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Program for Epworth
League Year Given
Memorial services for deceased minis
ters will be beld by the Indianapolis
Epworth league at Crown Hill cemetery
July 11.
The program outlining the work of the
district cabinet has been announced as
July 11—Memorial services at Crown
Bill cemetery.
July 14 —Bethany booster meeting at
the East Tenth Street M. E. church.
Aug. 9—Service of life workers.
Aug. 11—Bethany echo meetiug.
Aug. 21—District picnic.
Kept. 11—Hike to Old Bethel.
Sept. 13—Second class of fourth de
October—Bally of district life work
ers during the entire month.
November—Evangelistic classes Thurs
day. Friday and Saturday evenings;
■unrise prayer meetings Sundays.
Dec. I—Third department rally.
Dec. 22—District Christmas special en
Jan. s—District bobsled ride.
Jan. 12, 19 and 26—Series of lectures
■a social service.
Feb. 2—Second department rally.
Feb. 11—Class In missions.
March —During the mouth Bible study
March 23—First department rally.
April—Out-of-town rally at West
May ■ 13, 14 and 15.—District conven
tion at Fletcher Place M. E. church.
Boy Loses 3 Fingers
Playing With Cutter
Harlev Moriarity, 14, 507 East Wash
iarton street, lost three fingers yester
day afternoon while playing with a pair
of scissors used to cut iron in Selig's
Junk shop at 23 South East street.
The hoy, accompanied by three other
boys, entered the rear door of the junk
■bop and began to play with the big cut
ting machine.
One of the boys let the blade down on
Moriarlty’s hand.
The police took the boy to the City
hospital in an automobile.
Propose Evansville
Man for Legion Berth
EVANSVILLE, Ind., June 22
district delegates to the American le
gion state convention at Vincennes,
June 28 and 29, have pledged them
selves to boost CaTins Baughman,
adjutant of the Funkbouser post of
this city, for state adjutant.
They will ask the support of other
districts over the state to obtain
Baughman’s election.
The First district delegates will not
ask for the 1921 meeting of the le
gion and they will go unpledged as
to their support of a state com
10,000 Persons Given
Anti-Plague Virus
VEKA CRUZ, June 22.—The sanitary
authorities announced today they are
making satisfactory progress in their
fight against the bubonic plague.
Ten thousand persons have been vac
cinated with anti-plague virus since '
The schools have been reopened and
railway passenger service has been re
newed with Mexico City.
Two new cases of the plague and one
death were reported Monday.
Burglars Steal $lB
and Suit of Clothes
Burglars entered the home of Pearl
Payne, 531 Agnes street, last night.
The thief carried away ?18.
Hyman Epstein, a tailor, 2911 West
Washington street, reported a burglar
entered his store and carried away three
cults of clothes.
Hostesses Named for
League Card Party
Hostesses for the card party to be
given tomorrow at the Propylaeum by
the League of Women Voters for the
benefit of the local league treasury, will
Include Mrs. Meredith Nicholson, Mrs
Walter Marmon, Mrs. Edward J. Hecker,
Mrs. Wllmer Christian, Miss Sara Lauter,
Miss Eldena Lauter, Mrs. Isaac Born,
Mrs. John F. Barnhill, Mrs. Jacob P.
Dunn and Mrs. M. E. Foley.
Mrs. Edward Harmon, chairman of the
finance committee. Is directing the gen
eral arrangements.
Parties and Meetings
The Holy Rosary Altar society will
give an open air card party Thursday
afternoon In the school yard, 533 Stevens
atreet, for the benefit of the church.
• • *
Only Euchre club will give a card
party tonight in the Musicians' hall, 143
East Ohio street.
B. W. Bennett Circle Ladles of the
G. A. R. will meet tonight on the fourth
floor of the courthouse.
Just Arrived 100 New White
These hats were especially purchased at an un
usually advantageous price, which enables us to
make this extraordinary offer.
Early Selection Is Highly Advisable.
Fourth Floor State Life Bldg.
Sniping Continued as Troops
Patrol Streets.
LONDON. June 22.—Sanguinary fight
ing between Sinn Felners and unionists
was renewed at Londonderry today and
three Sinn Felners were wounded in one
clash, said an Exchange Telegraph dis
patch from Londonderry.
It is now established that seven per
sons were killed in the fighting at Lon
donderry Monday.
British troops are patrolling the
streets, but sniping is continuous from
Two thousand soldiers were rushed
from Curragh to reinforce the troops
at Londonderry, but no word of their
arrival had been received up to noon,
and it was supposed they had been held
up en route.
All passenger trains nearing London
derry are searched by British soldiers
and constables, to prevent Sinn Felners
from approaching the city from sonth
Ireland to mobilize against the union
It is reported in Dublin that the Brit
ish government contemplates suspension
of railway traffic in central and northern
Ireland to prevent the concentration of
Sinn Felners.
Leaders of the Irish railway unions
declared they were ready to extend the
strike which already is in effect If the
government attempts to carry out such
* decision.
Assistant Inspector-General Roberts
of the Royal Irish constabulary was
wounded in the head when an attempt
was made to assassinate him, another
Dublin report said.
The official* accompanied by three con
stables and a chauffeur, was en route
for Dublin castle in a motor car when,
they were fired upon by assassins who
were hidden behind the pillars of a
railway bridge.
In addition to the injuries to Roberts,
the chauffeur was wounded in both legs.
New Berlin Cabinet
t° Take Office Soon
BERLIN, June 22.—Personnel of the
new German cabinet was reported today
to have been decided.
Conferences were held between leaders
of all parties after which it was an
nounced that the new government would
shortly take office.
The pr 'table lineup will be: Chan
cellor, Konstantins Fehrenbach; foreign
minister, Herr Simona; home secretary,
Herr Koch; minister of defense. Dr.
Gessler; finance minister. Dr. Wlrth:
minister of ports. Herr Giesberg; trans
portation minister, Herr Stegerwald;
minister of justice. Dr. Heinze.
Rotarians Hold First
Session of Convention
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., June 22.—The
first business session of the eleventh an
nual convention of the International As
sociation of Rotary Clubs was held to
Delegates from nearly a dozen coun
tries were In attendance.
Perfeetlon Eggs—Glossbrennor's.
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Raa Barlow walked from here to Tlck
vllle this week. He meant to catch a
ride as soon as he started out, but, of
course, everybody is always coming
when a fellow is going.
Washington Hocks has been put at the
head of a committee at the Hog Fora
church. Yam Sims is wondering how
Wash can be chairman of a standing
• • *
Sim Flinders says it is a great saving
and a big convenience for the same road
to be used for both going and coming.
Strike Oil in Well
on Mt. Comfort Farm
Special to The Times.
MT. COMFORT, Ind., June 22.
While drilling for gas on the Dr. C.
K. Ewings farm, two miles north of
Mt. Comfort, oil was found.
The well will be shot tomorrow
This is three miles southwest of
the wells brought in by the Fortville
Gas Company a few weeks ago.
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California’s Land Control
Measure Doesn’t Please.
WASHINGTON. June 22.-.Tapap nas
lodged what amounts to an Informal
protest with the state department against
proposed legislation tn California pro
viding for absolute prohibition of owner
ship or lease of land by Japanese, it
was learned today.
Serious complications may arise should
the proposed measure be made a lnw. It
was feared here In official and diplomatic
Kijuro Shldeliara, the Japanese ambas
sador here, has brought the proposed
California law to the attention of the
state department in Informal conversa
tions with officials lately.
The ambassador has been anxious to
determine whether the state department
is alive to the situation and his Infor
mal representations have been construed
as a protest.
It is contended the Mikado's govern
ment has done everything to meet ob
jections of the United States In connec
tion with Japanese In this country and
only recently placed a ban on the pic
ture-bride practice, In response to agi
tation In California.
In supplementing the California alien
land law, which merely prohibited own
ership of land by Japanese, the pro
posed law imposes sweeping prohibi
tions of the enjoyment of virtually all
land rights by Japanese, they contend.
EVANSVILLE, Ind., June 22.—The
body of Bertha Kelly, a negro woman,
formerly of Indianapolis, and who dis
appeared three weeks ago, was found
here today In a vault by police.
William Board is under arrest charged
with killing the woman.
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Sunday was a rainy, cool day.
Nobody wanted to start up liis furnace. Owners of apartment houses
never expect to run their heating plants in midsummer. The central heat
ing stations could not be expected to start up.
What more convenient or cheaper to take off the chill than gas!
Early Sunday morning the send-out was 750,000 cubic feet per hour.
By ten o’clock it rose to over 1,000,000 cubic feet per hour. After dinner
it continued at the same rate.
Then we stopped it by reducing the pressure. If we had continued to send
out gas as the people wanted it, Sunday would have been about the big
gest day in the history of the company. The people wanted 15,000,000
cubic feet. We gave them 9,000,000. On the preceding Sunday they
wanted only a trifle over 6,000,000.
Sunday’s heating demand made us use 6,000 gallons of oil and 35 tons of
coke. Neither should be used now because they will be badly needed next
winter. Incidentally, the extra gas which we produced cost us S3OO
more than we shall get for it.
The public pays very little attention to our warnings, blit we deem it our
duty to continue our efforts to let the people know that they are invit
ing disaster for the whole community by attempting to use gas for heat
ing. It can’t be done.
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