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STATE CHURCHES RAISE $1,519,377 Campaign Progress in Nation Is $115,000,000, Says Report. Indiana reported today a total of HA19.377 pledged to the Interchurch woild movement campaign. The total for the nation was $115,000,- 000, with Pennsylvania heading the list of states reporting. A meeting was held at the Chamber of Commerce at noon at which plans were completed for -the Class B cam paign, in which person* who are not church members and business concern* are included. The Marion county united campaign committee has sent a letter to business houaes calling attention to the fact that 15 per cent of the net income of any firm is exempt frm the excess profits and in come taxes, provided that amount is devoted to educational or religions work. The following committee has charge of the Marion county campaign: Harry E. Yockey, Charles \Y. Jewett. I)r. T. C. Howe, Frederick M. Ayres, James D. Lilly. Jesse C. Moore, Sam uel Ashby, John M. Feasey, Hiltou U. Brown, Edward Dirks, George H. Evans, Karl Hollingsworth, William J. Merrill. Dr. Charles H. Winders, Dr. C. E. Ba con. Dr. C. G. Baker and Dr. Joseph L. Stout. Among those present at the meeting were John L. Benedict, Frank Jordan. Walter T. White, Charles F. Cotfln. F. C. Williams, A. C. Wagoner, E. Wlshard, L. H. Van Briggle, C. C. Voorhls, L. K. Trueblood, J. H. Schultz, A. J. Randall. O. F. Shattu/k, Roy Sahru, Albert Sahm. W. D. Oakes, Fred Hoke, Dr. John B. Long, A. D. Hitz. Jease C. Mcore, J. M. Millner, H. W. Carey, E. F. Bloemker, C. W. Brooks F. M. Dtckerman. W. H. Remy, Mrs. Frank E. Cramer, Mrs. E. L. Crum. Mrs. William CuDer, Mrs. D. P. Darling, Mrs. Ellen Gerhart, Mrs. T. J. Gore, Mrs. Charles Mueller, Jesse C. Moore, Mrs. E. J. Rust, Mr*. E. C. Ru 9>ush. Mrs. Carl Reese, Mrs. Walter White, Mr*. E. L. Woodward and Mrs. George M. Weaver. PRIMARY RACE CLOSES TODAY (Continued From Page One.) against another and one race against another. “The excess profits tax is paralyzing the country. "We must remedy that and adopt a strong foreign trade policy. “It Is time to dispose of t*he treaty and the league of nations. “I sometimes refer to it as a child of American parentage, born while Its parents were abroad. “Now the child has returned to It* own land and Is learning the language of the Declaration of Independence and soon we may take it from our doorstep. “I am in favor of a rational tariff, both defensive and offensive, but that need not give us great concern Immedi ately.” General Wood denied being of a mili taristic bent and pointed to his recom mendation to congress for a standing army of 200.000 to 275,000 men, as against the administration's recommendation for 500,000. LOWDEN MANAGER CHARGES UNFAIRNESS Charging an attempt on the part of other candidates to attract votes from Gov. Frank O. Lowden unfairly, James S. Baldwin, Lowden's Indiana manager, made the following statement today: "In the closing days of the campaign it is apparent to all that strenuous ef forts are being made by the managers of one candidate to gather votes on the theory that a certain other candidate Is a menace, etc., etc. This is a direct at tempt to attract votes from Gov. Lowden. “It Is conceded by all who are famillas with the situation here that no candidate will obtain a majority in the primary and therefore, under the law, the delegates from this state will go uninstructed to the national convention and there vote as the best interests of the party seem to demand. “There are no other primaries in the country that can be influenced by tbe re sult in Indiana. Then why this effort? “Gov. Lowden'* friends are not alarmed . by any such tactics. “Hla campaign in this state has been conducted along dignified lines consistent with the high office to which he aspires. "We did not coipo here to dietyrb local conditions, but to get a genuine, honest expression of preference on the merits of our candidate, ns the law Implies, and with this we will be content.” MAYOR BARS CITY AUTOS IN ELECTION Mayor Jewett ordered today that no city automobiles should be uaed In pri mary election work tomorrow. The board of works, after receiving the statement from Mayor Jewett, directed Herbert Wasson, superintendent of the municipal garage, to permit no one to take any city automobile from the garage tomorrow except such as should be used In city business. The city hall will be closed all day. Births Robert and Rosa Hager, 712 Maxwell, boy. Harold adn Helen Cann. 310 North New Jersey, boy. Millard and Nettle Mlse, 104 Kansas, boy. John and Mary Grenat, 305 S. 'State, girl. Joseph and C'allle Stephens. 734 W. North, girl. Gustav and Irma Lichtslnn, 1256 Wright, girl. James and Birdie Weber, City hospital, boy. David and Blanche Esterline, 412 E. Morris, girl. William and Frances Dwyer, 1239 Shepard, girl. Edward and Carrie Hall, /City hospital, boy. Cecil and Lillian Dillon, 1136 Hoyt, girl. Ralph and Nellie Newby,‘3lo 8. Noble, boy. William and Della Ray, 1416 Yandes, kSirl. Merle and Hazel Roe, 835 S. New Jer gin. and Elsie Garrett. 403 Hamil ton. girl r Lawrence and Jesse Price, 2825 N. New Jersfy, girl. Lee and Ella Hunter. 423 Villa, boy. William and Fern Graves,- 421 Villa, boy. William and Ethel Klepher, 1130 S. East. girl. % G'-org and Tasla Recos, 20 North West. girl. Walter and Blanche Reauchamp, 10 N. | Jerterson, gril. Claude and. Florence Koontz, 234 X. , Noble, girl. “Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets'” Watch TONEK He’s the Winner % Advertisement. Main 2Sol for Primary Facts For the benefit of those voters de siring to know where to cast, their primary ballots, Thomas Carroll, who recently retired as a candidate for the democratic county chairmanship, has established an information bur Au. Voters seeking information may ob tain directions by calling Main 2851. Marriage Licenses George W. McKaln, 59, carpenter, and Rosezette Wasncr, 59, both of Terre Haute, Ind. William H. Fetter. 25, farmer, Clifford, Ind., and Georgia Henins, 22, 2640 Cor nell avenue. Homer T. Dearing, 22, chauffeur. 820 South Alabama street, and Edna Emly, 20, 2336 Northwestern avenue. Auxler E. Matthews, 26. manager of shoe store. Ft. Wayne. Ind., and Helene Sullivan, £2, 41 West Twenty-fourth street. William Rethmeyer. 54. miller. Cum berland, Ind., and Martha J. Dickerson, 45, 451 East Washington street. William Hutson, 50, Hoopeston, 111., and Mary E.Strawser, 54. 1509 North Illinois. Duncan McDonald, machinist. 121 West Aalabama street, and Daisy J. Holdcraft, 27, 431 East New York street. Rex Nash, 20, veterinarian, Cumber land, Ind., and Clarlbel Wiese. 25, music and art supervisor, Cumbarland, Ind. Homer Peters. 33, 1886 Quill street, and Clara Agle, 33, 730 North Illinois street. Bennie Lyons, 23, laborer, 1111 Lex ington avenue, and Levollor Grooms, 20, city. George Bailey, 22, laborer, 1430 North Capitol avenue and Mabel Ilausberry, 18, 443 West Fourteenth street. James H. Roberts, 22, machinist, 402 Bright street, and Mae E. SOhmldt, 21, 720 West New York street. Clarence Allison, 28, farmer. Bartholo mew ave®ue. and Carrie Walker, 36, 460 Arnold avenue. George Feidley, 45, clerk University Heights, and Lmallne Davis, 43, 626 Madison avenue. Frank M. Enyart, 48, mechanic, 1725 North Meridian street, and Vanda Llplu skl. 31. 1725 North Meridian street. ! Ora McCool, 38, mechanic, city, and | Cora Barnes, 40, S2B South Sheffield ave une. Joseph R. Gillespie, 48, salesman. 2610 I Indiana avenue, and Helen G. Schaefer, j 2l, 50 South LaSalle street. Herman Browning, 22, foreman, Frank lin, Ind., and Mary L. Powell. 19. city. Noah Bryant. 29 Tarmer, Clarksburg, lud., and Kosana Peas, 31, Cartersburg, ind. . Clarence Sprigman. 22. machine fitter, Wayne township, and Frances E. Bley, i 19, Drexel Gardens, Wayne township, j Jasper Davis. 48. 393 West Ohio street, I and Ivy Crawford, 38, artist, English i hotel. ! Pietro Avlgnone, 46 barber, 349 East Merrill street, and Rosa Gambarana, I 32, 734 Parkwav avenue. Ralph E. Bulley, 22, waiter. 871 Vir ginia avenue, and Nelle M. Mitchell, 19, 1861 Boulevard place. J. C. Dillenbeck, 50. traveling sales man, Chicago. 111., and Carolyn Cachcn berg, 28, Chicago. 111. Deaths John Wesner, 70, City hospital, chronic nephritis. Mary A. Brevoort, 70, 5702 Lowell cere bral hemorrhage. Myrtle I.amb, 31, 1116 Madison, pulmo nary tuberculosis James Corsaro, 47, 115 North Liberty, acute dilatation of heart. Isaac Bruce l’almer, 75, 1334 Keystone, mitral insufficiency. . . James K. Brown. 20, 1963 Alvord, lobar pneumonia. Mary Ellen Werner, 74. St. Vincent s hospital, septicemia. John Louis Wilson, 18, 2133 South East, nulmonarv tuberculosis. Marlon Sylvester, 68, 2310 West Morris, mitral Insufficiency. Michael Rohinius, 72, 3021 Ruckle, car cinoma. John W. Atherton. 10 months, 1826 North Capitol, acute dilatation of heart. Mary U Nixon. 8. 543 South Capitol, pulmonary tuberculosis. James W. Gibson, 11 months, 940 Had ley, broncho pneumonia. Calvin Washington, 22, 147 Gelsendorff, parenchymatous nephritis. Allen Judge Rasdall, 30 days. 12 South Forest. Broncho pneumonia. Xlarv Katherine Hoe, 4 month*. 2500 North'Pennsylvania, broncho pneumonia. Anna Ravencrnft, 88, 917 Beville, arterlo sclerosis. . . Betty Koonty, 1 day, 234 North Noble, broncho pneumonia. Melton Hays, 29, 407'-i North West, lo bar pneumonia. Melvin Eudally. 75. 1447 Cornell, acute dilatation of heart. Alice Scbelgert, 64, Xlethodist hospital, colonitis. Hood’s Sarsaparilla Makes Food Taste Good Creates an appetite, aids diges tion, purities the blood, promotes assimilation so as to secure full nutritive value of food, and to give strength to the whole system. Nearly 50 years’ phenomenal Bales tell the story of the remarka ble merit and success of Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It is just the medi cine you need this season. —Advertisement. HAAG’S CUT PRICE DRUGS NO MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT THESE PRICES Everything Fresh, Genuine, of the Purest and Best Quality. Prices Subject to Change Without Notice. Another Big Cut in the Price of Drugs. A SAMPLE OF DIFFERENCE IN REGULAR AND HAAG’S PRICES 25c Alcock's Porous Plasters I*° 75c Alophen Pills. 100 49c SI.OO Albolene Oil * 4 c 35c Analageslc Balm 29c 75c Analgaeslc Balm Bengue 59 SI.OO Aspirin Tablets, 100, 5 gr 45c 26c Bellans l® e 75c Bel la ns 890 25c Belladonna Plaster 150 SI.OO Bltro Phosphate 85c 25c Beeebam PITs 19*' 30e Borden's Esgle Milk, 2 for 480 30c Bell's Pine Tar and Honey 84c SI.OO Bliss Native Herb Tablets 74c 25c Burkhardt’s Veg. Tablets 19c 30c Bromo Seltzer 23c 60c Bromo Seltzer ...480 40 Castoria, Fletcher’s 29c $1.25 Cadomene Tablets 98c 35c Capudine 2o 25c Calomel Tablets, 100 any 51ze.,.100 50c Cascara Arotn. Sweet, 3 oz 25c 50c Cascara, Bitter, 3 oz 25c 50c Cascara Cathartic, Hinkle’s 24c 25c Celery Vesce •• 19c 50c C’elerv Vesce 89n 51.'70 Celery Vesce 7o 15c Carbolic Add 100 25c Carter's Little Idver Pills 19c 35c Corega 2c 50c Clayton’s Mange Rpmedy 38c 50c Clayton's Dog Remedies 88c 35c Castor Oil, Kellog's 23c 60c Castor Oil, Kellog's 3 50c Cutlcura Ointment 39c BOe Camphorated Oil 2c 50c Camphor Spirits 26c 75c Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer,... ,B9c $1.25 Newbro’s Herpiclde 89c 25c Colorlte, 12 Colors, each I9e HOT WATER BOTTLES, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES AND COMBINATIONS AT CUT PRICES HAAG’S Drug Store, 156 N. Illinois St., is only 6 doors north of Terminal Station HAAG’S DRUG STORE, 101 W. Washington St., is in the Point Room of the Lincoln Hotel. (The Flat Iron Building) HAAG’S DRUG STORES, 27 and 53 South Illinois St., are on the first square south of Wash ington St., on the way to 'the steam Uniou Depot. The other 3 stores are located at 114 North Pennsylvania St., 55 Virginia and 802 Massachusetts Ave., corner of College. NOT HUNTING HAUGH AND TOTS The whereabouts of J. Guy Haugh, who disappeared from the Indianapolis Or phans’ home Friday with his two chil dren, Roland and J. Guy Jr., remained a mystery today. i Officials of the Orphans’ home said they had heard nothing more of the chil dren who were last seen when they left the home for an automobile ride with their father. Mr. Haugh hpd not returned to the Haugh hotel, where he lives. So far as can be determined no of ficial attempt Is being made to locate the children. ' The police have refused to handle the case unless an affidavit is filed, and the Orphans’ home has taken no steps to bring about official action. Plumb Sees Rate Cut in His Railway Plan The Plumb plan for the operation of railroads will solve the Industrial prob lem by protecting capital by Increasing (be earning power of railway workers and by cutting down the cost of trans portation to the public, according to Glenn E. Plumb, originator of the plan, who spoke at a meeting In Tomlinson ball last night Mr. Plumb defined the plans as a ciusade rather than a political scheme and asserted that It did not originate in his own bralu but In the brains of £,000.009 railroad workers. J. K. Risk Able to Leave Sick Bed Special to The Times. LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 3.—-James K. Risk, democratic candidate for tbe nomi nation for governor, was able to leave his bed today for the Urst time In ten days. He has been suffering from a heavy j cold. In the Springtime It’s just at this time of the year that j need something takea from Nature o restore the vital force*. People get *ick because they go away irom Nature, and the only way to get well is to go back Something grows out of the ground in the form of vegetation to cure almost every ill Some of these vegetable growths are understood by man, and some are not. Animals, it i would seem, know what to do when they are sick better than men and women. Observers have noted that a sick horse, dog or cat will stop eating food and seek out some vegetable growth in the field or yard, which, when found and eaten, often restores appetite and health Haven’t you seen these animals do this very thing yourself? Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., long since found herbs and roots provided by Nature to overcome constipation, Itching, Scratching Skin Diseases That Burn Like Flames of Fire Here Is a Sensible Treatment That Gets Prompt Results. For real downright, harassing discomfort very few disorders can approach so-called skin disorders, such as Eczema, Tetter, Bolls, erup tions, scaly Irritations and similar skin troubles, notwithstanding the lavish use of salves, lotions, washes and other treatments applied exter nally to the irritated parts. No one ever heard of a person be ing afflicted with any form of skin disease whose blood was in good con dition. Therefore, it is but logical to conclude that the proper method of treatment for pimples, blotches, sores, boils, rough, red and scaly 35c Copabla and Cubeb Capaulea... .290 15c Corap. Licorice Powder toe B<>e Cnnthrox 490 00c Chase Blood and Nerve Tabs...49c 50c Denatured Alcohol, Qta 35e 35c Danderlne 29c 15c Diamond Dye, 10c, 3 for 26c 25c Delost's Headache Powder 19c 60c Doan's Kidney Pill* 46c 00c DeWitt's Kidney Pills/ 450 50c Drake's Croup Remedy :...39c Dean’s Liquid Smoke 25c Dioxogen 19c 50c Eatonlc B?,e 23c Edward's Olive Tablets I9r SI.OO Enos Fruit Salts 83c 51.30 Fellow's Comp. Syr. Hyp0...51.10 SI.OO Formaldehyde 74c 50c Formaldehyde Fumlgator 89c 35c Freezone for Corns 29c 85c Gets It for Corns 28c 75c Glycothanpliine 69c $1.50 Glycothanphine .*51.29 $1.30 Gray’s Glycerine Tonic 98c SI.OO Glycothymollne (V4>- 30c Glycothymollne 24c fide Glycothymollne 450 65c Glover's Mango Remedy 66c $1.25 Gudes IVptomangan 88c 33c Haarlem Oil Caps.. Tilly’s 29e 35c Haarlem Oil Caps. Gold Medal .29c $1.30 Hood’s Sarsaparilla 98c 23c Hill’s Cascara Quinine Tabs....l9c; 50c Hay's Hair Health 390 50c Horlick's Malted Milk 390 SI.OO Horlick's Malted Milk 690 $3.75 Horlick's Malted Milk *2.98 5c Imperial Granttm 590 $1.25 Imperial Granum 89c 35c Water Glass. Preserves Eggs....2So INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 3,1920. Former momers of the 160th Field artillery of the Rainbow division will be entertained at an Informal dance at Oriental lodge. Twenty-second street and Central avenue, Saturday evening by the ladies’ auxiliary of the Rainbow Cheer association. The Indiana BIU Posters’ association will hold its annual convention In Indi anapolis Monday and Tuesday, June 7 and 8. More than 200 persons are ex pected to attend. John B. Moore, highway commissioner of New York, spoke on “Ireland and the League of Nations” at a meeting at the Athenaeum last night under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. On Invitation of Harry TV. Ordway, grand orator of the supreme council of the Mystic Order of the Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted Realm, the official divan and members of Sahara Grotto will attend the pilgrimage ceremonial of Aryan Grotto at Chicago Wednesday* night. The annual thanksgiving services of the colored Knights of Pythias and Courts of Culantlie of Indianapolis were held in Tomlinson hall yesterday. The services were preceded by a parade. The annual banquet in connection with the Travelers’ Protective association con vention will be held la the lUley room of the Olaypool hotel. James H. Lowry, superintendent of parks, will address the Brookslde Civic league at Spades park branch library to morrow evening on “Home Decoration of the Lawn.” MEETIXGB. A state meeting of the protected Home circle will be held Thursday evening at the Clcle ball East and Michigan street*. i>srtc Mills Watkins post No. 162 American Legion will glee an informal dance Wednesday evening at the Odeon. The Sunday school of the Seventh and of these he selected Mayapple leaves of Aloe, root of Jalap, from them made little white sugar-coated pills, that he called Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellet*. You must understand that when your intestines are stopped up, poisons and decayed matter are im prisoned in our system and these are carried by the blood through your body. Thus does your* head ache, you get dizzy, you can’t sleep, your skin may break out, your appetite decline* you get tired and despondent. Asa matter of fact, you may get sick all over. Don’t you see how useless all this suffer ing is? All that is often needed is a dose of castor oil, or something which i* more pleasant, a few of Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets, which he ha* placed in all drug stores for your convenience and health. Try them by all means. They are proba bly the very thing you need. —rinht now skin, is to purify the blood and re move the tiny germs of pollution that break through and manifest their presence on the surface of the skin. People in all parts of the country have written us how they were com pletely rid of every trace of these dis orders by the use of S. 8. S„ the matchless, purely vegetable blood cleanser. S. 8. S. goes direct to the center of the blood supply, and strengthens and builds up the circu lation, giving a clear and ruddy complexion that indicates a healthy condition of the skin. Write today for free medical advice regarding your case. Address Swift Specific j Cos., 165 Swift Laboratory, Ga. —Advertisement. 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Blood Remedy 670 50c Stanolax 89 C 70c Sal Hepatica 49c $1.40 Sal Heptlca 89c $1.25 Tanlac 95c Presbyterian church will give a picnic supper at the church Wednesday evening. The district rally of the Queen Esther Circle will be held this evening at the Edwin Ray Methodist church. Dinner will he served at 6:30. A program will be rendered. The district convention of the Women’s Home Missionary society will be held at the Ed'wln Ray Methodist church Tues day. The Twe-in-One Sunday school class of the Seventh Presbyterian church Is to publish a monthly bulletin. The first is sue will be out this week. The Knights of St. Georg# will give e [reception at Bacred Heart hall Thursday evening. The ladles of St. Mary’s CathoMc church will eDtertain Wednesday after noon In St. Mary’s hall. The annual meeting and election of officers of the Boys’ Clnb association will be held in the Butler Memorial (building, Meridian street and Madison avenue, Thursday night.. Adams County Files Nine Road Petitions Nine petitions for approval of road bonds were filed today with the stato board of tax commissioners by the coun ty commissioners of Adams county. The following roads were Included in the list: Stapley road, $18,000; Fnhrer road, i $6,000; Bllderback road, $5,200; Welker ; road, $6,000; Yoder road, $9,500; Bol linger road, $5,000: Teeple road, $9,500: McClain road, $9,500, and Stucky road, SIO,OOO. Notice to Gas Consumers! Unless railroad conditions become less favorable, we hope to resnme nearly normal service Monday morning, May 3rd. It will be at least a month before coal supplies can be brought to normal. Therefore, the city’s gas supply will be in a precari ous condition during the whole month of May. This requires a universal effort on (he pari of Indianapolis gas consumers to conserve gas. Thoughtless or selfish action by a comparatively small number may bring the city to the danger point again. Few people real ize how nearly we were brought to a catastrophe. If conditions become theatening again, we shall again resume a system of ra tioning, but with a general effort to economize it will be possi ble to maintain satisfactory service. 4 Citizens Gas Company Will Your Name Appear in This Directory? t t INDIANAPOLIS | JULY, 1920 I Our Julyj 1920, Directory Will Close Advertising Copy Should Be Sent in at Once Indiana Eel! Telephone Cos. ®PHIL M. WATSON District Commercial Manager ORDER TIMBER WORKERS' STRIKE. RHINELANDER, W!s„ May 3.—An order issued from headquarter* of the Tea That Is ALL TEA EVERY CUP FULL OF STRENTH, FLAVOR AND FRAGRANCE ■MUMP REFUSE SUBSTITUTES—SEALED PACKETS ONLY UCVTCI DIIDITAiI AH the temforti •( hoaa. lIU I ELL rUlf II AN Absolutely fev-pwef. Rooms sl, $1.25 and $1.50 Corner Market and New Jereey •**. Weekly Rate ea AppHaeti**. International Timber Workers’ union here, order* 9,000 upper peninsula mem bers to strike today. A Little Talk V About the Month’B Best J Bargain Day Wednesday is the day when the dollar assumes the important role it played before prices hit the sky. Seasonable and desirable goods will be offered here at savings of one-fourth, one-third and one-half. A fact that we particu larly emphasize is that every item is backed by our usual guarantee of “Ab solute satisfaction or you>-% money back.” Do you know of another store in the city with so liberal a policy on sale goods? Do you think we could make a guarantee of this kind if there were anything ques tionable regarding the mer chandise we offer ? v See Tuesday** Papers for Full Details. floldsteirts >_——- - ■ r DECAYED TEETH Will Mm Itu Appearand* and Impair Yeur Health. let eur dental expert* make them sound and attractive so yea win re tain rear rood appearance and health. Oar charge* are reasonable and oar terms rosy to pay. New York Dentists 41 East Washington 204 SAKS BUILDING Mending TISSUE IFiffiTSS Ne wtn( or darning. Repair* ct'-lhlng, •11 k, satin, cotton good*, ribbons, fabrics of all kinds, kid gloves, mackintoshes, umbrellas. parasols, stockings, etc. Pack age postpaid. IS cents, two package*. 25 cents. Address PENN PUBLISHING ©O., BlalrrrUle. I*a.