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Wednesday. Dec. 4. 1918.
IB.'. """ ' unii iT in 1 1 ii mi amm THE TIMES. Page Tfate Pi i ii t : . f .ill n v ii A 3E3HBaBaE8HB3W ftgTJt--?uI-H!f!ftUri'lii' GERMAN KIDS MAKE FACES AT YANKS WITH THE AMERICANS IN PRUS SIA, Dec. 4. Having entered scores of villages r.nd occupied thousands of square miles of German territory, the Americans tonight are ten miles near er the Rhine. The inhabitants are sullen and in different and there have been no signs nf hostility. Children make faces at The soldiers and at one place bits of coal were thrown. Over-charsins of Americans Is pro hibited by the workingmen'l and sol diers' council at Treves. Several ho tels and the federal building: have been taken by the Americans with the consent of the city officials as bil lets. Near Treves a party of Germs, noffl rers are waiting- to turn over 120 aeroplanes valued at one million, flve husndred thousand dollars, according to the armistice. LABOR TO FIGHT FOR GOVERNMENT x OWNERSHIP fBT United Press. tFAJSHINGTON, Dec 4. Organised la bor 'today was moving Its forces on con- jrress for the battle to have the govern ment retain the railroads. Indications ; point to the labor unions as the leaders ;in the fight for government ownership. In the house many representatives favor ' government railroad ownership. FOOD SITUATION BADIN BERLIN tUwiTo Pxess Cablegram BEkJLIN. Deo. 4. The food situation tn Berlin-Is rapidly- becoming more ser ious. Since Friday the price of an or dinary meal has advanced six marks, IThe same being $1.50. The military gov ernor of Berlin commanding 10,000 Quickly Eased By Penetrating Hamlin) Wizard OH A safe sod harmless preparation 4to relieve the pains of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago is Hamlin's Wiaard OIL It penetrates -quickly, drives out soreness, and limbers up 4 aching joints and muscles. You will find almost daily uses for it in cases of sudden mishaps or ac cidents such as sprains, bruises, cots, burns, bites and stings. Just as re liable, too, for earache, toothache, croup and colic. Get it from drufrgirts tor 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have akk headache? Just try Wizard Lrrer Whips, pleasant little pinfc pills, 3 cents. Guaranteed, i u i 4 RHEUf ATIC PAINS rn troops has the only force available to preserve order. Thousands of war crip ples are in the outskirts of Berlin. For fear their appearance will inflame the populace they are not permitted to en ter the city. CONGRESS DISCUSSES 14 PEACE TERMS Bt United Prsjhs.1 WASHINGTON, Dec 4 The presi dent's fourteen peace terms were the points of dlscussLpn and criticism on the rart of congress today, the result of a resolution introduced by Senator Frel inghuysen of New Jersey, calling for an Interpretation of the terms. The New Jersey senator said it could not be said that the terms represented the American people because no inter pretation had yet been made. HEDFELD IN ADDRESS By United Press. ATLANTIC CITT. Dec 4. "Beware the temptation t lay rash hands up on wages." This was the advice Secretary of Commerce Redfleld laid most empha sis upon In an address before the reconstruction congress of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce here today. "Concentrate your thoughts on out puts," he said. "The responsive pow er of contended labor is the greatest force in production." Redfleld said it is Important that America keep up her merchant marine. He warned against any attempt on the part of the country "to grab all the -world trade, thereby becoming rich and fat. but possibly winning at the same time the contempt of the world." YANKS ARE NEAR COBLENZ rtTNiTBD Puns Cablegram. "WITH THE AMERICANS IN PRUS SIA, Dec. 4. The American army marching In the Moselle valley today arrived within less than forty miles of Coblens, reaching the towns of Wigtllch and Berncastle. Several other towns in that vicinity were occupied. DEMOBILIZATION CENTERS Bt United Press. WASHINGTON. Dec. 4. The war de partment today designated as demob ilization centers twenty-nine Ameri can cantonments. Included in the list of cantonments is Camp Taylor, Louisville. POLES ISSUE ULTIMATUM United Press Cabi-boram PARIS, Dee. 4. The Polls govern ment several days ago addressed an Ml- 1 j ultimatum to the German government demanding the immediate evacuation of Ik!lsh territory occupied by Ger man troops. THE TIES' FINANCIAL COLUMN December 4. Atchison 94 H American Beet Sugar 5-V4 American Car Fdry. 84 H American Locomotive 61 Anaoonda 65 American Smelting 84 M Brooklyn Rapid Transit 38 Baldwin Locomotive "4 Baltimore and Ohio 65 V4 American Can Co. 4514 New York Central 73 Colorado Fuel 39 Central Leather 60 Chesapeake and Ohio 68 4 Crucible Steel 56 American oieei ran. 83 General Electric 156'. Great Northern 98 International Paper 83 Norfolk and Western 106 Northern Pacific 96 Pennsylvania 4 7 i Peoples Gas 53 Republic Iron and Steel 74 hi Reading 84 H U. S. Rubber 74 M American Sugar 110 Southern Pacific 103 Southern Rallwa y 31 Chgo. Mil. and St. Paul 46 Texas Oil 186 United Cigars 104 U. S. Steel 96 Union Pacific 130 Utah Copper 78 M Willys Overland 26 Sinclair Oil 30 X-tSXBTT BOITSS. 3s 198.73 4s 94.90 4s, conv. mi '. 93.90 4s v 98.08 4s, conv. SHs 97.64 4S. conv. 4s 96.08 4th 4 Us , 96.30 VEAL 50-60 lbs.. 19 20c; 80-90 lbs.. 19H821e: 90-10 lbs., 222Ic; fancy, 23Hc; heavyweight kidneys. 1315c; coarse, 13c. . - PTATOES Cars, 10; "Wisconsln-Min- fnesota, 1.601.7O. C-.XCAOO O-LATrr ICTTJEIS. CORN Dec. $1.34: Jan.. $1.33; Feb. $1.33; March. $1.33. OATS Dec. 73c; Jan.. 73c; Feb.. 73 c; March. 73 c. CKioaao x-nra stock. HOGS Receipts. 34.000; market, higher and steady; rough, $16.36 916.80; light. $17.16 017.75; pigs, $14.00 015.75: butcher. $17.65 17.90; packing, $16.90 17.60. CATTLE Receipts. 12.000; market. 25 up; beeves. $9.75020.26; cows, $6.76 014.25; slockers-feeders, $7.00013.25; nnprnh?n 1 1 11 1 1 1 r 1 t 1 jyj.kj u wmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmr. w fade Truck Bodies and Gabs, any 'Style TV W Jii AVE tive call for specifications and give quotations or Phone Hammond 3200 Truck Department canners. $S.00.S5; calves, $17.60018. 00; butchers, $6.76014.25. CK-CAQO PtODUCX. BUTTER Creamery extras. 67c; creamery firsts. 610 63c; firsts. 58 60c; seconds, 64 0 67c. EGGS Ordinaries, 68 0 55c; firsts, 64 LIVE POULTRY Fowls. 17021e; ducks, 24c; geese. 22ic; springs, 22c; turkeys, 24c. GRIFFITH The Postmistress earnestly requests that r.ll persons buying War Savings Stamps to purchase them the first part of the month, so her reports can be turned in early, owing to the busy season the last of the month. Redeem all pledges. Mr. Bartfen. foreman of the extra gang on the C. & O. is recovering from an attack of the "flu." Mr. Henderson has accepted the po sition of pumpman on the C. & O.. recently vacated by Mr. Nlckerson. William Shlrrill. who has been em ployed as telegrapher on th E. J. & K.. has accepted a position at Chicago Heights. Mrs. Grimmer, Sr., is improving and la able to sit up for a short time. The C. & O. had four cars of coal" off on their main track, Sunday, the wrecker front Chicago being called. Henry Ploughs are occupying the flat recently vacated by Harold Down in g's. Nick Minnlngers are improving as fast as can be expected, there are two down with the smallpox. They hope to be released In a week. Rev. Davis, the new district super intendent will preach next Sunday af ternoon at three o'clock, following the Sunday school hour. Tell your friends and all come out and get acquainted. Encouraging reports come from Ma thlas Schutz. who Is at St. Margaret's hospital, where he underwent an oper ation for appendicitis. DYER NEWS Mrs. Jos. Endres visited at Ham mond recently. Mrs. Jos. Kellman visited with her mother. Mrs. Smith, at Turkey Creek, who was seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kaiser from Westvllle are visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Watch Hlllrlch and son Howard and family visited with Mr. Petetr Gettler and family. Miss Madeline Rletman transacted business at Dyer Tuesday. Some of the members of the E. C. Brewer's family are on the sick list. Mr.' George Davis recently moved into the house formely belonging to Mrs. Noble. JURY FINDS FOR THE DEFENDANT A municipality is not responsible for the action of the hind legs of a horse that happens to be owned by the stree department, according to a jury In the court ' of Judge Reiter, which found for the defendant la the suit of William J. Gordon for $10,000 dam ages. The case was concluded yes terday after being on trial four days. Mr. Gordon was kicked oft the rear seat of a motorcycle by a horse own- E ar builders our representa ed by the city of East Chicago. The experience was a mean one for Gor don and resulted ifi painful Injuries. The horse. It was claimed. ha been frightened by the motorcycle. HEIMKES AND STANDARDS IN A TIE 7 TO 7 . (By A FAN.) ' The Standard Athletic Club of Ham mond wore held to a tie by the fast Hcimke Steamrollers Sunday by a score of 7 to 7 at Morris Park. This was certainly a corking good match from the first whistle. The Stand ards scored in the first fiv minutes of play a pass from llaszimakl to Col lins, netted 30 yards and a touchodwn. There was no goal posts so that's why the score was a tie. Otherwise maybe either side would not kick the goal. The features of the brilliant line 'bucking of the Standard fullback, Andie Daniels. The game was also featured by the skirting of the ends by RadzimsUI and Collins and also the passing of Radzimskl. Gluke Warne, Hudson and Tague starred for Steamrollers. Warne and Hudson played on this year's Clabby team and wer stopped mostly every time. Gluke's longest gain during the game was ten yards. These two trams will play this t'e ofT at 2:30 on Har rison Park gridiron. The Sunday af ter the Stanrarl will go to play the strong allied A. C. of Chicago. They claim to be. one of the best teams around Chicago and vicinity at 135 pounds. The Standards will use the same lineup as lat Sunday: J. Collins, I E. : Pouch. L. T.; Mike Yurchak, L. O.; Salczynski, C; Lund quint. R. G.. Itialka, R. T.; Stodola, R. E. ; Radzimskl, Q. B. ; Chmielewski, I. H.; Daniels, F. B; E Collins. R. H. TWIN CITY EWS NOTES te-&li&3agV5 Katherlne Howard, 4318 Olcott are., I'lione 2.S3. will he pleased 4o write and receive social news and advertising for The Times, also Job work of all description promptly and well done. 11-22-tf To provide Christmas cheer for chil dren of the war-torn countries, char itably inclined people have created a fund1 and enlisted the aid of the club women throughout the country, the summons coming direct from the fed "'ntlon of clubs. A date of December 15th has' been set as the last day on which money my be accepted for this cause. Indiana Harbor club, through its president. Mrs. John R. Farovid, has made, the appointment of Mrs. Claire Stephens of 3834 Ivy street, phone 1220-M to accept donations for this fund. But one notice has ap peared heretofore regarding the col lection of dollars to be applied to this fund, for that reason it is probable that the public has not had time to acquaint Itself fully of the purpose of the fund created. Several dollars of High or size L (Qha fflmitM N iiaciffliiinierry Sheffield and Chicago Avenues Hammond, Indiana. have come in but many more will be needed if Indiana Harbor Is to be j well represented in tho offering of her chare to make the kiddies happy. Surely, no denial for so small a sum could be met with at a time wher the children of these countries .should bo recognized in their need and long ing for a glimpse of tl?e things our own children will receive. As. the time for solicitation Is short, will you not forwarded dollar as early as pos sible and earn the gratitude of little children who suffered Immeasurably by the punishment inflicted upon their Innocent heads with the cruel war just ended. A list of donors will be published next week. Mrs. Alexander Monroe, wife of Rev. Monroe, former pastor of the Congre gational church of this city and now of Michigan City, where her husband holds a pastorate was in this town visiting old time friends for a few days before her going to Oak Park in Chicago, where she attends the Missionary Convention. The regular meeting of the E. Chi cago O. E. S. "Chapter will occur to morrow evening with the annual elec tion of officers. This is also payment of dues night and all members are urgently requested to be in attend ance. Mrs. George Miller of Fir street en tertained at a party yesterday after noon in which the ladies spent the afternoon with knitting, enjoying a delightful luncheon at its conclusion. The Lady Maccabees of Ellles Hive, will elect officers at their meeting to morrow evening held in the Auditor ium Hall In Michigan avenue. There is to be initiation of candidates as well and all members asked to be in attendance. Housewives of East- Chicago are asked to save all tin foil and pewter and when they have gathered same to notify Mrs. Jesse Thompson, who has charge of the collection to be turn ed over to the Red Cross. Her phone number if 400-W. The No-Name Club met with Mrs. George Reuss in Grasselll last eve ning and the members piled their needles in the completion of a Red Cross layette. A Christmas party to take place after the holiday season was discussed and arranged for. The Mesdames Harry Bloomberg and H. E. Davis attended the Grand Opera performance at the Auditorium in Chicago last evening to hear Cali Curci sing. Mayflower . Camp, Royal Neighbors, will meet tomorrow evening to hold their annual election of officers. All members are asked to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Stephens of Ivy street had prepared dinner to which Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stephens were the invited guests, but the arrival of Har ry Davis, former cashier at the Cit izens Trust and Savings Bank, back from the war zone, with an accom panying party of friends which in cluded Dale Shook, Dr. and Mrs. F. Stephens, Dr. and Mrs. L C. Emin heiser, enlarged the assembly of guests at the host and hostess's house and so quickly were the arrange ments made to include a few more that a merry party participated in the event. Of course Mr. Davis was the centre of attraction and his friends are glad to welcome him back to their midst. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that I will not o Potait be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife. Mrs. Florence Kelly, she having left my bed and board without lust case. (Signed) CHARLES E. KELLY. 12-4- East Chicago, Ind. Mrs. T. R. Angers of South Olcott avenue and her little daughter have been both ill with the flu. There is an Improvement shown in their conditions Mrs. Edward Houser, formerly Miss Lillian Dixon of East Chicago, is ill with the influenza at her home in Har vey, 111. She visited her parents' home the C. H. Dixons of South Magoun ave nue a week ago and upon her return manifested the first signs of the malady. James Clements, who conducts a tin ning shop In South Olcott avenue, is confined to his home with illness, sup posedly the flu and his helper who lives in Michigan City is sharing a like fate. Mrs. John V. Reardon of North Tod avenue is the hostess to the NuEpsilom Club this week at their meeting tomor row evening. Mrs. LaVerne Mapes of Grapevine street Is reported better of a recent at tack of the flu. The Luther League of East Chicago will meet this coming Friday night in the parlors of the church. Mrs. H. K. Groves of Northcots ave nue who flas been out-of-town on a visit to her sister's home at Fort Madison. Iowa, is returning here the latter rart of the week. The sister. Mrs. S. H. Hesse, who was Miss Laura Johnston of this city often makes visits to the home of her mother, Mrs. Jotinston. an1 other relatives of East Chicago atn Crown Point where her brother County Recorder August Johnstone resides vih his family. The first English lecture to be held this year at the Congregational B'nai Israel is date for this coming Friday evening, 8 o'clock at the Temple. Tlf subject selected is "Modern Judaism" delivered by the pastor. Rabbi Daskall. The young people of the faith are earn estly urged to be present. Mrs. Jack Loftus of 144th street i recovering from an Illness which re sembled that of Influenza. Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That Is the joyful cry of, thousands since Dr. Etf wards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomeL Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician f of 17 years and calomel's old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablet: while treating patients for chronic cor Etipation and .torpid livers. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, but a healing; soothing vegetable laxative. No griping is the "keynote of these little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets. They cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth" row and then a bad breath a dull, tired feeling sick headache torpid Liver and are constipated, youll find quick, sure and only pleasant results from oneor two lit tle Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime. Thousands take one or two every night Just to keep right. Try them. 10c and 25c per box All druggists. 5 Co QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION