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TO REPORT ALL JALIEH ESTATES Administrators, Lawyws and Others Must Furnish liifor nation to Washington. HE ATT rEXALTT FOK FAILURE County Court Judtrc Receives Letter From Custodian Telling of the l aws. Within SO days all alien property '.hat paases through the hands of Uitber the Judge of the county court or of the probate court must be re ported to the alien property cus todian. Judge N. A. Larson of the county court received a letter today from A. Mitchell Palmer of Washing ton, custodian of alien property In lhe United Siatts. containing lnfor- Imatlon concerning the laws regu lating the disposition of property of fcUiena. it is requested 01 an law yers, administrators and others connected with division estates that hey report immediately all cases There alien property Is inTolved. The letter to Judge Larson is ap pended: I am addressing you on behalf the United States government tssklng your assistance and cooper ation In the winning of the war. Jur country and all it stands" for 's menaced. "War as -waged today is fought in the economic field hardly less iban upon the field of battle. Con- kress recognfzing this truth has ine its part in passing the tral with the enemy act. 1 am re sponsible for the sequestration and idmicistration of all enemy prop erty reported under that act, but he duty to discover and make (known such enemy property Is Son the citizen, official and un- .inclal alike. Tenalty Attached. "In the line of duty you are ailed upon daily to appoint fidu iaries bv whatever technical faame they may be called) to ad minister estates and properties In ".vhicb. enemy interest mey be in- olved. These fiduciaries are obli- l-d under the severe penalties of he law to report to this office all tuch interests. In all cases pend- ag on Oct. C, 1517, reports should .ave been made not later than :5ec. 10 last. In all cases arising tince Oct. 6, the report should have een, and as to future cases must e, made within 30 days from the iay the property came Into their -.ands, actually or constructively. hey may net wait until time for iistribution arrives before report- ng property of persons of enemy haracter under the law. '"Briefly, all persons are of en my character who: "(a) Resile, even though tem porarily in Germany, Auslria-Hun-hary, Bulgaria, or Turkey, or in errltory of any other state or oth- r country occupied by their armed orces. The question of birth, na- onality, or citizenship is Immate rial so far as the duty to report is concerned. lb) Being of enemv nationality German or Austro-Hungarianj esident in this country have been, r may hereafter be interned un er presidential warrant in ths custody of the war department. For the proper and effective ad- biinistration of the act in respect Jo property of enemies as above ffice have the following informa- i: 3- The names of the estates or patters in which enemy interests ppear. 2. The names and addresses of he enemies. "2. The names and addresses of he fiduciaries (administrators, ex- cutors, guardians, trustees, and he like). Adopt Any Method. "If It entails too great personal abor on your part to furnfch us ith this Information in all mat- era now pending in your court, or ivhlch may in the past have been efore your court, and out of which listing active trusts arose, I sug- est mat you immediately appoint committee or loyal and active aembers of your bar who, I am ure, will be willing to perform he labor necessary to give th overnment the information it eeds. I do not mean the method uggested to be exclusive. You iay adopt any other method you elleve will be effective in getting ne information desired; but I do ant you to undertake the respon- ouiiy or seeing tnat your govern ent has the required Information nd reports. In cases or matters arising in he future, where on the hearing It ppears probable that enemy in terests are involved, I would re- uest that In the order of appoint- ent, ny rule or court, by other ersonal notice from the bench, or rough the official approving onds and actually Issuing letters. e fiduciaries be compelled to ake and file report with office ithin 30 days. If, In addition to this servlco. ou will send me lists or memor nda of the names and addresses f the fiduciaries appointed by you bowing the data of the appolnt- ent, we wllL by Drrrner follow-no oe that he necessary reports are lecured In every case." The foregoing letter will be pr- jented and read to the Rock Island ar association at the next mcot- g. Temporarily the letter will e given to the probate court. faces rn Avmvfi. London. The tnnAnnr-v et h odern face, according to Profes- T James Kulth Iwtnrsr nn onth- -vpology at the Royal Institute. U p become wedge-ehaped. with a nger, narrower and more oromtn- he are disappearing, and the brow uowuiicr- amoom ana of an even ntour. These change In tho bu an face, declared tho ackmtist, are e to change in method of mas cation from tha earlU - he human race. NEWSBOY PLEADS FOR CHANCE BUY A LIBERTY BOND "Say, Mr. Steve, I gotta have one of them Liberty bonds," was Isa dora Andrich's greeting to O. It. Stevenson, Liberty loan salesman, at an early hour this morning. .The lad Is 16 years old and sells news papers for his livelihood and the aid of his mother. He has pur chased bonds In previous Issues and It is possible that he Is one of the youngest self-supporting purchas ers In the city. Worker on all aides are running Into patriotism, although the chan nel for outlet is different than that of the newsboy. One woman who works hard and long to support herself purchased a bond on the partial payment basis of the sec ond Issue. When called upon yes terday, It was a hard matter for this woman to explain because of her tears, that it is impossible for her at this time to " buy another bond. Nowhere are workers finding any one who cares Just how much Inter est Uncle Sam Is paying for the loan or how long it will run. It has come to the point where every one Is subscribing to the limit of his or her resources to help win the war. The campaign Is running smooth ly in Rock Island and the township in this particular district. It is im possible to say Just how much has been subscribed and it probably will be late in the week before re ports can be gathered together. CONSCRIPTION AND HOME RULE IRELAND ( Continued From Page One.) will work injury to so many trades, but, having regard to the emergen cy, I say that no government could accept the responsibility of propos ing less. Tffll ver Tleld. "If by any chance or mischance this colossal battle went against us, I do not say the war would be over. '"As long as we have a ship afloat, we shall not accept a German peace. But if the battle is won, as I be lieve it will be, the doom of Prus sianism is sealed. The enemy has attacked at the height of his strength. We have been deserted by one powerful ally and another and more powerful ally is not yet ready to put forth one-tenth of his might. "But on the other hand this bat tle must exhaust the German re serves. The enemy's last call must be thrown in before this battle is over. "If we wish to avoid a war last ing for years this battle must be won now, and to win it we must be ready to throw in all our resources. The men we propose taking today may well be the means of winning the dicisive victory and the war, and with these measures and with the promise of America we have no fear of the ultimate issue." LEGAL. otice of Pu&ilratMn State of lilmois. Hock Island County ss: In the Circuit Court, May term, 191s. In Chancery. Llllie Miller vs. John Miller. Affidavit of non-residence or the above named, John Miller, defend ant, having- been tiled in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said county, notice i3 therefore hereby given to the said non-resident d iendmt that the complainant filed ht-r bill of complaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the third day of April, 191s. and that thereupon a summons issued out of said court, wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on the first Mon day in the month of May next, as is by law required. Now, unless you, the said non-resident defendant above named. John Milier, shal personally be and ap pear before said circuit court, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holcien at Kock Isiand. in and for the said county, on the first Monday In May next, and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same and the mat ters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you according to the prayer of said bill. GEORG3 W. GAMBLE, Clerk. Rock island. 111., April 4. 1918. Thompson ec Kagle, complainant's solicitors. ElK"otr'i Motice. Estate of Mary Helen Yeggy, de ceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed executor of the last will and testament of Mary Helen Vf ggy, late of the county of Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he wtil appear before the Hon. Benjamin Bell, Judge of the probate court of Rock Island coun ty, at the probate court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the May term, on the first Monday in May next, at which time all persons hav ing claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose cf having the same ad Justed. All persons indebted to said estate are rftiueated to make Imme diate payment to the undersigned. Ijated l'jth day of March, A. IJ. 1818. (iKuROE A. VKCKir. Kieoutor. James K. Murphy, attorney for ex ecutor. otlce of i'ubliratlun. State of Illinois, County of Rock Island as: To Carl Hanson, and All Whom It May Concern: Take notice, that on the 27th day of March, A. J. 1J18, a petition was filed by Charles M. and Kmmn Fr.d rlchaon, in the county court of Rock Island county, for tha adoption of a child named Kuth Hanson. Now, un less ynu appear within 20 days after the date of this notice und show cause against such application, the petition shall be taken as confessed and a decree of adoption entered. M. I!. HI'HIUltlJ, Clerk County Court. Jjatea Ajrlll. 11K. Xoll:t of IMiltllcatlon. State or Illinois. Kock Island County asr In he Circuit Court, May term, 3818. In Chancery, l'unnle l.rn vs. Robert E. Lea. Affidavit of imn-reitldenue of the above named, Robert 12. t,e. defend ant, havlnir been nled in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said county, notice is therefore hereby given to tha said non-resident re fetidant that the complainant filed her bill of eoniiiluirrt In said court, on the chancery slda thereof, on the third day of April, lUls, and that thereupon a summons issued out of said court, wherein said suit is now pandiiitf, returnable on tha first Mon day in ths month of May, nest, as Is by law required. Now, unless von, tha said non-resident defendant a hove named, Robert K, lee, shall personally be and ap pear before tald circuit court on the first day of tha next term thereof to ba holden at Rock Island, In and fop the said county, on the first Mon day in May next, and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of eomplaint, ihb saino and the matters and ihings therein charged and siatad will be taken aa confess ed, an.l a decree onto red against you auccnling lo the prayer tt said bill, (iljOJKiK W, uMlll,K, Clark, Rock Island, !!., April 4, litis ThnmiMion ac Iaarle. complainant' olloUors. WEDNE M t.ccuo iiurm IN WAR DUTIES 'ecessttj for Secretaries In Tonnj Men's Christian Association Is Xiw Acute. TO FCKMSII MEN TERSE AS "at!on-Wide-Recruiting- Campaign for Tills Branch of the Herric Is Being Made. The necessity for Increasing the number of Young Men's Christian association workers with the Amer ican and French armies Is set forth in a statement received here today from the national war work coun cil of the Y. M. C. A. by O. J. Stir ratt, general secretary of the local Y. M. C. A. Cablegrams from army Y. M. C. A. officials now 1n France point out the extreme importance of this ser vice for the soldiers and call upon America to furnish 360 men In ad dition to the regular quota of 300 men already asked for and the 300 previously requested for the French army. "Our chief secretary in France, E. C. Carter, wires that there are more than a hundred Important ports without worker," aaid Mr. Stirratt today. "Forty-seven of these are near the front and-38 are actually under shell fire. We be lieve that no college or bank pres idency or big city pulpit is of bo great national Importance aa a hut secretaryship In France. "The French government, through its premier and commander-in-chief, has asked for an Immediate extension of the Y. M. C. A. to the French armies. Knowing that we could not supply all the needs at once they have asked us to supply 250 men a month to man their I oy ers du Soldat. The Italian army wants 50 men a once and promises to place at their disposal young Italians who can be trained quick ly to extend the work on the Aus trian front. '"Every Y. M. C. A. secretary In the country is burdened with the extra task of finding other men fit ted to take up Y. M. C. A. work for the soldiers at home and abroad. We are seeking to enlist In the country at large 400 men for ser vice in the United States: 400 for service with the American expedi tionary force under General Persh ing; 300 for the French army huts; 100 to supplement the work In Eng lish Y. M. C. A. huts and 75 to be sent to Italy. High Class 3Ien "Wanted. "This is the service which re quires the highest type of man hood. We are particularly seeking successful business and profession al men, those of high Christian character, good mixers, men re sourceful and adaptable to condi tions as they find them. We want the highest class of men America has prodcued for the highest type iof work for their fellowmen which Van be offered. ' "Some of them will be sent close to perhaps actually up to the fir ing line. All will see conditions which tear men's souls. It is not an adventure filled with romance; there will be plenty of drudgery, long hours, and high tension, rerve-racking work. It demands ability to keep cheerful and bring Inspiration to otfcer men who are war weary, homesick and discour aged, and who are facing unusual temptations. It involves actual danger. It Is not task for a man fond of ease or of low physical vi tality. Yet we believe there are plenty of men who will find in the call to this service an opportunity of doing the greatest work of their lives, and that there are many who would offer themselves if they thought they could qualify. Also ypei Mechanics. ! "We also want chauffeurs, mec hanicians, accountants, clerks and ! stenographers, construction men to build huts, shipping men to handle: the supplies and many others." There are at present more than ' two thousand American Y, M. C. A. workers in Europe. One hundred i and "fifty of these wpre compelled to retire before the German advance into Russia and are now in Siberia awaiting an opportunity to return. -Theater In the Movies. Cpencer Square Tonight and .Thursday Bessie Barriscale In "Within the Cup"; Pathe news. Majestic Tonight Edith Storey In "The Claim"; Drews in coniedy. Thursday and Friday Madame Pe-' trova in "Tho Light Within." Black Hawk Tonight Jane Cowl In "Spreading Dawn." Thurs day Ruth Roland in "Sold for Gold"; Pathe News; Ford weekly and a comedy. At Ihe Spencer. Tonight Bessie Barriscale will be seen In "Within the Cup." Tho story is set in. Washington square, that section of New York city which the free-minded artist and authors who inhabit it call their "super-world." Miss Barriscale portray "Thisbe Lorraine," a young American wTlter who has lost her faith in life and love since being the victim of deception at the hands of a man she had loved while studying art in Paris. Before that time she had been serious; she had had ambition; her Ideal had ruled her existence. But, with her faith gone and her trust brok en, she come to America to live the very life she ha detested. She become known In Bohemian cir cles a a girl whose life ! bub bling with the champagne effer vescence of nocturnal Nw York; a person whose only use for life v living. Hut In refined socloty she Is also admired a a famous and popular author. Her dual person ality 1 naver inspected. At the Majestic A frontier hotel of tha weat of year ago, t the scene of thrilling action In the Metro all-star aerie picture "The Claim," starring Edith fiforey, which will be tha at traction at the Majuatta theatre to night. This picture 1 screen SD A Y THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS-APRIL 10, 1018. version of the Broadway success of the same name. This hotel aroind which the life of the little mining town of El Dorado centers. Is dwelling-place, gambling house, saloon, village store, postotlice and vaudeville theatre. In the midst of tho shining glasses an Its bar stands a stuffed puma, as evidence of the marksmanship of one of its patrons. Elk's horns and elk's heads adorn the walls. Signs giv ing evidence of homely humor are placed at various angles, such as Get a Girl and Buy." "We Start Our Own Trouble." and "We Plav 'Km to the Roof." Oil lamps swing from the ceiling. Illuminating the scenes of Jollity below. A piano in one corner 1 presided o"er by a "rag-time artist." who accompanies Belle Jones (Edith Storey) in hor vocal selections. Through the swinging doors one passes to the general store, in which hangs the board containing the keys to the rooms. On one side of these doors are sold dry goods on the other "wet gods." F16ur, potatdes and tinware crowd each other for space and the advertisements or stand ard oods are flauntingly displayed. At the Columbia. "Quakertown to Broadway" Is something absolutely new In the line of musical comedies, exceeding in spectacular magnificence and staging anything of a similar nat ure that has ever been shown here before. It is B. D. Berg's new cre ation which, with its beautiful scenery, its wealth of beautiful girls, its magnificent costumes and wonderful musical numbers, is far superior to any xjther act of its kind, while a real story possessing dramatic qualities is revealed. Emily Darrell, assisted by Billy Jackson, are two young vaudevil lians, who undoubtedly will be heard from In the near future. This due is presenting a comedy skit called "Late for Rehearsal." "515" is a mystery farce. It has an in tensely interesting dramatic story, which is told in such a way as to produce comedy situations, keep ing the audience In absolute sus pense as to the outcome. Hann, Weller and Martz have demonstrat ed their right to the title of "The Three Biggest Voices" again and again. The presentation of their melange of mirth and melody has proven one of the biggest suc cesses In vaudeville. Walker and Texas, a man and a woman, na tives of New Mexico, present a comedy talking, fancy rope spin ning and knot tying offering, which they call" "Pastimes on the Three Cross Ranch." GERMAN PUBLIC PREPARED FOR POLICY CHANGE London.: (Correspondence of the Associated Press.) Symptoms re garded in some quarters here as indicating that the German govern ment is preparing the public for some change of front on the Alsace Lorraine question are found in some of the German newspapers. Maximilian Harden recently launched the first suggestion of this in his Zukunft and "his con demnation of the traditional Ger man attitude was neither censored nor challenged. Professor Del brueck followed in tho same strain in one of the leading reviews, ap parently feeling out the public pulse. As there was still no serious re action, another' leading publicist, Frolessor Martin Kassbender, has just added .another contribution along the same line, which is par ticularly significant owing to the fact that Fassbender is a close per sonal friend of the German em peror, and hfs often been spoken of in the list of "private advisors." Professor Fassbender's article appears in the Deutsche Politik. It says in part: "The French base their claims to Alsace on the fact that the Alsat ians are attached in their hearts to France. This unfortunately is only too true. The reproach leveled at us, that we do not understand how to assimilate conquered territories is well founded, and It is phenom enon which merits our best atten tion. "In 1S59 Colbort wrote to his brother, the first administrator of Alsara, exhorting him to treat the Alsatians better than Inhabitants of Germany were treated by their rul ers. At the same timr he urged the clergy to use their influence to in duce the Alsatians to become good Frenchmen. The consequence was that in 1075 when the German troops entered Alsace, they met nft with complete indifference, but ac tive hostility on the part of the in habitants of that province. "With us Germans, an adminis tration of such a nature Is impos sible. Ours is a regime which ad mits of no change. Hence, when the functionaries of such a regime treat the inhabitants badly, it is difficult to conciliate them and even more difficult to assimilate them. "That Is why Alsace-Lorraine will always remain an open sore In the German' body politic." Not out In tli a Fr. U..U ft r Back of Ear." Insert In Nostril. Vane ronntns without alenstur A. fl. Leonard. Hold only Tn Kn.-k Island hy tho fnlinwInvdriiKKlst W, T. Hurls, sol Twrnnliih Ht! "iToof of Htii-i'naa" will lm ulvsn yuu l.y tha ahovn druggist. A unonssfiil sain slni'a lso7. Sn innrtrr If avorylhtntr nlau hua fHllnd. b1v l,nnarl ICiir Oil a rhanr tn hli vim, A. i, Leon ard, 7rt Klfih Ave., New York City; Hull. M. ": ' '-" 1 I Not put la th Ear.. "Rub ft itt ) I BRIGADIER GENERAL W. A. WHITE'S STIRRING APPEAL TO BRITISHERS AND CANADIANS IN THE UNITED STATES yom have eye with which to read and eart with which to hear, you know that fighting men are wanted A T ONCE in France; Every Britither and Canadian owe it to himself, kit country and civilisation it ttlf to volunteer IMMEDIATELY. If he wait to be drafted he will not help. Brig. Gen. White. We are at the crisis of the war, attacked by an immense superiority of German troops. Our army has been forced to retire. The retire ment has been carried out method ically before the pressure of a steady succession of fresh German reserves, which are suffering enor mous losses. HE HEARD, STILL - HE HEEDED ONLY AS ORDERS CAME Detroit Altnough a majority of slackers In Michigan have sought to evade military service by sun ruitting sad stories of physical ail ments or helpless dependents, more than a few classical excuses haw been heard by local boards and medical examiners. "I have pricked a goqd many hot air balloons since the draft law became effective," said one investi gator, "and I expect to puncture a good many more. Usually the draft evader who thinks he is clever is pitiably clumsy and often falls into the most simple sort of a trap." The following little system caught more than one would-be invader: A youth alleging defective hear ing was taken into an examining room. "My hearing is pretty bad," he told the medical officer. "That so? let's see," said the doc tor, as he stepped closed to the young man. "Put your hand over your right ear," said the doctor, loudly. The youth did so. "Can you hear this?" asked thi physician. In a low tone. No response. "Can you hear me now?" This was spoken in an ordinary voice. No response. "Now put your hand over your left ear," said the doctor in a very faint voice. SALE OF Ladies' Shoes AT radfy's New Dept. Store 700 Twelfth .Street These prices for Wed nesday night and all day Thursday. Store open Wednesday night until 9 o'clock. "One lot ladies' shoes, values up to $3.50, (J-! or per pair PlOj Ladies' $3.50 white :.h,::.$2.75 canvas ehoes Ladles' $2.25 white d JA I canvas strap pumps, v I' Ladles' black, gray or brown kid shoes, values up to $6.00. your d0 QC choice ....pJa70 , Ladles' $7.00 white (JJC CA , kid shoes .V3DU , ! Extra Special For Wednesday Night Only ; A 50c reduction on any pair of men's or boys' dress shoes or ' oxfords. I OPEN UNTIL' 0 I O'CLOCK TONIGHT 1 I I ' 4 v f I I i . i ' , ! ' ; - 'MttK 1 : .... , T' t., ! fye-fy ' ? w. LLOYD GEORGE'S APPEAL TO AMERICA: The situation Is helng faced with splendid courage and resolution. The dogged, pluck of our troops has for the' moment checked the cease less onrush of the enemy, and the French have now joined in the struggle. But this Battle, the great est and most momentous ir. the his tory of the world,' is only just be- i ginning. Throughout it the French The order was promptly obeyed: the candidate "saw the light" and meekly submitted to the rest of tha examination. A sweet young woman, employed In one of the Detroit drift board offices, caught several slackers who were clever enough to foil the me 1 ical examiners. One instance, which was reported by a membe. of the local board, concerned a young man who insisted he was deaf and who evaded the tests and tricks of the examiners. As he lelt the medical room the smile wliicj the demure miss flashed at- him ,VJW Bring the Children to the Children's Store i S This Week ij J We'veprepared for the greatest children's business in our career and our popular basement section devoted to juvenile apparel is just as com- C pletely stocked as the women's departments. rv This vacation week will be an excellent time to outfit the girls for.5 iuk Spring and Summer varieties are so splendid, size assortments so com-w!. plete, and the styles Little Daughters' Coats $5 to $20 Smart looking and plenty of thorn for girls of all ages from 8 14 years. Full-flared and belted styles with large collars, pockets and clever belts. Made of eilk poplins, serges, velours, taffetas. HUNDREDS Not Only Attractive, but Practical and of Here at J his Children's Dresses S to 6 Tears 85c - S2.50 Made of plain, plaid and striped gingham in clever oonnblnationa and styles, trimmed with belts, pockets, smocking, cuffs and collars. Girls' Aprons ff Light or dark colors. Sizes 4 to 14 years. 5 DUCnnd iDC Girls' Middies All white or with col ored trimming and smock ing. 81.00, $1.50, $1.95 I Little Girls' Hats, THE BEE HIVE and British are buoyed with the knowledge that the great republic of the west will neglect no effort which can hasten ita troops and its ships to France. In war, time is vital. It is impos sible to exaggerate tie importance of getting American reinforce ments aci-oss the Atlantic in the shortest possible space of time. caused him to forget war and homo and country. "Were you accepted?" the young woman asked in a very lew ton i. ".Saw, they turned me down and gee, I wanted to " "Don't worry, my friend, we made a little mistake p.ud you're accepted," said a drawling voice behind the slacker. The youth whirled and faced the medical officer. He blushed and stammered, but finally began to grin. "That's No. G girl in the case. for me,'' said the so altogether chic and attractive. Little OF ATTRACTIVE t avonte Children i s Section Very Attractively Priced ' Fluffy Frilly White ' Dresses 2 to 1 4 Ycurs $1.50 to $12.50 Made of dainty net. sheer organdy, oft volloa, this splendid assortment la sure to Include the very style you want for dress-up occasions. White Middy Dresses, $1.50 to $235 75c to $2.95 Little Boys' Hats, 25c to $2.75 J GROTTO BOOSTS LIBERTYBOIIDS Local Prophets Torn Parade is Sherrard Inlo Demonitratlon for Third Loan. THIRTY ME.VBKRS INDUCTED Entire Tillage Out (or Celebration When iiOO JU.ck Islanderi Arrive. Last night will bo Inng remem bered by the people of Sherrarl when some three hundred membera and Visitors of Araoo grotto In vaded the village with two bands and proceeded to stir thlnjrc up. More than two hundred made th trip by special train over the Rock Island, being Joined In Sherrard bt others going by auto. On arrival at Sherrard supper wag served by the I'astern Star in the Congrega tional church, and then the busi ness district was paraled and ser enade!. Tb town was packet with people and the celebration re sembled a Fourth of July affair. The parade and meeting was turn ed into a booster meeting for the third Liberty loan. The ceremonial was stared atth opera house more than thirty mem bers being inducted into t.e grotto The return trip was made at md night. Frolic Tomorrow. Tomorrow evening Amoo grotto will hold its ".A j rll frolic" at th. Masonic temple. Tfiis should prove another interesting function, and Arthur J. White and his jazz band will furnish the music, using tor the occasion the latest music ob tainable. The committee in charge is composed of Fred E. Burgert, L. A. Vasconcellos, Earl Etrupp, A. O. llattrem," J. D. Thompson ant Arthur Vogel. STORED I. CHURCHES. Mexico City. April 8. Lack of shipping to move the hemp has caused that product to accumu late in the ports at Yucatan. Re ports from Merida say the hene quen is erven being stored in churches. The government recent ly sent one of the ships command eered from the Mexican Navigation company to take a cargo of hene quen to a United States gulf port. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the . Signature ofl Kiddies' Coats 2 S2.95 to $12.50 Stylish little models of checks, serges, silk poplins and taffetas, made in high waist line or belted effects vith collars and cuffs of silk or pique. Spring shades and black for tots of 2 to 6 years. S NEW DRESSES $ Good Quality and Girls' School Dresszc $1.50 . $5 Pretty practical washable dresses of ging hams in dozens of new effects with gathered and pleated skirts, wide belts, large collar and fanciful pockets. Boys' Wash Suits Two piece summer utt in dozens of etyloa. 75c to S2.95 Children's Rompers CHnshams and pwcalas. 3 to 8 years. r 75c 2DtdJ;C& N s S P.