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JAN. 9, 1930.
VIOLENCE TOLL HEAVYi HOLDUP WAVE RENEWS Three Held as Suspects After Thugs Injure Rob bery Victims. Holdup men opened a reign of terrorum in Indianapolis Wednes day night, slugging their victims and severely injuring several in robberies. Three men were slugged in hold ups, two being taken to hospitals. Police arrested one Negro on bur glary charges and took two Ohio men into custody on vagrancy charges when officers allege one was found sitting on a 22 calibre re volver in a parked car and when the two attempted to escape as police arrived. Ivan Shelton, 27, of 56 North Fourteenth • street. Beech Grove, truck driver for the J. D. Eastman Company, cleaners, was slugged and robbed cf S3O by a Negro in the 400 blocic on East Fifteenth street. The Negro forced Shelton, at the muzzle of a gun, to drive into an alley, where he struck Shelton on the head. The Negro drove the truck awpy, abandoning it several blocks away Slug Sleeper Two Negroes entered sleeping quarters of Alva E Smith, 58, ii} the rear of 2108 North Arsenal av enue, at midnight and slugged him with a revolver butt, escaping with S6O. He was taken to city hospital with a deep scalp wound. Four Negroes, following a Negro woman peddler into the home of George Peterman, 58, of 521 North Douglass street, slugged Peterman with a gun and escaped with $4 cash, a watch, a revolver and cloth ing. Peterman was alone in the house. He suffered severe scalp wounds. Harry Smith, 18, Negro, of 1621 North Arsenal avenue, was arrested in the Slg Muhl drug store, 949 North Illinois street, at midnight. Mrs. Josephine Griflin, of 947 North Illi nois street, heard breaking of glass, and police investigating, found the Negro in the drug store with a sack containing $7.15 in change he had stolen. Two other Negroes who escaped are sought. Held for Vagrancy Archie Martin, 27, and Charles Brandenburg, 21, both of Middle town, 0., were arrested on vagrancy charges while sitting in Martin’s parked car at Illinois street and the canal. Two motorcycle officers say the men made an attempt to escape when the police car arrived, and that one was sitting on a .32-caliber gun. Both are held under $2,000 bonds. A bandit robbed Cecil Smitha of 341 Berkley road, attendant at a Shell filling station at Illinois and Forty-sixth streets, of sls. Police believe the bandit who robbed Edward Lockhart of 227 East Vermont street. Red Cab driver, of s'■ at Washington street and Tibbs avenue at midnight was the bandit who has announced himself as “The Banana Kid,” although no boast of this kind accompanied Lockhart’s robbery. The bandit escaped in another ear. which nad followed the cab from the Traction terminal station. MRS. RYAN WEDS COUNT Pope Grants Dispensation Allowing French Nobleman to Marry. Bjj Ignited Press PARIS. Jan. 9.—Count Frederic de Janze and Mrs. Genevieve Wil linger Ryan of Washington, were married today in the town hall of the sixteenth arrondissement. A nuptial mass was said later at St. Pierre de Chaillot. The pope granted a special dis pensation to allow the church mar riage because the count had been divorced. He was divorced from the former Alice Silverthorne of Chi cago. after she shot an English no bleman. Raymond de Trafford, in a Parks railway station in 1927. A read'a Widow Dies F,ti Time* special ARCADIA. Ind., Jan. 9.—Mrs. Mamie Kauffman, 59. wid •<.*: of Asher Kauffman, is dead at her home here after a week's illness with pneumonia. She leaves a daughter. Mrs. Lloyd Gearhart, and the following brothers and sisters: E. A. Mosbaugh. George Mosbaugh and Curtis Mosbaugh. all of Hamil ton county; Mrs. Frank Rodenbeck, Arcadia; Mrs. Eva Hobbs, Ft. Wayne, and Mrs. Cora Flannagan, Indianapolis. Cities Seek Hospital ru Times Special ANDERSON. Ind.. Jan. 9.—Alex andria and Elwooti community or ganizations have joined American Legion posts in an effort to induce the United States Veteran's bureau to award the new Indiana veterans' hospital to the north part of Madi son county. Anderson. Muncie. Marion and Kokomo are other cities in this locality seeking the hospital. Fauper Rates Asked ftp Times Special GREENCASTLE. Ind., Jan. 9. Free care for pauper patients at the Putnam county hospital is asked in petitions presented by the township trustees and board of commissioners of the county. At present, townships pay full rates for such cases. YrOUR CHILD’S need* prompt atten- V ' V ' i - tion. Children'* Mu*> tcrole applied every Hour for 5 hour* should bnng relief. All druggist*. Always the latest Victor, Brunswick and Columbia Records. Pearson Piano Cos. m-SO N. Pennsylvania St. BELIEVE IT OR NOT *M)DRESSEI> / / A was mailed in Tulsa,okla ' / \ %gs?f 6y Robert yeegev -and was 1£ A l i twtanation tomorrow "" CNIHC ENGLISH 4* J tsip— —" ■ r - J Cla Kina cwto™. Sr-**-. IK- S" S’** l * "* h “ BRGDSE IS HEAD GF FARMS ■lnsurgents’ Are Victorious in State Department Election. So-called Insurgents on the state board of agriculture scored a victory at the annual election Wednesday afternoon by electing U. C. Brouse of Kendaliville president. Brouse defeated John ft. Nash of Tipton, vice-president before the re organization and “regular” candi date, by a vote of 11 to 5. C. Y. Foster of Carmel won the vice presidency over W. W. Wilson of Muncie by a vote of 9 to 7. Today the board will meet to de cide features of the 1930 Indiana state fair. They may eliminate the carnival concession, having debated it pro and con Wednesday. E. D. Logsdon of Indianapolis, retiring president, was elected to represent the fair board on the Ini diana Livestock Breeders’ Associa tion, R. C. Jenkins of Orleans, Levi P. Moore of Rochester, Nash, Brouse and A. J. Barker are on the enter tainment committee. Barker was re-elected as full-time secretary of the board. Three Children Hurt ru Times Special MUNCIE, Ind, Jan. 9.—Three Royerton school pupils were injured slightly near here when a bus, carrying twenty-five children, over turned, following a collision. The bus was driven by Ernest Freeman and was struck by a large truck driven by Essa Miller. Freeman said the bus was standing still when struck, while Miller claims the bus was being backed across a road. The injured children were treated at a hospital here. Jr. C. of C. Favored Bu Times Special GREENCASTLE, Ind., Jan. 9. Formation of a Junior Chamber of Commerce among the younger men here was suggested at a meeting of directors of the senior chamber. ATTENTION! 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CCTICIJRA-EEig CUTICURA SOAP cleanses the skin— OdT CUTICURA OINTMENT scothes and heals blemishes, rashes, and pimples— fnr CUTICURA TALCUM gives the skin IUI ” Vb f jj pleasing fragrance and leaves it re ■ • yT Vj IL # freshed and cooL Used in combination &tClft m JtlßClll ft / they safeguard your Skin-Health- Soso !se. Oiatment Jte. *tvs We, T.lTOra Begin COST tO USC CUTICURA prepara- Iffiig&i; 22? tiona regularly I SUGGEST INGRID OF SWEDEN AS BRIDE Marriage of Marie Jose Reduces Royal Field to Eight. BY PRINCESS ALI FAZIL United Press Staff Correspondent PARIS, Jan. 9.—One by one the princesses of Europe, eligible to share the throne of the British kingdom with the prince of Wales, are marrying and the prince makes no move to find himself a bride. 1 >.e field now has been reduced to eight, with the marriage Wednesday- of Belgium’s pretty Princess Marie Jose. The marriage at Rome hardly was concluded beiore the chancellories busily were buzzing with gossip about the next royal marriages of Europe, and it is agreed generally that shortly Wales will |nd his field reduced by another wedding to seven, when Princess Juliana Emma of Holland marries a Teuton prince. The field, as it stands now. still is open, without odds, but with plenty of choice: Beatrice of Spain, 20, a fine dan cer and brunette. Marie-Christine of Spain, 18, one of the best-dressed princesses. Ileana of Rumania, 20, blonde, taller than the prince and a real beauty. Juliana Emma of Holland, 20, blonde and buxom. Giovanna of Italy, 22, coal-black hair; her mind Is set on the Bulgar ian throne. Ingrid of Sweden, 19, a tall blonde and socially popular. Eudoxia of Bulgaria, 31, very domestic and caretaker of the im perial palace for her bachelor brother Boris. Hilda of Luxembourg, 32, last remaining spinster sister of Char lotte. blonde and a very fine cook. Charlotte, blonde and a very fine cook. The prince of Wales can find plenty of diversity of choice in that field, but if there were any odds offered, many observers in the chan celleries would place their stakes on Ingrid of Sweden. There have been many ties in the past between the British throne snd the imperial families of Scandinavia. There are religious reasons why a marriage hardly Is probable between Wales and the Italian and Spanish princesses, all strong Roman Cath olics, and Ileana and Eudoxia, or thodox Catholics. Named Council R ep resentative on Park Board R Mary SgglJpk Fred C. Gardner Fred C. Gardner, Republican councilman, who has large real es tate holdings in the city, will repre sent the city council on the city plan commission. On motion of Maurice E. T ennant. Republican, Gardner was elected unanimously by the city council Monday night to succeed Herman P. Lieber, retiring Republican council man, who is a business associate of Gardner's. The city plan commission, which also sits as board of zoning appeals, has a councilman member ex-officio under the statute. E. Kirk McKin ney, Democratic city chairman and real estate dealer, also is an ex off Icio member as president of the works board. Gardner is treasurer of E. C. At kins Company, saw manufacturers, and has extensive interests in sev eral downtown garages, theaters and office buildings. He was selected to succeed Lieber as parks chairman because of his experience several years ago as a park board member. New Lisbon Man Dies P.U Times Special NEW LISBON, Ind., Jan. 9. Roland Reynolds is dead here. He leaves two brothers; Herschel, New Lisbon, and Herbert, Indianapolis, and a sister, Mrs, Daisy Hollings worth, Lewisville. I Slug's Subway! 1 Li-/ .... v * 20 W. Wash. St. 150 Silk DRESSES On SALE Friday at Exactly Price iGB For Now and Spring! Pastel Felts tsf| .95 i Linen blues . . Monet . . Mint greens . . black M . soft beiges . . browns . . Na x f ' some trimmed with straw. —Glorious new felts are flatteringly shaped in lines that express your individuality of person and cos tume . , . in colors of a pastel hued rainbow. FIVE ARE HURT IN COLLISIONS Man and Wife Injured in Train-Auto Crash. Two persons today were recover ing at St. Vincent's hospital from injuries sustained in a train-auto mobile crash, while three others were reported on the way to re covery from injuries suffered in auto mishaps here Wednesday night. Disregarding warning bells and lights, according to witnesses, Leti* Hirsch, 45, of 2305 Brookside ave nue, drove his car into the path of a northbound Monon train at the Thirty-eighth street crossing short ly before 10 p. m. The car was dragged twenty feet, and hurled against the state fair ground fence. Mrs. Hirsch was cut Continuing Our CLEARANCE SHOE SALE Featuring Further Reduced Prices on Values as High as $5 Suedes, Satins, ... All Colors See Our f TfAPI Sho P Windows J™- P Early 4 W. Wash. PAGE 9 and suffered nervous shock. He wae bruised. Mrs. Anna M. Andrews, 41. of 4919 East Twelfth street, was cut on the face, and Joe Petroe, 46. Negro, 1432 North Riley avenue, was bruised when two automobiles collided at Orange and Laurel streets. Mrs. Valcla Hannah. 38, of Hills burg. was injured Wednesday night In an accident at Thirteenth and Illinois streets. City hospital physi cians said her hip was fractured. Itching Skin Banished By Antiseptic Zemo If itching, burning skin makes life unbearable, quickly apply Zemo, the soothing, cooling, invisible family antiseptic. Thousands find that Zemo brings swift relief from Itch ing. helps to draw out local infection and restore the skin to normal. For twenty years Zemo has been clearing up skin, relieving pimples, rash and other skin irritations. Never be without it. Sold everywhere—3sc, 60c and sl.oo.—Advertisement. 20 W. Wash. 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