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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Kokomo, Indiana PAGE TWO THE KOKOMO DAILY TRIBUNEi FRTOAT FEBRUARY Perfect Health It Yours M If die Blood Is Kept Pure Vim cbotdd pty particular heed fc any indication that yoor blood becoming stagguh or that there is a lessening in riul force eeping yonr blood cleansed Wmr ton more easily wards off disease that is ever present wait gf 0 attack wherever there u an ing A few battles of S S great regelable Wood medi cine will revitalize your blood and rive TOO new strength and healthy rigorous vitality Every one needs it just now to keep system in perfect condition Go to yonr One More tad get a bottle today and if yon need any tnedi cal advice you can obtain withr out cost by writing to Medical DJ rector Swift Specific G 46 Swift Laboratory Atlanta Ga Prepare Now for the Grand Open ing of the New Store Store Positively Open For Business Saturday Feb 28 9 A M Sure First allow us to offer our sincere thanks in waiting for the opening of the new store Your patience will meet its reward here on the Grand Opening We here assure that you will be amply and richly rewarded Night and day for the past month our organization of willing and loyal workers have been busy as bees marking and sorting displaying and arranging this stock of freshly received merchandise The opening of this new institution wDl be impres sive and important to every inhabitant of this city The new store will offer no senseless souvenirs to induce you to visit the new store but instead we are going to give you the greatest program of values that you ever shared that will establish a new record for local merchandising achievement every article at a price so low that it will make you remember the Grand Open ing for months to come f See Page Ad in Tonights Paper I A NODE CLOAKS SUIT Co 208 North Main St Style and Qualify without Extravagance COMBINATION SALE On Saturday Te Coffee Roaster will sell S Ibs of Fresh Roasted Coffee and 1 Ib of Sugar At the Sign of the Coffee 215 No Buckeye 8t I WORKS HURO TO AVERT FLU EPIDEMIC ent and City HesJU Officials Warn People to Keep Clean Star Away from and Colds witK Avoid crowds if yon want avoid Bays Aiaociation for Improving the Conditions of w New York Keep your clean drink plenty of fresh water sleep with windows open eat three uniform meals a day including a good breakfast People who have catarrh or f re fluent colds invite Influenza de clares a prominent Kentucky druggiik The jn he membrane of the throat and nose is raw sore and tender and makes a lovely abidingplace ior germs to thrive and multiply He advises an inexpensive home made remedy that will bring relief in less than a day and will stop all discharge and sooth and heal the inflamed membrane in a few days Thousands are maltingthis be neficial remedy at borne and one who has catarrh or a cold can the same Pour threequartenof an ounce of Mentholired Arcine into a pint bottle then fill the bottle with water that has been Gargle the throat as directed and scuff or spray the liquid into the rrtri twice daily Its a simple way to get rid of cold and catarrh and keeps the Basal pas sage and throat dean and healthy Nearly all druggists dispense HenthoUzed Arcine in vials con taining exactly threequarters of an ounce which is all you need to make a pint of this healthful me dkine THAT FADED FROCK WILL DYE LIKE NEW Diamond Dyes Freshen Up Old Discarded Garments Dont worry about perfect results Use Diamond Dyes guaranteed to give a new rich fadeless color to any fabric whether It be wool silk linen cotton or mixed blouses stockings skirts childrens coats feathers draperies coverings The Direction Book with each pack age tells so plainly how to diamond dye over any color that you can not make a mistake To match any material have Irue gist show you Diamond Dye Color Card it the thai proper ARE TJRGED TO ATTEND Ministerial Association Calls Attention In Indianapolis Meeting The Kokomo Ministerial association desires to call attention to the pastors connection with the interchurch conference for the state ot Indiana in world movement The conference is to meet in Tomllnson hall Indianapolis March 1 2 and S Each pastor In Howard county as well as the state of Indiana is not vited but urged to attend In connection with themeeting at Tomlinson hall there will be a womens conference held at Young Womens Christian JJ9 North Penn sylvania street Thla conference will be addressed daily by the same speak ers who address the pastors confer ence The same pictures will be ahown at both places and so far as possible the programs at both meetings will be The appeal is signed by Lewis E Stout president of the Ministerial as sociation and B Ban del Lookabill secretary JAY CJUDO IS WINNER WRITES BEST ESSAY OS ADVAN TAGES OF T7 8 ABJCt AonoBDcemeBt b Hafc of Many Other la School Comae SIW RAILROAD BILL DEPARTMENT OF JCST1CE HOLDS rr jay Carney a senior in Kokoroo has been awarded the tion of bavinshis upon Advantaaes of Belonging to tne United Stam Army selected as the written by any school chfld fn toe city in apprise essay contest is being conducted in all the schools ot the United States His essay AvlU sent to Indianapolis where it will halfi leave Kokomo Saturday compete with the winners of the other SL John goeB Chicago where he will in with the Y M C BOARD AWAITS DECISION T JS C A Body Has Itoe Oat Tar Xaporte Man Secretary The board of directors of the Koko mo Y X CA is the deci sion of R V Warren general secre tary of the Laporte T M C Ain re gards to accepting a position of aren eral secretary of the local association Hinee Says It Is Beet to Be Had Under Mri Warren met with the focal board Ex several days ago with a view to his f to Act Soon coming here if he liked the city He was instructed to return Laporte and decide the salary he would coma here for Wedensday he sent his terms to the local board and that body in special meeting decided to accept them Mr Warren was notifled that his terms had been accepted but as yet nothing has been heard from him and no con tract made CO St John who has been general secretary here for the past year and a Mr cities for state honors The ner will compete with the winning es says of the other and the writer the essay taking the national prize be seat to Washington with his t the expense of the United secretary of will parents States government In addition to having his essay selected for state competition Jay Carney took al three prizes offered for the three best essays written in the senior class The three prizes total six dollars in cash given by the Victory Cafe Wilbur Bryant won the prize in the Junior class It Is five dollars In mer chandise given by the W H Turner company Robert Shrock took the prize for the sophomore class which Is a Brownie camera given by the Blue Cross Drug store Three prizes were awarded the three prize winners in the freshman class by Mlklas Bros They are pounds of candy Monica Grace pounds of Moon third pound of candy George Brown Anna Dale won the ten do7 lars in merchandise given by Sailors Bros for the best essay in the eighth grade Prizes In merchandise as fol lows were awarded by Thai man and Levl company the three best es says in the seventh grade follows first prhte Brooker second Weger third Cath erine Elwee Mary Carney won the prize of two dollars and a half offer ed by Hollowell and Ryan for the sixth grade Irene Surber wrote the best composition in the sixth grade them were born the two sons who are MiitiiM fltmtmt ttitit ttlt Washington Feb compro mise railroad bill was returned to the White House today by the department of Justice to which it was referred Wednesday for an opinion as to its validity The president was expected to act on it today or tomorrow Attorney General Palmer informed the president that he saw no constitu tional objection to the measure Later the president ordered the bill sent to Director General Hines for his that city Until Mr Johns sueI Opinion Mr Hines already has studied J ntA cesser can and assume his duties here MM Ashley house man ager of the will act as general MUCH MYSTERY CCONTINUEU FROtt MOS ONO family knew him never again It was about four months after me had obtained divorce from John S Hunt that Mary Hunt became the wife of Ambrose Turner Some monthsaft er their marriage a daughter was born upon whom was bestowed the name Hattle About that time the family left Fountain City They moved to two or three different places in the state but finally about 1860 arrived in Union township Howard county and became permanent residents there It is said that prior to the familys arrival In Howard county the daugh ter had been known as Hattie Turner but that after coming to Union town ship she was called In both the home and the neighborhood Hattle Hunt It has been suggested that this was probably due to the fact that the oth er children in the home were known by the name of Hunt they having re tained the name of their father In process of time Hattie Hunt grew to womanhood and was wooed and won by Marcus Lamb member of another pioneer family of Union township To the measure and is understood to take the view that the law Is the best that can be bad under present circum stances and won the pair of shoes offered by Davis and Williams The compositions were graded by plaintiffs In the suit just filed Their mother passed away seventeen years ago Some time prior to her death Joyce who was unable to serve on the committee an impartial committee composed of Ambrose Turner in consideration of Mrs W E Sollenberger John W Move and affection deeded to her 79 Barnes and Miss Martha Kumler Miss lucres of land in Union township This Kumler substituted for Miss her death passed to her who still own it and live on it The hus band Marcus Lamb is living but Is In no way a party to the present suit Such as far as revealed are the facts and circumstances of thismost interesting action at law Nothing ex actly like it it is said has ever be fore arisen in the courts of this coun ty It certainly contains elements cal A F HuUon to Saealc A F Hutson county superintendent of schools will discuss the advantages of the centralised ichool system over the old oneroom district system before iy At Ltitiiiy uuJJLumB vieweuLS a meeting of Clay township farmers culated to cause an interestingtrial to be held at the Macedonia school house at oclock Monday evening Supt Hutson will cite statistics and Illustrations to convince the Clay township folks that they should replace their present oneroom school houses with a modern centralised building such as are In use in Union and How ard townships and will answer any questions which may be existingin the minds ot the school patrons there ideal by United Mr and lira Sailors of IK Coaradt avarae the parents of a Maty Divorce Case The divorce case of Nellie Reed against JPaiil Reed city street car iran came to an abrupt halt this morning when the firm of Overson Manning dismissed the causa without prejudice defense was con ducted by George Bay of Bay BaJlen rer Miller and there was m vigor ous resistance It Is indicated that the defense will file aa application for a divorce Ask Bntoon to Conference Albert F Hutson county superin tendent of schools has been invited to confer with the educational legis lative committee of the state at In dianapolis Saturday morning He plans to be present at that meeting and assist In framing proposed legis lation for the betterment of the edu cational system in Indiana Eli Qnalntance Very m The condition of Eli Qualntance one of the best known of Kokomo citizens and prominent veteran of the civil war was critical this morning He was stricken with Influenza a week ago and the disease developed Into penuemonla Militia for Arkansas Washington Feb was authorized today by the war de partment to organize a regiment o infantry a battalion of engineers and a motor ambulance company as its quota of the national guard Fmmoiu Building Contractor Dead Worcester Feb W Norcross famous as a bulHlng contractor on some of the im portant structures erected In the Unit ed States during the last fifty years died today aged eightyone was a native ot Clinton Maine What will the proof reveal What will the pilgrimage Into the misty past produce What will be the outcome Who will get the estate that Ambrose Turner that hornyhanded hard headed old pioneer who for sixty years was a familiar figure to all the people of Eastern Howard amassed Until the courts rule only conjecture can Some of those whose names will be dealt with In the evidence are dead and gone to dust Many of them are merely memories among the old timers who are left along the upper course of the Wildcat They have been long gone and all but forgotten Little did they surmise that the personal histories of their period would endure to distant day It Is way of this the world to disinter such doings It all goes to the support of the old saying that as long as there Is an estate to tight for family secrets are never safe The plaintiffs in the action Just In stituted are represented by the firm of Byers Cripe and C C Shirley of this city and Charlton Bull of Green town The suit is the second that has been brought to set aside the will Re becca Brown a sister of Ambrose Turner having filed an action to that end some time ago AUDITOR GIVES NOTICE Many School Children are Sickly Mothers who value their own com Cort and the welfare of their children should never be without a box of Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Children for use throughout the sea son They Break up Colds Relieve Feverishness Constipation Teething Disorders Headache and Stomach Troubles Used by mothers for over 30 years THESE POWDERS GIVE SATISFACTION All Drug Stores Dont accept any Last ef Free Eats My neighbor sent in some pudding for our dinner Neither of us fancied it so of coarse it remained for the garbage can Just as I was emptying It into the garbage can she came upon the scene probably to ask how we liked it as It was a new dish Ton can imagine my embarrassment and I might say that was the end of hand outs from Tribune Has Special Right There 1s only one national the United States which does not have National as a part of its name It is the Bank of North America in Phila delphia A special act of congress is required to permit a national bank to operate as such without indicating the fact that it is a national bank in Its name Improved XRay Photography A lacs for Xray photography has been Invented in Europe which ab sorbs only from 10 to 15 per cent of the rays permitting touch sharper pic tures to be nude than heretofore To Soldiers and Soldiers Widows and to Mortgagors As to When Claims for Exemption Should Be Filed Auditor Benson asks that all Civil war soldiers and widows of Civil war soldiers who wish to avail themselves i of the exemption from taxation next the law passed by the last legislature should call at his of fice some time in either March or April with their pension certificates and file their claims for exemption The auditor also asks that persons ex pecting to file claims for mortgage exemptions must file them before the first of May They should look af ter the matter in March or April SKEMP MUST NOW SKIMP local Basketball Player Robbed of While Engaged In Game W G Skemp right guard of the Chamber of Commerce basketball team had the misfortune to Jose by theft from his clothing during the game Thursday night enough money to buy at least a weeks supply of sugar Skemp reported to the police that the purse contained between 560 and J70 in currency and two checks One of the checks called for was drawn on the Goshen Bank and was signed by the treasurer of the Goshen Athletic Association The other check was for on the Continental Bank of In dianapolis and signed by L H Wright The purse is described as a tan leath er French purse with dimensions of 8x4 inches Don Arbuckle another member of the team discovered after the game that a thief had taken one dollar from his returning the purse to his pocket and leaving the rest of his mon ey intact An overcoat and various other art icles were reported stolen from the lockers during the game and it is sus pected that boys having access to the place took advantage of the oppor tunity to make a haul Hereafter it la announced nobody will be admitted to the locker room during games ex cept responsible persons The thief who took Skemps purse overlooked or purposely left behind a valuable watch and some change Rhode Island to Have Opposition Augusta Feb list of twentysix states that will cooperate in opposing the action of Rhode Is land in seeking to have the national prohibition act declared unconstitu tional was announced today by Gov ernor Milliken Austria Gets Wheat Washington Feb recent acquisition of tons of wheat from Rotterdam has assured the Aus trian people of sufficient food until about May 1 according to advices re ceived today by the state department Cited for Assault and Battery Thismorning John Wesley Burton a colored man was cited on a charge of assault and battery on complaint of Robert H Lutz Burton was to ap pear in city court this afternoon at 2 oclock Hearing Dcrmitt Case The hearing of the divorce case of Claude Dcrmitt against Charlotte Der mltt is on today before Fred J Byers special judge Overson Manning and Lloyd McClure are the attorneys in the suit Wants to Buy Bermuda Islands Washington Feb resolution proposing diplomatic negotiations with Great Britain for purchase o the Bermuda Islands was introduced today by Senator Kenyon republican owa In All Their Ready for Your Inspection If you want to see the styles thell wear down Broadway this season step in and see these new models Snappy styles or conservative styles as you wish Open A Charge Account s You Ce Paid WOMEN 6 MISSES APPAREL New and Distinctive Styles Mark Our First Spring Showing fewest tailored Suits JO up Charming at up Sport Style Coats up Che FirstSoring up New Spring Suits for Men Priced at up With the uncertainty of market eoC ditions we urge you to buy that Spring outfit as early as possible Here at this store you can make your selection now with a very lirjjje outlay of cash 119 West Sycamore Street CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money PAZO OINTMPNT fails to cure Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Stops Irritation Soothes and Heals You can get restful sleep after the first application Price PETITIONS FOR PERSHING ARE FILED IX MICHIGAN Lansing Feb Pershing was qualified today to ap pear on the republican ballot In Michi gans presidential preference primary April 5 with the receipt by the secre tary of state of nominating petitions carrying the required 100 signatures of his supporters Church Reception This Evening The members of Grace Methodist church will tender a public reception this evening to all the new members who have united with the church since last April the numberbeing one hun dred and seventy of wel come addresses will be given The Toung Womans Home Missionary so ciety will give a playlet to help en tertain Solos will be sung by Fred Kroft Mabel Ingels and Miss Virginia Frlcke The housewife smiles with satisfac tion as she looks at the basket ol clear white clothes and thanks Red Cross Ball Blue At grocers 5c Machinery of Census Bureau The ingenious machines used by the census bureau to count sort and tabulate the Information gathered by the census enumerators are the proil net of the bureaus own laboratory The sorting machines tate care of 300 cards per minute the counting ma chine 500 cards a minute and tabulating handles 400 carfis niiauta DESERTS THE REDS Sweet Marie Ganz who threatened the life of John D Rockefeller and served time in Jail for it has renounced her allegiance to the red flag t a reasonable profit then he is per forming a most vital work for the the packing industry is efficient and Is conducted on the small est margin of profit of any large basic ndustry in the country the defendants stand ready and willing to demon strate atall times If this statement is true as to prof ts which we most solemnly assert then It is in the Interest of every man woman and child in this nation that his essential and complex with Its many problems and difflcul iesbe given just fair and equitable treatment For these reasons and in he sincere belief that these things will be thoroughly demonstrated throughj out whatever subsequent proceedings take place in this case we have conI sented to this AUTOBURNS AT HAYNES PLANT Was Loaded in Gondola Ready for Shipment A new Haynes car which was load ed in a gondola ready for shipment i was destroyed by fire at oclock this morning It and another ma chine were covered with a canvas In a railroad car upon the siding at the j j Haynes plant when the canvas was set fire by a spark of unknown ori gin Efforts on the part of the work men there failed to save one of the cars The other was also somewhat damaged city fire department was called to the scene A spark from the flue started a roof blaze at home of Worley Hayes 523 West Jefferson street at j 8 oclock this morning The city fire department extinguished the flames before much damage resulted Try Musterole See How Quickly It Relieves You justrubMusteroJe in briskly and usually the pain is delicious Eoothingcomfort comes to takeitsplace Musterole is a clean white ointment made with oil of mustard Use it instead of mustard plaster Will not blister Many doctors and nurses oseMuster ole and recommend it to their patienta They will gladly tell you what relief it gives from sore bronchitis croup stiff neck asthma neuralgia congestion pleurisy rheumatism lum bago pains and aches of the back or joints sprains sore muscles bruises chilblains frosted feet colds of the chest Always dependable size falh otheritchfamkladnriMi Try 71 our rak C P Banders Bon Six month tutor without rip Me ttoir or suit viS it repaired fref This famous Dubbelbilt guarantee has set thousands of mothers free from mending because it is backed by 20 special addedwear features that make the isfying service of Dubbelbilt Clothes a certainty Smart dependable fabrics Made up in all popular colors and mixtures Boys DUBBELBILT Guaranteed for 6 Months Service upwards to DAVIS WILLIAMS ITS SOMETIMES A SEARCH for cake that really satisfies every member of the family The task Is there is one bake shop that puts excellency first aa its standard Thats why particular housekeepers no longer go to the trou ble of baking cake have atlast found a perfect substitute here KenroyY Bakery Cor Wash A Phone 184 Try a Want Ad ;