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HIRAM JOHNSON
DEMANDS NEW
G. 0. P. DEAL
Urges Progressives to Help
Assure at Least One
Future Liberal Party.
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.—The
first move toward realignment of
parties, suggested frequently since
election, was under way here today,
led by Senator Hiram W. Johnson
<Rep., Cal.).
■lmmediately upon his arrival,
Johnson proposed to Republicans,
who, like himself, supported the
candidacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
that they take steps to make cer
tain existence of at least one lib
eral party in the future.
Conservative Republicans already
are laying plans to capture and con
trol the Republican party organiza
tion.
Challenges Progressives
Johnson challenged progressives
to fight for anew deal in the party,
and to read out of it those who
cling to a philosophy of government
repudiated by the people.
“Herbert Hoover was correct when
he stated during the campaign that
it was a contest between different
philosophies of government, and
not between men,” said Johnson.
His philosophy of government
overwhelmingly was repudiated by
our people, and the other over
whelmingly was successful. We will i
have anew deal governmentally.
“Now there is a tremendous job
ahead of progressive Republicans.'
First, we’ve got to do what we can, j
at this juncture, for the government.
New Deal is Mandate
“We’ve got to do what we can to
make the administration of Roose
velt a success.
“And, we’ve got to make some
thing of bur party.
“I decline to admit that Harry
Chandler and his friends own the
Republican party, and I’m unwill
ing to have him control the organi
zation in California.
“There has got to be anew deal
in the Republican party, and, un
less there Is, the last election has
its ominous warning. In that elec
tion we heard from the great mass
of people, w'ho believe government
has been administered for the bene
fit of a speeiaj few, and fear that
their government has forsaken
them."
WINS $6,850 JUDGMENT
Terre Haute Woman Granted Ver
dict for Death of Husband.
Mrs. Laura Mae Bass, Terre
Haute, was awarded judgment for
$6,850 in federal court Tuesday:
against the Indiana railroad, Terre
Haute Traction and Light Company
and Public Service Company of In
diana for fatal injury of her hus
band, Theodore M. Bass, traction
employe, Aug. 21, 1931.
Bass was injured by a crowbar on
a motor car on which hee was rid
ing. The widow' sought $55,000
damages.
-* Tm VjU Visit Sommers *
V B * Christmas
"WOH|\OPEN HOUSE "
~ < Thursday, Dec. l
J 8:30 A. M. to 9P. M.
Fm E Gifts to All
Every adult person visiting our Christmas Open House, we will give
a beautiful rubber tea apron. A useful gift that is our holiday re
membrance to you, FREE.
27x48 Axmimter,
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for the Home
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For one day only soft, woolly, deep
pile 27x48 Axminstcrs, in heauitful
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Judged Best
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Jean Leake, above, of Emerado,
N. D., won first honors in the
junior individual stock judging
contest at Chicago’s international
livestock exposition. She defeat
ed all the boys entered, and there
were plenty.
TEACHER WAGE BILL
WILL BE DRAWN UP
Appointment of Four Committees
Announced by Chairman.
Appointment of four committees
to work out plans for enactment of
a state law fixing minimum wages
for school teachers in Indiana was
announced today by Robert B.
Hougham, Franklin, chairman of an
organization composed of various
school groups.
Another meeeting of the organi
zation will be held Saturday. Com
mitteees are:
To Estimate Total Funds Needs for
Minimum Salaries —George C. Cole, state
superintendent of public instruction; Dean
H. L. Smith. Indiana university; D. W.
Horton. Muncie; U. S. Abbott, Princeton,
and Miss Mattie B. Frv. Anderson.
To Plan Revenue Program for the State
—Thomas McConnell. Fowler. Township
Trustees’ Association president; Olis Jami
son. Terre Haute: H. B. Allman. Bioom
incton; Arthur Hines Richmond; E. B.
Wetherow, LaPorte, and O. W. Nicely In
dianapolis.
To Plan Distribution of Funds to Local
Units—Albert Free. Spencer; V. L. Eiken
barv. Vincennes; Deane Walxer, Plymouth;
W. L. Sprouse. Logansnort. and J. W.
Bosse. Indianapolis.
To Plan Legislation and Publicity Sup
porting the Proposed ovstem—Mrs. W. J.
Hoekett. Ft. Wayne. Indiana Parent-Teach
er Association president: A. F. Condon.
Crown Point; J. R. Mitchell. Seymour: Miss
Emily McAdams and E. G. McCullum, In
dianapolis.
GETTING TO BE A HABIT
Grocery Is Robbed Fifth Time in
Last Few Weeks.
The fifth burglary in the last few
weeks was reported Tuesday night
at the Kroger grocery at 1028 South
East street, the loot averaging from
SIOO to $125 in merchandise each
time.
Police were advised that the
latest burglary probably required
nearly two hours, as new locks
placed on doors last week were of
a type which would necessitate
partly wrecking doors to effect en
trance.
POOR FARM AID
IS IMPOSSIBLE,
BOARD REVEALS
County Council Has Blocked
Relief Plans, Asserts
Dow Vorhies.
The financial condition of Marion
county has blocked plans for im
mediate relief from overcrowded
conditions at the poor farm, county
commissioner Dow Vorhies disclosed
today.
Due to opposition of the county
council to a plan to shift at least
part of the inmates to the Indiana
Christian hospital, and inability of
the county to issue bonds for new
building, the institution will be
forced to accommodate its popula
tion in the present quarters, Vorhies
said.
* Only hope of solution of the prob
lem lies with the legislature, which
has placed a ban on issuing of
bonds to finance the relief program.
Vorhies stated.
List of inmates in the institution
has grown to 750, largest in history
Some of the public baths ir
Rome were lined throughout witt
sheets of lead.
When Your Cough
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It costs very little, yet it’s the most, re
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born coughs, giving immediate relief,
is astonishing.
Any druggist can supply you with
2 Vi ounces of I’inex. Four this into a
pint bottle, and add granulated sugar
syrup to make a full pint. To make
syrup, use 2 cups of sugar and on® cup
of water, and stir a few moments until
dissolved. No cooking needed. It’s no
trouble at all. and saves two-thirds of j
the money a family usually spends on j
cough medicine. Keeps perfectly and j
tastes tine.
It is surprising how quickly this
loosens the germ-laden phlegm, soothes
and heals the inflamed membranes,
clears the air passages, and thus ends
a severe cough in a hurry,
Pinex is, a compound of Norway
Pine. in> concentrated form, the most
reliable healing agent for severe coughs.
It is guaranteed to giv prompt relief
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THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
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Be Our Guest Tomorrow Night!
Right now . . . before you forget . . . whjy not “make a date” with friend husband to attend
our specially arranged “pre-view” of Christmas gifts? It’s our Annual Open House, you know
... in which we stay open until 9 P. M., and invite all our friends to see just how completely
Ave are ready for Christmas. You’ll not be urged to buy anything. However, if you WANT
to buy, our salespeople will he glad to serve you. This will be a fine opportunity to decide on
gifts for every one on your list! j
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THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE LUNCHROOM fmm
WILL SERVE A DELIGHTFUL DINNER K| U
FROM 5 O’CLOCK UNTIL 7, FOR ONLY
” Downstairs at Ayres—A Complete Store on One Floor! ———
A-A gorgeous Horten Gown B-Rich brow n ranton skirt is C-Amdher Hostess Gown In D-Kich. dee,, Hyacinth Bl ,e E—A meialir belt nn<l bow nnri
,vith borllee a velvet amt combine* with a, Tangerine gctld crinkle crepe cut on the velvet contrast* beautifully metal button Irf,"me,l Virfnr
skirt of krinkle r rene. Tan- red velvet bodice in this Hoa- bias. Shirred brown velvet with lighter Hyacinth of the lan sleeve. a ,id charm to hia
gerine red Is the color. tess Frock. forms the trimming. crinkle crepe skirt. .Lovely Hostess Frock.
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Tomorrow! We Open Our Great Annual
December Dress Sale
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With a Brilliant Showing of Fashion’s Newest
and Smartest Styles . . . In Which the Lovely
(< Hostess Frock” Plays a Leading Role!
t— Crinkle Crepe j|L qitfc
—Rough Cantons
Combinations or blisses
—Crepe Satin 36 to SO for Women §i / f' A ' i \
—Rabbit Wools ® Half-Sizes 18 1 /2 to 26 1 / 2 f r j /
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, ...... „ Sfilp Extra Special! r M ~..
pflii New Half-Size Frocks !-' Tj
G—Sport* frock of bright / f) \ \ 1 .* /
blue rabbits hair ill B \\ \ M M ~street or builntn
woolen—made with an 1/7 ll \ , frock of bright blue
especially interetlng Ml/ / satin-back crepe. The
neckline; two pockets. i M This sale includes a big group of new half- I j I * lde * u ** d f ? r
A 7 111 size dresses for the woman who eomplains that tm \ \ mMaTbuttonVrfm:
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.NOV. 30, 1932

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