‘GREAT AGE WE
LIVE in; THINKS
Mellon Traces Progress of
America at Dinner in
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PITTSBURGH, March 25.—Trac
ing tie accomplishments of America
at a dinner tendered in honor of his
eventy-flfth birthday Monday
night, Andrew W. Mellon, secretary
<’f the treasury, said: “The average
Iverson in this country now com
mands the mpans of comfortable
ustenance to a greater extent and
with less effort than ever.”
The cabinet member in his speech
explained that he did “not mean
to say that we have attained equal
ity" of opportunity. No nation ever
has attained it.
“But. here in America, if we have
not yet achieved that aim toward
which we have been striving, at least
we are on the way toward realiz
ing it eventually, nor have we any
reason to be dissastisfied with our
pres"n rate of progress.”
Extracts from Secretary Mellon's
"As one looks back over the en
tire period, the economic develop
ments of tne last seventy-five years
nave been so vast and have brought
about such far-reaching changes in
our daily lives that it Is difficult to
come tc any conclusions about
“Each generation is prone to
think that it is living in an era of
fundamental change, but., certainly,
the immense material progress since
he Civil war. not to speak of
progress along other lines, has car
ried mankind forward, not back
ward, and has raised the whole
plane f civilization to a higher
Best Age in History
Opportunities which so vastly
have increased in the last, genera
tion are only the forerunners of
tthers, and perhaps, greater ones,
vhich will come as the result of
orces now at work and those con
'tantly being discovered.
"Someone asked me in what age
I wouid prefer to have lived. I
answered that I would not change
Ihe period in thich I have lived for
any other in the world’s history.”
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DOCTOR’S FUNERAL TO
BE HELD WEDNESDAY
George R. Graves Succumbs While
Riding in Street Car.
Funeral services will be held on
Wednesday afternoon at the Roy
ster & Askin chapel for Dr.
George R. Graves, 47. of 3317 North
Capitol avenue, meat Inspector for
the United States bureau of animal
Industry, who died suddenly in a
street car at Illinois and Wash
ington streets Monday afternoon.
Cerebral . emorrhage was blamed
for his death.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Florence Graves; a son, Orth
Graves, and a daughter, Audrey
Graves, both of whom live at home,
and a sister, Mrs. J. C. Van Nuys
of Lufkin, Tex. Burial will be in
the Precinct cemetery at Thorn
ASSOCIATION TO MEET
Metal Trades Group to Hear Talk
on Industrial Training.
Vocational instructors, principals
and school authorities will hear dis
cussions on “Industrial Training in
School and Shop” at the twenty
fourth annual dinner meeting of
the Indianapolis branch of the Na
tional Metal Trades Association Fri
day night, at the Indianapolis Ath
School training program in out
tate cities and locally will be de
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Beech Grove Recital Tonight
Mothers' Chorus Club members of
Beech Grove Parent-Teacher Asso
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Beech Grove schc auditorium at
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TARDIEU STILL FIGHTS
Vote of Confidence May Be
Asked by Premier.
By United Prrun
PARIS, March 25.—Premier Andre
Tardieu has one more parliamentary
fight on his hands before he can
return to London with full confi
dence of his security at home.
Tardieu’s budget bill emerged
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THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
from the senate finance committee
shorn of appropriations for the sala
ries of the premier's new ministers
and undersecretaries, which he
added to the cabinet in order to
obtain wide support from various
groups in the chamber.
Tardieu announced that if diffi
culties continue he will demand a
vote of confidence on the cabinet
Total number of domestic natural
gas users increased from 3,984,000
n 1927 to 4.366,000 in 1928.
BANDIT RETURNS MONEY
Bv United Prets
CLEVELAND. March 25.—A few
minutes after three bandits, one a
woman, had held up a filling station
and made away with $34 here Sun
day night, one of the men casually
walked into the station and re
turned the money to a bewildered
attendant. The bandit machine had
stalled at the curb and William
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