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TELLS NEW ARMY
TRAINING IDEA
Credit Men’s Speaker Defends
System at Luncheon.
the luncheon of the Indianapolis
.association of Credit Men yesterday at
Us* Claypool hotel, Ellis *U. Graff, su
perintendent of Indianapolis schools,
spoke on the subject ot military train
ing.
In addition to the talk by Mr. Graff
there was discussion of the matter of
“Trade and Discount Abuses and Their
Remedies.”
In his talk, Mr. Graff said that military
training does not mean merely close
order drill and the proper execution of
the manual of arms.
Just recently, in Washington, lie said,
he talked to a member of tbs War col
lege, and was told that everything that
savored of the technic of war could be
eliminated and yet. if the proper educa
tion were given, the student would be
an apt pupil that could be taught in a
short time the finer arts of war.
That, be added, was wbat the war
college desired in military training.
The foundation, he said, should con
sist primarily of general intelligence,
physical fitness and education.
He said that as long as we have no
military caste, a caste that has its place
by birth and not by merit, a democracy
need have no fear of becoming militar
istic.
In speaking of a recent visit to Camp
Taylor, he said it had the appearance of
a big university; that he saw entire
classes taught by professional instruc
tors, studying and reciting everything
.from science to mechanics.
Mr. Graff is a member of a committee
appointed to devise a program of mili
tary training in schools throughout the
country.
Think Boy Insane
Over Desire for Car
Special to The Times.
HARTFORD CITY. Ind., Aug. 6
Ralph Mullin. 19, Is lield here on an in
sanity charge, believed to have a mad
desire to own an automobile.
Mullln's penchant for autos has caused
his arrest twice in the last week, but In
each case he escaped with a fine.
He will now be held for a sanity com
mission, following his attempt to buy
a car by a false representation that he
had funds in a Muncie bank.
Lfln other Big Dropinito!|
j2#§ *gy&
Pumps, Oxfords, Ties and Sport Shoes, in All Leathers, Ail
Styles, All Finishes, All Sizes and Thousands of Them! • jl
One thing about this sale that will appeal to every woman is that there IE
is no guessing about the values. The regular prices are printed in large ra
letters on every box. And those regular prices were the very lowest in the land.
The next good thing alout this sale is that it embraces our entire regular stock of these Shoes —
not shoes bought for a sale, or a lot of left-overs.
If this were the usual season-end clearance sale, we could never
make such enormous reductions in our prices. It wouldn’t be nec
‘-x essary, nor could we afford to do it. But this sale has a broader aim
It ie aimed latak dawn
srZi,“si 55 tioo IfT [
i teaare onoe otere&uj - 1
7 North Pennsylvania St., Odd Fellow Bldg. I
164 N. Illinois St., Cor. Illinois and Ohio I
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:30
‘Wifie’ Waits for
Him Four Years
MILWAUKEE —After being married
just a week, William Meyer left hia
wife for a trip to Ohio.
That was four years P~o. S’-o --t
tired of waiting and filed suit ti>t
divorce. >
Payroll of Firemen
Increased by New Law
Fire Chief John C. Loucks estimated
today that establishment of the two
platoon system in the Indianapolis tire
department would mean the addition of
about 158 men ter the present staff of
380 and 824.". 009 to tUe pay roll.
The board of safety has not consid
ered the establishment of the new sys
tem, which was provided for by an act
of the special session of the state legis
lature.
Chief Loucks said it would be prefer
able to establish the system in the sum
mer rather than winter because the de
partment is short iu the winter through
illness of members.
FARMER FINDS 51,000 PEARL.
MARION, Ind., Aug. o.—Henry An
drews, a farmer, is exhibiting a sixteen
grain pearl which he took from the Mlss
issinewa river near Conners' mill. The
pearl is valued at SI,OOO.
□ N E-HALF
MILLION
ASSIGN HOTELS
TO G, A, R. MEN
Requests for Reservations Are
Being Received by Hundreds.
Thirty-three state departments of the
G. A. R. already have been assigned ho
tel headquarters for the national en
campment here Sept. 19-25.
Hundreds of requests for reservations
are being received daily.
Alaska will send delegates to the en
campment as well as every state in the
country.
Alaska and Washington will have head
quarters In the Spencer .hotel.
Indiana headquarters will be estab
lished at the Hotel Lincoln. California,
Nevada and Massachusetts also will have
headquarters there.
Georgia, South Carolina, Marylanu,
Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire and
Wisconsin will have headquarters at the
Washington.
At the Claypool hotel will be Illinois,
Nebraska, New York, Pennsylvania, De
partment of the Potomac.
At the Spencer will be Idaho, Kentnoky,
New Jersey, South Dakota, Washlngtqn
and Alaska.
Other assignments are Connecticut. Ed
wards; Florida, Ohio; Kansas, Williams;
Maine, Edwards; Michigan, Dennison;
North Dakota, Edwards; Missouri, Den
nison; Ohio, Severln; Oklahoma, Brevort;
Rhode Island, New Colonial; Vermont,
Brevort.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1920.
Girl Learns to
Read in 2 Weeks
NEW YORK, Aug. 6. —Facing de
portation because she could not read,
Luigaj Bnma, an Italian girl, learned
to rcijd In two weeks at Ellis Island
and will be allowed to enter the
country.
Water Rent Question
Up to State Board
Special to The Times.
HARTFORD CITY, Ind., Aug. 6.— The
question for whether the city can legally
pay winter rental rebates to consumers
whose -bills are greater than the min
imum has been asked of the state board
of accounts.
A large number of applications for
such rebates have been made.
*Doyou know
JERSEY
Cornflakes
are in town?
Buy a packag e
of the original
thick corn flakes
Xearu the
.Jersey „
'
"Ask youv Grocer
*o*-t 9
4 Car Loads of Sugar
Sells at 21 Cents
Sugar, four carloads of it, has arrived
In Indianapolis and is selling for 21 cents
a pound.
The sugar has been forced on the mar
ket by the liquidation of loans made to
a number of speculators, according to
Stanley Wyckoff, fair price commissioner.
When Something
Is Wrong
With Your Comfort
—when nervousness, indiges
tion, billiousness or some other
upset makes you think you are
not eating or drinking the right
thing
—if you’re a coffee drinker, cut
out coffee ten days and use
Instant Postum
This delicious drink with its coffee
like flavor, suits coffee drinkers. Its
value to health soon shows, and its
economy is so apparent under use
that one quickly realizes.
“There’s a Reason ff
Made by Postum Cereal Cos., Inc.
Battle Creek, Michigan
in your home
QROWING child™ iHH f
find Crispo wafer*, e= [=3 P" t*j A.
cookies, and cakes tasty, . ,
satisfyingandhealthful. I I
Crispo products please i j r'YJH
grownups, too, for /
Crispos are delightfully A —\ I /v^aj
Get CRISPO at Your Grocer’s
WANSER'S MODERN MARKET
215 North Illinois Street.
Extraordinary Specials
* Coffee, Hoosier Boy, Old Re-
49 c
v \\ uz/ I \2X WIM Ttub-No-More Soap, mr*
cy o jCR 10 hars 4DC
tixtf J y
_£u I i“i I] Powder, 1-lb cans, OOr*
I '* AuVs per P° unrt uwC
\ Y** I jlwG Tomatoes, J. P. M. Brand, No.
Mk ifWSSit 20c
CB VQV Sugar, granulated cane,
ni no i 2 pounds T:t/C
Pure Lard, kettle ren- OF
. n dered, per pound *SD C I
Country Bacon, QC „„ o>ler Gold ro „
extra fancy, per lb.. wvb | Butter, per pound Di/C
If You Are Easily Tired Out
Your Blood Needs Purifying
Clogged-up Impurities Will Under
mine Your Health.
As summer approaches the impuri
ties that have been accumulating in
the system throughout the winter be
gin to clog up the circulation, caus
ing & general weakness and debili
tated condition that Is generally
known as ‘‘Bummer Sickness.”
The first symptoms are usually a
loss of appetite, followed by a grad
ually lessening of energy, the sys
tem becomes weaker day by day, un
til you feel yourself on tho verge of
a breakdown. Children just at this
leason are peevish and irritable, and
beoome puny and lifeless.
This whole condition is but the re
mit of impurities in the blood that
Ur* h**n accumulating and make
The brokers, who have been cornering
all the they could on borrowed
money, have been forced to sell on ac
count of tae withdrawal of the loans,
Mr. Wyckoff said. v
There will probably be three or four
more cars coming in from Chicago witb-
Ing the next ten days, he said.
He said the future n.nrxet price of
sugar will not be affected.
Sugar Is selling "at 23 cents wholesale,
under the approval of Mr. Wyckoff.
themselves felt more distinctly with
the change of season. They show
that nature needs assistance in giv
ing the system a general houseclean
ing.
Nearly everybody just now needs'
a few bottles of S. 8. 8., the great
vegetable blood remedy, to cleanse
out all Impurities. It is good for the
children, for It gives them new
strength and puts their system In
condition so they can more easily
resist the many ailments so prevalent
in summer. 8. S. 8. Is without an
equal as a general tonic and system
builder. It improves the appetite and
gives new strength and vitality to
both old and young.
Full Information and valuable lit
erature can be had by writing to
Swift Specific Cq„ 609 Swift Labora
tory. Atlanta. Ga. I—Advertisement, 1 —Advertisement,
Damage Claimed for
Truck Hit by Train
Damage of $3,500 is asked in a suit
filed in superior court, room 2, by Aaron
R. Glore and Ora Glore, who are doing
business under the name of the Glore
Bros. Transfer Company, against 'the
Quality with Economy
fjf § m QUALITY—Do not doubt the quality _of
// . Bf U A our goods because our prices are low. We
//AULT f Jpb* handle the popular advertised goods which
JO you all know by name, which allow no
t? ft chance for a doubt.
yC** B ECONOMY' —We buy direct from the manu
facturer, thus saving the middlemen's ex-
GROCERY STORES s&“to“tu? tOf,U 111686 BaVinSS
—: We have the most wonderful coffee in the
■nnTxrM-fT/ninvT om/i-nxi city, and only 45c a pound. This price is
DOWNI. OWN STORE made possible by our eliminating the mld
-110 N. DELAWARE ST. dlemen's profits.
Come See These Cp-to-date Stores.
18 Stores Throughout the NEW STORE JUST OPENED.
City and Rushville. 4301 kasx NEW YORK STREET.
PURE CANE a ■ * jaws. % ■ na
STAfIDAHD P 11 P P I V
lOiaASl £ I Lb.
Powdered Sugar* 29£ lb. Brown Sugar, for cooking.23c lb.
Pint Jars dozen, 73£ Snow Boy Powder 3%^
Quart Jars ...dozen, 79£ Grandma’s Powder 4^
2 Rubber. ... ”. 1! . dozen', , J
Parawax pound, 15<J siz ® ,-.l7<p
Gloss Soap . ,3V&£ Grandma’s Naphtha Soap 7<*
Tin quart Preserving Cans, 63p dozen. While they last,
ft Our I I. A■! _ Try a pound. Bring it back if you
IsllPPl"#* Very 111. don’t like it. No charge for the
1 Sa6 “ Best amount used.
naan Ceylon, Imperial, Gunpowder, Eng
|Ln r.rv In flOa Hsh Breakfast, Formosa, Japan or
I EiM 1 s bill Mixed. Our Ceylon tea maxes de-
D ' liclous iced tea.
FULL CREAM Os ft | *"* DRINK 270
CHEESE, lb **-*'^ j Makes 33 glasses of delicious drink.
I 5 Assorted Flavors.
Bue VaJey Butler.. 63c | Oak Grono Gutter. . 63c
GOOD LUCK OLEO . . . 38c Lb.
CORN, choice quality, F ANKLIN A
a can A. M 2™ SYRUP, ean Alt
Campbell's Soups 12 <F Safety Matches
Wax Lunch Paper 5< 1-lb. can Tomato Puree 5£
Low Prices on Summer Articles
PCFFF.D -t Ql' „ > MY WIFE’S SALAD AQ n
WHEAT 1 M DRESSING MO C
ESP® 17c Hit?: 27c
coni;;: ssassf. isc
FFS i CI.IQCOT CLCB 4 *■
POST 4 Q GINGER ALE lit
TOASTIES !.£. ICF. CREAM
KELLOGG’S CORN 4/1* POWDER AmL
KELLOGG’S KORN 4 A „ JELL *
KRISPB lit JELLO 14C
I’ILLSBCRY’S HEALTH 4S n GRAPE n m
BRYN JLJL JCICF. Aftg
GRAPE- -in l ** GRAPE 4 e?
nits.....' jl/c jcice iae
HIRE’S ROOT BEER QQ. 4^
EXTRACT. BOTTLE &OC LCX l^C
GOOD ROOT HEEK EX- -f A. n LARGE BOX
TRACT. BOTTLE I‘tL MATCHES i J.&C
Flake Mite Soap 6*^g|Crystal White 50ap....6^5
It Is a Lucky Neighborhood That Has a Childs Store.
£c&M/2Uw£&>
350-354 East Washington Street
The Biggest Retail Grocery in Indiana
E-Z BAKE FLOUR, &-fl
24-lb. sack $Xt/3
Potatoes, Kentucky Cobblers, Melons, red ripe, from Georgia,
medium size, nice clean Sweet as sugar. We
stock, plug them; each...O/v
peck....- tJfC| 3 for 51.05
CALIFORNIA LEMONS, large, bright colored
fruit, dozen M. &%?■■>
NAVY BEANS, best Michigan. a
Splendid cookers IU
Borden’s Eagle Milk .31^
CRYSTAL DOMINO SUGAR, OA QQ
10-lb. cloth bag
5 lbs., $1.20 25 lbs., $5.98
Hoosier Gold and Eversweet Creamery ff EGGS, ,
Butter, lb 9ft selected and
— strictly fresh.
Peanut Butter, fine flavor, fresh AAl n dozen,
made, lb mZiiK, 50c
Brick Cheese, Cr , e b arn Chee ~‘ sharp and snappy - 39c
ib. ( ; m -
, Cream Cheese, a mild flavor, O'# a
lb .....die
Layer Cakes, _ ( Liberty Liberty
- .chocolate, Taggarts Ginger Rings,
cocoanut, York Butter Snaps, a spice
vanilla. Crackers, crisp and flavored
caramel and .. , snappy Iced wafer,
strawberry ” lb ' 25 to a
icing, each, 19C -g ~ . pound,
35* 17£ 29<?
PILGRIM RIO COFFEE, 2^ff
3 lbs., 73£
BREAKFAST BACON, sugar cured, nicely streaked,
3 lbs., SI.OO
Boiled Ham, Dried Beef, Kingan's Picnic Dixie Splits,
lean and sweet,. sweet cure, Hams, 3to 5 lbs. sweet pickles,
lb., 69* y 2 lb., 35* lb., 29* doz., 19*
LARD, pure open kettle 47^
PET MILK, 101~fc
tall cans
Glacier Ice Tea, Ginger Ale, Grape ,’uice,
a splendid blend for sparkling, quart bottle,
Iced tea, large bottles, 69*
y 2 lb., 29* 23* pint, 37*
Steel Cut Oats, 2 lbs 17* i Uncle Sam's Health F00d...17*
Post Toasties 12i/ a * ! Cream of Wheat 31*
Kellogg’s Krumbles 15* Virginia Sweet Pancake
National and Gold Medal . Fl ° ur •■•■••••• i4 <*
Q ais 12y 2 * ce ream Powder, all
Shredded Wheat 15* crushed* Rock Salt, 8 lbs!.’! .
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour. 16* Fluid’s Cake Mix 36* \
PINK SALMON, Alaska Ohum, j Q_ I
tall can ...............JlLfiy w®
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago &
Louis Railway Company and the Indi
apolis Union Railway Company for (L
ages sustained to their truck in a i
fflslon some months ago.
! The plaintiffs allege that a truck
which washing machines w:re be
transported was sirucs ny a train of
Big Four.
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