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Home Builders may now borrow from us up to 50 per cent of the appraised value of proposed new dwellings and new medium-priced apartment houses. We share the general eagerness to see the housing shortage in Indianapolis and Indiana reduced and are glad to be able to offer financial help. We are able to do this because of our appointment by the Metropol itan Life Insurance Company as its Indiana repre sentative in connection with its $50,000,000 building loan fund. May we tell you more about our Metropolitan Life In surance Company Building Plan? Please address in quiries to Mr. William B. Schiltges, manager of the Loan Department. jflettfjer Ratings anti Crust Company Northwest Corner Market and Pennsylvania. West Indianapolis Branch, West Street Branch, 1233 Oliver Avenue. Washington and West Streets. East Tenth Branch, 2122 East Tenth Street. COMMUNITY FUND DRIVE PLANS LAID Hope Is to Raise Sum Suffi cient to Support All Agencies. With the campaign for funds for the Indianapolis Community Chest only two vreeks away Charles F. Coffin, president of the Chamber of Commerce and cam paign director for the chest, announced today he will devote all of his time for the next three weeks to the campaign. The campaign will be waged Nov. 15 to 20. The amount to be raised has not been set, but It will be less than half. It is believed, of the amount raised for the war chest. This amount was nearly $3.000 000. The amount raised this year will be sufficient, it is hoped, to support the charitable, civic and philanthropic agen cies which are members, for more than a year. Mr. Coffin is working out complete details for the campaign for funds. Within the next few diys several hun dred persons will be called on to serve on ! various committees for the campaign, ] Coma 'i kS. jo o f\ Jr Exam nation f a M fir eras ßesults V 'a 8 i v " Shell R'lms^" 1- j /n a Correct \ 3 \ M Prescription Sl.so^^^^ A Small Thing to Look for, but a Big Thing To Find ’ VV"YJCH are eye defects. While they may be microscopically minute, yet they may be the foundation of much future eye trouble. While we would hardly care to in aasy-yaj timate that any optical defect might lead to total or partial loss of vision, on the ■anrwnSl other hand, why let such a small sum as four or five dollars stand between you and better vision? However, requires both professional skill and detailed thoroughness to prescribe and fit correct glasses. Those two qualifications, coupled with our fair prices, have been the very vertebrae of our success. Hundreds have come, have been fitted and walked out sat isfied. We are always ready to give you the same satisfying service we have given them. Ah gasses guaran’eed. If lenses need changing dicing the first m x months , we make no charge for changing. DR. J. E. KERNEL C PTICAMJEPARTMENT The Wm. H. BLOCK Cos. ■■■■■■■■■l 202 S. ILLINOIS ST. ARMY 600DS SALE MERCHANfIisE O. D. SHORT OVERCOATS j I O. D. LONG OVERCOATS These coats have been slightly I Just as good as Os used and are in fine condition. 3)o* a O I new Si B ,r| J REC. O. D. WOOL SHIRTS, gft Off* NEW BLACK SHOES, on a excellent condition, each special, pair Marine I'ants, long 1.-g, Army Bacon. C*> rtj? Reclaimed Overalls and Reclaimed O. D. AO CA cuff bottom. Come In and 1- lb. can i# Jumpers, o•■ 0 wool blouses., doavll ™"f- 50 S&r33 Raincoats $9.85 R r<'la!med ££ CA Field ntd^lar^ 8 ' £ Q ty N fw men’s winter Males kin mm JerH... St>.S>U S h„e. ,■. .6.8 §3.00 Raincoats SaUo/i) Reclaimed O. D. tpCi Am Sleeveless Slip- on Ofj wool breeches. over Sweaters.. New winter shirts and Officers’ gabardine trench .. . . U. S. Army Style Light f 0 r *,' ver *’ Si 1 costs oa . 7 hobnail Shoes, Weight Shoes. ej each r nt0 *’ $7.aG p ,r sock., nght wig htf New O. D. A pair, 3 !* , Hip Boots, OP AA Reclaimed Field and Shirts, esrh . pairs di.UU •i* ato 13 eo.tiu $2.85 RHL M “'’ i‘ bl k* 4 ?** New flannelette asm; Sett. 51.9& QUEEN CITY SALVAGE CO. circle 408 202 SOUTH and it is believed there will be a ready response. John H. Reynolds, general secreetary of the Chamber of Commerce, said that organization will cooperate in every pos sible way in making the campaign a success. The board of directors of the cham her, at a meeting recently, adopted a resolution indorsing the movement, and other organizations are expected to do likewise. DrCK hunter drowns. ASHLAND, Wis., Nov. 3.—Frank Keena, traveling salesman for a Duluth firm, was drowned In Yellow River while duck hunting Tuesday. PRISONER TAKEN TO MARION. ALEXANDRIA, Ind., Nor. 3.—Harry Wilson, arrested here after a reported attempt to sell a small car, said to have been stolen at Greentown, Ind., was taken to Marion Tuesday, where he will be tried in tho Grant County Circuit Court. BLACK SCREEN WIRE 3*4e a Squars Foot VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. I*o TO 124 CAST WASHtMQTON STREET Preacher Candidate Leads Dry Law Author ST. PAUL, Nov. 3.—J. A. O. Preus, Republican, has been elected Governor of Minnesota, returns early today indicated j with a slight chance that Henrik Ship stead, Non-partisan Leauge Indorsee, might show heavy gains in the rural vote. Hodgson, Democrat, was snowed under. Andrew Volstead, congressman, author of the prohibition law, was running be hind the Rev. O. J. Kvale for re-election. Krale ran as on independent. DIES IN BOILING WATER. WAUKEGAN. 111.. Nov. 3.—J. F. Dor sey, civilian employe at Great Lakes, while directing the work of pnmplng out a manhole partly Sited with boiling water, accidentally stepped into it, sus tainlng injuries that proved fata!. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1920. ' — — DOG HILL PARAGRAFS I I--W4 .~i The Deputy Constable Is almost sure lie will go to the show next Monday night. It is a melodrama In which one person gets hit three tiinea with the same pie. • • • The TlekviHe Tidings records a six legged calf, which recently arrived In a nearby community. Silo Kildew says he sure would hate to buy shoes for that I calf. • • • | Poke Earley says he don't remember of | ever going on a camping trip that one ! of the party did not appear with a long I litre at the last minute and announce l that It was impossible for him to go, as ! his wife was sick. Despondent Swain’s Suicide Trial Fails Erwin Ellis, 24. of 1717 Lockwood street, attempted suicide at his home early today I by taking chloroform. The police were told he was despond ent over a love affair. Ellis was taken to the City Hospital and physicians say he will recover. TO FACE BOND THEFT TRIAL. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 3.—Jules ("Nicky") Arusteln, reputed chief In ths New York J.V000.000 bond robberies, will be brought here Friday for arraignment and trißl under a writ of habeas corpus Issued today by Justice Gould of the District of Columbia Supreme Court. Ever* >od Oleomargarine— .lobreener'. Right at First Most any honest dentist guarantees his work, and if It doesn’t suit you at first, he will do It over. Rut land o’ living, sakes alive, who wants to have two or three sittings with a Dentist when one ought to suffice? It's bet ter to do like we do: give the care, time and skill necessary to do the work right in the first place. On this point we can r°fer you to a big list of pleased patients. Perhaps some are among your neighbors or friends Ask them about us. Con •> to the right Dentists Eiteljorg & Moore DENTISTS Corner Ep .1 Market St. and Circle Ground floor. I.a<l, Attendant. (PENN. AND WASH. U MADISON AND MAT. rot .MAIN sqt ARB. . MERIDIAN AND MORRIS * \ CLOTHING ON C EDIT Hoyle rj a wick and im. Clothing Cos. 303 803-301 IV. Washington Si. j Doors West Hennte Ave. EAS T 10'E TIRED, ACHING MUSCLES Outdoor and indoor workers, subject to exposure or heavy toil, find relief in Sloan's Liniment. Been at work all day, standing on j your feet, lifting heavy weights? And now you’re nil tired out. | Never mind, if you are wise yon have j a bottle of Sloan's on the shelf, at home or In the shop. Put a little on, without rubbing, and quickly comes grateful warmth and relief. Good for rheumatic pains, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago and the host of external pains that are all the time coming. Helps break up colds, too! , It's contorting to keep it handy. Three ! sizes—3sc, 70c, $1.40. Sloans Liniment - --- ,11 I GRAPOLO jP The Laxative IK Internal Cleanser For Quick Relief of Constipation ; Grapolo does not contain calomel, or other mercury siits. It is purely vege table, mild but positive in action, and absolutely harmless. The small, choco late-coated tablets are easy to take, j and give a natural movement, with j nut purging or erioinr 25 cents. I Henry J. Iluder, Washington and Penn sylvania streets; southeast corner Michi gan and I'llnots streets, Indianapolis, Ind.. and all leading druggists.—Adver tisement. You will never know how humanly beautiful a phonograph can be until you’ve seen and heard TERMS One-tenth of the price as first pay ment, the balance In eleven equal In stallments. Upright models, S9O-1460. Period models $350-$2,500> Charles Mayer & Company 29 and 31 IV. Washington Street. Established 1840 Steps of Progress It is a curious fact that the two greatest progressive movements this Country has known were received in the beginning with abuse and contempt aud ridicule. They were: 'The Anti-Slavery Movement The Woman-Suffrage Movement Each of these movements, backed by patience, persistence and courage, finally won that highest of all endorsements, a Constitutional amendment. We Welcome the Accounts of Women National City Bank 14-16 E. Washington St. ROOFING The heavy melting snows of winter and the torrential rains of late winter and early spring cause more damage to Interior decorations than at ar.y other season of the year, due to unusual decay of roof while supporting covering of snow. Why not let us apply an ASPHALT roof now? All material and workmanship guaranteed. We carry— Red and Green ASrHALT SHINGLES. Individual and strip. Ked and Green ASPHALT roll roofing, plain and designed. Talc and sand coated Asphalt roll roofing. Roofing Paints; Roofing Cement; Roofing Nalls (with orders). GREER-HANKINS LUMBER CO. 624 Massachusetts Ave. Main 747. —TELEPHONES— Auto. 22-213. For Peace of Mind and pure satisfaction, there is nothing better than a GROWING savings account. Open an account NOW. Interest allowed from tho first on all deposits in Savings on or before November 10th. We Pay 4%% on Savings MEYER-KISER BANK 136 East Washington Street. UfITCB UIiEIIT A y Ail tbe comfort* of homo. HU ICL S U 111 I Rll Absolutely fireproof. Rooms SI.OO to $2.50 Corner Market and N*w Jersey St*. Weekly Rate on Application. CLOTHING ON CREDIT PKOPLE'S CRIDIT CLOTHING CO. 46 N. PENNSYLVANIA ST. 2nd FLOOR FURNITURE We Treat You Right CASH O < PAYMENTS Little Furniture Store til E. Washington St. STMt IMSTftUNCMI Os QUALITY Ay amsxk Clean a* a •cm C — —Q The instrument that won highest score for tone at the Panama-Pacific Exposition . It Plays AH Makes of Disc Records Perfectly Ask for demonstration of the ELITE Sonora It Has the Exclusive Bulge Design and Exclusive Wooden Tone Arm. , OETROIT VAPOR STOVES PENINSULAR STOVE* GURNEY REFRIGERATORS CHENEY PHONOGRAPH* Far Sale by HOOJER 0 J i FIT i ING CO. 445-S g. Wash. 4 Elite ft Moo y Pasteurized Milk Means Safe Milk ma Retu r n your empty milk bot tle* promptly. Without bottles we can not make deliveries to you. Watch for Health Burglars ■ v ''' The burglar that steals your health hides In ySteftaS the crevices of your teeth. Decayed food that finds Its way from the teeth to the stomach easily enters the blood current. r~xf Neuritis, sciatica, acute paralysis, appendl- Wfjf citis, diseases of the gall, bladder and ulcer 's 9 ‘ ated stomach are natural results of tooth ln ™ fectlon, say physicians. "I am 72. After some sickness 1 was advised that my health was good except for my teeth. The People’s Dentists surprised me, extracting the bad ones without pain. I have put this off for years, fearing the dentist.” —J. E. Humston, Danville, Ind. THE PEOPLE’S DENTISTS Open 8 A. M. to 8 V. M.—Sunday. 0 A. M. to 12 M. 86 W. Wnehington Bt. Over GnuMpahl’e Trank Store. <Ba —Service and Satisfaction Sc3jfED' TRUSSES J® J ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, BRACES FITTED BY EXPERT Complete Line Sick Room Supplier M E ARMSTRONG CO. Instrument House” M WEST OHIO BT. n/JC vacuum cleaners t f liTT iSr rRIEK TR,AL CABY PAYMENTS HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. AUTO. 18-UI. MASK I*B. AUTO. M-U3. Who said Christmas gifts! Yes—it real ly is the time to f order those photo- Wjp'jn&f graphic p o r t r aits that will help make Portralt * the holidays hap- red pl er * Cheerfully cZZ. ninth Floss Kahn Bids Delivery. / r&tmamin $15417411 I. Washington at J Sending Tissue lr\uS T” MW lag Sr a<uuiu|. Hepalrs doming. ■llk. ntla. cotton goods, ribbons, tebrlci •f nil kinds, kid glovss. mackintosh**, •rabreilaa, parasols. stockings, sic. Pack ww postpaid. IS cents, two packages. 3i sent*. Address PENN PUBLISHING CO„ Blalrarflle. Pa. Polios Milk as it passes thru the pasteurizing process is raised to a certain fixed temperature and then thor oughly cooled. Pasteurization does not af fect the flavor, but it does destroy any harmful bacteria which milk may have absorbed during its brief exposure to the air. Polk’s Best Milk is a safe milk, pure and wholesome, and its lib eral use will help reduce living expenses. It takes the place of higher priced and less nutritious foods. When you order milk be sure it’s POLK’S Best MILK ASK YOUR PHYSICIAN Order by Phone. North 852, Auto. 23-331.