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BIKES THEM GOOD ISM TlMFS BUREAU. At iiiiTB Capital. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.. Sept. IS. Ths reply of Will If. Hays, Republican na tional chairman, to the request from Secretary Tumulty for an explanation of his .lOK?d statements, as reported In the Topeka Capital, is regarded by Re publican leaders here us the most ad mirable, bit f "turning; the enemy's gun on riJmself" that has occurred In thn pre3ent campaign. Mr. Hays was re quested, in a tclKrum. from Secretary Tumulty, to explain aileped statements that he was reported as having: made to the effect that the Democrats Jn Wash ington "would even iml the war with any kind of a compromise If that would Insure the continuance of the Demo- I cratic party in power." It v.-a understood that the Pisld-nt had u!;v--1.:--! th t Uio request for an ex. .idfi n should Lf sent to I'.ijs. Mr. IIay iir..-BMfii tno President lata yes terday. Alter savins that h did not use the words quoted In the telegram, he sets o:;t approximately what he did say and thos quotations show that ha said to the KepuHiean state chairman In Chicago early this month in a gen eral way that tho Democrats had not adjourned politics," but to the con trary were using- every effort at their command to obtain votes. Then caino the splendidly dramatic climax to the whole situation, for Jdr. Hays called on the Democratic party to join with the Republican party in put ting aside politics until the war was over find in betting every available re source of the gruntry to the tremendous tank of wlnijtng the war. There Is no shidow of h doubt here that the Demo criitis a.iin1nistat!"r. believed it had the Rrpubii',"n national chairman In a po litical hole" when the telegram was sent to him from the President's secre tary, but Mr. Hays' adroit turning of the situation into a canard that already Is having- its effect in Democratic ranks is beinij commented on here with much laughter by the Republicans. Every rewspuper in the country, of course, was attracted to the situation because of It rational qualities end the publicity gain ed for Mr. Hays' reply throughout the country Is no little part of the plum that was "knocked" by the Hoosler Re publican leader. Leaders of both rartles are beginning to feel the effects of Secretary McAdoo'S recent orJer to railroad men to stay out of politics. Railroad men, prominently connected with both parties In state and nation, are resigning the political con nections, It became known today. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS EAST CHICAGO. Stanislaw Szafar and wife to Mary Kryszk. L. 4, S. 8', Lot 3, E. 4, NE. 32,-37-9 J2.200.00 GARY. Paul B. Liplnski and wife to Ludwlg Bojarski and wife, I 4, B. J. Brdway Add 1.S3S.E4 Kathrin Frantj and husband to "W.m B. Lehman, Ls. 7, 8, B. 1, Sanford Tubb's 2nd Add HAMMOND. William Ahitorn and wife to Stanley Soja and wife, L. 23, "vVVi L. S. B. 1, Eschenberg'a State Lire Add Arthur Gedan (single) to Adol phine Gerth. Ls. 47. 4S, B. 1. Hammond Heights Adi Daniel B. Mann and wife to Al ma Kooken, L. 30, N. XI" U 41, B. 7. Franklin Add Kalonik Schumke (single) et al to Bteve Masurak and wife, L. 8, Larncd's 2nd Add GRIFFITH. E. Willis Walsh (single) to Bo lon B. Welsh, L. 35, B. 3, Grimm TOLLESTON. Harry B. Barker & Co. to An tonio Marslco, L. 46, B. 21, Oak Park Add John Maruchnlch and wife to Mary Karaffa. L. 2, B. 2, Toll Land. Co.'s 2nd Add Mary K?raffa and husband to Julia Maruchnich, L. 2. B. 2, Toll Land Co.'s 2nd Add Arigelo Trlnco et al to Roste Kocian. W. E0 Ls. 23. 24. B. 61, 2nd Oak Park Add Mid City Realty Co. to Henry Rogers and wife. Ls. 35, 38, B. 1, Wheeler & Bettys Add HOB ART. Commercial Etato Bank, Silver Lake, Ind., to John B. Burns and wlfn, Ls. 5 to 10. B. 24. Earle & Davis Add INDIANA HARBOR. Jno. H. MacKtiy (bach.) to Mary E. Eltzholtz. I. 15, B. 10. 2nd Adl. "WHITING. Smith. Barter, Davidson Co. to Martin Murzyn and wife, L. 41. N 6i' L. 42. B. 3, South Park Add. GARY. Cor.dit McGlnnlty Realty Co. to John I-Tusnar and wife. L. 22. B. ?.. Cor.dit McGinnlty's Cth Add. $ 4 50.00 Mike Obt-rtllk (bach.) to Frank A. Ppychalskl. L. 20. B. 3. Gary Inv. Co.'s 1st Suh I.OO Martin Ser.k and wife to Kle mens Maselko and wife. L. 18, B. 2, Gary Inv. Co.'s 1st Sub. 800.00 Gary Heights Realty Co. to Christopher M. Reyher and wife. L. 25, N! I.. 26. B. 2. Ke-liey Semmes Blvd. Heights Add. 1.00 Gust Kravas (single- to Tny Penlntas, L. 23, B. 2, rieitner's Is Add. 1.00 TOLLESTON. Xellle Bretsch (spin.- to Gla cento Pieronl, L. 1, B. 19, Co.'s 6th Add. 25.00 Martin Young and wife to Gia cinto Pieronl. L. 1. R. 10, Co.'s 5th Add. 5n.ri0 Sheriff to Bador Supply "o.. L. 2.'. P. 17. Co.'s 3rd Add Hi. 54 Badcr Supply Co. to Frank Gie Fielski. L. 22. B. 17. Co.'s 3rd Add. 450.00 William Misko and wife o Jos. Kac.-ii. L. 26, B. 3, Logan Park Add 4;V 00 Jo- Karak and wife to 1'etro Vhiyn. I- f6, V. 3, T,..;:an Parle Add. 1.00 Stefan Yician and wife to Stefan Jursa and wife, L. 32. B. 4. Co.'s 4th Add. 1.00 Stefan Jursa and wife to Stefan Vician an1 wife. L. 32, B. 4, Co.'s 4ih Add. 1.00 Benl Sunny (bach.) to Josef COO. 00 450.00 1.00 1.00 950.00 600.00 1.00 600.00 700.00 1.600.00 1.00 3.000.00 1.00 883.00 I fc.." ...,....!; v ::w..h :-f.r.:.,.jrfr-J. ". '.' mdw American (nrhhofhwartsa German Sm Plot! -all in Edwm Balmer s Newest Story-Starting in to-morrow's Chicago Tribune Edwin Balmer, author of "1917," has written another great story of the war "RUTH OF THE U. S. A." especially for readers of The Chicago Sunday Tribune. It starts TOMORROW in the color section. Don't Miss Itl if i' mi tltm mm r kwk Here is an entirely new story. It has never before been published. It is one of Balmer's best works. It holds a compelling interest for every individual who has a spark of patriotism. And imagine ! Ruth Aldcn, a beautiful young Chicago stenographer, uncovers a nest of German spies through a pencil box! She becomes an unintentional spj to py upon spies. And an American "Ace" is her hero. By Edwin Balmer, Author of "19 1 7" If you have an ounce of red, white and blue blood you'll read every word of Ruth's experiences. You'll learn how the insidious German spy system works. You'll realize how even an hum ble stenographer can serve the cause of liberty by being watchful. Suppose .year were in Ruth's position whst would yoa do P Read "RUTH OF TUB U.S.A." It'a a story you'll remember for a lon time to come story by America's maflter o( mystery fiction, Edwin Balmer. It starts in tcmorrotm' Chio4a Sunday Tribune. Phone your newsdealer now to reserve your copy. Don't Miss this Amazing Story - It Starts' in TOMORROW'S Sunday "TOOT "m TTP t 61 'ft H Order your Chicago Sunday Tribane in advance. Phona your newsdealer. WITTER & FITZGERALD, Wholesale Distributor Chic ago Tribune. Phone 401. 567 Bulletin St., Hammond, Ind. 45tS?r5 PTPV9 jr-ftK rTrr jtH KVf J-WSr VAwi.T.'dr iJW.;..L - Airf".r in mm Mil mvm ma ma m iin imm mrm mim rmm mm mm nmn rrtr mm mi JFvfrz. 'n ?r-9 ,!'TGT'r?f CTrrfV i ttm h'rttft mitn uiijii uijiii iiifiiJ' MiiiF Jjmu uiiii op a Pivljak anrl wife. I,. 23. r.. 8. I-ogan Tark Add. VufTust Tokos and wif? to Mir tin It. P.ciPR et al. I.s. 15. 17. II. 10. Oak Tark -khi INDIANA HARBOR. East Chicago Co. to Bella Selfer, Ls. 27. 2S. B. 13. 3rd Add Chas. J. nillstrom and wifs to Albert Paul & Rozl, L. 4. B. 71, Indiana Harfcor East Chicago Co. to Marko In- b!Ja and wife. L. 6, B. 3T. In diana Harbor East OhH-apro Co. to Richard A. 1? Baxter ot al. 27. 2S. B. 12. 4th Add. Richard A. B. Baxter and wife X.t Harry Goodman, I.. 27, B. 12. 4th Add. Walter E. Baxter and wife to Harry Goodman, I,. 28, B. 12, 4th Add. EAST GARY. Michael Krefca atid wife to Koy Crisman. L. 10. Krrb's 1st Add. HAMMOND. Zetta Cox and husband to Sam'I Z. Dunn and wife. L. it). B. 1. Birkhoffa Add. Martin D. Henrikson and wife to Chas. Demkovich and wife, Ls. 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.no 6. 7. B. AVilcox's l t AdJ. 2,400.00 2.000.00 B.-ckcr & Tripper Realtv Co. to J"-a rilri.li, L. 32. :. o. Oik- !a nd Add. ,'fi(. (to 1.00 Wayne K. Lowls (unmar.l to Charles Crumpacker. Ft. X. of Little Calumet River, X', NAV. ex. strip alone: N. sida NE. 8-36-7 1.00 EAST CHICAGI. East Chicago Co. to Smith EadT Davidson Co., L. V.o. B. 5. XE. 2o-z:-i i.oo Julian H. Touche (bach.) to Smilh B.'der Davidscn (-.i.. L. i 20. B. fi. NW. S:l-3;-! 1.00 Peti r "'!i rist i.-i nsn (lirnh.) to Andrew Paike. 1.. B. . NB. 2r-37-0 250.00 500 00 .Smith Bad.-r Dnvids'.rt Co. to j Martin R. Burke, I,. 2 3. B. 25, j NW. 29-37-0 1.00 510.00 j, hn Malak and wife to Gcuree j ,v I :. -n Ardelan. Ls. I 21, 21. B. 4. XE. 29-37-3 4. 000. 03 j Harry M. Johnson and wife to ! 1.0 !l : lhns C. Petersen and St-fa M.. L. 4i. S. S' L. 4T.. B. 17. j NW. 29-37-9 port j HOBART. 1.00 American Tr. & Siv. Bk. Tr. to Ella S. Roper. Ls. 6, 7, B. 4; Ls. 3, 8, B. 5; Ls. 5, 6. B. 6; Ls. 1, 10. B. 7; Ls. 3. 5, C. 7, K. l'. 13, B. ?; I.s. 1. 4. 5. !. B. ': Ls. ::. 4. B. 10; Cory Ilo barf Sub. 5WAP SECRETS i.i.. I Naturally Felt Important. "Who was the lady who Jut now complained, to the rnnnnger that a clerk bad not shown her the proppr respect?" "That was Mrs. Slashby." "She looked Important." "She has a rlRht to feel Important. She's owed this firm ovpr Tl.ooo for the pat six months.'- r.irniiriclir.rn Ag-II-n:2i!. COM COWjICvIEIIS must! m AVINTER SUITiY KOW Cons umers must 'buy tlwir winter supply at ConXdixrng iha Spring aid Suimnur ir . siarajfa iT TrocUu-t km k to Le rS ! maintattwd. at a nwximnra atuxtoc country ciuWcvi. io av- ikl a scricnr! litis XSraUr . M TT7K.X. .A. nJJI m s. J. UL Two tricks o' trade are better than one, and you can learn much from your neighbor about canning and dry-"'g'- Free book of instructions on canning- and drying may be bad from the National War Garden nainington, v. y, tor two cents pay postaso to FASHION'S By Annabel LADY'S AND FORECAST. Worthington. MISS' BLOUSE. Throw Away Old Bulb. An soon as on electric bulb black ens throw It evrey; old bulbs consume more current than new ones. Buy a Thrift Stamp and lick ths Hun. The aaparau Moose can work woBdew In the way of fresh enlnj- u old dreae or adding a tooch of eofor to a rport coatnme. The atyle shown in No. 8913 ia the easieet possible kind to make, and it has a jannty air which is helped by the sasb, which is tied at the back. The front edges are rolled back to form rereres at the neck and a collar in fancy outline is attached. The long sleeres are gathered into deep cuffs, but the shorter length without cuffs may be used if preferred. Odd triangular pockets are stitched at the sides. The lady'a and miss blouse pattern Jia. 8013 is cut in seren eies 16, IS years and 36 to 44 inches bust measure The 36 inch size requires 2b yards 36 inch, or 2V4 yards 40 inch, with ysrd 36 inch contrasting material Price 10 cants.