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THE TIMES Frirlav, June 23. 1018. THE TIMES NEWSPAPERS ! life. Tilt .soldier is a picked man Whether he bo ;v sol I diet- in arms or a soldier of the cio-s. his courage, his ; loyalty, his love and faith challenge the confident-1 of SY THE LAKE COUNTY PRINTING & PUBLISHING 1 men and the adoration of women. If he falls, he has paid COMPANY. j the mortal debt with honor. If ho sui vives. though crip not disabled. -Dally cx.-.pt S.tura.y anajplcd. he is suffice in Ha-.iuiicini. Junean.i carrie; The Lake County Times Sunday, tnterea at tho poeto zs, 1.-05. 1'he Times East Chieaco-Ind'an Harbor, da.ly rui- undav. Kit-red at the pistol n.e in East Cliuo. I Th Ljjke L'-iuntv Times Saturday and wcoko ! tOrgH Ent'.red at the no.stofnVc in Hani::. .-nil. 1- ebrua: -v His crutch tells i'3 own s:or XAMED ASSJSTAXT SEC MET A RV OF WAR ie.s it hough silent, First of nil. on tu-ndi d km mute appeal, r.nd tin-re is t.n tdoqui-nce. resistless, ill the in pt y ?U-ee. we .should pray God to -et 'J'hf Gary t-vtnmf fmrs Lai o tered at the postofnVe :n Gary. Apr All under the -i.-t of Mu ch ;. tr. at r. 1811. En- I n c- us. Tlun cr ct ar men, t'nrirtian men, soldk-rl to' the flag and the fr.iy -wherever they lead us lAf'seoonl-ciaM over the ocean - hrough I-'rancp to Flanders across tin KOKEI 12 Hector Huiid.ns. . Al)VEKl!M(i OKFICE. . Chicago TELEPHONES. ,, Hammonl (private exchange) S100. .101. (Call for wjijtfvrr dt-pa: tmer.t w.mtf.1 I Garv Office Telephone 13' Nassau & Thompton. East Chicajt. Telephone SU F. I Evans. East Chicago Teiephoty.. i2-K East Chicago, Tne Time. Telephone -3 ::iJ:atii HsrMr Kepoiter Telephone Luiitns' Xfivs Asrenov and C fl.-d Ads " Pi..ne 113-J td an.i H.rber tVhit'ng Telephone -M Crown Pr.:nt " I f !.;.: 'J Larger Paid-'Jp Circulation Th;.n Any Two Other Papers in the Calunei Region. If you have anv trouble setting The Times ni.-vke com l!nt Immediately to the circulation depart mer.l. Tile Times will not be responsible for the return or my unsolicited articles or letters ani wiii not no tiro anony mous comm'jn'titifins. Phort signed letter of general interest p-:med tt discretion. OTicn to srnscRtnFRS. T you fail to receive your copy of The Tims as promptly as you have in the past, please do nr-t think '.I has been loft or was not sent on time. Remember that the railroads are er.gagel with the urgent movement of troops and their suppLes: that there is unusual pressure In various parts of the country for food and fuel; that the railroads have more business than they .can handle promptly. For that reason many trains are late. Tm Time? has lnorea5ri its mailing: equipment and is co operating in every wiy with the postoff.ee department to expedite delivery. Even so. delays are inevitable be cause of th enormous demar.ds upon the railroads an! the withdrawal cf mea freni many lines of work. low cn.mt rie.-s to Kola. Bonn, umi Kuliirti- -tumbling the fortress of Ehrf r.hreitstein in.o the Rhine a? we pass and dannnir.g the mouth of the Mobile with the debris' of the ruin p make ot it- then on, on to Ferlin, the Black Horse Ca airy sweeping the V illwlmstrn.-se like lava down the mountainside, the jur.ker and the saber rn.tier fly ins eiore us, the tunes bring i'jiie " and "Yankee Inodle," ihe cry beins "1 tho French Republic Hail ;h Repubbe of Russia welc jnie the commonweal. h of the Vaterl.md - no peac with the kaiser - no parley with ;.utoc racy, r.'o?oiur:?m. and ih- divtr.e riiht of k:n-..- u. boll with th Hapsburp and the HoiinzoHern ! " THEIR NAME 13 LEGION. w fir, V T5 P'S -AS AX, V l ADomuyr dialer coys mmmB Here and Over There! my to raiEND3 or the boys. ! T!!2 TIMES coes dally to oTr a tliousau 1 Lake Couaty iiion !u the U. S ms'io it hHt'siIloii ior Trua K. Those boya teep posted ,. ., .,..,... ,. , A. or U. S. K. fcv r hi 3 meann. rr!iev him no other way ol cstticjr the r.ewa. It la x letter no.r.'i: .Iom-j.;, . J:,)r f i ft frorn homo ior them. Thuy went, the uev.- of rh by:; thy know. You want The xiawa of yvur biy end your neigh, bcr's ooy to get to them. G1V3 It to u.j frr tiioin. ltd us keep ear.U ctlier 1 p-.stod as to tl' conrlu? iT.:l golaga ! oZ our boys in the eervtce. Wntt briefly or call up THE 'HUES a an : act of paTilotism. Du It now. md bo-h of r-.'u;il. Li . ft p. t I : "i i.'O .- .., a i i ". 'If .ii'-n. ': - j:')r!.-,::, Harr,- h ' '1 ' r A. -a i ! i i 'lass llflii. and received his dejrree !a-hl'-r of SYi'-nce at the North- tri i:i:lverty in the yoar 1?16. Ho wikin for ):!s medical dprc i.-ri th- (Mil for enlistment came. O Charleit Wagrouer, Himmoil, con- .'! a f n (J:iy furlouch en M-T.da-. Chillicetbe, O., June 2Tt. E;(rht kuad- ' H- -i.crr(j ih' 1 ailo.in servl. f. bat In.i fed and thiriy-t'-.o m.i.tory .-' ki? t ' ' r. j be'-:; trans frrl to th medical orp-' t'rom different parts - f Indiana mi i U'-l j and is new suat.nned at Columbia. S. n I'.-imp 1-hf-rriin la-e T-.esdJi y if' r- ! A i: I f Wh?n you have been readine scmeihinc piirf ieularly j atrocious about Hun methods, and you are so full of j wrath against tho kaiser and all his minions that you! can hardlv stand it because von are not in the armv, set i i out the good old fly swatter and swat the fh?s in sight. : Ever:- Thinn that .iprfads di'-ease is an aide of hi?, am; i as such deserves fit punishment. 1 When ihe fiies hat e disappeared, if you ha e any of i that murderous f.-elir.g !ef in our system, get out th" sprayer and go after the garden- Every voracious beasiie ! eating up your foodstuffs u- pr-pf r subject for your anti- j German rage. : By the time you st through with '.he garden, peace : I 1 j will have descended upon you that peace which cele- mind with a sense of gratitude for the future finished i victory. Your baby needs protection from this filthy animal.) I'OliS office, t IH I-? i"- c " A Or. iirncil M. ilopkina. TO T:in LIEN IN 3SRTICE. I doea't matter where you are, ca thi3 Blila or the other side, of the At. laatic, keep In touch with ycut frtenda by drc;plcf tLUs papsr a lroe. TUay will bo gUd to hear- what you ore do. .,... hair f the n o-. f rr ' r. fr lng. Uso this clepartmont to communi- ftna cat witb. your tc-ltller pala. j . ! Three, loud, cheers for the t n spii ' of lh- W ho IS H . t h ' V ii.- it: ri-ik" ft ('. ii- ' -r r, if o i i ii I : Ii ! -1 I . 1 'I - ' fi ij i ' It I ' h i. k ot t lie r '1 i do i' h ( ; 1 ?i r::( ri -a r, ' r: . (-d i' of I't.'l tf.ee, r.r a 1 Til Ferman Sfiai-flc, Crown Point, who is ,i"t."i he ;r-at Lakes Training . ss a, hon.e on a i-ix day fur- Xeenan THE PASSING HIC JACET NICHOLAS. Foor Nicholas Romanoff, with a string of Titles reach ing from here to the Lake Front park, has been taken out and murdered by the bolsheviki. Tumbled from hi? throne last year after Russia had saved Europe and ?aved the world from the Hun. he was imprisoned with his wife, heir apparent and daughters. At Ekaterinburg the bclsheviki authorities gave him a short farce of a trial and shot him. It is reported that Alexis, his crip pled son, stabbed by trai'ors on a royal ship before the great war was started, was also put to death. Of the Br. J. A- Cheviecy, Eimatid, for- f-iiiy of East "hi. us. Frank E . m-r:y of i: - r. r- ei '! topogram youngest s-opiier son of The family :s fro;:: V."fifhinKt,n y (-.-''-:':;! y :hi' he had arrived safely overseas. Curl to h:. . i.. , ii h ojio, r: t -d a -ij-'ti;i it. oo-iiicil mother yejuerda v. Mrs S. J. K'-enftn. res-Tx c. and has ncep'ed th't .- p!"" in: - 5 72 Todd avenue. T-ao r.-h'r .cp.rs . mnt. ; '"fi' Keenan'si. the i-i m sons, f ( "-r J. -- - - & Pr. E. E. Evans of Gary, recelvefl notice, yesterday '!:;i: h- h.'id bf-n ap-p.-'in'od a lieutenant in the ru'di'-iJ . ..)). His .-.inni. n :.i.ri-! froro Washiu sum. and Steii'ien. are Thomas, ky . h r, 1 Ii' re'e ir.f.(,r. fr ii t iorrd a ii- '"hrl-bov- Serg'. MaJ. Arthur Eamllton, located ' '!rr j. "'.(ly. LwRimm. N. M. arrived iu ''r today to visit for a short tim" a i'h ii- s;.o'(-. Mrs. 'irae B. HtiM?y, 2 i i "; S'-t Ter.'h p'ce. Mrs. Herman Tkelssen, Kobertsdale, f-f Ir:d;nna bivd. received word from her l-f-ihe-r Kr'd Bahn of the 211th machine i-'iii briRad at Camp Meade. Md.. that 1 " (xpecrs to lea any day r.ow for l-r.-m.e. B. T. Pre shour, Oary, one of the Y. XML . A. rm . o: y hcs. !ft yesterday for I'es Mr-;r.', ! . to v;.lt his parents rr;. r to h: al.stinz in the ?erice. THI1 kaiser Is talTUr.R about I'KACE like a river coming his way "K RTK doir.p our ties! to have it lik Geo. aider, HaaunonS, stationed at j lie.i-i4.jart:ts-. Tih nrtill' ry. Frfsidio, :?a:: Kran-.-is- o. Oil., has been made a j aerg'-an. "n a eoui. of h.s exp'-rien'- i at the loo.-! i,i offn.e he his he en i pl( e, in charge ef the regimental inc. who is with 1 )....? a! rv i.--. , Fort Benjamin Harrison, is now onn- ; fined in the base hospital undergoing an or'ra'jon on his throat. M. H. Pierce, MerrlllTlllE. has a let. ; ir from "a!if'.rn:i s'at.fg that t. -vo ' of his ..ou-in-. ;; ?,: r:-,. e nd ---(-( Corporal Joseph T. McCauley, station, ter Fierce. wePe in Franee doing 'h-.r t r.. .-.-....p ,h,rm:!n. arrived in Gary par- to ;i th war. G---od for Mr- yenteruay for h short Meit with his "llMlle. j sist-'-r. Mr?. . E. Feokman. 543 Van ( Ii-.. rfr. s'reet., 'Jar;,. sergeant xnojnas u. waei ci wmt- h- aviation corps THRIFT WITH A PLEASURE. Thrift, is a means to a commendable end. i th I August. Least ofi T,,.rT.r,-. . i i i,an.-o .- nop ni in all countries has it been nurtured in the United S'ates J thin,.'? of the hour Because of war we are now beginning to cultivate a habit that ha? been for two generations the most onn.-poMou? in French national life and more recently had been im planted in the mind of tho Italian peasant. The most prominent apostles of thrift, in America have boon the; K!N; , K, ,n, ;K ... how aliens whose savings and remittances during the pas ! pitch a baseball all right enough hfteen years nave averaged a much as Si-o 0011,000 1 poT c4n h per annum. j b-.-ti-? The present incentive for thrift is a means for ;ur- Ser?eant Geo. TrederlckB, Hammond, who :x br .'her of Mrs. Frank Taer faluniHt river about the middle of j r,f ,. an,i rationed at Sandy ! Hook. X. I . most rathetic serg anl-major b. y.romo 15 hnving to water the wife's potted retunits when she is IN'i'APA'TrATKP through having to fill up the preaseoufs. , Albert Poppen, Whiting-, who was to ciiled home by the sertous illness of his infant son, rf'irr.ol t,, 1-"-. rt Sne'llng. 1 m mn. ! Kartin Linaanmann, KaTr.tr.on'"i. son . rale j of Pi-r.f. !,ir,setimr.n of St. Paul's ; E . T. Murray, Hammond, of the : Lutheran h''.s. Jo'is filially s--' in the r.;nd naval ser i' e. If.-- a under height lie resided formerly and under we ieh', trie! thr.'e 1 hues to 'and his friends will re Whiting's ntwer.t groom, W. T. Xylt, has tga:n r'ported for duty at Camp Taylor. Ky. Mrs. Kyle will go east for a 1 s 1 1 . Mn. J. I. St. John, Gary, leaves th present week for a visit in the cast shopping at '"'eveland and then on to New e.rk where 5h? will be joined by P-rgear.t St. John of Co. F. Gary, prev iously r : 1 atrip Mieiny. r-iaitiesDurg, get in and so ;:-trreU th kes '. arrival. ncir.ee rs. nas arrives in r ranee, j Mjs. Tne two will return to Gary to- h--th-r. t'2 riummer. .;ee at his safe bo taught to peg a pop 1 Jrea! ok him in as j 4 . e second f j Mrs. IrTdn Milter, 241 Doug-las street. : ri?i rr.niond. just rf-if-:vf word from . . . 1 ; , .111; . a 1 "i ' ii -:r-: j.-.. atr. and Mrs. Jacob E.uley, Iiowell, 1 who writer th.-t in 4J hours he will be to ; rieopto that they ftn-illy ia sten-'craphc-r. He is Lmsemann ho; s ;n the service. Iieroy Relssig, who is in training at Fort Sheridan. 111., spent the week end with his mother. Mrs. Lena Reiss-is. 4200 Washington street. Gar;-. fate of the former czarina e are not informed, j cessfully ending the war. Fack of the purchase of W AS th- ladies wear their skirts about , r.ave. r "nether she has gone to join Rasputin i? unknown. vYhat history will tell us of the last of the Romanoffs we do rot know-, but we venture to say Nicholas witf sppear in a different light when the truth is known. Nicholas was no traitor to the allies. He poured out a flood of h's soldiers to save them. He did save them. Cut in his own royal household his intriguing consort with her Hun blood brought about such a state of affairs that the palace stunk with corruption. Nicholas vas a weak scion of one of Europe's greatest roal houses. He meant well. Russia to him was a fetish and in succumbing to the guilty machinations of those around him. he came to a pitiable end. Oh, for a Peter or a Catherine in Russia today! Savings Stamps is the major clement, of patriotism the ! a feet -l.orter why Carl, s-atinj ! 1 in France. SHOl'LPNT we help to win the war? 1 :d word fro:n their son. that he hid arrived safely has been pointed out to us LOYALTY IN WAR TIME. Loyalty in peace times and loyalty in war times are two distinct things. Not much is required to pass the loyalty test when one's country is not at war; a simple compliance with the law is ail that is required. But loyalty in war times is not a passive quality. At such a time one may be without loyalty 2nd still not e dieloyal. A person of this type will do nothing either to assist or to harm his country. He wiil not give himself to his country's service and he will not contribute finan cial support. Neither will he discourage others from mg this. He will do or say nothing treasonable, and neither will he do or say anything to put heart in the fighting force? or to uphold the Nation in it? struggle. He will be simply a passive onlooker. And that is not being loyal. PATRIOTIC "M ARSE HENRY." (Note to the reader). These paragraphs were writ'en by Col. Henry Watterson more than a year ago. They are taken from the editorials in the Louisville Courier-Journal that, won the Pulitzer prizes for the best editorials of the year The words ring aa true today as they did then. Henry Watterson wa chief of scouts in Gen. Johnston's army during the Civil V.'ar. Since that, time he has been one of the great edi,ors of fh country, almost the last of the old guard which stood for a journalism that was the expres sion of a vita! personality, t From the beginning the issue was not less ours than givine of the smallest mite to establish demociacy ovr j AND cut our rantfl off flbou? a f.,0t. autocracy. The unit of participation is little enough to, re w.tnin tne means or an. 1 ne iaea or it is to reach all. : The campaign begins with the child and works upward.' . . '. "" ' ' '" istructie criticism. This is the true and on'.v lasting foundation in which 1 , .. , ! WE have often wondered in to build tne structure of national thrift. . Coupled with patriotism in the incentive to thrift "rR miIfi!' curious way if the fair .. w r-,-- young things it is well to have a purpose. By this is meant nn oh- t ! WHO plaster on so much psint The latest word from KcKinle-y IPea'r.e and Thomas Purchase. I. owe!!. ; was that they were in Now York get jting read-." to snil oyer ?ea. , on his way to the Philippines. He -nds rer- rds to all friends. H likes the life f.ne and hd a wonderful trip. W. J. Eiilman. 777 Walter St., Ham mond, left for 'a:i:p Jackson. S. C yes terday. Mr. Hillman worked for the Cudahv Packing Go. for five years and when he left he was j-rernted with -a fne wrist wat'-h. corr.fort kit and cigarettes. IMAGINE for a moment i can't see through it? that you jective for the capital accumulated through thrift. Go back to the child, say, a good healthy-minded, i robust boy of 12 or 13. He is one of a family in modest circumstances. Apparently his chances for more than a ! EVERT time a Hun soldier high school education are limited. Between him and ! MAKES a gain of lf'O yards he blurts the college period are five or six years. Any boy of this ! out age who is physically able can in these times earn from i "IS this Paris?" $100 to $150 a year and not. reelect his school work I THE price of pork chors at our house With each year's added strength and judgement his earn- ; shows that It would be a darned lie ing power becomes cumulative. It is like the interest on ' to say the War Savings Stamps which his earnings buy. In J THAT the pen is mightier than the, addition 19HS the the War Savings Stamps will mature I I PIG FEN. nd those bovs with the patriotic impulse, plu3 the defli- , . , , . , j ONE thing that will wound us to the nite educational purpose, who have begun to buy them' nuj(.k Wl5, be t0 se(, some of th. guy9 will have a substantial fund to pay for at least a good j who part of their tuition. The fame applies to the girl, for! PI.Er.:P ay tjm wi dc,dge work at w hom avenues of employment are now open on a larg! night ,raiP. 1 U'U-Nti rrerrtn r.uty. TItE?E war activity crusades pile upon ONE another WITH monotonous rerslstance MONOTONT Is killing IF we were a worm we'd want to ba IXilo Thomas, Tod Lcyd and Claude Craft. Lowc-l I left yesterday for the training omn at i '!: 1 ilicoth Ohio, and : Guy Tilfon and Andrew Cutler left o- Information is received In East Chi- 3 ay for the en nip at Purdue university I cago mat p.n r.asi r.icago young man. in Lafavet'e. Ralph Canine, son of Superintendent of i The parent who is able ought to be willing and proud to help his child part way over the rough spots of the future, and for every dollar saved by the latter and in vested in War Savings Stamps as an educational fund to give another dollar or a portion of a dollar. This would in i'self excite a spirit of competition and provide that incentive necessary to carry every program along with out lagging. Now go on further to the spendthrift age. which comes when the young man has reached his majority. Money about this time has less value than any other period of life, especially when the spender has never been an earner. And even where he earns he. too often, has had no disposition to save and no incentive. Some day this fact will be regretfully faced, when, for instance, he wishes to marry and own a home. Tho home-ow-ning incentive, therefore, may well be Hammond is henrd from again at Hat tiesburir. Several promotions have been given Indiana men on duty in th camp personnel office. Abraham Efroymson of Indianapolis, has been Schools, and Mrs. E. N. Canine of North : Magoun avenue. h been promoted to, first lir-utennnt of the Jth Field Arttl-, lery now stationed at Gamp McC'eltand. i Alabama. Lieutenant Canine j a cradu- ' ate cf the East Chicago high school of WSAT LIITIBS WXLX. BO. FAKIS betters are one of th most essential factors In keeping our men's hearts and spirits np and spirit Is seeded sow that oar boys are getting into the real fighting. Therefore, fathers and mothers, rememher tiiat through your letters the men get their happiest diversion la the field. 0 send them often. Through letters tho men derive com fort and cheer. Don't tell your troubles your hoy has his own. Give him the local cews. Letters are the soldier's tonic anrt help powerfully to maintain the army's morale. Us all your tnfitu ence to improve the postal service. one that turned. THE average man BELIEVES in keeping his money in j circulation j I AND the average woman believes in ; t KEEPING her secrets there. j WE care, so little for money ; I THAT we are now on our year before j last's straw hat I HAVING already worn out last year's of the countries first engaged Each may have had ends an impulse to supplement the patriotic motive behind i ,his of its own to serve. Nor were these ends precisely alike, i immediate investment in War Pavings Stamps. He is At least France to whom we owe all that we have of i a pretty poor workman who cannot in these days save sovereignty and freedom and Belgium, the little David of nations fought to resist invasion wanton, cruel inva sion; to avert slavery savage, pitiles? slavery. Yet. whatever the animating purpose whatever the selfish interests of England and Russia and Italy the kaier i scheme cf world conquest justified it. In us it sanctifies it. Why fhould any American split hairs over the European rights and wrong? involved when he sees before him grim and ghastly the mailed the limit of an individual's holdings in such stamps, viz; $1,00'', from his earnings every two or three years. There are dozens of incentives that may be called up to accelerate the War Saving? S'amp buying habit. On3 is that of travel. With a limited few, perhaps, this 1.1 one o AFTER a little Journey past the coal j bin I i AVE. ruminating in tho saying that j heat expands AP.E unable to recall where a TON of coal got any bigger j BT being shoveled into the furnace. f the strongest passions With some it is nn u .' . , , . . . gratified passion, in many instance? because of reckless ! faJr ?PX j- wonderful j squandering of earnings on thir.es fransitorv. Who is ! . , . .o 1 i FEELING rather peak-ed as they sa y : there who does not now look forward to seeing the world in frown Point we were informed that ! figure of Absolutism with hand uplifted to strike Colum- j in its new aspects after the war? It will be easier then j if we ; bia where these three years she has stood pleading for than ever to reach foreign lands and probably the rates j would go out and do a. little light; Justice, peace, and mercy? God of the free heart's hope will be lower than in the prewar period for those who exorcise such as digging pestholes i and home forbid ! War, horrible as war ir- "hell," as a great warrior said it was is not without its compensations. No man has more than one time to die. In bringing the realiza tion of death nearer to us war throws a new licht upon Wall Street Journal- are willing to accept the more moderate accommodations OLD Mother Hubbard Congress finds the cupboard bare of three hundred millions of whiskey revenue.- i WE would feel much better. IT is fair rasirr to SPOIL a good reputation THAN it Is to mske good a bad one. I Mmm 'Sr - zmk life & ? ; p-TTPV nrK Xrt Lifo on the (), onn Wnvo for TVtfv. Now. By C. A. VOIGHS '