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LEGION WOULD
REMOVE SOCIAL
UNRESTCAUSES
Best Way to Combat It, Is
Committee Decision—Plan
Clearing House.
TEACH LAW AND ORDER
Th# American legion will seek to re
move the cause of social unrest In Amer
ica as a means of combatting it, accord
ing to Ajrthur Woods of New York, chair
man of the Americanization committee
of the legion, who has been intrusted
with working out the details of a pro
gram of Americanism to be instituted by
the legion.
The Americanization committee of the
legion, which held its first meeting here
yesterday afternoon, decided to estab
lish a headquarters which would be
a clearing house for collecting and dis
seminating information, methods and pol
icies In connenction with Americanzation
work to the various posts of the le
gion.
URGE EDUCATION
AS BEST METHOD.
The following recommendations were
made by the commission:
“We recommend,” says the commission,
“that every effort bo made to co-operate
with all existing agencies working for
the same ends. As knowledge Is the pre
requisite of enlightened citizenship ana
as education is the road to knowledge, we
recommend giving the active support of
the American legion to every effort to
6tamp out illiteracy In the nation. The
only agitator that eventually need be
feared is injustice. The American legion
stands for the reconciliation of all citi
zens by the removal of unjust conditions
wherever found. Love of county and
loyalty to the_ Institutions grow from
knowledge. The American legion should
use its Influence to encourage and sup
port and help the schools in telling chil
dren the history and development of
American Institutions In language they
can understand.
IMMIGRANTS SHOULD
UNDERSTAND U. S.
"The same story should greet the im
migrant as he lands and should follow
him through his oath of citizenship. It
should be Instilled In the heart and mind
of every other adult as well, so that lack
of loyalty can not longer be attributed
to lack ot understanding.
"Sine© the American legion, stands un
reservedly for law and order, it should
always set an example of law and order,
and it should be the endeavor of each
individual member to assist public offi
cials charged with the enforcement of
law and order in every lawful manner.”
The details of the program and the
methods of carrying It out have been left
entirely in the hands of Mr. Woods.
Tech High Class
Does Well in Play
“The Admiral Critehton,” presented
by the senior class of Technical High
school at Murat- theater last night, was
admirably played. The chst received the
whole-hearted approval of the large au
dience which witnessed the presentation
of ,T. M. Barrie’s delightful comedy.
An elaborate musical program also
was given by Technical High school
students under the direction of Ellza
)>etb Keltz. The saxophone quintet of
the orchestra received especial praise.
The students in the cast of the play
"ere Kenneth Dynes, Nathaniel Owings,
Dorothy Steeg, Avis Peterson, Mary
<'ain, Walter Shirley, Wayne Llddlli.
Howard Brydon, Ruth Gornian, Russei
Wilson, Bert Longerieh, Russel Roth.
Esther Engle, Helen Young. Elsie Neff,
Stewart Pike, Robert Thatcher, Margue
rite Werner. Helen Routier, Rose Mary
Corcoran, Otto Keller, James Boggs,
Harold Woody, Elizabeth Carlisle.
AMERICAN
CENTRAL
LIFE
'l
Insurance Cos.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
ESTABLISHED 1899
Htrbert M. Woollen
PRESIDENT
AMUSEMENTS.
( CONTINUOUS SHOW FROM NOON TILL If P„ M. i
entire new show £very Monday I
8 BIG FEATURES OI
10c-20c-30c ©I
LADIES’ SPECIAL BARGAIN MATINEES EVERY
MONDAY—WEDNESDAY—FRIDAY H
Winston’s
Water Lions
and
Diving Nymphs
All the difficult dives, stunts and
maneuvers of the girls In the water
are imitated by these strangest of
all amphibious animals.
This marvelous aquatic spectacle
of GIRL. DIVERS and SEA LIONS
is the most sensational water act in
vaudeville.
WILSON SLOWLY
REGAINS HEALTH
Grayson Determined President
Shall Not Overtax Self.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.—President
Wilson will not take an active part in
the preconvention political activities, it
was learned at the whitehouse today.
While political leaders are anxious to
have the president appear In public and
to participate In early campaign meet
ings, the president will not make any
appearance in public for several weeks
yet, it was stated on the best of
authority.
' When the president does appear in
public, it is not likely that It will be at
a political gathering, but instead it wilt
be at church.
The president is improving in health,
according to Dr. Grayson, but bis im
provement is decidedly slow. Dr. Gray
son stated that each week shows an
Improvement in the president’s condition,
but hls Improvement day by day is so
slow that it is hardly perceivable.
It is the purpose of Dr. Grayson, and
those close to the whitehouse, to insist
upon the president proceeding very
slowly during his convalescence and
every precaution is being taken to pre
vent, any over-exertion. The president
himself is persistent In his efforts to do
those things which his physicians advise
against. He desires to become as active
as his health permits but his physicians
insist upon conservation of his strength.
FOSDICK QUITS
WORLD LEAGUE
U. S. Failure to Ratify Pact
Cause, He Declares.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.—Raymond 15.
Fosdick, under-secretary general of the
league of nations and American repre
sentative In the league machinery, has
resigned.
Mr. Fosdlek’s friends say that inas
much as the league has not been accepted
by the United States be did not feel he
could continue.
In his telegram to Sir Eric Drummond,
secretary general, Mr. Fosdick said that
America’s “lack of decision” places him
in an embarrassing position and to
“avoid confusion or misunderstanding”
he believed it best to resign.
He expressed faith In the league and
declared it was near the point where It
can begin to carry out the
hope” for disarmament, arbitration and
the protection of backward people, the
furthering of international hpalth proj
ects and all the other humanitarian is
sues.”
He declared his resignation was due in
no way to lack of faith in the league.
During the war Mr. Fosdick was chair
man of the commission on training camp
activities.
49, Mostly Chinese,
Go Down on U. S. Ship
LONDON, .Tan. 20.—Many Chinese were
among the forty-nine members of the
American sreamer Mraeona, drowned
when the ship sunk 1n a storm off the
west coaßt of Sweden, a dispateh from
Stockholm said today.
Only one man was saved. The crew
of fifty included thirty-eight Chinese.
Woollen Will Speak
at Jefferson Club
Evans Woollen will speak before mem
bers of the Jefferson club at. 7.30 o’clock
tomorrow night on “The Federal Rosene
Banking Law.” The Jefferson club is j
In-ated in clubrooms at East Washing
ton street and Ritter avenue
Dally at 2:15 & 8:15
SPECIAL BARGAIN MATINEES
LARRY REILLY
And Company of Irish Players in
“Here's to Erin"
HALLEN Si HUNTER
Comedian and Violinist
HERMAN &• SHIRLEY
“The Mysterious Masquerader”
RICHARDS’
| Painty Dancing Types
Ii BILLY~GLASON
The Boy Wlth the Songs
, OLSEN & JOHNSON
Likable Lads Loaded With Laughs
1 MORGAN & KLOTER
Two Girls Who Chatter and Sing
J KI NOGRAM WEEK L Y
/ Literary Digest Sayings
PROTEST PRINT
PAPER EMBARGO
U. S. and Newspapers Act in
Canadian Situation.
OTTAWA, Ont., Jan. 20. —Strong pro
tests are being lodged with the Canadian
government by the American authorities
against the embargo on the shipment of
newsprint paper to the United States by
the Ft. Frances Paper Company. Amer
ican newspapers have united with the
United States government in the pro
tests.
It Is understood that, in addition to
protesting to Ottawa, the United States
government has lodged a protest with
the British government at London. Lon
don is reported to have already taken the
matter up wigh Ottawa.
The Canadian government so far has
shown no Inclination to recede from its
original attitude.
ENGINEERS TO MEET HERE.
Engineers from various parts of the
state will be in Indianapolis Friday
and Saturday to attend the annual con
vention of the Indiana Engineering so
ciety at the Ciaypool hotel.
“SYRUP OF FIGS”
CHILD’S LAXATIVE
Look at tongue! Remove poisons
from stomach, liver and
bowels.
Accept ‘•California" Syrup of Figs only
—look for the name California on the
package, then you are sure your child Is
haring the best and 'most harmless laxa
tive or physic for the little stomach, liver
and bowels. Children love Its delicious
fruity taste. Full directions for child's
dose on each bottle. Give it without fear.
Mother! You must say "California. "-
Advertisement.
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Important—Blood-Iron Phosphate is
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ing enough for three weeks' treatment, a-t
51.50 per package—only 50 cents a week.
Advertisement.
AMUSEMENTS.
I ENGLISH'S To igh'
I BALANCE OF WELK.
MATS. WED., SAT.
Charles Dillingham Offers
America’s Greatest Entertainer
FRED STONE
In a Musical Extravaganza
JACK S’LANTERN!
Prices. SI.OO, $2.00. 52.50, $3.00,
, ALE NEXT WEEK.
Prices Eve.. 50c, SI.OO. $2.00, $2.50, $3.
—Bargain Mats.—
, WEDNESDAY. 50c to $2.00. |
SATURDAY, 50c to $2.50.
"HasOuHollied
the FoI hex"
mill imim—wrmr—wwrnn—— i,w , ,
MSHIBERT W 3 NIGHTS ONLY !
| commencing
UR A I THURSDAY
I Matinee, Saturday, 2:20 p. m. g
LEE SHUBERT presents I j
H WILLIAM mbb I
odgE
In His Biggest Success
The Guest off Honor
Three-Act Comedy Romance of New
York Life.
—PRICES—
Eve., 50c to $2. Sat. Mat, 50c to $1.50.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
ALL NEXT WE: K. SEAT, THUR.DAY
MAIL ORDERS NOW.
Gayest Musical Show.
ks Sf'JM 6
VKou-isr i
I Direct From All Year Run, Stude
baker Theater, Chicago.
MATlNESS—Wednesday and Saturday j
Prices—Evenings, $1 to $2.50 : Matinee j
Wednesday, 50c, 75c, SI.OO, $1.50; Sat
urday Matinee, 75c, SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00. j
INDIANA DAIL* TIMES, TUESDAY, JANE ART 20, 1920.
NO REFUNDS— —OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 9 O’CLOCK—<=• °
$12.50 WOMEN’S SKIRTS, all-wool
poplins, novelty plaids; all the newest
winter models; sizes for &EZ A A
women and misses 9vvv
$4.00 WOMEN’S SKIRTS, plaids,
serges and Sol satins; specially priced
for Wednesday SI.OO
Our New Home After March Ist.
\
65c WOMEN’S LISLE HOSE—Wom
en’s mercerized lisle hose, \
black, cordovan or white.. xuC
BOVS' OR GIRLS' GOOD WEIGHT
SCHOOL HOSE, sizes sto |
9V2: Removal Sale price Jl V
WOMEN’S BLACK COTTON
HOSE —Women’s good service
able cotton hose in all 4
sizes; special.. JLVIw
AMUSEMENTS.
Entire New Show Every Sunday
6 AES Star A
Vaudeville n
Acts u
ate a y |l g wjk This coupon and ten cent* en
-9 M A _ WB titles lady to reserved seat at
B BrJhMaHJLJLw B any Matinee during week.
MAX SPIEGEL Presents the
SOCIAL FOLLIES with
BEN RUBIN JOHN QUIGG
Master of Hebrew Wit Black Face Musical Genius
TYPICAL SPIEGEL BEAUTY CHORUS
SPECIAL SUNDAY ONLY—FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS
jA m CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE *“*
SIfWL - RfiVUE OF The 1
1920 Golden Bird Until
Ferro & Coulter, Herbert Trio, Lillian Steele & Teddy
Edson, Mabel Harper, Girls of '6l, Frear, Baggot and -*-*
Freer, Fox Comedy “Chicken ala Cabaret.” P. M.
Banting in the Lyric Ball Room - - - - Afternoon and Evening _____________
SHORT PLUSH
GOATS
$35.00 Values
Fur trimmed collars, cuffs
and bottoms, three-quarter
length, like picture—
sl9,9B
SIOO.OO Kit Coney
SHORT FUR COATS
Stylish belted and plain models,
all sizes—
s43.so
S2O Short GOATS
Egyptian, plush and musoatine,
all perfectly tailored, with dis
tinctive style touches —
SIO.OO
HOSIERY FOR WOMEN
Boys’ 515.00 All Wool
Mackinaws QC
Sizes up to 17 years. B
Reduced to
Boys’ $16.50 OVERCOATS
Newest models in browns, greens and
blues. Sizes up to 15 j> AA
years. Reduced
Boys’ $12.60 SUITS
Tailored of fancy cashmeres, cheviots
and tweeds; newest
models; all ¥ # M H
sizes " " W W
CHILDREN’S OVERCOATS reduced
to $4.75
$2.00 BOYS’ CORDUROY PANTS.SI.4B
$1.25 BOYS’ PANTS reduced to 69£
INCLUDING
TOt¥i MIX
—in—
“THE FEUD”
A Typical Mix Drama, the
Daredevil of the Screen.
THE FAIR
REMOVAL SALE
\
Spurred on by the tremendous selling success of our Removal Sale, we’ve exerted all
our efforts to even more sensational achievements for tomorrow. All the small lots
that should be sold quickly—all the surplus stocks—have been re-assembled and re
marked at EVEN SHARPER REDUCTIONS so that no matter what group you se
lect from, you’ll be treated to a real bargain surprise. But come early.
$1.50 SILK BOOT HOSE—Women’s
silk boot hose with reinforced heels
and toes, in black, brown,
gray or white I wv
BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ BLACK OR
BROWN RIBBED HOSE, with rein
forced heels, toes and knee; Off,#*
sizes 5 to 9V2 *vv
GIRLS’ YARN GLOVES, serviceable
for school wear; red, tan or 4
navy; 25c values JlvL
Beautiful Dresses
$lO and $12.50
Values
A splendid offering of pret
ty dresses fashionably de
signed; the most amazing
values in the city—
ss.oo
SIB.OO and $20.00
VELVET
DRESSES
Also serges and satins; the
materials, styles and tai
loring are extraordinary
from every standpoint—
*lo.oo
$3.00 SERGE MIDDIES—BIue serge
middies, with pretty emblems on
the sleeve and braided collars and
cuffs; also some black sateen mid
dles In the lot; (>-4 •yA
Special uplJL* f F
$5.98 WOOL SERGE MIDDIES-
Wool serge middies, with pretty
emblems on the sleeves, QQ
all sizes. Special
MEN’S FURNISHINGS
$5.00 ALL-WOOL UNION SUlTS— Strictly
firsts; extra heavy and well made; every
seam taped and reinforced; da Af
sizes 34 to 46
$4.00 MEN’S UNION SUITS. Lambsdown
fleeced and Wilson Bros.’ derby ribbed
brands, strictly firsts; AAT
$1.35 MEN’S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
heavy flat fleece and derby ribbed, strictly
firsts, seams reinforced and WQ _
$2.00 MEN’S FLANNELETTE NIGHT
ROBES, strictly firsts; in pink, blue and
other pretty stripes; extra well
made and full cut arvC
$2.50 MEN’S' FLANNELETTE SHIRTS,
strictly firsts; collar attached; in blue, gray
and tan; military pocket Off
with flaps SIoUV
$2.00 MEN’S SHIRTS; strictly firsts. One
lot of beautiful shirts, laundered _
cuffs; sizes 14 to 17. tffOC
$2.00 MEN’S WORK SHIRTS; strictly firsts,
Stifels’dark blue and Blue Bell; A 4 Off
Auto brand—union ,made
65c MEN’S HOSE, in extra heavy wool hose
and dress lisle; all colors; strictly _
firsts; Removal Sale ut)C
It’s Acid-Stomach That
Makes Millions Sick
and Suffer
It is a scientific fact that Acid-Stomach
robs blood of its vitality, resulting in flabby
flesh —weakness —pale cheeks—loss of energy,
in fact causes many of the ills of suffering
humanity.
You know what acid-mouth' does to the
teeth and gums—how the acid literally eats
through the hard enamel, causing the teeth to
ache and decay. Just imagine, then, what
havoc Acid-Stomach must ci\ate throughout
the entire body.
Millions of people are wpak and unfit, suf
fering all the time, in one way or another,
from Acid-Stomach.
They don’t seem dangerously sick. Just
ailing. Going through life weak, listless, drag
ging one foot after another. Thev’re nervous
and irritable;lack power and punch, frequently
have severe attacks of blinding, splitting
headaches; subject to fits of melancholia and
mental depression. And nearly always their
stomachs are out of order, even though many
experience no actual stomach pains—digestion
poor—never getting anywhere near the full
strength from their food.
Acid-Stomach interferes with digestion. It
causes the food to ferment. This fermenta
tion creates gas, sometimes causing painful
$2.48 GIRLS’ SCHOOL DRESSES—
Made in pretty plaid and checked ma
terials. Every dress is new, clean and
Qrisp. Special % /JQ
W ednesday JLV 9
SI.OO CHILDREN’S DRESSES—A
large selection in neat plaids a
and checked materials vt/v
Fine Fur Collar Goats
S2O and $25.00 Values
Developed of the preferred warmth without
weight fabrics that have distinguished the sea
son’s most costly productions—
M2 98
SILK PLUSH
GOATS
Up to $50.00 Values
Even at their former
prices these stunning coats
were remarkable values;
kerami and muskratine
trimmed—
s2s‘oo
$lO and $12.50 COATS
Many women and
misses have already
made their selec
tions from these
coats and all feel
they saved money—
It’s Easy to See the Savings on These
Men’s SUITS and
OVERCOATS
$25 Suits and Overcoats
$14.85 #
$35 Suits and Overcoats
$19.85 lir
$45 Suits and Overcoats
$24.85 tyP
bloating and belching, food-repeating, heart
burn, etc Serious consequences often follow,
such as gastritis, dyspepsia, autointoxication.
Also to the same source—Acid-Stomach—may
often be traced cases of catarrh of the stom
ach, ulcer and cancer of the stomach and in
testines, cirrhosis of the liver, valvular heart
trouble and heart failure.
The secret of good health is to get rid of
Acid-Stomach—put the stomach in such per
fect condition that every mouthful of food you
eat will be perfectly digt sted and assimilated.
A modern remedy called EATONIC does this
quickly, easily and naturally.
EATONIC is a tablet—eat them like candy.
Absolutely harmless. Nothing but beneficial
results can follow their use. The testimonials
of thousands who have used EATONIC are so
enthusiastic as to seem almost beyond belief.
Your druggist has EATONIC and is author
ized to refund your money if you are not sat
isfied.
FATONIC
PMCTor your acid-stomach )
*6.98
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