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Juno 29, 1918. THE TIMES NEWSPAPERS BY THE LAKE COUNTY PRINTING 4 PUBLISHING COMPANY. The Lake County Times Datty except Saturday and Sunday. Eniered at the postoift: In Hammond. June ! rapidly enough into France to equalize the German man-1 1 power before the French ar.d Kritish reserve. were ex- j ; uausted. i How completely the President of the United States j has risen to the occasion is not yet publicly known, When the number of troops which crossed the Atlantic this month is known to the world, the world may bo; I Ma. is. iifUB. The Tim Exf ftiiim.ir'.-,. tlarhnr. daily exempt Sunday. Entered at the pastor flee ' in East Chicago. Nov- i f.Tlb'r IS, 1913. 1 Th r , i. - , . -i-1 c. . i n-i. u F.dltton. ! Enfrej at the postoffw in i'amra.'na February 4, MM. I .eorge Lloyd used his famou- simile, h had, of colli I'h Oirv Evening f'mes Dailv except Sunday- - tered at the (lilslnfU.v n drv nr IS 1912. Ail under tne i:t of March 3. s;s. as sc-oni-i-.asi ; ,i waj reserved for Mr. ilnnar Law to announce the re- i surprised, and certainly Field Marshall von Hindenburg j will read the .writing on the wall. At the time Mr. no doubt as to who would bo the winner. Xone tlie less t JHUlul UUI ammo' puys 8? fSpOtl "BMraniBjniiniiiiiBun Here and Over There tnat;er. TO T3IENDS Or THE SOTS. THE TIX.IS3 goes dally to over 112 Rector Handing. . ADVEK'HSIXG OFFICE. I'nmmnni A ti , , i r c ! thousand Likt County men In the U. S. t SlliT. on TilP.-cHnv t ei ! Iio W n ' v.... . ........ Thms hovi keen nested . .Chicago !lf declared, in the course of his summary of the war, ! by tMi means. They Have hj other . . . - 1 .. V.a .litre T K a a I.ttr ttie House . lrom homft ,or tein. They want the- T. M. C. A, hf reports, and cheaper than he could get it at home. Just as the lette r w as being written it began to rain ajain after some very hot wcath- " " is not conims into the war; she is in it. rr su w w r v j i Hammond trrK-ate exchange) S100. 3101. 3101 of Commons chef red in the vrav the House of Comaons "sw" of tne, boJ iuey Know- ou wt" ! Gary oa5, 'for hateer P-ent ISI can cheer, though it is not often minded to do it. says I bor'sy to get' tS?h Tru"? FFa ChH?tian Sn M(init0r- IS.t'S To tL" coining East Chicago. Tne Time.- V. .' Telephone 3SJ The United States is in the war, and is in with no ef our boys In the service. Write hi Ha-h-.r Rep.-.-tor Telephone IJ ! . , , (briefly or call up THE TIMES as an L.iken' w Ac-n, v a'i d ' C' 'i : "--i ' Vd ' ' i otsdam t.uard Parade. to use an expression invented act of patriotism. o U now. Whiting Or-swr. Point . . . and C':Sii Ads. Ph..n 1 1 3-J Indiana Harir-r i i-.v TlnHnn SO-M .."..','..'..'."..".".".'.'."." Twiepnu'j tJ ' Herlin as the are today Austrian. when they were not so enamored of Chateau Thierry and Beileau I TO THE KEN IN SERVICE. ii inTi't mittar irhert Toa are. ca Larger Pa:d-L'p Circulation Than Any Two Other Paoer 1 'vVood have tven picked German regiments an inkling tti, ,lde or th. other ,ia. of the At- ; in the Calumet Region. i ol ,he fit;!it:np capacity of the new -Contempt ibles, " and Untie, keep la touch with your friends . ... j it mav tafeiv ie ?aid that the words -Too late" have j by dropping this paper a line. They If you have any trnuble getting The Times mnke com- :., , . f ,u , . ' w-ill lie glad to hear what yoa are do. plaint immediately to the circulation department. been written over the t.erman efforts, not for the last . tUt d9parrment to commuaJ. .r.y ZZto'IX aTt!Un8rVetPrndbw:ufSf.t.:co?! ! tim'- ior the lapt Til"P that really matters. Field cate wlth your .oldier pal., tnous communications. Short signed letters of general j Marshal von Hindenburg knew a great deal better than) interest printed at discretion. . , , .. . " . . . . , , , , ' T XJetsan family of West Ham. ; most people how imneratue it was that he should lunch : Iim"' I ni'-n-l has everv reason to re pioun in Amiens on thp first of April last. It is true that 'h j,, 88;iant" her-. Joseph, who got promptly as you have in The past, pleas do not think!1"1- u "'"'-"" r' "u u"lll',ullr i in- di.t .nguistien f'ni.p :'- !t has been lost or wa not sent r.n t'.mm. Remember that i of the selection IS becoming more apparent every mo-! 'i'nera! rv-r shins f'r going voluntarily Bir. and Mr. Ja. V. Jtlder of 351 Ingrarn nvenu West Hammond, have rrceif-.l word from their sui Ccorge P. UidT v. ho is riatkmrd at Fort Wm tifld Sroo, Ca!.. in the 67th artillery. A. '-, that h has been riornoted to STi fin!. . : . Leo E. Carroll, general shipping c!r:k for the- Cmtrrl f'hoinical .v Or-i'ani- Products ('nmpany. has enlisted as storekeeper :n surpiy department of the 1'nited Stare naval reserve force find will rrport for dutv fit Great Lak.c-9. July !). CONGRESSMAN IS FLYING FOR U. S. ON ITALIAN FRONT Lake County's Roll of Honor ' 1 3 SOT1CE TO fail to receive ?l It5f RIBERS. your copy of The TtMes as i j to recue soldiers buried in rt'jp''Ut, the railroads are engaged with the urgent movement of ' ment. The Italian offensive, which Field Marshal von troops and their surpl.es; thtit the, Is unusual pressure j Borosvi? haa jupt launc:ied, from thf, mountains to thej",'i hl" "f 'V" in various parts of the countrv for fool and fuel; that; the railroads have more business than they can handle j Fea- s a Ftl"aw throv.-n to the- drowning Hindenburg by j x,eroy Harry touches cf Kanunoad. roraotly. t or that reason manv trains are late. Thb I '.he w riter of the letter to ' Mv Dear Sixtus." It w as the ; enlisted in the navy last Friday and is Times has tn-reased Josrph J. Hex, on of Mrs. Ja r. Pe grot. Indiana Harbor, who had serv ient Indiana Harbor, May C5 to erve f-1 his rnuntry m th" V. P. nnvv. and iri the r. S arm;. , hns been pmnioted t- corporal at Cair.n Tax '.or. and ti en- ! t-ving the best or" health. Joe was for tr.er'y an Inland ar.d fireman. l-pmo:ive engineer operating !n ts mailing equipment and is co- , til$t ,hat the writer of the letter could do to re-establish vry way w;th the postofflce departmenx , . co,f . .,,. tV,Q ti, , to expedita delivery. Even o. delays aie Inevitable ua- ,,' ih. .b,.,.., ,...,J , ,v.,.hi is not over- But the storv r.f it is the storv of the von! now at Camp Pocalur. Ho is :hc son i in-law of 1. F. ioreau. 1119 Monroe irce'. the withdrawal cf men from many lines of woik. fev s j Hinuenburc efforts in the VVe.M ; a tremendous outpour- ins: of life wih no vital result attained. Indeed the result i of the battle of the Piave is not likely to prove partic ularly eneouraeine to the troops massed for th drive on Paris and the channel ports. INDIANA DRY. Vith one dissenting opinion and that coming from Judge Spencer w ho comes from wet territory the supreme court has ruled that Indiana will remain dry. That ends it. Fellows, you might as w-ell giv up the lease and the fixtures because there isn"t a chance now in the wide world. Outside of those who obtain their livlihood by deal ing in liquor, there was general satisfaction in the cities of the Calumet region when the news was given by TIMES extras yesterday, now that Indiana was by th decision of the highest tribunal in the land ruled dry. That prohibition w-ould benefit the industrial and bus iness world in the Calumet region if it is rigidly enforced is the opinion of in lust rial heads and works managers. The law must be observed however and it is now up to the sheriff and the various chiefs of police to see that it is kept. There is a lot of bootlegging done in the region and there is still plenty of booze hidden away. There is a lot of drunkenness, but the region's close prox imity to the state line is largely responsible. st Hammond will hp a rich place. Is saloonmen wili co;n money. The poison sold at some of th estab lishments over there is pretty cheap stuff. When one saloon pu's in six cash registers and has six bartenders doling out drinks to people who beg for them, it shows what West Hammond can do. Why if you put down a dollar for a dr.nk in some of those places they laugh at you if you ask for change. They are making hay while the sun shins. Whether the prohibition law will work very well up here is difficult to sy, because we are not at all sure the law- is observed. It will not work th hardships expected. Business is good and all th0 salecn buildings will be ren'ed fpr othr purposes. Tho.-e emplo.wri ned have no trouble in get t.nr heal'hif-r e.mp!o men:. RALSTON FORGOT THIS AT THE CONVENTION. Two good friends hare been reunited for a few days in Nw York City. The y are Jerry Biuni of Hammond, now a soldier, and John l.ocr;dg former manager of the orpheuni theate and n.r.v manager of cr.e of the rroctor Theatres. V. T. C. - Louis Hirkenrider, the gillnt ton of Marshal Harkenridor of Griffith. one of the earliest of l.ak county boys to enlis' in th war is mentioned in the dispatches for heroic conduct under fire. Young Harknridet wen der a heavy barra? to to three wounded Yanks. out un- The son of former Governor Ralston is cne of the thirty-eight young men of military age who hav been exempted from service by the request of the State De partment. Young Ralston obtained his job a few months ago and it would be illuminating to know just wherein his services are of a nature so valuable that it was deemed expedient to ask h'.s exemption. What calls especial attention to this case is the fact that the sen ior Ralston last week delivered a speech before th" dem ocratic state convention bitterly arraigning republicans for daring to crlticiz? any act of the administration and boastingly settina: up the claim that all of the achieve ment? of the war are the achievements of the demo cratic party. It was a speech of bubbling patriotism but somehow it might a rung a little near true had Julian Ralston been in France with those scrappy Roosevelt clubs instead of holding down a safety first job in a Washington office. Fort Wayne News. .e might also ask Tom Marsha!! who thought he;.iSOn volunteered before his number was awfully funny with his Lady Theodora speech I was called. He wnt quietly, modest H- where his sons were and also what he has done to win the war that will in any way compare with Roosevelt's various services? Corporal George Benson, of Whiting, writes thit h is en.1..y,r.g Uf at ("amp Taylor. Ky, handling n w men in the tl'pn brigad". "This is the j;fe.," odds lie nson. MaJ. Gen. W. a. Hun of Lake county, now commanding a V. F. divis ion in German territory, writes .v. Mur- ay Turner of Hammond, that the I.'. S. is making good progress. He sends two rhot" where he is taken with ai- itd commanders, and is not inclined to 'ake a too optimistic view of the situation. r fart. -", '- Anndrew A. Bex. son of Mrs. Jos. P. IoGroat. who eniitd in the coast ar- gtve first aid tiilery on May 1. 1317. has recently He got them j been irsnsferred from Fort DuTont to nil out of danger. p'H then! on a truck ar.d took them to t"n-' could get medical aid. Griffith should do honor; to the noble boy. for he's a credit to his home twn. 1. Word has teen received from Tred J Gescheidier of Hammond, who is with the 313 suppiv company and has 1 .--- n stationed at Jacksonville. Fla.. since :as' winter, safely overseas. Camp Men-itt. X. J . in a emplacement ompany waiting to go over there. And-lew- was also a locomotive man at. the Inland St?l. H'- .s enjoying life and hns the best of health. that he has arrived Valparaiso City Clerk C. Lee Nelson went with nth'r soldiers to 'hi llicothe. "hio. I'aru'T Xfisc'ii was the name Vised on r of enlistment. Mr he couid. no sense in depot WHAT HAVE YOU GIVEN UP? and as secret !y a:- said, he could see dt monstrations. . Edward L. Keil has written his j mother that he is now stationed at j Camp Mills. L. I . having just been ! t ransferre-d from th eo crnment me chanical station at West Lafayette. August SctneU, Vllllam Bald and Chester ?!ater. Whiting, left yester day for Camp rui-due at Iafaye'te. where they- will tak a motor mechanic course. The men le-fr over the Penn sylvania railroad at T:"4 a m. being accon-.pamed to the depot by a number cf friends and rela'ives. . Fort Wayne, Ini., June 29. Lieut. Paul Frsnk Kaer, tne American "ace," now a rrisoner of war in Germany, had brought down IT enemy rlanes and For. h i was officially credited with nine before he was forced down inside the German hns. May 22 las;. Mai. William Thaw Capt, F. H. La Guardia. Capt. F. H. La Guardia. an Amer ican of Italian descent who repre sent? a New York city district in the Hnited States centres, is com manding officer of one of the Amer ican aviat:on camps in Italy. He re certiv made his first long- cross country flight in a Caproni airplane. Indiana men are expecting their rela ti.esi on that date, because it is to be the occasion of the gte-aiest patriotic celebration in Ohio. Hattieslrarg, Miss., June 29. Mudx ; work has been addel because of the ' intensive training at Camp Shelby and j in preparation for the reception of S,- i ooo draft men who will arrive from! five states in July. i Dr. O. O. Melton of Hammond, has I been commissioned a captain in the : medical corps, word from Washington, i D. C. coming to Lake county announced yesterday. I Hebron's Ant boy to fall In the bat tle line is Adoiph H. Johhnson of north Have you given up your job and let your business fu ture take care of itself? Have you said good-bye to your family and friends and all you hold dear? Have you begun an entirely new career that may nd if you live, with health impaired, an arm off. a leg goe, an eve our? x, , . i tr "woundfd in aon.-m. severely. Have you srivrn up your business future and said;Th,s br;n.,, ?adn to ur and good-bye and taken a chance on coming back alive ami ; .f sympathize- rh his mo-Jier and well, and don it all with a cheerful hart and with a ' father. j said in a letter received from him today 1 by Mrs. Emma Baer Dyer of this city, mothr of the American airman. Mat j Thaw says Lieut. Eaer had killed nine! , ..ittinti .i..r.. ii i v.i:i'it ii. I'lll- ciaiiy credited, and tliat eight others !wer vouched for by ether members of the sTuadron who saw the German p. irmen f a H. , -O I of town about ten miles, just one m r.ortn o. i.rsin.r. -vicr.i a UJ" Llewlyn and James Grifflta wao w rT r''- nl bv tbejwflI.0 wi;h ,hp Furdup jetachment af I casualty lis thet h" .s numbered among i i,Bfnvette and k nr. , Mills. N" Y., have been assigned to dif- rire atenograpners and six electri cians are needed by the marine recruit ing station to he enlisted in aviation service and to go to Miami. Fla. Lieut. G. C. Ward of the Indianapolis office. l needed immediately. It wiil increase efficiency and the homes of drinkers Memphis, Tnn. l'l'd I'hiltip Peterson viio LOGICAL PENALTY FOR SHIRKERS. i , grim de,ermination to do all you possibly can for your rrcd p-sonZramondrson of Azel coun ry . j Teterson of 407. iJ'Uh s-trre'. Ham- And do vou onlv at times in the pvenincs nerh-in i mond. is h.'.nie on a shoit furlough wi'.i reriami u nappi' r ana tne iani:.ies win nave more , , , . , . , , , , I when th0 light in the sky slow-ly fades away feel so n.one. to t-penJ. 1 homesick and so lonesome that vou are fearful you will not have the courage to do your part after ail? You have not done these things? Ah, I see, you are The logical thing to do with those nominal Amoricatt ri' one of our Arrnv or Navy boys; you ere a stay-a- cltizens who refuse to fight or work for this country in home person. the present emergency would be to send them bacn to the Well, there have to be 20 or more stay-at-home per- o-intries of thir preference, inasmuch as thai proet-fs "ons for everyone who goes, and so certainly no disgrace attaches to heme or.p of vou fully appreciate what those boy? who go have to give up and if ou support them to the Lniit of your ability. ;:t pres B.i ker's war is would b attended by certain obvious difficulties, mi, th next best thing seems to b Stctnury sugges'ion, that thy be dpor' ed as se n as th ov&r This rule would apply to a good manv- professed ' con scientious objectors" whose hypocritical shirking has landed them in prison, and ! all others who are destined to penl dctenfion for the sani0 reason. There no question, says Secretary Baker, of the Weal right to deprive i:;elu of :h citizeriship whoe obli ga:ions they have refused, and expel them from the coun try wini wnicn i n-y na.e oronen rai'-z. i Thei-e is certainly no nuefliion of the moral right and the poetic justice of such a penalty. from h's camp a is t h e brother o was severely we.'ino-d in r ranc on h. hf,rn lnaUetei into the ordnance j May 27. and i mighty proud of his eleratmert ani , al Columbia Barracks. ' pal. ant urotner. 'Ohio Miss Lillian Belle Wilkinson of Me. ridian. Miss. and I.ieut Eloyi R. Finch. Gary, Company D. lS2nd In fantry were Married in the Hotel Hat tierburg, by Eieut. J. S. Hawkins, chaplain of the lolst infantry. Lieu tenant Finch's home is at Gary, Ind. Th coun'e took a honeymoon trip to regiment. l.w is with ?h n,.'.rn- ...v,.. ,u,. ,on tv.e-1i.-ai corps and .Tames is in the field j javs arti!iey. Co. .1, Xo. 3, Roth have ' ' ' . passe 1 tne over s.-as examination. j Spiral puttees wrill soon he issued at Hattisburg. It i eoncedt d they Elmer Brown of Whiting, who has I wju improv(, Pach s..'. iter's Bp- heen etrrloyed as a draughtsman for I rparanre. ThP ohirf cbjfion to the! .... Mims.l.nitpirais has been the difficult v of i nnd later transferred to Baltimore, Md fcrent putting the mon. Tnomaa J. Stack, Hammond, enlist ed in tne navy, mav iv and n:s mm- ; ,rn hjs r rents that he had er reeeiv-d a . a rd yesterday saying ho'Trlp v,r SP, -n1 tna, hp nan rinn in rraw- i.gni i n- "- In h: letter he said: "I mon enemy. sending The Times so I ,-an keep posted ' CoL George W. Healey, Bern. i selaer. 151st infantry, v.is slightly- A I ililt.Parl ...V...r Vr-tLO. 1 T J a 1 ,4 i Trank O. Girard. WMting. has writ- maneuver. Colonel Hea'te v was pin- i pleasant ; nej under his mount, and in strug was p.i. glmg to free himself was kicked in ease continue ,Rr f.u temple. WHAT ABOUT IT LADIES? "IN." Nn- many weekF a so the P.ritish Prime Mini dared, in a graphic sc n'enf.?, that the v ar hitd a war of reserves, nnd Mint in it? existing phase assuming the form of a racs between I'ic.-ident Tlans for assisting the wives of farmers during the burden of the harvest, have been proposed by th worn ar. s section of Xha Indiana State Council of Defense, to the chairmen of the Home Economics committees of the, several county councils of defense, in the state. The I suggestion is that the patriotic women nd girls in towns .organize a club of volunteers who will help prepare the food necessarv for the increased number of workmen nec essitated by the heavier crops; and co-operate in th con srrvine of the large quantities of fruits ana vegetables that might otherwise.be lost, ter de- ' P if; 1 ecommended that th opportunity exists in econie . "i ery coun'y to accomplish a v ast saving, without great it wns'of-ovt, through proper organization. It is apparent, the Wilson , hullotin says, that much of the food stuff will be lost Mrs. W. J. Melser, Hammond, received word of the safe arrive ! her brother-in-iaw. O. X. Taylor. in France. Mr. Taylor was a member of the Industrial High School faculty and enlisted la.t May for T. M. C. A. work. . ! Three more of our Lowell boys, Mr"- AJex of Ea,t ary. b I Ole. p. Klein, Thomas Eoyd and Bert rett-.vefj won ir.ar ner nusnana. ana r- v-i..t,.ic in ti.,, son Alec, have arrived safely overseas Albion Erlandson. East Chicago, who ' lef' a couple eif weeks ago for Fort ! B' tii nun Harrison, writes home that ! army lif suits him fine and is the best .' du"a t ' n i 'F-iib !e. day morning for army service. We call Klein one of "our" boys. although h has been ; employed by the Hammop.d postoffice for the past two years. They g0 to Chillicothe. Ohio. ' Crown Point, Ind., June 29. Paxil II iff and Willie Kyan. both Kou's boys volunteered togevpfr f,,r war se. rvi-.-ej Mrs. G. M. Gough of H-oberta are- iong ago and hoped to go through side nue. visited her son Wilbep Gongh. at by aide. But unfortunately for Ihem. ! the Great Lakes Xaval Station. Wod I'ni'l" Sam made an Immediate separ- j nesda v. Wilbur hits been promoted to ation. .Vow Joy is reste.red. according ' company" clerk. to letters from them tn I-ranee. About . 4 . j the fust thing "over there" they found Well, boys. Art Stewart, the rotund Word from Lester Ottenheimer of East Chicago, now at the V. ?. school of military1 aeronautics, at L'rbana. TH.. tells that he enjeys th,, Work but misses his Lake county friends. i raie Cocaty'a 6mA la tte rst with Germany aad Austria-Has gary: P.OHEP.T MARKLET. Ham mend; drowned cat coaat of New Jersey. May 2i. PEXXIS HAX.NO.V, Indiana Harbor; ptorr.air.e poison, at Fort Oglethrope. Chattanooga. Tena. June 11. JAMES llaeKEXZIE, Gary; kil led in action in France while 'guiuig wiui ta iwu Scottish lv.... o. ili-j- J. 1317. KARL WELJji)., Welting; U. S. I. Jjied at Fort Sam Houston cf spiaai meningitis. July 28 1317. FRANK M' AN LET. ladlans liarbor; killed in France at bat tle of Lille. Aug. 1. ARTHUR BASELER. Ham mond, died at Lion Springs. 7ex.. cf spinal meningitis. Ausust 88. i.iicu u r riii.e, bevu 14. iiiiii-iv i'.onLiiiau.s, tjry; kliicd 1U iialitt, UtU '41, LiKL i". jAjUi.si V'A.N AIT A. Oary; kUleU til V liny iuuge. jAiir.o iiAC h.l:Zii, uary; kiiieU al Vi.ny Kldge. UUi-fH iiJ.iilxvi. tlasl Ch.' cttfcu; hineu in Fianve, .Nuv. SI, ix bt'Hlu. Ul.MjLt.li. Cary. killed iu aviation accident a 'xaliaferro nelas. Kvciuiao. Txr Lec. 1. 1317. iiAKKV CL'THBKKX LONG. India.ii Harbor; kmej in acci otui al r l. Jj.iv Xexas, ttc. Iw. liEklvuuil lUCKi.NS'JX. Low tli; died sunirw licro in fc'rante. uC Heuinomit, lc . Xi. tDWAKJ C. ixUSTBADE, Ho bart; killed by explosion tat France. Dec 22. THOMAS V. RATCLlf FE. Gary; killed sumewher in France, let.. 24. FKED SCHiilDT. Crown Point; died of pneumonia in Brookiya, March 7. after being ou a torpuo cd steamer. COKPORAL EDWARD M. SUL LIVAN'. Gary; killed somewhere in France, March 8. MICHAEL STEPICK. Whiting; Camp Xayior; pueuinonia, March 14. ROBERT ASPIV. Gary: Co. T. 151st infantry; Camp Shelby; ty phoid; March 17. CLIFFORD E. FETTT. enlisted at Hammond. Jan. 8, In U. S. cav alry. Died at Deirio. Tex., April 3. PAUL FULTOia Tolleston. died in hospital. Marfa, Texas. April 6, 1818. Sergeant, machine gun battalion. Sth c.ealry. VICTOR SHOTLIFF, Gary, killed at aviation tamp. San An tonio, April 18. llil. JOSEPT BECKHART. Gary, died at an eastern cantonment; week ending April 20. 1318. LIEUT. IRA B. KING, Gary; reported killed in France. April 21. 131S. NEWELL- PEACHER, Gary; Graves Registration Unit 30. died in New Jersey. 191. E. BIRCH HIGHES, Gary, or dnance department, died in Phil adelphia, la 18. JOHN MA GUI RES, Gary bugler; kiiled in action ome where in France, June 25. JOHN GAILE5. Gary; died at Camp Taylor. K. June 2. WZST HAiQIOSD. JOSEPH SM.IETZAN, West Hammond. V. S. Field Artillery. Kiiled in action, France, April 27. WOUNDED. ROBERT U. EEATTT, Ham mond. Trench mortar. Francs. Feb. IS. R. A. SPARKS. Highland. Trench mortar. France. Feb. 37. HXRY BAKEMAN, Hammond: 6th engineers. France. April 7. EUGENE M. FISHER. East Chicago; severely wounded April 22. 1!U. by shrapnel, while in a trenrh in No Mans Land. EXGEXE M. FISHER, East Chicago; wounded in Picardy, April 22. JOSEPH ADAMIC. Indiana Harbor. Artillery. France. May 2. FHTLLIP PETERSON. Ham mond; severely wounded In France. June 3. each othr. p n d jolly president !' , eiule is in ir. Art is an and the kaiser. W h.it. of was that the Russian d- course, Mr. Lloyd (ieoree meant ' cxecp that ex! ra efforts are made to save it. bade, having enabled the tier-' The idea of the bulletin came from Vevay. Switzer mans to transfer piactically all their troops from the eastern to the western front, the Lnttr.te Dowers were tsrriblj outnumber d And that, as a result, it was left to the i'ni'ed S ate.- to redre-s the balance tau-ed, thrnugn that v n hdra ;i i of Russia, by pouring its troops across 'ho Atlantic. Th.s beiriz .so. the imni0diaie ques tion T-f the question whether Mr. Wilson, with the help of British shipping, could pour th-- United Stages troops land county, where it is said to have been put into exe cution with very satisfactory results. France saf !; , . Erotigh, Hebron, writing to his sist-r. Mr.. IV rt M I'ar.ie-!. ielis of his awful sea siekiw ss crossing the English Channel on the way to France Frank did not expe.-t this after iths- inc the Atlantis without a sign of st ach upheav a ,s. c ut he receive IT has been discovered that paoline i a eood di Ha. -bed camp -moirewhere in France." ip.ftctsnt. and C is being highly recommended for the land there stepped on a rti-ng stone treatment of wounds. Another reason whv the poor mo-1"'5'1 ,:''',r''1 ,,n-' f'"'"r r,,""nurn!iv ! h was laid up while other. were out rnn.-i i-ie .um. v "u. nn.p i up mi m ounu.-ty uut- j on )nA ny, s toha.-eo or eandy 'r.: . nee led by him. for b ges it at ii the Mourners' . x-piigilist. one : Mr. and Mrs. James B. Dye of 303 . of the lest fellows ever lived. He is. Johnson fieet. Hammond, have ie. eiv-j with Co. C . K.a depot brigade, 2nd: ed word that their son. Sergeant J. S. training battalion. Camp Sherman, t'hii-i Dye of the sj Div. Mednal orps. V.n ' ii. ethe. Ohio. ;oe! bow the old t'lai.hv ! : n . f i i biite-j up and g,.n to the; s. elL Art, h--re's rdking at i hi, old t in.o. ; j reached Prp.ni t Chillicotha, O., Jane 29. Hsadtjuart- ers has announced that visitors will! h permitted in camp only on S.i'ureJav! n-' afternoons ftonl tn 7 eiVJ.ick and all d. day .11 Sur.ia. C,ri'-r! Hal? has de- ided tl.at Saturdav a-"ternooo will not he a visit ;nc peril. d fe r the- S4h div i vm. but for the other i rer.p stationer! a camp. Sunday is ih. v.-.ting day for the entire cantonment. July 4 wii! be rega reld as visitors' day. Many cf ;;-, is WHAT LETTERS WILL DO. PARIS Letters are one of the most eascBtlal factors in keeping . our men'a hearts and spirits up and j spirit is needed row that onr boya are getting into the real fighting. Therefore, fathers and mothers, remember that through your letters the men get their happiest diversion in the field. So send them often. Through letters the men derive com fort and cheer. Don't tell your troubles yotir boy has his own. Give him the local news. Letters ars the soldier's tonic and help powerfully to m.-.intoin the army's morale. Use all your influ ence to improve the postil serrics. 4 1 r MBMORIAIvr COAL Save TJionGy n Aid iha Tiobdsns - Prevent iieattess dzys VS. ?'f BL ADMrNISRATtCf PETEY DTXK- -Vbcro Did Wifoy Get the Zoppolin Bciff? By C. A. VOIGHi: I Mum . WHnTSrX p A tot op TAose HaT iM. V AT THAHK WEAVES ", ! A-T SUE GOE.S IVJ J U m Sim c:. . f ez i j-w. "..c.w uf- wars. t in n. "v.-.-.' jut TOeZ I SAVce.-VWAT OU WetXO PETEN m isii . 1 r At g 1 1 t All m sr a r s ss ,r si i sm i'i sj n s-r- ii -sb.