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OFFICEHOLDERS USED TO HELP JEWETT CROWD •Antis’ Tell of Fight Which Preceded Convention of G. O. P. Here. CITY EMPLOYES ‘KICK’ Not even the prospect of a stiff battle with the Democrats to elect the county ticket In November has serve! to stop the fight’ of ‘ anti” Republicans upon Mayor Charles W. Jewettt and County Treasurer Ralph Lemofee for control ol the G. O. P. organization in Marlon County. Instead of biding their time municipal campaign opens next year the •’antis" are forging blithely ahead, build ing their fences regamless of the glee which their disruption of the Republican machine occasions In the Democratic county camp. . "You gotta get up early in the morning and stick to it until late at night every day in "the year to lick that .Tewett crowd, and that's what we’re doing," remarked one anti. SPRING BATTLE HERE IS RECALLED. How hard a problem it will be for the antis to free the Republican party of Jewett-Lemcke-News control Is thorough ly demonstrated by a review of the fight for control which the antis lost In the Republican county convention last spring. An influential ‘‘anti’’ has revealed for the first time the details of that memor able battle, details which ought to make the former adherents of the "good gov ernment and clean politics” regime spend sleepless nights in sad reflection. The night before the convention it be came generally known among politicians that the ‘‘antis'’ had pledged enough votes to elect E. E. Hodgin county chair man, over Leonard Quill, who, up to half an hour before the convention opened was the Jewett-Lemcke candidate. In 'desperate straits, it is said, Mayor Jewett, Quill, Harry Hendrickson, after ward the successful candidate for county chairman, Lemeke and “Bull Moose” Walker, professional bondsman, climbed into a motor car and started a tour of the county. REVEALS TRICKS LSED IN' CAMPAIGN. How well they did their work was evidenced by Mr. Hendrickson’s majority the next day. Some of the things done by the quintet in the motor car daring the hoars of darkness, as revealed by the prominent “anti,” were typical of the "good gov ernment and clean politics" regime. Fifty-three of the Republican precinct committeemen of Marion County art; city office holders or employes. Sometime during the night, It Is said, Mr. Jewett managed to get word out to committeemen Included in this category that a vote for the "anti” candidate on the morrow meant dismissal from the city service. Qualifications for a city Job were shifted over night from a basis of ef ficiency to loyalty to the Jewett-Lemcke- News machine. As to the votes of committeemen whose bread and butter was not directly under the control of the mayor were lined up for the machine candidate, the “antis" darkly hint at the use of suras ranging as high as $l5O each. CONFIDENT OF JEWETT'S OVERTHROW. All this the "antis" ire telling, despite the fact that they undoubtedly know that the Republican position before the voters who will act at the polls in No vember Is weakened thereby. p At the same time the antis are openly confident of their ability to overthrow the Jewett control In the municipal cam paign next year. The fifty-three committeemen no longer can be held in line by threats of dis missal, because their Jobs will depend 'upon the new mayor, they say. Complaints of citizens that city em ployes are spending more time ia poli tics than they are in the municipal serv ice are beginning to "get under the skin” of some. Witness the petulant remark made by the head of a city department: "A man holding a political office ought not be expected to stick on the Job all the time. "Why, how can I be expected to come down to work right on time every morn ing and stick here all day long, night before last I had to work until 11 o’clock getting out cards warning vo ters to be sure and register, and last night I had to go to a meeting and stay ont until almost midnight.” Woman Foils Plot to Wreck Elevated NEW YORK, Sept. 1?. —An alleged at tempt to cause a wreck on the elevated tine of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Com pany was frustrated by a woman yes terday. The woman informed the police she saw two men driving a spike in a switch at a point where the elevated structure is fifty feet above the street. Policemen removed the spike Just be fore a train crossed the switch. The district attorney began an inves tigation of the collision on Saturday. Colby Praises Work of Catholics in War WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.—Women can bring about social betterment by the exercise of their newly won franchise. Miss Helen P. McCormick, assistant dls trict attorney of Brooklyn, declared be fore the Conference of Catholic Charities, which was In session here yesterday. Secretary of State C'olby opened the (Mference with an address, in whlcn IM paid high tribute to the work of Catholic organizations during the war. Rob Columbus Home of $16,400 COLUMBUS,- Ohio, Sept. 14.—Gaining entrance to the residence of John .T. Joyce, well-known local politician and real, estate dealer, In daylight yester day. two men stole $16,400 worth of Jew elry and cash from Mrs. Surah L. Roberts and escaped. Mrs. Roberts Is a sister-in-law of Joyce. H>e admitted the men, who falsely ktated Joyce sent them for “some papers." Colorado Landslide Blocks R. R. Traffic GRAND JUNCTION. Colo., Sept. 14. Wlthj tons of earth continuing to roll down the mountain sides in one of the worst landslides experienced on the west ern slope In many years, "covering more than 600 feet of track on the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, near Debeuqtie, forty miles northeast of this icty, rail road officials yesterday declared It would be a week before traffic could be re gained. 3,000 in Panic When Liner Sticks in Mud MONTREAL, Quebec, Sept. 14.—Nearly 3,000 passengers oil the Canadian Pacific liner Metagana were thrown into a panic when the 12,000-ton vessel struck a mud bank at lie Bouchard, twenty-five miles out of •Montreal, and stuck fast during a dens* fog. The passengers were tracs fe.-ied to the steamer Three Rivers a.id taken to Quebec. Plans Made to Handle City League Meeting Plans for handling the National Mu nicipal League conference, which will be held in Indianapolis Nov. 17 to 19. at the Invitation of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce were made by the municipal research committee of the chamber yesterday. A review of the year’s work of the Bureau of Municipal Research was given by Robert E. Tracy, the director. Future plans for activity In the city planning movement, which originated this committee, were discussed. DOVE MERIDITH DOES THRILLER Tumbles Down Alabama Mountain Side. Having passed through as daring experience as Helen Holmes, the movie picture actress ever dared to attempt. Miss Dove Merpditb, official stenographer of Superior Court, room 2, yesterday was at her desk follow ing her return from a vacation in the Sand Mountains, In Alabama. Miss Meredith staged her thriller while coming down the mountain in a donkey cart which skidded on the narrow road, throwing Miss Mere dith. her companion, donkey and cart over a cliff. “When we stopped we looked down and discovered we only had three more miles to fall," she said. Miss Meredith, who was unlnju.red, was unable to explain her escape. “I am telling them here that It was not a white mule," she laughed. REALISTIC DREAM BRINGS DIVORCE The fourth trip to the marriage al tar resulted yesterday in another di vorce being granted to Mrs. Sarah Wickman by Judge Linn Hay of Superior Court, room 2. This Is the third time the plaintiff has been divorced, twice obtaining a divorce herself, once a former hus band obtaining it and one husband dying, the records show. Mrs. IVickman testified that her fourth husband would suddenly at tack her In the nights, and on one occasion her false teeth were knocked out, according to court records. Mrs. Wickman testified that her husband explained these assaults by stating that he was dreaming that burglars were entering the house. The Wickmans hare lived at 534 East North street and 91$ East Thir ty-Fifth street. The csse was not contested. INDIAN CLAN OF WAR MOTHERS I i A charter has been issued to a | chapter of Indian War Mothers, Mrs. Alice M. French, national pres ident of the American War Mothers, announced yesterday. The chapter is composed of thlrty ; two women of the Sioux Tribe, whose sons served in the war, and it is i situated at Fort Gates. N. D. The officers are Bear Ghost, war mother: Mrs. Buckley, vice war mother; Mrs. Basil Two Bears, sec retary, and Mrs. Fast Horse, treas urer. • The chapter Is known as the Can non Ball Chapter. A meeting of the national hoard of directors of the War Mothers will be held in Louisville. Sept. 29 j and 30. The board is composed of the na tional officers and of state War Mothers as the heads of the state organizations are designated. Mrs. French said thirty states are organized with state officers, and that every state in the Union has chapters of the organization. TRIES SUICIDE IN MUNCIE JAIL Special to The Tlme6. MUNCIE, Ind., Sept. 14.—Insane from j illness and imagining be had been given : a long prison sentence, Herman Girbv, ! 28, Mitchell, attempted sulde yesterday I by hanging himself with bed clothing i in the Jail here where he was held on ; a charge of selling furniture for which ' he had not paid. Kirby was cut down by Richard J Peckinpaugb, a fellow prisoner, before he had been harmed. Masons to Observe Lowering of Flag Exercises for lowering tb* service flag of the Marion Lodge No. 35, F. and A, M., will be held Thursday. There are 235 stars' in the flag with one gold star for’ George P. Storm, who tvas | killed in the Argonnc drive. The service flag will be placed in a hermetically sealed glass case together with the inscription of the service men. Addresses will be made by Capt. Ar thur Geudel and Col. W. S. Boyle. John Watson and 11. H. Hubbard will ; give readings. The service flag will be taken down by I the oldest member* and-will be presented I to the soldiers, who will fold and put it I away. i A number of patriotic songs will bo ; included In the program. Little Journeys to the Mayor’s Office Mayor Charles W. Jewett started the week away from his office, the Times reporter who called at the executive chambers In the city hall at 11:13 o'clock yesterday morning concluded. The mayor was not in. Charges Publicity BrokeJNegotiations LONDON, Sepf. 14.—Suspension of ! trade and political negotiations between I Lloyd George and Trade Commissioner ; Kameneff resulted from publication by ; the Dally Herald of the alleged offer of a $375,000 subsidy by the Soviets, the Times declared yesterday. The newspaper said Kameneff knew liutbipg of the offer from Moscow. Meantime he was said to have financed trading companies to send automobiles and clothing to Russia. First Exhibit Opens An exhibit by the Midwest Engine Company in the delivery room of the Indianapolis Public Library building, which opened yesterday and will con tinue the remainder of the week, is the first of a series of displays of products of Indianapolis manufacturing plants that will be shown during the remainder of the year as the result of the co operation of the officials of the library and the Indianapolis Chamber of Com merce toward ‘‘selling’’ Indianapolis products to Indianapolis people. **hV)HDINF N, <* ht on* Mornlnf. \ J/Hoorn Strong, Healthy Eye*. If they Tire, Itch. £o Smart or Burn, if Sore, Vmm CVCC Irritated - Inflamed or lUUR LY to Granulated, use Murine often. Soothes, Refreshes. Safe for infant orAduU. At all Druggists. Write for l?rt - Eye Book. Rntse Eye iUndy Cc, QCtgmt COUNCIL HEAD WILL ASK FOR PAVING INQUIRY Why the Jewett admlinstration has been unable to keep the streets of In dianapolis from going to pieces and why many repairs on downtown streets made under the supervision of Street Commis sioner A. O. Meloy have lasted no longer than three weeks will be sought to be disclosed by an investigation which Gustav G. Schmidt, president; declared yesterday he intends to try to persuade the city council to Inaugurate in the near future. “I want to see. an expert engineer hired to make a thorough analysis of the street troubles which are costing the taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dol lars every year," Mr. Schmidt said, "and 1 belieye the majority of the eouncilmen stapd with me." At the same time that the street Inves tigation is in progress, Mr. Schmidt said he intends to hare introduced an ordi nance re-routing all street cars which now traverse the congested district in a loop through Ohio street, Capitol ave nue, Maryland and Delaware streets, and to push through with all due speed changes in the traffic ordinance which will solve the problem which has grown stead ily more serious during the last year. “Approximately $400,000 has been spent on street repairs during the last year." the council head said, "without the re sults which might be expected. “I do not believe that the city is get ting 25 cents on the dollar in value of street Improvements and I think the big gest single responsibility facing the coun cil is to find ont why. •‘lt is not fair to the taxpayers to compel them to pay for putting down a street which lasts less than ten years and then to pay for repairs which do not last at all. “The council has been observing some of these repairs from time to time and has discovered many startling things. "For instance, we watched a patch which was made on the asphalt pave ment In the Circle and found that it did not last three weeks. “If this Is the kind of work that $400.- 000 per year is being spent on I think we should have some competent, investi gator to tell ns why. "Payment of an unbiased engineer to make such an investigation would be a very good Investment, I believe. "Wes got to get a better system of street building and repairing If we are to meet the responsibilities Imposed by the ever increasing traffic. “My idea would be to have such an in vestigator go through the whole street department. Including the asphalt olant. "Then I think that the care of atreets should be in the hands of a wan trained for rW work." Street Commissioner Meloy got bi “training" as a bailiff in one of the county courts and a* a Republican polit ical worker in Wayne Township, It is said. Mr. Schmidt said that he readzed that he would encounter considerable opposi tion from certain Interests when he brings up the matter of establishing the new street car loop. “I Introduced an ordinance to establish such a loop more than a year ago and 1 withdrew it because of the financial plight of the street car company, but the time has come when the solution of the traffic problem can not be put off longer, when the interests of the whole <ity and not of Just a few citizen* must Le con sidered." VOCKEY DRAFTS NEW ORDINANCE. Meanwhile Assistant City Attorney Harry E. Yoekey Is drafting anew ordi nance to replace the present traffic law, which will embrace several important changes discussed by the board of pub lic safety and the council some time ago. One of the most Important changes contemplated is the establishment of flat, instead of 30-degree parking on some downtown streets clear through the con ge-it. ! district. The board of safety wa* to go over the new ordinance at Its weekly closed con ference this afternoon. Before it is brought to the council officially. It Is understood, another con ference will be heldfwith the legislative body for the purpose of ironing ont dif ferences before the measure become* | public. Mr. Schmidt said that he did not ; know when this would he | held. He also stated tjat the board of pub j lie health has requested a conference , uron the proposed capenditure of $500,- 000 for the conatructlon of a nurses ! home at the < ity hospital, but that he did not know when this could be held. I The special meeting of the council, at which these and ojher matters werr to come up. will not be called until after the conferences. Mr. Schmidt said. Will Invite Credit Men to Indianapolis ! E. G. Ilolmos, president of the In- I diauapoiis Association of Credit Men. and a member of the board of directors of the National Association of Credit Men, will ' attend a meeting of the national board 1 of directors at Atlantic City, Sept. 15 to 18, and will extend an Invitation on be- I half of the Indianapolis Association, to ! hold the next national convention in ! this city. if the national convention is secured i for Indianapolts It will bring between • 3,000 and 4.000 persons to the city. 2 Taken to Hospital When Auto Hits Pole Special to The Times ANDERSON. Ind., Sept. 14. -John Mc- | llwraith and Eugene McQulre, Anderson ! young men. were seriously Injured yes terday when the roadster in which th*y were riding struck a telephone pole and was demolished. Both are in a hospital. c There ’s no waste to Grape -Nuts and it saves sugar, for it contains its own sweetening > No cooking is necessary and the likable flavor of this wheat and malted barley food is eQualed only by its economy. W Grocers everywhere seU Grape >Nuts. '0 WE SPECIALIZE IN THE FITTING OF elastic hosiery, abdom. If \ mi BELTS ’ defqrm>ty ■ 11 WwlwV BRACES. ARCH SUPPORTS. Etc OUGAN-JOKNSON GO., surgeons supply house,” 29 w. Ohio St. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1920. Stung? Purt’ Nigh! Scores of citizens of Irvington have been passing almost under a hornet’s nest every day without knowing it was there. The nest was discovered near the end of the Irvington c*v line by A. W. Len non, 515 Stevens street, and Richard Erna, 422 South Douglass street. They threw a sack over the nest and captured It, hornets and all. Then they killed the hornets with a sulphur candle. Both insist they made the capture without being stung. CHAPLIN’S WIFE ASKING ESTATE Charlie Says He’s Too Sleepy to Discuss It. NEW YORK, Sept. 14.—Mr*. Mildred Harris Chaplin, wife of the laughter king of the movies, has decided to drop divorce proceedings and sue to obtain a half interest in her husband's estate, estimated at $3,000,000, it was announced yesterday. Mrs. Chaplin's attorney, Henry Gold-, smith, said if a settlement satisfactory to Mrs. Chaplin could not he arranged then suit would be started to tie up all of Chaplin’s property, on the ground he Is a British subject, who has threat ened to go back to England and never return. Mrs. Chaplin said their marital trou bles were due to her husband's social istic theories) which "he liked to talk about and wanted me to practice." But Charlie wasn't losing any sleep over his troubles. When reached by the telephone at tho Ritz-Carlton, where he answers to the name of “Mr. Spencer," he said he wanted to sleep and could not be dis turbed until he woke up at 1 o’clock. CARDINAL URGES WOMEN TO VOTE Gibbons Says Old Opposition Has Been Withdrawn. BALTIMORE, Sept. 14. —Exercise ot the franchise not only as a right, but as a duty, Is urged upon ail women by Cardinal Gibbons, in an Interview given out yesterday. The cardinal said: "While I have been opposed to woman suffrage because I frit that suffrage would withdraw them from the more delicate and sacred pur suits of home life, now that they have been given tbe vote. I urge upon all of them the exerciae of that auffrage, not only as a right, but as a duty. “It Is their duty both to register and vote, especially in the coming presi dential election. They should rote for the candidate who will, In their opinion, contribute best to the material and social progress of the state.” WHEAT MEN MEET IN KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Sept 14 The financial fate of millions of huhels of the 1920 whest crop yesterday with representative* Os the Wheat Growers' Association and Farmers' Union, In ses sion here. The conferee*. representing 500.000 farmer*, will hold out for $3 a buahel for their crops, it wa* intimated early in the session. The farmer* declare they* would face ruin if compelled to aell at $2 75 a bushel. Confesses Killing Two Eel ter Sisters NEW BRUNSWICK. N. J.. Sept. 14 Michael Mazakovleb ha* confessed the double killing of Sadie Felter and her *lter Bnle. according to police here. The man wa* said to have made the confession at a hospital where he wa* taken following hi* capture by soldiers from the Rariten arsenal who abot him in the leg. Effort to Fish Auto From St. Joseph River Rpecisl to The Times. SOUTH BEND, Ind , Sept. 14 Direr* and a wrecking crew are endeavoring to retrieve an automobile from the bottom of the St. Joseph river, where It Is said to have been driven by Paul Null of this city In an effort to conceal evidence of Its theft. Null stole the machine at Laporte, Ind , It la said. A Woman’s Right is to enjoy good health. The secret of good health is chiefly to maintain nor mal activity of the stomach, hovels, liver, skin and kidneys. BEECHAM’S ® PILLS Lu*t Safe of Aar M.dfc cino is tho World. Sold ovorywher*. In hoses, 10c.. 28a. COPPER DENIES BEING TJT UP’ After fifteen years of service In the police department, during which he has a good record, Henry F. “Baldy” Hare, patrolman, was suspended yesterday by Chief of Police Jerry Kinney. Hare, It is charged, was under the influence of liquor when he arrested a man on East Washington street. Hare today denied he hod been drink ing liquor. At the time of the trouble on East Washington street the emergency squad, in charge of Sergt. Fred Winkler, was passing and stopped when they saw a large crowd gathered at the corner and investigated. Many persons In the crowd declared the policeman was drunk and demanded that the sergeant take him to police headquarters. Patrolman Hare was taken to police headquarters -In the emergency automo bile and Capt. Alfred Ray took Hare's badge. The name Arthur F. Goodwin, 25, of 1421 East Market street, appears on the turnkey’s "slate" at 9:30 o’clock Sunday night, and Goodwin is charged with dis orderly conduct, the arrest being made by Patrolman Hare “IT’S A FRAME-IJF,” DECLARES HARE. "It’s a frame-up," declared Patrolman Hare today. "I had been given orders by Lieut. Woolen to keep loafers off the corner In front of the drug store at Ori ental and Washington streets. "A man. Arthur Goodwin, 25, 1421 East Market street, had stopped at tho corner and was,hanglng around in front of tho store and I asked him what he was do ing, and be said be was waiting for a friend. I asked him what direction he expected his friend to come from and be said from up town. Then l told him my orders and asked him to please wait on the corner across the street so that the drug store man would not report mo. Ho told me he would wait where he pleased. Then I arrested him. A crowd gathered and the emergency auto mobile stopped. "I have not taken a drink in months and was not drinking last night. There is a certain member of the police force who tried to get me flred before and he is trying it again, it'a a framme-up. Those loafers who hang around tbe drug store corner yelled that I was drunk Just to get even with me for ordering them to move on." Rules of the '© (i * ' As the t,uarv " sSf i Jrjk h CIT Dollar Day fifi awn T. ffi H| §| we can not guar itemi. We antee Items DOLLAR DAY Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 15th This store .always active in keeping prices down, on Dollar Day redoubles its ef forts to offer good merchandise at lowest prices. Every department has some thing very choice to offer you in values. Surely you’ll find something on this page to bring you to Goldstein’s tomorrow morning. Pair Silk Hose Women s pure silk hose vl in plain and drop atitch effects; double silk lisle garter tops and soles. Colors are black, white, grey and brown, every pair per fect; pair, SI.OO. 2 Pairs Hose Womeu's lace striped hose of pure silk and fiber mixed, in pretty two-color com binations. Irregulars of SI.OO $1.26 qualities; 2 pairs, sl-00. 4 Pairs Hose Women's medium weighty JL cotton hoje. In black, white and dark brown; made with double garter tops and soles, our 39c qualities; 4 pairs, SI.OO. 3 Union Suits Women’s light weight WJL cotton union suits, low necks and sleevless, tight knee; sizes 40. 42 and 44; our 55c line; every suit perfect; 3 union suits, SI.OO. 3 Pairs Bloomers Women's and misses fJJ-i. light weight knitted cotton bloomers In white and pink; our 49c lines', every suit perfect; 3 pairs, SI.OO. 6 Pairs Hose Boy’s and girl’s medium weight ribbed cotton hose for school wear. In brown; all sizes from 5 to 9',4; every pair per fect; 6 pairs, SI.OO. -Goldstein’s, First Floor. 4 Yards Bleached Muslin Bleached muslin, the genuine “Onward” brand, our regular 30c quality; 4 yards for SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, First Floor. 5 Yards Unbleached . 4?*i Muslin <3? JL Unbleached muslin, full yard wide, a good quality; on sale, 5 yards sor 7 SI.OO. —Goldstein’s. First Floor. 2 Pillow Cases These pillow cases arevJL irnnie of good quality bleached muslin of 59c grade, on sale Wednesday, 2 pillow cases, SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, First Floor. 2 Pairs Men’s Work Men’s leather work gloves with gauntlet cuff, regular price, 69c, for this sale, 2 plrs, SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, First Floor. 6 Pairs Men’s Hose. • Our special 19c line oftiPjL fine g%uge cotton hose in black, white, cordovan, grey and navy, reinforced at all wearing points; 6 pairs, SI,OQ. Illinois Miners Are for Helping Kansas SPRINGFIELD, 111., Sept. 14—Illinois miners are overwhelmingly in favor of helping Kansas coal miners fight the In dustrial court of Kansas. On a vote to appropriate SIOO,OOO for the purpose they cast 28,955 for to 938 against the proposition. Returns on the vote have been tabu lated at mine, union headquarters here. The proposal to appropriate the amount to the Kansas workers was submitted to the miners about three weeks ago. The appropriation is in the nature of a loan. Culver Boy Falls in Speeding Crusade F. W. Shldeler, 16, of 717 East Thirty third street, a Culver student, was fined $1 and costs in City Court yesterday tor speeding. Shideler. who, according to the police, was traveling at the rate of forty-five miles an honr, was caught at Meridian and Forty-sixth street. War Romance Ends in Marriage _o_f Couple Special to The Times. GREENSBURG, Ind., Sept. 14.—A war time romance that begun In a base hos pital in France two years ago, was cul minated Sunday afternoon when Ernest V. Erdmann of this city and Miss Nelle Davis of DePauw, Harrison County, were married at the home of the bride s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Davis. The couple met two years ago In France as members of the Lilly Base Hospital No. 32. Mr. Erdmann Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Erdmann of this city, a graduate of the Greensburg high school and a student at Indiana University. Before entering the army he was em ployed at the Third National Bank her*, but for the last year has been at De troit, Mich., employed by the American Distributing Company. They will reside at Detroit. LARGEST ARMY CAMPS. Q. What were the ten largest army camps In the United States on Jan. 1, 1919? R. H. K. A. The war department states that the ten largest camps In the United States Jan. 1, 1919, were as follows. Camp Bragg, Banning. Lewis, Knox. Jackson, Custer, Dlx, Meade, I-ee and Upton. 3 Pairs Men s Hose ... 04 Men’s silk and cotton hose in novelty, checked and striped patterns; colors are grey, wine, gold and cordovan; every pair perfect and reinforced at all wearing points; 75c values, 3 pairs. SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Men’s Annex. 2 Pairs Men’s Work Gloves V* Made of heavy split horsehide leather in wrist length or gaunt let style, also mitten style; special, 2 for SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Meu’s Annex. Athletic Union Suits... Men’s athletic union wJL suits of fine checked nainsook, sleeveless, kne length style; sizes 34 to 46; suit. SI.OO. —Goldstein's, Men's Annex. 2 Men’s Shirts dj-l Men's balbriggan shirts, ecru color, shirts with short sleeves, ankle length drawers, double guesset, 65c quality, 2 gar ments for SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Men’s Annex. 4 Pairs Men’s Hose.. • Men’s “Ipswich” mikevJ. fine lisle finished cotton hose, reinforced at all wearing points, black only; 35c quality, 4 pairs for SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Men’s Annex. 3 Yards Marquisette..^*^ 36-inch mercerized, mar-sss* noisette, ecru color, launders beautifully; regularly 45c, on sale, 3 yards for SI.OO. 1 Pair Curtains -4 Fifty pairs ruffled cur- <9* JL tainß of scrim, hemstitched, plain and lace edged ruffles. 2% yards long; regular values to $1.75 (limit 2 pair to customer), each, SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Fourth Floor. * 20 Curtain Poles Four feet oak and white enamel finish curtain poles, com plete with bracket and ends, ready to hang; regular 10c qual ity, 20 for SI.OO. , —Goldstein’s, Fourth Floor. 10 Hemmed Barber •£4 Towels vJL Soft, serviceable quality, also very desirable for individual hand towels; hemmed; 10 for SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Flrt Floor. 6 Turkish Towels £*4 15x30 inch Turkish tjfJL towels, in soft absorbent quality, full bleached hemmed ends; 6 for SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, hilrs^Joor, Ice Cream Soda Got Bad Start in Paris , but Ifß Rage Now PARIS, Sept. 14.— After making a some what disappointing start the Ice cream soda is slowly gaining ground In Paris lq competition with the whole category of French and American alcoholic drinks, ranging from vermouth chassia to the kick-producting martini and Jack Rose cocktails. It is a bit too early to make any pre dictions, but It seems likely that the number of soda fiends will have at least tripled before another year rolls around. For the first time in history Paris is really taking to the tall glass of fizz and syrup, and seven soda emproriums now sport themselves on the boulevards. The first soda fountain to open in Pare© hid itself modestly In the shade of tits' famous old Madeleine church. Its patrons were chiefly Americans and a few Englishmen who had acquired the habit in one of the drug stores on the Strand. A daring Frenchman opened a big soda parlor in a brand-new building on the Boulevard des ltaliens, three blocks from the Opera, with a marble fountain, regular soda Jerkers and all the para phernalia that goes with a regular Amer ican place. The first Sunday a few brave souls seated themselves at the sidewalk tables, dragging sodas through straws and drawing laughs from thousands of pass ersby. For the average boulevard pvomenader looked upon ice cream soda with the same amused air we used to turn on the silt skirt. Now that same place is crowded every Sunday afternoon. Inside und outside on the sldewalkb, and other aoda foun tains have sprung up. One Is even located in the heart of the "badlands" district, where painted ladies may be seen eating strawberry sundaes by the hour. The vast majority of the patrons. It must be confessed, are women. It is quite an ordinary thing to see a family seated around one of the tables with mother and the girls drinking sodas, brother having a beer and father pol ishing off a glass of whisky or cognac. The prices are a bit steep—the equiv alent of 60 cents for a good soda, not \ counting the tip. 5 Huck or Turkish Huck 18x36-inch, or Turkish, towels. 16x31 inches; very desir able hand towels, 5 for SI.OO. —Goldstein's, First Floor. 5 Yards Crash Toweling 9 X Choice of bleached or un bleached union linen crash, for tea. kitchen or hand towels, 5 yards, SI.OO. —Goldstein's, First Floor. 2 Percale Aprons Q 4 Small, fitted band apronsfjF JB. of light and dark percale; 59c quality, 2 for SI.OO. Percaline Petticoats.. 4 Petticoats of Copen- 9 -®- hagen, navy, black or purple per caline. tucked or ' plaited flounces; $1.25 and $1.49 quality, SI.OO. 2 Children’s 04 Bloomer Drawers Children’s fine nainsook bloomer drawers, with embroid ery ruffles; sizes 2 to 6;, 59c quality, 2 for SI.OO. —Goldstein's, Third Floor. Muslin Gowns (fi^4j Muslin gowns; lace and <37 JL broidery trimmed; also made of crepe muslin in tailored styles; sizes 16 and 17; regular $1.50 quality, SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Third Floor. Muslin Chemises fi*4 Made of good quality <s?.£. muslin, with lace and em broidery patterns; many attrac tive stales; sizes 38 to 44; special for Dollar Day, SI.OO. Muslin Pett’coats 0| Made of good quality V ft. muslin, embroidery trimmed flounces; sizes 36 to 40; regular $1.49 values, at SI.OO each. —Goldstein's, Third Floor. 8 Pairs Canvas Gloves. d*4 Men’s good weight vas gloves, made full sized with knit wrist; 8 pairs, SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Men’s Annex. Brownie Overalls 04 Boy's brownie overalls, JL of plain or striped blue denim; sizes 4 to 15 (limit 2 to cus tomer) ; regular $1.25 and $1.50 qualities, at SI.OO. —Goldstein’s, Men’s Annex. Boy’s Knickerbockers. 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