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BOYS ASK HARDING
10 BE ONE OF 'THEM
140,000 Lads Want Presi
dent to Head Their Fed
eration. INTERNATIONAL NF.WS SERVICEJ
WASHINCTO.V. Feb. 27 President
Harding was asked b- KHie Ambrose,
14. of the Newsboys' Club of Ne.w York,
to become honorary president of the
Hoys" Club Federation, with n. mem
bership of 14,000 boys In ell i-arta of
the, United States.
Bddio called upon the president at
ths white house today and extended
the Invitation In person.
After explaining to the president li s
scope of the organization which he rep
resented. Eddie declared that the nmtto
of the Boys 'Club Federation wj-.s:
"charcter building- for citizenship." and
"The club to which I belong: has in
Its membership boys of more than a
score of different nationalities. r,ovs
of 11 nationalities, creed and color
are welcome, but we all are Americans
and love the country of which you are
rresident. "tt'e do not wish to boast of
our loyalty we live it, sir. From our
ciud there went to service in thn late
war 2,$90 boys. Twenty-eijcht made
the supreme sacrifice and such, Mr.
President, is the record of other clubs,
the membership of which we have the
honor to represent here today.
"VTe come on behalf of the 140.010
boys of the boys club federation, beg
Kng you to honor us by becoming our
honorary president. We appreciate you
have risen from humblo circumstances
to the most honored position within the
gift of our country. "We reali.o that
you have won the hifrnest respect and
esteem of not only your own. but of
the nations of the world. Your achieve
merit exemplifies the truth that in Am
erica a humble beginning- is not a han
dicap to greatness, but America stands
Tor opportunity for every boy."
The president was presented with a
petition signed by thouanda of boys
asking Mm to become the honorary
chief of tneir organisation.
TT is understood that J.ilkiv Fried
Juan is for building a city hospital.
PETER STERLING who has just re
turned home from Sunny Alaibama, says
the temperature was much different
lURECTOft Ieonard Smith wi'.l fur
nish music for the East Chicago Club
informal dance to be held in their club
rooms, Friday evening, March C!0.
PR. GIVEN, treasurer of t!ie
Chicago American Legion, says someone
is going to be S. O. I this year. Doc.
'.s going to semi 1922 dues in thin week.
KSKIMO or Alaska I'ie, doesn't make
ny difference with Tom Murphy. Tom
s manufacturing his own Ice cream
your fed art
rf pu KTr Cueva Brand
Herat KTi kjorfy aJ ma
j cnaUn thiiwaili W mad miaea,
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kmm Ckk, HatWM ud U Cnpp
tkrwult I tW stir wirttr tram.
At AM DrZiit30 Ctnts
m. a. nu comtawt. nmorr
MAN WHO HELPED TEACH T. R. WOODLCRE
UONOKEU BY ROOfEVELT MEMOKIAI r'JY
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"Bill" Sewall receiving the medallion of the Koosevelt society from
Sirs. Curtisa Demarest at the Roosevelt house.
W. W "Bill" Sewall, famous old Mair.e puide. who crave Theodore
Roosevelt late president, his first knowledge of wooolore recently
jo-irneyed from Highland Falls, Me., to New York to visit the Roose
velt home there, being rebuilt by the Roosevelt Memorial association.
He presented the society with a Apy of his book, "BilJ S.' Story jf
T. FL," and received a aiedaliion from that body.
chocolate coated 'bars,
DR. JACOU ;oi.i"
go's prominent den;:
his family to South
Goldman is expeclini
tal parlors there.
AN. Has C'hi-a-.
i.s moving witl
eiiil, snon. lr.
t ) establish deii-
EVKKTTHlXli Ffp.ns to be ali com
ing at once for Afsessor James Clem
ents. Kisht in t!:e middle of his cam
paign fur re-elei tion and tiie assessing
period starting March 1st.
TO HO! Are yoa there? So
Hoo" won't be be re till M.iri'h
and 24th. This is the trU- of the
cat talent minstrel priven by the Jiiiii.c
Moose to show at the Hartley theatre.
FURTHER large buying of freight
cars promises to bring additional bus
iness to mills in thin district The
General American Tank Car Corpora
tion has jusL received an order for
refrigerator cars from the Great N
them Railroad Co.
COUNCILMAN William I..novan. Ed
ward Muha and Stanley Raczkowski. a
committee from tTie common council.
! will leave from Gary this evening for
I Washington, P. C. to attend the Riv
East ers and Harbors conferi-nce in session
there March l.-t and 2nd.
SHE'S FIRST WOMAN
Miss Ceurgia Llopley.
Miss Georgia Hopley, first woman
prohibition ajrent, is shown hfere
taking the oath of office at prohi
bition headquarters in Washington.
Miss Hopley has Ion? teen cctiv
in .suflrrag-" and was active in the
presidential campnijrn two years
ago. Her home is in Uucyrus, O.
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Prints more Auto Adver
tising than any other
newspaper in Che
district and is
the best way for deal era
to aet in touch with
Every Ma b L&ka G unity Wh Hu Hoaey to Usa fa t&f
" ' f - " " . V Ml
WHO ivi!l he first? Now t!iat the
Radio phone incoming into vogue there
is a race to see who might be first to
install one. The Men's Club of the
Metlf.)dist church has mentioned pur-
ihasing an instiument. The reports
are current now that the Klk's club
and city fire stations are contemplating
installing this apparatus.
COL.. A. V. M ELTON, commander of
the 1 1.1th Knglncers leTt Saturday for
.m.'w orieans wiiere ne win attena a
coniventlon 4C National cluard officers,
wbich started there tdav.
FoRTY-SIX mortor men employed on
the Gary Street Railway who worke 1
during the past year without having an
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accident of any KmJ will bo rewarded
this i?;ir'rg and suir.mer v.ith a vaca
tion of five days with pay.
SUBSCRIBERS of stock for the new
Glenn Rark bank which will become a
permanent institution in the near fu
ture, gathered at the Glenn Park school
Saturday evening to perfect an or
ganization and secure their charter.
"PAT" STANTON, traffic officer at1
Fifth avenue and Broadway and Serg-!
iant Chas. Hanielson are the two new I
trustees .cf the Gary police pension '
fund. They were elected to office In
an election heid last week. I
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CHIEF George Weeks of the North
ern Indiana sponge squad and sums
depnity nheriffs swooped down upon the
new suburb of New Chicago yesterday
morning . confiscating two stills and
.'tome liquor and arrested four on the
charge of violating the state liquor law.
GARY police officers doubled their
efforts today in an effort to locate the
owner of the auto which struck and
seriously inj'ired Mr. Scheldt of Black
Oak. Ind.. at Sixth avenue and Jackson
street late Saturday afternoon. Mr.
Scheldt !s suffering from a fracture!
skuil at the Mercy hospital.
MAYOR R. O. JOHNSON who recent-!
ly named the Buns Ditch commission
will call a meeting some time this week
to consider and decide upon n plan of
action. The Mayor states that he hopes
to secure action by which construction
Will be started early this spring.
PROSECUTING ATT Y. D wight M.
Kinder who is appearing for the state
in the Julia Gal case in the criminal
court at Crown Point. Is of the opinion ,
that the case will not get to the Jury j
before tomorrow. Ho seemed conn-j
lent tbat he would get a conviction. !
$4S3,000 Is to be expended by the
school city i.f Oary this year in the pur
chase of a suite and the construction
of five permanent brick tbuildlngs to be
future shop buildings for large schools.
This will mean the abandonment of
tho plan of portable schooA buildings
In the outlying districts and the sub
stitution of permanent two story brick
A dozen or more other auto owners
who failed to heed the warnings of
Chief of police Forhl . to secure their
1'.'22 license plates were rounded up
over the week end. A number were
out of town pec-pie. Last week of
fenders appearing before Judge Dunn
paid fines of $1 and cists.
GARY baseball fans are keeping a
watchful eye on both Johnny Mohardt
in training with the Petroit Tigers and
"Hixie" I.everette, now getting in con
dition with the White Sox at Mari'n.
Texas. Up to this hour it looks like
both will win berth on their respect
ive team and fens have no doubt but
what they wPI put Gary on the map.
SMASHING THR CHAINS.
"Life i.s real, life is earnest and the
grave is not its goal."
Life is too short to give up all of Its
pleasures for one man, fays Mrs. Cath
erine Kasper, formerly of 494S North
cote avenue, who has left her husband.
Igmas Kasper, and taken his bank roll
"This Is another way of breaking the
invisible chain that binds you," says
Attorney Ottenhelmir, who Is repre
senting the husband to secure A cli
coree from the runaway wife.
PROII) OF NF.VT STAR.
Wm. Houghes, captain of the bureau
of identification of the Kast Chicago
police department, is the proud owner
of a new solid gold Mar with the of
ficial emblem of his office and the name
of his particular branch of the depart
ment engraved thereon. - The star was
presented by members of the police
department and city employes.
SAFE AND SANE
for Coughs & Colds
TKi tffup it different from ill ethcra.
Quiet telif. Mo opiatet. JSt evrywKtr
" - DE LUXES
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Bert Lytell in
THE MISLEADING LADY"
1 SctmxHo by-Alary Mttrfffr
Dinded Harry Mi (Lr
V. V I
TRIMS THIS COAT
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This Is one of trie dressier top
coats offered for spring rear. It
is fashioned of nary blue marvella
embroidered in gray. The desijm
is Chinese and appears on ti2;
sleeves and the throw collar
STRUCK I1Y A I TO.
The little daughter of Steve Prozcn
ger, 4905 Alexander avenue. East Chi
cago, while playing In front of her
home, was struck of a Hodee machine
driven by Alike Kunich. 0013 Alex
ander avenue, and seriously injured.
Kunich waa arrested, but later re
leased to appear in the East Chi'ago
AVHOI.E FAMILY CATGUT.
The whole darned family was
ketched this time. The old man. moth- 1
er and daughter Tony, Mary and
Tony Steponovich, 3524 VHithrie
fctrect. Indiana Harbor, was arrested
on February 7th, charged with vio
lating the state liquor law. Then let
loose on a fl.OOO bond. Last Saturday
night, the mother and daughter were
arrested by Officers Ket'ch and Kerrin
when it was found that the husband
had turned the place over to his frac
Xow the family trio are out on Jl.
000 bonds each to appear in the Kact
Chicago court this afternoon.
A Combination Sale Will
Be Held at
Parlies that have ?nything to
11, please list with one of
the committee by March 4th.
G. PORTER. Tel. 199R1
H. VAtf TIL
NICK PORTER. Auctioneer
Last Times Today
01717 a thousand horsemen ride
KjL-tL-t sanfs cf great Mojave
CC'17 the terrific, blinding sand
the great battle against
greatest spectacles ever
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PricesMatinee 10-20c Nights 1 0-20-2 fic
MARCH 1-2-3 "THE SKY PILOT"
Ill MOWS 1-rtOM LEKDV
Word was received thy C. H. Itee.J,
Grand Trustee of the East Chicatrp or
der of Odd Fellows, from St. Petersburg
Florida, that Wm. I.eedy. Grand Secre
tary of the Indiana I. O. O. 1 has
had another stroke of paralysis and is
very low In a hospital there.
Thirf Is said to bo the third ptrokc
of paralysis .suffered bv Mr. Leedy In
the last three years and bis recovery
Is believed doubtful.
Harry Winterrowd, Past Grand Mast
er of the Odd Fellows in Indianapolis
with is d.umhter. left for St. petors
hurgh. Saturday night to be with hi
old friend and bdge official.
HOCSKS A It K ItAlDF.O.
Two more colored houses of 111 re
pute on Block avenue, Indiana Harbor.
were raided Sunday night and eight i
inmates arrested by Officers Kerrin and j
K e k i c h .
The place of Emma Kinney of 3.VH I
Block avenue, was raided and the. keep- I
er with an accused pro,-ti tun. Mad Jt ;
Superaf, were arrested. The otl.'rj
house raided was that cf Ruby Frezirr. 1
",;22 Itloek avenue, where five arrests i
were made. )
TRIF.I THIS AITURXOO.Y
The trial of Edward Peters and Wm.
YVoolsom, of Chicago, two men who
were captured after holding up and
robbing the soft drink parlor of Cha-?.
Boibun, r.'Hl Kennedy avenue. East
Chicago, of more than $1.0 0-0. will be
iield in the East Chicago court this
It is- believed that no case will be
filf'd against Wm. AVo ,!som the taxi
driver, who it is aid, knew nothing of
Rheumatism Had Ale
In lis Clutches for
j Four Years It's Gone
Now, Thanks to
This was the statement
cf Charles Baker, cf
10246 SSth St., Edmon
ton, Alt a., a well'
known business man
Tanlac builds up the
and enables it to throw off
the poisons that cause rfieu
matism. Don't let this awful
disease run on. Get Teniae
today. At all good druggists.
Sunday, March 5th
FOUR DAYS ONLY
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William Fox Presents
In King Arthur's Court
All East Chicago Will Be Talking
About Mark Twain's Master
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Schedule of Shows
Sunday from 2:30 to 11 P. M.
Week Days, 7:15 and 9:30
like mad across the scorching
- storm a thriller you'll never
hundreds of outlaws one of the
Fohniary 27. 1.022.
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the operations of the ,,(her two bandits.
Edward Peters, while a subordinate f.
the escaped bandit was caught red
handed with the mctwy and has already
confessed his part of the hold-up.
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Saturday, March 4
1 WEEK ONLY 1
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The Picture That Will Make All
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A Comedy of Highest Hilarity.
Mark Twain's Masterpiece in
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Week Days, 10: 30 A.M. to
11 P. M.
Sunday, 1 to 1 1 P. M.
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Where you can get good coffee,
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and other good things.
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