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SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES S2OO TEACHER BONUS Lump Sum Increase to Be Given All Regular In structors Under Plan. Can Bring Lunch School board members may carry their lunch to future meetings. The bi-monthly sessions of the board recently have lasted from 8 p. in. to 1 a. m. or later and business has been left unfinished. President Crippln has suggested to board members that meetings start at f p. m., board, members bring their lunch and remain until they are fin ished. * V -> Final arrangements for paying teac.i crs of Indianapolis an Inc-ease of S2OO in salary for the present school year are complete today. E. U. GrafT, superintendent, presented to the school board last night a list ts those eligible to the increase, includ ing supervisors and assistant supervi sors, high school teachers, normal school teachers and directors of practice, build ing principals and assistant principals, elementary teachers, attendance officers and vocational teachers, full time. Those who will not be Included In the salary Increase are special directors, high school principals, normal srhoo, principals, supervising principals, clerks and stenographers, military department attaches, assistant teachers in high school and vocational teachers on part time. George C. Hitt, business director of the schools, asked the board to make some arrangements for salary adjustments among the employes of his office, and was authorised to compile recommenda tions for increases to be presented to the board at the next regular meeting. A letter was received by the board from the Indianapolis Teachers' Federation expressing gratitude for the action taken In regard to salary increases. A conference was held by the board with heirs of the Topp estate, who own property at Thirty-fourth and Meridian streets, where the board desires to pur chase a site for the proposed north side high school. The board made an offer of SBO,OOO for the purchase of a site on Thirty-fourth street from Pennsylvania to Meridian streets, which the owners did not care to offer in sale. Clarence E. Crippln, president of hte board, suggested that it was necessary for the board to take immediate action in obtaining the site and indicated that unless a satisfactory offer is made by the owners, condemnation proceedings will be Instituted. Owners of the property agreed to make some proposition to the board by next week. With an expenditure of $200,000 the en- [/ I gI p y 26 W. Washington Upholstered Fibre One-Fourth Off Ideal for Porch or Sunparlor This Rocker or Chair This Rocker or Chair to Match $12.85 ' to Match, $25.00 Our regular our price is $18.75 P nce iB $ 33 - 50 a rr K „ This is a most comfortable de- Avery attractive pattern The Blgn . Thg looge gedt cughion padded seat and both inside over springs, as well as outside and outside backs are covered and Inside backs are in a very in a good grade of cretonne. desirable cretonne. Other chairs, rockers, settees and day beds also marked down 25%. Deltox and Crex Rugs Long Wearing—Beautiful—Low Priced sanitary, eervice- X Other sizes are feet, o mab k wee u , fA V 5x9 feet and Bxlo feftt - RATTAN I A RUGS to match your Kaltex furniture—for sun parlor, bedroom or living room. The patterns cover a larger range of color effects than any other summer floor covering. Sizes 6x9, $13.50; These are 20% to 25% Less I his Week Bedroom Suites In ivory enamel finish. Six splendid 4-piece, 7-piece and 8-piece ivo-y suites are reduced 20 per cent this week. Choice of bow end or straight end beds in some suites. All are handsome new suites in several different period designs. A real opportunity to get a beau tiful suite at a saving. tire school system can be placed in a sat isfactory condition, according to a report submitted by L. P. Snider, building In spector. Mr. Snider recommended repairs on twenty-five schools at an estimated cost of SIO,OOO. Other necessary 'mprovements in the schools will cost approximately $288,416, according to recommendations made by Mr. Snider. The report submitted by the building advisor was turned over to a committee for consideration. - - W*OOD LOSES OHIO; GAINS NEW JERSEY (Continued From Page One.) running third and Herbert Hoover fourth. The vote: Harding. 75,457; Wood, 74,507; John son, 9,001; Hoover, 7,362. This vote U not binding on the dele gates and Is presumed to reflect personal desires of the voters. Gov. Cox had no opposition and took the entire forty-eight democrat delegates. A comps rath ely small number of democrat voters wrote In the names of Hoover, Bryan, McAdoo and others ou their ballots. Johnson's large written-ln vote sur prised the politicians. He got his votes largely in the In dustrial and railroad centers. HI JOHNSON SPEAKS AT RICHMOND TONIGHT The Indiana campaign of Senator Hiram W. Johnson, candidate for the republican nomination for the presidency, will re open tonight with a speech at Richmond by Senator Johnson and a speech here by Senator Borah. The Indianapolis meeting will be held In Tomlinson hall. Zell C. Swain, Johnson’s Indiana man ager, has announced the senator's Itiner ary as follows: Wednesday Evening—Richmond. Thursday—9:4s a. m.. Kokomo; noon, Lognnsport; night. South Bend. Friday—ll:4s a. m., Mlchlgun City; 7 p. m.. Hammond; B’AO p. m., Gary. Saturday—l:3o p. in., Terre Haute; 8 p m.. Indianapolis. Monday—lo a. m., Lafayette; 2 p. m„ Peru; 4:30 p. m., Wabash; 8 p. m., Marlon. All four of the republican candidates will be In Indiana by tonight. Gen. Wood resumed his tour at Ft. Wayne and Got. Lowden and Senator Harding also continued their tours. The results In yesterday's primaries, which were considered among the most crucial in the campaign, were more or less pleasing to everyone along "presi dential row" In the C’laypool hotel. HENRY SPA AN SPEAKS AT HAMILTON HALL Henry X. Spaan, candidate for the democratic nomination for congress in the Seventh district, was the principal speaker at a democratic meeting in Hamilton hall. Hamilton avenue and Washington street, last night. for every room in the home at Reduced Prices This Week We have selected all spring goods of which we have overstocks, due to the late season, and have marked them at prices that will move them quickly. These are all new. fresh, desirable goods. Pay part on any of these bargains and we will lay them away until you are ready for delivery. Buffets Fumed and golden oak Twenty-five beautiful patterns to choose from, all at 20 or 25 per cent off. All made of fine figured quartered oak, large substantial pieces that will grace any din ing room. At the prices of $65 to 9148 these are unusual values. thAtaylor CARPET CO. |p^|JN9Rp Mary Fenders, 449% West South street, who was reported to be missing yester day, returned to her home last night, the police were informed today. w classes in home hygiene, first aid and dlatetics will be started May 10 at the Red Cross teaching center, 413 Chamber of Commerce building, it was announced today by Miss Margaret Scott, director. The class will continue until July 1. The Woman’s Home and Foreign Mis sionary society of the Indianapolis Pres bytery, holding its forty-fifth annual convention at the Hopewell Presbyterian church, today discussed missionary work in China. Miss Mae Chapin, a returned missionary, spoke. Jacob 11. Hillcene, director of the fire prevention bureau, spoke last night it a meeting of the Lenox Improvement club, held In Omer Wisehart’s store, 2802 North LaSalle street. ••What Constitutes a Good Clttsen" will be the suibject of the ddress of Kebbl Morris M. Fenerlicht before members or the Chamber of Commerce, following the weekly membership luncheon, Friday, Members are urged to bring ladles to the luncheon, which will be served on the eighth floor of the Chamber building. The building committee of St. Mark’s Lutheran church are receiving bids for the construction of their proposed new church- The church will be built at Pros pect and Linden streets. Members of the South Side 44 Oman's club baTe started a movement favoring the erecction of a shelter house In Gar field pork and elevation of all the Belt railroad tracks on the south side. Edward Solomon, 1065 Harlan street, a painter. La dead today as a result of a fall of thirty feet while working yester day. His skull was fractured. Solomon lived but a few hour* after the accident. Dr. Frank A. Drayton, 380 Bankers Trust building, answered charges of operating a blind tiger and drunkenness in city court today, as the result of an alleged “party" held In his office. The blind tiger charge was dismissed and ••hargea of drunkenness, placed against Brayton and Karl Caster, landscape gardener, were continued Indefinitely. MEETINGS. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Talmud Torah will give a dance at the Communal Watch TONER He’s the Winner Spring Needs Spring Curtains Reduced Have yours ready when house cleaning is finished. Materials for every room, in wide variety, are re duced this week. Make up your curtains now and have them nice anti fresh when housecleaning is done. nr r!) / fiTrt— FANCY MARQUISETTE. 75c j *.' | j|| and 85c qualities, 38 Inches i |Li j| 0 U"| wide, drawnwork and hem- jl fjl I IU Sy stitched borders. Special. SBC | | ij j| Vi QUAKER CRAFT NET, Sax ’/ f \\ Njp ony and filet net, wide assort- f [ 111 ffl 8 ment of patterns, in white and / ' | H ! , ivory, some have dainty lace Ij 1 \ 65 j£|. edges, mostly $1.25 qualities. / L || | Special at. yard SI.OO f 'JL g| jy; CORONA CLOTH, a plain fab- 1 tie for overdrapertes. 45 inches j.'j® wide, can be split on any size Jw,., '1. ...T"*.t -$ window, in plain blue, brown, rose and mulberry. Special at, yard $2,115 FILET NET CURTAINS, plain centers, with dainty bor ders and overlock edges and scallop, 2Va yards long Spe cial. pair $2.05 Linoleum —$1.39 sq. yd. 12 feet wide—Covers the room in one piece. This splendid printed linoleum comes in many beautiful patterns, suitable for all rooms. Being 12 feet wide, if covers the average room 'without a seam, and makes a smooth, sanitary floor. This 'Vt~v week, $1.30 square yard. Jv/jy) if ! 1 Linoleum 12 Feet Universal Mop “ k 89c This mop is made of select long staple material and la thoroughly saturated with best grade of cedar oil. The long hardwood handle makes floor polishing easy. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28,1920. building, 17 West Morris street, Sunday ; night. A get-together meeting will be held Friday night by the Men's bible class of the East Tenth Street. M. E. church. Din ner will be served at 7 p. nr. The Christian Endeavor society of the Victory Memorial M. P. church will give a social at the church tonight. The first anniversary of the Episcopal church of the Advent will be celebrated tomorrow in the church parlors, North Meridian and Thirty-third streets. A carnival dance will be given at As sumption hall on Blaine avenue by the young ladies of Assumption parish. CORONER FAILS TO INVESTIGATE (Continued From Page One.) in between 4 p. m. and 5 p. m. and that both ambulances were out at the time, but that she turned the call over to the driver as soon as the first returned a few minutes later. Dr. R. J. Masters, who accompanied SPRING DEBILITY Loss of Appetite, That Tired Feeling and Sometimes Eruptions. - Thousands take Hood'e Sarsaparilla us their spring medicine for that tired feel ing, nervous weikuess. impure blood and testify It makes them feel better, eat and sleep better, and “makes food taste good." Spring debility Is a condition in which it is especially hard to combat disease germs, which invade the system, here, there aud everywhere. The white blood corpuscles, sometimes called “the lit tle soldiers in the blood," because it is their duty to fight disease germs, are too weak to do good service. llood's Sarsaparilla increases the “lit tle soldiers" and enables them to resist germs of grip. Influenza, fevers aud other ailments. It has stood tho lest of three generations, giving entire satisfaction. Get it today. If a laxative or cathartic Is needed, take Hood's Pills.-—Advertisement. 44 111 tUr 4 our Appoarauco n<l Impair Your Health. Let our dental expert! muke them sound and attractive so you will re tain your good appearanre and health. Our charge* are reasonable slid our terms easy to pay. New York Dentists 41 East Wahinflton Street 204 SAKB BUILDING Dining Room Suites Mahogany and Jacobean oak This beautiful suite may be bought in mahogany, with china closet, for 9444; without the china closet, $344. This suite in Jacobean oak, with <l6 inch buffet, china closet, 54-inch table and six chairs, with brown leather seats, is $437. These are “lifetime” suites at low prices. the ambulance, testified that he received the call at 7 p. m. or 7:30 p. in., and that the anib ilanre arrived at the house thirty minutes after ho received the call. Grace L. Xtreiig, 940 Albany street, at which address Dr. Cahal called the am bulance, testified the call was made at 4 :S0 p. m. Harry O. Strong of* the same address and Dr. Cahal himself made the same assertions. According to the statements of these three witnesses the ambulance did not arrive until three and one-half hours after it was called. These are ouly a few of the reasons why Robinson should ' not be renomi nated or re-elected. In the office of coroner he has re- Q/innouncement: WE ANNOUNCE the follow ing additions to the personnel of our organization: MARK E, HAMER Director Commercial Research Department * WILLIAM F. KEGLEY Copy Department B. WALLACE LEWIS Copy Department CARMEN L.THQMAS Ratfts, Data and Space Buying Mr. Hamer formerly 4jvas ar executive in the advertising department of the Nordyke o’ Marmon Company, also assistant purchasing agent of the Cityof Indianapolis. <J Mr.Kegley has successfully handled a number of national advertising campaigns and was formerly on the staff ofa Detroit advertising agenty. <J Mr. Lewis is a former newspaper man who has lately been associated with Senator Harry' S. New at Washington. C| Mr. Thomas comes to us from the national advertising division of the Indiana polls News,having been connected with the News for eleven years. SIDENER-VAN RIPER ADVERTISING CO. INDIANAPOLIS MERLE SIDENER GUERNSEY VAN RIPER HAL R. KEELING UfITCI ESIIJOITfIfcJ All the comforts #f horn*. HU l.bL rulf 1 S All Absolutely fire-proof. Rooms sl, $1.25 and $1.50 Corner Market and New Jersey Sts. Weakly Rata on Application. Snappiest Spring Styles—Men and Women Confidential Credit You want smart Spring Clothes — then why not get them right now, at Mentor’s, where your promise to pay equals cash. Do not hesitate— Menter invites you —wants every man and woman, mar ried or single, to open a charge ac count —no extra charge for credit —welcome. BOYS’ SUITS $lO to S2O GIRLS* 111 South Illinois Street ftAATQ 3d Door South of Maryland St. Open Saturday Night Until 9. UUM I V We gladly open account* with out-of-town customer*. peatedly endeavored to prevent the facts surrounding deaths to become known to the public. Especially has this been true whpn these facts touched-on some'misconduct of some person, or reflected on the ad • ministration of which he was a part or on some member of the medical pro fession. The coroner is clothed with the abil ity to prevent a whitewash of any In cidents connected with the death by violence of any one In .Marion county. He can either protect or expose. Heretofore the coroner’s office has been filled by men who were intent on seeing that Justice was administered lu cases where neglect or criminal acts have resulted or contributed to death. A m IVT HP r* PJ O On S3O purchase, pay $2.00 down and $2.00 a week. IVi r. IN I r* K Should von desire to open an account of 50 70. * v ky 1()0 or 15() dollars the most generous terms will be TCDiiflO cheerfully arranged. On a sls purchase, SI.OO I P„|\ down and *I.OO a week. The first payment sa * , he o l othe3 . We Do As We Advertise mm mam m m amm mam mm MENTERi fioldsteirfs Only Four Days More —Our 11th Anniversary Sale A Seven Day Wonderful Bargain Event s u rr" 7 New Spring Coats I *19.75 J ) Regularly $25.00 and $30.00 Pol ° clotb * silvertone - Jerseys, gold ■Mlii ‘ 1 ■ tones and mixtures, in three-quar -1; ter and full length models. Some |M I |jj i are * ull lined, convertible collars, —v"Tf~ 1 * -4!! /U large pockets and belts. The new Ljjj colorings, distinctive, styling and m tvj&l fine workmanship distinguish these Vt\ - J/LvA coats as the best value we have At offered. Special at $19'.70. Anniversary Sale of Women’s and Misses’ Spring Suits at 0:0 Formerly $50.00 Tailleurs of superior tricotine, silvertone, serge, velour and velour check, bearing the stamp of perfect tailoring and the cor rect handling of detail, typical of higher priced models, braid, embroidery and button-trimmed, plain tailored and semi-dress styles; navy, Copen, tan and checks; sizes up to 44. —Goldstein’s, Second Floor. For Thursday in Our Millinery Section An Anniversary Sale Bargain Planned to Your Great Profit 1 25 Trimmed Hats IN TWO LOTS Thnrs- Thurs day *3 day Splendid Values at These Low Prices. Fashion and value go hand in hand. The styles show for themselves; the patterns Include flower, ribbon and fruit trimmed hats, made of straws of all nature—roll brim, mush rooms. chin-chins, Mitzie sailors, turbans, etc., in all the desired new shapes and colorings. Anniversary sale price, $1.65 and $2.65. —Goldstein’s, Third Floor. MEN’S SUITS also niftiest of young men’s models $35 to $75 WOMEN'S SUITS $35 to $l2O DRESSES COATS BLOUSES MILLINERY The finest of New York styles as illus trated above. Customers are treated a* friends and every courtesy is ex tended to them — when you make your first pur chase at Menter’s you feel at home right away —we are here to treat you right.