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CHARGES SHE WAS, KIDNAPED BY MAN 15-Year-Old Girl Says She Fought for Days. Robert Jones, 23, and White Thomas, 18, both of Norton, Va„ reported viola tors of the Mann act, are In the Marlon j county jail today In default of $5,000 and $2,000 bonds set by United States Com missioner Charles W. Moores yesterday afternoon. Two girls, Mildred Wampler, 14, Nor ton, Ya„ and Elizabeth Waycaster, 15, Bald Creek, N. C., who are said to have been taken from Norton 1a„ by Jones and Thomas, are held as witnesses un der SI,OOO bonds. The bond of the Waycaster girl was signed by her father, W. J. Waycaster, Bald Creek, and she was taken home, but the Wampler girl is held In default of bond. The two men were arrested at Bloom ington Wednesday by the police, wnen the Waycaster girl told of arrangements the two men had made. The Waycaster girl, who says she was kidnapped by Jones, said she had tried several times since they left Norton, to inform the police, but that Jones always frustrated her plans. It is said Jones, who is a taxi driver, is married and has a wife and two chil dren, and that he had been separated from his wife only about a week when he left Norton, July 10. The Bloomington police. It is said, took a letter from Jones written to the wife of another man in Virginia, which stated he wished he had brought her Instead of the girl that he did get, because she had betrayed him. William J. Waycaster said the matter was a prearranged affair between Jones and Thomas, and that It only happened that his daughter was visiting her cousin, the Wampler girl, when the arrange ments matnred. The Wampler girl and Thomas both told the court that when they left Nor ton they intended to go to Detroit to-get married and that they had hired Jonea to take them. They said they were willing and want ed to get marled now, If they could, but tha court would not consent. The Waycaster girl said ahe started on the trip with Jones and her cousin, Mil dred Wampler, when they told her they were going to the county seat to get married. When they passed through the county seat she said they told her they would take her to the next town and she could return by train as they had arranged to go to another town to be married. The Waycaster girl said It was a con tinuous fight against Johes from the time that they left Norton. Va„ until they were picked up by the police at Bloomington. Society Mrs. Anna Hollbrook of Philadelphia is the house guest of Mrs. Cora Zaring, 2045 Broadway. • • 111. and Mrs. Don Tullls and sons, Don and James, will leave today on a motor trip to Charlevoix, Mich., and Cleveland, O. From there they will go to Atlantic City, where they will re main until Sept. 1. • • • Mrs. Ila Sink and daughter. Miss Martena, and Mrs. Ed Johnson, 2630 North Illinois street, who have been spending several days near Mooresville, have returned to their home. * • * Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bent of Kenton, 0., will come Monday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Bitter, 27 Lex ington avenue. • • • Miss Dicia Adelaide Earls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Earls, and Ora C. Ball were married yesterday morning at SS. Peter and Paul cathed ral, Bishop' Joseph Chartrand officiating. Miss Anna Maher, organist, gave a group of bridal airs preceding the cere mony, changing to the wedding march for the processional. Miss Ethel Earls, sister.of the bride, was the maid of honor, and Herman Maher acted as best man. The bride wore a blue trlcotlne suit with hat to match, and a corsage of bride roses. Mr. and Mrs. Ball will be at home After Aug. 1 at 1244 North Illinois street. • • • Mrs. Paul Koebeler, 1112 Hamilton avenue, will be the hostess for the Phi Gamma Rno sorority, which will meet tonight to plan for a picnic Sunday. Miss Jewel and .Tames Biddy. Roy Bradley. Thomas Crabill and Miss Edna Bradley, accompanied by Mrs. P. L. Bid dy, 812 Elm street, will leave Monday for Tellowstone park to spend a month. • * • Miss Elisabeth Patterson of the Stuart Walker Company will be a special guest at the dinner given by the Woman’s City club Friday, Rug. 13, In the club tea room. Mm. I DeWave Payne will be In charge of arrangements. Each member of the club may bring •use guest. * * • Miss Murt McHugh, lfw> Harrison street, will go to Louisville today to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. Craig. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I. French, 4410 North Pennsylvania street, who have been spending a fortnight at Lake Manl too, have returned home. • • • Miss Lydia Zumpfe, 1215 North Ala bama street, entertained with a dinner party last night, in honor of the birth day anniversary of her father, W. A. Zumpfe. The guests included Dr. and Mrs. 8. R. Artman, Miss Nellie Burke and Mrs. Amelia Niedings. • mm Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenburg nnd son, David, of Cleveland are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rothschild in the Alexander apartments. Mrs. Greenburg formerly was Miss Freda Rothschild of this city. Tan, Red or Freckled Skin Is Easily Shed To free your summer-soiled skin of Its muddiness, freckles, blotches or ten, the best thing to do is to free yourself of the skin Itself. This is easily accom plished by the use of ordinary merco lized wax, which of course can he had at any drugstore. Use at night as you use cold cream, washing it off in the morning. Immediately the offending surface skin begins to come off in fine powder-like particles. Gradually the en tire outer scarf skin is absorbed, with out the least harm or Inconvenience. The second layer of skin now in evi dence presents a spotless whiteness and sparkling beauty obtainable in no other way. One ounce of mercollzed wax is sufficient to completely renovate a bad complexion.—Advertisement. Mothers A&peaant s.-5j Mothers cf SWry Absolutely Safe c / it AH Drunttf \ SpxU BaoUrt HrSjSu.d a mi Bib;, frm WUPfnmp REGULATOR CO. Dtrr t-O. atxaktv Ca Salvation Army’s Barrel Is Opened Miss Emily Traugott, who for ten days has been gathering nickels in front of Jack Rohr’s store, in the Hotel Severln, for the Salvation Army home service fund, today opened her barrel. The barrel was opened In the presence of Lloyd P. Hooper of Detroit, provincial director of the campaign, and L. R. May, Marion county director. Miss Traugott continued to rake in nickels the rest of the day with the con tents of the barrel exposed to the public. It was the intention to deliver the bar rel to Salvation Army officials at 5 o’clock this afternoon. Recent SSO contributions 'received at campaign headquarters are from W. H. Coleman, Levey Printing Company, Hol comb & Hoke and the Indianapolis Light and Heat Company. Other contributors are Leonard M. LEMON JUICE FOR FRECKLES Girts! Make beauty lotion for a few cents —Try it! Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing* three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have • quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and complexion beautlfier, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of 'orchard white for a few cents. Masssge this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how dear, soft and rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes I It is harmless and never irritate*.—Ad vertisement. STOUT’S $1.95 SHOE £L— WEEK il! Os Mens and Ladies Shoes Beginning Saturday, July 24th, for one week. We have in this sale one big group of broken lot shoes containing values up to SB.OO, in ladies’ and men’s low shoes, with a few high shoes mixed in. They should sell in one day at the price. Our Boys’ Gunmetal Shoes are good and underpriced. LOT 1063 —Ladies’ Black Kid Lace Oxfords, j LOT 1004 —Men’s Gunmetal Calfskins, lace or leather Louis heels, imitation tips, new foot- | button, Goodyear welt soles; English, medium fining last. All sizes. These or b roa< j toe lasts for com are easily worth 56.50. .... _ . fort Don t put this off. Td At- ONE WEEK -w -r. hjt $4.95 (Also same in patent wpfl MiEE LOT 1064 —Ladies’ and C A I ¥7 LOT 1002—About 60 pair* growing girls’ brown lace H O/iljlj men s tan button high shoes. Oxfords, medium toes, low medium toes, Goodyear welt heels. Very serviceable soles; sizes are limited, shoes. Will make good Extra values. If you can school shoes this fall. Nearly all Fires. Sale [be fitted they are real bargains. Sale price— price— s4.9s $4.95 STOUT’S BIG FOUR SHOE STORE 352-354 West Washington St. ' Open Saturday Evening "—STORE OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8:30 P. M.=--■■ I/F9C Two Floors OAflff lr£ 9 Women’s Wear Massachusetts Avenue and Delaware Street t Continuation of our moat successful Clearance Sale. Shop here. See these - ij bargains Saturday. Make your dollars go twice as far as usual. Cool Dresses Suits Skirts if Dainty voiles and trim- Continuance of our Suit Sale of 100 Skirts, in looking ginghams, pret- Sale at nearly half serges, silks, mixtures ty, smart styles; Ideal Price. Many suitable for and faille; plaids, andr —n+KSA , , , . ' a ‘* wear. stripes and plain colors, if lii'flft for street or auto wear. $29.50 Suits .. $14.50 Unusual valu es, and <Ol ' I Up to $12.60, Ass QQ $39.60 Suits ..$19.50 altered free. &/- fkG / A at $7.98. and $49.60 Suits .. $27.50 Saturday ... sd<9o I 1 ,/ti ECONOMY BASEMENT I/\ \ M Lingerie Blon se s, new 83.00 White Voile Smocks, Kavser’s Lisle Vests, hand | ill Iff MV?. .$1.98 $1.98 KM/AU ?r l r;r..' 1 U , :53.98 $2.98 gp ioTiiw?.. '...,98c I cm. m.i „ Fancy Coverall Aprons, all $3.00 Crepe Kimonos, plain BCrf i y / I/// ~ fiber Hose in QQ. styles and col- QO colors, all £4 fko t'Caa ' ’ J \(j 31 sha< * es > special. vOC ors, up to $3.00. .vl*S/0 sizes vlsvO fey iT|\ \ij Saturday Night 7toBP. M. Special 7 Notaseme Pure Silk Hose, in black, cordovan, white, navy, silver, taupe and ItlhP sand; all sizes. Our regular $2 hose. Guaranteed £4 fA wear or anew pair free; 7 to 8 only vledll Quill, L. J. Hurat, Mrs. B. 1(. Gillespie, Jane T. Hendricks, H. R. Bayley, D. C. Teetor, Alex Barry, Mrs. H. A. Angell, R. P. Henderson, J. Pierce Cummings, H. W. C. Carter, W. F. Coyner and W. A. Applegate. 3% Paid on Checking Accounts 3% Allow us to explain our very simple, yet advan tageous, system of bank ing. Once understood you will make your de posits, large or small with The BANK folks 0 like to patronize J. F. WILD & CO. STATE BANK 123-125 EAST MARKET STREET I 4% Paid on Savings Accounts 4% INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920. GREEKS ANNOUNCE VICTORY. ATHENS, July 23.—Turkish national ists heavily attacked our troops In the region of Karagatch, Thrace, but were repulsed, the Greek war office announced today. A /\ 'tf -r (■ Close Saturdays ~O.x\YRES OUUO. ■ SPECIAL THE HALF DAY ' Turkish Towels, 3 for SI.OO White Turkish towels, ex tra heavy and softly absorb ent; hemmed. Special, 3 for fI.OO. At 48<i the yard, special, 180 yards of white crepe, for making undergarments. 30 inches wide. At $4.10 for 10 yards, special, fifty 10-yard bolts of extra fine longcloth; 36 inches wide. —Ayres—Second floor. Irish “Printkerchiefs” Special Values at 12Hc One needß a score or more handkerchiefs during sum mer weather, that possess col or and charm and withstand numerous sudsings. Irish print 'kerchiefs an swer that description at a very small price in this half a-hollday Bale. They are froth Ireland, and are in checks, stripes, solid colors and white with colors; every Imaginable color is to be found. —Ayres—Street floor. In Continuation of the July Sale of Basement Garment Shop Wash Skirts Only $4.50 And Incidentally, more news of high values, rather higher values, since the price has been notably reduced. The ma terials are white wash satins and white cotton gaberdines, and the styles are numerous, though all are related to one another in their simplicity. At $1.95 also, are attractive wash skirts ta several styles and a good range of sixes. This price, like the first, Is very much inferior to the price caste to which it formerly be longed. Silk and Cotton Dresses Specially Priced $14.50 Included are pretty little foulard frocks. Georgette com bined with satin in novelty affairs, very chic ginghams in colors with white checks, and exquisite frocks of imported organdy, delightfully fashioned. This price is unusually low for garments of this character. —Ayres—Basement GoJ The Half-Yearly Furniture Sale %ti # Lowered prices on absolutely every piece or suite of Ayres funiture means much. Opportunities of the rare sort— just such opportunities that, build for a bigger and better furniture store. Furniture for every room in the home and all at reduced prices. , 1 At $5.95 Are Davenport End Tables of Solid Walnut At 95c a Yard , Imported Japanese Pongee Silk —Ayres — Furniture section, fourth floor. SPECIAL! White Satin Petticoats Y| • A m \ i Lovely garments that may be “tubbed’' when they be IYj • A [ \ p\j / i I ( deep hemstitched hems, others finished with scallops. \•M ■ I w W ® j Lengths 34 and 36. Quite unusual at the price. I ® —Ayres- —Third floor. 7 Lovely Silk Bags Reduced > to SIO.OO Every Bag a Rare Bargain Satin or moire lining, silver plated frames in French gray, fitted with the usual accessories, we consider the best values of the season. An op portunity you will not care to miss. At $1.65, Silverite Bar Pins A Twelve styles, set with white stones, safety clasps. An unusual circle day value. —Ayres— Street floor. 1,200 Pairs Women’s Silk Stockings V A Well-Known p— f— A Well-Known / \ Make | nn Make a (Irregulars) -L (Irregulars) /yt 11 Silk lisle tops, lisle soles, full fashioned; black, white, navy, A 7 cordovan, Russian calf, tan, beaver, gunmetal, taupe and jF Igr \ gray. An extraordinary offering for Saturday's ha'f-day XA. circle sale. Don’t miss it. ' SLd jfv —Ayres—Hosiei-y Section —Street floor. 1 Men’s Underwear A Bargain Event With Genuine Bargains in Plentitude—Extra Space and Salespeople At 85c 1 Garments for $3.00 Men’s athletic under shirts and drawers of fine checked nainsook. Ali sizes In the lot. These are very excep tional values. Bargains every one. At $1.35 3 Suits for $3.75 Wilson Bros.' union suits, athletic style, of checked nainsook and featherweight madras. Three styles and all sizes In the assortment She Circle Special Something New Every Day At sl.lO 3 Suits for $3.00 Fine athletic union suits of checked nain sook, elastic waistband. Sizes 34 to 46. It will profit you to buy 3 suits for next season. • At 75c 3 Garments for $2.00 Odd lots of llama and mixed natural wool un dershirts (no drawers). Summer weight, long sleeves. Priced for a quick cleanup at the garment At $2.35 3 Suits for $6.50 Wilson Bros.’ extra quality athletic union Euits of fine soisette, sleeveless, knee length, pure white. Sizes 36 to 46. Every suit a oargain. At $2.75 3 Suits for SB.OO Extra fine superior union suits, quarter sleeves. In ankle and three-quarter lengths. Regular and stout sizes range from 34 to 60. They’re fine. High Values for You in Cotton Smocks at $5,00 A smock should be first of all artistic if it is to travel under that name, and it must be good for long service. Just so are the very attractive ones at the price of $5.00. Linene, beachcloth, voile, cotton crepe, and bastiste are the materials, and colors are none other and no less than rose, green, gold, apricot, yellow, blue, pink, white, tan, pastel and darker shades. They are all in the slipover loose-belted style with varia tion as to kinds of decoration. Short sleeves prevail. Yarn embroidery in contrasting shades, applique In con trasting colors, fancy stitching and even buttons applied in design. You’d better slip down and slip on a slipover smock Sat urday morning. The price is a slip-easy one—just $5.00. —Ayres—Blouse dept., third floor. At $3.95 3 Suits for $ll.OO Superior lisle union suits, long, and short sleeves, ankle length. Regular and stout sizes, 34 to 50. Our finest sum mer underwear at re duced prices. At $1.85 3 Suits for $5.00 Wilson Bros.’ fine union suits of white cot ton crepe, athletic style, sleeveless, knee length. Ideal for warm summer days. A bargain. —Ayres—Men’s Section, street floor.