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BEVERIDGE IN
STATEMENT OF
HIS
Candidate for United States
Senator Tells Guests He
‘Reasoned the Facts.’
Candidates on the Republican ticket
for Marion County offices were enter-,
tained at an informal reception at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Bev
eridge. 4164 Washington boulevard, last
night. Tonight members of the State
committee will be guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Beveridge at a similar function.
Mr. Beveridge said that he did not
regard the meetings as opening the cam
paign with regard, particularly, to the
outlining of policies.
“I am going to state simply what I
think my party stands for.” Mr. Bever
idge told his guests. Referring to his
experience in the primary, he said that
friends had urged him to ‘‘lay off” cer
tain subject objectionable to large classes
of Toters.
“I reasoned the facts should be pre
sented honestly and fairly and let the
public decide,” he said.
Ciarenee R. Martin, Beveridge's pri
mary campaign manager, was called
upon by William H. Freeman, county
chairman, to act as toastmaster. Among
those who responded were: .Tames M.
Leathers, nominee for Superior Court
Judge, Room 1: Theophilus J. Moll:
Judge James A. Collins; Judge Linn B.
Hay; Mrs. Elizabeth Murray Shepherd
of lowa, representing the speakers’ bu
reau of the Republican national commit
tee; Thomas A. Dailey, nominee for
State Senator from Marion County; Asa
J. Smith, Elizabeth Rainey, Clarence C.
Wysong and Walther Lieber. nominees
for State Representative; Isador Wulf
son and Edward L. Dietz, nominees for
Justice of the peace, Center Township.
William P. Evans, nominee for re-election
as prosecutor; A. D. Shaw, nominee for
justice of the peace, Washington Town
ship; Leonard M. Quill, nominee for
county clerk; Clinton H. Givan. nominee
for judge of the Superior Court Room
8; James C. Douglass, nominee for re
election as county assessor: parry Dunn,
nominee for county auditor; Harry D.
Tutewiler, nominee for re-election for
county, commissioner. Mrs. Ovid Butler
Jameson, Mrs. William C. Bobbs and
Mrs. Beveridge were called upon to make
some remarks.
SAHARA GROTTO
PLANNING BIG
DAYSATURDAY
Vest Pocket Follies and Vaude
ville Show to Wind Up
Gay Frolic.
It looks like a big night Saturday night
for the Sahara Veiled Prophets when they
will wind up a day’s revelry with a
whoop ’em up show at English'* Opera
House, according to Raymond F. Mur
ray. monarch.
The feature of the revels will be a
miniature musical comedy, "The Sahara
Vestporket Follies," and a rip-snorting
vaudeville show thrown in for good meas
ure.
The Follies production was written and
directed by Fred Myers and plenty of zip
is promised. The dances were arranged
by Miss Hester Bailey r.nd Miss Dorothy
Carothers and will intrduoe a bevy of
Indianapolis fairest maids as merry vil
lagers.
The vaudeville portion of the show will
introduce Simmie Henderson and A1
Hoffmeister. Maly, the tricky trickster:
Master Richard Davenport, the boy tenor:
George W. Kadel and several other num
bers . The affair is to be invitational for
prophets and their friends.
Following is the cast and program for
the Follies:
AS THEY APPEAR.
Good Fellowship Vern Booner
Cutie Cura, a cakehound A1 Leane
John B. Corn Earl McKee
White Mule By Himself
Captain Kidd Himself (not a movie)..
Fred Myers
Epb A. Soph ..Fred Myers
The Flapper.... Miss Dorothy Carothers
Baby Iris, the Vestporket Venus
Miss Iris Myers
Miss Hester Bailey Herself
MORE OR LESS MERRY VILLAGERS.
MUSICAL NUMBERS AND SPECIAL
TIES.
Overture.
The Who's Who Revue.. Entire company
Specialty Miss Hester C. Bailey
Skit Captain Kidd and J. B. Corn
I’m the Original Captain Kidd
Fred Myers
I’m the Daughter cf Captain Kidd..
Baby Iris
An Impression of Eddie Cantor. .A1 Leane
Specialty Miss Dorothy Carothers
Ad Libby, the Music Teacher.. .Himself
Finale Entire company
• • •
Dances arranged by Miss Hester C.
Bailey and Miss Dorothy Carothers.
Music arranged by Herman F. Arndt.
Scenery shifted by the deckhands.
Applause by the audience.
Shoe laces by George J. Marott.
Eyebrow pencils and rouge by Hook
Drug Company.
White Mule by Bill Kissell.
DIPS LIFT LEATHER.
Frank S. Hitter, East Wash
ington street, lost his wallet, containing
$77.89, while he rode on an East Wash
ington street ear between Meridian
street and Highland avenue. Pickpock
ets are suspected.
The Best Watches
ON REFINED CREDIT FLAN
Small payment down; then every week.
f When you buy at Ol'B STORE
you are absolutely sure
of getting the beet poe
sible value for your
money. You may know
th re are style* for
ladies and gentlemen
>TBI —engraved and plain
Eq Sr design*. You may
1 jv know the watches are
r7V135 backed by the makers
an( i by u! You may
know a better value
ran not be secured.
Gray, Gribben & Gray
Corner Ohio. Indiana and Illinois.
We Trust Anyone Who Work* *—
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ENDS FOOT MISERY
I Cal-o-ride poaitivdy gives quick relief *
J and lasting results. Il penetrates the •
■ pores and removes the muse. (Plasters i
J in each package for Stubborn Corns) J
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WATSON PROVES
OBSTACLE FOR
VAN FLEET JOB
Indiana Senator Is Looked
Upon as an Enemy of Trade
Commission.
RESOLUTION RECALLED
BY FRANK J. TAYLOR.
WASHINGTON, June 22. —Opposition
to the latest Harding appointee to the
Federal Trade Commission, Judge V. W.
Van Fleet, of Indiana, swelling in the
Senate where the name now awaits con
firmation.
Judge Y'an Fleet's chief booster in the
Senate is proving his greatest handicap.
Senator James T. Watson, of Van
Fleet's own State, is the sponsor tn
question. He is generally considered as
the commission's greatest enemy in Con
gress und, since Van Fleet's nomination
by the President, Watson's record in
so-far as it ran foul of the commission,
is once more up for inspection.
INTRODUCED
RESOLUTION.
it was Senator Watson who, in 1919,
introduced a resolution in the Senate
calling for an Investigation of the com
mission. An amendment asked an of
ficial inquiry into “the procedure it has
adopted • * • its attitude toward the
business of the country * * • and the
value of the commission as a govern
mental agency.”
The Federal Trade Commission was
subsequently given a perfectly clean
bill of health, but it was not until
opportunity was provided for associates
of Senator Watson to say things on the
floor of the Senate, which, had they
been left unchallenged, would have had
damaging effect on tbe commission's
value to the country.
Bitter things were said against the
Federal Trade Commission by the old
guard. Though the insinuations were
later totally disproved, one of the prin
cipal results of the Inquiry was to brand
Watson as its bitter enemy.
SENATOR HARRIS
MAKES REPLY.
Upon a charge by Senator Penrose
late old guard leader in tbe Senate, that
he "had been overwhelmed for several
years with complaints of business men
concerning the Federal Trade Commis
sion,” Senator Harris of Georgia, for
merly a member oof the commission, re
plied heatedly :
“There was a man in San Francisco
selling poles. The Western Electric
Company was a competitor. He did not
know that. They not only destroyed his
business but they actually bought this
business—everything In the world he
had. The Federal Trade Commission
investigated it and the General Electric
Company paid this man $30,000, I be
lieve, and gave him back his property
when the investigation showed what had
been done.
“Men like this will always be denounc
ing the Federal Trade Commission," he
said.
Watson's antagonism to the commis
sion und the fact that Van Fleet has
served as Watson’s campaign booster,
besides being manager of the Harding
campaign forces tn Indiana, are now
working against Van Fleet's confirms- ,
tion.
INSURANCE HEARING DEFERRED. |
The hearing of a petition for a reduc- i
tion of insurance rates on Indianapolis
fireproof buildings asked by Indianapo
lis business men has been postponed
from June 23 to July 10 by Insurance
Commissioner Thomas S. McMurray be
cause of illness of one of tbe attorneys
appearing in the case.
It’s Our Duty —
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To let you know that, if for any reason,
you want to send flowers to someone
in a far-away city or village, we will
take your order right here and, with
but slight additional cost, send those
flowers “by wire.”
Oh yes,
we enjoy doing our duty.
Main 0840 8
240 Macs. Ave.
“Say It With Flowers”
Make Your Summer Pay
Your summer months are valuable. There’s no sense In wasting
this good time. When you’re ready to enter business college, you’re
ready to get down to business. So, If possible, enter this school
now. By starting now, rather than putting it off until fall, you
would be practicing real economy. You would finish your course that
much sooner, consequently begin drawing snlary sooner. The school Is in
session right straight through. No vacations; no Interruptions. This is
the
Indiana Business College
of Indianapolis. The others are at Marlon, Munclo, Lognnsport, Ander
son, Kokomo, Lafnyette, Columbus, Richmond, Vincennes. Crawfordsvllle
knd Peru. Chas. C. Crlng Is President, and Ora E. Kutz, General Manager.
Get in touch with the manager where you prefer to attend, or for Bu iget
of Information and full particulars, see, write or telephone Fred W. Case.
Principal.
| Pennsylvania and Vermont—First Door North Y. W. C. A., Indianapolis.
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A FLOCK OF FORDS and
A GANG OF MFN
m ALWAYS ON JOb
Ifk<# Hayes Bros.
PLUMPING HCATING ANP VfNriLkTlNc
CONTRACTORS,
MAIN 2493 AUTO 17-491
DOG HILL PARAGRAFS
Salem Barlow was aiming to go over
into the Calf Ribs neighborhood yester
day afternoon, but sat down by the road
to watch a terrapin pass and did not get
through in time. He says he always did
wonder where a terrapin had started.
• • •
Fletcher Henstep says just about the
time he got used to carrying an um
brella, it stopped raining.
• • •
Razz Barlow lacks only six more pages
of having his love-letter completed.
Club Women
Pledge Aid to
Vets’ Morale
CHAUTAUQUA, N. Y., June 22—Two
million American clubwomen were
pledged today to boost the morale of
former service men.
Believing many of the complaints of
returned soldiers against unemployment
and inability to secure adequate hospital
treatment are legitimate, the bosrd of
directors of the General Federation of
Women’s Clubs in session here took
steps to relieve conditions.
Mrs. George Plummer of Chicago was
named head of a committee to carry on
in peace time the work among soldiers.
Contracts Awarded
to Improve Streets
Contracts for five street, alley and
sewer Improvements have been awarded
by the board :f public works ns follows:
Permanent improvement of Jefferson
avenue between Tenth street and Now
laud avenue, with asphalt. Marion Coun
ty Construction Company, J 12.805.61 ; per
manent Improvement of Michigan street
between Ritter avenue and Graham street,
with asphalt, Marion County Construction
Company, $11,193.51: permanent improve
ment of Rural street between Southeast
ern avenue and the first alley north of
Newton avenue, with asphalt, Marion
County Construction Company, $18,330 54;
sewer on St. Clair i treet between Sherman
drive and 285 feet west, Columbia Con
struction Companj sfio4.oG; sewer on Co
lumbia avenue b tween Twenty-Eighth
and Thirtieth streets, J. 11. King & Cos.,
$4,123.90.
Resolutions for permanent, improve
ment of Vermont street from La Salle
street to the second alley east and of
Moore avenue from La Salle street to a
point 200 feet east were adopted.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES
LIBRARY FORCE
PROTESTS CUT
IN VACATIONS
Petition Signed by Most of
Employes Is Sent to
School Board.
Objections to the curtailment of vaca
tion periods alloted members of the li
brary force have be?n filed with the
board of school commissioners. The pro
test is signed by nearly the entire library
force.
In the past library employes have been
allowed twenty-one days for their vaca
tions, but last week the period was cut
to fourteen days when Adolph Emhardr
objected to the customary period a few
days before he and other school officials
started on an "inspection trip” to Chi
cago and Lake County.
At the time Commissioner Einhardt as
serted vacations are a gift of the board
and all employes should be satisfied with
what the board sees fit to give them.
The protest states one month vacations
are the general rule in other cities,
teachers already are paid for a longer
vacation period than is allowed li
brarians and the recent action of the
board makes tbe existing difference still
greater.
Charge Farbs With
Assault arid Battery
Charges of assault and battery and
malicious destruction of property against
Nate and Louis Fnrb, sons of Satn
Farli, professional bondsmen, were taken
under advisement by J. A. Mohr, jus
tice of the peace at Broad Ripple, and
will be heard June 28.
It is alleged the Farit brothers were
in a free-for-all fight at Garden Point,
a resort near Broad Ripple, owned by
Theodore Hcrlto. They were arrested
on warrants.
HOT BREAD
Every Afternoon
MOLLY’S BREAD is now delivered
to your grocer every afternoon,
piping hot —right from the ovens.
Get Molly’s Bread from your grocer
in the afternoon and have hot, de
licious, wholesome bread for dinner.
Your Grocer Has It
INDIANAPOLIS BAKING CO.
Bakers also of American Beauty bread and cakes.
Bring the Children in This Week!
The Right Kind of Shoes al the Right Kind of Prices
- rp HE THRIFT Shoe Store is headquarters for children’s
/ X footwear. Here in our big Juvenile Department you
L find every desirable type of shoes for boys and
a £ e f° r tllc younger children and even for the
W infants. Hring the children in this week for their summer
j dress or play shoes. We will save you money. No souvenirs,
” Cl but oh, what values!
Barefoot Sandals > . ——
and Play Oxfords Boys’Tennis Shoes
0 that you love so dear
sll
Attractive Dress Shoes for Boys, Girls and Children
Cool comfortable oxfords and slippers. Made in patent leather, kid. calf and fabrics
blacks, browns and whites. Bnglish models as well as broad toe styles.
Hoys’ sizes at $2. $3 and $4. Girls’ sizes SI *>n to *
Youths' .size, at $1.50, *2 and *2.50. Children’s ' s ifet ?X an^p.
Also, House and Comfojt Slippers for Women
Last week the demand frtr these slippers was so great that we were
completely sold out by Saturday. \\ e sincerely apologize to the hun
dreds of women whom we could not supply. Anew shipment,has iust
arrived. Come and gets yours.
Kid boudoir slippers in brown, blue and pink;
and in
Thrift Shoe Stome
MERCHANTS BANK BUILDING- —DOWNSTAIRS
Washington and Meridian Streets
Tarkington, 90, to
Observe Birthday
John Stevenson Tarkington, 3219
North New Jersey street, will celebrate
his ninetieth birthday anniversary Sat
urday. Mr. Tarkington, a member of the
class of 1852 at De Pauw University and
the oldest living alumnus, is a former
judge of the Marion Circuit Court, an ex
member of the State Legislature and a
Civil War veteran. He has written sev
eral books.
$6,000,000 HARBOR
PROJECT TO BE
INVESTIGATED
Work of Inspection Will Be
Begun at Once, Is
Decision.
The investigation of the feasibility
of the $6,000,000 harbor project at the
Tndiana-lilinois State line between Wolf
Lake and Lake Michigan, will begin im
mediately, it became known today, fol
lowing the organization meeting of the
interstate harbor commission in the of
fice of Governor McCray yesterday. Wal
ter J. Riley of East Chicago was named
chairman of the commission, composed
of two representatives from Indiana
appointed by Governor McCray, two
from Illinois and a representative of
the United States (jovernraent.
The project has the approval of engi
neers of the War Department and calls
for the construction of a breakwater in
Lake Michigan about three and one-half
miles out from the shore and a dredg
ing operation from the breakwater to
the basin of Wolf Lake.
Other members of the commission ar< :
W. L. Sackett, superintendent of water
ways of Illinois; A. it Krskine of South
Bend, C. It, Miller, director of public
works of Illinois, and Col. C. D. Town
send, representing the War Department
I They will meet in Chicago June 28 to
begin an inspection of tho entire project.
REPORTS CAR STOLEN.
Leslie Watson, 1633 Hall Place, re
ported his car stolen from Riverside
Park last night.
Headache
When you have a headache
there is a nerve pressure that
is causing the trouble.
Let me release the pressure
and thereby
Remove the Cause
I have done It for others.
Why not for you?
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CHIROPRACTOR
904 Odd Fellow Bldg.
Hours: 10 to 11:80 A. M.; 1 to 5
and Ito 8 I*. M. Sunday and other
hours by appointment.
Office Tel., Main 6941
Residence Tel., Randolph 7717.
No Charge for Consultation
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Most prominent business
f men And uses for fine
photographs. Slid fine
Dll g photographs of cucL men
ore made by
Ninth Floor. Kahn Building
WETOGRAPH Secut Writing Systu
Invaluable for lovers and for keeping
recipes, addresses, secret memorandum or
other information safe and private. No
stranger can read your postals if you use
the Weto-Graph. Great fun for lovers or
friends. Don't miss it. Send 10c and we
will send the Weto-Graph by mail with
full Instructions. Address PENN PUB
LISHING CO., Blalrsvilie. Pa.
Columbia Phono
Headquarters Main
Indianapolis
Spceietl Offer
Friday and Saturday
This New Model
Columbia
11 NeW U This is al! It costs to pur- J
- If Colombia chase this newest model
6 Grafonoia Grafonola, Our terms are so
moderate that the payments \
amount to only 25c a day.
Just received another ship- rf*pg|
ment of Brand New slls P|~ J
Phonographs.
SPECIAL PRICE 1/1/
44 North Pennsylvania St.
IF YOU CAN NOT CALL SEND COUPON TODAY.
Without any obligation whatsoever on my part,
. end me photographs of your Grafonola at spa
and Lay Me Stard3
Down In I>*ar Jl
Old Dixieland." Until • p
TRUSSES
One of the 29 Different Styles
When you buy a truss here no clerk or self-atyled expert waits
on you, you have the services of a
SPECIALIST TO CARE FOR YOUR NEEDS
LADY FITTER.
We have the largest, most up-to-date and exclusive fitting par
lors In the State.
Trusses, Abdominal Supporters, Elastic Hosiery, Braces
Surgical corsets, arch supports.
Open Saturday Evenings Until 9.
The AKRON TRUSS CO.
. K. SINNIG. MGR.
Opposite K. of P. Bldg. First Block on Maes. Ato.
DON’T WASH AGAIN—
WITHOUT SUNNYSUDS
Come in or telephone for demonstration
on your next week’s washing.
Sunnysuds is the most successful
washer on the market today—hundreds of
local housewives will glady recommend
it to you.
Ask About Our Easy Payments
Modern Appliance Corpn.
34 South Penn. St.
Main 5120.
TICATU To Roaches, Sals, Bed Bugs
LfliLrl 8 II Water Bags and Ants
Rhone MA In 1832 anil onr representative will call and rid you of these
pests at small cost, or ask your dealer for a package of Climax, gold
with a positive guarantee —no charge for first application if made
by us.
Contracts Taken
CLIMAX EXTERMINATOR CO.
323 North Illinois Street, Royal Hotel.
SCREEN
Doors, Screen Windows and Screen
Wire can be obtained at
—VONNEGUTS—
UO-U4 K. Washington It
JUNE 22,1922.
■ Cor. Washington and Delaware
Work Shirts
Blue Cham
bray, do u- AtfK
ble stitch- ■ _ Q
ed. Sizes
14^ 2 to 17. A irs ■ J
While they V VA
last—
HP! SEE OIK WINDOWS
AUTO PAINTING
to keep shop running during dull season
we'll give a reel bargain In
HIGH-GRADE PAINTING.
Onr Customers Recommend Cl.
ZERKLE PAINT CO.
Drexel 44M. 1517 Rally S%

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