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OTTAWA FREE TRADER Established 1810 FREE TRADER-JOURRA WEATHER. Unsettled tonight and Punday: proiMbly shoKV-e-s; mild temperature, followed by coo'er. OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 1880 volume :i.--jno. 10.; OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, SATl JMJAV, .MAI.'CII ir, 1!MH. THICK, TWO CJSMTts. illl ah o or II fciJ II IPm In th if . - YEGGS VISI1 STREftTOR DURING BLOW ICE CO.'S SAFE! BUT GET LITTLE CASH ! STEAL A SUIT CASE BAND OF PROFESSIONALS H O C O L . DAN SMITH FINISHES FIGHT RESPONSIELE FOR WHOLESALE, ,NG HUNS AND STARTS OUT TO CRIMES COMMITTED DURING FIGHT "NO BEER, NO WORK" LAST TWENTY FOUR HOURS. liUTTONi. Streater. III.. Man li 1 . -W i..!- P burglaries and iiim- sale mil::' v r committed in Sttv.ttor during : li lligllt, wlll'll the olliro., o1' It!" ll.illli' Iff) and l-'in-l Company, the Sua;. Lumber Company. i!m- Morns I'.n-k ing Viiiiuny an I t ho . 1 1 1 .- I. urn bet company ui'iv broken it!t, and ,7-', in rash and a sui'i-is,- t-t en Tin- i;. lit ? h- Home In' and K'li-! I 'i mtj -i was blown, the robbers going throned three doors to ohm in i 1m- nn ney After robbing tin- lo'ir .hui-s Mim l-nr plars. who are thim.'it hy )! iwiticc to m professionals. os a; i d iily, at li-avliiR any vlov,- as to iln-ir idi-ntii ,. Tli tiino t!u tin -lis i-ri' . otiutiitt-t Is not. linown. Kntratu-p as mado to l he Houm Ico and Fui'l Coniiiany o.!m . iiy j.i- iiiK upon a wfnmlw. N'.-thii!'.'. taken from tin- oflii i m i ,.- c i. h At tho o !! of tlif .Morii t':irk'i"- (irnimnv thi ro'ihi-rs pri i lii.-i. off of the rear door, 'f'h- i a.s ii'i safi- in this ofl'n . a:nl a:'o-;- rm .m ! iitK Hie room for mom-v i'm- thiioi made off with a s'ilri a.- hi -I-.m-p : to tho maiiani'r, K. tifn'ry. N i 1 1 r tin- police nor Mr (o-nnv will ;iw out tho contents ol the t ' -,.-- m r the value of the anii'h it cont.iii,. d. and are hoping; lo :r:n-,- i!ie thii1.. -throiiyh t he.-.e ar: i l-s. The oflico of th" Saviuc l..iiiih--r Coniiiany was onterid throa.-li a n.-r window. There mi no t--i:'e in thi ollice, and alter Koinu ihroiuli evei y thin-' IllOl iiiirh.y to : -. -e 1:' air. r i ': ininhf he hi. i'l n t'.i" t.ien !!. '1': rear floor of the Allies I ,i : 1 1 1 ! i f fun puny had heeti left i n ! r 1 - 1 when lie olfice a. closed ;r, nU-ir. .-.; r'-.. iiienentered l !i n nm h ihi door. The convliinal ion lock of ihe av had I " lampere.l with 1,111 the robbers did not succeed ill woKini; the lo.ii. '':. hnokkee)ier of the coiiini.tr, was tin able lo unlock the siif.- ' he ,; lived at the otlice Ibis moniin:;. 1,678,500 ARE GIVEN DISCHARGES FROM U. S. ARMIES ; Wasliingloii. Alan h 15.- Ilomotdli.- ; at ion orders to date, total l.fiTS.iitM), ' the war department announced today . 1 Of the total number of demobiba -. lion order l.l'iia.miu have been i.,.,ui., to troops in tin. I'niled St iles and i :i7:i,5eo to troops returned from over- seas to the I'niled Slates. ; Since the signing of the armistice L'S.7!H reserve ollicers' coin m issioii s. ' .have been issued by the war dep-irt- ' l,lft i . HOME ADVISOR FOR j CITIES OF COUNTY . I ,Mi-. uoif,-e.l fhilleo. of Chicaao ! w ill com.' to Ottawa on April 1. to' act an "City Home Advisor," for the! towns of Ottawa. La Salle. Streator, j .Marseilles mi Ogh-sby. Aliss I'hilleo; , will take it i the work for three months, under the hanie improvement end of the time, to have raised a fund with which to curry on the city home advisor's work permanently. Aliss I'hilleo will work with Aliss Helen Glotfelti-r. taking complete charge of the home advisor's work in the five above named cities. SIip will have her headquarters in the of fice of the home improvement assco-1 elation in the court house. Aliss I'hilleo -will devote her time.! to demonstration, and will also carry on the Americanization work, among the foreign settlements of the cities, working thru the factories where large numbers of foreigners are employed. F BATTALION OF DEATH 1 Tin w.ir was won I. v I lie I n i ! oil ( St.i'e ; .-..Idler-, doom I hm-- ' hiit i v ei 1 1... ! i -aid i oahlii I t.e dot.e , an I i . Ih.it b ,i! n.-vcr been done l.et'n.f. V ilaiM i li.lam j . i - i-i i!.-n I s in l-'ran. e; He la l'l Ih.-ni, -aid I'ol. I la il -lllKh. i a nan, leader of I he ' I'.ai la! ion ! I i -a Ml." Iti hi. addle- . la si evei.in at Ihe fii'M l.a i -1 Cilelcll. Klin seal in ihe auditni iuin. the balcony and ino.-l o! the Sii!K:,i, -.haul room was tilled, and a I . w ) -or-oiis w ere .-.tantl itli' in the lac!, o; the cbiirch. The ad-ii-.s- was one of the tilM'-l war talk. ever In aid on an (litawa pl.ittoi in. and al'hoai'h Col Stmt V sp-a.e for more Ibni an hour, he In' h.s auiii.-nia th ir-.ii).!i!y Ihroiii'h (aery si ii'i'iM"-, am! tin- time j.-i'-se.; .o ( 1 1 i i k 1 .' it oid im- seem as thorn;), the speaker had been talkit'L more than i.itein ininntes. t'ol. Smith ha lecejved his 'oaupabie .-, iiar-'e ff. in !: soi vi, e. ana li.i - t-tari ed a u ;ir on ll.e ".V.! '.ct, no v.ork" hut tun-., .-.hlel; ( ha ; . il, i .1 himself lo n.-h' to a ei.i.-h. "Aii.MU!., had a lihl to be a pi" Carman h.-iore war wa- .lei-lai.-il " h. i . 1 a ! 1 1 1 e 1 1 , . in the man who w.i pr.iCormali al'ir we deciai'ed war was a traio .r. I don't ear" what Ul-V,'. ,bel:le- Will Were We( o- l!t heii-re lit dry amend nt i.. the ' n : -: i -: i t s . t ! ih p:. .- -. d. Vim bad :i rt'.'.ltt to he iinyiliiliV '"U chose, hilt th" mail or woman ,ho is still we! alter that amendment has been passed is ji-t a.- much anains; de cen-iit i t ion of ihe I "ill! 'd Suite.-, iin-'l i.i j'.i -a ; m-iidi of a t rail or ,i-; a pr- !. r ma n." These b-r tons. In- declare I. no a tit s'rii-.e,-. rials. liosh- vi.m ami lewda lion, and m.c t Hi- iino;ht as ., .-h : in.... ' I and Miaeirb. d in Ill" l-i t. i li 'I n -. ( 1 . S i I . i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 m I a i 1 1 1 'i I In- li. i --iling linn i-. LI., mod t -a m li b ig 1 i a g'. wa a ir i-ni ant b,,n i -.- n d ha . i ii.L- th" coiinliy ar.-aaieil wild :i hi ;'- ' a rmy -oi I li -r 'be a m -a I : '-tv ' nil I i i pat'eilni" Ihe I'uiti il Stale.-. I'onn herself lo In in ,ii lie tiiii" w a r w i ; ilecla red. This s, ,ne of im pi pa red 1 lie s as. he dec, art d. ju ft a - muc1 ).,. fan it of I be pi-e.'o of i he I n 0 ei, Stales a- of ibe m u al Was h a. i: ' i on. li.lievcd we would ii.ne wai and th, p. "ah- L ml al.'iiys said t ai-ir coikii-'- iim ii. ' Don't a cu ln, on it large .- anilina army " lie told Im.v tin- people had n ;-...i:,ed t. the call of th" connir; with their m mev. and how the or.iit in t h ot supplied the men needed tc c a i ry on the liL-hting which made the finest army in the world. He ex plained hoiv at tirst the t nited Stale- r, gular.s had worn the letters "I". S." TTJXsT ,iie '- letter.- from tin National (, lard unit National Army and placed :1m IcMci- C. :,n ihe collars of ail soldier This was one el' t .e best ihinirs 1'iesi dent W'iNon did during the war; net i and drafted men. lie said, and in l more of ii line should he drawn be Itvveen the overseas soldiers ami the men who stayed in the training camps j in the I'nited 'States to train ihe men ! who were lo light in Franco. He de clared everything he had done in ac tive service in Franco that was ol material benefit to his country was due to three regular army colonels who trained him at the Texas canton- I merit, adding thai the only slack- i was tho man who did not do the be. -a he could, whether that hit was Insy ing Liberty Ponds or lighting the liun. lie told of the arrival of his com pany in l-'ri'tice; how they traveled in cat'le cars to a rest camp, where 'Continued ou I'age Six.) I - I 3 I 1.1 ill li SUCCFUL PrrtMARY NOMINEE PUTS t'lO TO SPECULATIONS QY ANNo'uMfLING HE W!LL,c6n - i. Vj ' DATE. 4 An cud wa; 1 1 ( i ri i ( I brought today t i the him i rtiiility o AliuiJil'.v Rob.;r' (arts liituro l:n;s i.,r making the mayoi.ilty i'jit tn tiic finish 'Mm L.ra.inatioii i.l' .-j. .Tula: ing was I r . i i f.-1 , t about li Mr. ( ":i : r, who. as prom isd, announced this afternoon he would continue iii the conie.-t. sink j in:; or tloa'injr with the sliij), as the cas.- may he. on April 1".. I'riemls of Air. Carr stonily nicr he will k.-iUiit s r-iit:th as the ilayn -'( ! L-. but ;or th r side cotm-H pre dl.tlcll O! wanill-, sTelo-'b V.i n-,l l.-l- iv'r.t l. I,,r-,casler in l , ,r, tor him. Mr. Can' announces he will al.nh- by the decision of last Tues. da;, a primary . Ill his sta'enient tc 'he public pulling a quietus on t!i itianv and varied rumors alien! sinc, cit y Wednesday morning he says: "111 jll.-tice to ihe voters who gave im- I heir support at the ol!--on March .11. I 'alii, I cannot, af i er careful constdei atioii. ami rugurd li ss of my personal feelings in tip- matter, see my way dear to withdraw my candidacy for Mayor of Otiawa. Were I to do so. I would show my ingratitude toward them. "As the returns show that I have been nominated as a candi date for mayor at the coming city election. I cannot do otherwise than acaiti submit to such deci sion its lite people may -le II! lo make, as to whether they v. l.-h lo f ii ihe: honor me w ith the high est ci:y ottioe within 'le-ir gift or not. "I am not Ma candidate of an. certain motion. . -cot nor corpora- Hon, in if a m I in any m n or pledged as !,, my future commc! if elected. "P' I be honored at the coming (lection by iii,. supper! o; a ma jority of the voters of th" city, I Shall iml"" 1 ho grali lul, and shall, at ;iU times while mavor. to the best of my ability ami un- j d. -rsl. Hiding, give fair and im- partial coiisidera' ion to the inter tsis and needs of ihe ity and each and e'.eiy portion of it. with out f.ar or favor. "I have lived in tlltawa more than thirty year., and am inter ested in its wolf;. re. growth and improvement. Some well mean ing hill inisiiiloriiied .people up-pan-nily believe that I am the lool of nine malicious man. men or fuel ion. 1 do hereby solemnly and sim .-rely declare that sm-h in ti"t lie case. I have no strings t ied to me and vv ill not ha v e any. The meritorious inter.--ts of every resident of this city, rich and poor alike, regardless of his or her religious, political or other ;i III i i.i i ions, shall, if I be elected, l-c- my only concern. If not so oleelcl. I shall abide by Ihe will of the majority and shui! be con lent. "If there be any question as fa the legality of my nomination I shall welcome any in est i ga t ion in lii.it regard, the winner th" bet ter, that all doubt may lie re moved. "Simerely thanking those who assisted in making my nomina tion possible, and awaiting the further expression of the people's lUtile; ence. ! am, gratefully and resp. ctfully. ROPKRT CARR." CHICAGO FACES SHOE TRADE STRIKE Washington. March 15. -Acting up 311 a telegraphic appeal today from II. W. Wilcox, the department of la bor rushed a mediator and concilia tor, Fred l-'eich. from Carrot t. Ind.. to Chicago to intervene in what, is! declared to be a crisis in the shoe: manufacturing labor situation. 'jVil- i cox wired the department off. .-im-!, pending and that, unless silj; ing was done the whole industry! u dl'hi - cago would lis tied up. I ' inD DET DWCn ULIUMIU.U RJALARMY OFFICERIN SENECA; II OTARY CLUB GIVES RECEPTION OR CAPTAIN IaYLOR STRAWN ! 'W-HEAR REPOffTS OF NATION- MEETING. ! ! t ' $ Sixty lit -li alti'il'l1 I I In- tiM'oiing of ?fe. Rolary i lull on TIi u rsil.iy evening in the irrill (if tin- Clifton hotel Tho! mcetinc was in the n:.!.,,- of a ption for ('apt' Taylor Slrawn, a ? o Huh. who n-.-Hitlv'1"8 iM h'm -,Uvr i,tt Sli j ""'ml,"r ,)f 1 returned from overseas .service. Tin members of he Ottawa hU;h school basketball squad, who had won their ' O's," wen. quests of honor. dipt. Straw n relat.-d s very in- torostim: exiierietices wbih had oc - cuired to hiiii. while lie was in seiv ice overseas .and saw some touching scenes he had witnessed in a camp mar Hrest. ( II. Kim-man and C. P. Tiylor , V !' re',ort ,,f 1 h" in "f j J 111 ' 1 " a 1 loll a 1 lUliaiv ciaa ci n veil I ion I "' I'ecent l.v In Kansas (ity. w Inch wis very interesting to th n hear- iiiH it. r. I.:.. I i .. T- I r- onaiaiusim a r. gave some I advance infoi'inat ion of the coming i;h i"M . ny notary convention and old ot the henolits llotariatts would 1,1 '" ""; bile atternoon train ami lerive from attending that convention sti,r,,,: l,imi ""' station ( S. li. Hradford (elivi-rei a very clev-l"11' i"tetiirba;i carrying two heavy r talk on "Uotarianism." i Frips. The invitation of the Juliet Rotary! Th,! -'linr'r;'l service will be held ot, Inn to send a delegation to the dts- 'rict ineeing in April was accepted md a committee composed of A. C. ''Snalish. A. K. Snow and T. Ii. Far - ell. was appointed to get a largo dela - nation to attend this menti,,,. LAST DAY TO FILE TAY CPLiCnill CO - I AA 51ntUULtbj ! I Washington. .March 15.---Midnight is the last chiir.ee to 'ile in i '"me tax schedules, which also must; ie accompanied by a' bust oue-fourt h j if the total amount of the iax that is ' I1'"''' ' ""' folio. -, iior of internal revenue has permitted (.Hectors some leeway and schedules 'hat bear a pos'mark not later than' midnight tonight will he accepted as iiaving been li'ed wbhm Ihe specific! : i;ti". F.stimates m i.e to-lay- were ''" something mot" than 1. mm, nan ; individuals and concerns will hav iled schedule-; at ihe expiration of, '"' time limit t -might and ibat th- total payments will have reached near- " , TO HOLD MEMORIAL FOR CO. C SOLDIER i ue men'.onai .a-nn-i-s lor i riva'e l- MlH r. men. l.er ol ( ampatiy 1 .'. -::h Inutility, who dinl in France '" I''1 '"'nary, will be held tomorrow I afternoon al :! o'clock al the Mmh odis! Church in Marseilles. All tarn-i ilic.s of the boys of the lL"i'h a n.p other triemls who wish to attend Ihe; service will go i 1 .,111 Ottawa en th. 1 ''I"'!''"'!'-'" c.,r. j 1 iIEIIT THAT ROB.iM ! BACK FOR SUMMER - j And yet another misguided robin ; 1 " ! l,;ll',s' 'I"' ""'! in Marseille.,. Ill liitrton Thurber, 1 lealer in general merchandise, of lhat i Ity, saw this cm. am! he lias sent id tile 1 rr ii! m yes'i-runy i( sworn, i; slnienieiit to t 'nit elicit, lie saw il op his lawn and !: says .Miss Alaiirine Hill saw it. too. i.fvaaa.i li I I I r r III WUIVIAN MLLtU I IM niUIAUA TflCHUnn UIVIHriH I UITIMHUU Omaha. .March P" One woman is. "'" " "IJU" "' :r.-I La Salle t .mntv .Mason lo r -tbe result ,,f a lorntdo which swept . e , ,,,, , ,u.J,,,.i whil.h u :,s (. , over Saunders and Douglas counties ,,.rr?tl ,,, iinn .. , .;,,vill(.,)( ,. ,. , .Much damage . property in the vi- ( Js7 ua. M:Uir presiding 0: cir.ity of Colon aid Millard wi.s done (f ,hi. M.s,,k. , by the tornado aid file hail storm fob hjs ,1,,,.,,), ,owi,"s' '' j . Mr. Milligan was the author of tw; i .Masonic hooks, the first being ' The 15 Per Cent Dividends First Year, i u-hil,, A, .,,; ,,,,,,,,,.,.,, in ,.; At a meeiing of the stockholders of which was a hislorv of Occidental the Independent Supply company held; this week a dividend of fifteen per cent was paid on all stock. The In- dependent Supply Company is a local; automobile accessory company which' was oruani;w d ist year. The olfice! ! of the company is at P'T West. Alain ; street. I u Mil HAM TOR it. L. IIIiLLIUnit UILU OF HEAR! FAILURE iOTTAWA TRAVELING MAN SUC- CUMBS AFTER 20 MINUTES j I ILLNESS PROMINENT MASON ""'"''. -Ml.Hgan, : NaM-i ."' a w"" k""w;i 0,,i,wa nla" : aiut prominent Mason died last. evn noss of h ;irt trouble lading lo .- lll'ln 'we.Hy minilies. Mr .'.lilii a., was stricki-n with his lii.al illn.-s -. j while v.-iiikmjf along the street from ihe IbK I-our Railroad station lo tin- , c. o. j'. .station, i'eople wlto saw that he was ill, picked him up and carried ,itu into the residence of Al. .1. Aid ;et : i -j, k, and a idiysiciait was I Miiniiioned. but he was bovond niedi cal aid when the doctor arrived. Mr' '-n in poo! " ea o o lecenny. mil lie news o! h 1 fUU(e llemi.-e callle as a shock t !lis lamil.v ami his many friends. Iii j was on his way home from a trip t- ! Iii,ii'..t. , ! . .1... .. . . ( .""" .i no- ooeiesis oi nie J..III, ii'etu in., o Arolme, by whom In """ ..,,,. ne arrived u, -M(,ll"''y atlernoon nt 2: MO o'clock : fnmi ''""''-' noine, and burial i Wi" '"' xmUf '" ,he "tbawa Avenue ! '',M,"!t,M ' The service at the chinch '"!"1 al ,','i'-1'1v will be in j charge of the Masonic Lodge. i"".siU".s Ills WKIOW, .vir. Mi.ligaii 1; survived by th,, following children -Mrs. I. A. Cook of Kewanee, Alts. S "' '"'ttis M;ts. iiles. Airs. F. Know lis of Ottawa. Craee and fide,; at liomo. and W'iiiiam i;.. who i- , u r,nt'any C, l-!hh Infantry, jj ih e army of occupation in i.uxem jurr Born in Pennsylvania. William ,. .liijga was ,rr i Fayette Couniy, I'eniis.-. hania. Sep! le. IM:,, being a son of William h ... oilman, who was aiso a native I hat state. Mill.' When I years of age he came to (q lawa with his parents ami attend", the public schools of ibis city unii he reached ihe age of 15 years! wh-.'i ow ing lo his ib-liaate iiealth, bj I nher was obliged to lake blm'froii school and removed to his tarm oi he- Vermillion Rivi-r. I. at. r, howe. vi he had opportunity of aM.-udiug Hi. high school al Streator ami tail, com pbded his Hierarv education i In his youih ami early manhood la i was alvvav s at home num. it,., r !,r ui,!l l'",""r 1,1 ";' '' i lice, his father having i.c n ,dn nt. , i La. S.iile Conn i y. Suliseoaeni '- h II CI I'll' g.Ml. fa gent for Ihe Waller A. Wood M ;. ., Company, which he , -.-j a .-. en ' ee for a number of years, and aft": tha was employed bv'lhe Al irseilles' Mat. ufacl uring Company 111 a similar pnoit v. ,,. v.;t ps, M. M..a.,,, united in maniage ,., ..,j'.. Ficbel! e,-ger ,-f ,;(.:,. Rapid., town snj),t j, iianglit.-r 01 Fi .-deriek K.ic!iti -'; m. ,. APMin'gan'lve his pi,!,,,-!,, ,,. port lo the I leiiiocrat i,- parly am served as deputy .sheriff. Prominent in Maonr His Ma enic !i:e began in lsT:i. an" IPs dew.tii.p !,, !, study of .Ma.soni", e.t'lsed liilll to be ..lie t.f 111" 1, wn ami highly hum .r.-d .Mason - ; of the slate. lb- gaiae thorough fa i tniliiirily with ii.l tlie work of iht : eider ami tip' pn-M nt pros., r..us con ! do ion of t he local bo. lie i in t ) ta ;. aunbmable i a bit hi ellorls and zeal. measure to 1 gree Masons ill I.i S die Coiiptv the time of his death, and was Ihe Podge, and the. second "The Knight 'letupm:-.'' published in P.M.;. which was a hs-tory of Ottawa Cotnmaii-lery Oailv Thouaht p0 Im til no power that hath not power to use. TJailev. - v Paris, March 1 5. The blockade of Germany is to be lifted to a certain extent, according to Herbert Hoover, United States food controller. rr. - ! According to Hoover, : riprmanv lii-irlor envi riin IIPTMFWTS fiRP llUlillLltiO I lllL DCT DMCn iLIUi WW I W! U!;' r.,, mm GRAND juryS 1 many will he permit led lo send out. i Tliey will consist, largely of coal, dye THREE OTTAWAMS ARE HELD'""N' l"'1:,s" ;"" '' 11 '"''' i I he li ihiiig re ..trie ion.s m Ihe i'.al TO TRIAL FOR ALLEGED; have been remov d. The Corn, a tm CRIMES-THREE ARE SUPPRES- v"'!,,d ,hl' l'ii.-l Slates to ad- 1 viim-e money for the purchase of food SED BY ORDER OF STATE'S AT ,,-,,,, ,, - , ... ' I U hen Hits was i-.-t u-cil the Cerman TCT.NEY. ; delegates agreed to turn over gold ill i he P'-lgian border at once. It ia 1 'in icr-do,,.! that $ 1 d-i.iieii.iMHi is now ''m,.eu indictment-, three of availalile. .Mma will be finni-hod in which are suppressed by direction of :l !''' days. The i;-iii;iii ships will he stat-'s attorney until warrants liave been served upon I lie alleged itfetiders. were reported by Ihe grand u v ins moiiuiig ; i nie coin no- ti its week's session. Only three trim nils come from Ottawa. One of these is against Pa-rick ,, ,.v , . . i i Houlihan, who is held for assault ....... ., ,. with mtent to ('ommd rap.'. Houli - , , ,, ... linn a tacked Airs. Joseph Moev while , . , , . -ne whs gon g to her home late at .... , ,. , im) i from a friend s house, she cu' ie-. ss the street to see her husband 1:; lit i.'iiteman al the L;i S ilb- street tossiii'.', but before she readied 1 j, , 'lagmae's -li.usy Houlihan s.-n'.e-l la iitd ilragg'-'l In-r into the dark. Her ere: m - a! f r.-e led !n-r tin - ha lid. M r. ioey, and he drove her assailant of. with a gun. Houlihan lat1".' was ;,r-.e.-te 1 and is said to hive admitted Im ..''.-. 1: Frank inn in. auto ! ' b f. wlto .-'-a!.- 1 Ford L-elo'iging i- I, ;oiit!;im ami lot as far as Diviahi with it, where ie was cilii'ht is hdd tltnl I.""'1 aomis. V. 11 1 iam C., Poem:m, Ma i st 1 t le. -qid hand dealer, i; the only o'lipr 'ttlawan against whom a true hill w.i, 011ml. I'.o.emati is indict.- I'm- buy ng property from minor-'. Th" re maining bills ri-poited wre a-. .i a 1 w -: John Sanders. Si r.-, nor, a-saa! woh nli-n: to rob I'.. .mis s'l.a.iit. : John Kim vi: ki. l.a Sail", bur - 11 qui larceny. Ponds, .tbuuu Paul S'ogal.ovinh, La Sal!.- 1 r, 11.; sl.'l.-n proper! y. ! '. 1 1 i - . '? I n. Mike .Li, had:. I, a Salle, petty lar e'lV Ponds, .ssiiu. Fail dams and I '. A. I .ti k ;:.-. l.a ille. Pond-. .,l..i"ii each S .111 II: tidier, l.a Sal!.-, re.-.-j 'ol.-n property Pond-- s-mi H iiiiiu Ilamlb r. l.a Salle ri-c- i; inc. -lol-.n properly. Fond-, :-m.-i Pen M.il.i.e. 1 4 .1 Sal-, i i n -Iden pr-qiei-y. I'...nd-. no Joseph paiat 1. Hit-"" i'ida-1 - "eilar P'.in'.'c.ii'fid.-'a-,, g ; ,,. 1 ''-'.'"i" oil eg ell court. I la ia I 1 i- Mi inam-b-r win. pLiuti" I b ,nk d-e.v -'t Cedar I '..in' ami ,-obl -lod;. a ' "pied depo - i' ,1 11 1 palb-d i.l' f ri'-ks op t he mi wa ry it!ti . 1 m 'urmiiig w '! '1 '-"V "i- ,1 run : -a h.i.-..-s of 1 be J.nv l'"i"f I 'a vi S1 1 e.i i-iiv.i-rv Laids. ",'.lll Charles Ha . ,,,n It e- V.rk. iliaml. t'lnds. sj.r.iiil. Th" la-l three bill , wa-r, e ,-ujipr. d. WEDRON MAN ILL 5 MONTHS, DIES I la n y t arie!. aged :pi . ar -, a w , I , known We.it mi r. .- id.-:; 1 , u :. 1 ,., ,5 .' tiifi-. at H: in at the family hum 'Per an illness la-toia !i,nre dan b'-c notiths. The dec dent had re-ad.-d ,n W. d ion fov the ,,,.-! twenty three '-ear-md v as v. '! know n 1 ).). I i is mar riage to Miss 1 tic ale (p-egbain- leek cii'i, in Wi di"!i a number of year- 'laav y.-ars. igo. Surviving he haves his widow j "r. I"'i:"ari si'i'ii" fmr" -mi monfY; and three .d.it.lren. Ilarri.-i. Poland 1,1 "''"i ' ' - a U-d 'n.s ; nurse, ind Pardell. all residing at home. ati'l s1- m-'h'iis in a' live s.-rvi; e over The tuneful s.-rviees will be held " Is. some ti'ii" Monday from the First1 - - M"tho.iis: Chinch in W; dr..n. Puriap.Try a Want. - Ad 111 the Free Trad-ir will be made in tin- He P ilt eemeterv. Journal for Quick Kesults ircstnci()I15 an resume her trade with the outride world. Some of the ship:; which Germany must immediately tur turn over to the I bv tier, n. ui i few ,i, bu! w ill m I ll v ill" Cernian The lists aie now being pre I covering the e.paris -.vhi. li Cer- "" ' "i; .AiueiKii via r.nglaiid in ii. ; few days. i Agree on Reparations. I'ari-i, .March r,. An iiimllii .,,,,. ,., 1 , . i . . i . a- lenient j,as be( n leacloal en (lie question of the reparation Ceri.ianv j wil1 'lilv" It' make, R was learn, d Ihis ! ;""""'' N . stale.:.,.(lt is ava.lable. 'however. A careful canvass of ihe . , , ,. t I'MM "di and i -ren.-h el -gates reveals , , .... , , ,. ,, M'-'t "ie big out lamling proa ems vet , , .. . , ' , - '" ilf decided are th-, bo :-,p.;-es of ., Ci-iimniy and the ai -pusinon to be. . ,- ,, , . ,. ""'' lae nais' i, y on I trpl'Z ilh'l ethers. The Fiench deleg'a'es are 11 re ing lhn I a iribnpal 1-,. e tabli hed con ist i:i" f ri'i.t". 1 ni.-ir. 1 , ei' an the big ,''':'- and tiiat tais court irv Ihe I'.'L-er anil his cuji'.-ibaaies. The 111a i'"';,y 'f the ,(-.:, - a:- - help v.- thai. i'i'"-Lmie :--y p,.-, ,-, - teims will be 'iiiml-d the (bra an jd- tnre.s within -' v ' ' !- The dual p. 10 ir-.ity i,; ex ("'d 10 be read', p., Julv. and Ibe 00 '-'"t- '-'!' ' ue 1, ggip. ,,f nations a re 11 d to a- - nice I,. -at --fi a lie nil wll''! ''.'I'lb I, ..o Fiat !,!,;!i (--,n . i'lll'il .1! ibe sa :tm Leptjus in P Trety, .' a r '1 I . With refer " r -'..tie. that (he a,.. ti-' I., .... jn- .is- ir.-aly. .!,, ;,!, . 'at,- lo Pie Pr'-'-i,:"!i!, ': lug ' 1 lenn-li' I ' to ! " I'll ab -pi af urn ii titer- 'iii- any 1 1 po, 1 . a -d I am I hi ; ii'' .a' ;. ca'd j 1 ,ai u-i F"e the i-bmary , '.lb. decided i!,,t "lie ' Ir, new 1 .I'lii- i f , ; dial"'! ill the ' Tel I'dlV, ,ec, Isrue,' tl.,. ,.; ' I c, M. d mn Per I-', a-l-in: 1 1 1 .0 h in 1 le ,. m ri!'!,g in 1 , . , ''e ', -"I tall .'!!!;. j! b,, C will be pari of Ihe pea C: oai-m.-! !,y Wihm, 1 .'eh I - F, Id -0 Wi II i a. ii i 1 ' " r .'lag-l'ieau !: A p., lli o a "ill id b. ' 1 I 1 'bai I'll, a Le an ll. ay. -I bia illd ap'.rove.l 'idle dd. -r !ia ; I- 1 n r . t' ilic-aa -i-a'e.J 'i "i'i try '-r ' alia ad;, il ia MISS DUciCAfv!. RED CROSS WORKER, BACK FRO,. OVERSEAS DUTY ' ' ' 1 a -V J t 1 ' ' V ,; e ! . ) ! ; M a ! ,1 a k 1 1 C f 'i ' t ''; era. d i "d C: .;-; P ui e. w h i ': i - been in ;,, in,, .-ti :r,- . . . - r Sim is I ir. I ii'ii'- A 1 I !;; an. w .. i i i .low speidi'ig a ."v da- s a! tie- hoian ,!" her hr alia -r. W D i ma. an. o!i Pil-iii-is avi'tip", i,, fare going to Kaleigh, '!'.. -' ' h-s !;.-'i a ito'l-0 i : . a i d a b i . h h a , i, i 1 a 1 for , - .