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OFFICERS NAMED FOR LENOX CLUB Improvement Organization Shows Results of Effort. F. C. Jordan, secretary of the Indian apolis Water Company, in a speech to the members of the Lenox Improvement Clnb, at the meeting held at Twenty- Sixth and La Salle streets last''night, told of the extensions and improvements the water company had made in the northeast section of the city during the last year. New officers of the Lcno xClub elected at the meeting are: S. H. Kinkbiner, president; C. L. Fisher, vice-president; Sam Stephens, secretary, and Miss Jessie Kemp, assistant secretary. Tbe object of the Lenox Club is to ob tain improvements in the northeast sec. tion of the city. "We have Just completed the construc tion of a booster pumping station on Rural street, two blocks north of Roose velt avenue.” Mr. Jordan said. "The water company is now installing two slx-mllUon-gallon capacity centri fugal pumps with the necessary valves and fittings, and under the present plan the work will be completed before the e/td of the year. “The company has completed the in stallation of pipe on Winter avenue-, north of Bloyd avenue, ana we have laid 900 feet of pipe in Cooper avenue: and water pipe has been installed on Thir tieth street from Gale to the. first alley vrest of Station street; In Olney and LaSalle streets from Tweny--fifth to Twenty-eighth streets.” Mr. Jordan told of other work now- un der way and explained how the Indian apolis Water Company co-operated with the city fire department to give protec tion against fire. He said the cost of material used in the installation of water lines had ad vanced until they cost more than three times what they did before the war. HOROSCOPE “The stars incline, but do not compel." THURSDAY. SEPT. 30. Astrologers read this is an unimpor tant day in planetary direction. While Uranus and Jupiter are in benefie aspect. Saturn is adverse. There is again the best sort of fore cast for business and commerce, even though sinister forces seem to be at work in causing financial depression and fluctuating markets. The United States is now said to be subject to a rule that will hasten the most tremendous and far-reaching- enter prises. There is for the national capital the forecast of great artistic development and rapid growth. Much building of the most costly type seems to be Indicated by the stars. Uranus is in a place that should en courage clear vision concerning the coun try's needs, so that movements toward the betterment of social conditions will probably multiply. Race questions will be prominent from this time on, but only good can come to t|ie oppressed or the less fortunate peoplfs as th° new era advances. The seers prophesy that th-ra will he an extraordinary type of beauty notice able In the rising generation. American women are to reach a standard that will make them as famous as their Greek sis ters of ancient times, if the stars are read aright. Persons whose birthdate it is have the augury of a happy, successful year in which they come into a sense of har mony with all their life's demands. Children born on this day are likely to be exceedingly gifted. They may he vivacious and apparently careless, but they will have the greatest possibilities.. —Copyright, 1920. CA SABI AN CA. Q. What is the name poem which begins “The boy stood on the burning deck ?” B. M. A. This poem is entitled "Casablanca’' and was written by Mrs. Felicia Hemaus. Catarrh Will Go Help Comes in Two Minutes —Complet* Relief in a Few Weeks. Don’t go on hawking yourself sins every morning; it's cruel, it's harmful and it's unnecessary. 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Good Judgment After Eating Giving the Stomach the Alkaline Effect by a Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablet is Worth Remembering. You cannot, as a rule, ,-say in advance that this, that or the* other food will cause Indigestion. Experience has taught most people that even mince pte fits sauglr at times while at others a glass of milk raises hobs with the stomach. One good .rule to follow is the prevents 'tlve measure of taking one or two Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after meals. You thus avoid gassfness, sour stomach, heartburn and such distresses due to indigestion or djspepsis. These tablets also help to di gest the food by giving the stomach the alkaline effect to offset acidity: they re lieve the distress when the mines pie or milk should be moiy* thatl a match for your digestive powers. (Jet a do-cent box anieie. m my drug FORMER FOLLIES’ BEAUTY SIGNS Movie Contract to Appear for Realart Justine Johnstone is to become a Real art star—the sixth. The others are Alice Brady, Mary Miles Minter, Constance Blnney. and the two newest ones, Wanda Hawley and Bebe Daniels. Miss Johnstone is of Swedish extrac tion and is reported as being twenty years old. She was born in Englewood. N. J., and was educated at the Emma Willard Fin ishing School at Troy. N. Y. She favored a dramatic career, even in her early childhood and took part In mnDy plays and while at the Emma Willard School she rose to prominence as president of the Dramatic Society. In 1915 she wiys a member of the “Follies” and again in 1916. She may bb remembered by many as “Columbia” in the 1915 “Follies,“ an honor her beauty won'Tor her. Last summer she startled both the professional circles and the pub lic by joining a stock company ih Con necticut. -< Miss Johnstone is now under contract with Realart to appear in pictures. Her first picture will be “Moonlight and Honeysuckle,” by George Scar borough. a stage hit of last year. -r. NOW ON VIEW. “Twin Beds” is this weeks offering at English’s Zaina Curzon iu tbe main role. B. Jf'. Keith’s this week has a number of headliners, including Trixie Frlganza. Miss Juliet and Princess Rad jab. “The Little Blue Devil.” with Mabel McCane, is this week's offering at tbe Murat. The chief event at the Lyric is the Betty Anker Trio, a gymnastic offering. The Park is sheltering “The Beauty Review.in which Jimmie Cooper does some dramatic acting in a little sketch. The Broadway this week is featuring the Four Juvenile Kings, a singing or ganization composed of youngsters. “The Sins of the Children'' is the movie offering at the Rialto in addition to a vaudevill#- bill. The Movies on view today., include “The Right to Love,” at the Ohio; “Cu pid. Oowpuncher.” at the Circle: “Clothes,” at the Colonial; “The Silent Barrier.” at Mister Smith's; “Lady Rose's Daughter,” at the Alhambra: Hkii* si* 1 “It takes thirteen minutes of human IMLUftIDIV- labor to produce every bushel of ’■ ** wheat that'comes out of a good * f I American wheat state. In Europe 3Ff §.&!© a bushel of wheat required four and “ one-half hours of labor” — Dearborn A Independent. ®" Europe with its pre-war wealth of a a labor developecf intensive hand W cultivation to an extent undreamed ** & ® ’*** of because unnecessary in America. rS In the United States labor shortage £* JL 1 IIHeS develop ? d ? type of^farming which J gave petroleum products a chance to enc^a hand. States has meant increased application of gasoline-Dower to the farms of the Middle ' West. Mechanical power has multiplied the wheat-yield 21 times per man. The fact that power machinery, and gasoline to run it, is going on the farms is respon sible in no small degree for the large crops produced for 1920. The great mission of tne Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is to pro duce enough gasoline to supply the farmer with all he can use at the time and place he needs it, and at a low price. ‘‘Domestic consumption of gasoline, far out stripping our production of crude petro leum, has forcea gasoline up in price. Dur ing the first four months of 1920, gasoline consumption increased 796,030 gallons a day more than production during the same period” (Oil News, July 5, 1920). While more crude oil is being produced in 1920 than even the most enthusiastic optimist dared predict five years ago, it is not suf ficient to meet the ever increasing demand. % Every facility developed by the vast organ ization of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) through years of service, is being directed to the end of supplying the farms of the Middle West with necessary petro leum products. Transportation difficulties have been anticipated by this company, so that there has been no serious shortage of petroleum products to the farmer in any of the states served by'this Company —the dark green tank wagon delivering even to the tractor in the field in emergencies. Helping the farmer produce and market his crop is one of the essential services ren • s dered by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) to the people of the Middle West. Standard Oil Company 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. ** 6o JI STINE JOHNSTONE. “The Man Who Dared,” at the Regent and “Hairpins,” at the Isis. -!- -!- -r ---t’NDE RUINED. “The Passing Show of 1919” will l>e at the Murat next week, coining direct from Chicago. “Maid to Love.” anew musical com edy, opens Monday at English's. Olga Petrova, who is the wife of Dr. John D. Stewart, formerly of Indian apolis. will occupy the chief spot at Keith's next week. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1920. Let me see; we left off in the last story just as Puss Junior entered the Ice Palace of the North Kiug. Well, in less thin 500 short seconds the Gnome came in, too, for he had waited outside to see that his reindeer were taken around to the stable to be fed, you know. j Well, the next thing Puss saw was the crystal ice throne at the farther end of the great hall. And then music began to pla.V. ami pretty soon the North King came slowly in with a great icicle sceptre in ills hand and y wonderful ice crown on his head. “ASPIRIN” y WARNING! Unless you see the name “Bayer” on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 20 years and proved safe by millions. SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package” of genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspiriu,” which contains proper direc tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheuma tism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and for pain generally. Strictly American! Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents—Larger packages. Aepicln Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldeiter of Sallcylicaeld • PTJSS IN BOOTS JR. By David Cory. 1 “Who wishes to see me?” he called out in a loud voice that sounded Just like rhe wind in the winter time, and then lie looked over to where Puss stood by the Gnom^. “Ha, ha! Ho, ho! A eat In bopts!” And then that chilly old king began to laugh, and his breath was so cold that it made frosty laces nil over the win dows and froze the great golden key in the front door so fast that the jani tor—oh, dear! I've made a dreadful mistake, for they don't have Janitors in palaces. I mean the Royal Electrician harl a hard time in getting it out. But Puss wasn’t frightened at all this. No. siree! He walked up boldly to the throne and bowed, and then he said right loud, just like that: “Why have you ordered all the Crows In Fairy Land to be painted white?” Antt this so surprised the lee King that he didn’t reply at once. Y'ou see, he couldn’t understand how Puss had found out about his royal order. And 111 tell you something more, which is a secret, too. He was the brother of the King who sat in bin counting room counting out his money when that naughty blackbird flew down and bit off the maid’s nose while she was standing in the garden hanging out the clothes. And after maybe five hundred short This is Pittsburg Week H| in Indianapolis! s Mjpl During the present week we will conduct a special campaign on the PITTSBURG AU mm TQMATIC WATER HEATER. We have on ly a limited number of the various sizes in pSSsSSfc stock, but while they last, special reductions & % are offered for this week only. Read This Special Offer Asa means of conserving gas, we are offering our customers the most economical water heater on the market, and furthermore to assure them of perfect service, we are conducting this campaign on “Pitts burgs” and sellin them at greatly reduced prices for one week only. Buy Your Heater NOW/ On every No. 65 Pittsburg sold this week, we will allow a discount I of temdollars. On every No. 4, No. 6or No. 8 Pittsburg sold this I week, we will allow a discount of fifteen dollars. J Ask You Plumber About llie Pittsburg Practically every plumbing firm in Indianapolis handles the “Pitts burg.” Buy from your own plumber or from us direct, but don’t fail to buy this week and save from ten to fifteen dollars. Citizens Gas Company 49 South Pennsylvania St. Eye Specialist and Medical Author Report on Wonderful Remedy To Strengthen Eyesight Say It Strengthens Eyesight 50% in One Week’s Time in Many Instances New York.—Dr. Smith, a well known eye nieciallst, and Dr. Judkins, a Massa ■liusetts physician and medical author, make tito following reports afro,* a thor ough lost of a popular remedy for the eyes: Says Dr. Smith: “When my attention I was first called to it T was Inclined to tie skeptical. But it Is a rule of mine to give every new treatment i chance to prove Us value. Having specialised in eye work for many years I feel qualified to express an Intelligent opinion on rem edies for the eyes. Since this one lias created such a sensation I welcomed the opportunity to tost. it. I began to use it in my practice a little over a year ago, and I am frank to say that some of the results I have accomplished with Bon ,Opto not only astonish myself but also other physicians with whom I have talked about It, and I advise every thoughtful physician to give Ron-Opto the same careful trial I have aud there is no doubt in my mind that he will come to the conclusion I have, that it opens the door for the cure sis many eye troubles which hove heretofore been diffi cult to cope with. 1 have mid individ uals who have worn glasses for years tell me they have dispeused with them through the use of Bou-Opto. In my own practice I have seen it strengthen rite eye j sight more than per cent u one week's rime. 1 havq also used it with surpris ing results in eases of work attained eves, pink eyes, inflamed lids, catarrhal conjunrtivttles, smarting, painful, aching, itching eyes, eyes weakened from colds, smoke, sun, dust and wind, watery eyes, blurred vision, and, in fact, many other conditions too numerous to mention in this report. Anew and striking ease that lias .lust been brought to my atten tion is that of a girl 12 years old. Two prominent eye specialists, aftejr a thor ough examination, decided, according to her father, that in order to save the sight of her right eye, the left must tie re moved. While awaiting an opportunity for rlie operation ami still undecided ns to its wisdom, hit father was told it would do nothanh to use Bon-Opto. In seconds Puss repeated his question. “Oh, ah! Wait a minute,” said the lee King, for he was flustered, you see. And then he got dreadfully angry, and his face grew as red as the nose of his wine cellar keeper, which was very, very red, I can assure you. “How dare you question my com mands?” sbonted the Ice King, and he stood up on his throne and pointed his icicle sceptre at Puss. “I am the son of the famous Puss in Boots,” replied our little hero, “aud I fear Pale children need iron and they love to take GROVE’S IRJN TONIC SYRUP. Absolutely harjtUess. Price 75c at any drug store.—Advertisement. ment was noticed. At the end of a week the Inflammation had almost disappeared, and at the end of six weeks the eye was pronounced saved. Just think what the saving of that eye mail ns to thl* tit tle girl! Another case is that of a lady 93 years old. She came to mo with dull vision and extremo inflammation of the lids aud the conjunctiva was almost raw. After two weeks' uso of Bon-Opto the lids were absolutely normal'and her eyes are as bright as many a girl of Isl." Dr. Judkins, Massachusetts physician and medical author, formerly chief of clinics in the Union tleneral Hospital, Boston, Mass., and formerly house sur geon at the New England Eye and Ear Infirmary of Portland, Maine, says: “I have found oculists too prone to operate and opticians too witling to pre scribe glasses, while neglecting the simple formulas which form the basis of Bon- Opto, which fin my opinion, ts a remark able remedy for the cure and prevention of many eye disorders. Its success in developing and strengthening the eye sight will soon make eye-glasses old fashioned and the use of Bon-Opto as common ns that of the trfoth brush. 1 am thoroughly convinced from my experience with Bon-Opto that it will strengthen the eyesight at least 50 per cent in one week's time in many instances." Victims of eye strain and eye weaknesses and many who wear glasses will lie glad to know that according to Drs. Smith and Judkins there is real hope and help sot thpm. Many whose eyes were fajling say they have had their eyes restored by this remarkable remedy and many who once wore glasses say they have laid them aside. One man says after using it: “I was almost blind. Could not sec to read at all. Now I can read everything without any glasses and my eyes do not hurt any more. At night they would pain dreadfully. Now they feel fine all the time. It was likd a i%:rso|o to ine." A lady who used it aays: "The atnros phefo seemed Uasy With or . without glasses, but after using this prescription for fifteen days everything seems clear. I can read even tint print without no one!” And then he drew bis swoTdt and pointed it at the Ice Man. Please fx cuse.me —I mean King. And I guess this rather frightened that cross old icy King, for he said, in a much gentler voice: ‘<Why do you ask me this question?” “Because," said Puss, “I have a friend who is an oid black, rusty, dusty crow, and he doesn't want to wear a white cent.” And in the next story you shall hear what the Ice King replied.—Copy right, 1920. (To be continued.) glasses." Another who used it says; “f was bothered with eyestrain, caused by overworked, tired eyes which induced fierce headaches. I have worn glasses for several years, both for distance and close work, and without them 1 Could not read my own name on an envelope or the type writing on the uinchino before me. I can do both now and have discarded my long distance glasses altogether. I can ck|t the fluttering leaves on the trees the street now, which for several year* have looked like a dim green blur to me? I can trot express my Joy at what it haa done for me.” It is believed that tbousands who v -Sr glasses can now discard them In a reauefl aide time and multitudes more will able to strengthen their eyes so as to spared the trouble and expense of eiH getting glasses. Eye troubles of mafl descriptions may be wonderfully fifed in this easy manner. Go to drug store and get a bottle of tablets. Dissolve one tablet In a of n glass of water and use from tw.JH four times a day. You should notice eyes clear up perceptibly right from start and inflammation and redness quickly disappear. If your eyes you oven, a little, it Is your duty <o ?#J® steps to save them now before it IstfjS late. Many hopelessly blind might been sa\ed tliei* - sight if they had for their eyes in time. Hflj NOTE Another prominent ph)aleit|H "■hom tli" aSovn srttcle wa* said : "ies. the Bon-Opto p truli .. wonderful eye remedy. Its HBjKE stituent ingredients are well eminent eye specialists and widely scribed by them. 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