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trust, lban, rent, real estate,
insurance and safe deposit
matters, is real service.
It is a service that has done
much to make this com
pany the largest of its
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- —VI
FARM COLONY
HEAD PICKED
Ernest Chenoweth, Winchester,
Selected by Trustees.
Ernest Chenoweth of Winchester will
assume his duties as superintendent of
the Farm Colony for the Feeble-Minded
at Butlerville, in the southern part of the
state, on Wednesday. He was chosen for
the job by the trustees late yesterday.
The trustees had sought the services
of Charles E. Talkington, superintendent
of state farm at Putnamville, a dem
ocrat, for the position, but trustees of
the state farm objected seriously, it was
finally decided that Mr. Talkington
should devote half of his time to the
feeble-minded colony, giving the new
superintendent the benefit of his expe
rience in institutional work.
Inmates probably will not be admitted
to the new institution for three or four
months. The new superintendent im
mediately will begin building up his or
ganization. Adult persons now at the
feeble-minded school at Ft. Wayne, at the
epileptic village and in insane hospitals,
will be transferred to the Butlerville farm
colony.
William P. Keller of Columbus has
been chosen president of the board ot
trustees. Other officers of the board are
William Aitkenhead, Purdue university,
treasurer; Guy Humphreys,, Bloomfield,
secretary, and Elmer E. Scott. Madison,
vice president.
Mr. Chenoweth was commissioned first
lieutenant in the army at the Ft. Benja
min Harrison officers’ training camp and
was promoted to captain in France, where
he directed construction work. He re
signed as superintendent of a consolidated
school in Randolph county to enter the
army. His salary as superintendent of
the farm colony will be §2,000 annually.
ARGENTINE SUGAR PRODUCTION.
The production of sugar in Argentina
during 1919 amounted to 260.000 metric
tons.
AMUSEMENTS.
I LAST FOIR PERFORMANCES
MurTT Tonight sL™
I MATINEE SATURDAY
THE NEW Y RK WiNTER
GARDEN SPECTACLE
Monte Cristo Jr.
118 Scenes
Prices—Tonight, sl, *1.50, $2, *2.50. I
Saturday Matinee, 75c, SI.OO, $1.50, $2; I
Saturday Evening, SI. $2, $2,50, $3.00. |
ALL NEXT WEEK-SEATS TODAY
MATS. WEDNESDAT-SATURDAY I
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IN
Ladies First
A JOYOUS MUSICAL COMEDY
WITH THE NEW YORK CAST
Prices—Eve., 50c, *I.OO, *1.50, s2j
Wed. Mat., 50c, 75c, *I.OO, *1.50; Sat.
Mat., 50c, 75c, *I.OO, *1.50, *2.00 i Sat.
Eve., *I.OO, $1.50, *2.00, *2.50. 2 BOX
OFFICES.
Continuous Vaudeville
KAULHUi HHWAIIINS *
Four Harmony Kings, Jimmy Lyons, Degnont & Clifford, VJllbll
Grace De Winters, Clemenso & Gerson, Barney Williams 11
and company. Fox Comedy, “Roaring Lions and Tender tj -*■
Hearts.” * • IVA *
Dancing in the Lyric Ball Room, Afternoon and Evening. _
MOTION PICTURES.
KgjßSB I ™ l AS
By Robert W. Chambers
I NOW PLAYING from bis novel
ll™ ‘ ‘ the SHINING BAND ’ ’
“A TWILIGHT BABY’ with
The “st News GRACE DARLING
CIRCLE orchestra A Drama of Modern Woman
TELL?
I CfZf && FRANCEUA BILUNGTOY~
WMffumVta “THE DAY SHE PAID”
K: LyoMa-Moran farce Weekly
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.
INDORSE RACE
OF ISENBARGER
Eleventh District Democrats
Pick Him for Governor.
Special to The Times.
MARION, Ind., Feb. s.—Unqualified
indorsement of the candidacy of .Tohn R.
Isenbarger of North Manchester in his
race for the gubernatorial nomination
on the democratic ticket, was given by
democrats of the Eleventh congressional
district at a meeting held here Wednes
day afternoon in the Spencer hotel. The
meeting was held under the auspices of
the Grant Coupty Jefferson club v , and
was attended by prominent party work
ers from thi3 district. \
Mr. Isenbarger, in his address, in ad
dition to outlining the principles for
which he stands in his race for the
nomination for governor, attacked the
principles of the present state adminis
tration, directing his remarks particu
larly to the Goodrich tax law and the
centralization of power in the hands ot
a few men at Indianapolis.
EXPENSES INCREASED
BY REPUBLICANS.
“Our party Is out of power in Indiana
today because of misrepresentations and
statements which are known to be false.’’
said Mr. Isenbarger. “It was charged
by the leaders of our opponents in 191 b
that expenses of government were too
high; that our educational and benevo
lent institutions were not well managed
that our highways were improperly
financed and kept; that our people were
not competent to elect the officers in
many important positions in the state;
that we should have a dictatorial form
of government and that our offices should
be grouped in commissions and that
these commissions, instead of being' re
sponsible to the people, should be re
sponsible to one individual, our gov
ernor.
“Now, at the close of these four years
of the administration of these promises,
these are the facts —there has never beeq
a year since these opponents have been
in power but our state institutions of
learning and benovelence have cost more
to operate than under„ democratic ad
ministration. Our taxes have climbed
higher, and the 1920 taxes on our homes
and our farms will be the highest in
the history of the state.
WOMEN DEMOCRATS
ATTEND MEETING.
“In a meeting recently held in Indian
apolis, even the republican editors were
so disgusted with the past administra
tion’s work that they refused to endorse
the chief executive of our state.
“We were promised better rpads and
more economic construction and mainte
nance of the same. You men who drive
automobiles know how well this promise
was kept. Can any great party continue
to break faith with our Hoosier people
and live? *•
"I hold that our people will speak in
no uncertain terms In November and
that again there will be a vote of confi
dence in the Jeffersonian ideals of gov
ernment and that our party will be given
the opportunity to correct the present
system of spoils and provide for a gov
ernment by the people and for the
people.”
A feature of the meeting Wednesday
was the presence of a large number of
women who are becoming actively en
gaged in democratic politics in the Elev
enth district.
Four Sevens Flour —Glossbrenner's.
AMUSEMENTS.
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IWhyM r '~Ty —i li i II ■■■
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In this biggest show of the season
we have two headliners of distinct
merit, each dominated by a bevy of
clever girls having all the attractive
qualities of youth and beauty.
William B. Freidlander’s Newest
Musical Farce,
“KISS ME”
With Ethel Corcoran and
Harry Meyer.
The title sounds funny, and when
you see the chorus of young Ameri
can beauties you’ll agree the name Is i
right.
Ralph Dunbar Presents His
“Grenadier Girls”
And Oh, How They Can Sing and
Play f
Holmes & LaVere
“THEMSELVES,"
Written by Thomas J. Gray.
Our Favorite Comic,
Eddie Borden
Walter Weems
Merry Southern Humorist.
Ballot Trio
An Innovation in Equilibristics.
Harry Masters
and Jack Craft
In a Satire on the Song and Dance
Man, Past, Present and Future.
Kinogram News Weekly and
Litterary Digest Sayings.
EVERY DAY AT 2:15 AND 8:15.
SEATS ONE WEEK IN ADVANCE.
Mats., 15-50 c; Eve., 15c-*l,oo.
‘Jazz Still Waves’
After Council Votes
RACINE, Wis., Feb. 5. —Personal
liberty still breathes. Racine aider
men proclaimed today.
They defeated an ordinance de
signed to end dancing to syncopated
music. The measure was drafted by
Mayor William Armstrong* who de
scribed “jazz” as “immoral, sensuous
and degrading.”
“Jazz is not music but the folks
like it. We can’t take away their
personal liberty by telling them what
they shall listen to,” the council ma
jority held.
NEGRO TOTS PAY
VISIT TO GRAFF
Seven Pickininnies Call to
Place Drawings on Display.
A touch of color was added to the
busy life at the School Administration
building yesterday evening when seven
little pickaninnies made a formal call on
E. U. Graff, superintendent of the city
schools.
The delegation was from the negro
Orphans’ home, Senate avenue and
Twenty-first street. Miss Helen Louise
Self, teacher of the elementary grades at
the home, acted as chaperon for the vis
itors and ushered them into the inner
most sanctum of Mr. Graff, where they
were formally received.
Among those present were Eddie Joe,
Willy Smith and Jimmy Crow, which
three names are linked together due to
a similarity of their owners and a cer
tain rhythmic connection, according to
Miss Self.
Miss Self’s charges were accompanied
by several “chocolate” .lolls dressed in
yarn clothing knitted by themselves. They
also presented some drawings for the
approval of Mr. Graff. These offerings
were later entered In the school art ex
hibit now being conducted in the Ad
ministration building.
Pair Taken in Raid
at Oxford Hotel
Harry Neff, 48, giving Ills address as
the Oxford hotel, and Fern Buoy, 40,
1051 Eugene street, are facing statutory
charges in city court today. They were
arrested at the Oxford hotel shortly after
midnight by a raiding party lof the
morals squad.
John L. Muench, 47. 2050 Mable street,
is held on a charge of assault on a 13-
year-old girl. He was arrested by De
tectives Rademacher and McMurtry and
Sergt. Burnsides of the women police.
CZECHO-BLAVS AID AUSTRIA.
WASHINGTON, Feb. s.—To relieve th e
food and fuel shortages In Austria, the
Czechn-Slovak republic has sent to that
country 30,000 tons of sugar, and is
sending monthly 510 cars of coal, ac
cording to a cablegram.
AMUSEMENTS.
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Noon Continuous 11 p. m.
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THE JUVENILE FOLLIES
A fast moving aggregation of jggj
bewitching, captivating, sing- IsS
lng dancing, prancing doll
babies In motion.
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| “NIGHT IN A HAREM 77
16 BIG ACTS 6
INCLUDING
Madlaine Traverse
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ENGLISH’S TONIGHT
BALANCE WEEK-MAT. SAT.
T* l6 SHOW OF THE UNIVERSEf
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Prices—Nights, 25c to $1.50.
Mats., 26c to SI.OO.
NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY, WED.
Matinee Wednesday
imiiimri
In the Rapid-Fire Laufh Corned y
ON THE HIRING LINE
Trices—Night, 50c to $2.00.
Matinee, 500 to $1.50.
M. BAKER PRESENTS
THE
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WITH HARRY $. LEVAN AND
ISAM BACHEN
This coupon and ten cents entitles
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during week.
Jnirtana Jlailij (times
10 ARRESTED IN
SINN FEIN RAID
Clean Sweep of Officials in
Dublin Castle Expected.
DUNDALK, Ireland, Feb. s.—Ten ar
rests were made yesterday In a round
up of persons supposed to be connected
with the Sinn Fein movement.
Among those arrested were three mem
bers of one family and Michael Carolan,
who was recently elected to the Urban
district council from the Shankill divi
sion of Belfast. Carolan was held on a
charge of “unlawful assembly.”
LONDON, Feb. s.—The Dublin corre
spondent of the Daily Mail, telegraphing
reports of impending changes in the
Irish g6vernment, says there is firm be
lief in a coming reconstitution at Dublin
castle, based on the conviction that there
is a serious division In counsels there.
It ts known, the correspondent says,
that Viscount French, lord lieutenant of
Ireland, and Undersecretary James Mac-
Mahon, who is the deputy of James lan
MacPherson, chief secretary for Ireland,
do not see eye to eye many Important
administrative matters. '
It Is also suggested that Sir James
Campbell, Irish lord chancellor, Is de
veloping doubts.
A clean sweep of the castle, according
to the correspondent, Is constantly being
urged as the only escape from the bog of
confusion surrounding the seat of gov
ernment
Chicago Judge Fixes
Divorce Age Limit
CHICAGO. Feb. s.—Circuit Judge
David has set an age limit on divorces.
David Wolf, 67, and his wife, 00, faced
him.
“He hasn’t spoken to me for six
months," said Mrs. Wolf.
“It’s disgraceful for people of your
age to be In court,” said Judge David
and dismissed the case.
Rink’s Odds and Ends
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Coat Sale
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—Young Men and Women Wanted 4
Oue of the most urgent today is a multitude of NEW RECRUITS in business. Business everywhere is
clamoring for young men and women who are qualified to start as bookkeepers, accountants, stenographers, and
secretaries. It wants young people who can start in these positions, and who are anxious to “grow” into bigger,
more responsible places. There has never been a more favorable time for YOUNG MEN and WOMEN to start,
and to entrench themselves in business. Our EMPLOYMENT is literally “flooded” with calls; calls
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that such action will make their success surer, safer and more substantial. Start your preparation next Monday,
Feb. 9, or as soon thereafter as possible, in
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If you can; or write to the point you wish to attend, or to Fred W. Case, Principal.
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Classic Dances as
Substitute for Wine
CHICAGO, Feb. s.—Gertrude Hoff
man today came to the rescue of tlie
thirsty.
“Try classic dancing. It’s got a
regular kick,” was her advice.
“Just turn on the phonograph.”
she said, “and bid fat and old age
goodby. Express music with your
body. Flit, jump, glide. It’s the most
wonderful feeling. Everybody, old
and young, should do story dances.”
Two Struck Down by
Autos in City Streets
Jerry Thomas, 68, is recovering at his
home today from injuries received when
he was knocked from a bicycle by an au
tomobile driven by Dr. Charles Myer,
4165 North Pennsylvania street. The ac
cident occurred at Central avenue and
Thirteenth street last night. Thomas
lives at 1614 Cornell avenue. His injuries
are not seridus.
J. C. Pritchett, 50 North Kealing ave
nue, was driving an automobile which
struck at woman last night at Illinois
and Ohio street. Pritchett and Patrolman
McClure were unable to get the woman
to tell her name. She declared she was
not injured and walked away.
War Veterans Meet
at Headquarters Car
The organization car of the World War
Veterans at Pennsylvania end Market
streets is being visited daily by returned
soldiers, sailors and marines from all
parts of the country. Besides getting
acquainted, the men at the car are selling
tickets and creating interest for the com
ing indoor circus and festival of the
veterans to be held at Tomlinson hall.
The organization reports satisfactory
progress In the membership drive now
under way.
WANTS BERGER
RUSHED TO JAIL
District Attorney Urges That
Socialist Serve Sentence Now.
CHICAGO, Feb. s.—Demand that Vic
tor Berger besent to a federal peni
tentiary to begin serving his sentence
of ten years was to be made today by
Federal District Attorney Charles Clyne,
who prepared to file the government’s
brief before the United States court of
appeals. The brief charged that Berger,
who is out on ball pending an appeal,
is attempting to perpetrate a fraud ori
the appeals court and that he was guilty
of perjury in his trial before Judge
Landis.
District Attorney Clyne claims to have
new evidence showing that Berger op
posed conscription. Berger’s convictioh
led to his expulsion from congress, foil
lowing which he was re-elected on the
socialist ticket from Milwaukee and again
refused a seat In congress.
World Needs Doctor,
Says British Captain
In spite of the so-called peace the
world is sick and needs a physician, ac
cording to Capt. S. T. Fripp of the Brit
ish royal flying circus, who is spending
a few days here as the guest of A. Ben
net Gates, hotel man.
Capt. Fripp is one of two survivors of
the British air force which came to
America during the war and spent some
time in Indianapolis. Capt. William A.
Haunay, the other survivor, Is now with
the British air forces in India.
After traveling through Ireland, Scot
land, Scandinavia and Holland Capt.
Fripp said that on arriving in New York
he found that there seemed to be active
propaganda at work to destroy the per
fect understanding arrived at during the
war between England and the United
States.
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