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LAKGEST SWORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA.
1 THE WEATHER S ESS Edition r TNTMANA Fair Mon day and TuS(ia; lik'ht variable winds-. i."Wi;u Michigan Fair :i:nl iarmf Mon day: T;idav fair: light t mmh-rat variaM w ind --. AVERAGE DAILY NEWS-TIMES CIRCULATION FOR SEPTEMBER WAS 16,180. READ THZ 'VAIIIS' VOL. XXX., NO. 293. SOU. BEND, INDIANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1913. PRICE TWO CENTS rrn 1:2 inn NEWS k V JL JL IT A TP fln T) COS ! HI I Ml u tr 8 ;5 1 f ItJU M"F,XICO CITY, Od. Victorians Jlurrta, piol-!onal president, Monday prorlaimcid hJm.-olf dictator of Mexico and overthrew tlu ron-t ilutioii. Huerta i-.Mied a decree announcing thai ho lia.s asstinu-il ail tlu former powers or C(in!;ns relating to war, linan' uml domestic affairs. He says In will permit the detri ment of justice to rAerrlse it func tions i!iilfs It interferes with his de crees", which will Ik N-ued from thnei to time. Tin- eorLtitutional exemption of iiu'intx rs of congress from arrest is reokrtl by thr decree and tlie dieta- tor proclaims that lie alone is the sn in'tine xer in Mexico. lie piedxe? himself to make a due rcjM'rt of h;s actions to the next con i;re, to lc elected on Oct. 2. All of .Monday. papers carry dispatches from Vera Cm, stating that llrltidi warships hae leen mtii hi the (iulf of Mexico, and the belief is growing that quick atid decisive action is to be taken by the powers. 'I he government is arranging to rush the trial of the accused tlepm.es, but this Is expected to Ie a farce in view of Ilucrta's decree which virtually huys the department of justice must do as he says. V. S. MAY NOW Hi; fokci:i to inti:iivi:m:. WASHINGTON. Oct. Lb The Fnited States Monday served notice on I'res. Huerta that the Mexican gov ernment must protect the 1 n o im Irisoned deputies and that this gov ernment would countenance no vio lence agalnct the political prisoners. Following the news Monday of the dictatorship, Seey. IJryan held a con ference with the president. When asked what the I'nited states Avould do f the Mexican deputies were narmea, ne sam: "That is a hypothetical question. I do not care to discuss the matter at this time." The secretary added that the United States will take no further steps in the Mexican matter at present but will "await developments". He said the state department has not requested anv additional warships to be sent to Mexican waters and this was contirm-i-l by Acting Secy, of the Navy Uoose- elt." Hrj-an hns from the beginning op posed intervention, hut if Huorta slays the deputies whom lie arrested on charges of sedition, there is no doubt that this government will use a mailed hand. Will Hack Vp I. S. It became known Monday that tlreat Britain. Germany. France and the United States are agreed as to the policy to he followed if this country lias to - invade Mexico. From that time the United States will assume a virtual protectorate over all countries between the southern border and tho 3 'a nam a canal. Uonthlential dispatcher from Mexico City say that six British ships are al jea'd - on their way to Mexico to back i:p the United States if intervention is found necessary. German and French ships will fol low at once unless there is a quick change in the situation. Captain of Volturno Showed! Heroism When Convadlyj Seamen Tried to Rush Life; Boats. n rh i I U ii i !l 'J L d 1 : KJ PV i i t NFAV VOF.K. ct. 1". ib!o dispatches r ceived by I" . :;t' of the Urar.ium line Monday i t t I i it''-', that 144 p Tsor.i p-r:shed in Yo'.turno d.i-ast. r. ll;e r- -d urs out by the Urani-im 1:ip are as follows: l'as-r:frers -n Wlturnn, 1. Crew of Vt'lturno, Total. '4. l:esou-d: I'assenpers. 4"; crew. 27,. Total. .M'1. Ml .-.n: r.sver.fT. ?: crew. T- Tal lelieed to liave j.eri.-h- N HoAlIh THi: STEAMSHIP K K " N1 .AN I . AT SEA. Oit. ! I ? uii :.i f.tpe I;.o N. ) apt. Frat;--:.- Ineh. l,.-r.. of th lv;rn l 1::;t Vol t t; r:. . -t;t'.! e as n his f,.ry h'! until i!:n f lost. Whrri h- w as bro v';t ,.u ! t ".1 th- Kr" r; 1 1 1 : r l, and U!i- "i! t r 1 ir.w r -;: d b v. afb- t" s In bghtir.g ba k th er.s I'.ijit. In-b eau,'b.t i.f tb I'.aiT:'- that w-re sliip, Lut he did rot mutlnou sail- th- full e!fe-t d'-stioyin h:s uavir in his Huerta. Now Reveal As Desperate f t i ." . T. H, . :. "V ' -Nk :: ' . t; - L.':l''r : ' : . . i ;'.' t'V i r-' 7. - -. 4 r . r ' i, VIOTOKI NO HUEKTA. heroism and he had f.o be assisted Into the lifeboat. He has been in a state of complete collapse since. M AV YORK. Oct. The (ire that destroyed the Yoltiirno was caused by an explosion in the hold which killed several passengers ami members nf tlic erew, a(X'ordin to a wireless mes sage reeived here Monday by John Spanjrenbun?, or the liner (Irosscr Knrfiierst. one tf the ships in the rescue fleet. FISHGUAUD, Wales. Oct. 13. A 11 of the passengers of the burned Uran up liner Yolturno could have been saved but for the cowardice of her crew. That more than T.00 persons, the bulk of them passengers, were saved was due alone to the heroic behavior of the Yolturno's captain. Francis Inch. These facts were learned here Mon day afternoon upon the arrival of the Cunard liner Carmanla, the tlrst ship to pick up the Yolturno's "S. O. S." call and rush to her assistance. One of the passengers, Walter Trinte Pohl. who was picked up by the Carmania. said that the merr.htrs of the crew fought for places in the lifeboats until Capt. Inch drew his re oler and this statement was borne out by other facts. Only 27) members of the crew of. 'J 3 were saved. Thus of those who perished '.S were sea men. According to Trinte Pohn, six sailors were killed while Jightlner the flames. The rest died as a result of their own cowardice. When the stamen saw that the ship was doomed they became panic stricken. Capt. Inch gave orders to lower the boats and instructed his o'Heers to see that women and chil dren were cared for first. But the seamen made a dash for the boats and scrambled In. The otticers used their fists but we re overwhelmed. Then Capt. Inch drove the sailors back, drew his revolver and threaten ed t kill the first sailor that interfer ed with the passengers. Sailors were needed, however, to man the cars and when the call was ghen for men to take charge of the fourth and fifth boats there was another rush forward which overwhelmed the oillcers in charge. Capt. Ban, commander of the Car mania, said tin-re was no hope that either of the life boats that left the Ydturno before lie arrived could have escap d. Tin sea was so hUrh that they probably went down in a few minute-, he s.id. There was a irreat cheer the vast throne awaiting the t'arpathia's arrival here eavght si-'ht of Capt. Fair upon the bridge of his vessel. This sturdv British svaman. rushing ! through a eale t the Yolturno's res I r;i,. had enrolled himself upon the ; paees of Fairlish hii-tory alongside ! tint of ip:. Kostron. of the Carpath- i i. w!m :n the the same manner dashed to stricken Titanic. ! the aid Cheered For Itarr. Fheer after cheer reeled out for Parr and ! ft the 1 tht-v ceased onlv when he iridic while the p-issengers were beir. taken ashore to proceed to London. This was done rapidly that the Uarmanla miht lose no time in b'i at -tint: for Liverpool. Aee.-.rding to oth r accounts Capt. Tr. was th" last to b ave his xessel. whih was still burning late Friday n:-ht, and was a danger t navigation. I'ort In Two Itoats. l'otty of tl persons lost from th. st- amship Yolturno in mid-Atlan--r- in the two boats which si:c- ti e-a!"d in gi 1 1 i n -r away from the urning t-ssl and which without doubt v.r swamp-d. The majority or in- orner leiims io-si ineir lives when four oilier boats were smashed cr 2 Self s tor iWWer SPENCER SIGiNS DEATH CONTRACT Promises tti Plead ;nilt if Ollieials Will Hans Him Quick. CHICAGO, Oct. 13. Chicago's most peculiar murder case became still more peculiar Monday when Henry Spencer, confessed murderer of Zo persons, signed a contract with Du Page county officials that he should be hanged at their earliest conven ience. Spencer said he was anxious to die, and that if the sheriff, coroner and state's attorney would swear that he should be executed quickly, he would appear before any judge and plead guilty to the murder of Mrs. Mildred Allison-Hexroat. The contract was signed by Spencer and giv?n to Capt. Halpin. who prom ised Sr ncer he would aid the Du page officials in carrying out the agreement. PASSENGERS IN PANIC AS BOAT HITS BRIDGE CHICAGO. Oct. 13. Sixty passeng ers were thrown- into a panic. Monday when the lake liner Petoskey crash ed into an abutment of the Clark st. bridge in the Chicago river. Ten feet of the ship's bow was torn away and the machinery was disalWd. All tho passengers were unloaded an hour af ter. SUPREME COURT MEETS AND QUICKLY ADJOURNS WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. The Unit ed States supreme court convened at noon Monday for the fall term, every member of the court being in his place. The se.'sion was only a formali ty, the court adjourning almost imme diately to go to the white house and pay 'its respects to the president. acainst Uie steamers sides in an at tempt toTaunch them. All this occurred before the arrival of the Carmania and the other liners summoned by wireless calls for "help. Arthur Spurgeon a passenger on the steamer, in a wireless dispatch sup plants his own description of the race of the Farmania to the burning vessel and the rescue of the passengers of the steamer by the story told him by Trintepohl. who swam to the Car mania and was rescued in an exhaust ed condition. .Since being taken aboard the Carmania. Trintepohl has been in the ship's hospital, threaten ed with pneumonia. He told his story to Mr. Spurceon before he became seriously ill. but owing to his exhausted state and his broken English, his account of the disaster was sorm-what incoherent. Trintepohl had been employed at liar- celona and took third class pa: Volturno to secure a position offered him in New York. MINNEAPOLIS NT AH PORT. TILHURY. England. Oct. 13. Th American liner Minneapolis, bearing Co of the survivors of the Volturno. will arrive here Tuesday. ANOTHER SHIP REPORTS. HAVRE. ot. IS. A wireless fr-un the French liner Touraine which saved :h of the Yolturno's passenger, stated that she would reach port here Tlu.mI.iv. The survivors include two women and ten children, several of whom lost both ttaretits in the disaster.' PRAISE FflUHDERS OFM. D. UMIVEnSITY Solemn High Mass at Notre .Dame in Memory 'of Found ers' Day Father Carrico Traces History. Founder's day at Notre Dame was commemorated by solemn high mass in the Univers'.ty chapel Monday morning. Kev. John Cavanaugh act ing as celebrant, with Kev. Matthew J. Walsh deacon, and Kev. Thomas Irving sub-deacon. Father Leonard Carrico delivered a sermon on the herism and faith of the founders of the university, and praised Father Sorin and his asso ciates highly for the faith that en abled them to go on with a seemingly hopeless task. "Notre Dame." said Father Carrico. "was humble in her beginning, heroic in her trials and struggles, is thankful for her present development and hope ful for a brilliant future." Founder's day recalls much of the early history of Notre Dame and of northern Indiana. In 1GSJ, Father Claude Allouez, the tirst priest that entered the bounds of Indiana, erect ed a log chapel and established a mis sion on the south bank of i-U. Mary's lake. In 1759, the mission, which had been ministering to the needs-of Chris tians within a radius of over 1U0 miles was deserted and the chapel abandon ed. In Father Had in, the tirst priest ordained in the United States (ll'j;'t) came to Notre Dame and es tablished another mission. A new log chapel was built and soon the mis sion was in a nourishing condition. (iien Iand (irant. Father b'orin and six brothers of Holy Cross in 1 S -f - were given a grant of eighty acres of land near the St. Joe river, provided that they build a school. On Aug. IS 43, the corner stone of the first college building was laid and the next year the few stu dents moved from a farmhouse into their new 'quarters. Cholera devastated the college in 1S54 and carried off nearly the entire community. In 1STD a fierce lire wiped out of exintence the labors of 4 0 years, and Father Sorin was oblig ed to begin ."anew. The present main building was erected lin four months and gradually buildings were added one by one to accommodate the needs of the school. In 100C the old log chapel was re stored and on May of the same year, a statue of Father orin was unveiled. EVANGELIST PLANS FOR A BUSY WEEK Daily Sermons and Prayer Meetings at Indiana A v. Church. Evangelist J. E. Wilkinson preached to a packed house at the Indiana A v. Christian church Sunday night, on the question. "Is Infidelity Scientific?" "The more science we have, the more strongly is the Pible establish ed." he said. "The age of Infidelity is juust. The time when a man can win national fame by lecturing against the Iilble is gone." Four responded to the invitation to join the church. Mrs. Wm. Heger sang "I Heard the Voice of Jesus." The evangelist's sub jects for the week are: Monday. "Does a bad beginning make a good end ing ?"i Wednesday. "Must I join church to be saved?": Thursday. "The unpardonable sin;" Friday. "What is the gospel?"; Saturday, "Oxen. Land and Wives." Cottage prayer meetings have been arranged for the week as follows: Tuesday, at the. home of Mrs. E. W. Peach. ISO S. Michigan st. Wednesday, at the. home of Mrs. E. V. Whitinger. 320 E. Fox st. Thur'sdav, at the home of Mrs. R. E. White, 1213 S. Marietta st. Friday, at the hum" of Mrs. Anton Swanson. 1149 E. Indiana. Saturday, at the home of Mrs. Louis Goss. DjOT S. Fellows st. ASSASSINATION WAITS FOR GEN.' FELIX DIAZ Friend Send Warning From llaauu That Huerta Ha I-iid Trap. MEXICO CITY. Oct. EI. Gen. Fe lix Diaz, who is returning to Mexic frord Europe, has been warned in a cable dispatch pent to Havana, that G-n. Huerta has arrang d to have him assassinated. The dispatch was sent Monday by friends of Diaz, after they had learned that two members of the Mexican se cret service had been, sent to Vern Cruz. The situation here wa unchanged Monday with the troops and machine guns held in readiness in case of any outbreak. AVIATOR SHOOTS SELF 2,000 FEET IN THE AIR OP.AN. Algeria. Oct. 1". One of the most dramatic c.ses of s uicid- on record came to liht here Monday at the iritiuest into the death of Justin Soulbeilland. a hilitary aviator. The evidence showed that Soulbeilland. af ter ascending L'.' uo feet in his mono plane, killed himself. The machine, with no one to control it. fell to earth. Soulbeilland had shot himself. Mrs. Woodruff mim-. -l :: -H- frt'"S i' - . V-j: s'-s -w,v . '. ' .' . '. . :; '. :. . v' 1 .vp 1 0 v. .' V-Jff J'-': Wl-i v.. ?:p4 ..vvS'-i" V; . i ": .,Tf:-,x . . . . ' w .. . - P'1: ' :' ; x v ,y':' ' .-'i-V:?-; ' . ': "' . fS Cj;' : '' yt; x Q V ' . x ::. ': ' -ij" V ;; ' : " :" V ; ' " ' ' f ... 5 MRS. TIMOTHY WOODRUFF. WHO WAS A FAMOUS NFAV YORK 1JFAU TY AT TI1K TIME OF HER MARRIAGE. NEW YORK, Oct. 13. Timothy L. Wooarub. I'oimer hcuienant-govei not of New York state, died at D:1I o'clock Sunday night. He had lain in a critical condition for nearly two weeks after having been stricken with paralysis while addressing a tusion party rally in this ciU He was 55 years old. The former lieutenant-governor was First stricken on the night of Sept. L'y. last, on the platform in Cooper union at a fusion ratification meet ing, while making a stirring speech. Several times during his remarks, JACK JOHNSON SAYS HE'S FRENCHMAN NOW Negro Pugilist's Pail of SBO.OOO For feited in Chicago Fi liter Says He Will Not Hot urn. CHICAGO. ct. 13. Federal Judge Carpenter Monday ordered Jack John son's $30,000 bail bond .forfeited. The Negro prizefighter depaiVd from the United States while an appeal from his sentence to one year in prison and a line of $1,000 for iolating the white slave law, was pending. In a letter to a Negro friend here Johnson says he has become a French citizen. Johnson staled he was doing well in vaudeville. Next week, he said, he will open a nine weeks' engage ment in Vienna. "Never again will I st foot on American soil," he wrote. CHARGES NON-SUPPORT Charging non-support, Lucy Ron- Durant has tiled suit fordivorce from William A. EonDurant in the superior court. She asks $50o alimony. They were married July 27, lvost and sep arab'd July 1?. 1'JlO, according to the complaint. Mrs. RonI)urnt charges she was forced to support herself Ly her own work. CHAS. G. FOLSOfd IN SERIOUS CONDITION Head of Ixeal Manuiacturin;; Con cern is Not Expected to Reeoer. Charb s G. Folsom, president of the Foisom Ma nu 1 fact wring Co., is lying critically ill at his home. S. St. Joseph st. His present condition is alarming and physicians say that un-b-.s there is a decided change for the Letter within the next few hours all hope for his recovery mut be aban dons d. Mr. Folsam has been failing in health since early las: spring and for the past 5-iv weeks has be n conbr.ed to his bed. Dr. C. c. T-?rry of this city and J r. Orofton of Chic ago hae had the patient in char--. For the past few we !:: it has 1 i evident that his recovery is alrr.os': impo.il.Ie. Dr. Terry stated Sunday evening that a change fr the b-tt-r might m-an the prolongation of life for a few hours, but that !t was hardly possible that su.h a change would occur. FALL WKATHI 1L WASHINGTON. Oct. Pracing fall weather with generally fiir ski -is promised the greater part of the country f.-r th- coming e k by the weather bureau. Widowed 1 3 ISO he winced, as if in pain, and paused for a moment, bvi grittily wnt on. As he mated th finished he stag gered and sank into the arms of John Purroy Mitchel. fusion candidate fur mayor, and Comptroller William A. Prendergast. who rushed to bis aid. Mrs. Woodruff, who was on the plat form, rushed to his side. He was carried to a rear room and attended by n physician, who announced that Mr. Woodruff was suffering from paralysis. Then he was taken to his apartments, where he lay until hi3 death. OUTLINE POLICY ON HIGHWAYS Ucpieeiitatics From Northern Indi ana Cities to Meet Here Tues day l or Conference. To determine what shall be the at- iiiuue oi nvo norniern inoian.i aue on the national highway propositions as well as to consider some detinite action whereby local road improve ment shall go forward more rapidly, representatives of the various cities will meet Tuesday afternoon at the Chamber of Commerce. E. L. Arnold of Hlkbart is ebairman of the committee, on which will be representatives of Goshen. Mishawa ka. Liporte, Elkhart and South Rend. The .committeeman are members of the Indiana division of the Transconti nental Ilighwav as-oc:aticn. organized last spring, which bor:y was planning a roadw-ay across the continent which would pass through the northern part of the state. The Line' in national highway project ha- arisen since, how ever. Tlie routes are nearly identical. CORONER WILL 1 1 W Starts Hearings Toda to Determine ( ae.-e of Head-on 'iI!isioti. Coroner Swar.lz bold hi- in vestigation into ih- ta"-e ,,f the '., I. tc S. v. reck last I'ri.lav ir'ght at 1 o'clock today in his oflices in tin Jefferson building. Th- :;r ni.in "f train No. an.d th- cr w of N . will be calb-d :;p n th- stand to testify. Con.n r Swantz said n might also call the two tr.iin d.s;. if -h-ers to testify i fgaiflintr the ord-rs. No furthrr developments aros during th day nr. the r-.i,-. Th- or ders given the ill-fitted tra;n hae not been found t. accor'iiug to Swantz an. l u h'-ther the.v will b- is ;i (jin stion. corn r Swantz w u!.l not make any statement regarding h;s opinion on th- cans- of tin- wreck. He said n woubl ho id any stat-m-.nts until his ino.ust was )iid. The bodies of the three men kill- 1 '.cre taken to th ir home.- Saturd tv a IV rrionn for burial wb.ich was made :-'::r.day at K.mkakee. 111. Sijo .- ( oroiu-r's jari-s are n-t a part of Indiana's court system all th- vidence in th- pro will : heard j by Coroner S.vantz. He will like-vis- j ..-sua the only otlicial staV'-ment re-j garding th r.-vise f th' u r-'k audi the bbinie for the same. 1 r if 1 ni dill PR0B RECK BULZLR MAY NOT KNOW FATE BEFORE NIGHT 00 TUESDAY Legal Question ns to Acts Com mitted Before He Was Gov ernor May Decide Court Action. A LI 'ANY. N. V.. o-t. 1 ::. judges of tb." c urt of appe-'ij strac gling over a s-ditary juest;on of lav , siod alone In tui't n Gov. William Su! zer and evi'tiojj from ;lp- e.-ctiti mansion of the state of N w York when the Inch ooutt of appeachment came together Monda. It was expected that the eo'ltt. would follow the judges in their r dict. There came Mm, lay the repeated statement that Gov. Sulzer would make a la.-t b inarnl for a hearing. It was hung on the rumor that S !i. Pal mer would ask that the case be re opened. Men w ent as far back j-s 170 I b find trie precedent when' the house :" lords agreed to let Mar-uis Cornwal lis testify in the Hastings case. Cut after all of th speculation. Sen. Pal mer spoiled the story by saving that he had no intention of asking for a re opening. Much stock was placed by tho Sul zer fo'k in what things the senators might have heard at home during the recess. Politicians, ministers and oth ers knowing the court's warning, tried to get the senators to aid the govern or'.! rf.ause. The be. ported men at th' capita did not think that the court of im peachment w ould r aeh a verdle Monday. They looked for the final vote Tr.esd'iy. The t hief factor in the deliberations of the court was the le-t gal u stum: Can the governor be impeached for acts committed prior to his term of office? ' I Voles Nccos-ary. Thirty-four lay members of th. court can turn tide ither in favor or against Gov. Salter, v. hen the final ballot is taker.. Supporters of Go. Sulzer are hanking hopes upon the business men legislators lining ui with the governor, but they have no good argument on which to base their hope. Friends of Sulzer keep up their work to tlie very last niinut in behalf of the accused executive. The paper -d -ited by Kev. 1 1. . Milb-r. who is a Sulzer aid. Monday published the fol lowing blast: "If Gov. Suler should continue in of fire, then in many rountie where the people hate lrTi robbetl of millions of dollars in the building of stale iad. il. Suler could and would outintie his in"si;xatioii and oin-Kd thr district attorney to pcrsrvute to tin hitter end such irraftrrvi. all of whom an Tammany mm, and undoubtedly are sharing in the graft Willi the Tammany orunnl ation in New York rit. probably gi1og Tammany the u-ua .."i jht -ent on public contracts. 'o man who ots for the tn-i-tioii of Go. Sul'r ran be rhfted to any -late office for the next live years r until the iH-oj.de hae -oinw hat lorgotteii uTMit this trial. 'I he prop! are thor-ou-ld arou-cd ail or th -tjit-at Tamilian" n u l and unju-t M-rse-utlon." Immur-d witliin th- xecctive tnan sio;, the gov-rnoi- silently awaits th 'erlit. It i.- imp' ---:b!e fo any on to see liim. All Sunday be ,-maind within th hou.-- -.vith Mr-. Sulzer and TuI.m-v," p.-t d.g. as his ."! om Ianions. piriioi.?- f th- g'i eri;or's trinds and hi s-r.-mi.-s reg.irding th' prob,i ble result 'if th- ot- .ii" greatly a varianc-. Hi- trie;. ib- . ; :.. ;s v;.-.. ., at b-as' 20 ot-s-- r.ough :.. pr-'-.-nt bis re ni'';i!. Son: - maintain he will get 21. Put th'..--" otipo .-,-, t,, p:m r fce p conc de him m -ie than . igiit. 0FFERS"s'5 REWArFfOR ARREST 0FSUN YAT SEN T.''o.!.. Vv'avh.. ;. ! ;. -The tirdtt -t J!.-!!it ti.at e.tn be otteje-j a 1 '!iii.e-e citizen !oapd upon Ir. S ::; V.:T S-!i Moud.r. v hen ofn- N o the :-(.::. ;.c t br . ..oli a.-t a bu'g I1- ".' n. n !o: w ii-.m tin- g- rnn.ir.t "a cull ; -.f y : e .1 r : -. lr. Sun's name was at '! b- .tbur: of th.e ll-t itnd Joi b.. (ap :-. i- a plotter again-' the .p.; . mrm-:.: tb sum of j in M-;.-a?i tih-:.--. ... i- r- I. POSTAL EMPLOYES WILL EACH HAVE TOWEL NOW "Tile o;bYc tov.e,"' that. ; .:.g ' j, ;;.. r-dl r d:.-app--.i .'(: : ro;.. t n- . t' ib-r.J po-;o:';i-.. .l o :. :.i ' N' t l.tf' -.-ta k of "indiv idu-i!-" v. -r t 'n r st. ad. Th- an :; t.'.e io... i. .-a- I l- t.i r- ult. of a (!. r .- :'r-.-:: r h.- -. -re:ar' ' the- tr a-ury : r; -: r ; ::r:.: P..tn : r Crat il! to abo'i-ii tommon to-.'.e!. Thi- in lira- with the f d- r.d - rrim'-ut's v v.i-i to a; .;.-h Co Thi is in l:.-..- w ith the f.-d.-ral go. . 't nm nt's , i.-.. n to .i1 'm;-!i th..-"i"-!: r-" which .: r-g.ird d a --ei:-. dis- -:i.inaii : :':. in .til f b-r.i! buibi l!;v s. it: WKI.1N CIVIC (Ti ll. S.i tu '.!! PettlugiSl will c ti:.- speak er at th- opening me, mg of th--Frankhn Social - ic cl:.. this -n-InLt. Mr. IVttir.'-riil'.- s icj-ct wiil be "The- I n:ln'-;;c.- of the !'.;!; on the bin". Two viM.il sob- will be fur-nu-li-l by Mis Ann LuS',ia.uc.