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First Mortgage Real Estate
Certificates
Dated December 1,1920. Due December 1,1925.
Denomination SIOO, SSOO, SI,OOO
Last week a man said to us, “I have been a customer
here for thirty-eight years.” During most of that time
this man has had money invested in Our First
Mortgage Real Estate Securities and on these invest
ments lie has never lost one dollar nor had a delay in
the collection of principal or interest.
Our First Mortgage Real Estate Certificates are
backed by just such mortgage loans as this man has
had bis funds invested in, and in purchasing the Cer
tificates you assure yourself of perfect safety.
These Certificates may be purchased either for cash
or under the terms of our partial payment plan, which
provides for the payment of one-tenth in cash and one
tenth per month for the nine succeeding months.
Let us give you more detailed information in regard
to them.
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IMPERSONATES
11 CHARACTERS
Boston Man Addresses Men’s
Meeting at English’s Theater.
A striking Impersonation of eleven
characters In “A Square Deal.' a playlet
which is an adaptation from “Hit the
Trail Holiday,” was made by Edwin
Whitney of ltoston. Mass., at the men's
big meeting at English’s Theater yester
day. The 6tory tells of a yonng man
who, out of spite, leads a moral life with
the result that he “turns over anew
leaf," to the surprise of himself and
everybody else.
Dr. Virgil E. Rorer, new pastor at the
Meridian Street M. E. Church, will be
the speaker at the big meeting next Sun
day afternoon, according to the announce
ment of A. H. Godard, chairman of the
arrangement committee. Dr. Ilorer, who
took the Indianapolis pasturage last
month, came here from Philadelphia. A
ladies’ meeting will be held Dec. 1!).
Music was furnished by the Y. M. C. A.
Orchestra under the direction of L. A.
Von Staden. The meeting was attended
by 1,000 persons and a collection of <l5O
was received.
At a meeting of the boys of the Y. M.
C. A. Saturday night. 11. C. Gclhathy of
the American Steel A- Wire Company gave
a talk on “Personality.” The address
was followed by a program of games and
tournaments. The following are winners
in the tournaments: Clarence Hulvey.
tennis; William Whaley, table tennis;
Merle Calvert, checkers; Jack Davis, nams
contest. I. X. Logan, boys' secretary,
had charge of the nrrangeraents.
Sam L. Shurt, cartoonist, gave the en
tertainment yesterday afternoon. Music
was furnished under the direction of I’aul
Birchfleld.
Courthouse Not Fit
for Women Juries’ Use
Special to The Times.
KOKOMO, lad., Dec. 6.—Judge W. C.
Overtun of the Howard Circuit Court has
Indicated that he will provide for women
upon Juries. County Clerk Henry Quig
ley Is opposed to the plan because of in
adequate accommodations. The court
house is an antiquated structure and has
no suitable accommodations for women
members of Juries who might be forced
to remain at night.
Special to The Times.
WABASH. Ind., Dec. 6. —Women will
not serve on Juries in the Wabash Cir
cuit Court next year unless they are se
lected as substitutes after the regular
panel has been excused.
Mrs. Emma I’arr and Katherine Ram
sey, first woman Jury commissioners to
be appointed in Indiana, selected the
names of 125 persons liable for Jury
service next year. Those selected are
nil men, the commissioners following
the wishes of the circuit Judge.
Shoe Prices Are Cut
WHEELING, W. Va., Dec. 6.—Wheeling
•hoe dealers have decided to reduce the
price of shoes from 20 to 30 per cent.
The dealers explained they cut prices to
keep pace with reductions in other com
munities.
Wilma
MNE!A
Use Soothing Musterole
When those sharp pains go shooting
tnrougn your head, when your sku!!
•cents as if it would split, just rub a little
Musterole on your temples and nec k
It draws cut the inflammation, soothes
•way the pain,usuallygivingquickre!ief.
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
made with oil of mustard. Better than
a mustard plaster and does not blister.
Many doctors and nurses frankly
recommend Musterole for sore throat,
bronchitis croup, stiff neck, asthma’
neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheuma
tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the
Dick or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bc-uises, chilblains, frosted feet—colds
el; the chest (it often prevents pneu
He and 65c Jars: Hospital Size $3.00
Hunter, Shot by Dog,
Dies at St. Francis
Elmer Rabourn, 40, New Bethel, died
at St. Francis Hospital Sunday night. Ha
wag taken to the hospital Friday night
after he had been shot through the stom
ach. A dog started to jump out of the
automobile In which Rabourn wag start
ing on a coon hunt and stepped on a
rifle, discharging It and Inflicting the
fatal Injury. Rabourn was a railroad
claim agent. The widow survives.
Silk Shirt Saves Man
CHICAGO, Dec. 6.—The Sabbath calm
at the Old Harbor life saving station at
the river’s mouth was broken for a bit
yesterday when Mr. Bruno Beier of La
Grange dofTed his silk slilrt, some three
miles off the Lincoln Park coastline, and
waved It in the breeze. The craft was
rapidly and -Iftlng toward the Michigan
--liore when Captain Anderson and his
boys arrived on the scene.
HOG CHOLKRA OCT AGAIN.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. Because
farmers and hog feeders refused to abide
by the wish of the State veterinary de
partment for careful Inspection and
treatment of hogs brought Into Ohio for
feeding, there has been a renewed out
break of hog cholera.
You can’t well dupli
cate the appreciation ex
priTSxed in giving photo- a A
graphs for Xmas gifts. (
Arrange for the sitting y<T
Ninth Floor, Kahn Bldg.
Bay Yourself a Xmas Gift
Or Clear Up Mother’s or Dad’s Vision—Make It a
Christmas to Be Remembered
Could you think of a more uneful gift than a pair of correctly fitted eyeglasses? The
success of this institution is due to our adoption of the modern syfctem of fitting eyes
and the installation of the finest equipment for making lenses. You are also assured
of the expert service of conscientious opticians and our guarantee to change lenses
within six months free of charge.
j4n Ideal £ ft, Ideal
Eyeglass at SI ' oj\ Jr Eyeglass at
$4.50 to $4.50 to
$5.50
This Includes Thorough Examination cf Your Eyes
Curved Lenses, any frame or mounting Kryptok Invisible Bifocals for far and
you may select or best suited to you. near vision, complete with mounting
$4.50 to $5.50 > SB.OO to $14.00
We are saving others money on their
Guaranteed to be satisfactory. Wo will glasses. Why not you?
fill your oculist prescription or duplicate w* will examine your eyes at home,
your old glasses at this price. No extra charge.
Hoosier Optical Cos.
MANUFACTURING OPTICIANS
148 North Illinois Street
Phone Main 6529. % J 4 Square North of Terminal Station.
Rifles Mail to Buy
Things for Sweetie
RAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 6.—Love for
Lillian Hagan, an Oakland candy store
employe, caused J. L. Hazcns to rifle
the United States malls of I'JO.OOO, ac
cording to his confession. Articles valued
at several thousnnd dollars were dls
covered In Miss Ilagan’s rooms.
TWO lIEI.D ON TIGF.K CHARGES.
Two men were arrested on “blind tiger"
charges over the week end and slated for
Investigation by the city and Federal
authorities. David Whltlngton, of
Hoopeston, 111., was arrested in his auto
mobile. In which a half gallon of whisky
was found at East and Court streets.
Following a raid by the police. Dernetrlt
Kuhnneff. restaurant owner nt 522 West
Washington street, was arrested yester
day on a blind tiger charge. The police
raided his home nt Lafayette trac
tion line, where ISO gallons of raisin
mash were discovered locked In a barn.
“Stylish Stouts—Our Specialty ”
PariS
LADIES* OUTFITTERS
COR. WASHINGTON £ ALABAMA
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6,1920.
4 KILLED AND 1
HURT WHEN CAR
SMASHES AUTO
Col. Russell B. Harrison, New
Assemblyman, Expected
to Recover.
The condition of Col. Russell B. nar
rlson, Indianapolis attorney and a mem
ber of the new State Legislature, who
was Injured In tha automobile accident
which killed four men Sunday after
noon near Irvington, was described to
day as “Just fair” at the Methodist hos
pital, where he was taken following the
wreck.
Those killed are:
Nick Clones, Grand Hotel, owner
of the Athens restaurant, BS-35 W est
Maryland street.
George Patsos, % Indiana ave
nue, owner of the Orpheam case,
217 Indiana avenue.
James latson, Stubblns Hotel,
owner of the Victory coufeetlonery,
Illinois and Maryland streets
Harry Ilard.v. employe of Clones (
suffered u rracturod skull and broken
left l leg: died at hospital.
Colonel Harrison suffered n sprained
back, cuts on the head and was said
to be suffering a shock. Physicians be
lieve he will recover. He lives at the
Columbia Club.
ACCIDENT ON
NATIONAL ROAD, EAST.
The accldcut occurred at the old Stop
5 crossing ou the National road nt 4
o’clock yesterday afternoon, when an
inbound Terre Haute, Indianapolis and
Eastern Traction Company car struck
an automobile containing the five men.
Clones, who was driving, was turning
in to a driveway leading to the Sun-Lite
Gas Company plant.
The machine was going west on the
National road and the Interurban was ;
bound in the same direction. Three wit
nesses to the tragedy sny the motor- j
man repeatedly sounded a warning
whistle, but that Clones turned bis ma- j
chine into the path of the oncoming
car, traveling at a rate of about forty
miles an hour.
The machine was burled Into the air,
dropping on the tracks about twenty
feet from the point of the crash. The
traction car ran almost the distance of
a city block before it was stopped.
Coroner Robinson anil the police say
the party was bound for Ft. Benjamin
Harrlspn, where Colonel Harrison was to
represent a Greek named Spirit** at a
court-martial and turned off to see W. il.
Mitchell, a client of Colonel Harrison.
Mitchell, K. R. Denny of Greenfield,
motorman on the Interurban. and O. K.
Stewart of the Sun Lite Gas Company,
were the only witnesses to the mishap,
i Stewart corroborated Motorman Denny's
statement that repeated warnings were
sounded.
I. AT SON AND PATSOS
KILLED INSTANTLY
Latson and Patsos were killed tnstirut
ly, while Clones died about fifteen min
utes later, after the emergency automo
bile had arrived from police headquar
ters. The injured men were carried Into
the Mitchell home by Mitchell and
Stewart.
Colonel Harrison regained consciousness
soon after being taken Into the house,
but was unuble to talk. The police
Identified the dead men by letters found
in their pockets. Colonel Harriaou and
Hardy were taken to the Methodist Ho
pitat where the latter died about SI.JO
o’clock Sunday night. The bodies of
the dead men were taken to the city
morgue.
The motorman of the Interurban will
not be held, according to Coroner Rob
inson. J
Every physician available in Irvington
was sent to the scene of the accident an#
first al<l was administered.
Colonel Harrison is the aon of former
President Benjamin Harrison. He was
secretary of the Marion county council
of defense during the war.
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DOG HILL PARAGRAFS
fjj !
The livery stable at Tlckvllle caught
on fire Wednesday night, but was put j
out, there being no Insurance.
The Deplty Constable made n flying '
trip to Musket Ridge yesterday where !
a cow had been stolen. He took his
magnifying glass along with him, and
says judging from the size of the cow’s
tracks she must of been a whopping big
one.
Sidney Hocks was a pleasant caller at
the home of Miss Peachle Sims Sunday j
afternoon. But since then he learns that
she tells them all the same thing. 1
MEN’S
SUIT
REDUCTIONS
AT MENTER'S
MOST GENEROUS
TERMS OF CREDIT
A Mg purchase at leas than cost from
a big Rochester manufacturer, and our
own stock reduced makes this offering
possible.
Every suit offered Is guaranteed—abso
lutely.
Get a suit for <3O (value $43). $2.00
Down and $2.00 a Week.
Get a suit at $33 (value up to $52 50),
$3.00 Down, $3 00 a Week.
Get a suit at S4O, bine serges Included
nt this price (value* up to S6O). Pay $3.00
Down. $3.00 a Week.
Get a suit for sls, blue serges, flannels,
etc. (values up to SO3). Pay $4.00 Down
and $1 00 a Week.
Get the best in the land, the finest blue
serges and mixtures (vr.lues up to $75.
Pay $4.00 Down and $4.00 a Week.
WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE
111 South Illinois St.
Entire Fire* and Second Floors. Opes
Saturday >i*ht 1 Util 0 O'clock. Ae
counts With Ont-ot-Town Customers
Gladly Opened.
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1 I*ANN. AND WAIH. IHk
ITOtll ( MADISON AND RAN.
{ FOUNTAIN SQUARE.
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Men Have Been Casting
Many Admiring Glances at
Our Fine Silk Neckwear
—Any woman wishing to give a tasteful gift and one that will be much ap
preciated will find these beautiful ties a happy solution, and she need not
worry, but that they will he welcomed by the lucky recipient.
—This neckwear is a very special purchase, representing an unlimited range
of colors and patterns in rich looking ties. They ave % full and big, just the
kind men like. Very special values. Note our prices—
Neckwear that sold in normal times
at $2 to $2.50, special at
Neckwear that sold in normal times
at $3 to $3.50, special at
$1.65 •
SOUTH AMERICAN
TOURS
\
A wide variety of tours to South
America are offered for 1921, some
including both coasts. For full infor
mation about travel to South America,
call or address
STEAMSHIP DEPARTMENT
MERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK
FRENZEL BROS.
LOCAL AGENTS
Thos. Cook & Son
Doctor, Nurse and Invalid
Holiday Suggestions
Training School Cases Complete Sterilizers
Invalid Wheel Chairs Electric Vibrators
Hypodermic Syringes Gem Ear Phones
Nurses* Leather Bags Bedside Tablets
Metal Office Furniture Thermometers
Leather Instrument Bags Electric Heating Pads
Wm. H. Armstrong
Company
34-36 West Ohio Street. Established 1886.
If You Start Saving On
or Before
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10
your savings will earn full interest from the
FIRST 6, 0f the month.
Any time is a good time to start Saving, but
here is an added inducement that makes it a
particularly wise move NOW.
SI.OO wm Start You
We Pay on Savings
MEYER-KISER BANK
136 East Washington Street.
CLOTHING ON CREDIT
PEOPLE'S CREDIT CLOTHING C 9.
46 N. fkhkkYLVANIA TANARUS, in* FLOOR
tWe*re on* large window de
voted exclusively to the dis
play of Inexpensive Gift!
for Men and Boys.
—All over town and yon’ll not
find a larger or more comprehen
sive selection of Holiday Gifts for
Men and Boys than is to be found
here. Prices? Yon’ll find them
extremely low.
Men’s $4.97 Woolmix
SWEATERS
—S ha w 1 collar £ .
styles—come in tb * J i
gray and navy.
While they last—
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
1 Daniels f
Cor. Wash and Delaware Sts.
Be Good to
Yourself
Get Your Teeth the Expert
Dental Attention Avail
able H ere
Doing this promptly may be
the meant of prolonging your life,
for you know much serious illness
comes from bad teeth.
Anyway, It will make you feel
better and look better. It will
help your tblnkery and Increase
your Joys In life.
Our work is done with the least
possible discomfort to patients. We
can pull your teeth without giv
ing you pain. New teeth to ex
actly match your remaining old
ones. Reasonable charges. Ex
amination Free.
Eiteljorg & Moore
DENTISTS
Corner East Market St. and Circle.
Gronnd Floor. Lady Attendant.
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PENINSULAR STOVES
GURNEY REFRIGERATORS
CHENEY PHONOGRAPHS
For Sale by
HOO3IER OUfFITTING CO.
443-5 E. Wash.
' CLOTHING
ON
CREDIT
Hoyle o arick
and Ami Clothing Cos.
SO3-305-807 W. Washington Bt.
2 Doors West Senate Ave.
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FURNITURE
We Treat You Right
CASH OR PAYMENTS
Little Furniture Store
211 E. Washington St.
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Mending Tissue
Ko sewing Tr darning. Repair* clothing.
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umbrella*, parasols, stockings, etc. Pack
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