The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on December 30, 1921 · Page 31
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 31

Publication:
Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana
Issue Date:
Friday, December 30, 1921
Page:
Page 31
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TOE ETDIAKAPOLIS NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1921. SI H0CSEII0LD GOODS. - - - - - -.-At You Own Prka ' v ... StoTet of Ail Kind JTotbleet. bsweburaers, uaM sHeve. enen-b!Uo coal and ga rn-e or U and oal oil. 1-reryUiln la lb neue meet b e..fci Ulora w oaf. Horry. mt ate and snake U a re a on able Sar, W wij deliver It to you. --, - ' 444 E. Wa.MTigtm, St.' Good Bod, Corflplet. $12-50 -- While rib bed, fl HmI sprlncs and ; tr. ft snaMree, all la nios aiaea . Ill w. fere bed. heacy steel nW - J mpkl. ealy $1 AO. Usei Good Store, 424 Magg. At. MNOKK tKWmO MACiUS CO, X24 w. fr ftvo t. Three-Room Outfit $98.75 Bra end hftgrd n1 furniture. . CASU Oa TERMS. - Phoenix Furniture Co. t25-&27 Virginia An, fmnrrri'Tuw park ii wiu m 4. 7 w into. 4 Vi'tH'Xai sewing mar-hir a rood a pe. HOUSEHOLD GOODS WANTED. f ami tor. rtAxrriKJt waiioa. win par ooa iiiimi fir aMwmui nnaf nb rr Cail Mait K7. Auto, 4-ea. Call Mr. Albcrtaon JTarrto-rft 29t. for lioaaol4 ro4a Is rt-vm kuow ' fit. Will par trto boat aaafe WILXi fI aaati or will aU ff f mr mnnf at anz-rlii. Call tha A aJWAU A KUCK WDAOJf. W JLL WnKTuJat. ITor.irilnAa boiaarHoki f ooia private Boanoa or aota. Miin fc7i;. A'v. S1 to aa3 oaJ MAJTlf Main 2A, JTCL'st JioU" 'x& W7 "a ya aw li wwii ii rrAKDARo rum;n to. fit MAM, A VC MAI.f M10. Wil ruir bT.jf ail fcrvVi of hojMhoid rooda furaaan momao aouoa; ao aaaiwra J BtT'ir. '" nil. I AbMoCUTtLf Uoi ria tTH 7" fart.,; ' maa and atovra. TAmUASLD rU&Jlt . on-u- fVl. ! Mia. ara. MaJo 6410. fii;flJrra fmntnm, rwa. varirba. oil atovaa. afillforohi. bnr ono piano or booaa fuU. ISHOWX. 030-11 If aoa. ara. Mii &m4. - UF.TMt aaUoor kJboUJ oooda at mo timi or oar r" raah. Toa yet anora. I- A.-if'fiK Antior r, Harnaoa S3I1. fc XI VB STOCK AND VEHICLES. 4Vfi"Tkaa ono-Jvorao Tmrmit i otvT" Ca3 BMhport ll.l , U ' i awnTr '"T7 row: ao4 "raan aap-tr.lor. tK)H w, Tmnt. Ku, ,ri w.tTir" ... ..T" " -r rt."..C"4M " W5 arw'o V iwWVmW ir viitn vara at ao.1 OHM GUEDELJfOJCrEft WAO-C1 & , Kmt iHi ara, aod Ooorala at. fl-V.I) b"-- baraala. 27 K. Oaoraia at. y1, !o;s, l'OULTiir. mgeons. etc. IKIWM, tamoy, too. nest newum Ml , V .itrTSuailng does Fifhl or day. Call narrtewn ll4 St!l w. sot. BJABT4 tHS , i. MiiTian and Belt rait-wr. liatrlbuto Purina and FnU-o-IVp tooda. Tlrthona na tnr nrar t tralarvtreal ii&i. CAXAJlTTilRMr ilna ainawa 3 each". Waahlnfton a0 Ring I, IxkhZO BUrK bwi, tw haad S rfM-arraU. b aarh. CaU Dreael 70flS ar IIM Hrt at CfltCtKK FfcKD. no grit. ilJM tT 100 rt.lrr fxi 14 par 100: alfalfa aru nd All la balk, at IJDI- ANA ELKVAltiR, Lranu and J, M. A L sfk.l-Tuur or & yoittg hound pupe t nr g atoniba oklr Mark-and tan; wtu pay $10 or li vti. Ooing to the eotintrv ui irate thrm In hunt. Call Dreael 803. Wi U r-n I" M-e twm l i t.UlT Tire Jnae bu- eo1 B roiina: I , rrii Vnj bjuta. SIS take a lot to lfan atv 8840 n, VaiHtol. rsi'K tnaah fe laying bene. itt. OBORUa IW. , HOia.E.vnET n. sej mim stain 4sv. 154" thaw all, thai vtew'awtethlng new', wefMtar. day and alfht .alaglng eaaarteet tlm beautiful black ItiOaaraaiaa. behneal IIM7. 9- 1T mi um ara e. Cirota months ai. for sale, 1137 - vmii . ataaj a mm a if aa aaaj wae T-mie IariltTirpi. liarta monnraia and St. Aa-dtvaaburs Rnarai ioveiy aingeea. ataias. f-naiea. IUa.enM. 412 Irving piece, seeoud ;,1(Hlf.' prl 78d fjAAaUKa." eingfrarmW pairs and large r-a ctway. Pr?i"jLi; ' I-Tulxi'S , lor lwH woeiea One IJiplAaAlH.IJ MI.MANR SOt UTT j Do( r-auod 4 R Hew Terk Mam 0S7S. miscellaneous wanted. i nrrn'a klfh.vt ortoe paid. MRa. PU1L t.1rt. Main 0741. Ifll TlP"olr Withes buyr; pare $7 up, 81 S. Meridian Prew C.V45. JJX lSt) of goiTterd Vlotbirf wantaaT hlhet prices said. MRS. SIMS. Main Vi i it, . 1 nnT atare Sxtur-e. eaah reiatsea enntplete suvka ef all hln"la; atglwat ee '"ne pain, wvii " iu 84 SO W. Good, Sound Yellow Ear Corn Wanted at tho Stockyards XAkTUD Ura !.r )A Vora ana 4 Jraya: t a ara aiue in eoniwn-Uon: near cwn- r HT A.Mra IVts 17Hd Hswm t a WT i aVD"s tI13S.K3iri!sr" ' Diamonds Wanted Wa' aa aoeraak. wive sou bMai t. 'JnexABst (aaraMtre yl tbe blfgaat poeatkle v f. on ie aaaaeeii tnai yea take ao eh as ess vkaa f trade with - Rite's - SQTOARl PtAL JEWKLRT SHOP. S S Illinois at. ifXCTKl;adaoimaart;aU Dreaal MU t er Stewart issi. . ;,Caat-0ff Clothing 1 1 and an paid for rmhi's mod need sol la. rr4e 2C44 Ne. 0 N. Weat at. jg AKT RRTnuiln coaV and pan la, siae S9. legal notices proposals. IniB rnorwtxT ufbant trcst com I PANT OP PHILADKLPHtA ptorthwvat emmee 4th aod CHataat ate, Phlla- I inarms. trmmrtfr si ltll. Ttlf 711 KITH-ICY HOLDER OP THB PHOV. PNT IJrK AND TRUST COMPANT OP PaiLA&aXPHlA. . A aiwolal maetuie af tba mIIm i.ilm -t fThe iVnvldent Life and Truat fonnuf af t luiadelphia wtu be heh! at IU office at the "V. "reae en wajiwai the 18lh day u eutanry. iw.i. at 11 o clock aoon. tor tba purpoae ef votlne for or aa-ainat tbe ap- prwrai ov a cartel pi V Tbe roroeet Ufa M on a rwrtaln plan for the arwulaiUon and Truat Company of I'bileitrlphia of Ita capital atnek far tK-k. M VI 1M. doiipw Latum BBd Ihi mu. - ef eefc! onmnaay Into a mutual life taeureaca coaiarvr uivorr uf proviatnaa ol be act ef wolf oi ina eoiamoawealUi of Pennayl VU1I4. HA. 1 0.t nmmia.1 11 a,. am . Tlua plan baa been edoptad bv tba Afmum ' . ' , w r,, ii m v land approved by tbe Insurance commuwtoner rnnayiTania aou ny the atochboldera of tae eompany. Coptee el the plan may be had miun I'piii'iiHui. fcitowARO rj. ASBTOJf. Secretary. By ee.cMhejHard of directors 4i3eJ piposala wlUbare-ii' 11 " iV- ettl.w of the board ef trnateee or tha Central lu ll in HoapMai for Inaane until 1 ft i vinrt January 4. 1022. for the llama atcrt below: Old iron, old hada braes, ban U4 1 rata, dry aonee and barrele. a cerufled cheek tor f IS muat aeeompany each bid. made peyable to Uie board of traateee. as a guarantee, of good faith. The etlrceaaful bidder nuat wiltiin n.. day after hems' notified of auch accvDtanea velar Into s contract and give a surety bond irr iaa Taimiui ann proper fulfillment thereof. Tbe board of truetcee rcservea ik. rit to re4 any or ail pronola. 11 T ORl'ES Df WltMl Or TRl 9TEE9 noT1 Q 6VXV S; rx CM ftTfiJCToJ STOCRBOLDER4 Jfotiee U hereby cirrn that the animal una f the etockholders of the Cm on National Savlnga A Loan Association, et Indian 4 poll a. Imiiana. win be held on Thursday. January 12. 133. at the home eftloa et the enciation. No. 314 March ant a Bank Bulidieg, imtteaapnue. Indiana, at 2 p. m for the purnoee of e lectin directore and the uanaacttoa et such ether business as may properly come before tha sneetina. OUTER P. EN1IJ5T. Preeidrnt. KA KX, P. ENLKY. Seeretary. "noTICb'OF A-SlTAt"Maf!rutO'"OF . STOCKHOLDER. VAtlos U hereby tiren that the annual aaaettng ef atok hoidrrs ef the Wteher Sav-Lnr aod Tro.l Company will be held at tbe eonspeny'a office, at the north weet comer of Penoaytesnta and Market ela.. Indtanapnlla Irtt , oa Menday. January 0. 11122. et 4 ykek s, sa, stniXIR,, Secretary. n fctAa of aoaaanold fiiraltara. at oaf awVa br'"" you aaO. Cail I an r ; LEGAL WOTICiaPROPOgALS. lllio Indiana Board ef Agriculture a . Ioraie a it ofaee. Boon 234. tV-bouan, ' Thursday. January 12. 1922. or front day Vo day hr1U?r iraUi sold. Indiana board of xtmit'jr A wr erot. bond ia ike sum of SirOO.OOO to Sl.OOOOOO. These bond er arnpt f roea both, stale and federal tame. The tins ef dureuoo of booda wjj bo from 10 to 't norm. VTJLLIAM M. JOKES. I?rwT FKTsry AUCTION SALES. M rkSardt. acctioseer. PA VIS 15. . Ia FATTUIOV an mi 1t4 a T- M ISCELLANEOUS. a, rvv itt. yri, FINANCIAL WILL discount lor aio dVaimr catwr on rttm Mjrmcst aaJ. 23 Hoaaa-ilauv ?! V7J ra. LILbI3l'Ai'jeUTOW ofty to U oi r-jvdca1 Marina oorrotr rcJ tata a rarllf. HC0 WCTEXXUia ftOS. lOOO wWiatB Atf mr farm anonmf nort-ra lon and bTT ral atat mntrrm TtE CO, W K. 1. M4r. Call at off.r. y VaiN IMi roust for oa bin ?1 H3IBM bH. MASS Oat maji mmMmA urbim voTa4 faraM ao4 ladiaaapolla reaJ ao- AJCTVA MOTOAOB AVD UMKyfT CO, la all It branroa. AC RET D. POHTEH. M Lonvrka btdf; Mala 101. afOWRf "uSo oa aotoad" aaortrafoa. L fiT. MllXJta. irt 0lowar at. Main 787. trraijf6iiftiCi! Tbo Oth ansi-ooaual dirtdcuJ on tao pro-trrrad aad ommoa atvk of tbo Aataa Mort-ra0 A XjrrMnaaoat Coenponr oil bo paid ltOMrr 1, loss t all atockaoVtera of rooord ACTMA MORTOAOB A rjrrtSTXKTT COMHAJIT. 404 rvialJtr Trua bid. In4anaioiia, lad. W3 TIXaTCI tba boJldioc of apartaaoai boooaa and boatnoaa t blocka: pao aaoaar oa trrmrlfr and ra ount wrLf.L A. ftOTta Pal aetata rotrart. IlraTMEJfT CO, Main 807f. oao-oo iw airwi CHATTEL LOANS. 110 to S440. Title a oporated sndsr the rtetoa oi it the state of Indiana aad waa Mt&b. Dto ror tae parpoae of Drertdlaa a. ni wbara haenet Popb ran bunow any amoant from 110 to 43 00 wttlurat parir mora than tne irraj rate oi laiaraat or without buu (iftavfbaevv aasa-. a--.-F rTTrT Ikl roa era a aad ptfr tou? kpl WO WORTHY r&toOM kerusED Wa do not notify year employer. neithT de we aaaka laeniriee of your trtenda. rela-i bvre or tradae people. Toil can have all 'tba Uiu Mwain fw rwpmmramn aaa pay oniy I or tae actual time you srp the avmry. Call and 11 ua MrplaJn St ebarae aaleae yon bnrrow. Iiana with other companies paid elf sad more money adraaoad at Wa! rates. ir IH A HURRY Phone Main 202-T or Lincoln 2450. gtCURITT MORTOACB LOAX CO, Raome 204 7-0 Indiana Trnat bklg 123 X. Washington Bt eoraer Virginia are. Tou can BORROW MONET so ebeep and ea sues aaey trma of rrpaysmit from the Fidelity Loaa Company, a Uemeed and bonded ana. for m la paying OTerdoe btile or to boy th tbtnsa you aead for CASH at B ARO AIM PRICKS that every one ahould take edveatag of our aevie. LOAM OM rURMITURR. $20.00 to $300 00. at legal ratee aa abort notice and without publicity. We give you all the Unwi you want to repay a loan and oniy chary for setoal time yba bare the money. Fair, tea t Itt TOU CAB AFFORD TO BORROW. On S 40 pay f 2 a month and lataraat. Oa I tO pay ft a month aod tatareet. On SlOO pay fg a month and Intereet. fay more any tme and rmdrtrn the cost. IN TOUR HKH ALF. We ara oa the job eight hour a dar. and throuah paraonal rontart and prrnal errv-ara. plue a darn and personal lnlral wo can awe you and your frtenda aa you wiah to be served. In these unaeual ttmea butruea. fiiandahlp. cloae relatlona. mutual uruW- standinca aod co operation ara real aaiwta to all of ua. We are ready to go threo-tourtha ef the wav. Now It ia up to you. FIDELITY LOAN COM PA NT. 100 R. Market at. Room Sai Leoacke bubj. Main 1278. Auto. 27-782. L-o-a-n-s $25 to $300 Wa lend money to persona of rood char- I actor and efedy employaient on guaranteed otae, houarhold furniture and planoa. with- I out rm-rl Uoana rrpayabie in 8 to ia j taoainiy inaiaunenie. urfai cnupi ihatatmente. only. baaed i uopaij balances for actnal time Bard, BTRICTLT OUcriDSdTiAU lair ana cour- teeae dealings, prompt enrvice. Private In aalrlea Invited. Loane with other companies paid of! and more money advanced. Hours. b te 6 SO: Satorday. 1 p. m. Call, wrlu or phone Clrcta l -O O 0. 33 Monument Pisco, 201 Circle bldg. Licensed Money Lenders Our Personal Property Loan Plan Means to You Real Money, Independence and Convenience Loans, 20 to $300 On household groods, pianos horses, cows, sheep, ho&rs, farm implements, automobiles, etc. Terms to suit tho borrower. Capitol Loan Co. 141H E. Washington St. Main 0585. Lincoln 7184. See Us for Money INTESTTQ ATE OTO RA8T TO PAT TWXNTY PAYMENT PLAN LOANS. Oat Get SSO. pay back SS.&O a month. $100. pay back SS.00 a month. With Intereet et SH per cent, monthly. Pay farter if you Ska leas cost. 1 Too pay only for the time loan runa. Come ia and get free booklet, which deecribee every thlng fully. Wa lean on furniture, oianoa, Ttctrolaa. ate., without removal. Akto Diamonds, etc Indiana Collateral Loan Co. (Bonded Lenders,) ETTA BUSHED 1887. 201 LOMBARD BCTLDtNO. 24S E. WASHINGTON ST. Phone Mala 32SS, Lincoln 67SO. WE WHX LOAN Any reputable householder MONET, Secured bv chattel mortgage AT SH PER CENT. A MONTH On anpaid balances. This is IS per cent, a year lower than the legal rate. WDiXBAPOLIS ronjc WELPABB LOAN ASSOCIATION, 330 Occidental bldg. l&aaL rate loans: nrrXRSTATB COLLATERAL LOAM COkrAAT, SOS Odd Fallow bldg, fifth floor, earner Permsytvanie and Waabinxtoa ta. Main 3130. Phonce Auto. 31-430. " I MOh'KT TO LOAK Oa fornJture, pianos and autnmobilra, INDIAN APO LIS FINANCE CO. 80S Sake bids . 41 E. Waahingtoa at, Phone Main 22S1, - .3 CHURCHES CONSOLIDATE Sixth Oaajrregmtleim af Dlarlplea Merge With Saath Side OrgaaUatleai. A eoasolldatlon of the Sixth and South. Side Xlsclples churches has been made, taking for the present the name of the South Side church. The congregation Is meeting In the South Side church building; at Elm and Pine streets. liana for a' new churea to be erected near Fountain square are under way, aad a new name for the consolidated congregations will be chosen before the dedication. The building noard Includes Clarence S. Knight, Henry sillier, Gerard Moant and tov wta Sparks. , STICK TO CONSTITUTION ADVICE OF BEVERIDGE WARNS OF PROPAGANDA EFFECT ON TREATY MAKING. ADDRESSES NEBRASKA BAR OMAHA. Docmbr S9- A4dresiaff tho anaoal meotlar of tho Xbrka StAto Bar AAaociatloa tero this afternoon oa tha naturo aad 4alopmetit of tba Aatarfxaa Coatltatloa. Aibort J. Ba-rarlda-o, foraar Cnltod Etataa aenator frota ladlaaa, hM that Tery timo wo faoo &w aituatiena wo find our Alt flcoltr ontlclpatod aad broTld4 for by soma prorlalon la tao nation's faadaxpeataJ lav." Mr. Bercridso deaJt at loagrth with tho Amertcaa method of troaty mak-tnff. which ho aid 1 attar! nnUao that of aar of tha aatioaa with whom oar fOYorameot Is bow la ooaferoaeo at Waahiarton; It la pacullarly, dls-tlntlTlr aatf axcluairely Amaricaa; it waa dorlaed to protect tba A marl -can paoplo from tba possibility of bain ; bound and bordened by lntor-aatioal coo tracts mad accordlas' to tha Europaaa aad Asiatic dlplomaUe mat hods practical by ether nations at tha timo the American Constitution waa framad and still employed today by those sationa ao fully ao erar." Xeea of YlctlaaeeW The bis; Idea of the treaty max Ins-pro vial one of tho Coastitotioa was and la, he said, "that since a treaty can aot be repealed or modified like ' an ordinary law aad blade as Individually aod as a natioa, the utmost possible circumspection should aad must t" taken before we thus irrevocably bfnd ourselvea All the facts, purposes, motives and results Involved In a treaty may aot be fully known, or known at all. even to the wisest and most vigilant President Indeed, much may be actually concealed from him. either inadvertently or oa purpose. So he may. with the best of Intentions, negotiate a treaty which, upon patient and searching investigation, may turn out to be unwise for the senate to ratify aad the nation thus to conclude irrevocably. J XI RJ4ff.aa.inK 11 P (III ED I aVUU TVlinf, " treaty,'7 said Mr. Beverldge. "aa American senator Is as free, powerful and Independent as the President Is when negotiating the contract and submitting It to the senate. A Pre el - dent who brlnas nressnre to bear oa afnators to do as he wishes them to do In pansing upoa a treaty, acts au- t ocratlcally, snd. If he succeeds, is. In practical effect, an autocrat. Beeoane "Rabber Stamp." "By the same token, a senator who submits to such dictation er yields to such pursuasion from the White House, ceases to be a senator In fact, and becomes merely an executive clerk In fact a mere "rubber stamp.' as the common saying puts It. Any senator who, against his Judgment or even without exhaustive personal study of a treaty votes for It because the President tells him to vote for it, violates the Constitution, violates his oath of office, violates his duty to tbe nation. "For the same reasons, senators must not set from partisan considerations when passing upon treaties. It Is an axiom of patriotism that politics stop at the seashore; another patriotic principle Is that war suspends partisanship. Both these vital elements of American Institutions for both are parts of American Instl- ! totlona forbid senators to vote on : treaties according to party lines. "A senator who disapproves a treaty and yet votes for It merely because It Is submitted by a President be longing to his political party and who would oppose that same treaty if i submitted by a President belonging ; to another nolltical varty such a Ir senator Is a' conscious betrayer of the republic Net Matter af Partisan kip. "The converse Is, of course, equally true: A senator who votes against a treaty merely because it Is submitted k - Pr.,iH,ni hiiiiriii. tn .nMk.r , . , " . , . political party than that to which the senator belongs such a senator I not an age at of the natioa, but a mere partisan guerilla and beneath contempt." Benator Beverldga said the nation's diplomatic records are full of examples of .treaties which, when submitted to the senate, were thought to be unexceptionable, but which, on fuller examination, were found to be seriously defective or wholly bad. "Moreover," be rnald. "from the foundation of our government to the present hour, no alteration of a treaty was ever made by the senate which. In time, waa not seen by everybody to have been prudent and essential; no treaty was ever rejected by the senate which. In time, was aot seen by everybody to have been unwise and harmful to American interest. "It ts common knowledge that foreign propaganda ceaselessly and astutely works to create American pub-lie opinion favorable to the plana of foreign nations which start, manage and manipulate such propaganda. This ts particularly true when treaties desired by such foreign nations are In process of making and especially when such treaties are before the senate. Well known and trustworthy correspondents. , of national and world-wide reputation for veracity, have told us repeatedly that precisely th.le sort of propaganda Is being conducted right now with reference to the doings of tbe Washington conference. Warn of "Pnblle Sentiment." "Therefore, it is the duty of senators to Insulate themselves from the effects of supposed 'public sentiment'; in fact, that Is the duty of senators In any case, propaganda or no propaganda. Tbe general opinion today may be. and frequently Is, reversed tomorrow; and yet. If senators act upon temporary propaganda-manufactured clamor today, they may be cursed tomorrow by the very same public then awakened, for having sacrificed American Intereeta "When passing on treaties the only safe, wise and patriotic course for senators to take is the course marked out by the Constitution: Thoroughly examine every proposed International contract, carefully form Judgment thereon and vote accordingly, uninfluenced by presidential attitude, un-Inttmldated by popular emotion and actuated exclusively by their dear and convinced opinion of what Is best for the American people, "If we are to abandon our traditional policy of keeping out of foreign politics; if, instead, we are now to adopt the ancient European and Asiatic practice of political alliances, let us at least act like prudent and sensible men and women. If foreign political association ts to be our future policy, let us first transform our helter skelter and perpetually changing diplomatic establishment Into a permanent diplomatic system by which our diplomats are carefully selected early in Ufa and put through comprehensive, meticulous and prolonged training to equip mem to hold their own with foreign diplomatic antagon ists, uet us make America diplomacy a profession to which talented men can devote themselves exclusively as a lire career, as is aone by every other nation with whom we deal dlplomatic-ally.- Fweir-Pwwer Treaty lateryrotaOasa, Mr. Beveridge said that the fact that even President Harding was aot informed of the Interpretation pat oa the so-called four-power treaty by the Washington conference In secret session, and that that Interpretation might not have been divulged at all until after tbe treaty waa ratified, "had not alert newspaper men discovered and exposed It' this amas-Ing incident now, thus happily disposed of ts more than enougiyto put American people on Inquiry. "Such an occurrence, without precedent In our history, shows that the humblest American cttlsen. as well as the most powerful American aanatar. must be constantly oa the I alert, aa watchful aa bo la kindly. It ohowv that thare mast ba a haata la eoaaldarlasj this ar amy el bar treaty wbea soch aa tataraatloaal contract la laid before tha senate. It demon stra tea the far-aoalav wisdom of oar forefathers whaa proTidlac fa tha fundamental law of tha republic, the method and manner of snakier treaties which bind tha whole natioa and rrary cltlson beneath tha Ca-. net only for the praaaat. bat as lona- aa the treaty endures. It demonstrates that the wisdom of oar fathers waa ao accurate aad prof on nd that devout mea aad women may well be Mere the founders of tha Amerlcaa nation to hare bee a insolrod br Al- raichty Ood." DAILY VITAL STATISTICS. Harry X. mr: wulam Albert W. R-inBiat aad Ktbet H. nar-rry v. swala and Cora i. H Warae C BarUad and n Jamee O. B.nhe and Liihu Lorea R. Orbora and Hasel A. juhC Jeeae B!)y aod Eteora L. Vu!. Cbartea M. Kiehey and kVUth Btrciew CI W. Ocntera aad &ata Vaaea. Aboar DlDoa and Etaet M. aooU. rrmaU M. Jala CeUrne T. Owtnta. Kdmand 8 CniHslow and Cfcarbe A- Guna. Louia C. H. Kilaar. Jr, aad Rosa Baeota Jamea Pattoa aad BarrW H. Gcrortary. Las Xaaiey and ScUe X. BoUtasar. attoth Stephen aod mr. anrl. Lawia. 12M B &rmood aad Jaha fjlaarr. Bt. T: ts . "PMU. Doy. Mrba and Tareaa Prters. St. TueeaTs normal, ooy. Krnon end Hilda Leaaa, St. Tlaoant a Hospital, girl. aad Kmata XcXlaaey. SOtl Barth. boy, aaaas aod May Ahem. 1001 IarlnrVon. boy twins. a . ftr aod Mary Bricklry. 1144 ooy. Wax aoo aad Edith Whitaker. 71S . catn. ooy. ?bert aad Mlaale Oerhart. MO H. Be-rUle. girl- Earl aad Jennie f'-- tn. S40S X. Gala. , Xerla and 'boy. Thelma Lis by. 1037 SOU Oakland. B. Thlr- I Chaiiea Uetb. riri aad Aaaa Brown. ! &aymoad and Ruby Oalbreath. 1210 Clifford and Lela L. 3029 W. Vermont. gtn. Oh-rer and ZTaa FTlnn. f 1 Jarkson. girt. Millard and Minerva Mataia. 1440 Chart, fart and SWlla Sayder. 07 Ktag. girt. rrankUn aad Harriet Scboeastra, 1044 M. Tenth, boy. Georre aad LucUe Campbell. 07 Brook-tda. girl. Death - Pi Cf1, R- Fsara, 15 H. West, esphyxlatlon. Jamea M. Magill. 49 years, 8 IS Jt. Pana-ayrvanla. acute cardtae dilatatioa. Dartd Bell. 40 years, 41 Proepeet. acute Bronebo pneumonia. Leoan Dmbarrer. S year. CUy Hospital. InN-rrulou menioritla. ,W,i,,m, Aleiandor Ketcham. 78 years, 4133 N Capitol, acnte gaatntle. Fred Oarnnrer. 43 years. 640 It. Sheffield. fuuuonarr luorrcuioata John Wiameier carcinoma. 40 years. 560 N. Temple. Fletcher. Elsaabeth Ward. 72 years. 1817 acute cardlae dllaUtion. Arthur J. Neirer R3 yeara. 821 8. New Jersey, acuta dilatation of heart. Mary Florence Kill ft beers. 2042 Hasel. premature birth. MelTina A. Camphea. 78 Tears. 18 X. Sherman drive, acute myocarditis. William Riiey. 42 year. 520 K. Iowa, asphyxiation. Jubue Albert Schuller. 74 years, 2003 S. Meridian, diabetio xanrrene. Amanda J. Irwin, 82 years. Thirtieth aod Sbadeland. broncho pneumonia. Balidlis Permits. OUrer Martin, office. 164A N. SenaU $35. Hpann Company, repairs. 740 Harmon. $60. C. C. Hearer, remodel. 233 Maeeachn-setta. S12.0O0. Tagrart Baklnf Company, remodel. 833 E. Market, f 1 4UO. J. W. Leonard, double. 2 MR N. PennayV vanla. SS.OOO. Bennett Kay. furnace. 8LS3 Park. $4 ROO. Banner Furniture Company, remodel. 33 S Meridian. $3 KX) Anna L. Darnell, reroof. 3C38 H. Illlnots. Sl&O. Fidelity Trnat Company, dwolltnc. 1431 If. Chfatcr. $1,800 Fid nilly Truat Company, dwelling. 1461 Chc.fr. $1,800 Mary Brook bank, parage, 016 Kaatern. $17. vr B Stewart. remodel. 2021 Collage, farage. 207 S. Keystone, f Ofwi. James Hlgrina, C. E. McHenzie !17 sign. 1 AOS Columbia. A. B. OmM A Son. elm. 1080 Hdell $160 Murat Rubber Company, aim. 309 E. New York. $100. BOARD OP PCBLIC W ORKS ROCTINE, FINAL ASSESSMENT ROLLS APPROVED. Arphait roadway: Pennsylvania at., from Forty-third to Forty-eixth t. Aaphait rcaurfa: St. Clair at, from Park are to Maaaachuartta are. Concrete roadway: Flfty-Srst at.. from Pennsylvania at. to Cbllege are. Indianapolis and Vicinity Brief Ketee ef the Day. a Women'e Auxiliary Local 130. National Federation of Poatofflce Clerk, will rive a New Year'e dance and card party Saturday evening at Odeon hall. The Indianapolia Onion Railway Sodal Club fare a holiday dance and card party Thursday evenimr in Odeon hall. Tha room waa decorated in holly and mistletoe. Several auiging and dancing atunla were pre Ben ted Golden Rule Lodce. No. 1. Independent Order of Shepherd, will cire s New Year a ere dance Saturday evening in Shepherds hall. Alabama and East Waehington atreeta. 17e Jolly Club will five s card party and prlae waits Saturday evening on the Beef-ateak farm. Thirtieth atreot and White river. av The Anna Gordon W. C. T. v. will meet at the Faith Home Saturday afternoon. The Gamma Phi Delta Soronty will hold a bn.rineaa meeting this evening at tbe home of Mia Miklrud Heehan. Pleaas Guilty te Theft. Walter Helm. 123 West Walnut street, arreeled aerveral day aro by Detectives Stooa and Everaon. pleaded ruilty to a eharre of petit larceny in oty court today aod was fined $1 and cota and aentenced to 100 dare on the Indiana State Farm bv Judse Walter Trite hard. Heinse admitted, the detectives ind. that be atole a diamond rlns: valueri at $75 from Mr B. R Brunaon. 1S59 North Talbot avenue, while be waa re-plruic a radiator at tbe house. The nnf waa returned to Mrs. Brunaon. Judge Pntcii-ard suspended the State Farm sentence. Oa rraadaleat Check Charge. After having been releaaed on his own recocnlsance last May In the criminal court, on recommendation of the United States public health aerrice officials at Mvton. foe treatment at the rovemmeol hospital there Claude E. Mahley. a veteran of the world war. waa arrested Thursday on order from Judxe James A. Collins, of the criminal court, for issulnx a fraudulent check. He ia held under a $3,000 bonda Mahley faced the m eort of charge last May. but was acquitted. Retwrna Frem Meeting. Harry Mc-Neeiy. manager of the freight and traffic bureau of the Indianapolis Chamber" of Commerce, ha returned from an organiiation meeting of traffic nvan-acer at Cincinnati, where plans for interchange of ideas and aesietance in rate matter between chambers of commerce in the orntral weat wer made. Mr. MeNerty aald central weat chambers of commerce will be represented together before rate-making commissions in many cases la the future. Pined eei Lienor Carres, George AntereiU. SOS East Waehinrtoa street, arrested a few days ago oa a eharre of operaticg A "blind tirer" mm a result of a raid at that addreve by Lieutenant Wink- i lev aad Sergeant Baker, wa fined SlOO and j coete by Judre Walter Prltcbard in oty mart tod v. Glenn Hams. 429 Hiawatha street, who wa arrested Chrtatmaa day oa a similar charge when Patrolman Gamarer found him carrying a Jug of "while male, wa fined $60 and ooele. Change la Cotnpaay Name. C. A. Patterson, president of tbe Tudlaya Electrotype Company, has announced that hereafter the name of the eompany ts to be the Patterson Engraving Company. Mr. Patterson says that" he hae had thia chanre under consideration for aome time. The In diana Electroty Company was started t ty-erven rears There is to be eta the ownership or axaaacament. Acsaaed af Embearleaneo. no c -ng Jesse Oollina. 27 North East arrested Thursday nicbt on a eharre of aa-besslement a a result of an affidavit Sled by Charles Ware. SIS Agnes iUiH. Detectives Dugan and Stewart said CoUrcs is accused rf having embesaied $16 belonging to Ware. Legion Baad te Meet. Tbe members of tbe Marion County Council Band of the American Legion wta bold n business meettng tonight at 8 o'clock in the crabrootna. Sixteenth aad rTinms streets. Ceuda-la. Jr. aad Tartiais raaa-H. Maaoa aad Mai an at C Baa- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mary Zopta to Kit la. XXZA face r 10th at, east frt Haoh 700X10 aaroet j. rorU to Tea. lot 47. W Bsacavtlio snbcfi S3xl27 loK. isBprorod. Wi BIOS Waranaa .X020.0O aorth of Waiaul at. Ada C. Strwna-b. biocai 10. Ho tana west end addition, 7a lea, vacant, avuta-wi eoraer Pershing are, and Wat-nut st S3S0UM ""'w ananai i Kaaia Ia WDsnpaay. io 1. . xagtosi etree admti son Ik and Waahingtoa f naviria m arwi m Hb7l-J-J- t Jamea W. Carr. lot 188. XerUvtew aaVhtiae, AS Ha 1S7 fee, vacant, eae etdo CarraUaaat ae north of Fittr-faon at SLOO Robert J. Orevw to Ones R, Crave, part northwest anarver. eecUoai 28, tit sussiin 17. raan S 111. acre Waahintaei tewaabip SS300 00 1 ynoa is. irova te Beanae Grove, saane.fl.oo John M. Pries et aL te Crown Cneen-teal Company, two parts eutlot 20. uaprwved, east at Sew Jersey et, eoaih of Sauta st SOjOO Arthar R. Burst te fauna W. Brown, lot 24. Kappas BQbdivialosL awtlot 107. SOxlSO fee, improved, east aide New Jsrary st, south ol Wyoming st. $500 00 Char lea O. WUhite to Margaret M. Clarke, part lot 3d. Araawtrong Park, 12il8 fast, vacant aoa tk vide SSd st, want ef Banner avw S206O0 Wllhaan L, E2dar te Harry R. Griffith aye iexs i a w . ap - i ww w -a imrm sv s aa. lenni JBa4faj aa ntavi ! addition, Perry towaanin SlOOXO Arthur W. Kaencher la Joeua P Ward et ux, lot 17. Parkstde additioo. S5xll0 feet. Improved, north atd Maryland et near Randolph at SI 0O0i0 Charie B. Broeaart to Praaa A. Far-wou. lot a. sguare . south Brook-aide addiuoo, 01&S feat, ixa-proved, wwsi avOe Dearborn et . south of Mowlwd av V4.OO0.00 EUlah White to Wtniaan C Wbile et U, lot S60. Jameson a anrood ad-btlon, 33x130 feet. Improved, west side Pershing avs, south of Wilkin st . tl.SOO.00 Charles E. Heoderaon et al. to John A. GrnfsBJller e uj., lot 78. Osgood's Forest Pa,,, 70XSH, tees, improved, northwest corner Park iZZZ rc,. S7.SO0 00 John L. Cower 11 to Harden Co-Beil. part lot 8 Baker subtUnaioa. part w-roim o. vownaaip ia. renc . Wayne township Jemwa L. Coaaa, to John L. OjmV part' same sertioa ... . .$0.00 $100 $1.00 $l0 .1M narrun VOssei to same, part m lion Bam to James L. aection part ame Russell T. Byers to Arthur O. wileoa," iou 77 and 78. Glenn enbdlvlaion. Brook audition. erlxlSA feet va- x.i1IIir:tul. Mjo" 01 Kauonal Investment ' Conispny " to Fraact W. Payne, lot SO. 61 S3 and S3, same subdiviaioa.- lot $7 and 08. urr b aunri subdivtslon, part aam adton, vac..t , . Thirteenth at . east of Hiawatha et. eMbdlvtalon . SI .00 W E Dedert to Carl W. Rosa, lot 11. FTAi:a H.o.-iar t Georre A Hill remeier. interest in lot 9 and 10 Mrupera Garfield park. JM12i leet. improveO. north ;d M.rh.ran ,ei?t, of BU railroad: lot N71 and 1 867. Mars Hill, par; southeast quarter, section 23. township 16 ranr 3. Perry townnhip and tot 4 and part 5. Biabop el aj.'a euhdin-aion. 64Usl30 feet, improved, north, aide Garfield dnva, west of Bnr- gOid St QQQ QQ Same to iim. V . biock 21. Forest' park 40x123 feet, vacant, west aide tJearborn st south of Newton are. and lot 1. Hllcsmeier'a rubdlvtsion. block 4. Beaty's admUoo, 42x138 ". vacant, nonhaast corner Ray-mood aod Appiegate eU SAOO 00 Sam to same, lot 1 and 2. Haradrs pollere ave. addition. SSHxlOO fee. Improved, southeast corner Cbllere ave and Piftr Oral st J3.000.00 Frank Hilremeier to Ceorce A. Hil-re meter, interest in part northwest quarter, aection 26. township 16 ran-e 3. Perry township '. .$1.00 Tremont Really Company to Paul R MeCelilp et ux.. lot 170. Clark's addition. HiUfbTtlle. 37x160 feet east aula Tremont at- south of Eleventh at . $1.00 Same to Alfred Wacyooer et ux, lot 177. eeme $x 00 Ilorenoe B. Hoiltday to Thaddeua R. Baker. Iruetee. part aouthweal Quarter, aection 0. township Id. ranarv 4. Waahington townahip .... $1.00 Globcenner Realty Company to Thorn F Darmodr et ux lot 1 We-tl rrsubdivlaioft part Waahincton He.rbt 60x131 feet. Improved, northeast corner Thlrtv-elghU) st. and Guilford avo Thomas A. O'Dell to Sherman Dnva .81.00 church, part lota 2 and 3. block 68. Bruihtwood. 60x186 feet, improved east aide Sherman drive, eouth of Twenty-eighth at SOO0.00 William L. Rice to Charles J. Van Taasrl et ux, lot 222. Woodcrofl. 40x146 iert. im pro red. east side Winlhrop ave.. south of 44 in at.. Eucene H. Brown to William T. brown, lot Ir4 Morrison aecood addition, 40x170 feet. Improved, east side Meridian at, north of 18lh street Carl Beyer at al. to Karoline Beyer, lota 10 and 11. Ray's aubdi vision part outlot 160. 60 2 3x120 fart, improved, northeast corner North and Douglas eta. Edwin E. Thompson et al. to Walter H. James et ux.. lot 6. Loncaore addlUon. Perry township Ruaaell W Lookahill at al. to lUlia-' ble Realty Company, part lota 21 to 23. 27. 28 and 20. Colonial Park, Warne townahip Farmers Trual Comoaar. trustee tW $1.00 . $1.00 . $1 OO $1 00 $1 OO William L. Hoffman et al.. lot 208 Drexel Gardens Wayne townahip . $140 00 Ruth Adams et al. to Cynthia a Medina, lot 8. Ayr a K. Waahlnanon st addition. 36x147 H feei Improved, waat aide Rural at south of Waehinarton at a nnn no Eli J. Rodlbaugh to Charie. A. Rodl-baugh. part southwest quarter sec tion a-z. townahip 17. ranare 3 Pike township. 20 scree .... Carl T Sehwartx to Mary 6' chwxti, lot 131. Rocky Rtppls addition. Waahington townahip CothreU Realty Company to Maynard E. Monroe lot 122. Hlllcreat addlUon. 40x121 ieet. vacant aoulh-east corner Palmer and Dawaoo sta Peart B Forsyth to Georr W aih .$1.00 $1.00 $100 aon. part lot 12. Downey et al 's Woodland Park SOxCOO feet, im- - proved, west tde Ritter era., south of University avs 90 846 OO Claude M. WHaon to Ernest A Tracy rt ux. lot 44. Picken et al. s addition. 35x137 "4 feet. Unproved east aide OevlU ir . north of Nw York et $1 OO Georre Y. Miller to William H O fk-ien. lot 184. lrvlnaton Park. 40x108 feet. Improved, east side Bancroft ave, eouth of Michij.n street S3.450.00 Standard Investment Company to Robert C. McColley. part lot 40 Fltcher et al.'a subdivision, outlot OS, etc . iOxl70 feet, improved, south aide Enflish svs. eat of Cedar at. . .$1,800.00 Transfers. 45- consideration. $34 863 OO MRS. SARAH ANN LIST DEAD Boay will be takea te FVaaaJIn. Her Pnarr Haass. Pr BariaL Funeral services for Mra Sarah Ann List, age seventy-four, who died Thursday at the home of her daughter. Miss Caroline McPonald. ii North Bolton avenue, will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the homt., The Rev. G. Allison, pastor of the Irvlngton Presbyterian church, will have charge of services. Burial will be at Franklin, where Mra List for merly lived. She was married to Theodore List, who died several years back st Franklin and came to Indianapolis about thirty-five years ago. SOCIIL SIDE OF CHURCHES The congregation of 8t Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church. Mccarty and North New Jersey streets, will elect truatees Sunday evening. Weat View Baptlat church will he-gin a revival meeting Sunday eve ning. The Rev. S. A. Hayworth. of j Danville, will be th vangellt Prof. George Chcnhall will have charge of the music The Rev. J. Luther Jones Is the pastor. More than 250 children of tbe Indianapolis Orphans' Home were enter- ; tained Thursday evening by the Tux- ' edo Method. st church with a New , Tear's program under the direction of Mrs. Harry Marquette. Th Tuxedo woman's quartet. Mrs. C D. Bash ura. - jw. r-v. . .1 r uit. . i the Oypsy Smith choir, were oa the program, Members of the Maple Road M. C church gave a surprise psrty Thursday evening for Mr. and Mra W. J. Condrey at their home. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, Smith Strickland. Mr. aad Mrs. Carl Strieklsnd. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hoyle. Miss Elisabeth aad Miss Martha Hoyle. Mr. and Mra H U. Rodlbaugh. Mr. snd Mra Frank Thomaa Mr. and Mra John OolL Rsy Brown. Henry Meyer. Mra C. r. Mathews. Miss Adels Stanaberry. Miss Ruth and Herbert Jenkins. Miss Ber-nice and Miss Luetic Bailey aad Mr. snd Mra Lee Neville. (2 antes aad "stunts" wsre enjoyed. seeth eats at t inal Kadao-acaar s aond INDIANA WOMAN USES SCIENTIFIC METHODS IN RAISING OF CHICKENS Mrs, Arthur Pickett. Beginning in Small Way, Has One of Largest and Most Modern Hatcheries in the Country Farm Is Near BloomingdaJe. rBy w. mr. Cw InsUs s N 1 BLOOM! NO DALE. Ind, Deo m her $8- After yaaxa ef expertmeatlag tn seleatlfte methods of raising chickens, Mrs. Arthar Pickett has one of tha largest chicken hatcheries la the co us try oa the Pickett farm, a short distance north of this place. It ts equipped with the latest Improved. Incubators and machinery. Begia-ning- with a few ehiekeaa and a am all number of eggs. Mm. Plchet Increased the chicken raising baslnees anttl la 1811 she had four hatchings, each consisting ef 28.04S sgga She raised aad sold from these hatchings, (LOSS cbtckeaa, representing t went y-th re pare blood breeds aad has la additlea to these, at pre seat, a bo at SOS chickens oa her farm, Mrs, Pickett ellmlnatee the middle man entirely aad sells the product of her hatcheries to the consumer direct, thns making a better profit far herself and saving the high cost to the purchaser. To supply the hatch ery. Ura Picket, la addition to the eggs gathered oa her own farm, buys the eggs from sixty farms la various parts of the state. Each of these farms haa an average of ISO laying i hena, aad each hen produces approai materv 108 ears a year. Of theeetl mated . eggs that Mrs. Pickett gets yearly about 498.0S0 go tato the 4 - MRS. ARTHUR PICKETT. Incubator. These are eggs carefully selected for hatching purposes, mi other too 000 are cull, but good for eating and cooking purposes and go on the market. rrwfewadwskal Caller. Besides operating her extensive hatchery, Mrs. Pickett Is said to be the only woman tn Indiana and perhaps tn the country who Is a professional culler. That la. she. by scien tific methods, picks from a flock or hens those thst are producers "who lay eggs enough for their keep and are not boarders who pay no board." explained Mra Pickett. The inability to do successful culling came to her after many years of Investigation and careful watching with the r.sult that now she can separate the producers from the nonproducers almost at a glance, and In a single handling. Thare are a number of cardinal points that must be observed in cull- tng the nonproducers in a flock of hens." said Mrs Pickett, "and if these paints ars carefully observed there la not much danger Oi maning mm a . Thrti srrades of hens come under these points. The first grade consist of the extra layers, hens that produce X00 eggs or more a year; the Second grade is the ordinary layer, who will pay for their keep by producing from 7 1 to 100 egg a year, and the third grade is the boarders who don't pay board, who don't pay for their keep, and are commonly called culls. These culls are really the best eaters and tbe farm woman who Is wise will sell them and keep only the producers. As a rule, the culls are the nicest looking and for that reason many farm women make the mistake of keeping them and selling their beet layers, which means, of course, a business loss." "What are the cardinal points on which successful culling Is based 7" Mra Pickett was asked. Telia A boot Marking?. I can explain them better by telling what the marking and significant points of a good producer should be," was the answer. "In the first place It is Impossible to tell much sbout a her until she has been laying at least a year. A No. 1 layer should have a whit beak, white eye ring, and white lega A hen with a long slender beak Is laxy and d es not reed herseit enough to be a good producer, while the hen with a broad, blunt beak eat. enough to kep tn good physic con- dltion. She should be large and dee, and well proportioned, thus giving i her a frame and slxe to manufacture eggs. The insiae or ner mourn snoui'i be white, the skin sort, oily and pliable, and her weight, of course, depends upon the breed. Another significant Indication of a good layer is her feathers. On a good layer the feathers are oily and the tall feathers all gone. The wtng festers are Indications of a good layer or of a boarder. Hens stop laying when molting. It takes about six weeks for a wing feather to fall out and grow in and It is easv to grade the laying ability of the hen from the number of wing feathers that are gone. The first-class layer won't have any of her wing feathers missing after the molting season and hena that loae their wing feathers a. ly In August are not good layers." From her records Mrs. Pickett showed the result of culling a flock of ' 210 hens. The number contained three i of the first rrad. 117 la tbe second nd ..TeBty la the third grade. 5-L" i' . , .v.. ..i nili the market at one because they were what she called "boarders. Tbe Pickett farm consists of about 12$ acres and ts owned Jointly by Mr. and Mrs, Pickett. Sir. Pickett Is a stork mart and farmer and looks after the farm work generally, as well ss assisting Mra Pickett very materially In the chicken raising buslnesn Like his wife. Mr. Pickett eliminates the middlemen in disposing of products of the farm, which are sold direct by him ' to the consumer. He does not sell his hogs In bulk, but grinds them up Into sausage and In 121 sold 1.200 pounds 'of this sauaags. Hs sold the aame year 100 pounds of butter a week, many hundreds of doxens of egga and many doxens of culled chickena j PVsmw In Ceeatry. "While I have always been Interested In the raising of chickena" said Mra Pickett. "I determined to go Into ! it on a large scale really to have a place In the country where 1 could ! rear my children. Mr. Plck'tt ts a dvll snglneer and waa surveyor of Parke county for eight years and used I to drive to and from our home dally but as the business increased and I needed' hep he gT more attention to the farm. I did not wish to rear my children la the city and ao we started this chicken farm for the mala pur-poee of keoptag our children boey wbea they were not In school. I get - few chickens. set the hens and raised the chickens. Then I had some Incubator made from aid dry good boxen, and as the business I ner eased w began to purchase the laryest aad most Improved Incubators and ma -c binary that we could find. The result la that we are doing a very largo bust neea and w are all healthy snd happy tn our work. We ar net aa far from ths aches la but our chlldxea can attend, and that la mack better la mv epiaon than living la tbe dty." Mr. and Mrs, Pickett have one daughter who is a acvl teacher la North Dakota, and two hanky lads at home, aad one eangnter. Mies Helen. be In additlea to gokgg to school ts learning- the chicken ret stag business frexa her mother. Besides the chickens. Miss Ilerea. who Is a bnghl-eyad vmmmr rtrl . , v , . - . t . . . ! tentlon to two hnara v allow rata bjJ respoetlvely Pwmpkla and Sqaaab, "I do aot hwUev in roaagrel chtck- saia Mrs. Pickett. "I always wanted pare bred aad will raise nothlsg else. Prom a very smalt oegmainr 1 am Sow raising a large number of the following; par blood chickens -Black . Langahaa. Light P rah ma a. fark nrahmaa. White Plymouth Rocks, Buff Plymouth Rock. Barred Plymowt Rock a Hose Comb Rhode Island Reds, Single Comb Rhode Island Rede, Golden T?yandottea. Silver Wyardottea, Columbian Wyaa-dottee. Black Mlnercaa. COralab, ftpaalah Anoouae, White Legberms, Buff Leghorns, Brown Legs eras a. Bine Anaalusiaa. White Omtnsrtana. Bait Orpi ngtoaa. Back Orpingtona Bnatassa la Espial aad. "Th culling buslaesa." explained Mrs. Pickett, "begins with the be a. but does set stop with her. Plrst we cull the bene to gt the good layers. Thea we coll the egga to get good hatchers, and finally we call the result of the Incubator to keep up tbe strain.- The culling of erxs Is aot a difficult task. A desea eggs for good hatching purposes should weigh from one pound and six ounces in a small breed to two pounds la a large breed. Tbe culled eggs, or course, are put oa the market and w get th market price for them- The mala point in raising chickens Is to get good laying hens, for thst is where the money la Poor layers don't pay their board bill and should be disponed of at ones," "Io yon raise game ehlckensr "Not many. Tou kaew we are all Quakers down here, aad we don't believe In fighting. I have a few game chickena, but I have to keep them away to themselves, because they kill all ef the aoBcombataat that come aear them.1 "Tour opinion Is thea that the hea Is the real Ameficaa bird, aad not the eagle?" was suggested to Mra Pickett, who laughed at the question.. "No, I would not say that. I am a real Amsrlcaa aad I believe ta real Americas lastituUona aad I believe In sustaining them, but I have a greet admiration for the American hen and a strong belief In her ability to save the country. Ia theee hard times I have had many occasions te see want she can do. I know that tn some nlacvS aha has fnrnlahad tha ffMwt a a.1 clothing for whole famine, aad maay time I have been requested to pay iTLI'xJ! LIV J ?Jfr?h.Vdr crt,B 1Jk . 1 ? "d " l. lh-J.y be mentioned- About the onlv thlna we hear from her Is a cackle, but take it from one who has bed large ex pe-rtence with her. 'She Is mighty strong at the bank.' " STILLMAN CASE TO CANADA Wlfa Osm to Leave fa Wlt- bssih la DlTwrew A e tie a. MONTREAL To ember 10. The Stlllman divorce case shifted today to Canada. Mrs. Anne U. atlllman, defendant In tbe suit brought by James A, Stlllman. New York banker, passed through the city on hr way to Orand Anse. where Is situated the lodge la which the banker alleges Mrs. Stlll ma we coi man and Fred Beauvala, Indian guide. re logemer. airs, stlllman haa me to Canada to Una un bar wit. nesses for hearings to open here Jan- ' " a . uvum, . inwyar a p- II. ir pointed to take ths testimony of the ts Orand Anse witnesses, today received nis commission and proceeded to arrange for the Canadian hearings. It Is expected thst twenty witnesses, in-eluding Beauvais. will ba called. Two prominent Montreal lawyers have been retained by tbe oppoaiag sldea Uuatave Deeaulnler. K. C. a professor of law st Montreal Untvcr-mtlJt T.UI 'Present Mra Stlllman. while Mr. Stlllman s ease will be In the hands of N. K. Laflsme. K. C-. aa authority on Canadian criminal law. AGREEMENT IN HYrUT CASE Attorneys Ask Xew Trial fr Convicted of Vehicle Taklag. Judge James A. Collins, of the criminal court, today hesrd arguments af attorneys on a motion for a new trial for Ruasel Hyatt, 'who waa indicted by the grand Jury In July oa a charge of vehicle taking. He was found guilty nnd sentenced to the State Reformatory for ose to fourteen year. Judge Collins deferred decision. The motion asserted that the conviction was contrary to law and that It was not sustained by the evidence and that the court made errors In tha course or the trial Ifvat . W . A ; )n Bn indictment with two other with j stealing an automobile belonging to ,7,.I"j .V"' DIU'aBtJ- ,lr'1 June fillll TY flC nrCCDTinfJ j wi- wi ara.wa.it iwit. Private Milton Kemp Senfrmewd te tlx Mentha In Gaafkease, Private Milton Kemp, of Randolph county, was found guilty oa a charge of desertion from the United State army when -tried by a special eonrt-martial at Ft. Benjamin Harrison tods y and was sentenced to six month In th guardhouse. Kemp deeerted from the army at Camp Orsnt, I1L. September It. 1920. and wa captured in Randolph county. October 8 thle year. Captain Fred W. Adams, af tbe Uth United States Infantry, served as & resident of the court and Lienteaaat lllton A. HIM as Judge advocate. Lieutenant Chester Hals ley defended the prisoner. e t i ' -f. lh" mr.1" - - "Little Mary,- as can hen. She may aot appear ta thml WK. th pt name abe was r"' writ- knVwn by to bWVeUUvea. tng of great eveats her aame mav not i. - ..... ..Tn ... WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. - Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you sn not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by phichn over 22 years and proved safe by millions, for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis). Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain, Accept only "Bayer" package which contains rper direct! cr-X. Ilaadj "TJsvwr- bag, ef It tablet-. Ala beiUcs of 21 aval lOZrvsirta. Asatrla at ths trad star af Bay Wissfisssm ec Mm sastlsst1.1sTai af MAHCATilElJEARBHIiG: VICTIM OF ii BOYD A, MANN WtTLtAStO FR0U PCTTRSBURQ JAIL. NEGRO V0MA?l IS F01ED 1 Special to Tbe tadiaaapabe Beer rETERSBTjRjr. Ind.. December It. VoodooUn. a-rr use Ion aad a a4ov , for atd almost smocseded la obtaining a letter, which won 18 kave reeinected with a murder ta Alabama Boys A." Mann, of Petersburg, who waa re- ased yesterday follow tag his ar irest Tuesday at tae reauest ef aollra at Birmlaghaxo, Ala. A later meeaag-a said there waa not saffVle-nt evidence to hold bias, , A youag m'aa dlaappaared la Blr-" mlngkam two gear ago, aad Mean. then a reeideat of Blrmlaghasa. lived 1 la the nsigkbvtrhoe-e, where he waa last seen, Maaa later left the sceth- . era city to aeek work la tha al . wlaea in the northern sta lea. Ho llvoa at a number of cities, and came herw fro i avaasvuie la Car to bar. nil. ai obtained a job as track layer with tho Simplex Coal Company, aad aaa veen employed there ever el aoa. Mo Effort ta Ride Identify. No effort was made ta Bide Bis Identity, for la writing back ta Birmingham to friends aad relatives evea the return ad drees waa writ tea oa the outside of the envelope, Whea ' a negro woman, riving- tha aarne of . Lola Walker, arrived here Tuesday, posing aa a fortune teller aha vietted . the home of Mra Maaa, and I as is tad oa telling Mm Manas fort una. Later she told M fa. Mann abe waa la deep trouble and asked Mra Maaa ta write a letter tor her to her mother wbooe home was In Birmtnghasn. Aia, Pealing sorry for tbo wnmaa. Mrs. . Maaa agreed to write the letter, bat v was pusxled when the negro woman, gave the name of Mrs, Mann's moth- er as the party ta whom tha letter1 was being written, in the letter which. the negro woman dictated It waa aald . that the writer had bee a worrying for some time over a secret eke Bund been carrying with bar, aad that she. wished to relieve her mind, aad the mind ef-hr relatives; that aha kaew . that she had been aocuaed of taur-1 daring a boy ta Birmingham, aad . that h had Had the city shortly, sfter the crime was ommltted, bat la v fleet ar the city It waa aot fear foe. i nerseir, put rear rer ner naabano.v who she knew bad committed tha crime aad whom she waa thleldla. I Ptaeevses Ween's Motive. It was also said la the letter that, she fled with htm. bat that tha wer--f wished her fami'y to kaow tha truth. ( that she waa not con seeled with tha ( I murder, but the crime had been cava. ml t ted by her hu.ba.d. yb.a that. Mean realised that she had wtittsa a a complete confession of a murder, ends that If she signed the nam "Little Mary." the aame br which she was ( known In Birmingham, the letter might later be aaed for blackmail purpose, or, la eveat a murder had been committed, used agalast her husband a evidence, . Instead of giving the letter to tha ? disguised fortuns teller. Mra, Mann tor the letter Into strips and threw th pieces Into the fire, aad bad Bsr guest good. by. . Maaa waa aot the toast disturbed by Mb arrest, and teld officers It wage not his Intention t fight extradition, art If ha was guilty of any crime la the southern city It was new ta Mm, . and that hs wishes to return ta Blr-mtngham. and elesr his aame. Cuticura Soap Ia Idea) for The- Compldon SJWM.X.SUM (MBAOACMta- BTOMACM ii AMP WRetVOOB fsxr rirtlL I There's healtfiih this Box fbryoui - CotxstlpatiotL or costira. cess, causes 937 ol sH . bgrnsn ills, 1 Aroid cotv stjpaiicm throe ch sctlcra from Dilaxio tablets triad frota th fg moras Dilsxla preacriptioo. alt jour drclts, 50c . NBII 0M?lr.s , letter waa romnletaa tha ewtlneaxl f.- rLA . . ?ife ' i V -. T - s 6 i r t 1 ,wwnrryfw -rr- WTWVW.M- IU 1J ""ir IK 141 in

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 19,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free