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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES DjE ras CHAMBER ACTS Oil HOUSE SITUATION AT SPECIAL MEET i': misv . i. gri:i:m:. 1.. . - I ' : T'-i i d V .Mi Manr.K Porta bath 'i.' s --' r. Mj-. N. N". I .. v. hi. h Mr-. .1 v.. EXPECT BIG VOTE AT FALL ELECTION Expect Heavy Vote hi Fall i Merl Will, R,al K-taW- Hnanl nnd I)ivi-f Mean- of Merl in;: Shortage. FUNERALS T.'U r4 to ! !.' J ' dng dt na! n 1 I r of vi' ir.t ho:;. WALT! R MOUIih. Tic- r''.n-i.i' f'V;iiu-r Morri -v i 1 1 ! h'M ;i r lab; o'r dork from t h -r -;' 1 ( W 'In'-f'l.iv a f ternoon ami ' 'I'M-k from lh- I "nil in To1 ml.iri , , f ' h Lev. Higgim.m offp datir. g. i i.nn.ii in it- l.'i i.nion i iiv. usiuji ! ; ' i ' ! '. f .- ? t.'e to re n t I h-m. r.d ?o fur tlu r to i-r;: a;ao -u- v. .-. ; Jn whnh t.. n..r many m t cor-.; MFPHIhN IIA ll-s.W VI. I t . . .. . . ... i, .1 i l, . , . . ; -r- i . . -....... i . - . . . e M .. i..u"i v. i I , a . . i i i . i . i i - i j , " i . 1 i. ; . i i 1 1 1 . I m i i i iiai.viin i i ' .i m ?::..' of ' w ill he held Wednesday morning at : ".H-.i:. :. : r .i ! --!; I."- lor), fi i-iii S'. Stephen's church t ir!.e:, Kit- Tu -- ; : r. IV. Iforwath officiating. Burial . will " '' !ar Grove emetery. .r.r ,,f C.,r,ri, in'" i r ; I' ll iii i b r-i a nl 1 It was m intf -d j..? mat. li" r- a: l tyzK GOVERNMENT FILES J " ! f ; t f -! east ir,'..;-.r. u pi.it J CHARGES AGAINST FLORIAN ZELENKO li ;'i!:tv ;f Ii-V ! M ! I i t flp.'l il'.li'. ' IIiniM S lliti aiiH-. I l'.t i ,:it' i! r-. p; ri at tla- J li . tir.i, frankly aiin.''i that ll.-v t i in t!i h'l.i-i' si-lip" ar.'I i"t I J,.,ihi- ri-nrinu' ::-:: - Tiir-y .!-' . r 1 tli.it uri.li r T i i j.i.- in !in.i-j :'i ar.l t i a Tit '.aw it f ; 'n 1 ! on .f s tri ; ! 'a.; i . I t h.. ' t h i (litL'-i;lt. 1 1 pr nt .i t i W omrn Shou Keen Interet in Comiüi: Cuinjiain Big Registration. rr,."TiNTM;i n:jM P.c.K Onk 'atl the womin nain held n. liht I nl ri v,( !l as in xh thinl prt-cinct "f th- firt -.vard. The women rtj?-'-t'TiiiK M i..la- in the third rv- inci of fh- si'Vnth ward out nnni h i th- in n l.y ( whilf in Liberty iovrii.ip the wnmcn out numbtr th no-Ti hv a Milcht majority in three pr.cir.rts out of th four. In the i ' -i.-t rations from Mish iwaka ii led uitii the auditor ihf rcords show tliat tl.o wtjincn voters proved more than the i-x n ct-i tions of the party work' rs. Howa-vfr, viwn th totals of botil t ti ;..- v ti fia 111 a:-.- w.'.d. Th-y n i i t ; i : : ri.akt M i:idii:r;.tl S. Official Continue to Question Supeet in Roinl) Plot. IMTT.-IU'IU;, Or-i. .".. An ii.forn: uiM of t'r. : w.i" prtst-nt tOj;l,iM" oliarpinir violation of tin. fd-j M.n.-- th- h..!j-- -.. u-situation, i t-r.tl rriininal cod- lv unlawfully; i i in-.; an j 1 -- vt in int istat" travel i.:e 1 1 ' i . 1 1 1 1 i n ii.. inii,r,iMi, t,-.ins,,ortin- carr.Miar and convey-I fi..n;.-. of is to o.r.ur , j id-ire hiiin' j f' ! v. Mi kriivn relist : 11 OVid .1. It w a .1. .1 1 .- etlnt,' that .. lo-.in.itte r..nijo-i -1 ai;;i d i ! ii- 'hämo r o, j tiled h r- lat" Tuc.-day by an he J nt. of the departnu nl of justice in-t l'loiiaii Zei.nko, of .New Voik, who was arrested h te Sunday incht with a quantity of dynamite '... rd be aiM'oh.t'd th-.rouhly"'1 vin a cim,t?s the yituatlon. There will ou hi-- .uitra- another rneetinc at the chamber ml Jo er n; ncn t officers continued to " 1 . . . . : i . . . i . . 1n (,'(;.!; thH jnerr.iri- to name ih"' iiioner i'icmkiv, in , I'H'iinlttee men:'. fh'd' which Wlo "b- (Jllis, !', ,y I'r.'.-t'!. b o! t;e hce- 1 i k of the chamber .,r d Wi'.liarn jlann of th lie'-I i:Maf barI. an eji'ost to ascertain if he knew anything alejut the recent plosioii in Wall stieet Xe-.v Vork. Iniorma lion obtaiiud from Zelenko was not ViiU committee, it wa d.clared last , -'ie j.nbhc ?;;ht will Into the mattf- of a ant houses beir.c lo id for ya'e. &7X MOMTIIS VOH MAX U 110 SOLI) "DIAMOX I)" MSGS VOR A SOXG Fl-eclal to T'nc Xt ws-Timo!: LA I'd UTK. Ind., Oct. f. Salvian jMwards. tho swindler. crcditc 1 ith ?II'n fake Jewelry between Jure and New Carlisle for the last Jew month, was caught Tuesday riftM-noon after a Inp.K rhasn. and lirnvl over to I'o'.h Thh't" XotrK Wluti brought to the station tli" V'lice found that IMwards had iM diamond" rinK. l'-''.cl: 1 in tissue Jir-r. 1- in a jum kac- The harKe of sw ii. Ihne w.i ruade by Clnstav Kn.oo k, of Rich mond, Mich, who j.aid Mdwards ?10 Tor one of the rlnc.s when IMwards .proached him near New Carlisle. AVhen Mr. Knaak. whj i on hi way with his wife to Chicago, ar rived here he Inquired of Steinber1:. J. weh r. concornlnjc the ar:e of th rin.C- Stir,bere; told him that it was worthless, and that he wa oniy orif of many others who had In en defrauded. Itto Ttir.xlay nftenvon lMwar! was fined. $2 and tiveti a term f HiX month' on the ie;;a! firm. Kd vanis is .said to hae been operaf ir.p in tlie locality of N.v i;.iriisle for the last three months. Agents of (ho dep.it tmcnt of j'lS- U( o her- said Tio sday nicht that they li.nl eonrirnn-d that part of Z 1-enko'.- story iclatie to the maiuur in w hb h he sn ured the dynamite. Tiny said that they had been in formed by the l.-land Creek Coal company, Whitman, W. Va., . that Z ! nko li.ol been employed there as a miner and that he had been furn ished with dynamite tor use in his work. When arrested Zelenko tolu authouties that he purchased the ex plosives from the coal company, and that when he lett the job he could not sell the dynamite so brought it witli him. COMPLETE SCHEDULE VOR SIGHT CLASSES 11 ISCOXSIX VOREST VIRVS UXCHECKVD: TOW XS THREATEXED A ri a nut ments are hein complet ed by Arthur Hunter educational dire, tor of the V. M. C. A. for the openinc night school classes on Monday evening, Oct. IS. The classes included in the curriculum which will !) taught on Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week are; salesmanship, advertis ing, foreicn trade, production meth ods, business law, accountancy, .and public speaking;. This year. scholarship will be awarded to ex-service men. After the war a large sum of money was left in the treasury of the National V. M . C. A. South Hend's portion was 5i:,l"0. This sum will be used in educating returned service men who are desirous of takinc advantage of the opportunity. The instructors selected to conduct the night school clasps are composed of business and professional men. i:ie epieinoer and October regis tration wr re ( nmpil. 'l it w as, found th:u the number of men registering ec edod the women, but in the ma jority of precincts it is about even. Figures based on belli registration records tiled with the auditor show -.nat there are about IS, 83 men and wonMi voters in South Bend that have registered. Hk'tcii Mi-sin. There - remains 11 precincts in Eolith Uend to be placed on tile, which will greatly increase the to tal. I 'our precincts from the first ward ahme are missing while there one from the second ward to be counted in. Two precincts from the fourth ward are still in the handJ of the registration board as w..ll as one precincts from the fifth ward and two precincts from the reventh ward. The first precinct of the third waid has not yet bet-n received by tin- c:unty .auditor. Workers of both th democratic and republican parties were busy from early .Monday morning until ! o'clock .Monday night In register in? voters by aflidavit blank. In some of the precincts as high ac one-half toe women voters register ed by affidavit while a large num ber of the men took advantage of registering at home. Iloth the dtmocratic and re-publican organizations in St. Joseph county have, been putting forth strenuous efforts since Sept. 4 to in crease the October registration by the use of the affidavit blank. HÄrry (Jrube, democratic chairman, stated Tuesday night that about 20 per cent of the democrats who regis tered Monday did so by aJtidavii. Register by Allidarit. TVed Kline, republican chairman, placed the number of republicans registering by allidavit at between :;."" and 40 per cent. It is believed that about 65 per cent of the voters registered, did so by aflidavit. The number of voters in St. Joseph county was estimated at between :;5,00U and 40,000 and from all Indi cations the increases in Monday's registration will bring the number up to that estimated. Both demo cratic and republican leaders feel assured that the unregistered vote will not exceed 10 per cent and probably only eight per cent. The riling of the re-glstration rec ords with the county auditor details considerable work but it Is believed that all registration returns will have re-ached the auditor'- office by today noon. Following is a table of the men and women registered dur ing the .September and October reg istrations. The first numeral is that of the September registration an the latter of Monday's registration showing; tho number of precincts tiled at thf county auditor's office up to closing time Tuesday eening. Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Pretmct Precinct Men KS IG I ITS OV PYTHIAS SELECT OVVICERS AT FORT WAYNE MEETISG SOVIET AUTHORITIES TO MAKE COSCESSIOSS i:.r ci.Air:, wu, oct. r. For- t-t in " cast and northeast of Mai r;!!an were i-t i 1 1 raging Tuesday and the flunks were within half a mil ' the tow n with uu-t of the popula- PATHS. o.-t. .'.. In ommcrt of tow n with most of the popula- 1 nesilay upon me siitct's.-i oi me tio't out fighting the f ums. Help t.f wind Usctd son.ewhi'.t the seri Tho tiie was racim: thrrugh sec ond growth titulier but the absent Ci f wind b send .imewb.ut the ri-ousm-ss (,f the situation !t was - timitcd th.at an ,iim .f mole tb.au ii.iiiMi a -1 t liad In en .ept by the lia.nies in thi Villmt. That two farms had ben r.red by forest iires mar Ana.Ma las; ni-ht 1 . -; t that tho fanta rs ami th- if fam ilies bid c-.-.ipel WM- the lot :ms-ag-e that -.kiio ocr tin loi.-T dis-t-.iict' wires today from A'igu.-'a be-Jor- tl.e lines went down. SILKS CHIEF IS VOR Fl RE VREVA REDS ESS Me ial t" Th- Nf ws-Tint - s. '.NILKS. Mich.. (KM. ."..The far ibtedes of l"ir' (hb f Hurt prob ;.b!y -;iv.-l the Peter Pann hoiv f.otn utter ruin , eter'.ay. I'pon re c divine an nrgen' tall from Jmwa ciic t- ;is;:.-t in o.icomir.g th 1 !.e that wa- "w,pi':g th.. 1'im- po'.es and Co n. Wrangle against the Itu-sian soviet troops the opinion was expressed by the l'rench forei-.ll -:hce th.et the situation of the soviet r o-rniiii nt had never been so pic earious as it was at present. Tho sovi.-t authorities, it was declared. hae m ver b. n as ready as now to make concession, as was shown by their present eagerness to lulfill the ii-n eni.'iit i-iittroi Into at the Co penhagen between the French gov ernment and the Moscow govern ment for the repart riatioti of French citizens from Kassi.n Priously great reluctance hat! been displayed bv the Moscow- of'.'.ci.ls to carry out the undcrtHkit!. SUSDAY SCHOOL HALL DESTROYED IS TOKIO P.y sociated Press. To!;io, Oet. Fire Tuesday afternoon completely destroyed the bic hall m whi.-h the world's Sun i! i .-cltool convention was tu have h' !d it-- t.rst sa sion tonight. It is sa. l th.it there wa te no casualtif INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. Z. Fmnk J. Ianc, of Connersville, was chos en (Jrand Outer Guard, and William S. Flynn. Indiana Harbor chosen trustee of the grond lodge of the Knight-s of Pythias of the- domain of Indiana at the second session held here late Tuesday. Other of ficers were advanced by acclama tion. The Bisons of the (Jrand lodge will cemtinue through Wednes elay. The grand lodgo at Tuesday's ses sion appointed a committee of three to handle and distribute a fund of $:'7.u0ft for the benefit of disabled war veterans who are members of the order. This fund was returned to the state grand lodge by the na tional organization as its quota of the $300.000 national fund raised by the order for the relief of veterans. A statute was introduced at Tues day's meeting providing for a refer endum vote- by past chancellors of local lodges for the grand officers. This would do away with the nece sity ef taking up much time at the grand lodge sessions with the election of lURcers. The statute would voted em at Wednesday's session. e THREE MES WOUSDED IS RACE RIOT AT FORT LEAVESWORTH PV-S district, Mr. Can proeuttd ,-t sa.d th.tt there were no casualties, truck from the N.b - steel Tara; j The tire which resulted from il eomranv. quip 1 it with h.e' .n,; j fective wirlnS. started at a:.a) o'clock ehe mica's r.nd made it la adv m s the S-J !l CS Of tlie Tie d L I' t T i i tit. vv s needed af liome. w h. n tlie lights on tlv- doir.e b.-aring the inscription, "I Am the Light of t'nc World." were turned on. Th'- Scare lv had the t hif b ft .Nib-- : b-iilding whicn nai n. e-n constructed Pi f r of light material covered with stuc- wa s el. troyod within a few n;?:i- v heti a call ame from tli J'ann hon.c. where i i onsidc rabh i tu i 4e t-idirg ef th- ho-.;s- I reached ! '-v.; . rr. al of :!.. ; : n te-en eh- k d ! ! to t li eft r rpo: th. f an.l i n. te t'.a ' ru.-k ; --. ;i lb- .1 - i b'.a; w i (.11 N fiFK. , Mr. and M i John "1 et-: and j e.a;:gl;ter. Ollie. wti. w; Flkliail. Ind.. and South "r'...d .Motai tv. Miss Mi I . Sh.affe- w.i- Hish- i ir.vaka atal South Fcv. i Mnula. . Frank Ilmtnirer ata! Dennis '.-er-ly wt re in Stulh B- n I Mom', iv. The K v. Ai-thil iM M.r;a;t j. reached at the i t a :. er Pi i '. - ; terin rh-;r b. and h- pi .ob. -d a fine former, and h.ad ga.id atten.i ancf. Fifty-rive p. ;.. v- ie th- r--toi r. ear him. i Mr. and Mrs Ivine! Fnnk '- a Mr. C.b-n J'mk and iamaly of To- ; clor.. Ind.. sp. r.t Saturday nicht and Sunday with Frank Itmit.gt r an.tl ; fami'y. i Granger rrfs'ytt rivr Sun lay at' 10.00 o'clock, r ö pre-ekir. ' tr-rr... l. o!.. I'l.r'C' I" t 1 1 I 1 1 . i ' 1 " i... ...... aid ich::.,' Chool at 1 : ;u p. fct 2:L'0 . r... The K e . Tit's of M.sh iwaka . Ind ) Misses M i and f a a j r d Perth. ij V ' rt'i r "f-r are ri . iio.!" f on. scar- ' ft fever. -Will Um Thonip-ori . f .Ni.es. Mn h.. in arar.sjer .Monday morning. GIRLS Do yon want a good posi tion ? Do you want to start work in your spare time for that Christmas money, or do you want to make a change from your present position? Whether your line is Stenog raphy. Bookkeeping and Clerical Machine Operating and Factory Work, Sales ladies. t aitresses. Tele phone Operating, Laundry W ork or of the many other, positions open you will surely find a pleasant and profitable opportunitv on THE NEWS - TIMES CLASSIFIED PAGES. READ IT TODAY inrUMA'tVOPTH Oct. ä. Three men were injured severly Tuesday night in a fight between about ;;-a white and negro soldiers ! stationed at Fort Leavenworth, ac- cording to an announcement late i Tuesday. ! The fight is said to have start ed last evening when a negro sold h r pushed a white soldier off the sab-walk of a downdowji street, li ; t r the disturbance bec ame gen r i al and continued until about three j o'clock this morning. The civilian ! police were unable to handle the s-it-! nation and the disturbance' was not I quelled until the provost guard was summoned from Fort Lea en worth. Fear of a repetition of tlie dis turbance tonight was expressed by civilian officials. Military authorities-, however, wild that the provost cuard would be on duty to stop any further disorder.. 9 . 10 1 1 l I'lIlST WAItl) Sept. Oct Men 1"S Men 167 151 Men ir,2 100 Men 115 111 Mn IT'- Men 105 :t Men ?: J4;r. Precinct Preeim t I'ret inct Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Women lOy Total SIXOM) WAR1 Men 143- 4 6 t Men 1429; Precinct L' . I reeinet .1 . Precinct 4 . Men 801; Men IIM- Men 137- Men V2- Men Men Kt- Men 41- YVomen CS0 Total " 1 0 . T1IIKD V.KI Men 12 S- Men 121- Men 117- Women 442 Total 124.T. rol'HTII WAHD Men 135- .Men Men Men Men Men Women 1179 Total 3023. I 'I ITH WARD Men 175- Men 191- Men 123- Precinct 5 Men 100- Men 1337; Women 816 Total 2153. SIXTH WAHD .Men 104- Men Men Men Men - Men Men Men Women 4S5 Total 2216. si:vi:.tii WAHD -1.-: IS; -211: - h0; -ii: -13S: -1 ', ; 114 1 4.T ; 17V Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Wo men Women Won. n Women Wome n Women Women Wome r. Wonon Women :ep'. 7 1-152-ll'b 7.-K.l- r, i)-17- 2 S l'Vh 4.- Precinet Precinct Precinct Pre cinct Precinct Precinct Men Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Pre cinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Men 1 . . 1S44; 1 00- 142-13.".-1 C 6 15 5- -11: - '.o,: -14tC -17 5: -231 ; -17S; 1 3 4 1 .1 213; -2 Of ; -1 i S . 1731 111- S4- fft- i i - ro- GS-104- - S3; -140; -119: 1C5; -112; : 90; - ST.; Pre-cinct 1 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 Precinct 5 Precinct 7 Precinct s Precinct f Precinct 1 1 Precinct 12 Men 287 Precinct 1 Pre-cinet 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 Precinct 5 Men 7S4 Trecinct 1 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Vrrcine t 4 Men 5 (7 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 Precinct 5 Precinct '". Precinct 7 Men 7 4; Pre-cinct 1 Pro-cinet 2 Precinct 4 Precinct ä Men .'0 5 ..Men 140 .Men 22 .Men 95 .Men lti5 ..Men le'.O . Men 15 7 . Men 17 .Men f,4 .Men 59 . .Men 6 1 47 SC. -18; 233; 132; -2C5: -150; -P.'O; -Iff 3; 8; 125; Women 610 Total Women :t01- Precinct Preeinct Precinct Precinct Men Precinct Men Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Men 4 ü . ; n I o '. 1 .01 Precinct Men 104: Precinct 1 Men 11!' l'r.cinct 2 Men 2 "2 Preeinct Men I'ree inct Precinct Men Pre cinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Men Precine t Precinct Men Precinct Precinct Precinct Precine t Men 1 1 4 107 1 Women lt'O'.t Total MIsllAWAKA First Ward Men 7! Men 7 Men ;! Mm 5S 0 3 1394. Secinl Ward Men Men 50 - Men US Men 1 Total 8 0S. Third Waul Men 50 Men 4S Men 4S Men 52 Men 5 3 Men 4 8 Women 424 Total 1170. Fourth Ward Men 104 Men 57 Men SO Men 41 Women 540 Total 1211. nrth Ward Men 0 7 Men 5 4 Men !'2 Men 12 Women 341 Total S99. Portagv Township Men 49 Women 32 Toial it. 7. Oliw Township Men 4 2 Men 115 Men 99 Men 57 Women ::29 Tidal $2.0. Warren Township Men 5 s Women 51 Total 155. (ierinan Township Men 01 WOtuen SI Total 200. Clay Town-hip Men to;. Women 19 9 Total 01. Ce'iite-r Tow nslitp Men 52 Women 113 T.Mai 2 4 5. Madiseiii Township Men 5 3 Men 57 Women S4 Total 2S1. I'nion Township Men 70 Men On Men !Ml Men 24 Women 271 Total 0 4 0. 9S; 7; 115; 04; 3: 4! ; S5 ; SS IS; ;i ; - 0 3 2; -107 - 71 178; - 74 70; 5 5: 00; 74: -12 5: 44; W o i n e n Wome n Women Women Women W cai en Women Women Women Women Women Winnen Women Women Women Women Women Wome n Women Women Women Wome n Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women Women W omen Women Women Women Women Women Women Women 1. 1 13 2- 5 !- 4 ) 1 4- - 1 i-3- 18 a-44-7 1 12 -104-SS-4 a-4-1 - 71- 4S-50-4 0- 4s 4 0- 4 0-2't-20- 1 l-- 1M.1- 4 4-52- 4 2- i 0 1 5- !0; Women 20: 32: 70; Women Women Women Women 4- 9 0-73- 10; Women 5S: Women 4- loi; Women VO; Women 49- 4 ls5: 1 4 : I Women 101- P;-erin, t 1 Pre' inct 2 .Men 207 Precinct Precinct Precinct Precinct Men 1 Lincoln l'ownhip Men 51- Men 7 4- Total :!it. Liberty Township Men 7 7 Men 9 5- Men sl- Men 0S- We.mcn 4T3 Total 1002. iifeui TownliIp Men eil- Men 10- omen 110 Total 323. 1 Vim Town-hip 51; 31 31 51 0 24; 30, 47; 155; - 4": Women 31; HAAG BROTHERS LOSE OUT IS SEW APPEAL INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Oct. 5. Tin- appeal of Louis H. ami Julius K. Haag. Indianapolis druggists from a verdict of the Marion coun ty criminal cu'irt finding them guil tv of selünc liuuor illegally was dis- j riiis.sed in the tate appellate court 'Tuesday. The Haags were sentenc- 1 to s-re four months each en Thev are now st-rv- I I the state far1.. i'lr.i a sentence of 1 .s months in the faletai penitentiary for viola. ion or the Vnh.-d State prohibition laws. -Total . . . Men . .Men . . . Men - . . Men 771. 7 4-i-,4-S4 54: 1: 01 4"; Women Women Women Women Women Weunen Women We'im-n Women Women Women Women Women Worn I n Women Women Women Women 11- 3 0 2 9-42-43- 5t- 40- - i o 1 - 0 0- 4; n (. 20-41-4 9-ir- HARDING STARTS 1 ON STUMP TOUR ELKHART SEWS Oct. j - iNoniiuec Will Make Speeche? 1 4 j i in Des Moines, Omaha and -- - - s j Kansas City. U .1 IMOV ,. ' o IT . 4 4 ....... , ii. a.- .eii. l u- 04 ting put in a strenuous 12 hours j Tuesday conferring with his party .eadeis preparir.e,' addresses to be de livered later iti the week and clear ing away detciis of headquarters bu Mhcss preparitory to his depar ture Wednesday on his western cam paign swing. The t ri p. which will take the nom- 110 01 -12 2 3 0 4 Special to The New s-T:m F.hKHAKT. Ind.. ,: hart eOunt's wheat rr. ir.g to local milb-rs. ha hit by winter kill and the l!o;ri fly. re.-.ulting m a production on Siderubly under nornial. T!ie av- i::k- ! p. acci i - ! been ii ir.i ; WIRE SCHOOL TO OPEN AT NILES t-ush wh a : 110 4 7 114 S i inee to De Moines. la., Omaha, Neb.. Kansas City, Mo., and Oklahoma City, will be followed by two others into the t astern and political bor der states, so that the nominee will be kept away from Marion almost continuously until the lat week in October. Ilolel! Conference. In long tal.vs during the day with Will H. Hay.4, republican national chairman and Harry M. Daughterty, a member of the executive campaign cernmittee th? nominee revieweei the general political outlook ami sonsi dered many details of campaign management. One of the subjects eliscussed was the eastern trip to be undertaken about Oct. 20. and it was said some announcement on the sub ject might be made shortly. The only eastern date so far defi nitely announced is Oct. 21. when tlie senator will speak at Buffalo. N". V. The question of bow many engagements are to be included in the trip remained in elebate Tues day night and it was indicated there wa a possibility that the candidate will not visit New York. 127 -103 100 -149 - SI -20.-, - 95 - S2 - 4 .1 "f 5S 50 01 4M IS 157 -213 SI 154 161 -159 -104 - 5 8 . i I S4 7 5 89 05 50 4 It 01 3 4 0 2 51 170 - ."fi 07 2 0 30 03 71 o 10 50 30 41 10 4 0 4 2 0 24 4 2 SS OS 50 3 0 13 SOTRE DAME SEW S At a lively meeting of the students of journalism Friday night, the No tre Dame Pr?ss Club organized for the year by electing Andrew Wal lace, of Stuart, Iowa, president; Harold McKee, of Oak Park, 111., vice president; J. Murray Powers, of Frbana. uhio, see-treas.; K. i:. Lightfeet, of Chicago, 111., guest master; Darnel Ccughlin, Wasec;i. 111., head of the round table, th?. forum of the organization. Or. John M. Cooney, dean of th? school of journalism, was elected honorary president, and Hev. Thomas La hey. C. C, and Rev. Paul Koik, C. S. C, honorary mem ber?. Oeorge A. Dever, of Chicago. 111., business manager of the Jug gler, was elected to membership to the club and honorary memberships were voted for the follow South Bend journalists, all former students of .Notre Dame: Robert H. McAulifte, Ieo s. Berner, Stuart H. Carroll. Walter Clements. Dilleui J. Patterson Cm. Louis Wolf anil Frank Fairing ton. A smoker for all member.5 of the lub w ill be held in two weeks at which time the freshmen ol the school will be formally admitted. Plans were outlined for a successful season which inclueled invitations for prominent out ef town journal ises te address? the club. The Notrej Dame Glee club, which has been conducting tryouts under the direction of Professor George O'Connell. will hold its tlrst rehears al Wednesday at 12:20 p. m. The membership will be confined to :;o men and it is expected that a better organi.iition will result. Musical material has been unusually plenti ful In all departments at the schotd this year and Washington hall is looking forward to its greatest sea son. The Indianapolis club will meet in the library Wednesday e-vening at G;."-0 p. m. for election of officer? and a discussion of the season's ac tivities. Tho Kentucky club will age crop is eight .ore, and .- little brought m to the mills h the millers are uslr.g wh.;: in Irom distant points. Mere than $0.0o r- pr. im: back pay from May 1st. latently awarded by tlie ft-drl.il wase board. to 're i- in :n, re t h i ' hippe -- Western Tnion Plan- ?Nr Method of Iii!-trm tint: Telegrapher?-. ILLS. the M: h.as iust been distributed to 50 1 e o-1 1 open. t h e A ir.or ica n i i r- 1 1 i- r o .. . , i " ' i " omployes of Lxpress cm. Ah the be ks war-- over JK'O, .onie ninninn .t high u $19s. Th.e Huffman Pros Meter com pany has shut down its plan? for one week, th.e t - na any manage ment announcing that the action was- taken in cid r b complete pr-v arrangements and take an in ventor:.. Shipni nt of cars contin ues through tlie wr. k. and opt ra tions will be resunod it full next Monday, it was saitl. Ftdlowing a protest by a number of citizens at protracted blocking -f T.-lt d by c o : . N-w . h.. i "i " r u i t j grapil v. T.: a - : f W. : a i-1 r i oHrn t . r i i , , s V .t c in t ei r. K r, i a I . 1 .ii i i U : c ; til. til": 1. e - I. TIP e ver -tahlish H. H. l":i ! rw o- t. -t if Wtsi.rn I" wb.o'.;;. rp. rin.t n'.a! sit oi results ar : or C.Ci o -1 .t ; ioU ;g -.ml if ob tain, d : abl:--m- 1 ia i-.o- in th. . ov the railroad Nca Otti- I the Main st. crosiiic; York Central tracks. eials have promisetl to use snrciai i engines and switching tracks to j keep the crossing fk.tr of passenger i'( trams at congested periods m tue future. The j.roximity of the- .sta tion to the crossing dt n n- ults in passenger trains extending over the crossing when stopping at the sta tion. It is largely to eliminate this condition, which often taust s Mam st. traffic to "pile up" for a tdook or two on each side of th.- t ro.-sinc it the busiest hours of the day. th.at the plan for a subway at this point is being pu-hed. Richard Turnoek. jr.. was the winner ef tht President's aj in the Christiana Country c-lub's golf tour nament, just ended after hard playing- by two score contestants. The cup was presented at a dinner dance, at which atfo the club's ne t officers, headed by Bert D. House- 1 worth as president, wer,, unani- IlloUSlv eb-cted. i s, h" w 1 11 be W. 't- . -n l"id..n t ! . 1.1 SI iP'.-.S r I ii, i r i . ' h IC. Ii '. .fi a s I ur.b r ti.. e..., j Mi . Fn.b : u et..!. j In-true i T Icgraplie-l s. j It- i'jrp i- : instruct iFni.n n i.-i n.t iz t 1- m n.orr I e ! of M-.t a n a , . is-.o-.. v. -an. W i- c;l Ind. ana. all supe: i- .on lr- ? . o ' te-l loi TUl t i. ii g ' o e ;u;.-,ic a ii: f r ; t s;an ! 1 v Hp a . t leth. :al to j n 1 1 ra ' e t t l leg i a I artiizmg the.-e methods of :!icb: The tle!egats i,. tht Miiouls arc pe.nd'd t" llle : I'M l I'.iO! will be .-!ii lo Nib in moup- ;or,th. B- virttie of ; a 11' lhe- V ill )'e N - .1 to till more impoitant po-i- i..ns in ib.. srvi..e of the :ra I'nion.. It i ;hc optimi.- !tt hil t h 1 1 ; he iior,- i-t -ui - heol ; ha u month; with the "d nn ' h. each month S of o tain :his 1 1 1 5 i licli he S h O O 1 Will e in one i nt ii wa re at. comp a . i ouvi: en pi.l. The foft -br.: annual i etiff r r.c of th,- North'in Indiana and South. ein. Michigan e'hi is; :a r. t hutch, wiil coue:ie at he e'hHpm u-: Sunday, be-iniiiug Tue-a.i. A ii le gation of about twerity-bve :.iin- WHITE PLEASED WITH OUTLOOK FOR VICTORY a-rs ai COLFMBFS. O.. ()(t. 5. George While, eiemocratic national ehair man stop(-d here Tuesday to con fer with Gov. Cox here and at Day ton, claimeel Indiana. diio. West Virginia, and New Jersey will go democratic. "I confidentially predict that we will carry a great number of west ern states, the border slates with out exception, and Uhie, Indiana. West Virginia ami New Jerse." White said. "Further." he added. "we 1 numbers aia b present. Wa tii Mounts. . .f was a Sunda gu-sl f Smit h. Uol.e: ; . l he four-; Mr. and Mrs. l?,,i Sou' ! di ! I ! ' - o . d lb :. d t'.c: "ha; APPOINT have more than an equal chance INDIANAPOLIS. 1 1 n 1 1 r . tla i Saturday of infantile paralys.s Miss Lena Cob r, of Three Riv. t" Mi. h.. return ti to her hoi,-.e Sa'.tir da after a t u o w.ks" V .hi rclaties. Miss Mayn Wagoi-.er. of Mih.a waka. Ind.. I- a u.-st at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ocui ge .lora. Mr-. .Newton Ro.1l' is v : y i'h in many of the ether states.". There is a "' eritable grotintl swell" in tlie east in favor of the League of Nation. White asserted. Mr. White said he "never was more pleaseel with the outlook in nhio." i CHAIRMAN. Oct. -5. Appoint- each timgres for the work Ri:siii:xTs ;i:t thrill. LONDON. Oct. 5. Residents of i'ork bad another terrifying exper ience early Tuesday morning. The j c ause of the trouble was ;. brush be- i tween the military ami unidentifi- eI jiersons who fired on Curfew pa - ! trols. Th patrols replied with hea-j y machine gun fire, sweeping all suspected areas with searchlights. ment sion.il district to cai of the campaign lo boost Iraliana sdioo's (, a highi r rational rating was announced Tuesday by L. X. Hine. state superinte mb nt of pub- ' iic int ruct i.-n. l lie i-üiii paii-n i" to the , b comiut tt ti l.'ivs iieuveer. No ember i a : ol 7 and 10 inclusive. RCMSIOWN. ei, t. 5. ' m , ! n ei Vi n ..... ... r - ill S". n, , ; io Mr S'v-lll et. Wülia m d hi.:s l.w m tr ;s ( turday vc- the sick ATTACK BARRACKS. SKI HBFRHFX. In land. O.-t. Armed bands attacked the jdice barracks takinp prisoner fifteen po- liceme-n. TlU' barracks was burned. There were no casualties. ' n a t a :i r v i . ea-iiing. Christian ein; r. h s y ie.-.-, s- ho..;. 1 a : a. n. every Sir die F.mleavor, 7:0o; 7:45; Suniä;- Th superior court carne very i:ii to it hi i cm ock ih;rps. 'i'lit Worbi-Herald. Omaha. Ne braska, opened i t t e-olumrs e.n ?don ilav, September l b fur ci n t ribut ion near to having its lirst jury trial of 1 to th.e "ox-Rooe--it Popular Cai the September term Tuesday after noon but after the jury had taken their seats on the Clarence Fiiiot liquor case, the attorneys repre nt- 1-aign fund. em Thursday. ?pptem- organize in the north room of the ing the state and Fiiiot had a dis- library at 7 p. m. Other events of put which ended in the dismissal the elay include a lecture by the noted scientist, Montraville Wood, at Washington hall in the alternoon and movies in the evening. The Carroll hall football squad, which made an excellent impression in its first gnmo of the ycipor. Sun day, will meet South Herd high school at Oliver field. South Rend, in the afternoon. Although light, the preps are real specimens of the. '"fighting1 Irish" and will make mat ters interesting for any team, in their class. The lirst issue of The Juggler, the Notre Dame humorous monthly, will anpear Oct. 20th. the hrst of eight editions for the year. The editors are ambitious to make it otic of the best college papers in America anel Tire soliciting the aid ef all tu eients with literary ability to achieve this end. At six o'clock Wednesdav morn ing in the chapel of the Novitiate it Notre- Dame university. 2 4 young men took the temporary vows e.f Chastity, Obedience and Poverty, in preparation for later ordination to the priesthood hi the Congregation of the Holy Cros-s. The ceremony was in charge of the Rev. William Master of the jury for' th.e day without being taken on the case. l.er iv. Slot; ! SUhr-eri!" ti by i World-Herald I Soil's Sin a t or of j i ock, who '.' i d 1 act ;on n ol In ei; voluntari; v it. !- iders-. Th k own..! by Fr.it"'-i Oilbcit M. Hitoh-la- fight f':- r.,!i;i'M r e.f 'era i" b-s P i I n m P. Lennartz. Novices. Lvery year a clas of young nu. leave the Nc vitiate at Notre Dame for Holy Cros- college at Wafhing ton, D. (. f(.r four years of Theol ogy and specialization; and every year a class returns to Notre Dam to bo orriairerl to the priesthood. The mn who are now heads of de partmcntsveand professors at the uni versity, are to a large extent, snn of th institution, former students of the college ; the novices of todav nre the prie-ts of the futtire. ;i t! the novices of the future are the riudents of fdav. Rixen Tt O I GOV. GOODRICH ORDERS EXTRADITION OF MAS WASTED IS CAPITAL -Gov Try SEU S-TIMES Want Ads INDIANAPOLIS. Oct Goodrich Tuesday issued a requisi tion for the return from Toledo, O., to Huntington. Ind.. of L. J. Wead dock, wvnted there on a charge of obtaining money under false pre tense. Weaddock who is said to be a broker i held in Toledo. The charge under which the extradition is asked i sworn to by Philip Baker. Baker allege that stot-k in th Huntington Chemhal company was sold him on the representation th.at tlu Chemical company was making huge profits when it was not. TRFASCRY F SCRAP TinP.' I refuse to send or to he a prty to sending tie United State: trea sury to tlie scrap heap for the bene fit of evrry little river or inlet in th country. Speech of Senator Thom a Taggert ir U. S. Senate. Mav 23. 1916. deman-ling that S20.000.00O of "pork" be cut from the rivers and naroors oib. ana rerusmg to ud- again.-t Weaddock. Paul A. West and Wm. A. Campbell, charging j ptVliat masur;. inem witn tn mett or 54.0DO in lib-I erty bonds from the Chemical com pany, and a complaint signed by Louis G. Trixler. accom pained the request for the extradition. GAS WIXL AI'LAMi:. CHFVFN.Ni:. Wye!., Oct. ö. One man is dMd, four are dying- and flames unchecked .ir- shooting: two hundred and fifty feet into the air from the Midwest Ohio j.a well near Basin, Wyo.. as the rt?ult of a spark caused by friction of drill ing app aratu al the we ll Sunday. The flames from the well can b? been for a hundred miles across the Copies of crand jury indictment country. TWO HOOSIERS KILLED. SUNMAN. Ind., Oct. 5. Samuri Wilshire, 40 years old, and Edward Clady. 2 3 yesrs old. both of Spades. Ind.. were irstantly killed Tuesday when a smokestack on the Sunman Electric Light and Power company plant on which they were repairing, fell and struck them. GIRL 1 'A TALLY INJURED. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Oct. 5. Ura May Borman. 12 year old girl, was fatally Injured here Tuesday when she was struck by an auto mobile driven by Milche r T. Curry, sixty years o!d. of Thornstown. Ind. Tlu girl was delivering papers when the accident occurred. ff i B -t 1 i i J 3 The Surest Road To Satisfaction is to know what you wanl when you go to "buy. Na matter whether it's a house, a tube of toothpaste, a washing machine or a pedi greed pup you save worry, time and money when you know what you want. How shall you know? By reading rr.ents in newspapers. the advertise your favorite They put you in touch with opportunities and advantages that other, wise you might 'miss. 1 The advertising columns are just as important as the neiiVs. Reading advertise ments helps you lessen waste and increase effi ciency. It may be the means of adding to your comfort and saving you many a dollar. l 1 1