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DEC. 26, 1032-
EaSt Tries
New Backs
Rentner, Manders, Newman
and Horstmann Are
Tried.
Bu United Pm *
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26—Un
mindful of the Christmas holiday,
the. two squads of footballl stars
preparing for the annual Shrine
charity east-west game here next
Monday continued.their long daily
practice sessions today.
After unscrambling their Christ
mas gifts Sunday, both squads
donnned uniforms and went through
a three-hour practice. Each of the
forty-four players was given a wrist
watch by the Shrine for Christ
mas.
Practice at the east camp in Palo
Alto was devoted largely to forward
passing. Gil Berry of Illinois
brought cheers from coaches Andy
Kerr and Dick Hanley as he heaved
toss after .toss with deadly ac
curacy.
Over at Berkeley, Ernest tßuck)
Koy of Texas matched the forward
flips of George Sander, Washington
State half back, and coaches Dana
Bible and Orin Hollingbery planned
to mold an aerial attack to match
that of the east. Holding a de
cided advantage in weight, the west’s
offensive will center around a
smashing running attack.
A check of weights of the twenty
two men on each squad disclosed
that the east’s average is 184 pounds
and the west’s 195 pounds.
The east made another shift in
back field combinations, trying out
the two full backs, Manders of
Minnesota and Horstmann of Pur
due, together with ‘ Pug” Rentner
of Northwestern at right half and
Harry Newman, Michigan's all-
America quarter back, at left half.
WHITNEY HEADS LIST
CHICAGO, Dec. 26.—C. V. Whit
ney, New York sportsman, heads
the list of nominators for the $25,-
000 Arlington Futurity, to be run
during the 1933 summer meeting at
the local track, with twenty candi
dates.
W. R. Coe, whose Ladysman ■won
the 1932 classic, and Samuel Riddle
have nominated fifteen each. The
Greentree stable, owned by Mrs.
Payne Whitney, and Willis Sharpe
Kilmer each have named fourteen
for the race.
Basketball Notes
Tansy Milk five added two more victories
to Its record by trimming Mayer Chapel
Dixies, 23 to IS, and Whitrstown, 47 to 20.
Whltestown has a strong lineup of former
Lebanon high school players. Tansys have
Dec 30 open. Write N. E. Terhune, 83
South Eleventh avenues, Beech Grove, or
call Beech Grove 33-W.
Plenty of action Is expected tonight at
old Butler gvm, when Irvington Trojans
tackle Whltestown at 8 p. m. Trojans
have won eight games and lost three this
season Games are wanted every Mondav
and Thursday night with strong city and
state teams. Call Irvington 0937. Ask for
Charlie.
The fast New Bethel Boosters won their
season's opener Saturday night from St.
Johns ftve. The game was played on the
Five Points floor and the final score was
22 to 21 Boosters is composed of former
New Bethel high school stars and games
are wanted with teams in or near Indian
apolis. Write Archer Shirley, Route 9,
Box 478, city, or call Beech Grove 228-J-3.
PAY SPARROWS BOUNTY
Two Cents a Head Paid for Dead
Birds in Michigan.
Rii United Press
THREE RIVERS, Mich., Dec. 26.
Due to the increase of English spar
rows in St. Joseph county, the su
pervisors recently voted to award a
2 cents a head bounty on the birds
for the months of December, Jan
uary and February. The birds must
be killed during these months, the
order specified.
BEDS OPEN MARCH 5
CINCINNATI, 0., Dec. 26.—Cin
cinnati’s Reds of the National
league will open their Tampa. Fla.,
spring training camp on March 5,
it was announced today. A seven
teen-game exhibition card has been
completed.
Negro Steals False Teeth
Bit United Perns
WAYCROSS, Ga.. Dec. 26.—A Ne
gro patient in a hospital here stole
a set of false teeth from a fellow
Nafcro patient and sent them home
to be available when he got out.
Such a mumbled howl was raised,
however, that the missing molars
were traced.
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beasts. > , , ihtOQ E.N 35 To perish,
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25 To inhume. IOW ESI lE -L ! I iDTiI IE iDG’YI winter.
27 Caviling. 43 Capital of old
31 Darted 5S Worshipped as 3 Fondles. Manchuria,
repeatedly. a god. 4 Platform. 44 Lode.
36 Native metal. 60 Blackbird. 5 Sea eagle. 46 North America.
37 Sun god. 61 Wood pins for 6 Formerly the 47 Gaiter.
35 To accomplish. fastening capital of 4S Air.
39 Kimono sash. meats to spits. China. 49 Ireland.
40 Diminishes. 63 To loiter. 7 Upon. 50 Platter.
43 Germ. 64 X. S Drenched. 52 Flat plata,
45 Tedium. 65 Consisting of 9 Venomous 53 River in
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52 Compact. ’‘ J LAlj 12 Fetid. 57 To piece out.
56 Limit of 1 Large saxhorn. 13 Exclamation. 59 Silkworm.
authority. 2 Beers. IS Aid. 62 Grief.
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PORKERS SHOW
STRONG TREND
AT CITY YARDS
Little Change Is Noted in
Cattle Market; Sheep
Steady.
With supplies dwindling to a
bare estimated 2.500, hogs moved
up 10 cents this morning at the
city yards. The bulk, 100 to 300
pounds, sold for $3.15 to $3.50. Early
top held at $3.50. Holdovers were
154.
In the cattle market slaughter
classes were little changed on re
ceipts of 500. Vealers were up 50
cents, at $6 down. Calf receipts
were 100.
Sheep were quotably steady at
around 06.25 to $6.50 on fed west
erns. Receipts were 50.
Sales and bids at the opening on
hogs at Chicago were about 10 cents
higher than Friday’s average. A
price range of $3.35 to $3.50 was es
tablished on weights of 140 to 160;
$3.25 to $3.35 paid for 200 to 240
pounds. Receipts were 25,000, in
cluding 10,000 direct. Holdovers
were 1,000. Cattle receipts were
8.000, the market steady. Vealers
were unchanged with receipts of
2.000. Sheep held steady on new
arrivals of 10,000.
HOGS
Dec. Bulk. Toe. Receipts.
20. $2,904, 3.20 53.25 fi 500
21. 2.901, 3 20 3.20 4.000
22 2 951i 3.25 3.30 3.000
23. 3.05fc 3.40 3.40 6.000
24. 3.10 ft 3.40 340 1 500
26 3.15 3.50 3.50 2,500
Receipts, 2,500; market, higher.
(140-160) Good and choice...* 3.50
„ . —Light Lights—•
(160-180) Good and choice ... 350
... . —Light weights—
(lßo-200) Good and choice.... 350
1200-220) Medium and g00d... 3.40® 3.45
„„ —Medium Weights—
(22o-250) Medium and g00d... 3.30® 3.40
(250-290) Good and choice... 3.15 ft 3.25
... ... —Heavy Weights—
(29o-350) Good and choice..., [email protected] 3.15
—Packing Sows—
(3so-5001 Medium and g00d... 2.00 ft 2.50
(100-120) Slaughter pigs 3.50
CAT! I.E *T
Receipts. 500; market, higher.
Good and choice $ 5.25 ft 700
Common and medium 3.00® 5 25
„ J (1.100-1,800)
Good and choice 5.00® 700
Common and medium 3.75 ft 5.00
, —Heifers—
Good and choice 5.00® 6.50
Common and medium 3.00® 5.00
, —Cows—
Good and choice 2.50® 3.50
Common and medium 2.00 ft 2.50
Low cutter and cutter cows.. I.oo® 2.00
—Bulls (Yearling's excluded)
Good and choice beef 2.75® 3.50
Cutter, common and medium .. 1.50® 2.75
CALVES AND VEALERS
Receipts, 100; market, higher.
Good and choice | 5.50 ft 600
Motiium : 8.50 ft 5.50
Cul and common 2.50 ft 3.50
—Calves—
Good and choice 4.00 ft 5.50
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
—Stocker and Feeder Steers—
Good and choice [email protected] 5.75
Common and medium' 2.50 ft 4.00
(600-1.500)
Good and choice 4.00® 5.75
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Receipts, 50; market, steady.
Good and choice $ 5.75® 6.50
Common and medium 3.00® 5.75
Ewes, medium and choice.... 1.25® 2.25
Cull and common 50® 1.25
Marts Closed
Now York and Chicago stock,
bond, grain and commodity
markets will remain closed to
day in observance of the
Christmas holiday. Indianapo
lis and Chicago livestock mar
kets remain open as usual.
Trade in the closed exchanges
will be resumed Tuesday morn
ing.
DAVIS-ELKINS FORFEITS
Bn Times Special
OAKLAND, Cal., Dec. 26.—Who
won? That was the question after
Davis and Elkins co ll e~'' >
basketball team played St. Mary’s
here Saturday nignt.
Davis and Elkins was credited
with a 2-to-0 forfeit loss. The West
Virginia five refused to play an
overtime period after a goal tossed
simultaneously with the final gun
tied the count at 32-all. The visit
ing timers contended the goal was
tossed after the gun, the home timer
said it was shot simultaneously. The
referee upheld the latter.
PHILS PLAY 23 GAMES
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 26.—Phila
delphia’s Nationl League club will
play twenty-three exhibitions games
next spring, it was announced to
day. The Phils open spring train
ing at Winter Haven, Fla., on
March 1.
Clothe a Child
Donor List
The Clothe a Child campaign of
The Indianapolis Times reached a
total of 436 children clothed In
warm garments.
Late cash donations are expected
to bring the total to 440 children.
Early donors to the drive are
listed below, while late hour givers
are on Page 1.
The early list follows:
Whit* Castle System lunchrooms (six
children'.
Girls third floor L. S. Ayres Cos. (Arc
children).
8. D. Mueller. Lincoln hotel ftsro chil
dren).
Indianapolis Bureau of the t'nited Press
Association.
Knights of Service class of St. Paul's
Evangelical church.
R. C. F.
Employes of Sheriff “Buck” Sumner's
office (boy and girl).
Terre Haute Santa.
Dial District office of Indiana Bell Tele
phone Company.
Merchants Bank Building Santas.
Junior class of St. John's Academy,
Mr. Clothlnr Reindeer. Inr.
Happy Lady Who Got Rosemary.
North New Jersey Mrs. (two children).
Spanish-American and Indian War Vet
erans.
Mr. and Mrs. Carrollton Avenue.
Phi Gamma Tau sorority.
Mrs. North Alabama (boy and girl).
Switchmen of Humboldt exchange, In
diana Bell Telephone Company.
James Whitcomb Riley hospital fire
house.
Branch office employes of Travelers In
surance Company (boy and girt).
G. C. Murphy, 5 and 10-eent store fboy
and girl).
Mrs. Dorothy Todd (two boys).
Employes of United Mutual Life Insur
ance Company.
Employes of Remington-Rand, Ine.
Rockville Road Santa.
Dzan sorority (two children).
Omega Kappa sorority.
Omega Phi Tau (two children).
R. B.
Correspondence office of L. S. Ayres &
Cos.
The White Scarf Lady.
Alice and Perry Junior O’Neal (girl and
boy).
Mrs. Nell Cook.
Chief attorney’s office of IT. S. veterans’
administration bureau of Indianapolis.
Group of Anonymous Cash Fund No. 1.
Employes of White Star Oil Corporation,
Mobiloil and gas distributors (four chil
dren),
J. P. Rolles Printing Company, 446 Cen
tury building (two girls).
Royal Order of Jesters, court No. 15
(two boys).
Transit Dept. Indiana National bank
five children).
City hall employes fund (four children).
Ladies' Social Bowling League, Antlers’
alleys.
Danner Brothers, 5 cents to $1 store, 251
South Meridian.
Indianapolis Life Insurance Company
employes (three children).
From Teddy to Another Boy.
First and second floor switch rooms, In
diana Bell Telephone Company, Lincoln
office.
Mr. G. S. Santa (five children).
R. T. H.
Girls of the Aetna Casualty and Surety
Company. ,
A. M. F. (two rhildren).
Mrs. Walter Queisser.
Ruckle Street Santas.
I.ela Hufford.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Washington Bowling League. Beam’s Illi
nois alleys.
A North Pennsylvania Friend.
Indianapolis Times employes (twefve
children).
Cliff Coleman (two hors).
Frank T. Strayer auxiliary of Veterans of
Foreign W’ars (two girls).
Mr. and Mrs. Kenwood Avenue (two
children).
Mrs. Bountiful Out North.
Speedway branch of the Socialist Party.
Looping department of Real Silk Hosiery
Mills.
Credit office of H. P. Wasson & Cos.
(three children).
Mclntire Adjustment Company and
employes (four children).
County surveyor’s offee. Room 2, court
house.
Hoosier Athletic Club Bowling League,
Pritchett alleys.
North Illinois Santa.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hale.
Alpha Beta Chi sorority.
Amicitia Club.
Pritchett Recreation Bonding League.
Riverside Democratic Club.
Universal Club (two boys and two grls).
Statehouse Lady (boy and girl),
j Alice.
Mrs. G. V. A. (two children).
Mr. G. S. Santa (four children).
A Doctor and His W’ife (two children).
Mrs. North Meridian (three children).
Two brothers (four children).
Sigma Rho Chi sorority.
Miss East Sixteenth.
Y. M. C. A. of Indiana Central College
(two boys).
Indiana National bank, lower floor
(six rhildren),
A Rs iroad Engineer (two girls).
Mrs. J. I*. Michael.
A City Official (boy and girl).
Young Women's Democratic Club (boy
and girl).
Mastny & Cos., wholesale fruit and pro
duce (eight children).
Rho Delta sorority. Alpha chapter.
One Friend of School 7.
Indianapolis Bowling League, Pritchett
alleys (two, boys).
Girls of the Bertha Ballard home.
Mrs. D. G. B.
Sigma Tau Phi fraternity (two boys).
Optimist Club Member (Friend of the
Boy).
A West Georgia Group.
Knight Klub.
Toll maintenance department of Indiana
Bell Telephone company.
The Lady from the Marott (three
children).
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Merrill.
Mrs. Eddie Meyer (ace bowler of Bowes
Seal Fast Team (two girls).
Continental Bank Man.
North Illinois Cigar Man.
Medical Attendants. U. S. Veterans’ hos
pital.
Mrs. Out East.
Roy E. Steele Ladies 'Bowling League
(Pritchett alleys).
Mr. and Mrs. North Chester.
Don't Use My Name.
Mrs. Charter Member.
Mrs. F. 8.. Out North.
Mrs. North Delaware.
In Memory of Dorothv Helen Farber.
Mrs. North Pennsylvania street.
Indianapolis Star Bowling League
(Pritchett alleys).
W. W. Club.
E. V. P. Club.
L. G.. on Central avenue.
From Holloway Street.
In Memory of a Son.
Jus a Sorority (four rhildren),
W. L. N. W. (two boys).
• Mrs. East Thirty-sixth.
Freshman class of Butler college of
education (girl and boy).
College Avenue Man.
The Lady from North Audubon (two chil
dren).
C. W. B. class of the Fountain Square
Christian church.
Avalon Country Club Bowling League
(four children).
Delta Gamma sorority, Butler university
(two children).
Mrs. East Thirty-second street.
Block Optical Ladies' Bowling League.
Beech Grove Man.
Employes of Rough Notes Company (boy
and girl).
A Good Fellow (three children).
Reformed Church Bowling league,
Pritchett alleys.
Mister Anonvmous. on Park.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Newhouse, Cumber
land. Ind.
Third floor switch room. Lincoln office,
of Indiana Bell Telephone Company.
Employee of United Mutual Life Insur
ance Company (Jour children).
R. W. Schneider (three children).
A Club of Santas.
Alpha Eta PI fraternity.
Jsout^_Side^^uiness i>
League. Foantain Sguare alley*. ,
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES -
Manufacturers and Retailers Review
SOLID COMPANY
ESSENTIAL FOR
INSURANCE 'BUY'
Schloss Bros. Represent
High Type of Risk
Concerns.
Insurance in its various branches
is so essential to modern business
and to the home that only a few
people do not have dealings with the
insurance companies or their repre
sentatives. These dealings may go
all the way from a simple theft
policy to one for total damage of
property by fire, or insurance in its
most common form to provide a
monthly income for life.
There are so many forms of in
surance that most men are not
qualified, either by experience or
knowledge, to decide’ which Is the
best for them. Most people do not
even try to. They tell the insurance
agent what they want, and depend
on him to advise them as to the
most popular type of insurance.
This procedure is correct provided
the agent is equipped thoroughly to
give the right kind of service, and
is familiar with the various forms
of life insurance, if he knows what
I fire insurance policies apply to the
best advantage, and if he is familiar
with the kinds of casuality in
surance, and all other forms of risks,
it is essential that the companies
he represents must be financially
strong, and pay losses promptly.
Consider the Company
Considering these questions, one
should, before buying insurance,
whether it be life, fire, or theft, stop
and give some thought to the com
pany he intends to deal with.
No agency in the city combines
the qualifications of personal at
tention to the needs of every client,
integrity, and good judgement to a
greater measure t£ar does the
Schloss Bros. Investment Company,
located at 137 East Washington
street, its officials say.
This growing Indianapolis firm
represent some of the soundest in
surance companies in the nation,
acting as local agents in this terri
tory to insure against fire for the
Great American Insurance Cos. The
Eagle Fire Insurance Cos. of New
York, the United Firemen’s Insur
ance Cos. of Philadelphia, Firemen's
Insurance Cos. of Newark, and the
Queen Insurance Cos. of America.
Represent Good Concerns
Schloss Bros, represent the
Massachusetts Bonding and Insur
ance Cos. and Union Indemnity Cos.
for casualty insurance. In life in
surance the firm acts for the Mutual
Benefit Life Insurance Cos.
If you are thinking about any
form of insurance stop at the
Schloss Bros. Investment Cos. and
ask for advice on your particular
problem.
Backed by their experience and
knowledge, they will be able to save
you money and give you the type
of insurance best adapted to your
needs.
Eighty-five Good Fellows (boy and girl).
J. M. Drake (boy and girl).
Miss Harriet Bateman.
Theta Mu Rho sorority. Beta chapter.
Friends.
R. A. Christmas Lady (three children).
County Treasurer Timothy P. Sexton and
his employes (two children).
Employes of Gregg & Son, cleaners.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Boxell.
Optical League, Pritchett alleys (two
children).
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Waterman.
Mrs. P. H. W.
For Joe and Bennie Boleman.
Mrs. Madge Mullen.
Tenants of Holliday building.
Lambda Theta Phi sorority.
Mrs. A. E. N.
Lemcke Building Goodfellow.
St. Philip of Neri Bowling League. St.
Philip alleys.
For My Son and Daughter (a boy and a
girl).
A School Girl.
Employes of the National Life and Ac
cident Company. 601 Guaranty building.
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Alien (two children).
Stella Coble, New Augusta.
Employes of Indiana Watkins Manufact
uring Company, 1? West South street.
Berkley Road Santas.
A Group of Interested Charitable In
dividuals (four children).
Mr. and Mrs. Parker avenue.
Statehouse Democratic Women's Club.
R. A. Holtzclaw.
Earl and Jack.
L. P. B.
Auditor’s office of the Indianapolis Stock
yards (two girls).
Employes of F. J. Viehmann Company,
realtors.
Department Drill team No. 1. United
Spanish War Veterans.
Employes of Secretary of State's office
(boy and girl).
Employes of East Michigan street post
office (three boys).
Social Service committee of the Y. W.
C. A. of Butler university (three girls).
Indianapolis Power and Light Company's
bowling league, Pritchett alleys (two chil
dren),
Fhilip G. Clifton.
Marsh A McLennan, insurance, 1307 Mer
chants bank building.
Employes of American Telephone and
Telegraph Company, Indianapolis office j
(two boys).
Employes of biological department of Eli '
Lilly & Cos. (two children).
Third floor employes of Indianapolis
Power and Light Company.
Just An Old Guy.
The Santa for Buster.
A Little Friend (three children).
J. C. Langley.
Purchasing department of Public Service
Company of Indiana.
Rural Route Santas (boy and girl).
Operators of Indiana Bell Telephone
company( Lincoln oVfcce (twenty children).
Just a Santa Claus (two girls).
Police Chief Mike Morrissey.
Paint. Oil and Varnish Club of In
dianapolis (five children).
Friend of Children.
Agents and employes of Union Cen- j
tral Life Insurance Company. Indianap- 1
olis branch.
East New York Street Man.
Judge .
Universal Bowling League, Pritchett
alleys.
Sigma Delta Kappa fraternity.
E. H.
Roller Polo game. Indianapolis-Muncie,
Tomlinson hall (three children).
CLUB PARTY IS SET
Mrs. Hannah Hiatt Will Be Hostess
at Luncheon Thursday.
Mrs. Hannah Hiatt will entertain
the Victory Club Thursday at her
home at 1422 North Shannon ave
nue. Luncheon at noon will be
followed by a public card party at
2. Mrs. Marge r Jrexler is presi
dent. pt'
Consider the Inevitable;
Arrange Funeral Plans
Shirley Brothers Cite Grief
That May Be Avoided in
Hour of Sorrow.
If some things that must be con
sidered were thought of in advance
of the need, a lot of people would
be spared much trouble. The
Chinese is the product of a long
civilization that differs much from
ours, yet has merits of its own.
One of these is the way in which
he regards beforehand the inevit
able necessity of leaving this world.
Most Chinese expect to be wor
shipped by their descendants after
their demise, and it is essential that
funeral arrangements make certain
provisions for this and be conduct
ed in a certain way.
So the higher class of Chinese
arranges all this long before the
time, making all arrangements
themselves and thereby being sure
of their propriety.
Who shall say that this is not the
wise course? Too often, such things
never are thought of until the acute
necessity of action is at hand, and
then, in the stress of a sorrowful
time, hurried plans are made that,
as they are reviewed, are not exact
ly what one would have desired had
time previously been taken to think
them out.
So, more advanced funeral
directors ask people to consider what
they call inevitable need in advance
of that need.
Many things are certain to be re
quired, and the experience of such
establishments as. Shirley Brothers
to assist in making arrangements or
to make suggestions is an accommo
dation always given willingly.
Their main offices and beautiful
funeral home is located at 948
North Illinois street, and the com
pany operates fiv§ homes over the
city. Call on Shirley Brothers for
advice now, or for selection of a
casket or style of vault.
With the foreknowledge obtained,
much subsequent regret may be
avoided.
Mauss Brewery Equipped
for Comeback of Beer
Plant Is Being Fitted for
Production of 100,000
Barrels a Year.
The old Mauss brewery is getting
interior decorations.
The plant, located in the 900 block
on East New York street, is being
fitted with equipment capable of
turning out 100,000 barrels of beer
annually
The building has been purchased
by Indiana Brewers, Inc., and the
remodeling process has been going
on about eight weeks, with twenty
men employed.
Officials of the company are Leo
C. McNamara of the James E. Mc-
Namara Construction Company;
George J. Steinmetz, former branch
manager of the Ford Motor Com
pany here; and John J. Giesen, who
was with the old Indianapolis Brew
ing Company thirty-two years, and
later was an executive in the Capi
tol City Brewing Company. He also
is head of the John J. Giesen Prod
ucts Company.
ANTLERS GUESTS
TO ENJOY HOLIDAY
Lobby Tastefully Adorned
for Christmas.
Permanent guests at the Hotel
Antlers will feel at home this week
and next week. Manager R. I. Grif
fith has adorned the lobby and hotel
interior with Christmas decorations.
A large cedar tree dressed with
all the gay colors of Yuletide, beau
tiful trinklets dangling in gay array,
and sprinkled with artificial snow
greets all guests upon entering the
hotel. *
Rates for permanent guests are
low, with privileges of the swim
ming pool, and parking space free.
Many other attractive features call
guests to the Hotel Antlers, where
the atmosphere of home lives the
year around.
FRANCISCO AUTO HEATERS
HOT WATER OR MANIFOLD TYPE
Have a Francisco installed now. See your nearest dealer or garage,
or call ns for prompt installation.
Auto Glass Installed Complete Headlight Service
DRIVE IN FOR FREE CHECK-UP ON YOUR UIGHTS
PERFECTION WINDSHIELD CO.
25 W. 9th St. Lincoln 2040
1882 March 22nd 1932
Fifty Years of Continuous Service
Joseph Gardner Cos.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work
Repairs on Slate, Tile and Gravel Roofs,
Gutters, Spouting and Furnaces.
147-153 Kentucky Ave. Riley 1562
ft/INDIAh
INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAYS
CRAZY CRYSTAL
DEMAND GROWS
Local Distributer Declares
Thousands Learn Value
of Mineral Water.
The demand for Crazy Cystals is
increasing faster today than ever
before, according to H. M. Thomas,
state and local distributor for the
Crazy Cystal product.
"It is estimated that people all
over the world are learning the won
ders of this mineral water product
at the rate of 25,000 a day. Judg
ing from new inquiries, we believe
that approximately fifty people be
come acquainted with Crazy Crys
tals here daily,” he said.
Crazy Crystals are made from a
natural mineralwater obtained at
Mineral Wells. Tex. They are made
into crystal form through a process
of evaporation. Nothing is added or
taken from the original product.
Because thousands of people need
Crazy Crystals to improve health
! and can not afford the trip to
Texas the plan of crystallization was
devised. It brings a noted health
resort to the home of every Amer
ican family.
According to Thomas, those who
suffer from nervousness, faulty
elimination, and similar ills can find
relief by drinking Crazy Crystal
water daily.
If you feel that your daily diet
does not give you all the required
minerals, call Thomas, who is
located at 114 East Washington
street, or phone Ri. 4818, and ne
personally will call at your residence
to explain Merits of Crazy Crystal,
in drinking your way to health.
A platinum nugget weighing more
than thirteen pounds has been
found in the Ural Mountains.
The plant will be ready to produce
immediately upon legalization of 3.2
per cent beer, according to officials.
Twenty to twenty-five men will be
required to start the brewery. More
men will be hired as the demand
grows and production increases,
they stated.
Opening of the new plant de
pends “entirely upon conditions,”
according to Steinmetz. Those at
the head of the organization de
clined to give cost of the new equip
ment.
Reynolds Heir to Wed
B(i United Press
WINSTON SALEM, N. C., Dec. 26.
—The engagement of Richard
Joshua Reynolds Jr., eldest heir of
the late tobacco king, to Miss Eliza
beth McCaw Dillard of this city,
was announced here Sunday by Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Dillard, the bride's
parents. The wedding date was not
set.
Germany Gives 4,800 Amnesty
Bit United Press
BERLIN, Dec. 26.—One of the
most welcome of Christmas presents
—poltical amnesty—was granted
4,800 political prisoners throughout
Germany on Christmas day.
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to Our
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rnrm
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• Beautifully furnished.
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A Fraternal Beneficial Society providing for its members
Legal Reserve Life Insurance
An Indiana institution established 38 years ago.
Assets Over $ 10,000,000.00
Paid to Members and Beneficiaries
Over $30,000,000.00
LOCAL BUSINESS OFFICE—BO9 K. of P. BUILDING
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Write or Call
CRAZY CRYSTALS CO.
114 E. Hmh. Sf., Indianapolis
Phone Blley 4818
Indianapolis
Motor Speedway
Corporation
500 Mile Race
May 30, 1933
Tickets Ready Jan. 16
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We'll deliver your
Iciere Christmas
eve or Christmas
morn, all tied up
with a big, red
bow.
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE
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SWIMMING POOL
• Temperature controlled.
• Beautiful.
• Constantly filtered.
RATES AS LOW' AS
p ","“ k SIO.OO
Per Week, (til CA
Double pl I.DU
< SAVE MONEY
| SUMMER PRICES
I Hy-Grade Coal
-ifflL No Wheel Charge
JgA Discount for Cash
J 1 MONUMENT
iJafMa COAL COMPANY
I 701 E ' WASH. ST.
Lincoln 2233
Enjoy the Advantages of
Good Health—Get Oat and Play
CRAZY CRYSTALS
BELIEVES MANY COMMON ILLS
Nature gave you health. At the same
time nature endowed you with ali the ne
cessities to maintain good health. But often
Deonle unknowingly neglect
their physical condition .
Then learn they are 111
and need medical atten
tion. Today you can safe
guard against many evils
of health by drinking the
health minerals contained
in Crazy Crystals, 81.50
box makes li gallons of
water.
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On Chamder and Incomp.
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SCHLOSS BROS
\ investment CO. A
137 E WASH. ST AS
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