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Mon.iav. October 22. 1917.
O ELL-AM Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Oncpackage proves it 25c at all druggists. HOW GARY STANDS ON DRAFT DU0TA!"r,x (loving tublo explain th nunibvr -f Credits and Debits of Men Receievd by Exemption Boards. Gary exemption boards hsvs received! communications from the state con- j scriptlon agent at Iiid.aiiaie.is glvnuj; t.ae official figures of the ii.cn thai l.;.o! been sent to Camp Taylor from thlj ! city in order to ostnMijh. credits ' lor 1 each board. This la hf.n done in orb r to establish .iu-n how iru.ry more n:cn will be required to till cut tha quota. I A total of 3.'' re. ruiu havo now been sent to ca:rn T; $. from Onry. leaving 13S men to be cl.oen from the next quota. Members of the throe boards have been, asked to reject nil ihoe of foreign birth, c-p. dally th-r-e v.ho are Hoard No. 2. unable to talk the Ilngltsh language or j Board No. 3 f.cse not home citUens cf the United j States. Zack of English a Bother. This action Is being taken because- of t.ie fact that so many of 'ho men from this city who are low at camp are i.n- i b to urderstnnd the instructions plv- I ea them la their training by military ' r 4. " IX V ; . .. .,l-,i.ii,.i.iiii m . f .. mm ' - II " I I " "" iJf yr.-w i f .i.i. i I, I, , i i j. --i-1 -nil HI ill IL ,!! imm ... -.-uwui .n,. ,..,,r , , , . . 1 U I W. , f ; ....,.. . . u.,.. .4 rr-r .. ;,. ...., , r t--;' w ry- u-,- .j .r , j , fs,... - ,- . : .V f f? ' ?"I - ' 1 'f- ;Y;7'' J"-'-. H !i , - ' v - " r k -""'' - " , J" ' - . , i '"Jy iT.tl .-'.vit.v.ai . .,. '.'-.J,:.. ..i'rC?iar,gViril-1--T- - '-- "-'rl'i' - " - It i ' ! 'r -4-v' t . , '-'v- !i 7-v.;-" ' 4 -kiiiiliy cu.M(Lil 1 &l v y 1 ' i'L k ,,, - ? ff a! "V4 I 7- w sfjj? lit f' '?!' v T."1 t ' .'' Af etL1:-!- f i ;, r . , - xJy: ,4 . '.sa F&v, ;v ' - ; v w I ! v v ttt work of aar I mi-Mmjk -soldiers asid sailors i J, .' sSlM?;Jjii7 faaeds are tied. Only i 'tfiiSllfir ' cara, looser r the cords and twnrag abowt i Is -BSip ;Sff - . quick and vactomioMS :WlW:Mi?k en4 to the wsr. Dg j I fe. '--' : youi wash t help, I t I w s- . x . x. r WmmMr win i authorities. They can and also have : given the military authorities a lot of extra work and trouble by using the I legal rights of exemption, that they are j not citizens of tho United States. In tin future the. local boards v III reject all aliens. f Tho local boards feel Quit proud mil have been compllm.-nte 1 cu the f.iot that only tv o men have been pent liable ! fmm Camp Taylor on aeectint cf phjfu j cat defects. John A. Hrcr.imn of ll.-ard j Xo. 1. -'. O. Holmes of Board No. 2 l ' J.. Morris of IinarJ No. 3 are at v res ist t'u.-'y semlitig out cards for r tui'ii sent out i rotn each board unc number lint will go In the next ! intent of 25 per cent. Xlvd er Cent Quota, f'.eju'rc J , Board No. 1 ? Board No. 2 5 the C.'i.- Beard No. 3 I1 Torty Per Csat Quota. Board No. 1 f s Board No. 2 : Board No. " M Treaty Per C:at Quota. Hoard No. 1 35 Board No. 2 i Board Nr. 30 Total. ."1 I Board No. Board Nr. Board No. 1. 1 "3 9 1 1 'H ;,,. 42 ! f. 3 ; 43 ! f I PS Quota. Gone. 171 151 Hi g ; 113 104 Bsrd No. 1 Whitaker Boys Making Good in Lake County j Pays thfl Kenejelaer I ivert. oncan: ' Ihrl',..t-.r,Mhtr3' Hcnr- Carles anl tf- Mlaner. win w.r. ... ' ' -VW -4- V t a 4i4ij- 2 4 J SPIRITED YOUTHS OF RUSSIA HURRY f r i f -'' ,( v 4 1 ' c t x i $ i M - 4C . ! It !p i Si ; i ( 4". , ,. ,' , c 'i i - - - t, 44-"- " -i 9,-y' -' -"4. -ii ? t,wV.-; .,v,c:,i V V-H,, , rJ. i nr'AH -A i . , , - - s. . . v- - ; ; --p-- v-w-v--- .., .. - - ... . ... . a, i l4 - h , ' : . kl r -T , ; . - . - 2,-1 Li.. , ' . tV-r.s ' V V , r , " li t "4 1.- 4 .k -e -VOUT1J? nien of Russia are not all willing to ee the nation's fighting- epirit decay. Many Roaslan youths jn their tcns aro volunteorinp for service in eoma of the heroic battalions that have come to be krtrwn as the "I-eiocns of Hoath." These boys ere for the most part of the sturdiest pcHsar.t stock anJ make g-allant uidi6r8. The German prisoners have auid "they light like young devils." j this county, I tial e!t!zrii are among the etibjitan cf h.ik" count. Henry tw.i terms a xhciff of that cad le nn- a man of coiiiider ieer.f. e'Jia-.lcs al."o lins pr'p- r, r- 1 1., -,.,1.,.. .,-., LhrifT o'f ll coun-v. hL : . .. THE TIMES Vounj; Kinifcians o!iintepring at a recruiting hendquartrs. company of Llast -"litcago, e. firm that is making war munltlor.9. I.. B. Whitaker vrnB In P.ennselaer today, having returned here f'T his automo bile, which he was forced to leave liere a few days ago for repair. He Mas ben on the road fr.r his company for jiome time trying to secure rr.e- TO VOLUNTEER . r 4 V hl44W i. Ift' 'Jia V fil i.41 chanlcs and l. offering wages for them." very libtral Ser.d THE TIMES to your soldier boy. Let him see how we left behind are backing him up. w vou wish Or1 f ighters,ln the bayonet 7-r XL. -'A.' V ".' . 1 URIJIK ..f TTTT : . - - -- - - - s of war? wish to ' clothe and feed e bovs in blue and khaki to furnish their cots, their hospita the fortifications defend This Space Donated by THE TIMES. POLITICS MAKE T CHILDREN R1QT Attack Gotham "Gary Sys tem" Schools; Fight Police. NEW TOroC. Oct. 20. ' St-eclal) TolltlcB rniiile rioters out of thousands of New York school children. Th'j Gary (Ind.) system, introduced in New Tork public schools itiv Mayi-r illteheli. n-as th ostenMib: cause of tho riots and nbotags, but baeji cf t;,!s tho real cause loomed up th bn'tle for the offl'-e of inar.,r betcven Mitchell end John Hjlan, tho IVmocratic cao dldatt. Jlylan has made the. Ptry sye teni 0 political issue. Spurred on by hysterical parents, near ly 4 000 children took part In violent derr.c nptraiions aga!nt six Buhools fn the Bronx today. Tha police vcre et tacked repeatedly with 6t,luVs. stoncf, milk bottles, and even garbare can.",. The fl glits lasted from S:':0 o'clo. ',1 un til the afternoon. A number of ihiMren and ono man were arrested. Planned by Parents It irns learned from vltne5ses that the revolt of the children waa desiled upon last night at a street ccrn-r meet ing In -which children nd their parents took part. After the meeting hundreds cf boys went to public s bools Xos. 50 and 54 and broke windows -with, stones. About 3.000 cf the pupils cf these two schools vrere truants this morning and to d&ck ttie effect to wield and man the o you which them? Pace Three ASK FOR and GET Hriicicp The Orijfhial s Substitutes Cost YOU Sama Price, practically nil of them took part in thn riots. They vinlte.d four other "Gary system schools" In tho Bronx and tri t to stop the sessions, demanding that tho rupll come out and Join tho strike. Great crowds of men and women cheer ed and sometimes directed th children hi their work of sabotage, etorm School Doors At the noon hour when the pellet thought they hud the situation under control, a big band of schoolboys march ed egainst public schcol No. 15, which bud been immune, and enlisted msJiy cf tho pupils They tried to storra the doors and get mere recruits, but vrrri repulsed by th police. The boys raided many shops !a tb afternoon, conf seating window cards e,d 'ocatlng Mayor Mitchell's re-electlo-.i. On the backs of these anti-Gary ystrm legends were rrlntad by the boys. The only adult arrested said he wee John Finn. He was making e. speech to a crowd of children near public school No. 10, urrlng them to rtrik. InrptrM by him, a number of boys were throw in ; brlclt at the sc-heol window i. On the Leve" A rntal ball raoviajr In a curve4 glass tube fJ'ed tvlth a HqcM fiasheen lnvrntofl in EngTariil to enattfe an avi ator to fpc fit a plance the deir.tioa of his airplane from the horizontal. Enlist In The Woman's Army By Ccr.servintf Foods. ' s: