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50 REDS FORCE ILLINOIS STRIKE State Troops Control Situation in Kewanee District. KEWANEE. 111. April 16.—District Attorney Clyne of Chicago today was expected to make charges that bolshe vik! -were behind the walkout of workers here. Edward Johnson, president of the Ke wanee association of commerce, wired Clyne stating the strike was fomented by fifty radicals who intimidated the workers. State troops, sent here when rioting broke out Tuesday, continued to control the situation quietly today. So far there has been no trouble. Strikers assembling in small crowds to discuss the situation dispersed on command without argument. Machine guns have been posted at the principal points of the town. The strikers are seeking increased w4ges. Rotary Clubs to Aid in Americanizaton A committee composed of Frederick F. Matson, Indianapolis; George H. Clark, Winchester, and Karl A. Oesterle, Muncie, has been appointed by Charles E. Wat kins. Muncie, district governor of the Rotary clubs, to co-operate with the state board of education in establishing an Americanization program for the schools, according to announcement made by L. X. Hines, state superintendent of public instruction. MAKE SANITY REPORT TOMORROW. A commission of doctors appointed by Judge Collins of the criminal court to examine Francis Marion White, 18, and report on the boy’s sanity, will report to the court tomorow. I CLOTHING ON CREDIT I If you have not purchased your spring clothes, I buy them here. MEN’S Or WOMEN'S Suits and Cott!>Suits ,Bd Dresses lH| $35 gTso up j m Trousers Skirts I 1 1 Vr u “andm 6 and Blouses | fm nk terials to se- varied stock < I B m lectfrom ~ of splendid l/JX ; $$ f' n values— f L <P> Up $7.50 up EOYS’ QUITS —We have all the latest styles In Boys’ Clothing for I the season. Suits that will certainly give n rrt it I satisfactory wear pi4iOU '■'P I /"""" ' "" 1 1 - *\ i I Eighteen years of “Square Dealing’’ have made the People’s the largest store of its kind in the city. Walk a Little Farther and Save the Difference. i~ > | ; 434-436 West Washington St. j HOne and One-Half Squares West of StatehouseF'-- || Rugs of All Sizes at Special Prices || cB 9x12 Wool and ctuall y the ] ar S est and of floor coverin S? in f his P art ° f ‘Jf f' 1 ”- 27x54 Hit and * j Fiber Ru?” try, pattern suspended before your gaze on great swinging racks that dis * ’ play the complete rug and permit comparison of a number of patterns at the Miss Rag , ; 510.75 same time. Rugs, ( SI 65 9x12 Beacon 6x9 Waterproof Rug, beautiful linoleum patterns with border ...$6.65 “| ug s ' - w Sanita 7 f 9x12 Axmin- 4 * 'sf *TI /TVTVaJw * Hi* Ilf Coverings, #|f I Washington and Capitol Avenue. Sommer? Corner * r, , * . "; V i . t Autoist Seriously Hurt by Passing Car Gordon Eoff, 30, of New Bethel, is in a serious condition today at tbe St. Fran cis hospital, Beech Grove, as the result of injuries received Thursday night when he was struck by an automobile. Eoft had stopped his car and was re pairing it, when another, driven at high speed, south on Emerson avenue, near the Michigan road, hit him. The driver failed to stop, but later Eoff was found by passing autoists and taken to tbe St. Francis hospital. “DANDERiNE" Stops Hair Coming Oat; Doubles Its Beauty. A few cents buy* “Daaderl.ne.” Aftel •n application of “Danderin*’’ you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new Jtfe, vigor, brightness, more color and thickness.— Advertisement. Oxfords Black kid a g\ SSIWSt 4> M % tary or Af #9 ® French # 1 heels. An unusual Jl, value — KISTNER’S DAVENPORTS AND ROCKERS Buy Where You Buy Best Golden and fumed oak davenports, 965 to S9O -and famed oak leather stated rockers. 915 to *25. Leather upholstered rockers, $32 to $45. Now Is tbe time for Cocoa door mats. Special, 98C THE Albert Hutchison STORE 312-314 Virginia Ave. Pros. s*l. Auto *4-560 Will Mar Your Appearance ami Impair Your llraith. our dental expert* make them •ouiul and attractive no you will re tain Tour good appearance and health. Our charge* are reanouaM* and onr term* ey to pay. New York Dentists 41 East Washington Street 204 SAKS BUILDING Use This Once a Week Have Pretty Pearly Teeth No matter what tooth powder, paste •nr cream is used, nor how often used, at best it can only pnrtlallv remove planum and stains from the te**th. The proof of this ass-rtion is the necessity of freijuent visits to the dentist for an extra cleans ing and polishing. Hence the need of some home treatment that la simple, efficacious and harmless. After much ex perhneiUlng with the different grift* and polishes an Ideal combination has been worked out by a dentist of many years' experience. He has called It “Once a-week Tooth Polish." The use of this product. In addition to whatever dentifrice Is used, keeps tho teeth perfectly free from slimy plaques and discoloration. Anyone who procures a package of Once-a-Week Tooth Pollah from the druggist and use* aa directed will not only keep the teeth sparkling wbt!* s and beautiful, but will prevent tooth au<l gum troubles and dentists' bills.—Advertisement. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. WilEßt IS THE SLUBBERDIGULLION 810 ASKED THIS HOESTIOH? NOT m INDIANAPOLIS THAT’S CERTAIN How can they do It? , How is it possible for them to sell on such exceptionally terms? This is the question thousands of people used to ask about the Menter Cos. Where is the jobbernowl who will ask such a question today? He is not a Menter customer —you can bet money on that. Menter's terms of credit to all buyers of men’s and women’s clothing are made extremely liberal. Because—Menter believes in the honesty of the people. Abraham Lincoln, the greatest commoner of them ail, once said; “The Lord must love the common people—He made so many of them.” And the people whom Lincoln loved and placed his faith in are just as honest, just as capable and just as trustworthy today as they were in Lincoln’s time. Anyone can sell on credit if they have faith in the people. The Menter idea, however, goes much further. Menter believes in selling clothing on generous terms of payment without charging extra for the credit accommodation. That is why the man or woman who pays $2.00 Down and $2.00 a Week for a thirty dollar garment does not pay one penny more for that gar ment than the person who lays down S3O in cash. There is only one w’ay that any concern extending generous credit terms can meet the prices of the fellow’ who demands —and gets—spot cash. And that is volume of business. Not just volume or large volume or big volume. But tremendous volume. A volume so gigantic that the ordinary shop-keeper can not possibly conceive its greatness. And that is just where Menter comes in. A mammoth volume of business. Forty-two stores "in 42 cities selling men’s and women’s clothing to tens of thousands of people every month. Forty-two stores in such cities as New York. Brooklyn, Newark, Cleve land, Buffalo, Rochester. Kansas City, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Toledo, Syracuse, Utica, Louisville and other smaller cities. Forty-two stores —With a main office in New York with experienced chief executives keenly alive to the needs of the people whom they serve. With a New York ofiice where the most alert and ablest buyers are over scouring the world's biggest! clothing market for the best values. No wonder Menter’s prices meet the lowest in the city and meet them without any unusual exertion. Then again; what reason can there possibly be why Menter cannot give to every customer in every one of these 42 cities the classiest of stylish garments? Our buyers don't travel to market just once in a while. They are there all the time. Even with the colossal volume of business Menter now does, please bear in mind that Menter would do a much greater volume were it not for this one outstanding fact; A whole lot of people are go timid that they are afraid to visit any store that sells on credit. They seem to think they are asking for a favor—that while Menter trusts thousands of people every week they themselves might not be able to open an account. They don't know and It’s hard to make them believe that they are just as welcome at Menter's a:- if they had a thousand dollars in their clothes. They do not stop to think that it is Menter's business to give credit and that Menter loves the business People come to the Menter store just as they go to any cash store. They walk In, ask to see a suit —choose the suit they want—say to the courteous salesperson— “l'll take this one,"—and that's all there is to it. It's only a matter of a minute for the terms to he arranged—because Menter's idea of terms is the most generous that can be conceived. Now, please don't think for one minute that beenuso Menter sells on generous terms of credit that only ordinary clothes are offered. Thousands of high-salaried people who want only the best are patrons of this friendly store. They find it easy to get the choicest of stylish wearing apparel bv di viding their payments over a period of say three months They get better clothes and are better satisfied, for they don't have to draw money from the bank or save up for weeks to pay all in one lump. They frankly state that by paying a small sum weekly, every two weeks, or monthly as they get. paid, that they hardly miss the money. And are always correctly and stylishly dressed. With a Menter store In this city why should any man or woman, mar ried or single, wait a day longer before buying fashionable Spring clothing? Remember that Menter has clothes to fit all purses. Indies’ suits for instance at $35 up to $125. And men’s suits from S4O up to SBS. All good dependable clothes that Menter stands back •of. Clothes that you will bo proud to wear—clothes that your friends will admire—clothes that will put a satisfied look on your face when you wear them. You who are reading this notice~r>ou want smart Spring clothes. Then why lay down the cash for them when you do not gain anything by so doing? Menter does not charge extra for credit—cash or credit, the prices are exactly the same. So visit Menter for Spring clothes -you are cordially invited. The Menter store is located at 111 South Illinois street. Thiif! door south of Maryland street. Open Saturday night until 9. We gladly open accounts with out-of town customers. Advertisement. READ “FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES” IN TIMES Owing to tbe me m 0 a Saturday ’ m Goldsteins s relied to out . fg , , |ij j]ii jlmjTumb Notion Ba!e dawn our o<i & Vgjg fffit kVY;iff) ” 1777 ■B MJ Goldstein’s, verf lubg to ri ll r iwmi ll hii Main Floor* a minimum ——- in !■ ■'■■■■■ ■' ' ' ■— df STORE HOURS—Daily. 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. STORE HOURS —Saturday, 8:30 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. We Are Offering Two Groups of New Spring Blouses —that will appeal to Saturday shoppers—offering an op portunity to buy at a saving that blouse to ‘ ‘ go with ’ ’ your new spring suit. , ft- Blouses $5 Blouses $lO 1 Fashioned of extra good Models of georgette crepe ’ JBroißi fief: in flesh, tea rose, bisque and .y quality georgette crepe white. For trim, these blouses ■*' /fi* in colors of navy, brown, favor Egyptian yarn and silk ' UUiulUll u) 1 embroidery, with perhaps a V'rjU llj bisque, sand, flesh and w’hite, row of tiny buttons at the I V iff with embroidery trimming, or co^ar a splendid as \\ VI 1 * sortment for your selection. long sleeve styles. —Golstein’e—Third Floor. Undermuslin Savings Chemise, 93c to $2.75 Made of muslin and batiste, many pretty lace and embroid ery trimmed models, also plain tailoredfityles, built-up shoulder or camisole top, in flesh or white, sizes 38 to 44. Muslin Gowns, 98c to $1.98 In slipover style, lace and emhroldery trimmed, flesh or white, sizes 18 and 17. Muslin Petticoats, $1.25 to $2.98 lAce and embroidery trim med, of good quality muslin, sizes 36 to 40. —Goldstein's —Third Floor. Girls’ Gingham Dresses, $2.49 up to $7.50 Including gay colored plaids trimmed In contrasting colors of plain gingham, and plain glnghama trimmed In plaids— about a doxeu styles to choose from. A few models show touches of hand work ; skirts are full, either gathered or platted; made in colors of blue, pink, buff, green and tan; sizes ranging from 8 to 14. Girls' Spring Sport COATS, $11.75 and $27.50 New short sport coats for girls, ages S to 14, ill green, Pekin, tan, brown, rookie. Copen and raspberry; belted models, with pockets: priced from SI 1.75 to 527.50. —Goldstein's. Second Floor. NOTICE TO GAS CONSUMERS There has been no material change in the gas situation during the past 48 hours. A few cars of coal and oil were received yesterday, but not suffi cient to improve conditions to any great extent, while embargoes against In dianapolis on our principal coal roads make future prospects more gloomy than they have been heretofore. We have been able to do no more than main tain gas stocks by our system of fair pressure during cooking hours and a fuinimum pressure at other times. A slight change will be made in the hours of better supply so that they will be as follows 5:30 to 7:30 A.M. II A.M. to I P.M. 5 to 7 P.M. The reason for the change in the early period is the request of many workmen for a supply of gas for earlier breakfast. The hours first established by us are those desired by the greatest number of consumers, but since some must have an early breakfast in order to get to work in time, and those who are accustomed to later breakfasts can change to an earlier time during this emergency, it has seemed reasonable to make the change indicated. To gas consumrs who are disappointed because they can not get gas for heating, we are able to report that the railroads are still able to move coke to most of the coal yards of the city. Up to the present time there has been no shortage of fuel for domestic purposes. CITIZENS GAS COMPANY Good Union Suits, 65c Women’s light weight knitted cotton union suits, low neck and sleeveless, wide knee with lace edge or tight knee. Regular and extra large sizes at €s£ a suit. Women’s union suits with glove silk tops, bodice style with silk rib bon shoulder straps, reg ular and extra sizes, at $1.75 a suit Women’s light weight white cotton vests and pants; vests with long, elbow or no sleeves, knee or ankle length pants; reg ular and extra large sizes, 49<? and si>o a garment. Children’s combination underwaist union suits of ribbed white cotton, rein forced over shoulders, ages 2 to 12. 75<* a suit. Boys' athletic style union suits of checked white nainsook, sleeveless, knee length, elastic web seam at waist, 85$ a suit Cialdoteln’*—Main Floor. THE ANNEX (Open Saturday Until 9 p. m.) Men’s Shirts, $2.50 Made of excellent grade woven thread madras, neckband and French cuff style, splendid assortment of patterns, includ ing the popular "candy stripe.” Special Saturday at 52.50. Men’s Athletic Union Suits, $1.35 Full cut garments, made of striped and checked madras sizes 34 to 46, $1.75 quality, 91.35 a suit. —Goldstein's Annex Main Floor. Saturday Economies Cretonne* —24 inches wide, in attractive patterns and col ors. suitable for upholstering, slip covers, etc.; 25c a yard. Muslin Avery fim and serviceable quality, es pecialb suitable for undergar meuts, on sale 34c a yard Pillow Cases- Hemstitched, size 45x36, of good quality muslin, a splendid value at 554* each. —Goldstein’s—Main. Floor. Saturday in Onr Shoe Section Women’s Oxfords, $4.95 Black and brown calf kid lace oxfords, in high or mili tary heel, light soles. Special for Saturday $4.95 a- pair. \ Women’s White Can vas Oxfords, $2.85 White canvas lace oxfords with high or military covered heels, turned soles, sizes to 8. also white pumps, priced Saturday at $2.85 a pair. Infants’ Pumps, $2.19 Infants’ colonial pumps, neat turned soles with a little heel, made of patent colt; sizes 4 to 8, $2.19 a pair. -go. ostein's —Main Floor. Women’s Neckwear, 98c ( —Beautiful new Spring neck wear, many dainty affair* that add so much to the ap pearance of the new costumes. We are featuring for Satur day organdie, lace and net vektees in white and colors, at 98c. Women’s Umbrellas $3.75 Each —Women’s 28-incJi union taf eta umbrellas, Paragon frame and ivory tip. Rakalite Ring handle; 'splendid values at $3.75 each. Silk Bags, $5.98 —Moire silk bags, with blue bird beaded top; fitted with Urge mirror; regular $7.50 value; special, $5.98 each. Leather Bags, $2,75 —All leather camera hand bags, black or colored; fitted with inside pocket and mir ror; $2.75 each. —djQldstein’s, Main Floor.