i. THE TIMES
Wednesday Der. 6, 1922.
TRIO OF GREEK MILITARY COMMANDERS, . JiSSE
East Chicago and the Harbor
'...-. -.' h--'mir.
ISUW UiS TRIAL, MAY f'ALfci MlUINli SQUAD
On charges ranging from murder
to violating th Volstead Act. 1S2 ar
7 rests were ma-do by the EA.at Chi.
ciiO and Indiana Harbor police de
partment during- the month of No-
The most attractt&g f.gmre on the
v claBftfled report of Chief of Follee
Strue last month la th number of
violations of the atate liquor law.
Only 13 arrests -were made for this
rrlrao during November which Is
usually a hundred or more for a cor.
Of the total arrests, 125 were
found guilty end 34 not guilty. Oth.
t disposition was made of the re-malnlng-
33 cases. Elshty-elsht
paid fines, aggregating a total of
S22S2. Stolen property recovered
amounted to J5.3S5.
Held Up And Robbed
Louis Klsh of 360S Block ave.
reported to the Indiana Harbor po
that he was helduo by n.n i
armed men and robbed of $10. He j
described the banJtt about 5 foot
tall, and wearing a brown overcoat.
Hit By Automobile
Matter Stefanlk of 6021 White
"'ak ave.. received minor injuries
h"n he was run d-wn by an auto
n-.obi: a driven by Oliver Gasklll of
602 145th St.. last night. Ga.kill
was .ir.vlng east on 150th and
struck stefanlk a ho was crossing
th streot. Gaskill wa sheld respon
sible hy tho police.
- DOLL DBJSSSE3
AT WASSEY'3 PUBATITTO SHOP
Phone 44 91 State St., Hammnod.
We have about 100 of them
"for sale. We do Hemstitching with
: gold or silver th; ead button holes,
buttons cornered, embroidering,
; braiding, beading, tucking, fancy
To phone mevru Item to East Oi
fo Tines uface. call t-t Chic,
Starting today and ev jry day un
til further notice, all notice of trtat
ed meeting for lodges and fraternal
ordera will be charged for at Ua
rate of 10c per line.
M. Stierer announces he Is again
open for business at 2115 137th St-.
Indiana Harbor. 1 2:5-6
The best Chocolate Coated
Ice Cream Bar made, be
cause it is coated with
finest chocolate and filled
with rich, delicious Hydrox Guernsey Ice
Cream. Be sure you get Guernsey Alaska Bars.
For sale only at Hydrox Agencies
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
EAST CHICAGO INDIANA
Capital and Surplus Under U. S. Goreroment
One of Oar Free Savings Banks
Will Help You Save
Call at this National Bank and get YCCl savings
bank. It is free.
Use this har.dy little bank to save the odd nickels,
dimes and even pennies. When the bank is full
bring it to us and we will accept its contents as the
first deposit of a new savings account or as the wel
come addition to an existing account.
Nearly all successful savings accounts had small
beginnings. In fact as a rule accounts that are reg
ularly added to in ?mall amounts grow faster than ac
counts consisting of larger deposits made at irregu
lar intervals. It is steady savings that counts, and
one of our free banks will help you to become a
CHICAGO & FORSYTH AVENUES
Police Officers Ztudich and Kirrln
confiscated four barrels of mash,
one fifty gallon moonshine still and
four gallons of moonshlni during a
raid on the place of Stove Spornik'a
at 3714 Block avenue yesterday af
ternoon. Burglars Rob Room
Burglars entered and robbed the
room of Alex Aluskevk-z at 5013
Forsyth ave., yosOrday during his
absence, taking, according to Alus
kevlcs Jewelry valued at $75.
Mrs. J. AV. . Lees, will entertain
the Trl Kappa's Saturday at a one
o'cHck luncheon and bridge at the
Gary Country club.
Sunday afternoon at the Mercy
hospital, Gary, a son was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cowart of
Sunnyalie. Mrs. Cowart has been
having a very svrlous time l.ut
both she and her son are reported
as doing nicely now . The mother
was before her marriage Mi."s Clar
ice McE!vain of Macomb, 111. Her
father and mother were s'nt for
when she was so ill and are at
the Cowart home in Sunnyside.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sllverthorn of
Grapevine boulevard, will go to
Chicago Thursday and there meet
the former's cousin W. P. Silver
thorn and wife of Rossville. Ind.
They will attend the Stock Show,
and in the evening come to Indiana
Haibor where the folks from Rofs
viUe will visit over night and Fri
day. Miss Agn:s Tyreel. of South Ma
goun avenue, will entertain .at
bridge this evening.
The date for the fourth annual
Charity ball, of the Trl Kappa's has
been set for January 12th. and the
place will be the Colonial hall. Ex
tensive plans are being made to
make this the event of the seaaun.
The music will be announced later.
Plans are be-lng made by the
community com mitttee appointed
by the etate, for tho Dollar Day
fund to go to the Women's colleges
of the Orient.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dooley, their
on Robert and a nephew Donald
Johnson, mot.red to Wauconda, 111.,
last week and spent a couple of
days with Mrs. Dooley's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Haller and mother. Mrs.
25t and 75 t Packages Everywhere
Elizabeth Thomas, the latter Is
spending: the winter at the home
of her daughter in Wauconda.
Last evening at the. home of Mrs.
Walter Watts, 4144 Northcote av
enue, Mrs. Watts and Mrs. E. II.
Dixon were Joint hostesses at a mis
cellaneous shower In honor of Miss
Edith Watts who is soon to become
a bride. There were thirty-three
quests who showered Miss Watts
with many beautiful gifts, and en
Joyed the evening at bunco, in
which Mrs. B. Jackson won high
honors, and in tin contest of dress
ing the bride Mrs. Theodore Barr
won the honors. The home was
tastlfully decorated with streamers
of red crepe paper and hearts, while
the table center piece was a doll
beautifully dressed to represent a
bride. At the close of the evening
dainty refreshments were served.
The following young folks from
the Calumet Building, comprised a
dinner and theater party last eve
ning, having dinner at the Talmer
House and later seeing Al Jolson in '
"Pombo,"' at the Apollo. Mesdames
Eva Mlmms. Rose Wright. Robert
Ott and the Misses Elsie Peterson.
Thelma Harris, Julia Karaglsh, Mary
Klootwyk, and Kathryn Gergatz.
The Ladies' Aid of the United
Presbyterian church will meet on
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Buck Weaver on Drummond St.,
with Mrs. Tom Mauger. hostess. All
members are urged to be present,
especially those who have not turn
ed in their supper ticket money.
Mrs. D. J. Courval, of 145th St..
spent the week end with her cousin.
Mrs. Frank Donge.'in Oak Park.
The Amoma Class of the Inda-a
Baptist church will hold a social
and bazaar Friday evening Decem
ber Sth in the social rooms of the
Friday morning at 9:00 o'clock, the
Woman's Guild of the Episcopal
church will hold a rummage sale in
the Guild hall of the church, on
Xorth Baring avenue.
Little J?an Spencer, daughter of
Postmaster and Mrs. Harry Spencer
of 113th street, is confined to bed
with an attack of lagrippe.
A number of past matron's of the
Eastern Star, f.-em the Twin Cities
attended the Trl County association
meeting yesterday at the Masonic
Temple In Hammond, when the past
matrons o fthat chapter most de
lightfully entertained at a one o'
clock chicken dinner. There were
fifty-five present, who mora than
enjoyed the hospitality of the past
matrons of Hammond chapter. The
most important feature of the after
noon was the grab bag. In which
all received a little Christmas gift.
Extreme refinement of design, exceptional tonal qualities,
lasting service and satisfaction are qualities that are
found in the Brambach Baby Grand. It is these quali
ties, that have made the Brambach the choice of thou
piano making experience
is built into every Bram
bach. Since .1823, for
over 99 years, the name
Brambach has stood for
Beauty, Quality and musi
Ten years ago the Bram
bach Piano Co. decided to
build Baby Grands ex
clusively and have made
it possible by specialized
manufacture to produce a
high grade Baby Grand
Piano to sell at the price
within the means of every
Terms if Desired
Straube Piano & Music Co.
151 State St. Phone 3360 Hamrnond
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Left, General V. Dousmajis; upper right. Prince Andreas; lower, Gen
Another croup of Greek artnv
Asia Minor may have to face a
n; .rtial now in progress or contemplated. One of these. Prince Andreas, :
is a brother of the deposed King Onstantine. During the var ha
commanded an army corps Ln Asia -Minor. His wife is a sister of Lerd ,
Louis Mountbatten of England. The ethers are Generals V. Dousrcanis, ;
chief cf the general staff cf the Greek army under Constantine, and J
G-neral Papoulaa, former commander in chief of the Greek force3 in
The next meeting: will be th oflrst
Tuesday in February. skipping
January, in Oary, when Gary Chap
ter past matrons will be hostesses
the luncheon will be served at 12:30
p. in. instead of at 1:00 as has been
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of th? Good Shepherd will meet
Friday afternoon in the Guild rooms
of the church.
Mrs. E. N. Canine, Mrs. James
Clements and 11. K. Jones, will go
to Lowell, Ind., Friday evening to
fill stations, at the visiting: matrons
and patrons meeting: of the East
ern Star chapter, of that city.
IIAKTFORD CITT. Dec. 6. The
body of the 'ast of Hartford City's
hero dead on the battle fields of
France has Just arrived from over
seas. It Is that of Orviilo Vh!t
acre, son of Mrs. Nar.cy AVhitacre,
of this city.
MUXCIE, Dec. 6. A circuit court
jury this week will decide, the legit
imacy of a dalm for J10.000 filed
by the parents of Carl Garard, one
of four Muncie voung men killed in
v rroswinff iiocldnt June 29. when
sands of homes where good
taste and discrimination pre
vail. It is now possible for
everyone to express their de
sire for things beautiful in
their home. The ownership
of a grand piano is now only a
matter of fine discrimination
in the choice of a pianu. The
Brambach makes it possible
for you to own
A Beautiful Grand
Piano at the Price
of an "Upright
There is plenty of room for a
Brambach in ycur home. Our
paper pattern, thr xact sire
of the Brsmha.-h, v.-ill demon -stratr.
the srr.a'l r-racr rhc
instrument actual!;,- require-,.
Call in, phorr or write f;r
t ' y
7 . ir
leaders In the recent debacle in I
firing squad as the result of courts
their automobile was struck by a
The contention In the suit l
whether or not the crossing: watch
man and ihe cntritiocr cave the
proper sienils. Three other like
suits, filed by relative? of the other
victims, are pending.
LUCERNE. Dec. 6. Thle-es
laughed at tho efforts of Walter
Selders. living- near this P ace, t
prevent the theft of a newly pur
ciders took the precaution to
place a log :hain abo'Jt a rear wheel
and looped the strand of Iron links
around a telephone pole.
Returning from a motion picture
- theatre two hours later he found
that the chain had -been broken and
that the car wag missing. Subse
quently the machine was found on
the outskirts of IxgansporU the
broken log chain having been plac
ed In the seat.
ROCHESTEP.,' Doc. 6. Plans al
ready are being made for the an
nual county fair to be given here
Arrangements hv3 been made
for the recoatlng of the race course.
A large grandstand will be erected
and display halls will be built and
others will' be improved.'
Secretary of Treasury
Makes His Annual
By TV. H. ATKINS
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6. fndaunt
ed by the expected deficit this year
In government revenues. Secretary
of the Treas-iry Andrew W. Mellon
In his annual report to congress to
day declared the country should not
be subjected to additional taxation.
Instead of recommending: new
taxation to make tip the deficit.
Secretary Mellon advocated the low
ering of purtax rates on large In
comes from the present 50 per cent
to 25 per cent, contending this ac
tion would result In capital beins
drawn from Its hiding places and
put to productive work, thus cre
aMrsr nw tT Fourres naturally.
The winter boxing seacon pre
Fents interesting possibilities in the
way of matches if promoters and
boxers will forget their high finance
ideas and get down to the business
of making matches.
There seems little likelihood of
a bout between Jack Dempsey and
Harry Wills, Icadinr negro heavy,
believed by many experts to be
able .3 give Der. se a battle.
Aside Jrom the proposed interna
tional bout between Joe Beckett
and Dempsey a Dempsey-Tom Gib
bons battle seems about the best
bet. A bout between Bill Brenntr
and Floyd Johnson may material
ize. Watching the rire of a prom
ising heavyweight is the most in
teresting thing in boxing. J;hn
pon seems to be a real ' e. Bren-
Dan is not mucn ot a fighter, nut be put on until next summer. Leon- j
he has a reputation f ? and ajsrd and Tendler over r.gain is an-
victory over him would enhance other bout that is too bij. for an j
Johnson's standing to no smal. ex- i indoor arena. It also will be stag- I
In the light heavyweight class
a Gene Tunney-Harry Greb mr.tjh
13 the best that can be arranged.
These men are bound to come to
gether in the near future and it
will be one of the big ' "uts of the
winter. Those i 'ho backed Tun
ney when he lost the title to Greb
will back him again tc a ni...'.
They are convinced :hat he would
have beaten Greb :f he had recei
id fair treatment from the referee.
! who allowed Greb to transgress
i the rules all the w. .
i Tunrey and Gibbons ould pack
any mcoor ciuo. tunney declares
! that he is willing to meet Gibbons
as soon as he wins back his t' " ;
from Greb. Both T. ney and Gib-
,1 1 bon3 are high class men in eve..
wav. they are erac. hoxer and
good hitters. A match hetween
them ought to be worth while.
Greb and Gibbon? over agai - '
another match that would draw
well. Greb made Gibbons, kok
rather cheap the la.t time they
The masterpiece of trie world's
master-produce r. A romance
that thrills through scenes of
BACK TO IRK
Seventeen Thousand Of
Them Idle Since the
First of October.
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
K.VST LIVERPOOL, Ohio, Dec. 6.
Seventeen thousand ti orkers in the
pottery Industry, idle since October
1. were ordered back to work today
by Trosident John T. Wood of the
National Brotherhood of Operative
Fotters, following a declaration of
peace between the unions and the
United States """otters' Association.
The adjustment ha3 no effect upon
the sanitary pottery strike, affect
ing shops in Tiffin and Chllltcothe.
Ohio, and In sections of West Vir
ginia, Indiana, New Jersey and
Calfornla, which was declared No
vember 1. In this branch of the
industry more than 2.001 workers
CALLS ON HARDING
Sir P. S. Sivaawmmy Aiyer, K.. C
S. L !
Sir P. S. Sivaawamy Aiyer of
Madias, India, who is making a i
tour of the United State making ;
lectures in many of the larger j
cities, was a recent visitor at the !
White House in Washington. D. C. i
met. There is no question
Gibbons has enough -tuff to beat
Greb. Whether he has courage
enough to make use of it is another
matter. Little Greb's victory over
Gibbons is. a dark blot on Tom's
record and if he is made of the
right stuff he will try to remove it
before going after the match with.
Mickey Walker, the new welter-
weight champion, can be used with
a dozen opponents all of whom
figure to give him a great scrap, i
If Walker cares to fight he can box
here at least once every two months
for a long tim to come unless he j
loes his title.
Benny Leonard would he the best j
opponent for Walker. This match
looks so promisincr that it . i'l it
ed next summer, although neither
of the men may he in the liii. j
weight cla?s by that time. j
Leonard is matched to box Ch&r- !
ley White in New York this wint . v. !
The promoter did well when ' e j
selected White, who apoars to be
the most dangerous of the iight- j
weight contenders, barring Tend-
ler. of courpo. i
Johnny Kilhsne and Johnny Dur.- i
dee would draw plenty of money
if they could be brought togetlv r, !
but it is aoparent that -.ilbane do
jnot intend to fight again.
i Joe Lynch and Pancho Villa in a
' match for the bantam ti' would
be a greet attraction.
Keene Fit7.patrick, Princet- :
track coarh, football trainer, and
athletic adviser, is entering his
thirty-third year in point of ser
vice' and thirteenth at ' l- eton.
Fitzpatrick started at Ann Art
in 1890, where, with Yost he he". -'
ed put the Wolverines on the foot-
his sttt-v - i- I il
At last Conan Doyle's world
famous character comes to
the screen in the most grip
ing photoplay of the year!
NOW PLAYING AT
BIJOU Today Only
"WHO'S YOUR NEIGHBOR?"
Jack London Story
"THE CHANNEL RAIDERS"
are Idle, as the result of the men's
refusal to accept a 20 per cent wage
15 SHE 50 SIMPLE
AFTER ALLTHEY ASK
Here's Shy Country Lass
Entangled With Two
fTIMES BUREAU AT STATE CAPITAL
OWOSSO, Mich., rec. 6 The story
of how a simple little country girl,
believing everything- that was told
her, became so entangled by two
marriages that even lawyers can
not solve her present marital status
was revealed when attorneys for
Mrs. June Woodman Claerhaut
Hard, 17 yars old, commenced more
than a year ago.
The attorneys ask the court to say
whether the girl has one husband,
two husbands or none at all, and if
possible to free her from her en
tanglement!!. When only 15 years old she mar
ried Outtaff Claerhaut in Windsor.
Ont. Annulment proceedings were
started but not completed. Last fall
she married Frank Harfling. He
told her that because they were
married In Canada their marriage
was rfot valid.
Later she went to her attorneys
to pet a divorce.
First Trust And Savings Bank
EAST CHICAGO INDIANA
The entire stock of this Bad; is
owned by the shareholders of the
First National Bank
Do You Wish to Have
Your Own Home?
Rent receipts are like Russian rubles you can't
buy anything with them.
Rather be paying on a home. Should you desire
:o buy or build a home see us regarding the necessary
loan. We wi!! give careful attention tc all applica
tions for cevsrvative loans on improved propivty,
rrected or to be built.
A Plan That May Aid Yon
If you really want to be a home owner but need
more money before ycu are able to buy, we shall be
glad to outline a definite plan whereby you can get
the required amount.
This method of persistent saving, flexible enough
to be within your income, is the Parti.il Payment
plan of acquiring Hrst Mortgage !'": Bonds. As
soon as you have completed th? requited number of
o'eposits to provide t:ic money you need, use your
Bonds toward buying a home. You will like this
plan. Ask about it.
CHICAGO & FORSYTH AVENUES
For Tovx Days
Rooth larkington's grat
Atr.cric ni comedy with
WALLACE REID AGNES
LAST TIMES TODAY
THE VDUNG RAJAH
'COMING NEXT WEEK
WASHINGTON, Ier. 6 The admin
titration of policy "save until it
hurts" was emphasized today with
a report from the house appropria
tions committee on the treasury de
partment supply bill for the n.cal
year 1923-4, the first of the new ap
propriation measures to make its ap
pearance. The bill carries a total of 5115.
119. SO, which is ?3,725.01S less than
the treasury appropriation for the
current fiscal year and $2.713.95S
lss than the amount asked by pres
ident Hardirg- in transmitting the
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