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ALL GERMANY IS FOUND AT RACES Proletariat Fights to Get to Betting Machines. B3TB Li IK, July Ri—Democracy kta real ly reached Germany. The racetracka ahow that, If all other algos were mlaalng. The hundreds of thousands who cow attend the race meet* In Hamburg, Knhleben, Grunewald, Frankfurt and Breeden are “of the people.” The pomp and display that marked racing back in the kaiser's days are gone. The big crowds who now attend are working folks, and they are taking this amusement with all the gusto and en thusiasm that their former masters had. The ‘‘kaiser's box” at one of the su burban tracks Is still barred off. Just as the middle roadway through the Bran danburg gate Is acarcaly used—from a force of habit which reserved the place to royalty. But the logs* and all the Tine place* ar taken now by proletarians for, with increased wages, and with no appreciable increase In the price of tickets, the work ing man can enjoy his afternoon'* out ing without nicking his pocketbook par ticularly. The most amazLng feature of the racing game, however, is the way in which the public spends Its money on race gamb ling. The “fotaUsator” method is used, and hundreds of thousands of marks flow af ter other hundreds of thousand* into the machines. It is next to impossible to get to the machines in which the few-odd marks are bet; hut strangely enough the crowds seeking to make higher bets are even larger than those of the small bettors. GORDON’S— m as® W -ON- WEES' “Worth-While” Furniture 15% to 25% Discount on Hundreds of Specials for Saturday During This Sale $5.00 Delivers Any Article Up to $65.00 July Clearance of Bedroom Furniture Steel Bed, Spring This special 3-piece suite in jg -a and MattreSS walnut or mahogany, spe- k i j l jf Full size steel bed in Vernis || Martin or white finish; a Three-piece Suites in ivory, walnut or mahogany strong woven wire spring and other suites, reduced 15% to 25%. and a full 451 b; cott,,n tO P Fourth Piece Extra. mattress. Special, $23.50. aI ■ m iim ■■ill Clearance o: L|l £ Turkish Rockers Ti. ht BiMti.ili. or OT.r. Top Ice refriger- and h CA /txi -i , Floor sample sale of imitation * ror r. ; 1 V‘ ou Phonographs not leather upholster y M cr . small tomes and ■ # • l j cd Turkish rock $• J A .50 apartments. As A C lllCluded. ) era. Spring HeatTXfcl. low as ' Special for Satur- m Jk EASY TERMS. V day Cl ec * Davenport Suite A man’s wardrobe, in golden Upholstered in mutation Spanish Leather, over full or fumed oak. i.ots of spare set of oil-tempered springs. Prices start at— for clothing, furnishings, etc. A x ° Specials offered as low as— WKttS $29.50 j $69.50 ( " " During This Sale We Will Give a Special Discount to Cash Customers - - ■ ■ - - ■ - ■ - “ Special Special 127-129 East Washington St. a” ’HENRY’ AUTHOR DISCUSSES METHOD And Telia How He Wrote the Famous Stories Indianapoll* ha* had a vary interest ing character In town the laat few day*. Samuel Marwln la lit* name and he Is noted for writing the famous “Henry” stories. Mr. Merwln Is here assisting Stuart Walker In directing the reuearsals of “Temperamental Henry,” a play written by Merwln and which will be presented at the Murat next Monday night for the first time on any stage. The manner In which Mr. Merwln be gan his task of building up the charac ter of Henry Is most Interesting. ‘‘l sat down,” he says, “and wrote lists of things that a boy of eighteen might be thinking about. “X wrote down everything I could think of under the head of ‘susceptibilities and affections.’ “Then came money, not in the finan cial sense, but in the sense that the boy had to have it for flowers or for hiring a dress suit. “In order came ‘Thoughts of a Career,' next ‘Religion,’ then ‘Education,’ and last of all, ‘Work.’ “Religion has a way of rushing up in a boy, you know. “Os course, I will never be able to use all tbe material because one has to con dense so in the type of story I am writ ing. However, It Is a fascinating form to write In and I enjoy it.’’ In making a dramatisation of his books, “Temperamental Henry” and “Henry Is Twenty,” Mr. Merwln found it quite easy sailing. He has combined the more Interesting details of his stories In the play, and one in seeing it unfolded act by act before the footlights gets the impression much more vividly that the boy Is alive and a real person than from the novela. It is said. -!- -I- -I GIRLS, DOROTHY GISH LETS OPT A BIG SECRET. How to attract men. That ia a receipt that la forever sought by the fairer sex. What Is It? Well, If you Insist, here It Is. Dorothy Gish discovered It Instead of shortening her skirt to the knees, Dorothy makes faces at the men wbo are passing, and shows her husband that she is not without charm and at traction. She demonstrates this method In ‘‘Re modeling a Husband,” now at the Isis. She has a hard time taming her hus- ASPIRIN Name “Bayer’' on Genuine “Beyer Tablets of Aspirin" Is genuine Aspirin proved aafo by millions and pre scribed by physician* for over twenty years Aocopt only an unbroken “Bayer package,” which contain* proper direc tions to relieve Headset*. Toothache, Baracha, Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Colds and pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tab lets coat few cent*. Druggist* alao sail large- “Bayer package*." AapWn U trade mark Bayer acetic* cl deeter of SaUcy Ucactdc-^dver tiatintni ... INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. band, who is one of those men who think there la a sprig of mistletoe above every pretty girt. -!- -I- -I ---ON VIEW TODAY. The amusement lineup today ia as fol lows: Summer vaudeville at the Lyric, Keith's, Broadway and Rialto; “The “Gypsy Trail,” at the Murat; ‘‘Dollars and Sense,” at Mlater Slmth's; “The Fig urehead,” at the Colonial; “Sand,’’ at the Alhambra; “The Best of Luck,” at the Ohio; “Yea or No," at the Circle; “Huck leberry Finn,” at English's, and a double bill at the Regent. of Sales! tammmmmmmmmmaam mmeammmmmmmtmmMa maamtamsm i ■ugnHBaBHHBHBi Tomorrow Morning We Shall Offer Thousands of Pairs of Pumps, Oxfords, Ties and Sport Shoes for Women—All Brand New Beautiful dull black kid or brilliant patent leather pumps with hand-turned soles and Louis heels —worth up to SB.OO a pair anywhere else! At $4.98, the latest styles in Havana brown or genuine vici kid oxfords with college last and military heels—shoes of the very highest quality, UNOBTAINABLE at other stores for less than $9.00 a pair! If you are at all familiar with our values, you know that no store anywhere sells shoes at such closely marked prices as we do. We can sell slices at lower regular prices and less profit, because we sell more than 4 million pairs a year through our 300 stores in the United States. But now we arc going to do something we have never done before. We are going to sell you these shoes at tremendous reductions —at prices that cut deep into their cost. Why do we do this 1 ? Because we have lined up with the biggest retail merchants in all of the principal cities in the United States to smash high prices. We are the leaders in this city of this nation-wide movement, and before we get through high prices for shoes will be a thing of the past. You can imagine the enormous demand we will have for these shoes tomorrow. Fortunately we have increased our salesforce so that we will be able to handle the crowds easily. Bear in mind the regular money-saving prices are stamped on every carton. You know exactly what your saving is. These shoes are all first quality NEWARK Shoes, new this season, and are avail able in a full range of sizes. COME TOMORROW BY ALL MEANS Shoe Retailer, in the World—3oo Store. iq 100 Cities 7 North Pennsylvania, Odd Fellow Building 164 North Illinois St. Ball of Fire Does Circus Stunts NORRISTOWN, Pa., July O.—A baU of fire -which came down In the midst of a thunderstorm did some circus stunts In the business center of Norristown. After jumping from building to building for a considerable distance, the ball ran Into the switchboard of the Keystone Tele phone Company. The operators were thrown Into a panic and when the Jan itor ran to the corner and Inserted tue key In the fire alarm box he was knocked to the ground and rendered unconscious. Old-Time Custom Proves Expensive CANON CITY, Colo., July O.—John Trails believed In old-fashioned wedding celebration*, where the guests might drink to the health of the newlyweds in something stronger than grapejuloo Ho was fined fIOO and costs by a Jus tice of tbe peace the following morning for “giving away” liquor at his daugh ter's wedding reception. Small Town Holds Elopement Record FEEDING HILLS, Maas., July r- An epidemic f elopements has struck this town, for within the last two weeks there have been five each runaway matches in a village which has a pop ulation of less than GOO. The latest elopement was of Boy J. Hamilton, son of Jamea H. Hamilton, the village’s leading storekeeper, and Miss Martha Hooper, a nurse. TWATCUES! AND I JEWELRY Apron fk W T* lo dignified and square | A %\ deal credit system at § !|a %\ the Rite Bhop will ap- | H %\peal to you. Open a § Mr charge account and | BaySa. \ pay for a diamond | IHL \or watch while | \ wearing it, in § £gy * \ payments ass |P%\\ little as SI.OO | Kai&fo. \ \ a week. | LOCAL ENGINEER RELIEVED OF BAD CRAMPS IN BOWELS Terre Haute man has had chronic diarrhoea for the past three years; severe cramps in his bowels; no appetite; back ached so he couldn't stoop, reach up, or lift any weight Has taken three bottles of the new root and herb remedy, Oreco, and is now well and strong. Mr. B. G. Garrison, the well-known engineer with the Banford Coal Com pany, who lire* at 700 South Second street, Terre Haute, Ind., saysi “I hare had diarrhoea, with severe cramping in my bowels, for the past three years. Every movement of my bowela would be accompanied by sharp pains and the movement! were very frequently, which weakened me dsaait* fully. "I hadn't any appetitet evarythtawjf ate seemed to disagree with me, and sols stead of digesting, it would causing acid gas to form, bloating rot up and increasing the pain. My batilt ached so I couldn’t stoop, reach BP at lift tny weight. “I took many different medtdaea 14 my effort to get back my health, bus they only furnished temporary rettafc One day I read in the Dreco boo Mm statements of reliable people, tailing of the great amount of good Dreco had done for them, and I made up my mind then and there that I would give It * chance to do aa much for me. “1 have now taken three bottlag t this splendid medicine, and have W more of that weakening, painful rhoea; my stomach la in excellent con dition and I can eat and enjoy three good meals a day.” Dreco acta gently on the bowels, cans* lng them to expel, in a normal way, the wastes of the body, without pain or distress. All druggists now sell Dreco, and it is being especially Introduced in lu dlanapolis. by Clark & Cade’s Claypool tfttel drug store. —Advertisement After you eat—always usa —one or two tablets—eat like candy. Ins tantlyrelievesHeartburn, Bloated Gassy Feeling. Stops indigestion, food souring, repeating, headache and the many miseries caused by Acid-Stomach EATONIC is the best remedy, it takes the harmful acids and gases right out of the body and, of course, you get well. Tens of thousands wonderfully benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded by your own drug gist. Cost a trifle. Please try itl Sore and Tender Gums Saturate a piece of cotton with Dr. Porter’s 1 Antiseptic Healing Oil and place it against the sore gums. It relieves instantly, takes out all inflammation and heals the sore gums. 30c per bottle.