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DEC. 6, 1929.
LEAP TOO LATE TO SAVE LIFE OF MAIL FLIER Partially Opened Parachute Tells Mute Story of Futile Effort. B >/ UviteA Press CLEVELAND, Dec. 6.—The body of Thomas N. Nelson, mall pilot, killed In the crash of his plane last Monday, will be taken to his home in Plainsfleld, N. J., today. The body of Nelson, found Thurs day afternoon by two hunters, a few feet from his plane, was taken to Painesville, O. Coroner Lester T. Reynolds of Geauga county pro nounced death due to exposure. He said Nelson had been forced down in a blinding snow storm and leaped too late. His partially-opened parachute told a mute tale of his attempt to cheat death. He never regained consciousness after striking the ground, the coroner said. Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh, Phil Love, Paul Collins, Eddie Stinton, Lieutenant James Doolittle and other famous fliers took part in the search for NeLson. Lindbergh spent the night at a hotel with Love. He is expected to take off for New York some time today. Love, Lindbergh and Nelson were "buddies” at an army training school and all flew the Chicago-St. Louis air mail route together. ACTRESS WILL MARRY Musical Comedy Star Announces Impending Wedding. /.’a r nitnl Frees NEW YORK, Dec. 6.—lt was an nounced Friday that Nydia D’Ar nell, the musical comedy actress, would marry Harry A. Bruno early in January. Miss D’Arnell is on her way from Australia, where she appeared in "Show Bout.” Among her Broadway appearances have been roles in “Mayflowers,” "Happy Go Luc,ky,” “Golden Dawn” and “My Maryland.” Bruno is a member of the aviation publicity firm of Bruno & Blythe. SATURDAY SPECIALS AT BRAUER’S wa 7 sh e ■■ IIIM Smoked Picnics lb. 18y 2 c SI GAR CURED p or k Roasts lb. 15c BACON Pure Lard- 5 lbs. 55c Ir\ Fresh Hams, Small Lean lb. 20c 9c CHUCK Hamberger, Fresh Ground lb. 17y 2 c ROASTS snXri HAM, Center Cuts lb. 38c AnyCut> * Pure Pork < Lb.— g OC Sausage lb. ■ APPLES CARLOAD SALE SATURDAY GRIMES Bushel $ Ilf .75 GOLDEN Basket Jlffr Many other varieties. Northern Spies, Baldwins and Rhode Island Greenings POTATOES CARLOAD SALES * rr Genuine Red River Valley Jj|| IRISH COBBLERS At Car Door—23o Virginia Ave. Just South of B. & O. Freight House Hamill Bros. Distributors For Real Estate Management Jfletrbei GTrust IBanfes MannnaBaMMMMMMMW QUALITY RADIO Majestic, Atwater Kent and Radiola. Ist our convenlnit payment plan. VONNEGUT’S 130-124 E. Washington St. Rent a Piano Term* aa Low a. SI.OO A WEEK Pearson Piano Cos ItHSb N. PemnjlTtßla Poor Teeth—Poo? Health Cm Im Afford to Neglect Tonr.t Good Werk—Moderate Price. The People's Dentists M We.i WHhiyftoD Stmt HOI'RS—B a. m. to 6 p. m. Sundays—9 a. m. to 12 m. r A Tailored to Yonr Individual Meas- vJIV CREDIT LEON’S 254 Mats. Ave. g, - j ALL NEW MODEL ATWATER KENT RADIO $lO Down—s 2 Week Call Ca for Demonstration Public Service Tire Cos. 118 E. New Fork Bt. Lincoln fill* TRY A WANT AD IN THE TIMES. THEY WILL BRING RESULTS. Prize Winning Recipes Peanut and Banana Salad Three tablespoons of flour, one cup of sugar, two eggs, two and one half cups milk, one-half pound of peanuts and four bananas. Mix flour, sugar, eggs and milk, cooking until thick. Then add one table spoon of vinegar. Slice bananas and cover bottom of a deep bowl, then cover with a layer of filling, placing a layer of crushed peanuts on top. Alternate with the filling banana and peanut layers until ingredients are used. MRS. JAMES TATE. 2943 Bartholomew street. Lemon Chiffon Pie One-third cup of cold water, tablespoon gelatine, 4 eggs, 1 cup of sugar, juice and rind of one lemon and few grains of halt. Soak gela tine in 1-3 cup of cold water. Put 4 yolks, lemon juice and rind, with cup of sugar in double boiler. Beat with an egg beater until firm and creamy. Pour in gelatine and beat a few minutes longer. Cool. Beat egg whites until stiff, add the remaining half cup of sugar. Fold in yolks with egg whites. Pour into a baking shell. Place in re frigerator until set. ( MRS. IDA POWELL. 3151 Ruckle street. Dutch Potatoes Select enough medium-sized pota toes to suit tdhe family. Scrub, pare and cut hole lengthwise through the center of the potatoes with an apple corer. Draw a frankfurter or small link sausage through each cavity. Place potatoes in a dripping pan and lay a piece of salt pork or bacon ovwr each one. Salt and pep per and bake in a very hot oven until potatoes are tender, basting frequently with the drippings and a little hot water. MRS. E. F. CARSON. R. R. 15, Box 532, Indianapolis. White Mountain Cake One and one-half cups cane sugar, sifted; Vz cup butter and lard, 1 cup cold water, 2% cups swansdown cake flour, sifted; 3 or 4 egg whites, 2 rounding teaspoons baking pow der, pinch of salt, 1 teaspoon flavor ing. Cream sugar, shortening and a little water, add water and flour al ternately, add baking powder, fold /Q, Value Wise Caf) Shoppers Turn to A. & P. Markets Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6 and 7 Fresh Picnics Pork Loin Roast S s^ a whole O' Halt Lb. 15c L>. I9C Beef Chuck Roast Young Beef £,|>. 23c Shoulder Round Lb. 27® Round or Sirloin steak Tender Beef Lb. 35* Veal Roast Fancy Milk Fed Calf lib. 23c Veal Chops Shoulder or Rib Lb. 15 Pacifism in stiffly beaten egg whites and add flavoring. Bake in 2 layers, 20 to 25 minutes. MRS. L. GRISSOM, 764 Carlyle place, city. Cranberry Conserve One quart of cranberries, 1 pint of raisins, 2 oranges, 2 cups of sugar. Boil cranberries and raisins until tender. Then add grated oranges or sugar and cook over a slow fire until done. MRS. MARY LONG. 810 Jefferson street, Crawfords ville, Ind. TEXT IS GUARANTEED No Alterations Now Can Be Made in Clemenceau’s Manuscript. By United Press PARIS, Dec. 6.—The manuscript of the late Georges Clemenceau’s last book, which was completed only a few hours before he was stricken with fiis last illness, has been guar anteed against corrections or addi tions by his family. The family obtained the signa ture of President Wattine of the civil tribunal to the first and last page of the manuscript, thus mak ing it impossible for the text to be altered. Several airplanes have been struck by lightning while in flight. BBecf Ir* ! Smoked Boneless oo * iT, s t 15c Hams 23 c ; S Swiss ini 3reakfast 4 □ Steak I/2C Bacon £IIC 4 > Fresh W'hole 1 <7 1 Whole or Half oa 4 ► Shoulders 1I 2 C Smoked Hams ZU C 4 * Fresh Whole 1 Ql' Standard Special rtp J | Hams 10 2 C Blend Coffee Z)C jjjg k Pork Loin 117 1 Rib- 1O 1 and 3 Roast ll 2C|lets lZjfC COOKIE'S (t\ n*t BAKE WITH J EVANS' F-Z'BAKF „ p rLouii 'c V- # r- oni-ppoci! C |^^igffiiKr4nrnkL f)P ° 1 A Imi THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES DRY LEADERS PLEASED WITH ALABAMA TEST Supreme Court Rules State Within Powers as to Liquor Buyers. Bn United Press WASHINGTON, Dec. 6.—The fed eral government will not seek to take advantage of state laws which make buyers as well as sellers of liquor liable. Prohibition Commis sioner James M. Doran said today commenting on the successful test of Alabama’s law affecting pur chasers of intoxicants. Major liquor offenders appre hended by federal officers will con tinue to be tried under the Vol stead act, Doran said. The successful test of the Ala bama law caused no surprise here, for several states have such dryer than-Volstead statutes. These laws, while they exceed the national prohibition act, are fully within the state’s police powers, the supreme court has decided. The state’s rights are much more ex tensive than that of the federal government. Encouraged by the Alabama de cision, Senator Sheppard (Dem., TexA prepared to ask the senate jurdiciary committee to act on his bill to incorporate the word “pur chase” in the Volstead law, along with the words "sale and posses sion.” Sheppard pointed out the- num ber of recent court decisions hold ing the purchaser of liquor can be punished under existing state law. "They all add weight to my posi tion,” he said. Palace Postman Retires By United Press LONDON. Dec. 6.— W. J. May. the postman at Buckingham palace has retired after thirty-seven years MILK-FED POULTRY SPECIALS FOR SATCKDAY FRYERS 30c HENS ....30c Free Dressing While Ton Walt Phone Lincoln 4979 City Poultry Market 12p N. Alabama St. Northeast tor. Ala. & Wabash - -- ■ , ' r _ . _ KILO CEILS , ’ ,• , ■ t ; ’ ■ i; ‘ ■ KROGER CUTS PRICES ON COFFEE That Old Lb. * Favorite Pkg. IEWKF A Golden Bourbon Lb. tf| W wf Santos Pkg. Jaf'Jr** COUNTRY CLUB Ti - 42c PANCAKE FLOUR Prepared Pkgs. 15c SOAP CHIPS KROGER’S 2 Pkgs. *S - COM PEAS - TOMATOES A STANDARD BRAND Stock Real . No. 2 U P Bargain Cans *20%. Now POTATOES u - s - 1 § Lb*. 42c Oranges Floridas doz. j C e | er y Well Bleached 2—ls* BANANAS >s4 Lbs. 25c FRESH PICNICS CUT FROM YOUNG CORN-FED PORKERS, STANDARD CUT AND TRIM, 4 to 8 LBS. AVERAGE Lb. 14V2C Fresh Cottage Butts Lb. 20c Chuck Roast BEEF* 25c PHOENI* MAYONNAISE t Completes Salad Ask for it by name, PHOENIX Means quality at lowest possible prices. Other PHOENIX items—Coffee, Canned Fruits, Canned Vegetables, etc. Packed bj r SCHNULL & COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS in the king’s sendee. Delivering letters from kings, princes and dip lomats to the royal family of Great WACKER’S M EAT MARKET 403-05 W. Wash. St. R 1 ley 9081 SATURDAY SPECIALS Pure Lard 1 AV2 4 Pounds Limit-Lb. Pure Pork Sausage 15c Dressed Rabbits 25c BANANAS £ 10c Britain was part of May's daily routine. It Is estimated he walked 65.000 miles while on duty. PAGE 27 ‘The Best SownA You Ever Bought! Headquarters for BUESCHER Band Instruments Pearson Piano Cos. 128-S0 N Pennsylvania MAN HOU seam j '(jyYjtth the jll,'baked 'outdo ors’’ \JI 'isVor 11/- i / Out of the Maine forests I —where famous cooks build body and brawn come Bean Hole Beans. Layers of beans and sugar-cured pork, cups of brown sugar and molasses, sealed in the great, iron bean pot — I 1 baked all night long in a j \ bed of smouldering em/ . bers deep in the under- J ground "bean hole?* —t no other beans were>evA so good or wholesome. The choicest beans, highest grade, sugar-cured pork* select brown sugar and mo lasses —add to the famous* original North Woods rec* ipe the certain knowledge of purity and cleanliness certified by Van Camp food experts in the Nation’? Kitchens and you’ll knov| why everyone likes Bean Hole Beans. Some truthful cooks say , they are as good as the best w] beans they ever baked— some say they are even better* Why not try them and get the family’s verdict tonight? After that you will serve them often. Two sizes* medium, 15c; large, 25C ASK YOUR GROCER FOR W(M FOODS SOUPS-SPAGHETTI EVAPORATED MILK. .CATS U P CHILE CON CARNE KIDNEY BEANS & vegetablerrodugs TRY A WANT AD IN THE TIMES. THEY WILL BRING RESULTS.