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Open Saturday Evenings
Main Office 6 to 8:00 P. M.
Branches Until 8 P.M.
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£itauiga eno Crust Company
BOOTLEGGER IS
INJURED IN RAID
Battle Is Staged by Dry
Agents With Booze
Sympathizers.
BALTIMORE. Md., May 27.—P00r
marksmanship alone prevented a possible
heavy casualty toll when prohibition
agents and police on one 6lde and boot
leggers and a crowd of 1,500 sympathiz
ers of the latter exchanged a score of
shots in a congested district during a
raid here today.
As it was, oue bootlegger was shot
through the fa< - e and Is in a serious con
dition today. A large quantity of illicit
liquor was seized. Four men were ar- 1
rested earlier, during a raid on a store,
by the same prohibition agents.
SOUTHERN CLUB
PLANS MEMORIAL
Confederate Monument to Be
Scene of Exercises.
The Southern Club of Indianapolis, an
rganlzation composed of Southerners
who live in Indianapolis, will hold serv
ices at the Confederate monument, at old
Green Lawn cemetery. Kentucky avenue
and White river, at 4:30 o'clock Sunday
afternoon.
This club some time ago projected the
plan of removing the Confederate monu
ment to Garfield r*>rk. The consent of
the Government was obtained, and also
the permission of the park board of In
dianapolis. The matter Is now In the
hands of Congress, awaiting passage of
a bill creating a fund to do this work.
This matter has been In charge of C. 3.
Prentiss and Eugene Fisher, former
president of the club, and David Pralgg,
the present president, and Frank B. Flan
tier.
The following program will be given:
Invocation Eugene Fisher
•Song—“America”..Southern Club Chorus
Solo—Mrs. R. C. Harbison.
Poem—" The Silent Comrades”
Frank B. planner
Song— 'Battle Hymn of the Republic"
Southern Club Chorus
Address Judge Edgar A. Brown
Song—“ Tenting On the Old Camp
Ground” Southern Club Chorus
Placing flowers on the monument.
20,000 Peonies for Memorial Day
Order by Mail or Phone
ffltxleMMmtCi'
MA in 0840
“Say It With Flowers ”
WE JOIN the rest of Indianapolis
in welcoming the erection of the
new Indianapolis Athletic Club.
Having on its Roster the names of
Indiana's most successful business,
professional and literary men it will
stand out preeminently as one of the
greatest clubs in America. We are
happy in the fact that it is to . be lo
cated so near our own Main Building
and we welcome it as a neighbor.
INDIANA BELL
TELEPHONE CO.
LARGE CLASS OF
PEDAGOGUESTO
GET DIPLOMAS
Indianapolis Teachers’ College
Will Hold Commencement
June 7.
ADDRESS BY COULTER
Commencement exercises of the Teach
ers' College of Indianapolis will be held
at the Roberts Park M. E. Church at 10
o’clock a. ui. June 7. Following the ex
ercises the annua! alumnae meting and
luncheon will be held at the Claypool
Hotel. The address to the graduating
class will be made by Dr. Stanley Coul
ter. dean of Purdue University.
The list of graduates is as follows:
BACHELOR OF PEDAGOGY DEGREE.
Ethel Lucille Bryan, Idaville: Mary O.
Ruffing. Hamilton, Ohio: Goldie Snyder
Warren. Veedersburg; Ruth S. Wllmore,
Saratoga.
THREE-YEAR COl KSE.
Effie Braxton. Andersor. : Geraldine
Troops. Dana; Laura Tucker. Indian-I
a polls.
GRADED SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.
Georgia Johnson Barnhart, Indianapo
lis ; Helen Gould Boyd. Lyons: Bessie
Carmichael. Columbus; Helen Wluifred
Daly, Fortville; Mary Alice Davis, Col
umbus; Lola Esther Edwards, Indianapo
lis; Mary P. Falcone. Greenfield; Floedna
Finley, Indianapolis; Mary Elizabeth
Fultz. Salem; Cleo Ida Gross. Dillsboro;
Leone Hurst, Clay City; Louise Jessup.
West Newton; Marguerite Jones. Red key :
Ruth Marie Jones. Forest; Opal Alberta
Kel'er. Crawfordsville: Grace Ellzabe; h
King. Marion; Esther Lillian Ivnop. In
dianapolis; Lucille LaMout. Huntington;
Kinuia Zerelda l.eerkainp, Indianapolis:
Jlary Marie Markland. Kokomo; Fannie
E. Maxara. Francisco: Opal Cox Mead,
Hagerstown; Martha Ann Metsker, In
dianapolis; Mary Eliza Moffett, Spencer;
Martha Louise Montgomery. OwensvC’e;
Mary Musselman, Macy ; Lucille Christa!
Overturf, Holton; Dimple Esther OTer
turf, Holton: Bertha Payne. Middletown;
Freda Mae Schneider, Richmond: Leota
Stott. Richmond; Marie Beulah Swartz, I
Fortville; Hattie Thayer. Hope; Virginia
Kathleen Tyner. Kokomo; Letty Marjory
Valentine. Bickneli; Hazel Vtnnedge, Con
verse; Mary C. Wegener. Westphalia;
Hester L. Whitaker. Gosport: Mabel 1
Williams, Richmond; Fava Yates, Oak
town.
HOME ECONOMICS.
I.aVonne June Brooks. Greenfield: I.ois
Clark, fit well; Selma E. Denny. Kpnt
land; Ruth Dove. Indianapolis: Nina
IToleman. Rochester: Bernice Honey.
West Pol pl : Fa.' Kisiler. South Bend;
Mary Louise May. Columbus: Louise
Metzger, Indianapolis; Geneva B. Mof
fett, Clay City; Nettle Pauline Root, Mil
roy.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
Lois Ann Williamson, Indianapolis.
DOG HILL PARAGRAFS
Poke Eazley complains that his wife
has contracted the bad habit of nudging
him in church every time the preacher
says anything right harsh about him.
• • •
A woman rode with the Mail Carrier
to the Calf Ribs neighborhood this week.
He says she talked all the way there,
the only time she stopped being when
she asked him who lived at different
houses along the road.
• • •
The mule driven by Tam Sims got
frightened at Its shadow this morning
and ran away. Yam accompanied It part
of the way.
DOMESTIC ART.
Helen Blair. Indianapolis; Lorraine
Kinkle, Warren.
IWDLIC SCHOOL ART.
Lydia Sellers, Spieeland.
KINDERGARTEN AND PRIMARY.
Mao Allen, Greeneastle; Marjorie H.
Alsop, Vincennes; Savdr Baber New
Koss; Laura Virginia Baker. Anderson;
Beatrice Bateman, Vincennes; Virginia
E. Baird, La I’orte; Hilda R. Jenham,
Salem; Lois Bishop, Tipton; Mary
Frances ILaker, Anderson; Edma Blose,
Arcanum, Ohio; Laura Catherine Boldt,
V.'aynestown; Esther L. Chambers, In
dianapolis; Gladys Crawford, Dana;
Hazel Adele Crunibo, Indianapolis; Helen
E. Inmnree, Madison; Grace Carolyn
Fields, Rochester; Irene Fifer, Indianapo
lis; Gertrude K. Francis, Mlamisburg.
Ohio; Eli-ltu R. Gy sic, Columbus; Helen
\. Hayes. Indianapolis; Julia Hamlet,
Ft. Wayne; Helen K. Hilton. Logan
sport; Mary Muriel Hobson. Zlonsvllle;
Frances E. Holder. Newburg; Hester
Marie Hollett. Brownsburg; Nellie K.
Hollingsworth, Fouler; Ruth Jenkins.
Indianapolis; Esther A. Jobanning.
Batesville; Henrietta K,ai:n, Indianapolis;
Marie Kainz, Indianapolis: Murlie Mae
Moran. Canton. 11l ; Edith Naticv Maiotr,
Bedford; 8.-ulah C. McCamphell. Rick
INDIANA DAILY TIMES,
ville; Marguerite McKowa, Greenfield;
Betty Miller, Gaston; Mildred J. Neel,
Holton; Mary Oman, Bluffton; Lucile H.
Redding, Camden; Elizabeth Resoner,
Swazee; Clara Adelaide Itoblson, Greens
burg; Ruth Russell, Terre Haute; Irene
L. Seeders, Palestine, Ills.; Edna O.
Schroeder, Gary; Dorothy Spencer,
Ossian; Elizabeth Hunt Stites, Westville;
Frances Marie Stout, Upland; Sophia A.
Strublnger, IteJr y, Ills.; Mary E. Swad
ner, Ruth Templeton, Kirk-
Ua; Alice May Veasey, Jeffersonville.
World War Delegate
Appointed by Gov.
Benjamin H. Harrel. 537 East Eleventh
street, was designated by Governor Mc-
Cray to represent Indiana at the second
annunl convention of Disabled Veterans
of the World War at San Francisco,
June 20 to 20.
In the "Living Hall of Fame.” Harrel. a
sergeant in the A. E. F., was decorated by
General Pershing for the capture single
handed of thirty-one Germans.
m Something New and Fascinating
1 1 for Excitement, Fun and
|' Amusement
I KANGAROO
p 1 American
JUMPING STICK
Will Be Given Away By the
Jufiiatm Hail? aitnes
To any boy, girl, man or woman in the City of Indianapolis
or any place in the State of Indiana where the publication
is delivered.
KANGAROOING
GET THE HABIT
Phone or write the Indiana Daily Times, Circulation De
partment, and let us explain how easy it is to get one of
these sticks, or call in person at our main office, 25-29
South Meridian Street, Indianapolis.
Description of the Jumping Stick
Handle of shank is made of strong seasoned maple. To this is bolted the
spring shafts, also the pedals or foot rests made of weathered steel and iron.
The spring center is of lln-inch tempered steel encircled with it large coil IJ
inch spring, from which the jumper gets his leap. The spring center has a
large rubber knob on the bottom, which takes away the jar front the leap.
These t'unmakers are made.for safety, strength and exercise and is fun for
the old as well as the young. Try it and see for yourself.
Get O r e of These Jumping Sticks at the
Expense of the Indiana Daily Times
Bring Or Mail to the Circulation Dept.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES.
25-29 South Meridian Street.
I would like to secure a Kangaroo .Jumping
Stick. Please send me the necessary in
formation to the addressed below :
Name
Address
R R
City
State
LOCAL MAN IS
BANKERS’ HEAD
Roy Sahm Elected to Chair in
Group 4 of State Associa
tion.
Roy Sahm, secretary of the State Sav
ings and Trust Company, is .the newly
elected chairman of Group 4 of the In
diana Bankers’ Association.
Other officers elected are Secretary, W.
J. DeVoI, president of the Firßt National
Bank, Lebanon; member of nominating
committee of the State convention. John
Pulliam, president of the Citizens’ State
Bank, Indianapolis; executive committee,
E. F. Cahen. president of the Fortville
State Bank; J. Edward Morris, president
of the Washington Bank and Trust Com
pany, Indianapolis; W. E. Dunn, presi
dent of the Citizens’ State Bank, N'obles-
vllle, Ind.; Gustave A. Mueller, vice prea
ident of the Fletcher American National
Bank. .Indianapolis, and Clyde Robinson,h
cashier of the Marlon County State Bank.
The convention of 1923 will be held in
Lebanon, it has been decided.
Take the Keeiey Treatment
for Whisky, Morphine, Neurasthenia
or Tobacco using. Write the
Keeiey Institute
DANVILLE, INDIANA.
AUTO PAINTING
ZERKLE PAINT CO.
SO Years Painters.
We own our plant; guarantee work and
•ave you 30%. Ask us.
THERE'S A REASON.
DRexel 4455 until 9 p. m. also Sun.
1317 Kelly Street.
There are today in Indian
¥ A spoils hundreds of photo-
I graphic portraits whose
WtwN possession gives Joy to the
yWrjr owners. Naturally, tbey
JyCAR are the work of
Ninth Floor, Kahn Building
WETOGRAPH Secret Writing System
Invaluable for lovers ana for keeping
recipes, addresses, secret memorandum or
otner information safe and private. No
stranger can reaa your postals If you use
the Weto Graph. Great fun for lovers or
friends. Don’t miss It. Sent 10c and we
will send the Weto Graph by rnrfil with
full Instructions. Address FENN PUB
LISHING CO . Blairsrille. Pa.
TO LIGHTEN The BURDEN Os SPRING HOUSECLEANING USE
KNOXALL SOAP
For 26 Years the Housewife’s Favorite Soap for Cleaning Wood
work, Hardwood Floors, Furniture, Carpets, Draperies and Hard
Finished Wallpaper.
BETTER THAN EVER
For Sale by all First-Class Grocers, Druggists and Hardware Stores.
MANUFACTURED BY
The Hoosier Manufacturing Company :: Indianapolis, Ind.
BROAD RIPPLE PARK
and
SWIMMING BEACH
will be formally opened to the public Sunday, May 28th. Musical
program afternoon and evening. Boating, Swimming, Fishing,
Dancing. Good Restaurants. All kinds of amusement devices for
young and old.
UNION TRACTION COMPANY OF INDIANA
Is Your House Wired for Electricity?
Why Not Wire It on the Payment Plan?
Estimates cheerfully given. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Hatfield Electric Company
MAIn 0123. 102 South Meridian Street
SPECIAL TRAINS
BETWEEN
UNION STATION AND SPEEDWAY
Via |fflglDnrlftmfe[|| TUESDAY >
III gjg. -M—Jimj MAY 30th
( ommenHnf 7 a, m.. and continiionaly until crowd* have been handled to and
from the race*. Special employee train leaves Union station 4:30 a. m.
J. IV. GARDNER. IM\lslon ra**enffer Agent, 112 Monument Circle,
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS
Saturday, May 27
St. Louis. Mo $7.50 Round Trip
Toledo. Ohio $6.00 Round Trip
Detroit, Mich SB.OO Round Trip
Tickets good leaving Toledo and Detroit, Monday, May 29th,
and from St. Louis on Tuesday, May 30th.
Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern Traction Cos.
Round Trip GO TO Round Trip
30c SPEEDWAY 3 0c
x la
Terre Haute, Indianapolis
& Eastern Traction Cos.
Trains leave Traction Terminal Station every minute commencing at
5:00 a. m., Tuesday. May 30th.
35c Round Trip AVIATION DAY 35c Round Trip
Ma 7 29th
Travel \ ia
Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern Traction Cos.
Flying Field near Cumberland Ind. T. H., 1.. & E. Trac. Cos. Cars
run directly to Flying Field.
Witness the arrival of the first Indianapolis U. S. Mail Ship.
SHIRLEY BROS. CO., Inc.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Main office, Wtf N. Illinois St. With four branches.
* Arm equipped to car# for every detail. Conscientious service.-Honest prices.
I tiones: Circle, IMS. Alts, 11-ISS.
Orange Label Te a
The choice of particular
people—since 1836.
You can readily appreciate {
that such a zestful flavor and
mellow aroma ia the result of LdTVNft V. So
three-quarters of a century of
experience in the skilful
blending of choice teas.
Abo $M h
lfk.V4tt.end riZZn
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DISTRIBUTOR, SCHNULL AND COMPANY
MAY 27,1922.
STORE OPEN
TONIGHT Z
UNTIL
10:00 O’CLOCK
Men’s and Boys’ Suits, Furnish
ings and Hats.
Mantels'
Cor. Washington and Delaware

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