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OCT. 16- 1930
BRAZIL FREE TO : RUT ARMS IN ! UNITED STATES Stimson Approves Private Deals, but Puts Ban on Rebel Sales. BY JOSEPH H. BAIRD United Press Staff Correspondent .WASHINGTON, pet. 16.—Muni tions and other war equipment may be bought freely by the Brazilian federal government from private manufacturers in the United States without risking the state depart ments veto. Secretary Stimson said today. Rebels can not buy muni tions in this country, however. Clearing up the uncertainty which has shrouded this question since the outbreak of the Brazilian revolu tion some two weeks ago, the sec retary said: “Nothing has qome to the notice of the department in the news from Brazil which changes the attitude of this government from exercising the same friendly offices toward the government of Brazil we would ex ercise toward any government with which we are in friendly relations. “Has Perfect Right” “Under those circumstances, the government of Brazil has a perfect right to buy munitions in this coun try.” This statement of policy applied only to the Brazilian federal gov ernment and not to the revolution ists, it was learned. The rebels have not attempted to buy arms here, as yet. In official quarters it was pointed out the United States has not recog nized the beiiigerancy of the Bra zilian insurgents. Until such beiiig erancy is recognized the rebels are not viewed as a separate political entity engaged in a war with the Brazilian government, but only as a revolutionary faction in the state. Buying Deals On Shortly after the secretary's statement, it was learned authori tatively that the Brazilian govern ment already has begun negotia tions to buy war materials from private manufacturers. The kinds of materials sought and the names of the firms involved were not re vealed. During the past week, Brazilian agents have attempted to buy air planes here. They applied at the navy department, which declined to sell or exchange any of, its ships. It was believed airplanes probably were among the war commodities now being sought from private com panies. At the state department it was explained that airplahes and all kinds of war materials were in cluded in the government’s ap proval of purchases. GUNMAN IS HUNTED John Rochford Shot in Leg During Alleged Rum Bout. , Shot in the right leg during an alleged drinking bout, John Roch ford, 28, of 436 Abbott street, is in serious condition today at city hos pital. James Carroll, address unknown, Is being sought by police as the assailant- Rochford’s left leg is ar tificial. Welcome Teachers TO LEO KRAUSS CO. JEWELERS SINCE 1900 25% Discount ON ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Diamonds, Watches aAd Jewelry BUY NOW FOR XMAS AND SAVE! Now at 108 W. WASHINGTON ST. Claypool Hotel Bldg. * BARGAIN ***" PRICE § m §1 f J * nd 350 . 1!: flffß I In m w I U| Every Evening I a." ?fi e L I 1 - < LT [ , Welcome Educators! We trust your stay in our city will be a most enjoyable one. May we add. tbai this year as in years past we have booked, especially for your conv’ention. the choicest of stage and screen entertainment. Make the Eyrie your headquarters while in Indianapolis. You will find courteous, willing at tendants always at your service, comfortable lounges, rest room*, free telephone service, free checking, in fact we are honored to serve you in every manner possible. Agmn let us say “Welcome Educators"—our town and theatre is yours. You May Pay More, but Nowhere ' in the City Will You Find a Better Show! —ON OUR STAGE—EVERY WEEK— -6 BIG ACTS Radio-Keith Orpheum VAUDEVILLE Headliners Direct From New York and Chicago —IN ADDITION TO— FIRST RUN Latest Feature Pictures FOX MOVIETONE and WARNER BROS VITAPHONE The Best Talking Picture Entertainment Made Our Feature, Week Starting Saturday, Oct. 11 “SINNERS’ HOLIDAY” Our Feature, Week Starting Saturday. Oct. 18 “SCOTLAND YARD” Continuous Shows Daily—ll to 11—Come or Go Any Time AND YOU'LL ENJOY Ballroom. Good Music, Per fect JTloor—Pleasant * Orderly! Home-like Hospitality. ' ■ Hyde to Speak m Arthur M. Hyde Marion county bank officials and directors have been invited to at-, tend a dinner meeting of the Mar ion County Bankers’ Association at 6:30 tonight in the Antlers. Arthur M. Hyde, secretary of ag riculture, will deliver a brief ad dress. Airplanes for use of salesmen are provided by an oil and gaso line company in Johannesburg, South Africa. mm# W \ Me. ft I mm , Ml Indiana Boy is Strongest “TV/fY son, Lee Royce, suffered IVJL with his stomach and bowels until he was quite listless and weak,” saVs Mrs. Vxrgle Miller, 31 North Addison St., Indianapolis. “Now it’s a different story asyoq can see from his picture. He’s strong and full of life. I gave him California Fig Syrup on the advice of my mot her. It increased his appetite, helped him wonderfully. Since then I have used California Fig Syrup myself with benefit as a laxative.” To show how California Fig Syrup acts to build-up and strengthen half sick, headachy, constipated children through giving tone and strength to weak stomach and bowels, nothing could be more convincing ''’'than praise like this. Your doctor will approve the use of this pure vegetable product —as often as an impure breatn, coated tongue, listlessness, feverishness or lack of appetite warn of constipation —or to keep bowels from clogging during colds or children’s diseases. When buying, look for the word California on carton and bottle. That marks the genuine. CALI F OFW I A FIG SYRUP 9\'i\m*Miii*/x4nrGnz. BUTLER NAMES CLASSCKIEFS Faculty Appoints, Eleven to Student Council. Classes at the college of educa tion of Butler university have com pleted their election of officers. Sophomores elected Ada Schvicker j prsident; Mae Allison, vice-presi dent; Martha Isham, secretary; j AUne Harding, treasurer, and Alta Keeler, publicity chairman. Miss The MERCANTILE OUTLET CO. —Now in Our New Home I .a* 338-340 EAST WASHINGTON ST. KLdIGANTie OPENING of Our New Store, Located hav/ L 338-340 EAST WASHINGTON STREET %Wft £M M&t ILj y!SSSS2. promises you the quickest service and lowest prices JwMKjMwg WjH 1 £”•?'*** io™J? 0 B n $50,000 worth of brand new wearing apparel and shoes Ww at new low prices that surprise and delight you! i BI DOORS SWING OPEN AT 8:30 FRIDAY MORNING! WflUli / EgT j£ul Wp m - Our Store Jammed With Merchandise Priced So Low That You Can’t Resist Buying! Qff „ 1 Wodmix Blankets HATS s°£^le? i^| CMC styles—All the very j) R£S S £ gßj Ladles Winter WM comes In light and dark I smartest colors. Choice ——- BBb |pk JR m H p * \ newtall and winter greeds, satin w SrfOp • ill new styles. 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J)C p ' iV otv in Our New Location I Made like S B oir 338-340 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 4jC I—— NEXT DOOR TO THE KING OUTFITTING CO I m U THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Mary Turner is faculty sponsor. Freshmen chose Frances Addison president; Mary Hoover, vice-presi dent; Fern Martindale, secretary treasurer, and Mrs. Ermal Hgynes, faculty sponsor. The teachers are to be represent ed on the Butler student council by Hazel Westerman, sophomore, and Dorothy Screes; freshman. New members chosen by the fac ulty for the college of education student council are: Virginia Cline, Marjorie Cqffin, Helen Egbert, Le ona Hankins and Dorothy Screes. Those who' retained their positions from last year s council are: Ruth Brown, Bernadine Clashman, Alta Keeler, Helen Spurgeon, Virginia Wayman and Hazel Westerman. VIOLA DANA IS WEDDED Bti United Frees COLORADO SPRINGS/ Colo., i Oct. 16.—A romance begun on the course of the Broadmoor Country We Recommend i^ u *a*l. **• RI ley 4591 Club here was culminated Wednes day with the marriage of Viola Dana, screen actress, and James Thomson, 22-year-old professional golfer. The Rev. T. A. Mathieson. pastor of the First Christian church of Colorado Springs, performed the simple ring ceremony in the sitting room of a five-room bunfealow on Hard, Red Pimples on Forehead , Nose and Chin. Cuticura Healed. “noout two years ago 1 began having trouble with my skin. Pimples broke out on my forehead, nose and chin. They were hard and red, and some were small and some large. The pimples festered and scaled over causing me to scratch. They surely were disfiguring and annoying. “I read an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a free sample After using it I noticed an improvement so pur chased more and after using them daily for two months I was com pletely healed.” (Signed) Miss Margaret Giese !cOB Elizabeth Sp, Menominee, Mich. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. Talcum 25c. Sold everywhere Sample each free. Address: “Cuticura Laboratories, Dept. H, Malden. Mass.'' PAGE 17 the outskirts of the city where the couple will make their home this winter.