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COX HOOSIERS WILL SWARM TO NOTIFICATION (Continued From Page One.) Dajjville; James H. Harnett, Robert Sprtngsteen, Homer L. Cooke, Wood burn Masson, J. W. Thompson, Harold Taylor, Willis 8. Thompson. Glen Hauser. Whitestown; Charles R. Hughes, Peru; James Cox. Shelby ville; Sylvestei Brown, Shelbyville: James W. Smith. Gosport; J. Frank Shine, Winamac; Frank R. Hale, Shelbyville. COX KEEN FOR TENNESSEE RESULTS DAYTON, Aug. 6 —Gov. James M. Cox, democratic presidential nominee, awaited today with keen interest official reports from the state-wide primaries in Tenn nessee on which the immediate fate of the woman's suffrage amendment may depend. Thirteen vacancies in the legislature are to be filled, three in the senate and ten in the house, and according to Mrs. Abby Scott Baker, political chairman of the national womap's party, who Is here conferring with Gov. Cox on the suffrage question, election of that number of suf frage adherents would Insure ratification. The moral effect on other members of the selection of candidales known to favor ratification undoubtedly would be great, aside from any votes that might be brought by newly elected members. Mrs. Baker said. Mrs. Baker believes Gov. Cox would be willing to go personally to Tennessee and make a plea for ratification if he thought it would bring success. “The difference between Gov. Cox and Senator Harding," said Mrs. Baker, “is that Gov. Cox asks action, while Senatot Harding asks advice.V Mrs. Baker declared there is a tendency among republican members of the Ten nessee legislature to refuse ratification, •‘because they do not wish to see the democrats get credit for the victory,” and “are opposed to suffrage anyway.” DENVER RIOTS" LULL WITH TWO DEAD, 33 HURT (Continued From Page One.) “Black Jack” Jerome. noted strike breaker, sought refuge from the mob in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Concep tion. As the fugitives rushed through the doors priests stopped the rioters, telling them the men would be afforded protec tion. A crowd estimated at several thousand persons watched the mob st work. Several of the injured were bystanders whose curiosity led them to risk their lives by crowding on the heels of the men, who systematically wrecked street cars, showered strikebreakers with bricks, stones and clubs, and fought des perately as they boarded stalled tram cars, driving off the armed strikebreak ers and demolishing the abandoned cars. DRAG ARMED CREW TO STREET. At Colfax avenue and Logan street, a mob of rioters late last night pursued a tram car, halted it and dragged its armed crew to the street. The din of the fight could be heard sev eral blocks as members of the mob clubbed the terrified strikebreakers. So confident were the Denver news papers that the strike would be termi nated successfully and without blood shed that stories were carried in yester day afternoon's papers to the effect that the strike was ended and normal service would be restored within a few days. SALARIES DATE FROM ADVANCE City Officials’ Increases Begin at Classification. Salaries of officials in cities that have rise nto anew classification through the last census will be increased under the new classification from and after the date such city is advanced to a higher class, according to a ruling of the state board of accounts. A report published In a local paper yesterday concerning the time such sal ary increases were effective was erron eous. according to the members of the board. A letter has been sent from the board of accounts to the clerks of all cities, giving full information regarding salary increases where cities have risen to a higher class through the recent census City councils, however, may pass an ordinance giving the official the maximum salary, providing the ordinance is passed within sixty days after the city goes into the new class. Otherwise he will get only the minl mnm. "If the statutes provide a city official shall be paid SI,OOO per year, which may be increased by ordinance of the common council to $1,200 per year, tho official would be entitled to SI,OOO per year from and after the date the city advances to a higher class," the board soys in its letter. “Where the common council is givoti authority to fix the salary within cer tain limits, as provided by statute, such salaries, when so fixed, will be effective only from the time of final adoption of sneh salary ordinance and not from the date the city advanced to a higher class.” Hot Summer Sun Trying On the Complexion How to Protect Your Skin and Bring Roses to Your Cheeks A Free Oatmeal Prescription Does Its Work Overnight. You Can Prepare It at Home. New York—Exposure to sun, dust and wind has a very bad effect upon the skin and complexion. There is a way to over come this. “It is my own discovery and takes Just one night to get such mar velous results,” says Mae Edna Wildei when her friends ask her about her won derful complexion and the improved ap pearance of her hands and arms. “You tan do the same thing if you follow my advice,” she says. "I feel it my duty to tell every girl and woman what this wonderful prescription did for me. Just think of it. All this change in a single night. I never tire of telling others Just what brought about such remarkable re sults. Here is the identical formula that removed every defect from my face, neck, hands and arms. Until you try it you form no idea of the marvelous change it will make in just one application. The prescription, which you can prepare at your own home, is as follows: “Uo to any grocery store and get ten cents' worth of ordinary oatmeal, and from any department or drug store a bottle of Derwillo. Prepare the oatmeal as directed In every package of Derwillo. llefoie applying Derwillo cleanse the skin thoroughly with a good cleansing cream (Lisku cold cream I have found to be the best). The first application will astonish you. It makes the skin appear transparent, smooth and velvety. I especially recommend this method for dark, sallow skin, shiny nose, freckles, tan and sun spots, coarse pores, rough skin, ruddiness, wrinkles and, in fact, every blemish the face, hands and arms are heir to. If your neck or chest is diacolored from exposure apply this com bination there and the objectionable de fect will disappear as if by magic. It is absolutely harmless and will not produce or stimulate a growth of hair. Since short sleeves are In vogue, it is neces sary to have beautiful hands and arms BILLIE BURKE IS A CUTE CROOK IN NEW MOVIE Stuart Walker Engages Jazz Orchestra for Next Week Billie learns to pick pockets and crack safes. And she throws a knife as well as the most hardened criminal. She scales walls, “jimmiet’ windows, and foils the police who try to catch her. All this is done by Billie Burke in her latest movie. “Away Goes I‘rudence.” Asa headstrong young miss, she trie3 to stir her sweetheart's heart by faking an abduction. She leads her relatives to think that she has been spirited assay by a band of crooks, who will make life miserable for her. But her sweetheart sees through the trick, and counters with another fake. Things begin to happen, and Billie finds herself in a dangerous position. Billie is clever and engaging, but the audience does not have to depend on her ability for amusement. For “the play is the thing,” and Billie has a good story, and a good director to stage this production. Unusual situations and a fast-moving plot make tile play what it is. The leading man. Percy Marmont, has some good opportunities and a good part. Charles Lane is good as the father, and the rest of the cast is fair. “Away Goes Prudence” will be shown at the Alhambra today and tomorrow. JAZZ ORCHESTRA ENGAGED FOR Mt'RAT. Wagoner's dance orchestra, which Stuart Walker has engaged to furnish the “noise” during the Coney Island case scene of “A Very Good Young Man” at the Murat next week, makes no idle boast when It is snid that its members played before the crowned heads of Europe. When overseas with the 150th field ar tillery. the boys as members of the famous Rainbow Saxophone Sextette, gave concerts at Alx-les-Bains for tbe queen of Roumania and the grand duke *f Monaco. The orchestra is composed of Bernard Haney, Frit* Wagoner, Bob Hoover, Horace Waters and Brace Loomis, all of Indianapolis. -I- -I- -!- Popular vaudeville continues at the Lyric, the Broadway and tbe Rialto. "A Little Journey" is having a pros perous week at the Murat. "At the Bottom of tho World” is the chief feature at the Ohio this week. Thomas Meighan in "The Prince Chap" is the main boxofflce attraction at Eng lish’s. Constance Talmadge U at the Circle In “The Perfect Woman.” The Isis is offering "A Ladder of Lies.” The Regent is featuring “The White Squaw” this week end. The Colouial is offering “Rklcrs of the Dawn." ROBERTS WINS IN TENN. PRIMARY Takes Gubernatorial Nomi nation by 25,000 Plurality. NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Aug. 6. Incom plete returns today from Thursday's statewide primaries indicate that Gov. A. H. Roberts was renominated by the democrats, winning by a plurality esti mated by his friends to be 23,000. The winner of the republican guberna torial nomination appeared today to be Alfred A. Taylor, 75. His friends claimed hla nomination over Col. Jesse M. Littleton, former repub lican national committeeman, by 26,000. Thirty-four years ago, Taylor wa* de feated for governor by his younger brother, “Bob” Taylor, who later died while he was in tho United States sen ate. 60 Quarts, 11 Pints in Kansas St. House Joe Dawson, 46, 29 Lanaing itreet. is under arrest today charged with operat ing a blind tiger. The police say they found sixteen gal lons of whisky in the basement of Daw son's home. Mollie Grant, alias Mary Rife. 538 East Court street, was arrested on the charge of operating a blind tiger. In a raid on a house at 343 Kansas street a few days ago tbe police found sixty quarts and eleven pints of bottled in-bond whisky. Tbe Grant woman admitted she owned tbe bouse, but said she used the butldtng as a place to store furniture. She denied all knowledge of how the whisky happened to be there. James Ballinger, proprietor of n pool room at 717 Blake street, was arrested yesterday afternoon on the charge of per mitting minors to play. Columbus (O.) Editor Dies of Heart Attack COLUMBUS, 0., Aug. 6—George F. Burba, 55, editorial writer of the Colum bus Dispatch, dropped dead of heart dis ease at his home here today. He was formerly editor of the Dayton News, owned by Gov. Cox, and was the, latter's private secretary during his first, term. and no matter how rough and ungainly the hands and arms or what abuses they have had through hard work and ex posure to sun and wind, this combina tion will work a wonderful transforma tion. Thousands who are using it re port the same results I have had." Miss O. C. says: “My complexion was poor and ray skin rough. My neck, chest, hands nnd arms were dark from exposure. The very first application of this wonderful Derwlllo-oatmeal combina tion convinced me that my poor con., plexion and skin blemishes would soon be a thing of the past. In a few weeks all these unsightly defects had entirely disappeared and I shall always use It to keep my complexion ot its best all the time I have recommended it to m> girl friends and they are just as enthus iastic over it as I am. We till use it before going to the theater, dances’ or parties, and it's wonderful what a dif ference it makes in our appearance.” Mrs. <i. V. writes: “Oatmeal and Der willo have worked miracles with my com plexion. I had many despised wrinkles and a sallow, rough skin. My hands and arms were covered with freckles. Aftet eight weeks’ use of Mae Edna Wilder wonderful complexion prescription these objectionable defects have entirely van ished. I look ten years younger, and advise every girl and woman to try it and l'eel confident after one or"two appli cations they will uRe it continually and be Just as favorably impressed with it as I am. I recommend it to all of mv friends.” NOTE —To get the best effect be sure to follow the complete directions con tained in every package of I'erwilio, and it is so simple that anyone can use it, and so inexpensive that any girl or woman can afford it. Department stores and druggists guarantee that there will be a noticeable improvement after the first application or they will refund the money, it is sold in this city at all toilet coun ters under a money refund guarantee, including the Hook and-Haag Drug Oom- Pd(ieß.—Advertisement, WEIRD SCENES IN NEIL AN MOVIE Bull Montana as the gorilla and Noah Beery as the scientist In "Got and Get It." Advance showing of Marshall Nellan’a latest movie, "Go and Get It,” gives the Now For Some Rapid Fire Action A Real Sale With a Real Reason RUBENS BIG It ■ PRICE SUIT SALE See Our Windows for a Few of the Many Elegant Patterns Starts promptly at 8 o’clock tomorrow (Saturday) morning and con tinues until closing time, 9 o’clock Saturday night. 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VTi ■■ 'J - . .... >J Plenty of Salesmen Assure You Prompt and Courteous Service This is the big sale you can’t afford to miss RUBENS 39.Er.39 Indiana daily times, Friday, august 6, 1920. Impression that this movie drama Is one of the weirdest affairs yet produced on ‘Wifie’ Couldn’t See , but Tube Told Her CHICAGO. Aug. o.—“lf wlfie could see me now," George Smith Is al leged to have said, while being en tertained In another woman’s apart ment. She didn't have to. She heard him through the speak ing tube leading to the hall. the screen. Bull Montana plays the role of a big gorrllla and for slcentiflc pur poses a doctor performs an operation on the gorrilla. After the operation is completed, a series of murders tends to increase the intensity of the movie drama. “Go and Get It” opens Sunday at tns Circle. Marion Institutions in Bad Need of Coal Speolal to Tho Times. MARION, Ind., Aug. 6. —If a supply of coal can not be secured by the county commisnionevs during the next two months inmates of the county infirmary and children at the orphans' home may suffer this winter. The commissioners have repeatedly ad vertised for bids for coal, but local deal ers refuse to promise a supply. New Act May Not Aid Employed Unless the contracting parties agree to substitution of anew contract for the one In vogue when the acta of the special ses sion of the legislature are published ano effective, teachers employed for the school year for 1920 1021 will not benefit by the new minimum wage law, according to au opinion of Ele Stansbury, attorney gen eral, submitted to L. N. Hines, superin tendent of public instruction. The acts of the special session will not be published until Sept. 15, when Gov. Goodrich will Issue a proclamation de claring them In fore*. Teachera by that time will all have been employed and therefore can not benefit by the new salary act. Since the minimum wage will become effective about the time the new school year beglna. It Is exjected that many teachers will delay entering into a con tract unless township trustees guarantee a wage level as high as the new minimum demands. I RECALL ENGLISH I AVENUE PROMISE Petitioners Cite Evidence of Mayor Jewett’s Policy. As further evidence that Mayor Charles W. Jewott has participated in the gen eral game of making a political football out of the Indianapolis Street Railway Company residents of the district served by the English avenue Una today re called that a petition for an extension of the line presented more than a year } ago has never been acted upon seri- I ously. During his campaign in 1917, residents if RUE GLADLY OPENS CHARGE ACCOUNTS fl HITE GLADLY OPENS CHARGE ACCOUSIS flj I ODD SUH SUE H SATURDAY DRESS ■ Pp DM TROUSER DEPARTMENT IS NBA COMPLETE |g NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE LINE OF SKIRTS BP We Will Double Our Big 1919 Sales Record Ladies’ White Linen A new selling record SP ECI AL ! /"V. HYFfIRnQ bas been established Regular Price $9.00 & UAt Ul\i/U by the 71-chain Boston C QC Shops in the first six t MiUtaryVkSjSk S _ High arch, "'.-Ur \\ / U/L..9 *to V 1 rr ml Jr • vamp ; sixes 2M. to 3. widths AAA to^ ’file answer for this Queen of The STYLES ATTENTION! greatest of all our /V White sales records we attrib- m jjfcs. k \ Small Rapt ute to our close atten- UfCSS £ omdll lccl tion to DEPENDABLE W \\J c VALUE s , LOWEST r- nr Walking SHOES SC 95 \ 4 Qk - fitting, long W NGjk ? | .30 J j 95 a”"'. L 4D**s eclally I * Lika Illustration J. lL L|W Babies’ Delight .1 *§ Jul Black dress shoe; fLMJ * T m A f 1 .1 .§ aal broad, roomy toes Childrens lan Play Oxfords i. \j m qja- qr W Note the Location. Open Saturday Evening Until 9 P. M. 1 hese Price3 amish Conclusive Evidence of Boston Shop Bigger Values IJ ' ’ ]/1 Prices ir, J FORMERLY BERLAND'S SAMPLE SHOE SHOP. S. KAPUS, MGR. of tbe section say, Mr. Jewett /repeated ly promised them that one of the first things he would do, If elected, would be to force the street car company ito put In the desired extension. The English avenue people waited un til after the armistice was signed and then presented to the board of public works a petition signed by almost 2,000 persons. They are still waiting. They blame the mayor, it is said, not so much for not forcing the street car company to do something which, it Is generally admitted, its depleted finances will not permit, as for his insistence be fore election that he would force the Im provement, and his insistence, in the face of knowledge of the straits of the company at a later date, that he would carry out his campaign promise. Puts Blockade on Lower California MEXICO CITY. Aug. 6.- Lower . fornia Is in a state of blockade, tlA| Mexican government proclaimed Instructions were forwarded to IglesiW Calderon, Mexican representative at Washington, to advise the state depart ment that the ports of Lower California were closed. The government also in structed Calderon to ask the state de partment to issue a proclamation call ing on Americans to remain nemtra) during fighting in Lower California.