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Indianapolis Indiana Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 7, 1921, Indianapolis, Indiana Jumana sail Indianapolis Indiana. Dal or except sunday 25-29 South Meridian Bret. Telephones main 3500, new 28-351. Members of audit Bureau of circulations. J Chicago Detroit St. Louis. G. Logan Payne cos. Advertising offices jew Boston. Pae bums & Snith inc. Things cant be so bad with the railroads planning 500 Miles of new construction. ? nobody will object to that proposed longer term for congressmen if they will make the sessions Shorter. Anybody else but a Miner would have protested if his employer wished to take his dues out of his salary. Fumes from a whisky still in Detroit killed one person and made three others ii what would be the effect of about half a pint of the stuff Hungary Loath to give up King headline. With hungarian Money Worth about a dime a barrel can anybody explain Why they should wish to pay the Board Bill of an sex King a woman who killed five men has been convicted of second degree murder. If she had killed Only one it is probable the offence would have been considered too negligible to worry about. It is estimated that if All the Energy dissipated in the Campaign could be diverted to a useful purpose it would be sufficient to build a rail Road As Long As from Here to the Moon. I w tomorrow he we owe he election to the same Lack of Good sense on the part of his opponents t at won him the Republican nomination. From the time or. Shank became the nominee on to today the opposition to his candidacy has been conducted in a manner that made votes for him instead of against him. Voters who never were enamoured of Shank have been driven to his Standard by repeated appeals to class distinctions by wholesale lying and abuse and by distortion of facts so flagrant As to disgust everybody. The logical opposition to or. Shank in this Campaign was of course the democratic party. Yet those persons who pretended to be opposing Shank started the Campaign with a program designed to wreck the demo cratic party. Their first proposal was that Boyd m. Ralston the Democrat i nominee retire and allow them to name one of their tools As the Candi at fling that bit of political treachery they sought by every Means in their Power to obtain control of the democratic organization that they j might manipulate democratic affairs with their own interests As the Meas ure of manipulation and the defeat of Shank a secondary consideration. Proceeding along this line they relegated to the background those members of the democratic party who had proved their ability As Organ-1 Izeris in the past and pushed to the fore men whose prominence in the Campaign was a guaranty of inactivity on the part of hundreds of others. Firm in the belief that they could get away with anything they framed an expose of the Francis Hartman affair in such a manner As to disclose an obvious Effort to strike at Shanks character without a scintilla of evidence to support them. Failing to besmirch the character of Shank through misrepresent Ting the confessions of a thief that a jury has failed to believe they attempted to create a sentiment that Indianapolis is on the verge of a moral col lapse and Only their Success at the polls could avoid a dire menace to the City. In a word the opponents of Shank turned away from a thousand reasonable arguments for his defeat to manufacture and promulgate a few unreasonable arguments that have collapsed completely before the Campaign ended. The result of this misdirected Campaign is that the Good reasons for the defeat of Shank have been forgotten while the fallacy of is reasons that it was sought to establish is so apparent As to Render All argument in addition there has been created an Appeal to class distinction that is very much to the advantage of or. Shank. There is no use denying that there Are a great Many More voters in Indianapolis who Are not wealthy and do not read their names in the Blue Book than there Are voters who do it is also an undeniable fact that the voters enumerated in the Blue Book cannot coerce those outside of it into accenting their Choice for office. No one knows this better than or. Shank and few have Ever been As Clever in taking advantage of it. No political organization is Ever going to be successful while it per mits social distinctions to enter into its membership qualifications. Boyd m. Ralston the democratic nominee is a great Deal More nearly the kind of a Man Indianapolis needs for mayor than or. Shank. This would have been evident to the most prejudiced of the followers of or. Shank had Ralston qualifications not been completely hidden by the efforts of those who have sought to assist him to win. Today the Issue is not to much Between sir. Shank and or. Ralston As it is Between those few who believe Indianapolis must be saved and the great majority of citizens who Are very weary of listening to the repetition of the theory that the City is not Able to govern itself without the Bossis of & few self appointed guardians. Judging or. Ralston Wii nout regard to the kind of assistance he ha3 had in this Campaign cannot help but bring Forth the verdict that to is Best fitted to be mayor. But his Caust will not be judged without due consideration of the Char m str and motives of those who have pushed his Well wishers into the Back ground in order to make a Sham spectacle of their assumed Virtues. If or. Ralston can win with the Handicap created by the methods of the opponents of or. Shank he is entitled to much better rewards than the office of mayor. Poor emergency service the Absurdity of stationing emergency ambulances at the City hos Pital. More than a mile from the Center of Indianapolis was illustrated saturday afternoon when an Accident victim Lay in the lobby of the times office for More than Twenty minutes awaiting an ambulance. There was nothing unusual about the emergency or the procedure that followed it. All the agencies functioned As Well As they usually do but approximately thirty minutes elapsed before the injured woman was on the Way to receive proper attention and it is reasonable to presume that at least ten More minutes elapsed before she could be comfortably placed. The Center of the business District of Indianapolis May reasonably be expected to be the scene of Street accidents. Common sense would dictate that if an emergency ambulance service is to be maintained at All in Indianapolis its Headquarters should be somewhere near the heart of the City. But for some reason which has never been explained throughout two or More administrations Indianapolis has maintained its ambulances at the pity Hospital and those persons who have been injured in the heart of the City have been subjected to untold suffering while these emergency ambulances hurried Over poor streets for More than a mile through heavy traffic to their Aid. The system is inadequate antiquated and inhumane. Eventually the number of persons who suffer because of it May be so Large As to compel the attention of the authorities to its improvement a. Perhaps. A poetic person once remarked that these Are melancholy Days the Saddest of the year. It May be that this person either had eaten too much mince pie which flourishes at this time of year or what is More Likely that he was so troubled with dyspepsia that he a snot Able to partake thereof. There is one thing in favor of this Poe in person and that is that he did not live on an Indiana farm. Perhaps he had never even visited a Hoosier farm at this time of year where the table is daily loaded with Good things including several kin3s of preserves and Best of All. Fat Brown pumpkin pie. Perhaps he had never visited Brown county when the Trees were dressed in glorious colors. Perhaps he had never shuffled through the dead leaves searching for Hickory nuts and walnuts and Chest Nutt. Yet there is another possibility that would have been sufficient Provo cation for even a stronger statement. Perhaps he had to live through a City Campaign. Indiana daily times monday november 7,1921. Ladies of the harem Wink naughty eyes Bebe is Beautiful behind jail bars curio oct latest Here if gentle Reader you have the thought that the ladles of the harem do not use their naughty eyes then perish the thought. Ladles of the harem Are not permitted a to attend after noon Tea or tango dances b it some How or other they 4 / succeed to Wink or ing their 1 overt _ my 3 into the Palace of Lar y Sheila. Hajy Mem bored for he j few i work in Pash Lod jul j a really Rogatka m ble foreign made 1 pm picture a lady of a Hartem in one Ari Jan a night. Pol. Has Ucli a Ishing eyes she causes a officer of Tola Negri. The Sheik s army to invade her Haem Home. The old Sheik discovers the couple and getting out his Royal carving knife he intends to puncture the unwelcome visitor. A Hunchback Clown the original Lover of Pola. Demon Strates his ability at stabbing. The re sult is that the Sheik Dies but not before he discovers that other ladies of his harem Are untrue to him. What can a Mere Man expect with several Hundred wives one arabian night another imported european film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and in which the director plays the role of a Hunchback Clown who loves Negri who is cast As a desert dancer. Is As Light As a Cream puff. It is the sum run Story done on the screen. It is a Oriental As the wiggle of a Snake. The Continental Beauty of Negri is Well used in this movie but personally i am not of the opinion that she reaches the great Heights that she did in passion. J that probably is an unfair comparison be i cause one arabian night is a romantic \ fairy tale which is full of comedy. To my Way of thinking the real Star of one arabian night is Lubitsch a j the Hunchback Clown. Half of the time he is playing the role of a dead Man. The scenes in which he is brought Back to life under the magic spell of a Witch lady who charms snakes most beautifully. Are examples of splendid fun. One g is. A Creepy feeling while wit Nessing toe Many scenes in which the supposedly dead Clown is being careless be Towne gossip copyright. 1971. By Star company. By k. C. I. It was my birthday. And ism getting on. Bit thatus no matter. If 1 still feel Young. And anyway. In the afternoon. Because my wife. Is a movie fan. I said i d go. To a picture show. And so we did. And where we went. They have ushe Retts. Or female Ushers. Or Young lady Ushers. Or whatever you will. And we went in from the Bright sunlight. And could t see. Except that a form. In an usher s suit. Preceded l s. Down the Centre aisle. And took great pains. To ring Good seats. And i Felt in my pocket. And oot two bits. And when she stopped. Where she d found tvo seats. I took the Quarter. And nervously. I reached my hand. To search of hers and finally found it and into it ? a i slipped the Voln. And then and there in the inky dark a. Of to t e picture House. The usher lady. Squeezed my hand. And not jut once. She squeezed it twice. And went away. And afterwards. When the lights were up. And we went out. I looked them Over. And could t Tell. Which one it was. But anyway. She has my thanks. For a cordial Welcome. To her picture House. I thank Yon. Bringing up father. Reott Erkd v. 8. Patent offic _ a or a \ \ to Elf him Borry of u by Colly l m certainly Why be Toor of a Fer be Wahto you ism 6lad 1 in Luck ? we would hat on we j Oon t have ism glad to be delighted going Over to in i , j Tsor a 10 6ee it out of sir to Al. Her p them clothes Richt the menus for the three meals on tues Day Are breakfast grape and Orange juice broiled Bacon and eggs Cereal popovers Coffee luncheon baked bean salad Rolls nut sandwiches banana layer cake Coffee dinner. Oyster cocktail French onion soup rolled boiled beef Brown potatoes creamed turnips cheese salad marshmallow cuke cup custard Coffee copyright 1921. Oyster cocktails. For six cocktails provide thirty Small oysters. Make a sauce by mixing together with a tiny hit is soda Boll no and Sere. Rolled boiled beef. Cut an Oblong piece of beef from the flank. It should be two inches thick twelve inches Long and six wide. Lay it on a dish and spread upon it this Force meat a cupful of Cracker crumbs two tablespoonfuls of finely chopped Salt pork half a teaspoonful of Salt one Salt spoonful each of thyme Marjoram and Sage and half a Sai spoonful of. Cd per a few drops of onion juice or one Tea spoonful of chopped onion and our egg. Moisten with a Good Stock in u soft enough to spread Over the meat. Roll As you would a Valise adding tie about with pack thread and saw up in a Mosquito netting or cheesecloth. Put on in plenty of boiling water and Cook slowly for four hours. Let it lie in the water until the latter is a Little More than lukewarm and put under a heavy weight until next Day. Remove the cloth Cut the strings and serve cold with horseradish sauce. Corned beef is very Good prepared in this Way. Add vinegar to the water in which it is boiled and omit the pork from the stuffing. Young turnips stewed with Cream. Pare Lay in cold water one hour Cook tender in two Waters Drain and cover with hot Cream heated with a Pinch of soda or hot milk if you have no Cream. Simmer gently for five minutes stir in a White Roux made by cooking together George is a Spanish Lover now ii Yip ism a i George Walsh % m William Fox George Walsh. Yon believe it but this very Yankee looking George Walsh is All dolled up in a picture hat n shawl and a Spanis h suit in serenade. His latest movie. He sure is the fighting Lover in this Roth Antic Story. This Spanish George May be seen All week at the lilo. Of a gun. Then you breathe a sigh of Relief. After breathing that sigh you will look around in an Effort to discover just where you Are. On second thought you will realize that you Are in the ill Umbra theater and not in the great Northwest. This picture certainly gets into your blood. It is melodrama with a terrific kick. Goth How i hate that villain. Nearly forgot to Tell you that the natural scenery of this movie is one of rare Beauty. Am sure you will be delighted with this cub nears. They Are so cute and they Are great actors. If you like tense melodrama of the Northwest then god s country and the Law will please you to the limit. Gosh How i hate that villain. At the Alhambra All . N. I i i Georoff. Walsh appears As a Spanish Doug Fairbanks. You love Doug Fairbanks sure. Then you will a very fond of George Walsh in serenade a romantic Spanish Story which is now in the second Day of its engagement at thy Ohio. George is a regular Spanish Dong Fairbanks in this movie As he swings from one chandelier to another and finally throws Bim Seir through a window on to the Back of a horse which carries him to safety. He vaults Over High Ter races climbs the Walls of houses rides fast horses All to save his lady fair Marla Del Carmen from becoming the unhappy wife of Ramon mat Lucs. True love and the Fairbanks ability of Walsh wins in the end and Marla is his for life. This movie was produced by r. A. Walsh a brother of George. This Pic Ture seems to be a family affair As Mir Iam Cooper in real life the wife of the producer is co starred with George Walsh. The cast is so satisfactory that i give it in full As follows Marla Del Carmen Miriam Cooper Rancho George Walsh her Mother Rosita Murs Tinl i Puso his father James a. Marcus Domingo Katicas Josef Swickard Ramon his son Bertram Grassby Al Capitan Ramirez Noble Johnson Don Fulgencio Adelbert Knott Juan William Eagle Eye the dancer ardelta Milano Pedro Peter Venzuela the Secretary John Eberts Zambrano Kennedy it is an exciting Story with lots of fighting intrigue and everything Eue take a boat which causes him to leave Bebe. I later on Bebe becomes a movie Star and she suffers the mls Fortine of having j a millionaire Hong around All the time. What decs Bebe care for wealth As Long is her heart is with the Sailor lad. The Navy wins. A Jolly sort of a Little picture. We say so. At mister Smith s All week. I i i second week for big Fox movie at Loew s. The Queen of Sheba with Betty Blylie and Fritz Lieber is now in the second and final week of its engagement at Loew s state. This movie has been reviewed at length in this department. It has been magnificently produced and directed along spectacular lines. The Chariot race is the essence of realism on the screen. It is one of the noteworthy events of the screen at Loew s state All week. .1 -1 i Arsene Lupin again the Public. Arsine Lupin known in French Litera Ture As the gentleman Burgin a Nln is on View on a local screen. This time he is the Central figure in "813," n mystery melodrama now at the Isis. Lusted of the Law Hunting Lupin this time he aids the authorities in solving an International problem. The Story concerns a Diamond King who has grown fat on his jewels and his Colt. The Diamond King plans to become the ruler of All Europe. A triple murder mystery including the mysterious murder of the Diamond King. Is the problem that Lupin is called upon to Aid the authorities to solve. Wedgewood Nowell plays the role of Lupin Jle is known on both the stage and the screen. Others in the cast in clude Wallace Berry Kathryn Adana. P. Lockney Ralph Lewis and numerous others. Although 813 is the feature offering it the Isis for the first half of the week. Fresh air a Monte Bank farce also is on the Bill. I i Griffith movie on View at Broadway the current film offering at the Broad Way is d. W. Griffith s the fall of Babylon a spectacular movie which Haa been constructed on a Large scale. Thousands of men and women Are used in the realm where woman reigns keeping House with the hoopers receptacles or in atone crocks with snugly fitting tops. Never throw away a tin Cracker Box. It is always useful. After cheese is Cut wrap in tin foil or in soft unprinted paper and keep in tin or in stoneware. Crusts bits of Toast broken crackers and stale slices of bread should be kept in a dry place until perfectly dry then set in a moderate Over for an hour be fore crushing with a rolling pin. Keep these crumbs in a Glass Jar with a close top. They Are invaluable for breading chops and croquettes and for scallops. Get Large tin boxes for bread and cake. Scald them frequently drying thoroughly in the Sun and have clean dry cloths in which to wrap each fresh Batch of bread and cake. It is an excellent plan to make Cotton bags in which to put lettuce celery to Matoes spinach and other Green things you wish to restore in the refrigerator. The shelves and ice Box Are thus kept clean the est Lents fresh. The bags should be of coarse Light Cotton cloth or cheesecloth and go into the weekly Wash. Keep eggs in a Cool place yet not where they will be liable to freeze. If you store them in Large quantities pack in dry Salt the Small end Down. As an additional precaution grease the shells and pour melted lard upon the Topmost layer of Salt. Wate Glasa is a popular egg preservative and can be purchased at most stores. A tablespoonful each of Lemon juice and Tomato Cal sup a teaspoonful of grated horseradish a Pinch each of Salt and Cayenne Pepper and six drops of Tabasco sauce. Have All very cold and the cock tall or Claret glasses thoroughly chilled before you put five oysters in each and Divide the sauce equally Between them. Lay a slice of Lemon on top of each cock tall. French onion soup. To a quart of Good onion Stock Al Low six Small onions that have been parboiled for ten minutes and a cupful of Fine dry bread crumbs. Let them simmer together for half an hour rub the soup through a colander pressing through As much of the onion As pos sible. Put into a Saucepan. Rub one tablespoonful of butter and two of flour to a Cream and stir into the hot mixture until it thickens. Season with Salt and Pepper add one pint of milk heated in some of the scenes. It is As massive a production As Griffith s intolerance. One of the big scenes is that of an ancient attack upon the Walls of Babylon. A Chariot race and other Pas times of the ancients Are shown in this movie. The cast includes Constance Talnadge Geogre Fawcett Mildred Harris Tully Marshall Alma Rubens Kate Bruce and others of recognised Merit. At the colonial. The feature offering at the colonial this week is Tom Moore and Helene Chadwick in made in heaven. It is s comedy concerning a Young irishman who finds a wife and Fortune in this country. His first Job in this country is that o in fireman. While doing the Rescue stunt he saves Claudia Royce a wealthy society girl. The Rescue stunt results in much activity on the part o cupid. Of course the hero of the Story did consent to save her from an unhappy marriage which her parents was forcing on her. I at the Regent. A double movie Bill is being offered at the Regent this week consisting of a Western movie a Man from nowhere and Clyde Cook in a comedy tue Tor Eador. I i i tiie stage. Alice Brady in forever after a stage play and not a movie will open a three j Day engagement it the Murat tonight j Lille Baker is the chief attraction at b. F. Keith s this week Fred Binder in follies of new York is the current offering at the Park. The feature at the Lyric is the Rose revue devoted to song and dance. The Rialto this week is offering an eight act vaudeville Bill. On thursday night Taylor Holmes in smooth As silk a comedy mystery Drumn opens a three Day engagement at englishes. Mem Yna May marry us Ethel r. Peyser has a Man like this proposed to you symptoms he is a cynic but he thinks you understand him and you re the first woman hers Ever wanted to marry. He says he likes wine men and books and music old but smiles wickedly As he says he likes women Young. You Don t mind these statements from him As he is Able gentle generous witty and lovable. In fact too Many love him. \ 157 prescription to his Bride a b. Study the cynic Calendar and rejoice in his Gal lie wit. Absorb this opinions Are often More vicious than those who hold them. Copyright 1921. A tablespoonful of better and one of flour Salt and Pepper and serve very hot. Cheese salad. Cut two Inch rounds of Cream or Neuchatel cheese one half Inch in thick Ness. And place of Crisp lettuce leaves. Cut the Yolks of two hard boiled egg through the vegetable press and place a i teaspoonful of this yellow powder in the i Center of each round. Serve Mayonnaise or French dressing in a separate bowl. Marshmallow layer cake. Cream a cupful of butter with two cupfuls of sugar and when smooth and i Light add the Well beaten Yolks of six eggs a cupful of milk and two cupfuls of prepared flour alternately with the stiffened Whites of six eggs. If the Bat Ter is too thin add a Little More flour flavor with Vanilla and bake in Laver j tins. ? filling for marshmallow cake dissolve five of gum Amble in a Gill of cold water then stir in a half cupful of powdered sugar until a Little drop in cold water can be rolled into a soft Ball Between the Finger and thumb. Have ready beaten the White Oran egg and Strain the syrup into this beating the stiffened egg constantly As you do so. Flavor with Vanilla and spread upon the cake layers with a knife dipped into boiling water. Boiled cup custards. Heat a quart of milk in a double boiler but do not bring it quite to the Boll. Bent five eggs Light and stir into them half a cupful of sugar. On this mix Ture pour the scalding milk very gradually beating steadily All the time. Re turn to the double boiler and Cook stir ring constantly until the custard is thick enough to coat the spoon. If boiled longer than this it will curdle and Sepa rate. Remove the custard from the fire season with two teaspoonfuls of Vanilla and set aside to Cool. When cold nearly fill glasses or cups with the mixture and Heap with a meringue made by whipping the Whites of two eggs stiff with two tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar. Helpful household hints dried Beans and peas should be kept j in wooden or tin boxes with closed tops or the pretty sets of jars which come purpose. Have can ilsters with tight lids for Coffee and Tea and keep them shut. Cof fee loses strength and flavor when exposed to the air. Tea softens and holds. In buying crackers give the preference to those packed in tin cases. If they come in paper boxes set these in tin puss in boots or. By David Cory of but it was a Fine morning As puss Junior on his Good Gray horses trotted along Mother Goose Road in new Mother Goose land. And How crowded was the Road. Automobiles were thick As berries in june and puss had some difficulty la avoiding a collision. J Dearie me he said aloud this is terrible. Now in Good old Mother Goose land one never was bothered like this i one did t hear a Horn screech on one Side and then on the other. Nor did one have to travel through Clouds of dust. Of dear me and i m sad to say that our Little traveler began to grow very discontented. And the reason for All this crowd was that the county fair was being held that Day and so of course every one was going to it. And so was puss Junior. Yes sir he was going to see the horse races and the prize pigs and the Mam Moth cabbages and the funny Side shows i where the Skeleton Man sits next to the i fat woman and the other freaks look As i solemn As they can at the curious coun i try Folk who buy the tickets. And just then whom should he meet but simple Simon. And then an Airship came sailing by and when the Pilot saw puss Junior he brought his machine Down to Earth close to simple Simon. And then a Little Bird began to sing. And this is the Little Bird who every ones in a while sings these new Mother Goose melodies you read in these stories and some time ism going to Tell who the Little Bird is. Well anyway this is the song she Sang simple Simon met a Fly Man going to the fair said simple Simon to the Fly Man can you Fly anywhere said the Fly Man to simple Simon i Fly High As the sky said simple Simon to the Fly Man my goodness that is High if you should Chance to pass the Moon my Good sir won t you please just Stop on it and get a bit for me of Nice Green cheese my dear simple Simon laughed the aeronaut the Man in the Moon is Only making curds and whey so Ive heard i the cow that jumped Over the Moon is j with him now and he makes no More Green cheese. Simple Simon opened his Mouth very wide but he did t say anything. You see it took him quite a while to think but while he was thinking he always opened his Mouth so As to be ready when the idea came to him and just then something happened but what it was you must wait to hear until the next Story for there is no More room in this one. Copyright 1921. Mummy ousted from show As real Jonah Sioux Falls s. D., nov. 7.a mum my advertised As that of John Wilke Booth who assassinated Abraham Lin Coln proved a Jinx for a Large carnival show company which left the Black Hills for Eastern South Dakota after a strange series of mishaps Here. On entering the Black Hills the train was wrecked and one or two persons were killed. While the company was in the Black Hills a tent was blown Down daring a storm. Injuring several show attaches and members of the audience and when it was leaving the Black Hills in the midst of heavy Rains another wreck was narrowly averted. The Story of the Jinx As related by a member of the carnival show company la like this about eight months ago anew at traction joined the caravan. It was sup posed to be the mummified body of John Wilkes Booth. When the Carol Cal com Pany was on the Pacific coast last Winter the crowds paid their Money to enter the tent and gaze upon the leathery Raisin like face of what was once a Man and purported to be the body of the Assassin. Then one Day after the series of mis fortunes in the Black Hills someone mentioned that there had been More wrecks More accidents More bad Luck happening to the whole company since the Mummy had joined the show than before. Gradually the feeling spread like the Bible Story of Jonah and the Mummy wag finally publicly branded a the Jonah of the shows. A committee waited on the manage ment declaring a strike unless his mum my ship was ousted. The committee had the backing of nearly the entire person Nel and so the management yielded. Out went the Mummy bag and baggage. Now the members of the company Are waiting to see if Good Fortune will return. 4

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