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Wednesday, March 10, WS1.
TILE TIMES ,4 Olti L. C3l'i v i.x BUSINESS ETHICS T0P1CF0R MARCH . fij RpQTOPS March is being devoted to a consider ation of business ethics by the various organizations of business men through out the country. George Hannauer, speaking before the Hammond Rotary Club on this sub ject, referred to one of the articles of the Rotary Club applicable to this which reads as follows: "To conduct my business in such a manner I may give a perfect service, equal to, or even better, than my com petitor, and when in doubt, to Rive acid ed service beyond the strict measure of debt or obligation." This is one of a number of articles that the Rotary Code o Ethics sots up for the purpose of rising a high moral i standard for doing business. Business dono in lhat way will be llt'iore satisfactory from the standpoint of your own sell respect. It will .be more satisfactory to your competitors and finally, it jvill raise you in the public estimation. Every moral argument favors doing business according to the Rotary stand ard . A man may suffer the loss of busi ness occassionally because his compet itor resorts to what might be called "Dishonorable Business Methods," but B3 I understand the Rotary Code this is not to change the conduct of the Uo tarian in business. Rather should he strive by good example to bring up the standards of his competitor. If he vie with his competitor in so-called dishonorable practices, his standard will go continually lower. But there is more than the moral side of Article 6 of the Code. A careful analysis of this article will show that it contains the very best of business pules. To give a perfect -service, equal to. or even better than your competitor, is certainly a winning business principle. It will bring business. It will raise the standing of your calling in this community. It will raise the public opinion of you . It will make your competitor improve his service and his methods. "When in doubt, give added service, beyond the strict measure of debt and noligation" is also a good business principle. The principle of Rotary is confirmed by the well known business rule The custom Is always right. The customer who invariably has the doubt ful point decided agains him, will soon reach the conclusion that you are not very fair. When people learn that in case of doubt, you give your patrons t.ie bene fit, the moral patron is bound to ap preciate your fairness and it will mike nim more anxious to do business with you . It will avoid quarrels, which always- produce friction and -very frequently ose the trade of valuable patrons. caused weakness in wheat at the open On the whole, this particular article - ' s so clearlv a definition of what on? T miEht call "winning business methods hat it is so strongly recommends itself without any reference to the moral side of the question, that even the eyn- c can afford to embrace it. GARY- ALMOST at the same spot where the klisastrous Porter train wreck occur- ed a year ago. one car of a fast mail rain was derailed at the Porter cros sing yesterday morning. ihe tram vas east-bound and passes through Jary at 9:10 a.m. MEMBERS of the Gary city council. f-vill take some action on the proposed jieason Road leading frora oast Fifth .venue to Gary's costly bathing pavil ion at Miller Beach at a special meet ffjf which has been called Thursday light of this week. UNIFORMS to conform with those vtirn by members of the Chicago police department were passed upon iby the '.card of Safety at their regular meet rig this week. This summer all offi era on the force will wear new uni orms and white caps. GARY voters and politicians do rot eem to mind the decision of the coun- commissioners this week when they efused to add 14 additional polling ilaces in the county in the May pri iarle.. The commissioners reasoned Nat by adding additional precincts, the ost would be greatly increased. Iff STvvwtx. STOCK MAKKET (XOSE NEW YORK, March 15 The stoc .market closed unsettled today, most if the active Issues closing around the low levels and showing losses of from I to 2 points from the high levels. New York Central was a strong feature, showing a gain of 2 points at 8 4. Great or thorn again broke to "7 3-8. Cru cible Steel yielded nearly 4 points to 65, mhile United States Steel dropped from 95 to 94 3-S. American Ice In the last few minutes rose to 109 'i for a net gain of six points, but again drop Pfd to 10b 3-4. and Kel.sev Wheel dron- reJ pt)jnts to 96. Mexican Petroleum yielded 2 olnts baker dropped to 121 1-4 and Stude-3-S to 1-8. INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE NEW YORK, March 15. Stocks, closing prices: Allls Chalmers 46 4 American Car and Fdry 132 American Steel Fdry SJij American el. and Tel 123H Baldwin Locomotive lOfit-i Bethlehem Ste:M 39, Chesapeake and Ohio 60 Chicago and XV,' 69 Colorado Fuel 28 Vi Crucible Steel 55 General Motors 10 Lackawanna Steel 46 Lthigh Valley 5g Mexican Petroleum '. 121M Midvale Steel 303i Northern Pacific SO Pure Oil 31 Railway Steel Spring 9714 Reading 74 Republic Iron and Steel 50 Southern Railway 211 Texas Co 44;, Union Pacific 132 H U. S. Steel 9 4i Willys Overland 5 J Sinclair Oil 23 1-inKiiTY nois. INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE? NEW YOltl Marcn 15. j Liberty Bonds: 3 Vi s 2nd 4s 1st 4 Vis 2nd 4 is 3rd 4 Us 4th 4 Vis Victory 3 i s Victory l'4s . . J 96.72 97.26 97.32 97.30 9S.56 97.51 100.0 1 100.65 MOA'F.Y AND KXCHAXfiF. Call money on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange t"day ruled ft 4 per cent high, low Ss per cent. Time money was steady. Rates were all 44(55 per c:nt. The market for prime mercantile paper was quiet. Olt.ilV l A It K KT. CHICAGO, March 15. Lower cables LLOYD GEORGE NEAR BREAKDOWN INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE GRIFFIETH. Wales. March 13. Though there are rumors in London that Lloyd George's retreat to thes2 Welsh mountains was due to "diplomat ic illness," it is learned on the highest authority that the Premier's physician advised that unless he took a complete mental rest that he was in danger of suffering a complete breakdown as a result of his years of hard service. ! FORDSBURG SURRENDERS INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE LONDON, March 15. Fordsburg. the stronghold of the rebelling miners In South Africa was captured today by the government troops after a seventy min ute bombardment, according to a dis patch from Johannesburg. SUFFRAGE LEADER DEAD INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 1 INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. March 15 Mrs. Julia C. Hendersan. Indianapolis news paper woman, who was widely known throughout the state a. a suffrage lead er, died at her home early today of heart disease. She had been active in republican politics. She was 55 years old . TRAIN the FEET to Grow RIGHT The First 18 Years' Shoe Fitting Will Do the Work. Newest Patterns, Styles and I .eathers. Widths AA toE. Prices Surprisingly Low. I ing today. May was 1 to 2'ic lower and July to ! 'ic o"r General Felling prevailed in corn and buying support was limited. Prices were ,i to lower. Buying of oats was scattered and opening prices H to H-J down. Provisions opened lower with lack of support. fHir.tGO CASH GIIAIX MARK 1ST. WHEAT No. 3 red. SI. SO; No. 1 hard winter, ?1.30; No. 2 hard wlliter, $1.19. CORN No. 2 mixed. B5UW36c; No. 2 white, 59c; No. 2 yellow. 6 5 i fit 50 c ; No. 3 mixed, olffSS'ie; No. 3 white, 57c; No. 3 yellow, 54 i fa 55 'Ac ; No. 4 mixed, B3ift'53'; No 4 yellow, 544i55c. OATS No. 2 white, 37 U 38 He; No. 3 white, 33fi35Uc; No. 4 white, 33 33 He. CHICAGO 1,1 vk srocK. HOOS Receipts. 18.000; rrorket,idue Jass lband is a winner, so don't mostly lOffjl.lc lower, lights active others slow. Bulk, $9 . 85 fa 10 . 30 ; top, $10.50; heavy-.veight, $9 . 90fj 10 . 10; medium weight. 1 10 . CM) ifi 10 . 35 ; llgnt weight. $10.20 10.43; light lights, $9. 50(fz 10.33; heavy packing now", smooth $9.00u-9.50: packing sows, rough, $8.85 fi'9.10; pigs. $8.0(H 9.75. CATTLE Receipts, 10.000; niarnot slow, weak to 15c lower. Beef Steers Choice and prime. $ i . 75fi 9 . 35 ; med ium and good. $7 . 25 fit S . 73 ; good and choice, $7.90 9.15; common and med ium. $6.2311 7 .30. Butcher Cattle I Heifers. $ 4 . 73 S . 00; cows, $ 4 . 1 5 'ii 6.75 ; bulls, $3.75 41 S. 35. fanners nnd Cut-!,, ters Cows and Heifers, $3 . Oflifi 4.15 : canner steers, $4 . 00 f 4 . f 5 ; veay calves (light and handy weight), $6 . 30 Ti'9.50 ; feeder steers. $5 . 50 i 7 . 50 ; stocker steers. $5.23)7.25; sto-ker cows and heifers. $4 . 25 '? 5 . 50 . SHEEP Receipts. It), OIK'; market, lambs about steady, sheep strong to higher. Ijiml's. $13,00115.75; lambs: culls and com-m, $10 . 2: 12 . 75 ; year- Jlin gwethors. $11. flOtfj" 14.25; ewes. $6.75 (S 10.25; ewes: c:ls an I common, $3.50 ff7.50; feeder lambs. $1 1 . 50 !f 1 3 . 50 . OHCACO rHODI'cr, JIAIIKF.T. BUTTER Receipts. 6.42S tubs. Creamery, extra. S8'.4c; standard. 38c; firsts, 33'4?:53c; packing stock, 1 5 ff 17c. EGGS Ree-M-)ts. 15. ,16 cases; mis cellaneous. 21 f'i 21,-sc: ordinary firsts. 19f 20c; firsts. 22e. LIVE POULTRY Turkeys. 30 c; chickens. 2fic: spring:;, 2Sc; roosters. 18c; geese, ISc; ducks, 28c. POTATOES Receipts. 46 cars; Wis consin Round. $1,655(1.90; Minnesota Red Rivers. $ 1 . 80 ii 1 . 85 : Early Ohios Standard. $1 . r,t Ti 1 . 63 . VEAL 30 to CO lbs., f d 7c ; 70 to SO lbs.. 89c; 90 to 110 lbs., 10c; fancy, 11 ' 12c. KILLS HIMSELF IN CITY JAIL INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE) CHRISTOPHER !!. March 15 An in quiry will be held today to investigate the suicide in the city Jail of John Smith, 40, who hanged himself with a handkerchief tied to the cell bars dur ing the night . NO RENO DIVORCEES ARE LOST INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE RENO. NEW, March 15 Following m check of the guest list it was stated by the fire marshal tnat no lives were lost when flames entry today destroyed the Riverside Hotel, a four story brick structure, temporarf home of many of Reno's fashionable divorce colony. The fire was under control at 10 a. m. today, although still burning fiercely. Many thrilling rescues were made by the firemen who carried women and children from smoke tilled rooms. The cause of the tire, which started short ly after 2 o'clock, had not been deter mined. Guests who fled scantily clad lost all of their belongins. The first estimate of the damage wan placed at $100,noo. EAST CHICAGO BILLY R-. PURL'S host of pretty girls are playing asrain at the Hartley theatre this week. TREASURER Joseph Wleklinski says to pay ycf.ir taxes early Hnd avoid the rush, and also the penalty of 10 per i cent . after May 1 . WHEN the Ea.st Chicago council re laxes and passes a resolution for beer and llsrht wine?, then there won't be nny more "moonshine." To Boys For the benefit of those who did not receive Monday and Tuesday's little story books, we will make arrangements with the grocers (or you can come to our bakery, 609 Cal umet ave.) and get them free. Don't forget you get a little story book every day with each loaf of SUPERINTENDENTS of the local In dustries say that Indications are mul tiplying: that there is a steady going ahead for the better now. ATTV. J. D. KENNEDY returned yesterday from Grand Rapids, Mich., where ho appeared In the circuit court in behalf of a client, Monday. SEE the boys in khaki at the Com pany D, 113th Engineers. Indiana Na tional Guard Stag party to be held at the Armory, 3450 Michigan avenue, tonight. DON GROVES, representative for the Safe Cabinet Co., after a strenuous bat tle with competitors secured the filing case order from the East Chicago Board of Works. A miniature hospital, emblematical of the proposed c'.fy hospital that Is be ing sponsored by the Chamber of Com merce, was contributed by Julius Fried man as his Silent Booster award at the meeting cf the Chamber today noon. THIRTY talented musicians of the Purdue university Glee Club will hold their concert at the McKinley High School' Auditorium this evening. Ac cording to the best of critics, the Pur- miss the dance following the concert. ROBERT GRAEME. Illinois' state pool and billiard champion, will be at the Palace Billiard hall, 4603 Forsyth avenue, Friday, March 17, to engage in match contests and give exhibitions in handling the cue . SCOUT EXECUTIVE A.J. Sanibrnok is'giving the boys a trent. A radio- t phone receiving station has been in stalled In the Boy Scout headquarters at the Harbor This station has been installed for the use of the Twin Citv ., J U 11 V i I . LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUN TY. IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR COURT, SITTING AT HAM MOND, INDIANA, MARCH TERM 1921 Matthew Lavene vs. David John son et al. Cause No. 2124C. Action to Foreclose Mechanic's Lien. Now comes the cross-complainant. George Atistgen, and shows the fil ing of his cross complaint herein, on February 6. 1922, by his attorneys. Sheerer & White, and now flies an affidavit of a competent person show ing that the defendants thereto, to wit: David A. Johnson and Flo rence C. Johnson, hi wife; James H. Rowley, Frederick C. Rowley, and A. F. Carlson, whose true Christian name is unknown, and F. E. Mc Wayne. whose true Christian name is unknown, are not residents of tne State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore hereby notified of the pendency of said act ion and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of said Cjurt, and that unless they appear and answer or demur therein, at the cull ing of said cause, on the 0th day of May, A. 1. 1922, the same being the 2nd day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held in Room Hammond, in said County and State. ; - ! on tne 2nd Monday or May, v. i. 1922, said action will be heard and determined in their absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here unto set my hand and affix the seal of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, this 13th day of March. A. D. 1922. HERRrrP.T L. WH EATON, (Seal) Clerk L. S. C. By: RITH BERG, Deputy Clerk. 3:13:22:29 Monday or May, j. i. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COUN TY. IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR COURT, SITTING AT HAM MOND. INDIANA. MARCH TEEM 1922. Matthew Lavene vs. David John son et al. Cause Xo. 21243. Action to Forclose Mechanic's Lien. Now comes the cross-complainant, Paul Ahlborn. by ms attorneys. Sheerer .t White, and tiles hi. cros.i eompiairit herein, together with an affidavit of a competent rcrson. showing that the defenuant thereto, to-wit: David A. Johnson, and Flo rence C. Johnson, his wire, James H. Rowley, Frederick C. Rowley. A. F. Carlson. whose tru- christian name is unknown, and F. E. Mc Wayne, whose true Christian name is unknown, are not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore hereby notified of the peudeney of snid act ion and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that unless they appear and answer or demur therein, at the call- and Girls nig of said cause, on tlie 15lh day of May, A. I"). 1922, the same being the th day of the next term or ualtt Court to be begun and held in Room number 2, in tho Court House at Hammond, in said County and State, on the 2nd Monday of May, A, D. K22, said action will be heard and determined in their absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here unto set my h:md and affix the seal of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, this 13th day of March, A. I). 1922. HEREERT L. WJ1EATON, 'al Clerk L. S. C Ry: RUTH BERG, Deputy Clerk. 3.1o:22:23 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUN TY. IN THE LA ICE SUPERIOR COURT, SITTING AT HAM MOND, INDIANA, MARCH TERM 1922. Williiim C. Piccolo vs. Sylv'a Pic colo. Ct)U4 No. 21105. Action to 1M vorce. Now comes tho plaintiff by Phil Creenwald, Attorney, and tiles his complaint herein, together with ;ui affidavit of a competent person, show ing that the defendant thereto, to wlt: Sylvia Piccolo, is not a resi dent of the State of Indiana. Said defendant is therefore Hereby norilled of the pi ndency of said act ion and that the same will stand for trial at the next term vi' said Court, and that unless phe appear and answer or demur therein, at the call ing of said cause, on the 9th day of May, A. D. 1922, the same being the 2nd day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held m Room number 2, in the Court Houtc at Hammond. In said County and Stat, on the 2nd Monday or May, A. D. J.'-'2. said action will be heard and j determined in her abseree. j IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here unto set my hand and alTix tho Peal ' of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, j this 13th d;ty of March. A. D. 1922.1 HER PERT L. WH EATON. I (yeaD Clerk L. S. C By: WILETTA CAMPP.EI.L, I Deputy Clerk. 3:Ij:22:23 i NOTICE TO NON-RES I DENT STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COl'N-! TY. IN THE LAKE SUPEUIOItj COURT, SITTING AT HAM-I MONO, INDIANA, MARCH TERM i 1922. j Indiana Harbor Lumber and Coal! Company, a corporation, by Williar.t) Hetty et al. Cause No. 21132. Act-j ion to Foreclose Mechanics Lien. Now comes tie cross complainant,! Illinois Interior Finish Company, by! Sheerer & White. Attorneys f nd fil -s ' cross complaint herein, together with j cm diuuam or a competent rerson. showing that the defendants there to, to-wit: William l:-ttv. Kath-! erine Rttty, his wife, whose truj Christian name is unknown, AVililam ' Jietty and Olja Petty, his wife, j whose true Christian name is un-j known, Anna Halazs, minor, and Anna Rulazs. next frien ( Anna! lialazs. a minor, who.-e true Christ- ! ian name is known. Wicrsma State Rank of Chicapo, 111., a corp. Fed eral Rootling Company, a corpora tion. John Ioe-i an individual whose true Christian nam is unknown, do ing business under th- name and vLidjjJeiSiKti.1 . - .'' : '.?'. C"B Mill. -II .. wfS -.a F J 1 I urn OWLS see better in the dark than they do in day light. So do bats and one or two other freaks of animal life. But human beings do not. Yet, it is peculiar how some' of us persist in re maining in the dark on the very things that concern us most. For instance: now more than ever before, we ought to see that every cent we spend buys its full quota of value. Yet, lots and lots of folks go blithely along making their everyday purchases with their eyes shut tight. And its so easy to be sure you re right. Spend a few minutes a day running through the advertisements in this newspaper. Then buy the products that have proved up under the spotlight of consistent publicity. Merchants and manufacturers who advertise invite the inspection cf thousands of eyes. Here in the advertising columns you see products that have made good before the critical audience of buyers. These products are full value products. They return you dollar for dollar. Buy them. Read the advertisements and buy the advertised products. style of Federal Rooting Company, Nieolale Dan and Maria Lan, ins wife Hie Suciu and Anna Sueiu, his wife, Victor Micha:l and .Mrs. Vic tor Michael, his wff", whose true Christian name id unknown and Max Weinberg, ale not ies,U',n. f liic. State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore hereby notified of tho pendency of said act ion and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of said ("curt, j uhi tnat unless they appear and answer or de.ur therein, at the call ing of tsaid cause, on the 9tfi day of May, A. D. 1D22, the same being the 2nd day of the next term of said Court to be. begun and hi Id in Room number 2, in the Court House at Hammond, in said County and State, on the 2nd Monday of May, A. D. 1922, said action will be heard and determined in their absence. I.N W I TNESS WHEREOF. I he.-e-j unto rlt my hand and nffix tho seal! of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, this 14th day of Mrrch, A. D. 1922. HERBERT L. WH EATON. SeaI Clerk L. S. C Lv: CORA D. A N DE I ; fTo N , Deputy Clerk. 2:lD:r2:2'J) NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUN TY. IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR COURJ, SITTING AT HAM MOND, INDIANA, MARCH TERM 1922. Matthew I-avene ve. David John- i son et al. Cause No. 213 4.. Action j to Fort-closure 'Median ic's Lien. j Now comes the cross-complainant, j Ixiuls A. Otto, and shows the filing j of his cross-complaint herein, on j February 6, 1922, by his attorneys, j Sheerer & White, and now files an ! affidavit of a competent person, I i showing that the defendants thereto, j to-wit: David A. Johnson, and Flo- j rence '. Johnson, his wife; James i H. Rowley, Frederick C. Rowley, and i A. F. Carlson whose true Christian j name is unknown, and F. E. Mc- j Wayne, whose true Christian name I is unknown, are not residents of th State of Indiana. ' Said defendants are therefore hereby ; notified of the pendency of said act- ' ion and that the same will stand for ! trial at the next term of said Court, j ami that unless they appear and 1 answer or demur therein, at the call- I ing of said cause, on the 9th day of 1 May, A. D. 1922, the same being the i 2nd day of the next term of .airt ; Court to be begun and held In Room i number 1, in the Cr.urt House at ; Hammond, in said County and State, j on tiie 2nd Monday of May. A D. j 1922, said action will be heard and i determined in their absence. i IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here-; unto set my hand and affix the seal i of said Court, at Hammond. Indiana, this 13th day of March. A. D. 1922. ; HERBERT L. WTIEATON, Seal) Clerk L. S. C. i By: RUTH BERG, j Deputy Clerk. 3:13:22:29 i NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT ' STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COl'N- I TY. IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR j COURT. SITTING AT HAM- j MOND, INDIANA. MARCH TERM 1922. Fuller-Morrisson Oomrany, a cor poration vs. H. ItusUin et al. Cause i'"WlaWf'iiMiii-lp.wJ wily iH v"J njyww t " utfxm M on I he -r. 21153. Action tj Attao. o comes the f.le under ili'.ntir, Heeht Cohen &. CV.mpa.ny, a corj.r.r ation, by W. Ii. Van Horn, its At torney, and iilo-i its tile under coin Plaint herein, together with an af lidavit of a competent person, show ing that the defenaa.its thereto, to wit: Jennie Ruskin and H. Rusiun. wnn.Te true Christian name !.s known, are not residents of i; ii the. State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore hcre'.v notified of the pendancy of .aid act ion and tnat the same vili Maud lor trial at the next term of said tVjn. and that, unless they ;,.. ear answer or demur therein, at the e'.U ing of said cause, on the ,i:i day ir June. A. D. 1922. the same be:n;r the 25th day of -.ho next term of .;n. Court to be beg in nd h' Id in K"on: number 2, ;.i Hammond, in ; on the 2nd M 1922. said acti. hi.: Curt, id Count H' d nd ay of May. A. ! n v, ill be heard ;:M determined in their absence. . IN WITNESS V'Hi:i!KO:-', I here unto set my hand and affix the Ma! of said Court, at Hammond, Indi.-t.a. this 13h day of March, A. D. 1.12'.. HEEIiERT L. WH EATON . 'Seal) Clerk L. s. C. Ry: RUTH BERG. Deputy Clerk. S:i:.:22:2:t i.V ft WW; KiV-i-i' HOSIERY A ROTHSCHILD & HIRSCH SPECIAL For Young Girls and Women Pure silkt mock seam, 4-inch mercerized hemmed top, silk to the hem. In all colors. $1.50 Rothschild & Hirsch "THE MODEL" Outfitters for Men and Boys HAMMOND, INDIANA WW - ' lyy.'-',"WtjWi."if yw jj'iMT.yuyjr-.r m--"! Light you Then you can spending your know money 7 Boot Shop 569 Hohman St. 9.1 read ream Maid B 5