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SEPT. 26, 1929
3 PEDESTRIANS k,HIT BY CARS ON SLICK STREETS Occupants of Lightless Machine Flee After It Turns Over. Three pedestrians are in city hos pital today suffering from injuries leceived in automobile accidents on slippery streets Wednesday night. The injured are: George Russell, 42, of 521 Birch avenue, cuts and bruises; William H. Jordan, 63, of 934 South Delaware street, bruises, and Lee Ford, 52, Negro, 1112t2 Cor nell avenue, lacerations. Russell was injured when he was ruck by a car driven by Thomas Wilkinson, 33, of 2525 East Tenth reet, at Drover street and Oliver avenue. Jordan was hurt when a car driven by Lee Stuttler, 26, of 220 Glendale avenue, knocked him to •he pavement at Bickmg and Dela ware streets. Ford was struck by a car driven by Herbert Howser, Negro, 213 West North street, at Capitol avenue and Ohio street. Police today were searching for three men who fled following the iverturning of their auto after a ire blowout in the 1400 block on Wade street. The car, a Model T Ford coupe, had no certificate of title, no license, and no lights. In the fifth accident Wednesday night Thomas Thompson, 46, of 453 Agnes street, was arrested on a reckless driving charge after his car crashed into an auto driven by Philip Shelton, 42,'0f 735 West Thirty-seventh street, at Thirty b lxth street and Northwestern ave rnue. EDUCATOR’S ESTATE VALUED AT $50,000 Mr*. Mary Is. Hussey’s Will Is on File in Probate Court. The will of Mrs. Mary Bradshaw Huseey, 89. Indianapolis educator, v.tih an estimate of $50,000 personal property, was on file for probate to day. Frank Russell Hussey, Chicago, and Orville F. Shattuck, 735 West drive. Woodruff Place, were named executors. Mrs. Hussey died Mon day at the Shattuck home. She was president of the Dry Kiln Door Carrier Company. Operation of the company has been placed in the hands of Shattuck, husband of Mrs. Hussey’s niece. One-half of the estate, by the trill, was given to Mrs. Mary W. Shattuck and Mrs. Margaret W. Francke, St. Petersburg, Fla., nieces, and one-half was to be distributed to Frank R. Hussey, B. K. Hussey, nephews, and Mary Elaine Stead, London, England. RELATIVES LIVE IN CITY Major General Hodges, Dead Army Engineer, Has Nephew Here. Major General Harry Foote Hodges, United States army, re ared, 69, distinguished military engineer, who died at his home in ake Forest, 111., was the uncle of Dr. Fletcher Hodges, 3160 North Pennsylvania street, and a brother • f Dr. Edward Francis Hodges, who i ied here in 1916. Major General Hodges was with General Leonard Wood in Cuba and lth Major General Goethals in the ’anal zone. He also served over eas during the World war. He will ■ e buried at Lake Forest. 'ENVOY TO ITALY COMING Trade Conditions Abroad Will Be Subject of Conferences. Trade conditions in Italy will be discussed by Commercial Attache Mowatt M. Mitchell, the commerce department’s trade promotion offi rer at Rome, who will confer with Indianapolis business men.. Oct. 4. (Mitchell also will confer with Kenneth Dame, district manager of ae foreign and domestic commerce bureau. Sl7 Chamber of Commerce building. FAST SERVICE STARTED In .aim.polls and Indiana shippers to the eastern seaboard will benefit by the fast freight service an nounced today by the Pennsylvania railroad. Freight sent from here will reach the east within three days. Tt was announced. The announcement places the en tire freight service of the railroad east and west bound, on a third morning delivery basis throughout the entire year. , Before Baby Comes Ease and J jfOW Comfort raLw fi Expectant ||jj ffj Mothers Jf Th# muscles, tissues and nerves must • rive” easily as the abdomen enlarges or much pain and suffering may result. Mort important still, is to have the tis sues and muscles as "elastic asjpossible when the great moment ot childbirth •r ---rives. _ . Countless thousands of expectant moth a-pgrs for over 60 years have used * Mother s nPriend”—that time-tested, scientifically* ■ prepared skin lubricant and pain-rehever. • which originated in the prescription ot 9 an eminent obstetrician —and have fccj-i* relieved of the strain and the pam, tnc discomfort and the nervousness that come from the distention and the stretching ot the skin and the tissues which attend this delicate condition. Mother's Friend lessens pain You ewe yourself the comfort “Moth, er’s Friend” gives during the waiting months. It is so soothing and relaxing! It is not a drug to be taken. It is used externally only—gently rubbed into th# skin. Clean and pleasant to the touch. Bring# relief promptly. Very valuable in keeping the breasts in good condition. Also puts you in fine shape for the ap proaching ordeal. ... . , "Mother’s Friend is on sale ft f e 0 at all drug stores. $1.25 per ll* . bottle. Try a massage with Hnnk it tonight and notice the eas# Uy Bn(j com fort it gives. A book let on “Things to Know Before Baby Comes" will be mailed in plain envelope, free, on request. Address Bredfield Kegu* User Cos., Dept. £, Atlaau, 0. Three Generations Fly To celebrate her 97th birthday, Mrs. Bardon Tevlin and one daughter and two granddaughters went airplane-riding at the Alameda (Cal.) airport, each getting her initial journey in the clouds. And Mrs. Tevlin liked it so much she said she won’t be satisfied until her other thirty seven grandchildren make trips with her. Above <left to right) are Mrs. Tevlin, her daughter, Mrs. Pierre Le Clair, and two granddaughters, Mrs. La Verne Pickens and June Le Clair. CHURCH PLAYERS READY FOR SEASON The Sutherland Players Select Riley Fledderjohn as the Leading Player in ‘Just Suppose.’ IN THE forthcoming production of “Just Suppose” by the Sutherland Players, on Monday and Tuesday nights, Sept 30 and Oct. 1, at 8:15 o'clock, Riley Fledderjohn will appear as Monty Warren, which role, it will be remembered, is the wistful, rejected lover in this delightful south ern play by A. E. Thomas, who captures his audiences by his gallant and charming acceptance of the girl’s refusal. Mr. Fledderjohn has frequently played with the Sutherland Players, as well as other local dramatic groups, and has been cast by Norman Green, director of the players, in this southern role, which was originally played by William J. Keighley in the New York production of “Just Suppose” in October, 1920, at Henry Miller’s theater. Patricia Collinge, Mrs. Thomas WhifTen and Geoffrey Kerr of London were also in the original cast. “Just Suppose” is said to have been based on the rumor which cir culated out of Washington several years ago, on the prince of Wales’ official tour of this country, that that popular young man, H. R. H., had escaped from his diplomatic chaperones from the British embas sy for just one evening, and had scampered incognito into a charm ing Virginia home. Here, it is supposed what might happened if this old southern fam ily had taken him In and he had met this young, sympathetic daugh ter of the house. The resulting situ ations, though fantastically impossi ble, play charmingly well and leave the audience both wistful and tre mendously amused. This production opens the fourth ‘ * Once J was worried litll l J prepared many appetizing dishes ■ Rich, red blood builds sturdy health but John simply would not cat —just ' w ‘minced’ at his food. Perhaps some- Ir . , , . , 1111 times a little grouchy. I began to ,' ithout Polity of rich, red blood, fear he <uas ‘slipping.’ What was l there could be no strong, sturdy, pow to do? Love, home, happiness, busi- erful men, or beautiful, healthy ness success—all depended upon an women. improvement in his condition. The " v/ blood tonic idea suggested itself to When you get your blood cells back n n 7*/' M h DrU9 4u\ r ' c °™ mfnded SSS - up to normal, that sluggish, let-down Stores sell S.sls. h r ’j'fnUlr- 'that it had a \>een T suc- feeling, loss of appetite, rheumatism, in two sizes. ce°s°sful for’over IPO years; that it boils, pimples, and skin troubles dis- A sk f ,° i7 r e th ,* teas made from fresh vegetable drugs appear. You get hungry again, sleep is more "econom ar.d would not harm the most hr.'i- soundly; firm flesh takes the place of ical cate system. Also that it would build th t hi h once flabby. You feel up the blood and improve the proc- .. J * esses by which the body is nour - strong. 1 our nerves become steady. Isked. 1 brought home a Wyi S .S. S . is daily helping people regain ®ff bottle. John agreed to try it. If ell, ~ j u j in just a few days I could see the their s.rength and charm, thousands jfifiiP difference. His improvement has been of users haye testified to its benefits so rap'd he is going to take several j n unsolicited letters of gratitude. It more bottles and not .only that but he]ps Nature bui l d re d-blood-Cells. MB INI hr is novo telling his friends to take , . . v , . , SS.S.” “ P lves t 0 feature what it needs in Loss of appetite only a making you feel like yourself again. Bf |9 It is a known fact that when ' |\ one’s system gets “run-down.” i. ymJSi. they haven’t the resistance to -fflg*' ™ fi ward off diseases. Loss of appe- §L -ISM. i weakness pervades the makes you Jeet like yourself again consecutive season of the Suther land Players. Ipdianapolis theaters today offer: “Paris Bound” at the Indiana; “Dance of Life” at the Circle; “The Cock Eyed World” at the Apollo; “Hollywood Revue” at the Palace; “On With the Show” at the Ohio; Clark and Smith at the Lyric; “The Bohemians” at the Mutual, and movies at the Colonial. Princeton Doctor Dies Bii Times ftnreinl PRINCETON, Ind., Sept. 26. Funeral services were held Wednes day for Dr. Calvin L. Null, 72, for several years city health officer here. He died of heart disease after being ill three month. He had been a physician thirty-six years. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES POLICE PATROL ‘BLACK BELT' TO AVOID RIOTING Three Killed in Chicago Gun Battle Over Mystic Cult. Bu United Bn eg CHICAGO, Sept. 26.—Ominous calm held Chicago's "Black Belt” today as police reserves patrolled the area where riot guns and pistols blazed Wednesday in a battle be tween officers and votaries of a bizarre secret Negro cult. A police man and a Negro were killed and two patrolmen and a Negro were wounded. The gun battle stripped secrecy from the Moorish Science Temple of America and the World, a cult in which Mohammedan titles, voo dooism, Confucianism, Buddhism and “jungle magic” were intermixed strangely. Its leaders told police thousands of members are scattered over the country and there are tweny-seven temples in various cities. Armed militia were ordered on duty at south side armories to in sure munitions against raids. A raid by police on a ramshackle flat, in the heart of the “Black Belt,” precipitated the battle on Wednesday. Officers were seeking Kirkman Bey, cult leader, who had been kidnaped by other leaders in a feud. Their demand for entrance into a room in the flat was answered with a fusillade of bullets. Patrol man William Gallagher was killed and Patrolmen Jesse D. Hults and Stewart McCutcheon fell wounded. Police bullets killed Stephenson Bey ana wounded Eugene Bey, Negroes. Hemorrhoids Go All Pile Agony Disappears Without Cutting or Salves. Piles are caused by congestion of blood in the lower bowel. Only an internal remedy can remove the cause. That’s why salves and cutting fail. Dr. Leonhardt’s Hem-Roid, a harmless tablet, succeeds, because it relieves this congestion and strengthens the affected parts. Hem-Roid has given quick, safe and lasting relief to thousands of Pile Sufferers. It will do the same for you or money back. Hook’s. Walgreen's and druggists everywhere sell Hetat- Roid with this guarantee.—Advertise ment. Kirkman Bey, the kidnaped cultist, was not hurt. Negroes, attracted by the gunfire, crowded the streets and 350 police men were sent to disperse them. More than one hundred shots were fired. Seventy-two Negroes were taken to police headquarters. Police said Ria Johnson, one of those held, ad mitted he shot Patrolman Gallagher. Police learned the cult grew out of the Abyssinian movement of 1920, a “back to Africa” move. That or j gar.ization was credited with killing a policeman, a sailor and a cigar | store operator in 1920, shortly after \ a race riot in which two score per sons were killed. * Following the shootings in 1920, the Abyssinian organization was broken up and several Negroes i hanged. The present organization I then was formed. Claude Green, leader of the cult, ; was murdered in March of this year | and Drew Ali, who succeeded him, died in July. The cult has been ! leaderless since, and police incline !to the theory that Kirkman % was | seeking to become its head. 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Regarded as the strongest margin Austria, the police chief appears to have the support of the three gov ernment parties, and it is believed generally he will accept the chancellorship .which Streeruwitz relinquished Wednesday. It was reported that Schober’s main condition for acceptance was that while chancellor, as in 1921. he retain the functions of police chief. Streeruwitz announced his resigna tion Wednesday in response to the demand of the “Landbund,” or the Agarian party. The reason why the Landbund precipated Streeruwitz resignation remained unknown officially. In Baby 6 Days Old Had Eczema .411 Over Body. Culicura Heals. “When my baby was six days old eciema broke out all over his body in little red pimples Later it spread to his head and face, and he: was cross and fretful. It itched and burned causing him to scratch and the irritation prevented him from sleeping. “I read an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment ana sent for a free sample It helped him so I purchased more, and after using four cakes of Soap and about six boxes of Ointment he was healed. (Signed) Mrs George Keever, Gladstone, HI., Feb. 4, 1929. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. Talcum 25c- Sold everywhere. Sample each free. Address: "Cuticura Laboratories. Dept. H, Maiden, j Cuticura Sharias Stick 25c. PAGE 13 well-informed circles, however, it was stated that Streeruwitz him self contended that the time had come to yied his place to a stronger and more popular man. To resign on his accord woud have apepared cowardly, and hence, he asked the Landbund to make a formal demand for his resignation. You haven’t really read The j Times until you have read the want i ads.