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National Life Insur
ance Day
January 19
Only a small amount a year
is necessary to protect
your loved ones with life
insurance. Yet sometimes
it is not easy to meet the
premium payment. Why not
deposit in the bank each
month a certain percent of
the premium and thus he
sure of having the amount
in hand when it is due?
Jfletcljer
£abtogg anb tEnisst
Cempnjp
Northwest Corner Market and
Pennsylvania.
SIPE TRIAL SEEN
LATE THIS WEEK
State Prepares Amended Re
turn on Petition.
Attorneys representing Adjt. Gen.
flarry B. Smith and other officers of the
Indiana state militia, made party de
fendants to the habeas corpus proceed
ings of County Clerk Richard V. Sipe,
today were preparing an amended return
to petition for the writ of habeas cor
pus. Attorneys for Mr. Sipe maintain
that the return Is not sufficient and that
it should contain the oath administered
to members of the court-martial that
sentenced Sipe to five days’ hard labor
at the Indiana state farm and ordered
him dishonorably discharged from the
Indiana state militia.
Judge Louis B. Ewbank late Saturday
continued the hearing until the amended
return is filed. It Is expected the case
will go to trial late this week on the
facts of the case.
Slpe’s attorneys attacked the legality
of not only the court-martial which tried
Sipe. but claimed that the court-martial
in this case did not have the legal au
thority to deprive Sipe of his liberty.
Attorneys for Adjt. Gen. Smith con
tended that the militia was legally or
ganized and that the court-martial was
regular.
Attorney Edward W. Pelt, for Sipe,
alleged that the whole affair was an “at
tempt to railroad Sipe into punishment."
Trustees to Plan
Further Fund Drive
/ ......-
Plans to raise $2,000,000 of the pro
posed $7,000,000 endowment fund of But
ler college will be made at a meeting of
the executive committee of the board of
trustees of the college Wednesday night
at a meeting to be beld at the office of
Attorney Emsley Johnson, 707 Law build
ing.
The executive committee consists of
James L. Clark of Danville, who is chair
man; Dr. Thomas C. Howe, president of
the college; William G. Irwin of Colum
bus; Merle Sidener of Indianapolis, and
Hilton U. Brown of this city.
Present plans call for the launching
of the financial campaign as soon as
possible.
Kiss or Bite? Gash
Takes 3 Stitches
There may be doubt in the mind of
Panl Graham as to whether Desa Wash
ington was trying to kiss or bite him.
But there is no doubt but that it took
three stitches to close the wound in his
lip.
The woman is under arrest and Gra
ham is recovering. He told the police he
roomed at her home, 321 Toledo street.
His key failed to open a door and he
tried to enter the house" by the front
window. A conversation with Miss Wash
ington ended when she sunk her teeth
in his lips, he said. Graham also was
arrested by Patrolman Baker and Mc-
Calllster. Both are colored.
G. O. P. Editors Invite
Candidates to Dinner
Five republican aspirants for governor
win be Invited to sit at the banquet of
the Indiana Republican Editorial asso
ciation at the Claypool hotel on .Tan.
30. They are: Wnrffen T. McCray,
Jventland; James W. Pesler, Indinnapo-
Hs; Edward C. Toner, Andersou ; I,lent.
Gov. Edgar D. Bush of Salem and Ed
.Taekson of Lafayette.
San Antonio and Laredo, Texas
Mr. Business Man or Woman
You need a ten-day relax for those nerves. I have it for you
Come join us on this personally conducted tour to St. Louis, through
h Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas to San Antonio and Laredo
At on the Mexican border, where the oranges are growing ripe, flowers
are in bloom and Mexican peons going barefooted. A visit to quaint
old San Antonio, a hunt and a trip across the border for those wish
ing to participate, and returning, a trip through the oil fields.
You yet have time to get ready. I will take your reservation
up until the train leaves at 12:20 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 20th.
For the payment of $125.00 you have this splendid rest and vaca
tion, which cost covers all transportation, standard Pullman and
eating on diners, hotels and amusements.
I have been sixteen years a Big Four railway conductor and will
know how to make your trip enjoyable.
We leave over Big Four and M. K. T. 12:20 p. m. Tuesday,
Jan. 20th, 1920.
VERNON HINKLE
337 LEMCKE BLDG. Circle 2791
GOODRICH COUP
SINKS HARPOON
INTO WATSON
Violates ‘Harmony Agreement’
in Seeking Presidential
Preference on Ballot.
WANTS TO RUN THINGS
Breaking faith with the supporters of
James E. Watson in the republican ranks
Gov. Goodrich has finally determined that
he will seek absolute control of the re
publican delegation to tbe national con
vention through a primary preferential
vote for himself, and has started peti
-1 tions to put his name on the ballot.
Unless this movement is checked at
once It means that there will be a di
vided delegation sent by Indiana to the
Chicago convention or Watson will have
few, if any, friends in the delegation.
The determination of Goodrich to have
his name on the ballot is a direct va
riance from the “agreement for har
mony” that was produced by Will Hays
between Watson and Goodrich several
months ago when it was announced that
there would be no entrant In the prefer
ential vote for the presidential nomina
tion. v
At that time it was agreed that for
the benefit of the party it would be best
for Watson to remain an acive candi
date for senator and confine his work :
on the presidential delegation to seeing
that the delegates were men who could
be depended on to gravitate to Wat
son in the event there was a demand for
Watson’s candidacy created from out
side Indiana and developed on the floor
of the Chicago convention. It was
planned by Watson to have the delegates
pledged to Goodrich as long as there
was a chance of Goodrich being nom
inated for president, but to take care to
select such delegates as could be de
pended on to break to Watson in tbe,
event there was a chance to nominate j
him and non© to nominate Goodrich.
WATSON STRATEGY
i GOES AWRY.
The Watson people believed themselves ;
jin a good strategic position as a re- j
1 stilt of this agreement and they allowed >
the word to go forth that there was j
! complete harmony between Goodrich and
Watson. This apparent harmony con- |
tinued until last week, when the Wat- I
son people discovered that Goodrich was |
preparing to present his name in the
primaries and was arranging to name
delegates who were not agreeable to
Watson, but could be swayed by Good
rich to any candidate he saw fit when it
became desirable to trade off the In- j
diana delegation.
Goodrich has gone about the selection j
of the Chicago delegation with all the j
smoothness that is characteristic of his j
other political moves. He has Intrusted 1
the matter of getting up the petitions for
his name on the preferential ballot to j
Edward J. Robison, who, he once said, is j
“one of my closest business and per- j
sonal associates.”
Robison was actively engaged In the j
management of Goodrich’s campaign for
governor and his name appears in a
number of distinctly Goodrich schemes ;
which have marked the administration in ■
the last three years.
ALSO DIRECTOR
OF GLOBE MINE.
Robison is a director and active mans- j
ger of the Globe Mining Company, the
company to which Goodrich traded tbe
services of convicts from the penal farm ;
for the opening of the stripper mine In j
Pike county. Investigation disclosed that !
Goodrich's son, Pierre, was also a dlrec- ,
.tor and stockholder in this companj j
while the penal farm convicts were build
ing a railroad to this mine and clearing
DREADED FOR
NIGHT TO COME
' '
Texas Lady, In Pretty Bad Fix,
Heard of Cardui, Tried It,
And Now Says It Saved
Her Life.
Chilton, Texas —Mrs. Mary Reese
of this place states: “Some time ago
I was quite sick and suffered a great
deal. I had been suffering quite
awhile ... At times I had such
severe pains in my back, across my
hips and in my sides — I was in a
pretty bad fix . . . was so restless
I dreaded for night to come.
Having heard of Cardui, I thought
I'd try it ... I commenced to
get better with my first bottle. I
took six bottles of Cardui, and will
I tell any woman what this Cardui
Home Treatment can and will do if
taken according to directions. We
not only feel it cured but . . .
most likely saved my life. I am able
to do my work with ease and know
Cardui did it.”
Cardui has been found to relieve
many womanly pains and ailments,
and thousands of women have writ
ten to tell of the benefit it has been
to them, in cases of female troubles
and weakness.
Cardui is prepared from mild, me
dicinal ingredients, which act as a
tonic and help build up health and
strength in a natural manner.
Try Cardui. At druggists.—Adver
tisement.
INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA.
There Are 25 Parks,
With an Acreage of
1,901, inlndianapolis
There are twenty-five parks in
Indianapolis, distributed through
out the city, with an area of
1,901.6 acres, valued at $4,680,938.
A boulevard system connecting
these parks encircles the city.
There are three publio golf
courses and many public tennis
courts. —One of a series of articles
prepared for The Times by the
convention board of the Advertis
ing Club of Indianapolis.
away the ground preparatory to taking
out coal by steam shovels.
This is the company which Martin
Lowisb, one of the stockholders said,
under oath, gave Goodrich and Ward
Watson $25,000 of its capital stock “for
services."
Robison’s name has also been connect
ed with certain transactions which the
state board of accounts has been inves
tigating in connection with its recent
probe of the affairs of the state fair
board. He is said to have had a connec
tion with the ownership of certain res
taurant fixtures which were bought by
the state fair board at a price higher than
they were once offered to the board.
Robison is generally regarded as a
"smooth" political manager and in con
nection with the governor’s selection of
candidates for delegates be is expected
to deliver to Goodrich whatever Goodrich
wants to the entire exclusion of the
Watson element—Copyright, 1920, Indi
ana Publicity Bureau.
FEAR REDS? NO!-
SAYS DR. HOUGH
He’s More Afraid of Men Who
<( See Red.”
Don’t fear the reds.
This is the advice of Dr. L. H. Hough,
president of Northwestern university,
who has traveled extensively In Europe
studying social conditions.
“I am a great deal more afraid of
the man who ‘sees red' than the man
who is red,” ho said. “The man who
‘sees red’ is filled with fear, but fear is
worse Itself than that which causes it.'
Dr. Hough told an audience at the
Meridian Street M. E. church last night
that stability, sobriety and good will
are forces which will safeguard the fu
ture of America. These forces will guld*
and restrain the new liberty we have
found since the war, he said.
Ever Good Oleomargarine—Glossbrenner’s.
CHEST CLOGGED DP
WITH HEAVY COLD?
Don’t give it a chance to “set
in’—Use Dr. King’s New
Discovery.
THAT dangerous stage where a cold
or cough or case of grippe might
get the better of you may be nearer
than you think. Prompt action with Dr.
King's New Discovery will avert a long I
siege.
For fifty years It has loosened eon- ;
gested chests, dissipated tight-packed
phlegm, broken vicious colds and coughs.
Give It to the youngsters—take it your
self. There will be no disagreeable after- j
effects.
60c and $1.20 a bottle. At your drug
gist’s.
Bowels Become Normal
—liver livens up, bile flows freely—head
ache, biltousness, tongue-fur, stomach
sourness, disappear when Dr. King’s New
Life Pills get in their natural, comfort
able action.
Purgatives, never pleasantly correc
tive, sometimes habit-forming, should not
be taken to rack the system violently.
Nature’s way Is the way of Dr. King’s
New Life Pills—gently hut firmly func
tioning the bowels, eliminating the intes
tine-clogging waste, and promoting the
most gratifying results. Cleanse the sys
tem with them and know the boon of reg
ular bowels. 25c at ail druggists.
Cups and Saucers 18£ up
Dinner Plates 10£ up
Fancy hand-painted Plates.
j 30-piece Dinner Set $4.95
Little Furniture Store
211 E. Washington St.
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It comes to you in concentrated powder form, and all that is necessary
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Send for Free Recipe Booklet .
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GOMPERS RAPS
SEDITION BILL
Unamerican and Kills Lib
erty, Says Union Head.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.—Denouncing
the peace-time sedition bill urged upon
congress by Attorney General Palmer as
Prussian and czaristic, Samuel Gompers,
president of the American Federation of
Labor, today said: “American citizens
who love liberty and love America can
not stand Idly by and permit this legis
lation to be enacted.”
Mr. Gompers’ indictment of the bill is
sweeping. He asserts that not only is
It a grave threat against labor, but that
It could perpetuate autocratic censorship
over the entire American press, and
would re-establish the censorship of the
postmaster general even to private cor
respondence. y
The measure in general is character
ized as a bill against opinion and advo
cacy designed to set’ up a government
not of law but of men.
Berlin Denies She’ll
Treat With Soviet
BERLIN, Jan. 19.—Newspapers here to
day denied a report printed in Paris
that Germany will send a commission to
Moscow to negotiate with the bol
sheviki.
ABANDONED 1JA..1 DIES.
A week old colored baby was placed
on the doorstep of the Colored Orphans’"
home, 317 West Twenty-first street
early yesterday morning. By the time it
was found It had died of exposure.
Micros
It’s Easy—ls You Know Dr.
Edwards’ Olive Tablets
The secret of keeping young is to feel
young—to do this you must watch your
liver and bowels—there’s no need of
haiing a sallow complexion—dark rings
under your eyes—pimplesr-a bilious
’oos in your face—dull eyes with no
sparkle. Your doctor will tell you
ninety per cent of all sickness comes
from inactive bowels and liver.
Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician
in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com
pound mixed with olive oil to act cn
the liver and bowels, which he gave to
his patients for years.
Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute for calomel, are gentle in their
action yet always effective. They bring
about that natural buoyancy winch all
should enjoy by toning up the liver and
clearing the system of impurities.
Dr. Edwards’Oiive Tablets are known
by their olive color. 10c and 25c.
Easy Way to Keep
Your Hair in Curl
If you have trouble keeping your hair
in curl, you'll do well to try plain
Liquid Silmerine. Apply a little at night
with a clean toothbrush, drawing this
down the full length of the hair from
root to tip. The hair will dry in the
prettiest waves and curls that you can
arrange, and the effect will appear al
together natural, instead of that dull,
dried-out look whtch the heated iron
gives, the hair will be bright, lustrous
and beautiful.
# Liquid Silmerine is, of course, per
fectly harmless to hair and scalp and Is
neither greasy nor gummy. If you will
get a few ounces from your druggist you
will find it quite inexpensive to use.—
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APPONYI IN BUDAPEST.
\
PARIS, Jan. 19. —Count Apponyl, head
of the Hungarian peace delegation, re
turned to Budapest today.
Indianapolis Public Schools
E. U. GRAFF, Superintendent.
R. C. LOWELL, Director of Vocational Education. -
Free Public Evening Schools
SECOND TERM NOW OPEN
At
Manual Training High School. Foreigners’ House.
Arsenal Technical Schools. Slovenian Home Association.
Schools Nos. 8,9, 12, 41, 51, 52, 55, 17, 23, 24, 26, 42, 63? 64.
Classes In English for foreigners
Common school branches in the Elementary Schools.
High School subjects In both High Schools.
Vocational Trades and Home Economics classes Id High Schools and
several elementary buildings.
Tills Is Your Opportunity to
LEARN MORE TO EARN MORE
Old classes continued and new classes started the second term.
Classes In other subjects started If fifteen people apply.
High School classes on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 7:30
to 9:30.
Elementary classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 to 9:00.
ENROLL EARLY AT THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS
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THIS PAPER FRIDAY
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fiunstMd te wish 100 per cent eleeJL
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CLOTHING ON CRE DIT
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N. PENNSYLVANIA ST. 2nd FLOOR
ALL INTERURBAN ROADS LEAD TO
D. N. FOSTER FURNITURE COMPANY
117-119-121 West Market St. Across Market Street From the Terminal Station.
COP BREAKS HIS ANKLE.
Patrolman J. T. Fields encountered an
icey sidewalk Sunday and today Is at
his home, 1222 Churchman avenue, with
a broken ankle.
MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1920.
“TVhat a splendid-look
ins old lady.” “Yes, and s
she’s just as kind as she f
is pictured in that pho
tographic portrait by WPW
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cents. Address PENN PUBLISHING CO.,
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Right Now!
—With every clock tick, something big
passes by. Do you know what it is? It’s
the whole world.
But more than this —your chance to do something very
much worth while —it also speeds past, unless you do it
very quickly.
There is only one time to do what you have in mind to
do, and that is always—Right Now.
So, Right Now, say tbe things you want to say. Right
now do the big thing you had in mind. Right now take heart
and hope. Right now step up and on. Right now beam out
that smile. Right now think up that thought. Right now
all things must be “done up brown.”
Tomorrow’ is sure to be too late —no matter how tired
or disinclined you may be today. For tomorrow' there will
be no today. And today there may be no tomorrow.
So you see. Right Now is the time to open that Savings
Account
We Pay —O/ on Savings
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THIRFT SALE OF CANNED GOODS
Government Canned SUGAR CORN, A Ala
48 cases large No. 2 cans, each Im2V
Per case, $2.50.
48 cases fancy INDIANA TOMATOES, A—
No. 2 cans, each
Per case, $2.80.
60 cases fancy INDIANA TOMATOES, A 71^
No. 3 cans, each M. 4 2V
Per case, $4.00.
100 cases Scott County RED BEANS, 4
No. 2 cans, each lvL
Per case, $2.25.
100 cases large cans PINK SALMON,
large cans, each Avt
Per case, $9.00.
The above prices will hold good all this week; the thrifty
housewife will take advantage of these offerings.
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MODERN DENTISTRY
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]T p 1 There was, of course, a time
when some dental work could not
be done without considerable
pain. But, in these days of anesthetics and scientific methods
pain has been driven from the dental office. Os course, ex
perience and equipment enters into dentistry to a great extent.
Better choose a dentist who has a large practice. He generally
knows every phase of the business aMittle better.
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