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SEVENTY-NINE TO APPLY FOR FINALPAPERS Largest Number of Aliens to Appear in Judge’s Term on the Bench. Seventy-nine petitioners will appear on June 11 before Judge W. \V. Thornton of superior court, room 1, asking for final naturalisation papers. Judge Thornton stated today that this is the largest number of applicants to ask final naturalization papers in his experi ence on the bench. The following list of applicants was announced by Miss Margaret Mahoney, naturalization clerk of the court: Ernest Albrecht, 433 Sanders street; Barthol Goleb, 3707 East Northern ave nue: Nickola Senjan, 213 North Keystone avenue; Dumitru Kogozia. 426 West Maryland street; Paul Poliak, 945 North Ketcham street; Margaret F. Cartmlll, 24 South Capitol avenue; Abraham Gross man, 815 South Delaware street; Nick Diimtru Hanzia, 145 South- Belmont ave nue; Max Wolfkowitzky, 722 South Illi nois street; Louis Leupen. 2064 South Meridian street; John Gonzailz, 96* North Belmont avenue; Charley Stam mer, 218 Wisconsin street; Henry Gramse, 2416 Ashland avenue; Herman Spreen, 1337 Leonard street; Alma Duden, 313 East Twenty-second street; Sam Green burg. 946 South Senate avenue; Stephen Johantgen, 50 Regent street: Fred Wil liam Danz, 711 East Tenth street; Aaron Goldstein, 1028 North Oxford street; Va leria John Luyea, 531 West Washington street; William Collins, 215 South State avenue: Jacob Finkles, 714 East New York street; Frederick William Rehfeldt, R. R. E. box 199; Dave Arshop6ky, 17 North Highland avenue; Leo Mayer, 619 North Noble street; Aaron Watson. 158 West Pleasant drive; Gottlieb Flick, 1509 Barth avenue: George Walter, 1020 Cen tral avenue; Peter Cooney. 2210 Madison avenue; Aaron Cohen, 2429 Stewart street; Wilfred H. Hurst. Beech Grove; Carl E. Wlckstrom, 1426 Dawson street: Alex Anderson, 2854 Foun dry street; Peter Szomolyan, 3010 West Tenth street; Zander Gore lick, 326 Orange 9treet; Christoph Rosenbaum, 701 Terrace avenue: Qbe Polaski, 962 Elm street; Matt Mllhavdo, 720 North Warman avenue: Nenzio Mazzo, 902 South New Jersey street; Ike Bremen. 3024 North Pennsylvania street; Max Cohn, 246 Dorman street; William A. Sweet man, 31 North Irvington avenue; Raphael Schmidt, 834 Union street; John Thomas O'Conner, 1525 Linden street; Patrick Kennedy, 418 North State street; John Knox, 459 Eastern avenue; John Carey, 227 H East Ohio street; James P. O'Reilly, 1536 Spann avenue; Timothy M. Fenton, 1201 East New York street; James Keating. 1409 Fletcher avenue; Daniel Ward, 60 South Oriental street; John McNeils. 237 Detroit street; John Shaughnessy, 338 North Rural street; Abraham J. Wiidossky, 924 Union street; Thomas Carey, 1616 Fletcher avenue; Morris Levy, 913 Sotith Capitol avenne; Francis V. Defoe, 2424 North Meridian street; Maurice Morfarity, 1155 Hoyt avenue; Saiim Kialil Freje. 282 North Rellevlew place; Abraham Greenspan. 710 South West street; Solomon Zioretz. 1101 South Illinois street: Charles Weir An derson, 3714 West Michigan street; Alfred Christensen. 634 Euclid avenue; Herbert Preizee, 1801 Boulevard place; Rubin Login, 639 South Illinois street; Max Tencnbaum, 1017 Maple street; Patrick Ksatlng. 146 Mf'Kim avenue; Patrick J. Cleary, 224 North Temple avenue; George Lamb, 803 Fletcher avenue; John Francis Gibbons, 1426 Rembrant street; Aiex Cohen. 623 North Capitol avenue; Sam Bnnes, 841 South Illinois street; David Moriarit.v, 830 South Capitol avenue; John O’Connor. 239 North Walcott street; Alex ander s. McNeill. 2317 Bellefontalne street; Jack Roth, 1030 South Capitol avenue: Hyman Schreiber. 2451 North Alabama street; Jeremiah Grady, 212 North Summit street; Antonio Cirlei:.., 259 Keystone avenue. Dealers in Marmons Throng Indianapolis Marroon dealers from all parts of the Vnited States are in Indianapolis to day attending the annual convention of the company’s dealers. In session at the assembly room of the factory, beginning today and lasting until June 3. The opening session of the convention was held this morning at 10:30 o'clock, with the address of welcome given by 'V. C. Harmon, and other talks by heads of various departments of the factory. The afternoon session began at 2:13 o'clock and addresses were made by C. F. Kettering and Elmer W. Stout, vice president of the Fletcher American Na tional bank. The evening session was to be given over entirely to entertainment of the dealers, followed by a “tear down and rebuild” exhibit. Baci, Auto Writer, • Injured in Fall John L. Bacf, veteran writer of auto mobile news, is in a serious condition at the city hospital today, as a result of injuries suffered when he fell down a stairway leading to the press box at the speedway yesterday. Baci was standing at the head of n stairway shaking hands with a friend when his foot slipped, causing him to plunge to the bottom, alighting on his head. He was taken to the emergency hos pital and later removed to the city hos pital. Mr. Baci was for years automobile editor of the Indianapolis News. He has been In 111 health for more than a year. Says Booze Obtained on Forged Permits WASHINGTON, Jnne 1. —By some “in side method," liquor is being obtained from bonded warehouses on forged per mits. Senator Colder, republican, charged today In the senate. “I would not mention names us I coiiid not violate confidence In this matter, but someone In the employ of the govern raent is profiting, according to infor mation I have received," Senator Calder declared. FOR PROMPT RELIEF TAKE I 1 TABLET EVERY 2 HOURS ■ FIRST DAY - 3 TA3LETS DAILY ■ THEREAFTER (WITH WATER) E AC CA I GENUINE ASPIRIN TRAD* MARK **C!*TAIO PACKED AIRTIGHT soTHATir ALWAYS 1002 EFFECTIVE I Going to Paris CHARLES F. COFFIN. FELIX M. M'WHIRTER. Indianapolis will be represented at the meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce, to be held at Paris. France, during the week of June 21, by Charles F. Coffin, president, and Felix M. Mc- Whirter, treasurer, of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Coffin Is r.ow in New York and Mr. MeWhirter left this morning for that city, where they will join as delegates from this country, who will sail from the United States on the steamer Krooniand, .Tune 5, returning about July 7, on the Finland. Both delegates were unanimously elect ed by the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Coffin will make an automobile tour of England before going to Paris, and following the convention will visit trades associations and places of Inter est in France, Belgium. Italy and Switz erland and will speak before several or ganizations in those placet. LONGSHOREMEN VOTE TOMORROW. NEW YORK, June 1. —Striking long shoremen will meet tomorrow night to vote on an immediate return to work. Will You Sell Your Old In order that Indianapolis car owners may experience the fine quality and easy riding of PARKER SUPER-SIZE CORD TIRES we will allow you $10.03 each for your old tires—any make—no matter how badly worn they are, and in addition we will make you a discount of 15% on each tire pur chased of us. All old tires secured in this way by us on this advertising campaign will be placed in one big pile, a photograph taken, and then they will be offered for sale in a lump to the highest bidder. This Offer for a Limited Time Only MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY. Parker Tire & Rubber Cos. Factorie.: INDIANAPOLIS Without any obligation on my part whatsoever please write me proposition for Parker Tires. My old tires are as follows: Name Address Phone No THREE BILLION DOLLAR SPRINT AT WASHINGTON Congress in Rush to Pass Appropriation Bills Be fore Recess. WASHINGTON, June I.—Congress to day is nearing the end of a three billion dollar week. Annual appropriations for the fiscal year of 1921 will be completed before the end of the week in congress and will total close to $3,000,000,000, and these regular appropriations will not begin to cover the expenditures for the year, which will be asked in deficiency bills and special appropriation bills which will come to the next congress. The latest estimate of receipts and ex penditures for the fiscal year of 1921, made by Secretary of the Treasury Houston, shows estimated receipts of $5,- 620,350,000; estimated expenditures of $3,- 973.000.000. This estimate is questioned seriously by men*>ors of congress who predict the receipts are going to be much smaller than the amount named and that the final expenditures for the year will be much larger and that there will be a deficit which will run high In the mil lions, if not in the billions. The following appropriations have been finally approved: Indian, $10,000,000. Postofflce, $462,000,000 Diplomatic and consular. $8,843,000. Military academy, $2,141,000. Fortifications, *19.000,000. Legislative, $436,000,000 The following large appropriations are still before congress: Rivers and harbors, $12,000,000, sought by the house, and $24,000,000 sought by the senate. Agriculture, $31,000,000. Naval. $440,000,000. . District of Columbia, $18,000,000. Pensions, $279,000,000. Army, $419,000,000. Sundry civil. $436,000,000. A railroad deficiency bill of $309,000,000, which can not be called a regular appro priation, has been passed, and there are numerous other bills before congress call ing for appropriations which may run the total np considerably before the end of the week. Rotary Introduces Three New Members The "glad hand of fellowship" was ex tended today at the luncheon of the Rotary cluh at the Ciaypool hotel. The meeting waa in charge of the fra ternal committee, and every effort was made to hcqualnt the members with each other. Dr. M. E. Clark, chairman of the fra ternal committee, was assisted by K Emmett Hall, vice chairman: John V. Uoffield, Eugene D. Foley, Ferd L. Holi weg. Alfred Lauter, Charles F. Meyer, Jr., James A. Ross, Dr. George B. Bow and Charles L. Smith. / Lemuel Bolles. national adjufant Amer lcan Leglun: Edward I>. Evans, Hominy and Grits Manufacturing Company, and John H. Trimble, were introduced as new members of the club. Two Italians Finish Rome-to-Tokio Flight TOIvIO, June I.—Lleuts. Masiero and Ferrari, the Italian aviator*, eompleted their flight from Rome to Toklo today. Masiero arriving at 1:21 p. m. and Fer ra?l arriving at 2:05 p. m. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. MRS. CHEVROLET PROUD OF GASTON Mill -j "v / /SS, MRS. GASTON CHEVROLET. “I'm so proud of my husband.” Mrs. Gaston Chevrolet, wife of the most re cent hero of the great Indianapolis speed classic, declared repeatedly today as she responded to hundreds of congratula tions by telephone and from callers, j “I can hardly believe that Gaston won the race; I was so surprised and my husband is sj happy over it," Mrs. Chev- I rolet said to a Times reporter who ,vis ; lted her at their home at 649 Berkley i road. : “I was more enthusiastic over the race ! yesterday than I have been before," she said. "I was not a bit worried about Gaston, although I usually urn anxious. “It was a surprise to me, for I only hoped that Gaston would win. “Besides, he had not tried out his car rery much, and he is such a young driver. “He is only 27, you know," she added with a smile. “It Is a great thing for his brother Louis, who designed the car. “It Is perfectly wonderful to think that an Indianapolis-made car won over those imported French cars. “1 am so proud of my husband. “We have hardly had time to'hrea'be between congratulations, and everybody has been so nice to us." “Then I am so delighted over the tea set that I get. “The other day when I was down town I told ray husband that Mrs. De Raima was going to get an awfully nteo tea set. "T am so glnl that 1 will get It.” Speaking of her husband’s driving m me speedway. Mrs Chevrolet raid It waa marvelous bow steady his driving was. She was much pleased over his speed rerom and his success in coming through wßhotit a breakdown. Mrs. Chevrolet said she could not very well wish Deßaima bad won the r"f, but he was so near that It was too bad that he loat out. Uliß-MurineforK£ Test ness, Soreness, Grant** Yfuir/ivi:* ! ation ’ Itching and E.YtO Burning of theEyeoor After the Movie*. Motoring Bor Golf will win your confidence. Ask to r Drti®. * for Murine when your Eve* Need Care urlntd^yc Hiusdy to., Chir. w Phone for Prices Today Prospect \ 8801 1 8802 AMERICAN SHOT BY FRENCH GUARD BERLIN. June I.—Gen. Leonard, chief of the FVench commission to Upper Sile ?ia, has been asked by the American thission to investigate the shooting ot Arnold Heide, American lecturer, killed by a French guard in Beuthen yesterday. The only information which the Ameri can mission has been able to secure so far concerning Heide and his presence in Beuthen was contained in a report from the French mission stating’that they had vized an American passport in Heide's possession. The American mission bad no record of his presence in the country. Only vague report of the actual shooting have been obtainable. They said the French authorities stopped a tram car on which Heide was riding: that bj was arrested, and while disputing with the soldier* \was shot by one of the French guards. S4OO Brass Theft Charged to Negro James Buchanan, 35, a negro, 354 West Sixteenth street, was arrested at 2 o’clock this morning by Patrolmen Hobson and Stokes on the charge of grand larceny. He Is alleged to have stolen S4OO worth of brass from the American Glue Com pany plnnt. Fourteenth and West streets. LIFT OFF CORNS! Doesn't hurt at all and costs only a few cents 1- Magic I Ju*t drop a little Freexone oa that touchy corn. Instantly it stop* aching, then you lift the corn off with the fingers. Truly! No humbug I Try Freezone! Your druggist sell* a tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient to rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and calluses, without one particle of pain, soreness or Irritation. Freezone Is the discovery of a noted Cincinnati genius. --Advertisement. ASK FOR and GET Horlick’s The Original Malted Milk for Infants and Invalids Avoid Imitations and Substitutes Marsden Scott Again to Head Printers Unofficial returns In the election of officers of the International Typographi cal Union show that Marsden G. Scott Second Second Floor. i ai Floor. STORE HOURS—Daily, 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. STORE HOURS—Saturday, 8:30 a. m. to 6p. m. t You'll Need a Suit for Travel on Your Vacation Trip and We Are Offering Women sand Misses' S4O -rs $45 SPRING SUITS $ 29.50 A timely event, offering the woman or miss in need of a suit an opportunity—offering suits selected from our higher priced groups—suits that have been selling at ffij $40.00 and $45.00 at $29.50. 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