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TODAY AT FAIR
IS GIVEN OVER
TO CITY FOLK
(Continued From Page One.)
Hedmond, Montpelier: seventeenth. Wil
liam I*. Reiser, Greenfield: eighteenth,
Herman King, Marion; nineteenth, Harry
Ciflln, Lake Cleott; twentieth, Joseph
Wolborn, Cynthiana.
Durdoc Jersey—Ralph Whitman. Sul
livan; oecond, John Knotts, Cicero;
third, Gerald Todd, Tipton; fourth, Gail
Gadbury, Upland; fifth, Harold Unger,
Forest; sixth, Leo McCashland, Liberty:
seventh, Keith Klsbury, Greenlleld:
eighth, Paul Siess, Tipton; ninth. Har
old Shannon. Ladoga; tenth. Lloyd Gad
bury, Upland; eleventh, William Ram
sey, Crawfordsvlllp-; twelfth, John K.
Dulin, Whitestown; thirteenth, Sherman
Reddish, Waveland; fourteenth. Hazel
Barker, Thorntown; fifteenth, Howard
Brumfield, Klrklln.
Hampshire—Esslg Duer, Tipton; sec
ond, Floyd Koob, Lafayette; third,
Wayne Miller. Tipton; fourth, Roy Pope,
Battle Ground; fifth. Wheldon Miller,
Tipton; sixth, Charles Morris, Tipton;
seventh, Max Hardy, Pendleton.
POLAND
CHINAS.
Spotted Poland China—lval Ratcliff,
Forest; second, George Harper, Sharps
ville; third, Ray C. White, Greenfield;
fourth, Clifford Anderson, Mooresville;
fifth, Delinar Hart. Montpelier; sixth,
Leona Kennedy, Llzton; seventh, Rus
sell Parker, Greenfield; eighth, Roxie
Hart, Montpelier; ninth, John Strahl,
Greenfield.
Berkshire —Russell Campbell, Trafal
far; second, Mildred Barker. Thorn -
jwn: third, Ira Maxwell, Trafalgar;
fonrtn. Sheldon M. Cox, Thorntown;
fifth, John Calvin, Franklin; sixth. Al
len Beesley, Thorntown; seventh. Mar
garet Barker, Thorntown; eighth. Ed
win Lagrange, Franklin; ninth, Ludley
McCollum. Monrovia; tenth, Aimn
Mitchell, Windfall; eleventh. Leonard J.
Parker, Arcadia; twelfth, Malcolm Kel
lum. Trafalgar.
Chester White—First, Rutbt Bebout,
Montpelier; second, Linville Wesler, Mil
ton: third, Robert Spotts, Centerville;
fonrth, Daisy Schell, Peovllle; fifth,
Francis Botron. Bluffton; sixth, Howard
Kerlin, Cambridge City; seventh, Clif
ford Wiggins. Atlanta; eighth, Emory
Tucker, Bryant; ninth, Ra!ph Dunning,
Atlanta; tenth, Julius Fink. Mt. Craw
ford; eleventh. Walda Barrett, Greenfield;
twelfth, Yerda Wissler, Milton; thlr-
It-cnth, Teddy Tucker, Bryant; four
teenth, Mildred Pugsley, Anderson; fif
teenth, Harold Larson, Milton; sixteenth,
Laveru Frost, Greenfield; seventeenth,
Merl Young. Summitville; eighteenth,
' ->-r!e J'unc.an, Indianapolis: nineteenth,
Oakley Frost. Greenfield.
# .or UL LtU”
FOR MUSIC.
The Indiana state fair will prove one
thing if nothing more, and that is that
the people of the Iloosier state have “one
awful ear for music.’’
Several talking machines and many
1 :anos are being demonstrated, in addi
tion to the many bands, and each place
where music is on the program, is cer
tain to draw a large crowd.
Ihe Yictor exhibit, where a real Jazz
band plays, vies for attention with the
soldiers’ hand of the recruiting service,
which is stationed in the next lot.
The political headquarters of the two
leading parties draw their share of
patronage.
At each place women are present to
s to it that their guests are well cared
for, and on hundreds of persons could
be seen roosters, small pennants reading
"I am a republican” and other similar
devices.
The Indiana Dally Times hourly bul
letin service, at the tent of the demo
cratic state committee, draws a large
crowd of persons who want reliable in
formation of what the outside world is
doing.
The sideshows continue to draw their
share of patronage, although it is hard
to determine what per cent of the crowd
that watches the outside exhibitions goes
in to see the “big performance.”
SOUVENIR
PEDDLERS
The fair, in one respect, resembles
the county fairs, for which the Fioosier
state has become famous, and that is
the large number of souvenir peddlers
who are determined that no one shall
pass until he has purchased.
No need, either, for any one to go
hungry while on the grounds.
't would he hard to judge how many
“hot dog,” ice cream, etc., stands there
ar- < n the grounds.
But all the fair visitors do not go to
the fair simply for amusement.
The many industrial exhibits draw
their share of attention, the farmers
showing great interest In new develop
m-nts In farm machinery, and the wom
en of Che farm minutely inspect the many
d“vices which make work in the farm
home easier.
Hundreds of persons daily visit the
automobile show where new models are
on display for the 1921 season.
Arrangements are now being made for
holding a night automobile show to ac
commodate the many Indianapolis citi
zens who cannot attend during the day.
BLACKFORD TEAM
WINS S2OO TROPHY
The Blackford county livestock judglDg
team composed of Mark W. Langdon,
t’harles damme, Jr., and Vaughan John-
* The Sugar Saver
among cereal foods
Grape-Nuts
No added
sweetening needed.
lon'll like the appeal
ing flavor of this
sugar-saving food.
SOLD BY GROCERS
EVERYWHERE /
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UNIFORMS 4
Street Car Men
Railroad Men J|Pa
Firemen
Policemen
Chauffeurs W W
Askin & Marine Cos. I
127 West Washington
\ Moncv back without aueatios
\J If HUNT'S Salve {mUd in the
. -yy- \ treatment of ITCH, BC2SUA.
RINGWORM. TETTER a*
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kN J A a7S ocmt txn at mu riak.
UOOK D&LO COHfAVI.
son, won the boys’ livestock judging con
test at the State Fair, It was announced
at noon today. '
They took home with them the S2OO
trophy which was held by the Clinton
county team last year, and also won trips
to te International livestock exposition
to be held in Chicago in November.
The Decatur and Tipton county teams
tied for second place, with Madison and
Clay counties finishing fourth and fifth,
respectively.
Highest honors, in the dairy cattle
judging event went to the Dearborn
county team, and these three boys will
represent the state in the junior live
stock judging event at the national dairy
show in Chicago next month.
The next four teams finished in the
order named: Madison, Wells, White
and Tippecanoe.
Loewell Beavers, a member of fht
Henry county team, had the highest Indi
vidual score In the entire contest, and
won a SIOO scholarship to Purdue uni
versity.
Ernest Durr of Tipton was second, and
won a $75 scholarship to the same insti
tution.
Ervin Beeler of Wells county, was third
and won a S3O cash prize.
The remainder of the prize winners
follow:
Fourth, Mark W. Langdon, Hartford
City, $23; fifth, Clarence Million, Carroll,
S2O; sixth. Miles Goddard, Decatur,
Charles Clamme, Blackford, and Clarence
Rogers, Madison, tied, sl4 each; ninth,
Vaughn Johnson. Blackford, Harold Leh
man, Kosciusko, and Roy Mosely.
Miami, tied, sll each: twelfth, Howard
Snell, Delaware, $9: thirteenth, Herbert
White, Hancock, $8: fourteenth. Clay
Rhodes, Clay, $7; fifteenth, Malcolm Tet
rick, Decatur, $6; sixteenth, F. Baer,
White, and Earl Pell, Clay, tied: eight
eenth, Francis 'Johnson, Blackford, al
ternate; nineteenth, Floyd Shook, Whit
ley, Ernest Beavers, Henry, and Theo
dore Smith, Marshall, tied; twenty.sec
ond, A. M. Belsel, Jay; twenty-third,
Warren Johnson, Owen, and twenty
fourth, Bert McCallister, Madison. The
last eight prizes were $5 each. /
Medals were awarded the best judge* j
In the various classes of live stock. The |
winners follow:
John Alspach, Miami, hogs: Lowell
Beavers, Henry, horses; Vaughan John
son, Blackford, beef cattle; Clarence
Gojlfrey, Huntington, dairy cattle; Her
man Magee, Henry, sheep.
The contests are held each year at the '
fair under auspices of the agricultural
extension department of I’urdue univer
sity, Prof. Carl F. Gobble In charge.
Thirty-six teams were represented this
year.
This morning the boys were given a
trip Through the Kingan packing plant
and the Union stock yards, and, follow
ing announcement of the winners at 11
o'clock In the coliseum the boys spent
the remainder of the day “doing the
fair” as guests of the fair management.
Civil War Veteran and
Wife Hurt in Smashup
Special to The Times.
NOBLESVILLE. Ind., Sept. B.—James
Rogers, a Civil war veteran, and his wife
were hurt in an automobile accident In
the western part of Hamilton county last
evening when their car crashed into an
other machine at the intersection of a
cross-roads, where the view was ob- i
structed by tall corn.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers were thrown from
the car and both cut about the head and
body, but not seriously injured.
The occupants of the other car were
not hurt. Their machine was slightly
damaged.
Bridegroom Chained
to Public Hitchrack
Special to The Times.
HARTFORD CITY, Ind., Sept. B.—Mel
bert Franslau, who Tuesday morning
claimed Miss Esther Shick of this city as
his bride, received unusual treatment
from bis friends.
For several hours he stood at the pub
lic hitchrack, chained to a post.
He was finally able to extricate him
self, but in the meantime the key to the
pair of handcuffs he wore was lost.
By appealing to Albert Sutton, sheriff, j
Franzlau was able to have the bund- i
cuffs sawed off, after paying the sheriff
$8 for the nippers. | I
AMUSEMENTS.
STATE FAIR
Day and Evening This Week
Four Harness Hares, Airplane
Flights, Autu Polo, Outdoor Vaude ;
ville. Big Midway Shows. Record-
Breaking Exhibits of Live Stork
and Farm Products, Auto and
Tractor Shows.
Royal Hippodrome Show
In Coliseum, beginning at 7 p. m.
Live Stock Parade, Royal Scotch
Band, 20 Big Circus and Vaudeville
Acts.
Battle of St. Mihiel
Infield of race track, opening
bombs at 8 p. ro., spectable begins
at 8:30 p. in 500 U. S. soldiers
and artillerymen, with tanks, ma
chine guns and grenades In a
thrilling reproduction of the his
toric fight in France.
Auto Races Saturday 2:30 P. M.
Admission tickets and reservations
for races and night shows at Hu
der's drug store, Pennsylvania and
Washington streets.
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CONTINUOUS
FAIR WEEK-SPECIAL
8 BIG VAUDEVILLE
—ACTS—
IO
BIG FEATURES
I RIALTO j
VAUDEVILLE—PICTURES jL
| Special Fair Week Attraction |
7 BI 0 1
Acts / |
Henry B. Walthall E
THE LONG ARM OF MANNISTER |
Today and With Brings Joy
all this week A Beautiful Clowned Chorus of Cabaret to Thousands
Girls
TICKLE PALM
TRICKS OF G. O.P.
ARE SHOWN UP
(Continued From Page One.)
vance Interest" of party according to law
—51,300.
.Oct. 21 —James Barnes, treasurer of
Cass county committee-—ssoo.
Oct. 21—A. P. Tudor, treasurer of Mi
ami county organization—ssoo.
Oct. 21—E. W. Cooke, treasurer of Al
len county committee—sl,ooo.
Oct. 24.—Harvey H. Cheney, treasurer
lof Tippecanoe county organization,
SI,OOO.
Oet. 26—Benj. Schaefer, treasurer of
Elkhart county committee, SSOO.
Oct. 26 Henry Dreler, treasurer of
Vanderburg county organization. SI,OOO.
Oct. 26.—Charles Slhler, treasurer of
First Indiana district, SI,OOO.
Oct. 28—Iiaymond Ryan, treasurer of
Vigo county committee, $3 000.
Oct. 31—Frank M. Boome, treasurer
of St. Joseph county committee, a total
aggregating $1,700.
Nov. I—C. L. Fowler, treasurer of
Lake county organization, $2,000.
Nov. 3—o. L. Fowler, treasurer of
Lake county organization, $3,000.
ONLY FEW OF
MANY NOTATIONS.
These are only a few of many similar
notations showing the way the repub
licans dumped thousands of dollars Into
the various counties of the state to “ad
vance the interests,” according to law, of
the republican party.
Another lavish expenditure in the
1016 campaign is listed ns follows In
the report:
June 13—Ralph A. Lemcke, expenses
Incident to demonstration in Chicago for
republican state committee, $3,645.94.
Inserted after this typewritten state
ment was the name (Fairbanks), but no
explanation was given for adding that
name to this expense "Incident to demon
stration.”
The distributing hadd went down into
the G. O. P. campaign fund barrel and
bought at the regular rates n total of
41,442 subscriptions to the National he-
Sturdy Fall Suits
For Real Boys
SI.OO Down, SI.OO a Week
It's an easy matter to get the boy a
stylish Fall suit at Menter's.
People who trade here never have n
worry where their good clothes will come
from.
There is anew
shipment of Boys’
Suits In all the
newest designs
/.and nt prices
ranging from $lO
to $w that any
J* ak boy should be
proud to wear.
Why not open
V it charge account
at Menter's right
Viz now - ? We will be
jy glad to have yon
W 'k do so. Then you
can buy clothes
for men and
women, boys and
girls and make the terras of payment
so easy that you will never miss the
money. Welcome to this friendly store.
People who live In suburban towns are
invited.
WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE
111 South Illinois Street
Open SMurdsy Night Until 0:00.
Third Door .South of Maryland Strnl.
We gladly open accounts with
out-of-town customers.
AMUSEMENTS.
MuraT today
w 11 " " 2:30-8:30
The Musical Revue.
| Matinee Tomorrow and Saturday.
Jimmy T/usseys'
With RAE SAMUELS.
Prices—Tonight, 50c, gl. *1.60, 82. *3.50
Today Mat., Me. 73c. 81. 81. SO. Satur
day matinee, SOe, 73c, sl, 81. SO, 82.
SEATS TOMORROW 0 V M.
ALL NEXT
MATINEES WED., SAT.
IT’S ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN’S
100 PROOF MUSICAL
COMEDY PUNCH
“ALWAYS YOU”
Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammer- I
stein 11. Music by Herbert Strothart. I
TOAST OF BROADWAY FOR 48
WEEKS, WITH
RENE FRANKLIN & RALPH HERZ
Undiluted Manhattan Cast and a I
Chorus That Outstrips All. *
Prices—Eve.. 50c. *l, *1.50, $2. *2.80. |
Wed. Mat., 50c, 75c, *1 and *1.50.
Saturday Matinee. 30c. 75c. *l. $1.50, $2. |
i
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CONTINUOUS VAI DKVILI.E
LYRIC
ALL THE TIME, I UNTIL II P. M.
| SPECIAL STATE FAIR |
I WEEK FESTIVAL BILL
IV )
LOTTIE MAYER
And Her Water Nymphs
‘‘Froiics o l the Sea”
7—Other Big Acta—7
Dancing In the Lyric Ball-
Room Afternoon and Evening.
English’s todt 3"
Balance week. Matinee Saturday.
Direct from one solid year at the
Knickerbocker Theater, New York.
3 listen S3
With a Sensational Cost of
Singers, Dancers and Fun Makers.
Winter Season •*
Begins SEPT. B O
TICKETS ON SALE NOW.
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1920.
publican, a paper published by George
Lockwood.
AH, YES—HERE ARE
JUST A FEW MORE!
The report shows that the various sums
for subscriptions were paid to Lockwood
as follows:
Sept. 21—51,600; Oct. 7, SI,OOO and
$1,644.20 on Oct. 24, 1916.
A few more Interesting disbursement
items of the report are as follows:
Sept. 2—American Press association,'
page plate for 177 newspapers, $368.55.
Sept. s—lndianapolis Calcium Light
company, moving picture equipment for
republican state committee. $346.75.
Sept. s—Coburn Photo and Film Com
pany, 1,000 feet of moving picture film,
$350.
Sept. 21 —Street Railways Advertising
Company for street car advertising, re
publican state committee, $1,558.40.
Oct. 7 —Atlas Advertising Company, sec
ond payment on film contract, republican
state eomittee, $460.
Oct. 21—Westlake Post newspaper
copies at regular subscription rates for
republican state committee, $741.
These disbursement Items, taken at
random from Stalnakeris report, show
the lavish and free hand with which
the republican state central committee
unloaded at least $245,022.06 in Indiana
during the 1916 campaign.
Library Seeks Relics
to Put Exhibition
During G. A. R. encampment week the
Indianapolis public library Is desirous
of having an exhibit of relics of the Civil
war, particularly OainpfMorton.
Regimental flags, old swords, muskets,
knapsacks, canteens, cartridge belts, eat
ing utensils or any mementos recalling
the life of the Civil war soldier will be
most acceptable.
An Interesting display now being
shown In the delivery room at the ceutral
library is that of stamps collected from
Japan and America. It will be shown all
this week.
Sensational Prices
s|h for State Fair Visitors Mk
Name and Serial Numbers Intact
Hu Goodrich Fabrics Goodrich SiKertown Cords
Guaranteed 6,000 Miles. Guaranteed 8,000 Mile*. ll|h - V !
Hi Price. Size. Price. Price. Size. Price. Hf Jj H
ip $23.20 30x3i/ 2 N. S. §15.75 $42.20 32x3% Rib. .832.(K) Eg
8, $38.00 33x4 ‘N. S. 27.50 ; $56.60 34x4 Rib.. 43.75 gjgg j
Other sizes not listed sold in proportion. ||
[!>, ■►Special Prices on All Auto Supplies Hlj II
®jf/ CHANGING AND MOUNTING OF TIKES FREE. ■■[////
WJ Visit Our Display at State Fair Auto Show ijIHV // /
/ FORD, MAXWELL AND CHEVRO- w mmS /
LET SPECIALS, 30x3V2 U. S.
OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 8:30 FAIR WEEK.
R-E-M-E-M-B-E-R
“Quality Considered, We Sell It For Less”
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING TILL 9 O’CLOCK
CITIZENS AUTO SUPPLY
WHOLESALE CO RETAIL
Pearl C. Barnes, Mgr. ' Homer E. Enlow, Asst. Mgr.
Mass. Ave. at Delaware and New York Sts.
MAIN 4168 BOTH PHONES AUTO. 27-564.
BOown on the
NEW EDISON
—Just Buy a
Few Records
That’s the startling offer we arc mak
ing readers of The Daily Times for the
~ Select any model you want, pay for the
few records you will need to play on it,
and both phonograph and records will be
delivered at once.
Remember, please, that this offer is
made on the genuine New Edison phono
graph, the “Phonograph with a Soul,"
invented and manufactured by Thomas
A. Edison.
A New Stock of Q-R S Player Rolls Now on Sale
THE EDISON SHOP
122 North Pennsylvania St., Opposite Keith's
SHE’LL ‘SHOW’
WHO’S DOING IT
Only *Elite? Get Invited to
Funeral.
Persons who testified that her husband
was of sound mind after she had peti
tioned to have him declared Insane, are
not welcome to the husband's funeral,
a sign put up by Mrs. Eugene Rlehl,
1303 West Twenty-fifth street. Indicates.
‘‘AH friends Invited. The three wit
nesses who testified In Justice Keller’s
office, July 12, are requested particularly
to remain away,” read* the sign.
The husband, who Is Rev. Eugene
Rlehl, former Baptist minister, died Sun
day and Is to be buried today In Crown
Hill cemetery.
Neighbors of the Itlehla believe tho
witnesses referred to In the sign are
persons who testified that Rev. Rlehl
was sane at an Inquest held In Justice
Keller’s court In July.
Dr. Herbert T. Wagner testified that
Rev. Rlehl was sane but lu need of
medical, attention, and the minister was
released.
America Will Demand
Fair Play to Oil Men
WASHINGTON, Sept. B.—The question
of recognition of the new Mexican gov
ernment has been further complicated by
the American protest against continuance
of Carranza’s confiscatory oil policy, ac
cording to authoritative opinion here to
day.
The United States probably will refuse
to recognize either Provisional President
Dp La Huerta or Gen. Obregon, who Is to
succeed him, unless assurances of fair
treatment to American oil men are forth
coming.
To Talk Financing
of Home for Nurses
Members of the city council will be In
vited to a conference at which the plans
and financing of the proposed nurses’
“DANDERINE” -
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few mti buys "Danderln.." ittN
so application of “Dandsrlae” yon ena
hot find o fallen bair or any dandruff,
bld.s every hllr shows now lifo, vigor,
brightness, noro color and thicknesv—.
Advertise moot.
home for the City hospital will be dis
cussed by the board of health commis
sioners, Dr. Herman G. Morgan, health
secretary, announced today.
The health board decided to Issue the
MOTION PICTURES. _
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111 I Maurice
TOURNEUR
Presents
THE WHITE CIRCLE
The grip of the Carbonari! And the white circle
that meant death!
Tomorrow this man, who had love and all the
world to live for, must offer himself to a foe who >
claimed the right to kill.
Come and see what happened!
Filmed from Robert Louis Stevenson’s Immortal
Thrill Tale, “The Pavilion on the Links.”
UNIVERSAL COMEDY FOX NEWS WEEKLY
DORSEY, PELTIER AND SCHWARTZ
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
GUhununithrti
TODAY—CHAS. RAY in ‘A VILLAGE SLEUTH’
- ~2.. ..I =3
Hf £E& i WIE& Thursday
ISIS "satW E
WM. DUNCAN & NELL SHIPMAN I
In Junes Oliver Curwood’s
“God’s Gountry §"!! Woman” |
A story of courage and bravery in the land of ice and H
snow, where thrills are a part of the daily routine.
johiihy “Bringing up Father” |
EAST JAZZ ENTERTAINERS
= ANNETTE
/MmXlmx KELLERMAN
“ what WOMEN love
\ j Cave Men or Mollycoddles?”
/ See Mile-a-Minute, Peppy Annette in th.
jnKwgr/ Marvelous Under Water Photography.
A Christie Comedy, Circlette of News
~ i - Seven Baldpates. Circle Orchestra.
■•^==rr^..■ . r ■ —r.J)
r
|igiri RUPERT HUGHES 1
L W'W I " * jpffily J Famous Story
"SCRATCH MY BACK"
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AMERICAN HARMONISTS ALL WEEK
THE INI'SCAL MUSIC
THE LIBERTY SEVEN i(T!4E? 14OOP”
AlwaysVortKV/Ivile f 8 ”
K3 A ■ Adapted from the colossal stags
play by Cecil Raleigh.
j
atm- Th. 11..,. of Turin. -ALL WEEK- M
Kglfl “THE COUNTRY THaA
q OO fgRSOT” J
Snub Polio.t&ihs.. Directed by
“MONEY MARSHALL NEILAN. i • _ y'.
invitation after a special meeting, held
yesterday afternoon, In which It was dis
covered the new building probably will
coat in excess of $500,000, the sum it was
originally planned to spend.
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