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HARDING JOINT
DEBATE SOUGHT
Democratic Official Issues
League Challenge to
Senator. ■
Sped*! to The Times.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14.—Senator Pat
Harrison, chairman of the speakers' bu
reau of the Democratic national com
mittee yesterday Issued the following
statement:
“The League of Nations la the main
lssfia of this campaign.
“Governor Cox has said:
** *1 favor going In.’ *
“Senator Harding, at Des Moines, said:
“‘I stand for rejection.’
‘•That the people of America may not
be further confused by the Issue therein
presented, as chairman of the speakers’
bureau of the Democratic national com
mittee, I should be glad to enter At
once into any arrangement for one oi
more Joint debates between Governor Cox
and Senator Harding.
"If this suggestion Is accepted by the
managers of Senator Harding’s candi
dacy, In order to meet •heir desire as to
time and we should be glad to
cancel any date or arrangements already
made.
"We want the issue to be presented to
the people and we know of no better
way than for Governor Cox and Senator
Harding to meet on the same stump.
“I have made such a proposal by tele
graph to Senator Harry S. New, chair
man of the speakers' bureau of the Re
publican national committee.
"I want the Republican national com
mittee to know further that every speak
er throughout the United States, under
the auspices of the Democratic national
committee, will be glad to grant a divi
sion of time at any of their meetings
from now until election, to discuss with
any advocate of the candidacy of Sena
tor Harding the position of Senator
Harding on the League of Nations.”
Senator Harrison's telegram to Senator
New follows:
“In order that the public may arrive
at the truth of the issues between Gov
ernor Cox and Senator Harding on the
League of Nations, I respectfully propose
to you that Senator Harding meet Gov
ernor Cox In joint debate on this sub
ject at any time and placj convenient to
him and you. Governor Cox has said:
‘I favor going In.’ In his speech at Des
Moines Senator Harding said: ’I stand
for rejection.’ That the people may
make up their minds, after mature con
sideration on this great issue, such a
joint donate as I propose will be a most
effective means of bringing out the facts.
As chairman of the speakers’ bureau of
the Democratic national committee I
should be glad to cancel any dates cr ar
rangements already made for Governor
Cox’s Itinerary in order to accommodate
such a joint debate.”
Court Decides Bush
Must Serve Sentence
Dennis J. Bush, street commissioner
under the administration of Mayor Jos
eph E. Bell, will begin a four months’
sentence at the State farm soon unless
the Supreme Court grants him a rehear
ing.
H!s case was taken to the high court
following his. conviction In the Marion
County Court of causing . vicious as
sault.
Sixty days are allowed by law in
which to file a petition for a rehearing,
according to the Supreme Court, which
yesterday sustained the decision of the
lower court.
His case has been pending in the Su
preme Court since 1916.
During Bush’s trial It was shown that
a gang of men went to the home of
Ralph E. Richman du/ing the political
campaign of 1914 and assaulted him.
Bob Waiters, who headed the gang,
testified during the trial that Bush had
sent him to make the attack.
Reo Dealers Hear
Talks and Buy Cars
Interesting features of the sates con- \
vention held by the Fisher Automobile
Company and its Iteo dealers at the In
dianapolis Canoe Club on Wednesday
were the business talks by C. A. Lem
mon. Reo factory representative; H H.
Bateheller, manager of the Fisher Auto
mobile Company, and E. E. Brodbeck and
T. Lashbrook, also of the Fisher com
pany.
Orders were taken for a large number
of automobiles and speedwagons for Im
mediate delivery.
A novel feature was a Reo car on Its
-side, displaying all the parts usually
concealed.
Higher Fares Asked
by Traction Company
A petition asking an Increase In fares
i today was presented to the public service
commission by the Haute, Indian
apolis & Eastern Traction Company.
The petition asks a passenger fare of
3 cents a mile In Indianapolis with a
minimum charge of 10 cents. The pres
ent fair Is 5 cents.
The company also asked the commis
sion to grant an increase In express
freight rates.
The company operates over fifteen miles
In this city on various divisions.
First White Man to
Climb Mountain Dies
NEW YORK, Oct. 14. —The first white
man t reach the summit of Mt. McKin
ley Is dead.
He was Rev. Hudson Stuck, archdeacon
of the Yukon.
Word of his death Wednesday at Ft.
Yulon, Alaska, has been received here by
Dr. John Wood exe'-ntivo secretary of
the Protestant Episcopal Church.
Stuck made his ascent of Mt. McKinley
in June, 1913.
Italy Gives Amnesty
in Political Crimes
HOME, Oct. 14.—Italy today pro
rialmed an amnesty for all political
sod military crimes committed prior to
Sept. 19, 1919.
The act practically exempts all de
serters from the Italian army from suf
fering the customary penalties.
The amnesty also Includes former Aus
trian subjects now living in Italian
territory.
Mrs. Ogden Mills Is
Dead at Paris Home
PARIS. Oct. 14— Mrs. Ogden Mills of
New York died here late Wednesday of
heart disease. Her husband was with
bar at tbeir Paris residence.
Mrs. Mills was Miss Ruth Livingston
and was prominent In New York and
Newport society.
During the war the Mills Paris resi
dence was used as headquarters by Gi
eral Pershing.
BERLIN SILENT
AS TO WAR AID
LENT BY IRISH
Investigator Referred to Lloyd
George, Who Made the
Charge.
SAYS SORE SPOT RUBBED
BERLIN, Oct. 14. —The German Govern
ment is carefully guarding the secret of
her war-time relations with Ireland, if
there were any.
Following the sensational charge made
by Premier Lloyd George last Saturday
that Ireland gave assistance to the Ger
man submarine campaign, an effort was
made here to obtain official confirmation
or denial.
But It is stated officially that it Is not
known whether or not there were sub
marine bases on the Irish coast or wheth
er the were assisted to organize an
anti-English army.
It was expected Germany would refute
i the British premier's charges by polntlnfg
out the technical difficulties which would
sible.
Instead, the correspondent encountered
a maze of mystery, evasion and ambig
uous denials.
Reticence In some quarters indicated
that a very tender spot had been touched.
An army general staff officer referred
the correspondent to the navy historical
section.
NAVY OFFICERS ARE
SILENT ON SUBJECT.
The historical section officers discussed
Irish matters Informally, but when asked
for an official statement for publication
they replied that the Foreign Office for
bids army and navy officers making for
mal statements.
The Foreign Office refused permission
to the Admiralty to make a statement.
After a day’s delay, the correspondent
was referred to Consul General Grunow,
who, for thirteen years, was the German
consul at St. Paul.
Replying to questions as to why the
correspondent should be referred to the
chief of the United States political sec
tion instead of the chief of the Irish sec
tion, Herr Grunow replied:
“If the information desired is relating
to Lloyd George's accusations of Irish-
German relations, the proper place for
the inquiry is in London. Mr. Lloyd
George probably would not make a state
ment unless he has the facts to back
it up.”
REAL FACTS MAY
NEVER BE PUBLISHED.
"Do you mean the time isn't ripe to
reveal these matters?” asked the corre
spondent.
“I very much doubt if some facts will
ever be published,” answered the foreign
office official.
“How about Roger Casement going to
Ireland In a German submarine?” asked
the correspondent.
“All I know about that is what ap
peared in the newspapers, it is not even
proved that he went in a submarine.”
The log of the submarine U-20, which
sank the Lusitania, indicates that there
was no Irish base in the spring of 11)15.
GERMAN SOCIALISTS
THREATEN TO SPLIT
HALLE, Germany, Oct. 14. —Civil war
as the only means of establishing a pro
letariat state in Ge nnuy, was advocated
at the German Seciallsts convention by
Herr Daumlg, leader of the pro-Bolshe
vist wing of the Independent Socialists.
Daumig declared In favor of an al
liance with soviet Russia.
Herr Crlsplen. leader of the conserva
tive element, while Indorsing a dictator
ship of the proletariat, opposed terror
ism and spoke against submission to
Moscow.
Crlspien asserted Germany must de
termine its own vital questions, such as
starting another revolution.
- Further discussion of a union with
Moscow is expected to come up ttnior
row, when the chief speakers will be the
Russian delegate. M. Zlnovleff and the
French delegate, M. Longuet.
Evidence of a definite split in the two
factions is seen. The right wing hss en
gaged quarters In Llepslg and is ex
pected to move there Friday for a
“rump" convention.
Indianapolis Leads
in Navy Recruiting
Indianapolis leads the whole central
('■'vision in recruiting for the United
States Navy, Lieut. T. E. Orr. com
amndant of the local recruiting station
announced today.
The total enlistments gained by vari
ous stations in the district ae far In
1020 have been annonnred by the Jfary
Department as follows:
Indianapolis. 865; Chicago, 842; Louis
ville, 768; Detroit, CO7; Milwaukee, 636:
Cincinnati, 506, and Peoria. 675.
The Navy Department also announces
that there are 4,700 vacancies in the navy '
schools from which the skilled special
•ists are drawn.
These schools formerly were open to
previous-service men only.
Baker’s Shortening—Clossbrenner’s.
xjL Oysters
SPECIAL Fresh
Boston Haddock,
Fresh Doston Bluefish \
Fresh River Carp / LB.
Illinois Illver 8uffa10......! 1 e
Fresh Lake Mallets. J *
Lake Jack Salmon v LB.
Illinois River Cropplee ( Of|_
Fresh River Sunflsh I
Fresh Spanish Mackerel... A
Fresh Red Snappers I
Genuine Bluefish v
Fresh Bay Mackerel I 35c
Fancy Fresh Halibut /
5.000 -ons American C _
Sardines, can V
WILLIS
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MILLINERY
rOH WOMEN AND .V lAX ICS
SlUUtirtAPll Secret vinliiSfiS^tiiD
invaluable xor lovers and lor keeping
recipes, addresses, secret memorandum or
ether lnlormatlon sale and private. No
•trail ger can read your postals If you dm
the Weto Graph. Great lun lor lovers or
friends. Don’t miss It. Send 100 and we
will send the Wets Graph by mail with
full Instructions. Address* FJENN PUB
LISH I>G CO- BlalrsvUle. Iha.
| DOG HILL PARAGRAFS |
Jeff Potlocks says be saw the track of
some sort of a large dangerous looking
wild animal In the road this morning.
What’s puzzling Columbus Allaop is what
sort of an animal would make Just one
track and then quit, and not still be
there.
Ras Barlow has had more bad luck.
He reports he broke his dollar this morn
ing.
Slim Pickens weighed oir a pair of big
scales at Bounding Billows day before
yesterday, and by bearing down right
hard with both feet he came within elevon
pounds of weighing what he had been
saying he weighed.
Casseroles
Sheffield-rimmed Pyrex-lined
Somehow food tastes
twice as delicious when
rTflr~ g&t. baked in a Pyres dish
with its lid daintily en
v •" ! graved in flower motif,
and then brought on to
Peifdy'v’y*the table in a handsome
Sheffield stand of pierced
-v”• design or served on a
""W nickel tray stand with
2-Pt. size, round or oval. $8.50. handle, which can bo
3-Pt. size, round, $9.00; oval, $9.50. used separately.
A Casserole Makes a Most Appropriate
and Appreciated Wedding Gift.
Charles Mayer and Cos.
Eatabluhed 1840 29 and 31 W. Washington St.
-FALL MILLINERY SALE
@We have gone to extremes to make this a
memorable sale. Styles, qualities, values are
offered In this great group that will not be
surpassed in many a day. Every popular
mode la here, especially priced at —
Davtr* and Silk Lyon.
vaivet, .Ilk #■ v.lvet.
psuD. velvet. U| combination..
▼• 1 * ■ brocade*—
Many of these are hats sold up to $lO.
20% ON AL hI£s TTERN 20%
4 WEST WASHINGTON BTREET.
Special Notice to Shippers
Take advantage of an 18-hour freight delivery Indianapolis to
Toledo daily except Sunday in through car; same service returning.
Quicker than express delivery.
Union Traction Company of Indiana
FOR PARTICULARS INQUIRE OF AGENT
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Bookkeepers Move On
s,:
,firin' P Yon n aro°famm on ’ °uh°t? ccopt a b, itK er place with some other
bluo e u“ a fo 2e *<MOVEON’’ th ti r rl^ 0 | Un yl. ne ande f“ r tnients. If you are am
Yon k wf “? W takc °f this training In ou? NIOHT SCHOOL
iSt’S? ay the* a^ r vr^r
Phone Fred W. Case, Principal; for partlcula” ’ U ° ° r tel *'
Pennsylvania and Vermont—lst Door North of V. >V. C. A.—lndianapolis
I >. Among the men to give >.i .
g N _ onstrstlons before the o?.!? I **- d * la ~
£1 of \ j • following: D Clas re the
Saknfc*to -**SS9Ksr
-—| |h,„ T r<^ptr nd Addin *
New j Course Opens Frr
day, pet. 15, in Y.M.CA. , E - Llght Pr °yuc ts
JjVight School \ I S - Company.’ De ' C ° L ' ht Product
U A few free scholarships still open
, 'X ico luen - F " r full iuforpah
\ (j. FIELDS, Clducftflonal DlrecH° r -
Main SCOu. i(
in DIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14,1920.
BLAMES OIL MEN
IN MEXICO TANGLE
Huerta’s Representative Tells
of ‘lntrigue’ in U. S.
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 14.—Returning
from a visit to the United States, Robert
l’esquiera, personal representative ol
President De La r Huerta, charged that
Washington swarms with lobbyists work
ing against Mexican Interests and en
deavoring to keep the United States and
Mexico apart.
He asserted ‘There are two groups
among the oil men who desire continued
friction between the countries.”
“Neither I nor any other representative
of this Government has attempted to
gain recognition from the United States/'
he said.
"However, there are a number of In
terests attempting to warp the Judgment
of Secretary of State Colby and hie as
sistants, using the petroleum controversy,
political and religious arguments for the
purpose.
“The White House Is a fortress tower
ing ovor meshes of intrigue.
“None of this intrigue reaches tho
President.”
Battle Over Voting
Machine ‘Rehearsals*
Special to The Time*
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct 14.—Demo
cratic and Republican county organiza
tions are at loggerheads over the refusal
to place voting machines in the various
precincts some days In advance of elec
tion day in order to give the women an
opportunity to practice.
Both sides charge bad faith In connec
tion with alleged efforts to prevent th
women from learning how to vote.
RINK’S
Big Blouse Bargains
Vl to Less Than Regular Marked Price
'Aulta Statl-Ritlli.. Salt
Means another great reduction. Not a few, but hundreds are
arranged in lots for quick selling— l-3 to % off.
$3.00 and $7.50
Blouses, white voiles, hand-em
broidered Irish and filet laces;
long: or short sleeves, at—
sl.39 and $4.95
Stripe Wash Silks
And crepe de chine shirts—
ss.9s now to $2.95
$11.50 now to $7.50
Crept de Chine
White and flesh, reduced from
$16.50 to *11.50 and $11.50 to
*7.50.
Brn.hed Wool
SHAWLS
$8.50 up
PpHBMBRMBMMMRfIHBMfIHHHI ai*oji ughtti
, 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,
A FLOCK OF fO'RDh
A GANG OF MEN
At WAV’. CN Hl*
Hayes Bros.
v.'SV •
'77.,..y~ MAIN 249 J AUTO 77-493
. ■ -
Service and Satisfaction
TRUSSES
k ABDOMINAL SUPPORrERS, BRACES
fitted by expert
Ccmplet+Lin• Sick Room Supplies
WM. H. ARMSTRONG CO. iWL.-
S4 WEST OHIO *T.
Window Shades Recolored
ALSO NEW BHADES AT A SAVING OP 10%
DURHAM &'DARNELL SHADE CO., 136 N. Alabama St. Main 5829
i*T, a .
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$3.95 and $4.95
Organdy and batiste, white and
colors, dressy styles, clean and
crisp, at—
sl.9s and $2.95
Embroidered and Beaded
Georgette
In beautiful combination colors.
Brown prevails. Reduced from —
$12.50 to $8.50
$7.50 to $3.95
Silk Tricolette
Odds and ends, high-grade, em
broidered, &U liberally reduced.
RINK’S CLOAK HOUSE
RINK’S
Separate Skirts
For Sport or Dress
About Yi Mark-Down
$12.50, $13.50 and $15.00 Sport and
Dress Skirts grouped into one lot
* QM w z'r
Price Q Siik *
Smart patterns in large and small
plaids, checks and stripes; woolen
Sport novelties, navy blue
serges, fantasia silks, plain,
accordion or box pleated.
Attractive models of the higher type
in fancy or plain, rich
skirt patterns—-
$12.50 to $29.50
Photographic portrait* y* ■"'v
ar. the moat peraonnl / A
gift yon ciu oak*. Hare
you ordered your Christ- MMA
bum photograph.? ru tm
ItaM Deer KaAa M4g
Enjoy Your Watch^
WHILE YOC ARE PATINO.
That's egg of the greatest advan
tgfceg of ear liberal credit offer, 'i’be
fj goods are delivered into your
possession with your first
tgf payment and you have all tu
JL pleasure of ualng them whlls
/A you're paying the bill lu such
) /Yv A small amounts that the money
IwVTd ! * B * T *r missed. Our credit
1? ifj Ptlres are bo higher than
Virij you'll find in stores whera
\vjy spot taah la demanded.
Gray, Gribben & Gray
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We Trust Aayeee Who Work.
DON’T THROW A
BRICK
There's a Reason
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If HUNT** Stive felts I. the
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■OOK DECS OPKTAJnr.
Ob legal affidavit, John Hart Brittain, business man. certified kMhc
to this: "Sty head at the top and hack was absolutely bald. The fii iHMh
tralp was shiny. An expert laid that ha thought the hair roots were f
extinct, and there was no hope of my ever having anew hair growth. /—, (wTOH
**Yet now, a& an aor#r 66, I hare a luxuriant growth of y^Et'
soft, strong, hfstreus heir f No frao# of baldness. The pictures ahowa / JW
here ere from my photographs." Mr. Brituia certified further:
INDIAN’S SECRET OF HAIR GROWTH Jgp
••At a time when I hed become discouraged /£ajpx- > ,—^lhv
tat trying vaiioua hair lotions, tonics, specialists’ K,
treatments, eta., I came across, in my travels, a JjVCtKy
Cherokee Indian ‘medicine man’ who had an elixir
that he asseverated would grow my hair. Although After hair growth
I had but little faith, I gave It • trial. To my .... , .
amazement a light fuss sooa appeared. It developed, day by c.p, into
a healthy growth, and ere long my hair wa# at proliao as ta my
youthful days.
That I teas astonished emd happy is esefressing my state of mind mildly.
Obviously, the hair roots had not been dead, but wore dormant la
the scalp, awaiting the fertilizing potency of the mysterious pomade.
I negotiated for and came into possession of the principle for pre
paring this mysterious elixir, now called Kotalko, and later had the
Photo when bald cI H P ct * B, ° practical form by a chemist.
t no.o wner, iwu, Irhat my own hair growth was permanent ha* been amply proved,**
liow YOU May Grow YOUR Hair
H has been proved in vary many cases that hair roots did
not die even when the hair fell out through dandruff, fever, _,
alopecia arecta or certain other hair or scalp disorders. Hiss I,
A. I>. Otto reports: "About 8 years ago ray hair began to fall Kja
, out until my scalp in spots was Bn
r "tr&rrtft SOLD BY slEo ' t entirely bald. I used ttFraMßfiT-- By
W.fifckuuvuius everything that was recommend- §?i
ed but was always disappointed fUaMvEHn If
HENRY J HITDKR until at last I cams across Ko- .uAßßiin 1/
j a vr aan talko. My bald spots are being I
a. a. haag covered now; the growth is el- I
HOOK DRUG CO. ready about three inches,” Q. IKfrySKaftSmSß 1
HAAG UK CO CO. W * Mitchell reports: "I had Mr
spot* completely bald, over
*■<•-> 1-hm. .* rrAiiK’ s°,rws: UR
Dost Stores tv .owner* Maxwell reports: “The whole
front of ay head wet as btld _
as the palm of ay hand for about 15 years. Since using .
Kotalko, hair is growing all over the place that wa* bald.” Kota!ko it
Many mors splendid, convincing reports from satisfied users. for tiomen'^^M
contains CrJTCirE STAR OH, and other
H 'HtU, grodler.ts. Ko alcohol, no shampoo: but a
Bit *S i .Im, U" B wonderful effracr. All ingredient* r.re sa'"
hVtSs*lhMiMgfo |r e*i even for a child’s scalp and hair. Positively
■Miiiiiininiiiniiai mmam cn9 delivhtfHlv roliablo hair preparation
upon genrlna merit. Bur a box of KOTALKO at the drug store. Or ask
at the toilet goods or drug counter of any Jarre department atore. K r -MEwfcfcgg
name. Accept nothing elae os “just aa rood.’’ $300.00 GUABANTEE. Or
oaata (silver er stamps! von will receive a PROOF BOX of Kotalko with
postpaid. Petermina NOW to eliminate BANDRUFF, to treat
HAIR FROM FAM.INO, Get a box of guaranteed KOTALKO, apply cM&mWmi'Z*.
daily; watch in your mirror. For PROOF BOX (10 cents, none otherwßßß&PSgrew
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$11.50 to $35
.. and
oton
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