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Open Tonight 6 to 8:30 Jfletcfjtr i&abingg anb VZmstt da bauawous CUSTODIAN OF 50 MILLION DRINKS Federal Prohibition Officer Holds Much Whisky. WASHINGTON, July 31.—Federal Pro hibition Commissioner John F. Kramer now Is custodian of nearly 50,000,000 drinks of whisky, it was estimated here today. This is enough to give one man-sized drink to nearly every male in the United States. "It’s whisky we seized in raids,” ex plained R. E. Hall, chief supervisor. “We will have to hold it until we get orders for its disposal. “So far no court has glvsn us any directions because no important cases hare been disposed of. “Meanwhile we're having to guard the liquor. “Some of it is stored in federal build ings and some in bonded warehouses and liquor warehouses. “Most of the liquor was seized in Chi cago and New York." Measured by ordinal V standards tho seized whisky is reported to total more than 2.000,000 quarts. This, however, is a mere drop in the total grand amounts seized throughout the country, since national prohibition went into effect Jan. 16. Police, sheriffs and other local officials who not report to Kramer, have seized far more than Kramer's agents. Customs officials also are busy sepa rating contraband alcohol from Americans returning from Canada and Mexico. All trains entering the United States from Canada and Mexico are searched by customs officials. Whisky now in custody of tho govern ment is worth more than $10,000,000 at bootleg prices. It is unlikely that federal officials were willing to lay themselves open to the charge of Inconsistency by selling It to persons licensed to buy for non-beverage purposes. This has been considered and practi cally rejected, it was said today. A large quantity of confiscated whisky is of the moonshine variety and there fore good for nothing, according to pro hibition officers. Loses Fortune When His Fortune Is Told HARTFORD CITY, Ind., July 31.—A company of sixty Gypsies have committed several thefts in Blackford county. Ther were ordered to leave by Sheriff Sutton before the robberies were re>- ported and none of them have been caught. Three young men west of the city had $6 taken from the while they were hav ing their fortunes told. At the village of Fiat near here, one member of the band engaged the clerk la the village store in conversation, while othres stole considerable merchandise. rilled Man to Take Sweetheart Riding Special to The Times. iXSMMONO, Ind., July 21.—Charles Coie, formerly of Marshalltown, la., is he fifth alleged murderer to be tried rrd convicted within tec days in the Lake circuit court at Crown Point Cole was sentenced to life imprison tr,t ftr shooting Christopher Tascher, his employer, in cold blood. He shot Tascher as he sat at a table because Tascher refused to let him tak ids automobile so that he could escort hits sweetheart to a dance. /.Iter k ; iilng Tascher, Cole took tha t-momoblle and attended the dance, de claring upen di ’covery that Tascher had committed sulcid.. Trying Hard to Get First Division Here Every possible influence is being brought to bear en the war department by the Indianapolis Chamber of lorn inerce to have the F*irst division of the army moved from Camp Zachary Taylor at Louisville to Ft. Benjamin Harrison. Gen. Charles Summerall, commander ot the division, who was in Indianapolis today, stated that he has received formal orders to move the division to Camp Dlx. In New Jersey. Urgent telegrams were sent to New ton D. Baker, secretary of war, and to Thomas Taggart by John B. Reynolds, general secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Men, Women Rush to Kiss Prelate’s Hand NEW YORK, July 31,—A crowd which scores of policemen were unable to handle gathered at the White Star line dock today shortly before the Baltic sailed for Queenstown, carrying Arch bishop Mannix of Australia. Men and women surrounded the prelate artd despite the efforts of the policemen to keep the crowds away they rushed forward, kissing the archbishop's ring and hand. It was only with greet difficulty thai he was able to get through the mol) around the gangplank and board the vessel. 2 Irish Cops Victims of Civilian Ambush DUBLIN, July 51.—Two policemen I were wounded,' one seriously, when a small detachment was ambushed by civilians near Pendys Cross, In Tip perary, early today. Arthur Griffith, active head of the Sinn 1 Fein in the absence of E. DeValera, de- j clared no peace overtures have been re- j ceived by Dull Elreann (republican parliament), despite press reports to that 1 effect. “If the British government makes overtures for peace they will be dealt with In proper manner,” said Griffith. Circle Entertains Fourth Estate Men More than fifty Indianapolis newspaper men were entertained at the Athenaeum last night by the management of the Circle theater. Ralph Lieber, the new manager ot the Circle, was introduced by Robert I.leber. Lot Lee expressed the appreciation of the guests. Following a dinner “Go and Get It/ 1 a newspaper film drama full of thrills, was shown. —————— Flivver Turns a Flip Clarence G. Orrltt, living at the Capi tol hotel, is a taxi driver who knows how to make a sliver turn a flip. Orrltt and his taxi turned a flip at Delaware and Michigan streets last night. The driver was not hurt and the au tomobile was only slightly damaged by turning, over, Owitt said he was dodging another car when hla automobile turned over. NOT PROUD OF THE POLICIES OF J. P.JJOODRICH Editors Give Slight Mention to Administration of the Governor. WATSON ASSAILS WILSON By HORACE M. COATS, Times Staff Correspondent. TURKEY RUN STATE PARK, July SI. —Conspicuous by the absence of any reference to the Goodrich administra tion in the affairs of the state of Indi ana, with the exception of a slight hint that the policies of James P. Goodrich could not be acepted by the republican party with the expectation of victory for Warren T. McCray in November, the forty-second annual midsummer outing of the Indiana Republican Editorial as sociation came to a close late Friday afternoon after speeches by several prominent party leaders. Despite the hot weather the shining lights of many of the state’s foremost newspapers were here to atteud the gath ering. ONLY ONE SURVIVING CHARTER MEMBER. One of the most enthusiastic and most interested of the members of the asso ciation who was present was M. W. Pershing, former publisher of the Tip ton Advocate, and now employed in the office of secretary of state in the auto mobile department. Mr. Pershing is the only surviving charter member of the association, ar.d tas never missed a meeting since the founding of the organization in 1878. In his short address, Mr. Hancock, president of the association, said that the republican editors bad pledged them selves to aid in a subscription campaign for the National Republican. He also said that any paper that was having difficulty in obtaining print paper could obtain assistance by writing the president of the organization. NATIONAL CHAIRMAN ADDRESSES EDITORS. Will 11. Hays, republican national chairman, who made a flying trip from New York to attend the meeting, spoke a few words. In which he declared em phatically that the entire country Is re publican, and is “rarln’ to go.” Mr. Hays said: "The reconstruction of the affairs of the state of Indiana must be placed In the hands of a man , of ability, and I know of no one better fitted tban Warren T. McCray.” He made an appeal for the return of James E. Watson to the United States senate, to back V UP a republican presi dent. declaring the people are going to send Harding to the whltehouse'. In his address Warren T. McCray, candidate for governor, pledged himself to the formation of a budget system for the state’s finances, and spoke of the necessity of caring for the state's nat ural beauty spots, with an appeal for more state parks. lle said he would use his best ef forts to obtain better wages for school teachers, and pleaded for representation of the farmer on the boards and com missions of the state. MtCRAY PLEADS UIS OWN CASE. A noticeable feature of the entire meet- j lng was the lack of any talks by state j candidates other than that of Mr. Me- j Cray. Many of the members of the state ticket j were in attendance, but their places on the program were represented wholly by Mr. McCray, whose address was confined to a plea for his election, leaving tiie bal ance of the state ticket entirely unfor gotten In the enthusiasm of making promises In order to win the praises of ; the republican editors (support from most of whom he would have received any how). Senator New pleaded for the return of Senator Watson to the senate, aud also asked for the return again of fifteen con gressmen and senators to Washington. Mr. New devoted much time to a dis cussion of the league of nations, into which he brought caustic criticism of President Wilson. WATSON* BITTER IN CRITICISM. Senator New was followed by Sena*or Watson, who was without doubt the most popular speaker of the day. Senator Watson launched at once Into a bitter tirade against Woodrow Wilson and the league of nations, In Uis own peculiar style. "Clearly the Issue in this campaign 13 to be Americanism against Wilsonlsm. "Wllsonlsm means Bakerlsm. “Bakerlsm means pacifism in times of war and socialism In times of peace. “Wllsonism means Danielslsm, and Danlelsism means inefficiency In times of peace and war. “Wllsonlsm also means Creellsra, Burle sonlsm, McAdoolsm and ft thousand other Isms, and to top this off, they want to make Franklin Roosevelt vice president.” Here Senator Watson stopped and at- ] tempted to sit down, but tho crowd, with cheers, yelled “Go on, go on. 1 ’ Watson again returned to the crowd and stated that in his endeavors to have j the league of nations covenant adopted by j the United States "the president Is trying j to raise a polyglot flag above Old Glory, end the people of America are not going to let him do it.” Cheers forced the speaker to stop on several occasions when he led the crowd along with him In his denunciation ol the policies of President Wilson. He stated that his position on the league of nations, ns well as the posi tion of the republican party. Is well Ue- • fined, and tbey are ready for the oppo sition to make the league the leading issue of the campaign. M’CORMIUK'S SPEECH CUT SHORT. The address of Medlll McCormick, United States senator from Illinois, who was to make the principal address of the day, was necessarily short, because of bis late arival at the park. Senator McCormick pleaded that all past differences in the ranks of the re- j publican party be merged. In order to [ restore representative responsibility at! the head of onr national government. ! He characterized the democratic ad- j ministration of the last seven years as j an “admiulstratton of anarchy amidst a ! riot of waste.” In speaking of tho league of nations, on which question Senator McCormick has been Identified with the “irreconcll ables,” he said: "I have been hard boiled on this question from beginning and will remain so until tho enu.” The crowd had begun to dwindle I shortly after the Illinois sentor started ! his address, and when he finished barely j more than 150 were in his audience. Three Ribs Broken When Auto Smashes Special to The Times. NOBLESVILLE, Ind., July 31. George Dresher, a well-known farmer, living In the northern part of Hamilton county, had three ribs broken and sev eral fractured and was bruised In a number of places when the Hudson car which he was driving plunged down a twelve-foot embankment west of this city. Thomas Frazier of Kaloma, la., and Wayne Mosbaugh of Arcadia, Ind., were oeupants of the machine, but escaped with only slight injuries. The car was badly damaged. SHE WAS A “SICK" GIRL. STEUBENVILLE, oAftfeg 31.—Pro hibit: -jt officers girl from f-d fouf^^m.Uoos “raisi. jack” in j DOG HILL PAR AGRAFS j L\ The Rye Straw storekeeper misplaced one of his customers the other day. The customer had started Into the store, but at the same time the manager was sweep ing and when the dust cleared away the customer was nowhere to be found. At first it was feared the stranger had been swept out. Clab Hancock says he finds the best way for a person to get along good and to be of easy mind is to agree with everything everybody says about him, if it is so. \ The editor of the Tickville Tidings says very few persons use enough periods nor use them soon enough in their talk ing. New Julietta Head to Be Named Monday The Marlon county commissioners an nounced foila.v that they would select on next Monday a successor to Dr. I/oren 8. Hyde, superintendent of Julietta Hospital for the Insane. Dr. Hyde, who, following a nervous breakdown, resigned as head of the In stitution, has been "under fire” since a report submitted by a former Marlon iounty gtfcud Jury recommended bis dis missal. It Is understood that a physician will not be appointed as superintendent of Julietta, bet some practical executive named, to be assisted by medical ad visers. City Budgets Will Be Presented Monday It la expected that the various city departments wifi have their budgets ready for informal presentation to the council Monday night. „ The board of public ssfety’a budget was being completed today. The figures show It will be approx imately s| *49,490.16. ns compared with $1.590,2t52.70 last year. I he increase Is said to be duo largely to the Increase In salaries of policemen and other city employe*. The double platoon for firemen Is not Included In this budget, Robert 11. Bryson, city comptroller, said that ha estimated an increase In the total budget this year of approxi mately $500,000. Times Carriers Will Have Overnight Camp One hundred Times carriers will re ceive an outing Saturday night and Sun day at Rook wood stop, about a mile nort :-, of Avon. The five boys from each station who have made greatest increases In their subscriptions are chosen to attend the picnic. There will be a big dinner today at tho comp, a fine breakfast and a dinner | tomorrow. | Special cars will leave the Terminal station at 5 o’clock this afternoon. There wil be swimming, fishing, box ln/. -a-,.|,nil and frog hunting contests at the picnic. The camp will be in military style with mess call, retreat and reveille. Robbers Would Start Shop of Their Own Special to Tha Times) WABASH. Ind., July 31. —Robhers, whose work Indicated that they were bar bers or prospective ones, entered tho Al tiert Bowen burber shop, ut Silver Lake, late Thursday evening and .stole the out fit of five barbers with the exception of the chairs. They also took sixty pennies front a cigar box, and left a note saying that they were considering opening a shop of their own soon and needed the supplies as well as the pennies, which they would | use In making change. Make No Arrests on ‘Murder’ Alarm Trip A murder report reached the police last night from the home of W. M. Tay lor, 2420 East Washington street. L. 11. Carter, 23 North Keystone ave- j nue, told the police ho saw twenty-five j men in Taylor’s yard and that two were '< fighting and one was hurt so bad he ap- i pea red to havo been killed. He said the Injured man must have! been taken away while ho went to the telephone to cal lthe police. Taylor said he knew nothing of a fight In the vicinity of his home. Believe Thieves Will Demand Large Reward Of.El ELANI), July 81.—Thieves who stole $53.00) In Liberty bonds, shipped i by the First National bank of Clevel j land to the Second National bank of j Toledo, are believed to be planning to demand a large reward for tho return of the securities. Although committed sometime between July 14 and July 17, knowledge of tho robbery did not become general until today. 1 Killed, 2 Escape When Train Hits Auto Special to The Times. KOKOMO, Ind., July 31. —Mrs. Lydia Catherine McCartney, 52, died this morn ing of injuries suffered last evening when the automobile in which she was a pas senger was struck by an L., E. & W. train at the Morgan street crossing. Earl Duckwall and Mrs. Pearl Tharp, the other occupants, the former driving the machine, were Injured slightly. Says He Was Dragged in Street; Asks $50,000 Special to The Times. TERRE HAUTE, Ind., July 31.—Alleg- j ing that ho was forced to buy Liberty bonds and was dragged through the streets of Riley, Ind., by a mob, Christo pher Fox filed suit Friday for $50,000 damages against William 8. Emn)ermun, Ernest M. Christy, Sheldon Anderson, Willard Thompson, George Sykds and George J&riutui. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. WIDE VARIETY OF SERMONS AT CITY PULPITS Prof. Eckhardt Comes to Meridian Street M. E. Church. ‘FAITH’ IS SUBJECT Rev, M. S. Marble will preach at the morning services of the Roberts Park M. E. dhureh. and Dr. George M. Smith will deliver a sermon on “The Only Way” In the evening. Mrs. Harry Hostetler will sing at both services. “The Garden of the Heart” will be the theme of Itev. Harriman at the Second Presbyterinn In the morning. Rev. Allan B. Philputt will talk on "The Responsive Soul” at the morning services at the Central Christian. “A Picture From the Tragedy of Life” will be the subject of the morning ser mon of Itev. J. Ambrose Dunkel, pastor of the Tabernacle Presbyterian. In the evening the subject of the serv ices at the Tabernacle chapel will be "The Taking of a City.” Dr. O. W. Fifer, pastor of the Central Avenue M. E. church, will preach on “The Hillside Way” In the morning. “Life’s Daily Sacrament” will be the theuie of the sermon of Dr. Edward N. Kistler, pastor of the Fourth Presby terian church, at union services of the First and Fourth Presbyterian churches In the morning, at the farther. Rev. J. W. Hoyt of Peru, Ind., will preach nt the morning services of the First Baptist church. “The Power of Faith” will be the topic of Prof L. R. Eekardt at the msruing services of the Meridian Street M. E. church. “False Anchors of Today” and "God Reducing the H. C. L.,” will be the sub jects of the morning und evening talks, respectively, by J. A. Nipper at the Wheeler mission. At the Brookside Park U, B. church the Rev. Parsons will preach on “Mir acles In Our Midst” at the morning services., “The Word of Their Testimony” and “The Fouutain of Spiritual Joy” will be the topics of tho Itev. D. W. Nichols at the Hall Place M. E. church at the morn ing and evening services, respectively. The Rev. Charles H. Gunsaulus will preach on “Pick Up Your Cross and Fol low Me” at the morning services of the Speedway Christian church. In the eveninggbU topic will be “Ye Are the Light of the World.” “St. Paul In a Basket” will be the tople of the morning sermon of the Iter. Lewis Brown at the St. Paul's Episcopal churcn. At the Mansur Park M. E. church the Rev. J, C. m CuHtlln, pastor, will preach on “The Seven Cries of Jesus Christ Upon the Cross” In the morning. In the evening he will preuch on “The Judgment of the Great White Throne.” The Itev. J. D. Garrison will preach on "Christianity aud Present Unrest" at the morning services at the North Park Christian church. At the King Avenue M. E. church Dr. A H. Gobln of Ureencastlo will preach at both morning and evening services. Detroit Murder Clew Regarded of No Value The Indianapolis pollco for a time last night thought they had a hot rlew to the Detroit murder mystery. Chief Kinney received a telegram from Edward H. Fox, chief of detectives of the Detroit police department, saying that a man giving his name as Warren K. Burks. 1-TVj North Alabama street, declarod that he had solved the trunk mystery and could show the place where the woman was killed. On Investigation the police found that Burks sella newspapers and that he is believed to be seeking notoriety. LESLEY'S CLEANER FOR PIANOS Makes old furniture appear new. Ask for It.—Advertisement. Baker'* Shortening—Glossbrenner'*. If You Have BACKACHE Let Me Remove the CAUSE I havo done It for otherx. Why not for you? INVESTIGATION COSTS YOU NOTHING WILLIAM CHAINING CHIROPRACTOR 904 Odd Fellow Bldg;, i Hour ft: 1 to 5 and 7to 8 I*. M. I Sunday, 2 to 4 I*. M. j Office Tel., Main 6941. Residence Tel., North 7717. I No Charge for Consultation 1 i Indiana Blue Sky Law in Pamphlet Form 25c Indianapolis Daily Commercial 112 American Central Life Bldg. Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor Colored K. of P. Lodge Meets Here in 1921 Special to The Times. MARION, Ind., July 31. —Ernest G. Tidrington, Evansville, was elected grand chancelllor of the colored Knights of Pythias lodges of Indiana In the clos ing session here yesterday afternoon of the twenty-third annual state convention of the order. Other officers elected were: Sanford Jackson, French Lick, vice grand chancellor; Campbell Uptkegrove, Terre Haute, grand keener of records aud seals; Rev. R. Kelley, Alt. Vernon, grand prelate; Joseph Rapier, Gary, grand lec turer; Dr. W. T. Cabell, Terre Haute, grand medical registrar; J. H. Lott, In dianapolis, grand attorney; Arthur Smith, Marion, grand master at arms; George Young, Franklin, grand outer guard; George Bucker, Connersvllle, grand inner guard. Airs. Julia need of Indiaapolls was elected graud worthy councillor of the Calanthe court of Indiana. Indianapolis was selected for the 1921 meeting place. Commerce Bodies Ask Yanderlip to Speak An Invitation has been extended to Frank A. Vanderllp, New York City, known internationally as a banker and social worker, to address both the In dianapolis Chamber of Commerce aud the Junior Chamber of Commerce, when In Indianapolis at the annual meeting of the National Municipal league, which will be held In November. Mr. Vanderllp Is treasurer of the Na tional Municipal league, which will bring between 300 aud 400 public-spirited men and women from over the entire country, including many of International note. Satisfied Customers are our best advertisements—and our customers are satisfied After twenty-eight years of business we are proud to state that 80 per cent, of our diamond business Is sent to us. . DIAMONDS... .S3O to SI,OOO WRIST WATCHES... .sl4 up WEDDING RINGS, $5.00 up. 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ROUND TRIP FARES TO WALKERTQN (Koontz Lake) , B $2.43 I ROCHESTER (Lake Manitou) a , $2.12 I Train leaves Indianapolis Union Station 7:00 a. m.; Massa chusetts Avenue Station 7:10 a. m. The above fare includes war tax. | For tickets and full information apply to agent. I ■■ - 7 ROOFING Experience hn taught us that the warm or hot season is the best time to lay Asphalt ltoll Hoofing or Asphalt Shingles. Let us estimate now the coat of material and labor for roofing your buildings, laid either over sheathing or over old wooden shingles. Do It now while labor and ma terial are available and the weather Is seasonable. Greer-Hankins Lumber Company 624 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE. Main 747 —Phones— Auto. 28-213 V 1,1.1.11. .in !!■■" ..1.. . I—l . I ■■ ppysessisw 1 REAL ESTATE , LOANS , INVESTMENTS Eighth Floor City Trust Building Phone Main 3996 Automatic 24-806 —•mMatmjMaaßa 'i umi wnt——e r r- 1 1 1 ' ■ — EAGLE “MIKADO” PENCIL No. 174 Regular Length, 7 Inches. 1 or Sale nt your Dealer. 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