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Do You Know
one successful man who
spends all he makes? Then
thrift must be an essential
to success. Don’t forget
the lesson taught by the
war—profit by it as others
are doing. Keep your sav
ings account growing by
regular weekly or month
ly deposits.
Jflett&ei
ftabntgs: anti &ntst
Cwnpanp
Will Help You Save Safely.
County’s War History
Added to Archives
The history of Marion county’s con
tribution to victory in the world war
today is In the archives of the Indiana
historical commission.
The history, just completed, was com
piled by Ellis Searles. working under the
direction of the Indianapolis public
library and the war chest.
Only the roll of dead is incomplete,
snd this will b“ completed as soon as a
fheck of all names of the dead is made.
The history contains a roster of all
Marion county men Inducted into mili
tary service, a roster of all officers and
men enrolled in the officers' training
'amps at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, chap
ters of the various war organizations and
hundreds of interesting pictures and
Photographs.
Ask City to Lend Aid
to German Children
An appeal for relief for German -hil
•lren probably will be made in Indian
apolis in the near future.
The American relief committee for Ger ;
man children, with headquarters in New ;
York, has . sent to many Indianapolis
people a statement of the American
Friends' service committee and Herbert
Hoover, stating that there is need for aid
to undernourished children in targe Ger
man cities.
Saturday Last Day of Our
Annual SHOE SALE
Women’s Boots |j jj^
Up to sl3 Values
Last Chance at This Price
Patent colt button, gray buck top. Mi iJI /l
Patent colt lace, black buck top. Jjtt l ofcJ '. '/ifAS/
Patent colt button, black buck top. // f 21L* r ’ /s't £ J
Brown calf button, brown fabric top. (xKtl V§ fit f
Patent colt button, black cloth top. IMtE l
colt button, brown jytfMlpyjgL.'jri'** j* 0 *
Black kid lace, black cloth f-^i
Black kid lace, gray kid top.
Patent colt lace, gray kid top.
colt lace, field mouse j\ '/ JTh "
All brown kid lace. V.e&fy'
All above styles with OeQSOft S
Big Bargains in Our Men's and Children's Department
New Arrivals in Spring Low Cuts t/% An
Tan calf oxford*, mllitarv heels
Black calf oxfords, mlHtarv heels I■—
Black calf pumps, onr. eyelet ties, baby Louis heels!.”" V
FELTMAN & CURME 7oS B
3S East Washington Street
WANTED 31
Turn your old used furniture into cash. Sell
it to us—it will pay you.
Phone today for our buyer—he will give
you immediate attention.
PIONEER DEALERS
219-225 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
OLD MAIN 3466 AUTO. 21-366
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.
FEDERALS ROUT
REBEL TROOPS
Two Generals Included in 100
Mexicans Slain.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.—Details of a
sharp battle between federal
troops and rebels led by Celso' Copeda.
Higinio Aguilar, Constantine Gaian, Vin
cent Lopez, Guadencio de La Have, Pon
ciano Vasquez and others, were made
public today by the Mexican embassy
here.
The battle occurred in the state of
Vera Cruz. The commander of the fed
eral forces reported the complete rout
of the rebels at Barra de Nautla and
Paso de Telaya, with the death of more
than JOO of them, including Generals
Ponclano Vasquez and Vincent Lopez,
Col. Olguln and other leaders. Gen
Higinio Aguilar was wounded. Former
federal Gen. Gaudencio de La Have was
taken prisoner and is being tried by
court-martial.
The rebel leaders are understood to
have united in an attack upon the town
of Guiterrez Zamora, committing acts
of pillage and kidnaping several Spanish
merchants and one Arabian, demanding
$60,000 for their release. Government
troops pursued the rebels, who finally
gave battle at Barra de Nautla.
The merchants held for ransom were
released and the federal troops captured
large supplies of ammunition and more
than 200 saddle horses.
7,400 Books Are
Back From War;
Fiction? Nope!
The remnant of a volunteer army of
books which went forth to the great war
to keep the soldiers company is begin
ning to trickle back into Indiana.
It isn’t the bright and sprightly library
of humor and romance that set forth to
carry cheer to the trenches back in 'l7
that is returning, but a grim and endur
ing band of immortal volumes.
Colorful tales of adventure and snappy
“best seller” love stories, for the most
part, failed to live> out the struggle.
Brilliant and glorious were their martial
careers, hut popularity is wearing.
Scientific, philosophical, theological and
historic volumes are returning from the
wars to lives of usefulness in peace.
Approximately 7,400 books which were
provided for army, navy and marine
corps libraries during the war through
generosity of Indiana citizens will be
returned to William J. Hamilton, secre
tary of the public library commission
here, by the American Library Rssocia
tion. About one-third of the books have
reached Mr. Hamilton’s offioe in the state
capital. Most of the early arrivals were
turned over to the Indianapolis public
library. Other shipments will be turned
over to the state library and the state
traveling library.
There is little fiction In the first ship
ment, and the American Library asso
elation has writen that nearly all books
remaining to be shipped are technical
works. A few volumes from the pen of I
J. Fenimore Cooper were found in the ;
first shipment and some of the more pr".
found works of nineteenth century think
er were returned, but all popular litem
ture was “used up" by the fighting men.
The war library work 'aught thousands
of men to make intelligent use of books.
lii tbe last six months libraries in every
reported that they are over
whelmed by the demand, especially for
useful books on technical or vocational
subjects.
Perfection Butter—Glossbrenner’s.
Stationery Special
Pinefiber Linen
160 boxes of this excellent qual
ity white linen finished paper.
A Double Box E?/\
48 Sheets rjIJC
48 Envelopes
Special, 50c N J
I SUCCESS FOUNTAIN PENS
They are of the quality that gives satisfaction. Thousands
of school children are using them.
Our School Pen has a small size gold point and Ofi?
is a self-filler, for
A large gold point; a Lever Filler Pen, gfe-4 mm
for sl. /t>
Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens

Self Fillers —If you want a pen of superior quality of the
safety type—one that can be carried in the grip or in the
pocket upside down —buy a Waterman’s Ideal at $2.50,
$4.00, $5.00 and upward.
Silver and gold-mounted Fountain Pans, $5.00 to $50.00.
Conklin’s Pens, $2.50 to $5.00
The prices are plus the war tax.
'Charles Mayer and Company
29 and 31 West Washington Street
The Gift Store Established 1840
MILLINER Y
4th Floor State Life Bldg.
Your New Hat Is Here
jf jj Remember. .fnt Say Fourth
•kr Hoor to the Elevator Man,
-AT
SS.OO $7.50 $8.50
Chin-Chins Mitzi Sailor Jockey Effects
Off-the-Face Models Poke Bonnet Effects
Springtime Sailors Roll Brims Mushroom Effects
LARGEST SELECTION OF
Untrimmed and Tailored Hats
EVERY COLOR—EVERY STYLE—EVERY PRICE.
$1.98, $3.98 up to sls
African Ostrich Feather Cos.
4th Floor Stale Lite Bldg.
SAVE TODAY
AND YOU WILL
HAVE TOMORROW
The best way to start on the right road toward safe
guarding your days of old age is to start a Savings Ac
count TODAY.
Set aside a portion of your income regularly, become
thrifty.
Thrift does not require that you deny yourself all
pleasure, but it does require that you cut off all
waste and extravagance. Carefulness will reveal many
roads to thrift and saving. •
Thrift, therefore, is only careful spending; careful
spending means saving today; and saving today means
having tomorrow.
$1 or more will open a Savings Account.
Don’t put it off. Start NOW.
WE PAY 454% ON SAVINGS
Meyer-Kiser Bank
136 East Washington Street
(Open 8 a. m. Until 8 p. m. Saturdays.) 1
J
...- = . i———.
ALL INTERURBAN ROADS LEAD TO
D. N. FOSTER FURNITURE COMPANY
117-Ut-m W*t Mavlut 8L Aero.. Market atrwt From U Xmblml Station.
Juifiatra §aihj Wimt*
EARLY SPRING BARGAINS
In Men’s, Women’s and Children’s Footwear
LADIES’ STYLISH j MEN’S SERVICEABLE
SHOES AND STYLISH SHOES
In black, brown, gray and com- In black and tan, wide toe as well
binations. In high or low heels, switch Q n „i j
and all sizes in some styles. These a ® Enlls * la * ta - all shapes; good
’ shoes are actually worth at least materials, Including vici kids that
double, and will sell at these spe- are valued at J 9.00. Specially
clal prices. priced.
j $3.98 and $5.98 $3.45 and $5.98 1
MISSES’ AND CHLL- INFANTS’ AND CHIL
DREN’S SHOES DREN’S SHOES
In button and lace; all sizes; with Good, serviceable shoes for the
colored tops as well as all in black; ones ’ B° od har d soles, spring
sneoisi— heels ’ aa well as with °ut; in black,
special brown and combinations.
j $1.98 a nd $2.48 98c an d $1.49 j
UnPI
II vj A. Ur r J AVENUE
Great Remodeling Sale
of the Granger Department Store
336338 WEST WASHINGTON
You can’t afford to miss this sale. Bargains that can not be du
plicated in the city. Come and see.
LAMBS’ FURS Beautiful Beta,
scarfs and odd pieces at one-half
actual value.
SPECIAL —Black and taupe lynx,
coney and wolf throws, full skins,
Ladles’ Coats—High tailored coata
in all wool velours, sllvertoues s‘.be
llnes and cheviots, fur and plush
trimmed, for less than one half ac
tual value.
SPECIAL--28 coata In all shades of
sllvertones, velours and mixtures,
fur end jiluah collar, S| MAQ
up to $35 00 value vl x.pO
Ladles’ Skirts—An endless variety
of atylee at a great saving.
SPECIAL—NoveIty plaid skirts, as
sorted colors, AQ
$4.50 value vs.vO
Odd serge, fsney worsted and silk
taffeta skirts, QQ A
SO.OO values vwiwO
Ladies’ Dresses—Beautiful silk taf
feta and mescaline, silk velvets, all
wool surges. Jerseys, etc., remarkable
bargains.
Special—Beautiful black satin and
all colors in silk taffeta dresaes, up
to $20.00 £4 A AQ
Ladies’ ralncosts, light plaids, blue
and black poplin, belted CA
and plain, $12.00 value.... vO.tfU
Ladies’ bungalow aprons, £4 Ass
fI.OS value 91.<£v
Ladles’ bouse d'esses, 4*A Ass
$2.98 value
Ladies’ outing flannel £4 AC
kimonos, $2.00 value vlmv
Look—BA3Y CHICKS— L -E m of
Wo ar© also booking orders for delivery in March, April and May
for standard varieties.
We are operating our own hatcheries In which we are producing
chicks from high-class prize-winning exhibition stock. Get our prices.
If you are In the market for an If you are producing your own
oil-burning machine or coal- chicks and have electricity come
burning brooder stove, you will in and see the
not find anything better than
queen A <?tro -hatch
Come in and make your selection f
while our stocks of sizes are still also the electric brooder, sold on
unbroken. a positive guarantee.
Dawson & Company 25 North Alabama St.
Telephone Main 2464, New 24-564
1C HOICK SELECTIONS OF
LADIES’
COAT&-SUITS
DRESSES -WAISTS
AND FURS
MEN’S SUITS AND
OVERCOATS
CASH OR CREDIT
MCNEILL’S
CLOAK AND SLIT HOUSK,
Mmi. Avp. and Del. St.
Have your photo- —,
graphic, portrait* made f
by the photographer who f A
knows how to retouch
the negative wlthovt lee- KflW®
lng your Individuality In .IVP m
the process.
Math Floor Kahn Bldg.
Men’s Suits —High tailored suits, tn
fancy worsteds, tweeds, Scotch mix
tures snd serges at a # great saving.
Special—l 2 odd suits, sizes 34 to 38,
in novelty mixture*; could not be
bought wholesale for 6 4*7 ffft
the money, your choice. 91 a tv"
25 Suita in plain effects, novelty
stripes and serges, fitted back or
plain, latest styles; Ans a2?
$35.00 value
All men’s overcoats less than present
wholesale prices.
Men’s Pants—soo pairs fancy wor
steds snd Scotch mixture pants,
wholesale price today more An qq
than we ask ouIO
Men’s work pants, aa At?
$3.00 value 9sSeiSd
Men’s plain blue Dd striped union
overalls, $2.50 £ 4 aq
Men’s blue rhambray aq.
shirts, $1.23 value HOC
Men’s Jersey fleece lined s a
gloves, all colors, 35c value... iO i.
Men’s felt lined arctics, *4 a
$2 00 value 91.49
Men’s heavy o.uttng shoes, 91 AO
$2.50 value 9190
Ladles’ black kid shoes, extra qual
ity, $5.00 value, AQ nn
small sizes VUttfO
High grade shoes for the whole
family at a great saving.
The best 50c coffee in no.
the city OsfC
Cups and Saucers up j
Dinner Plates 10£ up
Fancy hand-painted Plates.39tf
25-piece Dinner Set $4.95
Little Furniture Store
211 E. Washington St.
GALVANIZED WASH TUBS
No. 1 PBO
No. 2 f1.13
No. 3 m f1.29
Special for Satußay.
Fleischmann’s Jks£L r I
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920.
Watch Opportunities
We Can Please You
There’s a feeling of certainty when yon boy
a watch from us—because you know that
sV. you have what you paid for and paid for no
4 ** more than you have.
■L. *|| Our stock Includes watches of all standard
L II makes. In all styles and sizes.
Gentlemen’s Watches
*IO.OO to $250.00
The FEBRUARY born may find
sincerity and peace of mind,
Freedom from passion and from care,
if they an AMETHYST will wear.
Rir.£s, $3.50 to $50.00
CARL L. ROST O
"The House of Quality
25 North Illinois Street I
The sign of the clock In A
the middle of the blook. ■
NC PLATED OR FILLED RINGS SOLD HERE JJI
I The Home of the $4.50 Eye-Glass
J rs
J J
Lenaa with any desired Kryptok Invisible bifocals for TAB.
£££—44.so a sl2
A nAs<l< ooml**c amrtmurt a# meundnge te wM from.
Hoosier Optical Company
148 N. Illinois St Open Saturday Evening*.
Manufacturing Optician*. No Charge for Examinations.
WATOH THE JOB BABAAQU^j
i
’7104*
4 W. Washington Bt.
Advance Style
SPRING
SUITS
NOW WAITING
YOUR INSPECTION
Many attractive models
in serge and tricotine. \
featuring novel, youthful :
effects and more severe =
tailored types. E
Splendid Values • j
$35 !
$45
Mending TISSUE of* tsuTaSS
Aio Hwuif*tr Repair, clothing.
■llk. eatin. cotton goods, ribbons, fabrics
of all kinds, kid gloves, mackintoshes,
smbrsllas, parasoia, stocking*, etc. Pack
age postpaid. IS cents, two packages, II
sonts. Address PKNN PUBLISHING CO,
WatrevUle. lb.

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