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SPORTS AND ATHLETICS
STUTZ TRIO PROVES
AMERICAN FAVORITE
INDIANAPOLIS. May 25. Through
its great work in the elimination trials
for the Indianapolis 500-mile race Sat-,
the Stutz team ranks as American
favorites for that contest, with De
Palma and porporato as its opponents
at the wheel of foreign cars.
Wilcox, Cooper and Anderson the
Stutz drivers, "lapped the course with
averages of 98.9, 96.8 and 96.4 miles
an hour, respectively. Wilcox's mark
was the best of the present season,
1:31 flat, but slightly behind Boillofs
sensational time of 1:30.13 last last
yf ar. '
What makes the Stutz outfit look
all the better is that it is a. three-car
team. Precedent shows that an in
dividual car entry is at a great dis
advantage against numerically strong
er competition. The individual en
tranttrant can take no chances, while
the other crowd can.
Following the elimination trials, the
remainder of the week will be de
voted to practice, with a final meeting
of contestant Thursday night. On Fri
day the track will be closed for its
annual scrubbing. The race will start
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
Caught Off Bases
of State League
Rushville is all set for the New Cas
tle game next Sunday.
Tommy Twitter believes about the
biggest obstacle in the way of Rush
ville next Sunday will be New Cas
tle. If Hewitt continues to pitch the
game he shows himself capable of
Sunday, he has won a permanent
berth at Rushville.
New Castle will run a special to
Rushville.
Drive New Cars in SweepstaKes Race
, TWT V .ft ' ii Art a B
WHALEK
When Charles Keene and Neil Whalen roll to the tape in this year'u
Indianapolis 500-mile race they will be at the wheel of cars different from
any other on the track. Mounting Knipht motors, these machines, called
F. R. P., are the dark horses of the contest, with no one able to figure ex
actly what they will do. In any event, with Keene and Whalen at the wheel,
it is certain they will be forced to the limit, as both these drivers have their
reputations yet to make, and, accordingly will drive their hardest.
Hasselbaek will hold down a bench
job at Rushville until his arm im
proves. Lenniger, former Richmond
player, will be seen at shortstop
against New Castle.
Gossip Gleaned
Where Fans of
S. A. L. Gather
Ed Sandman, regular first baseman
for the Rushers, is out of the game
for some time on account of Injuries.
.lack England's umpiring pleased
'.he Rushville fans.
The Natcos will hold a meeting at
the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday evening.
I Mr. Puckett requests that the follow
ing players be present: O. Quigley,
j T. Kuhlenbeck, J. Yedding, Seth Ding
I ley, Al Mayer, Leo Stein, Arthur Au
i bin, J. Holmes, William iNiehbuhr,
Clyde Axlexander, Arthur Connor, H.
Hasecoster and Everett Haas.
TALKS TO GRADUATES
CENTERVILLE, Ind., May 25.-
Rev. Mr. Roy Wollen delivered the
baccalaureate sermon for a class of
nine of the Spiceland high school in
Spiceland Sunday evening.
Rev. Mr. Wollen was the former pas
tor of the local Friends church and
spent a few hours calling on his many
friends in Centerville. He has spent
the past year in the McCormick uni
versity in Chicago and as pastor of
the First Friends church in George
town, III.
DANNER DAMAGE SUIT
GOMES BEFORE COURT
Ten of the original twelve seated
for the jury in the suit of Iva Dan-i
ner of Cambridge City against the T.
II. I. and E. Traction company quali
fied in circuit court today, but five
men were required before seat No. 1
was filled. The jury consists of Ed
ward Beeson, Frank Gilmore, James
Martin. Nelson R. Weaver, William
Bartel, Sr., Harry Critchfield, Benja
min Tuomas, Edward Dietemeyer,
Carl Bertsch, Wallace E. Seymour,
and Willis C. Rich.
The demand against the traction
company is $10,000, the plaintiff de
claring she was permanently injured
when a traction car which overran the
regular stopping place in Cambridge
City, backed up and knocked her to
the ground.
Three asbestos mines have been
opened in China.
W. R. G. DELEGATION
BACKS MRS. WILSON
Unanimous endorsement was given
the candidacy of Mrs. Nettie Wilson
for junior vice president of the Indi
ana W. R. C. by members of the local
chapter. Delegates to the state con
vention at Marion this week will be
active in their support of Mrs. Wilson.
This statement of the society's ac
tion was made today by Mrs. Mary
Christopher. chaplain.
Mrs. Christopher said support of
Mrs. Kate Scott's candidacy for de
partment president would not be un
animous, that only ten members of the
corps supported her race.
The following statement and en
dorsement of Mrs. Wilson's candidacy
was made today by Mrs. Minnie Hall,
president, and Mrs. Lissie M. Arnold,
secretary:
"Mrs. Nettie Wilson, the only fully
endorsed candidate for office from the
W. R. C. of Richmond, will leave for
Marion, Ind., Wednesday morning to
attend the annual convention held in
that city. m She will be accompanied
by fifteen to twenty representative
women of the corps who will loyally
support Mrs. Edna Pauley of Indian
apolis for department president, and
Mrs. Nettie Wilson for junior vice
president of the department."
TAUBE LOST IN SEA
HARWICH, May 25. An aeroplane
of the T tube type was lost in the
North s. yesterday. A lieutenant
and mechanic, forming the crew, were
saved by a British destroyer and
brought into port today.
The cai?.ain of.the Swedish steamer
Gotemorg. which arrived today, re
ported ttjit the German submarine
which sank the Minerva Saturday af
terward irried to torpedo his boat
SENIORS TO JOIN
AMBULANCE CORPS
Earl Fowler and Howard Carey, sen
iors at ::arlham. are planning to join
an ambulance relief corps in Belgium
this sufffther. They will form part of I
a group .of students fro mthe Friends'
schools of the country, two persons j
represeirting each college. The party
expects to leave for Belgium about i
July 1. ; ;
The Hair Beauty !
That Belongs to You !
So many who have Ions known that
hair beauty was certain to follow upon
systematic hair care have been loath
to commence what they mistakenly
think too much trouble. Proper hair
care means only keeping the scalp
and hair perfectly clean by use of
some preparation made for shampoo
ing, not for general cleasing- You can
enjoy the best that is known for about
three cents a shampoo by getting a
package of Canthrox from your drug
gist. Dissolve a teaspoonful in a cup
of hot water and your shampoo is
ready. After its use the hair dries
rapidly with uniform color. Dandruff,
excess oil and dirt are dissolved and
entirely disappear. Your hair will be
so fluffy that it will look much heav
ier than it is. Its luster and softness
will also delight you. while the stimu
lated scalp gains the health which in
sures hair growth. Adv.
NEIGHBORS CONVENE.
hps
Maple Leaf comp, No. 2594, Royal
Neighbors of America, will hold the
regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wed
nesday evening in the Red Men's hall
on Main street. All members are
urged to attend. j
15-17 NORTH 9 ST
THE STORE AHEAD
OM PRiCE TOALL-CASiOft CPEDfT
. Suits and Overcoats
NEVER I022 $1255 I52
Lf;SS GOOD BETTER THE BEST
NEVER
MORE
DONT PAY MORE.
THE LATEST
A Gathering of Good Things There Is But Little To Say Our Merchandise and Prices Do
Sufficient Taking Themselves.
Bob Dietrich needs not attempt to
play with any team in the .1.. S, L,.
Rushville holds his contract, but Bob
:ailed to report for the game Sunday.
New Casfle is asking larger crowds
'.o support the team.
The Vigrans have signed Jimmy
Teague for the outfield. Westcott
Haines .has been . released to the re
serve list of the league.
It is rumored that Claude Knight
will soon be on the Xatco team.
Get busy, and buy your tickets for i
Saturday's games. I
That change of pace which Reiss
used Sunday" held Connersville to
three runs.
Connersville scored at the expense
rf two hurlPis, neither of whom was
able to get the range.
To the Vigrans: Your case will be
given the utmost consideration when j
the proper time comes for selecting ;
the team. The president says so. j
RAINS ON FIVE DAYS
One clear and one partly clear day
were recorded by the co-operative
weather observer last week, who re
ports rain on five of the last seven
days amounting to .82 inches. The
maximum temperature for the week
was 79 degrees on Friday with a min
imum of 35 degrees on Tuesday night.
The report follows:
Max. Min.
Sunday 75 50
Monday 51 37
Tuesday 59 35
Wednesday 58 44
Thursday 70 47
Friday 79 55
Saturday 67 51
ATTEND CONVENTION.
Additional members of the W. R. C.
who will attend the state meeting at
Marion, beginning tomorrow morning,
are Mrs. Minnie Webb, Mrs. Ella My
ers, Mrs. Angie McDivitt, Mrs. Kate
Scott, Mrs. Mary F. White and Mrs.
Addie Warfel.
GET ANOTHER CHANCE
.1. J. Somerville. head of the boys'
department of the Y. M. C. A., said
today that those boys who took part
In the swimming contests held recent
ly in the pool in the association build
ing, wil be given another opportunity
to swim on this coming Saturday af
ternoon. The winners on Saturday
will be given the privilege of buying a
swimming award.
LAME BACK.
Lame hack is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
f.o suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Chamber
lain's Liniment two or three times a
day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere,
adv.
Missouri is to have a colony of 2,000
F-eleiums.
RE-BUILDING STABLE.
The large tyick and concrete barn j
being constructed at the Eastern Indi-!
ana Hospital for the Insane at. East-.
haven, is nearing completion. This is !
a duplicate of the one recently de-!
stroyed by fire, in which employes of l
the asylum narrowly escaped death, i
IOld Mother Earth's j
Constipation Remedy
, . .
Old Mother Earth herself pro
vided every single ingredient, from,
the may-apple root to the sugar
coating, that goes into Sentanel
Laxative Tablets.
Sentanels contain no mercury
(calomel); they're easy workers,
but they do their work well. 10
doses for a dime. At your drug
gist's. A physician's trial pack
age (containing 4 doses) will be
mailed you if you write, mention
ing this advertisement. The Sen
tanel Remedies Co., 804 Madison
St., Covington, Ky.
. OFFER GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY
Coin Dot Batiste, black, light blue, pink,
lavender, 12'2c.
40 in. Seed Voile, large figured, pink, blue
and lavender, 39c.
40-inch Fine Organdy; new pattern, pink,
light blue and lavender, 35c.
40-inch Awning Stripe Voile, blue and white
and black and white, 25c.
Silk Tissue Ginghams at 25c
New Patterns Chiffon Crepe at 18c
40-inch White Voile, special 20c & 25c
40-inch Seed Cloth, extra value 35c
40-inch Rice Cloth, special at 35c
36-inch Rice Cloth, Special at 25c
OFFER GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY
40-inch Shadow Voile, all new, at 35c
Palm Beach Suiting, white and palm beach
colors at 23c
40-inch Plain White Organdy 25c & 35c
27-inch Lace Cloth, extra value, at 25c
35c INSTEAD OF 90c
A Year's Subscription to The Woman's
Magazine 75c
New Ideas in Fashion . . . . , 15c
New Idea Seam-Allowance Pattern (Free)
Total 90c
Offer Good for This Week Only.
You Will Always Find the Newest Merchandise at
THE ISJEW BETTER VALUE STORE.
918 MAIN STREET.
PHONE 2063
i I -r-r An
L x 1 snot cut sno?
tyles '
For S
pecia
pecial Occasions
The season of Social Events, Graduations, June Weddings and many Other Socie
ty Functions Demands Something Out of the Ordinary in Your Footwear.
We want you to see our line of
PUMPS, SLIPPERS, COLONIALS AND OTHER STYLES OF LOW SHOES IN
PATENT, DULL AND BRIGHT KID, SATIN, CANVAS, BLACK AND WHITE
COMBINATION, IN THE VERY NEWEST PATTERNS AT
$2.00 to $4.00
NEFF & NUSBAUM
HZ
Eggemeyer s Specials
401 and 403-MAIN STREET GROCERY STORES--1017 and 1019
SPECIAL MENTION
SULZER'S BRAN BREAD
CANNED SHAD ROE
IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE
COLD ROAST PORK
CATAWBA GRAPE JUICE
ROUQUEFORT CHEESE
WELSH RAREBIT CHEESE
GENUINE GLUTEN FLOUR
RIPE OLIVES IN BULK
BEST PEA BERRY COFFEE
FEATUR E SPECIAL
Granulated Sugar
Best Cane Quality?, All in Cloth Bags.
25 Pound Cloth Bjs S1.59
5 Pound Cloth Bags 35c
312 Pound Cloth Bags ...25c
2 Pound Cloth Ba.'js .15c
Sugar in: Cloth Bags
Always Sanitary ;and Free from Slivers
and Dust.
SPECIAL MENTION
MILWAUKEE FRANKFURTERS
CANNED BLUEBERRIES
COOKED LUNCH TONGUE
COLD ROAST BEEF (Sliced)
NIPPY FOIL CHEESE
HEAD LETTUCE (Fancy)
BU-LAC-TIC CHEESE
PURE WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
PUNCH FRUIT SYRUP (Bottles)
SALAD SPICED VINEGAR
DRIED BEEF
Highest Quality
Machine Sliced
35c Pound.
LOWNEY'S COCOA
25c (V2 lb.) Cans
Always Popular
19c Can.
TALCUM POWDER
Corylopsis
Best Quality
3 Cans, 25c
PIMENTOES
Genuine Spanish
25c Large Cans
15c a Can
Home Cauliflower String Beans Young Home Beets Fresh Spinach.
Fresh Home Asparagus Eating Apples Raisin Bread Milk Bread
MILD PIG HAMS CRISCO SUGARED DATES
10 Lb. Average Weight The Cooking Help Choice Quality
Trimmed and Skinned 25c Regular Cans In the Bulk
17c per Pound. 21c per Can 15c per Pound.
Special Fruit Sugar Toasterettes Fancy Tuna Fish
Izuma Crab Meat Minced Clams Melba Sauce Pan Yan Sauce
ROYAL Baking Powder
You Know Its Merit
25c (i2 lb.) Cans
19c per Can.
Fresh Dromedary Dates-
Quart Sweet Onions
Quart Sweet Chow Chow
Quart Sweet Sliced Pickles
Quart Sweet Mixed Pickles
25c per Jar.
IVORY SOAP
Years a Standard
Very Special
10 Bars 39c
Two Days Only
r?
PREPARED MUSTARD
Extra Quart Jars
Ready for the Table
10c Full Quart
Extra Value
PRUNES
18c Quality
Large 30-40 Size
2 Pounds, 25c
Guaranteed Californias
10
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY ONLY
Extra fresh caught LAKE WHITE FISH, a direct shipenent to us, especially selected and cleanly dressed, from
1 Pound to 2J2 Pounds in Size.
Phone Tomorrow and Let Us Reserve One for You
Received and Delivered on Friday Morning Early
John M. Eggemeyer & Sons
GROCERS
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