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JUNE 21, 1922.
THORNTON IN APPEAL AFTER VOTERECOUNT Judge of Superior Court Carries Election Contest to Another Decision. Viliam W. Thornton, incumbent on bench tn Superior Court Room 1, appealed to the Marlon County Circuit Court from the decision of June 5, whereby the county commissioners ,-tsrt declared James M. Leathers the duly constituted Republican nominee for the Judgeship of Room 1. His appeal bond of SI,OOO was signed by Jesse C. Moore. Judge Thornton was defeated for nom ination, the first count showed, by 33 votes. This total was increased by the recount asked by Judge Thornton. In the suit filed contesting the nomination, the Judge alleged fraud in the primary election and illegal casting out and marking of ballots. Dr. Biskop’s Talk By PR. B. H. BISHOP. Ii 1 P there is a baby in your home, keep constant vigil against files. Any fiy may carry the germs of infantile paralysis. True, the cases in which files have been proved to be carriers of the disease are few. Still, no risks should be run. Generally infs mile . rectly from the sick to the well person, yet it may be trans mitted by a third, who has been in con tact with a victim. The early symptoms, as a rule, are fever, weakness, fretfulness or irritability and vomiting. Later there is pain in the back, neck, arms or legs, accompa nied by great weakness. Often paralysis does not result; these are known as abortive cases. They, however, are as infections as the others. If paralysis is to occur It usually appears from the second to the fifth day. The germ or tiny virus of the dis ease is present in the discharges from the nose, throat and bowels of patients. It may also be present in the noses and throats of healthy children in the same family. Thus it is necessary to keep the children from a family in which there is a case of infantile paralysis away from otoher children. All cases of infantile paralysis must be reported to the local department of health, which then placards the house. During an infantile paralysis epidemic It is well to observe certain rules. The house or apartment ihould be kept absolutely clean. Windows should be screened against flies. Garbage stould not be allowed to ac cumulate; Its receptacle 6hould be kept tightly covered. All forms of vermin, bed bugs, roaches and body-lice, should be killed. Bodily cleanliness Is especially impor tant. Does *230 Interest You? That’s the Amount You Save During This FIRESALE This Brand New Player-Piano Bench and $lO Worth of Rolls Included Permanent satisfaction accounts for the great popularity of these Schaff Bros. Player Pianos. Schaff Bros, have made Pianos for over 60 years. Workmanship, tone quality and action place this famous instrument far in advance of or dinary players. We consider this Instrument a good buy at the regular price, but when a brand new’ Schaff Bros, player, guaranteed free from damage, is offered at a $230 saving, it means a real bar gain. $ 395 Regular Price $625 Phonographs V 2 Price One large group of phonographs—standard makes, new and used, cabinet and table mode Ls—can be had at one-half their original price while they last. Also big reductions on Victor, Edison, Aeolian Vocalion and Cheney makes. Somethimg New—Something Different Every Day Every Instrument Thoroughly Guaranteed — Sold On Easy Terms Pearson Piano Cos. Temporary Location—342-358 Massachusetts Ave. Open Evenings Pick a Cool Place for Baby to Nap in BY MRS. MAX WEST, Late of the Enited States Children’s Bureau. Next to the problem of feeding, the question of how to mako the baby com fortable while he sleeps is the most puz zling of all hot weather problems In the daily care of the baby. The coolest place in the house should be found for the day-time naps. This will usually be somewhere on the first floor, rather than in an upstairs bedroom. Quite often in the worst weather a pallet on the floor of the living-room will af •ford more comfort than any bed, but this selection of the best place for the baby to sleep is one of those matters in which the judgment of the mother must be ex ercised. The baby should be completely un dressed when he takes his nap. Avery thin cotton gown, open at the neck and short-sleeved, is perhaps the best gar ment to wear, at least for the older baby. A tiny baby can usually ... made com fortable in crib or carriage, and if he naps in his carriage it can easily bo moved about in search of the coolest spot. Sleeping rooms are so hot in the early part of the night that it may be best to keep the baby out doors in the evening until the rooms have cooled somewhat, or put him to sleep In the porch, if here he can he protected from mosquitoes. The main thing is to see that in the course of the twenty-four hours the baby has the necessary number of hours of sleep, even if the usual schedule has to be somewhat disturbed. A bath in tepid water Just before going to bed will help cool the skin and make the baby fall asleep more readily. No soap should be used, and the flesh should be patted gently to dry It, not rubbed. A little powder may be sifted into the groin and under the arms and into the folds of the skin around the neck, but too much powder only makes the irritation worse. Look Like 30 Cents , Says Rauby but Not About Gas Prices Grant unto Indianapolis supremacy In another national competition. The city has the prettiest filling sta tions in the country. Edward B. Raub. president of the city plan commission, said so at the regular meeting of the commission during a discussion of the “gas depot" problem. Mr. Fnub and other commissioners re cently went East to a city planning con ference. Among other things they no ticed lining stations. "I used to think those in Boston were the prettiest, but they look like 30 cents compared with ours," said Mr. Raub. Daisy Douglas Barr Resigns Pastorate NEWCASTLE, Ind., June 21.—Mrs. Daisy Douglas Barr, well known ia State Republican circles, has resigned as pas tor of the Friends Church here, effective Sept. 1. She will make a tour abroad in July, and later expects to return to Eu- .YOUR BABY IN HOT WEATHER , If the baby wakens because he is hot 1 and uncomfortable, a fresh nightgown and a drink of water will usually be all that is needed to send him quietly to sleep again. Out door sleeping porches ore a boon to the mother of a young family. rope for the winter, visiting, also, the Holy Land and Egypt. It is announced that membership in the church increased from 250 to more than 600 during Mrs. Barr's ministry. How Many Women Peel Their Faces at Home Any woman nowadays may quickly ‘ rejuvenate her complexion at home by n safe and painless peeling process. The days of expensive and dangerous "opera j tions" are past and each woman can be 1 her own beauty doctor It has been dis-: covered that ordinary mercollzed wax, ap plied like cold cream at night, will cause the thiu veil of lifeless, sallow or blotchy cuticle to gently flake off in invisilbe, flour-like particles, revealing the fresh, vigorous and beautiful young skin under neath. The wax peels off only the un healthy and unsightly outer film. The process defies detection and un veils a clear, white, lovely complexion which is, of course, a perfectly nutural one. For this purpose many thousands ~f women are now using mercolized wax. which may be obtained at any drug store. Naturally’ the process also removes all ■such surface blemishes as freckles, blotches pimples, tan. liver spots, etc. It ; makes the face look years younger.—Ad- 1 vertisement Open Evenings INDIANA DAILY TIMES I Screened and protected, they will afford ■ the baby the opportunity for sound re freshing sleep, even In the hottest weath | er, tor at least some portion of the day | and night. (Monday: The baby’s bath.) DOWNSTAIRS AX Women’s Fashionable Pumps and Oxfords at $2.95 Smart, up-to-the-minute styles, in the best of lasts-made of suitable ma terials, including odd lots and broken lines, as well as some which have slight imperfections. Sizes 2Mi to bin the lot. White Duck Sports Two-Tone Sports Flapper Pumps of p Oxfords Patent Leather T Junior Louis heeL mahogany brown apron, rub- . . , , ber sole, military rubber-tipped White Duck Fiapper heei. Black and Brown Kid Pum P Patent Oxfords Comfort Slippers, A strap pump, with buckle, Plain toe, fancy scroll tip, a-. tj • low covered wooden heeL Cuban or military heeL Xrair. Printed Batiste and Dimity 19 c ™ Yard wide; patterns suited for dresses, waists, children’s wear; dots, small checks, figures, eto. Still More Apron Dresses In Our Great - *"J *"J F est Sale at . . § / L. S. AYRES & CO.—DOWNSTAIRS STORE COMELY CHILD IS TAKEN FROM GYPSY TRAIN Mary Boyd, 13, Returned to Her Father, Not Mistreated, She Declares. LOGANSrORT, Ind., Juno 2L—Mary Boyd, 13, a comely child, was returned to her father, Alfred Boyd of Tipton, after having been taken from a band of gypsies here. The girl said she had left home June 6 and joined the gypsies, in order, she said, to reach the home of her mother In Gas City. Her parents are estranged. ”1 am homesick and tired,” she said, “and want to go home." She insisted that she had been humanely treated by the gypsies, who have been trading horses through this section of the State, and against whom the authorities placed no charge. The presence of the girl, apparently an alien in the gypsy band, attracted the attention of Sheriff Mummert, at Delphi, whose inquiries resulted in the father coming here for her. Boyd said he had been searching for bis daughter and had asked police help. CIVIC LEAGUE RESOLUTION TO BAN DANCING A resolution was passed objecting to public dancing in public parks and an indorsing an anti-dancing ordinance, at the meeting of the Garfield Civic League, held at the home of Mr*. D. A. Davis, 2245 North Meridian street, Tuesday aft ernoon. Mrs. Martin Relffel, president of the organization apolnted a committee to go before the president of the city council, C. O. Breud, and explain that the league Army Blankets $4-00 Ea. Ask any ex-service man about the army blanket—he’ll tell you they were fine, but he couldn’t get enough of them. And that’s what civilians will tell you, too. The Army blanket is very warm for its weight. It is easily rolled up, folded, packed. It doesn’t show dirt easily. It wears well—is close woven. These points make it the ideal blanket for outing use, for summer homes. It was designed for almost entirely outdoor use. The blankets are first-class, never used, have just come from an Army quartermaster’s depot. You had better buy half a dozen and keep them for emergencies. Who Can Use These Blankets? Canoists—Motor Campers Hikers Boy Scouts—Summer Cottagers, Where Else Can They Be Used? As Couch Covers for Emergencies— when company stays all night. Let children play on them on the grass. Men’s Half Hose 25c Pr. “Monito” Brand Mercerised lisle hose, high-spliced heel, dou ble sole; reinforced toe and heels; sizes 9% to 11%; black, cordovan, white, palm beach, gray, navy; strictly firsts. is not opposed to folk dancing by school children, but to public xlancing unchap eroned. The committee includes Mrs. Emma Flick, Mrs. Charles Werbe, Mrs. D. A. Davis, Mrs. J. W. Jacobs, and Mrs. F. Flake. The league also passed a resolution in dorsing the idea of Mayor Shank that all policewomen should wear uniforms and badges. Numermis complalnes have been received by the league from citizens that policewomen are loafing, especially at the wome’i police headquarters, it is said. The investigating committee reported it found many of the policewomen were flirting with men on the street Thief Runs as Owner Interrupts Activity A light flashed out in the kitchen of Orville Gray, 1439 East Washington street, as he came home last night. A light in the dining-room was burning. The burglar ran as the householder en tered. Nothing missing. GIRLS! LEMONS WHITEN SKIN AND BLEACH FRECKLES Squeeze the Juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, which any drug store will supply for a few cents, snake well, and you have a quarter pint of harmless and delight ful iemon bleach. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, arm* and bauds each day, then shortly note the beauty and whiteness of your skin. Famous stage beautiea use this lemon lotion to bleach and bring that soft, clear, rosy-white complexion, also as a freckle, sunburn, and tan bleach because it doesn’t irritate.—Advertisement. LtSAxßgs&Cft Knitted Bathing Suits Take Best to Swimming And the Ayres Bathing suit department is perfectly pre pared to fulfill your needs to your utmost satisfaction. Suits, knitted, of course, that are both attractive and serv iceable, and come in both plain and fancy effects. The range of prices on bathing suits is from §4.95 to §12.50. Bathing shoes and slippers, §1.95 and §2.95. Bathing bags in black, red, Kelly green and blue, from §I.OO to §3.93. Bathing beUs and garters, 50<*. Bathing floats, §1.25. —Ayres—Bathing suit dept., third floor. The Mens Shop Suggests The SLEEP COAT For Summer Nights It is knee length, buttons all the way; is flaring in the skirt and just loose enough at the shoulders. It is made of light weight, silky mercerized cotton, with colored piping down the front scam and at the pocket; with double fiber frogs as well, in colors. Price is $4.00. —Ayres—Men’s shop, street floor. There*s a Quaint Colorful Distinction to Meakin’s “Indian Tree” Chinaware From England comes this enticing open stock china ware, so lovely in quality, so effective in decoration, so harmonious in its combination of gay colors. The pieces pictured above give but a hint of its charm. Cups and saucers, $1.00; plates, to $1.10; other pieces proportionately reasonable. Three Distinguished Patterns in the Famous Wedgewood Open Stock Chinaware You will find it a delightful problem to choose from among these three artistic achievements in chinaware de sign—so beautiful is each in its own unusual way. To the left 1s shown the “Cheadle”; to the right Iff the “Directolre.” In either iff Vu of these patterns, cups j|| 111 £j[ Ijj and saucers are priced at M v J||f \\ Jjj §2.00, plates at from MPi §I.OO to §2.00; other —_ pieces proportionately. The “Edme, ** an all-white, moulded ridge pattern Wedgewood is somewhat lower in price. Cups and saucers, §1.25; plates, Ss£ to §1.25; other pieces in proportion. All Four Patterns the Products of Skilled English Craftsmanship —Ayres—Chinaware, sixth floor. Boys! Vacation’s Here’ — Now Let’s Go Camping Wearing the Proper Sort of Campsy Shirts and Blouses Shirts and blouses made just for the free and easy wear a boy demands at camp are available in Ayres’ section for boys. Sturdily tailored, with collar attached, and reinforced where necessary. In khaki and gray flannel. Blouses, Shirts, $1.15 to $1.50 $2.00 to $4.00 The Popular “Polo'’ Caps, 25c and 50c These may be had in just about any color combination that a boy would want, including the schoo colors of the local schools. Knitted or felt. —Ayres—Boys’ furnishings, street floor. 7