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STORES FORM CLUB TO FICHT GOODHETURN Names of Persons in Habit of Making Exchanges to Be Traded. Curbing abuse of the return merchandise privilege is the aim.of the Adjusters’ Club formed today within the Merchants’ Association, by executives of stores t 6 whom re quests for the return of merchandise is made. Meeting Wednesday in headquar ters of the Merchants’ Association, heads of merchandise houses planned to meet every ten days to discuss matters pertaining to the exchange of merchandise and to exchange names of persons in the habit of abusing the return merchandise privilege. Robert Miller of L. S. Ayres & Cos. was elected permanent chairman. Stores represented in the Ad justers' Club and representatives follow: Robert Miller. L. S. Avres & Cos.; Harrv Rvder. Baldwin Plano Company: J. F. Mussulman. Banner Furniture Company: H. W. James. William H. Block Company: C. C. Cohee. Kahn Tailoring Company; Rov V. Mvers. Colonial Furniture Company: L. 3. Gausepohl. E. J. Oausepohl & Cos.: Mrs. Tose Bettis. Goldstein Brothers. Inc.; Wil liam J. Thitele. Paul H. Krauss Company; Karl Ziegler. Charles Mayer & Cos.; Paul K. Lawall. Morrison's. Inc.; Miss Stella W. Morrison. L. E. Morrison & Cos.: H. E. Talbott. Marott Shoe Shop: W. E. Frultts. W. H. Messenger Company: Carl Smith, Pettis Dry Goods Company; Miss Nell Ter ry. Rink's Cloak House: H. A. Tolln. Se ll* Dry Goods Company; W. E. Swinford. Star Store; Mrs. Prudence Douglas. W. K. Stewart Company: C. E. Young. L. Strauss As Cos.; Ralph C. Vonnegut. Vonnegut Hard ware Company; Miss Sarah Caplin, Julius C. Walk Ac Son, Inc., and C. C. Finnefrock and Mrs. Louise B. Eastes. H. P. Wasson As Cos. Gone, but Not Forgotten Automobiles reported to police as stolen belong to: Thomas P. O'Connor, 840 South Meri dian street. Ford coupe. 760-711. from Illi nois and Washington streets. Earl Ross. 2268 Pierson avenue, Chevro let sedan. 71-787. from Market and Illi nois streets. Citizens Motor Car Company, 31 West Thirteenth street. Nash coupe, from Penn sylvania and Vermont streets. C. C. Groves. 1215 Prospect street. Bulck sedan. 95-141. from Virginia avenue and Maryland street. Emmalena McAree. 1144 Evison street. Ford coupe, from Meridian and Washing ton streets. Mvron Gordon. 1704 Union street. Chev rolet coupe, from 302$ North Meridian street. BACK HOME AGAIN Stolen automobiles recovered by police belong to: Chevrolet coupe. 284-796, no title, found st 131 West Wabash street. Chevrolet landau, no license, no title, found at Temple avenue and Michigan street. Hitch-Hikers Lose Luggage Harry Boyd, 34, of 4916 Bond street, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Lloyd Jack, East Calis, Vt., hitch-hikers, lost their luggage here late Wednes day when, alighting from a car in which they had ridden here with a man from Johnstown, Pa., they forgot the two suitcases. Police are seeking to locate the driver. Scholarships Are Awarded Marion county scholarships to In diana university today are held by Miss Frances Blank, graduate of the Valley Mills high school, and Robert Hammer, Arsenal Technical high school graduate. Both recipi ents have been honor students in their respective schools. I New Patterns...New Colors I * % All-White, Beige and White, Black and ;f 4 % White, Beige and Brown, All-Parchment, * I % Parchment and Green, Parchment and Brown. Wide selection of styles. WVre doing the sport \ shoe business of the city \ because we’re offering the \ 1 biggest values. Strictly Y ma * er ‘ a k an< * Medium and own importations. Thrift Shoes Merchants Bank Bldg. . . . Downstairs . . . Corner Washington at Meridian Street ROGERS HAD TO WAIT TO ACT COMEDY ROLE The Talkers Made Possible of “So This Is London” Because the Spoken Word Is Essential. WHEN Fox Films selected George M. Cohan’s stage success, “So This Is London," for their second starring vehicle for Will Rogers, said to be the best knowr. personality in America, they selected a story which not only was cut and tailored to fit the Oklahoma cowpuncher, but a story that Rogers has long wanted to do for the screen, but awaited the audible screen for its proper presentation. In “So This Is London,” which opens today at the Apollo, Rogers plays the role of "Hiram Draper,” Texas cotton mill owner whose business duties compel him to go to London to negotiate the purchase of a cotton mill. Then the fun begins. Draper’s idea is that all English man are either butlers or lords — one drinking tea all day and the other serving it to him. Conversely, "Lord Percy Worthing ” played by Lunu'den Hare, classifies Americans as gum chewers and in general, people who seem to be able to talk of nothing but their money. When Draper’s son becomes en gaged to Lord Percy’s daughter, both fathers have to get down to serious business and in settling the affairs of the young couple, they come t@ the conclusion that people of all races, when you get beneath the surface, are really the same. Event ually, they arrive at mutual good will and understanding. Irene Rich plays again the role of Roger’s screen wife- Maureen O’Sullivan is the English girl, Frank Albertson, the son of Roger’s, and Lumsden Hare and Mary Forbes, the English parents of the girl. Short subjects are included on the program. SEGAL HEADS BIG MOVIE CAST A beautiful woman who must fight for her honor against a hos tile soldier on her own wedding night provides an interesting situa tion, it is said, in “Bride of the Regimant,” the First National all techni-color picture coming to the Circle Friday. Her husband captured by Aus trian forces, the countess must sub mit to the handsome Austrian lead er or witness the death of her hus band. The story is based on the German novel and the New York musical hit, “The Lady in Ermine.” Vivienne Segal and Allan Prior, stage stars, have the leading roles of Countess and Count Beltrami. Walter Pidgeon is the Austrian colonel. Louise Fazenda, Ford Ster ling, Myrna Loy, Lupino Lane and Harry Cording are prominent in the large cast. In the featured supplementary attraction of the program this week, Mack Sennett is to be commended on his bringing together two cham pions in one picture. In “Match Play,” an all-talking gennett com edy, he presents Walter Hagen, the British open champion, and Leo Diegel, American professional golf title holder and Canadian open champion, as principals in a com edy revolving around their sport. Andy Clyde, Marjorie Beebe and Bud Jamison have the chief comedy roles. The champions play golf in what is said to be an amazing man ner. They perform many difficult shots before the camera. Another short feature on the pro ,Tram is the Paramount talkartoon. “Hot Dog.” A Paramount sound news reel completes the bill. 8 8 8 POWELL TOPS CAST IN PRISON PLAY William Powell's second starring picture for Paramount, “Shadow of the Law,” which will be presented at the Indiana next week, starting Friday, is said to give every prom ise of being even more entertaining and interesting than his recent es- fort, the widely acclaimed “Street of Chance.” On the stage this week Borrah Minevitch and his harmonica ras cals are the feature of the PuDlix stage presentation, “Smart Smart ies.” Like “Street of Chance,” this latest Paramount picture, “Shadow of the Law ” is said to give Powell a role of many emotions revealed in 3 story which is novel and different. There are no courtroom scenes nor any of the conventional use of props. The play has a story to tell and tells it by vital action. Sup porting Powell, who is said to give one of the best performances of his career, is Marion Shilling, one of Paramount’s new leading ladies; Natalie Moorhead, Regis Toomey and Paul Hurst. “Smart Smarties” has, besides Borrah Minevitch and his musical rascals in its cast, Rose Kessner, keeper of the hoodlums; Laura Lane, a pint of personality; Mc- Garry and Dawn, twin stepping stars, and Margie Green, dancer. Ed Resener has arranged a special overture, “Zampa.” Dessa Byrd will be at the organ playing a novel and interesting organ solo, “An- Oh Boy! What Joy LIFT CORNS RIGHT OUT The English Way Right from England comes the new, better, joyful way to take out corns—root and all. Callouses go also and you can rub off that hard skin on heels and toes with your hand—the magic treatment. Ask Hook’s Dependable Drug Stores or any leading druggist for a package of Radox—put 2 table spoonfuls in a gallon of hot water— do this 3 or 4 nights in succession— then lift out the corns. This joyful exhilarating foot bath is simply great—you’ll enjoy every minute of it and your burn ing, sore, tired, aching feet will feel better than they have for years— ask for Radox and foot comfort will be yours.—Advertisement. Furniture—Rugs Draperies Sander & Recker Furniture Cos. MERIDIAN AT MARYLAND fiWe made’SlGNSj [before we could tally 810S W.Maryland st. Rileyl736B THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES other Byrd Expedition to the South Pole.” Other theaters today offer: “Born Reckless at the Lyric, “Dev il’s Holiday” at the Indiana, “Jour ney’s End” at the Circle, “Around the Corner’’ at the Ohio, “In Gay Madrid” at the Palace, fight movies j at the Bandbox, and burlesque at the Colonial. LEVINSON WILL FILED Widow, Sons and Sisters to Share in Estate of $14,000. The widow, two sons and two sis ters will share in the $14,000 estate left by Harry Levinson, owner of a chain of hat stores who died Satur day at the Methodist hospital of apoplexy, his "will, probated today, reveals. Personal property was val ued at SIO,OOO and real estate at $4,000. Heart Attack Claims Fireman Clarence A. Pedigrew, 40, of 4176 Winthrop avenue, fireman at en gine house No. 32, died today from heart disease. &ilrs. Pedigrew dis covered her husband had died when she attempted to awaken him at 3 a.m. * THESE PRICES FOR INDIANAPOLIS STORES ONLY—Right Reserved to LIMIT QUANTITIES Coty’s Face Powder g, Bathing Caps 4*^^, And Trial Size 4rff r 7 Divers’ caps, aviators' caps, skull caps. Brocades. V HEsJS3/ Perfume MsTm Jgr mm Mmk sunburst effects and plain V ft, dm JnjM mn colors. Made from the & Your favorite shade ’ He. M<ft highest quality rubber, \ \ Both in the same QA dSmr s<*, 49£, 39p OQ ** SaiS odor $165 value Dependable Drug Stores and Two 1-Lb. Boxes of Sc MASTERPIECE CIGARS CANDY fk 8 for 25c. MhTI Week-End Treat— A super-size cigar—exceptional- Red Wisconsin IQr -taste of every member of the -"nflS Cherries, lb Uv f am ily. 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Sa!t ‘ 79C SI.OO Dare’s Mentha Pepsin 89c 59C — zr~z 40c Castoria for Baby’s Colic 23c Candy** * 50c Phillip’s Milk Magnesia 31c n dy Ca artic 00c Sloan’s Liniment for Lameness 49c _ 19c 60c California Syrup Figs 49c Ot/C SHAUOW WELL IS ORDERED FOR AIRPORT WATER Discovery of Vein May Save Expense of Laying Mains From City. Drilling of a shallow water well at the city airport was ordered today by the works board following dis covery of a vein when digging a sewer drain for the administration building. Tests showed the water flow to be one and one-half inches for a thirty five hour period, indicating that a temporary supply for the administra tion building could be obtained from shallow wells, according to E. Kirk McKinney, works board president. The city spent $2,500 to sink a 530- foot well, but it did not strike water. Failure to find water caused the board considerable concern in view of the added cost <?f piping city water to the airport if it became necessary. Cost of the shallow well will be about S3OO. an additional one being contemplated if it is a success. McKinney announced that R. Mc- Callum & Danville (III.) contractor, who was awarded the job of laying the concrete runways grading and completing the airport, had agreed to discharge six Illinois laborers and hire local men. The contractor is retaining seven out-of state workmen, who have been a part of his organization several years. Seventy-five additional laborers will be added in a few days, making about 150 men employed on the run way contract. STATE HEADS GET FISH Securities Investigator Sends Huge Shipments From Boy River, Minn. Various department heads in the office of Secretary of State Otto G. Fifield received huge shipments of fish today. They are the catch of Clarence P. Fate, who is spending a vacation at Cabin camp, Boy River, Minn., on Big Boy lake, 200 miles north of Minneapolis, Minn. Fate is an investigator for the securities commission. OFFICE GIVEN TO NEGRO Former Gary Councilman Choice as Justice of Peace. Bv Time * Special GARY, Ind., June 19.—William A. Burrus, Negro, former Gary city councilman, has been appointed jus tice of the peace of Calumet town ship by the Lake county commis sioners. He succeeds W.'C. Hueston, Negro, who resigned to accept a place as assistant solicitor to the postmaster-general at Washington. A petition signed by more than 1.500 Negroes, urging appointment Shampoo the CUTICURA way t* •• v'c'"'v \ What a delightful and healthful ahanpoo / tij > .YA-AT \ it gives! Anoint the scalp lightly with jeU/pyl K \ \ CCTICURA OINTMENT; then make a \ strong suds with CDTICURA SOAP by Jr M \ dissolving shavings of the SOAP in / if IA \ \ hot water. Wet the hair thoroughly, / • / ",y*-' X\\ \ then shampoo with the suda and I j* x V' \ rinse, several times, finishing with i / \ tepid or cold water. This will keep / \ your scalp in a healthy condition, f \S \ \ J and your hair will be soft and I I lustrous. I \ y-rv,Soap Kr. Olntintmt tSe. snd 1 J | 2b Me. Talmtß 25c. Prophctom: f It Fott*rDni|4ChalcAlOorp. I 1 | VJJ tlon, Malden, Mao. .JUNE 19,1930 of Burrus, was presented to the commissioners. He will serve until _Jan. 5. 1931, date of expiration of Hueston’s term. Money Loaned —ON—’ DIAMONDS Liberal. Reliable. Confidential SUSSMAN’S STATE LOAN OTFICE Legal Rates—Bonded Broken Established tS Tears t3-t4t W. Washlngten St.