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BY FLETCHER CD. Trust and Savings Bank Adds 1,200 Feet of Floor Space. Expansion of the Fletcher Savings ana Trust Company to include the two ground floor rooms at. 12 and 16 East Market street was announced today by Eva ns IVdollen, president. The rooms, which formerly were occu pied by express companies and optome trists. will be used hereafter for the checking account department of the trust company. Approximately 1.200 square feet of ad ditional floor space is added to the trust company’s facilities by the expansion. The two rooms include a frontage of thirty-two feet in East Market street. The reorganized checking department of the lnst-tution hereafter will serve patrons through seven public windows. Elaboration of the collections depart ment also was annonneed, as were changes In several other departments of the banking institution. A “while-you-wait” system of prepar ing statements of account for each of the 5.000 depositors in Ihe checking (le partibent has been installed and the en tire department will be handled by the modern method of machine bookkeeping. Two departments of the company have been moved ,to the third floor of the building, to make room for enlarged op erations of the savings and other depart ments, Mr. Woollen announced. The checking department has grown from 1,500 accounts In 1915, when the company moved to Its present location, to a total of 5,000 accounts and total de posits of approximately $1,8*10.000, the president said. “No special efforts up to this time have been made to facilitate the devel opment cf the checking department,” Mr. Woollen said. ■'Finally, however, the growth of the department—due, we think, to the gen eral business expansion of Indianapolis and Indiana —has made the directors de termine to develop this department Into one of the major activities of the bank." Child Killed; Man Placed Under Arrest Pink Hamrick, 29, negro, ISI7 Broad view terrace. Is under arrest today on the charge of manslaughter, being held on the order of Coroner Robinson, fol lowing an accident In which Theresa Dodson, 7, negro, was killed last night by a street car. The accident occurred on Northwestern avenue, north of Fall creek. The little girl was riding on the han dlebars of a bicycle on which Hamrick 'was riding. Hamrick turned to see how close the street car was to him and lost hla bal ance, falling In auch a way that the child fell on the track and the car wheels crushed her body. Hamrick escaped injury. The child had made her home with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Harris, 2329 Shriver avenue. Harry Jeanette, 1054 Udell street, was the motorman of the car. Police Seek Girl Who Left Home Yesterday Mrs. John L. Partlow. 623 East Ver mont Street, today requested the police to search for her daughter, Lois. H, who left home yesterday afternoon. The little girl wore a white dress, a white hat and brown shoes. The police were told the glri was seen in company with another girl last night, but this bss not been verified. Observe Open House in Honor of Nominee Special to The Times. LAFAYETTE. Ind., Aug. s.—An open house will be observed by the members of the Jackson club of Lafayette next Tuesday, when Dr. Carlton B. McCul loch, democratic candidate for governor, will be guest of honor. This will be the first of a series of open meetings planned by the club and many prominent local democrats have been named on the reception committee. Ft. Wayne Car Cos. Asks 7-Cent Fare FT. WAYNE,' Ind T , h AugT's.-Paul B. IJaynes of the Indiana public service commission heard the petition Wednes day of the Indiana Service Corporation for an increase from 5 to 7 cents in street ear fares here. The city is opposing the increase and .s represented by City Attorney Creigh ton Williams. The hearing was concluded Wednesday evening. Carmen are demanding an Increase In wages, the outcome of which, officials say, will depend on the commission's de vision for increased fares. |f Bargains FRIDA V $1.50 Muslin Chemise, fk© _ all sizes roC $3 Voile Smocks £4 #%© and Blouses SIPCp Knit Union Suits m q (limit 3) <ldC 9 Spring Coats, tfem /\r> up to sls 49 Lingerie Blouses, 04 n/\ up 10 $2 SLUO —i $3 Coverall Aprons, (£-4 aw Just 45 $ LaJdO $4 Garden Suits and 4* 4 [Tfk House Dresses £orch and Street na < Dresses, up to $5 £ iff -$1.50 Kayser’s Union An Suits, all sizes .. .f OC $5 Georgette and on QQ Tricolette Blouses . 5 6 White Net Dresses,OQ ftQ ribbon trim, up to sls^dS'Cs 6 Silk and Linen Oft no Auto Coats tpAUcf O $2 Corsets, £ 4 nn sizes to 25 sls Silk Fanseta As© Sport Skirts Hargroves AVE. AND DEL. 6T. 'a-SsHeS I Mrs. Daisy E. Noe and Joseph Wesley Capron, of New York City, were mar ried this morning at home of the bride, 2188 North Capitol avenue, Dr. Lewis Brown of St. Paul's Episcopal church officiating. Floor baskets of blossoms in pastel shades, ferns, palms and tall tapers in cathedral candelabra formed an attrac tive setting for the service. Mrs. Rhea Hall Behymer sang “Love's Coronation" and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." preceding the ceremony. Miss Ella Schroeder. violinist, rendered "At Dawning" and “To a Wild Rose’’ during the service, accompanied by Mrs. Roy Burcb, who aiso played the wed ding march. Little Virginia Cochran, in a ruffled frock of flesh-colored organdie, carried the ring in a French basket of roses, and Miss Hazel Wallace of Ft. Wayne, in white organdie, scattered rose petals be fore the bridal party as they entered. Mrs. Cora Carter of Detroit, sister of the bride, was her only attendant, ancj Thomas Capron of New York, father of the groopi, acted as best man. Mrs. Carter's frock was of filet lace over salmon satin, and she wore a cor sage of Mrs. Aaron' Ward roses. The bride wore a handsome gown of ivory satin with an overdrapery of Vene tian lace, combined with flesh-colored georgette crepe, a large hat of flesh colored georgette crepe, and carried a shower bonquet of bride roses, lilies of the valley and delphinlufn. Among the out-of-town guestswere Mrs. William Morris, Ft. Wayife; Mr and-Mrs. Frank Weeks, Peru, and Allan Emmett, Hackensack, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Capron have gone on a motor trip to New Y'ork, Atlantic City and Washington. D. C., and on their re turn will be at home at 2188 North Cap | ifol avenue. A marriage of iulerest to a number of! local folk was that of Carl Hunt of New York, formerly of Indianapolis, and Miss Nellie Duncan of New Y’ork, which took place recently at the Little -Church Around the Corner In New Y’ork. Mr. Hunt is connected with the As sociated Advertising Clubs of the World. • * • A pretty home wedding of last night was that of Miss Goldie Aileen Ithynear son and Paul Bradley of Anderson, which took place at the home of the bride's | parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rhynear ! son, 2958 North Delaware street. Rev. ,T. D. Garrison of the North Park ! Christian church read the service. Masses of greenery, combined with pink and white garden flowers were j used through the parlors, tall palms, | ferns and floor baskets of flowers, forni ! Ing the altar. I Mrs. Florence Kessler gave a pro gram of songs preceding the ceremony, including "At Dawning'’ and “I Love You Truly," accompanied by Mis* Marion Goddard, who played the Mendiessohn "better DEAD Life is a burden when the body ia racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take COMMIE DAL The nation*! remedy of Holland for over 100 years; it ia an enemy of ail pains re ralring from kidney, liver and uric acid troubles. All druggists, three sizes. leak for Ik* name Gold Medal on every Wei •ad accept no imitation Remember The next best thing if you haven’t a Bruns wick, is Brunswick Records on the Phono graph you have., BRUNSWICK RECORDS Can be played on any phonograph with fiber or steel needles. Fourth Release of Brunswick Records Just Received. Hear Them Pennsylvania \ j street 3 A Store —and More Loose Eel Starts Lingerie Exhibit on Electric Car WILMINGTON, Del., Aug. 5.—A large eel dropping from the basket of a fisherman, on a street car, caused a display of lingerie and tied up traffic until it was recaptured. L_ ' wedding march for the entrance of the bridal party Little Jean Deputy, In dainty ruffled net, scattered rose petals before the bride. Mrs. Helen Rush, matron of honor, wore orchid taffeta and carried sweet heart roses. The bridesmaids were in frocks of taf feta In the various Dresden shades and carried nosegays of pastel shaded roses. Miss Mary Y’ost wore blue, Miss Edna Bradley rink and Miss Mary McKee, orchid. George Dugger acted as best man. The bride's gown was of white georg ette crepe with an over-lace drapery In the Illy of the valley design. She- wore a tulle veil held in place with a wreath of smllax, and carried a shower of bride roses. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. W. Vest of Anderson and Miss Fay Harris of Jeffersonville. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley left last night for a trip through Canada and will bs at home after Aug. 18, at 2958 Noith Delaware street. • * • Members of the Theta Phi Kappa will meet tomorrow night at tho home of B. M. Bates, president of the organization, 4217 East New Y’ork street. -Plans will be made for a dance and eard party to be given this month. • • • Miss Helen Coats of Marion. I ml., is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Coats, 3047 North Capitol ave nue. Miss Mary Hickey, 416 North Arsenal avenue, will entertain members of the Theta Sigma sorority tomorrow night. • • • Miss Pauline Marshall, 1740 Lexington avenue, has gone to Montezuma to at tend a nouse party given by Miss Helen Graves. Keep Hair In Curl On Hot or Windy Days Here's a hair curling secret that is de cidedly “worth while.” Just apply a lit- | tie liquid ailmerlne before doing up tiie hair, using a clean tooth brush for the, purpose, drawing this down the hair j from crown to tip. In three hours you will have as beautiful curls and waves! as you could wish for. The wavlness will! look so natural no one will guess it was I artificially acquired. And it will last ever so long, regardless of heat, wind or! dampness. You can obtain a liquid sllrnerlne at arty drug storo and a few ounces will last a long time. It is neither stlckv nor j greasy and is pleasant to use. It ls‘ doubly useful because of n!so serving ns a beneficial dressing, keeping the hair soft, silky and lustrous.- -Advertisement. INDIANAPOLIS PLEASED BY QUICK RESULTS Every oca la pleased with the quick results of simple wltchhazel, cam phor. hydraatls, etc., as mixed in La* vopttk eye wash. One maxi’s eye* were so badly strained he could not read without pain. Two applications relieved him. A lady with weak. In flamed eyes was greatly helped by ONE bottle. We guarantee & small bottle of Lavoptik to help ANY CASE weak, strained or Inflamed eyes. Henry J. Huder, Druggist.— Advertisement. j INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920. Link-Belt Employes Hold Annual Picnic The fifth annua, /picnic of the em ployes of the two Indianapoliß plants of the Link Belt Company was held at Broad Ripple park today. Included in tho program were athletic events, cracker and watermelon-eating contests, a baseball game between teams from the two plants and dancing. Architect After Fee for ‘Never Was’ Hotel Damages of SB,OOO are asked in a suit filed in the circuit court by William H. Garns, an architect, against the Hossier Auto Hotel Company, the Indianapolis Auto Hotel Company and the Indianapo lis Auto Hotel, Inc., as well as for the appointment of a receiver. Garns charges that be was under con tract to draw plans for a ten story building on the sit of the old Empire tneater and that the building was never erected. Several Arrests on Statutory Charges Charles C. Armstrong, 33, 104 West St. Clair street, and Ruth Walker, 22, giv ing the same address, were arrested early today on Statutory charges. A police squad raided a negro house at 411 West North street late last nfght and arrested six men and two worneD, charging them with statutory offenses. It’s Easy to Get the Best 700 stores in Indianapolis sell EVANS' E-Z-BAKE FLOUR —more than 87% of the stores in this big city—showing that it’s easy to get the best. The women of Indiana show such a decided preference for - * * EVANS’ E-Z-BAKE FLOUR that more of it is used than Jf/A' y/\ of any two other flours com- (J& \ Jhe Acme-EVANS’ Cos. mills I Hour not only for home use, fl IV* but for bakers’ use. The Indi- l\ anapolis bakers many of li. whom buy their flour from I\r IJ Acme-EVANS’ Co.—make such good bread that this city is nationally known as a “good j bread” city, Jw LA Ask your arocer for Tho baker buya from uo a (lour especially T7A T\jf GS adapted to hla work. uD Profit by his example ty> R, buy ,hfl flour FLOUR. BVAS te BAKE At 143 East Washington Street Beyond Pembroke Arcade-That’s Where You’ll Find Us Now I T*C\RilNj/%>Cc ■ 11 r " r; I For White Shoes of Canvas, Buck or Suede [~ I Shu White cleans and whitens soiled white shoes by removing the stains and I Xlßla §| I dirt—not by covering \ tJgJjS? mjjf j M them. It keeps the shoes .irHsHtl - j looking like new. Quickly applied with the iFflf 1 dauber. Easiest to Use. |jp jSKj Sold by Grocer., Shoe Store*. Drug- £jfPfcjK riff/iil Afc'J j }'£ 3 oil git, Notion Store® and Repair Shop*. Kim gTiwafcng jiM HL s. M. BIXBY & Cos., Inc. WM NewYork KWHyHQES m Shelf of Plays Up at Irvington Library Summer stock company fans find in terest in a special collection of dramas and plays which have been received at the Irvington branch library. The books Include “Allce-Slt-by-tbe- Flre,’’ by J. M. Barrie; “Kismet,” by Edward Knoblauch; “Romance,’’ by Ed ward Sheldon, and “The Betrothal,” by Maurice Maeterlinck. Prof. Cavan, Butler college, is having ft special shelf of books on different school system, teaching methods, etc., reserved at the Irvington branch for use of his students. During the remainder of the summer school course they may be taken out for one day only. Cuticura Soap The Velvet Touch Sotp,Ointment.Talcum Ke.ererywbme. FereunplM addree*: CttarLeboraterU..Dept.X, Kali.b,Xui. m&m P /£! y *%**wot OBfrftufltfßuia Igs[Cmtdrr*s *bck apedJj!^ L-tS/^YRgs&Co* Open at 8:30. Including Many Hot Weather Needfuls A Friday Sale of Toilets At 35<S smelling salts. At 45<, Garrlty curling fluid. At Luthol tooth paste. At 19£, Orris tooth powder. At Creme de Merldor. At Cocoa butter cream. At Peroxide cream. At Cream of Cucumber, for sunburn. At large cans bathroom talc. At 25S Rigaud’s Camia talc. At 10<, Olivia talc. At 39<*, Olivia shampoo- Standard Toilet Soaps At 95<1 the dozen, L. S. Ayres’ Hardwater soap. At 45<* the dozen, Meadow Sweet toilet soap. At OOc the JoztD, Palmolive toilet soap. At 90c the dozen. Kira's baby Castile soap. At #I.OO the dozen. Armour’s large size Broadway bath soap. —Ayres—Street floor. c/he Circle Special Something New Every Day W ’ Tention Men! \ , 744 Knitted Silk Ties In two-tone effects—heather mixtures, stripes and a variety of plain colors. Circle Of** [There’s no limit to the Every thread of these Sal „ Vk! number vou may bur. four-in-hands pure silk. Price 1 .Ut J j __ Ayre 4 Street floor / Silk Shantung , Wool Jersey Middy Trimmings 2,000 yards of hand-loom, all-silk natural "Shantung pongee; 32 inches wide; our own importation. The yard, 68<S . Rahnsen famous “Queen Quality,” pur? wool jersey. \ Wide color range; 54 inches wide. The yard, 52.88. A tPk 4 /.V Regulation middy emblems, eleflve jNT patch, rating stripes and appren tice knots. The three, 88^. Madame, Should You Advocate Hanan or Garside Low Shoes Note This Reduction —$8.95' Not all sizes arc available —such values could not otherwise be offered, but every shoo is of exceptional leather quality and great beauty of style. Os leathers, one may choose gunmecal, patent or suede satin; black, tan and brown. Just, the kind of footwear women want now—and at a price which -women, who are connoisseurs of style and quality, will be more than glad to pay. We count this as rather an achievement—to be able to offer from our regular stocks such fine foot wear at such an extremely low price. —Ayres—Shoe Section, second floor. “Through the Turnstile" GROCERIES BUTTER, Ayrez 1 zpeclal cream ery, “Extra Quality,’’ pound, 604- SWASTIKA, a good creamery butter, pound, 574. BONELESS ROLLED SHOUL DERS, skin, bone and aurplua fat removed ; can be cooked whole; axe sliced two to four-pound average; Miller and Hart cure, pound, 404. PRUNES, Santa Clara fruit. In perfect condition; two sizes; pound, 204 and 354. COFFEE. Batavia Ajax blend, a good cup; pound, special, 484. RICE, Premier brand, fancy head rice In one-pound cartons, 244. MILK, Bordan'a Eagle brand con densed milk, the can, 294. 1 - ■■■■. —l. BREAKFAST BACON, Klngan’a Porter brand and Swift'a Empire, machine aliced; pound, 444; Morris’ Matchless brand, pound, 424. ___ SUGAR, Domino granulated, In 2 and 5-pound cartons, 10 and 25- pound cloth bags, pound, 254. / KELLOGG’S CORN FLAKES, box, 12*4. / - - A y res^Ajserjent. Men’s faffC Soft Collars- Three for 50c Os course, you wouldn’t expect them at such a low price ordinarily, but these are broken assortments and discontinued lines, all good styles, nevertheless. Os her ringbone, striped fiber, bengaline and corded silk all out of regular stock. Sizes to 17. / Mens Athletic Union Suits , 95 c Made of a splendid quality checked nainsook, sleeve less, knee length, Yvith elastic waistband. Every suit a bargain. —Men’s Store —Street floor. J Women’s Silk Gloves at 75c Two-clasp style, with double tipped fingers black, white and col ors. What the makers term irregulars. Women’s Silk Gloves at 95c These" are of treco and milanese silk, termed irregulars b\ the makers. Two-clasp style—white and colors. Women’s Silk Gloves atsl.29 Os fine milanese silk, two-clasp style, double tipped. White only. All sizes. Makers’ irregulars. . —Ay^s—Glove Section, street floor. Consider the Uncommon Value of ADrop-Leaf Tea Wagon So Low-Priced as S3B! It’s downright unusual, to say the very least. Why $38.00 is even a lower price than was given to them during the late departed Semi-Annual Furniture Sale. This shipment is one belonging to that famed sale, and which has arrived belated. There are several less than a dozen and you’ll want to select yours first thing after the store opens when you realize their charming char acter. Made of genuine mahogany, finished brown, this rubber-tired tea wagon is possessed of two drop leaves, a drawer at. one end (or side, if yon view it with leaves out), and a separate glass tray resting on the lower shelf. It’s positively ideal for use as a breakfast and kitchenette-supper table for dw’ellers sraa.l apartments, and its charm and usefulness in a town house living room is hardly determinable. —Ayres—Fourth floor. 7 Close at 5 -.00.