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Tuesday, December 6, 1921.
rim ttmes wk grrCTw npi,m PAGE SEVEN E. CHICAGO NEGRO SHOT TO DEATH The East CWiago police are scouring the district today in an effort to locate an unknown nero, who shot Dave Bra keene. (col.-red), at his home. 3589 Block avenue. Indiana Harbor, late last night. This morning Brakeene died in Cue St. Margaret's hospital, lUmmohS, s a result of the shooting. The injured man when taken to Ir. Teetrardeu's office, early this morning, e-t'.d that he mu setting- in his kitchen leading the ev.nin.tr paper and that a strange man walked into the room, and without a ord tired at him five times, 11 of the bullets taking effect. Brakeene said when the man shot a him, he Jump ed through the window sn-.t ran. The police found Brakeene in front of the Wauhinpton hotel on Block avenue, where he had fell exhausted after escaping- the murderer. What might have leen the reason of the shooting, the police are still at a loss to learn. Xo statement from Bra keene before hhs death this morning fca-s been able to clear the mystery shooting. Facts are evident that Era keens has maintained rendezvous for "moonshine" parties ami night reveler ik's have been reported to the police .'tui'im on several occasions. It la ,j known that there has been trouble a the Urukvene family, ami that the l-.UKbund has charged his wife with In fidelity. At the time of the shooting:, ll'e wife was) said to be in the hasu I i of the honaa with another man. isHitT SMILES AT TH A OHAiUilB'U G-IELS tl iiiT.i.,ih J 11 r f nt --if it V- -.' 'ft '4 Newly Diatovcred Orao. Dr. ti. Vlinll. ilio ItnMnn nntw. allit, hns d!(irfiW'( that bluls nuil l:t ! luvo h Biuail fiins uivan or vpslrlo sltiiHtod on tlie miibilo will I of (he J tyttiiiflnlc cnvlty of tliPir oer. When tii!s ( rrmr.ved they term to have no ucii9i of bnlanctt. Vltall conrluili.i ' thut this orymi, which renrts to rl- j ntlonf of ruessure wlth'n th mblille ( ear, thus oiuibk-s the bird to let.eruiin.fl ; the density of the air through wiib'h It j Is moving and reis'-nte Its lautsculsur j luovenients accordingly. '"in - .1-7 ," U 1 ' 1 r ' 4 . i 1 " f fx-.'1 Howlls' Hetort. VVIien W. D. Ho veils was In Venice a l:i!iky American l.ean to Jest ahoat the former's Corpulence. "If I were as fat as you ar," he tald Jokingly, "I d pa and hnng myif !f." "If I ever tak yhur advice," said Howeils, "I'll usa you for a roje." To-Night and All Week! Moose Xmas Fond Circus Frolic UNITY HALL 4r Acts V audeville 4 Kroll Broso Orchestra Dancing Every Night Admission 10 Cents Intoxicating Drinks Are Old. j Intoxicntlnt drinks made froi ; htney, barley iind Rrapcs wert; kn .vn j at least l.CtO year H. ('., un ihey , ! rny have been known 5,00i or iu.i,'j i ! yva'rs B. C. ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES l!!!illS!liii!i!!llinii!Silii!!iIIHIi!i!iHl!!iii!i!!i!I!!Si!!! we nave i a. ... Your pet story about the traveling ' straw hat In the winter time. R. 11 j with sua year of experience could-'( man in the country hotel or the newly I Iu,1 proprietor of the t..re, offer.-.l a!r. s;t when fhe sweet young thin.- prize to each individual who maiie Jtrt tii-Kl'-fl him under tn. ch-,n. how u;! arrived Irishman in New York City will stnile. Held exp.-ot "l'"kcr Face" Bert Tb'ber- CETZ GIRLS BEAT "BLUE DEVILS" basketball fr3 who l'ke (tames re- rle'9 with thri'.lii found jo:-t whit they vsre look in ic for h.st nlpht when the much talked of tuatch between the Beta rrnd the l;lue Pcvils wa.s rut on ft the l-i,f HyeM is schofd gym. Hetz v. on. 3 to ?,. but overtime was neces sary in playintr oft' i ? to 3 tie. The R.wn at the end of the first quarter w?.. 0 to 0. In the second ooarter the Woe Iv-viis corped one j-fdrtt. In lie thild .(t'arter the a.M"d tv.-o more whil the He 35 crowrt grab be. i 1. The "os-t (o.oir'or opened 3 to 1 in favor of the Blue Peril-. The Het f'.'s iMit over ; iiel-1 basqet tiein the fo.rc aid it remained that way at the end of the period. i - tiv was continued rr.til ar.Pih.'r f'-M t-askel gave 'he 5rr-e t;. tl'.e Kez iive. It was a wild old contest. The grirts a-;,.rpo.j ;-ne rui,. ai laid Sown for wo menfolks and in.-i'stcd on pbiyinc the pa nse jar-f. like the Voys play it. Sev eral times it looked a? thoujrh the of-fl.r'nl.- woi.'l be takii hom on sf rt . her. However, no lives were lcA al '1 rfrct ici lly all or the g-irls are s-;.-crti;.ij bruises and skinned elbows fro.-i contact with the floor. Tne lineup: Fetz Martha Tledeman- center; Pora JSU-in and Helen I nival, forwards; Irene 'la'o and Tjr;i Kre'n, guards. PI'jo t'eyils Mildred Bowman and A rna Finklostein. center: Boridce Trowe, Oletha. Martin and lionise Spoerner, forwards: Orace E?sin.cer, Mildred And-rn rand leola Taylor, pilar Js. I-tlue Pevil scores v. ere made on tflree free th.'ow by .Anna i'mkelFtein. Betz scores were tnade m free throw and field basket by Pora Stein and field banket by Irene iialo. Keferee. i'red :.le:fVe''ier. have no effect upon the stern visage of The siTB did it charming, lovinw. son to keep a straight fac. Bert Ibberson, who is an attraction at foxy girls. They knew how to make It was all off. licit smiled and the the -Vyman Piano store at 525 Hchman Bert or any other man s;nl . street, today. Titey ! photorrapher caught him at it. And gii ls glgfjtU' 1 and ran away with - used the age-oid method, the trick that ! tl Bert is a. professional "loomy Oug" 1 caused Methuselah to frrin the day be- t out getting their prizes or giving their who wears a Palm Beach puit an.i fore he pao.-ed out. If Methus -lah ! s.-mits. 25 P ERSOHS PERISH IN 1 1 mi PHTERNATIONAL NEWS SCRV1CE rHlL.ioi. L.i iil... I'--.. ' A check-up - o..!av ..b.ox.-n that t went y-flv pevfons are ktv-wn to have perished in tho head-on . olHsion of two Phil tdal p'nia Ac Iteadinar railway trains near Bryn Athyn yesterday as exe'usivfly announced by the International N'ewj Service esterday. Aecorrtins in a hiph officia.1 of the road, more hod! -s may be buried In the debris, charred to ashes by the Ramos which consumed tho wood n cars when whitc.heat coals from the wrecked lo comotives spattoied dath ov r a wide erea, Scenes of horror were emvcterl comparable to the rocent St. Las are tunnel disaster ii; Paris. Over a sccre of injured have been ac counted for, -vhlla piec-s of bodies were still being found. Bc-cause of the condition of a number of the dead, it Is probnbln that a Jilnt funeral will be held over the remairs. MOST BEAUTIFUL LADY IN JAPAN RETURNS HOME f"-vT : A- V- f ft.!' v I' ly all eimina'ed. Aa the r..ad n-..w runs there aro about tvventy ro.Il..io tiussiiig.i. When the new loute i tiuuio I note will be only about five crob.-3ii.(;s The road, in a Keiie.-ii. way, will follow the eje of b,ak- , .Uiciiiban. HAS NEWS Manager Cline of the Western Union Tele?ra;H Company, announces an ar-r-aisement. -.'feciive on November 25th. whereby cald money trantiferN to Ger-ir.Ri-y w ill be paid in American funds. Tue part.lctilar value of this arrange ment Is that it eliminates all questions cf -xchf.np and places the payee in a pcsitlon to take full advanta are of the premium on American currency. It al p involves refund of the full amooint ri.-po.itt d in tb case of non-payment, which is not her great advantage In the case ,f a depreciated and declining; f crei.Efn currency. The "iVc:"fin Union Telearaph Ccm rany hf-Keves that the arrang-ment of this direct money transfer servjep to Germany on the dollar basis will be of ooiisidfr'ible eonvf rucncc to people de siriin? to .send money cheaply, quickly, f-afely and eirictly, to their friends or relatives in that Country. LYONS CANDIDATE FOR STATE CHAIRMAN Tenth District Leader wants To Head Republican Party in State. Ti m es bureau at state capital! IXPiA.nA-'i 'ijla', O'X. k- J'he . umor that Pawrence l.vor.s. director of the Hate higrhv ay cc.mmisslon and Tenth pistilct -hair:n an, will e a candidate for the Republican jtate cha iruianship In the re-or:,. i, 7.1v bm of the rtata committee ixt May, is beins regard ed with more ni'erest becauso of a ata.t ment tsiade today by Mr. Lynns. He v. aj a -iked !f lie was to become a candidate for the place. In reply Mr. J ,y .- n s f 8 : d : "It h s always been rc.y ambPI in to be state cbairmnn of my party. I hove rover ho i any such amb'l Pna o hold an fleet; o:Ti e. That in all 1 ton F-.iy 3i"ot Jo m-Utcr at this tl.ne." Many wf the friend." of tj ,vrnor Mc Crf.y and -ri' ir Jcmes K. Watson have 'c-en Rftivo for time in the in- GARY NEGRESS CONFESSES SHOOTING Several hours after she had shot and murdered Ell Johnson, colored, in Oary last ntErht, a colored woman grivin? her name as Wi'iie Tounf, 1726 Maasa chusettes street, walked calmly to the police station, gave herself to the po lice and then confessed to the cflma. 1 According to a police account, the shootinar occurred shortly after three ; o'clock this morning in a rear room at Nick Valenti's place at 1728 Adams st. : When the police arrived Johnson was ! found lying dead face down on the ' floor. j Coroner K. E. Evans was called and ordered the body to be taken to Guys undertaking parlors on the south side. While the police were still searching for his slayer the Younsc woman sur rendered herswlf to tho police. She la being held under arrest on an open charge pending a thorough investiga tion. While the police have not learned the details of the murder itis believed that the motive was jealousy. Johnson Is single, 28 years old. and as far as Is known has no relatives in Gary. (1,1 :n,ftV u 1 - POLICE RAID WHITING "MOONSHINE PARLORS" SPECIAL TO THE TIMES TTinTlN..., imi.. ie,-. . Three more drink p.trlora were raided by tb-i-WhitinK t-! b-e. the evidence In each case being gained by them. Those a rested were An :rew Sabo . f 4 '15 Stelb or s treat, arrested by Officers Vv'r..!,!i i and S<aman on compl .in of Offi.j. Wagner. -harsre.j with violation f v: -. liquor law, 'n'oxioatlnu lliuor b in found at his place. He was r.-lccs . "n a $1,000 bond signed by John Ui -ban . BUlie R!lik of 426 121st street, was r'-stod for the ame offense by Offi cers Wag.-.i-r, Sal'zman and V:djvi :n complaint of Officer Vidovich. Ho vas released on 0 $i,00r bord sis'ti'.d by Pante Jiaralovlch. Thd other ol fonder was Mike Kanocz of 4i? Stei'.x . .-tieut. arreted on c-ompialnt of tifri-.-er Watrner by Bailiff Uirard and : tlcer Vuluvicb. He too put up a $1.00? bond furnished by Andrew and ,hi!i: Hervat. Considerable evidence was i'-und in eaxih ci'se. Lady Kyochi blujo. Lady Ryochi Kujo, often called Japan's most beautiful woman, has returned to her nativo land from Lordcri ifter a long: visit. Her hnsband in the yo'insrer brother of the empress of Japan. Pete Herman meets Joe Lynch, and Mike O'Powd -tackles Pon Bog-ash, In bouts in New York this week. OhlcAgo unit of Minnesota Alnmnl Association adopts resolutions urging retention of Dr. 11. S. "Will lams as G-ophera' foo-tball coach. Chicago "M" Cluh, composed of Mich, ie-an letter men, indorses Coach Pleld- ;r. i V. r- I ..." T mi-'ifnr SAND DUNE ROAD PUSHED NEXT SPRING Will Be One of Few Import -and Road Construction Jobs Projected. TIMES BUREAU AT STATE CAPITALl INDIANAPOLIS, Pec. 0 . one or the few important road construction pro jects to be puhcd next spring will bo the Sand Pune r; ad from Michigan City to Gary, a distance of twemy miles, it was announced today by the state highway commission. The con struction of this road is of great im portance to Northern Indiana because it opens up a safe venue for automo bile traffic into Chicago. The roa t tight of way will be changed so that the r.Uro-,d ercKinirs will b wtii-.i CLARKE STA. OFFICER STR0CKBYAUT010ILE Perry Martin, special night police of ficer at Clark Station is confined at the Mercy hospital in Gary today, sniff er ititT from severe injuries received at Fifth avenue and Clark Road last night when he was struck by an a'.'.tomolvi driven by Attorney Thad Menczynski. Mr. Mrnczynski was on his way t -Past ChieuMTO. At Fifth avenue an 1 Clark Head he saw Martin dart from behind a number of trucks directly in front of the machine. Although h? sw-un.tr his car into tho street . a' trucks of the 'lary and Indiana Harbor line he was unable to avoid striking Ma rt in. Placing Mr. Martin in his machine Mr. M--nczynski rnh1 him to I .-. Mercy hospital where an X-ray discios -ed that. Martin's lea had be, n brok. a and also suffered from painful biuis . Givlnfj 'Em a Sample. "La'1! es aii1 :-'ont'"ipeii." paid the chnirnum of tli ever.in., "in a few rn:pites T shall introduce the KenHe-mai- who is to adiiress you. It is wt'm.v function to deliver a speech at rbi time, but I shall just use up five or ten minutes po that you may know how Rood a speech you would have had to listen to wore T the speaker end he the chairman." Detroit Free Press. TWO WIVES ARE DIVINELY HAPPY WITH ONE HUSBAND UNTIL AUTHORITIES RUDELY BREAK UP LOVE NEST on-. is or L yons. K. M. s- r.oith f 1 !unTing:on, sta'e chairman. hns not .-nnounc-jd h-;tt.er l.e will bo a ..'andi.ii.to tt F'.'-ce-"! nlr.iself . English Poet. Thonins c.':ioT-bei;. Ftitrlisli poet, an. (Per of '!'... isisres of Hope." died at I'.onlospie. l-'ranee. in a stale of ini-bef-liity on .lure 15, 1844. at the aje Cf siyp -iio.-er., , . .. .. - - St -SJ" "- "- "tr v-- 1 r A v- -JJ -" " lh' x ijr v w 1 1 - !,-.?. 4F 1 . 1 6 ' -I " 1 3 - Left tor'gi.f Marjone Lip '. tne scro :n wife, V,"i'l -r.! Lo.'. iio t'nu1. hi.-bfro; Mnry Le I'i'i;, the f wiie, and Clara Lee Long, daughter of the hrht marriage. wife is as eoinr!etr'!y enamorc of hnr hu.-oand'f secr-n.i -x)U I- ..r,,, i.in, Jtlf .jv. 1 e. I.- L,jC JJ.tAl ....... Viilard Lor.tr, forty-two, Louis- j pared the weiidinK feast '.-r Lone rilie, Ky., business man, was Hv- and wile No. 2 a io-v weks ito. ; t.-n-r.n-n -nrtth iirn v.ll I n-liiln .isllhtCl' 1:1 t.MP first Tiiar- in the same home until the police rrwe. Clam, "ptoo;.. up with tn- i daut came alcr-sr and crone . up tne . your 3- ;hco.-iu u -",':& , "love net." Wife Ko. 1 pre- i marriage , cerei-ony. 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