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Society News Mrs. S. B. S’Jtpiii I'as left Wr a few 'days’ visit in New Yo.k City. • • * Gamma Sigma sorority will meet with Miss Cecelia Saltzmau, 927 Park avenue, tomorrow afternoon. • * Mrs. Samuel Rled is in New York City spending a few weeks. * * * Thomas C. Paris, after a brief stay in New York City, has returned to Indi anapolis. • • * The Phi Beta Psi sorority will enter tain Sunday afternoon with an informal “at home’’ for the members and their quests. Miss Margaret Shepard, 2504 . albott avenue, is the hostess. * ♦ T-he Magazine club gave a luncheon tviaj at the Department Club building, after which the election of officers was held. * • Mrs. F. B. Palmer will entertain friends at chrds this evening at her new home on Washington boulevard. * * * Mrs. Nicholas Ensley and Miss Amber Ensley are spending the winter in Eos Angeles and southern California. • * • Miss Gladys Clark, who has been In Birmingham, Ala., for several months. Is home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, 2103 Broadway. * • The Altrusi clnb held a luncheon at Ayres' Lunch Tea room today. E. U. Graff addressed the organization on gen eral educational problems, telling the women to urge higher state educational standards. * * Miss Clarice Itatliff. Miss Louise Spake and Miss Inez Richardson from Purdue university are in Indianapolis today to attend the Kappa dance and will spend the week-end with Miss Florence Wilson of Irvington. * * • Tomorrow afternoon Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold an informal open house at the home of Mrs. Edward Felt, 64 No>-th Irvington avenue. All visiting Kappas are invited. t * * Miss Nell Smiith is spending a few months in Florida. • • * .The Alpha Social club wil give a pub lic card party tonight in Musicians' hall, Ohio and Delaware streets. * • The monthly card party of the wom en of Moose Heart Legion will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the Moose hall. 135 North Delaware street. • • The wedding of Miss Ruth Hellekson and F. B. Lindley took place today noon at her borne. 1942 North Alabama street. Immediate relatives were the only guests. The bride wore an attractive white frock with a clever white maline hat. Her corsage was Bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The only attendant was Donald R. Lindley. brother of the groom. After the ceremony a wedding break fast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Lindley left later for a trip. * • • Miss Mary Wilson will entertain at dinner tonight at her home In Irvington in honor of Miss Eunice Blckel and Miss Alice Maltby of Columbus. 0., who are here to attend the Kappa Kappa Gamma state dance tonight. Covers for twelve will be laid. The guests include Miss Frella Jones, Miss Florence 'Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Griffen, Mr. Mcßroom, Mr. Mullane, Mrs. Wgmsley, Mr. Wagner. The whole party will attend the Kappa dance afterward. CITY EMPLOYE SHY ONE DRINK Just Poured Out for Him, Raiding Police Say. A member of Mayor Jewett's city ad ministration forces was caught Just, in the act of taking a drink when a raiding party made up of prohibition agents and the moral squad under the leadership of Sergt. Dean raided the office of P. J. Beck, 524 South State avenue, according to prohibition officials. He wag taken to police headquarters and released, it Is said. P. J. Beck, manager of a branch of a former brewing company, and Gua Gulffre, 731 South East street, said to he a former saloon keeper, were arrest ed. The pollc then went to Gulffre's home, where they say they found In the basement three barrels of wine, two case* of home-made beer and a bottle of Sehlltz beer, made before prohibition cent Into effect. It was said that Beck had purchased a bottle of wine from Gulffre, and was tuat giving a drink of It to a city official when the police arrived. She Will Appear in Vocal Recital "Here on Tuesday HRh _ * ■ .!> MME. r A large audience of music lovers of I odlanapolls is expected to bear Mme. tars Sapln In a recital at the Temple next Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock. Tlek ■ 1 s are on sale at the Baldwin and Stein way piano stores and st Huder'e drug store. The recital is under the auspices of the Council of Jewish Women. Mme. s.-.ptn has sung with the Boston Grand Opera Company and as soloist for some of the country’s best symphony orches tra a. A MU SEME N TS. ALL THIS WEEK Follies of Pleasure AND THE Famous Bernstein Chorus This coupon and 10 cents entitles lady to rewrvid seat at any matinee Visiting Guest at Big Annual Dance of Kappa Gamma v y f: [ls 1 MISS ALICE MALTBY. * Among the charming visitors in Indi anapolis to attend the state Kappa Kappa Gamma dance at the Claypool hotel to night are Miss Alice Maltby and Miss Eunice Bickell of Columbus, 0.. formerly members of the Butler college active chapter. They are guests of Miss Mary Wilson, in Irvington. Many girls from the active chapters of the sorority in Indiana colleges will be present at the dunce. The chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rand Beckett, for DePauw university; President and Mrs. Thomas C. Howe, for Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris, for Indiana univer sity and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thurber, for Purdue university. Cow Wins Cup as Butter Fat Producer As the 1919 champion batter producing Jersey cow in Indiana, “Arietta of B. F. 422751,” owned by J. A. Driseol, Liberty. Ind., was awarded a cup by the Indiana Jersey Cattle club at a banquet held last night at the Claypool hotel. The prize winning cow produced 57! 33 pounds of butter fat and 10,532.5 pounds of milk. Golden Estella, Purdue univer sity’s best cow, won second place with 558.1 pounds of butter fat and 10,533.1 pounds of milk. Speakers at the banquet were Mrs. Ada Sweitzer, director of the division of infant and child hygiene of the Indiana ‘state board of health; Mrs. M. A. Covode of "Westfield, and Mrs. John W. Mooro of Indianapolis. W. H. Senour of Brook vine, president of the club, presided Pastor Leads Raid, but No Booze Found Special to The Times. EDINBURG, Ind., March 6.—Rev. W. T. Jones, pastor of the Methodist church of Edinburg, last night led federal agents on raids in search of illicit booze here. The searching party, accompanied by Marshall Snider, raided a private home and a poolroom, but no booze was found. AMUSEMENTS. _ Irjv 1 I The Sixth Annual New York Prior#. a PRICES! I lOday | Theater Musical Comedy Since.. jqj . I ™ EB oh, my dear TOMORROW MATINEE2 P.M.,NIGHTB P.M. | The St. Boniface Dramatic Club of Lafayette, Indiana, Preaents ■ VERONICA’S VEIL I THE AMERICAN PASSION PLAY I A RELIGIOUS DRAMA IN 5 ACTS AND 18 TABLEAUX. PRICES EVE. 8:30 WEEK SEATS NOW SELLING, 2 BOX OFFICES. Hhß I iRB w Y ” rk> OPe X far - Bouton, 4 month.. Chicago, 7 month*. PrU-e.—Kvex. 50c. 75c, sl, <1.50, 82; Wed. and Sat. Mats., 50c, 75c. sl, *IBO. WEEK MARCH 15—SEATS THURSDAY I MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY 2:20 P. M. | ROLAND WEST’S Thriller of all Thrillers I jjji Ik sj Al GEORGE PROBERT One Year at Lyric Theater, New York. PRlCES—Evenings, 5041 754. 91.00, 91.50, $2.00. Matinees Wednesday an* 1 •‘"y 78tf, 91.00, 91.50. Y, W. C. A. NOTES The new Officers of the Federation of Industrial clubs will be installed at the federation meeting Wednesday evening. Supper will be served at 6:15 followed by the installation service. The first volleyball game of the season will be played Mdnday at 7:30. The game will be preceded by a short meeting of the athletic association for the pur pose of electing officers. All girls inter ested in volleyball are urged to register Monday night. Several new courses especially suited to the spring season will be offered by the educational department during Its new term which commences April 5. The majority of the classes which are now meeting will continue their courses on through the spring term. Registration should be made Immedi ately for the newly organized night class In spring millinery. The class will hold its first meeting Thursday night with Miss Pearl Huff ns Instructor. Both spring and summer hats will be made during the twelve lessons comprising the course. The program for tomorrow nfternoou vesperß will consist -of a talk by Miss Helen B. Paulson followed by Miss Maud Tatam and Mrs. Bertha Roudebusch, who win each give a bolo. and a number of readings by the Roudebusch twins. Mrs. Paulsou’s subject will be “A Modern Mother Goose.” She will exhibit her in teresting collection of Mother Goose dolls. From 5 to 6 tea will be served and Miss Helen Harrison will give a harp solo fol lowed by a violin duet played by Miss Margaret Roudebusch and Arthur Berry. The following companies contributed the prizes which were awarded at the swimming meet held Friday night: G. H. Westing & Cos., two swimming suits; Gus Habich. one wool suit; A. G. Spaulding & Cos., one suit, and C. B. Dyer a bronze medal for the 100-yard swim. The senior events were won by Mrs. Cecilia Deublg, Miss Lillian Dunn! gan, Miss Ruth Williams and Miss Josephine Kruger. Miss Lucille Row won the Junior events. The Judges were: Miss Helen Coblenz of Indiana university, and Miss Ruth Rice and Mis i Gladys Seiler, both of the North Ameri can Gymnastic union. Woman’s Life Valued at SIO,OOO in Suit Judgment of SIO,OOO damages is asked by Mi's. Btella Chaney of ItklianapoUs, as administratrix of the estate of Mrs. Etta McCullough, against Chauncey K. Poer, a prominent farmer of Shelby county. • Mrs. Chaney yesterday filed suit In the Shelby county circuit court against Poer because of the alleged fatal injuries sustained by Mrs. McCullough, when struck by an automobile driven by Poer, Oct. 30, 1919, in this city. It is alleged In the suit that Poer was driving his car ot night without lights and that he was exceeding the speed laws at the time of the accident. Mrs. McCullough, who was aged 47, and lived at 3011 East Washington street, was crossing the street, near her home, with her daughter Helen, 16, when she was struck. She died shortly afterward. SATES R.VBT; DIES. DALLAS, Tex., March 6.—A baby played In the roadway. T. 1. Elliott, SS, Jammed on the brakes of bis automo bile. The child was saved, but the shock killed Elliott Instantly. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. TEACH CHILDREN RESPONSIBILITY, WOMAN ADVISES Tells Parents They Must Not Wait Until Kiddies Grow Up to Give Them Work. Parents should not wait until thedr children are grown up before they start teaching them the value of work and the meaning of responsibility, Mrs. Helen B. Paulsen of New York, child welfare ex pert, said today. “A father came up to me after one of my lectures and told me that his boy was an lngrat“,” said Mrs. Paulsen. “I asked him what was the matter with his son, and he expiainted that he had gotten his boy two positions and that the boy had lost both of them. “I asked the father what work his son had ever tried to do before he had held these positions. The father replied that his boy had done nothing; that he had been sent to school. . “1 didn’t think the boy was old enough to try and work before ho got through his schooling,” the father told me. I asked him how tin the world he ex pected his boy to hold down responsible positions when he had never before been taught the meaning of responsibility. The father then admitted that he had made a mlstakii In the training of his son. Parents must impress on their boys and girls the importance of doing work well and in having pride in work well done. This is the stepping stone to the acquisition of a sense of responsibility that will prepare the children for the time when they make their start In the world.” Mrs. Paulsen during the coming week Is scheduled to make the following ad d roases: Sunday, Y. W. C. A., 4 p. m.; North Park Christian church. Kenwood avenue and Twenty-ninth street. 7:45 p. tn Monday, Emerson school, Linwood and New York streets, 2 p. m.; Spades park branch library. Commerce and Nowlan 1 avenues, 8 p. m. Tuesday, Teachers’ col lege, Alabama and Twenty-third streets, l:30 p. m.; Peoples State bank, 4:50 p m.; I’arent-Teacher association, school No. 6, stop 7, Greenfield line, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Parent-Teacher association, school No. 43. Fortieth street and Cap! tol avenue, 3 p. m.; Westminster Pres byterian church, 449 North State avenue. 7:30 p. ra.; Thursday, Parent-Teacher ns aoclatlon, school No. 45, Twenty-third street and Park avenue, 3 p. m.; Parent- Teacher association, school No. 3, branch library, No. 3, Rural and Bast Washing ton street, 8 p. m. Friday, Meridian W. C. T. U,„ 3101 Washington boulevard, 2:30 p. nu: Bemis Bag Company, 4:30 p. m.: school No. 28, 831 Fletcher ave nue. 8 p. m. Saturday, Altrusa club, Ayres' tearoom, 12:30 p. m. RIGHT DRUNKS LOCKED IP. TOLEDO, March 6.—Because they wouldn't tell “w here they got that way, ’ a police Judge here locked up eight drunks. The judge says he’s out of pa tienee with men who won’t squeal on bootleggers. AMUSEMENTS. , W>VVS<<V^VVS^)V^ L mpmc Y&siifp 1 mm ■?* f •• - JR* TjWr Y' With Billy Richmond, Helen DeVer and Maurice Lamar |1 Redman & Wells MeriLees & Dona Mantelle&Wood Eg i LUGGIE HE PICARRO°TROUPE H 1 THREE BEUMONTS | |f M Christy Comedy—“ Save Me, Sadie” 61 Dancing in the Lyric’s Ball Room Afternoon and Evening ) WmM Cure for Leprosy Reported in Brazil MILAN, March 6.—A special cable gram‘to the II Tempo from Rio de Ja neiro, relates the discovery of a cure for _ Ik® s - 8 jjpJS 8 iQ ifjj'R jrf! Do y° u want to see all the Gewgaws and | m SbritfS B*B W n |bM tm W ■ Flxln's for the feminine form—some "regular” B gowns—Bizarre styles, and the last word In Don’t Miss the “Creole Fashion Plate” DELINEATOR OF SONG- AND FASHION Our Feminine Patrons Will Insist Upon Seeing This Newest Arbiter of Style, and the Men Will Go Out of Curiosity. FRANK J. CONROY Barto & Clark Blackface Comedian A Musical Oddity Spirits of 1920, With Irving O’Hay. '“COLUMBIA AND VICTOR” Just Returned to Vaudeville EDDIE BUZZELL&PEGGY PARKER Offering a Message of Good Cheer “A WILL AND A WAY” Espe & Dutton The Briants Topnotchers of Versatility Dreams of a Moving Man Elsie White&Co. Libby & Sparrow You’ll Be Surprised! Laughing Comedy Hit Get All the News in Film Form and the Funny Paragraphs in the KINOGRAMS AND LITERARY DIGEST TOPICS leprosy by which a number of patients lu the large leper asylum at Loundua, near Belem, Brazil, have been completely healed. This discovery is the result of many years of research by Dr. Chermont de Miranda,' a noted dermotologist of Belem City. It consists of a tincture ex tracted from a local plant known among the natives as “assacu.” This plant Is so poisonous that a •mall quantity of the extract would suf fice to kill a normal human being, but lepers con tolerate it. AMUSEMENTS. isiSliF ONE BLOCK SOUTH RIALTO LAST TIIVIES Today—Tomorrow 8-Big Features - 8 * —lncluding FRED LERENE <£. CO, The Electrical Wizard THE CURRENT OF FUN DALY, MACK & DALY LEIGH & LEGRACE SEDALIA & WILD TROPICAL EXPOSITION HARRY MASON & CO. SMASHING CAREER JUDSON COLE TOPICS OF THE DAY I Ladies’ Bargain Matinee | Every Mrs- Wed. & Frl. I 8 New Features —MONDAY— —lncluding THE BEST KNOWN MAN IN THE WORLD. JACK DEMPSEY DAREDEVIL JACK Pathe Million Dollar Attraction. ARTHUR OEMING’S MINSTRELS NOEL TROUPE Pep & Ginger La Rose & Adams Bits of Wit chasTsweet Musical Burglar STATES COMEDY FOUR LUND BROS, i Musical Comedy Stars AND OTHER FEATURES RIALTO VAUDEVILLE "..".C, Starting ‘C" Tomorrow DOUBLE FEATURE WEEK Madlaine Traverse —IN— “THE HELL SHIP” A Tale of Ocean Pirates and Love PEGGY"™ in “Black Shadows” Showing the Satanic Influ ence of an evil man over an innocent girl. 6-Big Acis-6 Including Three Country Maids Harmony Jazzapations CRANE FAMILY ACROBATIC NOVELTIEB Campbell & Sturgis CONEY ISLAND HOT-DOG Otto and Charlotte Cline SONGS AND DANCES 3 Musical Hewatfg Ladles get coupons at this theater good at the Broadway Mon., Wed. and Frl. matinees.