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Times (Newspaper) - August 17, 1922, Hammond, Indiana D HAMMOND PROJECT IS NOW FINANCED THE WEATHER fal warmer In caulk fair mmi THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES VOL XVI NO 51 AUGUST 17.1922 HAMMOND LOOK TO NEW YORK FOR SETTLEMENT OF RAIL STRIKE MAY DELAY Did You Hear That JOE lias at last a divorce from his NOT onb U Carl Kaufman quite a song but he Is winning as a scribe THE uniformed selves In straw hats for the Flint Lake picnic this afternoon LARRY COX is parting company with his notorious Cadillac for a handsome sedan Joint Rail Conference Bring Break in Strike Deadlock NEW YORK Aug o'clock after in session for an the confer tent ou for giy for blood and they copy of the Railway Labor Board s decision of the seniority question This indicated lo onlookers LAKE PARK beach is LAWNS are being absolutely burnt up for want of rain and it Is a grim fight to save them with sprinkling THE spectators at the Roby race track last Sunday seemed to be the conference was making gress RATIONAL SEW ol towards a of Ikr or a naal de- eMon to strike of the AM of the brotherhood chiefs were on early today would slake no cowmen beyond the that parley with Ike executives would result I a new way lo call tao strike way would the conference addition to tbe leaders all relations wl tkc will be In ther or In Xew York City or nearby BY GEORGE R HOLMES WASHINGTON Aug dent Harding was undecided this morning whether he would so to during the day and a full report on the critical trial situat on revelling In all its glory and the comes near being packed with THE Dempsey fight fiasco Is quite blow to the Clabby but they won't havo to wait long fur a scrap PROPERTY owners complain of the oil job on the mond side of State Line street and it is an outrage CHARLIE SEE has re- turned to his desk following a two- weeks vacation a needed i est the sergeant got also a bad cold JACK MOONEY who thought he was a baseball says he is tho of a dastardly plot and Ban Johnson faded foi trouble GEORGE who lived Ills elster at Ames Is reported to died suddenly at Michigan Police ai o asked to notify the sister NEW RECIPE FOB MENTAL HAPPINESS Ante much for of how lie happy named wan made public today It Beware of a or Be aura the or fellow every moraine lake a balh In the recipe of Mr aad W irh celebrated both of them approaching the LETTERS AIR FILM STAG'S LOVE FOR CHILD TO HAVE GALA DAY Outing and Field Day for County Lodges at the Fair CROWN POINT Aug The local committee of the Lake county Catholic Order of Foresters composed of R G Edward School Issue Not ation Occupies People of Suburb The group of organized for the purpose of com- efforts of the Hammond school board to send their children to the Hammond high will meet tonight in the school j to complete plans foi the contest which has now taken on the aspect of a legal fight Attorney Frank Gavit has been re- to handle the Robertsdale In- and he wil be present at meeting A J Parkin who reported yesterday that the foi funds to the was successful will the figures showing Just how much j has been pledged to the cause The enthusiasm and determination Gelsen and George Kramer Is busy j of the group will be di this week making arrangements for the big outing picnic and field day In what Is expected every member of the Catholic order of Foresters 1 participate in at the Lake ALL of the cost of the upkeep of the streets and Intersections In West Hammond are being paid out of the general a fact of which the city officials are extremely proud MRS DELLA secretary to or Brow Inds her duties nearly double during the Illness of the city's executives It would only rain or snow or she HOWARD general ager of the United Building and The Presidential has just ling a gloomy picture of existing I from an eastern motor In company with a party conditions In both rail and coal Is virtually ready for of it has been ten The coal how has been relieved by the Cleveland and an undisguised ing of optimism prevailed In circles that today's Joint lail in New York will bring a break In the deadlock be- tween executives and In this Mr Harding feils It would perhaps be advisable to await the outcome of the New Tork All parley and the phia anthracite conference before proceeding to Congress Some members of Congress feel Iho same way Others among the resident's notably of his believe the country is entitled to the whale itory and that Mr ing should proceed with his ginal plan of telling It today At the White House this morning It was said that whether or net the President would go would be determined during forenoon probably on JO minutes notice The White the and all official Washington looked hopefully toward New Tork today for settlement of the rail strike It is known that the union ers look with them to New York a for they will to and which are confident will be made this basis for an agreement While details of this plan were carefully it Is understood to embrace the ity so constructed as to take care of all the ers without the loss of their rights And at the same time It affords the a means of their with their mm and public The railroads will have enough work on as n Jesuit of the six weeks to give ment to both old and new men out much according to officials cognizant or the condition of equipment of Chicago men AFTER working for the street car company twenty-five years and ning perils without as much smashing a finger Motorman man fell over his lawn mower and fractured an arm KNOW what a Wo thought not a Is boy stationed at a produce and re- freshment stand on the country road to answer an auto horn when the wants to give an order County fair grounds on Sunday horse racing and all kinds of athletic besides a band concert and big picnic dinner and dance will feature the gram and a crowd of between two and three thousand people Is ex- to enjoy the entertainment planned The local committee Is working In conjunction the com- throughout the county to make the big affair a success and printed a partial list of a few of the events which will be Auto open to all makes of cars and Horse half mile and one race Poney race Boys bicycle half mile Boys under 15 years of f Girls Race under 15 years of age Young Men's over 15 years of Young Ladles over 15 years of age Married Men's Married Woman's Free-for-all for Wen and Fat Men's Wheel Barrow Egg Race for Men Milk Drinking Contest for Men Tug of six men from Courts that wish to take part Prof of Band will furnish the music Refreshments will be on the grounds OSCAR police com- manager telephone nets good example He nates to pension fund of police for recovery of car stolen fi om In front of exchange Tuesday afternoon CITY HALL Is of Mayor Brown taking good Seldom a care day passes but what one or more friends do not call to see the In his room at Chicago hospital He'll bo confined there for a report says ART of cooking know s no pry New managers of Majestic say that as they establish themselves here Patrons of rant continue to get same excellent service and food as under the old regime reeled only on the school Issue ever One member of the commenting on the cry for which went up In the heat of last week's ed that the purpose of tihe tion did not touch this matter Intend to take action on the school he said talk for was only the out- burst of several enthusiastic citizens and is not sanctioned by the as a Herbert and hli child Dorothy Clark A tale of the love of man fur an child is being through the publication of the alleged letters of Herbert movie to thy letters protesting un- dying love for the dancer The child's mother now it rains Rawlinson for alleged ment of the girl TWO DAYS McCray Says Nix On Scrap ALLEN C TREASURER KILLED IN AUTO FORT Aug Ernest treasurer of Allen Has his was pi fatally In- and Jamet P a cigar was seriously in- jured late j esterday afternoon when their Ford auto uos struck by Alleging that hit car suffered damage amounting to and that his son Francis was Injured In a collision with the automobile of Simpson of Attorney Daniel J Moran has filed suit for damages amounting to 9345 In the Superior court The accident occured on Hohman two years ago According to the Simpson turned his car out and Into the Moran chine as Moran was passing him on the left side The car was turned over by the Impact and hopelessly while young Moran cd the loss nf three teeth and cuts about the head IT HAVE TO BE SHOWN SAYS JUDGE are was the laconic comment made this morning by City Judge Henry Cleveland as he fined Joe hulein and for bathing In the nude at Lake George Kuhulein and three others came out from Chicago They wero ing Lake George One of the men had a bathing suit take a The man with the suit got but Teboda is made by that give no sign they are going to stop at rail crossings and that from the rear there Is no way of telling whether a car Is a Jitney or not Several near smashups are reported THREE DIE FROM HEAT August men died today and many persons were prostrated by heat spell thit has gripped Chicago far several with a temperature havering around JO Is not expected until morrow or according to weather prophets FRED bus gets lino of and costs In city court on reckless driving charge after testify that he cast caution winds when he drove Into side of street car In Sheffield avenue Many passengers wore cut by glass appealed bound Nickel passenger train ed when he viewed the undraped fig Ko at 10 miles west ure of Kuhulein emerge from the of this city Of the machine nothing remained but a pile of the derbis having been carried for several feet along the right of way be- fore being thrown to one side THE new bridge across Salt the Lake county west on Lincoln is about com- bo opened to traffic MI a days tho coln highway will be to traffic other bridges west of town are anil aro laying concrete BOMB THROWERS ARE SOUGHT NEWS RAN Cal 17 authorities and Sheriff were searching today for throwers of three deadly ly tills two of which struck a tender of a locomotive of a Union Pacific freight train at Highland and another a passenger coach in the Banta but did no TERRIBLE CRIME Aug A tragedy unparalleled in the ory of Jefferson county at near early when after a attempt to kill his wife Fran and their six children by the family home as they shot and killed wife whi o the terror-stricken children about and screamed for mercy I E KEELEY BESET WITH William E chief clai of tho Eastern shops at Gary ded with bricks thrown by a dozen men when he was on his way to work in an automobile All the dows in the car were broken and the top was caved The men after firing one shot sent five bullets after fleeing but all the Tien escaped Keeley was not seriously injured Officials nf the railroad blame of striking shopmen for the attack Lake County Republican Of- Obtain Opinion From Attorney General Ind Aug 17 in reply to inquiries received from Thomas Roberts Lake county Re- publican and Tenth rict Chairman B secretary of the re- publican state today ob- an opinion U S attorney declaring that there will be two registration days this year From the Inquiries received here it Is indicated that hai been some about registration sessions The opinion of the attorney eral refuses to the compilation of election laws issued this year by the state board of election com- i NEWS INDIANAPOLIS Aug Warren T is adamant in his determination that the Jack Brennan contest will not be held at Michigan on Labor lie announced today The Governor's announcement followed reports from gan City that the sheriff and prosecuting attorney would refuse to interfere with the proposed HFC 1 An Investigation under the person al direction of E C was under way today to the cause of the accident lost which resulted in serious injuries to Paul of In department of the following Is water While Teboda shielded the some figure of the unconcerned bath cr his clothing was thrown about I him and he was taken to the police station missioned The comment of the election loners on In the year 1922 thera will be two sessions of tho registration board The or September will be held on the ninth of which Is the day before the and the or October session will be held on Monday the ninth day of the day before the election Section On the front page of the Mr Lyons and Mr representing the two parties agreed to the tations made by the state board election commissioners Is therefore my opinion that tho Interpretation t the effect that is two registration days in 1922 so agreed to by the chairman of two amount parties in the should be WILL CONTINUE TO Peter Thomson has a busy man this week Mr for- mer passenger for tine Nickel Plate here recently was promoted to the important post of chief agent of the New Chicago ind St Louis railroad at Chicago He assumed his new duties Monday Ho will continue to reside with family at Bauer street Mr was passenger agent for eleven years and for two years prl or to chief clerk He Is succeeded here by H E formerly passenger agent at who lives 1159 Jefferson street B C scious beneath wreckage of his in Calumet av enue a feet north of the Little Calumet River bridge Fehrman was found and bleeding from a hundred glass An Incoming Chicago Heights bus picked up the boy and rushed him to the home of Dr B W He was removed later to the home his brother Hugh Fehrman manager of the Woolworth 6 and 10 cent store at 6 Williams street Thera late today Mrs condition was Improved He was recovering from a Tin of Physic up to My but the Bleeding and by Bus Driver boy's face and according to Mrs are Both Mr and Mr Hugh Fehrman today were searching for the bus driver who aided the dent They hope to learn from him some Idea the probable cause of the accident Paul connected for a with the rug and drapery de- of the store had left about 4 p m yesterday for where he was to secure dimensions of a new home to be equipped with linoleum His mission ed the young man started for mond There the story ends The young unconscious throughout the wag still today to tell coherently what happened Observers say the light Ford coupe in which Fehrman was riding alone turned turtle Whether it struck a rut in road arid the steering wheel locked or whether Fehrman was overcome with the heat and lost control of the machine none could say Building to Contain 16 Store Rooms On Its First Floor conference between local bankers and officers of the Hammond Hotel Improvement final ments were completed for the new store and office building to be erected on the west corner State Hohman streets announced first some months story hotel and has been held up because of Inability of the promoters to successfully weather financial gales that were certain to arise These have been anticipated and with guaranteed financial backing the present as compared with original will now realize achievement Architects are work on plans for a two-story fireproof building The structure will comprise and offices Later a third a fourth story will be added will be used for hotel poses About 110 arc Ground for the new building will be broken Oct 1 It Is the hope of the builders that the structure will be ready for occupancy by Hay 1 of next year One can visualise the mate size of the contemplated ing by It will extend from the Jacob shoe In Stats street to Hohman thence north to Plummer avenue and west on that thoroughfare for 200 feet Removal of the erected In the Hubar and Central blocks will begin at once The site has been valued at Perhaps of the features of the new Improvement will that It will bring about the first of what widening man street will mean It the in tentlon of the builders to let the new structure back fifteen feet from the present Hohman street Ing line This will make the Berth and south street feat wide at that point Action of the In sacrificing fifteen feet la wholly voluntary and may lish a precedent the street will likely utilize to their advantage Sixteen stores and a will constitute the first floor shops and offices will comprise the second Later will occupy the third and fourth floors Tho basement will be used for and shops also Officers of the company have offered to Install In the basement two public comfort elaborately feet In provided the city board of works will lease them Officers of the Hammond Hotel and Improvement company are W J local and James P and Gust P Bereolos holders of extensive properties In Hammond C Howard Crane and Kenneth Chicago completing drawing for the Ing The contract for the Ing will be let before October 1 51 husband then shot and killed self Tho Is case of Just murder and said Coroner N C Mills at noon today The house was wrecked by the The Jealous MICHIGAN Aug Hussell of until re- cently city rent pealed In the city court with his A at 2 with healing city waived ami was over to the court in the of tho in aunt which was held for in the city court There was hearing DGE KIWANIS CLUB PICNIC TODAY AT FLINT LAKE At noon today It promised to be a quiet afternoon in the district Fifteen automobile loads of departed Flint participate in the picnic being chain wound around the rail thn BUFFALO N Y Aug west retaining wall of the big steel bridge over which lie al Railway operate its high was dynamited today Only the fact that the foice of the ex- plosion took a downward Instead ot an com BO saved the span from destruction The wall was the ge and ties and ra raised from to Inch Tho police have no clue to the of tho outrage the man to reach the baited the on- cari The attempt to blow up the span was not the only of violence in the street car at the Falls today The first cor that reached street was helled by The NEWS Aug the most spectacular figure In modern Turkish who 19 credited with throwing Turkey into the war on the side of the Central has been ed in battle with Russian soviet troops In according to dispatches received here today Aug the passage of the tariff but 48 hours senators began plans today for tho battle of the bonus which by 4 special der in on the senate's program Opponents of tho men's tion realizing they would be unable to de- feat it wore dilatory tactics In an effort to again hold it up man la dead today and a Edwin Is the of a abort ranee gun battle staffed In a soft drink parlor here late last night The dead man Willie opened fire on three detectives who sought to search In the saloon given oy the Clubs of Ham mond Michigan City Goshen and Gary One of the features of the picnic is a baseball game between the Mam mond club and the Valpo club In time to prevent a derailment Near the Dold farm at a similar attempt to block traffic was when a heavy cable was found stretched across tha track Aug Forty persons were Injured some when a freight car being switched out of the pins side of the Canadian Ford Motor Company into a Interurban on East Sandwich Ford upsetting the street car and spilling Its occupants Into the street LAPORTE IND Aug States Attorney Rowley today stated that ho would not Inter- fere with the scheduled fight at Michigan City on Labor day only person who have objected to the said a bunch of alleged out- side the principally New Jersey and New York have not received a single letter of protest from any son In Rowley added MUNCIE Aug J A wife of tho Rev J A superintendent of the District of tho odist was thrown nri near Alexandria late last evening and suffered possible Internal Injuries Her companion Miss Carrie was also cut and bruised The two wumen were brought to the Beatty home here Aug Johns and representing practically every county in In- diana and some from ing gathered today at Riverside for the sixteenth annual and Marys picnic Athletic for men and women ed early in the morning and continued all day The address by John A II of and an con- were features ot the I SEEKIN Police and fire officials are ing tho of Beat no Beat Three is by cer Herman Lau It's a dull night for Lau when he doesn't discover a fire somewhere on his beat ce the first of the month he's ed more than a They've all been at night and all hours of the night Several sheds have been a couple automobiles and two one of whose occupants were away on have been menaced by flames keen nose has saved of dollars worth of property Several The Times his senje of smell hag located dering flames soon to burst Into uncontrollable proportions He travels from Clinton Street to Mason and from the Monon west to State Line Street Lau can't account for the blazes just a jinx on this beat I Instance take the other It might have passed without a fire But no there had to be a blaze There was a car at the gas filling station at ami Hohman cts It was being filled with gas The driver sat In the seat smoking dropped his cigarette on the over- turned cushion next him It was saturated with gasoline Tm ing you we had quite a time putting out that The car belonged lo P f 523 Oakley avenue GETTING READY FOR WINTER CHICAGO Apg Thieves with an eye toward preparing for a cold winter smashed in the front windows of an exclusive cloak shop here today escaped with be- and 510.000 worth of furs The robbers were in two big touring cars and witnesses said a number of women were In the band who laughed with delimit as costly capes brought out to them In a storm traveled from as to Maine In twenty-four at the rate of seventy-eight aa ho up
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