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t 5 Six THE TIME& September 23. im. iJUMfijiii "litif r r' l4r "--.r.;&JE fir mac 5 1 n fin F T TT 1 He M (f1 1 f t H IT 9 i F M i ? i.i I II r -3 f 31 1 IPn 1 J -3 18 I ALBERT BA Block TES, Manager shingtoi INDIANA IND. tr"A i 41 i inr'fritiwi HM 111 M I. !' .J u MIU.'S nil nit Mvm"er'ii jihiiiii)U.iiiij II jc ifrrTrfrllVrfr -r'-'-X-SX'L U''- hii,iiii nn.nu i-im njifjugi.!it-;inij.iitm;ipn tfiTA'- ,.tyj .- n." i 11 uw,' ".4 AMEHICA TO ABOLISH SEGBEGY views ani say "Whether thy think I am mistaken in my intrrrptatinn of the issues hfcauso unity of council is as tsentials of unity of ocunoil Is mand. Third; That th w'nle ivorld mav knmv that America w;il n-t h a party to a p-ace tl;at fs one nation suffer to tho pr-fit of another, that this ration insists iipnn J jsticf- to friend and? mifs alike and wp insist that the f.a- negotiations shall he public to the world. WASHINGTON. 5pt. IS. Piesidpnt V:lson has served notire on th Euro poan chanrellorif-s allied as well as Teuton that they must scrap their eld stjle of state craft if an enduring peace is to mme out of the great war. It may he stated semi-off Icially that th purpose behind the presidents New York address was three-fold, namely: First: That the wishes of th people m-ist be followed and the war aims r ia rifled. ooond; Thev mav discuss America's LIKE SO. TO VOTE OHU HOSPITAL Board Will Put Question of Tuberculosis Sanitarium . Up to Voters. mined to the voters at the next regular c-lection. The amount of tax to he levied for tho establishment nf the hospital is tf hf 2'i fonts por $!"() and the maxi mum amount of money to be expended ;n the purchnsinsr of or building of such a hosiital is to bo fixed at $10i,i.ii0. The peti-ion was duly considered by the commission' rs and they ordered Auditor G. M. Foland to draw up and npiT to th' board of election commis sioners in compliance wi'h the petition, v.ln. h order is in the following: .form: I "To Hoard of Klection Commissioners j of Lake County: The followm ballot J will bo .submitted to the voters of L,.ik ; County on Nov. o. Shall the County of j I-ake establish a hospital .for treatment rf tubT -ulosir at a cost to Lake County, j sum not to exceed 5 1 '..''.(. 355 buyers. Vice Chairman True of the East Chi caco industrial division sold to f,4i5 buers. The industries of this part or town employe 7.553 people. A total of f 713. worth of bonds were taken by employes and $r:;6.2nfl by the companies in Mr. True's division. Mr. Kunkry's Kast Chicago commercial division sold to 1.004 buyers who took $l;o,030. RECAPITULATION. lave, to Michigan ave. and south to Guth-jto fourtten years and the rest with the rie where once more the welkin rang exception of (;ra Icy. r.uconich and the with the report of salutes, firecrackers, I.ewandowskt's, who will stand trial. yells, etc. jrab.rc; thence, south on Fir j will plead guilty. st. to the residence of John V. I.ees at I s?nj.K , nn ox-convict, having served the comer of 135th St.. where for the j thiPt.Pn months at Jeff, rsonville on a eleve nth time the bombs were planted. simjar rharKP nnd Wetzbrrger and the Kock bos all liave police iccorus. and with the ex-option of D-snny and Mrs. Mr. I.ees appeared, congratulated the I ot,,:iv .nil of the cane ; workers on tr.eir enthusiasm ana pre-' the red fire set. the fire crackers turned 1 loose ami yells rent the air. 1 congratulated the I would and with the aid of Linn, Knctts. Jo;i.-s ;:nd Stout worked on the case day and night. fO LOMBIft ina THEATER Indiana Harjor. PrFictAT. ". o Tub Times CROWN POINT, IND., Sept. IS. The question of a tuberculosis hospital for Lake county will b" a question for the. voters to decided on Nov. ,"h, as a pe tition has been pri-sented to the county commissioners, ti;;ne.l by II. S. Xorton and "10 others, nskimr that rlio estab lishment of such an institution be sub- The Indiana Harbor section of the ' dieted that once more the city city sold to 11,759 buyers who took $1.-! r.ake a most eniabl? record. .01,350 worth. Kast Chicago section j It is safe to say that the city was produced 7.451 buers. taking: 51,131.450. thoroughly awakened to the fact that The city's 37 industries bad a fine or. i Kast Chicago and Indiana Harbor were eanization. In each plant a captain; out to win in the Fourth Liberty Loan was stationed. The Inland Pteel, ttie t)!K-i drive. The celebration was a surprise gest industry, rroduced number of subscribers. EAST CHICAGO 13 A MILLION OVER QUOTA (Continued from rn?e one.) cashier First National Bank, respec tively. WHAT THEY DID. In Vice Chairman Lee's Indiana Har bor industrial division a total of 10.S03 subscriptions were secured. Ther.- arc 14.14 employ.-s. Sales amounted t S 1 ,f. 7 b.'.O'i, of u Iiich $116,750 ere com pany subscriptions. The Harbor commercial division, hcad. d by Mr. Carroll, sob! ?I:5fl to the greatest A fine record was also made by the new industry, the ?J!ark Manufacturing- company, where every employe bought a bond. 21,707 EMPLOYES. ' to the inhabitants, some of whom mis- took the affair for a celebration of the victory against the Germans that is surely on Its way. People appenred at windows and doors in all degrees of disenhabille and many of them especial- bave police records. police say it is the best coupe in the annals of the police depart merit for miry years. Detective Scigeati.s Linn and Knot's 1 of the Gary police and ?pe, ia! Agents Jones r.ti'i 5n.ut are. credited with the clearing up of the mystery, which has been Kins n tor a year and a half. For a week prior to the arrest of the car thieves ton special agents from other GET 10 PER CENT INCREASE The Aetna Explosives Company, Inc., announce a ten per cent increase in jna'S .rrective uvtCDer 1. the Aetna plant. This increase affects pract: -a'.ly a'l employes on the works' payroll n'j:i liei:ng about 55." men. The above increase "comes at thi time through an order tecent'.y ie-,-eived from the Cn ted States Goveir rent and her Allies whereby the local plant will yeiy ir.aterialy increase present prod 'i- t ion. I miiJSm 'ufi:f-iim-ir ahrfrTMahJLfr'--A.,.y.-fc 2ii-t.:,.'jaei' tiA iiPf-f 6oRt'OM GRtFTITH AS "A1-, M ! .1 ' V il.u.iu. 1.1 141 1 "jmw "i"1 J1.".. WHAT' PERCENTAGE OF S LATE. ARE YOU f OUT I INO .1 for. v. X V. -'.i Mi- l c,- -c-. ' J-' AV". AS - Mm ROUND-UP OF BO XCAR EOCDLERS (Continued from pairs one.) f V.W - Ihin Q(- TnET APES" 3 FOR TODAY AND SUNDAY g d What thoy say about . "TARZAN OF THE APES" New York Pun "It is just the kind of picture.',' Now York World "Only one word fits it. It is marvelous." New York Herald "More thrills than Broadway is used to." Pauline Fredericks "It ia a wonder and you will say it as tounds, it is bcyon 1 belief, it startles, it entertains." This is the Film Triumph of the Age Don't Miss It. Mazinova will be 6hown in a Bond Film Today, and George Bevan in a Bond Film Tomorrow Columbia Theater Indiana Harbor. When you Buy Coal Here You Get Coal that Has Been Properly Screened. Instead of paying for slate, shale, dust and dirt, you receive the full value of your money in COAL that is ALL COAL. Our juices are no higher than others get for ORDINARY COAL. One order here will convince you 1 1 at there is a vast difference in .d. fW "' '";.'', V 'W". I Jll,-'. I Will ' mvvyt!jMj r'.; -.,- rr j,-vrwi. iff .rfffiV'; file' j?'' '- '"' ---"V '- - '- Incidentally the loan figures bring out j ly in the foreign quarters were quite ex the growing industrial importance of I cited over the disturbance. East Chicago, shoving that there are Something of the nature and extent of now 21.707 persons on the payrolls of the noise Is indicated by the fact tha-t the .17 industries. the celebrants used one gross of red Complete statistics, including plant lights; si strings of Chinese ftrccrack showings and sales made by wards, are ers, lO.OoO in a string; 24 strings. 5,000 showiu in the page advertisement else- In a string: six big trendi mortar sa where in tins issue of The Times. lutes; 48 smaller salutes; and unknown Th-3 lily of East Chicago has shown quantities of lesser explosives, if? patriotism," said Col. Waller 3. The city was thoroughly aroused. K'.iey, the chairman. "Xot only by the Many got out of bed to join the parade, amount subscribed, b-ut by the great This morning at nine sharp, when tli5 number of subscriptions is the' city's J hjg whistles began to blow for the open patriotism in evidence. A splendid lot j ing of the drive, the workers got busy of men and women hav made this pes- j n over the city. sible, and I cannot say too much In praise of the women." IT WAS A GREAT NIGHT. East Chicago opened the liberty loan drive at twt-iv" o'clock with an overture of "bombs, i'recr ckers. red lire, trench jio -t'.- sa'" o, o a band.s, etc. j lie liist bomb vas tirtd .xactlv on lh- hour and th" fusillade con r.iued un til aftr- two r,' -l-i.-'--. it was headed by Col. Wain, r j . l.,l. y, city itialrman and Mayor McCormaok who were ably as sisted by the vice presidents, ward cap tains and a number of enthusiastic workers. The procession started at the Eas ! Chicago headquarters moved north on ! Forsyth ave. to 145th St.. east to Tod : ave. and north M 1 P!rd St. where a ! Mop was made and 'he big guns fired. 1 The activities here characterized each j top and were somewhat oti this line: i lied fire sticks were planted on each i of the. four corners; strings of fire- crackers, o.uuu in Burnt,, .iu..t, , nn tbe Brtian.nt costs: from the center I liaa rt-ccnet. .n j of the street several of the big trench I mortar salutes were fired, automobiles j gathered containing big, husky voiced j enthusiasts; the dm was something ter rific. I From this corner, the parade proceed j ed noith to 141st st.. west to Forsyth ave.. south, to 141!h st. where a stop was made at the corner of Earing ave.; south on Earing nvo. to Chicago ave., west to Xorthcote ave, south to 14 mil St.. where another stop was made at the corner: south on Xorthcote to 150th st., east to Olcott ave., north to Chicago ave., thence ast by way of Vernon ave. to Alexander eve., south to ll!th St., where the fifth stop was made; then soutlon Alexander ave. to 1,'Oth str., (ast to Melville ave.. north to chiejico ace. and east to Ken nedy ave. wh-'-re the sixth stop was made; the bunch then proceeded to In diana Harbor, down Michigan ave. to 13Sth St., east to Tvy St.. south to 140th St.. where the seventh stop was made; then east to Cedar st. and north on Cedar to 137th St.. where the eighth stop was made; north via of Washing ton st. to Elock ave. where the flre- t works were neain toucr.cu on, on'-..ioi 2 -it ',A - H -TV ! railroad-.; w re brought into the case.tho'i Vl X Mr A Mil .r J I,, , ; - ' i.iM.ii it' us-. i . . - .A CI. I EigM r-.ert nd en woman were ar rest id in the drag net through the con fession of the bader. Corneal Smith, of Hammond, who was suspieioned by Mr Huffman at West Gary when Smith tried lii soli him a box of cigars. The gang operating under the leader ship of Smith, have plundered freight 'cars on lh Pennsylvania. Michigan I Contra!. Wabash, .Vickie Elate and Vm I l on to the value in dry goods, clothing !'. igars and cigarettes and merchandise of SI1. 000. Jl.oOO f the plunder bein ! recovered bv the police at the Eewan- j dovvski's general i.-.r rchandise store at 1640 Massachusetts street, i.nry, vvno j stolen goods. I The principals in the thctts are: t red I W. Gradey. former saloonkeeper, C73 j Calumet avenue. Hammond. charged with receiving- stolen Roods; Florence AVestbcrger. 316 Truman street. Ham mond, charged with burglary: tatherine I.evvandovv ski. her husband. Julius I.e v amlowski. and his half brother. Anton Kaozkowski, proprietors of a gi nerai merchandise store. 1645 Massachusetts street. Gary, charged with receiving stolen goods; Matt Euconich. proprietor of ihe roadhouse at ("lark road and Ninth avenue. Gary, said by the police to be n "notorious character." who bought five cases of the stolen cigar ettes: Leonard and Albert Kock. "C State street. Hammond, charged witiij b irglarv: Kmnitli I -tmy. former man- J ager of the five and ten nt store sti.eK ::t Hammond, charged with burglary, and with his wife v.-s apprehended in an isolated house between Marion and Anderson. "Ind., where they had fled when Smith squealed. Smith, the ringleader of the gang, plead guilty and was given a sentence of two to fourteen years at Michigan C'ilv. E.czkovrski was g'ven from one -.-"'"erf V "jT 'l t J ri y r , y !-. Tl -li t - ' f, . j 8 LAUGH LAUGH LAUGH Y rOV are in for th treat of t!ie rbi-. l.Er..tit 'L iif. ' r?T-'t .i '-j-tj . TMC liT.AiT V Ml :..iI r'. v. KollKy :.f . biggtst "'I ii i. rr. AVhat (b.v don't do to cimic.rol Fmyffpr Is : n. uii srrran; with Joy. it ro:ir witli lanqli-er. T uke -.'. t'Hmil.. :t'i thi t oin- i'.n t. 1 ;:tu:?'is i:-' SAOh !;-.:i-. it. Family Theatre TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Saturday. Sunday From 1 :'.)() to 10:30 Added Attraction Tonight CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG and WILTON LACK YE in "TRILBY" Sunday Added Attraction ETHEL CLAYTON in "EASY MONEY" Admission: Adults 17c; Children 11c. Including war tax. I 1 i!