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Bread—the food for
endurance
Bread builds —sustains
It’s
—always delicious
—always nourishing
—always economical
Ask for
American Beauty
Bread and Cake
—the loaf that’s best food for
children and grown folks.
Your Grocer Sells It
Indianapolis Baking
Company, Inc.
Ip Now
L EVERGREENS AND PEONIES
fP Other t>tock latter part nl OcU
| ber and forepart of
B I November.
' Nursery plants In many varieties
ire scarce. Order now; have
tock reserved and avoid dlsap
>olntment.
)ver 300 acres, largest nursery
n Indiana. Established 1875.
Send for free illustrated cata
logue.
IC. HI. Hobbs & Sons
gH BRIDGEPORT. INDIANA.
BH Established 187.1.
nine miles west of 1111-
street on Washington street.
}Free Old Phone service from In
dianapolis—Old, Ben Davis 9S.
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Lake Erie and
Yestern Railroad
Change in Sunday
Passenger Schedules
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Train No. 20, North bound, leav- |
Indianapolis at 7 a. m.. Sunday, i
and train No. 29, South bound, leav- j
Michigan City at 5:30 p. m., run
ing on Sundays only will be dis
ntinued after Sept. 26th.
Other week day and Sunday trains ;
ill remain unchanged.
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ACSk there are style* for
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jPPiiW|AT HOME
*Hard Boiled’ Army Prison
Head Taking Life Easy.
LEAVENWORTH. Kan., Sept. 30
•‘Hard Boiled” Frank B. Smith, notorious
prison master In an American Expedi
tionary prison camp In France, and today
rumored to have been pardoned by the
President, was still on ‘ home" parole
at Paynesvllle, Ohio, as far as Leaven
worth prison officials were concerned.
Lieut. Col. Sherburne Whipple, adjutant
of the disciplinary barracks here, did
not know whether Smith was still under
obligation to report to military authori
ties once month.
He did state, however, that Smith had
not been ‘‘dressed in" at the barrackß.
when other prisoners were transferred
here at the time Ft. Jay. N. Y., wnere
Smith was serving an eighteen months
sentence, was abandoned.
According to information here, Smith
was court-martialed and
discharged for brutality while a lieu ten-i
ant in the army.
He was last reported to be living at
his home in Paynesville, Ohio, under a
“home parole.”
Old Thirty-Seventh
Holds 1920 Reunion
Special to The Times.
i GREENSBURG. Ind., Sept. 30.—The
battles of Stone River, Chickamauga
and those of the Atlantic campaign were
fought over by the survivors of the
37th Indiana Regiment, who met in re
union here yesterday.
This regiment went into camp near
here in ’6l and Companies 11, E and K
were made up entirely of Decatur County
men.
Os the 230 Decatur Couuty men in.
the regiment, thirteen were killed.
The business sessions of the day were
held at the local Methodist Church and
the address of welcome was delivered by
Mayor C. C. McCoy of this city.
There were sixteen members of the
regiment present, two more than were
present at the reunion held here last
year.
Notre Dame Students
Form Political Club
Special to The Times.
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Sept. 30—College
students here of Democratic persuasion
see, too. If you had *—■
anew Fall bag as
as this, JB in brown and
Ell golden tones, the
111 w 1 and e tortoise-shell
BUM celluloid frame
JBM speaks dreamily of
This Season s Bags Have Newer Witchery
NEVER BEFORE In the 30-year long history of this
Gift Store have we shown such a galaxy of maddeningly
intriguing bags.
FOR INSTANCE, there's one of Mocha,-new and finer
than velvet and softer than suede. In a deep, caressing
shade of maroon, It has the lovesome appeal of a pansy
blossom.
THE BROCADED velvet bags are very new and richly
handsome. A glimpse of sea-blue silk or faint pastel
just hints at the fascinating surprises in store when you
open their dainty clasps, exquisitely wrought and de
signed.
FOR TAILORED wear you may be equally smart with
a Vachette bag of shining black with its convenient
compartments; a glaced pin seal of the softest, finest
quality, in navy, brown and black; or one of the very
new Swagger Bags that scorn all curves and Insist on
lines as straight and slim as the newest tailored suit.
FOR FORMAL dress wear, our new French importations
offer bewildering choice. Silk bags, daintily beaded, are
ridiculously coy and colorful. The larger beaded bags
are so exquitely patterned and made, they resemble a
rare bit of tapestry.
LAST BUT NOT least, there's a perfectly stunning im
ported Vachette Swagger bag, striped, with lining to
match—most daringly Parisienne.
These bags may be seen on our First Floor
Quality, in each instance, determined
their selection.
Charles Mayer & Company
29 and 31 W. Washington St. Established 1840.
Public Evening Schools
Open October 4, 1920, in the following buildings:
Schools Nos. 8,9, 12, 18, 35, 39, 41, 43, 49, 51, 52, 64, Foreigners’
House, 17, 23. 24, 26, 42, 63, 64, 64 Special, Slovenian Home Assn.
Registration at Emmerich Manual Training High School and
Arsenal Technical Schools, September 27, 28, 29, 30, October 1.
Elementary Schools, October 4.
Classes in all regular school subjects open to all over 14 years
Df age.
Classes In many Trade, Vocational and Homemaking subjects
spen to those over 16.
All schools will be in session Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings. Instruction absolutely free.
Full particulars at the School Board Office during business
hours, or at any school during school hours.
E. U. GRAFF, Superintendent of Schools.
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A GANG Os MEN
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DOG HILL PARAGRAF&
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V Sidney Hocks, who has been broke
f<>r about week, got hold of five dol
lars today, and now feels like a differ
entl man.
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The mocking bird that has been sing
ing in the old dead tree near the home
of Washington Hocks every morning
before daybreak has quit. Site Kiidew
says a mocking bird is Just wasting
breath trying to sing while Wash is
snoring at his best.
• • •
Sometimes it looks like nearly
everybody else except you Is wrong, but
they are not.
organised the Notre Dame Democratic
Club at a meeting held In the Chamber
of Commerce Hall Wednesday night.
,lohn Higgins, as temporary chairman,
outlined the purpose of the club and
several university speakers presented. In
real spell binder style* the various phases
of the campaign, t
The balloting frV officers rivaled a
class election In Interest and pep.
When the smoke cleared away Mark
Storen of Lexington, Ind., emerged as
chairman; James Murphy of Bridgeport,
Conn., as vice president;, John Hefferman
of Akron, Ohio, as secibtary; J. Ralph
Coryn of Moline, HU treasurer, and
John Higgins of Shelbyvllle, Ind., as
publicity manager.
Cooking Oil—Glossbrenner’s.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920.
Rink’s
Cloak House
Low Price Range specials
t Carefully Tailored
Suits
$00,09
At OO
*39 5# — $ 42— $ 45
Suit models faithfully reproduced from the
much more costly, modified in price, with
the extremes eliminated, still enables us
to offer all the merit, grace and quality em
bodied in the $75.00 suits.
Materials and shades are all of this season’s
most favored wea\ r es. Trimming plain or care
fully treated, stitched and embroidered, others
finished with fur, at 933.00, $39.50,
$42.00 nnd $45.00.
Rink’s Cloak Home
Fourth Floor State Life Building
Special Purchase Sale
of Soft Velvet Hats
Httt Htit I. StH . IK, .. 11l 15 —,%...! 1(5.
Dozens of Styles in the Most Favored Materials and Colors in Two Groups
Lyons velvet Duvetyne \ Ohtajbin. m b77'l
Fourth Floor Hatters' Plush S Vhrooms TT T'
m!n Duvetyne Rolling Brims bV Effects * ”
I ‘ Zebeline Plush Off-the-Face Models Turbans 11 ' A
AFRICAN OSTRICH FEATHER CO.
Fourth Floor State Life Building I
DA SIEL 'S- - "/W er Largest Men** 3toeJ*
*"'BK YOUR FRIEND—HS WEARS ©MB.’"
The Snappiest Line of
New Fall Hats
That Has Been Brought Out this Season
$0.87
—Nothing in town to touch them for style, qual
ity and value at anything like the price.
—Rich browns, deep blacks and greens, and
various shades of gray.
—Shapes and dimensions to please the most
exacting taste. A real Hat bny. Choice $2.87.
Other Splendid Hat Values at $3.87 to $6.37
New Fall Caps for Men and boys, sl*l9
to $3.37
Satisfaction Guaranteed—Money Refunded.
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Friday and Saturday Specials in
Fall Millinery^^^
$ A .95
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Wind o ws
All the Latest Styles and Extra Fine Quality
Materials
You’re making a great mistake if you don’t come' Ip
Morrison’s first. Your friends will tell you that here will
be found the greatest values.
“Come in and see—you don’t have to buy.”
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Window Shades 15*
ALBO NEW SHADEB AT A SAVING OF 10l£
DURHAM & DARNEI.I SHADE CO., 136 H. Alabama ££M

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