The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on January 27, 1921 · Page 19
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I CHRISTIE ASSERTS BILL CONTAINS fiO "JOKER" DEFENDS HALF - CENT LEVY FOR EXPERIMENT STATION. FARMER MEMBERS' MEETING ' - a. J. 0;rf:, !iffr(ff of th Agrt - filtl tlUriM.rjn diVin.'Ofl At Ptif. " im - nr;y, 44red a tv.ttiir.ie f farrr.er - n.mber of thlr5iature In th liu( hm5ir Wednesday eve - f"r J1 h frer,t4 th mer - ti - 0 fnad irj th house Wednesday that tae till l.'itro4ucl by Represent .fU ' Johnson, of Morgan county, pr.vi - tin V, - oitt Jtry for th agricultural eUttlor., 'contained A 'joker." If eiptjnd in flra.;j what th bill r Main. f. the us. to wfcien tb n.ory WOliH l,m r.ut. . fTbrll weekly to 4.cij bj)M hefor t'; liialur, make no Attempt to i - md wen. here of th organixaun to ! - . - . gWL it baa ta 44 by Krl Crawford.' chairman " - of' th i.'Jmmiiw or I. !di1 tii Ji.rt).a ,,f Farmera' Associations, la uri - ort of h Jr.hi8a bill. Ha M th organization ttm represents M1 M out 'i'i - ii,ntiifm iW acn int. end that th majority f re - j.Ji indicated that tri farmere ,f ih Uu fvr th H'Cetit levy for n etperir - erit station. Mr. "Trd ared that th money provided tn.tfc MM hojld rtt b retarded a expenditure, but a an Is vestment, ' W rri to eliminat nonessentials, ft it.ials, t any pros - ram of '"mwJi" h said, "ft fm rtcsary fr the farmer to rut down produ. iin ix;fi, n i iiiA same i n is. ir production. Ihm yperirnnl scawon t r.ejprui in ating tiua. ;0Mr at Itltatiaw Mr. flhr'tii 1 1 I4 that thoa who asserted! that . Iher is a "Joker In "th Jh r ar,n bill were oriseiijaly Vr t;jc',rcMjsly undermining th us, f.ilnee rif th exprrirnent station, lis al4 (that cnr th Itrmt - rt ,. tfn iM:i'u ,f th ntrtty ao4 bontir i,l tho f - onjuf in th at - tlfn, tij, inMtulr m tit hi aa VtndAn!, it itH th Jnbnu,. hut allnjtf f r!"t th Malh l.itl, t.4 iq art4 atr atnuid - t'i't ;1 " - V t'prf.prtaf4 7t.0 fr th atation, )l a)4 that it la trua that ur4r lhr lawa 'Hnfhlrir mrm than i0 ObO I ap - irfprlt4, nrhlh f.anara Ihrotian th haj. - ! otfh prlmnt atattn. but ' r,tll thl iuiu'M r - rt'4 ,. ,r t"Tmftal wtu. 11 i4 ,that a far aa'th - rrmrtt tiillon ti ronrrn1 all Uwa atprf.prltlni motir rln Ihf '! ih hanla ,r th tatlon w.tj4 b r - p'alt an4 tha rimtiti U(t - n wfui4 rnArrly h - iretlv4 t,t with t.Tiirtr.tl worn. ( ctU4! .lhat l atpfjiratM for hoe rhrtir conirrvl ar4 ft. 004 to th - rrmry !Tia Uw, brlndnr fh total Hum appropriate n t ii.oio viw r fcita,. - ::.' if, J. Th acrkultural axitmtnt it t)nn,' at! IlprearnJtl, HrhuJtx, "wm Ih nrriit of any of our atata Irmiinitl'Jna tt lvtna: vain rrM tor l.4 mny w iut into it h bfliev th trmertt ata tif.n noul4 r - rlv th amount r. qtil4. hut that policy etf air let rcortomr huJ4 h prt tr4 wttn appruprlauna In Knrat. 11 aa(4 that jrrf.i iiaontnt uM raalt from Jn - ralna: tha hurdan nt .. - ; an4 nlor. not to Ift tht e.ftn of ih. uifmMrU known th - r"l'i'r" J - a.U;tur. John . ISryT!, f for.n, - prca. Unt of th Indiana K1TBt!on of , V armera AnanrUtlon. tolrt th tear Ulatora many or thHr prohlma rouli wtth - th opponln - lntratc to 1. frrTtnji trhnf atnk a..a.a. rop.ra. hpraklna; f th prr.poaf - 4 approprfjtlon fr th irxrmnt jriallnn h .! I wo.iM l of mar - hnflt to thw Muh i In th ritimm town than th rarmars. And tt waa : a!.; Arpl;,r tb frm" - CHIROPRACTOR OBJECTS. . ) llraatallr Iloa Vra; t'oaaaatt t t Kill llralth orrtrar nut. nurn and iaJth of fleer till waa . trait at a mttnw nf iKa .mv luuiuni and haaHh WrHnlay vnina;. Ftrpr. nllv Uoaa. of Kt. VVyn. a chiropractor. urrd that th Mil t . - i.prarniUra lllih and Julia" Tt Klan apnhj. Inhhalf of th hilt Mr. Hon aa.14 h fard tha t.ill affft rhlroprai'tora advrraaly,; Tha hill rn..lrl . 1.' rhanta and tlnranta to obtain prr. , ... ifiii niB a(.f noaru or nhar . mary to lt proprietary madfdnfa 1 r '.rrf,ry f ha Indiana .......... r... v.. i AfiiH'itiinn, apok in favor of th Mil. u u iUnnan, rmo, rt.tlnr a t'ohimhua, Ind , manufae. K lTOrtury mclic,n THREE UNDER ARREST. i v - T M 1114 1 rartl ym Maltakrr llkhry. Thr youna; nio stvina; thlr .tiumifH aa 1 to ward - Kuhn, J llodbrook atrt; lirrnr I'vh. 1J08 (iranc lrrt. and Karl tiadd. 1010 Hosbrook etrt. rre ar rte,l V.ln,jy ntltrnnnn h trolman tJsua n ronnrcllon wtlh th Iniuiry t n t th robbery Tuday aft mo. - .n of William It. VhitKr' pro - Printer of a hay and f.d atora at Vlrpmi arnu. Whltakar waa brutally hatn or th hr4 and lft unroria.Mou. Th thiva took from him, II t at the v'lty lioa - Hal. ' ALMON P. DICKEY DIES. - - tla rrartt4 la taHaaaaoUa rr nity Tra. Almon 1L IXckry. Age vnty.nu .an attorney la Indlanapolia for half a fFTUury, llrd at hi horn. 1011 Col Ur ittnu. WdnraJay, tla waa born at Palton ,Ind. Mr. !Vkr u mtniht - r of th In Jianai.oiis nr Aa - inM irttiort and f ' th KnlehJa of Vrthiaa lodKTP. A widow urvtva J - unrral crvirra will h hM at th rnH m0r'!,?,r' At FOR TXt r I without extra chanre for the convenience! opcriw over iuy t it - . vv tores that's why! Khx ' Ladies . I Huits ...$35.00 'h&Ui Ladies KV Men's ; Coals ...$27J0 CREDIT It is just as pleasant and crVrable to purchase en easy payments today as it is to patronize the average "Cash" s to fe providing you "choose th right store. Try us. Tim A MRS. VAMPLER SENTENCED " .I.. - f Waaaaa, Wk Hr Mwat Taraa la rrt. . - "Kra. Mbl WmtnpUr. gr twenty - c - a. Mho. tight ttKatfc Ay, atan - 4tt4 bcr.yAr - ol4 tAby by rvuhirtig into hu in Booth atrert, harsd - inti lb tbild t A womArt Aud aayiB - would rrtara Is a few : minute. thrti diflafrring, w act - c4 to th XVoman'a JrUon Jor U moetba nl lini. Aad. eoata fcy Jade Krn J, JLajsr to Jnrtml trt t - c - r hi fc waa tvutvX rJUy f a hrgtOC tSi?4 js1C J& tlrlma - lY. wbo wa Arrt4 with the woman :ht tfc polK found br ut w.k. waa atnc4 to thr tat Farm for ! month a4 fiaed fl J rftata,'.' - ; - . Th hoy waa mad a ward of th ffmrt by Jade Lafcr a4 ffrta i'.t b raA3 f pl ft i A fem. Tb bay h tw kept at th City Ho pital lni tn J;wappearaae of Mr a uwpin lat. a, Kr tfiOBtha. fKrfrjina; waa know a of H parentage, Attach at ih Mpittl ttv n thf?d th cam, V.'AAtA Court. ' WATOp!r r her Add ra. V''1 - 4 l Vlroia ato. b obtAlB4 a diore, court Offir.lala aaidj . . ; ,. ; ; ' ! - a i ' ' COAL COMPANY ENJ0!f,ED. Al mi Umimm la4 Xarl4 la - rAj wrt t'aa. ; Juda; Ai 13, Andron today arrasl. 4 a Umtortrr ifiiuiirtinn on m tiUn of John .T. "'Dunl'rAtL. dv. I laad, prtaldrnt of tb Iilak ' ti.Atno4 t oal Company, to yeatrAin WllfiACT1. R - hrIa:k And th Jl lli Coal to mm property iar Uaton pndnif i tnai ot tn a arrowinir ot of a fontrovrray - aa - i th ownrhi of th property, fh lnjt;Ftrtio4 waa mad r - 4f.roeaJ without bod, " ., baa brourht action cinat HHrolwck. Nlrfeia.a and timr) Goodman,. 1111 It Voatow a4 th i Anion iruat torn pa y. Tb feiil ata forth that Nirhclaa oodtno Ki4 th prnrty to th Plaintiff fa. innKt and that a dd aad a hrk for ti wf - r plAd wtttj th Umnji Truat Corr.PAfty pndtngr receipt of an ab - rrran from JWms, It la a1!rI that tfoodman ttr otd th propyl, y to HhrolBrk. Tb trlaJ of th ra Wilt b to afrt iKi. Aarn.r.ht. of th land, whlr.lt romprta iht n ara Adjoinlnc th property of th lilack liamoni Coal Company. REAL ESTATE MEW MEET. ' - ,f i - .'' - "iia iBjiaa1.iBaaaa.ii 11 Arrival ( Drlrnlr frt I.aarbroa at Aa4raou WI to Tb Iwsianapoti . A NDKIUFSON. , I od, J n uary l? - .Ap - prtlmAtlyt) rAl ratat mn from twnty eountloa In IndiAnA Attndd a mtlnB of h lntrat district And Ih board xt rovernor of th IndUnA 111 tt Aoat)oii br thla afti rrnooa. Itrcaua of tb lat arrival of th dla:ata, a Ionchort planned by th local ral ratal aaaoeiatlon for noon waa Abandond - - . Ifidianapoila, with tnor tbp twn .L?' ft4 H rrt JirA tion. other dtiratloiia cam from Mncl. Itlrhmond. Marion. Kokomo. Nobiviil and othar cittr aod towns In nortn and at part of th ataf. In an Informal dtuaaton bfor th l .f, . ,?1a,4 be """I nplton to th i'i'J. t0 - lf" at dffalrra in Indiana. Juprwrtr of th mraattr. nr - I0r.v Jtattiirfc - - bUvd. ?OWiTrltht ihy b Abl to oiVl.'.t ,h of moat of, th rrattora. r , FALL FATAL TO WOMAN. "'J ' 1 ' - ,vSv. - Hra, Cn Irakart, mt fimw Wawa - k. Dla mt lhmtnr4 IkalL ISnrfta) i Th indianapoUa wl KENDALLVIW.B. Jndi jAouary ST. Mra. CorA Eamhart. a - lty. vrtf f Jiohrt Karnhart. fU through a trap door at fcf hem ur Wiwt. J"1 'htv, - tTlklntf th cmnt rfi0' l',,r Fracturlnar hr lUi1'1"1!. dUd ft hour Uur without rcovrln conaclouan. In ad - dition to hrr hu?band. W. U Kh w. nty' A1' agrrX!yja!khtrt f UNDR FEDERAL; CHARGE.: ClArr4 Maa ArrAt4 far tattnaT I War Rlak laawraar Aet. Frank S. Ileam. deputy United 6Ut marahal, today Arratd Prd GHffln. Colored;' at 61 Wat North4 alraet, oa a tjharg tt violating the war rink Inauranc Act. Orlffln ) wntd .at camp lodff, la whrr it ta raid h mad fa)a atatrmcnta on hlH Information for allotment of pay wlill tn th arrny. It la charged he rportd h did not hav a wlfa when. In fact. LriiclU t.rlfrtn. IJJ9 North bnat Avrnu. waa hi wlf. '. i l'"a Iad aa lUllrwA!. ISprtU to Tb IndlanapoUi 5c wi) JIAMilOXD, Ind, JanuAry St. Mr. Abba GrmAR, a rclua. who ll?l In ahanty nar th Haltimor Ohio railroad. In r.aat Chiraco. waa found dead on th track today, by a yardtnaater. It la btiavi ah. - u lu"" ot man a i a as a. Prices Ag 5avf7ig ie Builder $8.00 per 1,000 ": Square Feet Since December 10th The Cornell Wood - Products Company of Cliico hiw just notified 10,000 lumber dealers throughout America of another reduction of 4.00 per 1,000 square feet in the price of Cornell Panels. This follows a like reduction of $4.00 made in December, making a total reduction of $8.00 per 1,000 square feet in 46 days. This company has been quick to recognize the national need for a general reduction in the cost of building con - struction,as expressed by the building industry and par - cuMythe resolution adopted by the National Budding Materials conference in Chicago, January 21st and 22da - The substantial nature of these reductions places Cor - ne!iT - Board on a fosis that enables home owners and builders to proceed with spring construction with every assurance of a rock - bottom price. CORlLL WOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY General Offices: Chicago ;w . Waler Power, Mills and Timberlands in Wisconsin THE NINETEEN CASES FOR FARDOH BOARD ACTIOli FIRST MEETING 14CHDAY VH - DER COVERNOR'S RULING. N'EVV PUM FOR APPEALS Tfe arat thts cf tha tat board f Prdoa, ai&e AaaralB tt b - lArr4 flI4 of datira aa or!ere4 by CTroor iiCray rwnt3y. b. bfi Bttwae for Moaday. Kftta BWwt P"1 c4as tfc board ? chTr0' r ef thra minor ra!T i v - ti5mBrjr 'hat b bn i !.!n lHrd w ' u t lmmdlatly ait ?l.llr th1 on ts fw - t STl e - retrr of the board, board will n nrmt par. l Appal breaftr art to iTf., J. li th prdon boArd. and .I!!, "rMii. th board - will ma rwomiM(Uti for th Or - tort ApprovAl or diaapprovaL f L' - - .f tefjawi rfrrd t th ro ror ratio at the com rB mnn fHwa: boVt i.T r. bw: tut. rT " " ' m,;. "ill rrtnuB r mrm. wlii!? f AoI tVZJJ - "othji a4 a fto okttn. frj . , m bm ei ?.f and ooaLa um.i,. . v - . ,f!fi t tetr rwa. burrlaryl LrZVWHMIW,p ' wAaJrrd to (A f1 tty wit intent U.,ir,t.irr - vanOrtonr ottty. Jana - uL?' ho to ,mit 10l""t alf9' lrtaaM romrty.t Jaly. Kor - bwt. ety rwirl. 'fa. SSiZJz .lb,nr j Krm! l'JJon ( turwr 1 ; Stat .'tt11 fHow wuatr. October 25. . avfototia yai. ate abac asiam. tlrJraTr aoif flOO. uurtylay J. W. Oramanar. ttU Prtoaa. - v - Mit - ris. armn. orMarht yra: la - irTnK rW1l0rT 'T1 to lb Slat o'?Cl7',c7 - A,,,l wtjr; f January &JiJElS?mm a?T5 t,PHnit - JUwr eoonty. Jury aatao4 to lour mooUa ib , County Zml?? - ,1!ZbUtorn atT. R - thra yar. wtf d - rtio; KUU Pnaon. fL.ft"; fcJhrt omioty. Kotanbor I?12 - rsUuon of liquor Ui; flmt $100 and ornMaoad to tb Att rmrta for Uir ariiaiaa. tlarrtaoo ITtfaKnt. Androo tty T court. PUBLIC SERVICE HEARING. BUI to Abollak CwaaaalawJoa f Urn DU - eaA Toalckt. ' - r. ' RpraaUtlves of th cities of EvABkvlH mnd Ft WAyn. th Indl. anapolia Chamber of Commerce. And other ortanlzatlona will Attend the publlo , heartnc bfor Judiciary A committee of tb houae on th bill Introduced to Abolish th public rv. ic coramiMlon. J"h bearine; will be In the houa chamber At 1:19 o'clock tbia evenina". 1' . - lUaplutlona - th. Eraatvfn And Ft. AVAyn comrpan councila hav bn paeaed nd jforwarded - to mm - bra of th lecialatur. .atklnr that th commiaaton b abollahed. and It I, aald that lark delegations will b bar to AruT arainat th retrn. tion of th coramiaston. Th Indlanapolia Chamber of Commerc Adopted reaolutlona Aatnst aboliah - Ins th commiaaion. i - , The Indlanapolia chamber will be' represented At t he hearing this eve nlBI by Icb Miller. Alex Vonnearut, John' V. White. Ualph BAmberarer. llomney "Wlllaon. L. ioy Zapf And I A. ColemAtw Jamee Tfalarrove, secretary, of the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce, called John II. Heynotda. eertry of th IndianapoUa Chamber of Commerce, today on tb telephone Aaklngr him to appear at the hearing and to mak a vigorous pro - teat AgAinat the Smith bill in the nam of the bhelbyvllle chamber. I' ill . $13,000,000 FOR HOSPITALS ..: - :;y - '. - .i - .ii, ,.; - ' - UaaM Cawaitle Re wort Veteraae' ..X'AM AaataarlatUaai, ? VUSHIKGTON. JanuAry ZlX - A bill Appropriating $13.00.000 for boa - piUla for soldiers was reported by ths bouse building com - twHte. It provides for th erection of f tv regional hospitals At a coat of $2,600,000 ch, and $600 000 fof Improvement of hospltala at nriiAii i jr m am - . aaa' LDLUArOLIS NEWS, TOUESDAY; JAXUARV.27; PROBLEMS ARE DISCUSSED BY RETAIL HARDWARE MEN Dtega - t AatioaAt Cwaveottaa at 'XowJvtIb 5iaa Stat Xrtt - vf - . fca - aMdaBi. a5 - v "Saceeraf ally ' " BvAdlog tb" Question tit , Price fa tie SaJo r Qaality MrbAB4ie" waa tb aabjert of as addreas by & O - Weir, Lwat cb. At tb lodiAAA. KetAU liArd - war AaaociatloR cxaveatioa At the AtitlsjfBm today. Tb third ac - lioa of the "questioa box diacua - ih TlU Hardware t - tor waa cottductl by txu is Hartbolo - riew, WicMgaa City. a4 F. L Saint, hart. CI 'at on, and lnclodetf bartac aeiltrtg And advertiatag. Ipt)Ctes to th Ltowtsvfllo nAtlonAl oneatio were Announced aa f ol - tow; Allen CAmpb - elb CoAtesvUie; J - 1 fiwinhOBt. Butiervill; EL w. JeBnintra. Farmeraburg: C jr. Totint, FAnind; W. K. !. "La port; Harry Tbomaa. Cbsrobueeo - Alter - natj: T. A. lAke, Morrantowa; K. k. VAgr. North Vernon; p. J. Stanley, Hagerstowa; R. IL Johnaon. Mohock; lArl CArter. Hill bom. and LhHm Bartbolomew. Mk - fctran oty. At tb . mornicg esoa a report waa read by tb BuffAlo AAtioaAl Wraton conraittee. enaiaUnc; f v - J. Barker. CwtMrrrJilt; l. Wray ?.,Yrrf - Shelbyria, and W. O. Scott. At the Afternoon session tb foartb set - Uon of th "qaeatloa box" tficns - alon deU with atoek ArrAsgemat and snow window a And waa rondnct - S T,S BrteL KvAnarlU, aod ti U. - taagbertyr Prtnetoa. - . v - ,RBr w4il h W tonfrbt la tb RiIt room rt the ClayoooL at whlea Wallace Brae AmaSarChi - cago. wi!l spAk - ' WILL MOVE RELIEF WHEAT " " 1 - Ball Warkrra Ixeaderw Mak Offer t . He root llowre. . CLEVKLAKD. Janunry 2t - Engin And train crews to more (0.000.999 bahl of wheat to bo contributed by western farmers todAy were offered fJrJI.,"'01 'or th men s LVr - n 4,rrbrt Hoover. In rharre of rellvlnr starvation unoir the feaThrP, - r,UUoM 9t Kur Tnd Cbln! - 11 . WM contAined la a tel. gram to Hoover and aald it waa b - litrr,.vrTmBVmBl wade raijroada to aupply aolld trains to transport tbia wheAt to conat cities fre of cbarg. Th met. rrand chief of tb engineers: U E. fffV? eprJi"t h conductor a. w. fi. Carter, president of th th trainmen. n tAnll WtllanJ.' prraldent of th Halt more A phlo railroad, baa wired Stone pledging hla aaslstAnc and co - operAtion. - MVMaMaaMlawaaanBWnwawaBaBanBnna GIVES VIEW ON BOXING. : Leb gaya Only Stake or Wager Make It lalawfaL That tbr Is no violation of th Iaw in hAving a' boxing exhibition wher no etak Or wager Is laid. Is th unofTlclal opinion of U. & Uesh. Attorney - generAt. in answer to a question on tb subject by Iuis EL. Finake, of the John Jvtlller Post of the American Lesion st Michigan - City. S4 h saya "our higher courts hav held that to constitat prlae fichting thr must b a contest for a staks or a wager. Z , Favor Levy for Iload Balldiag. (Spectai to Tbo IndianapoUa Kwa KEW ALBANY. Ind, January t7. At a ,Jolnt meeting of the ChAtnbr of Commrc. th Toung Business Men's Club, the notary Club And th Floyd County Motor Club, Wednesdsy nlicht. a, resolution waa adopted ladoraiaif levy for state - highway construction work. Th resolution also favored keeping the automobil licna fund msCJi5nf tb t?U. h,nwF com - HIGHER COURTS' RECORD. : i j ft laaiAaaaa f v ' trpajcjcB oocbt action. - : - ' S30i. Cltr of Indlanapolia ve. Alfred BarttaeU adminlatrator. Bartbolooaw C C. Appla biottou to disnuaa la ovarmled. 2325. Vlbaaa H. D.via. exen,ur va. John J'. Bafeb t at. Bu - tholonew C. C. Ap - pellant'a petiUoa for raboartnr la denied. v SUPREStK COCBT XIKUTES. ' - S38S9. Tboma A. Spy t ai. vs. Logans - trwt Loan and Trust Company, executor. Kiaml C & Appi!ata peution for Urn, whiob ta franted. inr4odo January 28. S3H63. Kohert R. Enai. administrator vs. directorHrenerai of railroada. Tippccanoo S C. Appellant' petition to traualar cans to appetlat oourt. . .,. ...... ..v . AFFELLATK COCBT ACTIOS . . J10(MI. Cbartea 0. Yoat va. Jfary B Miller. Randolph C, C. Reversed. Enloo. jl Nlcbol. J., not parUcl patin. - 10.V3. Publio Uuiitiea Companay vs. Ida Vrtan. . Vanderourtf 8. a Reversed. Batman. J, V APTETXATK COtTBT MIlfCTES. 10t7S. In r oatal of KoM Wallah, etc. Marion I. C. A ppejlanfa petition for time, wbiek la rranted. Including Jaarca 12. 11034. Herman Tapp Conatruetion Com - pany va Geortr W. Paul, eommiaatoner et at. Huntiniton C. C. Appellants are rranted tJtn. indudiec yebnwur 23. 109&3r ltaaaacbuatts Bondmr and Insur - e - Kio OtMnpahy va. Harry Karbev el al. Marioa 8. C. Appne' peUtion for Um. If)!? rrantod. induoing February 37. - 10903. Lo - otnv Eninoers ' "Mutual Ufa and Acndent Inaurann AaaoraaUon va lil? - - ".! - - n C. C. A p. w - jw t avav, .Reduced AIM OFTUBERCULOSIS SOCIETV IS SET FORTH DR. G. C JOHNSON SPEAKS AT ANNUAL MEETING. LOWER DEATH RATE SHOWN be aim f 00,. eociety la tbe d'a - AemlnAOoa of knowledge for ' tb prevention of tuberculoma. - aald Dr. Oardoer C Joanaoo, or ETanavUle. presiden of lb Indian Taberculoals AaaocJatlon. which begnn. its tenth Annnaj conference today at tb Ho. tel Severln. - W aro atllixlng oar nrrla to promot educntional work aionr tbcao line a Our program consists f th .establishing of a IocaI .society in every county B ladiana: procuring public beAlth nurses to tak CAre f Indpieat CAsea of tuber - :r, ""F bo carried on; school in. epcuon. OeCAUA W hOO to rMtdM IkI dIh nt B ina by J?"1"" renemtlon. And. foamdiar AAnAtoriA. - a . . . - - - treating fioaily. etr. with which they should b Lt: ff'111"1 - Our aim U alio to !triih mdlcal consulting staff tLlZt JU " J torcuTola. a board which may b consulted, and ?b. cuiicfr P furthr tn Dtk Rate Derrtase. Murray A. Auer bach, the executive awcretAry of the association, read bis report - In Indiana the death rAte from tuberculosis ' baa decreaaed per cent, in tb last few year, despite th comparatively largi In - ere as of population. And that Is n - courAing. - bo said. - Intereat la tb prevention of taberculoaia Is also ia - creAaiag. If th aal f aeais this year la any indicntlon. Wm eold tui.seo worth of CbrlatmAs aIa. S3.99 more than last yar. Vim must Increas this Interest by more closely com - Dining our stat And local societies. And by aupplytng more publio health nurse a" Th report of tbe recording aecre - inr And treAsurer wer rd. And two committees wer appointed aa follows: Nominating. Mrs. Bennett whitehead. F.vanavlHe. chairman; Dr. A mo Carl. Rockvtlle: Charles Kbel. Kafkyette. Miaa Irma Kotlmer. South Bmd - and Mrs - William (iremela - pacJter. Logananort Resolatlona Th Rev. J. Flemlpr. Renaaelaer. chairman: Mrs.. 11 a li. Kehrer. Anderson; Herbert EL Craham. Gary: EriCroU Fc WFii. And Mrs. Alio fetoope, .ConnrsvtU. naad Tnbl Dtacsuaatoa. A round tabl dlAcuaaion on th subject. - Modern Health Crusade." lend by Miss CrAce M. BUIsdell. And district conferences, closed the forenoon session. " Tbo roception commute is com poaed of Mr. Harry Schloaa. Terr Haute; Mr. William Oremelapacher. IxgAnsport; Mr. Adolph Wertheim, Peru; Mrs. E. N. . Cook. Plymouth; "ru" - Marsh, Muncle, and Mrs. 8. M. Kerr. Bloamlngton. i n 4 5 6 20 Miles Diddel Maia503S. The' a yasnstTsWsttf - ' ' rrrrrr ! . ... Ia, C Riley & Son Lebanon gad Trritxrarn. Ind. I': ill I'll i02l.' DEBS CASE IS PREPARED. BeewaaaaewdatPaws - PrwAAklr ' t B a Bofotw rreaMeal WASHINGTOJT. JanuAry 417. Ro - ommendatlona of tb department .of juatlcn a to a pardon for Bngea V. XHbs, now serving a prison urn At AUaata for violation of the esplonng Act, probably will bo submitted to President Wllaon within tb next fw dAjrs. :. - Officiaia of th department said today a study of the caa had been completed by tb depArtmnts Attorneys And put beror Attrny - Cen - era! Palmer. . They gav no ladica - tton a to whether a pardon wonld bo recommended. President Wilson has aald. bowever. b would not par. don Ieba. aa bo believed such Action might lower th rnoraie of th poo - pi fa tb event ot anotkr war. MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS AaaevteAa Cewtrnt Ute Offleera aad Dtrvceoe RCtCTed. AU tbo present officer and directors of tbe American Central Lif In aura nee Company wer re - elected At a meeting of tb stockholders Tester. dAy. Th Annual report ahowed that tho Insurance la fore waa In xeaa of $199,900,900. And tbe aaaeta. $7.71. - 57. - - - - Th officer re - elected are; rresi dent. IIrbrt M. Woollen; first vice - president. Evans Woollen; vlce - preat - deata. Frank W. Morrison M. F. Eo - llsl. lUrry TL Wllsoa and Itoy A. Huat: secretary. Edward A. Meyer: assistant - secretary. Robert B. Stur - tevant; treaaurer. Ceorg K. llama: actuary. Hnry W. Buttolph: aaalat - At ActoAry. H. I dark; medlca.1 director. Greenly V. Woollen: assistant medical directors. Jtmtt M. Smith. Cnrl IL McCAskey And J. Kent La - anre: Attorney for loan department. Ruel T. Oyer: Auditor. David A. K!3UM',B,!.,rBtrmv couneeV, Woollen. Cox A Welltver. . "T directors who were re - elected ?f M.r culter. Herbert M. Woollen. Mr. Morrteoov Mr. Hum. Oreealy V. Woollen. Mr. Belial. Ur Meyer. Mr. Byer. Louis C. Huesmnn. II. IL Horabrook and Evans Woollen. MIDDAUGH FINED $25; Coavleted of Aaaaalt a Fntretaaaa la PUee RaUd. Charles (Big Fhlner) Mlddaugh was fined $15 and coats by T. Krneet Mabolm, JusUc of the peace, today on a charg f realsting and assauU - Ing Ueutennnt William Cox. of th, police department. Several day ago Ueutennnt Cox And Patrolman Harry IlillmAn went to the bom of Mid - dAugb with a search warrant to look for Intoxicating liquors. Mlddnugh ItlL"0 - Irh nd attmptd to C Mlddaugh ovr tb bead - stlddAuch swore out a warrant ffA!Brti,i)!maB ,op and bat - tery. And Hillman swore out th war. rant Arainat Mlddaurh for th aa - J". V Px - H"mAn was Acoulttad by Msholm Tuesday. . - h tZl? c"e.,n th arulnat Mlddaugh for operatiag a 5bllnd l, r"'tlD' an officer fVAs iMcn angtr Auviaement. - - ' Sensation of the New York Show Mew Design NOW on Brothers, 'Six Reasons to Buy Your Franklin Now 1 New design, body lines pleasing to the eye 2 Bed - rock low price The Franklin at present reduced prices represents the greatest value offered today to the automobile world. V . - 3 More POWER, more "PEP" because of increased engine abilityaccount of NEW, improved piston construction. New carburetor design, new starting in zero weather. Increased leverage makes, transmission footbrake 30 powerfuL You can stop it on a dime. New construction has replaced speedometer chains with core shaft. More efficient, no noise. ; to tlie Gallon of Gasoline 12,500 Miles to the Set of Tires " ' 50 Bros. Franklin Motor 955 N. Meridian St. George Wood, Jr. BlcCordrvillc, Ind. - Kerlin Bros. , i. Frgnklin, Ind. Will Consider Live Dealers in Open Territory FOR REGISTRATION OF OIGIIIEERS W. J. TITUS. OF HIGHWAY COMMISSION, SPEAKS. convention; of society i ' AdvAAtAges to th publio And to operative engUeera through tb n - Actmat,f th proposed mAur re - quirtng tb registTAtion of all practicing engineer ta this stat ware anmerated by William j. ritu. bridge engineer f the stat hlgbway T?"'"0" - ' Addrese before tb ln?il;. J?BU11 'Uon.of th Indian I axineerinr locity at th lima ta president. i1lurtt1"I.vih Mr. Titus I - .o . th tmat of a 11 - cenaiag law is a toar step toward gettlnr fTlrtt and h - gh elCaa eat that each seeming Inconvenient ree - ulatlon to the public or advaatar.a fdjioal e.gineer.m law may contain, are only In ordar to provid th Indacem.nta - nece - highest cUes nrtneerlr,V worn and th gratat, safety, te.tlf public. - Read Material "peetleettew. - TrA KelUm. f IndlAnapolLa. testing engineer for tb stat bighway commiaaion. spoke on' tb subject. "Speclfieatleaa . for Road . MAtarUla." And R. C. Yeoman of IndlanapoliA secfetary of th In'dlanA BAnd And OrAVI Producers' Association, summarised tb work f hifaway - conatruetion ned malmnance. Irofa - sor Ueorg H. - Shepartl. of Purdu Lalversity. spok n tbe Purdu ex - tenston course for shop executives. Th Indiana t:ngtnrlar ocity. being a distinct, state orniAtton. has appointed a committee of thre Jo determln whether tt should affll - Ut with the . Federated American Knglneeriag Society, of which Herbert HooTIT president. ior with th . rm Kngln.rlng iociety. both of which. ar national orcanlsatlona. Th committee Is composed of on repreaentstiv of rarh nf ih. k.iu..i societiea. And a neutrnl member from th Indiana society. Tbcomraltte Mill . . - - - - - ..v... tomorrow: ? "emooa seMlorr J. Jetat leetln. . Speakers At th Joint meeting this Afternoon with tbe Indiana County Surveyors. Association aad tbe Amer - Icao AaaocJatlon t Enriar wer J. J. Griffith, of Indianapolis, president f th Marion County Surveyors'. As. sedation: C. D. Franks, of Indiana, polla. district engineer Of the Port land Cement Association; Dick Miller, of Indlanapolia. president of th City Truat Company, who reviewed th financial situation aa Affectlns; ng. ners, and W. I. Jonea. of Chicaro. eecreUry to the board of examiner of th land surveyors of lilt not a. Otarla Droaamaa. of 11 io Indlanapolia will new. aide At. th loint mung tonicht when Georg li. Kchley. of th Hri.n tech Club, and Pro feasor t V. Radr. of Purdu Unlvcralty. will speak. Offlcra ot th Indiana Engineering Society are Mr. Titus, Indlanapolia, prealdent: - a C. Roaa. IndianapollA vlc - prsldnt: Charles Broaaman. In. PRACTICING 1921 Franklin Exhibition at Diddel 955 N. Meridian St. electric vaporizer makes instant Slower, Yearly Depreciation Franklin Terr Grimes &Kidd, BraiiVlnd.' 10 dlnnapeliA a.cretary and a beard of trustee eoi.fiatlnt. ef.U. D. i;v,io,:. w rlw''1'. lanon: Krar.k NVagner Trr lUute. And LJw.i Pearse, Indiai.apoIiA - I i 1 USED HER FINGER NAILS. " . - .. i m oeaaa Root Keare Iatrwderi.We'rk ; et BnrgUr RenerteA. i Mrs. Nelii John, 917 Ashland avnn. ud. br ftnjr nails t good adVAAtAg last night whn ngr entered ber bom wMl sh wu aalep bod drarred ber from ber bed. Sh tW the poiice sh scrauted tb Intruder several times across tb face and anally forced bim to tun from th hour, ; " The woman a father - in - law V r. Johuaoa, who was la aa aolaing room. aa!d b beard a not as if aom on bad fallen out of bed. lut heard no indication of a strurr and heardno on leave the h,.. Th back door waa unlocked and th key was found on th floor m th kitchen the police said. - . tWv?HPyr a family. SSI Mx1niA arena, returned ben rrom caurch Wednesday MRlit they found that burelar had entered the houee during their absence aV.d had cArried away two watches and a r - lr.00.y wniocklnc the front door H. ILi Soltau. 101 North Kherraaa drive, reported to the police ithat a burglar entered hJa home Wednesday night A. 4 atol a WAtch, a chain and a charm - all valued at Its." jPl Putt, bookkeeper for Bam . fto t - o - . lis forth Alabama atret reported th theft of a bukk..!, , taihlngjA draft tor lt7 oa tb In - dlana, National liank. MAy Johnson, colored, (it Fayette street, reported to tb pol.o that a negro AttAcked her At Nmh a4 FAytttret and atoie t. cbAng from br coat pocket.; CONSIOERS DIRECT ACTION I . " $ Brttiak lAber Cesafereaee tjea la. saploysaent SttWAtle. IXINDON," JanuAry S7.Tbt question of direct Action by British labor la connection with th unemployment sttuAtloa was brought lo th fore t. ?sy At th national conference of tha Labor party And th trad: union congress here. J. II. Thoroa. sec. rotary of the National Union of Rail - waymerij aald that If tha arnvernmcnt failed t accept th proposal of i. bor tb question of direct ; Action would be djscus.ed and a decision rerardlnc It reached February l.t Th conference unanlmoual v. adopt ed n Joint .resolution emtxxlylnc its suggestions for a solution of (h un. employment situation. The "resolution urge that ail the resources of th nation be concentrated to. afford complete Ateourity naainst destitution. It eayasthe government's foremost obligation is to find productive worn: At standard rates for very willing worker. - , . FOR j. ON POLITICAL TARIFF Tlee.rrsJnt.F.leet Addreeaea th teetkem Cearree at AtUata. ATLANTA. January 17.Th9 tariff question: muat b removed from poll - ties nndi worked out on an evnomie and SclontlAc baia. Calvin Cooltdge. Vice - Praldeat - eiect. here to ; attend th uthern tariff concraA said last Algol at a dinner. Mr. t'oolidrs was to addreaa th conr - rrsa on "Araarlcaniam - tonight. Th sea - sions win last tnrotigh JturIy. v ; S t 1 1 i i 1 1 j t - i '( i - r 1 I 1 more wire - n Car Co. Atrta. 24 - 311 1 Motor Car Co. Dante. lad. - - f i - I 11 TV. renasyUania at. u. - n - r ' 'V", - j.y I mm .i'TfObepWJ. - i3 V AI l llh rl.rill? ..11.1I.

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