Newspaper Page Text
Thursdnv. Jnlv 31. IfHD.
THE TIMES. Pane Five. POSTPONE SPECIAL S r TINES P!'REU AT STATE CAPITAL! INDIANAPOLIS. In.i., July Con siderable doubr as to when Gov. iloorl-t-'-'n eall a special s'ssion of ih . legislature to ratify tin- federal ufi'r.-gc " Vi' ruim. nt h if arisen as a result of his decision to r-'trono the rrc-pi'-Sfil session !;- to the opinion of Attorney 'loner;.! Sf.-insbury t hat money from next ear's !'! .ropriations may be supplied state in nitutinns at this time. tie-v. -,o(. iri.'h him.-o-!-" is non-cmmit-fil. Ho refused to dis.-uss the eiest i.n vf '.Okt, h will call a session or whet h-- a session will bo called at ail. Sun'- leaders h-re are doaianding that the 1- gi.-Citure t' o.'.Ikd soon ii: or dor that Indiana may he anion?; tl-,. . ,i. , j,, rati fy the amendment this -ar. The necessity for the ratification of !e anifrt'lmcnt was given bv the g.-v.-r-: 'r as thf rea.-on for 'he proposed 5-,-s-f'"n anl tts post pom rt af'tr '!; f nanci c PiS i rrasm r.t of the state in-stitu'ci-s hail wcn relievo,) cam- a, !-!tnr'hmj of a. surprise. Several mon'hs '! ' 'Jo v. Goodrich sen: !-; rs to er rors of orh. r states asii.r.g them if the : v.tmI-1 call sessions for the- ratification ef the amendment. It is understood that most of thom aari cd ar..l it ivn thought at this time that this fi.t had s'rnish ""od the jrcvernor's determination ; av- id 3 session i M ir.y believe., however, 'hat 'he gov. : TV.i-r .acted w isely !ii po- p -nm g tb S'-s-j ston. Th-"-re uis a great deal of im.-.r- : t !nty as to whr r;;iht hrt done rv,- ! There was considerable f ar that the i law r;;:--ht bo attacked. Ad mi n: st r '( t : ' loaders b--l!eve that after 'he tax rates re fixed opposition to the law will ooa.se i find 'here will riot ho so much danger of its heir. r upset. The p. s' rone n on t or tho sreeial ses IIAiR ON FACE DISAPPEARS QUICK TTie most effertfre, enTenlet and harinleita way to rmove katr la with Deniracle. the orlnlaal aonltary liquid. It acta Malrkly wita. eertntuty and abaelotn Mte ty. Itraalta from lta aae are Im mediate and Iaatina (aly icennlae I M f mrle, the 01-ltrinal nanitarr- liaaiA, has a I money-back (oamtre la earh parkaire. At toilet conatera In tO SI and f2 aiaea. or by Ball frwn a in plain wrapper am re ceipt of price. fRSE book walled tn plafa sealed eaTelop oh retraeat. De Mtraele. lltXU St. and Park Are. ew York. BASEBALL Hammond vs. Giintliers At Chicago Sunday Aug. 3rd Take Lnke St. car or Oak Park L di rect tn pirk, 17th and Lake St. 1 S3BS?3SSES.?i32S3ar3 aba.! .ia ;;;;; b -' ' ,k urn nf X 'v,a. . ... S. -S Buy Stock at Home In Successful Home Companies Gary National Life Insurance Company The Gary National Life Insuranc3 Company is a Gary Company. It ia making a -..ndcrtul record. Altlioiih little more than one year old, it is making a record equal to companies S and 10 years old. GARY NATIONAL ASSOCIATES COMPANY The Gary National Associates Company is a Gary Company. It is a mort a.ffe, loan and investment company. We make loans on tirst mortgages in tho Calumet region. And loans on farms in the best farming district in Indiana. Xo loans over o0" of the valuation. THE STfeCK We are selling f' participating preferred stock in the Gary National Associates Company, and stock in the Gary National Life Insurance Company, for a short time only in Gary and vicinity. Most of our stock we are selling in new territory outside of Gary. This is probably your last opportunity to ac quire stock in these two wonderfully successful companies. MORTGAGE EONDS We have a few gilt edge 5 farm mortgage bonds and 0 Calumet District improved real estate bonds. These arc coupon bonds backed by gilt edged mortgages. Not over 50 of the valuation of the property. For particulars, write, call or phone. GARY NATIONAL ASSOCIATES CO. M sion also had the effect of taking away from Lieut. Gov. Bush the opportunity of opening his campaign for the Repub lican nomination for governor in oppo sition to the administration. It Is un derstood ho was looking forward to tho sessioras a time when he could forward I his ambitions. A special session at this time unioub edly would have meant the juggling of many laws passed at tho regular session. probably resulting in consid- Table on-i fusion. The fact that th re could ho no) limitation, other than tho constitutional limitation, on the duration of tie- ses sion also was realized. It was genera'ly belie ed lh.it anything might happen at the session. As a result of the postpone ment, Indiana is afiam resting; easy, at b ast for a t i mo. NOTICE. Pr. c" . E. I'o irdmati. recently dis charged from the army service, his ;-e-op,.ned his "ffo.e at 522 Broadway, ilej no! is building. '-""". lr1. 1'iao- limited to ti ear, iiuse and ! 7-11S--W j i" COURT ROOM LOOKED LIKE AN ARSENAL Whtn th Chicago race riot nesrroes were beint: tried in the Gary police court, before J-.ide I'unn the other i!"rnin? the court room had the ap pearance of a young arsenal. A desk was covered with guns of all descrip tions, besides razors and viccus look ing knives. DISCHARGE AT CAMP MERRITT "Word has been received from A. P.. Tracers, formerly with th Central lrug Company in Gary, that he is new s.t. Camp Merritt .and will receive his discharge sometime thi.5 week. STREET CAR JUMPS TRACK Wtii'n rcund'rK the curve from Broadway onto 5th avenue, an Am bt.dge car Jjmped the tracks short ly, before six o'clock yesterday after noon, and tied up traffic for nearly 1") minutes. Luckily no one was In the car whi-'h came to tho end of its rlight when the rear end swur.ar aiound and crashed into the trolly pole at trie center of the street. No (iamage was done to speak of. SGT. KNOTT TO REPRESENT GARY Gary will be represented In the Grand American handicap trap shoot- USED FIFTY YEARS CLEARS SKIN AT ALL DRUCGISTS i i i In an' Around GAR Y What f$ Egyptian Love ? An ZQ iyi 1 "5 event at the South Shore Country Club, by Detective Sergeant Kalph Knott of the Jary police department next month, it was announced yester day. Sergeant Knott has been an ardent trap man since the days of the old Tolleston li ui Club and when it come to hurling: the clay birds out at diffl cut ancles, lie is the boy that can pick thorn rff. He starts on his va- atMn the first of the month and part of it will be .-pent at tho tournament. forme!Tgaeyman back on visit .Iams K. rowers, former assistant superintendent at the Gary Coke ov ens vas In Gary on a short business trip Tuesday of this week. H is now commoted with the engineering firm of Ijaoon and favis of New York City. BAND CONCERT AT TOLLESTON PARK Tolleston Park was the scene of the regular mid-weekly band concert last rh.ht and a la: Cf crowd heard the pleasing program. The next concert will bo held at the Kast S de Pnrfc next Wednes lac evenlr.K. according to I'irector ) l'. iiarer todiy.vThe program last nisht was as follows: Entry of th,e Gladiators, March Fuc;;ve. 'ivcrture Mirnir.K. Noon and Niamt Suppis. Meditation Reverie Morrison, Pawn of Loip. Moreeau Character istic Tiendix. Barcarolle From Tales of Huffman r ifi'enha--h. B .Miseirie from n Trovatore Verdi. Mazurka Kusse Ganne. Selection of Popular. Sonars Bem-;-ks litis--Iampe. March Stars and Stripes Sousa. RAIN SAVES CROPS. The lor.fr-locked-f or rain fe'.i in tiary and sourroundin g country this morninrr. coohnsj off the humidity and saving thousands of dollars worth of garden f tuff and crops whu h were reported fair ly burning up. The rain came up ah m' seven o'clock and with the cxceptiuii of about an hour and a half, it rained steady all morning. The clouds have th- npearance of on all-day rain. i OVERCOME BY HEAT. Believed to have, been overcome by the heat. Mrs. J. Barr, 412 Delaware street, Gary, swooned on the sidewalk 'n front of Siick's Laundry on 5th avenue yesterday afternoon Pr. Varrington was called and Mrs. Barr was removed to her home in Wil liams' ambulance. She is reported able to le up and around again today. GOOD RIDDANCE OF BAD RUBBISH By fining a dozen or more negro "Gun Toters" a sum of $210 for ear r in.g eonef-aled weapons i :v Gaiy, City Judge lmnn thr-w a scare into !b i-iriks of the '"; ago race rioters 'i-jt rday and siti -e t!i y have made t'leiTSel-e3 scai'Ce, It is f v'.d. nt th.ft they have got the word to steer ilear of Garv as on ly one mg.ro suspect has been arrest ee in the past twenty-four hours Pre vious the police had the city bastile filled with negroes who had come out to Gary to p irchase fire arms. QUITE SPELI, AT GARY POLICE HEADQUARTERS It was f.uite in Gary police c: roles f m .v EiYPTiMi Love Stoht V. CI By Mary Hostrtq? Bradley STARTS IN NEXT SUNDAYS CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE jesterday afternoon and last night and the police court this morning had a rather unusually gloomy aspect. There was only four cases all in violation of ci y i aiinances. The court room as a ride is Jammed every morning. Prepare City Budget. The task of comrilinp; Gary's 1?20 city budget had not been coinrilet.-d this morning, but will be ready lor tis a ijea ra nee before tho regular session of tiie oit council next Monday night it war i.nnounced. It is expected that th "i.'et i l nl mo., t tap the one mill on iln'br mark. RESPOND TO SMALL BLAZES The fire department responded to several alarms jesterday. ail of which were confined ( a small piss. One. of the runs was to North Uroadwav yes terday afternoon where fence north of the Lake. Shore depot is thought to; have boon set on fire t.y f,;,aik.s fiomj an engine. ' LABOR TROUBLE IS REPORTED Soire trouble between tome colored labor ortr.mizors and ' colored women was reported at T wen t y-Kou rt h and T;. ler street in Gary th!. motnin'-t and before it was stopped it. was neces sary to swear out a number of war rants. The nature of the trouble was r.ot learned. GARY NO PLACE FOR WHISKEY RUNNERS It cost William Turner, a Chioaco ror.ro. Just $M and sixty days in the county Jail at Crown Point to come oat to' Oary end peddle whiskey pp. .' '( iv, lie was arrested by tn PO- lice at the Pennsylvania !e ania depot, and i half pifts of whiskey were found on his th person. City J u dare lunn imposed S' nten'-e. MAY CALL OFF UNION GIANT GAME TiecatisA there is considerable senti ment being expressed regarding the White Eagles of Gary playing? a colore,; aggregation Sunday afternoon, it may be possible that they will cancel their game with the Union Giants of Chicago. On account of the seriousness of he Chicago race riot situation, it is thought tiiat it would be advisable to cano l the da'e for the time t.ejnc; j.iid, booii an other team. HIT BY JITNEY. Thomas Fmnerty, 0 years old, Connecticut street. Giry, was slightly injured during the rush hour at ."th and I'.roadway yesterday evening, when he was hit by a passenger jitney and in jured his foot. He was taken to the police station in the poi,.e patrol and was able to return home shortly after wards. The Occident ..ecu red about the same time, the Ambridge car jumped the track? at oth and P.roadway. NEW HOEL FOR GARY A new $7.".. "fin hotel will grace Wash- 6 Read Try There is an effort upon the part of enemies of the 0. K. Giant Battery Co. (spme of them in our lines and some outside) to circulate stories and various forms of propaganda against the Com pany. Their object is two -fold. Many of you know it. The True Condition is: There are sufficient brick on the ground at the factory site to complete the build ing. The steel trusses and steel window sash are ordered, shipped and expected to ar rive daily. It is impossible to continue the building until they arrive. Every effort is being made to hurry them along. The company is better off financially than it has ever been. MR. STOCKHOLDER DON'T ALLOW A FEW OF THESE SELF-STYLED AUTOCRATS TO RUIN YOUR BUSINESS! O. K. GIANT BATTER ington street in Gary according to the; announcement made in building circles yesterday. Andrew V. Anthony, head of the newly formed Calumet Hotel Company, will erect the building at Washington street and Seventeenth avenue. It wii! con tain in the neighborhood of 7,1 rooms. Architect Herbert lOncksim has -mp!-- c thf' plans and its creel lou will be started in the near future. BUT FEW PERMITS ISUED YESTERDAY nulldinir permits took, u slump at the buiidinu commissioner's office at the city hall In Gary jeslerday, when only two permits of minor importance were taken out. csterday was the iirst dull day in the past mor.'h. FAIL TO PUT UP WARNING LIGHTS I'nlcss certain building contractors in Gary stop violating a city ordinance in the future they me to be arrested and severely punished. This morning there' were five teports on the dope .l'eot, ae- : casing contractors of failing to pu1 upj lights of warning on buiiding material j lift on tho streets and sidewalks. One. of these d is sum-' o-oc is going to get j injured and the contractor is goimj to; have a big damage suit on his hands. BOND SALE FOR NEW LABOR TEMPLE According to the committees on the sale of bond for Gary's new $2r.n.non j Labor Temple, they are, meeting with; success eer where and the bonds arej hejng disposed of like hot cakes. Th.;; next sessi ui of the labor men will ne held next .Saturday evening. HURL DEFY AT HAMMOND Gary baseball fans are still anxiously waiting. So far they have heard no'hing of the challenge which the YVhite Kagles hurl ed at Hammond in there columns th" other day and say that Hammond is afiaid to play them. HOW STOCKS OPENED INTERNATIONAL NfWS SERVICEI NEW YOUK. July ill. Trading was light at tiie- opening of the stuck market tt day, there being active dealings in only a few i.ssu- 9 during the lu st quarter of an hour. I'nited Cigar Stores gained 4 to 219-V "but reacted quickly to il.i2. i'nited Retail Stores ope ned up 1 Ij to Ii'lO; and then declined to lv-i',. The standard issues generally showed little change's-. Marine emmon declined to 61 American International Corpor ation fell 1 ! to lR and then rose to lOS. Steel common gamed :4 and after falling to Ho.--., raiilied to m. Nov Haven gained to r.3'i, but quickly lost most of this gatn. American Hide and Leather common was up one point a: 4 1-,. a new high reoorei. and then ro le ted In il'f. This Official Statement Stocjklraoloeios SIS Broadway, Gary, Ind. There Are Only A Few Lots Left Unsold in Battery Park. NDIANA HARBOR The following Is the statement made before the. rate hearing commission in Chicago on behalf of the Indiana Har bor ( 'ivic club: "This is an organization of three hundred business, professional and oth erwise employed men for the purpose of promoting the civic, commercial ami in dustrial interests of th city and also nftnAr-ilmf wilh other mi r'ji i"'. v '--i v..i. .......p j civic and like organizations for the pro-j motion of the welfare of the entire j Calumet region. This organization isj not a traffic e.rganiza'.ior. and it has no. traffic experts following such cases as! this. "Our understanding of this case is. that certain interests within the state of Indiana claim discrimination between the rates locally within the state of In diana as compared with the rates lo;aliy within the state of Illinois; that the ruhlic Service Commission of Indiana hied a complaint to this effect with the I'nited States Railroad admins! ra t ion; that the United States P.ailroa 1 Admin istration ordered certain of its traffic committees to consider the complaint and to report their finding: fhr.t before the conclusion of such hearings the United States Railroad Admin isi rat 1 m withdrew the case from said c omra it tees and referred it to the Interstate Com merce. Commission for adv.ee and recommendation as to what. Lf anything, should be done with the complaint; mat the United States Railroad Administra tion is now recommending o the Inter state Commerce Commission that It should make a .nding that the eastern classification should De substituted lo cally within Illinois and the territory under the Illinois influence, for the Illi nois classification; and that rates now applying within Illinois bt changed ti some different basis which is now used in the eastern territory. "The Calumet region of Indiar.a is one cf the most important m.muf ic.urinsr centers in the United States, and Indi ana Harbor is an integral paxt of said region. Some twelve thousands of men are employed within Indiana Harbor, and approximately sixty millions of dol lars are invested wiih.n said Tndiana KING ALBERT TO VISIT U. S. WASHINGTON", July 3". King Al bert and Queen Elizaht-th of Belgium will visit the U. S., arriving either late in September or early in October, it was learned here today. Their p-esent plans call for an ex tensive tour of the country. While in Washington they will he the guests of President Wilson. NOTICE. The Immanuel Cor.grecation post pones their picnic on account of the street car strike. 7-30-1 Notice Bricklayers. Snecial meeting called for next Friday, August lsf7 Important .-il-2 GEO. BARTl'SKA. 5 Pee. FERYC 5. All bills for brick, lumber and supplies have been fully paid and the steel trusses and sash, partly paid for according to sell er's agreement. 6. The factory will positively be completed and put in operation as soon as the ma terials arrive. 7. Come and see for Yourself. We invite you to call at the office anv time. CIVIC CLUB MAKES CASE Harbor. "Indiana Harbor, es well on the test of the Calumet region of Indiana, has made, its present development tie cm. -e it is naturally located so as to ch a::i the same rates in anj out as chtai:. to an dfrom the city of Chicago and be cause it. lies within tne Chicagi rate r trict. Any adjustment of ftaes vh h will remove u from tho Ch:cag3 i .;e district will, we feel, h" disastrous y Indiana Harbor and its future growth "Our fehipmcnts to and from the . -v of ChicaKo and the state of i;iin u.j , - w. move under the prevailing rates and he classification used localy wathm "he state of Illinois: we understar.I tha : o proposed changes would alter gr . , ' the, conditions unde rwhich we ar !. .v working and because 0f which coo .: tions our industries have located an;. ...ir us and have carried on their ox pans. o of activities there: and that, in r cases at least, such alteration of co-. o tions will lead to very large change . our freight relationships, and m s -cases, great advances to points with a the state of Illinois and the Illinois. trlct. Such changes would be, wo 1 lieve, unreasonable, unfair, and unju t an dwould work a great hardship ur u our city, our industries, and our fi... de velopment. "We have heard most of the testlm r. v of the representatives of the ir.dust - s located w ithin the Calumet r- e. :, . f Indiana in this case and we wish to " on record to your honorable body as t fl ouring in the statements made by th-m in behalf of the retention of the i . rois classification and the existing ;.-.. tem of Illinois district freight ra s; and we respectfully recommend that the proposed changes be not gran'ed." Suffered With Rheumatism, Catarrh and Stomach Trouble "I think Number 40 For Th. Bh od as a blood purifier has no equal. W': n I began to take Number 4fi, I was ir. very poor health, as I had Rheums'!--a. Catarrh, Stomach Trouble. Lead Ptii.-m-ing'. and an Itch that I had tried aim t every known remedy to relieve. I h-'ve taken six bottles of 'Number 41' and o:n rn a fast road to recovery. I owe r-iy life to it, as I used to weigh 127 pounds and now weigh 14?, my usual weight I could write more but this should be enough to convince the mist skepthah and jou are at liberty to use this lot .or anyway you desire." Geo. KlinUer, Lima, Ohio. The Ingredients In "Number 41 rr The Blood" are set down in the U. S. Dispensatory and other reliable medi al bocks as follows: "Employed in diseases of the glandular system, in b!od pois n. constipation, stomach and liver troub'. s, chronic, rhumatism, catarrh, sores. uV'frj, skin eruptions, mercurial rod lead roisoning. Under Its use n -. tumors, scrofulous swellings that haves withstood all ,ther treatment disappear as if by magic." Prepared by X C. Mendnhal F.vir ville, Ind , 4ft years r. druggis. Sold by Jos. Wels. Hammond: Cental Drug Store. Indiana Harbor. Adv. f 8 YC 'J is r i u H HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOURS? GARY THEATER BLDG. GARY IND. PHONES 3423-4-5.