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NAME PATRONS FOR LECTURE Royal Reception Planned for Daughter of Clemenceau. Mmc. Clemenceau Jacquemaire. daugb ter of Premier Clemenceau of France, who will lecture in Indianapolis next Wednesday evening, will be given a royal reception upon arrival. She will reach here at t a. in next Wednesday. She will be entertained at lunch and at 4 p. rv. a* reception will be given in the Propylaeum. In making public the list of patron esses for the meeting today, the com mittee in charge announced that all persons interested in France arc invited to attend the reception. The patrons and patronesses Tor tne reception are: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Grover, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Ayres, Miss Mary Winter, iVliss Fredoniji Allen, Mr and Mrs. John M. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam C. Bobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bross, Mr. and Mrs. Woodbuy T. Morris, Mr and Mrs. Charles Burpee, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Bever idge, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Wilson, Dr. end Mrs. Albert Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Cof fin, Miss Lucy Taggart, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Coburn, Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Brown, Mrs. L. J. Blatter, Dr, and Mrs. J&hn Barnhill, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burns. -Air. and Mrs. Henry Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hoillday, Mr. and Mrs. George Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dowden, Miss Caroline Howland, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Howland, Miss May Shipp, Mr. and Mrs. William L. El der, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitton, Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Page, Will Uockwood, Henry Kahn, Oren Ragsdale, Mrs. F. L. Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stalnaker. Mr. nrih Mrs. L. B. Swift. Mr. and Mrs. liussell Sullivan, Mrs. James Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hauelseu, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jillson, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCotter. Mr. and Mrs. John 11. Talge, Dr. and Mrs. Alex Jameson, Prof, and Mrs. Thomas E. Howe, Prof, and Mrs. A. Ruddell, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. A. Clowes, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lilly, Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, Blair Taylor, Dr. Charl ton B. McCulloch. Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Clark, Madamp Brus, Frederick L. Mayer, Donald McGlbeny, Thomas Hendricks, Dr. and Mrs. Bernnys Kennedy, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith. Col. and Mrs. Robert Tyndall, Mr. and Mrs. Booth Tarklngtoj, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rabh. Mrs. S. E. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Herod, Miss Lucyanna Joss, Mr. and Mrs. David Hamilton Campbell, Miss Jessie Goodwin, Miss Emma Martin dale, Mayor and Mrs. Clearies W. Jewett, .Wf. ana Mrs. 8. A. Fletcher, Mr. and .Mrs. James W. Fester, Mr. and Mtr. Russell Fortune, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Great house, Mr. and Mrs. James Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Holliday, Mr. and Mrs. George Hume, Mrs. Thomas Kackley, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Geddas, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Joss, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Jameson, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Knefler, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Knight, .Mr. aud Mrs. illiton U. Brown, Mt. and Mrs. C. S. Lewis, Mr. aud Mrs. Ell Lilly, Mr. and Airs. Louis Levey, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mr#. Sam Mur dock, 'Sir. and Mrs. Owen Mothersbead, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moxley, Mr. and •Mrs. Hugh McGlbeny, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ler Marmon, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. John Martin dale, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Latham, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Talbott, Mr. arwl Mrs. W. M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Evans Woollen, Mr. aud Mrs. Iler&ert Woollen, Mr. and Mrs. mil Watson, Miss Clarissa Wells, Miss Anna Marie Gall, Miss Elizabeth Nicholson, Miss Car oline Coffin, Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Burrill Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed, Dr. sand Mr*. Emerson, Dr. and Mrs. George "P. Meldt, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Mayer, Miss Flor ence Gilmore, Miss Stone, Mile Badalre, Mrs. Martin Rehfuss, Jr., Miss Blanche Stillson, Mr. and Mr% Robert A. Adams. Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Mllllken, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon Murdock,Mrs. Morris Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Dean, Mr. and Mrs. .Douglas Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Bates, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoke, Mr. and Mrs. .T. I. Holcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stein, Miss Louise Bennett, Miss Julia Brink, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Holliday, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Krauss, L. C. lluesmann. SOUTH SIDE NEWS Persons having Items for the Bonth Side News Column may call L. W. Pruett, Proapeet 887. PIONEER RESIDENT BURIED. Funeral services were conducted Satur day for Mrs. Matilda Woldt, a pioneer resident of the south side, at the resi dence an Fletcher avenue. Mrs. Waldt, who was born in Germany in 1837, came to the United States in 1870 and has been a resident of the south side since that time. She Is survived by two daugh ters, Anna and Mae K. Woldt and a son, William Woldt, all of this city. Rev. Wesley P. Pierce of the Emmanuel Baptist church conducted the services. NEW BOOKS RECEIVED. Prospect Street branch library recent ly received new copies of books on the Manual Training reading list, which are much in demand among high school pat rons. Some of the more popular are: “The Slck-A-Bed Lady," by Abbott; “Roast Beef Medium,” and “Buttered Side Down,” by Edna Ferber; “Best American Tales,” with introduction by Trent; “Burled Alive,” by Bennett; “Sixes and Sevens,” by O. Henry; “Kis met,” a play, by Knoblauch; “Arms and the Man,” by Bernard jihaw; “Boy Life of Napoleon,” by Foa; “Woman In White,” by Collins; “The White Com pany” and “Hound of the Baskervilles,” by A. Conan Doyle. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. The annual election of officers for the Sunday school of the Edwin Ray Metho dist Episcopal church was hold last week and William A. Jenkins was re-elected . superintendent. A Sunday school or chestra has been organized under Ihe direction of Paul E. Brown and will make its first appearance at the service Sunday morning. Mrs. C. D. Hartley, 1620 Fletcher ave nue, was taken to the Methodist hospital this week for a serious operation. Falls Seven Stories and Lands on Feet NEW YORK, Jan. 12.—Compound frac tures of Both ankles and both feet were the only serious injuries sustained by John Ralph Williams, army chauffeur, when he landed on his feet after falling seven stories from the roof of an apart ment house, where he had gone to take the air while attending a party. His head was also bruised after bis spectacular landing right side up. Son Identifies Amnesia Victim LAMBERTSVILLE, N. J., Jan. 12. “Doctor X,” the amnesia victim, who was found here Dec. 22, was identified Satur day as John L. Brand, 64, who disap peared from Boston in March, 1917. Identification was made by his son, j Lieut. Commander Charles -L. Brand, U. ?B. N. of Philadelphia. CHIEF FIGURES IN CHANGES AT IJ. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE - ■■■ —— ; (RfV <: - Child, 15, Kept H „ m 1 N**- ~ L Locked in Home \ * - . Since Her Birth jj a chorus of seventy-five. She had never 6 ‘"J A.•"? ' *8 f ■'sc **Ji heard singing before. Shown a picture ** ***' '* *' ' ■">' just received her first doll and is iu>- ' Child, 15, Kept Locked in Home Since Her Birth NEW YORK, Jan. 12.—Secluded in a room since her ldrth, 15-yeax-oIJ Harriet .Seres Saturday began her first steps in education. She had been kept from the world by her parents because of a phys ical deformity. . “I Just sat,” she told - investigators when they asked her how she spent her time. * She has Just been taken to a school where there are other children nnd heard a chorus of seventy-five. She had never heard singing before. Bhown a picture of a dog, she called it “horse.” She has Just received her first doll and is im mensely pleased. Her parents did not treat her cruelly, she said, but did not let her see any one. She remembered seeing two other men besides her father during her lifetime. She had never put on a coat and did not know* how. Her fattier is a paver employed by the department of highways. U. SrPays $284,761 for Use of Terminal WASHINGTON, Jan. 2.—Director General Hines of the railroad ndmin.- lstratlon Saturday signed a contract with the Southern Pacific Terminal Company for $284,761.95 for compensation for the period of federal control. Normal Training Tests Set Jan. 22-23 Examinations for entrance into the In dianapolis Normal Training school for the spring term will be held at School No. 10, Ashland avenue and Thirteenth street, Jan. 23 and 23, Superintendent of Schools E. U. Graff announced today. The examinations are competitive. Re cent graduates of the city high schools and other institutions of equal rank are eligible to compete. Four subjects will be written on; composition, reading, arithmetic and United States history, in cluding current events. Applicants who have not already done so should confer with Miss Marion Lee Webster, principal of the normal school on Monday, Jan. 12, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. EAST END ITEMS Any one having new# for the East End Column may call L, E. Whit* sltt, Irvington 925. NEIGHBORHOOD LEAGUE. The next regular meeting of the Neigh borhood league will be at the branch library on East 'Washington street, Mon day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members are urged to attend; all others who are interested in the community wel fare will be welcome. There is talk of alley improvements in the Eleventh pro clnet of the Ninth ward In early spring. SOCIAL and PERSONAL. The east sub-district Epworth League rally will be held at East Park Metho dist church Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, The east sub-banner will be awarded the chapter having the largest percent of attendance. Mfss Ada Nelson was the leader at Fountain Street Epworth league Sunday evening. Ah unusual program has been planned. The fourth vice president, Miss Thelma Horrel, will lead the league service at East Tenth street. Mrs. P. J. Conroy of Bloomington, 111., will “come next week to be the guest of Mr, and Mrs. 'William Murrln, 1328 East Eleventh street. Frank Jones has returned to Buffalo, N. Y., after visiting with his mother, Mrs. Mary Jones of North Tacoma avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Richards, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. FYank Gal lagher, 721 East Twenty-second street, have returned to their home in Bayonne, N. Y. Mrs. Charles Bloomfield, who has been at the Deaconess hospital, has returned to her home, 5218 East St. Clair street. Mrs. R. T. Hathaway, 4519 East St. Clair street. Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Holloway, at Warsaw. Ind. PERSHING DENIES WASTING YANKS WASHINGTON, Jan. 12.—Gen. Persh ing, in a letter dated-- Nov. 21 last, to Congressman Fuller of Massachusetts, de nied that American lives were needlessly wasted on .Nov. 11, armistice day, or at any time during the war. The letter was made public Saturday. WmR I //JMorning KeepYbur Eyes Clean - Clear Healthy Ihrrr-gtCw* ®es* MnrtooCo. o!S®e.tl£ I—Fred VanNuys, new United States district attorney for Indiana. 2 —L. Ert Slack, retiring district attorney. 3—George G. Rinier, assistant to Mr. Slack, who is succeeded by Samuel Garrison. 4 — Mr. Garrison. s — Floyd Mattice, first assistant district attorney, who continues under Mr. VanNuys. WOMAN SHOOTS SELF IN HEART Mrs. Jessie Wood shot herself through the heart with a revolver In a bedroom In her home, 1222 North New Jersey Saturday. She died Instantly. Mrs. Wood, whoso husband, John B. Wood, Is employed In the office of the Center township trustee, apparently was In good spirit* early in the day. Rela tives are unable to explain Jthe act. Her father, John L. Krlng, heard the shot fired, soon after breakfast. He went to the bedroom and found her lying on the floor, dead. Mrs, Wood was 52 years old. She Is survived by two children, Herbert and Josephine, and one sister, yrs. Julius W. Salvage. Coroner Robinson pronounced it a case of suicide. DOCTOR KILLED BY EX-CONYICT NEW YORK, Jan. 12.—Search for an ex-convlct In connection with the brutal imurder of Dr. Jack Hanania. a young dentist, was started Saturday afternoon by the police, following the finding of the body on the floor of Hanania's office by bis father. The police believe the crime was prompted by revenge. The name of the ex-convtct Is being withheld. The man for whom deteotives afe searching came to the United States with Hanania’s parents about eight years ago. In 1913 he was sentenced to Sing Sing for seven years after a stabbing affray whlch resulted when Miss Rose Falcon, a cousin of the murdered dentist, refused to return his affections. Today he applied at the young den tist’s office, saying he had a toothache. He was ushered Into a waiting room, .where two young women were waiting. When a patient left the murdered den tist’s office the former convict went ir and shortly afterward the young women testified they heard the crunching blow* of the hatchet an<J ran hysterically to the rear of the apartment to notify the aged father. A half completed recommendation, be lieved to have been asked for as a ruse by the former convict, was found on the floor beside the dead man, who was ap parently In the set of writing it vyhen the attack was made. HAAG’S CUT-PRICE DRUGS NO MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT THESE PRICES i * \ Everything Fresh, Genuine of the Purest and Best Quality. Prices Subject to Change Without Notice. $3.00 Florarnye Toilet Water. -82.48 35c Djer-liias Talcum Powder.. 24o 75c Djer-Klss Face Powder 59d $1.50 Djer-Klss Vanity 80x...51.24 50c Djer-Klss Rouge 45^ $1.50 Djer-Klss Vegetale $1.12 $1.75 Djer-Klss Perfume $1.48 50c Java Rice Face Powder 330 Mary Garden Talcum Powder. Mary Garden Perfume. Mary Garden Toilet Water. Mary Garden Vanity Bex. Mary Garden Rouge. 750 Dorin’s Brunette Rouge 49 0 75c Soclete Hyglenlque Soap 490 SI.OO Djer-Klss Sachet Powder..B4© SI.OO Azurea Sachet Powder 890 25c Pond’# Vanishing Cream 160 26c Squibb*’.Talcum Powder 150 80c N Reslnol Soap 180 Full Line of Harriett Hubbard Ayer*a Toilet Preparationa DISTRIBUTORS FOR MARY GARDEN TOILET ARTICLES INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1920. Nation Turns Back on Beggar Booze WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 Even Ken tucky hospitality didn't Jar congress yesterday from Its dry pedestal. The offer of the Kentucky distillers association to give every person in the country a gallon of whisky free If congress made It possible, did not find much hope even among the wet members of congress. They pointed out that the house was two-thirds dry and the senate even more dry, and that no legl-lstlon looking to ward a wet spc l has any chance of life COUNTY HEALTH NURSE NAMED Former Red Cross Worker Given Position by Board. Mary E. Christian, 1234 Sterlington street, a nurse in the United. States army for fifteen months during the war and a graduate of the Registered Nurse Graduating school in 1913. Saturday was appointed to the newly-created position of county health nurse by the county commissioners. TJie decision of the commissioners was unanimous in the appointment of Miss Christian, who will begin her duties Monday under the directions of the coun ty health doctor. The position carries with It a monthly salary of $125. This is the first time In the history of the county that there has been a vis iting county nurse whose work will be to safeguard the health of children and families living in the country. Keep America Dry Drive Planned Now WASHINGTON. Jan. 12.—Keep Amer> lea dry, is the purpose of a nation-wide campaign in support of prohibition that Is being planned here Saturday In pre liminary meeting of the annua] session of the National Temperance Council. Advocates of the dry Issues are pre paring to forestall any efforts on the port of the politicians to gain favop by advocating the repeAl of prohibi tion. $3.00 LaTrefle Toilet Water.. .$2.48 $1.75 Azurea or LeTrefle P0w.51.34 $1.75 Azurea or LaTrefle Veg.sl.39 $3.00 Azurea Toilet Water.... .$2.48 $1.75 Florarnye Powder $1.34 $1.75 Florarnye Vegetale $1.39 35c Mavis Talcum Powder 230 Mavis Face Powder. Mavis Toilet Water. Hudnut’s Violet Sec. Hndnot’a Yanky Clover. Hudnnt’s Cold Cream. Luxor Face Powder and Rouge. Ayers’ Luxuria Face Cream. Ayerlstocrat Vanishing Cream. Ayers’ Face Powder. Bonellla Face Cream. Boncllla Vanishing Cream. Bonclllft Cold Cream. 25c Woodbury’s Facial Soap.... 160 CAVE-IN BURIES MAN TO NECK Worker at Stutz Plant Badly Injured by Accident. George W r . -Perkins was badly injured Saturday when he was caught In a eave ln while working on the foundation for a new Stutz Motor Car Company building on North Capitol avenue. Ha was in a hole six feet deep, building a frame for a concrete pillar, when the earth covered him up to his neck. He'suffered broken ribs and possible Internal Injuries be fore lie was dug out by Charles l’rince, another workman. Perkins, Is 47, a carpenter, and lives at 763 Virginia avenue. LIMIT POWERS OF POSTOFFICE WASHINGTON. Jan. 12.—The senate Saturday amended the Sterling sedition bill by including the Borah provision, which prevents the suppression of publi cations by the postmaster general with out the process of a hearing and appeal for the publishers. \ The Sterling bill provides against the publication of writings advocating the overthrow of the government by force. Seek Venue Change on Traffic Act Suit Roy Shelley and Fred inde pendent taxicab owners, who filed a suit asking that the city of Indianapolis be restrained from enforcing the parking and traffic ordinance against taxicabs. Saturday asked Judge T. J. Moll of su perior court, room 5, for a change of venu out of the county. The court has not acted as the Issues will not be closed until Monday. The taxicab men allege that the ordinance discriminates between them and other motor vehicles. Scrofula Rheumatism and Catarrh are constitutional dis eases. They require a constitutional remedy. There is none better than Hood’s Sarsaparilla Which thoroughly purifies th® blood and builds up health. 25c Llsterine 160 25c Carter’s Little Liver Pills 140 SI.OO Pepgen Tonic 690 $1.50 Scott’s Emulsion 980 SI.OO s. 8. s 67e $1.26 Plnkham’s Veg. Cam 79c 50c Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin 390 50c Phillips’ Milk Magnesia 390 SI.OO Horlick’s Malted Milk 690 $3.75 Horlick’u Malted Milk..-$2.98 80c Borden’s Eagle Milk 240 80c Kolynos Tooth Paste 180 50c Pebeco Toath Paste 330 500 Pepsodent Tooth Paste 330 85c Senrico Tooth Paste 230 $1.50 Fellows’ Com Syv Hypo.sl,lo 75c Bell-Ans 59c 40c Can Menck’s Phos Soda 24c SI.OO Bottle Aspirin Tabs, 5 gr.. 450 SI.OO Nujol 640 CONTINUE PROBE OF SUGAR SALES Investigators to Make Pur chases at Every Store. Investigations of reported sales by some Indianapolis grocer* of beet sugar at cane sugar prices will be continued to determine whether grocers are per sisting in the practice, Stanley Wyckoff, Indiana fair price commissioner, said Saturday. He said investigators will visit and make purchases at each store in the city. Reports of this alleged practice of Indianapolis grocers are being investi gated by Charles P. Tlghe. special agent for Indiana of the bureau of investiga tion of the United States department of justice. Another carload of cane sugar arrived today and was distributed at a whole sale price of $17.20 a hundred pounds. Mr. Wyckoff predicted that sugar con ditions will be “fairly good” in Indian apolis by Feb. 1. He said he expects increased shipments and that many whole salers have bought heavily and ore ex pecting shipments between Jan. 25 and Feb. 1. Mr. Wyckoff said that reports pub lished yesterday of the practice of grocers In selling beet sugar at cane sugar prices bas caused muny persons to brlug sugar to his office to determine whether it was cane or beet sugar. 1 He said lie will encourage this practice and that lie believes if housewives wfll keep a check on the grocers the grocers will not attempt to sell cheap sugar at high prices Mr. WycKoff is continuing to enforce the ruling that purchasers of sugar shall not be required to purchase merchandise, an investigator on the city market found three stands at which combination sales vrere being made. The sales were stopped. BANK DEPOSITS RAPIDLY CLIMB Increase of $10,530,870.15 Made During 1919. Bank deposits in Indianapolis are in creasing rapidly, in spite of the high cost of living. '.'he deposits in the six national banks of Indianapolis on Dec 31, 1919, were $10,530,870.75 greater than on Dec. 31, ' 191-8. It is shown in the statements made to the controller of the currency*, A compilation of reports on deposits shows the following: Deposits Dec. 31, 1919.. .$51,113,027.83 Deposits Dec. 31, 1918... 40,582.157.73 Gain over previous year. 510,530,870 15 Figures are not available for the state banks snd the trust compaules. Reports of most savings banks show a marked increase in the amount of savings ac counts. Financial institutions of Indian apolis never were In more prosperous condition, bankers say. Local bank clearings today wer $3,167.- 000. This compares with $2,999,000 a year ago or an Increase of $177,000. Ulearlngß for the Week, the first full | wed.- at the new year, show a total of ! net ',OO against $10.952.0i10 last year. | This is an Increase of $2,032,000 for the week. j Traveling Right Along at 23 NEW YORK, Jan. 12.- Mrs. Edna Les j Me, 23, was arrested today ou a charge |of bigamy. Her husbands, according to the complaint, included: Charles Hoffman, 28. Robert Simmons, 20. ! George Faucett, 22. John Leslie, 22. # NAME “BAYER” ON GENUINE ASPIRIN Safely stops headaches as told in “Bayer packages” Millions of men and women have proved "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin” with the "Bayer Cross” on tablets, the quickest, surest, safest relief for their Headaches, Colds, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago. Neuritis. Pain seems to fade right away. Buy only a Bayer package containing proper directions. Always say “Bayer.” Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists also sell larger “Bayer” packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono aeetlcacidester of Salley llcacid.—Adver tisement. **Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets” (o- WUI Mar Your Appearance and Impair Your Health Let our dental experts make them sound and attractive so you will re tain your good appearance and health. Our charges are reasonable and our terms easy to pay.. New York Dentists 41 Ernst Washington Street 204 SAKft BUILDING FIND HIGHWAYS IN BAD SHAPE Condition of highways throughout the state is not very conducive to motor pleasure jauuts, according to reports made by the highway-weather service of the United States weather bureau. The state roads as reported by J. H. Armlngton, meteorologist at the local weather bureau, is as follows: 1. Jackson Highway to Chicago—ln dianapolis to Lafayette, icy, choppy and rough, with ohains necessary. Generally fair but slippery rest of way. 2. Jackson Highway to Louisville- Several inches of snow over most of route, surface icy aud slippery and chains necessary. 3. National Road to Richmond—Sev eral inches of snow over whole route, icy and slipptery in several stretches. 4. National Road to Terre Haute — Snow and ice prevalent, chains Detour necessary near Stilesville. 5. —Dixie Highway to South Bend— Generally fair to good practically entire distance; excellent beyoqd South Bend, but quite slippery in places. Three to six inches of snow over much of route. 6. Dixie Highway to Louisville—Fair to good most of way; dangerous detour necessary mile and a half northeast of Martinsville. 7. Indlanapolis-Ft. Wayne—Excellent to fair to good remainder of route through Anderson, .Marion. Huntington to Ft. Wayne; several Inches of snow over whole route. 8. Dixie Short Line to Cincinnati- Several inches of snow, but fair to good practically entire distance to Harrison, 0., some bad spots rest of way. Eases Colds At once! Relief with “Pape’s Cold Compound” The first dose eases your cold! Don’t sty stuffed up! Quit blowing and snuf tiing ! A dose of “Pape’s Cold Compound” taken every two hours until three doses are taken, usually breaks up a severe cold and ends all grippe misery. Relief awflits you ! Open your clogged up nostrils and tbe air passages of your head; stop nose running; relieve the headache, dullness, feverishness, sneez ing. soreness and stiffness. “Pape’s Cold Compound” Is the quick est. surest relief known and costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts with out assistance. Tastes nice. Contains no quinine. Insist on Pape’s!—Advertise ment. What One Woman Told Another About Headaches “I’ve completely conquered my headaches and nervous spells. The least mental ex citement used to leave me In a terrible state of nerves. House work wore me out. Parties bored me dreadfully. I was never sure of myself. "During a particularly trying time for me, I was urged to try a glass of Celery-Vesce. One teaspoonful in a third glass of water fills the glass with a foamy drink that is extremely pleasant to take and almost miraculous in its effect. “A single glass promptly drives away the headache, soothes the nerves and straightens out indigestion and sour stomach. Instead of stupefying like most reme dies, it is positively exhilarat ing. It contains mo harmful or habit forming drugs but has an ever welcome taste and is Immediate in its sooth ing? bracing effect —leaves no nauseating after effect. “I always keep a bottle handy -because someone In 7/uited A fruited Wheat Oats 4® load in th© crusade for — - ISHTKB OIBfSITA!U AU the comforts of home*, nil ICL rum I All Absolutely fire-proot Rooms sl, $1.25 and $1.50 Corner Market and N®w Jaraay St* Weekly Rat® on Applloatlen. 3 MORE RED M ALIENS TAKmB Federal Agents Continue Roundup at Valparaiso. Raids upon the home of Lithuanians in Valparaiso, Ind., Friday night resulted In the arrest of three more alleged red aliens, Charles P. Tlghe, special agent In charge of the Indiana bureau of investi gation of the department of Justice, an nounced today. The men, who are held in jail at Valparaiso, admitted member-, ship In the Lithuanian branch of the! communist party, the special agenfcJ said. The department of justice traced the trio through evidence seized in the red raids mude last week. Deportation proceedings against the three men probably will be taken up by Chicago authorities. The total number of men seized by Mr. Tighe’s men in Indiana is forty one. Deportation hearings will continue here before Immigration Inspector C. H. Paul Monday. NOW FREE FROM PAIN Lydia L Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound Frees Another Woman From Suffering. Bayonne, N. J. married I suffered a surest deal with aside and backhand so weak^f Compound and soon lelt better. Now lam married came I was weak and nervous, could not eat and was dizzy. After I took the Vegetable Com pound I could work and eat- Now lam strong and recommend your medicine to mv friends.”—Mrs. Anna Sleva, 25 East 17th Street, Bayonne, N. J. Women who recover their health, naturally tell others what helped them. Some write and allow their names and photographs to be pub lished with testimonials. Many mo*?* tell their friends. If you need a medicine for women's ailments, try that well known and successful remedy Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound. Write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Cos. (con fidential) for anything you need to know about these troubles. the family is always having - headaches. Celery-Vesce al ways brings prompt relief.” Celery-Yespe is sold by leading druggists in ioc, 25c, too and SI.OO bottles. It has been on the market over 23 years, yet many people have never tried it. If you are one of these, order a battle from your druggist to day. He either has it now or can get 4f for you quickly. If \ you wish, we toM send you a free trial bottle upon receipt of your name and address. Vo* Briggle Chemical Go., Dept, h Indianapolis, Ind.