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Indianapolis Star, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Indianapolis, IndianaThe Star Friday May 23 1019 the highest talking machine in the world instrument w Quality As instrument is of marvelous i tonal Beauty and is supremo among phonographs for Graceful handsome design lines and for Richness and perfection of Sical expression the Sonora which plays All disc records perfectly without extra is prices to Charles Mayer co West Washington Street established 1840 la All graduates additional names just Given out Complete list at state institution commencement june 11 address will be delivered by or George l Burr of Cornell University All millinery reduced one half Miller s millinery and Corset shop 835 North Illinois St m 4170 open evenings till o clock f Cray s Sale Hereford cattle bring fancy prices at Orchard Lake Stock farm bulls average cows show an average of for two leave for Indianapolis Sale to the Indianapolis Kentland ind Ren t Sale of toe Hereford cattle closed this afternoon at his Orchard Lake Stock farm near Here the total sales for two Days the average Price for bulls was and Price for cows was Wallace Good of Kansas City paid the highest Price a cow Donald lass bringing buyers were Here from Many states in the Union Ami from Canada nearly All left Here this evening for Indianapolis to attend the Fox Sale there tomorrow or Mccray waa Host at a banquet held Here last night and judge Liam Darroch was toastmaster the speakers included prof g i Christie first assistant Secretary of agriculture t Stokely of Birmingham Ala r j Kinzer Secretary of the Hereford association George Ade Brook ind j c Williams Washington Thomas Clark i j o Cominsky Kas and Dean Skinner Purdue University list of sales the Complete list of sales today was As Lizzie Farmer to Frank Evanston 111 Carrie Fairfax to William Gallaway Waterloo la Sylvia Fairfax to Adam Sheetz Fin o Fairfax to Frank Mccullough Evanston 111 lady Fairfax to m l Warmworth Mason City Iii Bonny Fairfax to Frank Evanston 111 Frisky Gem to n e Reading a perfect maid to j e Thompson in Lillian Fairfax to Wallace Good Kansas to Fairfax to August Johnson bpm la to Ferguson Canby Pearl Fairfax 2d to son ind Stella Fairfax to William Galloway la Rosewood Fairfax to b e Bellamy Saskatchewan v Diana Fairfax to a e Parrish Reading a Ferguson Bros by Minn miss Fairfax to Frank Mccullough Iii Castor a for infants and children in use for Over 30 years always bears the signature of what i la Tell you sunday an Page u Helen Fairfax to Frank Bellamy rear Saskatchewan Mabel Fairfax to William Galloway Waterloo la Silvia Fairfax to e e Bellamy rear l Fairfax to j v Hill head o Eunice Fairfax to Ferguson Bros by Minn Luella Fairfax to Ferguson Bros by Minn 52.000 Isabella Fairfax to Frank Mccollough Evanston 111 Amelia Fairfax to Frank Mccullough Evanston 111 lady Fairfax to j l Williams Vale s d Rosa d to w l Mason City 111 Vera Fairfax to William Galloway a la Una Fairfax to Frank Evanston lady Hortense to Enoch farm miss Flora to e e Bellamy Saskatchewan Belle to w l Ainsworth Mason City 111 lady Curtis to Ferguspn Bros Canby Minn Vernice to John Coaldale Alberta Canada Bracell o 6 Kansas City Sunshine to Kins Donald i to Wallace Good Sas City to miss perfect Iii to Frank Mccollough 111 to Marlon Armentrout la Anoka to Frank Mccollough Evanston 111 Mary Katherine ii to j e Hill head 0 Rose Standard to w a Wilke son Sullivan ind to Ferguson Bros Canby Minn lady Tulip to w b Reading a Donald to e e Bellamy sear Saskatchewan for Donald lass Donald lass Iii to Wallace Good Sas City Teresa Gomez to Frank Mccollough Evanston ill Bonnie Belle to w l Ainsworth Mason 111 Iii to j b Hill head o Fortune Iii to Joe Wicher Webster s d Forn real to Maiden son Tama la miss Weston to Frank Mccollough Evanston 111 Onaway real to w l Ainsworth Mason City 111 Mary Dale to j b Hill Roundhead o 500 Mary ii to j b Hill Roundhead o lass to Jook son Downing Sissie to Frank Mccollough Evanston 850 Folly s Queen to Smith Bros Lassie to Frank Mccollough to Frank Mccollough to j l Williams Dale s d Dora ii to Frank Mccollough xviii to j p Tyler Pierre perfection to August la to the Indianapolis Bloomington ind May Complete list of the students who will receive degrees at the Ninetieth annual commencement of Indiana University on june 11 was announced today from the University office the annual festivities will open May 29 when the annual Phi Beta Kappa scholarship fraternity Ner will be Given in the student ing or Frank b Wynn of will give the baccalaureate address sunday evening june 8 at the Campus theater Day is tuesday june 10 classes which were graduated in the years ending in 4 and 9 will hold reunions the annual alumni dinner will in the student building the Loving cup will be awarded the commencement address to tie class of 1919 will be delivered by or George l Burr of Cornell University president William Lowe Bryan Confer the de Grees a list of Bachelor of arts graduates was announced in the Indianapolis Star in a dispatch from this City several weeks ago the remainder of the list of those upon degrees will be conferred which is herewith published for the first time Bachelor of science Home Margaret Louise Carter Frances Burnham Mcmath Walter Allen Warsaw oohs Alvis Orleans Sidney s Aronson Indianapolis Andrew Bickel Remington Stanley Mcclure Casey Austin Ida Cole Marshfield Manuel Jose Bloomington h Cox Morocco Milton Davis new Albany Donald Sloan dryer Indianapolis John Oliver Eiler Bert Edward Ellis Heaston Eurit Hall w is James Call freed Orleans Fred g Gifford Indianapolis Weldon Armean gift Converse Myron Sidney Harding Lawrence e Henderson Foster James Hudson Paris crossing Wesley Merle Elwood Hobart Charles Keever Kempton Joseph Erie Kilrnan Indianapolis a Kopp Rockport Walter Paul Adeline Ferra Tell City Haney Lee Murdock Bippus Byron Nixon Farmland Wynn Spencer Owen Elwood Lyman r Edwardsport Bryce Byrum Reeve Indianapolis Carl Christian Indianapolis Thomas Frederick Rentz Alfredo Rivera Mexico p i Hobart Rogers Rochester Joseph Howe Benjamin Elmer Shook Auburn William Henry Spieth Jefferson Vine Jacob Victor Spauer Jasper l Forest Swank North Manchester Walter Claude Thomas Anderson Verne l Turley new London Homer Louis Wales Franklin Wendell James Washburn Anderson Paul Hobart Wilson Logansport Bachelor of Laws Henry Elliott Blattman Las vegas n m Cochran p i Joseph Charles Hook Gary Lertie Madison Ralph keys Lowder Clarence Russell men Abb Goodland Alejandro Jose Sampanga p i Alfredo Ramos p i Clyde Warwick Reed Bloomington George Byron Shenk Kokomo Fred Fred August Wiecking Bluffton Clarence Edwin Wilkinson Rockport Marshall Williams master of arts Helen Hunt Andrews a b Indianapolis Eunice Asbury a b Indiana Coalmont Graham Andrew a b in Diana Bloomington David Clark Cor a b Hanover col Madison Ashley Deane a b Indiana Oaktown Martha Livingstone Denny a b in Diana Torre haute mrs James t a b University of Indianapolis Henrietta Hepburn a b Indiana uni Helen Hare pm b University of Gerald Fidelia Kompf a b Indiana Jasper Margaret Louise a b Oxford College for Otterbein Charles Handschy Money a b in Diana Frankfort Dotson Nelson b s Sippi Clinton miss Edna Glover Nowland a b Indiana seeks to make phone company obey mandate Seymour ind May com plaint prepared by the Indiana Public service commission in which it that the Seymour Mutual Telephone company be fined for failure to comply with a commission order to build an additional Telephone line Between Seymour and Crothersville was Day in the Jackson circuit court the company was recently Given permission to charge 5 cents per three minutes Call Between Here and Crothersville with the understanding that its present service would be augmented Harry c Brake found guilty in arson charge Seymour ind May c Brake 60 years old Indianapolis Day was found guilty in the Jackson circuit court on a charge of arson con in connection with the Tion by fire of a store building which owned at Clear Spring Jackson county he was to serve from two to fourteen years in the state prison at Michigan Tho Tion was assisted by evidence procured by the state marshal s office Sis says my too particular but she agrees with no Corn flakes like Post Toa sties school principal is Back after being held by huns c Delbert Stephenson Bedford Ini May Stephenson medical corps who taken prisoner and held for five months in a Hun Camp is at his Home Here again he is an Indiana sity graduate and was principal of the Upland High when he enlisted in military service he the Only Soldier from Lawrence county captured by the huns Indianapolis Carl Franklin Painter a b Indiana Josephine Kelham Piercy a b in Diana mrs Luella Winifred a b Bassar Mabel Elizabeth Stephens a b in Diana Marlon Joel Bert Thomas a b Swarthmore Danville Roy Valentine a b Moorea Hill Newport Estella Mart a b Indiana doctor of Medicine Ezra Dee Alexander Bloomington Barnes Indianapolis Edward Indianapolis Peter Joseph Birmingham Valparaiso Doster Poneto Norman Roy Byers Oolitic Cecil Pratt Clark Goodland Henry Francis Crossen Indianapolis Edgar Clarence Davis Salem Harvey b Decker Brazil Ora k Enzor St Joe James Griffith Sheridan Hahnemann Voss Harrell Louis Potter Harshman Frankfort Ralph John David Earl Hawthorne Everett Leo Indianapolis Harrison Hazelwood new Albany Thomas Ruffin Bedford Ray George Harry Leo Kahan Gary Maurice v Kahler Star City Charles Jay Kirschman Indianapolis Robert Lee Loftin Indianapolis Frank Edison Lony Indianapolis Emery Don Lukenbill Indianapolis Robert Locke Indianapolis George Mcnabb ton John Russell Newman South Milford William Ward Greenwood Lacey Lee Schuler James Arnold Wynn Indianapolis doctor of philosophy Clyde Arnett a b Indiana class Day tomorrow ind May traditional class Day exercises will be held tomorrow at Wabash College As the first of the commencement of the first Post War class Twenty men Are for graduation less than half the average number to receive diplomas eighteen of the rates have been in the service or Vander of Oak Patk deliver the commencement address 21 or g l Mackintosh president of the College will give the baccalaureate Sermon sunday june 8 the Baldwin oratorical contest will be held the next Day annual meeting of the Board of trustees will be held june 10 Lowed by the banquet the same evening sounding on Hun blockade painful to Switzerland Berne May is confirmed that the Allied and associated ments have addressed to the government As to whether it be willing and ready to take measures for a severer blockade against Many should require it it is believed Here that this step is preparatory to action should Germany refuse to sign the the Tion of the question has made a Ful impression in Switzerland and is commented upon widely in the press As an infringement of the right and of Small countries two Hereford bulls bring at big Warren t Cray Baron Fairfax Indiana maccabees to assembled Lafayette Lafayette ind May an convention and Groat Camp of in Diana maccabees of the world will be held in this City on May 26 27 and 28 in which delegates from tents out Indiana will participate Lafayette tent no 117 is making elaborate for the entertainment of the visitors automobiles for a sightseeing tour of the City and a visit to historic spots of interest will be provided by the Lafayette merchants and association the election of state officers for the current year will take place on May 27 and installation will be on wednesday morning following tie following Gram has been arranged by local com j May social and j dancing in i o 0 p Hall tuesday May a m Camp convenes Reading of reports of Camp officer by Secretary 12 m and 2 p election of officers Auto 10.30 n m ape rial show at Luna wednesday May a m great Camp convenes business and installation of officers of the great Camp the real work of the will to considered on tuesday the monday evening entertainment for the con of the contrition until noon will afford Opportunity for More elaborate entertainment of the visitors on tuesday Phi Kappa Lafayette and May i than 100 delegates Are in attendance at i be fourth District biennial convention of the Phi Kappa fraternity convened Here today and in Sevion tomorrow and saturday Indiana Chicago Wisconsin and the a at a dance tomorrow i in and a banquet at Fowler Dan of Hugo Fairfax 111 vice president of Tho two Hereford bulls at the Sale of Warren t Mccray at Kentland deliver an ind this week brought a total of Baron Fairfax brought the top figure at i to Sale going to Larry Pinard of Springs have invited to the s d for Huso Fairfax sold for the purchaser being both Are members of the a flock of our and v will be placed on Sale this special is just to rivet your attention to our silk shirt which have no peer anywhere in Point of assortment Beauty and excellence of anywhere takes in a lot of territory open handed stacks of All sizes the shirts Are of genuine cloths All silk Woven stripes Empire crepes real imported japanese All silk Jacquard and solid color crepe de patterns Light and dark grounds plenty of All sizes 14 to 17 All clean new Stock and qualities extra t the store for Manhattan shirts floor just inside the Illinois Street doors to your left Ralston r of p speaker former governor addresses Victory banquet and drive dinner at South Bend to the Indianapolis South Bend ind May Celebration of their great membership drive and honouring members who took part in the late War knights of pythias friends and guests gathered tonight at the Victory banquet held at the y m c a Samuel m Ralston former governor was the principal speaker and others were Henry a Barnhart Rochester former Tive of the thirteenth District judge Charles of Terre haute ert a Brown Indianapolis grander of the seals and records Dudley m Shively of this City presided the banquet was tendered likewise to the 362 new members acquired by crusade Lodge of this City in one of the greatest membership campaigns Ever conducted hero following the banquet a dance was held at the Oliver hotel pythian will not fail to note that the world War Lias multiplied the of for americanism to be of service to said or Ralston in his address the Atlantic and the Pacific will no longer be the boundaries of America s uplifting influence and while we Are proud of the fact that our order is an american institution we should not under the new tons now confronting nation fall to make it possible for the Young Hood of England and France to get the things that make for Hood should belong to the world and not exclusively to any one nation the influence of the american Flag across the seas should be reinforced by j through of Friendship eating Between Indiana colleges four members of senior class at Depauw University were nominated for membership in the Phi Beta Kappa honorary sorority this year or announced that m Beck Louise Stone Ashley and Frances Ethel Swank Lafayette had been elected to membership in the Tuy society the Small and a Low scholarship was riven As the cause of the Small Esther of in who was elected Queen of May by the body of Franklin College was also elected Almanack ing to an announcement Mado thursday by the Board of of the Almanack the editorial staff of the Almanack the annual publication of the Junior of Franklin conducted a contest to mine the most representative in school miss As Winner of this and As Queen of May will be May 27 word has been received Whitt capt Pau 12 who Nas chief educational officer of the United states general at Lakewood n j has been transferred to a similar institution near a Mora than seventy five Coupler budget is put into shape for City s Cabinet concluded from Page one by the Park superintendent As Allim portent his plans Calls for Tion with the Board of Public works in this undertaking As the Board has agreed to build an intercepting sewer from Keystone Avenue to Washington Street if the Parkway is put through the proposed municipal Yard at Tucky Avenue and drover Street will also entail an additional Bond Issue but the amount of this has not been mined whether an approximate total for this expenditure will be submitted with the financial Survey was not stated it is understood that the City will the ninth annual Phi Delta press strongly for permission to Friday afternoon and evening Indiana Alpha of Sigma Alpha Illon announces the initiation of Harold of Elwood of and Yandell of Columbus have been chosen delegates from the local chapter of Phi Delta Theta to the annual province convention at Friday and saturday combined men s and women s glee clubs gave a concert Day night at Assembly Hall a Large audience the feature number of the program by the Birli wan Garden of Flowers a musical prof tamps a Wood bum of the history department delivered the school commencement at mount Vernon thursday night dramatic a Den party to be riven Friday afternoon Mhz wary Deputy is chairman of the program committee nine pen have made for the positions for editor in and manager of 1920 red Book the election will take place soon and the men will Start work on the Book at Arlo Victor Mays Justin Schumann and Rell have filed applications for the Willin Richardson Llott Herman Grey and Newton edly for the Freedom of the world let us resolve anew to strengthen our order for greater service Ada Man a two in the Field for editor in chief the dramatic elected s Gertrude Armstrong vice r Secretary Louise Feist in the future and while we always remain Loyal to it and Gate its principles we should constantly keep our minds so trained and our hearts so Bent As to make us fit for ship in the order of american ship Ager the school alumni club is planning to hold an Day picnic soon the club in composed of former students and of the High school of Indianapolis offer to y m c a Newcastle ind May the announcement today by two wealthy Henry county men that they stand ready to give each for a t m c a in Newcastle if the citizens Here will raise a like sum this City seems assured of Huch an institution a Campaign for will be launched immediately h is the plan to spend for a modern building and to use As a sinking fund the names of the two donors Are being withheld by the com in charge of the y Here until the citizens raise the needed need with its scheduled building Gram and the officials will stand firmly by the estimates they will present to the tax commission the Survey it is understood will represent the minimum of the City s present financial needs and the officiate will take the that they can not recede from their an Extension policy in any respect deaths in Indiana Schloss 74 years old a Veteran of the civil tear it dead at his Home Here he is survived by three children Patrick Honey 69 is dead from a nervous Down for Many years he was fore Man of the Vandalia Blacksmith shops Here he is survived by two daughters Anderson miss Nelle Lavelle formerly Secretary treasurer of the Lavelle foundry company Here died thursday at the Mayo Hospital Ester Minn following an operation for Gaiter she in survived by her parents and mrs John Lavelle four Sisters and three Brothers is years of died at the Home of his daughter mrs f p Bowles West of Brazil mrs Maria t Murphy 62 died at her Home Here Mier years old is dead of heart disease while talking Over a Telephone she is Vived by three sons Roy Walter and Harry Mier mrs Richard c Hilts is dead at her Home Here the husband a son and a daughter survive h query years old died of tuberculosis Hla father and one sister survive yours for better feet a genuine anatomic in Stead of freakish made in the three Universal foot and most noteworthy shoe innovation of the Century Ralston shoe store 12 North Pennsylvania St United states administration director railroads Pennsylvania lines change in time of trains sunday May parlor car service to South Bead will be established leaving Indianapolis p m arriving South Bend p m consult ticket agent for particulars meet me sunday on Page 11 ready for service see the beauties of nature at the shades Indiana s most picturesque the Best place to spend a Day or Good hotel accommodates tables and on for picnics boating bathing and Road Sisr i 20 Miles ask for a Road i Alt i Fop i 1 w prop Ami 1 in of ind it

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