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APRIL 18, 1922.
SHOTGUNS AND TORCHES USED BY TERRORISTS Belfast Swept by Violent Dis orders—Fifteen Homes Burned. tR-ONDON. April 18.—Belfast was re covering today from a night of terror, ace* rdlng to reports reaching here. During the night several persona re ceived gunshot wounds. Fifteen houses were destroyed in Incendiary fires. Discords between rival factions in the Irish republican army in Dublin waa still smouldering. Mutineers were still holding several seized buildings, while loyal republic an army troops were maintaining an active guard over strategic points they are holding. ‘LOAFERS,’ SAY COUNCILMEN OF MAYOR ET AL. (Continued From Page One.) (ion Itself at the baseball park and “ how many of them go in every after noon. The ordinance to reduce the salary of Walker was introduced by Council man King. King is a supporter of Sena tor Harry S. New for renomination against Beveridge. Seth Ward, who was fired from his job as transfer clerk in (be city assessment bureau because he refused to accept the chairmanship of the Marion County Beveridge speakers’ bureau, announcing he was for Senator New. blamed Walker in part for his discharge and threatened revenge. Coun cilman King was asked if Ward has any thing to do wirh the ordinance to re • luce Walker's salary to more than S3OO •'ow that of his third assistant. He il Ward had nothing to do with it. In response to another question he said New headquarters was not behind the tnovfc. WOCLD PAY WHAT HE IS WORTH. “Why pick on Walker then?" King was asked. “Because he’s running around devoting too much time to politics and not enough to city business, he replied. “In general refs worth about $1,500. He’s running .round threatening to get everybody's j..b If they don't vote for Beveridge. And don't forget, this s just the beginning.” ■‘Yes.” joined tn Councilman Bon H. Thompson; "YYe'll wake 'em up around here before we get through. “Do you know what they did at the comfort station? They threatened to fire a woman employe if she did not work for a certain candidate for precinct com mitteeman. They shut off the electric fan. down thore and it got to be almost suffocating, but Mrs. Shank got cold feet and mado them turn it on again.” “I take exception to the statement of the mayor in the daily press that mem bers of the council are 'bucking him,’ ” said Councilman Ray. “At no turn have I showed an attitude of ‘bucking’ him on anything that was right, but I'm not going to concur in his administration's a.-ts when it is doing things I don’t think are right. The very minute I do thar, the people I represent will think that I'm in favor of what is being done. lIE BELIEVED SHANK'S PROMISE. 'Before the election Mr. Shank made a lot of promises. T believed In many •them. I liked the way they sounded I it was niv full intention to rote wlrb him in order to enable him to carry them out. “The mayor said he would give a gold badge to the policeman who made the fewest arrests. Now he either does not intend to carry out that promise or his chief of police is not in sympathy with it. Many policemen have been dis charged by officials who said they were nor doing their duty. My sympathy goes our to thp members of the police depart ment. The mayor says he'll give a gold badge to those who make the least ar rests and when these same policemen at tempt io carry out the order they are .iner suspended or discharged. “I had occasion before the last elec tion to attempt to get some votes for myself from the jitney drivers. I found the Jitney drivers' association for the mayor and the Republican ticket to a man because Mr. Shank made certain promises to them. Although there was no ordinance then on the books prac tically prohibiting them ran he said Statement of Condition OF TIIE National Liberty Insurance Company ol 9 America NEW YORK. N. Y. 7**9 Sixth are. OX THU 3lst Day of December, 1921 fHAS. H. COATES, President. LOUIS PFINGSTAG, Secretary. Xmount of capital paid up. $1,600,009.00 NET ASSETS OF COMPANY. Ca-h in banks ton interest and not on in*ere-t) $ 1,161^38.(1 Bonds and stocks owned imarket value I 8,115.671.00 Monetise loans on real es tate i free from any prior incumbrance* 1,331.100.00 Accrued securities (interest and rents, etc.* 1*2.•'>82.53 Premiums and accounts due and in process of collec tion 1.344,777.10 Accounts otherwise secured.. i11,989.00 Total net assets $12,158,078.26 LIABILITIES. Reserve or amount necessary to reinsure outstanding tks ' $ 6.553.104.57 . 327.783.05 Lo"> s adjusted and not due 469,045 68 Losses unadjusted and in •as 261.745.78 Bills and accounts unpaid... 340.J48.56 Other liabilities of the com pany 185,685.00 Total liabilities $ 5.137.412.94 Surplus 3.020.665.32 Total $12,158,078.26 amount in any one ik $ 200,000.00 State of Indiana, otllce of Commissioner of Insurance. I. the undersigned. Commissioner of In surance of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the state ment of the condition of the above men tioned company on the Rlst day of De cember. 11*21, as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement is non <m file in this office. In testimony whereof. I hereunto sub scribe iny name and affix my (SEAL* official seal this Ist day of April. I r, 2"* ••••. v ru.. .Commissioner. SPLASH! Ravenswood, the popular watering place of Indianapolis, today includes more water than even the most ardent bathing beach frequenter would ap preciate. The river at Ravenwood Is about a mile wide and the entire town is inundated. For the most part It consists of summer cottages which are unoccupied at this time of year. he would get the ordinance repealed and let them run. Personally I very much admired what he said when he promised them he would buy tires by the car load lot and sell them to the jitney drivers at wholesale cost. “We’re going to make a thorough in vestigation of that affair at the pool room. Several policemen in plain clothes tame in. They said there was gambling going on. This Patrolman Beasley rushed back to a man fifty oi sixty years old who was sitting at a table and grabbed him by the neck. The man put his hand in his pocket. “Don’t put your band on that money,” shouted :be policeman and struck the man In the face four or five times with his fist, then pulled out his gun and tfat him over the head with it. The roan was in such a condition we had take him to a doctor. “Now 1 know that gambling was not going on in that place. It's right oat In n.v home neighborhood and I was in that place not five minutes before th s haj oened. I went to see the big Repub lican boss of Indianapolis, Bill Armltage, and he told me he would get right after the matter. I saw Jim Armifage (uiem Oer of the board of public safety and brother of Bill) and he told me he did hot approve of any policeman doing such a thing and would investigate. I went to see Chief Itikhoff but he was never In. Nothing has ever been done about tue affair. "H OXPERTI i. THINGS FOR SOI TH SIDE. “The mayor come out on the south side and told us what wonderful things he was going to do for us. He was going to give us a playground at Fletcher aid State avenues. Instead of that he's buy ing ground for parks up north and es tablishing a golf course in Irvington. He was going to clean the sewers and a lot of things. I see today that he’s going to ask us to approve $30,000 worth of bonds to clean the s .'wers and the reason he s doing It Is because of a complaint at Twenty-Third and Pennsylvania streets I was furnished reports of where the cinders and gravel were spread upon th; streets. Look fit 'em. From So to S* per cent was laid north of Washington street. The same is true of the men em ployed under the S2-a day plan, from 85 to 95 per cent of them lived north of Washington street. “He ,sn t carrying out his promises to the Sixth district, which 1 represent. The people out there think I can get mv thing. I can't get anything Naturally I don't concur in the mayor's ideas. n was going to give the councilmen a lot of appointments to make The minute That was published in the newspapers dozens of people after Jobs began to look me up. I'll venture the same thing hnp pened to every member of the council. They were after me day and night. They thought I was lying to them when I told them I couldn't do anything for them. NOW GOING TO “BITK" MAYOR. •Tall it ‘bucking' if you want to, but from now on I'm going to be a 'buoker' until the mayor starts carrying out his campaign promises ” The only friends the mayor had all evening long were Councilmen Walter W. Wise and Lloyd D. Claycombe, who voted “no" on passage of the boxing bill over his disapproval and “no” on (he motion to suspend rules on the ordi naee reducing Walker's salary. The boxing bill wiil become effective after two week's publication. Then the president must appoint the commission. It is likely he will not do so because Ray. author of the bill, intends to in troduce an amendment cutting the com mission to five couaciimen. three to be named by the resident and two by the president pro tem.. King. Councilmen Buchanan, King, Ray and Thompson voted against daylight saving, the other five passing it, after a half hour public hearing was held. Horace H. Fletcher, secretary and general man ager. and B. W. Gillispie, president of the Indianapnlis Live Stock Exchange, and Dr. W. H. Foreman, member of the board of public health, spoke against the change and A. A. Brown, manager of the Western Cnion property In In dianapolis; Harry Miesse, secretary of the Patriotic Gardeners' Association; John K. Orman, secretary of the In dianapolis Automobile Trade Associa tion; Bert A. Boyd, grain dealer; Fred Statement of Condition OF THE Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Company SPRINGFIELD. MASS. 195 State st. OX THE 31st Day of December, 1921 A. W. DAMON. President. E. H. HILDRETH, Secretary. Amount of capital paid up... .$2,500,000.00 NET ASSETS OF COMPANY. Cash in banks ton interest and not on interest* $ 2.351.499.11 Real estate unincumbered... 335,(100.00 Bonds and stocks owned (market value) 12,859,729.50 Mortgage loans on real es taie * free from any prior incumbrance * 2,610.270.00 Accrued securities (interest and rents, etc.l 179,928.58 Premiums and accounts due and in process of collec tion 1,824.329.94 Accounts otherwise secured.. 223.492.99 Total net assets $20,364,250.12 LIABILITIES. Reserve or amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks $10,878,927.69 Los.-es due and unpaid 258.871.70 Losses unadjusted and in suspense 1,560,339.47 Other liabilities of the com pany 62.*.000.00 Total liabilities $13,323,138.86 Capital 2.500.000.00 Surplus 4.561.111.26 Total $20,384,250.12 Greatest amount in any one risk $ 70.000.00 State of Indiana. Office of Commissioner of Insurance. I, the undersigned. Commissioner of In surance of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the state ment of the condition of the above men tioned company on the 31st day of De cember. 1921. as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement is now on file in this office. In testimony whereof. I hereunto sub scribe my name and affix n*y j (SEAL.I official sea! this Ist day of April. 1932. T. S. SieMCRKA Y. .IK.. Commissioner. Hoke, manufacturer and Emerson Chaille, real estate dealer, for It. Councilman Buchanan explained his “no - ' vote. He said he believed the great majority of citizens are opposed to day light savings because it works a hard ship upon the early rising, laboring man and would disrupt business. Councilman Wise said he was voting “aye” because he thought the working people are for It. If the council passes the ordinance over the mayor's expected veto tu time the clocks controlled b> tne city will be advanced an hour at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. April 30, and turned back on hour at 2 o'clock on the last Sunday morning in September. FEE SYSTEM TOR AITO VIOLATORS. The amendment to the anti-open vault ordinance, introduced several weeks ago, was amended and passed. Instead of re quiring connection with sewers or sceptic tanks throughout the city by next Octo ber the ordinance now prohibits con struction of any new vaults ind connec tion with sewers or tanks in the mile square by one year from the date when t the amendment becomes effective and in each half mile zone beyond each suc ! reeding year thereaftr. The ordinance establishing a fee sys tem for violation of traffic laws in lieu of i prosecution and a pound for automobiles formal parked wrong when the owner can I not be located was introduced i-' 1 re ferred to committee. Contrary to pre diction of several councilmen the traffic codification ordinance was not discussed. The salary of Assistant City Attorney William T. Bailey, who handles the council's legal business, was increased from $1,500 to $2,500 a year. Third Victim of Dry Branch Flood CRAWFORDS VILLE, Ind., April 18.— Homer, 9, son of Silas Bryant, was the third victim of drowning in what is known ss (he dry branch, a stream now flowing through the southeastern part of this city. Since the high waters came, the stream has become a raging torrent and the child s body was found two squares front the family home. Two similar tragedies have been recorded here during the past three weeks. EPILErTICS DISAPPEAR. The police of Indianapolis were asked today to search for three men who left the State Epileptic Hospital at New castle yesterday. The men are James Snider, 23; Earl Wagner, 28, and William Conrad. 22. The Boy Who Started to Town With a Hundred Dollars The advice they gave him for getting on in the world was simple and familiar / enough: “Keep what you have, and build on it. Be careful what you do and J'y it will grow into more/’ j It’s a safe rule —with money or health, < -but a good many overlook the rule with nj'i health, until they have lostwhat they had. Then it’s hard to get anew supply. Postum is a splendid help in sav ing health from the very common losses through the drug elements of tea and coffee —whose effects on the nervous system any doctor can tell you. Thousands of people who think it wise to be as careful of their health as they are of their dol lars are users of Postum. They find this famous cereal beverage a delightful drink with any meal, Postum for Health — “ There’s a Reason” Made by Postum Cereal Cos., Inc., Battle Creek. Mich. I Statement of Condition OF The Old Bay State CONCORD. MASS. Monument Sq. ON THE 31st Day of December. 1921 PRESCOTT KEYES. President. ELIOT R. HOWARD. Secretary. Amount of capital paid up $ 200.9**0.00 NET ASSETS OF COMPANY. Cash in banks (on interest and not on Interest i $ 461.50 Bonds and stocks owned (market value* 1,020.735.00 Accrued securities (interest and rents, etc.) 11.287.31 Casli in office _ 965.86 Agents’ balances 71,973.79 Deposit with bonding on 5,367.72 Recoverable for reins, on paid i OBg „ H 5.305.17 Reinsurance commission due. 8,574.34 Total net assets $1,130,670.69 LIABILITIES. Reserve or amount neces sary to reinsure outstand ing risks $ 514,552.67 i Losses due and unpaid; losses adjusted and not due; I losses unadjusted and In ■ suspense 154,172.68 Bills and accounts unpaid 1.000.00 Other liabilities of the com pany 2,0*10.00 Total liabilities $ 671,725.35 p a .,j ta l 20f1.000.00 Surplus ' 258.945.34 Total $1,130,070.00 Greatest amount in any one risk $ 50,000.00 Greatest amount allowed to be^ Insured in any one block...s 25.000.00 I state of Indiana, Office of Commissioner of Insurance. I I, the undersigned, Commissioner of In surance of Indiana hereby certify that the above is a corr ct copy of the state ment of the condition of the above men tioned company on the 31st day of De cember. 1921. as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement is now on file in this office. In testimony whereof, I hereunto sub scribe my name and * SEAL.* otltcia: s.-al, 1 ‘ ■ cYt 1922 t. S 24B'2'.v.V.<' INDIANA DAILY TIMES. WILSON HOLDS REED DISLOYAL ‘TO ANY CAUSE’ Former President Denounces Candidacy of Missouri Senator. ST. LOCIS. Mo.. April 18.—The "t. Louis political situation was throw r n into an uproar today, the result of a letter received by the St. Louis Globe I' mo crat in which former President Woodrow Wilson scathingly criticises Senator James A. Reed, declaring the Senator is “incapable of sustained allegiance to any person or any cause.” “Wilson emphatically stated he would “never willingly consent to any further association with him" adding Reed had “repeatedly forfeited any claim to my confidence that he may have been sup posed to have.” TLa former "resident’s letter was forthcoming following a statement by Lee Meriwether, St. Louis lawyer, and supporter of Senator Reed in which he said the Missouri Senator had been warmly thanked by Mr. Wilson for the 'great service which the Senator rendered him In perfecting trd parsing the Federal reserve bill.” Mr. Wilson flatly denied be had so endorsed Reed. “I have no recollection,” he said, “of ever having written any such letter.” Mr. Merriweatber today reiterated he had seen a copy of Mr. Wilson's letter praising Senator Reed's attitude on the Federal Reserve bill. He also Insisted he had been shown a communication from William G. MeAdoo, written when he was Secretary of the Treasury, com mending Senator Reed's work on the bill. The letter addressed to the editor of l lie Globe Democrat follows; “My Dear Sir—l note in your Issue of April 12 that one Lee Merrlwether Is quoted 8s saying he had seen a letter from me to Senator Reed ‘warmly thanking him for the great service the Senator rendered in perfecting and pass ing the Federal reserve bill.' "I have no recollection of ever hav ing written any such lette'. On the con trary, I clearly remember that Mr Reed, as a member of the Committee on Banking and Currency. Interposed every possible objection to the completion and adoption of the bill. His objections In and it’s free from any disturbing element. You can begin with Postum to day, with an order to your grocer. The road to health is a good road for anybody to follow. “Save what you have, and build on it,” is sound policy for everybody. Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) made instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for those who prefer to make tha drink while the meal is being prepared) made by boiling for 20 minutes. Sold by all grocers. Statement of Condition OF THE American Equitable Assurance Company ot New York NEW YORK. N. Y. 6S William st. ON THE 31st Day of December, 1921 R. A. CORROON, President. T. A. DUFFEY, Secretary. Amount of capital paid up. . $ 500,000.00 NET ASSETS OF COMPANY. Cash In banks (on interest and not on interest) $ 223.723.42 Bonds end stocks, owned (market value) 1,720,727.50 Mortgage loans on real es tate (free from any prior incumbrance* 27,000.00 Accrued securities (interest and rents, etc.) 18,266.31 Premiums and accounts due und in process of collection 280.250.36 Accounts otherwise secured... 120,871.39 Total net assets j $2,395,838.98 LIABILITIES. Reserve or amount neeossary to reinsure outstanding j: lßks $ 914.131.54 Losses adjusted and not due. 15,175.09 Losses unadjusted and In sus ptnss 3~6,5< 4. J.) Bills and accounts unpaid 532.39 Other liabilities of the com pany 133,373.09 Total liabilities $1,390 087.30 Surplus ' -.100,1)1.68 Total $2,395,838.98 Greatest amount in any one rlsk $ 50.000.00 State of Indiana, Office of Commissioner of Insurance. i. the undersigned, Commissioner of In surance of Indian.*', hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the state ment of the condition of the above men tioned company on the 31st day of De cember. 1921, as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement is now on file in this office, in testimony whereof, I hereunto sub scribe my name and affix my (SEAL.) official seal, this Ist day of April, 1922. T. S. McMURRAY. JR., Commissioner, N ‘WHO’S WHO!’ QUICK! ! LONDON, April 18.—A brother of Talaat Pasha was assassinated to dayaccord in g to an Exchange Tele graph dispatch from Berlin. leed were so many, so varied, and go in consistent with one another that I recall speaking to him about them in conver sation. Having spoken of reading a certain parody on a well-known novel, I told him that his course in the commit tee reminded me of the conduct of the hero in that parody who, when re jected by the heroine, rushed from the house, mounted several horses and rode off in every direction. Statements such as the one quoted from Mr. Mcrriweather appear to be'intended to create the impression that Reed and I have held the same principles and advo cated the same policies and that he is to and may be assumed to have my Indorsement as a candidate for re election to the Senate. This Is far from being the case. To those who have closely observed Mr. Reed's career In Washington, he has shown himself incapable of sustained al'eglanee to any person or any cause. He has repeatedly forfeited any claim to my confidence that, he may ever have been supposed to have and I shall never willingly consent to any further asso ciation with him, I beg that you will do me the courtesy to publish this letter. Very truly yours, WOODROW WILSON. WILSON NOT OUT OF POLITICS WASHINGTON, April 18—Woodrow Wilson, sick and broken in health as he may be, has not retired front politics and has no intention of doing so. Washington generally Interprets the St. Louis letter denouncing Senator Reed as moaning that even though retired from the political spotlight, Mr. Wilson hHS no intention of forgetting his political enemies. The feud between Mr. Wilson and Sen ator Reed is of long standing. It Is al most continuous throughout the eight years of Mr. Wilson's administration, and became pronounced and bitter when Sen ator Reed became the implacable foe of the League,of Nations. At ‘.he Sau Francisco convention in 1920 Senator Reed was denied h!s seat as a delegate from his own State in a contest brought by Administration supporters in his district. Statement of Condition OF THE California Insurance Company SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 57*0 Sacramento st. ON THE 31st Day of December, 1921 c. J. HOLMAN, President. GEO. W. BROOKS, Secretary. Amount of capital paid up... .SI,OOO,OtKt.OO NET ASSETS OF COMPANY. Cash in banks (on interest anil not. on interest* $ 263,342.93 Real estate unincumbered.... 012,913.43 Bonds and stocks owned (market value) 1,307,601.75 Mortgage loans on real es tate (frea* from nuy prior lncisnbrauee) 604,517.23 Accrued securities (interest and rents. etc.) .j 22 753.28 Collateral loans 10,000.00 Premiums and accounts due and in process of collection 301,284.01 Losses recoverable from rein surance 21,115.92 Total net assets $3,143,528.55 LIABILITIES. Reserve or amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks $1,404,858.12 Losses due anil unpaid 29,296.08 Losses unadjusted and in sus pense 187,326.60 Bills and accounts unpaid 5,000.00 Other liabilities of the com pany 60,652.35 Total liabilities $1,687,134.05 Capital 1,000,000.00 Surplus 456,394.50 Total $3,143,528.55 Greatest amount in any one risk $ 60,000.00 Greatest amount allowed by rules of the company to be insured In any one city. town or village $ 150,000.00 Greatest amount allowed to he insured in any one blot k $ 75.000.00 State of Indiana, Office of Commissioner of Insurance. be undersigned, commissioner of i'.s’un nee of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the state ment of the condition of the above men tioned company on the 31st day of De cember. 1921, ns shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement is now on file in this office. 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