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We Will Help You to
Save Safely
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Teachers to Be Aided
in Finding Rooms i
Arrangement* hare been made by Elsie j
L. Green, ass.stant general secretary ot j
the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, ■
with the Indianapolis Street Railway j
Company for the street railway company j
to maintain a booth at the Sererin hotel ;
in connection with the room bureau, ■
which will be maintained by the Chamber ,
of Commerce for the Teachers’ Associa- j
tlon, starting on Oct. IS.
The State Teachers’ Association will
he held in Indianapolis Oct. 21 to 23
and the rooms for the teachers will be
secured at the Sererin hotel.
Heretofore the teachers have had a
great deal of trouble iu finding the right
■treet car to get to their rooms and
for that reason the street car people
have been Induced to put In a booth
and give directions to the teachers as
soon as they have secured the rooms
from the Chamber of Commerce.
Lillian Russell to
Speak for G. O. P. Here
The Toung Men’s Democratic Club
will march with the Taggart-for-Senator
Club, Oct. 16. on the occasion pf the ap
pearance here of Bourke Cockran at
Tomlinson Hall. '
The young men's organization now has
1,200 members and has selected Thomas
Meeker as honorary director.
The Republican county organization
has scheduled several meetings for In
dianapolis to be held this week.
Lillian Russell, famous stage star, will
address a meeting at the Masonic Temple
on Saturday evening.
Miss Russell is speaking under the di
rection of the Republican national com
mittee.
Several ether meetings, at which Sen
ator James E. Watson, Merrill Moores.
Congressman from the Seventh district,
and other speakers will talk.
G. 0. P. Harmony Seen
in Illinois Election
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Oct. 7.—Chances
of a spilt in the Republican vote of
Illinois were believed eliminated today
by the action of State otTiclals here in
certifying Len Small of Kankakee, as
'the Republican gubernatorial candidate.
By tbe certification of Small's candi
dacy it Is believed harmony will prevail
In the State Republican ranks.
Lieutenant Governor Oglesby, whose
candidacy was backed by Governor Low
den can only prevent Small, whose cblet
supporter was Mayor William. H.
Thompson of Chicago from being placed
on the ballot as the party candidate by
obtaining an injunction.
He has ten days to do this.
Small's plurality was declared to be
7,902 votes.
Bond of Teacher in
Poison Case Signed
Special to The Times.
EVANSVILLE, Ind., Oct. 7—James
Speer, merchant of Bridgeport, 111.,
father of Miss Mabel Speer, high school
teacher at Birdseye, charged with send
ing s. box of poisoned candy to her re~
putec rival in love, Miss Mattie Hardin,
school teacher at Ireland, broke down
when he met his daughter here Wednes
day.
He signed his daughter’s bond and she
returned to Birdseye and resumed her
duties as teacher.
Tbe trial has been set for Oct. 18.
It Is said that Miss Speer was insanely
Jealous of Miss Hardin because she had
been keeping company with De Witt
Hobbs, 18, young farmer living near Ire
land.
Hartford City Holds
Man as ‘Home Brewer’
Special to The Times.
HARTFORD CITY, Oct. 7.—“ Home
brew.” whicb officers found nt tbe home
of John Lawson, at Montpelier, Sept. 15,
contained 3.59 per cent alcohol, an ex
amination by tbe State Chemist dis
closed. •
was arrested 'Wednesday.
Ufis charged with violating the liquor
.Jaws in three counts.
He has been released under S3OO bond.
He will fight the charges.
118 PREPARED.
“If you run across any friends of mine
during your auto trip, give them my re
gards.”
“Don’t you think It would be better to
take them to a hospital I”—Norfolk Vir
ginian-Pilot.
Cuticura Soap
Complexions
Are Healthy
Sosp.Ointm^t.TaJcum,2V.everywhere ForMr'c’et i
address: Csticsr aLa oar starves, -.1 .Z. &Ui6ta,l£i3.'
EX- QLDIER HAS A GOOD STOMACH
“If a man spends six years iu the army
he surely would have to have a good
stomach. I have a good one now and
Foley Cathartic Tablets made it that way.
If any one does not believe this, let him
write to Arthur L. Lyons, 454 Cincinnati
street, Dayton, Ohio." That is a sample
of the hundreds of letters received by
Foley & Cos. You can relieve biliousness,
bloating, constipation or other condition
arising from indigestion with Foley Ca
thartic Tablets.—Advertisement.
If your battery is in poor condition replace it with a
PREST-O-LITE now and avoid being stalled by a cold
motor that is hard to turn over.
TIKIBERLAKE-MACHAN CO. •
508 N. Capitol Ave.
GET IN EARLY CLUB
G- I- E Club
Listen to
4
POLAND VICTOR
IN PRELIMINARY
PEACE PARLEY
Gains Another Corridor and
More Territory to
East.
TRUCE OF 25 DAYS SET
LONDON, Oct. 7.—Poland has gained
notable victories In a preliminary peace
agreement with Russia.
The Poles gain another corridor, sep
arating Russia and Lithuania, more ter
ritory to the east, and a better trans
portation service.
The armistice and preliminary peace
agreement, effective Friday, provides for
twenty-five days of peace with oppor
tunity for automatic extension.
Meanwhile fighting continued on all
fronts with the Polish troops reporting
further advances to the east.
A wireless from Moscow said the Rus
sians continue their retreat according to
plan.
“In the Molodetchno, Minsk and Slutsk
regions, we captured the staff of the first
Don division,” the wireless said. “Three
Don generals committed suicide.”
A Berlin dispatch said It was reported
there that General Mabhenof, heretofore
operating against the Bolshevik In the far
southeast, had joined the Reds In fighting
General Wrangel.
According to the Morning Post the
agreement reached at Riga provided:
1. Hostilities will cease within six
days from tbe sighing of the agree
ment.
2. Both sides will withdraw to
agreed lines within seven days after
the armistice Is effective.
3. Military and civil stores and a
certain amount of railway supplies
need not be evacuated.
4. A neutral zone of thirty kilo
meters will be established east of the
armistice line, the Poles thereby re
taining all their own territory.
5. Armies must not fraternize.
6. The armistice shall be effective
for twenty-live days.
Tbe Morning Post regarded the terms
of the agreement as a victory for Poland.
The Russian delegates, it said, indicated
great anxiety to meet the demands of
the Poles.
cocxterfeiters bvst.
FITCHBURG, Mass., Oct. 7.—Veritable
flood of oounterfeit coins here haa led
the Department of Justice to assign spe
cial agents to trace the source t>f the
bad money.
Liberty Xnt Oleomargarine—Glossbrenner's
Time to order Christmas
photographs NOW. g
Place to order Christ- T W
mas photographs
ysJl
*Oa*h nssr Raks Mdr
EVERGREENS AND PEONIES
Other stock latter part of Octo
ber !ad forepart of
November.
Nursery plants In many varieties
are scarce. Order now; have
stock reserved and avoid disap
pointment.
Over 300 acres, largest nursery
In Indiana. Established 1875.
Send for free illustrated cata
logue.
C. M. Hobbs S Sons
BRIDGEPORT, INDIANA.
Established 1875.
Location, nine miles west of Illi
nois street on Washington street.
Free Old Phone service from In
dianapolis—Old, Ben Davis 08.
Ready for Service
250 Army Overcoats
each
50 Blue Navy Coats, A m ft
each & i*fd
50 Army Overcoats, dyed blue
SV.™ §9,00
Sacks Bros.
314 INDIANA AVE.
Buy Voup Watches
On Refined Credit Pina
Small payment down
VLrvO/ nod weekly payment
thereafter.
We can supply
* n3r requirement s
to quality ml a
raftige of prleea ti-at
Bi f \ will satisfy and will
SCat—J meet your wishes.
You haT e all the
ft ' Jlsr advantage* of a
cash transaction
with the privilege
of extended credit.
Gray, Gribben & Gray
Corner Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.
DOG HILL PARAGRAFS
| \ - 1
Miss Hostetter Hocks was observed to
take a calf by the nape of tho neck aud
sling It throat h a gate, still she la listed
as one of the weaker sex.
• • •
Since finding out by the census fig
ures that there are about 150,000,000
other persons in the United States, Sid
ney Hocks don’t feel near so big when
he goes to a party.
• * *
Film Dillard rode on the train one
day last week. He says It looked to him
like the train was standing etill and the
things outside were rushing by at break
neck speed.
' Only a smart Tuxedo sweater Ah&tWyk
could do it—combine easy grace j ~
and clinging femininity with a
decidedly sporting tem per ament j
Women’s r !■
Sweaters Wfelßl
Tuxedo Style j -jrw
Soft, Fine Wool ’ '
Hand Knit iLJ-Wa 1 jv, // *
In Fashion-Approved Fall colors— ’ U 1
Black and Navy Blue. 912.50 ]*
A sweater from Mayer's carries with it the quality and
distinction that characterize this 80-year old Gift Store
Charles Mayer & Cos.
29 and 31 IV. \Vashington St. Established 1840
Fourth Floor State Life Bldg.
Smart Tailored Hats
36 Different Styles
Specially Priced
$3.95
and up to s2l
f
1 ' ’ ~=^v
Friday’s Special
100 Trimmed Fall Hats 1
Os Velvet and Piush
■■: ■■ ■■ ■■■ ■ V
African Ostrich Feather Co s.
Fourth Floor State Life Bldg.
A PAINT
For Every Purpose
Hatfield Paint Cos.
Main 104 S. Meridian St. Auto.
2303 Indianapolis 23-125
Phone and Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7,1 2U.
SEARCH FOR BOY
AND PRISONLIFER
Hoosier Authorities Combing
Country for Missing Two.
Special to The Tlmea.
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind., Oct. T.—Prison
guards, police, deputy sheriffs and citi
zens today are searching the country
side for John Vaughn, 50, a life prisoner
in the Indiana State prison, and Walter
Young, 12, schoolboy, who have been
missing since Monday night.
Vaughn Is eaid to be a moron who wa*
sentenced to life imprisonment in 1907
after he bad attacked Elizabeth Strubei,
11, and killed her with a penknife when
she made an outcry.
He hae been a trusty at tbe prison
for thirteen years and for six years has
been in charge of the prison water works
by day.
The Young boy Is said to have been
In the habit of passing much time at
the water works, which Is some distance
outside the prison walls, and It Is said
he was last seen In Vanghn’s company.
Goshen Man Is Paid
$13,000 for Injuries
Special to The Tlmea.
GOSHEN, Ind., Oct. 7.—The firm of
Thomae, Sanders A Egbert of Goshen,
hardwood lumber dealers, has paid Bnrt
R. Throckmorton, a photographer of this
city, the sum of $13,000 as settlement In
full for injuries received while walking
through the company’s wood yard about
a year ago, when he fell Into an uncov
ered steam vat.
Mr. Throckmorton’s ltmbs were terribly
scalded and he hovered between life and
death for many weeks.
Ho and his wife will leave Saturday for
Rochester, Minn., where be will undergo
an examination at tbe Mayo Hospital.
IN CONNECTION with our extra-out-of-the-ordi
nary large collection of suits that possess the r J '‘Wjk
stamp of superiority in every detail, suits that range / j
from $45 to $395.00, we will throw out. Li
Brandy New Leaders^
Fur CITITC mli H
jgsd jUIIO {H||&
Fur seal dyed, Australian coney, trimmed similar to
picture here, or plain tailored and embroidered ma
terials and lining of extra good quality; in navy,
brown, gray, blue and copen shades, at $39.50.
RINK’S CLOAK HOUSE
Gentle
XjSj Handling
Thorough
r \/A\ \\ Cleansing
) M t \ | 1 < ar® two Important feature*
f\
v J Electric Washer
11
and this l* chiefly because* of the A. A
EXCLUSIVE Apex construction— F/J*"*** n M
the Apex In the bottom of the tub. \ J&2
Let Us Demonstrate Its
OTHER IMPORTANT APEX FEATURES
Coppvr oscillating tab.
Bobbins-Meyer motor, famous for its dependability.
Durable all-metal coiwstruvtlon.
Belt drive to preveut burning oat of motor and fueet.
Vonnegut Hardware Cos.
120-124 East Washington.
Jfordelfdou^
mill in iiiniiyi) Service and Satisfaction
TRUSSES
7* J ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, BRACES
\Mjyy FITTED BY EXPERT
Complete Line Sick Room Supplies
WM. H. ARMSTRONG CO.
*4 WUT OHIO BT.
' if ■
A noth OF FORDS ,m.t
AvGANG or MFN
■ M-w-ws on .r*ii job.
lw| Hayes Bros.
f-lkmfunc- He'ATiNr. -\nd vr hJT-<. mini
• |— . MAIN 2403 AUTO 27 493
Other
Great Values at
$45 to $395.00
Hear These
New Hits
Demonstrated
on the
TTlanuato
“ The Player W Leave Me?" 0
Piano That is "SSm “
All But "Tollies"
Human' ££££>
Special
New
Columbia
Records Just
Arrived
"Japanese Sandman”
"Save a Little Dram (or
Me”
"Lonesome Alimony
Blues”
"In the Land of Rice and
Tea”
“Cuban Moon”
“In Old Manila”
"Idol Eyes”
"The Love Boat”—Waltz
“Sally Green”—(The Vil
lage Vamp.)
"The Argentines, the
Portuguese and the
Greeks.”
CLEARANCE SALE
Thie Is the time to get your stationery to write those long-promised let
ters. Don't forget that you owe several.
We are offering some of the most popular lines. Old Hampshire Bond,
Hurd's Gift Boxes and others—boxas slightly soiled, but material In per
fectly fresh condition—odd lots and discontinued lines.
As an sxample of price: Des Ana Paper, In quarter ream packages, sad
lined envelopes, 40c and 600. Limited supply.
W. K. STEWART CO.
BOOKS. STATIONERY, OFFICE OUTFITS
44 EAST WASHINGTON BTREET. INDIANAPOLIS, INfJ
Window Shades Recoloj
ALSO NEW SHADES AT A SAVING OF 10% I
DURHAM & DARNELL SHADE CO. 136 N. Alabama St. Ml
a '-'vi.' ■
t aoyfts a lYjSJlh—f
Oysters
BmI Standards,
Price* much lower an fish.
East Coast Haddock, \
Fresh Boston Blnefiah, ( LB.
Bast Coast Cod, > 1 Ei
Fresh Hiver Carp, \
Fancy Ink# Mallets, 1
Fancy lUtst Buffalo, ) LB.
Illinois River Snnfish, 1 OAA
Lake Erie Jack Salmon, J "''r
Fancy Fresh Dressed \
Catfish. f LB.
Fancy Largs Croppies, > OAA
Fine Fresh Flounders, I
Fine Striped Bass, /
Fine Baw Shrimp, \ jjg
Fresh Finnan Haddlea, (rygr jL
Fancy Salmon Steaks, ( oOC
Choice Halibut Steaks, 1
Fancy Black Bass, p0und......40e
WILLIS
337 E. Market Street.
K-tt N. ILLINOIS ST.
APPAREL and
MILLINERY
rOB WOMEN AND MISCMfi.
WETO GRAPH Secret Writing System
Invaluable (or lovers and (or keeping
recipes, addresses, secret memorandum or
other ln(orinatlon eate and private. No
stranger can read yonr postale If you use
the Weto Graph. Great fun for lovera or
friends. Don't miss It. Send 10c and we
will send the Weto Graph by mall with
full instructions. Address PENN PUB
LISHING CO., BlslrsrUie, Pa.—Advertise
ment.
Make Your
Selection Now
Newest
Q. R. S.
Player-Rolls
"As the Years Go Drifting
By”
“A Yonng Man’s Fancy"
"Hold Me"—(From Slnbad)
“Avalon" (From Sinbad)
Visit Our Improved
Service Record
Department
The Baldwin
Piano Cos.
OF INDIANA
18 No. Penn. St*
'Note:
We Close at 6 P. M.
Saturdays

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