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THE WEATHER
LAKE
COUNTY
Read By All the Peo
pie Who Vant All
the News
Ton INDIANA Partly cloudy to.
ht and Saturday) cooler tonight.
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VOL. XIV, NO. 202
FRIDAY, APML 23, H)20.
HAMMOND, INDIANA
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Lynching
ATTEMPTED
, AT CAPITAL
62,000 Storm Jail to Get Col-
ored Ravisher; One Negro
Is Shot.
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
INDIANAPOLIS. I ND . , April 23 Af-
Str a night in which an unorganized
Uriob of more than 2,000 persons at
mpted to storm the Marion ccunty
Jail to get "William Kay, 19. confessed
ngro layer of 14-yetr-old Martha
Jiufi white girl, and thousands gath
ered around the down town district
vera dispersed by mounted police and
yohce reserves, Indianapolis was quiet
today.
Crowds of theater-goers and idly
ieurlous thronged about the streets
near the jatl with scores Intent upon
lynching. Heavily armed police, how
ver, held the mob at bay and as the
night wore on the crowds were scat
tered. Soldiers, marines and sailors
vho volunteered their services to the
Xollce, were held in readiness for an
emergency.
p The demonstration followei t"he con.
fession of Ray that he had lured the
white child into the lonely Eagle
Creek bottoms and assaulted her, then
(ended her life by stabbing;. He plead
fcd guilty. In court late yesterday and
Its held for grand Jury investigation,
t A number of arrests were made dur
ing the night of Alleged ring-leaders
ht. the. mob.
k Leon Harris, 19, was shot in the
fleg. while running from a crowd of
(jrhite men a short distance from the
Can.
IK GLENN
IS NEARLY
WIPED OUT
8 West Hajr.m end's fire department re
ceived a call for help yesterday after
yeon from Oak Gienn which is & part
'cf the town of Lans ng, 111. A ehed
"in the west part of the town was burn-
enar and as Lansing has no fire fighting
quipment. it was realized at once that
'the, situation was critical. With the
jjiigh wind which was blcwlng It is con
sidered miraculous that the entire
own was not wiped out. Fortunately
he shed stood fully fifty feet from any
ther buildings and while nothing
rou:d be dene to save- It the townsfolk
were able by close attention to put out
ma! fires started by flying embers. '
1 Lansing's water supply for fire fight
ling is meagre. The only place from
C-hich hosie could be strung for the fire
( ngtr.e was the well at the cemetery,
jnecessitatlng 600 feet cf hose. This
,wel! was soon pumped dry, but for
tunately the flames were well In hand.
flht incident has aroused the citizens
wto their need of better means for corn
abating flrea and it la expected that
pome action -will result by which Ian
din;, Oak Glenn and Eernice will be
tendered independent of cut side aid in
Uurh emergencies.
SUGAR HOGS ARE
ARRESTED TODAY
r INTER NATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
yresv Orleans, la., Apni 24
iCovernment agents today charged six
ugar dealers, three wholesalers,
Schmidt and Zefgler. Charles Russell
and Pons and Gordon and McCall, with
yyramidlng the margins in sugar and
three retailers, Eugene Raboul and
Eon, H. A. Zahn and A. Tradico, with
profiteering in sugar. Zahn is alleg
ed to hav sold sugar for 35 cents a
pound. Bond was fixed in each case at
3, 000. Other arrests are expected.
PACKER HEADS
ARE INDICTED
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE)
NEW YORK, April 23. Heads of the
Brooklyn branches of Armour & Co..
pwift & Cc, and Wilson & Co.. packers.
ver today Indicted by .the federal
trrand Jury. in Brooklyn on charges of
profiteering in the sale of meat.
The Indictment against the head of
ithe Armour Co. branch contained three
counts, the one against the head of the
Fwjft & Co. plant for counts and one
indictment against the head of Wilson
Cos. branch.
if th men are found guilty they
fc a fine of $5,000 on eah count. The
Indictments were returned under the
I-ever act.
1 Try A Times Want Ad.
His Name Didn't
Mean Anything
Pullman Porter Finds
"Pleasant" Just a Pass
word to Bad Luck.
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE1
CHICAGO, April 2 3 Peeking
covertly about him, an Ethiopian
individual stole from the Fullman
car "Bacchus"' early today with a
large sultlcase. Nearing the Ni
trance to the railroad yards he
was halted by a prohibition agent,
who demanded to inspect the con
tents. The inspection revealed
twenty-four pints of moonshine.
The ebeny-hued one who proved
to be a Tullman porter, was prom
ptly haled before a desk sergeant
at a rolice station, together with
his smuggled fire-tvateiv.
"Name?" asked the sergeant.
"Man name's rieasant Jackson,
but it don't mean nuthing." was
the reply. "All "at name Stan's
fo' am a password to bad luck."
Important
Sanitary
Meeting
North Township Cities To
Discuss J oint Sanitary
District Tonight.
Official represntatlves of Hammond.
Last Chicago and Whiting together
with representatives of the commercial
organizations of the three cities and
some interested citizens will meet to
night at the Last Chicago ciy hall for
discussion of he sanitary district which
has bean under consideration for the
past few years.
The question of a sanitary district
has been revived by citizens ef Ham
mond who believe that the time is now
opportune for some action and that the
cities should decide at this time wheth
er there should be individual or con
certed action. Hammond and Whit
ing seem to favor concerted action,
while East Chicago is inclined toward
a purification system of its own,'
The sanitary district question came
before the East Chicago Chamber of
Commerce a few weeks ago ar.d upon
recommendation of a committee ap
pointed to look into the matter it was
decided to recommend tc the city au
thorities that East Chicago refuse to
co-operate with Hammond or Whuing
and establish a sewerage disposal
nlant of its own. The matter has
never been presented to the city coun-
cil by the Chamber
it is believed that
of Commerce but
the council hold
the same ODinlon as that held bv the I
Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber
of Commerce decided that an Individ
ual plant would be cheaper for the
citizens of East Chicago and erjually
as satisfactory as a sanitary district.
Tteports of the committee of engin
eers of Hammond. East Chicago, Whit
ing and Gary will be submitted at the
meeting tonight and a thorough in
vestlgation and discussion will follow.
T
Postal employes of Hammond will
decide tonight whether they will cm
brace the new overall fad which at
present Is spreading to all parts of the
country. A ruling issued this week
by the Assistant Postmaster Generals
grants employes the privilege in dis
carding the regplar postman's uniform
for gray overalls if the men asr a body
so desire,
Hammond postman have been having
much difficulty in obtaining uniforms
of late. Prices for clothing have
soared while postmen's, salaries have
remained stationary. For this reason
many manufacturers declare they can
not put out a respectable looking uni
form at a price which wo-uld appeal to
a postman. Some companies have dis
continued making uniforms.
At the meeting this evening Ham
mond postal employes will talk it over
and vote for or against the adoption
of gray denim for the summer months
REPEAL DAYLIGHT
CARRIERS
MAY ADOP
GRAY DENIM
SAVING ACTlgH
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICEl
ALBANY, N. Y.. April 23. The as
sembly today passed the Fowler bill
repealing the daylight savings law by
a vote af 78 to 58. The measure gives
municipalities the right to determine
for themselves retention or repeal of
the daylig-ht law. The bill now goes
to the governor.
AUTO ACCIDENT
While driving his automobile east on
7th avenue yesterday morning James
Herbert. 11 Carolina street, Gary,
crashed into a hors and hutrey.
rmashing the buggy and receiving mi
nor injuries.
LOWDEN IN LAKE
COUNTY
SATURDAY
( BULLETIN)
Word was received In Lake couaty by
LowafB managers That oot. Lowaen is j
a3ck In "bed and will be unable to carry
oat his speaking engagements In the
j county tomorrow.
Gov. Frank O. Ijowden of Illinois,
candidate for president on the repub-
i lican ticket will come to Lake county
' tomorrow for a day's speaking tour
and his lnlterary ha? been arranged
as follow?:
Indiana Harbor about noon.
Crown I'oint about 3 p. m.
Gary (Armory Hall) about 8 p.
m .
Gov. I.owden will also speak In
iiiitiiji,u iul uir urn-? e i ii,- iii-xt j
here has not yet been definitely fixed. I
WHAT WILL
00 OVER FARES?
Citizens of Hammond. Whiting and
East Chicago are expectantly waiting
fc-r the Ind.ana Public .Service Commis-f-ion's
announcement of the date of the
liearinsr on the petition ff the H. W. j
& V.. C. Tly. Co., for an Increase in the j
rre5. The petition of the company to
have the c --mm is. "ion assume Jjrlsdlct-
'on In the matter as Hied at Irullanap- I
o';s eanesilay and it l relieved th.it
the hearing will be li'M about the
middle of May.
The petition sets out the amount of
trackage in the three cities and shows
that it is operated ns ono fftm. Jt j
is further p'-lnted out that as it miit
rprrate under three different franchis
es, the company must treit with three
Foard of Works, three Ominon Coun
cils and three mayors, whene.vep any
change, affecting the fran'-h;e is con
templated. While the company did net surrender
its franchises within the time lim.t
fxed by the law. It shows that the ac
tions? the commission in assuming Jur
isdiction with respect to the Columbia
ave., extension and other chances dur
ing the war has the effect . -f bringing
the entire system under the Utilities
Law end the Commission has acq uir'd
full Jurisdiction, for the purpose of
gronting the relief prajed for In the
i I'lit'on
it is urpeo T,i.ar immea;aie action
taken bv the
Comm!s;i,-n in order that
i the petition for a uniform fare of
ht
cents for the dirtrict may be fix erf in
time to meet the demands of the rraln
men for wage, '.norras.es.
IS
E SUIT
3faklnc dates with Mrs. Jewel Joyce
of Hammond and going to dances and
cabarets with her in Hammond, Gary,
South Chicago- and Chicago and buying
bouquets of flowers for the "Jewel'' are
some of the reasons named td.iy by
Neva CUay I.anden. of Gary, for wanting
a di' orce fre-m her husband. Kmil Na
thaniel Fand'll. En;l called her dirty
names, hit her in the face with hi fists
while she was in bed and limited the
grocery and milk bill to a dollar a
day, the plaintiff avers. She also
charges that Mr. Joyce came to her in
a drug store where she had to work so
that she could live, trying to locate Mr.
Landell. On one occasion the plain
tiff asserts Mr. Joyce came to their
home and dmanded a settlement from
Uandcii for .his alleged actions with
Mrs. Jojr.
REAR ADMIRAL
KILLS HIMSELF
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 1
WASHINGTON. April 13. Hear Ad
miral C I.. Brittain, chief of staff to
the commander of the Atlantic fleet,
shot himself and died instantly yester
day afternoon, according to a cable
gram received today by Secretary ff
the Navy Daniels, from Admiral Wilson
at Guantanamo Bay. No details were
.-en. The body is beinc shipped to
the U. S on board the Solace.
NEW WRINKLE IN
OVERALL CRAZE
SPECIAL TO THE TIMES1
PETERSBURG. Ind., April 23. Teb
Tyler, son of Ger-rge Tyler, of Augusta
?nd Sophia Bush, daughter o John
Bush of Augusta, were married here by
the He. . Golden Smith, at the clerk's
rffice yesterday afternoon.
The Rev. Smith pronounced the cere
mony drrs.-ej in a pair of overalls and
the clerk who issued the license i. o
was clad in overalls.
Try A Times Want AH-
M1S0N
HAMMOND
WOMAN
NAMED
DVORC
REFUSE TO GO
BACK TO WORK
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE)
CHICAGO, April S3. Fifteen thjatu
sand striking- "outlaw" switclxmeo,,
called to a. bag's pec meeting' today
by John Gran a, their president,
smashed the hopes of their leaders
that they amicably end the -waJiout
when, shouttn a fierce refusal to re.
torn to work, they roae to tinanl
monsly rote to adjourn.
SPECTACULAR
CONVENTION
I in nninnfiinrn
5 vvxmm
Bryan and Edwards Expect
' ed to Clash Over Wet-Dry
Plank in Frisco Platform.
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERV1CE1
WASHINGTON, April iS-'mv that
returns from Nebraska liae made it
certain that William Jennings Bryan
will be one of the tleleates-ai-large
i to S311 Francisco, politicians here fore
.ee ne of the most sensational con
tentions in the history of the party.
The Anti-Saloun Lfagim has sum
moned its forces for a descent upon
both Chicago and San Francisco where
every atomnf jtg strength will be us
ed, not only to keep out of the rarty
platforms anyth'n.; approaching a
"wet" plank, but to have inserted,
if possible, a dirrl'iuly "dry" one.
At San I"ian".";i' O an will lead
t he fig-ht against "flie -wets." lr wi'll?
inslts upon something upliolding the;
"dry" laws being included in the J
patty's declaration of faith, while be-'
!hsnd him will h sme of the most;
powerful influences in the country.
i Against him will be Gov. Edward 1. :
I Edwards, of New Jersey and another
I group r f strong backers, who will go i
to wn t rancison dtermlned to put ;
over a "wet" plank If it ran be done j
by a fight. j
A third group Bryan will have to I
fight will be the faction favoring light '
wins and beers, and who are ex-j
pected to demand some expression of j
favoring a more liberal interpretation
of existing laws.
Against all these Bryan has publicly
announced he wifl wape battle.
The hasVJest fight of all. however,
is expected tr- come over th treatv
. ' . V --' '
an'j wi- aarnmisiracion leader v.-ill
go to San Franilsco determirod to
. rrv out the Ideas f President Wil
son in writing in the party platform.
The democratic national committee is I
on record giving the president their
unanimous endorsement. including
every detail of hid efforts to make
peace .
Bryan will fight the Wilsonians both
tooth and nail cn this issue. Ife has
taken the position that the treaty
should tie accepted by the democrats
with the Ivodsre reservations entire 1
, t lat Is the .-.'t that can be d T.e.
j Those who w!f.-i:?red the bltt-vncs-s of
the wrangle n the- sni" re,r t;,j.
point, and the sharp clash between
capitol Mil and tbo Whit? IIou.se on
the subject, foie.ise terrific crimniaee
when the par.y f-'-eathirs c the Go!,
den Gate next June.
What -with the "wet" ar.d "dry" fight
on his hands and the fight against the
administration leaders on the treaty
and loague. Bryan will have at Han
Francisco, the hottest fight of his life
and
spectacular things are expected
to taV
place- there.
REED REJECTED
AS DELEGATE
f INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 1
JOPUx. Mo.. April 23 The Demo
cratic state depratmnt this morning
flatly rejected V . S. Senator James A.
Reed as a delegate to the national con
vention because of hi." stand in relation
to the League of Nations.
Anticipating defeat in any attempt
to name Jleed as a delegate at lar;e,
the. Fifth Congressional adherents of
Reed. named him as a district delegate
but the convention rejected the nom
ination. The result means that the
convention stands staunchly behind
President Wilson and his administra
tion, the peace treaty and the league
covenant, a split having been threaten
ed In the convention on these Issues.
WAR ON SPUDS
STARTS IN SOUTH
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 1
ATLANTA, (la., April 23 Eocal res
tauranteurs and a number of hotels
have declared war on the soiamun to
berosum, placing tri following con
spicuous signs in nearly all eatatori
ums :
"We will not serve Irish potatoes in
any form until the prices are more
nearly normal. Kat sweet potatc-es, a
Georgia product.'
The wholesale prii e f,-.r t1(, om p
lowly "spud" today ruled at $11.50
per 100 pound sack.
Don't throw your paper awaj
tvithout readine the want ad page.
HOW A SENATOR
PA
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f W-y..t . '
It ' ' '
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SE2
Senator Sheppard Inspecting Senator Dial's. Overalls.
U. S. Senator Nathaniel B. Dial of South Carolina is the lpader cf
the overall movement in the senate. He was accosted on the street by
Senator Sheppard of Texae, who was skeptical at first but after a careful
examination decided to adopt blue deniro as his congressional uniform.
U. S. OFFICIALS ASK
FOR AMERICAN
BlLLKTllV
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
WASHIMjTOX, Aprtl 23 The state
department this afternoon requested
the navy drpni-1ment In send two light
drnft gunboats to Maznttnn and Topo
lobampo on the West roust of Mexico.
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 1 )
WASHINGTON, April 211 American
representatives at the: Mexico ports of
Topolbampo. Mazatlan and Fior.tora,
hae asked that American warships :
! bo sent to those ports, the state de- ,
partrnent announced today. ,
The state department refused to,
make any statement as to the incidents j
which have led to the request tor war- 1
ships. j
The matter of sending warships Is I
now under consideration, the state de- I
partrnent . announced . j
The genera! attitude of the state de.
partrnent was that the request t-r Mar- j
hips was a matter not to be taken
; -o seriously, and it Is evident that j
t n e fiaii u e p a r t m e n i was not anxious
to crest any unusual comment on the
matter.
JUDGE
TROUBLE OVER WOMAN
f INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICEJ
DOUGLAS. ARIZONA. April 13
Tgnazio Pesqueria. chief Justice of the
Mexican supreme court, was axrested
here today by a gen to of the U. S. de
partment of Justice.
His arrest Is said to be in connection
with allegations that h brought a
woman into the U. S. from Mexico,
and transported her from Laredo, Tex.,
to Douglas. The woman in the case.
also seized here, gives the name
of
Maria Rodriguez.
Pisqueira, who is the father of nine
chi'dren. Is on of the wealthiest cit
izens of Mexico, owning extensive
ranch and mine properties. He was
recently appointed by Carranza as mil
itary governor of Sonora. but became
leader of th secessionist movement.
FIREMEN ARE
ABLE TO BE UP
Mike King and William Parkey. the
two members of the Gary fire depart
ment who had miraculous escapes with
their lives in an arte crash near East
Chicago early Wednesday evening, the.
account of which was'told exclusi vely
in The Times yesterday, ate both able
to be up and around today.
Kin? who wsas the most seriously in
jured was ate" to leave the- Mercy hos
pital yesterday and Parkey who escap
ed with a few lacerations and bruises
was abie to assume his duties.
Take The Timra and 'k"p
touch with the whole world.
WARSHIPS
MEXICAN
LOOKS IN OVERALLS
' - - afunff iaM-f hi "-v " " -r' r 'Ti' -,y- J . y ; .
, 1 ; . t 'list-.-
5 em; NEWS
FLASHES
(BULLETIN)
1 INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE'
iv.'.s .sji:ut:.. Cain., April 2 i.
Tin; United States destroyers Salem
and McC&wlcy ill hii S.o, i.j,.c,(
harbor at 1 o'clock this af :c-rnion.
bound for Mazatlan, M":eo, pur
suant to crders from the i.avy de
partment received todav.
(BULLETIN)
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
SAN A N T )Mii, T.. Apri; - :
Ail Mexn an feneral army offo
leaves of bse.no" liavo born
moned to report for duty imiin
ly. Tl.i"? information was re
from Jks Ico Cit v.
r? on
in
i
vert
(BTJX.LXT1N)
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
NEW Vol IK, April 22 i'li stock
market closed weak today. The list
was under Increased pressure itj the
last hour, although some rallies oc
curred at. the close. S'-.-el common
s forced down to !5 but rallied
to 36'..
(BULLETIN )
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE!
PARIS. April 23. Trie French
senate, sitting as a hiph court of
justice, today imposed a sentence of
three eArs imprisonment upon Jo
seph Caillaux. ex-prcmicr of France.
WOOD IN GARY
NEXT THUR5. NIGHT
Valparaiso will be Leonard Wood's
first stopping place next Thursday.
April 23th, when he is scheduled to
appear in Lake county. He will ar
rive at Valpo at 10:50 in the morning
where he will speak at a noon meet
ing. From Valparaiso he will Journey to
Michigan City w here lie w il speak
in the afternoon and will then skip
hack to Gary where he will attend a
il o'clock dinner and will spin,, et a
nias meeting at tne io: :nan ana
Kykes Fifth avenue garage at S p. m.
sharp.
His next stopping place will be at
Hammond at 9:C0 o'clock, where he
will speak at the Unity Hall in that
city. At midnight he will take -the
Motion train for Indianapolis.
POOR CITY FOR
RESTAURANTS
NEW YORK. Ap-il 23. Petrograd
was painted as a city of starving mul
titude, lark'ng all the necessar.es of
life, by Lieut. Anarus T. Ward, t-f Chi
cago Just returned today from 15
months servite In Russia with the
American Relief Expedition. He de
clared the conditions in Moscow were
beyond belief and tliHt the entire na
tion was practically foodie -s, fueliess
and f actcrylcss .
"There is nothing to eat in Petrognei
and Moscow-, and hundreds die dally
from starvation or d'se.e superin
duced by Malnutrition." he said. ' There
are no w.ater systems, no coal and the
street railways and electric light sys
tems) are in use only a few hours each
day.
t- - fit - n
j Dozen More Denominations
Express Sympathy With The
Movement.
The fianrlal culmination of mary
of many months of organization a.nA
education of the members of Profs-'
taut churches in Indiana and the na
tion will come Saturday. April 2.ti..
the opening day of a wee 's fhia nci.il
campaign of thirty Protectant denom
inations. tl.. co-operatinij- units nf th
Interchurch World Mnvement.
A dozen more denominauons ha.
formally expressed their sympathy
with the Movement. The names -f
the thirty denoir.i.iations which u"
fake part in the. simuit an-oi;? ca
pa.gn throughout the I'n.f'I State.!
n's week and the amount ' ach
to pledge follow:
Advent Christian Church. $35. ("'';
Northern Maptist ('nnvpnti.r. 5 ! 10.51: ", -f-oe.;
National P.apti.t .,r.v.-nt!on II'''-2.-,n
,,r,f, ; (imeral P.at.ii.s. $:::.."
'hurch of the Brethren. I -J. Ill',
Hrethren Church $:u').0 '!''; Chri-i ' a r.
Church. ST.'T.f ' 1 ; C.r.rei;at.io::..l
rivirchff. $ f. 1"'v47r ; I.'.j..?!pi.i f
Christ. $12. ?.;"!. K.S; Kvaneeiicul A si- -ciatiori
$1.331. .'6,.; I'tiited Huip Hrsi
church $ 3 0 . 1 S 2 ; Society of Friends in
A merioc. $ !.o''2.r S 1 , S',-iPty f Friends
in California. $ 1 . Hjllr.' church
$5ft.i.r.: Evangelical Synml of x .
1 . s 1 tt. :,2 1 : general .rfere:n of M.n
r...niten, SS2.ni''1. Metis ..ciy. Upiscopa i
i hurch, $ " 1 . 4 S ..T.'.T, lh:s to'.J inclU'l .-s
$2l.iH'"l,f' 1 which wos subscribed in
tire Ce:t r.arj ea ill ; a 1 n . IN.f-tiiod .-t
Protestaiit ch tire it $ 1 T . S.Rttt; . Free )-
thodist chi.ivh of N. A.
African M-'i'iciVjt Inls-,-.
h ur c ir 1 1 ? t.. ti ', - ; C o j . r e d
F.piscol cl':Urci;. ? 2 ",'.f"f;i
Zloi; Fr,:. n Ap. stoi,c ch:;i
I're.s'ny t ria u churc u in tii'
$4 i STO.C '-.'. Presbyter; c'
M 2-t.J'i,
i Z-cti
.tctli-.'rii:--
:, rmc'.
7 r ':
I" .
OF BREACH
' INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE!
I MARIETTA. .. A;,:i! 2 'I Any i.i-
, t : :na t i--n tl.a. a break ie. "cc.;rr-i
: between Cd . W. i". l'reo'- r r.re.
Frank H.tchcoeK. icy oampulKn m:r.-
a tiers, is unatttlieiiticattd and may be
U-l aracttris' il as ni' iny ca.i:p.il.2:- pro
paganda." said Gcti . Leonard. Wo ',,
jwhon questioned about a c ntr ..-t.-y
between his two ca mpali-. ;i iranacn-.
"Noth.r.g in it at all." sa;l Wo-,d
"Tii my certain knowledge C. P
tor and Mr. Hitchcock are united i
preiuot itic, my candidacy."
Gen. Woods' spc cil lies e Lite yes.
; terdtey ooncei neil itself v. jt'o an an. -I
w er rh.llleng ina n advert iseir.e::t is
sued by local Ilarctiiur st.p;' ':!"!.-. it.
I which thev r mpi.iiS ,:-.' i - nd-!'.. y
toward militarism. Wood d-:ib-d i;n
I plications cast cn l.im by the ad vet -,
tisements and referred to l Is pa.!t
I wi itui about mililary traiiiin 1"
! which he spor.s .red an army of 22.5.
!(") men. Ho jxdd-d that I. wanted
It lie rert of the j-o.n-; nrc-n of the tit
. ti'-li I" at least be- able to shoot
si r.-vlpjit .
NEW YORK HEARS REPORT.
UNTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
NEW UK. April 2:;. Despite the
denial from Gen. V ood that t here had
been any split between Frank H. Hit' h
cock. his field manager, and C I. Wm.
, Cooper I'roctor. chairman of the Wood
I campaign committee, the report tha
Hitchcock and I'roctor fre flatly at odd -I
persisted in political circles here tela v.
Co). I'loetor -iis to lea vo Tor Chicago,
where he is scheduled for a conference
I with io n. Wood. This conference, it i-
j r Cport e(. tt.is c;,ljf, bv (Jen. e-'ll. wiv
wants to patch up the Uiffcicne.es be
tween his campaign lejiUcrsi.
Hitchcock had iiothinti to pay. Co!,
rroctor contented lnmsc'.f wi'h the an
nouncement: "I know nothing at ail of Hr. Hitch
cock's attitude; except what I have seen
in the newspapers."
EXPECT LONG
STRUGGLE
Expecting a lors and drawn out rail
strike, it wa;' learned rstr rday that
several hundred workmen, the major!'-,
of whom were employe. 1 in tb- Ameri
can Sheet and Tin Plate Company,
have left the city 'in search of em
ployment in some of the eastern citb
According to reports cooiine; from ti.o
plant yesterday many of the men that
left ti.e city were rollers and sk.lbd
w oi l: men .
A 1 1 lions h handicapped with a s'v-'i-age.
the Anieiican Sheet and Tin I'!.-;e
company whi- h shut down ticbt fo -lowing
the strike is nov worl.ini: : i
mills and are planning on opr,n- 1
more by the first of next week
j 5 4 1 j 1 1 . l1'. ,', j'resiiy'.e:-.ln c'itirch ;n t
j' i ConMnued on page two j
' WOOD DENIES
ANY REPORT

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