NEWS of CHURCHES
Important Religious Activities Are Noted in
the Daily Times.
Police Discover Two
Complete Stills in
Garage Man Taken for
Liquor Found in
Seven alleged blind tiger cperators
■were due to fare Judge Delbert O. W il
tnetb today in city dourt. Judge VV il
meth Sued eight violators of the prohi
bition law yesterday. A six-day sentence
was appended in one case.
Harry Hr aican. 1 "JO North Illinois
street, nho is scheduled t*. appear in
city court today, was arrest, and after
police- had found at his house two of
the most complete and finish'd stills
ever taken in a raid. Each was of
sixty-gallon capacity. Two oil stoves,
fifteen gallons of white mule and a
large quantity of mash were confiscated.
Breaman was released on a SOOO bond
signed by Harry Hasplel.
Abram Wlldophy. proprietor of a ga
trge at 9-1 Union street, was arrested on
a blind tiger charge following the taking
Into custody of Nathan Tumbler, against
whom a similar charge is pending in city
court. Tumbler was arrested a few days
ago when eight half-pint bottles of white
mule were found in an automobile said
to belong to him. The car was in Wiid
Others arrested on tiger charges are
Joe Samick. 926 Ketcham street : Re
heera O’er. 1201 Nordyke avenue: Wil
Ham H. Moseby and Hattie Cater, negro
and negross. living at fH East Miami
street : Xab Komine. 1321 Blaine street,
and Clifford Kemp, negro. 2163 North >
A copper still of five-gallon capacity
was found at Kemp s home.
The heaviest sentence given at th" last
session of court, in a blind tiger case,
was a and a sixty-day sentence
to the Indiana State Farm. This Judg
dent was passed on Jesse Johnson, 2049
The rest of the defendants each re
ceived a fine of S3O and costs. They were:
Charles Stringer, Broad Ripple; Amanda
Prttiford, negr-ss, 51'. Cincinnati street;
George Young. 1032 North Tuxedo street;
Charles Smith, 232+ Sherman drive, and
PARIS, May 27.—Tb* McOrmick-
w'-fldln? ha.* h-vn (kffrrpfl
again* AUiftter McCormick announced
today that th ceremony had been put
off until September.
Carry on Work in Day
light at Bel
BELFAST, May 27. —Arson *qnnds In
tho war between flnn Feiners and
Protestants carried on their opera! b>'i-
In broad daylight today.
Following a night of terror, during
which the sky was crimsoned by a s.-,,--.:
of Incendiary blazes, the fire bugs today
captured and b lrneil a warehouse and a
A constable and a civilian by the name
of Robert Grainey were shot and killed
this afternoon, bringing total dead f-.r
the week to thirty-three.
Captain Murphy and four special con
stables were wounded in repulsing an at -
tack on the Jonesborough barracks at
DUBLIN, May 27.—A party of armed
men, presumably Irish army mutineers,
killed former Constable Greer and tnor
tally wounded his son at C-M-toliall.
<V-u nty Roscommon, today.
Employe of City Legal Depart
ment Unwilling to Bear
$ 1,000 Lost.
Suit to prevent United State Marsha!
Mark Stonn from enforcing a judgment
of Sl.fWt on forfeiture of bond against
William F. Henry, negro attorney, now
serving as claim agent in the city legal
department, has been filed in Federal
Court by Henry. Judge A. R Anderson
rendered judgment on the bond Feb ft.
Henry was surety for appearance of Monte
Engle. who failed to appear for a out!
mlssioners’ hearing on a liquor charge in
lf*2d. Subsequently Henry hired detec
tives and captured Kngle in Washington,
I>. C. He was brought to Indianapolis
and Judge Anderson sentenced him to six
months in Jail and n tine of S2O \]
though the defendant wr.s returned Henry
was held liable on the bond. He now
seeks to have the judgment set aside and
the marshal restrained from serving an
execution on his property for collection
of the SI,OOO.
Forecast for Indianapolis and vicinity
for the twenty four hours ending 7
p. m.. Sunday. May 28:
Generally fair r- "iaht in-t Sunday; no!
much cnange in teinpernrer
>f Ol RIV temperature
da. m id
7 a tn HI
8 a. in VI
h a. m t;6
lb a. ra 71
Jl g. tn 7!
J 2 inonji) 74
yip. m 76
2 p. m 7H
in Golf Meet
Roland Mellett. one of the numerous
brothers of the Mellett family of top
notch newspapermen and fiction writers,
today received a telegram from Lowell
Mellett. another brother, challenging him
to a game of golf.
Lowell's excuse for the challenge was
the fnet that yesterday in Washington, lie
won the annual tournament of the Wash
ington Newspaper Golf Club, defeating,
among others. Warren G. Harding, th"
well known editor of the Marion (Ohio!
Star. Lowell Mellett is editor of the
READY TO LAY
Ceremony Takes Place
v at 2 O’clock This
Preparations were complete this morn
ing for the ceremonies to be held at 2
o clock attendant to the laying of the
corner stone of the Indianapolis Athletic
Club building at the southwest corner of
Meridian and Venn on*, streets.
Indications were that thousands of per
witness the event. Work of
er,-. tiog the platform for speakers and
special guest;- was completed late Fri
day. Henry F. I'ampbeU, president of
the club, said he had hoard from the
pr+.ddentx of many Indianapolis civic
at;4 business nu n's organizations saying
that their clubs would be present at the
The is r-monies wore set . dub-d to s'art
promptly at 2 o'cln.-k with Ir. Carletnii
B MeCullo -h presiding. The opening
feature .f 'he program was to be a fig
raising under the nnspi-es ■ f the Am-r
---:".tn flub and B y S- oi.ts suh military
and marine escort. i'rin.-lpal -kors
will tie Governor W.;rr-n T. Met.‘rav,
SamU'd M. Ralston and Albert .1 L-v
-ridge. Governor Mi'roy xx ill formally
lay the eroner store, using a golden
trowel for that purpose, the gift of the
.UtrtisH Tuh of Indianapolis. Arpian-s,
piloted V>v members of the Acre Club of
Indianapolis- were to :iv over the site of
the iluit building no ring the early part
of the ceremonies.
At ti o'clock this evening the members
of the club will hold a banquet and
jollification in the Riley room at 'he
i U ;_vpool Hot-1 and a large attendance
was expect and. Speakers at tie- banquet
xx 111 include the Rev. William Graham
Ev.ts. ’: of Mnreie. chaeiau pia lecturer
and World W..r veteran; George A.
SohnoidiT of the Cleveland Athletic
Club. Samuel M. Ralston and Alto rt J.
Beveridge. L. C. Huesmann wilt lie the
OUT BY SHANK
City Pay Roll Trimmint?
Necessitates Removal of
Department heads were unbred to
start ,ir ! ng useless city employes and t-i
put no one on the pay roil, unless he is
particularly qualified Dt the pin e by <x
l—rience and trisinli.tr !*y Mayor Shank
in a mttnf'dy cabinet meeting today. The
mayor instructed Chief of polio,. Herman
F. icikhoft to Hint policenieti stop
making so many arrests from which n<>
eon . lotions result. He anic-nneed *'th
day of politics is dotu-. so far as Lew
Shank is mm-,rind "Eve taken care of
nil my friends, both Demo, ratio and Re
publican and from now on let's run the
city on strictly business rub sand prin
During the cabinet meeting the mayor
brought out the fact that he had con
fer r i with Governor Warren T. Mi-Fray
and Thomas A. Itlley of the State imlas
trial board ab....t tiie city cooperating i
with ttie State in the upkeep of the fr--"
employment bureau and announced the
city new is ready to help out.
In firing men the mayor fold tils lieu
tenants to 1., careful not to discharge a
man recommended by a oily ..11 nr-ilnc:n
-.lTiiit the eoi tj.ilin.tii has been , 11,- I 1:1
anti given tut opportunity to '-give tlie
employe a good Jacking up and one more
chance to do letter."
'llie mayor urged tbe police depart
ment to ns- “hors*- sense" in making ar
fowls He said hi thought there wore
too many arrests being mail-* in coin
parts- n with the number of rimvi- tions
obtained and instructed the chief to
figure the actual ratio.
Ununcitmen Lloyd D. Onyoontbe and
Walt r W Wise suggested that public
school Janitors, instead of policemen,
guard street crossings when schools are
dismissed, so as to release the patrol
men for other police duty. 'the mayor
liked the suggestion and directed a
1-tfer lie sent to the hoard of s- hoot
commissioners asking if it cares to have
the idea worked out.
Paid Balance of Fine Assessed
in 1919 (o Gain His
Vnl A'.exiyider, negro Republican pnlitl- j
cal worker, habit te of the pollen station
and professional bondsman, who was |
nominated in the recent primary election
for .1 constable, was released from the
city prison today on the payment of the
balance due on a tine imposed on him in j
city court Sept. 30, IPIP.
Alexander was tin -1 £1 and costs for ■
drunkenness, the total utn-nnting to sit.
He failed to pay the fine, which was
slaved, and, after repeated urging and!
warning. | aid 85 a f-w days ago.
He came to the police station today to
"take care of some of hla friends'* and j
was hiuisclf taken carp of and placed in j
3) uiiiaua sla% QTimra
Wife of Wealthy Slayer
fy '// "' // ’
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What, was the basis for th? blackmail which Walter S. Ward,
millionaire rs Vv. Rochdlo. N. Y., says was attempted against
him? Police authorities and Ward r-■ f*■ ■ to sty. Mrs. Ward
tabove i staunchly supports ber husband, who confessed to slay
ing Clarence Peters, alleged blackmailer.
FINAL WITNESSES IN
CARL MURDER TRIAL
BY XX XI.TER tl. lIICKM.XN.
SHELBY V 11.1.F, M; y -T Tim State,
it the beginning of the session fits
afternoon, beam introducing ire final
xxitnes‘B prior to eon-' u Leg th- dire- '
evidence aga Mrs Clara ' irl. eiiarg- i
with the murder of her husbatgi.
Judg. Moii/.o Blair Instructed e-mns- I
for Mrs. Carl to ■ ' pr-pind to mu-.*
tle-ir opening st,;t< 00-ni nr soou as t lie
Mate rested. it is thought th- defetlSi
will wave this right and not make it.
Indications now are the defense xviil n-t
u**>* as much tuao in pevs-mt tug Ibt
< Vliielu-O :i< the Slat- did.
T - net ion of Judge lliair in re:'".s!ng
to ;. -rai :t t 1 S'!.c - to ml rod - ex i
.i. ric.. e,,;.certiit)g the symptom** exhibited
by it diert ' - - - the first bust. **. ! of
the defendant, prl-r to Ids death today
res'll,<ul pi I- r W aldo C Gtr.g
being prepar.-d n -k- tten.pt
introduce eviih-ne neentlllg o-rflitl
alleged Conduct oil part of Mr-. C r!
xvi ile In < Jr-- r. fi. ' •!.
The State put \. I. Muc.i of Green
field on the stare!, wild testified till:
Ed Glasscock, an attorney of t.-.onfield
had a eonfe-em-e with Mrs. Carl shortly
before Mr- Carl filed divorce pr-ceed
itigs against Frank c Carl Ma > i said
Glasscock came to t!n> Maeey home in
liis autotnohi 1--, aiol --n s -lng Mrs. Cart,
who was ou an interurban car. wave
THAN NEW RATE’
Gas Company Is Hit in Answer
by Public Service
Mismanagement nod not an insufficient
gas rate is responsible f--r failure of t tie
Citizens Gas Company to earn a fair r
turn '-n the h r vatu-- f its property, it
sin-ii r'turn to*- n-U t-.-.n earn-.!, c-e;
tends tic l public service commission in an
answer to the gas cutnpanv/s petition f->r
injunction to pIVWOi! tile ' • Mil! 1 i .-> - 1 1 -11
from enforcing a fKt cent gas rale, tiled in
Federal Court. The court lias temporal'
ily enjoined til" commission and 1 uttn-r
i/.ed the company to colie* t $1.20 for pas
pending final judgment.
As i-i frequent other steps in th- gas
rat" controversy tile commission supu'irts
its argument the gas company was mis
managed witti suiiem-mrs it leuigtit • \
eessivc amoiiirs of coal and gas oil at
high price periods, had expensive itn
I-r.-yemeni s made on its office toiiidin g
a ct in -hr w ays acted Improvident ly.
The cotniuisslon further sets out lig
ur--s to show prospects for Increased
earnings on the '.in eent rate lira bright,
making a high-r rate unnecessary.
SEAT IN COURT
Caught When Two Already
Under Arrest Say He Is
The record price for a spectator's seat
in the city prison was paid by William
Law, 611 North I)*dawarc street, in the
form of a fine of SIOO and costs for
bootlegging. May 20 Law came to the
city prison to attend the trial of Eva
Drown. 01J North Delaware, and Kd
Foster, 624 Hudson street, both of whom
were charged with operating a blind
tiger. Doth of the defendants testified
the liquor belonged to Law and that Fos
ter. a negro, who Is in (lie employ ol
the Itrown woman, was merely carry
ing it away from the premises under
her instructions when tie was arrested
Judge AViltueth assessed a fine of SIOO
and costs against Foster. Officers ar
res. 'd Law before he could leave the
INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1922.
t:or handk-r-h!-? to hhn Glasscock left
in ’ ii: •■t -ihpo h I returned n short
toco .'if:-ro .t--S xxifh Mrs t'arl.
IIOXX N OS tits
lx Vi IPs BL) t)KK HER.
it- rhoir t-'nrn M y slid 1 l:is• ■ k
:•*; * I Mrs Ctrl \v. nt into a r- ■ tn In his
hopj.i and he saw Glnss-oek doxvti "u
IPs k-,0. s iu-f.iro 10-r tind h. +rd him say
tI.H if stie xvonld give him another
•h . to •’ In* won],] “treat h--r uice."
M.te.-y went oil to fuiy tine on another
to Mrs Curl's , H. s.ihl i.o
never had •—n 'my l'm omlnct ou th- 1
1-art of Mrs Carl
tin cr-i.s >• x a tn, twit lort the defense
brought cut that G!a<eo,-k had pre
p.tr—l the dixor. .. - r lntnt fur Mrs
i' o ' ir:d rittemp'-d fi.oxx that any
confi-ri I: ■-s liotwci-u the IXX-I XX-re of
a nature xvlodly.
L ;riles vx-ere pr>-p i I to argue th
Ia xx points ~n the ’afest ,;n . ■..'••d move
of the State in an attempt to throw
in- light upon the alleged motive for
!!:• P-ath I,f Frank Curl.
XUh.c’gh the court had indicated xvhile
ruling op .i t objection of cottnaei to the
defense In permitting the State to in
fr. I'l'-e evidence ■ cnernite the death of
Ali.;./" Carl, th. father of Frank t'arl.
that evidence surrounding The death of
.Continued on I'llge Fourteen.)
Detectives Waiting' for Court
t to Grant Release to Arrest
C hicago Blacks.
Helen Loomis, negr-ss, and Ralph
Loomis, ip gro, both of Chicago, enjoyed
■ lectiiiie.il lilu-ity for about three minutes
today. Tlo-y were released on a habeas
; corpus proceedings by Judge T J. Moll
in Superior Court, Room at
When tin \ returned to .!;i 1 to g--t their
lie.bingltigs the-, wore taken In custody by
defectives mi a charge of conspiracy to
commit a f-dony. They were being held
on a vagrancy charge.
.A writ of tuili-ais corpus was dented
Ethel 11 arris-, nogress, of Chicago. In tin
same court. Sin- is held In connection
wilh tt-e f.oouiises on grand larceny and
It is said by detectives the three
tiegn.-s constitute a gang if thieves.
When the Loomis couple were arrested
in a raid on a bouse in the 200 block on
• West .Atielilgan Street, three large trunks
of expensive mop's and women's clothing
The Harris- woman was arrested when
police found that she had stolen a coat
valued at $35 from a downtown store.
Seven in Hospital as Result
of Motor Car Acci
LANSING, Mich.. May 27.— Seven West
ern State Normal School students are In
the Sparrow Hospital two of them se
riously Injured, and seven others are suf
ferlng from severe bruises as the result
of a collision between tvo light automo
bile trucks li"rn this afternoon. The
fourteen students had come 'rmn Kala
mazoo and were on their way to the
Michigan Agrirulturai College to attend
a track meet when the accident occurred.
Merman Barnes, 518 AVest Twenty-
Eighth street., reported to police today
that his automobile had been stolen from
a parking space at New York and New |
and Gets sl.
Fine for It
Blanche Lamar, 92! South West street,
attempted to bite Dolly Marlowe, S2U j
North East street, after tile latter hud \
caused her to be fitted $1 and cost in city
court on a profanity charge. The tight
occurred in front of police headquarters.
The h'.isbands of the two women. Curtis
Lamar, and Illntm Marlowe, enthusias
tically entered the fray and. as a result, j
the women ware arrested on assault and .
battery charges. Judge Wilmoth fined j
the Marlowe woman $1 and costs for pro- ,
faulty and each of the two men $1 and I
costs, a ttd honors were even.
Employes of Havens
& Geddes Face
Tlire? men are held under charges of
grand larceny pending investigation of
an extensive cooperative system of rob
liing the Havens xV Gedde* t -patty.
Georgia and Meridian streets. All nro
employes of that company. It is alb-g.-d
that pcrs-ns working Ift one department,
xv.;uid ailoxv pillage <.f e-dr do, artnu-n; *
by merub-rs of other departments.
The men under arrest are: Charles F
Johnson, 42, 2-1! Fas: Tenth str* ■< ; Join
t' Murray. 46, Nnfth Delaware
street, and William 11. Stines, f>2, Ai'.i
Rader street. ,
I ’i-arging that he s-..’- iwetopne vrx 1';• ■■ I
• s< +*. xx hieh ob.irig. 1 to th ■ I'urttau
Ic'd bprii.gß C . par: b, xxi.on rt.* xxa +
employed, t i.a-hs i>. Seay, a tireni.'C:. sill
Lord Street, xx.,* arrested by d-f, riv. .
OUT OF JAIL
Ward, Baker’s Son, Is
Released on $50,000
M*XV BURGH. N Y My 27 .tux’ '
So,.ger toiltc. ..r<lere,l rid-as- of W-P.-r S
X\ ard mi tr.H.itn} 1.,t
W tr l ipldi. il to Jits' ■ Seeg.-r f- !
after Justice X . gin White f h • * ;- <
t onlay ref id and to fn- him "u a xx r : of
itai'cas cerp : s
The millionaire son of the “broad king"
is expected to supjdy tin bail xx t h a fexx
He is charged with having killed Ci.tr
cnee Peters, f. rtner aadrr. xvi- .-• body
was found in a lonely s['..t roar the I\. n j
si- o .reservoir.
Ward admits killing Peters, hip said
he did so in n gun fight with a Ida. k
mailer gang, of which Peters xxas a ■ a
FINED $25 AND
COSTS IN COURT
Monte Roberts Was Taken
to Court on Two
.Arrested on a charge of driving a motor !
vehicle while under tli" influence of in- j
ioxlcuting liquor and drunkenness, Mon
te Doberts, 12IP thicker avenue, .was j
fined $25 and costs, by Judge Delbert <*. ;
Wilmoth in city court today. Roberts!
was arrested May 1 1t by Traffic Oftt,-or j
AVachstetter at Washington and Meridian 1
$31,000 TAX IS
Estate of Frank Del! Pays
Largest Sum of
William T. Rasmussen, inheritance tax j
appraiser, levied five assessments amount- j
!ng to $21,201.56 today. They were ap
proved by Judge Mahton E. Dash of Pro
The largest tax assessed was $21,060.60,
which was oil (lie estate of Frank M.
Dell, formerly a coal dealer. His estate
of $740,760.35 was divided equally between
tils willow. May c, Dell and his daughter,
Other estates on which inheritance tax
appraisements were made, follow: Wil
liam T. Wilson of the Indiana Condensed
Milk Company, estate $217,082.65, tax. $3.-
2P0.U4; Ernest M. AVild of Hibbcn, lloll
weg Company, estate $122,0 i!b4s, tax. $2.-
161.48; Daniel \V. Howe, estate, $68,303,
The tax on the estate of Dr. Albert C.
KlmberUn, well known physician who
was killed last year while he was on a
hunting trip, was $3,107.81. His estate
was valued at $133,504.72.
Following the custom of former
years, the stores of the members of
the Merchants Association will be
closed the entire day Tuesday, May
30, Decoration Day.
Attorney General Is
Says He Did Receive
$4,000 in Morse
Special to Indiana Daily Times
and Iddladeiphla Public Ledger.
WASHINGTON. May 2*3—ln defense
of his own veracity. Attorney General
Daugherty, in a letter pr-sented to the
Semit . denies having told Senator Wat
son ... It. liana that he had 'nothing to
do" xvtth the Morse ease.
The Flier XVSIS a.blr.'-.. and to Mr Wg
son. xvi:o authorized Senator I,enroot of
Wisconsin to jin s qit it to the Sonata.
The authorization came by telegram from
Mr Watson, who was still In Indiana.
Mr Daugherty's letter was In reply to
the st:;'. taunts of Mr. Watson during
the ilis 'ussion of the Morse ease by
Senator Caraway of Arkansas on May
2. in xxhi.h the Senator from Indiana
said th- Attorney General had said he
had nothing t*. do with the pardon of
the N> v York shipbuilder.
111; n: + s stCti;m i. n t
TANARUS!) XX VTSOY.
' i remember very well a general dis
eufsb'it xxo had s-.tne time ago regarding
the M rs- I'ase." 'Mr I.::ugh.'rty's letter
said. "1 certainly did not in that dis
.■ussion make the statement to you that
1 lad no contii-etlot with the Morse
cases, cixil and criminal.
My :. >■• t: ■ - xv':h these cases was
veil k'o.xvn thr oigi:..ut the country lie
cause ■ ' :!-e ev'end-d pu v ii.-ity some
y . r < tg ! no'.or denied it nu ! i have
to. !■. q. n> i: now. Nothing
x*.s • ■ bx me or anybody else In
...|,:a ■ .-ii xvita t..e Morse e.lse that
.!! i;..t k xv to t.lc xvii-de world,
v, 'i.o :- r. ti- ctj.-n 'ip-ti any on-."
T c Att-.rt.ey G-ci. ral also stat 1 that
xx hie t:.■ x<• r I' - oivit.g itttjr compensation
from Mu-so p-r-nk;), h- xv a- advanced
• Sl.ihs* xv' , Thomas U. Feb'.er with
..to l ■ xx a. •■ '■. -t-i in the case.
Dot BIS A t KIRNKY
t.t- NDUAI. S VFIt X< ITY.
Sc.at r i axvay s-ized upon the
Daugherty b tier to again tiring into
<i *• n ti..- x-ra-it;. of th- A torn -y
C."!n r.:!. Int er Mr Watson told the
"nt.. he .s,. ,!. . r he "knowingly
II: -- 1 the Xtt .r::ov General
A ' K 1 e - Senator. Mr. < ara
XX ay so l. : It *'.. tiled him that the
to' .1 xv it.. getting M..rse out. of the
pend-'-: ry. xx .tie. it mentioning the
S. .tors name. Mr. Caraway said til
i •: ,t of Mr. Daugherty to tiiis
be: : ■ r in addition to tlte revelations
a( out!unci on Page Fourteen.)
S2OO AND COSTS
IN TIGER CASE
Said Liquor Was for Use in
KcMkhuis Ads, hut Had
Nate Gobi;-.an. Ruckle street, was
hi and. $2. at os's and s—litem t and t>
the State farm f-r sixty days, in city
".- irt r lay ! y Judge Ivlb.wt <>. Wit
tn.eth -n the charge of operating a blind
t;g-r A rai l .at ti: ■ above place on May
2.. . S. igeun.i M t.*e and sxjUa i f-.ttnd
one i, :art . f xv -is y and txv- g.tiions <>f
port V. t ■ f I:: g!: erndc. Goidtuan dated
h- iiad the liq'tor for saieramenta! pnr-
J.---S. s. at evidence showed he hud TK
portutf. and tils., l.r-tight out he had been
convict. 1 In !-v court It; 1921 and was
sentenc'd to s-rvo six mouths on a Fed
eral charge in lids. Goldman was a Gov
ernment xx itticss itt the eases against
G-orgv' !!■ antis, xxenlthy Cincinnati laxv
x r. xvi. i.■ l. v. xT- tiled in Fedora! Court
it. f.licit';.j|| i last week.
Opulent Bootlegger Going North
WILL JO!X UIS WIFE AT LAKE
His Trade Won’t Be Neglected
15V A ItOOTI.KHGEK.
Fm leaving .own tonight.
My car Is tune-1 tip for the trip.
My wife is already up there at the
lake, and for the next lew months the
only wet goods t il handle will be the
nut.-kies 1 pull out of the water.
Cm not b-oving became 1 I have to, but
I'm not staying in Indianapolis over a
hot summer because I don't have to.
Business lias been l-ri-k. especially lately
wilh conventions and preparations for
the Memorial day crowds, but my cus
tomers are pretty well supplied and I’ve
enough j i-'k in my kick to tide me over
When 1 come back in the fall i may
not Jo any bootlegging. The business,
while it is stilt profitable, and. worked
the way I work it, safe from Interference,
Is not what it used to t.e.
It's harder to hold old customers, be
cause there is so much competition and
because so many of my customers have
friends who get max tie a ease of "good
sttiff" they are willing to divide—at cost.
Then, too, the quality of the goods we've
been getting lately is terrible.
Lately 1 have had to fall back on oe
eaftional sales of two or throe and even
sometimes a single bottle, and that's
risky business. I’d rather handle bigger
quantifies. It's l"ss work, less risk and
while I don’t make as much on each
quart when I sell half a ease or a ease. I
get what I do make quicker and the deal
The fellow who has been bringing the
stuff up here for me is taking over my
regular customers, ami he'll do well, be
cause he'll run the business just as I
have b-H-n running it. and unless he gets
greedy and tries to make too much of a
kilting, lie's got a ebam-e to clean up a
fair sized pile.
1 don't know what line of business to
go into. Tending bar under the old
laws and selling In violation of the new
laws, does not particularly qualify 11
guy for any special line of business that's
I sort of hate to give up ‘legging, but
my wife don’t like it. I quit making
trips after the stuff myself on her ac-
A visitor judges a city by the treat
ment received from those with whom
he comes in contact.
Indianapolis has n reputation as a
city xvhere a stranger can trade with
confidence and a child can buy as
safely as a man. This reputation is
Business men coming in contact with
visitoj-s during the Speedway Races
must maintain this reputation. Not
to do so reflects upon qther business
men and the city as a whole.
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU,
G. F. (i LAV IN, Manager.
Business of German
Few Fields Yield to
Monopoly Like Ruhr
BY MILTON RKONN'ER.
BERLIN. May 27.—" Every little pfen
nig added to what you've got makes just
a little bit more," seems to be the favorite
• *Tir'-r *~***lKft' 111 " ttf > x-f Hugo S'Junes.
-.elSlfcaxr "K the uncrowned king of
V&i \ Like some of oar
iC-:.'". -ao-Vx. nxx rt America:t business
mmmp ■.J s#:' men, lie eariy found
***% the formula — convert
| coal into’gas or electric
j power or sot it to
Sjjda&q | pumping water and
y'U will s p have
Uronner. uny of them found
such a fat field as
Stint;.s has discovered.
The far-fame! Ruhr region is peculiar
ly fitted f. r syndi. tiled conin'!.
The i-oal is right there in the Ruhr. It
doesn't have t * bx* hauled for miles be
fore being available, bo coal is cheap. In
the next place the Ruhr valio.v and the
neighboring country is studded with
largo busjN muiiufa during towns in xx h: It
most of the j j.le are workers either in
mines ..r steel ami iron mi’'.s. Con
s*. q tie id 1 y they are highly paix! laborers,
Continued on Page Fourteen.)
Second Disaster in Forty-
Eight Hours Wounds
LONDON. May 27.—The second great
munitions explosion In Austria within
forty eight hoars was reported today.
Four persons were klllexl and more
than fortx were wounded in the soex>nx!
disaster, xvhicl. was caused by the l.low
lug uji .fa munitions depot at Lerchen
feld. On Thursday a score were killed
and hundreds injured in thx* explosion of
a dynamite factory at Blumau.
Horses and Cows Die
in $20,000 Fire
Two horses and several cows were
burned t<> death, n barn and a quantity
of hay were destroyed when lightning
struck and tired the barn of Martin
Hand, a farmer, near x’astleton. The
loss was about $20,000.
count some time ago. She worried when
[ was away over night. So I have just
been taking care of the trade in town. ’
Now tin-re's good features about boot
legging. It means good money, easy
money, and all my deals are for cash.
Most of them are for cash in advance. I
don’t know any other business that 1 can
go tilt-- where tin- tn vestment is as small,
the r. turns as large and with no credit
but lin leaving town tonight. I'll not
vvorr.v about business for a while. And
I'll not handle any whisky or gin. I
don't drink the stuff. T only sell it.
Wha’ D’y Sec?
G. E. D. saw a woman motoring
with a bull dog beside her. The dog
was wearing auto goggles.
H. M. saw a man refuse to pay his
far**, saw the taxi driver hit the man
In the nose and turn him over to two
E. R. AA . saw a traffic policeman's
wife catch him taking down the a-1
dress afljl phone number of a llapper
driving a- shorty car.
F. R. M. saw a bum trying to beg
a dime from a matt w::o was deaf.
Because the bum's business was con
fidential and Re didn't want to shout
aloud his need for a dime,- the bum
turned away aud walked ou dis
A. 11. T. smc tv.,, tinppers walking
along Illinois street wiih patent
leatlmr hoots like Russian dancers
wear and everybody was turning to
look at them.
WHAT DID YOU SEE?
Tell It on n post card or In n letter to
the Wha’ D’y See Editor of the Times.
TWO CENTS PEE COPT v
Civic Clubs Say Two
Races Should Be
RESULT OF STUDY
Blacks Subject to
‘White Plague, Is
Segregation of negro and white chil*
dren in the public schools is advocated
I In resolutions on the records of the In
j dianapoiis ,Federation of Community
I'Civic flubs today. The resolution wfts
! adopted on recommendation of Georga
j W. Beatnau, -Go North Capitol avenue
• and C. H. Bird, 415 West Twenty-Ninth
j street, members of a committee which
| studied the question for three months.
! The federation takes the stand in the
t resolutions that blacks should be
| separated from whites in the schools be
j cause blacks are for more susceptible to
tuberculosis. It is further recommended
that city, county and State health
authorities provide better facilities for
care of negroes afflicted with the white
But slight opposition to the segrega
tion idea was offered in the meeting of
the federation at the Chamber of Com
merce last evening, when the resolutions
werp ftdpptod. although there was con
! si—f-.b!— discussion of the wording of
: the document and two amendments, pro
; posed by John F. White, secretary, were
j accepted t-y Mr. Beaman.
The resolutions are as follows:
"Whereas, after making a complete
survey of the various sections of the city
and noting the many demands for new
buildings oud extensions of buildings al
ready et < *O.l. we, the committee, are of
the opinion that the present board of
school commissioners is doing everything
within its power to meet the many de
mands. but owing to the limited funds
at hand an 1 tlie- ■’ utinuous increasing at
tendance it impossible to meet all
demands tit tiiis time.
“Wh.T> as, wo find one of the most
Important features of the city school
system, on.* that is of vital interest to
parents i.-ih . f white and colored chil
dren, is that of providing school facilities
tt.at will adequately care for these chil
dren on a fair, clean and self-respecting
"Whereas, according to statistics given
out by a committee of colored citizens
recently show that the colored people
constitute about one-tenth of the
population of the city and that the hoard
of health statistics show that about one
fourth of tit., deaths in this city are
among the colored people.
"Whereas, f. r ti:.- Marion County
Tuberculosis Society has emphasized the
care of incurable consum*. fives among
the colored papulation a the greatest
(( ontinued on I’ajt Fourteen.)
Negro Crimes in Texas
AA-.ACO. Texas, May 27—The toll of
.May lynehings in Texas mounted to ten
when J-i.se Thomas, negro, was shot
: to death and the body burned here.
1 State rangers called to protect an
* other negro li- ld In connection with the
killing of J. Carroll Bolton and the as-
I fault of Mrs. Maggie Hays, arrived a
few hours too late last night to pre
, vfnt the action of the mob.
“Just say that Sam Harris killed that
negro,” was the comment of the father
of the girl, as he shot him to death
: outside the door of his home,
j This is the tenth Texas lynching dur
ing the month of May. In eight cases
the criiii" alleged had been the assault
; or attempted assault of a white woman.
I DEFENDANT IN
j TWO NEW SUITS
Lewis E. Roberts -Alleges Neg
lect by State Board for
Asa step toward compelling the State
board the registration of professional en
gineers an l land surveyors to give proper
attention to applicants for registration,
; another suit asking a mandate forcing
i the board to act on an application be
! granted was filed today lit Superior Court.
The second suit was filed by Lewis
j E. Roberts who alleges the State board
| has arbitrarily and illegally neglected
| ami refused to either accept or reject aa
' application for registration which ho
I made time age. Mr. Roberts is a
i practicing professional engineer and
j avers if the board refuses to act on his
application, his practice and business avIU
I be ruined.
Mr. Roberts seeks to be registered
i under the '‘grandfather" clause of the
' registration aet. This section provides
j that anyone who was a practicing en
| gineer at the time of the law became effec
tive is eligible to registration withoMt ex
HEALTH TRIP COSTLY.
Joseph Ranh, Board of Trade Building,
reported today this Ids automobile was
stolen last night while he was visiting
Hie Indiana Health Exposition at the
WASHINGTON'.. May. 27. The
Senate today passed a bill creating
the post of second assistant secretary
of labor In the Department of Labor.
The position carries a salary of $5,000
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