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Indianapolis Indiana Daily Times (Newspaper) - December 21, 1921, Indianapolis, Indiana The weather fair much colder tonight. Thursday unsettled. Probably Snow. Vol. Xxxiv. Publish at Indianapolis,ind., daily except sunday. Board finds shortage in Gran county declares convicted trustee still owes $14,322.21. Now serving time report gives itemized list of alleged charges. Charges of $14,322.21 against Vari Ous persons and concerns in Grant county offset by credits of $3,950, representing Money paid Back As a result of the charges Are contained in a report of the state Board of accounts released today following an examination of the office of James m. Clifton trustee of Center township Grant county who is now serving a term in the Indiana state prison for embezzlement As a result of their regularities in his office. The largest amount charged is $4,189.07 due to the Road fund of Center town ship. Other charges include $2,371.40 due to the special school fund $1,619 due to the Dop fund $1,500. Due from Lames m. Clifton As Bonus on a Bond Sale in i addition to other lesser amounts As Fol lows due to township fund. $02.44 due tuition fund $43 Orlando f. Llo Llowell. Dog tax $22 Edna strange excess teach ing and Institute fees. $94 Edward Kline excess for painting $97.59 James m. Clifton excess salary 1021, $02.74 Clifton excess expenses. 1021, $112.82 Clifton dog tax. 1920. $54 Clifton sexes expends 1020, $53.10 Clifton forged Stock claim. $520.50 Clifton log tax. 1021, $221 Willcutts a Hoover error in Heck. $20.83 Bowman construction company. $826.89 e. K. Hoover $238.30 Brandon electric company $400.72 Swanger a Mcclain $284 11. R. Miles. $746.18 Brunka Brothers. .v271.20 Central Supply company. $150 11. Rland Lollo wifi. $22 Edna strange. $94 Edward mine. $9750 Clifton. $54. $53.10 a$52 .50 e. It. Hoover. $29.85 Bow mat. Loii company. $ 26.89 e. R. Hoover. 523530 Braidon electric of Iii Tiv. $490.72 Swanger a Mcclain. $261 11. K. Miles. 546.18 Central spy company. $150 Brunka Brothers. 271.2t 11. G. Bowstead. $91.28 or. In. T. . $113.5.5 or. A. T. Bailey. $36.50 a v. V. Cameron. $86.50 or. O. A. A i ont Nueil on Page two detect work of fire bugs at store building two men interrupt incendiary As he sets papers ablaze. A fire huge a ret fire to some papers in the washroom of the second floor of the building occupied by the William company dry goods store. 13-19 North Meridian Street today. Two Young men interrupted the incendiary while he was at work but he escaped. It is the seventh time the building a four Story Brick Block in the heart of the business District has been visited by fire of mysterious origin during the last six months. Detectives and representatives of the state fire Marshall s office have started an investigation. The loss was Small. Smoke come from sides of door. David Zoellinger 1051 South Capitol Avenue and Harry Pilz 556 South Illi Nois Street were in the Josce of Gant it hawn dentists whose offices Are on the second floor and Zoellinger went to the washroom which is located in the rear of the second floor on the South Side of the building. He found the door fastened and returned to the office. Pilz went Back to the washroom with Zoellinger. As the two men reached the Sharp turn in the hallway they saw smoke issuing from the sides of the door. Pilz kicked the door in and Zoellinger ran Back to get a fire extinguisher banging on a rack in the Hall but the extinguisher was empty. As Pilz kicked in the door of the Wash room a Man rushed out from the Cloud of smoke Down the Hall and escaped. Pilz was so surprised he failed to seize the mail As he passed him. Fire big wears Khaki trousers. Tho fire Bug was a White Man Wear ing Khaki trousers and a Cap. But that was almost All the description that either Pilz or Zoellinger could give. The downtown fire attracted a Large crowd. The smoke from the washroom tilled the hallways and rooms of the second third and fourth floors and rolled in Clouds from the windows. Firemen said there was a Large amount of Loose waste paper stacked in the washroom and it was this paper that caught fire. No damage was done to any other part of the building. No water damage was done to the Laurie store which occupies Only the first floor of the building. The rooms on the upper floors of the build ing Are occupied by dentists real estate offices and tenants who use the rooms for living apartments. Weather forecast for Indianapolis and Vicinity for the Twenty four hours ending at 7 p. M., dec. 22, 1921 fair and much colder tonight with temperature 5 to 10 degrees. Thursday unsettled probably Light Snow slowly rising temperature. Hourly temperature. 6 a. M 29 7 a. M 2s s a. 26 9 a. M 25 10 a. M 25 11 a. 25 12 noon 26 1 p. M 26 2 p. 26 entered As second class matter july 23, 1914, at Post office Indianapolis. Ind., under act March 3, 1879. Negro is charged with the murder of Jacob t. Bush police say Charles rankins confesses he fought with Man whose body was found monday in Street. Callahan charges to be dropped formal charges of murder were placed against Charles rankins 40, negro 424 North Missouri Street today after it is alleged he confessed be was the Man who fought with Jacob t. Bush 58, 713 North Alabama Street whose body was found in the Street at Senate Avenue and Walnut Street at 4 45 Oclock monday morning. John Callahan 32, 526 North Senate Avenue who was held on a vagrancy charge following the finding of Bushes body had been related on a murder charge but detectives say these charges will be dismissed in City court and Callahan will be released unless additional information is obtained. Circumstantial evidence following trouble Over Money Between Callahan and Bush and the fact that mrs. Callahan said her husband had been with Bush forty five minutes before the finding of the body caused the police for a time to believe Callahan murdered Bush. Steps taken to relocate county farm Bonds May be issued to buy tract of 300 acres. Will Speed work have plan to unite institutions in one place. Recognizing that deplorable conditions exist in county institutions As was pointed out by the last Marlon county grand jury in its final report to judge James a. Collins of the criminal court several Days ago the Marion county commissioners today passed a Resolution authorizing an immediate Call ing of the county Council for the purpose of authorizing a Bond Issue totalling not less than $450,000 for the Purchase of a 300-acre tract of land upon which All institutions taking care of orphans of the county and All wards of the juvenile court Are to be located and consolidated. The Issue would also promote care for 100 additional patients at Julietta by the building of additional wings at the institution and for the acquiring of additional land at Sunnyside the county tuberculosis Hospital. Poor farm wife be sold. The Resolution also authorized the Sale of the old work Bouse and of the pres ent poor farm which was branded Asun lit to lie used for the county poor by the grand jury. The plan is to relocate the poor farm probably near Julietta on the proposed new tract. The Resolution virtually Means the consolidation of the poo Farni Julietta and institutions earing for juvenile wards upon one big tract of ground. This has been contemplated for some time by the commissioners. ers Besom Tion. The Resolution is As follows be it resolved that the under signed members of the Board of com missioners of Marion county accept the report of the grand jury and make it a matter of record. The deplorable conditions of stir county institutions have been known to us and commented on by is before. The county Council some time ago authorized die Board of commissioners to have prepared plans and specifications for additions of Julietta Asylum. Believing that the county Council As Well is the commissioners Are in Hearty Accord with the recommendations of the grand jury and desiring to take imme Diate action to relieve these conditions we hereby request the county auditor to Call the Council together at the earliest possible Date. For the reason that we must provide quarters for the children in the detention Home before feb. 1, and also secure a site for the coloured orphans we there fore direct the comity attorney prepare an ordinance or the Issue of not less than $250,000.00 in Bonds the proceeds front which to be used for the purpose of providing a detention Home so Robe the Venile Curt. Additional ground for Joti Lietta and sunny Side Anil 4lie Purchase of a track of land containing not less than "00 acres which will eventually take cure of nil tin orphans of the county and All the wards of the juvenile court which Are now housed in various institutions Over the state at an enormous expense to the county. Whereas we have plans prepared for additions to care for 160 additional patients at Julietta Asylum also providing Hospital rooms and plans for alterations at the to i farm we further a Greet the county attorney to prepare an ordinance so the Issue of $200,000 in Bonds so Rhui iding purposes. We further request the county auditor to advertise for Sale the Bonds that were authorized continued on Inge eight in formation which Ted to arrest. Information obtained by detectives Colln Iseh and Coleman that a negro supposed to be rankins was seen to run away from Senate Avenue and Walnut Street caused rankings arrest. He old the detectives where to find the revolver stolen from Bush who was a special policeman and the army coat that he wore at the Tine of the fight. The detectives went to the place where the coat and gun were supposed to be hidden but the old Basket under which they had been concealed was turned Ovea and the articles were missing. Herman Striebeck a Baker who saw the fight said from the first that Bush was fighting a negro and not a White Man at the time he called the police. He said Bush hit the negro with his revolver and that the negro knocked him Down and then took the gun away from him. Bush who has lived in Indianapolis ten years had always been in the insurance business until seven weeks ago when he accepted a position As a special police Man employed by Coal dealers who own Coal Yards near the big four Railroad on Missouri Street. He was on duty at the time he was killed. Rankins makes statement to . In a statement to dete lives rankins said i went Over to get some Coal and asked Bush if i could have some. Lie said yes. A Little while later he apparently changed his mind for he came up to me and said tin going to arrest you. Come with me. It is then rankins said that the trouble began. Bush grabbed hold of Bis right sleeve and rankins jerked Loose he said. Then Bush struck him Over the head with is evolved twice the negro declared Anil at be second blow. Bush crumpled up and rankins said that he then took the gun wrapped it in his army overcoat and hid it in a Bushel Basket of paper at a dump on Walnut Street Between Roanoke and Senate streets. Rankins identified the army Button found by detectives immediately after the crime As off the right sleeve of his coat. It was this Button that led to his arrest. Coroner reports i on Case. At an autopsy performed by or. George Christian Deputy Coroner it was found. That Bush s death was caused by Cere bral concussion. Both hinges of his jaw were also broken. This the Coroner i said probably was caused by a blow struck in the jaw. Rankins served with the famous tenth cavalry in Cuba Dur ing the Spanish american War having been n member of troop c. Tells of Soldier shot to death after blow had broken his wrist Washington. Dec. 21.the Short ing to death of a private at Camp Wheeler Georgia in Lime. 1916. By a Corpus wag testified to today before the committee investigating sen Ator Tom Watson s charges of illegal killings in the army during the War period. Marion .1. W Allis of Athens. A. Charged that a Corporal named Crawford shot in the Back a private named Hally of Tampa. Fla., after another Corporal named Florence had struck Hally with a club Anil t Kokeri one of his Hally with his wrist broken was trying to wrest the club away from Florence when Crawford shot him in the Back Wallis testified. He died next Crawford was tried acquitted promoted to a scr Nancy and Given a thirty Day furlough. Charges officers suit witnesses in. Wallis charged that when witnesses to the shooting were questioned by officer the officers shut them up. As soon As they told the True facts. They told us they had enough of that. The Only witnesses they called at the trial were general prisoners who were under Long prison real Winter reaches Here thursday .4. Will be accompanied by fall ing temperature re ports say. Washington Dee. 21.Snow and cold Waves for Christmas in Many parts of the northeastern Quarter of the United states were predicted to Day by tie United states weather Bureau. The first real cold wave of the sea son is due to strike the Middle at lactic states late today. It May to followed by Snow. In the Region of Ohio. Indiana and Michigan Snow which probably will last Over Christ Mas is expected. Old Man Winter will arrive at 3 of Oclock thursday morning and so far As can be Learned he will be met by Tio silk hatted oratorical by inclined reception committee and enthusiastic assemblage of citizenry. However a Lack of warmth in his reception by the Public seems Only to have produced a greater degree of coldness in the crusty old codger for according to to. H. Armington. Meteorologist at the United states weather Bureau by the time Winter reaches Indianapolis the Mercury will be hovering around the Bot Tom of the thermometer not daring to stick the top if its head above the five or ten degrees above Zero Mark. Almost Twenty four hours before the time of his official arrival this unpopular Winter person began to make his presence Felt and the temperature began to drop last night and has continued its Down Ward tendency steadily All Day Long. For example the official thermometer at the weather Bureau registered 28 degrees above Zero at 7 o clock this morning and at 0 o clock to had fallen 3 degrees and was continuing to fall. However. Or. Armington promises a Little Relief thursday. He says that while the Day will be a cold one the general tendency will be toward slightly warmer weather and that the Mercury will Rise slowly All through the Day. It is yet too Early to make any definite prediction for Christmas he said Al though conditions generally seem to Point to weather considerably colder to a we have had for the past week. Hopes fading of adjourning by new years snarls and tangles piling up to take much time. A boat irritates England wages Lone and hopeless fight to outlaw it. London Dee. 21.american Ambas Sador George Larvey will meet Premier Liriand tonight to thrash out the entire question of Princess stand on limitation of arms it was Learned. By George r. Holmes. Washington. Dec. 21nearly All Hope has fled that the armament conference can finish up its work and be out of Washington by the first of the new year the tentative goal set by the leaders. At every turn lie conference has reached a temporary impasse and while belief in ultimate agreements is Well nigh unanimous it is recognized a great Leal More time will be required to dispose of All the vexing problems still confront ing the delegates. Today conference activities languished while the delegates made preparations for a resumption of the diplomatic trading tomorrow. French Lii by on auxiliary sch Edile. The French were busily engaged in formulating the program of submarines and auxiliary ships which they will de Mand from tin conference As compensation for giving tip their ambitious Cap ital ship program. Admiral de Bon. The French naval expert had the Skeleton of a program direct from Paris and he and his experts were whipping it into shape for presentation to the Powers. There were increasing evidences that the War Over the submarine allotment is to be a bitter one with great Britain n aking a Lone fight for their Complete abolition. Having yielded on the capital ship Issue the French delegates stoutly declared they will not Budge an Inch where submarines Are concerned and that the Powers Here will have to allot continued on i age two r senator Watson interrupted to rend a j Telegram he had received from Charles Miller of Chattanooga saying he was i i Eye witness to the killing of Hally and j would testify about it. I Wallis in relating what led to the killing said they in a a Rule at the Camp that when a Soldier reported sick and was marked duty by the doctor they made him work handcuffed him to a Fence i during dinner time gave him no dinner and made him work again in the after j noon. Hally sick. S id he could t work. This Man Hally was sick and in Tho j afternoon or said he could not work j you refuse to work huh a corporals Florence said to him. J Hally said yes and it was then i Florence hit him and Crawford shot Wallis gave the name of maj. G. O i Seaman As one of the officers who had refused to let soldiers Tell him about the True facts of the killing. Watson also read a letter from w. F. Brock , ga., who said he was i i witness to the killing of Hally and would walk ail the Way to Washington to Telli about it. 1 dead. Result of crash with traction car youth i dirty on truck fatally Hurt at Speed Way crossing. Elmer Hudson. Ltd 430 Bernard Street died in route to the deaconess Hospital today of injuries suffered when i truck in which he was Riding with Warren Weaver said to live at the same address was struck by an interurban car on the Crawfordsville Branch of the t. 11. I. & e. Traction company where the traction line crosses the Crawfordsville Road at the Indianapolis motor Speedway in trance. Weaver also is in the Hospital. The interurban car Lien hair special no. 53, was coming toward Indianapolis while the truck which was driven by Weaver was going West on tin Craw Fordsville Road. The Force of the Impact hurled the truck against a refreshment stand directly across from the station at the Speedway crushing in the front and demolishing the truck. The inter Urban car was torn Loose from its front truck. Weaver and Hudson were taken immediately to the Frost of Lite Plant nearby where they received treatment in tie first Aid Hospital there from the company s physician. The interurban car was in charge of Hollis 11. Ball Ino Torman and Daniel Offett conductor both of Crawfordsville. Ball was Cut about tie left Side of the head while Offett was injured. The Twenty three passengers on the car were badly shaken up but Only two were injured. Mrs. In. J. Applegate 50, of Crawfordsville suffered a Cut nose and mrs. Martha Griffith 79. Of Crawfordsville was bruised about the legs and her nose wus Cut. While police were questioning the Pas sengers on the interurban they came across a Little girl crooning to a rag doll which she tenderly held in her tiny continued on Page eight complain of Utility rates women of South Side object to boosts and proposed hikes. Complaints again it Telephone Street car and rates in Indianapolis were made by a committee representing the original South Side woman s club which called on the Public service com Mittee yesterday afternoon. The com Mittee talked to Carlt. Wilde who has charge of complaints and to John w. Mccardle chairman of the commission. The women objected to the proposed increase in Telephone rates declaring the rates should be reduced instead of increased and that an increase would mean the wholesale discontinuance of service. In discussing the Case of the Indian Apolis Street railway company Tho women expressed the belief that the com Pany would do More business if it would charge a 5-cent. Fare without the 2-cent additional charge for transfers. They also complained that the cars Are in an insanitary condition. The women repeated the complaints of South Side Citi Zens that they Are required to walk one and two squares in order to Transfer. The the women declared should be reduced from 90 cents to 60 cents. Members of tin committee were mrs. Charles Werbe mrs. Harry Spencer and mrs. I. Reiffel. Cripple is burned to death in House Detroit. Mich. Dec. 21.--Marvin o Connor 17, a cripple was burned to death and three others injured one seriously. In a fire today in their Home at River Rouge. The cause of the fire is u known. Three More Days sorry sir but they re All gone. Thatus what youll begin hearing in a few Days if Yon persist in putting off your Xmas shopping. Merchants simply cant keep everything All the time. Its the Early shopper like the Early Bird that gets tie plums. Get the things you want at the Price you want to pay. You can Juja Blip today. Check for insurance before Christmas is like visit of Santa after being confined to ids Homo for three weeks and three Days As a result of an injury in a runaway Accident Matt Lewis 965 West Washington Street has received a Check through the times insurance depart ment for $.74.28 to cover indemnity for the time he was Laid up. Lewis Bachnie a policy Holder Sev eral weeks ago through subscription to tie Indiana daily times. On nov. 19, while driving in a Light Wagon his horse ran away and be was thrown out. Ills injuries were not serious but he was so badly Hurt he was unable to work for More than three weeks. As soon As. He had proved a claim for disability a Check was forwarded in payment of tie amount in full. Several other claims Are pending by men and women who have been injured in accidents to Public Cou or private vehicles and they will be paid As rapidly As final proofs Are in. The claim of Matt Lewis is the fourth paid within the last three weeks the policy holders dec Elving from la to $57, depending on the extent of their injuries. Chicago dec. 21.the Chester Fieldian Bandit who held up Passen Gers in the observation ear of the Chicago Washington new York de luxe train had made Good his escape today. The highwayman wearing a silk handkerchief As a mask and expensive dark clothes robbed passengers of is too in Cash and jewelry As the b. & o. Train pulled out of Chicago last night. He pulled the Bell rope jumped Over the Back platform and escaped in a waiting automobile. Ilease put your hands up he commanded politely As he entered the coach after the train had left Engle Wood station where marines with orders to shoot to kill wore on duty. I would rather not have any trouble of any kind the Bandit pointed his Black Pis Tol at Herbert l. Stansbury of new Mexico who was travelling with his wife and three daughters. He took $lo5 in Cash and a watch from stans Bury. I Rob a woman he said. Please go into the next coach with the children. 1 dont want to frighten them. D. Taylor passenger agent of the b. & o. Was robbed of jewelry and a Small amount in Cash As were Sev eral other passengers. As he went Down the line of Vic Tims relieving each on the Bandit said with a smile thank you very much. I needed a Little Christmas Money. Next. The presidents statement special to Indiana Dally times and Philadelphia Public Ledger. Washington dec. 21. The White House statement issued last night follows when tile president was responding to press inquiries at the afternoon interview today lie expressed the opinion that the Homeland of. Japan did not come within the words insular possessions and insular dominions under the four party agreement except As territory proper of any other nation which is a party to the agreement. This expression has been emphasized As a division be tween the president and the delegates to the conference in construing the four Power agreement. _ the president announced tonight that the difference in View in no Wise will be permitted to Embarrass the conference of the ratification of the agreement. He had assumed nil along that the spirit of the conference contemplates a Confidence which pledges respect of territory in every Way which tends to pro Mote lasting peace. He has teamed from the United states delegates to the conference that they have agreed to the construction which includes the Homeland of Japan in the term insular possessions and insular dominions a and has no objection to that , 1921, by Public Ledger company. Great Britain will Bow to will of majority on use of submarine in War Washington dec. 21.great Britain will Bow to the will of the majority if the Washington conference decides in favor of retention of the submarine As a weapon of warfare a spokesman for the British delegation stated today. The British delegates will be ready to accede in the general interests of the conference and of the naval limitation program it was explained. They fully appreciate that a unanimous agreement is necessary for any action of the conference to become binding. Or. Balfour has no intention of allow ing the subject of submarines to be Dis posed of however until the British have had an Opportunity to make a full pub Lic statement of its reasons for wishing to have tin undersea Craft abolished it was said. Details of the British attitude Are being worked out by British naval experts preparatory to presentation of great Britain s plans before the naval subcommittee of fifteen probably Tomor Row. Regardless of the decision of the sub committee. Great Britain will ask for a plenary session of the conference at an Early Date at which her spokesmen will make a full statement. This session May take place next Friday it was stated Al though the Eton Plecity of the submarine question probably will Render it Neces sary to postpone the plenary session after the holidays. The Briti Sli delegation also will ask that a full report of the proceedings before the subcommittee be made Jube. Conflict of Many ideas and sentiments seen at conference on peace special t n Indiana Dalis and Philadelphia Public. Ledger. 11l Constance Drexel. Washington Dee. 21. What presi Dent Harding a realization of the futility of the of i time methods of settling issues be tween nations. In the presidents opinion the Confer Federal court scores liquor investigators declares prohibition agents have seized automobile illegally. Federal prohibition enforcement agents came in for their share of attention at the hands of judge Albert b. Anderson in Federal court today when he was consid ering the matter of forfeiting automobiles which had been seized in connection with transportation of liquor. The Fellows just seize cars right and left without Nuy authority judge an Derson said on one occasion and to referred several times to the manner in which the agents have operated. The Law provides Only for the seizure of automobiles caught in the actual transportation of liquor but in a num Ber of instances that Cany before the court today Federal agents had seized automobiles which were not engaged in transportation at the time of seizure. Agents drive confiscated cars. An instance was called to the Atten Tion of judge Anderson where prohibition agents had driven two seized cars More than 6,000 Miles each after the seizure. In most instances before the court to continued on image eight he May be robber but hers a gentleman says he needs Little Christmas Money frighten children for anything ence already had succeeded in creating a better feeling not Only Between the Anglo Saxon Peoples and among the other races of Europe lint Between the orientals and the Occidental. He thought the conference had taught the Peoples of the Earth the practicability of coining together face to face to discuss differences anti make plans in common. It has Given human kind anew lease of Hope for sane accomplishment the president said. Listening to this sort of talk from the president is very different from what one hears from others conference quarters. Yon still hear of the necessity of protecting our communications of guarding our Long coast lines from attack. You hear that France should lie accorded the right to build enough warships to bring her Fleet up to Date and in so doing fur continued on Pago two Parsons gets ten Days added to his reprieve governor Grants clemency to let defendant a e holi Day Freedom. Harry Parsons convicted in the Marion county criminal court in May. 1920, for receiving stolen property was granted an additional ten Day reprieve by governor Warren t. Mccray today. A re Prieve granted by the governor would have expired tomorrow and Parsons would have been taken to the state reformatory to serve his term of from 1 to 14 years. Parsons through the influence of mayor Charles in. Jewett has been attempting to gain a Pardon from the state Pardon Board but thus far he has been uns Icess Ful. Rather than Send Parsons to prison a few Days before Christmas the governor has granted executive clemency until Jan. 2, Parsons following his conviction by the criminal court appealed to the supreme court where the judgment of the lower court was affirmed. He has served none of Bis sentence. Mayor Jewett today declared that a misunderstanding exists As to what he told the Pardon Board about a Confes Sion having been gotten from Parsons at the Point of a gun. De. Schubert former lieutenant of police told the Par Don Board that lie got the confession from Parsons and that there was no gun used. He had completed frisking Passen Gers in the observation Couch and then told his victims who were huddled up at the of the coach it is quite possible the conductor of this excellent train is armed he might come Back Here and try to capture me. I la be leaving now so that none of you will lie Hurt. Good night. This Chester Fieldian now in Chi Cago banditry swung Over the Back of Tho coach jumped into an Automo bile and was swallowed up in the midst of the apartment houses and hotels. Police who have been Hunting the desperado Tommy o Connor started out after the dude Bandit. But the dude was gone. Mayor Jewett said that evidently a full account of what he told the Pardon Board had not become Public. He j said that he did Tell the Board that a j confession was wrung from Parsons at j the Point of a gun but that the gun was in the hands of some of the men a j rested with him who went to his Home j in the dead of night pointed the weapon iat him and told him what they would do to him if he did not go on through with them. Any reference to Parsons having con fessed at the Point of a gun said or. Jewett had no reference whatever to the police department but was entirely to the men arrested with Parsons. I always have stood up for the police department and i have no criticism of their methods to offer. I do not even know How the police got their confession from Parsons. Heres your Alibi a trolley wire broken in three place tied up Street car traffic on the College Avenue line for More than an hour Early today. Interurban using the rail Way tracks were thrown off of schedule by the Breaks. Hundreds of peole were late to work As a result of tie delay. Difference of White House and delegates on 4-Power pact weapon for senators statement by Harding fails to Lay doubts sponsors cant agree on its meaning How can we a Borah. King backs japs brands turn now As flagrant act of perfidy. Washington dec. 21.opposition to the four Power treaty developed in an entirely new Quarter of the Senate today us a result of the confusion prevailing Over the different interpretations placed on it by the White House and the state department. Senator Mcnary Republican Oregon following a conference with president Lla Diug. Declared he was in Accord with the president views that the term in sular dominions in article 1 did not refer to the islands of Japan proper. By j. Bart Campbell. Washington dec. 21.the Small band of Senate Irr Concila Bles Are planning to take full advantage of the situation that has Arisen out of the different ways in which the White House and the state department have interpreted the new four Power treaty of the Pacific. Even the presidents statement last night that he has no objection to the construction which the american delegation has put on the treaty that it covers the Homeland of Japan did not allay the widespread concern that manifested itself in senatorial circles. Senator Borah was Quick to Point out the confusion which the different interpretations have caused. How ran they expect the Senate to understand it lie asked when the men Tho sponsor it differ As to what it Meins senator King Democrat Utah declared the United states would he guilty of a flagrant act of perfidy toward Japan if it refused to recognize the four Power treaty As insuring the political and territorial integrity of Japan her self. Fresh from conferences with Baron Admiral Kate vice Admiral Kato two of the japanese participants in the continued on Page eight appointments announced for City Hospital Board of health names physicians and surgeons for 1922. Physicians and surgeons to serve upon the staff of the City Hospital in 1922 were named by the heard of Public health at a special meeting last night. There is a possibility that the new Board of health which mayor elect Samuel Lewis Shank has named to take office with him on Jan. 2 May make changes in the list but the present Board made the appointments in View of the fact that it has been the Cus Tom to name the staff in december so the members would go on duty without delay at the opening of the new year. The staff was named As follows Medicine Jan. 1 to March. 31, drs. 8. E. Earp. Rotert Moore and c. R. Strick land regular and or. T. W. De Hass alternate. April 1 to june go drs. Edgar f. Kiser. F. and o. B. Norman regular and or. Nathan Sterne alternate. Only 1 to sept. 30, drs. J. Cunningham acid l. H. Maxwell regular and drs. C. F. Warfel and Cavens mar shall. Alternates. Oct. 1 to dec. 31, drs. F. W. Wynn m. J. Rarry and o. P. Emerson regular and drs. C. R. Schaefer and e. B. Rinker alternates. General surgery assignments. General surgery Jan. 1 to March 31, drs. David Ross and n. E. Jobes Reg ular and drs. A. E. Brown w. O. Little and e. Laggard alternates. April l to june 30. Drs. J. R. Eastman. E. E. Padgett and m. N. Hadley regular and drs. 11. A. Jacobs. G. Wells and h. K. Bonn alternates. July 1 to sept. .70. Drs. T. V. Keene j. V. Reed and c. A Caballer regular and h. 11. Mckinstray r. J. Kemper and h. S. Leonard alter Naes. Oct. 1 to dec. 31. Drs. J. W. Sluss w. D. Gatch and l. A. Ensminger. Reg ular and drs. J. H. Eberwein. Paul Hurt. and e. Alk Man. Alternates. Rectal surgery july to october inclusive. Or. J. W. Ricketts regular and or. Walter Givens alternate. January and february. November and december or. It. 11. Wheeler regular and a. T. Custer alternate. March to june inclusive. Or. Orvall Smiley and g. W. Combs regular. Orthopaedic surgery or. E. B. Mum Ford. Regular and drs. Lacy Schuller and John Aspy alternates. Gynaecology jail. 1 to March 31. Drs. It. Otinger. John Pfoff and f. C. Walker regular and drs. Charles Mcnaull and it. G. Hendricks alternates. April 1 to june 30. Drs. G. B. Jackson r. O. Mcalexander and t. L. S. Sullivan regular and drs. J. William Hofmann and Robert Dwyer Alto nates. July 1 to sept. 30, or. Carl Khabieh and a. S. Jaeger regu Lar and drs. C. H. T. Wagner and m. F. Dean alternates oct. 1 to dec. 3t, drs. Kennedy. Goethe link Reg continued on Page eight say it with a times want and give the Christmas Sugges Tion column on the want and Page careful Reading. It will make Christmas shop Ping easier for you beside being helpful in a Sugges Tive Way. Ria in 3500. Classified . 3ulriana flails a firms Indianapolis wednesday december 21, 1921. Last Home edition two cents per copy by Carrier week. Indianapolis 10c elsewhere 12c.subscription rates. Jay mall 50c per month 55.00 per year. No. 191

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