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Dorft Go Backwards bnt bank wards. Don’t spend'all the money in that pay envelope, but bold to your resolve and deposit at once in the strongest bank you can find. Capital jfl efeViey Interest on Largest in Indiana JT Vv if vL Checking Accounts §s>abtngs anti Crust Company Will Help You to Save Safely N. W. Cor. Market & Pennsylvania SAYS 1920 SUGAR GRAB S3O A HEAD Economist Presents Figures at Rail Wage Hearing. WASHINGTON. May 13.—Sugar should •ell for 11V4 cents a pound and present prices, ranging from 20 to 25 cents, are due to profiteering, W. Jett Lauck, con sulting economist of the railroad broth erhoods, told the railroad labor board to day. Sugar “gougere” will exact a total of $600,000,000 from the American people this year or S3O from each person in the coun try. Lauck, who is urging the board to grant railroad men increases, said. Income taxes for 1917 show that sugar producers had earned 52.2S per cent on the capital stock, 59.2 on capital invested and 45.53 on their capital actually invest ed after all taxes wer? deducted, he said. Cane producers earned 27.2S per cent on capital stock, 235.34 on capital actually invested and 19L05 on capital after de ducting taxes, according to Lanck, who said sugar was then selling for 7.7 c a pound. •‘lf the producers showed such amazing earnings then,” said Lanck. "what must ha their earning today with sugar hov tng about 25c a pound?” Negro Lodges Plan Parade and Sermon Fourteen negro lodges of the city will take part In a street parade and hear the sixtieth annual sermon of the Order of United Brethren of Friendship, the Sis ters of Mysterious Tent and juvenile lodges, to be delivered by Rev. Ira M. Hendron of the Corinthian Baptist church Sunday afternoon at Tomlinson hall. The parade will take place at 1 o’clock Sunday afternoon and will be headed by Clay's military band. Members will assemble at the U. B. F hall on Indiana avenue and then march tc Tomlinson ball. Horlick Originated Malted Milk in 1333 The name, “Malted Milk,” devised by Horlick, has been appropriated by others. Only by the Original Horlick process, which imitators do not reproduce, ran the full food values and Savor of Malted Milk be obtained. The medical profession everywhere has endorsed the Original product for oveT a third of a century. Avoid Imitation*. New spring Silk a m r A Fiber Sweaters, \ | *>|l high shades, at- IM* tract iv e styles. £4 Special at HARGROVE'S MASSACHUSETTS & DELAWARE ST. " 111 m FOR PROMPT RELIEF TAKE 2 TABLETS WITH A GLASS OF WATER THREE TIMES DAILY AFTER MEALS. ACCA 'genuine aspirin" TRADE MARK RIQISTVUO RACKED AIRTIGHT thartf £3 IS ALWAYS 100% EFFECTIVE WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidney s- Heart-Lava Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world’s stand ard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles— COLD MEDAL H* 1 iedy of Holland to* ted by Queen Wiih.i. iggists, three aizea. M Made! oa rery bn do imitetioa NT’S Salve faUa in the tent of ITCH, ECZEMA .WORM. TETTER er tclung akin diaeaaea. Try j at boa at aur rick. 4 J G COMPANY. ■■ FOLLOW TRAIL TO CITY AND LOSE IT Chase Chicken Thief From Danville to West St. Here. A chicken thief chase starting near Danville,, Ind., at 1 o’clock this morning, ended at Washington and West streets here, when the trail of the motor truck carrying the thieves was lost. W. E. Swain of Danville was driving home in his automobile when he heard noises in Martin Griggs’ henhouse. Driving to the home of Grant Martin, another farmer. Swa’in obtained a shot gun and, accompanied by Martin, start ed to the scene. The thieves had fled in the truck to ward Indianapolis. Not until after the pursuers arrived here did they notify the police of this city and there was no chance of catch ing them. Morarity and Harris, motor poßee, spent hours searching for the truck. Raised Bill Passed on Movie Cashier Ella Worland, cashier at the Gem the ater, 225 West Washington street, told the police today she was swindled by a man who had raised a $2 bill into a $lO bill. She gave him change for $lO when he bought a ticket. Investigation disclosed that the bill ap parently had been raised by an expert. 4th Floor State Life Bldg. May Sale of MILLINER Y Entire Stock of Beautiful New MILLINERY Greatly Under- oriced for This /,X^Sk, (h iMn y Floor to th© Elevator Man. \ ' Ml ll AFRICAN OSTRICH FEATHER CO. 4th Floor State Life Bldg. EAT MORE FISH I L~f'S/ Fresh fish still remain the cheapest food on the market, 2,000 mXyy'/jn with prospects of lower prices, as the fey n$ spring fishing season advances. Pounds /1 We will continue weekly to offer varie- WHITE* B es ***** are Plentiful at lowest possible vY.HJ.Lxi Prices. In addition to these specials we PERCH are receiving continually every known \3RSm kind of fish, such as White Fish, Trout, 15< V S Halibut, Salmon, Pickerel, Bass, Roe, „ '*• Shad, etc. Per Lb. WATCH THIS HACK PAGE EVERY THURSDAY Prompt Deliveries. Retail Department, Main Store, Open S Daily from 6a. rn. to 6:30 p. m. Saturday Nights, 9 o'clock. n WILLIS FISH & OYSTER CO. 337 East Market Street Market Stands 271-2 1 -MHrWO BLOCKS EAST OP PENNSYLVANIA ST.HMta / EGG-PAK Ask Your Druggist * Service and Satisfaction TRUSSES If B ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, BRACES VUr FITTED BY EXPERT Complete Line Sick Room Supplies WL H. ARMSTBOH CO. MtSSSak-' ST. DOG HILL PARAGRAFS A stray pig unexpectedly turned up at the residence of Poke Eazley Wednes day afternoon, and Poke went ahead and let him into the pen, but not until he thoroughly questioned the pig. There is some talk of the ladies of the Hog Ford church raising money to buy a handsome chandolleT with icicles hanging down all around it. Yam Sims says the chances are after they get the thing there ain’t a one in the church that can play on it. After a pleasant sojourn In the loft of the Wild Onion schoolhouse, the two owls left today for parts unknown. $850,000 Furs Sold in One Auction ST. LOUIS, May 13.—Fifteen hundred silver fox skins were placed on sale at the international fur exchange today. Yesterday's fur sales totaled $850.00. The principal offering was 550,000 American opossum. Cooking Oil—Gloestrrrmner's. It's a compliment to a girl to say, ‘‘lsn’t she a / 4 picture?” It’s a com- 1 _|L pliment to a portrait to say, “Isn't it by V Ninth Floor Kahn Bldg. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920. SILK HAND BAGS ON SPECIAL SALE 20% Discount on All Silk Hand Bags— Friday and Saturday Only, An Opportunity to Get the Bag You Have Admired at a Reduction. The assortment is large and beautiful. All of the newest styles are here, and the choicest of materials are used. The linings of the bags are silk, In the most exquisite shades. Some of the bags are becomingly finished with large tassels, some have ornate metal frames and some have the frames covered with silk. These bags are marvels for value and in this assortment it is possible to match almost any costume. The principal colors are black, brown, taupe and navy. $4.00 Bags less 20%—SPECIAL $3.20 $5.00 Bags less 20%—SPECIAL $4.00 $6.50 Bags less 20%—SPECIAL $5.20 And 20% Discount on All Silk Bags. No Exchanges During This Sale. Charles Mayer & Company 29 and 31 West Washington Street. Established 1840. ON SALE FRIDAY ONLY 346 Pairs Tennis Shoes at a price that reminds you of days gone by. Youths’ Tennis Shoes, use them for gymnasium and outings; in sizes 11 to 13**; regular price $1.25. fiAf* Another group of good shoes, made of durable canvas, heavy rubber soles, in large sizes. Shoes that sold for $1.45 will be on sale Friday at | tfv An early call well assure you of a larger stock from which to choose. No exchanges. No refunds. The Gus Habich Cos. 142 East Washington Street De-light-ed! What Woman />#-\ m Wouldn’t Be ,j £2™ Delighted With an APEX in the laundry? The Apex is the servant which brings the most Mil j 1 lasting joy and relief. No more dreaded Mondays, i \ washday fatigue, worry, harassing overwork and Vl attendant ills for the housewife if she uses the \ *1 The cost is nothing when compared to what the ISm ,£■% r-jfa \ \ \ wife gains in good spirits and vitality—to say W Apex soon pays for itself in reducing wear and te-ar on y° ur household linens and wearing apparel. There are several reasons why you should make IMB Apex' Electric Washer With Swinging Wringer i/ l \ V The Apex is electrically The Apex washes thor ifef \ \ \ Xv^ driven by a motor of suf- oughly, quickly, easily be- W| \\ 1 fleient strength to operate ca^,? e °* °9 rrect d^iKll - both washer and wringer , Apex is built on fls* at the same time and yet experience a proven suc _ _ vvil at a cost of less than 2 ce L 8 u . .. Mpecre Husbands: cents an hour for elec- T °e Apex triangles in ACBOI <>• * iUoUailua. tricity. create a^r pockets . . . . . .... , , . . _ . which produce alternate Ask your wives what day is their hardest and most ThQ ls equi pp e d pressure and vacuum, dreaded, regardless of whether they do the washing them- with the improved double- pumping the hot, soapy selves or hire it done, and you will get the answer WASH- actjng swlnping wring er water through the fabrics • which permits the laun- and cleaning them without You have installed machinery, modern office devices, etc., dress to wring the clothes wear, to take the drudgery out of your work, make it lighter and from tub to rinse water, The Apex will not injure speed up production so you can have more time for pleas- to blue water and to bas- the most delicate lace or ure and recreation. Aren’t your wives your partners in the ket. lingerie, big business of life —THE HOME, worthy of the same con- The Apex is economical to operate, strongly built sideration as you have given yourselves? throughout and will give years and years of service. The APEX is sold on convenient terms if desired Vonnegut Hardware Cos. 120 to 124 East Washington Street RINK’S FRIDA Y and SA TURDA Y SALE Misses' and Women's Lightweights llfif (MIL f||j Marked Down About jf \ !I j| Jgji I |l| milk 33% in Three Lots ir (J $19.50 and $29.50 I Coats in combination color, trimmed or plain; s some are skeleton, half or full lined; Poiret j Every twills, velours, polo cloth and tweed novelties. S Coat > a New I y /"If I Ft Spring Kink s Cloak House ; Model The Christian Science Churches of Indianapolis Announce a Free Lecture on Christian Science by John W. Door/y, C. S. B. of Leeds , England / Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston , Mass. To be given in Murat Theatre Sunday Afternoon , May Sixteenth, 3:30 o'clock Nineteen Hundred Twenty The Public is Cordially Invited to be Present K ) V - ' — ! Blink Books Stool Dio ind £ , "" k er. 5 l';\iyfHoVrhl Enrraving OUR SPECIAL BANK CREDIT PLAN Allow yon to bay yoar homo outfit at cMh price*. D. N- FOSTER FURNITURE AND CARPET COMPANY 117-119-121 West Market street. Opposite Traction Terminal Depot. S&Ssigi ©IKOUKAPWJR ./ [r *< j Clean-Up Sale of Millinery Friday Only 50 Hats selected from our $5.00 hats will go sure Fri i day at this price, so early. While they last— *l.oo Navy Blue Taffeta Hats and Sport Hats *'* We are now showing a most wonderful array of taffeta and sport hats. You can save money by buying vour hat at Morrison’s— *4.9s ft *8.50 vftot&dortl. 4 W. WASHINGTON ST. H ■ M I ■■ Buy Your WatclVN On Refined Credit Plan /"EASY PAYMENTS rT"—- Small payment down urn)/ and weekly payment thereafter. We can supply /VjpSJPIK *ny requirement a* *° quality at a k7 : ‘a/ JwA range of prices that Hr 7 iB will satisfy and will Bui lojtl meet your wishes. You have all the YpiA-' Wt yw advantages of a cash transaction with the privilege of extended credit. Gray, Gribben & Gray Corner Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. 6 ittarti !-** N. ILLINOIS ST. APPAREL and MILLINERY TOR WOMEN AND MISSES. ■ |Pn. a - If yon are troubled NERVOusim;: m m form, let us send you our free booklet “Effects of the Strains of Modern Life Upon the Nervous System.” Explaining how Roszell's Sedative ' Restorer Acts. THE ROSZELL LABORATORIES. 602-4 Ind. Trust Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. HOUSE WIRING And Fixtures a Specialty. Prompt service and satisfaction guaranteed. If It's Electrical—Call Pros. 6372. > . WETO GRAPH Secret Writing System Invaluable for lovers and for weeping recipes, addresses, secret memorandum or other information safe and private. Ns stranger can read your postals if you use the Wsto Graph. Great fun for lovers or friends. Don't miss it. Send 10c and ws will send the Weto Graph by mall with full instructions. Address PENN PUB LISHING CO.. BlalrsviUa, Pa.