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$4,000 CHURCH DEBT EFFACED Centenary Congregation Wit nesses Burning of Mortgage. The Centenary church, Elexentb and Oxford streets, Is free of debt today for j the first time since 1912, when the pres- j ent church building was erected. A mortgage of $4,000 was burned at the j morning service yesterday. It had been paid by subscriptions of church members made last October. • Homer J. Wilkinson, treasurer of the church, burned tbe paper and Bev. Charles Linn Pyatt, pastor, recited the history of the church's struggles since | its organization in 1908. DECLARES CHURCH CURE FOR RADICALISM. Kev. Christian Reisner. New York, chair man of committee on church advertising of the National Association of Adver tising Clubs, declared in a sermon at i the Central Avenue M. E. church yester- ; day that the cure for social unrest and | radical agitation lies in the church. j Illustrating his point. Rev. Mr. Reis- j ner told of a New York church allowing i a group of radicals to hold meetings tn ; its building after they had been do- j barred from other buildings of the city. The men, ail of them foreigners, felt j grateful to the church and many of ; them began attending services there. | CALLS CHRISTIANITY SOCIAL RELIGION. Today twenty-one of them are church members and five are studying for the j ministry. “Christianity Is a social religion and we must get our Christian philosophy of life into our minds and into our Sunday schools,” Miss Mary E. McDowell, head of the 'University of Chicago settlement, declared in a speech at the eleventh an nual rally of Marion county women’s Bible classes In Roberts Park M. E. church yesterday. Mrs. T. W. Grafton presided at the rally and Mrs. J. W. House had charge of devotional exercises. NAMED DELEGATES TO ZION SESSION Abraham Goldstein, Rabbi Samuel Levine, P. HirshiTitz and Dr. Arthur Rose will attend the national convention of the Zionist organization In New York City, May 9, as representatives of the Indianapolis district. The restoration of Palestine will be discussed at the convention and the cam paign for $19,000,000. America’s quota of the international Palestine fund, will be considered. Michigan U. Speaker t° Be Heard Here Prof. Alfred Scott Warthin of the University of Michigan and Dean Ellas P. Lyon of the University of Minnesota will speak Wednesday afternoon in the Claypool hotel at the opening session of the Indiana university centennial eduea- i tional conference, it was announced to- ] day. Educators from all parts of the country j will take part in the conference, more! than 150 delegates having been named. It will be held In Indianapolis on Wednesday and in Bloomington on Thursday and Friday. Samuel M. Ralston, former governor, will speak at Bloomington on “The Thomas Jefferson Theory of Education by States," and Evans Woollen of this city will talk on “The State University and Its Service to tbe People.” Labor Day Program Already Under Way Organized labor started formulating plans for Labor day by electing the Marion county labor day committee and calling a meeting for Miy 16 to elect all other committees for the Labor day celebration. Omar G. Smith, Carpenters’ Local No. 75. was elected president of the Labor day committee yesterday at the Labor temple. Other elected were: John Hukrlede, Molders union No. 56, vice president; Jo seph T. Koiles, Pressmen's union No. 17, recording secretary; Howard Roberts, Iron Workers, financial secretary; Henry Freedman, Retail Clerks union No. 1, treasurer; Harry Thomas, Electrical Workers’ union No. 481, sergeant at arms. See The Poisons In Yonr Blood Mighty Poisons Accumulated Through the Winter Months Mean Disaster and Disease. Says Rid the System With Sot pherb Tablets Easily. Springtime always brings with It Joy and distress. The distress la to ths form of catarrh, neuralgia, rbeomatie pains. coßftlpattern, Inactive kidneys and usually a feverish, sluggish lethargy that la hard to throw off. Do yon remember how grandmother fed you sulphur and tnolaasea every spring to purify tbe blood? It was a good, old-fashioned, but naoeeooa remedy. Now you can take sulphur, cream of tartar and hertie In tablet ftrn, A better remedy, easy and pleasant to take Is Sulpherb Tablets. Bold by all druggists. A laxative, blood purifier of unequalled merit for those who are coa- Pttpated and suffering to any way from such pent-up poisons. Each package Is guaranteed to give wonderfully satisfac tory results Be sure yon get Bulpherb Tablets (not sulphur tablets).—Adver tisement. Uric Acid Treatment 75c Bottle (32 doses) FREE Just because you start the day worried and tired, with aching head, burning and bearing down pains in the back— worn out before the day begins — do not think you have to stay In that condition. Be strong and well. Get rid of the pains, stiff Joints, sore muscles, rheu matic suffering, aching back or kidney trouble caused by Acids. Get more sleep. If your rest is broken half a dozen times a night, you will ap preciate the comfort and strength this treatment gives. Rheumatism, kidney and bladder trou bles, and all other ailments due to ex cessive acid, no matter how chronic or stubborn, yield to The Williams Treat meat. Send this notice and 19 cents to pay pert cost of postage, packing, etc., to The Dr. D. A. Williams t’.. . s P. . Bldg., East Hampton. Conn. You will I receive a 75c bottle (32 doses) free, by j parcel jpost. No further obligation on j ■ •*.r pan. Only one free bottle to any i feuily or addrMw—Advertisement. ' I ORGAN RECITALS DAILY FEATURE Public Invited to Noon-Day Series Throughout May. The first of a series of noonday organ recitals to be giveD at the Christ church. Monument circle, during the noon hour each day this month, was held today. A program for the recitals has been arranged under auspices of the park board, the school board and the com munity service. At the close of the May programs re citals will be held every Friday until September, when another month’s pro gram will be given. All recitals are open to the public. Charles Hansen, blind organist of the Second Presbyterian church, gave recitals MOTHER! “California Syrup of Figs” Child’s Best Laxative Accept “California’* Syrup of Figs only —look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for *he little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say “California."—Advertisement. 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The following selections were offered today: Grand March, “Alda” (Verdi), ‘On Wings of Music” (Mendelssohn), “Cantalene Pastoral in B Minor” (Guil mant), “The Familiar Largo (Handel). Tuesday’s program is: “Morning Mood (Gregg), “In Summer” (Stebbins), “Minuet Salome,” “Madrigal" (SUnonette), “March Fantasia” (Borzial), “Improvisa tions,” In familiar hymn tune. STAR WITNESSES DISAPPEAR. CHICAGO, May 3.—Tony Fusco and Tony Cifnldo, star state witnesses in the trials of Big Tim Murphy and other la- Doctors Recmmend Bon-Opto for the Eyes Physicians and eye specialists pre scribe Bon-Opto as a safe home rem edy in the treatment of eye troubles and to strengthen eyesight. Sold under money refund guarantee by all druggists.—Advertisement. CUT THIS OUT —IT IS WORTH MONEY Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Cos., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your namo and address clearly. You will receive In return a trial package containing Foley’s Honey and Tar, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills for pain In sides and back; rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foloy Cathartic Tablets, a whole some and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation, biliousness, headache, and sluggish bowels.—Advertisement. After you eat —always use E ATONIC (Tor your stomach's sake") —one or two tablets—eat like candy. Ins tan tly relieves H eart burn .Bloated Gassy Feeling. Stops indigestion, food souring, repeating, headacheand the many miseries caused by Acid-Stomach EATONIC is the best remedy, it takes the harmful acids and gases right out of the body and, of course, you get well. Tens of thousands wonderfully benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded by your own drug gist. Cost a trifle. Please try it 1 Clocks Mahogany Boudoir or Desk Clock, radium dial Mahogany Boudoir or Desk Clock, white dial. Silverware Rogers, 1847, and Wm. 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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 3,1920. bor leaders charged with the murder of j “Moss” Enright, here two months ago, ] were missing today. . Special — ACTORS* show WEDNESDAY, MAY sth SAY! Imagine actors doing special “clown stunts” to raise fnnds for themselves! They’ll do things not seen in .he regular show and It’s ail in fan! DON’T MISS IT. QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Get Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets That ia the joyful cry of thousands since, Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No griping results from these pleasant little tablets. They cause the liver and bowels to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a soothing, healing, vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. If you have a bad taste, bad breath, feel dull, tired, are constipated or bilious, you'll find quick and sure re sults from Dr. Edwards’ little Olive Tablets at bedtime. 10c and 25c a box; IS TUBERCULOSIS SO FATAL A DISEASE AFTER ALL? 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Wanted: Speedway Rooms Call up and list any rooms that you have avail able for visitors to Indianapolis for the 500-mile race Monday, May 31. I. M. S. Room Bureau, Phone North 2990 Do Not Phone Speedway Office. FEELING BLUE ALL THE TIME before Taking Cardai This Georgia Lady Suffered Until She Would Have to Sit Down to Do Housework. Was Dizzy and Weak. Dalton, Ga.—Mrs. V. A. Burnett, of Route 6, aays; “I got down with iny back and sides, not able to do my work. I suffered a great deal. I had a depressed, blue feeling all the time. I “I couldn’t rest at night. I was nervous. I would be dizzy and just no account at all. * “I would have to sit down while trying to do the housework. It I couldn't get my breath. I was afraid I would got past going altogether. I “I heard of Cardui and began using it. I could see after a half bottle it was helping ma, so I kept it up . . . and soon 1 was like a new' person. “I knew Cardui did the work, for no other medicine I took ever helped me as It did. I certainly can recom mend . . . Cardui. i This w'ell-known medicine, which Mrs. Burnett says helped her. Is a mild, medicinal, purely vegetable tonic, for over 40 years used by thou sands of women, with similar results to those which this Georgia lady ob tained. Cardui should help you. Try It. — Advertisement. Plumpness Makes Health Thin People Heed Thla. If yon are too thin; If you are pale and sallow; If what you eat seems not to strengthen you; If your lips and cheeks are colorless, It la because your iblood Is deficient In red corpuscles and disease can easily overcome you, as you have no reserve strength or nourishment to uphold you. A pharmaceutical product, called • 3 grain hypo-uuclane table.*, Is much pre scribed for these conditions and If taken for several months, rap.'dlv Increases weight and Improves the color. Buy In sealed package of any well stocked ttnotheearv shop.—Advertisement. Watch TONER Ms’s the Winner ; gaßB 1 mbasement"siGnTßEi ANTI-FAT Art thou stout and getting stouter? Stop repining—cease to moan; Hie thee to the nearest drug Btore — Ask for “Tablets Arbolone.’’ 11. Arbolone will stop that craving. Make thee normal —that’s well known. Thou'lt forget that hungry feeling After taking Arbolone. HI. And the pounds away will dwin dle— Waist no longer like a zone; Thou’lt be thankful to the maker Os those Tablets Arbolona Note.—This little poem was writ ten by a literary woman of Los An geles, Calif., as a testimonial to Tab lets Arbolone. It so aptly and truth fully describes the virtues of this well-known anti fat that the proprie tor'! use it for advertising. Facts and gratitude are both expressed with admirable rythm and metre.— Advertisement Dorothy Dalton’s Beauty Chat Miss Dorothy Dalton, the actress fa mous the world over for her beautiful complexion, says: “Any girl or woman can have a beautiful, rosy-white com plexion end smooth unwrinkled skin like mine if thev will follow my advice and use Derwillo. n simple toilet preparation. 1 wise It because it Imparts instant beau ty. is easy to apply, absolutely harmless and has a marvelous effect upon the skin. One application proves it." Be sura to read Miss Dalton's interesting story of how to quickly acquire a beautiful com plexion, soon to appear In this paper. In the meantime get Derwillo at any counter and try it today; you will be delightfully surprised.—Advertisement. To Keep the Face Fresh, Clear, Youthful More Important than the cosmetic care of the complexion is its physical N care. To keep the face clean, fresh, youthful, there's nothing better than common mereolized wax. It absorbs the soiled or faded worn-out skin purtlcles. Cos metic-! simply add unwholesotneness to the complexion. That’s the difference. By nil means, acquire the mercolized wax habit. It’s so easy to get an ounce of the wax at, tile druggist’s, apply at night like cold cream and wash it on next morning. There's no detention in doors, the old skin coming off so gradu ally no ono suspects you aro using any thing. When in a week or two the al luring youthful, rose-llke underskin Is fully in view—well, you won't want, or need, a make-up complexion after that. It must be apparent that thla process means complete riddance of all cutano omi blemishes, like freckles, pimples, t latches and blackheads.—Advertisement, \ Money back without question V \ 1 ts HUNT'S Salve fall* ic tba _ ... y.- \i treatment of ITCH, ECZF.M A. all RINGWORM, TETTER <m /1 l Pv other itching akin disease*. T* J A •7* Mat bos at aur ri*k. HOOK; uaco-ottacijf AJ*** of a poor complexion If unsightly blemishes mar your skin and prevent your being at ease in the society of others, RESINOL OINTMENT is what you need. Aided by RESINOL SOAP, it cleanses, soothes, and heals an inflamed, blotchy, complexion. Widely used for eczema and similar troubles. At aU druggists. 'Resirvol 6 MORRIS ST. RESIDENT SAYS “I KNOW PEHN IS BEST STOMACH REMEDY IN WORLD” Mrs. Mary Eaton, 239 West Morris street, Indianapolis, furnishes another ex ample of how Pepgen, the great tonic, restores the body to normal. Mrs. Eaton says: “I am feeling fine now. although for months my nerves were raw and 'edgy.’ I suppose I would still be nervous If It hadn’t been for Pepgen. “Every time ,1 ate any food I had a gnawing sensation In my stomach, Just like It was being tied in a knot. I was so nervous I hardly knew what to do. Often when I went to bed I was so rest less that I felt as if I would like to jump out of bed and tear the bed clothes to pieces. My nerves were ‘all gone.’ “My stomach being out of order most of the time made by nerves worse. Gas would frequently form In my stomach and press up against my heart until I was short of breath. I was beginning to think I had heart trouble. Take a Hot Cup of Tea on Rising * It acts like magic in overcoming morning irritation after waking. 'g&lett Safe-tea First. Packed only in Tin, to keep the Flavor in. “Pepgen has been n wonderful relief to me. It Is the only thing that ever helped me. Since taking Pepgen I am not nervous In the least and my stom ach does not bother me. I can eat any food I desire and as much as I want and never have a sign of indigestion. I can even eat apples, and apples are some thing I have never been able to eat be fore In all my life without suffering. They always disagreed with me. "I see no reason why Pepgen should help me any more than It would anybody else, and the fact that It did when I was in such an extremely nervoua condition makes it possible for It to re lieve others who are less severely troubled.” Pepgen Is sold by the Henry J. Huder*s drug store, corner Washington and Penn sylvania streets, Illinois and Michigan streets, and by all other first-class drug stores everywhere.—Advertisement.