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RAID AND BURN Belligerents Seize Property of English Nobleman. LONDON, June 1. —A band of men, masked and armed, raided the fog 6igna! station at Mizzenhead on the Atlantic coast in 'County Cork, Ireland, and re moved the signaling apparatus, said a Dublin dispatch to Dally Express today. A ■warning has been issued to mariners not to rely upon fog signals on the southwestern coast of Ireland, according to the paper. Two hundred raiders surrounded Mul- Ilvat, in Kilkenny county, with the in tention of catting telephone wires and attacking the barracks, but were scat tered by a patrol of British troops. Two hundred Irish workers at West port seized fifty-six acres of Lord Sligo’s estate and drove off the cattle, installing their own stock, according to an Ex change Telegraph dispatch from Cork. Sinn Feiners at Clones burned the Union Jack in the public square, the dispatch added. The flag was taken from a memorial tablet. The courthouse, workhouse and old castle at Newmarket were burned. Parliament is expected to give much of its attention to the Irish question when it reconvenes this afternoon. Sir Hamar Greenwood, chief secretary for Ireland, was expected to # take an active part in the discussion. ! v 33 Twi in Tbi, S.im I.o„tlon. Bargain Bargain Day St. Day"' Three Blocks West—Easy to Find and Worth Finding. y ‘ -J rp "■ —====== s Winners! J Wednesday what these Wednesday Bargain Squares are—winners! tjr A jL>' & ' & | ffj Let us remind you again that every JU jt\ JL\ mJI JljL a Bargain Square is a cut price—lower than our regular low prices. No Jf 7 f\ in* f , phone, C. 0. D. or mail orders on Bar- , Sl|jr\ gC F* gain Square items, Women’s Aprons Women’s Coverall Aprons, full size that cover the dregs completely; excel lent quality, light and dark percale; $1.98 to $2.25 quality, WEDNESDAY ONT.Y $1.49 Each Main Floor Hair Switches Fine quality hair switches, natural wavy hair; well made and full 2S-incb length; 3-stem style; a $3.85 value. WEDNESDAY ONLY $2.85 Each Main Floor Union Suits Women's fine ribbed Rich elieu sleeveless union suits, round and V-neck styles, with band and crochet taped neck and arms, wide knee, lace trimmed or shell stitched; sizes 4, 5 and 6: slightly imperfect; $1 suits. WEDNESDAY ONLY Suit (3 for $2.00) Main Floor Stockings Boys’ heavy ribbed triple blue stockings; fast black, seamless foot; double sole, Buster Brown brand ; sizes 7 to 10; slight imperfec tions : worth up to 75c. WEDNESDAY ONLY 43<* Pair (S pairs, $1.23) Main Floor Women’s Kose Women’s fine gauge lisle finish hose; black, while and cordovan; seamless foot; spliced sole; some with semi - fashioned seamed leg; first quality, WEDNESDAY ONLY 33 o Pair (3 pairs, 95c) Main Floor Women’s Gloves Elbow length black silk gloves, sizes - 6 and 6V4; broken sizes women's white and black 2-clasp wrist length gloves; also all sizes wrist length tau and brown silk gloves; broken lots; worth tip to $1.50; while supply lasts, WEDNESDAY ONLY 59d Pair jfain Hoor Dresser Scarfs Dresser scarfs: anew lot Just received. They are lace trimmed; 18xtW-inch size; extra good cotton centers; 98c regular price, WEDNESDAY ONLY 55£ Each Main Floor Silk Bags Women’s silk bags, chain or silk handles; inside fit tings; black, navy and taupe; our $2.9S values. WEDNESDAY ONLY $1.59 Each Main Floor Petticoats Women’s petticoats, of muslin or pink batiste; lr.ee or embroidery trim med: very special for WEDNESDAY ONoY $1.39 Second Floor Identify Body of Man Found Dead Acute gastritis and heart trouble were the causes of the death of John Har rington, 716 South Missouri street, ac cording to Coroner Rdbinson’s verdict today. Harrington’s body was found in a room in the basement of the Oneida ho tel, 216 South Illinois street, yesterday morning, but was not identified until last night. He was a foreman of the city street repair department. Harrington is survived by a brother, Thomas Harrington, of Mattoon. 111., and two sisters. Mrs. M. Griffith and Mrs. M. Sweeney of Indianapolis. Hold Driver in Crash Which Hurts Woman Mrs. Susan Fisher, living at the Vera flats. Illinois and Fifteenth streets, is recovering from injuries received when an automobile in which she was riding was side-wiped by a car driven by a man giv ing his name as Clarence Belt. 20. of 2136 Broadway, at Twenty-fourth street and Capitol avenue at 9:30 o'clock last uight. Mrs. Fisher, who was riding iu an auto mobile driven by her son-in-law, Frank Callahan, accompanied by Mrs. Callahan, Mrs. Arman and her daughter. 720 Sanders street, was the only person in jured. Belt was arrested charged with drunk- Printed Voiles 40-lneh printed voiles, large and small flora!, scroll and figure desigus; regular S9c value, WEDNESDAY ONLY 690 Yard Main Floor TV M. C. Silk Yard wide, splendid qual ity silk for dresses, un derwear, waists, etc.: in white, pink, sky. Copen, etc.; *1.98 value, • WEDNESDAY ONLY $1.59 Yard Main Floor Men’s Suits Choice of any men’s or young men’s suits In the store, including plain blue end black serges, WEDNESDAY ONLT 20 Off Main Floor Boys’ Suits Fancy casslmerc end blue serge suits for boys; ev ery suit all wool; sizes 7 'to .18. WEDNESDAY ONLY $12.75 Main Floor Men’s Pants Fine pants for men, [n all wool, fau'y serges, worst eds, cassimeres and blue serges; all sizes, WEDNESDAY ONLY $8.65 Pair Main Floor Boys’ Pants Fancy casrimere pants for boys. with reinforced seams; sizes 7 to ll>; reg ■iar $1.98 value, WE ONE SDA Y ONLY $1.39 Pair Main Floor Women’s Sailors White Milan braided sail or hats, just the tbinc- for hot weather; special lot for WEDNESDAY ONLY $3.93 Each Second Floor Women’s Hats Untrimmed shapes tor women, in good colors; medium Eizo; very special for WEDNESDAY ONLY 79£ Each Second Floor Percales Standard dress percales, in navy, gray or light styles; stripes and fig ures; extra quality nud fast colors, 33c value, WEDNESDAY ONLY Yard Basement Muslins Sft-ineh unbleached mus lin. round thread quality; length* to nine yards; to 24c value, WEDNESDAY ONLY 17£ Yard Basement Infants’ Gowns Muslin gowns for infants; embroidery or hemstitched ruffle; big value, WEDNESDAY ONLY , 59£ Each Second Floor enness and operating an automobile while under the Influence of liquor. The police report of the accident refers to driver as “Dr. Beltz, driver of a Franklin car, license 152785,’’ but the records of the secretary of state's office show that license was issued to C. X. Bernard, 1637 Ashland avenue, for use on a Buiek automobile. On the “slate’’ in the turnkey's office the name appears as Clarence Belt, garage owner. He was released on bond. Charity Organization to Make Its Report A six months' report of the work of the Charity Organization society will be read at a dinner of the society at the Lincoln hotel tonight by Eugene C. Fos ter, general secretary. Father Francis H. Gavisk will address the meeting on “Social Service,” and Evans Woollen will present to the organ ization in behalf of the board of directors a picture of John H. Holliday, who served the organization as president for twenty-five years. Elwood Postmaster Renamed by Wilson WASHINGTON, June l.—The nomina tions of the following for reappointment as postmasters were made by the presi dent today : Louis ,T. Leavy, Jr., New Brunswick, Ga.; Herbert F. Carpenter, Elwood, Ind. Parlor Brooms 5-sewed parlor brooms, best grade Illinois corn; smooth handle; extra quality; 79c value (limit three), \A EDNESDAY ONLY 49<* Each Basement ■jar-j.j: . . i Window Screens 30x45 Continental exten sion window screens, best grade screen wire, cloth covering, hirino o and frames; $1.35 value. WEDNESDAY ONLY Each Basement Boys* Overalls ‘ Boys’ Brownie overalls, blue and white striped, made with bib and side pockets; ages 4 to 8 years; 85c value, WEDNESDAY ONLY 53£ Pair Basement Men’s Socks Men’s fine gauge lisle and mercerized lisle socks. Notaseme and other brands, fully reinforced; black, white and other colors (soma slightly Im perfect) ; up to 50c value, WEDNESDAY ONLY 29<? Pair Main Floor Union Suits Men’s fina gauge elastic ribbed an(V ecru cotton union suits; large flap, button seat, closed crotch; military shoul ders; short or long sleeves, ankle length; sizes 34 to 40 (some slightly imperfect), other wise, $2.00 value. W EDNESDAY ONLY \ $1.39 Suit 2 Suit*, $2.75. Main Floor. Turkish Towels Special quality Turkish towels, plain white or with blue border: bath room size, worth 59.: regu larly, W EDNESDAY’ ONLY 45£ Each Al&tn Floor. Tussah Silk Pretty brocaded patterns Tussah silk. In white, Nile, maize, sky, rose, lavender, etc.; 24 Inches wide; 59c quality, WEDNESDAY ONLY 43£ Yard • Main Floor. Mattresses Cotton mattresses, full size, 45 pounds; well made, filled with clean cotton, covered with fan cy art tick, rolled edge; regular $16.50 value. W EDNESDAY ONLY $10.45 Each Third Floor Work Shirts Men’s indigo blue work shirts, Boss best make; double stitched yoke hack, faced sleeve; made with pocket: sizes 14>4 to 17; regular $1.75 grade, WEDNESDAY ONLY $1.49 Each Main Floor. Congoleum Congoleum floor corering, 6 feet wi le, neat, new pat terns; slightly Imperfect; water proof; regular fl 00 qualitv. WEDNESDAY ONLY 650 Sq. Yd. Third Floor Pillows Feather pillows, size 14x25; filled with clean feathers, covered with feather-proof art tick; regular $2.50 pglr value. WEDNESDAY ONLY 85£ Each Third Floor White Oxfords Women’s and growing girls' white washable ox fords, with white soles and heels; beautiful models of the $3.08 kind. WEDNESDAY’ ONLY $2.89 Pair Main Floor White Boots Women's white canvas lace boots, with high or low covered heels: $3.00 boots. WEDNESDAY ONLY $1.69 Pair Main Floor Mary Janes Misses’ and children’s white canvas oxfords and Mary Jane pumps; sizes up to 2; the $2.00 kinds. WEDNESDAY ONLY $1.69 Pair Main Floor 9x12 Rugs Axminster rugs, size 9x12; floral and oriental pat terns; rich, deep, heavy pile: regular $59.30 value. Slightly imperfect. WEDNESDAY ONLY $46.75 Each Third Floor Middy Suits Extra selection of middy suits, in maize, rose, blue; regulation style; sizes 16 to 22: regular *6.00 values. WEDNESDAY’ ONLY $4.19 Suit Second Floor Bloomers Children's bloomers. In black or white sateen; sizes 6 to 10 years; special lot. WEDNESDAY ONLY Pair Second Floor Union Suits Roys’ plain white jersey ribbed union suits; nicely made, with quarter-sleeves and knee length; sizes 8 to 16 rears: great values WEDNESDAY ONLY Suit (2 suits, $1.35) Main Floor Waists Women’s white waists, of voile and dimities, with round or square neck, neatly trimmed with lace and embroidery. WEDNESDAY ONLY’ $1.39 , Second Floor INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. The Right Thing at the Right Time By MARY MARSHALL S. DCFFEE. v y First Table Manners Good table manners are certainly not inherited. It is not instinctive with any children to conform to the requirements lished by adults regarding the correct way to behave at meal times. Solid Sore From Head to Foot With Eczema “ Once a toll'd ore now completely well. That’* what Ur. John H. Beck of Norn* City, Illinois, *ay* about hi* boy. He write*: “The boy that we have been doctoring with D.D.D. i* completely well. Hewa* a solid sore all over hi* head and body, and dow you cannot tell be ever had anything wrong with him." Why not try D.D.D. today and be convinced? Relief, at once, from itching and burning. Your money back if the first bottle doe* not bring relief. Sic,oocandsl.oo. Try D.D.D. Soap, too. D.D.X3. IML lotion for Shin Disease ’MAN’S BEST AGE A man is as old as hia organa; he can be as vigorous and healthy ai 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with COLD MEDAL The world’s standard remedy for kidnap liver, bladder and urij acid trouble* rile* 1096; corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three sizes, Look for the name Col J Medal on every Us *ai accept oo iuiUlua f* ■—r Just Say Pyramid I to any druggist. It is the magic word for Pyramid Pile ! Treatment. Everywhere you go there is sure to be some i one to tell you of the won j derful relief experienced* . I after using this treatment for I j itchvg, bleeding or protruding | piles or hemorrhoids. 60 cent* a box anywhere la the United States or Can ada. , l ♦ J AMUSEMENTS. Race Week Special Chas. Mack & Cos, Irish Comedy “A Friendly Call" Marshall Montgomery Marvelous Ventriloquist Dixon, Bowers & Dixon 3 Country Bumpkins Melnotte & Leedom Harvey & Caryl Art Brown and “Yank” 2 Foto News Films Dally at 2:30, 7:30, 9 P. M. ilEf™ mfjM Mnta. Wed., Thar*. & but., 3:30 IS The Stuart Walker Cos. I TWO KISSES VT A New Comedy by 3 Harry .lumen Smith g Author of “The Tailor-Muds Man.” • PR IP P’S Eves., 36c, 50c, $1 riULLd Mats., 25c-50c Next Week—“ The Miracle Man" , W* V jgi ALL THIS WEEK PAT WHITE and HIS Naw Gaiety Girls Supported by an All-Star Cast [ ( TliU coupon unci 10 cents entitle lady to reserved seat at any nmtinee during week. , ' ] '3&/wadwair\ r’^TiTrrmm NOW SHOWING 8 BIG FEATURES AND THE JUKSJI URLS _ JACK DEMPSEY Ladies’ Bargain Matinees EVERY MON.—WED.—FRI. RIALTO ] 10 a. m. to 13 p. m.—Continuous. Special Race Week Program MADLAINE TRAVERSE IN THE IRON HEART Ladies’ Jet coupon at this theater good at the Broadway Mon., Wed. and Frl. matinees. • They are all little primitives and give us some Idea of the probable table man ners of our suvage ancestors thousands of years ago. But there is every good reason why we should teach small children early how they should eat. It is Important from the point of view of health as well as of behavior. % The first day a child eats solid food is none too soon to teach him that he should not swallow food whole, that be should take small mouthfuls and that he should pause between morsels. Food the Problem of the Hour 2079 MOTION PICTURES. KATHERINE MacDONALD © || “Passion’s Playground” y§|^ A Romance of Monte Carlo jPli' rcL Mack Sennett Comedy, "LET 'EK GO." \. V. Tlie Clrclette of News ■ —Li—-L*..?. ' —!..'")i , .,.i ■Hi 1 ”'." AMUSEMENTS. U CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE I "Look Pleasant" — L Brlr.damour & Cos., I'auline Saxon Duo. Marie Sweeney, Blanche and Jlpunie Creighton, Mile. Verotello 4 Cos.. Dave Manley. Christy Film, Farce, ‘‘Petticoats and Pants.’’ * * Dancing In the Lyric Ballroom Afternoon and Evening. **’ The Park for Happiness Now Open Daily BROAD RIPPLE Free MOVIES BATHING BOATING DANCING BEAD “POE SALE—BEAL ESTATE” IK TIMES If, when a child Is fed by adults, he Is allowed to. let food drip on his bib and to remain on his lips he will become ac customed to this. • If, however, his mouth and lips ar£ kept spotless then this becomes habitual and the seeds of good manners are sowed. A famous child specialist says that one of the most important things a nurse or parent can do for a child is to teach him early good habits of eating. It is absurd to let a child in the nurs ery eat any way it seems to care for— dropping crumbs all about It, making a loud clatter with spoons and dishes and in general behaving like a nice little human pig, and then to expect when that child is older and comes to the dining room that it will be a docile, pupil in acquiring good manner*. SENATE CONFIRMS NOMINATION. WASHINGTON, June I.—The senate today confirmed the nomination of Wil liam L. Frierson of Chattanooga, Tenn., to be solicitor-general. HP HE need for food has the world in its grip. To produce more food we must depend upon gasoline power on the farm to multiply the efficiency of the man-power available. The fol’owing interesting compari son of man-power, vs. machine power, required per acre is illu minating: Crop Man—Hours Man—Honrs (l acre) By Hand By Machine Barley 64 .... . 4.25 Corn 89 7-70 Cotton .... 168 79 Hay ...... 21 8.45 Oats 66 4.25 Potatoes.... 109 88 Rice 62 17 Rye 63 4.25 Wheat .... 61 4.25 The United States has changed from an agri cultural into a semi-industnal nation. Never again will it see the day when 97 percent of its population dwells on farms. Yet the fact remains that the United States must feed itself, and the only way this can be done is through intensive soil cultivation, made pos sible by automotive machinery. On the farms of the Middle West the gaso line tractor, truck, and automobile are multi plying the productiveness of man-power, and are doing their part in furnishing an adequate supply of food-stuffs. Throughout this great section the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has developed a sys tem of distribution which injures the farmer an adequate supply of gasoline and lubricating oils. This system is based upon huge storage depots, fed from three large modern refineries. Anticipation of possible difficulties is but one of the many burdens the Standard Oil Com pany (Indiana) assumes in order that con sumers of the Middle West may have their wants supplied. Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 910 So. Michigan Ave. a Chicago, 111. M OTIO N PICT UR ES. SIMMER SEASON S CREEN SENSATIONS PRIAI ICU’C CONTINUOUS tNbLIaH all until Tip, an. THIS WEEK ADOLPH ZUKOR JOHN BARRYMORE in , DR. JEKYLL *! MR. HYDE BY ROBERT LOLIS STEVENSON I The Greatest Drama of Dual Personality Ever Written— | The Finest Piece of Character Acting Ever Filmed. | BURTON HOLMES OTHER SCREEN TRAVELOGUE DIVERTISEMEXTS SUK ffIMANIM J MC * OT - SttM n CALK© WIVES' 1 u ’■ WKFK vIUUMIW 1W "THE DARK MB&JgM fc CHRISTY COMEDY POX NKAt*-xc’ ‘Jpfe I ■■ i ,r i H. C. Gilbert Funeral ( Is Held From Home The funeral of Harry C. Gilbert, who died at his home, 1300 North Pennsylva nia street, Sunday, was held at 10:30 this morning from the late hoce. Mr. Gilbert was president of the Harrv C. Gilbert Company, merchandise of this city, and was prominently Iden tified for years with several of the lead ing clubs and organizations of the city.