Newspaper Page Text
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
nu:s;jT. ju.nE 26. 1 02 1
vnt' .n wrro Int'rnii''' I 1 y th
f 1 1 t r r r . r. c .
I Vir. I'M J. T.; in rf In Uanapoli:-.
wa T' t 1 t !-! ' i r-r nn.l Crank
Morr r. i f ';:. v.' was re
(.rc.! f"T': try. .1 l'iii Ia"b.rr of
Indian ip IN it .1 Matthew Wrdl of
ChUan". l r r - !' r -wr.th
ftn'l eUb.th. vi, i-rt . U nf, r ;--
V;;:;.im J. H;.enr-r of U'a.lru'
tan. I. C secretary of the Pull 1
ing Trad- drp.irtrm nt. and Jam-
IV rn ctT ' f Washington, were 1 -et
d fraternal I 1 1- th Brituh
trr.,1'' ur.l n (risn-. Pv r J. Brady
of Now V"ri.. v'i v..h r.'j'ii.in itf 'i,
wit h lr '.v l.i-i nrira".
J ,hn O'll ir.i. rf :ar.bury. r"nn..
u , -. :( ,1 as fraternal deb-gato
; , :): Ca:, i b ;:. lr.nl' ? and labr
(;:.. nr.aM. O, wa' f-lcte 5 f r th
city 'if the '.r.v nll ,n ovt Fort
.V.-rth. T xas. ly a vote of
Largely That of
Claim Veteran Labor Loader is
Mo't Active Man in U. S.
ti-:nvi:i:. coio., jur.- 2". Th
history of ?..imul CJompers Is larcf
!y a !.tnry of organized labor.
.Since lsl. with th rxf-;)tIon of
one term, h has b-n president of
th Am riMn Federation of Iabor,
which h" was largely instrumental
Fri n Is "f til" veteran Ivhor lead
er say h U the most active man In
the l"r.it 1 Stat s despite his 71
years. Hardly a nu-al i eaten with
out a conference going1 on sirnul-
tar.eously and at times he has dic
tated ftatemerits as he ate. During
the last year he has written four
hooks and ,"0 pamphlets. Another
book is in the hands of his publish
er. Throughout the war he was ac
tive in pre outing strikes and as
?jnr.4 labor's co-operation in war
w..rk. Tw iee he visited Kurope,
ir il.ir-;,; spe. i h' s in behalf of the
-...r arid ia rt icipa t in ? in the peace
t la nee.
In addition to his administrative
work as president, Mr. (dompers ed
its the American Federationist, a
monthly publication, directs labor's
::" rts to obtain favorable legisla
tion nt Washir.firton and keep.1 in
1..ioli with labor activities through
out the country.
With the exception of this year
XMid In 1V4 when John McBrlde, a
mine worker, w;is elected president,
.rdr. Clampers has had virtually no
op;" -utiiWi i''' re-eb ctinn.
. He married Sophia Julian, of New
York, early in life. After her death,
ho rti;ir.'il Mrs. CJTtrude Clleave
Neu,:hler f Z:nesville, Ohio, In
.April of this year.
Ivrn In Fn'.and. Mr. Gompers
came to America when 13 years old,
.working as a cigarmaker. He or
ran!7 d an International cicrarmakers
unbn in lSl and was secretary and
president for fix years.
IS HOW REMODELED
j Mr?. H. CJraves 5.000
i Louis Horwath 5,000
Creek Canvon Stale Park Has! nrst m. iiomath 5.000
iJohn Hegge 5.000
l'p-to-Date Hostelrv tor 'm Sylvia Hite s.ooo
1 nnT' MLs.s Margaret Keogan 21.500
. (Mrs. Ora r. Kovatch 5.000
Ti:T: 'hV',,1 'At 'MVCrrmi-k's Cr kh-' Kowalska 22.250
Cany :; state , e:; in on. n cuntyiA. W- 't 14,000
I-.. : i , .tr-det. lv re;nod.ed :i:HlJl,"h 5'000
imäv o; t n to the puMU. .-ate c:i. y J. Miller 11.5C0
,,-v,:; , e::Vial ar.v,,,: - 1 today, h--
-is ;:al,bs !J r)..n;s.,J. MUcshierny .5,000
.u . o ,.-, r, o 0 Mrs. Can;iel Monterey 23,j00
il - . . . .. i 4 4.4'...--.'
ond hi tT.d co!d r,.:r:r.i!-4." uat-r.
l'cv.-er "tr i I:-h: are Ub d bv an
I ; . . 1 , . , ...... ,,
...44 ... I. I ..... .1
:lr to e: f
; ili. i s;.t,. ; a: "...
..!.- . . :' S;
r it' s slm-r-
. . i -
v. 1 1 u '
, . 1- . . v . ,
.4 . 4
f. r !. Ad
i r.i t : '',- t:ndr way
;-:'.'s ,-tit!er. ; : : i and
it m to 1 . 1 ..M r ,4 t
. . ., , ( , n, , .
:.'sr-t.-y .tftetnoop. .and e, r.lr.g at
l . ti
iikf Cbri-t:.:i. Mar. v r turn cards
hae b-n r'.id fii:n mrrr.bers
t-.:rrdfy.r;c tb i: int r.tl"n f b.dr.g
prff-rit. A J -h fry an! b'r- dinner,
r.::td',r gam.-: .'in-1 p"tts and a
numb r of unique cor.-.e !v ytunts.
rT. 4... .... V- t o -,.1 - . ,,r,.r, ..4
In j...,ke tile a.f dr a i;...t enb.vabl
The crowd, with ntot'T cats, will
rr. t at tr.e Oliver hotel .,t 1 :30 ' Illr4-1 ulnK'r -..'
Tburfd .y afterri.-.n, proe, , dii.g toj". E. L. Zaehnle f.OOO
th' i ake by wav i f Eli'.hart. livi' 1 -
Tokio irch.-ftr.i had been en.agr d i T1U: H AGCE. Holland. Jun J5.
for the t.ccuK-m. Parl.an.ent is considering a wo-
. ' n; an suffrage n.caaure. t'nder the
Partar.a Pedf- rd i- t- day t he t
tlln-d gtrl in a --o . n frrion of "Tl:e '
l&i of l'uu:-" " '
! Maartzsa Woman 7bps
List of Club Workers
j Excellent Opportunity For New Members to Join New?-Timcs
j Salesmanship Force at This Time Three or Four New
I Subscription Would Put Newcomer in Lead.
('itlneil from Pnjro One.)
Auir. 13. It 1" rally surprising that
thre aro not twice ns many active
worker. It is truly th opportunity
of a lifetime and every reader cf
Th- News-Time shoull seriously
consider this unusual offer.
Bath men and women ar eligible
to join the Salesmanship club. All It
1.- nt-cesviry to do to become a mem
ber i to call at the office, telephone
or write Salesmanship club head
quarters, reri'terinir nam arrd ad-
j dretM. Members are t:iven .",000 cred
jits on enteiint' and the first aubscrlp-
Hon turned In counts another 5.000
reditu, besides the regular number
earned on the ?ubcrlptlon. Jut a
few fnb? riptlons count up Into thou-s-M;nls
of credits as will to ffen by a
jinnee at th schedule of credits
uhi-h appears in the papo advertise
ment i-ewliere In this p iper.
The Salesmanship Club depart
ment of Tho NewF-Times is open
from 8:30 a. m. until 9 p. m. every
business day and the club manager
will b" glad to erpialn the plan In
detail to any that are Interested.
Following Is the list of members
anl credits accepted for publication
up to Saturday morning:
All that part of the dty of
South IU'!il north of Washington
av. (Including Wnshlnprton nv.)
and vest of tlK? SU Jo;i)h rlTcr.
F. IT. Avery ..C.000
Mis. Fthel F. Dyrum 5.000
Joseph Costello 5.000
Miss Kuth K. Coomer 5,000
George C. Cauffman, Jr 5.000
Steve Czlgany 13.00 0
Henry Cook 5.00G
K. K. Dickens 22.000
Mrs. Ullian Doldlo 19.500
IMward Fites. J 5.000
Fdward Gour 5.000
Paul Godoller 5.000
Miss Stella Gulling 5.000
Miss Helen Gudatls 5.000
Alax. F. Hersh 5,000
W. G. Hlntz 5.000
Miss Pearl Houston 5,000
Norman Hartzer 10,750
Miss Marie Kolupa 13,750
A. M. Knox. Jr 5,000
Mrs. Lillian Krcighbaum 5,000
J. I Kizer 5.000
Mrs. G. H. Deeper 5.000
Harold Miller 17,250
Julius Muszik 13,000
Mrs. Theo. K. Miller 5.000
Christ Mennel 20,000
James Nellans 5,000
Paul A. Nash 5.000
Donnerson Oliver 11,500
Mm. W. A. Plschko 22,220
Louis S. Ia Pierre 25,000
Steve Peters 5.000
Miss C Przeradzka 5,000
111. I. Pcrsing 5.000
iMiss N. M. Ribble 5,000
iMiss Corine Segmueller 16,630
Miss Clara Seifert 5,000
Miss Thelma Swank 5,000
Leonard A. Sabo 5.000
Walter Sweeney 5,000
W". L. Spark man 5.000
Owen R. Windle 5.000
Floyd Wentz 5,000
William Wal-h 11.500
Clarence Whitmer 5,000
i:. O. Williams
Miss Mary A Watkins 5,000
Harold Zanger 0 5,000
All that iKirt or tle city of
South Pcnd houth of Wa.shinsr
ton av. (not Including Washing
ton av.) and west of Michigan
st. (Ineludlnp: MIelilgan st.)
Mis niizabeth Armour 2 0.500
(Harry 11. Alward 5.000
iMlke Ilutcolich ...0 25.000
1 Louis Ib'rsody 5.000
i K. L. Parbier 5.000
; William Danlsckl 5,000
!.Miss Angela DeVleeschower. .. 5.000
I It. 11. Ftter 5.000
, Walter Trick . . .20,000
P. C. Fergus 5.000
.Steve Grfsho 5,000
' Mrs. Sarah Ober 5.00O
II. L. Pef rson 5.000
. Stml-y J. Putz 5,000
-rfcre S.'.yma nouskl 5.000
jo. ;dl Tcvok 5.0'JO
II. '. Weedling 5.000
M s Ma rv Wartha 5,000
All that p.irt of the elty of
south I lend eat and north of the
St. ,lis'ili river.
.! C Ii i Abrams 5.000
L. L. Horn 5.000
V. iTl Hr. ;idvo:i 5.000
Paul P okerich ...5.000
Clifford Illodcett 5.0CÖ
I" r linar. 1 C.ii'.sen 23.750
Irvln I. F:her 5.000
O. Horton 5.000
H. G. Henry 5.000
J. M. Jeilv
G. Kube', 5.000
Victor Kiptlr.cer 5.000
. r' rt
Art Kal-rick 5.000
V. A. Lyons 5.000
MK Henrietta My er 21.000
John K:y 5,000
Miilarl Smith .
U d ert Swir.tz
()- H S ll T 1 b ? T .
'' '-"J Singleton 13.000 I
.Hubert Tobey 5.000
1' 5.000 j
pr .- r.t Putch law women cm be
. !t-d to eti.ee but they cannot j
All that lrt of the elty of
South Ilend east of S. Mlehlean
st. (not lnehidlnjj S. Mlehlgan
it.) to tle St, Jowph river.
S-amuel I Aslre.
Charlf-fl A. Parr 11,500
Mrs. Fred Hrlnkman 5,000
Kdward C. Uaker 5.000
Gerald Dice 5,000
Frank Frankowskl .5.000
William Grau 5.000
Mrs. M. A. Greimer 5,000
Homer A. Garwood 5,000
Miss Magdaline Horvath 5.000
Frank Kue snort 5.000
Fph Kindig 5.000
J. H. Kollar 5,000
F. J. Lean 5.000
Judsen Merriman 5,000
Mis Vivian Rhodes 15,500
It. C. Itobbens 5,000
A. L. Pinker 5.000
Miss Frances Swearlngen ....11,500
J. F. Srnelzer 5,000
Miss Helen Swearlngen 5,000
H. C Stegman 11,500
Mrs. Gladys Sllberman 5,000
Himer E. Trittlpo 5.000
S. Wiltfong 5,000
Miss Nellie Zigler 5,000
Miss May Carmenn
Mrs. David Burkart ...
Miss Margaret Dickel..
James Filer .
Mrs. Mary Eaton
I. D. Granger
John I. Jacobs
It. H. Kaiser
Chas W. Koepper
Miss Ida M. Luckenback
Thos E. Mann
Mrs. Francin G. l'eters .
C. S. Slick
Mrs. Gladys Truman...
St. Joseph county, outbid of
isouth Ilend and Mlshavvnka.
Walter Much. Granger
Mrs. Daisy Swanson, New
Theodore Schubert, R. R.
Orland Stull. North Liberty.
Burrell Wills, Walkerton . . .
George Bower, IL R.
B. E. Burgoyne, Berrien
Springs 22. COO
George E. Corell, Niles 5.000
K. E. Dreher, Niles 5.000
Miss Maybelle Eisenhart,
Miss Theresa Englenwood,
Cass.. pedis 5,000
Mrs. G-eorge I. Fox,
Three Oaks 13.000
Keneth Gilman, Edwardsburg. 5,000
Mr. W. L. Heikle, Three Oaks 5,000
Nathane Hall. Niles 17.200
Miss Lodema Noggle, Gallen ... 5,000
Mrs. Wara Piatt. Nile-? 10,600
Miss Nellie Slater, Buchanan .. 5,000
Earl W. Savage. Three Oaks... 5, 000
Mrs. Albert Wilson, Three
Marshall nnd Elkhart counties
L. P. Field. Plymouth 5,000
Arnold C. Knoepple. Bremen 17,500
Dr. Harry Knott, Plymouth t.,000
J. I Llewelyn. Goshm 5,000
Linfred Letherman, Wakarusa 5,000
Swan Peterson, Plymouth 5,000
Miss Floss'i YcKler, Wakarusa 26,200
Any territory In which The
News'Tlmes circulates not in
cluded in other districts.
Wilbur Poardman. Laporte ..11,500
Carlton Hunnell, Hamlet 5.000
Dr. J. M. Pyler, Warsaw 3.000
Horace G. Ewrild, Culver D.00 0
Chas. N. Goehert, Warsaw ....5.000
M. P. Knouse. Warsaw 5.000!
Miss Thelma Hartman. j
Polling Prairie 13,750
Cy .Associated Pre:
Madson Shows How Go-Carts
Arc Made by Sturgis Firm
A demonstration that was viewed
by many hundreds of people was
he'd In the display windows of the
Heller Furniture Co. during the pat ,
Hans Mad?en. ropresontlnff the
Sturgis Go-cart Co.. of Sturgi. Mioh..
brought to this city by C. P. Ayres.
advertising manager of the Heller
Co , has been In the window demon
strating how long strings of reed ma
terial Imported from the Philippine
Islinds are woven by hand Into the
bodies of go-cart-s. The way that Mr.
Madsen did the w-rk in the window
:s exactly the way it is done In the
factory at Sturgis. Mr. Madsen oald
that tho average weaver can make
four bodies and three accompanying
hoois for the go-carta In one day.
The demonstration w.a.8 on of a
number cf like exhibits that the
Heller Co. has been conducting for
the past few week
PICKET WOUNDED IN
CHICAGO STRIKE FIGHT
CinCAOO, June 25. A running
p!.tol fight In which pickets for
strlklnf bakers, strike breaker
and rHc participated, resulted to
day In the wounding of Joseph Son
or!, a picket. Sonocla was attack
ed by five men who fired from an
automobile. They escaped.
Jur- Finds McGannon Guilty
of Perjuring Testimony at
(Continued from Page One)
most painful duties I have ever been
called upon to perform, but nothing
can i revent me from doing my duty"
Judge Allen 5aid in pa-sning sentence.
"Judges, and needled to say, the
community, cannot believe Jurist to
be above the law. Judgen should
know the spirit and letter of the law"
A try William H. Boyd, counsel for
McGannon, then aked the usual de
lay In execution of sentence be ex
tended to 20 days In order to give
ample time for filing appeal for a
new trial. Judge Allen granted the
request and et ball at $50.000 which
The Jury was out 27 hours and fin
ally reached an agreement after de
claring at noon that an agreement
The conviction and sentencing of
McGannon was the most dramatic
Incident in the history of Cuyahoga
The interest In the courtroom was
tense from the moment the court
bailirf received the verdict from the
hands of the foreman of the jury
until Judure Allen Faid:
"Judge McGannon, a court never
has been faced with a more disagree
able duty than that of sentencing a
man before whom the court has
practiced as a lawyer. The court
hereby fentences you to the Ohio
As McGannon turned to leave the
courtroom following his sentence, he
stopped and raising his right hand
above his head said:
"As there is a God In heaven. He
will make these people suffer es I
have suffered. If they don't suffer
as I have suffered, then there Is no
A total of nine ballots was taken
with the count standing 11 for con
viction and one for acquittal from
the very beginning a poll of the
Juror tonight revealed.
Women For Conviction.
The case went to the Jury at 2:30
p. m. Friday. Both of the women
on the Jury declared they had voted
for conviction 'from the first.
Following McGannon'f acquittal
of the murder of Kagy, the Cleve
land Bar association appointed one
of its members to Investigate the
mass of conflicting testimony aris
ing from the former Judge's declara
tion on the vfitness stand that he
was not at the corner of East Ninth
st. and Hamilon av. when Kagy was
ishot and killed on the night of May
7, 1920. As the result of this inves
tigation McGannon was Indicted for
Att'y Boyd, who defended McGan
non at his two trials for the murder
of Kagy, said he believed the ver
dict was a mistake.
"The caso will be carried to the
r m i r t O f anneals." he said. "I am
still convinced Judge McGannon did
not shoot Harold Kagy and that he
was not at the scent of the shoot
ing." MILLER CONFESSES
IN CHAPIN ST. JAM
Tells Cassicly That Fiplit Was
Result of Grudge Woman
in the Case.
( Conti nuetl from Pa;re One)
chargp had been Hied Saturday eve
would bo bound to the circuit court
on a charge of assault and battery
with Intent to kill. A woman, ar
rested by Sergt. Roberts and his de
tail, who rounded up the members
of the alleged clique and who inves
tigated the Chapin st, episode, i3 be
lieved to have imparled to the offi
cers much Information upon the
strength of which the police were
able to gain a confession from Miller.
While a shadow of mystery yet
surrounds the MIIler-Kretzmer "free-for-all,"
it was intimated last night
that the clash was the direct result
of differences between the two men,
who had for some time bent their
affections upon one Planche Was
niak, 202 S. Chapin st. Miller is
aid to have revealed that angle in
his confession to Cassidy. The love
affair .and Jealousy Is naid to have
grown to swords points, and Miller
was followed from the soft drink
parlor operated by E. Chislo, 702
Chapin st., where Kretzmer is em
ployed, by the bartender. The street
light followed, and Miller had been
floored and Kretzmer stabbed be
fore police arrived. A search of the
vicinity landed six into the police
net for investigation.
Grudge of Two Montks.
That he drew his knife and bent
upon the members of the Kretzmer
gang when attacked by them was
Miller's statement to the police. Cas
sidy said. Kretzmer, however, was
the only one who came into contact
with the blade.
Miller is said to have told the po
lice that the grudge between himself
nd Kretzmer started about two
month ago when he. with Blanche,
was riding between South Bend and
Mishawaka. He said that they were i
held up by Kretzmer and two mem- i
ber3 of the Kretzmer gang, and that I
the highwaymen took $35 and a gold j
watch from him. Since the holdup, '
he said, the hatred had become more
bitter, and led to the Friday night
Among those arrested on suspic
ion, and who were released Satur
day under bond, were Martin Jagla,
X30 P. Laurel t.. and Martin izabo.
The woman, Blanche Waznla It, was
he'd, as were Lewis Henry. 702 Cha
pin st., Laddee Polka, 914 W. Thom
as St.. Harry Burke, 116 H W. Wash
ington av., and Henry' Plchta, 02
Miller probably will be arraigned
In city court Monday morning on &
charge of assault and battery with
Intent to kill.
in the world.
is the largest lake
FOR MAIL ROBBERY!.
j Acquit Two of Part in Toledo!
Hold-Up Jury Delib
erates All Night. j
TOLEDO, O.. Juno 25 Eleven of i
the 13 men on Women tried nn n1
charge of coensiracy in the Jl.noo,-
postofTice robbery here were
found guilty this morning.
The two acquitted are John J.
1'PP. Chicago broker, who was ac
cusd of disposing nf sme of the
stolen bonds, and Charles Furrier,
The Jury was out all night. The
trial lasted three weeks. Sentences
will bo deferred until the conclusion
f the robbery trial. A number of
the defendants will be tried on a
ciharge of actually staging the. rob
bery. The holdup occurred Feb. 17.
Thoso convicted were: Joseph
Frbaytls. George Lewis, alias Rogers;
Charles Schultz, James Zar.some.
Pearl Sommers, Emma Marvin, j
Wanda Fsbaytis, Walter Foote, E l- i
win Zellich. Harry I. Push and ;
Helen Furrier. !
Rev. Anthony Gorek. of New Chi- j
cago, Ind., though indicted in the I
post-office case, has not yet been !
irie-a. lie was a government wit
ness at tho trial Just completed.
IIS' RIOT PROBE
(Contlnetl from Page One.)
that the race trouble resulted from
armed negroes marching up town
to defend Dick Rowland, negro, from
lynching: and no attempt had been
made or was being made to lynch
Rowland and the crowd of whites
assembled about tho court house
was larg-ely a peaceful ono; that ths
armed negroes were responsible for
the riot that the whites who assem
bled at the court house and took
part in the fighting there later were
not to blame. It further found that
there were underlying causes for the
riot, notably the spreading of racial
equality doctrines among the ne
groes for a considerable timo by
members of their own race and the
storing of arms by them in a negro
church and other place?; that the
majority of the negroes were not
implicated and wero ignorant of the
Iaw Not I aa forced
It found that the poTico had not
properly enforced the law elthe-r In
the white or negro section; refused
to place any blame on Sheriff Wil
liam McCullenigh for the riot; "de
plored" reports of the riot which
had gone eut through the news
papers and called on the citizenship
to demand law enforcement and
competent officials. Tho aeven civil
ian indictments were against allege!
rioters and looters in connection
with the race trouble.
Lillian Rambeau, mother of Mar
jories Pambeau, has a prominent
part In "The Greater Profit."
72 EJr 22ctrio fiko
S. D. Morao & Son
Gifts for the Bride
Literally hundreds of things
await your inspection at this
store. You'll find it a real pleas
ure to select that wedding pres
ent from among the many won
derful gifts contained in our
show cases. Our prices are real
kvrrvthincr ironed, ready
back Rough Dry with just the heavier pieces ironed just
as you prefer.
All work done with the painstaking care that character
izes Davies service.
The Finished Family Washing includes all the regular
family washing, even the soft collars and soft shirts.
Our Unit System is a big improvement over the old meth
ods no marking, no mixing with other bundles.
in Mishawaka or
Oaves Iaunpryand cleaning
THE SOFT VttimLUNKtf
nr-iw xa lArvcm .sr..
Mem nrxD axd Chicago.
RKITSE TO ACCEPT
LAM)K AS AKIUTKK
: : - .i . :
'. M. Lin.ii
day inform 1 J
in th buildir.
r. - I t
St ore Opens
A June Wind-Up
We are going to start a sale of
This was made possible by a purchase
that was unexpected to us and. will be a
surprise to you; coming before the com
mencement of our usual July Clearance
Sales which commence Friday, July 1st.
The advantage will be to those coming
early Monday. Although the lot comprises
300 d resses these prices will soon reduce
them. Just think
Most exceptional values in mignonette,
taffeta, foulard, georgette, tricotine, poiret
twill and serge dresses for every occa
At $10.00 worth
At $15.00 worth
At $25.00 worth
223 So. Michigan St.
for immediate use or sent
Curtains and Clothing
597 and 598
r . ri i
n?u mo ELECTRIC StlO ft
i ''K ' r c
r 4 1
i i 1
V. hen "Old Sol" pours his melting rays
downward When oppressive heat saps vi
tality When to escape drudgery is one of the
II .1 T t . I f t ...
rcaliy-wortn-wniie things It s then you will
best appreciate a "Coffield."
The family wash all done without a laborious
move on your part Done and dried long be
fore the real hot part of the day has arrived.
Don't wait another day Don't let another
wash worry you Call the Comeld Store NOW.
f . I
132 Harta Ubim tk