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1 - J THE m)LVXAi?OLISt NEWS, TEUESDAY, ' - NOVEMBER 1020. ii ! 'if w AMU iiv U - UMUuiLL!niuniUai ft - - t r T. - ' - U - T" I Q U I Ft Y. - . 'V T t'n nr.! If 1 O.UJ:. .,.'' - Tw:.i',f The In - j :.t Cut Cot tractors A - r, witu ha4''juarti5r.fct XnJi - , : - ,. tnslnr f.re at'; today's 'jf ti. jl.til leylalativa r.'irc' - Jf. - !, - :.:itiftsr the "tail 55 or J - f . : y . ir, i;0, o; - 5 of K"sr York's fit . Kt,ort con tractor's, was t l Tt y .".: rrr a'.i rltJ' - i of the 5:!''ii"iwf , vii.i'h, t i. jnela' - e - J i . ; ' x:; - rn b - : ; :T.Hit..y .aii oft ! it. 6 ' rart'.rH, jf,t,rr ar.'l 'j Jrry - o! t.'i - f",r : - y. Ti" t'fit.ite an 4 ;!; (.;; !r4'.'ors fcav a se; - r - - .'" otnixatiort, fee eipIitT.e'i. - 'y!i,' (.,;.;!!"' of the wn tractors n. ;i,c 'i. 1 t? - I itTfitJnaJ a - r iort r.a - i t - n crrr - i - '! to letter fri to i - t tttr prices?" - i ; r - v - ioi U. - .' - r'f.yr. , "... j m, 1 whit w are t,:tt t sT." Xt'i Urd it ititifi. j , . ' A tn Cowellflea. i "I 7 ciinvinatif! - omptltlon alsof "J.Taj - l. - e." rmiA IJie wltneM. Wl' - u Har'ein toll the eiarnlnerfca n nvt fra;!j to f'vrtr further j - Mr nn, L' rt - rrnyr ck'l lahetLer - - wsi ot "afrrtSI fcf - rynMna; up nr5" if.tt tf.; an?l - tr'4t law." ; very in u - .. irai," j replied J ? a i : ! n. i "i - criic tJ'" tet yn r,a to log Tr.j wit! t'i'i rot !iwr, 7c Wiln1 lt;'fi fj!jr.tion4 r - fc'n ; - Mr , - $2. CO'i, t - OO iitrvtor. j'iri r rv.t for work 'n Hff isw Yfrn ' " jr.ty ro:jrtJi'u. h!' - i rfcnly u ' .t ; i ' l whm the inquiry .it'ta the hUc - 1 ton Utii utzltriii ,"t;oiTibifte . - . i . ; n.Hfe it IlffJtuItI, TLe f orn - TiUtfe It xjrienf Ingr trat 5!i'i"k.u2tjr In u?,pnajy wjt - rj'!, Mr. Untrryer nounc4. . "A'lf J.cuith tbi s riof" the 'Summer tVer &r irt;r.tn acr of concrete "'V.hea ruii troysi tbe machinery for tie rrr.firaS of the fcunkd. I' - fft latter a,re ' blown away l.ice caff. - jn - i the coffee gralae are ;ri'3 o?T '.v - e E' arrariKJ aft to gTaae lt:n it.'.i t - i thrn accirdias tc ;zi, ray to b3 tt;p i tt the vcrii ttiirkcl?." : ; . method' chJ !b the war in f.nacciiis: many war:: orff&nlsationa smJ. ac orditi - to mnkrs ff the board of directors. ftow Rta5 out a t.n e tiost f - fficieat means of Cr.arsc - pa - e - Uta charitable asi rn;las - t .tropic iorjririixa.tior.s. ' !. ; Tia - nMB!C!ES : APPLY FOR ruET.'.BERSIUP COMMUNITY CHEST TO PROVlSu fOR MAY ORGANIZATIONS. CAf.!?A!G?M0 BEGI!J K0V.I15 n.lrty - fiTe charitab!, r hilanttrop - Ic. tlvln ar - "! ac'.il welfare ar - ricie of IndianpoHa already kare ciae application to the boar5 of dirctom of the ComrnBisIt Chest for aid in 1S2L It waa annrance4 to2ar - Between fortj - and fftr orcacizatioRji, it is believed, wl!l come uadr tbe Comraua - Ity a,eu ' . ': Many of the organization. that already hare rsale application for aid in 1J21 are now operating; with a deficit, Ji member agency of the enest may make a separate campaign :for monty for ay purpose wfthOBt firat Itrituc the matter before the board of Girectors of the CoriTBriiiy ChesU All orranirtioni that hv rna4e arpii cation for flrianctai asij!tance ffom &4 raembernhip in tae chest would be required ,to make parate catn - paiKna tar movy were It not for the fact tiat the Orr.manlty Chet cara - paiifn, to b conducted the week, of November IS, wiii combine alt the campaign a. Liudr tbe bylawa ef the Community f 'Ai - tt aey riberiber . may O' - eiKnate the orsranlzat ion, inntltu - tion or agency to w hica b JKires hia nut.wripiiou , rrediu - d, provided the total it - sanation isha.ll not eicewl the budget al!owaoe to that Institution sjt r.aed by the board of directors; Th Community Clint idea orf - Inatad with and rrew out of - the FEDERAL COriTHOL EF.'OED. V ' b: . - rreaiJeet S1bt Iociaoiatlea te Be. ; . us9 Uee - aaea - l ! - WASlirMGTONV i Noeetnber.. - 'j4. - i - TJi j la.st e?t;ire .of genuaseat ' icintro! oTer u?ar fcas ttr retsored througlj slsrature by preuldeiit WCna'cf a pro;lamatlon ; provid'r " for 'revocation Norember 15 of license ii - ld by wholeealera, xeintrs, , emportera and lecportora. .... ;. ; - ..i tarJ7 Wyckoar, former fair, price coTTimiasioner for Indiana, aaid he Lad receiyedi no word of the revocp.Uoa of local BUirar licenaes KsTember 13. be - eauae i facial connection with the departrcrf - r.t f Jut;ce endd. lat Sat - crday, lie ald there are tweray - fire 3ffar llrena in ladianaolla eab - ject to th department - - dr. - Only dealers idotnff a ' basmeas of more than 100,CC& a year were required. to have lice&es, ne - explained. ; , 't'ince: about .the firm of September." Mr. Wyckoff said, apply and demand,' hare controlled the so par market. 1 Consequently the licensing rf .surar lealer is unnecessary. Taer i plenty et saar .and jienty of, competition.' ; if ' - f'ICHAEL KELLY: ARRESTED j . ji 1 t ' ... ' .'. ' Held Om Charee ( Oetalalo 3taey - ; . leader f'ale I'reteMea. ; t ilichaet Kelly, alia James ; Kennedy, ae seventy, wbo rave; bis address as 31 ' TVet Tfcfrtieta street. Is fceld i the City Prison on 4 charge of obtalufne; money under false pretense while detective are investi - sratlnir his activities in behalf of an organization which Kelly . aaya i known aa tbe Knights of liljor. " Kelly was arreat - d In the State Life btlildtnir by; rtective Houlihan and lntz wJtsie he was olicitln i con - trlhutlorts to be tiaed.' in connection with a convention to te held by the suppeed organization, Ietectlvea y they have been informed' that there is no orfcani7atkn in existence knowh as the Knlht f Labc r. RED CROSS i.'Ei.'BERSHI? lOIESTMjiEll COUNTY AND CITY TO EE VIDED INTO SECTIONS. DIRECTOR FOR EACH 0?;t ;Tlie annual membersliip fcampalgrn of the Indianapolis chapter of the American Red Cross will be conducted la Marion connty from KoTem - ber 11 to 25. The campaign will be carried on by i'a all - women's organization, tie personnel of which Is to b comdetftd bv the cloae of the wlt iA new plan of orsramixation bas been adopted by dividing - the county into six sections.. each to lein the charge of a woman director. Tbe di - viaione - will inciade Marlon county outside of Indianapolis, the downtown part of Indianapolis, and north, east, wet and sooth IndianapoiU. ' Mrs. Wolf gusBman f will have charge of the work in tae retail district. Other divisional directors are: Mrs. William lierechelU east; Mrs. Herbert T. Wagner, north.: and Mrs. Alexander M. Stewart, connty outside the city, i Directors for the west and south sides will be appointed In the net few days. . i j !The solicitation of members will be conducted through block workers, organised nnder ward nd precinct Chairmen A membership will cost 1. Officials of tbe lndianapolia Ked Cross aaid the scope of the work, undertaken; after the war smd being carried out row has not diminished. In Indianapolis and Marion county the local chapter is called on to epend - approximately SliOt monthly for the relief of returned eoldiera in distress by reason of llles. woands or1 other circumstance, i For civilian relief in ihe United States jalone the national f organization' iadvanced In the twelve tnonths ending Jane; 30. 1I2. ; ' j. - j g.. ' 'J Wnllam T.:'Esefcrt4 lfes.V , - i ISpedkl to The Indiaaapetia jXewsl iBEDFORD. IndL, Korersiber 4. William T. Kmbree, age sixty - elgbt. for merly ; county commissioner ana prominent farmer, ied at h!s home in. this city Weinewaj. A widow ;aa,i three children survive him., j ; FOR i:.X0aF0RATl0ri. t Petitlew I mied By tke - Towa . Vdstct. ; j . j i . A petition for the Incorporation; of the town of Woodstock. northwest of the city in Washing - ton township, has been filed with the boarS of county comrnisiorers fcy Hugh lliK. Lacdon. The site of the propped rew town is the neighborhood of the old Country Club, in the petition it J raid that seven families live irt the forty - eieht acre tract sought to 'ba incorporated and - all wi?h the incorporation.; The residents are peekhiff the incorporation in order that they may have Improved school conditions, it was said. j ' - HIGHER COURTS' RECORD, srraois coukt mikctes. 1T4S. Kokoma. 'TraniZlort It ! Western Trar - twMi Compter - ai. t. Knkomo UVast Ccmpaar. ;a:uitratrir'. ' Howard C. C. Ap - t"iJ's noboa to diSBn' as to - crvtaiB ap - pe;?it. - Tpeliee"s pt.uon for t:ie. .; i iA52. jPuuborg. Ononniu. Chicago - ct. Ixroia Bulvay Company t - . James &. Parkn - . Karum S. C. Arpellaat potidon to withdraw amended brici. : ! 23 SI 4. JJoyd P. Sys v. Board of Com - misjDotwrs. ; Owen C. C ArpeJlee petition tor tuna, i i - t ; APPKIXATE COUKT SCTNtTKS.l I 10913. Hsynpa AcPwnohile Conspaiy' et ai. v. 1ir,ar.i A Mianicit CoofiUTictSon Company. Howard C C Appelant" ; peu - Uon tor time. . a n".' i; 1 1 l: nr.n.it rtF.ort out, of the i 'a tin - ry popular, and alho06h ti.ix t' - t the wtni - r tnrs - vi'lntT re - r urf e'j - .i il!y i ( - ,ir," 11 Mr. ri. - 'ifnjfff, who ad.l.l he Wogld like t' t,Vr j..,iria at the tiriis f - a Mr. i !: - - trt," "Lit, I'yke" end "ilr. t.'Uap - t ..ii,. - ' buntrifuit Mgenta: of the L ;,i Mf( ir.i !' fj'jr.i ll end ihetnber of tbi.e - j( - .iitiv - cornthitt' and. all t M in i.i h - - ir pout of duty.". ba'Mi:n to Milii; (;iUMi:.T. At lnClo r - retsry Office at - J - 1Mun i'rltUi llulldir, - !, . - Ai'iuaru - r j't the Interna - vvnuk , f.'ut ' Mi - , e (.'ontract'jrs and C'iairyinrn's - Acvjolatlon are at 22 ir.dij A 1'ythl - tn bollditig. I A. J. i ;riapr, ni"f'ljr)f A lh a")f iatlon, rfuAt t'i.iiiliit,ny eon.rrien6 on tbe N w Y o r k . 1 f 1 1 ' without first . Tif rrriiur with W, V. DritytV, pre! - d:ht i f tii'.Ti' - lxllon. Ntr. liurraRre ..!) iif i - - iiev ilfitry Hanlein, who iri juo(d in tiio diifaUtif u.nd tht Mi. Jl .nliit) wns a member of the aa. M..iii!inn, iilthouKlt f"t a bi'inber of i; t' - iitivc toiuiiiitiea or an execu l ! v o oftictr. - v I , VVhoro Coffco Comes From V.A.SHI.Vf. - TO.V, November : 4 The i"ot.de .cf th world . anntialty con - 'tunii more than 2.500. OCd.OOO (Uf d of tofTee In prt'ws.r , days r hoviii to 1 ' v! A train cf cars r - .'l,!r.; from ruladelpUU te I'ltU - I ui;;," nyi n cornmunlcalioti - to the ''tilonni (',' ot; r.it.hic Society. - "Ibia i unutrplloit now perhaps Is i.Mitf 3.000,000.000 pounds, and, in 'hs I'nltfd .l't'u. alone 42. per cent. .ior' "trfe w.i drunk' durlns' the '. - at jiur 1919.29 than. in the pre . i i ii ' twelve mofitS - .". " ' Thrrtff .Mirth, of t h - .y - World's t of . - ' fMi ;i liowh in i'.nj;"il, u totu.try thai . (. I.u'i'tnn V - h from its coflr In !'itrj nlont. lioli.ind i thf - Kreat ."'t iirir.e - drl nfcinx nation "on - the j. . ';. It li pounds pir nptta n r r, ii ! !y, ' h ! Uj t tnj Ciilictt ftMtea !:' - J U ..iimif'. tifrinariy &' pound1 iit! iii - ll'j!f' ry 2 r - a pound, arid !' - ) ! Uiu - d iinvoni i'3 of a pour.d' I'athrt M her - li - trid. o us lt - ft. than P - Miiia or per capftiw wttre til i iated ivii'j'doiti u. nearly t - - i j ound. t aiiini is ttMut two - .i.:ni(t i:r, i,li.ih n nd " mm - 1 (a rd Amri - ax ih - rh ii - . of (.oir - rt anltta; It - , j irrcrcni - o ir in 1 - i. - but drln lm !. - of It than tlie ! her - .jtitry, maMnif up tt di - ft'vr n - - 'witU co 'Tc.. T he t; or man and 1 '. An - tr - liuf:!triani ws only a ! in - ;. I'. - iW,! iitj.ir. 1 1 ( y of tea. '"i 'ho of: re fitnt Is a shruh wliu'h. i r,d r t ip n v,i iii.n. ' xrow a fri.m four i ix fvrt hUh. u Us wil.t M:ito it f.rmwa t! rt - o or four tms aa hirli as in tfn cultivated, state. The dwarfing r th pirtnt increases the vop an! fAinljt. - uc - s I'Ukinv. Tho leaves are f ff - r - h nre'n color; the flowers ur whip nnd liav an cdor etronu. ly rt iiiiil Iin.T Jasmin. i "1 he ptpcii cou'oe berry of com - r. - fr - e Js.j'othlng more mr s than the tnd ot the - offeo VherTy.' Thette v - e.rries' turn crimson on "ripening. Thiw - are thfti rioke.t, the - " pulp ii ?iii,ri ofMv mjchlncrv. find the two 1'.utV which he bet .. the pulp fr;.! tho KCi'tl theuiselvc'i" are - re - li.;o(l. The rnffc V;s to lt dried t;: ifufM - before the huka can b liiUen off. Rnd on many t!ntmion Columbia Grafonola Prices Offer Exceptional Values ' : i: ' ; .. . . ;:r 1 ) . - ,', . . .'. - .' t I NOW Note the Latest List 4ai I! Sort offMiisic M Hb Why not havethe! besf ; WKen it costs no itre - 1 ' J !l SassMMsMMMsMiiMMMMMMS 1 j ' ' '" - - - - t W , ' 'IW 3 1 T" ' "'"t ' ' - - ' - p ' i - i a iaUMJ)Wti.V,MllW)MINItIiUrtiUU(MiniWi:H4r.iA IN OUR FOURTH FLO 0 R S HOP A"' A SEMI - ANNUAL SAtE Of our entire stock, without exception T !. i WT1ST - IMF Direct Action Gas Ran 7 ge ! - equipped with the "Lo - : rain" Heat Regulator, j ... - . ! ' ' . ' ' " ; . The seat invention that r ' saves time and yworlc, r nd ; improves ; coolcingj " i Come in for a demonstration. Lilly Hardware Company 114 E. Vfashlnrton St. ; i II z i a If i 5 i i AT OFF J JL 1 Ji. : 1" ' - - ';'.V;i;?'!':jl riii ! : ! :i j - I i I II I ii Select any hat from our handsome stocQ " ' and.,paj one - half the original marking ! The very newest arid pnostplfasdnatfns models from the small jclose; fitting to'the large dressy hats - 4 - in siylea suitable for immediate and - later jointer 'wear.' - Hats of panne velvet, feold brocade, duvetyno and Georgette crepe - rrmy with metallic crowns or if ur brims russet, amber, henna, wing j)lue,;iphea3. ant, gray, navy, black, 4tc 4rnamce n very conceivable newj wayLj ; : AIO ALL MISSES AND CHILDR HATS at half price. ':V'.:.iV - vf'i'vr, ; iYo cxch&ngcs or refunds every sale final ! jj . - ;;.:; - . ; - V' j; ;'. '.. ! ! !j ; ;; j .' . V I. 4Fourih Floor. 5 5 THE W mv H. BL OGK ; CO .iiiiiissiiissmiwi inswuiisiimiimiuM yisiimiwisiitis ii I!' TTJE NEWS CImVSSIFIED ADVERTISE?. I ENT3 : CITT THE RESULTS' TrTi r ' r H Hi fMSN 1 1 FT li Player Piahba k f All But numanw iiv , I - t '."T - rt - i ' - V ... - v.. - i S v 4 V 4. CVTAnnilAL JIXLY !oids 4 V 'wV tUt tOsa iei iA. Easy to epply 0(11 rt j er,sti ; r7r RK:a no:;non iii g. co. X. W - I . S ia slops imy pain I":s it. f ,?r it.dof s iU own vrojk, .R5 r'r. co stninej tlia and f :.;.:i a e'en, etimuliU - jovior - ::t j - t a of it r?orr,ic3 the . rv - 'f 1 Know by exrcrience - t;.?ft..rt. - :r. G - xni f ct i j - ra:n3, strains, M1 ei a '"" - - ,o, - . ; ) COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS Only prices authorized by the Columbia Grapho - phone Company, v Type. C - 2 D - 2 E - 2 F - 2 G - 2 n - 2 K - 2 12 Irlee. ....$30.00 .........$75.00 $120.00 .........$110.00 ...$150.00 .........$165.00 $223.00 .. .J.. $273.00 will give you horne .entertainment unsurpassed' ai prices that are lowest consistent with Quality of the; highest. , j i ' " i ' ".i ' : i " if - !', Will be arranged to fitiyour purse TTTi ' iiTiaiio OF INDIANA - 18 North Pennsylvania Street Co I ' I 'i i - 1 A I M - 1:! - ;:M ' ' - - : : i I ::: - ; ' - , 4t. K thc ccstI W fvj nvay av 1 1 L r - ww - w ri a - a,t SHOLS IN 1 1 Tfl nc - cxo III j i 8 w Tn!'4iM f $ 7 - 22 1 S 8 - 22 S92 a SI022 SEQZ5 I - i FOR MEN AND; WOMEN I i vjeipj::d vJbL.bgugliiq&:qss, 1 HE bet knovm ahoes In the world. J Their , Lii are sold ia 107 W.L.Dou2lasstores, direct Torn the factory to you at only one prcfit,which guarantees to you the best shoes that crux be produced,! t the lowest possible cost, i jVY. L. Doula name and the retail price are stainpedi oa the bottom of all shoes before they leave the factory, which is your protection against unreasonable profits. : : . ; I j - , v : ; I .v W J - .Dou3las$9.00 and $10.00 shoes are absolutely the best shoe values for the money; in L J country. They are made cf the best and combine quality, style, worlananship and f weanngr qualities equal to other makes selling at higher prices. They are the leaders in the fashion cent crs cf AmericaThe stamped price is W. L. Douglas personal rasrartw that the shoes are always worth the price paid Yor thern. ! The prices . are me same everywnsre; tney cost no more in ban t - rancuco than they do in It ew Ycrk. - I".;': ;, ; , . Mi j WJJDousIas shoes are made by the highest paid, sldlledshc - tmalrers, under the dlrccticn and aupervision of experienced men, all vcrklr.j with an honest deterrnination ta make the best shoes for the price that money can buy. i; . j h" shoes $4X0 $5X3 5X0t3.C0 . W. I DorhM tttcm ars frrJ y os - 003 h' C AUTIOM. atlst cra rrit W. t enno surnAr yon,t no oiar OnlprSirrt iatfiu Tit r anl rictw ssilr trtrn t! '"CtorT. . cad lor tcwlUeC bow u lu a beta caa4 0 Tre5ietjt Vr.Troo5laa Mio Ca stu npars' s - treec. ii. - u.. V.L.DouSlasStore:10EASTVASHlKGTONST,t:;;;:r:!j 3 PEN SATURDAY; SVEPJENGS TCI 1 1111 ; ; . - ' " ir II ' i " . .. - - - - - - . - it - " 1 II - . i t ;i .x t . i . ,v : t I I fl MSIIL n s a nil ; - " - ' - !(; ; 1V ''!Qa1A?V ivy Vli mi . '! ; i ; i Of vital concfern to eyery one of us, - became ; iidisplublyl linked vith the high cost of ilivingi , is the problem of tax revision 'that confronts thsew administration at Washington. "Tlibre 33 no question that Federal taxation is a - burning issue the country over," declares the' Philadelphia PublicJLedger (Ind. Rep.), which adds that ''if thcfcoujntryisl to be saved from the inequalities of the presenttaxatidn, which isboth sectional and Jtob Arbitrary in its clas3 distinctionsj.it irflst bq through the combined common sense of both parties, and not; through any doctrinaire; adhtrencq to partizan systems. ! : During the fiscal year 1920 Federal taxes amounted to $5,408,075,468, an increase !of a Jiilliod and a half over 1919. And since the cost of running the Government next year will be. least $4,000,000,000, according to the estimates of Secretaiiy' of the Treasury Houston, the probhm for the present is to devise a better, not a smaller, tax. ! . ; - j V . Hie leading article in THE : IJTEIRY DIQESt this ; week November' 6th, ptesenls thd many suggestions! offered to meet this acute situdtion including the list of the articles upon which ; new taxation is contemplated. It also shows the criticisms for and against the "various measures ; . : - . :,.! ' . m . , . i - : '; Other news - features of exceptional interest 1 in this number of THE DIGEST ; - - - Hqw to Find Lost Radium 1 A Peace Play Accused of War! rrr (i How to Avoid a Business Panic Building Graft! Operations iii New york The Railroads New Fight ; To Divert Immigrants From the Cities fo theFarnis Do We WantIi6re. Congressmen? ; - Cuba's Sugar Crisis Ireland an "American Question" ;,;! : 1 Bolshevism! in Czecho - SIovalda : V How Switzerland Pays for War Auto Killings Now at the Rate of Two j an Hour j j au': 1 . Is Leprosy Vanquished? ; Higher Trolleyj Speed? ; ? j; Compulsory Motherhood : The "Jewish Peril" M i f I 5 I Liferaryj Value of School Teachers; Rudyarcl Kipling in the itIovie5 Islam Welcoming Christianity! French Colonies Are Second Only to j Britain's ... , jj 1 Witte, tlte 'Roosevelt of Modern ' - Russia The Welsh IMineras a llzn of Wealth i and. Leisure Vlien Trotsky Iived in the Bron Nqthirig - Moves the Moying - Picturcj I Camera Man . Topics of the Day Bdst of the Current Poetry ix; 'Imposing Collection of IllustTatipns, Including Humorous Cartoons '; November 6thi Iiuinber on Sale Today Ilcys - declsrs 10 Cents $4.C3 a Yedr. ! : ! i ; - ! a i3 O r ' f ; 1 r 1 t.. ! ! FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publishers of the! Famous NEW ? St i 4 aj - 3 aj" kUit - .i V DIcti:n - ry), NHV; TO!::: :i ii fl ) M 1 t II P :t j I f ) it

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