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BERIBBONED AND BANNERED TO GREET HEROES (Conttnncd From Page One.) urer of the Indiana division, is arranging to receive the Rev. E. 8. Shumaker, di vision commander, who is now in Wash ington, D. C. Dr. John M. Adams of Cincinnati, Ohio, commander of the Department of Ohio, G. A. R., arrived yesterday in company •with T. R. Shinn, past commander of the Ohio department, who is also a delegate from that State. Many of the Ohio veterans are expected to arrive today. Not a single accident was reported to the physicians in charge of the first aid station at the Union Station, and nurses in attendance yesterday say that only six patients required medical as eistance for minor illness. All things considered, the reception and housing committees at the Union Station functioned to almost a degree of perfection. ASSIGNMENT OF ROOMS EASTS FAR INTO NIGHT. The assignment of rooms to guests was carried out without a break through out the day and far into the night. During the day the veterans were car ried to the assigned lodgings by volun teer citizens in automobiles. More than a hundred white-haired vet ersns arose to attention when the Wis consin Drum Corps sounded' the first notes of “The Star-Spangled Banner" as the opening number of a short entertain ment in the lobby of the Claypool Hotel last evening. Among the selections played were many of the old-time favorites, including “Sti ver Threads Among the Gold," and mili tary songs made famous during the Civil War. TCESDAY TO BE REUNION DAT. A. N. Grant will preside at the camp fire, which will be held after the parnd? Past Grand Sire John B. Cockrum will deliver the welcome address. Corporal James Tauner, Washington. D. C., will respond. Judge Samuel M- Hmch, Ft. Wayne, past department com ma ider; Samuel Ryan, ptst department commander. Mrs. Daniel Waugh. Tipton, past president of the Women's Relief Corps, will speak. Tuesday several hundred reunions will lie held by the various companies, bri gades and the like. It is at these reunions of the small groups that the veterans have their most enjoyment. s The Central Navy Recmitng band gave a three-hour concert this morning at the Union Depot under the direction of Bandmaster A. Mara vac. At 7.30 p. m. the Indianapolis Solitary Band will give a concert. The Tuesday band concert schedule Is as follows: 9 am., Union station, two hour con cert by the Central Division Navy Re cruiting hand; 2 n. m.. Monument, sorth side, Btst Field Artillery band: 2 p. m.. Monument north side. Central Division Navy Recruiting band; 7 p. m. Monument; north side. Indianapolis Military band; 7:30, Lincoln Hotel. In diana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' band: 8:30, Statehouse, Indiana Soldiers and Sailors' Orphans' Home hand: 9, Denison Hotel. Indiana Sol fliers’ and Sailors’ Qrphans' Home band. PARADE ORDERS FOR WEDNESDAY. The following parade orders have been issued: Wednesday, parade, 10 a. m.. Altoona, Pa., band; Indiana Soldiers’ and Sailors' Orphans’ Home band. Central Division Navy Recruiting band, 81st Feld ; Artil lery band, Indianapolis Newsboys’ band and four other Indianapolis bands; the Dally Times drum corps, Milwaukee drum corps, Michigan drum corp#,-Sioux Falls. S. D., drum corps: Liucoin.yNeb., drum corps, and four local drum ccrtps; 2:30 p. in., Monument, south side, Al toona, Pa., band: 2:30 p. ra.. Monument, north side, Altoona, Pa„ band. Thursday, 9:30 a. m„ Monument, south side, Altoona, Pa„ band; 2 p. m.. Monu ment, north side, Central Division Navy Recruiting band; 2 p. m.. Monument, south side, Indianapolis Newsboys’ band; j 7 p. m.. Monument, north Plde, 81st Field Artillery band; 7 p. m„ Monument, south side, Indianapolis Military band. Medical staffs have been announced by Dr. John R. Newcomb, medical person nel officer, of the encampment, as fol lows. for Monday: Officer of the Day—Lieut. Col. John W. Sluss. M. K. C., U. S. A. Staff—Drs. A. M. Fitch, Robert McClure, C. O. LukenblH, Nathan Stern. James Egbert. A. S. Ayres, Harry Jacobs. B. V. Canfield, E. C. Thomas, John A. Pfaff, Luther Williams. Medical Staff for Tuesday—Officer of the day, Dr. E. B. Rinker. Staff —Drs. F. C. Walker. H. V. Solt-H ing, J. A. Garrettson, H. H. Gick. John T. Day, A. E. Mozingo, James Laßonte, T. L. Sullivan. F. C. Warfel, G. W. Bow man, W. F. Hickman. A. J. Custer. BONS OF VETERANS SWING INTO ACTION. Activities about the Hotel Severln were stimulated with the arrival of many of the national officers of the Commandery in Chief of the Sons of Veterans, the National Sons of Veterans Auxiliary, the National Alliance Daughters of Veterans, the Ohio Department, G. A. K., and the Indiana Division of the Sons of Veterans and the Indiana Division Sons of Vet erans’ Auxiliary, all of which organiza tions opened their headquarters at that hotel. Officials of the Sons of Veterans were first to arrive, several of them coming i to the city Saturday. L H. D. Sisson, Pittsfield, Mass., com mnander-in-chief; H. H. Hammer. Read ■pg. Pc., national secretary; William Al pjttrn. New Haven, Conn., national coun- are here awaiting the first session. Clifford Ireland, Peoria, jj9l., past commander of the Division of Hlinols, Sons of Veterans, Is also a guest. rSPECIAL CHI RCH SERVICES HELD. Hundreds of veterans attended special services In their honor at the Indian apolis churches yesterday. Many of the veterans occupied'the pul pits and the services were Impressive as the aged men lead the divine worship. One of the most important addresses ■was delivered at the Second Presbyterian Church by Joseph E. Ewell, department commander of the New York G. A. R. He said in part: The present conditions are, that what la practically civil war, is raging in all parts of the country, and many good citizens are in doubt as to whether peace is possible. That was the exact situation in 1861. The whole nation was in despair and the President- In a message to Congress declared that the constitution provided no remedy. But anew president. Abra ham Lincoln, with a clearer vision than any other, came to the executive office and promptly but patiently and lovingly announced a policy, which although ob vious, seemed to have been overlooked by ail others, and that was ‘'law enforce ment," not of new laws, by old laws— old as the constitution Itself and part of it. It required four years of supreme ef fort and a relentless war with all its sacrifices to reach the goal to Appomat tax; but the goal was reached at last, thanks to two million comrades in that mighty contest and the patriotic senti ment of the country. The present disturbance is a gentle summer breeze compared with the fierce tornado preceding the Civil war. The same remedy Is required now as In the earlier contest—law enforcement— not of new laws only, but the old laws of the constitution, the law of rightful liberty, equality and protection. It will not require a four-year war to accomplish this result—a mere stroke of the pen from the executive offices and firmness In legislative halls will be all sufficient. ■VETERANS’ DAUGHTERS TO FORM LOCAL HERE. The' formation of an Indianapolis tent t the Daughters of Veteran* tonight from 6:3d to 7:36 nt the Bteteb Documents Show G. 0. P. Slogan Is ‘Get the Money, Boys’ mm Tht* bulletin is official. One something like it will reach you often enough until further notice. •- Nobody is going to have anything to do with this bulletin who has not had actual experience in dig ging up money in the Field. 3 Your name is on the mailing list because this bul letin is to be an official medium of transmitting to you information, suggestion*, and instructions from the National Treasurer and his immediate assist ants. w • h- ""*zz > l Ut „ lan 13 Sc f’* 0, iib Cr Cna,, W h" b fines,, h “ thc *** rcso /v . c h-Z !'" i-O'*"" In-. „! / • "• Mill "I — — ■„./ STZP ON IT. Thtrt are two toniforting rtu.uglit-jh,i come t-> •II of us rvpreacntJne the Tn-.urcr> Ollier, in <-■*- ■lection with thc speech <>l the I Hvnocr.itic Via-. Pmidentiol nqjnljicy. Mr K< cli, delivered in Chicago. Wednesday c\ ening. m which he make* the rtdttulna* computation ih.it thr KV pablic campaign hmiect will reach 810.000/00 Pirat. we don't need anything liter 810000.(00 t> elect Harding tnd Coolidge. Second. Treasorcr Upham has “let n< .it < .i-ier" on our money raising job than Mr Ki.osnlt did. BUT—are do need a reasonable campaign fund and we need it now; and my advice Ui the men in the field is something like this: Harding and Coolidge iave the confidence of the people: BUT, Boys, get the money The platform it sound enough to hold the weight of the Nation; BUT. Boy*, get the money Jt take, time to orgimac. BUT we haven't any* more timr left. Boys, get the money The weather is hot. the men are on vacations, meeting, sre hard to get; BUT. Boys, get the money There are hills to climb, bat if you want to make a hrtl at tha same apeed you've been marring where the road was level, you've got to use more power. Give her the gas. Step oa it Harry M. Blair, v Facsimiles of some documents that figured in the Republican funds, raising campaign are presented herewith. They are extracts from the documents used by Govornor Cox to make good his charge In hIR Pittsburgh speech that the Republican party was raising a fund of $15,000,000 to buy the presidency. All of the documents were prepared and issued from Republican headquar ters and as such are official. The facsimiles of the printed extract* be one of the features of the encampment of the organization. A reception for Dan M. Hall, command er-In'chlef of the G. A. R., and for the national presidents of the Daughters of Veterans, at the Statehouse tomorrow night will be another of the features of the week's program. The first business session will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall to morrow morning at 9 o’clock. Instead of the Statehouse, as previously announced. The chief business of the Daughters of Veterans on the first day of the encamp ment was taken up with registration of members and delegate*, who began ar riving Sunday and were registering at the headquarters at the Hotel Severin In large numbers. It was estimated that over a thousand D. of V. members had registered, of which number approximately four hun dred were delegates. Committee meetings constituted the official business of the organization, the following committees holding meetings, l’ress. credential, national executive coun cil and the national council. At the national council session reports for the last year were read anil the book* were closed. In the afternoon a conference of the chief of staff with the national and spe cial aides was held. M KINLEY AIDED ORGANIZATION IN 1865. The Daughters of Veterans was Incor porated Dec. 12, 1860, with the assistance of Maj. William McKinley, late martyred President. , At the present time approximately 25,- 000 members -are enrolled. 4,500 having been enrolled since the national encamp ment last year at-Columbus. Ohio. Mrs. Clara Yengllng of Cleveland, Ohio, is national president of the organization; Mrs. Nellie Gordman of Roxley, Mass., senior vice-president; Mrs. Lola Elliott of Des Moines, lowa. Junior vice-presi dent; Mrs. Ida DuranAof Casper, Wyo., treasurer; Miss Blancfie Anderson at Denver, Colo., chaplain, and Mrs. Estelle Moore of Chicago is chairman of the na tional council. The other members are Mrs. Sara Ward of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Nellie 4). Orchard of New London, Conn.; Mrs.’ Davenport of Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. Smith of Boston, Mass. Mrs. Clarise Parker of Minneapolis, Minn., patriotic Instructor. Mrs. Phloe Young of Independence, Kan., is Qfie of the color-bearers. Mrs. Rosalie McK Shelton of Washing ton, D. C., is chairman of the press cor responding 1 committee. Other members of the committee are Mrs. Anna Minier of New York. Mrs. Nellie D. Orchard. Miss Myra Dunbar of Massachusetts. ‘‘GET ACQUAINTED” PARTY SCHEDULED. The Rons of the Veterans’ Auxiliary wIU stage a “get acquainted" party to morrow night at the ballroom of the Ho tel Severe'in under the auspices of the Benjamin Harrison camp as the big fea ture of their week's convention. Registration consumed the larger por tion of the day at the headquarters at the Soverlh- ' The business sessions of the convention will be held tomorrow at the Eagles Lodge room. Today two closed sessions of the Na tional Council were held. \ W. R. C. MEMBERS KEPT BUSY. Throngs at women wearing the ribbon | badges of the Women’s Relief Corps | practically .filled the mezzanine floor of j the Claypool Hotel this morning, where j the credential committee was kept busy, registering the long line of women dele gates, in the national headquarters. Mrs. Eliza Brown Daggett, of Attle ■ boro, Mass.; Mrs. Inez Bender of Leca ' tur, 111.', and Mrs. Emma W. Campbell of j Minneapolis composed the registration j trio. A few hundred have arrived today and ! the women expect fiblreglster between 600 | and 700 delegates from the 3,500 corps |over the country. j Regular meetings of the corps will i not open until tomorrow, when the first session will be held In Central Avenue j Church, Twelfth street and Central ave , line. This afternoon a meeting of the ex-, ecutlve committee will be held In Parlor ; C at the Claypool Hotel. Mrs. Abbie Lynch of Pittsburgh, Pa., KdepVbur Eyes’ £ln - Cloar •* Healthy * Km- Aro. f>% Coo M KdM&ataam We cannot too strongly stress the Importance ot striking immediately for the major portion of our campaign fond. Before we realize it we will be welt into the summer, thus encountering the many dif ficuHies which are always met.in work of this sort at that season of tWyear. We. need the money now. and with a definite platform under us. and two strong candidates behind us. we should take up oar respective jobs with all possible vigor, trans mitting to the voluntary workers with whom we are associated, and to the business interests of their oimimiiiitie*. all the enthusiasm of a patriotic tn •piration. Very atacerely yours. I*y IS. PUD Harry M Blair V°**®**“ THE I -utnr" n ' f,C The n'*," o ' ol \ \ZZ or ' th t SeUlI y \ or u* at ot'' cr V " U ‘ r ! ,*' re £\ \ ''‘"VX*! W T t C oßcv'>" ca S tiver I f,ctd ''° , h , t tbo u *''V, v a,t<l u"' c t ... Ou/ \ \to the' 1 ' 1 0 ( n iony_ ,yortn®' , r< i beca 115 * \ I ttrer to be absolutely \ l thcV ' Y * rc Result* a National olatv® \ \ sss.*- “ bUC ' * SCOPE OF BULLBTIM. AH held men and the vartoua volunteers w_ho con mitute the Ways and Naans force in the held are aaked So under stand that the Official Bulletin is not a paper prepared foe general circulation It is prepared more particularly lor (hose who are Interested in raising Innds from orhera. and contain*, in its rarious Ham* and ame Ira. such materia! at will be helpful and auggestiee to those who want to approach the pablic mind for money. Our Trader* are reaseated not to make this p*di- Bcation public. It is m • tease confidential snd cu dasive. are from the "Official Bulletin'' issued from the office of Republican Treas urer Fred W. Upham and are marked "confldentlai and exclusive." The widespread publicity given to Governor Cox's charges of a stupendous campaign fund has robbed the documents of much of their confidential and ex clusive character and has made tho money-getting labors of the Republicans the subject of investigation by a sena torial committee. Is national president of the corps, with Mrs. MHttle E. Lear of Columbus, Ohio, ns senior vice president. Other national officers include: Mrs. Jennie B. Hill of Fargo. N. D., Junior vice-president: Mrs. Eliza Brown Dag gett. Attleboro. Mass., secretary; Mrs. F. L. Plopper, lowa Falls, lowa, treasurer: Mrs. Ida L. Jarvla. Pasadena, Cal., chaplain; Julia E. Killam, Denver. Colo., inspector; Mrs. Mary L. Carr, Longmont. Colo., counselor; Laura W. Willow. Johnaonburg. Pa., Instituting and Installing officer: Mrs. Maude W. Smith. Wlntercrest, lowa, patriotic In structor: Mrs. Mary M. North, Herrlden. Va„ press correspondent, and Miss Agnes H. Parker, Boston, Mass., senior aide. The national eexcutive board Includes: Mrs Alda 1,. Hutchinson. Oklahoma Pity, chairman: Mrs. Eliza Little Raltzgaber, Van Wert. Ohio; Millie S. Beach. Hart ford. form.; Mrs. Brlnton. Butte, .. v Jenson, Providence, R. I. HOOSIER QUARTERS I- V.JI .S HOTEL. Indiana Department hadquarters ar on th mutantne floor of th Hotel Lincoln. Miss Edmonlea Dawson of Danville, Ind., Is the department preildnt of Indi ana Other state officials lnclud, Mrs. Anna Hewsen of Bloomington, senior vice president; Mrs. Millie Davis of Ham mond. Junior vice-prsldent; Mrs. Grace E Hoffmever of Indianapolis, secretary; Mrs. Henry Kttie Neal of Indianapolis treasurer: Mrs. Melissa Burnau of NoblesviUe. chaplain; Mrs. Melissa Cay ior of Noblesvllle, counsellor; Mrs. t'lara Loucka of Lafayette, patriotic Instructor; Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Inspector; Mrs. Minnie Nevlna of Terre Haute. I and I officer; Mrs. Mattie Liech of Evansville, press correspondent. Indiana organization claims 8,000 mem bers fromSso corps over the state, with five of them In Indianapolis. Tomorrow night Indianapolis corps including George H. Thomas No. 20, George Id. Chapman No. 10, Robert Gor don No. 43, Maj. Robert Anderson No. -14 nnd Alvin P. Hovey No. 196, assisted by the Dauville corps No. 112, will wll, entertain visiting women with a recep tion on the mezzanine floor of the Motel Lincoln. The women in the receiving line will Include Mrs. Ida S. Mcßride. Mr*. IJd mona Daw*on of Danville, Mrs. Mary T. Hadley of Danville, Mrs. Nettle Raus ford, Mrs. Alice Pike,-Mrs. Edna E. Pau ley, Mr*. Grace Hoffmyer. Mrs. H. Neal. Mrs Elisabeth Smith, Mrs. Katherine nesting. Dr. Mabel Teague, Mrs. Lillian Heuss, Mrs. Anna Bathelder. Mrs. Hazel Hadley, Mrs. Aiele' Hays, Mrs. Emma Wheeler and Mrs Jennie Hadley of Dan ville The Woman's Relief Corps claims the distinction of being the largest organi zation of women connected with the G. A. R., having a membership of 191,900. ODD FELLOWS LODGE TO HOLD “CAMP FIRE.” A special “camp fire" in honor of G. A. R. veterans wll! be held under the auspices of the Odd Fellows lodge as an overflow meeting for the general national encampment “camp fire” In Tomlinson hall at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening In the Grand Lodge hall, A. N. Grant, past grand master, I. O. O. F., announced to day. The “camp fire” will be preceded by a Hood’s Sarsaparilla Makes Food Taste Good Creates an appetite, aids' digestion, purifies the blood, and thus relieves scrofula, catarrh, the pains and aches of rheumatlara and gives strength to the whole system. Nearly 50 years’ phenomenal sales tell the story of the great merit and success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is just the medicine you need now. Hood's Pills help—fine cathartic.—Advertisement. BON-OPTO Sharpens Vision Soothes and heals the eyes and strength ens eyesight quickly, relieves inflam mation in. eyes and lids; sharpens vision and makes glasses unnecessary iJLtnany instances, says Doctor. Drag- .INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1920. Governor Cox charged that at a Chi cago meeting quotas were levied total ing $8,145,000 on fifty-one cities alone. The printed official documents give support to this charge, but even stronger substantiation of it has rorne from witnesses at. the Senate hearing*. Harry M. Blair, chief of staff for Treas urer Upham has admitted that quotas were fixed for fifty-four cities. Other field men employed under Blair in the work of "gold-diggings" hare ad- parade over downtown streets, which Is expected to Include at least 3,000 Odd Fellows nnd veterans fryqi_ Indianapolis and surrounding cities. Many features full of heart-touching Interest to the veterans nr** on the “camp firo” program. The parade will form In University Park at 7 o’clock Tuesday evening, mov ing at 7:30 o’clock from Vermont and Meridian street*. In Merldisn street to the Circle, southwest to Market street, west to Illinois street, south to Wash ington strew,'and east to the odd Fel lows’ Building at Pennsylvania aad Washington street*. , The meeting will be held on the Twelfth ml Thirteenth floor* Mr. Grant wtli preside and the program w!!l Include muslral numbers, addresses by John B. Cocbrutn. Indianapolis, past grand Hire I. O. (>. F.; Corporal James Tanner, registrar of wills for ttTe District of Columbia and a war veteran who lost both leg* at Chlckumatiga. and short talks by a 'number of prominent men and women. Including Judge Samuel M Hench, Ft Wayne; Daniel Ityaa, Car thage, Ind.; William F. Medsker, Rich mond, and Mr*. Dan Waugh. Tipton. A feature of the mnalca! entertainment win be a solo by If. C. Cushman, past 80 years of age. who was a meu*f<er of the ffonous G. A. It. quartette In le.gsns port %htil the organization was broken up by the death of one of the member* several months ago. Hairpin Aids Youth in ‘Joyride’ Program A pretty high school girt loaned Denzel Hackney. 18, 1925 Wilcox street, a hals pln with which he was able to start a 93.000 automobile owned by Jacob Wobl feld, but the girl refused to accompany Hackney on the "Joy ride," she told Judge Walter Pritchard today. Elmer VVohlfeld. son of Jacob Wobl feld. a student at Hhortrldge Ulgh School, had parked bis father * new automobile near the school and when he wanted It the car was gone. He told the court that he saw Hackney drive the car back to the place from where It had been taken. The car had been In an accident, the court was told, and Hackney admitted that he had taken the car for a “Joy ride." Judge Pritchard bound Hackney over to the grand Jury on the charge of un lawful possession of an automobile. HAAG’S CUT PRICE DRUGS NO MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT THESE PRICES Everything Fresh, Genuine, of the Purest and Best Quality. Prices Subject to Change Without Notice. Another Big Cut in the Price of Drugs. A SAMPLE OF DIFFERENCE IN REGULAR AND HAAG’S PRICES °sc Aicock's Porot/s Plasters 75e Alophen Pills. 100 *> SI.OO Albolene Oil 35c Annlageslc Balm 75c Analgaeslc Balm Beogue SI.OO Aspirin TaMet*. 100, o gr 4fto 260 Bellans 75e Bellans ~ 25c Belladonna Plaster SI.OO Bltro Phosphate 25c Beecbam Pills 190 35c Borden’s Eagle Milk 87e, 8 for 80c 30c Bell’s Pine Tar and Honey 24c SIOO Bliss Native Herb Tablet* 74c 25c Burkbardt's Veg. Tablet* 49c 30c Bromo Seltzer *8 60c Bromo Seltzer 480 40 Castorln. Fletcher’* 2!>e $1.25 Cadomene Tablets 98c 85e Oapudlne 25c Calomel Tablets, 100 any slze...loc 50c Cascara Arom. Sweet, 3 oz 250 50c Onscara, Bitter, 3 oz 25c 50c Cascara Cathartic, Hinkle’s 24e 25c Celery Ve*>e 19c 50c Celery Vesce 3Po SI.OO Celery Vesce 74e 15c Carbolic Acid 100 25c Carter's Little Liver Pills Joc 35c Corega 290 50c Clayton’s Mange Remedy 89e 50c Clayton's Dog Remedies 89e 86c Castor Oil. Kellog’s 28c 60c Castor Oil, Kellog's 3ic 50c Cuflcura Ointment .39* 50- Camphorated Oil 25c 50c Camphor Spirits 2o 75c Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer 590 35c F.gg Preserver *S C 25c Colorite. 12 Colors, each ] a HOT WATER BOTTLES, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES AND COMBINATIONS AT CUT PRICES HAAG’S Drug Store, 156 N. Illinois St., is only 6 doors north ot Terminal Station HAAG’S DRUG STORE, 101 W. Washington St., is in the Point Room of the Lincoln Hotel. (The Flat Iron Building) HAAG’S DRUG STORES, 27 and 53 South Illinois St., are on the first square south of Wash ington St;, #n the way to the steam Union Depot. The other 3 stores are located at 114 North Pennsylvania St., 55 Virginia and 802 Massachusetts Ave., corner of College. •Vo. s OFFICIAL T ItBA S U R K REPUBLICAN NAT FRED W. L’PHAM, Treasurer * SENATOR HARDING’S'MESSAGE. Marion,; Ohio, t i July* 29 1920 . My Dear Mr. Upham:- Allow me to expressVthrough the "Offioial Bulletin" of the Treasurer’s Offioe, my gratitude for the enthusiasm shown by all associated with your offioe in raising our National Campaign Fund for 1920. The fund, as a whole, is very small - not so much as five oents per oapita, yet by means of it we! shall approaoh the mind of the United States through various forms of printing, publicity and personal solicitation.; Through the fine work of your organization, we are nearing that form of national patriotism which expresses itself in support from every oounty in every State. The great body of voters are being shown by your organization that "the restoration of representa tive popular government" affects 1 every one's relation to his own Sas . wellj a3 >; *the Nation's affairs. I I not a stretch of imag inative words to declare that good government by our great historic party meansia return to •normal conditions, a;gradual duction of excessive \taxation, and a sound basis formless ex pensive living.- Therefore, I want all members of your organisation to feel that Ihcir efforts are essential to our suooeas in planning for 4 national enlightenment -and are Lall deeply appreciated by me. _____ WABREN G HARPING. , mitted to the committee having knowl edge of those quota lists, the very ex istence of which was denied by Repub lican campaign directors when Governor Cox's charge* first were made David S. Blossom, a Republican fund raiser of Cleveland, Ohio, in his testi mony before the committee admitted that the “quota" to be raised In Cuyahoga County, which includes Cleveland, was s+oo,ooo, the amount named in the list from which Governor Cox quoted. TWO GET TERMS FOR FORGERY Pleaded Guilty to Minor Charge in City Court. William J. Johnson and Frank Fetter son, who pleaded guilty with the consent of a deputy prosecutor. In the City Court, to charge# of petit larceny, for which they received a small sentence on the l„ •liana State Farm, today pleaded guilty to affidavits charging them with forgery. Judge James A. 4’olllus ofafttjr Marlon County Criminal’ tpday sen ten M the two men from two to fourteen years' In the Indiana State Reformatory on charge* of forgery. The two inen were permitted to plead guilty to the minor charge In the City Court by u deputy of the prosecutor's office. Charles Smith, alias Charles flaxtnn, 31. was sentenced from one to fourteen years In the Indiana State prison "U charges of burglary and grand larceny. Jennings Bumgart, 19, was sentenced to ninety days on the Indiana State farm and William Smith, 2ft, to thirty days on charges of petit larceny. Courthouse Opened as Dorm, for Veterans To aid In caring for the O. A. It vet erans who are attending the national en campment, Custodian Benjamin Peirce of the courthouse and the Marlon County commissioners have converted the room used by the superintendent of county achoola for examinations Into n dormi tory. More than seventy cots have been placed In th room. “The bjankets and the cots are the reg ulation rniy equipment and the room Is clean and well lighted. A special detail of two police bare heen assigned to assist the veterans each night. UnTCI OllSllTfll M Ail the comforts of home. HU ICL e OHI I All Absolutely fireproof. Rooms SI.OO to $2.50 Corner Market and New Jersey Sts. Weekly Rate on Application. -35c Copabia and Cubeb Capsules... ,29c 15c Comp. Licorice Powder lOe 60c Cnnthrox *9o 60c Chase Blood nnd Nerve Tabs...49e 60c Denatured Alcohol, Qts 360 35c Danderlne 15c Diamond Dye, 10c, 3 for 250 25c Delost. a Headache Powder 19a 60c Doan's Kidney Pills 45c 60c DeWitt’s Kidney Pills 450 50c Drake's Croup Remedy 89c 90c Dean’s Liquid Smoke 740 25c Dioxogeu 19c 50c Eatonic 83c 25c Edward's Olive Tablets ,19c SI.OO Enos Fruit Salt* 85c $1.50 Fellow's Comp. Syr. Hypo.. .sl.lO SI.OO Formaldehyde 7,- 50c Formaldehyde Fu mi gator 390 35e Freezone for Corns ,29c 35c Gets It for Corns 29c 75c Glycoihnnpltlne Bile $1.50 Glycothanphlne * $1.29 $1.50 Gray's Glycerine Tonic 98c SI.OO Glycotbymoline 84c 30c Glyeothymollne 240 60c Glycotbymoline 450 63c Glover’s Mange Remedy . .550. $1.25 Gudes Peptomangan 88 35c Haarlem 00 Caps., Tilly’s 29c 35c Haarlem Oil Caps,-Gold Medal .290 $1.50 Hood's Sarsaparilla 98c 25c Hill's Cascara Quinine Tabs 190 50c llav's Hair Health 39c 50c HorllcU’s Malted Milk Sue SI.OO Horlick's Malted Milk <>9o $3.75 Horlick’s Malted Milk $2.98 75c fmperlal Grnnum sc $1.25 Imperial Gramm 89c $1.25 Newbro's Hcrpiclde B!>c 4 WOMEN NABBED FOR SHOPLIFTING Fashionably Dressed Ones Ap pear in Police Court. Two fashionably drossad women ap peared In City Court today, charged with being shoplifters, other women arrested at the same time on similar charges did not appear and the . cases were continued to Sept. 24. The women were arrested by an oper ative of a detective agency when found in a department store with merchandise said to have been stolen. The two women who appeared in court were Beatrice Harmon, alias Beatrice Mc- Clain, 21 North Sherman drive, and her sister, June Clark, who gave her address as Ft. Wayne. Ind., but whom the police say lives on Olive street. The women who did not appear were Carrie Hackley, alias Smith, 930 Shelby street, and Hilda McDougal, alias Peggy McDougal, 2720 East New York street. The retectlves say they visited the homes of the women and found more than SSOO forth of stolen merchandise. William P. (Kinney) Hiatt and John (Bullmooosei Walker, two Republican political workers who receive special priv ileges from the Jewett “good government ! machine,” signed Jointly a $2,U00 bond for the release of the Hackley woman. Hiram Unger, another professional bondsman who is. said to control many votes in the southern part of the city for the Republican party, signed the bond for McDougall. Ada Harms, 3914 North Alabama street, arrested by operatives on the charge of false pretenses, obtained a continuance in her case-in City Court to Sepl. 24. The detectives charge the Harms wom an bought merchandise and charged it to the account of a regular customer at a downtown department store. TRIBUTE PAID BOYS OF ’6l-’65 Henry N. Spaan Addresses Men at National Plant- Tribute to the boys of 'Bl and '65 was paid today by Henry N. Spaan, Demo cratic candidate for Representative in Congress from the Seventh district, speak ing before the workmen at the plant of tha National Auto Company, at noon. Mr. Spann declared it to be the duty of the people of Indianapolis, as Amer ican citizens, “to do honor to these ven erable men, for they brought great honor and glory to America." “They demonstrated to the world that America Is willing at all times to take up the battle of humanity whether It be In freeing negroes from slavery, Cubans from the Spanish yoke, or civilization from military despotism." Mr. Spaan said. "America Is proud of the men who fought from Bull Run to Appomattox and who. after they had performed the part of heroes, went back to the private life ,of good eltiaens. I "America is safe both from foreign and domestic foes so long as she can fur ! nlsh men of the same mental fiber as the i men whom we are honoring today. "We have demonstrated that a free '< democracy actuated by high ideals ran ■ furulsh better seldiers in time of stress than tan a military despotism bent upon doing wrong to Us neighbors. “So long as America Is true to those j ideals site will remain invincible. ! “All honor to that fast fading rem nant of the men of 1861-85. > 'They are an inspiration to all gen eration* to come and their fame is aa #n . durable as the love of America 1* for i the right. ! "AH hall to tb*se venerable heroes of a past cenUiry. honor ourselves be . yr> n >V- <•* i>r Hke lAn by honoring them." ASPIRIN Name “Bayer” on Genuine “Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" f genuine Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for over twenty years. Accept only sn unbroken “Bayer package," which contains proper direc tions to relieve rieedache. Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism. Colds and Pain. Handy tin boxea of 12 tab let* cost few cents. 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S S. Blood Remedy 67c 50c Stanolax ~.,..89c 70c Sal HepNtiea 49c $1.40 Sil HeptJen 89c $1.25 Tan lac 95c TAGGART CLUB TO BE UNIFORMED Will Aid Democratic Voters at Oct. 4 Registration. Uniforms will be distributed to all members of the Taggart for Senator Club at a meeting to be held at Democratic headquarters in the Denison Hotel Sept. 28, it was announced today. The club is perfecting plans to assist In the registration of Democratic voters it the Oct. 4th registration, a meeting to discuss this having been held at the Denison Sunday afternoon. Men to help precinct committeement in the registration were named as follows : First ward, A. J. Blueher; Second, Dr. J. B. Sparks; Third, W\ R. Fogarty; Fourth, M. E. Elliott and C. X. Dietz: Fifth, J. P. Tarpey; Sixth, George Dun bar; Seventh, William T. Brown; Eighth, B. J. Hendricks; Ninth, E. J. McGov ern and Leo X. Smith; Tenth, George Kerkhoff and D. P. Sullivan; Eleventh, William Wenzler; Twelfth, John Dallon and M. J. Noone; Thirteenth, B. J. Kelley and J. D. Turk; Fourteenth. John Lo&h and Harry Kalb; Fifteenth, Thomas Con nor and Fred Schumaker. Another organization to boost the can didacy of Dr. Carlton B. McCulloch for Governor is expected to be formed at an ex-service men’s rally under the auspices of the Young Men’* Democratic Club, at the Indiana Democratic Club -at 8 o’clock tonight. Officers will be elected and downtown rallies and means of gaining new mem bers planned. Henry N. Spaan, Democratic nominee for Congressman from the Seventh dis trict, and Albert Stump, Indianapolis at torney and former army captain, will be the principal speakers. Miss Eileen Donnelly will sing several new songs. Joseph W. Mellen will receive applica tions for membership in the new club from young men who are unable to at tend the Initial gathering. MOTHER! 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