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ton INUIWA 1-arCy rloml.v to rn.,.., . . -.n N.;;i ; nut much -huti In temperature. T,A Read By All the Peo ple Who Want AH the News H INTERNATIONAL NEWS FTTIiX) LEASED WIRE SERVICE. Oa nreets ax.a newirtaji. 3 pt copy. Oel!raJ by crritr i Eamraooil tad Wt Fuam jii SO per month. VOL. XTV, XO. 211. TTKSDAY, J'TjiiUTAKV M, 1920 HAMMOND, INDIANA. . j i IFiS O O I? yfT 17 fSS? FT FT b? tok nr ! iaflzi UM ILVV lL,miU?J?!l JIM ii 11 BMiilU & ii 1 (SMI HOOVER'S SPEEClF6MMHHirFOR DEMOCRATS'lKIT FIGHT Ml BliilSl iiniL,iunu BILL GOEb j 10 WILSON ! v .Official Conjecture is Presid-nl Will Affix Signature to it. That; His ' ( BULLETIN ) By DAVID M. CHT7RC3. rsTFF cor;rspoNENT i n jevicei WASHXNOTON, Ftb. 2t. WhslJ no oSclil -word came frotii the Wliits Hiviss today, ?roup moetinfi-s of fis rallrcai workers hirs xrera consldera"bl7 wrcujtit rip by reports t'.-.a- 1ia presldont Trill th9 EBc:r.Ciimmln3 blU. resto-.-ln? th roads to uti-ats o-nersiiip. Strike taii berm to appear immediate. ; ly after the reports wera circulated, but the leadors decUred there wot:l-.l b no strike action. Thera vrers, however, omi strong factions in the vailous; rronps hoUy urgln a strtie if the bUl . goom into effec;. j At the White House it tras ail the Vresident -ortll neither Bigra nor veto the "bill for several days. Ke wants to study it carefully before taSing' any ac. tion. OiHolals about the executive oScts wrere most chary abor.-. giving- any hint or indication of what action the preri tlent may take. by ntviii m. nunnt tSTAP COROESPONOENT I N. SERVICE' TTASinNliTON'. Feb. - I -Th-) !-';- d late future of the ra a'i? to iay r In the hands of rresiUenr v:1.: The compromise i:iitiitii'.ns-K passed by congre over t! ir -opposition of lbor ha before the president for h ery o : 1 -hen laid appro al or rejection. The president probably wit' not art upon the railroad bil-. for s.-vera'. day it was announced at. th" White House today. ft was sta'-d that tho pre dent is anxtoits to J-'f.dy th rrvp:-"t test of the bil! l.ef -re be s:,-r. or- v -tes it. The nr id"n fs attitude it bins mst carftiUy uard.-d. Upon his action binse- th- quest i n of whether the railroads will refirn to their private ow r.frs on Man-li 1. fr whether the dematids of organ i.ed ulroacl workers stail ! beard and the bill vt"d with -on?e(iif:'.t !lny j., ti,, raturn of the railroads. 'v-r it H aettraity conceded that tt t :o- or--si-lent vetoes t',:- bill b" mit continue federal control of the ra" roads. The president lias si""n no Indica tion of h.s attitude towaids the hill. He spent considerable tsro yest-rday s'.idyine a summary of the bii! t-o K"ther with a report I o rei-t or tnt,i 1 J 1 in n it diawn iy Alt housrh all 1 reports as to the iresi.lenta RCtion are mere conjecture it ally believed the president h: signature to toe !.'. pi'oua lite s tjeprr ;!i affix ,'. The fact that many of the provisions o, tee i.iu. w f re suggested by I'iro'or i Jenei al ; Tlincs leads to the belief that tlv pres.; i lent will accept it. Labor today made i.lans to bring great pressure to bear; upon the- president to secure 1 to the bill. The labor leader." to the clause whieh provid s f.- iS V-'tO object -r a 5'a ids and o.r i-p-it guarantee to ti-e r- aiso to the lab -r p V. x " c u t i " s of the visioi,s in t "oe hill. . labor organization meeting here plan a forma.! protest to, the president in addition to the niettl-; r.iial which they have already lad before the chief executive. j Should the president veto the hill1 there is considerable doubt as to the ability of congress to pass it over h.s vet". "SKIN-NAY" IN THE LION STORE AOS "HI, Fellers! I ain't mad at n he says . The. Internatnonally 1st, C A. Brigafs. bai of the American publ interest pictures r pi famous fries as ' Kel body :s always takin life" and most of all. kti-'ivti cartoon won ' he h -.1 i't escnt 1 b ly IV"! ; the j bv b;s ca r r.nd toons, "The Days of Real Spot I "When -A Feller Needs a Fro:., which the irrepressible Skin-na.. was plays a leading pai-t. From no won. "Skin-nay" w il pear in the advertising- c-lui.-iu The Times, rurmir.a: in a .--M-ies of Store Boys Cloth. ns ad erttsemeni . Mr. Brigsrs has attrec.) to make one drawing- a week and we are uite sure the readers' of Tun Time will en.p- the Inimitable "Skin-nay" and appreci ate this feature of one ,,f Hammond's iiT-st enterprising firms. The first draw-ins appears on pace lu . of I i i day'f.' issue To keen the hoys int'-t iih-il in thi- pteasinsr feature. Kaufman & Woif offer three prizes, first prize $l.i'"'i In boy's clothing, second prize. S3.01 in ! boy's olothiner, third prize. $1.0D in boy '6 cb-thinsj. to the ho w ho presents the entue set of advertisements for six months mounted in the neatest and best appearing- manner. j Better call up Trie rimes ani have it sent to your house every be there 3IISSOURI NAMES' LEAGUE ADVOCATE AS CONGRESSMAN t K x x Capt. J. L. Milligan. Capt. J. L. Milliean, Democrat, has been elected to cor.eress from the J"' Missouri district to succeed Joshua Alexander, named secretary commerce. He advocated the league cf nations. ROBERTS SEES COlilNS 1PR0VING Hoosier Workmen Not As , Careless in Tasks as at the End of World War Says Lake County Man. ' SPECIAL TO THE TIMES! JNM.'lA.N.Yl'Ol.t.-'. K'b. " t - Hoosier wofkci'-n jiri-ii- .ate'es at th. ir tasks f ebbjwire I;-'- (onc!u-ion of the world war arc! th:s ca : .-b-ssness anparently rr.c' it.: ?c; . : ni u til duricu the hot -.? b of la-' summer, according ' o p'a- -tii-s ai.'i-.uii'-e i today -by Thom Robert of l-lu't bicasj. the nifitilur of tii.- hiijircriiil Hoard of Indiana, who in in char;---- of the inspection sysb ci of tio- Ooar'l. Whc'e cri-rpleie data is ic t available for th- last three months- ,u l''1f, Mr. Rdierts said, his formation is to the effect that indus-t-ial accident condition" throughout hf average industries of he state were ii- t'.rti'l a iprec hi b I y teiwards the close of If. 1?. The !;..ard issued a definite warn lis to all woikmeu throughout the iatc. ursjinK them to increase their al-ention to accident prevention met hobs and out down immediately i'ie Pit;!i aeeblon ratio t ha' p--aib-d in tic- moi'hs '.blow ins signing of the a I 11! I Mr. Robes day o!; a :s' comp ;-1 cb . 1 Hirer- Re.-: ;,ii.fieO Hoos: -1 1 C e . ;s ia:-e.l h s statement to ? ies of in vevt lira t ions just y t'm Indiana Manufae-'loi-a! Association anions -r ivrirknii'ii in the piants of 40" Indiana ManiU'iiclitrn-. which arc subscriber;; to the Sherman & Hills compensation service In Indiana. Th"ie invesiiuatioii-- Mr. Roberts said brought to Sight tiie fa"! that iu luns the month of July. Ausjui-t and September of last war the number of accidents t (Continued on pase 'no.) 000 IS TO IVADE ILLINOIS i INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE i 1 ' H i "A P. Fet. . 1--I ill inns will t.e oiiii. one of the biggest Republican bat t b-o i ounds in th'- country in th ii.irini-iitiiiiis presidential campaign, the i-. -ni! ,,f a decision of tlm inanaK : li'-ii. l.. otiai d Wood today to make j a Jichi in this state against Uovi rnor L-.w d. n. Tin.-, deci-i'm. w hich iol.it es the favorite son'' prei-edrnt of the !. l. !'. w.ii most probably be exten.lc.l by b-n. Wool's manatiers to other states. I'oincldfnt with its announcement, it w a- siat-d .it Wood headquarters that a Wood presidential petition will be placed in circulation throughout the state late today. News of the decision created a furor- anions; friends of I'li.v. Lowd-'il, but this was anticipated by the Wood man agers before reaching it They also weighed the consideration that jen. Wood must make an impressive show inn ajia ir.st hoivili-n if he is to be reckoned :t h seriously as a presiden tial candidate. REPORT DEFEAT FOR EOLSHEVIKI -i INTEPNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE I i.oM'OX, Feb. 2 1 Russian l'.olshe vik forc-s that were moving Southward to invade lloumam have been thrown back across the Dneister river, said a Rucharest dispatch to th Daily l-lx-press uAla v. The Roumanians are con centrating liO.OftO troops in Moldavia to resist inasion., (.len. von (laliwin. former bi-nnati commander of an army prou: on the Kastern front, is report ed to be assistin;; th patg m I'.o'shcvik cam- n-v - - - ., , .. 'mir. smmmmnimmmm ... , . . . : "- . : -- -. ------- ------- - - - -- - - - . B M B mm U I I . . . I Experts Testify in Park Case I '. p: : "A :tnfli i-. ntnsti .i - f t ht ' 'a 1 n ni e t region Iihv li.-ni Ktvlng th.Mr iilcas today of i' a'u j of the land wliti-h the ;ary Park i.'om- ission'Ts jiri.pos to ut for 11.it 1. purpos.'s and whii-h tli T-dles'on ' "iu'i i of Chicago balks at parting w:;h i..- oause of ih aiiR-eil low pr:c award -pd. Special Juds Jess Wilson tran f erred to Room 2 of the liam-.i oid stiiifrior court la icb it. w.ih hvld I yrMerday to the former Room 3. Ths general troiid of tslimony so far has bvti that the :and has tio present utility but all opmiottH of valtic are taeJ on the tooattun of t;.e prop- ery and the posibi'.:ty of t'n.e Uu.d he:r.sr drained son.e pm. At pr-s--! t the land i generally civpri-l w ttl. water several months of in year, but it is said this condition will In al'.e- viat-d by the construction of th.e1 much talked nf liurn-i ditch. f t t'llivr- ll'inip. a r-ai i-ta'e j e- riivideil the trr- mo I'cr- -11 rciit-i' in makins h:. estimate. lf . i . I th" eighteen arr- lytn n-arc. Jtroadw ay ,' i honld be veir'ii $;.".'!' prr a- r, t'-o-i I net part west .-jsfnir of -ity. I acres should be w ort'r. $.-" per acre. ' J and the remaining H'" acres h- alu"d; at $SO' per acre. This would Kiv- an, j average valuation for th- 21 S act. of J:.f. W. .T. HastttiRs .-..ti--- . ." ! " : the drainas of th- land pss;b and ! ! placed a valuation of 3 7''""' per acre. 1 j Thonia .1. Wie. ann'!i real c-f.)ej t man. thought the tract shomd l.e w frth ' S ' 1 '" ',!" '"") and gave t as Ins opinion that! : industrial plants could b 1-uilr ;,j ,nsi , the river or. hiffh fo'imlat i r.s an 1 fill- J j in; made afterward in the usual rc.ii ! n't. Other witnesses for tl,.- pi a ; testified their ab.ia'ic.ns co : around J50 and $700 a- an a ' price per aere for the entire tt Attorneys Starr and Ridg'-y ; j defendant park commis or. ; that the value of the land as 1, ( ; rosstble future nsrs no to h 3ir-e-.l and tha .-n!v ib a"-iH', d .-'. C li - cu ll at iat preset,! is wliat j m tn-s they W,1VI s to I,.; arri o have th-- : J'ltige Wilson. JOHNSON PLANS FIGHT IN PRIMARY By J. BAJRT CAMPBELL WASHINbloy, l-i-li. 2 1 - - s. no' ram Johnson of I'-i'iforn.-i i-- i.. o). ,j North T'ak-.ta today, le nt on rbsin. the primary lietbt in tha st i'e by i. iiiiT the peaci- trea.tv and tic- lc.i.-ii- : t. Iiat ions squarely befrir-.- the ot: ;-s. Jolins. n. a candidate for t!i. Republi can nomination for president. tK niwng the senator:; opposed una 1 1 --ri h! v to rn iiie.ition atid th" commitment ,,f the Ameri.-an people to t ho b attue v. ho be lieve the tl-ealy euilllo! he kept o-lf uf th" campaittn. Tie is confident a refer, tuium on the treaty, such as President Wilson .-oUo-ca;.d in his Jackson pav dinner m - sa ge. will result m the rej, ctb.n by the people of 'ic- whole b-Miriic s. -heme. The outcome of :h- Nbuih Dakota pti-' mary. whi. h takes place March I ; ;; so. ond of the pi-esid.-n' ial primaries. cw! Hampshire beipS the tiist will 1- j wati-he. closely hy the poll! teal .sharps j of both parties. i Johnson, who -s due at ('hi - iu -! day. is schedule.) ,- ep. nd tomorrow t Thursday). Friday and Saturd-iy, in! campaigning: up and down North Dnk"'.-i. j tie. is then to in- ade .South Dakota. lb-; may isit Minnesota. Th- b-n-iih ..f icsi -stiv in the Northwest u; d- ' how lilt StreilKtll holds ,,il, j t-e.a ni y recovered li.cn an ni jev-ppr. , ! In the meanwhile the tr.at ' v. Ill drasr alone in the s. nat. ' J.odse. Reiiui'licaii Icni' r, doe io ij ivo tic quest b.n ,,f r ! ii.T.i .tiii'ii'il Thursday w hen he .f the . mi. Col . e , u O i - j I- I i puis i ; action on the second reservation, iiir Article X. or ma v decide t. it u-ti! the less disputed 1- .-.-r ' a re gotten out of the w a y. BUILDERS TO DENY NEW WAGE INCREASE Lake coi.nl.-, builders are to bny fur ther was- inorea-ses. Represented by the Gary Ruibbrs and Tratb-rs UxohanRo of Gary. Hoy w ui on record yesterday as opposed to ai increase in the building wnip- soab- and after a long- controversy, have de.-i.b-,: to stand pat on the present waee scale. This was decided at a joint session of the two employers" bodies held in Garv anil it is now up to the building trades bodies to ask conferences on the qms t ion. 1 1 is evident that -f the buildniK ' rades i lh" S'veinment tabulation, arc not more reasonable pi their demands l:v"rv home in tin- fly will he visit atvl in the ct-afts rules ulin-div labor! '"' :in'1 ' card made out for each fatn- 1-roduction is curtailed tin re will i.o''''- The r port will show a description iittle buildin-? carried on durinc il. "f t:"' dw. ilinivr. the family name, coming- season. A settlement mill Up j iancu.-.-j.- of mother, names of adults hriildinc- trades council is d inand. d bv i "' children, what churches they b- Hie first of nert month. I PHONE RATES INCREASE THERE INDIANAPOLIS, IND., Feb. 21--Business and residential telephone rates in Indianapolis are increased 2.1 cents a month by an order banded down by the public service commission today. What action has been taken resardins ratf3 throughout the state will not be DID YOU HEAR THAI H'H.LIX HI T' v.i. "if t:,.' :h. re. 1M pack XTIT. is enamou red of . d a - 'ii - to move down ; toriiithy" be sai'l. ! H avaiid ;r:.rn:-:u;i.Kr. in i a lit?! ., pori - Il!-- wttfl I:(s -ofra.'tr.ry l'or:! i v, hi.'h 'set hii!i b:ic"x i!o it ! ATT Y Vl.nKfvr 'JKirFlTII took a' whirl a-T r.j ! ill-.- .iarv park caso. j 1 W. MKTV and K. Minas av; ! .irr'tnjc thoo uh.) ar itiissmg th.-- tail! ji-ti'i .f tho wif.rr by slipping aw ay to; V l'-riJa I'tr a Utw. recreation. ' i a. If. KIEIXS.MITIT of Inlianap-d;s. j federal director of omp'.oyment. was m j Hati.tnonU yesterday looking into the ' local Nbir sjtui.. ion. I rVT I'K X lX!l.I.Ai;i of the liim--iond Ani'-1 ica n L'-fjiou basketball ti-am , - it inn t) line up a Coup. of Raines '.r t ill -i w e. ' i A a ::'". I VSKI, I. II. V.. (ireman. s cut-it),; on trading hi .v.". Hammond y f,, ;l MicoiRan farn about the: - of April. j U.r.KRT M ' JiR IS i - b i ii on h: rtdi-.K i'cih'T of ts,- Hatiimond r. r '!-e il-j ! f' him in 'a . r; ,-haky : joh art s. ! 0 S1TT, W. V. 'H-KAS'iN of -he '"Jary r'i'is w a 5 an iii re"'d rietnher "f be i ; i.-'t.. at Up 'lary par'; to- - sr.vi 7: F, I. Ml XMKR had a vrv '1 loo',; j est r-rda y a h-- w alked -tr- et wi-ff bis tc w uife and Cen-i-'-ruu suite- sr s. d H III'-Krf na.i K. K:dd. general i ! "f Ra.Hvay r-ia to eotlir , urrmi of ! Rro'bcrboo.J rxs. re ;. a call Sarirda W'.i cluns on at. on'-.- ti p.ir - bifj lab-u- 'nf ; e;-,.- - tins . ;!-yn;K uavnai m; sac. s lii.i- -,"w wary Hafiuc-tid p. to. rtntr in tb- S.cit S; un' t) i i n toii4-h with ! n while h - .-m in W'e lb.y .'-' '! d -ipate in did r.o I - w rr ri.-d to tin ding IT is report i'sB ov- r ci H ' -! there i is 'c' fl.ui I I , er the Clilll lloUSe 0i 1 buildintr es !-,-, ).,..-..- M ' ;we.i h- d Ida .M :i ii y h i -1- ; e.-. re d-- md of th ru-,. ' and a buildin ; i x 1-: s First ed 1 .v n ..o "UAIi" Kent, c nsu sup.-r-T nh distriet, with fib-' s N'ati mal Rank buildinir, i l- reblt..l'tj (Jeorge Aiie, a Mb'ND boys, b-r lias ni'-m.-ri for whom I'aiiip that arc tender ,'l.e r,.t tender, will he 1 in b ai-nins tha" the 1'ciie.l ,J. eide.t ! S tO be Sol I and m-.d. THK two bus -- which have Iwi-ti put i ii. ;,o-.-;i tic-.I-'our Forcers an-.l i'op- . lib- ' I'e .lelli' U E end I'll-iUesS. bill .- s'r-c! (arc are j-ist as crov.did as . r. Sibce itiir th" t r m-ti-bc; t.-iille ; b--twe,-n the y..nh Side and t'.c op d . st rl ' . M.FRF.D I b ' I'M A N N - i- at the M.-une Hot. 1. t in th" washroom ..!' t ;-,a v . d. When be had 1 : tin- hirsute adormneni f Pcr. s-op-liiins un his !- iio'.-i Willie in -in d i .-mo -In turned to it bad disap . k'-t s was a T.. a pair "f ! doi I !" .-si and found In one ol the t -k emit a m: :.il ' d. ti-..- a w a :cb and s--eral photos. ill V W. FAT'iN. real'v man wi : h 'bisiiin. M. ii A- Ha.st:uj.s. dropned a oii-.I ih.is lcoinin:; which iilu-"r:ii.s bet ter than limires could the short.au. of dwellins-i in Hammond. lb- casuallx renin k.-d I hat h had sold two houses by lia-hlicbt. Th.- buy. rs woe saMsti. d w.tli wlcil they saw in ' h- shadows and huh; and closed the deals without more do NEW CHURCH 1 1 b w i n s the nr. to hav ioseiy upon the comp'et ion rnnient census. Hammond another count of its popu- hit ion. This census will be taken by the churches of the city and is a part SENSUS FOR HAMMOND nationwide check which is to',,,- who received the tirst pews of the le- mad.- a.: part ol" the Int.-rchurch Wo rid M o . em.-n t . Rev. .1. ". I'arrent has b.-en selected to manage the work in Hammond and has n r. ivi-ii his supplies of sui vcv ' . aids. The city has beeu divided in ! to tei rttori'T- su rround .m- its tficen i cluir.-h-o, Tb." chinch in each district is t i have chnrae of the census work : in that district. F.eeause of the pgat- er number of enumerators which will i take part and the small territory as- signed to each il is believe.! that the I w or can he accomplished quickly and ni iv he even more thorough than .on n o. , ,..ir. wna. csuuuay scnooi (attended, where born and occupations. I Captains cf the ilifferent districts are completing their orga nidations and ' it is expected that the work will be well under way before the. end of the j .. Oo-. I- i , ; . ' Advertise in ihe Times and ad- rerti-se aain. Results come with constant effort. Britain's Premier Wearing Bestowed X. y 1 i 3s, t - - - -.ts- r - t i -St' - I t-2 ' - o r:si;i 1 1 : it ui; Thl.i -o-ecrit tbiotozraph. an f-X'-i-lhnt likeness, show.' Ia . ci T.lo-. d 5eora the Ri tt ish premi-r. wearing for the first ',-.- the i; rand iMi-.i-.ti of ;!c- Holiday Walkout at Tank Plant Rcfiral of ice manaremen' to pay time and a I a if mi Monday r suited in a waikoi:' of ab .lit f oty b,,;bomaU- t i he ;-ni-ra 1 .ration The t he (hi v was A in' r i.'ii n Th n k i "a r ni'-n asserted tlu-.t a It-s-d holiday th.-y rp U el lie r e entitled to t:m-- arid a half un mi aisreemcnt witii i '-,.- company, macas-"ent i' fus. d to pa y time Tin unci ialf so the men walked out. The walk out is not looked upon as serious since the number who bit work is only a small part of the num ber who worked at the plant. The com pany lias been threatened with tabor trouble at intervals sine.- the steel itrilie of hist fall and even before that time, but they have always matiaead t . smooth things over and keep the m n a i to be b w ork. Tic- men ill ;b, at w-..rk soon. .ed MYSTERY FOUND IN O'NEILL CASE ;Who Wrote Letter Saying; That Harry Was Heir To $100,000 ! Harry tCN'eil. whose name sprang in to prominence last week In Hammond 1 tl.roush a letter received ! The Time announcing: that he was a miss in at loir j to an estate of $ 1 dn. ' i.,i left him by an ; iini le w in- had died ill Detroit, has ! be.-n found. Rut the ftranse part of that Harry is and has beep time in Cra wfords vil le. Ind.. city fiom whiep the appeal ' f,,:- .oni ii, er ' t find him was addressed. j Hammond police have been ashed to , k into the matter by Ilarr.' 's im th- e r w i s-ai b for Ic-r son through a 11 irminiil di. 'patch in her home newspaper. .Here ,s the letter which has 'men received ; bv Chief A usts.-n : Chief of Police i 'ear Sir: Saw in your paper wlc re ; n.v s- n, Harry h'N'-i! was heir to a larKe sntim of money left by his uncle who died in Detr.ct. Mich., in Novem ' l.er. We knew be bad lots of rnonry 'but bad never beard anything, n!y lie died . Harry is here WTpt kina . I would like very much for you t investbsate 'and see where that paper jot that I news. Would like very m ica to bear , fr oni ; an. Tours truly, M RS. il . A . O NT.Ih P. S.--Here is the pie- that wao i:i e paper. The letter ii j-k i t sr f or information j j - ,h ', i fwr(j:nu. Harrv came f rmn -Cra wf . -.rd s ; vilf, v:t 5.;Kn..tl "Relatives. j RISK TO RUN ONCE MORE I 1 NI.'I N A Th a 1 .1 S. Feb. 21.--Ja ik-- S j Risk. nf Lafayette, today a nm-u nor ib.s candidacy fot. the Democratic m-.m tnailon for govern vr cf Indiana. H is th fourth avowed candidate for th" ne-mina'ion. Decoration by France for War Services IS- v.. 4 -.ir- -s. - 3: 1 I KJ 1 .i.r u f.:;or.(. 1,-',11 f" 1 I- l:ot . b the I'M-e nit ion of b h Betz Opens New York Sales Rooms j One of Hamm .nd's ebb- iioi'isi i CI" I.e.) I' i'i- F. S. Ret Co.. loru.abv op Nb -..v V,.ik head-iuarl - : t - . was i-niiiiiiniT.j hei- in-lay. It is -said that th- new b sa h-s i ooins are lb-- p. -est of l h kind ' i lain . s! ilfV , in the country. Tin-;. ... floor and ba.-.emcni of ! he buifditiK at tl and . W. !'. ut -. i yh ' h m ar Fifth av. Tin- io. k. c .mpri.sm .if cotiiph jo line of sur-Mcul. d'ti'Ml and hospital supplies and ep.,,pm.nt. will be cisily accessible to f.-r. inn bnj er. iliarbs 11. Taii'chek, who was fot .' y.-ars ci'iiiainol wi:h lie? Ha nnimnd 'plant, lias Ine;, promoted !.. n.-mai; the t,eV Off:.-". .. .. P.-uld.ll. in the Ham- iii-'tid odice for ill,, past n- ,,r s;K . ar. will become ea-t- rr. sa b-sma n,-i r. I ',. S. Showers, formerly .if this ci' y. ; 1 1 cmi- dm tilt drt; d at i nc n' a 'OMAN IS INJURED 1 AUTD CRASH i 1 hrow n Inch nr- "f i 'alu- A veil of seciecy has b t around an automobile a.-i id- iit eurrcd j (-stcrday at the ,-.nci- m.-t and Raton and which result, the serious injury of a. woman S'ruises to two men. all occupan d in and J s of; ci-c of the cars. Tim report as given to tlm police that Hans Petersen, a demons' ra;..;- i.,, the South Shore Auto Co., vv.is dii.in:; south on 1'alumet. with the wi-ma-i ani J two men as passengers w hen a ; h-- a jebmit to cross Hat on s. a deji-,,r 'ruck 'traveling east on Raton sV,,.M.,,l into Calumet, strikinc ami ..idlv smashing .the car driven by P'-t. rs.. Tin- woman i was taken from the w reckage and rushed ; to the man si dn tor's oRb . j No further details w-.ro j police and officers of the S ! Auto refused to say any! o th. Shore a bout f tin mih Inner the acmde it th. ' injured par! SINCLAIR OIL CO. DEFENDANT IN SUIT !PECfAL TO THE TIMES! INDIANA POLIS. IND.. Fein 21 -The, l-'edral court offers a varied xhibit! , . i ot maciiineiy and itrmi iii;v m .-onrn c-i tion with the spit of H. H P- arc. of; Chicago, ajrainst the Sinclair Refinin.tr j Company of Last Cliicaso. Ind.. for in-! frinpremerit of patent. Judg-c Anderson fail that it was the first of that na ture in his experience to be tried be fore a jury. Damajres of 13.1. 000 are asked. Suits in connection with patent tiRlits usually entail actions in equity on pleas for injunctions. In view of the expiration of the patent this case involves questions of fact and i? theie fore being: considered by a jury. The use of certain expansion joint is involved. ff v , - ' v j! i S. , "- J . V V 1 'v-o,sr i M; ' "V5 J u I'Vi"! I--- v 5.1 AT FRISCO PROMISED Speech Putin Deadly Parallel Against the President's Jackson Letter. I'V WILLIAM PHlLir SIMMS I ST A F F CORRESPONDENT I. M. SERVICE! WAs-HIN'iJTOX. Feb. 2 4 Herbert Hoover has placed himself squarely at odds with president Wilson on the treaty question and by so doing threii tens the loemocratic convention at San Francisco next June with, one of the hottest fljjhts on record if not an act ual split. This is the interpretation put on Hoover's Johns Hopkins speech by many politicians lore who consider hia hat as ali'ady as -i.o'l as in th" rin, thrown in for him from the Democratic rid". TIIIl UMtDLV I'MMtLIH., Having st-onsrly opposed carrying th" t realty into the coming- elections on tl,e ground that it would "obscure our pressing- domos'ir issues," Hoover's remarks are today being- set up her0 la deadly parallel with th president' Jao.kson tay raliy message in which h" said that titile.":' the pact could be retinel without chances which alter its meanintr '"th" clear and single way out is to Siimbit it : the voter3 of ths na ' ii)"." If -over had de.-lare.i that be 1s for compromise as sttcrcest.cd by the "mild reservationis'.." Iioidin - that while be .v i ' 1 tiot hf. fill tj-jp sjije of any party wb.icb opposes the league be does not b nk it worth much if it cannot prove its value even under the conditions (Cont'nud on rare two) HATCH SAYS CAN'T ISSUE WARRANTS INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE M A Ri ' I ' I ITT K. M It'll.. Feb. f.4 - I-nb : towinsr a seer.-t conference today --r'l Maj. A. II. bulryinple. Commissioner I II. R. Hatch, of Maruuette. refused to issue warrants demanded by the for mer for the arrest of eleven citizens of Iron county, iiiclndins- State's Atty. Martin Mcbmiminli and Chief of Police Sensiba. of lion River, on charges of conspiracy in connection with the so cal'e.l whiskey rebellion. "I will not issue the warrants un less ordered to d os-o by either District Atty. Walker, of Grand Rapids. Judge Sessions, of Grand Rapids, or Atty. Gen. Palmer." was the ultimatum of Commissioner Hatch. "If you do not do'so by two o'c'oclc today, we will proceed to Iron River to make the arrests without warrant'.'' was the heated reply f Maj. Da try -mple. And thus, until 2 o'clock, the matter stan ds. If the citizenry ir:t"nds to make a desy.eratc stand against the major's forces, it is carefully concealing its preparations. And if State"s Attorney McDonoueh intends to lead Iron coun ty in resistance against the invaders he did not hint it in the following message .sent to Maripitte today "I shall be pleased to arrauce a nice dinner for Maj. Dairymple aril his men ou r , when they arrive. AV'tdcome to ' little oily t" i j LAKE CO. TO HAVE WHITE PLAGUE DRIVE Still another drive for Lake county! I The Indiana state board of health, t'.irouplt its secretary. Dr. J. N. Hur ty, is preparing literature to b" used ! in campaign of the tuberculosis div ; ision of the board which is to start about the second week in March. The drive will extend into many counties of the state and will continue until fall, it was announced. Lake county i wLl be on Gf the counties in which , the drive will be put on. The division called the "travelling: divis on ' by Dr. Uni ty, will w rk main j ly through t;io rural communities. It ; will be mad.-; up of the director of the j division, two trained nurses and a j chauffeur. The party will travel in an au tomob 1 1 e. The trip is not for the relief of th i s f k. Dr. ilurty saci, tuit is p;jreiy I educational. Its object is to teach the I ....Kilo, l.o,.- t rk live l'i,- attl i f 1 1 1 re n 1 - life CHAMP CLARK IN GEORGIA PRIMARY r INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE! ATLANTA. HA.. Feb. 24 Following the presentation of a petition bearlngf more than the necessary hundred names, the announcement was made this afternoon by Secretary Hiram K Gardner, of the state Democratic! committee, that, the name of Champ Clark, former speaker of the national bouse of representatives, will be plac ed on the ballot in the Georgia presi-, ciential primary to be held April 20th. "