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THE IXDIAXAPOLIS NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 102L SOCIETY AND CLUBS; OF INTEREST TO ' WOMEN PERSONAL ' and SOCIAL Mri. JtmH P. Goodrich h re turned from a trip to Alaska. - Mies laurette Grantti has cob. to Tipton to visit-miss uruo peace. . . ' Mis Rlesslna RiMinann baa re turned from a two weeks', visit In Louisville. r. . Uiit Gertrude nVbmldt will en tertain Katurday afternoon with tea table or image. i UIM Marr 8- Hoeh, of AUen- tovrn, .,' l the guesi ox sews Helen SchappelL. e "The K. ft. II. Club will meet Thursday afternoon at Z o'clock at EUenberger park- Mmm wtntrr.A fiutea has motored to Lake Wawasee to spend several week wiib irimii e ; e e - . The On-Ka-Ota Club will meet Thursday afternoon at tbo noma Of Mr a J'aul van -jreeee. e -. Mrs. Unim Renfrew. uwii n.ifrte and Alio Itenfrew are pending the week at Lake Winona. - . Vr. Clyde I,yons will entertain Friday with a luneheoa in nonor or Mrs. tU SV Randereon, of oaianema Ut. - - . . ifr ffudaon. Rurr and children, of Jltooralncton. 111., are visiting Mrs. Itu it's parents, Mr, ana Mr, imin McOJbeny, . Mrs o. I. Coeler and Mrs. i. w. Watt have returned from an east- rn trio-to New Torx. auiiaoeipoie and Atlantic City,, e . Ttr. Gilbert Harris. Mi a. . Cora Lambert And Mr. and Mra. Glp Mot. lav have returned from a week-end motor trio to Nashville and Browne county. . i . . Mr. Marie! Tevi and Mle Fran- re Viraiaia uearuorn ieve r- -turned from a visit with friend near Roanak. va, ana at natural Kprine;, V. Wr. and Mra. Herbert 8. Wood have fone to Oqulnqult. Me., where they win met tr mfir wtn Harold M. Wood, who I II v In a; In llsddcnf leid, N. J. e The ' monthly meeting of the WnmiA'i t'lub of the Athenarum wnl be held Friday afternoon at the Athnanm for hridire ana eve. Mr. Albert Mannoeid win be in noaiese. . . - - e e e .,. i . Mr. and Mr. John W. Ifoltgman and dnuerhter Violet and Mra. Wli item II. uoiemsn win leave inr day for Atlantic City. They will be ininea tnero by Mr. jsmes itoneris. wno. nil seen numni an (iiinufu stay at mat resort. . . e e e Vlu Kilhtr PUmlnr entertained lo'lsy with an attractive luncheon- hrtdee. Mra Aaron Ward roses, with yU, r nut cup and yellow tapers vere used a the luncheon dorora-linns. The guests Included Mrs. Wil lard K. Hart, Miss Helen Ooodnow ana Miss Rertha, Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. W. t. Lona- and Mra A. II. Dewey will leave Saturday for a western trip. Mra. Lone will lva a eerlea of readme; for a cnautau ii ua at Moulder. Colo., and for the rnmmerclal Club at Denver. They ill visit In Kates park' and Colo rado Springs before -returning noma . e . e e Miss Gertrude Kaiser enteHalned this afternoon with a theater party, followed bv tea in honor of Mias Grace Kllsaheth Lashhrook. a bride The guests in- Charles GMeyer, Miss Bertha Kessler Are Married at Sacred Heart Church Mis Itos The A quiet weddir.; was solemnized at 10 o'clock today when Miss lertha Kessler, daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Christ Kessler. and Charles G. Meyer, of Pittsburgh, were married at the Sacred Heart church, the Rev. Joseph Zapgi, of Loochau Breg-enz. Tyrol, Austria, an uncle of the bride, officiating'. Before the ceremony a beautiful program of bridal airs was played by Francis Burger. During the ceremony he played "O Promise Me." Little Joseph Rathz sang "Ave Maria' and the mass songs. At tbo strains of the Lhencrtn Wedding March" tbe bridesmaid la rainbow shade entered dowa the center, aisle. .They wore horsehair braid picture hats, with lng draped eashee. falling across their left shoulders to the hem of their frocka Mia Mary Kelly wore an orchid georgette gown trimmed In cream lace; Miss Florence lilrclns wore coral georgette trimmed la ;old lace. and. Mias Margaret Sig-ried areen aeoraette trimmed In white ailk lace. MIsa Frieda Dongua. aa maid of honor, wore a pretty blue georgette frock over peach aatin. trimmed In peach ostrich and pearls. The bridesmaids and maid of honor carried colonial booqveta In tbe pastel shade. The -maid of honor's bou quet was faateaed to a long white ean arapeo in. the peach and blue color. - Little Esther Hablg. a flower girt wore an orchid crepe dres. with ay horsehair braid hat to match. ho carried a basket of roees and sweet peas. .The bride was lovely In a white flat crepe gown, beaded In crystal r Los Angeles Guests onored at Luncheon and pearls. Her gown waa fashioned in straight lines, with scallops at tbe hem. Her veil was arrange in cone shape with pearls and orange blossom trimmings. She carried a ehower bouquet of white roses, ral-ley lillee. eweet peaa and pink lllls Raymond Keesler. brother of the bride, waa tbe best man and Frank Hober and John Raths were the usher. Following the ceremony a bridal dinner waa aerved at the home of the bride's pa rent a Covers for thlr-tr-ftve were laid at two large tables with the decorations estendlng from a large white rose wedding bell hung between the tabids. A large wedding cake formed the centerpiece of tbe bridal table, and a large flat bouquet formed the centeripece of the other table. The places were marked with miniature brtdee and cupida The stairway waa draped wtth amllaa, rosea and lilies. Mr. and Mra Meyer have gone for a motor trip In the east. They will be at borne In Indianapolis after August It. Among the out-of-town guests were Mra William Meyer. Miss Delia Meyer and Mr. and Mra. Herbert Meyer and daughter Jean, of Pittsburgh, Mra. Harry Rosenbrough entertained at luncheon today in honor of Mrs. James Hayes and daughter Jean Rorine, of Los Angeles. Garden flowers were attractively used in the decorating, with the ices and candies in pink and white. The favors were miniature hat boxes. The guests included Mrs. William Hayes. Jr., and daughter Jean. Mrs. Douglas Hsyes and daughter Agnes Joan, Mrs. William Hayes, Mrs. Eugene Hayes, Mrs. Joe Pollard, Mra. Mada Potter, Mra. Kenneth Vance, Jr.. Mrs. Robert Ramsay. Mrs. Ben Cris-well, Mrs. Barry Barn hart, Mrs. William Shimp, Mrs. William Wallace and Mrs. La Verne Wallace, -s. Hayes and her daughter will leave Friday to return to Los Angeles. J Mrs. John Darmody Party Honor Guest Mra. 'Donald Test entertained at luncheon tdday at the Highland Gotf and Country Club following swimming party. Summer flowers In Dresden shades were used In arranging the tables. The places were marked with tally standards In Ik rural design. Among the guests were Mr. John Darmody, the honor goeet. who la a reent bride: Mm. William Cooley. of Plttabursh: Mra Donald McCleliano. ot rette. and Mrs. H. Elsworth Neal, f Orlando. Fta. Kappa Actives Will Have Matinee Tea The active chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority will entertain Friday afternoon from S to 'clock with a matinee tea at the home of Miss Katherine Kauts. A feature of the afternoon program will be a natlnee performance of a stunt show, la the miniature theater at the Kauts home. Following the performance refreshments will be aerved In tbe garden. The re freshment committee Includee Miss Mildred Sfockdale. Mies Dorothy Reynolds. MIsa I'aullneMJall weg and Mlaa irma uinch. Wedding a Surprise .Coming aa a surprise to Indiana-polls friends Is the announcement made by Mr. and Mra George M. Smith, Jr.. of the marriage of their daughter, .Helen Coaett Smith, to Emerson Hastings Thompson, which took . place Monday, at Winchester. Ky. The Rev. V. Q. Foote, officiated: Mr. and Mra. Thompson are at home with the bride's parents, 171 Washington boulevard. Mr. Thompson attended Wabash and Dartmouth college. Mra. Thompson Is a graduate of Tudor Hall and Oakeemere School for Glrla. Indianapolis and Vicinity elect of this month rluded. MIsa Kstelle iTeston. Thelma Whitney, Miss Mary ton and Miss Mildred Frey. favors were pink carnations. e e e S.f nt Mra W tl Smith and !. of Albany, Ala., who have been the auesta of Mra. Julia a. lwis on -their way to Walloon lake, left .Tuesday for the lake. Mra. Lewi w'll leave Saturday for Snrlngf'eid lit I. wl.lt il.ii.kla. VI rm llln .,. ,W 11.(1 f.WK . B H. Keys, for two week a. She will go to I'etoskey. Mich., for a visit, re turning horns by motor. ; 0 e e Mrs. It. R. 'Rurnett entertained Tuesday afternoon wtth a charm- rnsiy appointed tuncneon in nonor of her house guests. Mrs. John D. ulp and her children, of Chicago. i luncheon tame, wntcn waa jam the porch, was arranged with Ir marigolds. Covers were laid for Mra. Georae Itutler. Mra. It. P. Hughes and daughter, Mlaa Helen, of Columbus. Mrs. W. U Griffith and Miss Anna Rldlen. Among the parties to be given for Mra Culp win be a luncheon Thursday by Mrs. William R I'atten. a party KrMay by- Mr. Kenneth It Badger, and a party Monday evening by Mra. Wil liam Johnaon. and later in the week Mra Merle Sldener will entertain. Mra Culp wilt be the week-end guest of Mra W. W. Mendenhall, who will entertain Tuesday wtth aa Informal reception for her, e e e lira Rdward Nordhott entertained Tuesday evening wlttva mlscellane ou shower in nonor ot miss nose geler, who marriage to Harry Hater will take place August 14. The house waa decorated In pink and white baaketa of rlnk rosea The favors were miniature butter- files, on pink rosebud sterna kittle Virginia Hafer, niece of . the bride groom, presented tna girt to ine hrlde.alect In a decorated wagon The gueata Included Mr. Charles Hafer. Mra August Fegeler, MIsa Marl Hafer, Mlaa Sophie Nordholt. Miss r.elma and miss Miiured Tan man. Mlaa Viola Wennlng. Mlaa Kd na Hietnan, Mlaa Carrie Ottingt Mtsa Irene Rtckabaugh. Mias iuee uu-In MIsa Loulae Hrehob. Miaa Anna Sudkamp. Mra. Resale QreenwaM. Mra August Rleman, MIsa Amelia Mordholt, MIsa Hulda Nordholt, Mia Alma Maahmeyer and Mrs narry Wallmaiu i BANDITS GET $20,000 TJe Force to Osea Bask Vaalt at Highland. IIU - Br the raited rveesl HIGHLANDS. IIU Jr Twenty thousand dollars was obtained by alx "bandits who robbed the First N tlsnal Rank hero. Tueaday afternoon. They looted the cashier' a cage and the vault and escaped In a motor ca t the direction ot St. Louis, twenty- five miles weat. Twenty shots fired by bank officials apparently had no effect. Three bandit entered the building, .'forcing Karl Mallam. assistant cash ler.. and two women employes to He down on the floor. The other three bandits waited outside In the automobile. At the threat of "blowing his bead off Mallam opened the vault, which two of the baadita rifled. SOCIAL SIDE OF CHURCHES The Ladies Aid Society of the First Moravian Episcopal - church win entertain with a lawn fete Thursday evening on the church lawn.. The Ladles' Aid Society of the rieasaat Run Christian church will have a lawn social Saturday, evening at 7i7 Prospect street. Mra Frank Smith has charge ot the arrangements. , -.s Will TIalt la Eaat. ' Miss Louise Humston will leave Friday tor Philadelphia to spend two : weeks with Mlaa Dorothy Daugherty. of this city, who"' has beea attending the summer seaaioa at the University of Pennsylvania, liefore returning home. MIsa Humston and Mis Daugherty will visit In Atlantic Clty.i Washington and New York. grief etee of the Dey. Camn Me. 3. P. O. of 1. will give ccrd party Wednrwlay evening at tbe hall st tlSVfc forth Mertdlaa straet. Mrs. Oeorre WlUrmeter will entertain st etM-bre Tbursdsy and Friday afternoon at Mara Rill for the benefit ol St. Ann's Cstho'l rhurch. A csr will leave Indians- polls at t o'clock. The Sunday sdiool of the Tahrrnact rreortrlan church will hold an M-lah- toned basket pirate Saturday afternoon at Turner para. Byram avenue end rtitj- street. PLAYS AND PJLAYERS AI"" lt SaTxrflnVs greatest story cF love and iodYraturo i hy RAFAEL SADATINI .Ox Alpha Chi Thetas in Theater Party Treek brtver atabbedt One IUM. t Edward tpann. oolorvd, ge thirty-otrht, 545 Darnell street, la in a errteua condition at the City Hospital wkh knife wouaos la the abrtoaaen Infitctea by Al Willi a me r4ord. bOO Orn lm. la a fish I at Virginia avenue ant flawre street Tuee day noon. Spenn and Willis ma were pinyeo aa iruoa on vers at ine wr our storm- house. Spana told Serreant h-e hen ano a police emerevnry sausd tnat wu-ha:na attsoked htm betmue be would not permit him to work In his truck. William said Siaenn attariied. him with a trrr-w rtrtver, polt sell. Williams waa arrneteu on e ttnary oi aaeeuu ana paiwcy wiia in tent to am. (iailty of Vetraaejr. Benny Flasier. are. twenty-three, 649 Union street, who last Saturdag created a ripple of excitement in city 4tourt when be said Patrolmen Prank Olbbtia had bought baseball pool tirkete la the poolroom at S& Kentucky avenue, waa found guilty Tuesday afternoon of verrsafy and rtmm sua and costs tr Jttdre Delbert O. Wllmetb. It waa brought out that Flag-ht has not worked for the last tn weeks. When be made the - remark about Patrol man Gvbbhn. Judge wilmeth told, him to preaeat sum a eft area to Hermaa r klkhotf. chief ot po.lce, and Flagler said be would, bbt he baa not done so. A 10 Fine fee knit. Kd Wright 3550 Kenwood e venue, fnre. man Ot a street rwurlecinr gsng. wee touM guilty on a chares of aaeauU end battery by Judge De beet O. Wibneth in city court Tuesday afternoon and was fixed SlOO and coats. Wright, it wee brnua ht out tn the teetisaony. stepped on to the running board ot a ear driven 4r Peter Slub, 1341 Tabor street, and asked him whether he had even the police sums to stay eR tbe street- while the repairing waa going on. Staub waa alleged to hare replied profanely, and Wrifht atruck Mm cn the side of the bead with a pick handle. Boy Hart la CeiUai. William Bourhton, age twe-e. 637 Kat Ohio etreet. waa bruised about the shoulder and irgs in a fall into the etreet from hia bt-yok following a rolilaton with aa nut mobile driven by Leene C. Hashbarrer, ana 43rt .North Uighl nine tn front of avenue. Tueaday eve- leus Mar low avenue. HaAbrger was arrested on a charge ot as- sult and battery. rtne and Jail Terse. Kayeaond Hotfbauer. E. k. J. Bos 338. was fetfnd guilty ef a charge of operating a hi nd tirer br Jedge Delbert O. Wihneth tn eity court Tueeday afternoon and was fined Sioo and coeta and sentenced to thirty day in laiL Hoffbaaer waa arrest ed by Lieutenant Johnaon and squad on tbe night of July 14. Girl ercUM Hit' by Ante, Chriatit.e Archer, age thirteen. 343. Eaat TVnlh etreet. while riding a bryce la W a tat net on streets Vlato arrttin Tueeday was rtrnrk by aa autoenvbtle fin Ten Dantrl W. Peck. 9he was threwa to th naTement . ard auilered skin baru sad broii The Indianapolis Thetaa. of Alpha Chi. entertained today with a lunch-eon at the gplnk-Arm hotel, followed by a theater party at the Murat theater In honor of out-of-town member and guests. The party Included Miss Katherine Roothby, Mlaa Hilda Smith. Miss Ruth Rahla. Miss Mary Frances Hradshaw. Mlaa Mildred Rartlett. Mlaa Kathrvn Hmljh. Mlaa Ellen Goldthwalte. Mlaa Helen Patrick. Mies Retty .Math. Miaa Natalie Raker, Miss Porothy Rarrett. Mlaa Dorothy McConnelt, Miss Eunice Domer and Mlaa Kalh-erlne Lucaa. n SUGAR REPORT DELAY? La Follette Aaka V. 9. TaHff Cone-aalaalo fee Explanation. By the Associated Preael WASII1NOTOS. July JO Asserting that he had "reaeon to believe" that representatives of sugar Interests were delaying a report by the United statea tariff commlaaton on nn investigation Into coats of sugar production, senator Robert M. La Follette (nep., Wis.) Tuesday called on the commlaaton for an explanation. ."It la well known that representatives of the sugar Interests have been very busy la Washington.' Senator La Follette said, "actively using every Influence and device to delay the completion of the Invee ligation. It la obvious that If the report la held back until the end of tbe augar year. In September, tbo sugar intereeta will be in a position to argue that the statiatica compiled by the commission are out of date and value leas and the public will thus be denied during the current yeai any measure of relief from preeent exorbitant import dutlea on augar" The aenator aaeerted that the sugar Interests had boon powerful enough to delay action 'through toe nignesi omciai cnanneia of this government." and added that "attempt have been made to Intlml- aaie and otherwise obstruct" the action ot tne commission. Th Investigation which the com mission Is asking was ordered near ly eighteen months. Senator Li Follette aatd. "following disclosure that tbe Republican chairman of tne senate finance committee lmooi, or utani acting in conjunction with a member of th President's cabinet, had sought to nm tne tanrr making power as a meana to compel tnioan augar growers to reduce their production and thus to increaae sugar nrtcaa to tx American consumer. Saaaple-OarlL Special to The Indianapolis Snrt) HARTFORD CITY. Ind, July JO. The marriage of Mlaa Angellne 0rll. daughter of Mr. and Mra. Robert Carll. of this city, to Cedrlc Sample of Mishawaka, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Sample, of this city, took plrtce Tueaday at St. John'a Catholic church, of this city. They will live In Mishawaka. AT THE THEATERS TODAY. English's "New Toys' At 2:15 and 8:13 Murst -In Lor With Lovg-... At 2:15 and 8:15 Capitol -Abie's Irish Roag". . . At 2:15 sad 8:15 Lyric Vaudeville and Picture. - Ccntinuoas Palace Vaudeville and Picture , Continuous FILMS OS VIEW. OHIO Robert Maatell la "Under th Red Robe." all the week; a Comedy. -The Scenario School." a newa reel, special muaical program by Lester Huff at the pipe organ, and music by Uabo Wa-tere's Orchestra. CIHCLB"Daughters of Pleaaure." with Marie Prevoet. Clara Row and Monte Blue, all the week: epeeial muaical program by Terkes U. & 8. Flotilla Orchestra; a newa reel, a comedy cartoon, a comedy and music by the Circle orcneetra, BakalelnlkofT directing APOLLO "Broadway After Dark with Adolph Menjou. Norma Hnearer, (Jarmei Myers and Anna VI. jsiueon. ail the week; a comedy juoiio. jr.. a newa reeL and music by Vlrgtl Moore's Orchestra and r-arl uordon. pipe organist. couosiaru "The Man Ufa r...i Hr." with Percy Marmont ruiin Landia. liobart Roaworth and Eva ana jane .-so van. all the week: supplementary film sohjecte and music by American Harmonists and Harry Baton, piano aololst. IMITH-ft "The White Moth. with Conway Tearle and Barbara La- Marr. all the week; a comedy and a news reeL CnrsTAL "Broken Hearta of Broadway." with Colleen Moore and an all-star cast, all the week: supplementary film subjecta ISIS Richard Talmadge In "Let'a Go." a Patbe comedy and a Pathe review, the firat part of the week: Thursday brings "11.000 Reward, atarring Big Boy WllHama. and a comedy The Indiana board of nhoinni.v Indorsera recommends for adult attendance the following nhotonlava on view at downtown picture thea- tnis weea: -under the Red Robe." at the Ohio; "Broadway After Dark." at the Apcdlo. and "The Man Life Paased By." at the Colonial. (Copyright, by Bougntoa Mlfrha Compear CHAPTER XX teontlaued) At last she was moved from her silence, and her voice came dull and hard. "I have learnt how little there la to choose between yon." she said. "It was to havs been expected- I might have known that two brothers could not have .been eo dissimilar In nature. Oh. 1 aa lean-lag a deal, and swiftly" "Too are learning" he echoed. "What are yeu learnlagT" "Knowledge of the ways of men." ills teeth gleamed In hla wry ami le. ' I hope the knowledge will bring you aa much bitterness aa the knowledge of women of one woman hae brought me. To have believed me what you believed me me whom you conceived youreelf to love!" "If 1 have a mercy to beg ef yen tt is that you will not shame me with the reminder." "Of your falthfulneeeT" he asked. "Of your dlaloyal readiness to believe th worst evil of rae T "Of ray ever havtag believed that I loved you. That la the thought that shames rae. aa nothing elee In life could shame me, aa not even the slave market and all the In sult to which you have aubmltted me could shame me. You taunt me with my readiness to believe evil of you " "I do more than taunt you with it." he broae In. hla anger mounting under the. pitlleee lash of her scorn. "I lay to your charge the waeted years of ray life, all the eril that haa followed out of It, all that I have suffered, all that 1 have lost, all that I am become." She looked up at him coldly, astonishingly mistress of hereeif. "You lay all thla to my charge?" ahe aeked him. "I do." He waa very vehement. "Had you not used me aa you did. had you not lent a ready ear to liee. that whelp, my brother, would never have gone to ouch lengths, nor should I ever have afforded him the opportuntly." She shifted on the cuehlona of the divan and turned her shoulder to him. "All this Is very Idle." she said coldly. Yet prehaps because ehe felt that ahe had need to Justify herself, she continued: "If. after all. I waa ao ready to believe evil of you. It te that my Instincts must have warned me of the evil that waa ever In you. You have proved to me tonight that It waa not you who murdered Peter; but to attain that proof you have done a deed that la even fouler and more shameful, a deed that re-veala to the full the blackneee of i your nearu nave you not proveo yourself a monster of vengeance and Impiety?" She roae and faced him again In her audden passion. "Are you not you that were born a Cornish Christian gentleman became a heathen and a robber, a renegade and a pirate? Have you not eacrlflced your very God to your vengeful luetT" He met her glance fully, never quailing be fore her denunciation, and when she had ended on that note of question he counter-quee-tloned her. "And your Instincts had forewarned you of all thla? Clod's Ufa. woman! Can you Invent no bet-tar tale than that?" lie turned aslds as two slavee entered, beating an earthenware vessel. "Here comes your supper. 1 hope your appetite la keener than your logic." They set the vessel, from which a savory smell proceeded upon the little Moorish table bv the divan. On the gronnd KesWIe It they placed a broad dlah of naked earth la which there were a couple of loavee aad a red. ehort-necked amphora of water With a drinking cup placed over the mouth of tt to act aa a stopper. They salaamed profoundly and padded eoftly oat again. "Sup," he bade her shortly. "I want no supper." she replied, her manner eullen. Hie cold eye played over her. "Henceforth. gtrU you wtll con-elder not what yon want, but what aatd. and careteealy teeaed tt down beside her. With a quick tadrawm breath ahe pounced upon lt "t last." ehe aald, -you grew me something fer which I can bo grateful to yom." And on tbe words she laid the point of tt against her breast. Like lightning ho had dropped to one knee, and his hand bad closed aboat her wrist with sncfe a grip that her arm felt limp and rowerleea He waa smiling Into v eyes, hla swarthy face close to her own. "Did you Indeed ruppooo I trust ed your Did yon really thlak mo deceived by your auddea pretense of yielding? When wtll you learn that I am not a fool? I did tt bat to teet your aplrtt-" Tbeei now you know Its tamper. ehe replied. "Too know say Intention." "Forewarned, forearmed. said ha She looked at hrm. wtth nome-thing that would have been snoch ory but for the contempt that ool-oced It too deeply. "la it eo difficult a thing- ahe asked, "to enap the thread of life? Are taere no by the kalfe tap tne tareae. m liter ways of dylg save ? Too boaat aourself my master: that I ana yosr alave: that having bought me la the Moslem. i ore aurprlelag In- market place I 'belong to you body and oouL How Idle la that boast. My body you may bind aad oonftne: but my seel Uo very sure that yoa ahall bo cheated of four bargain- Yoa boa at yourself ord of life and death. A liel Death Is all that yoa caa comma n 4." tjutek steps came pattering up the stair, aad before bo could aaswer her. before bo had thought of wards tn which to do ees. ait confronted him wtth the astealshrag announcement that there waa a wavenaa below ask lag urgently to speak wtth him. A veatir he questioned, frowning. "A Kaaraal woman ao yo meaar NS my lord. A waa tko still sat formation. "A Moalesa woman, here? . Ira-noeslbler But oven aa ho a-peke a dark Msruro glided like a shadow acroeg the threshold oa to tbo terraeo. ahe waa tn black from head to foot, laclndlag th veil that shrouded her. a veil of the proportiona of a ma all, aervtag to dieeemble her very abapo. Alt awuag upon her la a rare, "Did I not bid thee wait bellow, thou daughter of ebemer ho stormed. "bbe has followed mo up. my lord, to thrust herself tn hero upon yoa. khall I drive her forth?" -Let her be said Sakr-el-ftaha Ant ho waved All away. "Leave ua" Something about that black Immovable figure arrested hie at-tentioa and fired hie aueptcleaa Unaccountably almost It brought to hie mind the thought of Ayeeb-el -So. mln and the bidding there bad beea fer Roaamasd Its the eek. (To bo eemttawedt it, 1 a " Then kill me she answered fiercely, leaping up to confront and dare kiss." I bid you do. I bid yoa eat: abost It. therefore." "I will not- - Will not?" he echoed alowly. "la that a speech from slave to master? Eat. I say." "I caa aot! I can aotT she protested. "A elave may not live who caa aot do her mooter's bidding." -Then kill me." she answered fiercely, leaping up to confront aad dare him. xKlll me. Yoa are need te killing, and for that at least I ahould be grateful." a " wtll kill you If I please,- said be In level, icy tonea "But not to pleaae you. You doa t yet un deretand. You are my alave. my thing, my property, aad I will not eufler you to be damaged save nt my owe good pleasure. Therefore, eat. or my Nublana ehall whip yeu to quicken appetite." For a moment she atood defiant before him, white aad reeotute. Then quite auddenly, aa If her will waa being bent and emmoied under the Insistent preaeure ef hie own, ahe drooped and sank down again to the divan. Slowly, reluctantly, she drew th dish nearer. Watching her. he laughed quite allently. m She paueed. appearing to seek for something. Falling to find It. ahe looked up st him again, between scorn and Interceesion. "Am I to tear tbe meat with nay fingers? she demanded. Hla eyes gleamed with ander-staadlng. or at Isaat with suspicion. But bo answered her quite calmly: "it Is against the prophet s law to defile meat or bread by the contact of a knife. You muet aee ths hende that God haa given yoa." "Do you mock me with the prophet and his laws? What are the prophet'a laws to me? If eat I muet, at leaat I will not eat like a heathen dog. but la Chiistlaa fashion." To Indulge her. as It - seemed, ho slowly drew the richly hllted dagger from hla girdle. "Let that serve you, then. ho Hamaoo-Fwx. (Special to Tbe Indisaapohs News) SULLIVAN. Ind.. July JO. Claude Harmon, aon of Mr. and Mra. Calvin Harmon, and Miss Edith Fox, daughter of Mr. Mary Fox, of Riley, were married Tuesday by the Rev. J. H. Furry, of Farmersburg. The bride baa been a domestic science teacher j In the Sullivan county schools Notes) of the Stage. "As delicate as a cobweb and yet aa clean and strong as a cable. Go and aee tt and you will have one of the happleat tlmea of your Ufa. said Robert O. Welah. critic of the New Yo.-k Telegraph, after he had reviewed one of the first perform ances of "In Love With Love," when it waa playing Ita long run at the Rlts theater In New York. "In Love With Love' la the Murat Players attraction at the Murat theater this week. It haa proved to be one of the most popular plava of the season. George Gaul, Harold Vermllye, Claud Kimball. Marjorle Vonnegiu. Jessamins Newcombe and Duncan Penwarden are seen in the cast-Larry Sullivan s "bootlegging" again In "New Toys." the comedy offering of the Berkell Players at English's this week. It will be recalled that Larry played the role of Al. the "bootlegger. In "The Old Soak." In "New ioys" he is caat aa Sam Wllka. who deals l.i ttqu-M by the truckload. but quits the rttsmees to becotue a theatric! pro-ducef bvcause It Is more legitimate. "Abie's Irish Ruse" Is In Its eighth and final week it the Capitol thea-'er, and to the credit of the players It may be said that none of them haa spared the effort (u make th peculiar and fanilllar nmHr of ah n, oiiuui" put a entertaining i 3 s at any other time duiing the longl tj An dee Sherrfs Revue, the feature of the Lyric'a midsummer festival bill, has a group of talented principals headed by Max Hoffman. Jr. aon of Gertrude Hoffman, who alnga and dances his way Into favor. The others are Ralnh Tomllnson, barytone; Jessica Dragonette. soprano, and Patricia Gridler, apecialty dancer A chorus of show girls is much in evidence The settings and costuming are rich and elaborate. Sherrt wa formerly a well-known dancer himself. Falling eyesight forced him to retire from the stage, and he turned hie hand to producing vaudeville acta of the revue type. The Princees I.anl with . her Hawaiian Four, at the Palace, have the headline honor with their Interesting act. "Hawaiian Pastimes." the first half of the week ending today. Dancing, singing, and native music are the drawing tarda of the offering. ...;..........;..,.,..,....,..ff.t.iMt-ftttfftnmfrmiinni End of Month Sale Up to 12J2S whit) wash petti. jfeAts, pans front OQrt and backs HOC $10 WhtU longxloth eoatura slips "-double to QQs hips eVOC Ttn 13.00 Jersgy Q A Q silk petUeoaU.... OXefiO The -Lining Store Up to $8 white wa,h rail am ; KtUcohtg. gnitroUJered and mmal - QQ QQ bottoms OOeaO 11.00 rum tirrad silk chiffon host; top and foot, sO SicT... ...79c 17 E. Ohio Street J Sickroom el Ddueh Whit Enarn Pan Safety Spout Irrigator . Enamel Sputum Cup Queen Bed (White Enamel ) -oa Pua Pan . . Nurses Medical Record . . . . Colon or Rectal Tubes, each $1.98 ..89c . 65c 53.25 . 65c 25c 50c Supplies Rubber sheeting In cut C ft ft lengths. TRc to ePa-.UU Symbol Fountain (1 QQ Syringe, apodal nt. . . . Va.eO' $1.45 Flrstatd tested fever t?1 Of? thermometer Vlttw Throat and Spinal Ice Bag Invalid Air (JO jr ffd OC Cushions. Ve-.IO te Purest rubbing Alcohol A On mcUI 1 Hint Hlftlw 8t Pleaae Inelnde Postage With Mall Orders. Henry. J. Huder terlllsed Gause Qr 1 yard SOc. i yards.. OOfw Odd Fellow Bldg N. DRUGGIST B. Corner Waahfagrtota and; Feaeeyrvaala ate. t I HEN you know the rtAson foe tmcrrizz body odora. you will xxndcntxod why rerfunic: or talcura ntrely dispuUes thea tesixTarily. For odors arit frtra Adds cut oS by the body. In every drop ot pcripration. for instance, are acids which are cotutaat!y eaporxtmc causing the odorrs that accompany exotion. Spic is absolutely caique because it rcmovet ike c&um ef tdm. The inmnt Spic touches the ilin it changes character cf these acid, and ets the body odorless. Being absorbent, it aHiyi prxuse rxnpiration, out does not lurcfully restrict at!! pcrf;iAnon. Spic is a powder, easily and conveniently applied anywhere, anytime. .WiH not stain skin or cJothir.g. cr irritate. All good dealers sell Spic. in tall cans, 50c 0 . tanrrmcAiXT Bujtr- rx?AixD kstecxaixt fob, xm as a txxyxsttym ot rrasotAi cdcxj Oriental Rugs and Carpets y2 PRICE LAST WEEK Sale Closes Saturday. August 2, 5 P, M. Since this sale I have sold more than 300 rugs at a great reduction. 12A03 I3.UH 141 In7 130XS ai Mia t eeeg baa Iran HI far LUlbea Mae. le.tii.s.. MiU. tllS. . ItllA. . 7. aVetaH. , sseaee s-ven eo S4TOOO Si Sites Sis lee St3S Sl Aagoat Jutlaai Naased. Aarut J W an, cf New Aneuata. aas been s-tpointed asalstant to Dr. Vincent A. Iapenta. royal ita h an eoneul for Indiana, it has been announced. Premier Mueeolini bss approved the appointment Mr. Jubaa vrtll hare tbe rank oi booorary chancellor to tbe knight nt tbe crown. IX Bart raaalty Beaaiea. Tbe ninth snnnal reunion of tbe DrHart fatnUy will br bekt all day Sander at Gr-ttetd park. The of 'terra ia cbarge of the reunion-are: A. C. Porter, prveident: Noah Jones, secretary aad treasurer, aad Mary Elisabeth XcClure. assistant. AaVertie-ag Oak speaker. CUnde M. Bolter, of the departatent of i Journal! am of todi ana University, will be ; IB vpeaaer a me v m iw lndiaaano M Aaveruaang no. xaursda , boos, ta tne caamner ot omsserce ouihi-Ing. rtenle fer fWey HeMera The sect nd annual nte-uc fee policy holt era ef ibe Pubu 8auir Ineuianoe Com pary. In.Uananoha south en-4rct. wui be held at Oerfield nark, all day rrtoay. wtta tne eoanpany ss Sosts. ft. D. l-ettera la Sough. The peace department today was aslBtd to aid to a search tor H. D. Pollard, age fifty-one. wiao diaappeanxt freen hla home. MIO Reach etreet. July S. Us has BOS been beard I rest since. , M eSjr You've never tasted anything like this new kind of macaroni It's the milk that gives the delicious flavor and frrcater food value. Order some Quaker Milk Macaroni or Spaghetti from your grocer today. It costs you no more than the ordinary kind 10 cents for a package large enough for many generous helpings. rviKXi.; - -natOuOTMacajord MILK. LOT NO. 2 ReUil from $86 to $185 Choice $39.50 , ie44 l-Lsae 1314S SATO IS ASS iiooe t teat 1S4S3 1S1SI lseei - Maaae. raJi tiadirst ereghaa m'rm) -Ugar tnaeoern) Lae-le tateOnnl Afakae (silin) barasab nns Saaaara lariml tieeaksan aiaSra 74 a 4.4 tSJ OaS.4 es.e sa.ie 7i4 -SaSS aS.S asSA , esa.1 , . .. .sieeae , ... SI TXJ9 ....stieeo Sleeve ,...si4ee ... .SI4100 . .. .lime ....Slie.ee ,...I34I S3UA4) p sejve t sseAe S3S.M I! SSOA J ee C aveAe g; gVOAO "i atee Z 1? g 2I07 I en leroa ie?ee 1041 teats tee it Aarteae Bake ABCteee a n Aeeteue Irma AacVaoe beeefcaod Aatiene a.4at sise eo sse.se 14i4.t stsioo ese-so liis staeee sse-se ?-. stteoe tsajs aas.ie s ssno Tbesc lot rat are leas than root ia Persia. TWy are for cash only do approval- I hare the largest aad .beat stock of oriental and Chiaese rar; in city, and seliiag them jtut at kalf price. It will pay you to bay bow. I CITE SO DATS CREDIT NO INSTALLMENT PERSIAN RUG CO. fu SV M006BT Direct Importers .139 North Meridian Ste Of xrnee snniag iuiiiiimmiiiiiiiiin,,,'"""i-t"''l'""",'""''';'"',1-ti"i' 'Secojt Floor Occidental . Building Store Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Final Price Redactions in the Pre-Inven to rySalel Every Summer Garment MUST DE SOLD Shop Early for These Bargains Dresses! a - Amy Wash Dress, Formerly $120 to $29,50. $3X0 (ISO) Silk Frocks, Formerly $15 to $39.50. S 12.75 (200) Silk Frocks, Formerly $25 to $55 . . . $19.50 (80) Silk Frocks. Formerly $35 to $55 . . . $24.00 Summer FROCKS, Formerly $55 to $95 ... . $33 Suits and Coats! (5) Coalsi Formerly $25, to $15 . (b) Suits. Formerly $25 to $55 ...... Any Sprint Suit, Formerly $55 to $75 . Any Spring Coat, Formerly $65 to $125 . $15.00 $10.00 $25.00 $33.00 HATS! BATS, Formerly $5.95 to $12.50. $1.95 All Summer 1LATS, Formerly $15 to $25. .. $4.95 (7) Sleeveless Stcralers, Formerly $15 . . $5.95 (10) Knickers. Formerly $5.95 . .... $2.95 . ... i 3e; f.Tat r;Ar7TOT ra a v. ' r rm - v v a v v Ivi-rr, !. l lif.fi MTsJiki '"".';""('"" , ! ' J&mM ii

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