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THE WEATHER Indiana Pair in north, showers in suth portion J7VENING Cj EDITION r - an I Krida ; w anv.? r Kriday. cr Michigan 1'jir t -night arid Fri day: warmer Friday. 0 VOL. XXXV, NO. 143. DAT AM) NIGHT FÜLL LEASED WKE TELLUKAX'XIIC SERVICE. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1918. WITH ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. A .N'EWM'aPER FOR TIIH HOME PRICE TWO CENTS 13 UVj U 66 Crowded Bictu to 99 loci ryflP OF 9 DUMB A! J3.JLld IN JU i raw 1 1 I. J jJ Work hgl to tie GEH WS RAID ! PARIS TWICE II 30 HOURS ! I British Announce Successful Raids Against Enemy Forces in Neighbor hood of Ayette. International .N i SerTFe: PA HIS. May 2'.. For Iht i'eeond time in CU hours a. Ger man i-Ar squadron raided Paris early tevlay. The m was sounded shortly before 1: '0 o'clock and the "all clear" signal was not given until ü:ZO. A certain number of bombs wer- dropped in the Pa ris area, an othcial ccmtnuni'iuc stated. LONDON, May 2.". Successful raids were carried out by the Brit ish in the neighborhood ov Ayette and Loise Leux St. Marie, in which casualties wrre inflicted upon tho enemy, the British war office an nounced today. Heavy artillery fiiinff continues on both the Picardy and Flanders I attle front--'. The text of the official statement follow?: "The enemy rushed one of our advanced posts in Aveluy wood during thp night. Two of ur men are mi.viin?. ". .successfully raidcl enmy trenches in the neigh borhood of Ayette and Boise leux St. Marie, inflicting casu alties. We captured a machine gun. "The enemy attempted to raid oor positions in the vicinity of Keiszunv enage but was driven off by rifle and machine sun fire. "The hostile artillery was ac tive during the night in the An re alley, south of Len. ast of Ilobecq and east of the forest of Nieppe." AIR ACTIVITY INTFASK. LONDON. May -J. The artillery bring and air actUity on the west ern battle fronts have reached un equalled intcn.-ity. says the corres pondent of the I lavas News Agency at the British front. On a certain sector I r. n . o o o shells were thrown in a single bombard ment. It is assumed that the Germans will deliver their heaviest attacks north of the Somme river when the oflensic is renewed. Nineteen German generals have been killed in action since the Ger man drive was launched on Maren TALIS. May 2f. Although there' has been artillery duelling along the I .ijsp and Sonime river Picardy I fronts), there h:e been no infan- J try actions, the French war ottiee j stated in an official communication i i-sucd la.-U nicht. riti:cn roMMFNioi i:. PARIS. May 2.1. There h.ts been ;tn intermittent bombardment south of the Are rier (Picardy front." the war office announced today. "The enemy attempted a coup de main in the factor of the Fois Moinc.il. hut it was broken up. "Our patrols penetrated the en emy's lines in Fhunipigr.o. the Ao- curt forest (Verdun front and on the Woevre plain. "Prisoners and war nut'Tiais were captured. "The night passed calmly on the rest of the front." American forces are hoMing part of the line on the. Woevre plain. J DR. ASH NAMED DELEGATE! TO DENTAL CONVENTION 1 l " i Internate i"..il N' Srrxiie: INDIANA P I IS. Ind.. May ; Leading dental .-pn iahst- from 'hi-' i.igo. .t. Paul and M :n n a po'.is were1 or. today's program of the 1 t h an i.ual convention of Indiana dentist More than l,,lt1 drafted men! were examined free of charge by j Indiana dentist.- and more than :C0 teeth :Uled without est to th- . selected men during the past vear. This gives Indiara s.-ond rank in he Fnited States for free treat- ; ment accorded selected men. Pr. , L. Irvin of Terre Haute is the new president of the association and Pr. Harry Carr of Indianapolis, pres . dent-elect. Ir. Steele F. Oilmore, 'ndianapoli. and Dr. '. .t. Ash. South Bend, were named iikg;. te the National DT?a! as..c ution :th Dr. How ard ' ' Li t ri of Terre !ra'. te ard !' ' H L,ti.cn AO alurnatcs. t Ik i n o The War Situation Today International News Service: Artillery continues to play the leading part in the activities on the battle fronts in northern France and Belgium. The Germans are still shelling the British lines heavily north of Bethune and in various other sectors of the Flanders and Picardy lighting zones, hut today the 64th of the German grand offensive tinds the infantry inactive except for mall attacks and raids. The British and French continue to develop their small successes and by raids in various sectors extend ing their lines and strengthening their defensive organizations. Keen attention is directed toward the Kemniel area in Belgium, where the French advanced their lines on wide front, but apparently there has been no renewal of the minor operation in that district. Artillery Battle On. The British war office report to day showed that a great artillery battle is in progress along the greater part of the Flanders and Picardy fronts with ' the German gun's most actie in the Ancre val ley in front of Amiens) south of Lens, east of Pobecq and east of the Nieppe forest. (The district east of Robeco. and east of Nieppe forest lies immediate ly north of the British railhead po sition at Bethune.) While the deadlock continues on the western front, there has been another flare-up of righting on the Balkan and Italian fronts, hut no movements of decisive importance. I-Tench to fx Objective? Some German military experts are now predicting that the Ger n i.ns will make their next drive against the French instead of the British, indicating that the blow would he delivered on some part of the fr nt that has not seen anv heavy fighting since March 21. This unlikely, however, m view of the vast concentrations of men and guns which the Germans have made on the Picardy and Flanders fronts. According to all indications the new German drive will be launched in one of those theaters. 128 TAKE EXAMINATIONS FOR NURSE'S LICENSE International News Service: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. May 2a One hundred and twenty-eight young women today completed their examinations for registration as reg istered nurses. The examinations are reing conducted by the state hoard of registration and examination. Many of the 1 2 S will enter the Red Cross service as soon as they re ceive their state papers. Presbyterians to Meet Next Year in St. Louis International New Service: COLUMBUS. O., May 23. Heated discussion marked the ac tion of the Presbyterian" general assembly at its session -today in deciding upon St. Louis as the place tor 'holding its sessions nexr May. The assembly voted in favor of holding its sessions in 1920 in Philadelphia The trouble started when Rev. Dr. H. A. L'hvood of Atlantic City, through a substitute motion, unsuc cessfully sought to have the assem bly meet next year in Atlantic City. After a vigorous speech in support of his motion, Dr. Klwood's request that he be allowed more time was turned down while commissioners demanded the previous question. To make matters worse, a com n issioner from New Jersey, taking the tloor tu a question of personal privilfjje. denied that the assembly h;;d been invited to Atlantic City. To settle the dispute. Dr. Kiwood put the controersy up to State Clerk Roberts who declared that Atlantic City had extended an in- itation. Cox A tit Irenes Assembly. After the assembly decided in faor of St. IjOul. Dr. L'hvood snoed that the f-electlon be made unanimous, declaring: "(Jod knows, she neds clcaninc; up." No action was taken on his motion. "Th church has been a distinct tr-ctor in bringing about a unifica tion of the people of Ohio in up prrt of the war." declared 'Gov. Co, addressing the assembly. The governor said mobilization of the resources of this state for war serice could not have been accom plished without the aid of the church. The people are beginning to find that the dwiamic character of world eer.ts is breaking up their mental "hard pan" and causing them to go to church and pray for the defeat of Germany, said Gov. Cox. He said more oiunteer were guen by Ohio to the national guard. than by anv other state, and that more Liberty loan flags were er.t :-v,o hio f'.uring the !ast campaign than into any other state. SINN FEINERS PROPOSE TO SUPPORT DEPENDENTS OF ARRESTED MEMBERS International News Service: LONDON. May 2 3.-An anti Irish conscription meeting has been held in Dublin at which it was pro posed to provide the dependents of arrested Sinn-Feiners from a "na tional defense fund," said a Dublin dispatch in the Times today. A letter from A. J. Balfour, the foreign secretary, to the lord mayor of Dublin was read withholding au thority to the lord mayor to carry documents to America unless sub mitted to the lord lieutenant of Ire land first. (Lord Mayor O'Neill of Dublin requested passports to go to the United States shortly after Irish conscription was decided upon.) The lord mayor refused to submit on the ground the documents are di rect communications between the conference and Pres't Wilson. New evidence may cause a delay In the publication of the facts con cerning the German plot in Ire land, it was stated. Thomas Clark, who ha been ac tive in Irish affairs, has been arrest ed. CLEVELAN D HAS NEARLY FOUR MILLION IN CHEST International New Service : CLEVELAND. O.. May 23. The Victory chest, or Cleveland's war fund, is meeting with great succes and today, the fourth in the cam paign, finds the chest two-thirds full. The quota was set at six mil- ,ion "n. conservative es- umaies mis morning put me amount already given at more than $ 4.000. 000. At noon yesterday an official tabulation showed more than 700.000. with soliciting teams hourly gaining headway and turning in heavier reports. The six million mark is said now to be certain of being passed and committeemen are seeking to raise the limit to $5,000,000 for the seven-day cam paign. G OD ER PRICE TD STABLE Attempt to Have Quotation Raised Fails and Price Re mains For Three Months. International New Service: WASHINGTON. May 2'.. There will be n increase in the price of coppe for three months beinnin June 1. This was learned today fol lowing a conference of leading men of the copper industry with mem bers of the war industry board. It is understood that no agreement was reached and that the war in dustries board immediately sent to the president its recommendation that He present price 2?, 1-2 cents per pound be continued in effect. The copper men brought strong pressure to bear in an effort to have the price raised. They contend- rd that increased costs of labor and j ionr time contracts had resulted in j conditions making it Imperative that j trey T(,cexve more than the present ! ngurc. ; HTII.I .F.UY I1HK li:CHHsr.S. inte rnati .n il Nns Service: WITH THK AMERICAN ARMY IN" FllANCK. May 22. (6. p. m ) Attilery activity has decreased said ' tonight " official conimunique. "Thre are no new developments to report." IN Italians Bring Down 10 More Austrian Planes International New ServFe: ROML May 23. Ten more Aus-tro-German airplanes have been brought down by the Italians, eiht by airmen and two by high an?le Kuns. says an official announcement by the war office. There has been considerable ac tivity alon? the mountain front and the operations are developing in favor of the Italians, it was stated. South of Val Assa (in the Sette Comuni. west of the Asiago plateau) a British patrol penetrated the enemy's line, capturing some prison ers. Northeast of Monte Val Leila. Italian troops attacked and cap tured an Austro-German outpost. The Italians then pushed on into the village of Stoccareddo. inflicting losses upon the enemy garrison. An ammunition dump was blown up. The artillery nrins: has been fair ly intense all alonsr the front, the report added. East of Zenson the Italian lire acainst hostile teries was particularly effective loop bat- DOVE Atlantic Division is Far in Lead, 552,150,396 is Reported. Interuatiou.il News Service: WASHINGTON, .May 2Z. More than half of the $100.000,000 quota of the American Red Cross drive was subscribed in the first two days of the campaign, reports received at the national headquarters today showed. With several states still to be heard from ö-,150,C? has been received. The Atlantic division is far in the lead with $17,511,176, of which Greater New York has given $11,- ir2,2S2. Other totals are: Central division $5.9op.o00: Gulf division $1,478.979; Iake division J4.S44.30O, with no totals received from Indiana and Kentucky: Moun tain division $ 1 , 1 2 2 . 8 S 6 New Eng land division $2.734,000, with no re turns from several of the largest cit ties; Northern division 12.362,000; Northwestern division $1,340,9S5; Pacific division $Ö34,9.".4; Pennsyl vania division $2,662,824; Potomac division $1,433,377, with Baltimore returns not included; Southern di vision $2,026,660; Southwestern di vision $7,147,217 and Foreign di vision $728,040. BULGARIANS FEARING R0UMANIA, KEEP MEN FROM WESTERN FRONT Iutern;ition;il News Servb-e: GENEVA. May 2;:. Bulgarian orhcials intimate that the fear of Iloumania. in the event of an allied victory, is preventing the Bulgarian from sending troops to the western front despite pressure from Berlin, according- to information received here today. Bulgarian newspapers publish numerous interviews with notables who have recently returned from Roumania and all asree that, while Roumania has been crushed in a military senso. the country is not submissive and that the arropance of the Germans has sown seeds of hatred in all classes. It had previously been reported that Bulgarian and Austrian troopu had already reached the front. w estern RINGLEADERS OF SINN FEINERS ARE TAKEN OVER TO ENGLAND LONDON. May 21. Twenty-three of the arrested Xinn-Feiners. in cluding Prof. deValera. Grittith. Cosgrove and MoGuinr.ess. have been brought to England from Ire land. They probably will be in terned. Trof. deValera may be consider ed the head of the Sinn-Fein move ment in Ireland. He is a highly edu cated man and was elected to par liament, although he never took his seat. AKIUAI ACTIVITY NF.Ai: TOI L. WITH THK AMERICAN ARMY I IN FRANCE. May There wa la great deal of aerial actiwty over the Toul front Wednesday, but no 'Infantry engagetnents. American aeroplanes took an important part in the air battles. I 1 BR I SH BOMB BEHMJIM CITIES START RES I Enemy Military Works in Bel gium Suffer and Chlorine Plant at Mannheim is Struck by Explosives. Intcrnatiou.il News Service: LONDON, May 23. Intense aerial activity by the British 'marked Tuesday ni?ht, durincr which German cities were bombed and raping fires were started, according to an official report on aviation issued by the war ofhee. Sixteen German air planes were shot down, two more were brought down out of control and still two others were shot down by hii;h angle guns behind the British lines while two German observation bal loons were destroyed. German military works in Belgium, notably the iailway triangle at Iie?e, werq bombed and two tons of bombs were dropped upon a chlorine works at Mannheim. Three lires broke out there. Some of the ma chines penetrated as far as Metz, where the railway station was attacked. Fires broke out in Liege and were burnins furiously when the British airmen departed. Many German billets in Bel gium were attacked. coixmjxi: Ti:mtoiiizi:n II V BRITISH RAID. International News Service: LONDON. May 23. The British air raid over Cologne was the most lormidable that any of the Rhine land cities has yet suffered, said Amsterdam dispatches to the Ex press today. The German authorities were causht napping and the alarm signal- were all late in beinpr sounded. Indescribable panic followed. Prom inent burghers of the city have pe titioned Berlin military headquar ters ajrainst future air raids on Lon don, sayine: that they would only cause reprisals asainst German cit ies. Herr Kuckhoff, a prominent citi zen of Cologne, has promised to pre sent a petition to the reichsta? alons the same lines. Two hundred and twenty persons were killed and the Mulheimerheide munitions factory was badly dam aped. ALLIED SUBJECTS LEAVING RUSSIA Food Nearly Unobtainable in Petrograd Bread Dis tribution Ceased. lnternatiou.il News Service: LONDON, May 2. An exodus of allied subjects from Ru.-sia is under way, .said a Reuter dispatch from Moscow today. Food is almost un obtainable in Petrograd, the distrib ution of bread having ceased on May 14. A general outbreak in Petrograd is feared to be imminent. i All the evening papers in Petro j grad hae been suspended, on the allegation that they were publishing; fale news. A protest has been re ceived via the Rust-Un wireless against the wholesale arrests, im prisonments and terrorism caused j by the Germans at Ri?a and else- ! where. (The protest was s-?nt out by Tchitchernin, who, it was previously reported, had resigned as Russian foreign minister.) A serious revolt has among the peasants at In Little Russia, said a broken out Tchernigo . dispatch to the Daily Sketch. A battle was fought on Monday near Romny between German at.d Ukrainian detachments on one side and anti-German forces on the other in which the Teutonic troops were defeated. The new Ukrainian officials at Kiev are reported to have f.ed. BFIU.IN HITPOKT nAURFTV. ' MERLIN, May 2". There is J nothing new to report from any nf , tbe theaters of war. said the r.rti tial repoBt i-s-jed by -.h German 1 ttai- ofhee on Wednesday night. n rr M M en Useful Occupations or Enter the ßlrmy InternaÜnI New Srvirc: WASHINGTON, May 23. "Go to work or tihi." That is the dictum of the covernment as announced today bv Provost Marshal Gen. Crowder service regulations dealing with tered men not engaged in a useful occupation to immediately apply themselves to some form of labor contributing to the general good. The idle man, rich or poor, will find himself confronted with the alternative of lindin suitable employment or entering the army. AMWl Other Clasos. The new lobulation, which be comes effective July 1. will also af fect the following classes: F'prsons unpaged in the serving of food and drink, or either, in public places, including hotels and social clubs. Passenger elevator operators and attendants, door men, foot men. and other attendants of clubs, hotels, stores. apartment house;, orlicf buildings and bath houses. Persons. including ushers and J other attendants, engaged and oc- ! cupied in and in connection with games, sports and amusements, ex cepting actual performers in legit imate concerts, operas or theatrical per for ma r.ces. Persons employed in domestic service. Sales clerks and other clerks em ployed in stores and other mercan tile establishments. UaMc to Sen i The regulation provides that a fter future. We must make vast w ith July I, ary registrant who is found draw.ils for the army and immi by a local hoard to be a habitual 'V (loM' P tno ninks of industry idler or not encased in such useful 1 behind the pap with an accelerating- occupation shall !e summoned he fore the board, given a chance to explain and in the absence of a satis factory explanation, be inducted into the military service of the United States. Any local board will be authorized to take action whether it has orig inal jurisdiction of the registrant or not. The regulations which apply to idle registrants will be deemed to apply also to gamblers and all de scriptions and employes and attend ants of bucket shops, race tracks, fortune tellers, clairvoyants, palm ists and the like. Men engaged in non-essential oc- cupations and who are idlers will not be permitted to seek relief be cause of the fact that they have drawn a late number or because they have been placed in Class 2, or 4 on the crounds of depend ency. Th-1 fact that he is not use fully employed will outweigh both of the above conditions. The provost marshal general was asked whether baseball players and other professional athletes would come und-'r the purview of the or der. He ssid that pending- reference Of an act Jal case to him by some local board no ruling would he made. Inasmuch, however, as the in- struction to local boards specified "persons engaged and occu pied in and in connection with games, sports and amusements," it was thought here that baseball players of draft age would have to show very good reason why they were indespensible to the public good. May Intend I.M. It is expected that the list of non useful occupations will be extended from time to time as necessity will require, o as to include persons in other emplnyments. "The war has so far disorganized the normal adjustment of industritl man power as to prevent the enor mous industrial output and national organization necessary to success." said Gen. Crowder in discussing ihe new regulation. "There is a pop ular dPmand for organization of man power, but no direct draft could be imposed at present. Steps to prohibit idleness and non-enVe-tive occupitions would be welcomed by the penp. "We shall give the idlers and men not effectivey employed the choice between military service and effective employment. Everv man. in the draft age at least, must fight or work. Coittot of Industrie. "This is not alone a war of mili tary maneuver. It is a deadly con test of industries and mechanics. "Germany must not be thought of a merely possessing an army: we must think, of her as being an army an army in which every factory and loom In the empire is a recog nized part in a complete machine running niht and day at terrific speed. We must make of ourselves the same sort of effectne machine. "It is not enough to ask whit would happen if eery man in the ration turr.d hi hand to effective 'work. We nivst make o'iriif.s f - i fective. Wg must orgaruze for the usi Get in an amendment to the selective the question of compelling n Intern.ition;i! News Srvi-e: WASHINGTON, May Tlio jiowrninont U mImiiiI o make it hot for slackers and duitl delinquents. Atlv. (.on. Gregory annoiiiuvil this after noon. .Men of conscription ape an' loain:r tlx country to cadc military orix. it was said, and complete lits an U'ini; compilH! from information now on hand. Instructions arc Indus sent lo all I'nilcd States at torneys to return indictment against thorn. Those indict ments will le hold over and prosecution of the oadors made when they attempt to return to this country. Non-rorit rants and delinquents must cither re turn to the I'niteil States for military pn iiv or lxs-onie H'rnianent expatriates. production of every useful thins: in necessary measure. How is this to be done? '"The answer is plain. The tlrst step toward the .olution of the dif ficulty is prohibit ensajrement hv able-bodied men in the field of hurtful employment, idleness or in effectual employment, and thus in duce and persuade tbe vast, wasted excess into useful fields. An Aiiuer to (Yiiio. "One of the unanswerable crit icisms of the draft has been that it takes men from the farms and from all useful employments and marches theni past crowds of idlers and j loafers a way to the army. Therein- edy is simple to couple the indus trial has! with other grounds for exemption and to require thit any man pleading exemption on ;iny ground shall also show that he is contributing- effectively to the indus trial welfare of the nation. "The regulation itself niake plain tue determination of the war de partment. The great organization of local and district boards may be relied upon to catch the spirit of the movement and sorely needed man power will soon he flowm into ; the fields of useful endeavor or info j the other direction of military strength." . RED CROSS TARGET FOR HUH AIRMEN Carry Out Systematic Bomb ing of Hospitals Behind British Lines. Iü!'-ril;ltl"li:il .Neu Sfrvi : Ii.MhiX, May L?. German air planes have carried out a systema tic bombardment of R'd Yo hos pitals behind he Rntish lines, kill ing anil uoii.iding many person. among them r.umero is wounded patients that were under treatment, said dispatihes. from the front to day. In their latest r.end:.-h air dash the (oii:)a r.s employrd loruls of t'-rrihe p"'v r- ;,s well as shrapr.el shell--. whi h burst near thf- ground, scattering bullets in ewry direction. Although the Red Cro-s insignia wa plainly v isi bjo the Germans de livered d ire t attaclis on the hospi tal buildings. One r; er man machine, carrying the commander of th raiders, was bif.ukiht down. There were three person in it and it was an immerse Gotha. The German commander spoke cxrel!er.t Er.gli-h and when asked why he directed the attack against hospital-. he c'. timed he had not seen the Red "ros-? sign. The women nurses in the hospi tals showed the utmost bravrv thro :g'r.o ü the attack, w hi .h laste - itr. for kome tm.e. nto!T0 MOBILIZE FULL POWER OF UAIIOfl Sec'y Baker Before House Committee to Ask Clause Authorizing Registration of All Effective Men. 1 lit ti.-i t i-i 1 1 N'rn S-r ! YAHIMfO May :3. The climax in tlu nuc military alhiirs committee's C"iiiJ.crati':i of the S 1 1, ((,( inn. od'i army hill came thK attenuxm when Sec'y nt War Raker appeared heiore the emmitree as'inc: ths insertion in the hill nt a provi sion iviii the president unlimit ed power lo Jratt men tor mili tary service. The seoretar's re,iest .is n,a: behind guarded door ;unl no defi nite information on the m. t powtrs asked came to those who waited it side. Memlers of tht on i m 1 1 claiming' to hae ;i utbot itati e lr.fo: mation before the secretary took t). stand assert e.d he would ask that th full man power of the I'nited State be reWtereit and that the president be t-ncn authority to lake men of any clas and of any ane without consulting' ongrcs whenewr th' necesitv for such action arise.-.. MISS STINS0N STARTS AERIAL MAIL SERVICE CHICAGO TO GOTHAM Internat!. n. il Neun s:vi ; CHICAGO. May :: Aeti.r. mail serke between 'hicago and New York was offu ially inaugurated to day when Miss Katherine Stinou took to the air in her new 'urti machine, -arrying a small s 1 1 k of mail, and lvaded b-r pl ine for .Ww York. He tr;p began of'i'-ially at 7 : 4 o' b k The sack Mi- Stinsou nrnd contained about l"t j , r s ( i f m a 1 1. each beating or, of jp,.- w w :4ent aerial mail seiie darnp. From reports reid after Mi Stinson began her tligb! it was e i dent that she was tlaVel.ng cast ward at a speed of about en niib.i an hour. She expect- ! make .1 non-stop trip aid left her- wit.n the intention of setting a r w record for airplane trafl b'tw.' i, Chicago and N e v Y o i k . She intended to Ii iardci e'ity, L. I, at tonight. AMERICAN PILOT IS KILLED IN A FALL Inte.-ralt.el. 1 1 News Srrvj'e; WASHINGTON. Mty j:-. Thi accidental b-'.th of an American av iator was reported in Gen. IVr shing's ommuniqu announced by the war department this aflernnou. It follows: "Section A. Artillery activity hii decreased. There are no r.fV de velopments to report. Vction Ji This laornlng Lieu:. Kurtz, a pilot m o jr air s'-rif fell within ojt line?- ar.d was kii'e j. The fall apparently v,a- due to ;-r- odent." The uMijnuni juo is under a r of .Mav 22. GIVE PHONE COMPANY RIGHT TO SELL BONDS ; INDIANAPOLIS. Ir.d . M.iv i The p jr.h- t'-r i- e coin n..--i-oi b-i j granted the Home T p!i r. '. ! serving Elkhart. 'iO-b.en and Wa.i- ri.-.t permi--.on to :-- i:r.r. -t ; !y $ 1 - f the $ -f.,-- OC'! - ; sue authoried bv tb i .r . r. I former isu es w ill 1 e r tired w it 'n the j r --d -1 The V,i-.,r.v ;.i "o. Krt-, w . n jgranfd a rew rur. it. u:u rate r,f 7 j I (nts a Tiicnth to cor. -jrr.f rs ar.d t 1 rate of 7". t ents a t housar.d ::- I ;for ci n :i:!'-r usir.g re than " .- iJUNE 3 TO 8 IS COAL WEEK IN INDIANA I I n e tt rf '.' 1 N Sfrr!'-: I INDIANAPOLIS. In!.. Ma. 2 ' June :1 to .'. -e '('ph! uek" 11 . Indian t. 'o;n : ' a-ludr.ratc-s were r.ot e toa : State A ! n :r. - itrat"r W'-o'j.-n and ;. e-i t-g;it-ton- cover: rg th- d:-"-:t t.t: u aa l frufs of coal in the ;:.it.