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It was a ‘ ‘long, long way’’ to the home land of the east or the south of this country for (the pioneer settlers of Indianapolis. The trans fer of money either way meant that someone had to cover the actual distance. I In less time, and with far less inconven ience than they experienced, the foreigner who today makes his home in Indianapolis may send money to his native land. Our Foreign Department takes care of any transaction which involves the sending or Use of money abroad, and is glad to be helpful in every way possible to newcomers to America or to prospective travelers. jFletcbft anil Company Northwest Corner Market and Pennsylvania BOARD OF TRADE ELECTION MONDAY Two Tickets to Contest for Regular Offices. The following tickets are In the field for the annual election of the Indian apolis Board of Trade, which will be held Monday, the polls being open from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.: Regular Ticket—For president, Edward D. Evan; for rice president, Joseph A. Kebler; for treasurer, Tom Oddy; for members of the governing committee tten to be elected), Edward B. Raub, E. Clifford Barrett, Linton A. Cox, George H. Evans, John E. McGettigan, Mark H. Miller. William J. Mooney, Charles C. Ferry, Walter E. Pittsford, Frank A. Witt and I. E. Woodard. Independent Ticket—For president, Ed ward V. Evans; for vice president, Jo seph A. Kebler; for treasurer, Tom Oddy: for members of the governing committee, ten to be elected. Edward B. Raub, Edgar D. Anderson, P. G. Braf ford, Frank A. Bryan, Fermor S. Can non. Otto P. Deluse, Charles E. Hall, William C. Hauelsen. Clyde A. Me- Cardie. R. R. Ragan and Fred A. Vawter. Inasmuch as Mr. Evans, Mr. Kebler and Mr. Oddy have no opposition their election seems assured. The annual dinner of the Board of Trade will be held Saturday evening, June 12, in the dining room of the board. Members are requested to as semble In the board's library at 6 o’clock. The dinner will be followed by an ad dress by the president, Edward B. Raub, and the annual report of the secretary, William H. Howard and the annual re port of the treasurer, Tom Oddy. There will also be informal talks. Took His Time in Using His License PITTSFIELD, Mass.. June 9.—Jules L. Boutelller and Augustine Dulvat, highly respected residents of Great Bar rington, who took out a marriage license in Pittsfield. Oct. 15, 1875. were married for the first time at St. James church rectory in Great Barrington by Rev. Robert Packman, Jr. He is 75 and she is 77. Born in France, they supposed that securing a license was equivalent to marriage, and they had lived as tyusband and wife. Mrs. Boutelller had carefully preserved the license, which was issued by the late Theodore L. Allen, then town clerk. The marriage return came today to City Clerk Michael F. Quinn. Witnesses of the ceremony were Judge Walter B. San ford and Registrar of Deeds Malcolm Douglas. These Robbers Take Everything in Sight Robbers with a taste for variety en tered the jewelry store of C. M. Niles, 2330 East Washington street, today. Niles reported to the police that bur glars stole a box of watch main springs, a box of watch Jewels, several diamond brooches, watch chains, stick pins and breast pins. A set of carpenter tools belonging to M. B. Harding, who was doing carpenter work at the store, also were taken by the thieves. Motor Policemen Dalton and Schlangen investigated. Firemen Ans-.er 297 Alarms During May The record of the fire department for the month of May shows 297 reports turned in, thirty-nine of which were false alarms, making a total of 258 fires during the month. Os this number 187 were in frame buildings, twenty-eight in brick and stucco, and one each in ironclad, rein forced concrete and concrete block build ings. The fire department traveled 2,107.0 niilis in answ&ring the 297 alarms, work ing 233 hours and fifty-nine minute*. The Right Combination Too much imported tobacco makes a cigar heavy, oily; and too much domestic tobacco makes it insipid. Deschler’s Monogram contains just the right proportion of both imported and domestic to suit the tastes of most men. Try one today; 8c and 10c. LOUIS G. DESCHLER CO. INDIANAPOLIS Avoid Imitations by using the full name— DESCHLER’S Monogram &sue c7l£E Quality Clean Teeth Aid to Good Health The secret of good health is no secret. It consists of following a few simple rules: Clean up your mouth. Food, to be properly di gested, must be thoroughly chewed and moistened through and through with saliva. Your stomach can not chew your food for you —it has no teeth. No one can be healthy and happy unless he is free from pain. Bad teeth, sooner or later, will cause misery, loss of sleep and wages. If nature hadn’t intended teeth to be important to us the warning would not be so plain—they wouldn’t ache so when diseased. A dirty mouth often results in pyorrhea, which means that you will constantly be swallowing the pus (germs) that is being produced around the roots of the teeth so afTected. Don’t take poison in this form. It often causes heart disease, rheumatic pain, neuralgia, painful joints, ulcers of stomach, cancer and other long-disabling diseases. Good teeth and clean gums build up the body. The PEOPLE’S DENTISTS 86 WEST W’ASHINGTON ST. Over Gausepohl’s Trunk Store. Sunday, 9 a. m. to 12 m. POSTPONED. On account of the Centennial, the Annual Outing of the Lain Business College has been postponed until Thursday, June 17. LAIN BUSINESS COLLEGE. || AT FI DISKHT AII All the comforts of home. VIU ICL rum I All Absolutely fireproof. Rooms sl, $1.25 and $1.50 Corner Market and New Jersey Sts. Weekly Rate on Application. CLOTHING ON CREDIT . PEOPLE'S CREDIT CLOTHING CO. 46 N. PENNSYLVANIA ST. 2nd FLOOR INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920. FARM PROBLEMS PUT UP TO CITIES Closer Co-Operation Needed to Balance Labor Famine. EAST LANSING, Mich., June 9.—Su perior marketing methods and closer co operation between the consumer and pro ducer are the only remedies seen, by Prof. J. F. Cox of the farm crops de partment at Michigan Agricultural col lege for the present exodus of Michigan farmers from the rural districts, which if continued j at Its present rate for ten years, will leave them depopulated. An adjustment which will bring the purchasing power of the farmer’s com modities to a higher level is necessary, be said. “The farm bureau, with its co operative handling of wool, seed ana grain, will do much to place the business i of farming on a sound basis, but all city residents should be in sympathy with any movements which are made to improve farm life, he said. “During these times of prosperity in many manufacturing lines the farmer can not compete,” says Prof. Cox. “In order to stave off a possible Industrial : calamity, as a result of mounting food prices, due to lack of production through labor shortage, the farmer needs the full co-operation of all who are interested ; in the welfare of the state. “While it is true that the prices or food paid by consumers have increased ! very much over prices of five years ago. | it is nevertheless true that the actual price that the farmer receives for staple crops has increased only from 50 to 100 per cent. “Wheat at $3 a bushel will not pur chase as much today as wheat at $1.50 a bushel several years ago. “The exchange value of wheat for manufactured goods is lower than it was before the war. “Articles of clothing and manufactured goods have Increased for the most part several hundred per cent, leaving the purchasing power of a bushel of beans ot a bushel of wheat only one-half or one-third of what it was five years ago “As never before it is necessary for people on the farm and people In the cities fully to understand each other ana the problems which each class faces. “Interchange of speakers and meeting between chambers of commerce and othev business men’s’ organisations and nearby farm bureaus, granges and farmers' t’.ubs should help show this relatlon j ship." Goodluck Oleomargarine—-Glossbrenner’S. DETROIT VAPOR STOVES PENINSULAR STOVES GURNEY REFRIGERATORS CHENEY PHONOGRAPHS For Sale by HO3SIER OUTFITTING CO 443-6 E. Waah. WANTED—WASTE PAPER Prices highest ever known. Schools, churches, householders. We will call for any amount. WE PAY CASH AMERICAN PAPER STOCK CO. Main <>OS9. Indiana Wall Paper Cos. Retail Store Wholesale Store 51 Virginia Aye. 27-29 E. Maryland HOUSE WIRING And Fixtures a Specialty. Prompt service and eatiefactlou guaranteed. If It’s Electrical—Call Pros. 5572. w ■ ■ / Hemline TISSUE I?* tSTja No sewing or darning. Repairs c'—.hla*. silk, satin, cotton goods, ribbons, fabrics of all kinds, kid gloves, mackintoshes, umbrellas, parasols, stockings, etc. Pack age postpaid. II cents, two packages. 2S cents. Address PENN ri'BI.IMIING CO. Blalrsvllle, Pa. If You Need Glasses or a Change of Lenses You are invited to visit the optical section of the Wm. H. Block Company on the balcony of the main floor. /f== ■■' - - : : = Tlio methods used by all skilled and conscientious optometrists are practically the same. As in other professions, however, the fees charged are variable. For identically the same glasses and for no more skilled or conscientious service some optometrists will charge considerable more than the prices we ask. A \ Dr. Jos. E. Kernel in Charge s' —v x OO iAaO OO $5.25 \ \ j x Screw $4.00 TX- RimO" J $ 5 * 25 /* \ j W I All glasses guaranteed. If 1 1 J I 1 \ lenses need changing during \ y J k jf the first six months, we will y \ J make no charge for changing. $4.50 j * - * $4.50 Wm. H. BLOCK CO. OPTICAL DEPARTMENT DOG HILL PARAGRAFS m H V jagS# 1 : ; Yam Sims, after years of deliberation and mental speculation, has decided to sacrifice himself and his liberty on th; altar" of matrimony, and is ready to re ceive the attentions of any nice young lady who has not already been took and who Is seeking a splendid young hus band. • • • About the only thing everybody In the world is afraid of is a snake. • • • Sile Kildew was noticed going toward the creek this morning with bis fishing pole and bait can, and anybody can guess inside of ten gueeses where he was headed for and what he was going to do. 25% to 50 % Saved —ON— Suits, Coats and Dresses BACK NO. t Q *. Serges, checks, tri- follnei, Pol ret uu,w (Wills. Gaberdines and poplins, which formally sold ns high as SSO: one or two of a style; 5T.... $28.50 RACK NO. 2 f* . Velours, checks, IOHtS p°i' lln ?, n ‘ l >'• ors; all sizes and shades, former price# as E"".... $16.50 BACK NO. t r\ Silk taffetas, IrPCQPC satins, plain ISICdOCd and printed Georgettes, fancy and pleat ed model*, all shades and $21.50 A complete line of summer clothes for ffAand men up <g-| A WEEK Pays The Bill. fjyiww O VZEBCZEZ MF ENGAGEMENT \L WEDDING , !■ RINGS When an engagement or a wedding ring comes from Mullally’s, It means sometbing, for we specialize in these particular rings. For 28 years we have been selling engagement and wedding rings, and we know what you want. Don’t miss seeing our selections. You don’t have to buy, but we know ydu will after seeing our display. Engagement Rings, $30.00 and up. Wedding Kings, $5.00 and up. JD ItA 111 I AM V DIAMOND MERCHANT ■ r . IV!ULLMLL ■ 28 monument place. You Still Have Time All deposits made in a savings account on or before JUNE 10th, will draw in terest from June Ist. This is your opportunity to open a Savings Account, or, deposit all you can in the one you have—and get in terest from the first of the month. / Don’t wait. Do it now. Remember the date—on or before the 10th. We pay 4 y 2 % on Savings MEYER-KISER BANK 136 East Washington Street "Don’t forget that yoar signature on • check should correspond with that on file at the bank.” TheFourTests of a Dentist yLt: Ti K Is. In nothing is more care needed than in selecting a dentist Observe these simple rule* and you will not make a mistake: (1) Find an HONEST man, who will tell you the TRUTH. (2> A SKILLFUL man. i3) An UP-TO-DATE man. Dental methods have totally changed in recent years. And (4) a. man who la CONSIDERATE of his patient's feelings. We are willing to be Judged by these four tests. EITELJORG & MOORE, Dentists Corner Hut Market Street and Circle. (iround Floor. Lady Attendant. TOOLS OF THE CRAFT Exhibit A Books on Advertising W. K. Stewart Cos. XJOINNOW/ Books. Stationery, Office Outfits. 44 East Washington SL BLACK SCREEN WIRE 3/c a Square Foot VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. 120 TO 124 IA ST WASHINGTON STNtET lOaniatol'; etNMAMAK&fi gWCW—CfPMi* <l|s> One reason why Moore field portraits excel is /' A because we consider you ' a human being, not Just MMK another “subject." mm Ninth Floor Kahn Bldg. Complementary Glasses can GLASSES h made to harmonize with your features as colors suit your complexion. Just a little more than ordinary sull and care will do it. tj We are experts in designing as in fitting. The Home of the $4.50 Glasses Invisible Bifocal Far and near vision ground together (not cemented) $8 to sl2 Plus 5 per cent war tax. Hoosier Optical Cos. 148 No. Illinois St. Half block north of Terminal Station. Open Saturday Until 9 p. m. Dr. C. A. Clark None genuine Without This Signature Dr. Curtiss Clark’s Auto-Brake Renewer Make Your Brakes Safe, Silent and Sure For automobile brakes, clutched fan belts; also a preventive for tm leather belts. Sold by all up-to-date dealers. Dr. Clark's Chemical Lab oratories, manufacturers, 5401 Ingle side Ave., Chicago, 111. COc a tube. Large cans. $2.00. LILLY HARDWARE CO. Distributors 114-118 East Washington St. Indianapolis, Ind. Bell Phone Automatic Phone Main 500. 21-346. fIMIMIt K. Washington . Van Briggle Natural Hair Restorer Dandruff Remover Removes Dandruff, stops Itching scalp and falling hair. It freshens hair growth. ASK TOUR DRrGGIST. Will Mar Your Appearance an.f Impair Y'our Health. Let our dental experts make them sound and attractive so you will re tain your good appearance and health. Our charges are reasonable and onr terms easy to pay. New York Dentists 41 East Washington Street 204 SAKS BUILDING iI'ENN. AND WASH. 3TBL MADISON AND RAY. FOUNTAIN SQUARE. MERIDIAN AND MORRIS. Fine Decorated Apm nmm 42-Piece Set of \ DINNERWARE V • • • ** See our open stock of Dinnerware. Little Furniture Store 211 E. Washington St.