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Indianapolis News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1916, Indianapolis, IndianaThe Indianapolis news monday december 18, 1916. / / entire second. Floor s e. Lome Illinois and Washington st. Purchases made this week will be charged As Jan. 1st if requested. Important values in Holiday furs at 20% reduction and Murat is crowded to hear a the Messiah Quot handels great oratorio is Given in impressive manner. Work of soloists praised Rich fur trimmed apparel at one fourth off former prices a the gift luxurious to these reduction sales come at an opportune time for no gift is More Welcome than the practical gift and the acknowledged luxury of Langen apparel makes useful gifts doubly appreciated. New arrivals Beautiful dresses and gowns fancy silk petticoats Dainty blouses i Mimi a higher courts record. Cour by Prymk court minutes. 0122. Horace Zimmerman a it mini Trator is. Laura j. Ferguson. Marion p. C. Appellants motion to dismiss Appeal. 23114. Lake Sand company a. Exr a. Evan b. Stota Enburg. Attorney general. I Ala s. C. Appellee s petition for time which is granted including december 24, 1916. Appellee a briefs. 23163. Henry r. Grow is. Arnos Daulmon. It Al. Jasper c. C. Appellant s petition for time. 231t1. Henry p. Scherer is. State of Indiana. Allen c. C. Appellant s briefs. �?~�2992. George a Kirkpatrick it Al is. Ells Worth Hunt drainage commissioner. Howard c. C. Appellants reply briefs. Supreme court new suit. 23190. Gene Williams is. State of Indiana. Delaware c. C. Record. Assignment of errors. Notices served below. Submitted under Rule 19. Appellate court minutes. 95k7. The town of French lick is. Lillie Allen. Washington c. C. Appellee a briefs on petition for rehearing. 9646. Ice a. Rumsey is. Agnes r. Yount it Al. Montgomery c. C. Appellee a additional authorities. 9743. Halle Dave Asp a. Harley Dustin it Al. Martin c. C. Appellee so Brief. A 9697. Kingan amp co., limited is. Haughty Buford. Industrial Board. Appellants request for Oral argument. Appellants briefs on motion to dismiss. Following the custom established in Indianapolis at the Christmas season five years ago. Handels a Messiah Quot was presented at the Murat theater yesterday afternoon by the people s chorus and the Indianapolis orchestra fro i the earliest times music has been intimately associated with religious worship and sentiment. And it is fitting that the approach of christmastide should be re it cognized by the presentation of this impressive oratorio. As a proof that this custom has met with a warm response yesterdays audience filled the theater and Many persons were compelled to stand. There was generous applause for the work of the chorus arid orchestra under the Baton of Edward Bailey Birge. And for that of the soloists mrs. Helen Warrum Chappell Soprano mrs. Glenn o. Friermood contralto Paul Hyde Davies Tenor and Charles e. Lutton. Bass. The chorus was Well balanced and Sang with excellent tone meeting Many of the climaxes with splendid effect. There were times when there seemed to be a Lack of sympathy Between the orchestra and its conductor but the work As a whole was a creditable performance. Wonderful work. The which was not Given yesterday in it entirety is one of the most wonderful works of its class and no other oratorio has enjoyed such enduring popularity. It is divided into two parts the first dealing with the foretelling of the Messiah by the prophets and the celestial announcement heralding his birth and the reception of the a tidings of great it opens with a Short grave overture of a few Majestic chords followed by a fugal movement. Into the solemn anticipation steals the Tenor recitative and aria a Comfort be my people a which is one of the few opportunities Given for the Tenor voice. Or. Davies a Mellow voice of sympathetic Quality was admirably suited to these lines. He Sang them with appealing tenderness and displayed excellent breath control. This was followed by the first of the splendid choruses. A and the glory of the lord shall be aria for Bass. Awe of the approaching supreme one is made vocal in a great Bass aria shaken with agitation a but who May abide the Day of his coming a in the singing of which or. Dutton displayed splendid enunciation. The Story of the nativity begins with a contralto recitative by the Sweet Melody of the chorus a ooh thou that Tell eat Good tidings to splendid Opportunity is again Given the Bass in a second recitative and aria followed by the Climax of the first part in the impressive chorus a for unto us a child is through which ring the great names of the a Messiah a a a Counselor and a Prince of this glorious tumult is succeeded by a tranquil pastorale symphony based on a theme which Handel remembered hearing in his youth. A series of graphic recitative ther tells the sudden appearance of the Angel of the lord. These were Sung by mrs. Chappell whose voice of wonderful purity and clearness was Well chosen for the Deprano parts which included also aeolian Hall is the Best place to buy your piano $700 before Christmas Liberal terms the baby grand masterpiece built for the Home As a rare old violin made by Stradivarius compares to other violins so does the Weber compare to other pianos. In the Weber is expressed the ideals the artistic capability and the productive Power of the world wide aeolian organization. The Weber is a pianoforte masterpiece the musical excellence of which has the impressive Power of a Fine Strong personality. The baby grand models of the magnificent p i a n o f o Rte the Weber Are strikingly Beautiful. They Are very compact occupy Only Small floor space but still retain All the wonderful lavish tone of the Large Weber pianoforte. In Many music rooms in Homes in Indianapolis where a Large pianoforte could be used you will find the Weber baby grand it is in no Wise for use Only in limited City apartments. During Christmas week especially we invite you to inspect this wonderful baby grand now on display in the Art room of aeolian Hall. While you Are downtown tomorrow be sure to see it. Open evenings All this week the aeolian company 237 North Pennsylvania Street you re always Welcome at aeolian Hall a rejoice greatly o daughter of Zion a following the doxology. A glory to god in the mrs. Friermood Sang with Beautiful effect the recitative. A ctn in shall the eyes of the Blind be and a the shall feed his flocks like a Shepherd a the most Beautiful contralto Arias in the oratorio. These were followed by a touching Soprano aria a come unto him Allye that part the most marvelous passages of the oratorio Are found in the second part. There is an affecting Tenor recitative and aria. A the rebuke hath broken my heart and a behold and see if there be and sorrow like unto his sorrow a which was Sung with such tenderness that the Aud Fence broke into vigorous applause. Here also is the favorite Bass aria a Why do the nations so furiously rage a which or. Lutton Sang with spirit. A sublimely pathetic contralto aria. A the was despised and rejected of men Quot and an especially Beautiful Soprano aria a i know that my redeemer liveth a Are also found in this part which also includes the three great choruses a behold the Umb of god a a lift up your Heads o be Gates Quot and the celebrated a hallelujah it was Sung yesterday with stirring effect the entire audience rising and remaining standing. It e dead of heart disease Active in Indianapolis for Many years in politics. Well known business Man Frederick c. Grossart. Age sixty one senior member of the firm of Grossart amp Gale died at 8 o clock this morning at his Home at 781 West drive in Woodruff place after a Brief illness. Heart disease was the Caile. Or. Grossart came to Indianapolis in 1s78, first working As a Printer on the German daily Telegraph and Tribune. He had been in business for the last thirty Street car lines in Massachusetts ave. Tied up. Flames damage a bakery fire Early today in an air Shaft in the William m. Schittman bakery at 361 Massachusetts Avenue resulted in a suspension of traffic on Street car lines in Massachusetts Avenue for at least fifteen minutes and thou winds of persons were delayed in reaching the downtown District it was the second fire within two Days in the same Block and both times traffic was badly tied up. The flames communicated to the Brandt apartments but there was no panic. Women who live in the Flat explained that they had Quot become used to the fire was quickly controlled by the firemen. The loss was estimated at $100. Explanation of delay. Asked today to explain what was termed unnecessary delay in reopening the Street to Street car traffic while the Massachusetts Avenue Are was in Progress firemen put it up to the Street car company asserting that the company was responsible for the laying of Quot jumper rails a in Case of fire. An official of the Street car company said that Quot jumper rails Are held in readiness for fires at the Pratt Street bams and at the Louisiana Street barns Ali that the it Are rushed to the scene of a lire As rapidly As motor truck or wreck cars can take them there. Car jumped track. Explaining the traffic delay today an official said that the Quot jumper rails Quot were sent to the scene. On the Massachusetts Avenue Side the first car that started Over the rails jumped the track and Cut a Hose line. This caused additional trouble the official said. Of the Alabama Street Side fire apparatus was placed on the car tracks the official said. Firemen refused to move the Wagon when called on to do so so that traffic might be opened. A fire Captain later gave permission to company men to move the Wagon and then traffic proceeded. Department buy. Complaint because of traffic delay at the fire saturday morning was not justified traction company officials said. The Quot jumper rails Quot were taken to the scene sorted Ald quickly As pm Sable. They Asa number of fires kept the department Busy yesterday and today. Most of them were Small roof blazes due to Sparks from chimneys. Daily vital statistics. Marriage licenses. Fred Wirtz and Emma Koechlin. Thomas p. Bradley and Tillie b. Palmer Hogan e. Harden and Marv Carter a a Mph m Casorla and Mathild Farash. The a us y r�l5110�nd Fynch a Madison. Isom hoi Faker and Sadie Robin Edward Richey and Lola Brown. Harold w. Hudson and Audra l Beck so is Ley and Mary c Rhoades. Robert p. Holt and Minnie b. Bourke j. C. Johnston and Marie Albert Raloh a. Newby and Nellie Clemons. Safford Black and Mary Byrd Charlee Eaton and Edith m. Hounshell c. S. Wherry and Maud m. Swan. Sam c. Hodden and Sarah e4 Winterhalter. Harvey Miller and Dorothy Koch. Edward Hughes and Mary a. Williams 5darlm Matthews and Lucille e. Jenkins. Fred g. Wagner and Goldie m. Sparks. Birth returns. Henry and Dora Sexton 1020 e. Washington boys twins. A James and Annie Sanders 3s14 e. Thirtieth boy. Raymond and Ruth mama urls. 2142 Boulevard place girl. Nick and Mary Presecan. 614 w. Maryland boy. A Charles and Othelia Lumberger 15 Carson boy. Harry and Lula Gray. 133 n. Richland boy David and May Southgate. 316 n. Dearborn girl. Arvel and Esther Dale 4s4 w. Twenty sixth girl. John and Mary Mooney 412 n. Delaware girl. Charles and Mary Spann 151 e. Fall Creek Boulevard girl. Alfred and Edna Nooe 1321 w. Twenty third. Boy. I Carl and Ruthe Brinson 2340 Hoyt. Girl. Arthur and Sallie Delly. 844 n. Gray boy. Rosa and Pallone keys 801 n. Temple girl. James and Lucile Lemmer 1146 Brookside boy. Raymond and May Shipley. 193s Hillside boy. Arthur and Anna Flagg. 127 Butler girl. Dono and Onida Lynch. 529 n. King. Boy. Death returns. John Moore. 1 Jno nth. 44 s. Denny acute engorgement of the liver. Helen Blankenship. 7 years 521 w. Fortieth optic angina. George Eitel 35 years 251 Caven Lobar pneumonia. Noll Hardrick. 27 years City Hospital pulmonary tuberculosis. Janie Hunter. 60 years 1115 Fayette acute cardiac dilatation. Albert Cook. 68 years. 551 Highland drive pulmonary tuberculosis. Julia dads. 13 years. 1350 n. Delaware pernicious anaemia. Theodore Murry. 47 years City Hospital pulmonary tuberculosis. Forest Taylor 6 years 2161 Northwestern diphtheria. Clarence Hellmer. 26 years 1348 n. Illinois cardiac dilatation. William Shook 78 years 3940 e. Twenty sixth. Gastro enter colitis. Catherine Bensinger 78 years. 17s3 Lambert arteriosclerosis. Nicholas Poland 64 years 821 Arbor cerebral Haemorrhage. Thomas Baggs 62 years. Methodist Hospital cerebral Haemorrhage infant Harry Sexton 1020 e. Washington premature. Infant Harold Saxton. 4 hours 1090 e. Washington premature. Orlanda Ealand 76 rears. 217 Oxford acute dysentery Catherine Cahill 4 years 654 w. Twenty sixth. Diphtheria. M aha la Cline. 73 years. 60 s. Summit colitis. Artists 8teinsbrustky. 49 years City Hospital acute dilatation of heart a Ollie Franklin. 31 years. 1617 Madison pulmonary tuberculosis. Lilly Phillips 53 years. 2830 Park cancer. Mehetable Vanbuskirk. 85 years 290 Burgess chronic interstitial nephritis. Agnes of Rock. 19 years City Hospital eclampsia Elisabeth Moore. 2$ ears. Deaconess Hospital Volvulus of the ileum. Amanda Rubush. 85 years 114 Linwood cerebral Haemorrhage. Infant Brandes 1 hour 518 e. Morris difficult delivery. Building permit. O. J. Smith Furnace. 174 n Illinois. J100 e. M. A amp Greaton garage. 16 n. Brookville $100 e. L. Osbon. Addition 401 s. Warman. $1,000. H. C. Miller repair. 1307 Kappee $75. Board of works routine. Primary assessment Rolls approved. Vacation Tecumseh st., from st. Clair top to st. Brick Roadway Chesapeake st., from Illinois st. To first Alley East of Illinois st. Opening Tecumseh st., from st. Clair to Pratt Sta f. C. Grossart. Years the last eleven in the wholesale liquor business. He was widely known in Indianapolis and was a member of Many German societies. Or. Grossart was born in Odenheim any Glann. Germany july 6, 1855, and came to the United states in 1869 Kwh his parents. He Learned his Trade As Printer under Joseph pulitzer on the old st. Louis Post. He was Active in Indianapolis for Many years in democratic politics and was a member of the Indiana legislature in 1892. Organizations to which he belonged included the benevolent protective order of elks the knights of Cosmos and the knights and ladies of Honor. He also was actively identified with a number of Indianapolis charities. The widow and one son Charles Grossart survive in addition to two Brothers Gustave and Charles Grossart of Belleville. 111., and three Sisters. Miss Rena Grossart. Of Belleville mrs. Jennie Haller. Of Indianapolis and miss m. S. Grossart. Of Cleveland. O. Will ask juvenile court to probe child marriages police learn Story of weddings of two girls Ages 14 and 16, As result of shooting. The juvenile court will be called on by the police to investigate a condition that was brought to their attention yesterday by the shooting of Stoin Onisch a foreigner. 43 South West Street. Onisch was shot in the leg by his brother in Law Carl Christoff when he went to Christ offs Home 907 Goodlet Avenue to recover his wife. During the investigation of the shooting the police Learned the Story of the marriage of two american girls both Well under Tho age limit provided by Law to the two men. One of the two daughters of the family Hazel age sixteen had married Onisch. Her sister Maud age fourteen had married Christoff. Onisch told the police that the Mother of the girls. Mrs. Hazel Epperson who lives with the Christ offs had assisted her daughters to become the wives of the foreigners. The woman was arrested by the police charged with a statutory offence. Another foreigner found in the Christoff Home was arrested on the same charge. He gave his name As Vera Secrist. Mrs. Onisch said she married Onisch several months ago. She did not like his Mode of life she said and left him. Yesterday Onisch went to the Christoff Home and after attempting to break Down the doors was shot in the leg. He was taken to the City Hospital. Louis Holweg it Al. To City investment company lots is and 14, has selmants addition 187%x272% feet improved about heat Comer Meridian and thirty eighth its .$17.876 00 William a. Evans to Macy w Malott lot 31, Allen amp roots North addition 40x155 feet improved West Side Delaware at., South of nineteenth st 6.000 00 Security Trust company trustee to Burns realty company lot 62, Blue Ridge addition. 47x130 feet vacant North Side Hampton drive West of Kenwood ave. 1,425 00 Elsie a. Judd to Sarah i. Bonar lot 3. Lesley place addition 65%x�? feet vacant Southwest Side Lowell ave. West of Audubon Road. 1,300 00 Spann amp co., to Christian p. George it us. Lot 71, Addison Terrace. Wayne township. 285 00 Arthur v. Brown to Oscar Stutesman lot 129, Western Heights Wayne township. 450 00 John f. Findley to Harry l. Moore part lot 3, Chambers subdivision lots 1, 2 and 3. Ritter a addition 50x�? feet. Improved West Side Ritter ave., South of Michigan st. 1 00 National investment company to s. A. Mark lot 12. Bosart heirs addition. 40x168 feet vacant East Side Bosart ave., North of new York st. 27 76 crate d Bowen to same same lot l 00 Aaron o. Hill to d. B. Lester lots 48. 49 and 57, Merritt place. 35x120 feet each. Improved West Side Traub ave., North of Michigan st. 6,510 00 Charles b. Riley to Indianapolis securities co. Part lot 9, Han Way amp Hannah soak Hill vacant South of Twenty fifth st., West of Dubois it. 1 00 Elsie g. Flynn to William Gehring. Lot 5, mortis subdivision part out lot 12, 30x1144 feet improved West of White River North of Washington Street. 500 00 Joseph h. Hilgenberg to Emery w. Harrell lot 21. Northcroft 40x feet vacant East Side College ave., North of forty seventh st. 1 00 Frances l. Kunkle to Continental realty company part Southeast Quarter Section 21, township 16. Range 3. 6.69 acres. Wayne township. 15.000 00 Leppo d. Buenting to same lot 8. Brown s subdivision Square 13, 47%x 302% feet improved West Side Capitol ave., South of Michigan st. 1 00 Owen g. Albert to Helen Cabioc. Lot 99. Newman s Oak Park. 35x140 feet. Improved West Side Holloway ave., South of Lawrence st. 1 00 William j. Thisselle to Wllliam f. Cuffel st ux., lot 5, mock 3. Fleming s North Park. 41x131 feet improved East Side Park ave., South of thirtieth st. 4.500 00 Peter pan apartment company to Mary h coffin part lots s3 and 84. Marion Highlands improved South Side thirty eighth st. East of Broadway. 17,000 00 Minnie Neustadt it Al to David Krie Ger. Part lot 19. Mccarty a subdivision outlet 116 etc., 21x184% Newman s Oak Park 50x�? feet Ira Roosevelt aves. 1 no Cruse realty company to same same 1 00 Marlon e. Maxwell to j. E. Robins South half lot 23. Bright it Al. Subdivision outlet 155, 17%xij0 feet improved. West aide Bright st. South of North st. 1 0� Joseph n. Godsey to Indiana savings and investment company lot 2. Newman soak Park. 50x�? feet improved. Northeast Comer Hillside and Roosevelt aves. L 00 Edward Small to Wilbur m. Small it ux., lot 70. Long amp Harlan a pleasant ave. Addition. 40x103% feet improved. West Side Harlan st. North of Orange st. 1.350 00 Perry e. Powell to William n. Thompson. Part rot 12. Block 2. North Park. 80x86 feet. Improved a uth East Corner Illinois and thirty second Sta. 1 00 transfers 24 consideration. $72,134 76 beginning thursday open evenings garters in f \ n c y garters Black and colors. 98c, 40c and. Pm v Garter elastic special a Yard 25c and. 25c Elas 30c 306-312 e. Wash. St. Just East of courthouse. 25 to Combs cas4u e Combs Dainty Stone settings 4 q 25c Tow Ntxo fan y ii arrettes and hairpins 98c attractive neckwear a Dainty gift suggestion a hand e m h r o i d e h k d Georgette crepe to _ a collars 1.50 and Dol a Plain he stitched Georgette crepe or crepe de Chine collars in Steno and Uoc 1 a Broadcloth and flannel collars some Are hand embroidered $1.98 and in a Down by degrees j Broadcloth Collar Ano i ctr of sets round or Square Vij collars $1.08, $1.50 98c a Swiss and Organ die col a Lars lace trimmed or embroil Evv a ered round or Square a a Choice. Silk and Muslin underwear silk Corset cd of act ers. White or flesh i v Dainty lace trimmed 92.4s and some $75�?o As Low As. Silk Corset covers in flesh embroidered with French knots special at. $1.25 $1.98 silk e x v Chemise. White lace $4.9n and some As Low As silk gowns shirred or lace trimmed will make Beautiful Christmas <34 a a gifts $5.98 and �ihb��/0 a l. Philippine hand-emft>l401a#glieii gowns and envelope Chemise special $2.98 just a few of the Many useful gifts for men solid Gold top Scarf pins with Stone settings $ 8c 49c cuff links Gold front 98c and. Solid Gold Clef links. 82.30 to. Tie clasps Gold front Sqq a 49c solid Gold tie clasps. 81.98 and. Coat chains Gold plated 49c to. Waldemar chains Gold plated 49c to. Watch fobs Gold �sj4 to plated. #3.50 to. �5.170 ribbon fobs with Gold qom a plated slides 49c Tovrov plated clutch Sqq a pencils. Vifot. Silk for in hand ties Holiday boxes free 50c 25c 49c $3.50 $1.50 $1.50 $2.50 59c 50c menus shirts menus dress shirts big selection. Sof t or laundered cuffs si.50. #1.00. 79c. 09c. 50e and. Menus silk shirts new colourings. With Satin stripes. Do Fajr #5.95 menus Wool shirts in Navy Gray. Tan or Brown #2.95. #2.45. #1.05. #1.75. In #1.50. #1.25 and Wool scarfs dark color Sqq grecian Borders of \ silk mufflers in Plain colors or stripes. 50c$1.50 menus suspenders or leather belts 25c to. Men s handkerchiefs i Plain or initial re washable Cape g l o a e s. Plain or stitched backs i h -#1.25 to. Ill i Auto gloves lined a join or unlined #1.00 to. Menus socks Black and in colors. Loc to.,. Out menus sweater Coats our special. #1.25 a it a 0 menus Cardigan jackets regular and extra sizes jul or # t.45 to. ©4.�jd silk Boot Hose pure thread silk Black White and Kip Cohorst lev Wayne knit pure thread silk Hose in Black White Sqq a and colors Oil bargain table 25c j l menus silk four in hand ties in Christmas boxes 35c value. Boudoir Caps embroidered Swiss Marquisette and silk combination lace and ribbon trimmed put up in Christmas Box Choice. 25c sleeveless vests with pretty lace yokes or taped neck 25c to. 98c j l Kayser venetian silk vests White Pink or Blue. $1.69 useful gifts for girls warm Winter Coats a splendid gathering of Natty styles to choose Aronof such popular fabrics As Seal Plush Quot Zibelin. Corduroy Wool velour Astra Khan Cheviot Chinchilla Bou Cle and Novelty mixtures belted and flared styles in All the wanted col ors including Black Ages 6 to 14 years. Popular prices. $3.9s, $ i.9s, $5.9n, up $9.98 a Complete line of stylish Coats sizes 2 to 6 years All the latest models and colors 1.08. 2.48, 2.08, <c7 4q 2.08, 4.08 to. Dolls lifelike Chara it Khz dolls 25c, 40c, Ose Ajo no up to character d o l is dressed in Indian Cowboy Sailor boy dutch boy and girl Soldier boy and Clown cos Sqq a Tumes. Nov a fur set will Delight the girls pretty fur sets in Tractive and appropriate fur so a Sable Money White Angora White Lambswool White Tibet Ermine australian the various at Squirrel Tiger Coney White Iceland Fox combination furs etc., in children a and misses sizes at popular prices per set 98c $1.25 $1.48 $1.98 upward to $7.48 Market shoppers will find or Alabama Street Entrance very convenient. Just across from Market Saloon keeper is fined bartender and Porter testify they were cleaning up on sunday. Herman Bloomberg Saloon keeper at 1656 English Avenue was fined $10 and costs today in City court on a charge of violating Section 3 of the Nicholson Law. He was arrested sunday december 10 after the police had found his bartender and Porter in the licensed room. William gamer the bartender testified they were cleaning up. Taylor Groninger. Attorney for Bloomberg asked gamer whether the police department had not known previous y that the bartender and the Porter usually cleaned up the Saloon on sunday. Garner replied he Quot supposed they the Case of Thomas a Asey charged with violating Section 3 of the Nicholson Law was taken under advisement for a week he was slated on the charge As the Licensee of a Saloon at Harrison and Shelby streets. He told the court he had sold his interest in the License to Frank Judd several months ago. Fire escapes demanded at Lyons. V special to the Newa Lyons ind., december state building inspector has condemned steins Hall until fire escapes and other safety devices Are provided. The High school building also was condemned for the Lack of fire escapes both buildings will be equipped according to the Law. Tells ministers of plans the Rev. M. C. Pearson Speaks on Baptist evangelistic Campaign. The Rev. Morton c. Pearson Secretary of the Indianapolis Church federation was the speaker today at a meeting of the Indianapolis Baptist ministers association at the Woodruff place Baptist Church. He outlined the plans made for the City wide Baptist evangelistic program january 7 to 28, 1917. The first week will be devoted to prayer in the Baptist churches and the remaining two weeks to an evangelistic Campaign. The Rev. Thomas j. Owen pastor of the South Street Baptist Church presided and the Rev. J. Drover Forward pastor of the Woodruff place Baptist Church was the Secretary. Pastors who attended told of the plans for the Campaign that have been made at their churches. The women of the Woodruff place Church served a dinner at noon. Pensions for Indian ans. Special to the Indianapolis news Washington december 18.�?pensions of $12 have been granted Emily ii. Knapp Indianapolis Millie f. Taylor Birdseye Margaret Tucker Lagro Inez e. Pas water Jeffersonville Kate Jolly Evansville Emma a. Gasper Westfield Mary e. Brown. Indianapolis Cynthia a. Use Don Hartford City Minnie e. Hunter Indianapolis. Pensions of $20 have been granted Barbara Siebert Tell City Harriet a. Goodhue Brazil and Mary a. Bloss Muncie. My Donald tax fixed. Other action by judge Bash in probate court the inheritance taif in the estate of mrs. Josephine Mcdonald widow of former United senator Joseph a Mcdonald has been fixed at i judge Mahlon e. Bash in probate tour. In accordance with an appraisement in it by John c. Mccloskey inheritance appraiser for Marlon county the Esta is valued at $100.317.91, of which $77,c25 a real estate. Special by Mill Amo $16,927.50. The residue of Tho estate consists of life estates held by three relatives and will go to the Indianapolis Home for aged and infirm women on the death of the three heirs. The estate of Andrew Hagen who was president of the Home brewing company was taxed $2.211.07. The real estate was appraised by act Sloskey at $14/100 and the personal property at $189,613. Of Whu a a $83,000 was represented by Stock in the Home brewing company. Three a nildred and the heirs of two deceased children share the estate. Judge Bash has made an allowance of $300 to mrs. Loretta Fuller 2165 South met a radian Street for personal services to Samuel Warden whose death occurred january 29, 1915. Mrs. Fuller asked for $1,600. Mrs. Sarah m. Springer has fixed a claim against the estate for $6.440 Tor similar services and mrs. Viola Armstrong has filed a claim for neither of these claims has yet been considered by the court. Haags Cut Price drugs a Sample of difference in regular and Haag s prices every Day this and next week in the seven Haag he Steea everything fresh genuine of the highest purity and beat Quality direct from the manufacturer and set to the con Anmer at wholesale Price Lui 9,t4 7 Lor 25 paste. 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Powder 1.23 a area or la Lielot Pond. 84 �?�1.23 Asur a or la i Refl v dec. 8 1 �?�1.23 Der klan \ Eyrtal so Boc Der kiss face powder 45. 85c Dier Kisa Talcum. 75c plan Audi a Lilac vegetal 59, 80c sempre Glov Tae is. 25c Woodbury s facial soap .4 it Ioc palmolive soap 8c. 2 , Ioc physician a Surg. Soap 4 for 25c Loe Sunman a veg. Soap a for., in 26c Parker Star soap i 25. Catt Rura soap .�1 16c italian Castile soap. 1 50r milk magnesia 39c. 1 or my beet. Wine Aad Iron .7 a 26. Malt to Trine 19c 3 far 75c Mellon n Pood. Amp of Horlyck a a malted milk. S1.uo Horlyck a a malted milk 7ft,. S3.75 Horlyck a a malted Muy 2.08 Haag drug stores 112 n. Pennsylvania st. 02 Massachusetts Aye. S3 South Illinois Street Cornet Maryland 27 s. Illinois Street a a 156 n. Illinois Street Indianapolis ind. A 107 w. Washington st 55 Virginia ave

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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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