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THE TIMES Pasre Fivo radio wa R BETWEEN 2 CHURCH ES WASHINGTON. Dec. 11. "In this corner, th church of th corenant, better Hnown a V. D. M. "In this corner the Vermont ave nue Christian church, better known as V.'. J. H. "Lefer go.' "and the air is filled with strange hissings and eputter lngs. growls and staccato barks. A radio war was between two of Washington's best known churches. The contest for suprrrrutcy of the air In broadcasting- sermons from ths pulpits began a week ago and was continued last night with un diminished vigor by the pastors of l"th churches. TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS Too much meat may form uric S'-i'i, which csM'h ar.,1 overworks tha kidneys in their efforts to filter it from the system. liig- meat eat ers can flush the kidneys occasion ally to relieve them like th'y re irv the bmvo's. rrm.v.'ins all .tin; a ids, wast and poison, e!? they nay fed a dull misery In thj kid key region, sharp pains In the hack M'.k h-a:a hf. cizmr.fss. the s!.o-nia-h sours, tongue is coated, and vhi-u the weather Is bad they have ih:umatlj twinges. The urine is "Udy. full rf s.-diment ; tho chan nels often get irritated, obliging ue to tret up two or three times ilurinsr the night. To help neutralize thes Irritat ing actd.-i and flush off the body's urinous wast? get about four ounc es of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a tablespoon in a glass of wa t"r before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys may then act fine and bladder disorders disappear. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lomon Juice il.ined with lUhla.'and has been used for peneratins to help clean art stimulate sluggish kidneys and .top bladder irritation. Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless and makes a delightful rffervejrent llthla wa ter drink which millions of men ivd worn--!! t.i!.-' ro.v nr.d ihen to In prevent s -rlous kidney and bla.liler disorders. adv. Both stations opii;;;.- on a ;:0 " t meter five length, bo: h a'e a;.pr' i- mately o' the same i't.-ver. and hot'-, i desiro use of the aii at the sain-; : time. Kach has refuted to chan- j its program to 6trulshta nout th difficulty, and the air amove "Was'.i- j Itigton last night was filled with! noises appropriate to a Turco- ' Grecian peace conference conductor in r.ativ tongues. tVhllo W". D. M-. the church " ; the Covenant, was belching forth .1 i sermon by the Rev. Charles H. Woo-1 W. J. H, the Vermont avenue rhuri j was broadcasting what would hat - pen "if winter conmes'' by the Kev , Early "Wlifley. The confusion wr. i such that no one was able to fig-Mr out what would happen, but it wa-1 apparent that war had come. j EX-SENATOR WINS PRIZES VITTI LIVESTOCK HOW MAY FORD REGARDS HUSBANDS Woman Accused of Mur der Plot Has Sliding Scale of Affection. f INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE DEROIT. Mich.. L:c 1 1. Extreme bitterness toward her third hus band, Xey J. Ford, whom sbe is accused of plotting to Mil, dep nd. miration for her second husband, Or.i Hallett, Toledo parage owner who divorced her. and a passionat-? declaration of mo-her ., f..- .e-r children by her first husband. Hoy I.lemm, were manifested !:i an In terview today by Mrs. May nitram Hallett Ford. Mm. Ford Is held In the county Jail under $25,000 bail, charged with attempted murdJr. Mrs. Ford told of her early life and described the years of her mar riaa'e to Arthur i sjemniy. railroad engineer whom th married at 1". When th latter started suit for divorce against her about five years ago sho fought strenuously to get the custody of the children and was successful. "But I incurred the deep and last" Ing enmity of my husband's law yer. Homer Harney, who had come from near my home town, during the contest of this case." I felt sure that it was he who got in touch with Xey Ford's lawyer here when he began his divorce suit and in spired the "fram?up" which has re sulted in the declaration rf these Detroit detectives. "Homer Ramey tried to blacken my character when he represented Mr. Blemm and he even branded me a blackmailer, naming one of the i i f 'r - 6s N-' f V V-4. 1 f. 'AT1 i i-K4tfk.v4J' "V. few 1 i - ' i, l.xa.-;, '- ft- f If iLX-oaator J. N. Camden, wit'i overcoat, ti mmag'er and 'liarilanr tto.v.iiirn' most prominent publio men in Ohio, i at the various ista'-ions over tho coun who was at one time governor of I ty and state. the stat?. Chief For bis Issued tho edict this He tried to come between me and j morning that auto owners who drive ura iiaiiett, my 1' JiWlfT L7S .b Price P I:' For the first time in the history of the motor car, here is a Big Six Sedan at a Light Six price $1465 f. o. b. factory. From any angle you care to judge it you will find the Jewett is built without a single compromise in quality. It is offered to you as the huskiest, most power ful five-passenger model on the market today. second husband. i.'ra divorced mo f .r cru. ",ty a:;! claimed 1 tried to cut him with a knife. It was not so an he knew It, an aft.T tho divorce wo wera as friendly as ever. "Always striving for higher things, I studied psychology at the University of Toledo, and from that 1 went into spiritualism. But I did not hold seances for profit and I was never accuj of fraud In this, was it proved against xne." r GARY NEWS FORD SEDAN CON FISCATED BY POLICE The Ford sedan in which Alox. Mpurutls carried hooze Is Alex's no more. Officers Vlndmuller and Wytow placed Alex under arrest at second and Folk streets, when they caught '"nlm in the- act of delivering a gallon of moonshine on Polk st. Tho Commercial garago has the sedan and is ho-'ding tho same for the sheriff's office. c;-rs will b given until February 13 to get IDC 3 plates and after that time, will bo liable to arrest. New Gary numbers for 1023 will be OH.OOl. CONTAGIOUS DISEASES TOTAL 19 IN A WEEK In tlie 7a-it week, there, were 1? cases of contagion rerorted in tho city of Gary. Wcarlet fever seem." to r renominate as there wero thir teen cases cf that disease, four of diphtheria, one case of measles and one at whooping cough. Seven deaths oc, ;ired In the past week, the report shows. will be "outa luck" according- to Chief Forbls this morning who post ed orders that officers walnting their days off will have to make arrange nients with the captains to take them before the 24th und 2uth. GABY HEAT FILES A "VrrrpTT'PT ATc'TTTn A VTT The Gary Heat. Ll?ht and "Water Company has filed another affidavit against one Mrs. Abbel of this city. The affidavit filed in the Lake Co. Criminal court charges the defend ant with stealing electricity from tho corporation by inserting a hat pin in the disc, thus- stepping the registering of electricity. As the electricity is consumed th disc, when In working order turn and registers the amount of electricity used. With the ;at pin in the disc it ceased operation and the meter registered no electricity consumed. ' In the past affidavits have teen I r.iel by a number of Gary people, but there are stlil some who have en j ilea they will not be caught. "It i may tak a little time." said one of jthe officials, ''but these people will j lie caught eventually and prosecut j ed . " miS. HILE PAIN FULLY INJURED Stepping In front of an auto driv en by Charles Mott, 421 I!awa-e st. in front of Tittle Bros, store on Broadway, early Saturday morning, Mrs. Lottie llile. 542 Delaware st., was ralnfully injured. Mrs. ITile was remove. 1 to tho Mercy hospital where she was attended. AUTO HITS POST Two South Chicago people, Mrs. Peter M.mti and Iave Iteed, receiv ed painful injuries on "West Fifth a verm) near the U. J. & K. crossing Saturday when an auto driven by Mr. Mantz was crowded off the road nrd hit ii. trolley pole. , Mrs. Mantz received an injured leg and Heed wa.s cut cbout the face from flying glass. ! HO-1 0 CLUB HOLDS ITS 37TH BANQUET Unique Organization in Frankfort, Ind., Sees Dwindling Membership. FF-AXICFOKT, INIX, Doc 11 For tho thirty-seventh con&ecutlve year, surviving members of tho Mo. 10 club of whom there at a six, gather ed together here last night la ban quet. 'Jen young men of this city, De cember 10, ISjo, after a hunting par ty enjoyed a rabbit supper at the hointi vf M Frank Danoasier. now dead. It was decided they form a club which should meet onca an nually thereafter and that a brttl.? of champagne be purchased, raved and drank by the last surviving member. Tho dinner this year was given in tho apartment of Kohert Klepfer. who fulfilled ono of the stipulations that tho banque.tters should eat only meat of game killed by ono of the members, by nerving six mallard ducks ho had brought down. Places at the table were fix ed for ten. The lottle of champagne, for the last banquet when the survivor will givo a toast for the nine who pre ceded Mm reposes In a safety de posit box of tho First National bank Prospects were that it would be as much a rarity when brought forth 83 the last surviving member of the No. 10 club. BUMS FIND A ' i WISH THEY'D TEACH WELCOME FRiBm I US KOW TO GET Free Breakfast for Them THE MONEY. Christmas. By JAMES U KIJ1ALL1W INTCPNATiCNAL NEWS StHVICE cmcAno. Der. n it w.i.-t a Pi-T platu to find .Santa C'la-is-liovvn In llobov'lie. amon t the bums, aiiionjf the men of io.st Identity. In what us-rd to be a barrel house, a stone's throw from the once fa mo'ifi Jllnl.y pink's where they sohi the biggt-fct beers in the worl i for a nickel that's wl.eiu t he v. as. ".Ma" Gi -. nstein! i Every form cf lamp for use in mines is based on the design of Sir Humphrey Davy, whose principle was that fames will not pass wire gauze. H !j 4 p. m. Two weeks to Christmas. A Cold. December wind sweeps up fcoutli .State Street. Dawn has not yet broken. Stooped, wav ering men, young and old some, in deed very old s'.ip out of Hallways and cheap lodging houses and line up before "Ma's" place "mother's restaurant" its -now called. "Pa" 'jioenstula "opens up." "Ma," as Rosy-cheeked and smil ing and shubby as old Saint Nick himself Is there, waiting for those poor bufs. It lant presents these men want It's food. They get It, free, and no rjuestions asked. Free breakfast, from now till Christmas, with "ma" doing the ser vlr.'. And Christmas day, fora 1 to 6 p. m. The who.e "family" of bums are weleomo to the grand spread at which there'll be turkey and cranberry sauce, an' everything. Out of & Job! You can read it in their faces. Down, oil but out! No one left but "ma." "WASHINGTON, Deo. 11- The government is going to tes.cn peo ple l ow to pay their taxes. L'nder ord'Ts from revenue Corn mi sionr Blair, a special squad of experts left the capital today to train deputy collectors la all parts of the country in tho art of im portant Information to taxpayers. 1 "tirerv collector n tnrif l the fdogan adopted. Ten thousand employes. Including S.P00 deputy collectors, must qual ify un ler the oourso of Instruction between now and March 16, th date for fiilr.g the nent returns. Government officials belleva th taxpayers will be saved money by getting their Information fre In stead of from hlrh priced private experts and at the same time tlx government win benefit by In creased returns. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends and neighbor for ympathy and kindness shown us In our lati bereavement in the death of our beloved wife, daughter and fUter. Also ther wooden car department of the Standard Steel. The Odd Fel lows, P.e-bekahs, and fiia Royal Neighbors. Moose who donated cars and flowers, and the Rev. Berg- for his consoling words. Charles Caraon and family, mother father, elster and brothers. 13-11-1 rwWL.! HiiWawlWl.la''l.'.,L' H. 'Willi lJ'g-";,HMMa I.FJP'WAJW"'W-JWI'WM Wl"wgjw mm m mm i n -r- MUST TAKE DAYS OFF NOW Gary police officers who have two days off every month must tako them before tho Christmas holiday or they FOUR DRUNKS ! CRASH INTO CAR j Going at a fast rate of speed, a Ford car, carrying four men who had been drinking, crashed Into the rear of the Studehaker owned by F. P. Draper, one of the firm of Kinder & Draper, while the, latter's car was standing ft ill. At the time of the collision, Mr. Draper and wife wore visiting at tho home of "William Rust, Ma--yachusetts street. Mahogany veneer la being use ! In Kngland for the p-urfaee of airplane ving, as this materiel successful! y ulthstand all kinds of weather. The largest telescope tn the worl .1. the 100-inch reflector at Mt. Wilson Observatory, in California, collect IS 9.0 00 times tho light received by tho eve. STANDARD OF THE WORLD Cal. O'NaiX AUTO SALES .id Ave. Phone 82 Hammond BONDS TO BE SOLD THIS AFTERNOON At public auction this afternoon, wo bond Issues will be sold in Crown Uosnt. County Auditor Ceorce M. Fcland will conduct the n'e of tho first $175,003 worth of f n l.' to "bo sold and County Treas- r Ttalph B. Bradford will have rrr of the second sale of bond? inting to $153. 0C0. The last i.l isvje will pay for the con. voetion of four gravel roads to bo ! lilt In I.rike county. Hi 1 1 er COLORED MAN COM MITS SUICIDE i "a -r ; z u r t imm l America's prid in her fine cars will naturally be stirred by the knowledge that Euxppe, Aus tralia, South America and the Orient have all joined with her in conferring upon Type 61 the meet successful year in Cadillac history. CAD Tuesday Specials CHUCK ROAST BEEF gc B BONELESS BEEF STEAK. 14c BOILING BEEF, lb 4C Phone 1441 I Despondent berause of family re lations ani thinking his wife was going tp leave him. resulted in "Dock'' Davis. (colored-). drinking tlv contents of a two ohnee bottle of carbolic acid at his home at TT01 Broadway, 'n Gary, early Salhrday evening. vTrlthering In agony he was ru sh od to the St. Antonio ho.-pital on the South Side where hf died pome time I er. Before hH dealSi he made the 1 statement that he had ben having ' trouble with wife and she had ; i told him rhe was going to leave him ! GET LICENSE I' - , u ILLAC 7 1 Ilium i 1 tii i , ' A ".' - i '.V 4 vfAllV LEO P. KK0ERZER Cadillac Dealer Chicago & Sheffield Aves. Phone 663 STANDARD OF THE WORLD THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES mrflB'.,! - 1 f k if i: A -for Men, Women, Girls, -an id Boys. Practical Gift Holeproof Hosiery is known for its service, quality and satisfac tion. That's the reason why so many men and women are wear ing Holeproof Hosiery today. If you haven't tried them yet, you couldn't do better than by buying him or her a box of these hose for Christmas. Nicely Packed in Gift Boxes. STORE OPEN TUESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS THE ROB tin USE Hammond Indiana 563-570 Hohman Street II! MOD 1 1 ill Mi f-; .i n n - 1 graces: Anot Me ier sssage From LEON'! 1 . ' "r ' 1- -w "S R 573 Hohman St. t"Li S' Tj?lT:.te'-itZLVj!ii, yif'llf-V;i.JW.J'I'JW;lJ!!iB';: PLATES NOW i rK.l i tim' r SON 5 V: DRUG STORE O.K. Building Hammond, Ind. t1 n Con-imunleation9 which reach the j Gary police station from the gtat--? ! a-.itomobile department as.;'.; the an- ' f "irt"i: Qn-riyifrzt fft -ifh thrri t r rot auto owners o tane their I'r'.iF plates out now as tho first. !;;tribt!on will bo made tomorrow If You Need Furniture r t i PURE DRUGS QUALITY DRUG STORE GOODS Accredited EASTMAN KODAK Agency Medical, Surgical and Biological Supplies. Exqui-ite imported and domestic Toilet Requisites. Polite Correspondence Stationery. Pure Wholesome Soda Fountain Delicacies. ' Exclusive Distributors REXALL AND UNITED DRUG CO. PRODUCTS Our LsJbel on Your Prescription Mean Accuracy and Parity COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT SERVICE FAIR PRICES v 'it,' i v.- t 5 rv- 1 J? S u r.Wi if; COAL We Hare It All Kinds and Prices Quick Deliveries Honest Weight MortonAve.CoaICo. 5? TT T" a IT W Ai W 'f A furniture "Tip" of vital importance to every house keeper in this entire rzgion is coming. Don't buy till you learn more. THE FURNITURE MAN 165 State Street. Phone Hammond 1975 (UPSTAIRS) o a 5Ue &S.Jt. ! 1 It is to tell you that not all the Har- 1 1 gains are gone by any means, but 'I they are GOING, and if prices inter- est you, you certainly will be paid wen for a visit to this store while our Great fj Expansion Sale of . w V t 4, .. ; Ml Xm g."Ua 4, "-t;rs -i -.- - 'r- - -i-T I -1 j" i n "- T, Jl Jt , rC4 H v. : f -s N y And Floor Coverings is in progress. Cor.ie brfore alterations start tomorrow if possible h there's every conceivable kind of Rug atii Floor Covering and a genuine surprise price i . m on eat.ii "i lilic Tor !:pf-v-': frx";?r tT. iKfrjlJiri 17;' yrlllPMPMS 1123 Indiana t4' Store Open Daring TMs Sale Ccr. Morten Aye. fit Cakrrset 266. ' ?U3S.'TEEr