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u-latumi Indiana T'nrtlv cb.-ib .r. 1 h-:'.T- jj lv v.anr.'-r S'irdny. s r."-. : nt r.i:! t ;i Pages DNEW H IE or Monday. Ixnvor Michigan I'.iir, flirrhtly n-rr.rr Sunday: Monday s ho rt. probably showers. i j - VOL. XXXVI, NO. 117. DAY ANO SIOIIT rt.XL L RASED Willi: TELEi;iiAl-HIC SKltVICE. SOUTH BEN! )IANA, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1919. A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME WITH ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. PRICE SIX CENTS n nn n w f u u COME BUY VICTORY BONDS! B S-TIMES 1 ft I In I UM i; 1 u Ui a Sl ü unity L Ü) i mi y iM. THO U SANDS JOIN IN WEL C OME TO RETUj South Bend Veterans of World War on Parade Saturday VOL UNTEEB WEEK RNED HEROES' fi f Down Town District Thronged VolplcillGS TWO With Friends and Relatives of Men. i Thousand Feet; i BIG CROWDS GATHER EARLY! Büdly Burned 1 Ry Aociated Pre: ; XHW YORK. April 2;. With his South Bend Turns Out to Hon-! clothing ablaze .ma names rapidly i mounting towanl his face, Paul I.. ! Forror.. 31. an aviator in the ?ov- j ernment mail service, volplaned j 2,000 feet to earth at Belmont park late today. Although he was badly I burned about the body, his chances years was: for recovery are said to be excellent, of happy! Ferron took up one of thii big or Her Soldiers, Sailors and Marines. - A' ' a 1 - ti' ' " . 4 "... rJ:J U - -l?;i 1 r 4 - t. ' '- ' - .'iL' ... ' '- ..-1 : BRINGS COMMUNIT Y NEARER ITS GOAL ITALY WILDLY CHEERS ORLANDO Reports From Two of Ccun . ty's Largest Facicrins Are Not In. "Italy Is Ready to Face Fur ther Sacrifice- Declares Premier. BIG BUSINESS VOLUNTEER DAY TllF, AUTILLLUIY MKX SHOWED UP PARTICULARLY STRONG THIS IS A VIEW OF THAT DIVISION' IN" THE PARADF. All the vaiii-h"il of r'laiind y thousands lath TS. )MOth r. and dear ons in South !: riii u)i ii t)i- veterans of the world war marched in niev in Th- Welf-om Moni' parad Satur day afternoon. I.ou 5-efore the parade started the streets were thronged with the viy. njotliers. ruml mothers, .sis- lers. mvi" thearts and admirers of the several hundred men in khaki and blue that represented South land in the army that forced Oer nianv to how to the allies. TIP venera! mobilization took. rron managed to nnk- n safe place in Loopcr park at o'clock landing, although the last few feet and thf parade, with Fol. Oeurpe W. I were a tralKtit drop. The instrint Freyermuth at th hoid, marched j hi- l)1;ne touched the ground ho thronirh tho iinw-n town ser tion .,f . threw himself out and rolled on the the city, pa-Kt the reviewing1 rtand in planes a rebuilt DeIIaviland-fot;r for a tryout over Belmont Jield pre- ; i paratory to making a trip to Wash- . J iiiKton. He was preparing to desc. r.d j when .something went wmmc witli 1 his engine and almost immediately ; I c ame an explosion. Ferron's motor j j was stalled. I He was confronted with th prob- '. leni of Kuidinp his plan1 to -arth j ! slowly enough to avoid being d ashed j to pieces and fast enough to sivei i himself from burning to dead in j J the air. ' ground to extinguish the flame in J his clothing. Mechanics rushed to j the plane and extinguished th? fire before it could reach the gasoline I tank, but not uniVdie big machine j had been virtually wrecked. j Steamer Sinks; Report Heavy front of the court house on Main -t., following the parade the veterans I were entertained wih a special per formance at the Orpheum theater. Tho HViIrwiiu; Staff. In th reviewing stand was Gen- t ral Chairman Fred L. Dennis, May- , or Franklin II. Carson. May. Calvert, : A. H. Frskine. F. S. Fish, George Studebaker. Miles O'lirien, K. P. ' Chapin, lid ward Roche, Arthur Raker, Arthur Iniggen. Van O. Roberts, Frank Hudahy, Tony Weber Mayor Ralph Gaylor of Mishawaka, Chairman W. L. Chandler, James G. ; Jvlink, and Ira M. Cilery of the; .Liberty loan headquarter?. i While the units received the j praiae of the crowds of reviewer.", j tlll the eyes of South Rend'.s wel- cuum vuiiiiuiiict- jnfov im i - s - . tleular Interevt the bovs of the 137th 1 finking of the steamers Magdalena, Held artillery. These are the men I (Chilean) and Alfonso, who left South F.end as a unit of j The Magdalena went down in a "OO at th outbreak of the war. j Storni live miles off Corral. The. Al trained at Camp Shelby, went to t fonso was sunk in collision with the Franco and wcro ready for the front: steamer Fortuna. when the armistice was sitcned. These boys have the reputation of belnjr tho best trained artillerymen m France, according to Cci. Hillman in command of the artillery school iri .France. Artillerymen üi IJne. I Tr,tIT T , . ., . , . rmnn.lJthp.irtillrrvmrnwl BRAZIL. Ind.. April Jb. Ralph o or,.i W. Moss, former representative from .-a ,9 v. &4a i n en in - . Z 1 r 'I f . . '1- 'GO '.V'.- 'v . v v j.t i T Y.-; 7rrv . . ;; t , i - ptm in) if 5 l y.-r'r. 4 ' 2 '- I' . " v '' -' :U. im i " ' ,;n. 'A i My Ass't.iatftl Tress: i ROMF. April 2J. Premier Orian ! Jo in addressing the crowd whi h ! greeted him said: "It is not time for taie language. In the face of the world, which is ; judging .us, we must have firmness j and a calm, serene conscience. "There are two questions'. The I hrst is whether the government and i the Italian delegates have faithfully I interprt ted the thoughts and will of i the Italian people." ! t (Jets Dig RcslKuiso. j Tho response was thunderous. j Shouts of "yes." ! Incomplete Returns o' Day's Drive Received Up tu Mid night Saturday. Up d.,1 :: I i.-' to 1 !eoii;pi-.e nturi.-" fleli. .-.ph iTp'ü'ily T. ' '5 " !' ' hootl. midnight S..u;ni iy sbwil a t i 2. ." o'tMi. witJi two of tl- ! factories il. th, coiüitv stiü lieard from, and lauch ot t!.v e,i... in the Victory Libuty lo.tr. i .. ;i!L'n The countv li.iu ulTi I were vot;Sidnt that when .'11 of t;.e I loan su hscript ins for Tlo- d.-iy w-t i oificially rej.ort.-d. the tot il woub: he oettf r than . Hanks of the city and Mihawat .. THi: BLUE AM) WIIITK OF THE NAVAL DIVISION ADDED A STRIKING TOUCH OF CONTRAST WITH . THE O. D. TRAVELERS RAHE STATE DELEGATES LOSS Of Life Jo Leave City in Body for In- ! dianapolis to Attend ! Convention. By Asoclatfd Press: . VALPARAISO. Chile, April 25. ! Heavy loss of life is reported In the - it - t c, 1 . .ii 1 1. V-' '' ' f T RALPH W. ROSS DIES OF INJURIES RECEIVED FROM ENRAGED.BULL Ilritton. Slick and j Capt were Lleuts. Rooth. Tht artillerymen into eight separate in h. company of 12 men were the member of the "nd divitdon. These -ar torn heroes were in active serv ice for IS months. They went over the top. were gas-ed. spent tluir time in the hospitals and are now hack home The-e nvn were in act ive service with the marines in de tached service from their regular artillery units. Nearly a'l of the nun who feft the fifth congressional district, died at 2:45 o'clock this afternoon at were divided ' UawIp hospital of injuries received companies and -'boat noon Thursday when attacked r.y an enraged nan on nis :arm at Ashboro. Ind. He rallied yesterday evening and seemed to be improv ing, hut suffered a relapse about 3 o'clock this morning. He was born on a farm near Ashboro. April 21. 1 . 2. He is survived by t he widow und a stepson. Harry a Moss. Fu neral services will he held at tho residence at 2 o'clock Tuesday aft- moon, the Center Point lode in South Fend in the draft quotas after ' charge. Rurial will be in Mos .lune- were assigned to artillery ' cemetery. Mr. Moss was elected to regiments, and this acounts for the 1 ontrrcss in F.'O and served for three ;;rge number of artillerymen in the i succeeding terms. parade tee all Ferkhi-er Of th Were o: Julv quota of draf- p resent except St. Mishawaka. wlio it The Travelers' Protective associa tion held a business meeting and smoker at the Oilver hotel Saturday night at which delegates were elect ed to attend the state convetion at Indianapolis on May 2 and ?,. After the routine business had been transacted, linal arrangements were made for the delegates to leave in a body. It was decided that the members would leave Friday morn ing at r o'clock oer the Vandalia road, which will get the men in the capital at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at which time the convention will open at the Claypool hotel. Serve Elatxtruto Haiiquct. At C:?0 i m. an elaborate ban- quet will be given at the hotel to all j the delegates. The convention will j Df james Gardiner Ad ena on Saturday, .uay ... at il o'clock after which the South Hend delegates will return. State President John il. Klink was j unable to attend last night's meeting; as he was busy with the Victory loan committee. He is not a candidate j lor re-election. O. I . Stevens, state d-iv. in. been business "I have never doubted it." con tinned the nremler "for 1 Vnnu- the as well as lactones ana ine o,mv I soul of my people, but confirmation : reported unprecedented 'was required. The hrst question is ; for Volunteer 'answered; Rome is consecrating our i business cam work." ' , lieved has not "The second question is to estimate lated as et. the gravity of the situation. Rut Ij Hanks lake Rcort. do not ask you for an immediate reply. Let us not now con-sider what best or most desirable enn happen to our Italy, whose Just and praise worthy attitude has provoked the admiration of two worlds. (Cheers and cries 'Long Live America! Down; with Wilson!') "We must show that we have tak- ; j en the xvorst Into consideration. Aft- j or four years of unspeakable priva tions and sacrifices, we lind our selves faced with fresh sacrifices and privations. At this moment Italy is! ready and preater than e-er preat- j er than In May 1 f 1 5. Must Consider Well. official totals at 10 o'clock Satur day morning were f 1.0 The banks of South Hend and Mlshawak.i 'from 1 !4 o'clock Saturday looiniiiL until bank- cloing tune repot tec . 1 " 1, ."!'. .Vorth Iabtttx lejioilid ' ?t.eo1, and tlie I'b teh r Ameri'af National 'a ilk'. i T 1 1 lb-t:d lt.ieili. I rep'uted a pu i t b.i of fl0. which : .i :!i( :.i 1 tota 1 urda rii'-.ic total of r i ; i to ! ' i n'( i c i; S. i ' c ' i 1 .'"".. 0 .'. " xx-hi' h '. r.s ra: -e.i , . i .. da a f I e rt; ! i -. ; i - -ed at head';;:.i i t i . I IJi'pol t I' m r P., r. 1 1. VIEW OF THF. PARADE ROUXDINO A CORNER AT COLFAX AND MICHIGAN STREI7TS. BEGINS Y. M. C. A. INCLUDE ITALY OBSERVE LODGE WORK IN FRANCE: IN PEACE PACT; CENTENNIAL HERE i dresses American Soldiers Located About Paris. - j Treaty to Be Handed to Ger- man Delegation Next Wednesday. partially paralyzed as the result of n accident to a flying plane in land. Si;', i'erkm.-er was ..4"1 fe in the at: v hen lh- aecUb-F.t hap pened and wa- serio.:.-I injured when the machine lamb',; He is receiving tratm.-i.t .it th- t'amp Taylor reconstruction hospital. He xx as in South Fend Saturday to re view the parade. Make ;hI Shovting. Following the artillerjmen m n ambers in the line of match wore :C'K infantrymen. Commanding each platoon was a lieutenant. The com mand of the I. I. R. march were iecuted best by those men. Fnattached tücers-. inc!u"'ing sev eral from the Canadian army, marene-i as a separate unit. Lleuts. Donah? Fhlredge. and Guy R. Wiser, 'etil of whom have soon exciting sorvh e ove rseas, were roundly ap- plauiied as they moved through the; :re t-. Air Men ChttYnl. Con.i'irat iv iy, the air service .-jiea made th- best showing of all. For the number of men who enlisted ,n this branch of the service, there xv-ro liier- parading than any other. Thi.-. of oarse, i:a hides the signal LONDON. March 2. (Ry Mail) ! railroad commissioner, is In three years the Rritish public I candidate for that office. i;a5 bought ;0t. nC'0.000 war savinrs The ftdlowing delegates a gain will at- crrtif.cates at $.".1.". each. .-o sue- tend the convention: O. F. Stevens, .-tui has r.eni the work of the j J. A. Kaufer, II. G. Fage. A. F. national war sair.t;s committee that : Peltz. Thad Keller, M. I). Puter :t is planned to continue its -0,M)0 j baugh. H. M. Kauffman. I. J. Kelly. .-ajri' associations on a permanent C J. Spohnholz, A. Frank IZby. F. F. basis. I Collmer and J. J. Marcus. peace Niles Road Improvement To Be Begun At Once (CONTI NUF.D ON PAGE FOUR.) Sj !a! to Tb NVvx -T;-nx : INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. April TG. Int'.uence brought to bear on member.- of the state highway co.nmls-.-ion is bearing fruit and the com mission has stated that immediate action to repair certain roads in St. Joseph county will be begun at once. Among the roads to receive attention i the three mile strip on the Lincoln highway between F.lk hart and South Herd, from South uena to me .Mienman state line on i the Niles road and the road seven miles nor'h f I i -month. In an interview with Mihen Fl rod. tield secretary of the Uocsicr Automobile association, today. L. II. Wright, director of the state high way commission, said that the work of improxang the above named roads would be started within the next three weeks. In speaking of the announcement of the commissioners Mr. FIrod who is interested in mer.t of the roads in part of the state, said: Fan Imprmc Higlmay. Ti . 1 - .. ...1 At- t 1 x.'4i i4x vxa-'is -. vvj vex. 4 It will rot be, f s?r tho improve- j t... the r.erthern J j , this ear. however. nv dr. james ij. (;ai;dixer. Special to Th.e Ncw-i-TltiK .: PARIS, April 11, 1? 13. -For V. M. C. A. purposes, France is divided into eicht regions. The fifth j region is known as the Pans iivi , sion. Thh' region, which extends as fir as Chateau-Thierry, includes all i V. M. C. A. huts, hotels and U. S. army camps in I'aris and within a i radim of 20 or .'.o miles of the citi i where American soldiers are quar i tered. There are ;n this section 33 i places where the "Y" holds religious j services' or uivcs entertainments. j Kev. J. A. .Mcuauf,ney. v. U-. oi j Duluth. Is the eiricient head of the j religious work department, and Re. j Far!e Naftzger. member of tho North Indiana conference, is musi cal director of the Paris division. ; Mr. Xaitzer is xvell known in South Tlcnd. where he has many relatives , and friends and where it will K re membered that his wife and son conducted revival tervices last win- . tcr. We had a fire visit with Mr. Naft?ger a few days ego. and foun 1 ; him happy in his work. From oth ers we have learned of the splendid i s?rxice he is rendering in the capac- j cf musical director. During the ! day? we hae made Paris out ! headquarters we have endeavored to reach as many places as ossible In the pans division. VNU Town of I'antin. Last Frida v evening ix e Elaborate Program Arranged for Celebration of This Event Today. PARIS, April 26. This has been one of the most anxious days of the peace conference, with ab turned toward Rome While work proceeded on the fin al eletails of the treaty before the meeting with the German delegates at Versailles, the al sorbing topic I everywhere was the Italian issue and the effect it had in store for the conference. Brief information reaching oflicial ejuarters showed the Plans have been eompleten for the celebration of the 100th anni- -yes j versa ry of Odd Fellowship in Am j erica by the South Fend and Misha- i waka lodges, Sunday afternoon, in the temple of South Fend lodge. No. 29, Washington av. and Main st. The program has been arranged by a joint committee ef all the vari ous loel;?s ef the twin cities as fol lows: South Hend lodge. No. 2?. (CONTINFED ON PAGF FOUR.) "The decision must be a well ctn- sidered one. Food supplies are fail ing us. but Italy, xxhieh has known hunger, has never known dishonor. I do not conceal from yem the dan ger of this very critical hour." (Cries of 'We will face anything') "I am with you." continued the premier, " a brother among brothers, and also a chief, xx-ho nsk to ob. y and follow the will of the people, p may be that we shall !ind ourselves a'one. but Italy must be- united .nd have a single will. Italy will u perish." At the close of his addr.-s the premier was given an ovation. Gen-t , eral Diaz and Signor Hat siiai. of the peace delegates, then spoke and were cheered by th" soldier.- and sailors'. Mayor De'laros support. Prince Coionna, mayor rf Rome, asserted that there was complete solidarity of the people of Rome and of Italy with the government. Frcmier Orlando, General Diaz. Prince Coionna and Sinor Parsil ii entered motor cars and. a procession was formed which proceeded to the royal palace in Quirinal square. The passage through the streets xx-a.s extremely sloxx- oxvinff to the density of the crowds, which ins:.t ed on drawing the car occupied by Signor Orlando. Some idea of th" numbers gath ered can be gleaned by the fac that it took the premier's car two hours to cover the short distance between tl- stAtion and Quirinal square. At the palace the party joined the king, queen and crown prince on the balcony and the entire group was acclaimed with enthusiasm by the assemblage below. f A. How. f rp'.ialioi:v in Noon. i; i . r : : -i Ti f for . ! s ! i r V ; i n! e .1 . i ; u t d. '. . : j . . r-1 i . i . !, . : nc. -!..! t :: :ir:; f.c ' : Ti "tii'- fin 'i.i - - " n fflao 11 I. . : . i e r C 1 1 " . t c :. t ' . Natl ' be r ' ..i i.i. - e Fir.-t N..tjMi:t h irit' Naior..-Je--eph Sa vi:t'J ion Trust P.a it!. l.ad-. V . 1 1 : ri 1 i.i;.'. Tot.,J f.. i Tii - 1 pi ! - . I - f Ol ! i -A - . 1 t n k . J ",:.". i ; b.,nk. M.""" bank. K'.'. IT.: . i;.'can; .!l. 1 i( 11! ' "h i . il St 1 e I .a 'tis . t - I- ir! ? F . : wait S.ivi larnier" Ti m -Natiovn! batik i": Notts Si'ie I : Mi- !:' M i-h.i A a I.!;. :.: , (CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR.) (CONTINFFD ON PAGF FOUR.) lsitel (CONTINUED OV PAGE FOUR.) Read These Features in This Issue Section two compri a review of or athitiri in t. Joeph eountj, Ith a roll of honor und photo craph of many of the men xxho iel for t!iIr niuiitry, or wrr x undnl. TIIK AWAKENING IJrLR." an intrrrtinic artil on ICunoi., in tlx- trenchant tle of AVIlIlani Allen 4h1te. lauxiui author and editor. I'agp one. Miction three. Trap, Ciun A IU1. by Tom Mar shall, and Oolf, by Chirk Kxans, on the port parr, Krtlon one. I'OT.tVH A rK.IH.MVTTKR, hy lonU(u Gliv.. Tage three, mo tion three. Till: AltVMKIXi:!) liOOM mjik tery Mnry, te atlsw orth t amp. s-tion one. Officer Nick Laskowski Has Race of His Life Tb-- D-. M :f. ('.: .-.a. the t.rst ! iru- f.i' tor- Jn !; i to re;,.;r 1'a pM'ce;i of it- et. 1 The 1o!:;l l':.-r-j:t for t1(. J, plan e- j t ! ! r. i - ht ' i ' i n " ;.' ! i a 1 ; - - i T ' 1 It' .-., u- s.:.-,.otxi M.u k. Th- Sir.g - ;,' ! T . - ' hid re.a-'h'd -i ;.pro it.. , ! at e1osj:iL' :." S i :) . ' ;, biker ce,rpor'i ticri'- !'! i' teer s-;.--cript ion amot;--' ' i -VS e ;t . );;te J -i' s "(. .a T!" ' t Chilled Plow xxorks tru' -' t-i'lKT'ttir;.- 'o. ii., d r.. !.-' l,e;i . , i ( -v i , , .1 . , Saturd-ix tiiiiht. The Mi,h , . a ' a W',,.,1. . :. turing Ce. ri'iiitc' i ;': $?.) .(Oft n the -r.pi :.t r tier. amonc i f-ru,'''.- - CIVIL WAR VETERAN DIES AT AGE OF SO OmVet Nick admits t-hat he L;iskow.-ki frankly had the race of his Ivovgren hur- j.i il wax s irfec. d: d ; 1.:- ! T" They arrived I here odax-. fr. ...;ri- -.fair. ' dash around j rank cf rn.-Mor as . -.re or; : th- T me av. and on ; Illinois T-ira v.r.. H x.i- owski and driver Art ried out in the patrol. Just in time to Fee her i the corner of Notre Dame- Sheriff Lewis Duck had the same j to gunnyside. life -Saturday night. pr.o tic h: kind of a race a short time befor?. but h was not ejtiite so successful as was Ot!icer Laskowski.' Iwiura Patchet, 12 s N. Notre Dame ave., is demented. Complaint! reached, city and county otficials of Miss I'atchett's condition. and a search was instituted for her. Saturday nUht. a boy called police headquarters, saying that the woman pro Ot Laskowski Jumped out of the rear I than 7c ye of the patrol and started after her. j ye ars had be. a ;.Ycm. The woman started out on a rapid Terre Haute savh. bar run. After the omcer and woman learlv life he w,is . tpe had traversed two blocks, the off.cer caught up with her, and the race was off. Driver Lovgrtn, with a broad grin, drove up to the perspir ing pair. She was taken to the county jail had returned home. Nick Lask-Jfor medical attention. developed S.-A'aU'- i - moval sj sterns f..r Terre H was one of thf f'i;ndr.- hospital. His r.p.Iy c;ra no.- V. Hord. left Vale to ;.::, rin s hn-1 xx as wounded at Thb rrv. Ch i