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Indiana daily times. [volume] (Indianapolis [Ind.]) 1914-1922, December 15, 1920, Last Home Edition, Image 3

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Judge Says Rearrest of Ab
sentee Will Be Ordered.
(Although fifteen men were arrested in
the raid on a craps game in a llverj
barn at 332 West Maryland street, and
all were charged with gaming and visit
ing a gambling house, only fourteen were
in City Court when tile case was tried
yesterday afternoon.
Some of the fourteen had been arrested
a number of times before, but who was
missing ?
When the court bail!?; called the roll
after the men had been convicted of
gaming and bad been marched into the
turnkey’s office before the fines were
paid, fourteen men answered to their
own names or fake names, but when
"Tom Smith’’ was called one of the
gamblers called out:
“He is not here—yet.”
The "yet” was evidently an after
thought, but the bailiff said it was all
right, for Tom Smith had a SIOO cash
bond up for his appearance, and, of
course, the court would forfeit the bond.
Harry Schofield, white, of “Indiana
avenue.’’ stayed the fines of three of the
gamblers, while twelve fines were paid.
Among these twelve was “Tom Smith,”
who was not in the courtroom and
who was under a SIOO bond.
The bond was not forfeited but a re
> ceipt for the cash was turned Into the
office of the city clerk nd the SIOO was
turned over to the holder of the receipt.
Fifteen dol’.ars of the SIOO wg left with
the clerk to pay the fine of "Tom Smith,”
and some person signed the name of
“Tom Smith” to the clerk's records.
When the attention of Judge Walter
Pritchard was called to what had oc
curred in his court he said that an order
for the rearrest of the missing man
would be isgned, as the judgment was
void when the man had failed to appear
In court.
The turnkey's records show that
Thomas Smith lives at 1518 West New
York street.
The game raided in the livery barn
caus’d considerable comment around po
lice headquarters, as the police captured
$126.50 and two pairs of dice.
When the case was called in City
Court yesterday Deputy Prosecutor
Ralph Spaan said “the boys are all will
ing to plead guilty to gaming, judge,
bur they want some evidence Introduced
so the court can rule in regard to the
money held by the police."
Lieutenant Woollen testified that ali
of the money eaptuged was on the blan
ket on which the men were shooting
craps except about $9, which he saw a
negro grab and put in bis pocket.
However, William Hynea, one of the
confessed gamblers, testified that the po
lice had taken S9O of the money from
his vest pocket, and the court ordered the ;
police to give him the S9O and the re- j
maiuder of the cash was turned over to
the police pension fund by order of the
The records of the city clerk's office
show that Scofield stayed the flrtes of
Lee Faslev. 313 Fast Ohio street; James
Taylor. 1152 North West street, and Ralph
Thompson. 402 Harlan aveaue.
Efforts to find a record of the address
of Scofield failed, and when the employes ;
of the city clerk's office were asked If the
city was not eat'tled to have the ad- .
dress of persons who stay fines for gam- '
biers recorded, Deputy City Clerk Rhode- ;
hamei said: "No one needs to know.” i
The firtaen men tonly fourteen being in J
court at the time of the trial), were each 1
fined $5 and costs on the charge of gam- j
mine, but the visiting a gambling house
charges were dismissed by the court.
rOU'MbcS. Ind.. Dec. 15 —Mrs. Hattie i
Ervin. 35, attempted suicide flt her home !
hero Tuesday, by swallowing poison. Her
condition is critic:. 1. but physicians be
lieve she will recover. Despondency over
the commitment of her 13-year-old
daughter to an orphan’s home at Oary, '
is said to be the motive for her action. j
' Fun for the Whole Family
A limited quantity of these famous Carrom
Combination Game Boards go on sale tomor
i row at a sensationally reduced price.
Hundreds of different games can be played on
I Seventy-one pieces of equipment go with each
Get vo.urs early tomorrow without fail.
Crokinole Side
j |
Sunny Monday Folding Doll
Wash Sets Painting Sets Perfectly lovely folding Gocarts
° f dolly 8 clothe * T Bt •****■***& fcr doll / at a r y cord pr f ce tomor .
b. washed every now and then, Contains twelve water colors, row. Have black enameled
so a cute little laundry set Is al- two pans, brush and pictures for j frames and black imitation
ways in demand with little girls, painting. An Instructive toy that leather hoods and bodies.
A most complete set from soap appeals to all. Special Thurs- Thursday only—
to wringer. Special Thursday— j day—
80c 10c 08c
Bring the Kiddies to See the Largest Santa Claus in the World.
QdtMFmg C&.
I 133-135 W. Washington St. (J
Singing Wins Job
“You know Boobins, the tenor who
,l,g to Si;,, Skatcfcs that e„r j
morning he would bring her violets?”
“Yes; did he?”
“That’s what he did. and they got
married; and now they’re living in tbs
country where every morning he has to
bring her two buckets of water and help
wipe the dishes!”
Has Mother Right to
Lick Married Child?
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 15.—Mrs. Lillian
Rebstock Monday in Circuit Court sued
her mother. Mrs. Bertha Mentn, for $250.
charging that the latter had delivered
what the mother called a ‘Ticking.” but
what the daughter characterises as an
assault. She asserted her mother beat
across the arms and knees with a shoe.
In a counter suit for SSOO the mother
charges the daughter brought on the as
sault by calling bep vile names. The
case was takefi under advisement.
Too happy for words!
How a Keen Kutter Tool Set will please ycur boy, too!
Nothing can please him more—nothing combines so [
big a measure of both practical use and enjoyment.
A Keen Kutter Tool Cabinet is a real help for the boy —makes him
handy with tools —encourages him his spare hours to cood §
advantage —inspires in him an appreciation of conscientious quality. \
Every Keen Kutter tool bears that mark of the master maker —the Keen [
Kutter Trade-Mark —every Keen Kutter tooLis cuarar.teed perfect. “
You will find that you can get Keen Kutter Tool Sets at surprisingly
moderate prices.
Legion to Ask Free
Record of D[scharges
The Indiana department of the Amerl-,
can Legion will have a bill ready to pre
sent to the Legislature when It meets in
January, permitting all ex-service men
to have their honorable discharge papers
recorded by county recorders without
charge. If the service men record the
discharges they then will have no diffi
culty in obtaining the benefit of such
war relief as may be given by the Con
gress, although their discharge papers
become lost
This Is one of a group of bills the
Legion will foster at the coming session.
Contract Awarded
for Soldiers' Home
Special to The Times.
MARION, Ind., Dee. 15—The Dants-
Hunt Company of Payton, Ohio, with a
bid of $310,000, has been awarded the
contract for additional Improvements to
be made in buildings at the Marlon
branch of the National Military Home
in converting the institution into a na
tional sanatarimn for shell-shocked
veterans of the Wurlrt War.
The company to remodel
the operating 'w ing of the hospital and ,
one barracks within 120 working days.
The nurses quarters at the sanatarium,
which is to be enlarged to accommodate
eighty-seven persons, Is to be Improved
at a cost of $132,000.
$3.00 Flannelette
Women’s heavy flannelette Ki
monos, in pretty floral patterns.
Neatly trimmed. AQ
Sizes 36 to 44 O
TN THESE sales are thousands of dollars worth of NEW goods, just recently bought,
at the very lowest present market prices. And we’re able to sell them to our
customers at way below former figures—getting a small profit for ourselves, yet sav
ing our customers great sums of money. Read this advertisement carefully, then
come and get YOUR share of the savings.
A Record One-Day
Dress Sale
That should make this the Dress Store
of Indianapolis TOMORROW for
every woman who wants a $35,
S4O or SSO Dress for
1 .
You will appreciate dress values like
these at SIBJS after you have shopped
around town and seen the kind of dresses
that are usually offered at this price.
Men’s Xmas
Hosiery £sX_
—Reinforced toes and -.—A Sx
heels, in cordovan, black, =d uSL* .< - A /
tan, grev, white and navy. |{M J
WOOL HOSE— In green
and brown heather, grey
and black. */ f Ct
Special m Jrv NC-- - "
Men’s Xmas Handkerchiefs
in a box. Extra fine quality.
Special per box A. if
KERCHIEFS—Large ful l size. Cp ff
Special . 2ieJ’ l, C
Hals lor
Gilts / 3 X
green, gold, brown,V. _
(an, black and
£&. ..$5.00 0%-^
$3.50 MEN’S CAPS // Ti
-In tweeds, flan- /J)
nels, serges and V**’" V/// X
classy cashmeres. \ // V?
SST sl.#s
Pants Corduroy
$7.60 MEN’S ALL- COStS
PANTS —In green and 1 9 0 5 ?.,J1f EN ® „^,V D TyB
browns; also cash- R ,^^[ D -r COR ® UROY
meres that will match p G A ®~ l 1 / 1 av y
your coat and vest. blanket lined, all sizes.
Spe- aa Specially priced for
There are only
275 of these dress
es, because that’s
all the manufac
turer had to close
out at the price,
OF THE 275 is a
BARG 2V I X at
Fine beaded trico
tines, velours, sat
ins, crepe and e
chines, beaded
Georgettes, velvet
eens and serges; at
least 25 different
styles to choose
from in women’s,
misses’ and
juniors' sizes.
Practical Xmas Gilts
Women’s Slippers
|UD! Juliette,i
$lO Wool Serge
4 Girl*’ wool serge
dresses, in middy
styffs or regular
waist line model.
The middy style
dresses are made
with plaits, yoke
and belt and trim
med with braid.
Age 6 to 14 vears,
5 5
Baby’s Christmas
$2.98 Bathrobes
Infants’ blanket bath robes, in
dark or light colors. Braid
trimmed. Sizes up to o*l E?t\
6 years
$1.50 Infants’ Velvet or
Dresses Silk Caps
Infants’ pretty white Infants' whito silk
dresses ; neatly or velvet caps; in all
trimmed In long or colors; pret
dresses 98c I trimmed .... 98c
XMAS SWEATER SALE for Women and Children
Because of the magnitude of this sweater purchase the assortments are as complete as the
first days of this sale—therefore tomorrow brings another saving opportunity in sweaters.
>i^ v < Women’s all-wool sweaters, in the slip-over and button front styles; in the
JT f’v ripple tail or regular style slip-overs. Qfh
ji V\ n, auy colors ami styles to select from s3*jsd*9e.?
'IwK $ 5 - 98 w ° ol Sweaters SS.CO Boys’ Sweaters
r i r B G,rl8 ’ WOGI fancy weave sweaters; In Boys’ fine wool sweaters, in red brown
-V very Bnapp >' B, yles; in all OA AO navy and green Made with M &
ffl/ffl In iKr COlorS ‘ Slzes 28 t 0 34 VMwO large Bhawl collar; all sizes.. J>2.ss
O™ / j If $7.98 Angora Sets
V-tHu j j (iff/ Children’s angora knit sets, consisting of sweaters, leggings, gloves c% m
11 iihii "" and cap ‘ In heather color only. Sizes 24 to 28 A
Sale of Boys* _
$8.50 and SIO.OO Qualities
Marked Down to i tV
55.95 nm
Boys’ all-wool kersey and fancy . J)' l
overcoating. In dark and plain ILm'm.
shades new models, lined with ri *1 /////'Mia
fancy worsted and Italian, sizes
Boys’ Wool\ lllfilffl Jriitix
Boys’ Woolf Values, JrSKV*
Overcoats \ Reduced to if jf ]e\
’w-"\'8.75 Uff
Mackinaws ] wsg/
Size* 8 to 17. /
Values up to $lB
Handsomely trimmed with
large cape collars and fur col
lars. Sizes 2 to 14 years.
Thursday v
Seal Plush Coats, Fur Trimmed Collars,
Cuffs and Bottons
Tomorrow is
Coat Day
And it will be a long remembered coat
day for every woman who comes to this
store tomorrow and BUYS one of these
positively SSO COATS that we are going
,to sell at/
Not a handful, but
hundreds and hun
dreds of coats.
More coats than
have been shown
in any one store in
Indian apolis at
this one price,
Long and short
models. Samples
of S2O Coats.
Sizes 16 to 44.
Underskirts Will
$5.00 Silk Jersey
We just received a large
shipment of Silk Jersey Un- >4/1
dersklrts, in fancy two-tcne jC / A
efTects, in all colors, in- //'// /]
$1.98 Sateen Under-wp/#]
skirts Mi jf J
Fine Sateen Underskirts, fn Si* fi *
fancy floral effect*; also in i S 3
$5.00 Silk Under
Fine Taffeta Petticoats, In many colors,
Made La fang? as A qa

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