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Indianapolis Times (Newspaper) - August 30, 1927, Indianapolis, Indiana Mrs. Marshall says pension not necessary Rich friends might think her poor but she is comfortable. By Eldora Field although her Rich friends might consider her poor mrs. Thomas r. Marshall widow of the late vice president is quite quite comfor table in her own opinion. And whether Congress revives the movement to Grant her a presiden tial widows pension or not she has quite enough to live on in Accord Ance with my tastes which Are quiet ones. Mrs. Marshall stopping at the proxy Laneum on a business trip monday discussed a Story printed in the new York world saturday that her friends Here were planning to revive the pension Bill in con Gress. Does not expect pension mrs. Roosevelt is the Only widow of a head oficial of the United states to receive a pension she said. Movements were on foot to get both mrs. Wilson and mrs. Harding such pensions but the same thing i believe happened to those pen Sion Bills As happened to the one for me. They went into the hands of a committee but got no farther. I have never expected this pen Sion to materialize. Would i re fuse it Well if kind friends really exerted themselves to this end i want to seem unappreciative. Everything is comparative. Ive some Rich friends to whom i doubt less seem really quite poor. If their opinion were asked they would probably encourage the Bill tremendously. Truly though ism quite quite comfortable. One of my Rea sons for being Here in fact is that i have business interests Here. Going to Washington mrs. Marshall for several seasons past has been living with relatives in Scottsdale Ariz. But Only Indianapolis really seems like Home she declared both the fact that my dear husbands body rests Here and the fact that my material interests Are in this City would make it seem so. Mrs. Marshall carries an Oblong Silver locket in which Are the Pic Tures of her husband and their adopted son Morrison now dead. He would we 11 if he had lived. Of you know she asked that i have found Homes for twelve dear children among my friends mrs. Marshall a ill go to ton in october. Tons of ice Cream stored for legion ships carry great cargoes of treat for doughboy. By United press new York aug. 30.indications Are that the 13,000 sex doughboy who will make up the second a. E. F. To France when the american legion sails sept. 1 will enjoy Many treats during the six Days crossing. Approximately 80,000 quarts of ice Cream will be included in the ample provisioning which the Leviathan Caledonia Roosevelt de Grasse celtic and other ships Are stocking into their holds to keep the sex soldiers Happy and Well fed in route. Vanilla the favorite flavor of the great american dessert leads the Field for use aboard ship As it does for Home service. Free beer7n City jail prisoner has rousing Celebration in his cell. 1 by United press traverse City mich., aug. 30. City officials hailed a traverse City citizen to jail on a charge of driving while intoxicated. He was Clarence Nelson. After carefully shutting Nelson in the officials unwittingly served him with Beer. A few nights previously the local Force had raided a liquor dispensary an brought Back the evidence. They set it carefully a Way in the jail and forgot it temporarily. According to police when Nelson awakened after his sleep in jail his nose carried him Beer Ward. When he left the jail nine bottles of the Beer went with him internally the police said. The Baffin Corner of ind Anapolle Corner Wuhan Frog and Delaware see. Mittens a v is b. Washington St. Publisher arrives in Europe Robert f. Scripps left of the Scripps Howard league of newspapers mrs. Tom Sidlo and Tom Sidlo Legal adviser of the Scripps Howard newspapers Are show As they arrived in Europe recently aboard the s. S. Berengaria. The Indianapolis times Vare probes Are called to me Euett. 7 Reed orders Chicago Parley to discuss Pennsylvania ballots. By United press Kansas City aug. 30.senator James a. Reed chairman of the Senate committee investigating the Pennsylvania primaries announced today a meeting of the committee has been called for sept. 7 at Chi Cago and that William h. Vare successful candidate and William Wil son who was Defeated will be invited to attend. In addition to the investigating committee Reed said he also asked senator James Watson chairman of the Senate committee on privileges and elections to meet with him. Senator Reed indicated the entire meeting would be devoted to devising ways and Means of pro curing ballots cast in the Pennsyl Vania election which heretofore have been denied the investigating committee. Wife held in shooting fights for release Hareas Corpus writ hearing set for wednesday. Hearing on a petition for a writ of Hareas Corpus filed by mrs. Mar tha Row Chansie will be held be for judge Byron k. Elliott in Superior court 4 wednesday. She is held on a vagrancy charge for questioning in connection with the mysterious shooting of her Hus band Herman Chansie alias Miller last thursday nigh. Bond was set at Sio too. Chansie was picked up by a Motorist at tenth and Illinois sts., suffering from a Bullet wound in his Chest. He insists he was shot in an alter cation with an Auto St on the Lafayette Pike. Thrown out of truck youth is injured Hole in Street blamed. Striking a Hole in which Street railway employees were repairing car track paving at Washington St. And Bradley ave. Today a truck swerved to a pile of bricks and dumped Cut Arthur drayman 21, of 401 n. Penn Sylvania St. His left ankle was injured. The truck was driven by Bill Maher 4905 w. Eleventh St. Both Are employees of the National guard air unit at Stout Cox air port. Awes August al o. And. Is tomorrow fight flight perils seek to Force fitness of planes and personnel. By United press Washington aug. 30.the National aeronautic association powerful aviation organization to Day threw the weight of its influence into a movement to remove hazards of Long distance flights As far As possible by requiring that Pilot Crew and plane be perfect. President Porter Adams began circulation of an agreement reached at a meeting yesterday by the con test committee that hereafter the association will Sanction Only flights in which fitness of personnel and plane Are proven. Through this the association will seek to swing Public opinion against any flights it does not approve. Mine first Aid in test thirteen states in demonstration at United press Washington aug. 30.forty nine first Aid teams and Nineteen mine Rescue teams representing Coal and Metal mines quarries and Oil producing operations in thirteen states will compete at the sixth International first Aid and mine res Cue contest to be held under auspices of the United states Bureau of mines department of Commerce at Pittsburgh today wednesday and thursday. The states to be represented in this demonstration of approved methods of saving life in the min eral industries Are Arizona califor Nia Colorado Illinois Indiana Kentucky Maryland Pennsylvania Louisiana Montana Utah Virginia and West Virginia. The governors of numerous important mining states have designated representatives to attend the contest. A Large number of mine officials especially interested in the subject of mine safety methods also Are present. Dairy Day being held by times special Plymouth ind., aug. 30.mar shall count yes annual Dairy Day is being held Here today. Senator Arthur r. Robinson is the speaker. Patent Satin kid tan 3v& to 9aa to d eee for fat feet Many patterns is. 156 n. Illinois St. Elaine 233 e Wash st11ciu o 5537 e. Wash. St. Long Job Evansville Man 70, with one employer thirty five years. In times special Evansville ind., aug. 30.eddie daddy Peak i 70, has been continuously in the employ Here of the Southern Indiana Gas and electric com Pany for a period of thirty five years and the company is claim ing for him the Long distance Job holding record. Peak is planning to be at work when he reaches 100. Some of the maxims of the Long distance Job Holder Are take More interest in your work when the Boss is away than when he is watching you. Tell your employer of your mistakes in Stead of trying to hide them. Take care of your company is property As though it is your own. 600 guests of Ade children Given party by humorist vote ice Crea favorite food. By times special Brook ind., aug. 30.6ix Hundred children were guests of George Ade Indiana humorist at his estate Hazelden Here monday. A quiz was the feature of the entertainment provided Sot the Young guests. Ice Cream won out As the favorite food Fred Thompson As the Best liked movie Star there was a fifty fifty split on returning to school most of the children con ceded older persons know More than youngsters. Estate near $2,000,000 by times special Evansville ind., aug. 30.- an estate valued at Between $1,500,000 and $2,000,000 was left by Samuel l. May local banker who died of injuries suffered in an automobile Accident last week. Three Brothers and two Foster Chil Dren the latter making their Home in Chicago with or. Mays divorced wife Are among beneficiaries under the Bankers will. 200 die in dry War records show life toll heavy to enforce Law. By United press Washington aug. 30.the War Between bootleggers and government prohibition officers has resulted in More than 200 deaths since enactment of the dry act Treasury statistics showed today. Fifty four prohibition agents have been killed in line of duty. Six coast guardsmen have been slain by liquor smugglers and 100 other members of the dry Navy have lost their lives by fire drown ing and explosions aboard Small Pursuit Craft engaged in combating the wet buccaneers. Government operatives meantime have slain 125 transgressors of the prohibition Law in self defense rec ords show. No College no wife by times special Rushville ind., aug. 30. Vivian Kney charging cruel treat ment in seeking a divorce from Maurice Kney also alleges he failed to carry out a pre nuptial agree ment that they would both enter College this fall. She charges he failed to support her and twisted her wrists. Corns come out Root and All in 3 minutes the oldest toughest Corn the most painful callouses can now be removed in just a few minutes time with slur off. No waiting several Days no soak ing the feet and positively no irritation of healthy skin As with old time preparation. Juat get a 50-cent bottle of Shur off at Hook s dependable drug stores or of any other Good druggist. Youll see that All pain stops the in Stant it is applied and after two minutes you Start taking the Corn or callous out Root and All. Anyone can do it easily by following the simple directions enclosed with every package. Get shr off today and enjoy real foot Comfort at . Excursion Niagara Falls saturday sept. 3 round $9.50 trip special train leaves Indianapolis 9 p. M. Saturday sept. 3 see Niagara Falls illuminated at night a. Niagara Falls 10 00 a. M. E. T. Sunday morning la. Niagara Falls 10 00 p. M. E. T. Sunday night the last Niagara Falls train this season a. Indianapolis 9 a. M. Monday labor Day. Tickets now on Sale big four route easy haul for doctor up it my ? % 4vji fans Mel in Hal just hip pm 45 the largest fish in this picture is Twenty five Pound Musky which or. F. L. Owens 27 w. Ohio St pulled out of Teal Lake Hayward wis., after a Twenty minute Battle according to word which drifted Back to file doctors friends Here today. Naps clothes stolen takes ride to police station from Park wrapped in Blanket. By United press new York aug. 30.1 t was a Nice night in Central Parle so Chris Gopher Dandurand Lay Down for a Nap beneath a clump of later he awoke and tried to pull his coat closer about him. To his horror he found he had no coat nor shoes nor trousers. A taxi Driver took him to a police station in a Blanket bad news for eggs slightest tap in Safe to give alarm to police. New York aug. 30.a new guardian of the Hank vault has been perfected from an adaptation of the microphone used during the War for submarine detection. The device does not record noises or Street vibrations but the slightest tap upon the Safe it guards will Send warning signals to police stations. Associated company takes cases into court. Appeal from the up Izic service commissions ruling that the associated Telephone company can not take Over the Walkerton North lib erty and Nappanee Telephone companies was filed in circuit court today. Under the commission s ruling the associated company is con trolled by the United phone com Pany and j. G. Wray & cos. Of Chicago. B. & o. Value fixed by United press Washington aug. 30.the interstate Commerce commission today fixed a tentative valuation of $349,547,475 on the total owned properties of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and of $579,679,283 on its total used properties both As of june 30, 1918. R att. 30, 1927 press and bar cooperation is called better newspapers make Progress in improved handling of trials. By United press Buffalo n. Y., aug. 30.sub Stantial Progress in handling of re ports of trials by newspapers has been made during the last three years the committee on co opera tion Between the press and bar of the american bar association re ported at its meeting Here today. Further improvement May be anticipated in respect to technical accuracy in reporting decisions of higher courts the report said. A private Agency is being created to Supply the press with re ports of decisions in non technical language. The committee also suggests More stringent requirements for those who cover trials. Cooperation urged or. William a. White of Washington d. C., addressing the Crimi Nal Law Bureau closer co operation Between tiie Legal profession and the psychiatrist in dealing with the crime problem. This could be accomplished said by having lawyers in criminology particularly District attorneys and judges of criminal courts and by gradually transform ing prisons into laboratories for study of human behaviour. To this end crime should be dealt with not As a moral but As a scientific problem for purposes of refining causes explaining Outcrop pre venting occurrence or curing results. Americans greatest shortcoming in dealing with crime lies in the matter of detection and arrest of criminals Oscar Hallem chairman of the criminal Law Section reported to his committee at the noon session. The answer to this condition said Hallem usually can be attributed to the same cause in the various states inadequate number of police. Officers elected the judicial sesion today elected officers for the coming year. They Are t. Scott Offutt court of appeals of Maryland president a thur p. Rugg chief Justice Massachusetts supreme court vice presi Dent executive committee Fred Erick e. Crane new York court of appeals c. T. Marshall chief jus Tice supreme court of Ohio Robert von Masc Ezeaker chief Justice supreme court of Pennsylvania and o. L. Phillips Federal District court of new Mexico. Always on guard our Safe Deposit vault is always on guard. Your valuables placed in one of our Safe Deposit boxes Are secure against loss Are and theft at All times. As a special convenience to our patrons our vault is open from 8 a. M. Until 6 p. M. Each Day including saturdays. Rent according to size of Box. The Meyer Kiser Bank. Safe in it company i Ftp Bast Washington Street excursion to Cincinnati $0 round Date it trip Greensburg. Batesville $1.50 sunday september 4 special train of All steel equip ment will leave Indianapolis 7 00 a. returning leave cincinnati8 00 p. A. Eastern time same Date. Baseball Cincinnati is. Pittsburgh for tickets and full particulars Call at City Loket office 11 Monu ment Circle phone main 0830, or Union station. Bit four route 1927-1928 cruises round the world Mediterranean South Africa South America Central America West indies the cruise season of 1927-1928 promises to be the greatest in the history of travel. Cruising is the Ideal form of travel making possible visits to places ordinarily inaccessible. We will gladly furnish you with detailed information concerning cruises in which you May be interested. Our organization trained by years of actual travel is completely at your serv ice for the asking. Richard a. Kurtz manager travel Bureau the leading travel Bureau of Indianapolis 120 e. Market St.-. Main 1576. Coming As it does atthe end of a month featured by Many sales and special pro motions Ayres August e. O. M. Brings a Multi tude of varied and excellent bargains All at much less than Usu al prices. Remnants Silks woolens linens Wash goods linoleum carpeting laces embroidery ribbons blankets domestics trimmings draperies Page 2

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