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Rjly 7, 1930.
■SCOTTISH RITE MAPS PROGRAM FORMER Prepare for Exemplifying Degrees at Cathedral in Autumn. Scottish Rite leaders have out lined a full program of summer ac tivities In preparation for the fall exemplification of degrees at the Indianapolis cathedral. As head of Scottish Rite work in the fifty-two counties of the Juris diction outside Marion county, J. Cooper Props. Muncie. has been ap pointed chairman by John F. Engelke. thrice potent master. Marin L. Koons, Newcastle, and David C. Pyke, Indianapolis, are vice-chairmen. Plan District Meeting The counties have been arranged into districts, each of which will have a chairman, who will in turn name county chairmen. During the summer district meet ings will be held, at which Rite of ficials will speak, and the forma tion of Scottish Rite clubs, where none now exist, will be encouraged. It is pointed out that all Master Masons are eligible to petition for the higher degrees of the Rite and applicants will will be assisted by the members of the various com mittees. Other features to be stressed will be the high standard of ritualistic work presented by the Indianapolis bodies and advantages offered at the new cathedral. Start Degrees In October Clarence R. Greene is new chair man of the Marion county com mittee. Carl Lenz is vice-chairman. Assisting the chairman will be a large force of captains and lieu tenants, together with Scottish Rite representatives in each blue lodge of the county. Petitions for degrees already are being received by Fred I. Willis, secretary of the rite. It is announced that a first sec tion of candidates will start through Oct. 10 and they will be continued at ten weekly meetings. The an nual convocation and reunion will be held Dec. 1. 2. 3 and 4. at which the grades will be conferred on the second section. CLASS OF FIFTY ARE KNIGHTED BY LODGE Rank of Fagr Conferred on 15 South Bend City Firemen. ft v Times Socrial SOUTH BEND. July 7 Crusade lodge. No. 14. I. O. O. F.. this city, recently knighted a class of fifty new members and conferred the rank of page on a class of fifteen city firemen. Charles S. Loy. Swayzee. grand chancellor, was guest of honor and addressed a banquet in connection with the degree -ererr.onies. The classes completed a member ship campaign in which Charles E. Pommert, veteran of many mem bership campaigns, captained the forces. CITY~WOMEN ELECTED TO POSTS IN LODGE Mrs. Krause Made Department tlcad of Veteran Auxiliary. Several leaders of the Indianap olis auxiliary. United Spanish War Veterans, were honored by being elected to state offices and commit tees at the annual siate convention in Laporte recently. Among those given offices were: Mrs. Pearl Krause, elected depart ment president: Mrs. Alice Good night, advanced to department sec retary; Mrs. Nannie Lone, depart ment treasurer: Mrs. Marie C. Wil liams. past national presicent. elect ed department judge advocate, and Mrs. Georgia Frazee, department reporter. The convention was honored by the presence of the state official drill team composed of Indianapolis auxiliary members. The convention will meet at Columbus in 1931. Gone, but Not Forgotten Automobiles reported to police as stolen belong to: Charles Wrightsman. Kokomo. Ind.. Overland touring, from 25 South Meridian street. Frank Wampler. Msrott hotel. Ford coupe. 38-115. from garage at Illinois street and McLean place. A. J. Brizendlne. 702 Manhattan street. Chevrolet coach. 8-9C2. from Rhodius park. M. O. Downev. 3022 Northwestern avenue. S'udebaker sedan. 18-825. from rear cf 3022 Northwestern avenue. BACK HOME AGAIN Stolen automobiles recovered by police belong to: Henrv Hitchins. <M'a West Washington street. Pontiac roadster, found at Bowman and North streets. Earl Stephens. 3335 Central avenue. Hup mcbil* sedan, found at 334 West Oeorgla street. C. W. Labington. 1805 Shelbv street. Hupmobiie sedan, found at 331 West Mary land street. J Q. Ennis. 517 South Hardmg street. Wtllvs-Knisht coupe, found at 300 Osden street. STATE CASE NEAR END Bn United Press GARY. Ind.. July 7.—Questioning of state's witnesses in the primary election fraud trial of Owen O'Malia and Joseph Carlson, Gary poli ticians. is expected to be completed today. Among the final witnesses to be called are W. C. Roush, one of the ‘axicab drivers, because of trans porting women vote "repeaters” into Gary, and Charles Parker Sr., father of two other drivrs. Chaliapin in Buenos Aires B" United Ptet* BUENOS AIRES. July 7.-Feodor Chaliapin. Russian basso, returned to Buenos Aires for operatic ap pearances Sunday for the first time since 1908. Chaliapin will appear in Boris Gudonod at the Theater Colon next Friday night. Communists Are Wounded Pt> United t>re* FRANKFURT -AU - MAIN. Ger many, July 7.—Eight Communists were wounded in a fight with po lice near Bensheim today. A hun dred other Communists were ar rested as a result of the clash. Woman Held as Forger Miss Emile Heidenreich. 31. of 2202 North Harding street, was under arrest today charged with obtaining goods under false pre tense and forgery. She is alleged to have forged checks at depart ment stores. Officers of City War Mothers ' - ' 'v ' ” \'?k Officers and members of Indianapolis chapter, American War Mothers, were entertained at a luncheon and monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Jess Nichols. 1027 Oakland street, receatly. Officers in the above photo at the meeting are: Front Row (left to right)—Mrs. P. L. Bowers, hospitalization chairman; Mrs. S. Kirk, correspond MOOSE HOME UNIT NAMED FOR DOCTOR Former City Man Honored by Erection of New Building. Fraternal efforts of Dr. John Nichols, formerly of Indianapolis, and now physician at the Moose or plans’ home at Mooseheart, 111., have been awarded by erection of a medical and scientific unit for his use at the home, according to offi cals of Indianapolis lodge, No. 17, Loyal Order of Moose. In a letter to lodge members of Indiana, printed in the Hoosier Moose. Albert H. Ladner Jr., Phila delphia. supreme dictator, praised the work of Dr. Nichols and thanked Moose of this state for contributions to the $20,000 fund which built the unit. Several members from Indian apolis inspected the new unit while attending the national convention of the order in Mooseheart last week, when It was officially pre sented to the order as the John W. Ford memorial. Following their return from the convention, officials of Indianapolis lodge, 17, announced plans for an other membership drive for 500 members, in addition to those en rolled in the James J. Davis class recently. The lodge held no meeting last week because of the convention, but will hold its regular meeting Tues day night at the Moose temple, 135 North Delaware street. LODGE BUYS ESTATE Ben Hur Home for Aged Is to Be Enlarged. Bu Titnr* Snrcinl CRAWFORDSVILLE. Ind.. July 7. —Announcement has been made of the purchase of the Amos Quick estate on South Grant avenue, here, by the Ben-Hur Life Association, formerly the Tribe of Ben-Hur. The estate lies opposite the large home maintained by the society for elderly and infirm members. With purchase of this property, including a two-story brick residence of twelve rooms, accommodations will be available for forty persons at the home. While no major changes are to be made on the residence, ex tensive improvements are planned for the thirteen-acre tract adjoin ing it. Flower gardens, drives and an ornamental entrance are among improvements being planned. SECOND CAMP PERIOD OPENED FOR SCOUTS Fifty-Four Troops Are Represented at Boys’ Reservation. Second camping period of Indi anapolis Boy Scouts opened today at the Scout reservation. Fifty four troops are represented in the period. The July session of the court of honor will be held at 8 Wednesday night in the Cropsey auditorium of the public library. In the first camp period five Scouts receiving eagle rank were: Richard Robinson, Troop 75; Wil liam Talbott, Troop 46; Charles Feibleman. Troop 65; Ralph Baur, Troop 62. and Jack Klein. Troop 4. Ten applicants • the Eagle rank are listed in the second camping period. 12 PLANES TO DARE SEA Italian Fliers May Attempt Mass Hop Across South Atlantic. Bu I'mifed /'rcy* ROME. July 7—A mass flight of twelve Italian military seaplanes from Italy to Brazil across the South Atlantic ocean may be at tempted late this summer or early next fall, it was learned here today. Italo Baibo, I alian minister of aviation, and an excellent pilot himself, may lead the flight per sonally, it was understood. Plans for the flight are almost completed, and thirty picked pilots already are undergoing an inten sive training at Or'cetello. Twelve pilots will be selected from the thirty and each will be assigned to one of the planes together with a mechanic. The improved S-55 type of sea plane will be used. NAMED TO SCHOOL POST Professor George Leonard to Head Butler N'ight Classes Appointment of Professor George F. .eonard of the college of edu cation of Butle- university, as di rector of the schools evening classes this fall, was announced to- i day. All courses offered by the uni versity will be available to the night studenty. ing secretary; Mrs. Grace Rector, president; Mrs. James Anderson, custodian of records. Back Row—Mrs. Alice Miller, chaplain; Mrs. Rose Clayton, first vice-president; Mrs. Anna Gil bert, treasurer, and Mrs. M. E. James, parlia mentarian. Installed Miss Mildred Peacock At the annual installation of officers of Bethel 1, Job's Daugh ters, Miss Mildred Peacock, 2843 Washington boulevard, was in stalled as junior princess. Other officers are: Miss Mar garet Crawford, queen; Miss Margaret Batholomew, senior princess; Miss Eva Dick, guide, and Miss Marjorie Money, mar shal. Miss Peacock is chairman of a bunco party to be given at the home cf Miss Edna Mae Leonard. Sixtieth street and Michigan road, July 11. APARTMENT IS ROBBED Thieves Obtain Portable Phono graph and Clothes Worth S9O. Entering the apartment of Luther Pike and Curtis Alford, at 546 Fletcher avenue, Sunday, burglars took a portable phonograph and clothing valued at more than S9O, police were told. Clothing worth more than $l4O was reported stolen from a clean ing and pressing establishment op erated by Roscoe Roberts, Negro, at 1417 North Senate avenue, Sunday. Angelo Poppas. 3950 North Illi nois street, proprietor of a con cession standin Rhodius park, re ported theft of merchandise valued at $35 from the stand over the week-end. Identifies Rescued Boy A small boy rescued from White river at Ravenswood Friday after noon, by Edgar Karn, assistant sales manager of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Com pany, today was identified by his mother as Harry William Price, 8, of 2222 North Dearborn street. \ttTl What Indianapolis WJ |l AOA man will be crowned ▼ ▼ IIUOL W SI with the BROWN EM DERBY at the stag- H *ng of the “Siege of orown If 1918 ” ju,y i9 ’ at f ? (| the state fairground, for being the city’s Derby © xL/ is,inguished w What man will win the bronze plaque that goes with the Derby? Clip out this coupon and mail or bring to The Indianapolis Times. No rules! Just write your choice on dotted line. Vote early and often! OFFICIAL BROWN DERBY BALLOT To The Editor of The Times: Please crown with the Brown Derby as Indianapolis’ most distinguished citizen. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES EAGLES LODGE MEETSTONIGHT Programs at Park July 21, Aug. 24, to Be Discussed. Indianapolis Eagles tonight will make plans for the next two events on the summer program, a meeting July 21, to which members will be permitted to invite friends and an eight-day period beginning Aug. 24, when they will be hosts at Broad Ripple park. Attendance of more than 100 was attracted to the first summer enter tainment, and invitations will be issued for the program two weeks from tonight to assure presence of 300 guests, according to plans of President J. Pierce Cummings and other officers. Climax of the activities will be initiation of a large class after the entertainment at the park. Broad casting from the park studio will be one of the features of the member ship campaign. The Odd Size Four male quartet, official musical organization of the Eagles, is preparing some special numbers for its appearance during the remainder of the summer- The quartet is composed of J. C. Sort well, R. W. Allred, C. W. Wilson and Carlos Jones- Meetings are called to order at 7:30 p. m. Mondays. MOOSE HONOR EX-INDIANA MAN Rodney H. Brandon Named Supreme Dictator. Bu Times Special ANDERSON, Ir.d., Rodney H. Brandon, formerly a member of the Anderson Herald staff and a char ter member of Anderson lodge, 1, Loyal Order of Moose, was named supreme dictator of the order at the forty-second national conven tion in Mooseheart, 111., last week. Brandon is state director of pub lic welfare in the state of Illinois. He worked with James J. Davis, secretary of labor, in an intensive campaign that has made Moose one of the strongest fraternities in the United States. He served as secretary of the su preme lodge for several years and later as one of the promoters of the Mooseheart Orphans’ home. Brandon became affiliated with the order shortly after coming to An derson from Bloomington. Cleve land was chosen as the 1931 con vention city for the order. Rotar'ans to Hear Stump “Reasons Why Indiana Should Have a Constitutional Convention," will be discussed by Albert Stump, member of the firm of Claycombe & Stump, at the meeting of the Ro tary Club Tuesday noon at the Claypool. NEW OFFICIALS TO BE SEATED BY CITY LODGE John A. Royse to Assume High K. of C. Post at Ceremony Tonight. Indianapolis council, Knights of Columbus, will hold its annual in stallation of officers at the K. of C. home here tonight. John A. Royse will take his place as grand knight. His assistants will be George Hoffman, newly elected deputy grand knight, and Ray Keogh, chancellor. Forty candidates were entered into full membership in the council at a recent initiatory service at which a degree staff from Ludlow, Ky., supervised the work. Joseph A. Naughton, state deputy, served as master of ceremonies. Eleven of the candidates were from cities out side Indianapolis. Members of the class from In dianapolis who received the second and third degrees were: Frank Ado lay, George Beckerich, Cornelius Buckley, Walter Bennett, Frank Bowe, H. J. Fillenworth, T. F. Fin neran, Joseph G. Gerard, Lawrence Hoffman, Bernard Jeup, Louis Jonas, John Kilcoyne, Louis Larson Jr., Thomas Lysaght, George McAllister, Ray McMannus, Dr. R. J. Meyer, Louis Meier, Francis Ohleyer, Jo seph Quigley, Joseph Raser, John Rice, John Roche, Thomas Sargent, Fred Schleimer, Harry Schopp, S. L. Shanley, Omer Vogelsang. Members of the class from other cities included Ralph Curran, R. H. Ennenking and Thomas Robinson, Tipton; Harry Smith and Arthur Ormsby, Elwood; Joseph A. Fith ere, Mt. Carmel, 111.; R. A. D’Entre mont, Everitt, Mass.;; Frank H. Bauer and Dr. Charles A. Seal, Co lumbus, Ind., and John Crimmins and Arley Schultheis, Anderson. GRESHAM HEADS ROBINSON GLOB Commands New Veterans Group in State. Arthur G. Gresham, Indianapolis, has been named commander of the newly organized Arthur R. Robin son Veterans’ Club of Indiana, an organization of ex-service men named in honor of the junior United States senator from Indiana. Other officers are: Paul Chris tian, Edinburg, senior vice-com mander, and Paul Benning, Terre Haute, junior vice-commander. An executive committe to draft bylaws for the club has been ap pointed as follows: Delbert O. Wil meth, Indianapolis, chairman: Har ry Jacks, Kokomo: Eugene Hart, Newcastle, and William Brown, Ko komo. The organization’s advisory com mittee includes Edward G. Schaub, Indianapolis, chairman; John Ebaugh, Indianapolis: Kenneth Morris, Anderson, and C. Ray Brad burn, Connersville. MASONIC GROUPS TO HOLD THREE SESSIONS Aug. 1 and Sept. 5 Set for Meeting of Prather Lodge. Prather Masonic organizations of this city have announced three meetings each during the summer lodge recess of July and August. Two stated meetings to be held Aug. 1 and Sept 5 are on the calen dar of Calvin W. Prather lodge, 717, F. and A. M., the third meeting for the period having been held Friday night. Prather chapter, 157, Royal Arch Macons, led by J. Lewis Bray, high priest, and Harry L. Grover, secre tary, will meet tonight, Aug. 4 and Sept. 1, for stated convocations. K. V. Ammerma’i. illustrious mas ter, Prather council, 100, Royal and Select Masters, has announced stated assemblies will meet on the above dates. WINS ATHLETIC TROPHY George Naftzger to Receive Butler Trophy for Scholarship. The C. B. Dyer scholarship trophy, awarded annually to the Butler athlete making the best grades dur ing his four-year course this year will be presented to George Naftz ger, 3359 Graceland avenue. This is the third year the trophy has been awarded, other winners being George McCormick and Tom my Wilson. Naftzger was a mem ber of the football team for three years and majored in philosophy and history. PASTOR TO BE HONORED The Rev. Charles Duffey to Be Guest at Reception. The Rev. Charles Dufley, pastor of the Little Flower Catholic church, will be guest of honor at a reception and homecoming at the Little Flower Catholic church Tuesday night. Dinner will be served by the Altar society at 6:30 p. m., following which Father Duffey will speak on his recent travels in Rome, Lisseux, France, and O'oerammergau. VAN NUYS CLUB SPEAKER Former Senator to Address Ninth Ward Democrats Friday Night. County Democrats have been in vited to attend ihe Ninth Ward Democratic Club meeting Friday night in Odd Feliows’ hall, Hamil ton avenue and Washington street, when Frederick Van Nuys, former United States district attorney, will be the principal speaker. Miss Han nah Noone, Democratic nominee for Center township trustee, will be the hostess. 27 Dead in Flood nu T'nitcd Prett LONDON, July 7.—Devastating floods in Yamagata district, Japan, tcok twenty-seven lives and made thousands of natives homeless, an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Tokio said today. Heavy rains during the last few days have swollen the rivers until some are fifteen feet above normal. Damage was estimated at $500,000. ‘ Figure in Lodge Session : Sr*. - ' ™ >- I H|l |||gSL r Indiana Improved Order of Red Men members are looking forward to the national convention of Red Men at Columbus, 0., Sept, 8 to 14, at which Arch H. Hobbs, Indianapolis, great chief of records of Indi ana (shown at left), will be a candidate for great junior sagamore of the order in the United States. A feature of the convention will be degree work by the Deerfoot degree team of Columbus, a nationally famed organization, captained by Edward C. Wilcox, past great sachem (at right). . The office which Hobbs seeks is the stepping stone for the various national officers in the Improved Order of Red Men, and eventually leads to the highest office, great incohone. Hobbs has served as great/ chief of records in this state for sixteen years. He will have the backing of various state delegations. 2 BIG EVENTS SET FOR ODD FELLOWS Reunion and Home-Coming Are on Program for Summer. Two big events will enliven the summer fraternal program for Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodge members in Marion county. The first is to be a reunion for Odd Fellows, Rebekahs, their fam ilies and friends at Garfield park, July 27, and the second is the an nual home-coming of Marion coun ty I. O. O. F. lodges to the order’s Orphans’ and Old Folks’ home in Greensburg. Both will be spon sored by the Marion County Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Association. An all-day program is being ar ranged for the reunion at Garfield. The Garfield park community house has been reserved for the day and the park will be the scene of nu merous attractions, including a band concert, baseball, tennis and swimming. Old folks at the Greensburg home will be guests at the annual home coming there, Aug. 24. Indiana Odd Fellows look upon this as one of the outstanding events of the year. M. M. Logan, grand sire of the or der, is arranging to attend. 1,0.0. F, TO MEET District Sessions Will Be Held at Tipton. Bu Times Special ALEXANDRIA, July 7.—Five counties will send lodge delegations to a district meeting of the I. O. O. F. encampment at Tipton Friday. Officers of the grand encampment who will attend are: Cyrus Her ron, Muncie, grand patriarch: Joe V, Painter, Middletown, past grand patriarch; Elmer Davis, Russiaville; Carl Harman, Muncie; V/. Rudy Kilthoff, Lafayette: Harry Rock wood and George P. Bornwasser, both of Indianapolis. Lodges in Grant, Madison, Clin ton, Howard and Hamilton counties will be represented at the meeting. The Cyrus Herron degree staff of Muncie will confer the Golden Rule and Royal Purple degrees. Encamp ment members from several lodges outside these counties have been in vited. DEGREE WORK IS SET Woodmen Lodge to Conduct Work at Beech Grove Tuesday Night. Officers and the drill team of Maple camp, 5563, Modern Woodmen of America, will conduct degree work for the Beech Grove camp Tuesday night at a class adoption session. Maple camp is recognized as leader among Modern Woodmen lodges of the state for the quality of it-, degree work- All members are urged to attend the Beech Grove meeting, according to L, S. Nor wood, consul. NEW MEMBERS GAINED Marion District Pyhtian Officials Report Marked Increase. Bu Timm Special . , , MARION July 7.—Pythian lodges of the Marion district have shown a marked gain in membership and interest for the past year, accord ing to district officials. Members of Grand lodge, 103, this city, have taken an active part in district meetings to build up the fraternity in this area. A large delegation is expected to go from here to tr.e annual state picn c and inspection of the Pythian home, July 20, at Lafayette. The United States census bureau, in 1926, reported the . Protestant church membership at 36,019,973. The Methodist Episcopal church has 4.080,777. WATCH REPAIRING at Coat of Material Round Crystals 19e Fancy Crystals 49<? Unbreakable Crystals -42 U? Cleaning (any watch) St 09 Mainspring (any watch).. 99£ Jewels (any watch) SI >l9 Rite's Jewelry Shop 43 S. Illinois St. WALL PAPER i OFF Pay l only one-half our Regular Marked Prices on SjiiiMrall until • JulyTSv faion*. HteWst. s old W'fJi >Mrt|rrs; Anio i*vr U, ‘*l. Martin Rosenberger Use 'l CARD PARTY ARRANGED W. B. A. Chapter 140 to Meet for Luncheon Wednesday. Members of Chapter 140. Wom an’s Benefit Association, will meet at 230 East Ohio street, Wednesday for a covered dish luncheon and card party. Mrs. Lolo Kruegar and Mrs. Lu cille Johnson will have charge of entertainment. The card party at 2:30 will be under direction of Mrs. Josephine Caihon, chairman, as sisted by Mrs. Alice Wiltshirr and Mrs. Nettie Lotz. ELKS MEET IN ATLANTIC CITY Armstrong Delegate From Indianapolis Lodge. V. M. Armstrong, past exalted ruler of the Indianapolis Elks lodge, is delegate repesenting this city at the Elks grand lodge convention at Atlantic City, N. J., July 5 to 10. Convention visitors were to meet today in the Atlantic City audi torium, world's largest convention hall, to hear addresses by the Gov ernor of New Jersey and mayor of Atlantic City. The Elks second national fifty-four-hole golf tourna ment got under way today at the Atlantic City Country Club. Yachting trips, trapshooting con tests, an athletic carnival, and many other features have drawn record crowds of Elk members to the con vention city. Thomas A. Hughes, also past ex alted ruler of Indianapolis Elks, was expecting to join Armstrong the first part of the week. Hughes is deputy to the grand exalted ruler and has charge of work in twenty-one Elks lodges of central Indiana, WILLIAM HELLEY JR. MADE K. OF C. HEAD Installed Grand Knight in Rites by Richmond Lodge. Bu Times Special RICHMOND, Ind., July 7.—Henry F. Heiger, Muncie, past deputy of Knights of Columbus, and Father Piercely, also of Muncie, were guests at installation ceremonies of the Richmond K. of C. organization here recently. Henry Ketchin, district deputy, supervised the installation and was replaced by William Kelley Jr. at the pest of grand knight. Fifty knights from Muncie and 175 mem bers of the local lodge were present. Other officers installed were Harry Frame, deputy grand knight; Rob ert Brandenburg, chancellor; Louis Salzarulo, advocate; Roy Harvey, warden; Edward Weadick, recorder; Earl A. Mitchell, treasurer; George B. Stiens, past grand knight. EXCURSION SUNDAY, JULY 13 1 FERN BANK, OHIO and 7 HOUR BOAT RIDE on the BEAUTIFUL OHIO RIVER | Passing through two immense 8 Government Locks *3.10 ™? D Half Fare for Children Leave Indianapolis, Ind., 8:30 a. m.; returning, leave Fern Bank 7:00 p> m. (Eastern Time), same date. Super-Steamer Washington Six Spacious Decks—Two Cafeteria*—Famous Washington Band and Orchestra. Tickets at City Ticket Office, 112 Monument Circle, and Union Station. BIG FOUR ROUTE PAGE 5 STATE PYTHIANS TO HOLD PICNIC AT LAFAYETTE Inspecion of Orphans’ and Old Folks’ Home Will Be Made. A pilgrimage o' several thousand Pythians will move into Lafayette, July 20. for the annual state-wide picnic and inspection of the Or phans' and Old Folks' home. Plans for the event were an nounced at June •’round-up" meet ings in various parts of the state. Charles S. Loy, Swayzee, grand chancellor, will head the pilgrim age. Plan Record Delegation Lodges of northeastern Indiana are arranging a record delegation, ac cording to Thomas N. Roach, Ft. Wayne, special deputy grand chan cellor, who has announced that one thousand members are expecting to attend from that part of the state. The delegation will be headed by the Butler lodge band and Samson guards, a uniformed unit of fifty men. Special cars from Waterloo will pick up Knights of Pythias mem bers and their families at Auburn, Garrett, Ft. Wayne, Huntington, Andrews, Wabash, Peru, LOgans port, Delphi and other points. A caravan of several.liundred au tomobiles from eastern Indiana is expected to be led by Crescent lodge 33, Newcastle. Dokkies Organize Trip The uniformed patrol of the Northern Indiana D. O. K. K. Club of South Bend is organizing the trip in that area and lodges in the Calumet region from Hammond to Michigan City are making extensive preparations. It is probable that special trains will bring Pythian members from tlic extreme southern sections of the state. Band concerts and fancy drill contests and trips through the va rious departments of the home are on the program. Visitors will bring picnic baskets for the outing, which features the trip each year. LEGIONNAIRES TO SEE HISTORICAL SITES Six Tours of City Arranged for Na tional Convention. Bu Timm Special BOSTON, July 7.—Through ar rangement of six different tours, visitors at the annual national con vention of the American Legion, in Boston, Oct. 6 to 9, will be able to sec many places of historical inter est related to early American his tory. Plymouth Rock, where the Pil grims landed In 1820, the battle grounds of Concord and Lexington, Bunker Hill monument, Paul Re vere’s house, the Adams home, scene of the Boston massacre; Salem, the witch city; the house of seven ga bles, and scores of other places, will be included in the six tours. Five of the tours will be In auto mobiles while the sixth will be a walking tour about Boston. Book lets will be issued to visitors to as-, sist them either in the personally conducted tours or on private tours they may wish to make in their own cars. EAGLES TO HOLD PICNIC Auxiliary’s Annual Event Slated Tuesday at Broad Ripple. Annual picnic of Indianapolis Eagles’ auxiliary will be held at Broad Ripple park Tuesday. Mem bers will bring a basket dinner and meet at the park entrance at' II a. m. Husbands of members will be guests at supper. Mrs. Mary Wil liams is president of the auxiliary. E V TAU E AND OCCASION 3-PIECE JACQUARD VELOUR I LIVING ROOM SCITE. C A 1 Good condition gj EAST TERMS Lewis Furniture Cos. United Trade-In Store 844 8. Meridian St. Phone Dr. IKI B Men’s and Women’s CLOTHINGj ON EASY CREDIT l! ASKIN & MARINE CO 7- 127 W. Washington St. So Clean, Fresh and White THE BEST GRAND LAUNDRY RI ley 2555 Watch A A Crystals Fancy or odd shapes—special ™ WINDSOR JEWELRY CO. 136 N. 'ILLINOIS ST. Lyric Theater Bldg. I -* 12 Convenient Offices Jf irtrfjri t usi IBanfcß 70.000 DEPOSITORS