serial numbers. Next the board re ceived orders to arrange ihein alpha helically. They wero then ordered tc change the cards lo their order num hers, and Tuesday received orders U arrange litem dic.tionarily alpha helically. In this arrangement the registra lion cards of all young men under t Lit I age of raioly 1 years must he placi ill three groups of 18, d sepa 1! am vears of age. VOLLEY OF SHOTS PROVES A FLIVVER, BUT AROUSE CITY Ottawa last evening a.nout 11 o'cl 'ct was awakened by a volley of ten shot.', fired in rapid succession. The nois. even caused calm persons to set 111 ' ami take notice. The sheriff and l" ! lice supposed nothing less than mur der could account lor the leii'iln noise. Cold chills ran up and dowi the spines of wives whose' husband stayed late at their clubs, and ft at of robbers, holdups and even muni. 1 darkened many homes. For a time neither the police no: the sheriff could get a lino on tin shooting, but today a sleuth found ou. ihe filing came from the engine ot at innocent touring car which had bee: manufactured by. a Michigan pol: tician and p-icitis'. The car wa. stalled on Prospect avenue, near tin intersection of Center street, and th owner was trying to coax the emiim to start, unmindfu' of the exciteinei: he was bringing to so many homes. Henry evidently fotgol his repute tion as a pacifist when he manuiat .tired thai car. DR. PIKE AT HEAD OF WELFARE WORK The Ottawa public health nursin: runiniiini lois rented the room ir the College lluilding adjoining th suite which has been occupied b them for the past year and has (i.te it up into a permanent cm. a wet station. Dr W. H. Tike, city health officer. has been engaged to take charge 11... stiiinn in the future, ami will h:iv it mien .-verv Friday afiernooi from :l:"u to 4: tie o'clock. I HHAL GOB WRITES FROM FRENCH PORT Word has been received from Sea man William .Mulholland, who is on board the transport Nebraska, bring ing returnim.' :oldiers home, that he was in Itrest'. France. Feb. 21 and was well. Seaman Mulholland enlisted in the navy last nMy and a few weeks later was on hoard a transport on ihe Atlantic. He has been in active serv ice 011 board ship practically ever since, with the exception of a f-w ,1 ivs Miis winter when he was hoint 011 a furlough. p.niiMP.il APPROVES ELECTION CANVASS a iii.etiuL' of the citv council was Id ve-leriav afternoon in the city ices for the purpose of hearing and 1 tiling the r.-poit of the canvass ot election which had been i 1 uestiay s made by the canvassing board yester day morning. Mayor Bradford and Commissioners Palmer, Campbell and Meagher were present. The renort was accepted and re- ccrdetl, and until their Tuesday. the council adjourned leiralar nieetini: next SUPERVISORS ML rnnnr linnTllllll I T UKIft NUKIHVILLt 10 BUILD BRIDGE TANGLE RESULTING FROM GLEN PARK STRUCTURE IRONED OUT THIS MORNING WITH DECISION TO SUE RECALCITRANT TOWN SHIP. .4 j. The good o,d ship so,,,,,, which, .! ,o.v affairs takes me place of the well known Ship of State, left the;UI InilJI 0 I lUI I I 1IIU ' u( lock on scheduled time this morn-; inir iimi fifteen minutes later was i lack in port with its cargo of Affairs jf State all unloaded. In other words it took the supervisors a quarter of in hour to get together, transact what business came before them and then .nock off, calling it a day's work. Tomorrow morning the legislators v i II be hack in harness again for iiiotlier strenuous grind. Bring Northville to Terms. North ville, a piece of whose terri ory is touched by the proposed Cilen 'ark bridge, will be brought out of is recalcitrant mood, if courts of law L 11 .1 the sunervisors' iron hand will 'etch it. to time. This was decided 1 his morning when the members of the board unanimously agreed to use vhatever pressure was available to nake Northville "regular" 011 its com- nullity duties. The general run ot Vorlhville residents are not inclined. o spend money on a bridge, they laim will benefit only Serena and Mission townships. The structure oc , . 1 upies the peculiar posii.ion 01 nanus me of its atiutnieiits rest 011 iwo ownsiiips while the oilier touches he third. In other words it forms the juncture of .Northville. Mission ,nd Serena at the corner of the three ovvnships. The Clen Park bridge was swept mt in the Moods of PU.1 and lias since iceii out of use. Two years ago Mis don anil Serena townships voted by jverwholmingiy large majorities lo bond themselves for a. new bridge. Vorthville rejected fhe proposition if paying its share. The bridge, it is .stiniated, wall cov.t about if'Ju.iiiMt. lach township would have to pay sheet -?:!.iiiiu and the county half the urdcn. This morning a special committee o report on the trouble and to devise vays and means of circumventing S'orthv ille's obstructionist nit thods an loimcetl to the. board it would be egal for the county to proceed with he structure, paying its half. North- .ille's one-eighth and collecting their Ktrtion of the expense from Mission imi Serena, both vvillini: to stand heir share of the cost. Then to get it Northville properly it was detuned idvisable, unon legal authority of At torney Rimer Roberts. to attack Vorthville thru a court of equity and ihtain a juth.-mont against it. This procedure will be followed out. The resolution, which was approved alls for advertising of bids at once, citing contracts ami getting construe- ion under way. Treasurer's Earnings. The new system of tax collecting, with the county treasurer solely in harge of harvesting the county's im nonse annual revenue. has earned for that othcial a total ot J'l.s ollice fees. One per cent of all norteys collected are assigned to inn reasurer in the form of earnings and lis ofllce gets credit for that amount. Some of the lees, ot course, will nave i,i go for collection expenses, a lar-re clerical tone being necessary to at teiid the monumental task forced upon the treasurer by law. Resolutions of Respect. It till! ions of respect for F. X. Ilooh- Werlin.i A. .1 Hlllge.- and O. ter. It -tince bv a tuber: he la i-.ing of the board w ho died j t session, were adopted ole. Resolutions in the anie form for the late John It. Lam bert of Kueli will be passed at tomor row's meeting. Wants New Warrants. (Jeorge II. Wilson asked the board to issue wairants in favor of the Free Trailer Journal for 4;t.l0 and $:',!;. f.a for Liberty Bond ads. The warrants were never paid, Mr. Wil- 'tton, county chairman of the drive, said. 1 TrV a Want - Ad In the Free Tra ! Journal for yuick. Kusults ARCHIVES, HI SA Berlin, March 1 3. The archives of the for eign office conclusively prove that Germany was responsible for the war. 'This information comes TT1IJI1,A P , n . 1T1 . , n i AIR? A A V M MU U . MEN WILL BE PAID $60,000 IN BON 7 STATISTICS SHOW THAT BIG SUM WILL BE TURNED OVER TO YANKS WHO TOOK PART LATE WAR. IN About tin, 1 uti in bonuses will lie pit ill discharged Ottawa soldiers, air- cording to ligurc-s made public today; at Washington by the .one finance of-j ticer. The total is from the coinpila-j tion of statistics of draft, boards oil the country, together with figures oh tainable from recruiting stations. La Salle County will de"iv ihrou'.'li this governmental benefaction $1n7.- . 1. : : . : I 1 . I ... t 11 1 lvt, WHICH, It, is c-011 sniei t-u, vm aboilt equally divided among the di--' tricts of Slrcator, l.a Salle and Ol tawa. Ib-fore all th- bonuses liavi been paid to til" 11 of the three it is expected, howi-v.-r, that amount will climb close lo the CI! If th tpiai ;.er million tnai k. Some in Oliawa have already re Ceiv'.-d the bonus allot ed tlnin under the recent congressional enact meat, while the majority of all the soldiers who served during the kit war have made application to Wa.di ingion lor their share of the fund Their claims are sli.l in pendency and will be paid as rapidly as the cleric;.; machinery can turn out the checks. The total amount to be paid in llli nois is estimated at $ I .:',:: 4,1 ep. el which 1st',. stl.i goes to Chicago. The estimate of the sum to t;o tt lllinoisans is based on the expecia tion that 2T2,'.':.1 from the slate a larj,v will claim the bonus. Of titesi 1 p.i.Tsi; are from the idglity six l.ica selection boards in Chicago and fron voaintary enlistnients there for tie regular army, national guard, nav; and marines. Only two stales stand ahead of lie nois in the amount to be received ou . of the division of $212.' st.lAii anion;. ' 4,o:i4.74:l men. New York will receive $2 t.C.:: I.IM and Pennsylvania .Is.TpT S2-' Ohio will take $ 12. 1 .1 2" am1 Texas ?lu,4 t:',.iit',ti. These complete tie big live in number of men furnished 10 tie. army. To discharge this big debt to Anier- ican fighting men checks are now going forward from the ollice of Col. ' P. I.. Smith, .one finance ollici-r, a! the rate of 1",' 0" a day. and it is e , peeled ' increase Ihe rale to 4. a dav slioiily. SAYS TRANSPORTATION NEEDS WATERWAY Sarin ent da can ou improv 1 and hi u.i Mar , demand -v be sei-v. mi lit and ihwav in 1 P. Paul -ri s of d b t ranspot t.i ' I 1. ileVelo; it'.el.l if watervvav rati. -n ra'ho' thi.li tobl sioa competii ion wiih railways wa lale credit t.l.'ll recent ly in s-,-s her,, by William iSaekett. sii-n sufierint end. it t oi w atei ways. 1 "To prevent ruiiu.us compeiitiou by railways ,racticc-il in the pad be iwei n points at cesdi.le by ware- ways, and 1 i 1 - penaliat imi of interim point ! a levy oi exc. s.-ive rates ihe federal and -date gov -ertni'.eiit agencies must supervise and coinroi.' Mr. Sackclt said. "Not oni mil.' reasonali.e rates be fixed for be rail ways betvvein water competin points' but also fixed for water 1 ai ders. Hid there must be provision f." an interchange of freight from rail to water and water to rail at finer ; able terminal points. In mldiiion th. waterways must have n-m!nals v, ii't modern facilities, I n ight houses and j hiiidinj:.;, and a regular sihedaio." OSES 7 - trnm fvarl KautsKy, un- secretary for foreign attairs in the cabinet, sec up by Philip scrueaemann ana ricu- .... .. , 1 r I erick Ebert immediately after tne ! revol ution. j Dr. Kautsky was especially assigned 1 10 examine all of the records in the : archives of Ihe foreign otl'uv. A report has been lompib'd yir.l Ihe ' documents will be ready for publica tion before the end of this month, if '.the government is abb- I ') print them. . When askel point blank what, the -in hives proved he admitted the dip- iomatie correspondent';' July 2 ami ! August. 4. 1!H4. definitely established ! who had caused the war adding that I jiin opinion held -before he entered iho ! foreign ollice had 'been p.uilit me I. 'I "What was that opinion'.'" he waft 'linked. "That men holding high places in the (lernian government were respon sible for the war." Iir. Kautf.ky an swered . In his conversation on war respon sibility Dr. Kautsky excused llinden burg and I.udondorff on the ground that they were' soldiers and merely dilored the conflir-l, after th" war had been declared. Questioned, whether he considered the ex-Kniser a dangerous person and in tolerable in Cermany. be said. "The ''ormer Kaiser and the ex -crown prince are both Irarmless and they are unpopular." Asked about the govei'inuenl out look and the possibilities of another revolution. Dr. Kautsky answered. "If the majority socialists govern ment makes too many mistakes C.er nany may experience a suctiessftll ni.iiarchist revolution, but the Ho at nzollorns will not be restored. It t more likely in that event, the crown would he offered to Von I lintlenbnrg. Spartacid-3s Defe-.teci. London. March 1". - By a surprise tttm-k the Coi man government, troops iiive outflanked and driven back the pa naoides tt: I ici.ti -aberg, an cist ern si 1 i 111 1 h of Berlin, said 11 dispatch t'loin A tils' . r.le !! tltis afternoon. The reds fcli back in panif, abandoning tna 1 rial. The m iin force tSpartacides is re iolaied with the id v aiming, wiping tor:.-, I in ,o'- ei ame; 1 11 t ri .1 1 fit "nests.'- liovernineiit troops lu-jan their sys einalie a.-stitilts on the Siiartacists' ..rt'it'h Id at Licliteiiberg on V.'ednes- la :id an -it i"Y liispaich from Co en. -i lie eastern part of Per- ei:hai .in is being occupied by l he troops itipimriing the goveriimi.it. Driven into a corner, the reds are Miiiuitting brutal a'torhiis, said an :!lier ill-patch !ro;n Amsterdam. Both ides are lighting without mercy. The lleilin sir.ets are HiiLied with ruins m I wr cUuge ciiu-ed by artillery lire. The unfortunate inhabitants are ill pitiful condition If the lighting con tinues many will starve, it is said, as he gov onnneiM allows no supplies to pass the cordon of government troops. Among Ihe- SpartUt'ides' shot ill ihe jghlina yesterday were several l!us- -i.lll-. WATERWAY BILLS PRESENTED IN HOUSE AND SENATE TODAY 'l-iii:.:!ie!!. irch ',::. - 1 ''in- N.t-ii-os or the iminatiiig those ,e gov eniliient , a.laiai 1.-0 rat ::i billing r'.iuni nil tin tl 1. bv I the W.I I. 1 vv, a I in tin lii r. id '.n The route II' -is Julie! redact tempi, Wide iir t rivet i::i- fr.un This al ter te 1 1 ! : i- Mi. v. I'll I.' .11 C .11.1t I'iiv el". 1 1 s t ilia ami ilie lllil-oi e- t her of locks, con four of llu feet 111 useable length of fe. f The liepie ingion bills were introduced hy ,et:t;itive Cr.gty of Lud and Senator Ban- of Juliet.