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Indianapolis Indiana Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Indianapolis, Indiana The weather probably rain tonight and tuesday not much change in temperature. Vol. Xxxiii. Published at Indianapolis.ind., daily except sunday. Last Home edition two cents per copy by Carrier. Week. Indianapolis. 10o elsewhere 12a.subscription rate i Jay mall 800 per ont a 5.90 per tear. No. 155. Street car co. Seeks 2-cent Transfer charge certain evidence suppressed upon orders of Palmer Slacks statement before judge Anderson in asking continuance of Coal suit. Luu eci states attorney general a. Mitchell Palmer ordered certain evidence in the cases against 125 Coal miners and operators charged with conspiracy and with the violation of the lever act suppressed. L. Ert Slack special assistant District attorney told judge Albert b. Anderson today at the opening of the latter s investigation into palmers activities ii the Coal Case. Or. Slack asked for a continuance of the Case because the government was not ready and gave or. Palmer s orders As the reason Why it was not ready to proceed. Science talk by Boston Man Given sunday William f. Gross c. S. 8., Speaks under auspices of third Church. Mrs. Ballard in charge a lecture on Christian science was Given at the Murat theater yesterday afternoon by William f. Gross a s. 8., Boston under the auspices of Tilro Church of Christ scientist. Or. Gross was introduced by mrs. Wilmuth h. Ballard. The lecture follows no teaching of modern times has inspired greater activity in the things which really Benefit humanity than has Christian science. Nothing contributed More to the Universal Good than has that Chrls Lanly scientific method of Healing which furnishes conclusive Evi Dence that religion and Medicine Are from the same source and cannot be separated either in theory or practice i Christian science has encountered opposition beaus for centuries it has been held that religion and Medicine have Little in common. This is True of medi in and religion As generally defined Anil practice but no human theory or belief can change the eternal fact that the most effectual Healing system Ever brought to human recognition and christianity As taught and demonstrated by its founder Jesus of Nazareth Are one and identical. The Healing of sickness by spiritual Means alone continued throughout the first three centuries of the unit fan Era. So Long As it was considered an Essen Lial part of religious teaching and prac Tice and not merely incidental thereto and intended Only for a Short period of time or a 1 rutted number of Persona the Christ method of Healing was the Only Ope recognized in the Christian Chirch. In this age Christian science is demonstrating that spiritual understanding improves the health As Well As Uio Inoris of men. When the teachings of Jesus Are correctly interpreted and applied it 1$ understood that the remedy for sin is the Only effectual remedy for sick i Ness. The basis of christianity. The basis of christianity is a right apprehension of god and Man s relation to nos creator and his follow men. Accord ing to the teachings of Jesus and the revelations of science Man is absolutely dependent on god and inseparable from him. The erroneous belief that Man Cau be separated from god that tie can think and act i depend of his Cre Ator is responsible for All Iha discord of Hulbar existence sin and disease in continued on eleven mentioned for Secretary ship sen. Harding closes Gate onj3peeches vacation spirit prevails As president elect and party near rest spot. League talk revived in route with president elect Harding Odem Texas. Nov. wearied by two Days of continuous receptions and demands for ear platform speeches. President elect Harding today As be approached his vacation spot at Point Isabel ordered the Gates closed against All butt rest and pleasure. The journey of the president elect through the Middle and Southwest has been a continuous ovation. Throngs have gathered at every Cross Road and City station and although he is on a vacation the senator has responded to their Welcome leaving his breakfast table and staying out of his bed to Greet those who have come to pay their respects. Despite the fact that he left Marlon with no intentions of making any speeches he has delivered at least a dozen press dispatches from parts which represented Semi officially that France is willing to cooperate with the United states of America were sled to the attention of the president Elet but a refused to comment. He is extremely cautious to avoid anything which May be in any manner construed As an anticipation of his taking office or interference with the present administration. Marks no comment on a Kib dispatches. Shortly after the Paris dispatches were available in the special train the Bentor made a Brief speech at Marshall Texas in which he declared our moral Obi so one will always stand out and am. A u docs not need any meeting of foreign Powers to Tell As what our Noral of flt . S Are a want to meet with them counsel with them know their thoughts and give them ours but we want to give them in the Freedom of America i would t want our country aloof from the other Peoples b it l want her Strong fortunate and wholly free to Piny her part in dealing with the rest of the world. While there Wae no official statement it was understood on the special train that the president elect will seek an american made league taking some sea Tores from the present league As a basis for a world fraternity and that he will follow out the suggestion made in i of aug. 28. Advocating an in Terna Tenai Nusso Catlon for conference and a Wold court. Reports that senator Harding might meet mexican Leader the Border have be a set Ned by Mew that no such meeting is contemplated senator Harding today was planning to Divide his pleasures tier Ween Golf and Tarpon fishing with half a Day devoted to each sport. Although there is excellent Hunting at Point Isabel the pres ident elect does not plan for any Hunting himself As he 1 not a Lover of this sport. To play Golf and ush for Tarpon. Let spite the fact that be has been a Buey during i trip As he was during Many Campaign Tours both the senator and mrs. Harding were elated today Over their trip and their Opportunity to meet the people and neither of them passed up the Chance to meet any one. At one Stop senator Harding held a group of friends waiting while he pushed his Way through the throng to buy a Pencil from a tipple and to to to him every one from the Milkman s baby up to the Lead ing banker has had the Benefit of the Harding smile and the Harding band shake. Southern democrats and staunch republicans have All heard from the next president test we Are through with partisan politics and the next four Cara will be for America alone. The Harding special is due to arrive in Brownsville at 11 50. Senator Harding probably will not be Able to accept an invitation to the hous ton fair. Increased costs cited in petition to service Board Coal chief item in figures setting out expenditures an earnings for three years. Authority to charge 2 cents for transfers is asked by the Indianapolis Street railway company in a petition filed with the Public service com mass Fig. Today. Increase cd Cost of Coal and materials entering into the Cost of generating electric current and operation of its system including increased taxes is assigned a the reason for the company is petition. In its action the company Seta Forth the increase in operating Costa As compared with the decreased net and Gross earnings of the company in 1918, 1919 and 1920, Tith three months of the latter year estimated. Or. Black District attorney Frederick Van Guys and Daniel Simms who re signed As special assistant District at Torney because of palmers orders were ordered sworn As witnesses. Or. Simms the first to take the stand declared he knew of no understanding whereby certain evidence was to be sup pressed. It was hinted in passages Between the court and Dan w. Simms former special Asal Stant u. S. Attorney or. Slack Spe Cial assistant to the attorney general in charge of the Case and District attorney Frederick Van nuts that there were persons connected with the defense in the Case who were closer to the attorney generals office than the local govern ment attorneys. Hughes insists on having names. Pressed by Charles Evans Hughes chief counsel for the indicted miners and Republican candidate for president in 1916, for the names of the per sons whom it was said had been hint ing to attorneys office during the past summer that the Case would not come to trial District attorney Van Kizys stated that the person who had made such statements was or. Hauck. Or. Hauck is Earl Haulk of Terre haute for Many years a special agent of the department of Justice who gained National Fame As the detective who did much of the work which resulted in the successful vote fraud prosecutions in Jude Andersons court against officials of Terre haute and Indianapolis and who Early this year gathered much of the Evi Dence which enabled Frank c Dailey then special assistant United states at Torney. To convict United states senator Truman Newberry and 100 others of int Fri ids in Michigan. Or. Hauck for several months has been employed by the defense in the present Case to gather evidence with which to combat the government. Or. Fan Guys said or Hauck bad made statements to Floyd j. Int tree. Assistant District attorney. And to him self which led him to Bel i be some persons were closer to the attorney generals office than he him self was. C. B. Ames former first assistant at Torney general who said he was appearing merely As a Friend of attorney general Palmer attempted to explain to the court that the attorney general in instructing or. Simms not to use Evi Dence which led up to the contempt proceedings against the miners in judge Andersons court last november and de Cember. Did not intend to hamstring the present Case. Court ready Fob each statement. The court however met each state ment of or. Ames by Reading from Vari Ous telegrams and letters of or. Palmer to or. Simms and or. Slack in which it was repeatedly stated and interred that there was an agreement reached upon the occasion of the attorney generals visit Here to end the bituminous Coal strike dec. 8 and 9, 19x9, not to use evidence involved in the injunction and contempt proceedings. Was adjourned at 12 20 o clock with or. Ames and the court involved in an argument Over the attorney generals statement. Or. Aiu a kept plead ing that the judge who said he was much stirred up Over the inference by the attorney general that the reputed agreement bad been reached in a con Ference before the court on Dee. 8, try to listen to his arguments with an open the hearing was Replete with startling statements by the two government attorneys or. S mrs and the court and frequent interruptions by or. Hughes who entered exceptions to some state ments which be prejudicial to the defendants. Judge Anderson assured the noted counsel for the defense that he was not making statements of hit own but Quot Long statements of representatives of the attorney general whom he inferred now is attempting to Block the Case. Or. Hughes emphatically stated that there had been no connection Between continued on Page two the Cost of Coal and Power used in generating electric current for the operation of the company is system in 1918was $586,712.52, the petition sets Forth in 1919 the Cost of Coal and newer was ?591,093 and in 1920 the last three months Cost being estimate the petition states will be 8559.954.52. These figures the petition states Are due to the Cost of Coal which in 19j8 averaged per ton $.9789, in 1919 $3.1030, and in 1820 has averaged $5.2081. The company Gays in us petition that these largely increased costs have More ban overcome All increases in Gross Sarij -1 Inga to that net earn Lnch of the property have been for 1910 $1 078.936 99. And willbe for 1920 the last three months earn Ings being estimated $813,007.71. Shows How taxes have increased the necessary expenditures of your Petitioner the petition reads for state county City franch Laa and Federal tax in 1918 was $219,675.34. In 1919 such taxes were $401,806.75. In 1920, such taxes will be $540,072.93. The company shows in its petition thai the Cost of maintenance and operation in1918 was $2,417,407.01, or 67,5 per cent of the Gross earnings. In 1919 Cost of maintenance and operation was $3,258,197.73, or 68.71 per cent of the Gross earnings and in 1920 three month estimate will be $4,047,577.82, or 75.02 Pec cent of the Gross earnings. The value of the actual physical prop erty used and useful 1 in the Public serv ice has been fixed by the Public officials of the state of Indiana and of Marion county having jurisdiction thereof for the purpose of Tai Atlon at $15,068,570, exclusive of any intangible values 1and the Public service commission has i heretofore tentatively found the value of the company property to be Between $14.000 000 and $16,000,000, the petition stated. Even upon such smaller sums i the present net income of the company wih fall to produce a reasonable re turn. The company maintains credit has been impaired so that no fund Are available for construction purposes. Future construction to a comparatively Large extent must be provided for by increased earnings in order to Sav the franchise from forfeiture and to keep up with the growth and needs of the City of Indianapolis. It continue. The Cost of maintenance is such that expenditures of the fixed proportion of the Revenue of the petitioners a liable for maintenance does not produce an adequate renewal of the Petitioner s property and it is essential that More Money should be available for such Pur poses if such property is to be maintained in s condition adequate to tha service of the people. Bay charge Wile add $300,000. By reason of All the facts aforesaid it is necessary during such emergency that the Revenue of your Petitioner shall be increased in order that it May main Tain its service and continue its Busi Ness. For such purpose it is reasonable and just that the Public should pay two 2 cents for each Transfer ticket issued by Petitioner. Such charge is estimated to increase the Revenue of your Petitioner $300,000 per year As a maximum. The company is petition states it oper ates 15s Miles of track in the City Ata fare of 5 cents for each person Over 3 years of age with transfers. In the introductory paragraph of the petition the company states due the emergency created by War wholly and entirely without fault of Petitioner such fares and the revenues derived therefrom have been Are and still continue to be inadequate and insufficient to maintain the Petitioner in solvent operating condition and enable it discharge its duties As a Public common Carrier of passengers and to provide service prop Erly and equipment reasonably necessary to serve the people of tha City of Indian Apolis and to return a fair and just compensation to your petitioners for the use of the property so used and useful 1 maintaining such Public service. The company la represented in Ite be Tion by Smith Register Hambrook a Smith and f. Winter attorneys. Thisa May save your child 98 life if it should step on a Rusty Nail would you know How to keep it from getting lockjaw it it caught diphtheria would Yon recognize the symptoms do Tou know to to Protell it from infantile paralysis we offer you the information that wih enable you to meet these and other emergencies of child life. It is in the form of a bulletin written by the american school Hyglen association and published by the american Redcross. A Fry copy of it May be secured from or Washington information Bureau. In filling out the Coupon print name and address or be sure to write plainly. George b. Christian or. George b. Christian or for us years Secretary to Warren g. Warding. Is talked of to go to with Harding to the White House in the same capacity. Christian was a Democrat years ago until there was organized in Var too Ohio the. Harding Christian was assistant clerk and called the Roll of Dele Gates at the democratic convention that nominated Wilson in 1912. 1920 Corn crop shows increase report reveals Price reduction along with big yield. Washington nov. crop re porting Board of the Bureau of crop estimates today made Public the Fol lowing estimates from its correspondents Corn 1920 production 8.199 126.000 bushels As compared with 2,760 k bit Sheds the Smerage for the 1914-1919 p Rod. Yield per acre 30 9. A compare with a ten year average of 261 bushels. Quality 7.7 per cent increase Over aver age Price on nov. 1, 87.3 cents. White potatoes production 421,252, 00 bushels As compared with a aver age of 382.113,000 bushels during the 1914 1918 period. Yield per acre 109.4 Bush Els As compared with a ten year average of 95.2 bushels. Quality x.1,0 increase. Price on nov. 1, 11.8.3 cents. Sweet potatoes production 105,676000 bushels is compared with an average of 74.983.000 bushels daring the 1914-3918 period yield per acre 103.4 bushels As compared with a ten year average of 94.8 bushels. Quality x0.6 increase Price n nov. 1, 122.1 cents. The Price Index of All crops on nov. 1, was 28.0 per cent Leas than a year ago and 4.6 per cent More than the average of rhe preceding five years the production Index is about 3.2 per cent More than last year s aggregate production and 6.8 per cent More than the average of the preceding five years. Weight per measured Bushel wheat 57.4 pounds against 56.3 last year and 580. The ten year average. Oats 33.1 Pound against 31.1 last year and 32.2 the ten year average. Stocks of old Corn on farms nov. 1 estimated at 142,211,000 bushels 4.0 per cent of 1919 crop compared Alrh 69.835,000 bushels a year ago and 82,618.000 bushels average of preceding five year. Man Iveth Obj Sofai 1s to reach new Albany Burlington Lowa nov. A police today were asked to search for Abraham f. Angel 79, retired Burlington Mer chant who disappeared oct 7, while carrying his entire Fortune of so too dropped in a newspaper. At the time of his disappearance Angel told friends he waa going to new Al Bany ind. Dana Bank robber misreported caught be Fiat to the times. Waveland ind., nov. 8.following his arrest Here Jesse Graves confessed to robbing the first National Bank at Dana last monday morning according to the Hundred dollars of the $1,700 stolen was recovered and it is expected tha rest of the Money which Graves had invested will be located in a Short time. Graves denied he had assistance in the robbery. Graves la 26, a Farmer and Well known in Indiana High school athletic circles. He was a member of the Wingate High school state championship Basket Ball team. Stutz wins bid on fire motors Council to i lace final o. K. By granting Bond Issue. Awards for equipment to Complete the motorization of Tea Indianapolis fire department today were announced by the Board of Public safety through Dwight s. Ritter City purchasing agent and ordinances providing for the approval of the contracts and authorizing a Bond Issue for $-100,000 to cover the costs will be presented it a meeting of the City Council tonight at 8 o clock. / the Stutz fire engine company was awarded the contract for eighteen 600 gallon pumpers seven 750-gallon pump ers and ten Hook and ladder trucks it a bid totalling $321,175. The contract for furnishing two trac tors to replace tha horse equipment for two steamers was awarded the Seagrave company of Columbus. Ohio which sub int fid bids at $13,500. Two Aerial ladder trucks Are ordered. The american Tyft Franco fire engine company of Elmira n. Y., was awarded the contract to Supply two sixty five food Aerial ladder trucks and one Elgut to five foot Aerial ladder track at a Cost of $43.50 .n0. The bids were submitted More than a month ago. With the Purchase of the equipment specified in the ordinance the Ludlan Polis fire department will be completely motorized. Engine House no. 31, located in Mary land Street Between Pennsylvania and Meridian streets will be disbanded and sold and the proceeds of the Sale of the property will be used to defray part of the expense of erecting two new engine houses one in the North Side of the City and the other in West indians t said the volstead act did the seizure of such liquors but that such seizure was unconstitutional. _ the court also order Tel the release of Jules Nicker a wife a nah of hero of Verdun arrives Inu. S. Represents France at Pilgrim Celebration. New York nov. 8.adorned by the Star of a commander of the legion of Honor and five rows of ribbon denoting other decorations marshal Robert Georges Nivelle hero of Verdun and one time commander in chief of the French armies during the great War. Stepped from the liner la Lorraine today into Tbs t pen arms of a distinguished reception committee heeded by an american War hero general Bullard. The american solder was always n Brave fighter and a gentleman was one of the first things Marsha Nivelle said in response to general Bullard s speech of Welcome. I love him Only As i love own father. Added the famous Frenchman. Marshal Nivelle is Here to represent his government at the tercentenary Celebration of the Landing of the Pilgrim fathers from the Mayflower. He is accompanied or an pol. Pan Asan wan was instructor in military service at Yale during the War. And father Andre Monod Secretary of the federation of protestant Ebure Hes in France. When be Lorraine passed the statute of Liberty marshal Nivelle stood at at Tention. Taft mentioned As chief Justice May succeed White reported ready to resign. Washington nov. 8 former Presl Dent William Howard Taft it was freely predicted by members of the Bench and bar Here today May become the next chief Justice of the supreme court of the United state succeeding chief Justice Edward Douglas Whit appointed by or. Taft while he occupied the White House. Chief Justice White considered one of the greatest Legal authorities who Ever occupied the supreme court Bench to desirous of resigning according to persistent report Here from the very exacting duties imposed upon him by his High office. He is 73 and has the reputation of never Harlaug spared himself at his work. Writes wife leaps to death from window Minneapolis slum., nov. B. Charles Vogtel 55, prominent flour dealer of new Ulm minn., leaped from a window on the ninth floor of the Rad Dison hotel Here today and died in Santly. A letter to his wife found in the room was withheld by the Coroner. Manslaughter Case Back to grand jury an indictment against Myrel g. Rob bins charged with manslaughter follow ing the death feb. 20 of Mary Ringo 946 North Oriental Street was dismissed in criminal court today because of tech Nical errors. The Case will be returned to the grand jury. The girl died after she had been struck by an automobile driven by Robbins. Rumely represented buyers As americans new York nov. a. Rumely assured owners of the new York mall on he word of Honor that the buy ers he represented were Good american citizens. Henry i. Stoddard told a jury Here today. Stoddard was the first witness in re Melys trial on charges of conspiracy to conceal the German interest of the mail while it was under his nominal control. Stoddard assumed charge of Wio mall when Rumely was indicted on charges of vol ailing the trading with the enemy act. Big 4 stenographer drops dead on Street miss Margaret Wolf. 19, of 831 Sanders Street dropped dead at noon today while waiting for a car at Virginia Avenue and South Street. Miss Wolf was employed at the big four freight depot As a stenographer and was on her Way Home for lunch. She recently had an attack of influenza and physicians stated she had not fully recovered from its effects. Deputy Cor Oner George r. Christian pronounced death due to heart failure. Miss Wolf s father Harry Wolf was notified and the body was removed to the Henry c. Vehling undertaking establishment. $25,000 jewels stolen. Chicago nov. end jewelry valued at $25,000, belonging to Arthur Reisch of the firm of re sch a Rotenburg of new York were Toleu from a hotel room Here according to a report made to police today. County representative named Hartford City jnd., nov. Redmond Eon of or. And mrs. Peter red mond has been selected As Blackford count yes representative to the boys and Odds pig club show at the internat Loffl Stock exhibit at Chicago nov 27 to dec. A Redmond won the entered a second Clave matter july 25. 1 14. At Post office Indianapolis ind., under act March a 117 Indianapolis monday november 8, 1920. Governor names new committee i Fields Choice gives him boost for speaker ship. Governor James p. Goodrich today Ino need the appointment of the Legisla Tive visiting committee for the regular session of the general Assembly which Convene Jan. 6. Senator Estes Duncan Republican of Cloverdale representatives Otto g. Fifield Republican of Hebron and Dalci n Curry Democrat of Carlisle were appointed. Representative Curry was a member of the visiting committee at the last regu \ Lar session of the Assembly. 1 the naming of representative Fifiel daa a member of the committee and num Erous reports conceal i his position. Indicate he is the c v e of the administration for so Laker of the House of representatives. The committee will meet. It is thought one Day this week for organization when the chairman will be elected. The report of the coming to e on the penal Benevo Lent and educational institutions of the state will be made at the regular session of the legislature. The usual custom of naming the Mem Ber serving the second time on the com Mittee As chairman will probably no be Fri Iowa j this year since representative Curry a the Only such member is s Democrat. Since All Bills for approx la tons must originate in the lower Branch it la presumed that representative Fifield will be the selection of the com Rattee for chairman. 1 not certain she s wife but he will leave with her mrs. Morton of Cleveland says amnesia victim to. 3 her husband. I dont remember Haring seen her be fore but i am perfectly willing to go along. These were the words of amnesia Rie Tom no. 8. When visited today by mrs. 1 jams Val Morton of Cleveland who said the Man la her husband. Mrs Morton is so sure he to her bus band that she expected to take him to i Cleveland with her this afternoon j she said he had lost his memory Fol j lowing h1 release from a Hospital in France but that it was thought he had fully recovered. 1 the Man was identified when the chief of police of Cleveland showed his ple i Ture to mrs. Morton whose husband had i not been heard from since Ocic 30, and he immediately said it was a picture of her husband. he Marks in the mans clothing indicated he had bought his coat in Cleve land and the initials a. M in the sweat band of his hat caused the police to be Lieve his name was James m., hut the word Val written on r camera picture of the Man kept the police guessing. Morton so cording to information received from Cleveland was a victim of Shell Shook. He was employed by the mid Tex Oil company of Canton Ohio As travelling Salesman. He was married in Quebec in 1913. Andi is wife lived in London while he served la the Canadian army. He was gassed near the close of the War and was thrown several feet in the air by a Shell that fell near him. The Morton have two children John 4, and Brian 2. Chicago booze cases May get higher ups Chicago nov. 8.indictments Nam ing More than 100 persons As connected with a reported million Foliar whisky ring operating Here were expected to be returned by n Federal grand jury. The indictments include names of Many Chi Cago policemen and official according to report. Treaty would kill California Jap Law Washington nov. treaty in Der which japanese would be exempted from american Laws discriminating against orientals la being considered at the state department it was reported Here today. Buch a pact would be one Way of meet ing the japanese protests against the new California Law prohibiting owner ship of land by japanese and other Asi Atic. Negotiation a a result of this protest have bean in Progress for some weeks. A treaty naturally would nullify All provisions of state Laws contrary to its provisions change of judge granted taxi Driver after attempting to evade going to trial by escaping from the Marion county jail and seeking Refuge in okla homa. Ollie Brown a taxi Driver charged with manslaughter As the Reuh of Bis machine striking Mary Blanche Mccormick a sister of Providence on april 12, \1920 today appeared in the criminal court and asked for a change of venue from judge James court granted the petition and at Torney Frank s. Roby qualified a special judge and announced that the Case will go to trial next thursday. It is understood prosecutor Claris Adams desires a i

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