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PANAMA S POLITICS INTERESTS INVESTORS Haaimond People Pleased at Progress Made by Por ras Administration . A group of Hammond concessionaire, ! nhn are vastly concerned in the politics enU development of Panuma. are inter- estod m the relinquishment of the La iitHjdia rortfolio and the appointment of Addison T I'lljn V.i. ........ 1 considered a great help to Panama and! " ' I ner..., oi i 6'h of lebruary notes gratifying im- provement in the. finance of our pro- 1 Va-V.'" t.'I - V ' , ... ... n-.er.t'oned. vra-s selected bv President' ., , J'rrraj! on account of his past services , ... . for the Lmted State n like work in he Philippines Porto Iiio. and JUi.i. Ids efforts on Ivhulf .f economy and . , business administration for Paioma have been so Mrongly supported bv Pre. iient Porras and his cabinet, am. have proven to be so efficient, that evon the fos'erer of the most -ons.-rw.tn-e r- osition row ask. "Can .;t et bv Kuan?" 1'iesident IVrraa has rep.sne.i aiul is a candidate for re-election vxithont any opposition fo far. It is to be hoped that f s i-oliey of upbuilding the finances of I fMira may continue, and that tho d-- . lot.tr.ent of the magnificent agricul- tural possibilities of the country bv m-ans of the construction of an adequate s-.stcm of public roads will soon be in- anpirated and pursued. Panama has had in the Iat term of rrestdent Torres, the most c.or.s'-rvrttiv e rule in the history of the republic. It is highly to be- desired by intercuts of t'.-.e Vnitod States that this kmd of e.n -j ernm'ent be. perpetuated a. our iniores!s I ure grow 4it2 conptatnly i:i rio- ..ai'-s of ("o'on aid IVuania. u'l iUiiif b 'th coasts arid in the interior. Xot many years agro most people con sidered investments in I'ananta unsafe. Now so RtronfT is the irifhi'm-e for Rood f o-ernment. that the largest banking! institutions of the 1nitd State are fhroutrh their local branches, supporting '-"-s! enterprises: and Anr:oi!i ami K-irc ren bus1n flrm have no hei-!ti.-n in niak-.ng in-. ef men s. , i You Can't Brush or Wash Out Dandruff The only sure way to get rid of dandruff is to dissolve it. then you destroy it entirely. To do this, set about four ounces of ordinary liquid anon; apply it at night when retiring ue enough to moisten the scalp and 1 i;b It in g'ent'.y with the finger tips. Do this tor.mht. and by morr.irsr. mo6t if not ail. of your dandruff will ba goe. and three or four more ap plications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it. no matter how much dan tiruff you may have. You will find, too. that all itchins and digging of the scalp will stop at one and your hair will be fluffy, lus trous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times befer. You can get liquid ervcf at any drug- store. It is inexp.sive and tiever fails to do the work -auv, f7i After you eat always tala lnatAnUy relieves Heaj-tburn, Bloat -d Ga7 Foiling. Stops food souring, repeating, and all stomach miseries. AM JiMtoa mad assetite. Saevt stnmacli asseataad traag. tocreassi Vitauty and Pep. EATOVTCis the best remedy. Ta of thoa aand wmderfollir baneflMd. On 1 r xm mm cmr.t bt twos dy ta mm IV Poitivli lurutMd to ptoaaa er wm will rf oa4 aaoaa. Ci4t a iXg s today. Taw will aaa. Summer pbanoacr. Kammond. Ind. 631 Hohman 1 1 CHEMIST PRAISED BY THE STATE In spile of t h fact that numerous complaint?" n being heard rprarding the taste and smell of the water being furnished by the, Hammond n(cr de partment with charges that much si k nesa in the city is due to tli mofsn or ttc or chlorine in the water, the long serins of tent conducted bv City Chemist A. W. I,ockhait show that the city's water supply lt.is hocn 'saf- er" sin th,- first of the year than at Om I n ,,.,.... ?Tr IocUhflrt hns JllBt received from John C. luges, director of the Water nil swa. dPpar,,r,rnt 0f the state. ,,oftrd f AaUh , wtPr cncitin, ,h .- i . .1 annual certificate of approval of the rity wat..r for drinking and cooking i purposes. a letter has also bn re- , - T . , reived irnm .Secretary J. N. Hurtv of . . ,. , , , ' ,., ' the st.it Hoard of Health compliment- , Mr r,n.-Kn!ir. on the syst,m . ha. k out , arumoni1 ftnd the. rr , , . , , , suits which are being attained, Vn'-or thr v'hi ;" hf'!1- for nu.r.thi ba.-trt.ojoi;,. caI U5;s of lhe WT were .-.n-.duoted bv ,he ' - This required at least t1,rpf ,'urs aTlfi as ;t takos l''le waur a',0'u thr' hour'' t'' Cf"n froni ttlfl ,I"nt to th? ri,y- At lcft : J"'0"" m"',t tV" before, the roenltJ of anv recommended channe n wat-r treat- lr,rnt '"ollld be expected to be nr-ted tb" ,ity- Tn th' "ntime change of tbe "lrt'n "d velocity of the wind 'ht alter conditions ac that the de- r of ehlorintatU.n might be two er"nt or This !ea,l to the adoption of the sys- t'r'i nov in o.a whereby Ba.mplea ,. tl., water are given the "color test" a' two hour intervals at tha plant. This '"'t shows whether the amount of ehlc-rine in the wa'er i s iff i. ient to HiLC..,ip.i--n ice wor; of steri;:2a; !on or whether an ece.s is .vg introduce.. The complaint Is often heard that so much chlorine is betng- tised that the taste of the water is unbearable and to this Mr. I.ockhart repli-, that at only cr.e time ha there been an ex cess of chlorine that it w.-,, noticeable to the taste. That was on Sundav .!., 10, w ii'n tne r.5j wn 3 "..ntainea merely to ftie th public 11.11111 in 'e:rn 1:1st ',.-. l-Alarni is often expressed o--er the a w- ful result which misht follow th !n I trod-i. t:.-n of an excess of ch'orine. jThis is probably due to the notori-tv whien chlorine has gained through its use n the war. i "Tn order t- have su fTi.'-Ien t chlorine j in the water to harm a person, it I "oi.oi n i;nii TiK.i!)'"" navs i says at r. T.ock- h m rt. -r t : ras which v.oul.I be thrown off by the water would suffo cate a pei-m when brought to the -ps." This wooll he a higher dose ate than th plant equipment could possibly introduce. The amount now use.1 ;.s s-- infinite!- small that its pres ence cannot be detected by the tate.. Mr. Iockhait has been investigating the ar:cj- odors and tastes which oc cur from t.me to tim and sajs that the one generally attributed to chlor ine is probably due to waste 'product dumped In'o the river and lake by the chemical plants hut which is practical ly harmless. It is particularly no ticeable on davs when the wind 1 from the east or southea?ct bringing the shore water and its pollution from. ary. Hast Chicaaro and Whiting. Wiiitinar is blamed for the smoky, musty tat or smell so often noticed. The only way these disagreeable fea tures ran bi eliminated will be thr-v-iab. the u?e of a nitration plant or by extending- the winter intakes far out into the lake, is the opinion of the chemist. I'nder the present system the city will never have wha.t can be called good water but the, only hope is Pay When Cured Dr. Kurkhart wants you to write him tot: ay for n treatment 'if I'r. P.urkhart's Vegetable Compound for Liver, Kidney, Stomach Trouble. Constipation. CuiMrrh, Kheumatism. Pay when cured. Don't miss this grandest of remedies and wor -drful preventative f.,r Grip. Flu. Ad dress G21 .Main St.. Cin'ti, O. For sale at all drug stores. 30-day treatment 23c Vd v. QUALITY VARIETY'.: There's a lot of catisfaction in seeing the same people come into our store time and time again. It does not just happen that the people of Hammond have come to regard this store as Music Headquarters. The reason is farily obvious. Here yon will find a wide selection of player rolls, records, sheet music and stringed instruments, in addition to our complete line of Players and Pianos. If it's anything in music, we have it. Come and see. Have you heard thess Records? No Victor Library is complete without them. This is only a very partial list of the Victor Records you will fine5. ? ere. 16320( Venetian LoTe Song Victor Orchestra (1) Prayer (2) Greeting Brass Quartet 16404 Kathleen Marourneen Turner Tenting on the Old Camp Ground Hayden Quartet 165Z Capid Astray Waltz Victor Orchestra Gardens of Dreams Waltz Victor Orchestra 1 6667 , Bunch of Rajs (Banjo) Ossnian I Dixie Girl March Ossman and Trio 16574) Face to Face Hemes How Finn a Foundation Trinity Choir 16827) Barcarolle (Tales of Hoffman) Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Fatirotza Selection Pryois Band Street Phone 661 Hammond, Ind. ESSES" "safe" by the uae o" c Ii lr- GOODRICH PLANS PEEVE CANDIDATES Continued from rag one.? to election laws to take care of wo men voters; amendment of the tax law. restoring to local communities control over bond i;sues and tax lev ies; a slate war memorial; correction of the depository law so that all fund" of every kind that come Into tti hand of the county treasurer or clerk shall go into a public depository; changes in the teachers' pension law. ind the matter of institutional appropriation. The j; ernor'a plan to discuss his program with the hta-to committee and tne candidates and then submit it to th" members of he neneral assembly is ev..kinr considerable criticism from both Democratic and Republican aour oex and interesting political develop ments are promised as a result. The most important source to be come roiled U the camp of Senator Watson. The senator's leaders In this state have warned I". M. Wamituth. state chairman, and the governor, that they are on dangerous ground and an attempt will be made to have the. gov ernor reconsider his program. Sen ator Watson's friends declare that the senator has the right to interfere in anything that he feels might jeopard ize jiarty success, and ho raid to hold that any action designed to dic tate the course of legislation will en! In friction. The senator's supporters are also somewhat peeved, it Is S3iu. because he was not invited to the con ference, in which they declare he Is vitally interested by virtue of heading the state ticket. It is probable the state candidates, especially those In the gubernatorial race, will balk at anything that smack of O. K ing a program for the legis lature. Kdward ('. Toner has told friends that he will not be a party to designing a cut and dried schedule, and Kdgar P. Hush has already openly declared Iris opposition to the plan. If is not likely that Warren T. Mr- 1 t ray can wholeheartedly subscribe to the proposition, for in his initial speech he declared that if elected gov ernor he would staTid on the theory that the assembly should not be hamper ed by executive interference. The governor's determination to draft a program, however, is putting .1. W. Kesler of Indianapolis, in an embarrae- sing position. Mr. Kesler thus far has never an nounced his position on Mt issues. Now he is asked to attend a confer ence and to be a party to perfecting a specially made schedule for the legis lature to work on. Mr. Fesler has carefully avoided any entanglements on the moot Questions of the day and his friends are said to be endeavor ing to have the governor adopt differ ent tactics preliminary to the extra session. THE TIMES FINANCIAL COLUMN Alhs Chalmers . ... 37 American Car & Foundry 123 American Locomotive e"',i American Smelting 6'l American Steel foundry 3:1 American Tl. & Tel Anaconda . z r 5 a M '3 A ! ' MIS' ti I'.uldwin Ieicomotive ; 104" 3 4 '3 S:', 120t, 7S 54 82 (llaitimoie A: fihio I.ethlehein Steel P Canadian l"acific Central Leather . Ch sapeake A. Ohio Chicago A- Northwestern Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul Colorado Fuel - - - - Crucible Steel Delaware & Hudson Erie General Electric General Motors Illinois Central iac.kawanna Steel L'iiigh Valley Mldvale Steel N. T. A:r Prake New Tork Central . 73 .191 . 94 . 13i .135 .231 . S3', . 45 . 43 . 94 70 to keep It inc . TJFIF lire :ene OellAUC 6 BCLL-ANS Hot water Sure Relief E LL-AN: FOR INDIGESTION Norfolk & Western Northern raoitle Ohio t 'Itje i;a Pennsylvania Press' d SI eel Car luulwsy strej Soring-' Kt-adiiig rtopuhllc. Iron & Steel Southern Pa ific l iiion Pacific I'. S. Steel V S. Steel Prfd Willys iverl.-uel Sinclair Oil 42'. .. 42 ', SS'j 5)0 71". P .1 ' -115 U !' 11 Ci CHICAGO PBODUCE. IH'TTKi 4.r.S tubs. Creamery, ex tra, tlje; standard, t4'-c: firsts. S'ui Hi--; seconds. if jlc; packing stock. Ju & 35c. Kii Heeeip, lj,93T casc.. Mis cellaneous, 47-y49e; held firsts. 4 3 'S3) 4 S c ; fiists. 50'c; refrigerator. -3 '! '': Che. k. .15 Vf I'lAc; i;r!ies, 4lt-tJ 4 (-. CHEKtfK New. 7c; laisi.-s. "9iS Ji'i'ic; Young Americas, ZO'it '.jc; Iong horns. 3-c; brick. I'Tc IIVK IVUhTUV Turkeys. 4He. chickens. 37c; springs. 2oC: roosters. 24c; stags. 30c; geese, 7o; ducks. 36c POTATOES rteceipts, 31 ce.rs. Min nesota and Dakota, ithlos. 4.4o5 4.45; Wisconsin. ?4.45. CHICAGO CASK OK.AIIT. WHI-HT No. 3 red, fi.oO; No. 1 northern spring. .45; Nt northern spring. $2.37. CORN No. 3 white. Jl.:,Ofi 1.51: No. 4 white. $1.47 a 1.4: No. 3 yellow. J1.45 -1 . 4 T 1 ; No. 4 jellow. $ 1. 4 J? 1.4 t'2 ; No. 4 mixed. 1.4'1 Ti 1.43. OATS No. 2 mived, S4'.-jc: white, STHKfS'jc; No. 3 white 7'ic: No. 4 white. So ' j :7 87 ' . n o. : S 6 t 'it CHICAGO LITE STOCK. HOGS Ki-ce,pi. 10 "0 a. Market, j strong 'o 2,'c higher. Pnlk. ST .-?. i? . 1 4. 0. Top. 14. xii. Tfcsvvweight. Jin.KS 14.23. Medium weight. Jit," 3 ii ' 4 ''- j lightweight. $l4.5rt - l !.(. l.iglit light-.,, Hay packing sows, smooth. $12. 1''"; 13. Oil. Packing sons, rcufch. $12.f"t'.i e 12.40. Pigs. $n.25f4 14.30. j .TATTLE P.eceipts. 6.000. Market.! mostly steady;, calves 3c. Inner. P-ef Steers: Medium and II- avyw-eight. S 11.73 g 16.10; choice and prime. $ 1 ?.. 7 5 u 1 l-'oi ; medium and good. $11.23 a 13.73: Light Weight, good and choice, $1 1.6 tj' 15.23; common and medium. $S 30 t; ll tiO. Butclo-r -ao: Heifer". 5 . 5 o 1 2 .5'' ; cows. H.jO'tf 11.25; bulls. $7.23 rq 1 iV7 3. Canners and (utters: ""s and heifers, $o.0'lTtl.5i): onnnT steers. 6.t 5 'i 7.75. Veal calves (light aa-i handyweigh ), $ 15. f'O q 16.25. Feeder Mr". .of'ti 11.30. Slocker steers. $(5.7 5 i H'.I5. Stocker cows and he-fers. $6.75 ' f.t'f. Stoefcer ealves. $7.73 1 l.oo. CHICAGO VEAIv50 to 60 lbs.. T i 15c: 70 to SO lbs,, 20 a 21c: .SO 'o p.it ( lbs.. 22 4j 23r.; fancy. 24c: overwi.-gu kid- j neys. n to l , a los., t2 3iJ.'C. HOW STOCK! OPENED NEW YOl'.k". Feb. 25 Prices vete . again under pressure nt the orning of; the Mock market today, losses of from fractions to over four points being sus tained in ail the active issues. Steel common sold off - to fC.',. Re public Steel was. in supply, falluig four i point to pnU- Crucible dropped ;,i to 102 and lialdw.n Locomotive 1 " to 107',. Southern. Pacific dropped -4 to Pi" and P.ock Island sustained fin ffpial lots st 33,. Baltimore Ohio vieht.-i 1 'r . to 5, and Canadian Pacific 2 to t ""'" . . Mexican Petroleum wa under pres sure, dropping 3' poin's to 16S. Pan American Petroleum fell 2-j to 70 '4. ;-neral Motors was 2 ' bw.r at 2 .i and Chandler Motors dronped toi 121. j I. S. Rubber lest I'i to 9ti. Atlantic, Cuif :ili to 1421,, and American "Woolen j 2t to 120 V CANNED FRUIT ! SOLD BY MAYOR j The price of canned fruits will sky- I rocket, according to reports emanating ! !"io:n the fruit countries of Washinc- ; t;n. Oregon and vanrornni. m-i-winter in the two former states snd rain in the latter have eWrcase,! the contemplated crop to below normal. Put He-mmond fo!k w'.ll have a chance to fill the family larder. May or Brown offers anc-ther f-ale rvf canned fru.ts tomorrow at the Central f:ie sta tion. 'Nuff said ATTE?CFTED HOLD-UP Two men lust ninlit attempted j hold up Frank Hardin. 103 Pabnun nt.. i. h" was walkin"; down Oostlin street i he t eon Torrem-e and Henry. Th ni''ti wer fritrhtene.1 '-ff bv people ap i iroachini; ir. ti e opo:te direction. $15 FINE ASSESSED. j Fines of Sin each were imposed this ! mornine !n the city court upon five i -nen arrested th niht before last at 1 noo Columbia avenue where they were 1 cht sramhllnir hv- Captain Ben j ! ?tri.T.? and Defectives Einalie and Sine er . Don't throw your ptyet wai ritho'it readtn? ttie want njgt ! ."JJUL1. . ' 'if' L J I. ALMOST A SHADOW; AFRAID TO EAT "My son-in-law wss so bad frr.m storr.ach trouble that he reduced to aimoat a ahadow and was afraid to eat anything as all food caused bloat ing; of $: which pressed against his hart. worrying: him very much. Our druggist pereuaded him to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and in twey months he looked fin, can eat anything and works herd every day." It is a sim ple, harmless preparation that re moves the catarrhal mucus from the! Intestinal tract and allays t ie infla- m ir: at ion which causes practically all) stomach, liver and intestinal ailments' Including appendicitis! One cose will convince or moeev refiinieil. adv. V In The Courts The divorce suits of Marguerite, G:tn'y vs. I'harles finn.i nnd Walter Simon.-on v s. 1ciw Snr.otis-on w re dismissed to day by Judge Tf irdy In Iljom 2 of the Hammond suiM-ri-u- ct-nrt. AN INVOLVED AFFAIR Yesterday in Ilncm 2 of the. Ham mond Mipetior court J.jdge Hardy dis posed of a five coir.'Mc! suit. In gar n!shm nt and a! taehn.ent which has been . n file since. Noeni:.cr 1918. The Tri-.-it;- J-.le. ii-!;' S.'r i.:o (,,., had brou v. hi s 1 ; t t - se, i:i j,a y :i ,e n t for work whi- u had i..--.p done f;.r the tl.u Oil 'o., and ih o.l -t'iieniiial 'o . two Illinois corporation'. The amount rued f . r was $:,2, wi'h interest. The Wesfm An dine I'-- diets C-c. fin Indiana orpa rat ion, v;is Fhown to be Indebted to the defendants so p wis made a garni.-he .-...fi-njjiit, The T.. ; W'oi!'" Manuf.-tcturhig "o. and I:e,'l.m-i;i : Supplv Co . later entered the' case on j the s or 1 Trl-Clty Electric Srv- ' lee --,,.. r.-: esent irii," oills amounting t I $lsfi and $3S respectively. Attorney w. J. Whlnery represent-! ed the pH I nt i T s and J. K ISawyer the defendants in the trial which was tak en up bv the court on Friday. Judge. ' Hardy found for the plaintiffs and granted the Tri-City rvv. J57R.41; ' V 1 , . . . . C b e- Morn 1 n eepYour EVes Cloe n C I n r Healthy Wrt. lav Ftm tym Ce 600k M4vln Co.Chio(a. U V. Mfc"-ifii 1 k tfTlnli' fVri .3 PA; 1 I1VIH Today MARIE WALCAM? in TEMPEST CODY, KIDNAPPER Also Gale Henry Comedy. T ornorrow- RCBERT BURNS ir. 'KAINTUCK'S WARD'' " Sf n II It B 3 c a b e n h a BCBEBBaS AUDITORIUM THEATRE HAMMOND I 3S7 Calumet Ave., Hanrsor.d. Toniglit. LiU I.ee in "Rustling a Bride;" also two comedies, "His Only Faker," and "Look Out Below." he s a a o b a e r n e Today, Thursday, Friday and tn bm most tupnta wp c or tn MBS ffM K m Si i i K U' N ii ,,.,., ..... Auction f Soy! Th dramatic plctueiiati-,, cf t,e rc ttH ,ole ,urvivcrof h!f mill, on Ar-man . an (iris. Th film How th hmiFtUb!t iwnturtl tr tunra m-nrl Mm G14h.11. ,n InQ'.ttU miicioeary. who wot hmr cotspanio" heotfht- wful yram n th hand, cf 4eert4ribenien and Turkir harvm, Aurora take, lesd.ng p4rt ,nth4r,, which was written from Ker own itortnig fmci fumiilird by ih official report n ",cun4 6ryc. tl 6rii,h mo,,(ior Th most powerful hurnan drem of all t it tarong I j jJi,r-.1""""-"""" " " ' "ftain,, mtmi I I N t V ' 7 - " . t -K O - ' i.t , ? i I f - - v " , ' 1 " - V' " 1 ! N,.-,1 v ' v . r,, ,r, x pr :,.--r'v x ::ru ": X: y- -"vj II !(' i fv "i - l ill 1 . 4, 1. x -vt - 1 x 4, " V . ( r-. - V 1 r - ; - - r 'sjrw. is" f ' X- V ' , ' , I IVjSA' ' f ' J r Z- - - 1 '42 x .,4'' p ..wtt. '4. ,H X Anita Stexr ii m PpJy $424 and W a -j- it -. th.it tto- balance cf t 'had beet; : i. d up by hould i.t- r. tcriicl to r.s . -'.i .. . . .; tils.. ..rdvrt rr. .1-0 y w i.ii iit'.ai-h-nent proper per.' th. t'o th- AT rPTTT1 T T TT V ti 1 Tt, tory rf Aurora M.- rdica nia 11. your..; Armenian gill of goat auty. i.s fid as .1 v.wd ir-ident bo re l!i" bl'-.ely ba-kground - f ),or- 1 ro wlio-li bus been the file f ;!, AllT;ei,;an "peojie, .-'O U-l . " t 1) be Seen Tb'alre. She is t; f;ome, pfte, .,,(., , I i ncirty :i, T;;rk , Oe.4ei: with the 1, e V b -! 1 1 , j, f A : ' t : . . n of he i ii j.ui.' ii : r- !c-r iin .1 Today : ". A . -V. Tlirillin,i! It a rtr !-: tt " . 3 f arn in at-irrw 1111- T-lMrT 111 I Will Mi. Where Everybody Goes : Lj ' n HAMMOND mm FEATURE ATTRACTION TODAY. THURS. AND FRIDAY "THE DANUBES" An Athletic Classic FISHER Si3TERS5enS2tion3I Novelty. CLIVER- HALUGAN & C'ROURKE-Songs and Smiles. BOND WILSON & CO. In a Comedy Skit Entitled "The Doctor Shoo. Is I WOLF h WfLKINS Also PEARL WHITE aho'.T .i-,riv 35 p. in. Nh;! riiiji 2 to n "-T- w.-n. t-.Uf t e:)o,run,: 7 Saturday I ' 14 I t I I "i ,rr ,i..,.. ... ' k Friday and Sateday ANTONIO MORENO m the seventh episode of 'THE INVISIBLE HAND" Saturday Evening "THE OPEN DOOR"' vith an all star cast. icrtti. 45i-?!day ALICE JOYCE in "SLAVES OF PRIDE" M011 y Woflnosilay, Fob. 2.", H2''. Hsewi 6V.rr Economy an uvci y DEATH OF MRS. WIVILL Mr. (';,.; oV;.,k th .s Ad-ii,v st. vi:'i 11 pop! ' iw-1 by tw l-'arr,!. end iiern.e f ;. V.-Ivl;t died at R morning at h-r home. 417 The el' ceased w as s-tri. ken xy iiti jv-b. 11. She is sur o eons. John l-'arr'll and Itay or; daugliter. Mr. p. rr.ar.l "i e:iy. The body will bo P' ck I- land. Ph. for huri:.l l:.e;i t-row mormrur. Get the ben u ,i"itt!S end Avoid hA Wast" ttt f vyL--'" 1 . . .T SIJOIJ Tomorrow The Valley of Tomorrow with William Russell AH Star Cast. Sensational! Dramatic! 9 9 INDIANA -Accordior.kt. The Golf Cure "THE BLACK SECRET." and Sv.itrdar. Matinee daii-r at to 11. Sunday anv! hoildayi 'wa- : i .- ft-Ji " "