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LOCAL SLAYER,
SERVING LIFE,
SEEKS PARDON
R. G. Detamore Says He Did
Not Kill Wife in 1914—She
Shot Herself, Claim.
MANY PLEAS COME UP
Roscoe G. Detamore, Indianapolis con
tracting carpenter, who was sentenced to
a life term in the Indiana state prison
for the murder of his wife, Hulda Deta
more, at their home on Thirty-seventh
street here in November, 1914, tiled a plea
for pardon with the state board of ,par
dons today.
Detamore alleges in a statement tnat
his wife committed suicide by shooting :
herself and that the episode so unnerved |
him that he seized the revolver and shot ,
himself. He was sentenced in the circuit
court of Hendricks county July 3, 191->- j
ANOTHER MI’RDER
CASE COMES CP.
The case of Dee Hart, who was con- j
victed In the circuit court of Lagrange :
county in May, 1913. of the murder of j
his wife and mother-in-law, will come be- ]
fore the March 13 meeting of the pardons
board. Hart is under sentence of life.
Other cases to be considered at the
board's next meeting are as follows.
John Jemison, Lake county, Sept. 5. |
1917, five to fourteen years, robbery,
Indiana reformatory. .
Clem Dunn, Marton county, March u,
1919. five to fourteen years, robbery,
[udt’ana reformatory.
Tilden Hughes, Gibson county, 1919,
two to fourteeen vears. assault and bat
terv with intent to kill, state prison.
Walter Maida, Lake county. May 27,
1919. one to fourteen years, grand lar
ce-nv Indiana reformatory.
Charles L. Mohler, Miami county, Oct.
13. 1917, five to fourteen years, robbery,
state prison.
Edward Norwood, Marion county,
Januarv, 1914, five to fourteen years,
robbery, state prison. _ . „
Henry Shafer, Gibson county. Oct. 3,
1919, one to eight years, petit larceny,
state prison.
Burless West. Warrick county, Novem
ber, 1919, involuntary manslaughter, In
diana reformatory.
Frank Humphreys, Noble county.
March 31, 1919, one to seven years, fail
ure to provide for children, state prison.
Bryan Shlvelv, Kosciusko county. May
£5, 1918, ten to twenty years for bur
glary, Indiana reformatory.
MANY SERVING
FOR BURGLARIES.
George Jonaa, Lake county, July 26.
1917, five to fourteen years, robbery, In
diana reformatory.
Arthur Williams. July, 1910, five to
fourteen years, robbery, Indiana reform
atory. . „
Frank Carter. Wayne county. Feb. ..9,
' 1919, two to fourteen years, burglary,
Indiana reformatory.
Antone Jones. Marion county, Feb. 3.
1919, five to fourteen years, robbery, In
diana reformatory.
Willis Goodman. Knox county. May
17, 1919, forgery, Indiana reformatory.
Frank McAdams. Clay county. May 19,
1919, two to fourteen years, burglary or
grand larceny. Indiana reformatory.
George ana James Barker, Marlon
county, March 8, 1919, five to fourteen
years, robbery, Indiana reformatory.
Charles Brunner. Shelby county, one to
eight years, petit larceny, state prison,
transferred to penal farm.
George Britton, Lake county. July 26.
MSktlfiA >Jr For rosy cheeks, happy 1
smiles ’ white teeth, good I
s/jW appetites and digestions.
fciW lts benefits are as GREAT 8
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ISSoIJNCOME
1919, one to fourteen years, grand
larceny, state prison.
Herbert Holley, Huntington county,
April, 1919, forgery, Indiana reformatory.
Francis Farlst, Huntington county,
forgery, two to fourteen years, Indiana
reformatory.
John H. Koehler, Allen county, June
24, 1917. two to twenty-one years, rape,
state prison.
Charles Thomas, Vanderburgh county,
April 10. 1910, five to fourteen years, rob
bery, Indiana reformatory.
Eugene Brown, Lake county. Sept. 5.
1917. five to fourteen years, robbery, state
prison.
Charles Meyer. Vanderburgh county,
March 5, 1918, five to fourteen years, rob
bery, Indiana reformatory.
William Pitts, Clark county, Dec. 6.
1915, twenty to thirty years, burglary,
Indiana reformatory.
Lee Ewing, Marion county, July, 1919,
AMERICAN
CENTRAL
LIFE
Home Office Monument Place
Indianapolis, Ind.
ESTABLISHED 1599
This Company has
$75,000,000.00
of paid for insurance in force.
The net assets are
$6,801,750.00
one to eight years, petit larceny, state
prison. „„„
Earl MeNlel, Green county. June, 1919,
assault and "battery with intent to kill,
two to fourteen years, Indiana re
formatory.
Morris Randall, Huntington county,
May 10, 1919, one to fourteen years, grand
larceny, Indiana reformatory.
Herman Keller, Howard county, March
3, 1919, two to fourteen years, burglary
and grand larceny, Indiana reformatory.
Senator Qualls. Marlon county, July,
1919, one to fourteen years, grand larceny,
Indiana reformatory,
George Hughes. Tippecanoe county,
March 13, 1914. one to eight years, petit
larceny, state prison.
CASES REOPENED.
Peter Meyer, Wells county, Nov. 19,
1917, two to fourteen years, forgery, In
diana reformatory. Suspension revoked
and man sent to prison July 9, 1918.
William I*. Dickerson, Putnam county,
June 18, 1919. two to fourteen years, as
sault and battery to kill, state prUon.
Emmet Lacy, Lake county, Jan. 4, 1919,
two to twenty-one years, rape, Indiana
reformatory.
George Swafford, Union county, June
27, 1918, two to twenty-one years, man
slaughter, state prison.
Two Victims of Wood
Alcohol and ‘Mule’
I.lghe Hood, 38, negro, 2065 Columbia
avenue, is in a critical conditidn today
at the city hospital, as the result of
drinking wood alcohol. Sam Sanders,
negro, 1133 Lewis street, is also in a
serious condition from drinking “white
mule.”
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1920.
NoC.O.D.’s
REMOVAL SALE
Sale Men’s and Young Men’s Suits
Up to $37.50 Values
f Double and single-breasted, with
or without belts. Special 'Wednes
s24.Bs
Men sand Young Men’s Suits
Up to S4O Values
All new, nifty models, in brown
green, blue and stripe materials.
$29.85
Men sand Young Mens Suits
Up to SSO Values
Double and single breasted mod
els ; with or without belts, in fancy
mixtures and plain colors. Spe
s3s.oo
Mens $27.50 Suits of Conservative Styles
Neat looking suits, newest patterns and ma- m h g/g
terials, In plain and fancy mixtures, per- I
feet tailoring and workmanship. Special jfi M I
Wednesday | g g
O A NTQ Go,n ou)
A A Below Cost
* 1.95, *2.95, *3.95
Get a couple of pair at least. You’ll not find such
materials and patterns again at these low prices.
39c MIEN’S CASHMERETTE
HOSE, fn gray, black Ift
and white, special IDG
75c MENS HEAVY WOOL
HOSE, in gray, bine Aft
and black, special wvv
$6.50 MEN’S SWEATERS,
”50 heavy Shaker knit sweat
ers, shawl and miiiftft ftP
tary collars, fciOD
$3.50 UNION SUITS, stan
dard fleece and sanitary
fleece, all sizes, A | ftp
strictly firsts V I vD
S2O Boys' Blue Serge Two -
Pant Suits
The Binart, distinctive kind that, particular boys
up to 18 years will like, made in the nifty belted ... fmjy o fyt
models, with full m mm /> -' A W
cut and full lined BE? J/j U VjT l*
knickers. Special-| g y
ly priced at TpL 1
$12.50 Boys’ New Spring fsjl Cajj
In all-wool cassimeres and tweeds in a pleasing
assortment of plain and fancy mixtures, waist- jf .fttT IT
line models, single Agft ■■■ mm M
or double breasted, f U C II
trousers full cut; M ■ *\m
7 to 16 years
$15.00 Boys' Wool Cassimere Suits tywg.M
Dependable good wearing fabrics, carefully tal- jkJL ’
lored, the kind of linings and other trimmings
that should go mm FIM
with good style Q| LB '""'"jUtT
and quality; Bto ’Mft ■ wm&Wmf?
17 years “
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 9 O’CLOCK
$1.50 MEN’S SHIRTS, stan
dard fleece and sanitary
fleece, strictly firsts, PQ
per garment 3 DC
$1.75 MEN’S SHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, fleece lined.
High Hock, Wilson Bros, and
Dr. Wright’s makes, special,
per gar- ft I 141
ment ▼ I ■ I fc2
85c MEN’S NECKWEAR,
fancy colors, all new
est styles, special “DC
Children’s DRESSES
$3.00 GIRLS’ GING
HAM DRESSES—This
sale Includes a special
purchase com blued
with a clearance of our
stocks; spe to M n
dally priced.
$3.50 GIRLS’ GING
HAM DRESSES A
fine assortment of neat
patterns In stripe and
plain ginghams; all
Bizes; spe- •*) AO
cial #4h.SO
$4.50 GIRLS’ GING
HAM DRESSES—“I
can’t make them my
self at th price,” that
Is the verdict of every
woman who sees these
pretty dresses, realiz
ing the soaring prices
of ginghams; see these
$3.50 CHILDREN’S
GINGHAM DRESSES
Many good looking,
practical styles; In
good grade gtnghnm;
plain and trimmed
1.49
$3.75 CHIIDR EN’S
GINGHAM DRESSES
—Mothers with girls to
clothe will find this an
opportunity for un
usual savings; neat
dresses; well £ i on
nmde; special# I 9 O
GIRLS’ PRETTY
DRESSES —ln pluk
and blue poplins; very
special values are of
fered in these smart
dresses; suitable for
school or dress wear:
all new patterns and
THE FAIR
>■’■; - - • "4
No
Charge
for
Alterations
407-417 WEST WASHINGTON STREET
Unusual Sale of Spring Dresses
SIB.OO and $20.00 Values A A
All Wool Jerseys. Serges , Satins 8
A really wonderful opportunity to secure ■ HJj pf§ II
superb new Spring Dresses. Choice of the ■
newest fabrics iu a delightful array of colors.
Special Sale of
New Spring DRESSES
$25.00 Values A4 F
Fashion \s tirst, fav- 1 ||||
orites for spring— mw
pertly individual and certainly most brilliant
and elaborate in their styling and, develop-
New Spring DRESSES i fljj fjk'M Wmji
$35.00 Values A4 A AA ff Ms ('JUgI HH
iatc .their heluty,
styling and graceful draperies without see- haA
ing them for yourself. Short sleeves and 1’
long sleeves. Sizes for both women and wmi\£rA 9
misses.
New Spring Suits
Exclusive But Popularly Priced
ifti * 35 00 Valaes $I A A A
JEM Bl Shape retaining suits for t B fILJg
W ‘“w* spring. The new and es- K wB ffr"m
*" fectlve suits for women and B nffg m
JP§|g| , misses are here in a large va- H fig
/ift F£St riet >" of youthful styles; dis
-11 || tinctive and exclusive suits. Yet the prices are very' popular. Plain tai-
Pdrat’ggfflored or embroidered suits in straight-line, belted or blouse models.
k I® A H Records Broken in This Sale of
| |lp| Women’s and Misses’ Spring SUITS
j t|D $40.00 Values £A A Q
g embroidery; splendidly lined;
remarkable values.
New Spring Coats
t2o vfj 2S un nil M
Women will welcome E 1110 ■Bj SUp
these coats as being ■ W W V jL
both attractive and
practical. Made in becoming new styles with fancy backs, JJj 9 +JjL \IV
belts and novelty pockets. Thoroughly practical for street, / n
motor traveling and general wear. / jfj Igfzp
Sale of New SPRING COATS
For Women and Misses H
S3SM Values $ J -J B|
With all the individ- I M gAft HHj
uality and style found E M 11 §2 H
in garments costing B j|| BteJp \
double the price, sure | V
to win instant favor at this low price. * ckM
Practical, serviceable garment in materials and workman- Rr
ship far superior to what a woman would begin to expect. • tr
SIOO French
Coney
Fur COATS
*4<p
substantial, well made
stylish coat, reduced to less
than cost price for quick
clearance.
Fur Collar
Coats
Formerly Priced S2O and
$25.00
$|()00
This special lot of wiuter
coats are offered Wednesday
at about half their real
value.
NO REFUNDS
Wednesday Cleanup of
Winter Coat a
and Dresses\
Values up to $12.50 \
SC.OO
Odds and ends of coats and
dresses that actually sold up
to $12.50. Real bargains for
Wednesday only.
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