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NAMED FOR G.O.P. CONVENTION
The following national convention del egates, presidential electors and conve.n tiOn officials were named at district meet ings at the state house last night: k National Delegates. —\V. H. McCurdy, Evansville, and James A. Heraenwa.v, Boonville; alter nates—Dr. William E. Hastings, Mt. Vernon, and Herman Bryant, Winslow. Second—Charles G. Sefrit. Washington, and Claud H. Stratton, Sullivan: alter nates—Otto F. Herold. Bloomfield, and Miss Dorothy Cunningham, Martinsville. Third —N. H. Myers. Jeffersonville, and I<ee Herr, Tell City; alternates —Ezra Smith, French Link, and Mrs. Blanche Boruff. Bedford. Fourth —Estel Beilby, Lawrencebnrg, and Dr. Haskell Lett, Seymour; alter nates—Henry E. Nichols, Madison, and Benjamin Bledsoe. Vevay. Fifth—Edgar M. Blessing. Danville, and John L. Crawford, Terre Haute: alternates—John T. Jones, Brazil, and A. D. Spears. Clinton. Sixth—Harry Moberly. Shelbyville, and Walter-Bridges. Greenfield: alternates — Mrs John Goodwin, Brookville, and Clen Mi-ler. Unshville. Seventh—Charles W. Jewett and Mah lou E. Bash. Indianapolis: alternates— Mrs. Edward Franklin White and W. W. Hyde. Indianapolis. Eighth —J. T. Moorman. Winchester, and E. F. Kitselman, Mnncie; alternates - William A. Klepper. Decatur, and L. Uae Vnion City. —Morris Ritchie, Lebanon, and Jouu Owen. Noblesville; alternates—Da - vid C. Jenkins; Kokomo, and Elijah Perry, Windfall. Tenth—Walter E. Schrage, Whitingx and Thomas Bauer, Lafayette; alternates Miss Adah Bush. Kentland, and Addi son N. Worstell, Valparaiso. lf.eventh—Col. Hiram I. Bearss, Pe rn. and Dr. George U. Daniels. Marion: alternates—Mrs. E. A. Gould, Peru, and Sam G. Brown. Winamac. Twelfth—Joseph Hut sell. Ft. Wayne, and Clyde Carlin, Angola; alternates- James I'rovines, Auburn, aud Clyde Walb, Lagrange. Thirteenth —Fred C. Klein. South Bend, and John L. Moorman. Knox; alternates —Jasper Hoover, Piercetcn, and L C. Wood, Goshen. Presidential Electors. First—John Uimstedt, Roekport; con tingent elector, W. H. Hufford, Peters burg. Second—Homer Elliott, Martinsville; contingent elector, Ewing Enunison, Sul livau. Third — L. Persise. Salem; contin gent elector. William Blesch, Holland. Fourth —John E. Amick, Scipio; con tingent elector, Dr. James Turner, Nash ville. Fisth —Frank A. Hays, Greeneastle; contingent elector, Jack Woods, Terre Haute. Sixth—Lee B. Nusbanm. Richmond; contingent elector, A. L. Riggs, Rush ville. Seventh—Emsley W. Johnson, Indian apolis; contingent elector, Mrs. J. F. Barnhill. Eighth—Frank Merry. Dunkirk; con tingent elector. Avon Burk. Decatur. Ninth—Ed T. Staley, Tipton; con tingent elector, to be nanded by elector. Tenth—. John B. Lyons. Brook; con tingent elector, John Stevenson, Wil liamsport. Eleventh—Judge J. M. Rabb. T.ogans port; contingent elector, Emerson Fish er. Huntington. Twelfth- Harry Brown. Waterloo; con tingent elector, Thomas Snook, Ft. Wayne. Thirteenth Samuel Leeper. South Bend, and contingent elector. Albert W. Bitters, Rochester. Committee On Resolutions. First—Roscoe Kiper. Boonville. . Second—Robert G. Miller. Bloomington. —George H Hester, New Albany. Fourth—l/ucicn Harris, Rising Sun. Fifth — Harold Henderson, Rockville. Sixth—l. N. Bridgeman. Brookville Seventh—Charles A Book waiter, In dianapolis. Eighth—Edward C. Toner. Anderson. Ninth—A. E. Hleynolds. Crawfordsville. Tenth—V. S. Reiter, Hammond. Eleventh—Frank X. Statesman, Peru. Twelfth —Jesse Green, Ft. Wayne. Thirteenth—Finley P. Mount, Laporte. Committee On Rules. First—Claude A. Smith, Princeton, Second—John C. Chaney. Sullivan. Third —I. C. Morgan. Seottsburg. Fourth—Will G. I pain. Columbus. Fifth—Robert H. CatUn. Terre Haute. Sixth—J. L. Kennedy. Couner-ville. Seventh—Charles Martindalc, Indianap olis. . Eighth—P. A. Lambert, Mnfcie. Ninth—William Uoldsou. Frankfort. Tenth—A. K. Sills. Monticello. Eleventh—Sam Stricter, Marion. Twelfth —C. J. Munton, Keiidallville. Thirtieth— E. M. Morris. South Bend. Committee on < redential-. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan with demountable rims with -inch tires all around, tire carrier and electric starting and lighting system, is a family car of class and comfort, both in summer and in winter. For touring it is a most comfortable car. The large plate glass windows make it an open car when desired, while in case of rain or inclement weather, it can be made a most delightful dosed car in a few minutes. Rain-proof, dust-proof. Fine upholstering. Broad, roomy seats, and simple in operation. Anybody can safely drive it. It has all the distinctive and economical merit* of the Ford car in operation and main tenance. Leave your order with any one of the dealers listed below. Wangelin-Sharp Cos. % 459 Virginia Ave. i The Frank Hatfield Cos. - ■ rr'.T . . .Tjf 535 N. Capitol Ave. pan U Olin Sales Cos. 1 1 nj _ . 51$ N. Meridian St. * 915 Fort Wayne Ave. Barber-Wamock Cos. I. ' “5, .. . St.^ First—Link Ford, New Harmony. Second —Judge Murray Bain, Martins ville. Third—George W. Applegate. Corydon. Fourth —Marcus R. Sulzer, Madison. Fifth—Horace Hanna. Danville. Sixth—A. R. Thompson. Newcastle. Seventh—John B. Cockrum, Indian apolis. Eighth—Hal O. Ayers. Portland. Ninth—Hezekiah Robinson, Burrows. Tenth—David C. Fowler. Eleventh—James Furman. Montpelier. Twelfth —Frank Rawley, Angela. Thirteenth—Louis M. Simpson, Elk hart. Assistant Secretaries of Convention. First—Forrest Davis. Evansville. , Second—Lyman Heavenridge, Spencer. Third—Dr. H. Dean, Leavenworth. Fourth -Daily A. McCoy, Versailles. Fifth .lames A, Rarer, Brazil. Marrott’s Bargain Basement r * Men's and Women’s Smart Low Shoes at Moderate Prices Women’s Good Looking, Serviceable / Brown and Black Kid Lace Oxfords | With Pitched Imitation straight tip and military leather L. heels, medium weight soles and all sizes. IjX C c .i Special at $4.95 a Pair. Women’s Patent Colt Lace Oxfords and \ Black Dress Calf Plain Pumps Both with leather FTcnch heels, long, slender vamps and light weight soles. Exceptional Values at $4.95 a Pair. Women’s White Canvas Oxfords and Plain Pumps With light weight flexible turned soles and covered French and military heels. Priced at a great saving. Only $2.45 a Pair. Men’s Black Calf Lace Oxfords With fiber soles and rubber heels or leather soles and heels. English and medium toes. Goodyear welted. Ail sizes. $3.95 a Pair. Men’s Oxfords in Many Snappy \ New Spring Models J$L \ J) In mahogany brown and black leathers. English, medium and broader toe shapes. *1 Goodyear welted high-grade soles. "jp®*"’'** At $5.95 and $4.95 a Pair. Buy Shoes at a Shoe Shop. Eight Floors of Shoes. MAROTT’S SHOE SHOP 18 and 20 E. Washington St. Store Hours—B a. m. to 5:30 p. m.; Saturdays UntiF9 p. m. Sixth—Ralph Barnard, Newcastle. Seventh—W. H. Jackson, Indianapolis. Eighth—Joseph Esslngton, Anderson. Ninth—James Hammill, Tipton. Tenth—L. H. Hamilton, Rensselaer. Eleventh—Walter H. Ball, Huntington. Twelfth Augustus Oser, Columbia City. Thirteenth—Guy \V. Daysman, Goshen. Vice-Presidents of Convention. First—Chris Hammond, Roekport. Second —Walter Van Hoy, Loogootee. Third—J. V. Etimpson, Ituntingburg. Fourth —W. E. Springer, Elizabeth town. Fifth—Mrs. Edna Herr BuekUn, Brazil. Sixth —Everett N. Whetzel. Greenfield. Seventh Ellsworth Heller, Indian ans polls. Eighth—Miles Furnas, Lyons. Ninth—E. E. Neal. Noblesville. Tenth —George W. Baxter, Lafayette. Eleventh—Dr. Charles H. Good, Hunt ington. Twelfth—W. H. AVilllner, Auburn. Thirteenth—Ralph Gaylor, Mishawaka. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920. 80 Gallons of Booze Seized in Blanford CLINTON, Ind., May 13.—Ten coal miners today faced charges of violating the liquor laws as the result of another raid on Blanford, a small mining town near here, yesterday. Eight stills, sixty gallons of whisky and large quantities of raisin mnsh were confiscated. Some of the stills were iu operation when thirty government prohi bition agents and county officials swooped down on the town in automobiles^. The raiders left Clinton in four auto mobiles apparently for a joy-ride and each machine visited a different section of the town. Officers entered a shack and found a subcellar which they said concealed two stills, both in operation. Tomorrow, Friday, Our Bargain Day (r== - ——— ■ "=~- "" -■ 1 Indiana's largest Assortment of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes for Men , ■ -.r, . - . . .=J CURTAIN MAR QUISETTE. j-ard wide, double thread, mercer ized, launders without being str e t e hed, ecru color; soc quality ODC r-Third Floor. HOSIERY No Mail, Phone or C. O. D. Orders. “AS YOU LIKE IT” PURE THREAD SILK HOSE FOR WOMEN, full fash ioned, high spliced heels, double soles, silk lisle garter tops, black (limit 2 pairs to customer), . Ar Pair $1.95 WOOD FIBER SILK HOSE FOR WOMEN, seamless, fully reinforced, lisle garter tops, black, white or f\f\ grey, pair tj) I.UU SOX FOR CHILDREN, white with fancy colored roll tops, OCT special, pair iuOC —First Floor, Southwest. Women’s Comfort Oxfords Os soft black vici kid, medium round toes, military heels, flexible q a turn soles, $6 quality $4.90 Children’s Play Oxfords Os tan calfskin, heavy extension soles Sizes and to 8, $3.00 quality 91.98 Sizes 8H to 11. $3.50 quality 92.48 Sizes 31M; to 2. SI.OO quality 92.9S —Third floor. basement store ~~ Womens and Misses' Apparel D ?f e £*“ n f“"f These prices axe for Friday only. No mail phone or C. 0. D. orders. yard wJde fine even thread; for fine _ undergarments or infants’ OQf* wear >7O (Twenty-two SPORTS SUITS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES, of * good quality heatherweve and jerseys, pinch _ (Five hundred yards) PERCALES, t.r uu,n,h u " in $14.98 YARD WIDE CRETONNES, good patterns and colors for slips, Qr) (Thirty-five) WOOL SERGE AND j (Fifty) CORSETS, of good quality draperies, etc LyV C JERSEY DRESSES FOR WOMEN drills and batiste, average fig- _ TTTOT . _ AND MISSES, smart embroidered ure models, medium bust and hips. I,NBLEACHED MLSLIN. 31 1 Q models, straight line dresses, belted °' ' ‘ V.- 1 styles. Spe- *5“ JJJKi * * Qftf* BLEACHED MUSLIN, yard wide cil o>y.OO Very hpcc ‘ al 17 (limit 10 yards to cus- opr j )F j fte< . n) NET BLOUSES FOR tomer), y ard (Ten) CAPES FOR WOMEN AND WOMEN AND MISSES, silk finished (Fifteen hundred yards) BLEACH MISSES, of serge, many are braid : net; some have hand embroidery in ED CHEESECLOTH, vard wide (we trimmed; spe- On QP: front; navy, flesh color, cream AO reserve the right to limit f (\* cial tS>C7.OtJ | and white. Special quantities). Special 1 \JC (Three hundred) TRICOLETTE BLOUSES FOR WOMEN AND GiNGHAM^'^iue^andThitl MISSES, irood quality, short sleeves, round check, special IoC nm-ks; in the season’s most wanted styles; v 9 QQ (Three hundred yards) PILLOW •f4.no quality _/ W j TUBING (none to dealers). Apr Special G:CJL / Sale of Untrimrried Hats Only til Barrmtnr Sr.re anti Bar yarn V A Friday could bring values like these . qfZpzyMw/ Three hundred uni rimmed hats in the season’s wanted shapes .f*r) and colors —every imaginable shape and braid is represented. V You will have no difficulty in finding one to meet your own per- c \£ sonal tastes —add to it a bit of trimming and you have a smart, C_^g3a inexpensive hat for spring and summer wear. \ INCLUDED ARE— BRAIDS ARE— SAILORS MUSHROOMS PIPING MILAN HEMP LISERE POKES. SIDE DROOPS TUSCAN PATENT MILAN ETC. Colors include sand, navy, red, black, white, etc. Special .: §I.OO Boys’ SfPants Spring Suits Special for Friday •11.50 Sizes 7 to 16 years. Suits Os good quality mixture materials in medium shades; every suit new in style; every one finely made; all have two pairs of full lined pants. Special §11.50 Sale of Women’s Low Shoes Sale Price — - $0- 9 5 The wanted pumps and oxfords offered at considerable less than regular current markings. Pumps with high cov- Oxfords with high cov- Oxfords with jnilitary ered French heels ered French heels heels Patent kid Patent kid _ Black calfskin with imi- White reincloth Black calfskin tation wing or imita- Black satin White reincloth tion stitched tip. —Third Floor. Art Needlework PARCHMENT SHADES. 6-inch, em pire style, hand decorated, for candle sticks or small lamps, $1.69 (J -1 1/A quality t|> 1 . IU PAPER CRAFT WASTE BASKETS, for boudoirs, rose, blue or A brown, 75c quality PILLOW COVERS, for canoe pillows, of ecru crash with colored stenciling, square, round or oblong, j r 69c quality ~xOG —Sixth flpor. Mens Furnishings SOFT COLLARS FOR MEN, sizes 16% to 18, 4C\ broken lines of 25c quality IUC SIZE 14 SHIRTS FOR MEN, of fine count percales, neat stripe patterns, soft turnback cuffs, slightly r7Q soiled (3 for $2.25), each ,I^o MEN’S MATCHLESS HOSE, “Wayne Knit,” seamless, stainless, double heels and toes, ribbed top, medium weight, black; sizes 9% to 11%, 4 25c quality JL c/C MEN’S NIGHTSHIRTS, of fine muslin, “V” neck, QFT cut large and roomy, sizes 15 to 18 ...yjC Candy Specials NUT TOASTJES, pound 45p CHOCOLATE DIPPED PEANUTS 49£ ASSORTED COCOANUT KISSES 59£ Housefurnishings WASH TUBS, galvanized metal, No. 2 size (limit one to customer; no phone or C. O. D. ordets), $1.39 QOp BROOMS, regulation household size of good broomcorn, 4-sewed, smooth handle (no C. O. and. /IQr> orders) a ALUMINUM ROASTERS, 10x10, square style (no phone or C. O. D. Cl 1 O orders) 1. ± V —Fifth Floor. 11 SINGLE CURVED END E X T E N SION RODS, ex tend to 48 inches, strong tubes and brackets (no phone orders), spe- S& 15c —Third Floor.