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Vote for Mayor Smalley Who Is INOT the Candidate of Any Railroad or Corporation Lawyers
ARE YOU KEEPING WHEATLESS MEATLESS DAYS FOR THE WAR? FAIR WEATHER VOL XII., M). Uti. Delivered ty TIMES carriers, 30o joi month; on street nd at newsstands, So HAMMOND, INDIANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, .1917. per copy; back numbers 3c per copy. com -1 JL Li CliJ - - nn n mniTV MIPUT nc war news in SHOCKSTi buck h WHOLE LAND IP Names of Dead and-Wounde.il and Imprisoned are Given ; Out by Official Cen sor Today. '4 By I nlted Pre". WASHINGTON, Nov. 5. The first American casuality list grow ing out of an actual clash Ibetween American and German soldiers came back to the homes and hearts of this country today. This list carried the names of three killed, five wounded and 12 captured or missing. The war department gave out the "honor roll" of those who died, were wounded and are, missing as a result of a sadden thrust Into an American training- salient by tiie Germans on Nov. ?.. TOE rF!At. Private Thomas K. Knrljrht, Pittsburg, Pa. Private James fi. Oresham, mother, Mrs. Alice Podge. 1001 West Ohio street, Evansville, Ind. Private. Merle D. Hay, Olidden. Iowa. tiie woinF.n. Private John J. rnlth. brother, F. D. Smith, Ludington, Mich. Private John J. Hopkins, Stanton, Texas, Private Geonre I.. Boi, Altus. Okla. Private Homer Given!,, Cloverdale, Ala. Private Charles I.. Orr. Lyons, Kan. ( APllREH OK MKSIXi. Serjeant Edgar M. IIal burton, Stoney Print. X. C. Corporal Mcholus I.. Mulhnll, Jersey City, N. J. Corporal Edwin II. Haines. Woodward, Okia. Private Herebel Godfrey, father, Wil liam C. Overst. 7"3 North Kidgeway avenue, Chicago. Private Vernon Kendal'. Roll. Okla, Trlvate William 1'. Oriby, Louisville, Ky. Private Frank K. McDougal, Merri- ville, Miss. Private Daniel Gallagher, Blockton. Ala. Private John P. Lester, Tutwater. Miss. Private Harry l.annhman, mother Ada R. Iinprhman, 460 Oakw-oorl boule vard (.'hirago. Private Hewey Kern, Collins, Iowa. Private Krrfcon, cannot be identified. Immediately after the official an nouncement v as made a thrill went through tho who!.; country. Anxious relatives besieged the war department for the names "f those ngt. Thg news broucht to America its first distinct ap preciation that her part -in the preat world'.'' M niggle is no to be a bloodless rme--that the oablf are certain to br.nsj m'To and mre frequently the mesasce that American .soldiers have dd !n bitter tlehthiE'. With tiie wnril of raptured Sammies on the Kronch front, the R(d Cross ini mediat!y hastened efforts for rtishinsr food and other supplies to the Ameri can prisoners through a committee just established in Heme, Switzerland. Atta.k.ng before daylight under pro tection of a heavy barrage fire which cut the American salient off from the rest of the line, the Germans appar ently completed their operations before reinforcements ouM reach them. No word in rr!hitiK's statement in dicates the e-vtent of the Americans' part in the fishting-. That a "wound, d Oerican" w as tak. n rri. -!i"r. however, shows that a fiijht was put up before the American? yielded. The principal point, ?,iy war depart ment officials, is that all Germany now knows Americans are in front line trenches a fact that Germany lias been tryintr to keep secret. The Ger man attitude is indicated by her suc cinct statement that "North Americans" were pi i.Ji.uO' r. not specifying that -hey were the first captured of Perch in s's men nil put EDTTBR IS SHOT iSpe. i-il to The Timi:?.) ijKhUN I'OIXT. IXI... Nov. ." - Fred T. Wheeler of the Lake County Star was accidentally sh n on Sunday iifUi nci n when i-'-tt.rn'na: from a hunting trip with f nend. He ums seated in a mi a pm and carrying the tun on his shoulder when,- a jolt accidentally dis charge,! th- nun inflicting a very pain ful and po.'-sibly dangerous wound in his shoulder. The flesh was toin away by the impact of the bullet. He was brought to his home in this city and medical aid summone.1 ani it is hop- ed thing -serious will result. One man was killed, his wife.! daughter an,! a friend barely escaped! death yesterday afternoon n-ar ItUi , "as wiifn a party ot three i.nry men driving an Apperson car fw:in? i:iuj.ty lino rue rU'Uuarvi-i':ivinn :na- mine ine were an.inj ami overturn- mg u. it 13 saui the i.ary mpn nau been drinking, Henry II. Sehuake, 91"9 South Chi- ratio avenue, couui v :iicaro. is i r. dead nan's nanif. His friend. G. E. t!,lh'mnn an. S,,t. 0 irif nn.l " -." daughter were onlv sl-.ghtlv indred. ' J. D. Floyd. (.22 Maryland street. Gary, drove the Apporson. Ous Graf. 404 Jefferson street, and Harry Wilson. 5 ft 2 Pennsylvania, st reet. were with i'loyd. All escaped injury. The accident occurred nt about four o'clock. S. huake died also instantly from'a badly fracture ! skull. I.eputy Coroner Green will Jiolj th inquest Friday. FIVE KILLED WHEN jHITS Mil Man, Wife, Mother and Two Children Dead; 3 Dying in Indiana Accident. WTAVaTTE, INr1.. Nov. 5. Fiv were, killed and three injured when their auto was struck by a traction 1 ne car here yesterday m irning. The dead are Hugh Ellis, his wife. Eliza Ellis, their two children. Maxine. eipht. and Edith, six, ail of Frankfort, and Ellis' mother Mrs. W. ':. Ellis of Ia fay etto. Accord inp to the motorman the auto driven by Elli? racd beside the trac tion car for more than a mile, then swing to a crossroad directly in front of tiie car. Three Ell's children, Mary and Ruth, three, twins, and Evelyn, a year old, are expected to d:e. DEAD FROM AUTOMOBILE CRASH From injuries which he receives when Iiis nuto was struck by a Mich. gan Central train at the. Grant street crossmp in Toi'ieston. Saturday niorr lnp. William Mockitis. 1353 West 10th avenue, died at the Gary General hes pital. Funeral arrangements have not been made. The accident occurred shortly after P o'clock.- The Ford M'ekitis was tfriv incr was wrecked and parts of it were scattered along- the right of way for several hundieij feet. When the train was brought t-3 a stop the man's body was found lodsrej in front of the en title. VON MACKENSEN CONTINUES DRIVE mv i:n. 1.. ki ia.i LONDON, Nov. ." 'General Von Mafiiensen lias successfully returned his great drive into Italy, aeccrdins; to Home and Rerlin statements. 'has crossed the Ta si i a me n to north of Pizamo, taken 6.0"0 prisoners 1 accord ing to the I'.erlin versionl. and in the belief of military cxpeilts here is begin- ! ning his pretenti tempting to flank operation of fit-; the Italians on the tight or east bank of the waterway. The German success of today is the first move in what had been expected all along by the Italian strategists. The right wing cf the Gorman invading army early in the great war attainfd greater momentum than the other sec tions of the front and was in position to strike on the flanking plan. TO PROHIBIT CERTAIN IMPORTS WASHINGTON. Nov. ".. Prohibition of certain imports in order to stem further the outflow of American gold Is imminent. President Wilson, it is j understood, will shortly issue a pro.;- ian.ation prohibiting certain imports and curtailing others. A desire to ke, p g. ld 111 the T'nit' d States and concentrate on inditpensiVle Commerce! is the purpose. j ; Tl'PT'T'TCST.T TPOOPtJ OXXX X XOXl XXWKJJr O WELCOMED BY ITALY United I'rcs nhlesrnm. Ri .ME. Nov. Pritisli troops hurry-! ing to the Italian front to heir. General Cadornn received a tremendous ova - tioii from the populace, according to dispatches received here. Help Your Country By Buying a Doing Its Bit Your Support Is Al Liberty B-nd! ways Welcome. ssi ni n nmin i : ii.uii mm i t mimii in unim iputc IILHUUUIHU AGCIOENTi mim!.,d by the p,.lritlK headlights of ,0 ,,thcr approaching machine,,. Frank p,.cur(iv. (;;; 3 Cngt, Saturday Parncii avenue, Chi - evening', failed to see j ,-s I . i J " i rt ri Freeh, ip. 407 Elm street,; ; I r., .u mo.l. crossing Costlin street, and i a oidentaly struck her, fracturing her 'skull ii immediately rushed his victim to St. Margaret's honnit.il then en ve him. ; s. 1 f up at police .. adouart-rs where I after tiuikintr a satisfactory explanation I wa re.c f.s.-d pendine tiie o-jtcome of Mi-s. Freeperg's condition. HflfJG OUT FLAGS 'Ml Some Dastard Cut Ropes to Pole 011 Central School Grounds. The Ifimmond board of education bepan today r'.-plactnK the weather torn flaps.and facts leaked out which revel insults to the flag-, which should be pun ished. It is stated that unknown parlies have made it their business to cut 1he ropes on the flasr poUs under cover of darkness and rendered it impossible to remove the flags without climbing: the poles. The board bind some difficulty in setting a man to rhmb the poles during the riod of delay for the fiags were tern and tattered by tiie wind. A beautiful new flan is flying over the Central school grounds today. Pupils in the schools are. glad for th.y have demonstrated their patriotism by subscribing topi ther with their teach ers for J40.000 worth of liberty bonds. A beautiful new siarry banner also has been raised at the superior court house, which is a great credit to the of ficials. The present coal stringency has sug gested to many business men the wis f'nni of cutting out signs as a means of relieving the country's coal short age. The huge electric sign on the cement plant of the L'niversul Portland Ce ment company at Ruffinston, Ind, familiar for many years to passershy on the Pennsylvania. R and I-ake Shore lines to tl-.e East, was discon tinued November 1st until the end of the. war or for as bmg as a coal shortage exists. The sign is 400 feet ! lotig. 6 feet high and contains fL'.". Tungsten lamps. The electricity oon tsur,e,i every month s produced by ! burning more than fivn tons of cool This coal can be put to much better use under present conditions. FATHER IS PROUD. flly 1 nlted Pre.) GEIDPEN. Ia, Nov. 5 "I am proud of my boy if he has given up his life for his country," I. May, father of Merel D. Hay. 21, one of America's first soldiers to die for his country. fold the X'nlted Tress todav when In. formed that his son had been killed in Frnnce by the Germans. THEY'RE NOT SORRY. Hy I nlted Preas. I COEI.INS, la., Nov. 5. Chins were tilted just a little bit and there was a smile on the face of the sister and mother of Private I.ewey D. Kern, re rn, re- U miss- t s' first y ported among the 'captured or ing" as a result of the Sammies' conflict with the Huns in France. "What! Are we sorry Dewey enlist ed? I should soy not. We are more proud of him than ever. We encour aged hiri to enlist." said his sister to da y. I. W. W.'S ATTACK TROOP TRAIN ,nv "'" PreiO MAKYSVU.I.i:. Cab. Nov. : aimed men alleged to he I -Twenty W. W.'s : attacked a troop train on the Western I paciiie railroad, took two coaches from h, p ai1' wpr on' beaten orr i.v ! rh soldiers using elibs after a stub- '"'in nht- The attackers fled to the ! ,;il's nd todav posses are on their !rra'' - ar s is known, none of the Ury takers. Fifteen to ten. ten t seven If You Think THE TIMES Is BUFFIM DOWN A Peek Through the Periscope At the Hammond Political Situation ARTICLE NO. 12. PARTING SHOTS. The city of Hammond is now litigating two cases against corporations. One is an appeal to the public service commission for the double tracking of Calumet avenue and for better service. The other is an action to force the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad to remove its tracks from Kenwood avenue. Fred Crumpacker is a member of the law firm representing the first defendj ant; L. L. Bomberger is in the law firm representing the other. And these are the two principal speakers for the citizens' party in Hammond. Don't forget in the midst of all of the excitement of the close of the carr paign the GREAT OUTSTANDING FACT THAT BROWN STANDS FOR INCOMPETENCY, WHILE SMALLEY STANDS FOR EFFICIENCY. Smalley i J stands for broad experience in office, Brown for inexperience. i DON'T FORGET OTTO DUELKE. You no into his office and it is run ijke a bank. You ask for a statement I in a minute that he has his office thoroughly systematized. THAT'S WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT SERVICE. You can't turn down a real servant of the people, a man like Otto Duelke, who has delivered the goods. LOOK OUT FOR ROORBACKS. When a political party becomes des- I perate, especially when it is composed misguided creature is likely to circulate scandalous attacks that there is no chance to answer. This has been done in Hammond by the element that has tried vainly to raise the religious issue in past elections. Watch out for them this time. "WHY DID YOU LEAVE THE CITIZENS' PARTY?'' has been shouted from the housetops. So many of the original sponsors have left the party that there is little wonder the crv is former chairman of the citizens' organization, now working for Smalley. Joe Conroy has made two flops. We are holding our breath to see what he will do next. Then there is Willis R. Ford, Dave Boone and scores of others. The idea of a non-partisan ticket in politics is all right. Most of us wer for that idea. But when the ticket was nominated and the radical, nonde script element took hold of things; when we had so little to expect in the way of improvement from Brown, Reilley. Klotz, et al., OUR BETTER JUDG MENT POINTED UNQUESTIONABLY TO THE SMALLEY TICKET. BUT LAWYERS NEVER DO THAT. A lawyer will take a case in tht face of a confession of guilt and quantities of incriminating evidence, stick doggedly to the attempt to set up the innocence of his client. A lawyer will take a case for a corporation and arque against the interests of his own com- i munity, against the interests of himself and family. A LAWYER HAS GOT i TO HAVE AN ADJUSTABLE CONSCIENCE because he does most cf his tanking Tor nine r,o Mu - i... .- . ,iirr- m..r sn hie hram rn.i rnarnea no muc n per whirl. ALL LAWYERS ARE HIRED TO GO OUT AND CRYSTALIZE PU8LIC SENTIMENT ALONG CERTAIN LINES DEMANDED BY THE INTERESTS OF HIS CLIENT. Not all of a lawyer's work is done In the courtroom or in his law library. NO MAN CAN SERVE TWO MASTERS. The time comes in the life of every corporation lawyer when he must choose between WP; client, from whom he gets his living, and THAT GREAT INTANGIBILITY the public, from whom he may only hope its sincere approbation , n 1 1 ?e he sacrifices his business interests for the public good. SOME OF THEM DO CHOOSE TO REPRESENT THE PEOPLE and take a chance on earning a living, BUT THEY ARE FEW. BUT WHEN THE GREAT BIG. DISINTERESTED BUSINESS ELEMENT IN THE COMMUNITY. THE ELEMENT THAT IS UNHAMPERED BY PERSONAL OR BUSINESS CONSIDERATIONS; THE LABORING ELE MENT, WHICH REALLY DECIDES ELECTIONS; THE CRAFTSMEN m a word the WORKERS OF A COMMUNITY, come out for Sma ley, as the, have done, THERE CAN BE NO UNCERTAINTY OF THE RESULT. This is the last of the "PERISCOPE" articles. The writer of them desires to thank the readers of this column for their attention. He only regrets th-. he S is now too short to stage that much talked of join t debate in the r-h,K-r f Commerce the courthouse, or in a vacant lot. ANYWHERE BUT SI l A ? '"acS hOUSE OF THE PARTISANS OF THE OPPOSITE CAUSE. IP THERE IS ANYTHING THESE ARTICLES HAVE DEVELOFED IT u.J Jpn THE FACT THAT A LARGE ELEMENT OF THE POPULA T,oi HAS BEE I EARNESTLY TRYING TO GET A FAIR, UNBIASED Tl?MtN? OF THE ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN. THEY ARE HON 115 STRIVING TO LEARN WHAT COURSE IT WOULD BE BEST TO PURSUE Tn THE INTERESTS OF MAKING HAMMOND A BIGGER, BET TER AND MORE PROGR ESSI VEjCITY. "MUNICIPAL LEAGUE" Wall Street Voters' League Makes Fight on Labor Candidates. Said to hsve been financed by Wall street money, the, "Municipal Voters' Eeague of (Vary." an anonymous or ganisation, yesterday and today flood ed Gary with circulars attacking all candidates who are members of union labor or who have, been friendly to union labor. It is significant that the attack on the labor candidates comes at a time when stronger .measures than ever are said to be employed to keep workmen in the Gary mills from or ganizing. HIT? IABOR MEN. The "league." none of whose Wail street hirelings 1"" courage to .ign their name tc the report, attacks Mavor Johnson, the Independent candi date for mayor, as well as a candidate on another ticket who has a card in a railway brotherhood. It also urges voters to vote for Ihe ciijht Steel Trust superintendents ruining for council nn the Hodges ticker, and discriminates . , , CvTinnnqlil a member of again si lie im. the Brotherhood of locomotive Engi- eers and Independent candidate tor I alderman in the second ward. Instead of Pyzmanski and righe, voters are urged to support :wo Steel Trust su perintendents. As a certain superintendents in the mills are reported to have told work men. "If you can t vote for Hodges, then vote for Curtis, but don't vote for Mayor Johnson." :o acts the league. It asks voters to vote either for Hodges or Curtis lor mayor. Mr. Cur tis for several yea's has been a mem ber of the law firm whose partners act ns attorneys for the Steel Trust. And as for Mr. Hedges, two-thirds of his aldermanic ticket are made up of Steel Trust superintendents. MAYOR MITCHEL PREDICTS ELECTION (By I nlted Press. NEW YORK. Nov. 5. Morris Hill quit, anti-war Socialist candidate for and vou net one at once. You can see cf large numbers cf radicals, some raised. There is James K. Stinsoi- " " mayor of New York, this afternoon claimed he would poll at least 2:0V""1 votes in tomorrow's election. The esti mate is supposed to be ' e.sed on a sys tematic canvass. MRJr Mitchel estimated he would tie elected by a margin of 3"',000 to r,n nnn. Latest "Bulletins (I'nlted Preaa nhlrg rnm.) PRI, nr, B. Intermittent artll lerylnir In I pner Alsncr was reported In toan; official ntntement. A Ger man raid iret of toney forel wit repnlseil. Several of the enemy "err raptnreil. (I'nlted Press ( nhlrKrnm.) . SN FRV( IMO, Nov. The In ernl mediation commission which Is seeking n settlement of Ihc threat ened I'awlflc i-onsl Irlcnhone strike has the power to force n settlement and Intends to use it If necessary. It wn believed here (00117. Werner 7.. Itced. representing he ronimissfon, declared: "The commission has full iwtr to enforce a settle ment. WALL ST. PUHS TO Plans of Wall street's political agenas working to elect. W. F. Hodges, by ar resting workmen known to he for Mayor Johnson were revealed today. It is said that one jus'ice of the peace issued a batch of blank warrants to a group of sp'Cial constables, and these are to be served on workmen. Used Against S. R. Man. It is said that the plans call for an early attempt to arrest scores of switch men, trainmen, firemen and locomotive engineers as they are known to be for Johnson. T iVinUUlM I I - T MR. VOTER Before yoa vote tomorrow ask yourself why L. L. Bomberger, attorney for the U. S. Steel trust, attorney for many railroads, at torney for many corporations, is working so hard and so desper ately to elect Dan Brown? Remember that Brown is an unknown quantity. Remember that Bomberger is the man behind the throne. Will you vote for Smalley or Bomberger? Mayor John P. Smalley will be re elected tomorroy by an overwhelming majority, accord in. to conuident in siders. Eleventh hour indications point con servatively that the present executive will be returned to office by at least a 3 200 vote margin. Democratic leaders expect a clean sweep for all nominees. Will Carry All Districts. In looking over tiie situation care fully democratic chieftains were ei phatic in their statements that Mayor Smalley would carry every ward in the -ity. Attorney John A. Oavitt stated today he expected big majorities in every ward but two and anticipated substantial margins in thise districts. Wards that have been, called republican will go for Sm.Uiey. Inasmuch as the cam paign was not a partisan one the "set tied party wards" dope of the past can ho ditched One ward in particular that ha? "gone" republican for years the Ninth will return a bis majority for Mayor -Smalley, ward adherents declared to day. 8000 Voters. City Clerk William Kolh slated to day he expected at least S.nfirt vctes to be cast tomorrow. I-'our year ago there were 7300 votes cast but on account of the war it is hardly anticipated that the number of voters lies increased to any extent. Bulletins (By United Press.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 5. "There Is an acute short ag-e of labor throughout the country but business is satisfactory and Industrial actvity extremely great," the federal reserve board announced in Its monthly bulletin today. (By TTnited Press Cablegram.) BERLIN, Nov. 5. Six thousand more Italian soldiers were captured when Ger man and Austrian forces succeeded in crossing: the middle Tag-Uamento river, according- to the official statement. Guns were captured. (By United Press Cablegram.) HOME, Nov. 5. Increasing- German. Austrian pressure on the east wing- of the Italian army, now drawn up along the Tagliamento river was announced In today's official statement. "North of Pinzano the enemy suc ceeded in bringing forces to the right bank and intensified its pressure on our north wing," the statement report ed. "The right bank of the Tagllamonto" would appear to be the southerly one Indicating that the Teutons have suc ceeded in crossing the waterway. Satur day's Rome official statement announc ed increasing pressure. (By United Press Cablegram.) i PtTEOGRAD, Nov. 5. Russian troops j are vigorously assuming the offensive I against the Turks. "On the Black Sea i .iae TnfVa wer jklec.terfi frnm their' first line trenches." BT J, W. FIOLES. AMXBJCAN TIEIiU HEASQUART. EM IN TEANCE, Nov. 5. A few 1 Huehn avenue to Sheffield avenue, wounded American officers are in a cer-j s,,uth nn Sheffield avenue to Gostiin tain base hospital today. They are get- ' street, east on Gostlin street to Hoh ting the very test treatment American I man street, south on Hohman street nurses and American surgeons can give 1 to DeLuxe theater. them and extra visitors. j - , One of these visitors today was Mrs. or OAA QUT A T T C T Aiiffmt Belmont of New York. who made a detailed Inspection of two base hospitals. The wounded Sammies with some of the six soldiers were at one of I these. This is the first mention In direct j front dispatches of "wounded Ameri can soldiers." tt Is evident these men were wound ed in the German' raid reported by the war department today to have result, ed in the first actual casualties to Amer ican troops. Mrs. Belmont ha.d a good visit with the American soldiers, chatting with them at their cots and then departed for (censored) to visit a Bed Cross sec tion there. The degelation of American congress, men is expected in the American training aeria today. L Mayor Smalley Will Tell the People of Hammond Facts About His Administration at DeLuxe Theater This Evening. Tonight is "John D. Smaliey" flight in Hammond. Preparations have been made by the Democrats boosting Mayor John 1. Smalley for re-election because he has proven to be efficient as his enviable record shows will spectacularly end the municipal campaign tonight with a parade-demonstration-meeting un precedented in Hammond. The streets of the city will fairly be stormed tonight by hundreds r gayly decorated automobiles packed with enthusiasts of the John P. Smal ley regime. Following the great parade which will be led by two bands and accompanied by firey red torches and uncountable numbers of noise promulgatcrs enough to vie with any European battle front shrill and crash a huge mass meeting of the people will be held at DeLuxe theater prompt ly at S o'clock. It is urged that citi zens get seated early in order to avoid tiie great rush for seats. Prominent citizens interested in the city's welfare will address the mam moth mass meeting. Every public spirited citizen should attempt to hcr what trusted citizens will say in h b.alf of an administration that has put tiie city of Hammond in the. "second-to-nonc" class of Indiana municipali ties. SOI.niKIt A r ODIDVTK. Soldier I.yle McKinney jn his regula tion Cnited States army uniform will address the. people tonight. Soldier McKinney is , the - Democratic nominee for the city judgeship and Is one of the ticket's most popular favorites. I P is a member e-f his company's regi mental staff at Camp Taylor, whit, h honor , was bestowed upon him soon after bis arrival there. He has proven his efficiency on the city court bench and will make an admirable Justice when he is returned from hi country's service, in which he volunteered, leav ing with Hammond's first party for Camp Taylor. M l OR Wll.l, SPEAK. Mayor John P. Smalley will address the voters. It was hinted today that the city's executive will strike the Iron tonight with facts that cannot be denied. City Attorney John A. Gavjt and others will also impart striking information t the people. Hammond is rot a plaything: its financing and life should be deeply considered; the difference between efficiency and doubtfulness should receive every voter's attention every voter that can possibly crowd into DeLuxe theater tonight should do so. The position cf autos at -the start of the parad" will be as follows: First Ward Form in line on Wal thani street, west of Hohman street, facing east. Second Wnrd Form in line on Hoh man street from Webb street south, facing north. Third Ward Form In line on Ruth street, west of Hohman street, facing east. Fourth Ward Form in lin on Mason street, west of Hoh'nan facing east. Fifth Ward Form in line on War ren street, west of Hohman street, facing east. Sixth Ward Form in line on Webb 'd reet, w est of Hohman street, facing CP st. Seventh Ward Form In line on Wal tham street, east of Hohman street, facing west. Eighth. Ninth. Tenth and Eleventh Wards Form in line in Harrison Park, 3'aclng east and south. The parade will then proceed north on Hohman street to Mate street, rest on State street to Calumet avenue, south on Calumet atcnue to Morton avenue; east on Morton ace. rue to Columbia avenue, north on Columbia avenue to Michigan avenue, west on Michigan avenue to Calumet ivenue, north on Calumet avenue f 150th street, cast on 15nth street to Oak street, north on Oak street to Hoffman street, west on Hoffman street to Calumet avenue, north on Calumet avenue to Huehn avenue, west on v ' wi ixiiJjjjj j. MONEY; NO TAKERS Smalley was the favorite in the bet ting in Hammond today. At one busi ness house near the four corners $!.20'i to bet on Smalley was held without any takers. Fifteen to ten. ten seven and five to four were odds at which money was wagered. COMPLAINS OF ILLINOIS CAR Mrs. W. H. Saunders, .11 Polk street. Gary, reported to the police that she had a miraculous escape from being run down by an IPinois ear yesterda.", which was running at a high rate of speed of 40 miles an hour. She se cured the license number of the car and arrests are to be made.