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0. S. DESERTS DRY OPERATOR State Court Gets Custody of Alleged Slayer. By Vnltrd Vr. . OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. 21. Protection of the federal govern ment. toda> was removed from Jefl Harris, under-cover man for a pro hibition agent. He must stand trial in a Pottawatomie county district court for the murder of two farm ers slain in a liquor raid, July 4. The ruling to remand the case of Harris to state court was made by Federal Judge Edgar S. Vaught who, at the same time, overruled a motion to remand the case of W. W. (Snake) Thomason to the state court. Harris was working under Thomason when the shooting took place. Judge Vaught handed down the decisions with the explanation that Harris was not acting under au thority of the United States gov ernment when Oscar Lowery and James Harris were shot, while Thom or a veteran prohibition of ficer. w, s atcing under federal au thority. SAVE TRIO FROM GAS Painters Trapped Beneath Mississippi Surface. Bn f nitnl Press KEOKUK. la., Sept. 21.—Heroic rescue Thursday saved from death by slow' poison three men trapped far below the turbid waters of the Mississippi in an air-tight caisson, where they went to paint the lower gates of a dam across the river. Naphtha fumes from the paint suddenly arose and erased three of five painters to faint far below’ the surface, without a supply of air. The other two forced themselves out of the air and water tight chamber and rose to the surface, where they got aid for their companions. For three hours oxygen was pumped down to the three at the bottom of the river, with those at the surface unable to tell whether their companions had perished. Finally the tiny gas-filled cubicle was pulled to the surface and sev eral government employes risked their lives to rescue the uncoiu-r.ru. men who lay in the bottom of the muck-floored caisson. FIVE PAY FINES FOR CROSSING DRIVING First Casualties in Police Drive for Safety. Motorists today faced an added risk in driving on a railway cross ing in front of a train. Not only might the locomotive grind an auto mobile and its passengers into small bits, but the driver may be fined in municipal court. Police Chief Claude Worley has ordered an "anti-suicide campaign" that resulted in five convictions be fore Municipal Judge Paul C. Wet ter, on a city ordinance that prohi bits a motorist from crossing the tracks when warning of an ap proaching train is displayed or sounded. Those who paid $5 fines were: Dewe> Crofton, 19. of 1323 Shepherd street; Dr. N. S. Harding, 49, West Newton, Ind.; Roy Rice, 41, Cambv. Ind.; Wendell McClure. 19. Lynd hurst drive, and Ovid Reece, 37, of 4337 English avenue. SUES FOR DOG'S ATTACK TYoman Asks 520,000 for Injuries Friday, the Thirteenth. Whether a dog-bite on Friday the thirteenth is worth $20,000 w’ill be the question to be decided in, su perior court three. A suit for $20,000 was filed to day In the court by Mrs. Bessie Butcher. 406 Limestone street, ask ing she be awarded damages because one of six German police dogs owned by Pandele G. Shaneff. 1425 West Michigan street, bit her on the leg and arm. Sept. 13. JUDGE ORDERS BRIEFS Street Vacation Injunction Suit Arguments Are Heard. Oral arguments were heard and briefs ordered filed in superior court one by Judge James M. Leathers today in a hearing on a demurrer filed by the city and the Pennsylvania railroad in a suit brought to prevent them from va cating Oriental street at the Penn sylvania railroad tracks. The suit filed by William H. Foley, was brought by property owners in the vicinity of Oriental street, pro testing closing of the thoroughfare. HOTEL GUESTS ROBBED Thieves Get More Than S3OO In Money, Travelers’ Checks. Two guests at the Claypool today reported thefts from fourth-floor rooms, in which money and travelers' checks, totaling more than S3OO. were taken. Theodore Berg, Chicago, reported the loss of $72. and from the room of Mrs. Frank De Brouillet, St. Louis, $245 in checks and cash are alleged to have been taken. DOWIE HOME FOR SALE Founder of Zion Spent 5100,000 in Building Mansion. Bn United Press ZION CITY, 111.*.Sept. 20.—Shiloh house, old home of John Alexander Dowie, founder of Zion, built more than twenty-five years ago at a cost of SIOO,OOO. is for sale by Mrs. E. C. Grins of Newport. Pa., the owner. Os Swiss architecture, the house con tains twenty-four rooms and six baths. It is said to be underlaid with secret tunnels. Supreme Court Justice Decides She’ll Boh Hair '♦V >•> s >. Hji Time* Sin-rial COLUMBUS, Sept. 21.—Miss Florence E. Allen of Cleveland, judge of the Ohio supreme court, has decided one of the hardest questions to confront her during her career on the bench. The question was; “Shall I have my hair bobbed?" The decision was arrived at affirmatively after Miss Allen had canceled one appointment to have the bobbing done. This was while vacationing in TROOPS TO GUARD COOLIDGE WEDDING ‘Simple Private Affair' to Attract Thousands to Connecticut City. Ihi I nited F’rrx* PLAINFIELD, Conn., Sept. 21. The wedding of Florence Trumbull and John Coolidge Monday appar ently will be a “simple, private af fair," and forty-five state troopers have been assigned to watch it. Governor John H. Trumbull con ferred with state police officials re garding arrangements to handle ex pected throngs. The public will be held behind lines at least 200 feet from the big, plain, white Congre gational church where the wedding is scheduled to take place at 4 p. m. To preserve the “privacy” of the wedding, the hundred or more guests—including former President and Mrs. c# Ivin Coolidge. parents of the bridegroom—will be forced to submit to strict regulations. Aside from the immediate mem bers of the Coolidge and Trumbull families, only one of the expected guests is known. Miss Trumbull said that her 86-year-old grand mother, Mrs. Richard C. Usher of Plainville, will attend, wearing the lace-trimmed lavender dress in which she w’as married in the same church in 1870. Births Girls Elmer and Clara Vehle. Methodist hos pital. Ray and Nina Roberson, Methodist hosnttal. William and Violet Dyke, 2147 Avondale. James and Mildred Bair. Coleman hos pital. Earl and Margaret Craig, Coleman hos pital. Edwin and Bessie Dove, Coleman hos pital. Earl and Frances Hackleman, Coleman hospital. John and Hondruma Hager. Coleman hospital. Richard and Ethel Kimberlin, Coleman hospital. Archie and Martha Phelps, Coleman hospital. Rudolph and Merrill Walden, Coleman hospital. Boys Sam and Dora Herowitz. Methodist hos pital. Robert and Josephine McKee, Methodist hospital. William and Eva Bohenkamp, Methodist hospital. Ravmond and Charlotte Lewis. 4212 Schofield. Clay and Leona Brown. Coleman hos pital. F-d and Elizabeth Doerr. 410 North Keating. Carl and Olive Kortepeter, Coleman hos pital. Arthur and Artis Reed. Coleman hos pital. Hugh and Marita Reynolds. Coleman hospital. Perle and Helen Small. Coleman hos- Pl Tiru and Betha Smith. Coleman hospital, Ralph and Helen Walker, Coleman host pital. ' Harry and Pearl Wirings. Coleman hos pital. Deaths Carrie A. Cook, 28, city hospital, sep ticaemia. Guide A. Morresy. 54, 417 West Thir tieth. carcinoma. William Franklin Maxwel. 83. 3234 Cen tral. chronic myocarditis. John E Bover. 50. Central Indiana hos pital. general paralysis. Grace W’aldsmith. 10 mo.. Riley hospital, lobar pneumonia. Joe Martin. 2. 1740 Calvin, lobar pneu monia. Fannie Harrison. 65. 1210 Cornell, cardio vascular renal disease. Goldie Thomas. 35. city hospital, acci dental. Pheobe Qee 71, city hospital, cerebral hemqrrhage. Lora Gaskili. 42. Flower Mission, pul monary tuberculosis. Durel’e Blake. 80, 1225 Haugh, chronic mvocardltis. Daniel Sehwegel. 60. Christian hospital, accidental. Alan A. Lipke. 3. 108 North Denny, tuberculosus meningitis. , Erma Ruth Ellis. 1. etty hospital, wftoop- Inc cough. Henry S. Oallimore. 64. 2907 East Eight eenth, carcinoma. Morton Rifles in Reunion Pji T imes .v nmiil MARION. Ind., Sept. 20.—Twenty members of the Indiana volunteer infantry, known as Morton Rifle.? attended the forty-seventh annual reunion today at O. A. R. head quarters here. Florence Allen the west at the insistence of friends. Miss Susan Rebhan, Cleveland attorney, former secre tary to the judge, was one of those opposing “bobbing.” On her return to Columbus, however, Judge Allen decided her decision should be reversed. “Now that it’s done I’m de lighted,” Miss Allen said today “Bobbed hair has countless ad vantages, I find, and my only regret is I didn’t decide tc have mine bobbed sooner.” Yes, Scotch Pj Unitrt. Pres* PEORIA. 111.. Sept. 21.—The wiseacres of Peora stopped be fore a drug store window, looked inside with knowing grins and passed on. You couldn’t fool them—no. sir. The window displayed ten $1 bills, each pinned to a card reading: “Special bargain—B9 cents.” The bargain went begging for four hours before a Scotch barber, on his way to church, walked inside and bought all the bills. Net profit to him— sl.lo. Building Permits Mr. Myers, front, 4143 College, S3OO. L. Crane, dwelling and garage, 1010 South Pershing, $6,000. H. G Katzenberger, addition, 928 North Dearborn, $325. T. A. Moynahan dtoimney, 1603 Central, S4OO. J. C. Carr, garage, 4324 Broadway, $423. A Conguy, porch, 356 North Arsenal, S2OO. E. L. Andrews, dwelling and garage. 4629 Winthrop, *5.800. E. Taylor, garage, 540 North Senate, $375. J. W.' Pullen, garage. 515 Berwick. $250. F. Baber, garage, 1125 Bancroft, S3OO. C. M. Eceles, reroof, 2116 College. $214. J. A. Lombard, gafage, 2726 North La Salle, $277. B. R. Virt, garage. 411 South Spencer, $227. w! F. Albright, garage, 37 Brookville. $279. F. W. Cook, garage. 1140 Comer. $397. E Bvrne, gafage. 2053 Roosevelt. $234. C. Draine. garage, 1306 Tabor. $228. J. B. Morris, garage, 550 North La Salle. $2Bl. J. Petit, garage. 2035 North Dearborn, $229. V. B. McKenzie, garage, 1414 North Gale. * 3 G W. Frederick, garage, 2179 North Tem pie $274. F. D. Jackson, garage. 123 North Ta coma. *315. H. L. Simon, dwelling and garage. 5260 North Meridian. SIOO,OOO. Marriage Licenses Griffith E. Thomas. 29. of 1124 St. Peter, chemist, and Helen %ernheld. 28, of North Alabama, secretary. Raymond J. Cleary. 21. of 961 North La- Salle. clerk, and Esther McKee. 19. of 525 Parker, secretary. Columbus Taylor. 19. of 17 East St. Joe, laborer, and Retta B. Baker, 15, of North Senate, maid. George S. Miller, 21, of 2148 North Ar senal. laborer, and Ruth C. Board, 21, of 1517 Yandes. Odis Bleane. 25. of 1021 Harlan laborer, and Marguerite Hunter, 21, of 1223 Ma dena. Arthur Vernum, 27. of the Shield apts., actor, and Agnes Macalltster, 21. of the Shield apts., dancer. Legal Notices WILL sell for garage rPn !L of * 3 ?- Dart touring car. motor No. D L-8015 serial No. 104014. Model 27, at '1505 Brookslde Ave.. Sept. 27. TO BE SOLD at auction. Oct. Ist. at 2 o’clock at the Economy Garage. New Au gusta, Ind.. one Model 24 Dodge coupe, motor No. A-67-438. serial No. 789726, for repair and storage charges of S6O. YOU are hereby notified that the goods which vou have in storage will be sola for charges unless said charges are paid before S?ot. 28 1929—Marv Tavior Harry Hodson. Mrs. Alice Ludlow. Clvde Wright. T. S. Grimslev. Mrs. Elizabeth Sheridan. Mrs. Burns. H E. Messineer. Mrs. Har rison and Mr. Winters. N. CYLDE MAY TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. Mary Mav. secretary. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS NOTICE OF HEARING. Notice is hereby given that Anna R. Lester has filed with the Board of Zoning Appeals of the City of Indianapolis a petition asking permission to vary the re quirements of the Zoning Ordinance by inclosing front porch at 4057 Boulevard place. A public hearing will be held by said Board irL. Room 401. city hall. Tuesday. Oct. 1. 1929. at 2:30 p. m.. at which time and place all Interested persons will be given opportunty to be heard in reference to the matters set out in said petition. BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS GEO. T O'CONNOR, President. H. B. BTEBG. Secretary. Death Notices HERMANNY. MARTHA—Age 73 years of 844 Deiawanda Drive, mother of William G. Hermanny. Mrs. William C. Gardner, sister of Mrs. Mary C. Maus, Mrs. John Buehler and John Councilman, passed away Friday. Sept." 20. 6 a. m. Funeral from the residence of her daughter. Mrs. William C. Gardner. 2302 N. Alabama. Monday. 8:30 a. m. Services at St. Mary's church 9 a. m. Burial St. Joseph ceme tery. Deceased -was • member of Mother aX God Society a l Si. Miqt'i church. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Death Notices PETIT. ADOLPH—Beloved father of John, Joseph, Martin and Lieut. Otto Petit and Mrs. Leon McClelland, died at the resi dence of his son. Lieut. Otto Petit. 1156 W. 31st St.. Wednesday evening. Funeral Saturday. Sept. 21. 8 30 a. m. at the resi dence 9 -a. m. Holt Angels' church. Burial Holy Cross cemetery. Friends in vited (Madison papers please copy.) h uneral Directors w.tTblasengym Main office 2220 Sheiov St Drexel 2570 George Grinsteiner Funeral director 622 E lirrst ■ Riley 5374 UNDERTAKERS. HISEY A- 7.TUS 831 H Delaware Li *B2. “A REAL HOME FOR SERVICE RAGSDALE & PRICE [J. 3808 1219 N Aln*mf wald 1222 Union 8t 1618 N Illinois bi I C. WILSON Funeral parlors; ambulant service and modern automotive eouir ment rir 0321 and Dr 0322 * Special Notices THE UNIVERSITY BEAUTY PARLORS— Ask ladies to get free marcels, careful courteous operators, all work super vised; finger waves, maflicures, arches and trim. 25c. We also have prof, operators to serve vou. We will please you. 516 K. of P. 6!dg.. opp. P. O. Li. 0527. NATURE'S AID mineral baths and mas sage rheumatism, neuritis, nervousness, high blood pressure and reducing. All disorders of the blood. 303 Castle Hal 1 building. 230 E Ohio. L. 5092. STRICTLY HOME - MADE. BREAD ALI KINDS CAKES. PARKER HOUSE ROLLS BAKED IN MY OWN HOMS: REASON ABLE. MRS STOKER. 2157 N CAPITOL SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS - And massag ing for mert and Women Mildred Me whianev. 227 N. Delaware. Apt. 6. Ri 6685 EMBROIDERY WORK—For Xmas gifts reas. Sample of work shown. Dr. 3288-.1 ~~ WONDERKUI BATHS Osteo. massage SCHOOL BOOKS— New. used: cash foi used books 813 N Delaware. Li 1800 BIO~TIME DANCE—Every Tuesday. 723 N. Illinois. Public invited. WORK CLOTHES - Shoes.’ g.oves. Cut urices. 118 Virginia inear Md. St.) SHAMPOCTor marcel. 50e; permanent wav ing. ringlet ends, $4.50. Li. 0330. REV NTNABLY will start revival Sept. 22. Gods Array. 523 N. Noble. Business Announcements BATHROOM Corcpletv *7O; Dlumbinr anr heating installed Reas Ta 4057 CARPENTER Repair work our specialty WM HARTMAN. Southport. CARPENTER REPAIR— Lay off work: fin ish work; reasonable; reference. Rl. 9706. EXCAVATING All kinds hauling. Ch_ 3573 FEATHERS—Bought sold and renovated feather mattresses, pillows made to order E. F Burlile. 431-433 Mass. Ave Rl. 6695 s-URNACE installation, all makes of turn repaired Doyle Heating Cm, LI 72 iO FURNACES —Installed: cleaned and re paired. Service Heating Cos. Be. ,3855. FURNACE REPAIRS All makes. Roland. Dr. 1616. Dr. 1140-R PAINTING—Ext., inter.: varnishing, enam eling. H. DINKLA & SON. Ch. 2682-W. PAPER HANGING— Samples shown; special discount this month. Dr. 2389. RUGS CLEANED 9x12 *l5O Call foi del 10-da ec Kemer Rug Cos Cn h33n SCHOOL BOOKS—New. used: cash foi used books 813 N Delaware. Crawford WATER WELLS MADE. PUMPS RE PAIRED. A .L MORRIS. HU. 4269. WHITE WASH—Sprayed, chemically treated to kill germs destroys odors. Ch 4372 WHY PAY MORE Paper furnished and hung. $4 per room Ir 2415 FRA NK_ JACKSON Ch 2004 S. J. RINEHART—Dr. 2737. Office and household turn, repaired, refinished, up holstered: fine cabinet work spec.; reas. Lost and Found ALPHA CHI OMEGA—And Phi Delta Theta Fins on black tie: reward. Hu. 5975. BOSTON" BULL—Small dark male named "Terry." harness, license: rew. Dr, 3581). BRINDLE BULL DOG—Small; lost s. side; child’s pet; "Buddy;" re. Dr. 6573-R. GLASSES—In case with key. lost on La Salle, near Michigan: reward. Ch. 7015. HOUND—BIa ck. white and tan female hind leg off: reward. Dr. 7714. LOST—Black leather electric catalog, be longing to Indianapolis Power and Light Companv. between 4680 N Keystoneand Ft. Harrison. Return to MR. VAN HOOK. Day tight Corner, or phone Ri. 7621. Reward. PURSE—Brown. lost on Senate with watch and val. papers. Dr. 5637, Reward. WRIST WATCH—Lady's, between Ind. Trust Cos. and Ayres; keepsake; reward. Li. 4414. FRY TIMES WANT ADS FOR BUSINESS Help Wanted Male FURNITURE SALESMEN YOUNG MEN OF THOROUGH RETAIL EXPERIENCE. PERMANENT, WELL PAYING POSITION. APPLY KIRK CO., 22 East Washington. BOY OVER 16 YEARS OLD WHO IS WILLING TO WORK IN COLLECTION DEPART MENT. MUST HAVE BI CYCLE AND OF NEAT AP PEARANCE. GOOD SALARY TO START, APPLY READY FOR WORK. BOOKKEEPING DEPT., INDIANAPOLIS TIMES “FURNITURE WORKERS Cabinet makers, experienced on radio Cab THE UDELL WORKS EXPERIENCED MAN IN SAUSAGE ROOM AS HELPER. STATE AGE AND EXPERIENCE. BOX A-33, TIMES N THREE MEN who will be satisfied with average earnings of S3O per week to start. Men must be neat- apearing and willing to follow instructions that we teach you. Call or write 723 Continental Bank Bldg 4 to 8 p v m. A-l FLAT SANDER ABLE TO SAND OVERLAYS APPLY READY FOR WORK FURNAS FURNITURE CO. 139 S. EAST ST. life insurance salesmen HEALTH AND ACCIDENT SALESMEN SOMETHING NEW IN LIFE INSLRANCE Territory open in Anderson. Greens burg Greenfield, Newcastle, Rushville. ConnersviUe Columbus, under a very lib eral General Agents' contract. PAY EVERY’ WEEK The Ohio State Life Insurance Cos. J. L. Wikoff. Manager. TRUCKS wanted to haul coal. Apply early. C. 0. D. Coal Cos., 49th and Win throp. Track Driver STATE AGE AND EX PERIENCE- GIVE REFER ENCE. BOX A-34 TIMES. THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF INCAS—An organization for men and women, desires the services of a man with organising ability. Exceptional op portunity. See MR. BROWN, 5004 Mi E wash-. Apt. 2. WANTED Experienced machine operators for day and night work. Men with some ma chine shop experience to learn machine INTERNATIONAL MACHINE TOOL CO BOYS WANTED—GOOD PAY. STEADY EMPLOYMENT, BRING AOE CERTIFI CATE MR. FREEMAN. 18 N. MERIDIAN. WANTED— Elderly man or student to at tend furnace: private home. In exchange for warm room and breakfast. Be. 1145-R. TRUCKS to haul coal. Economy Fuel and Supply Cos. Sr. Itt Hi W. Bs*. Help Wanted Male YOUNG MAN ABOUT 17 YEARS OF AGE FOR AS SISTANT IN CREDIT DE PARTMENT. MUST COME WELL RECOMMENDED, HAVE BICYCLE AND A FAIR KNOWLEDGE OF THE CITY. APPLY _ TIMES OFFICE. _ Help Wantea female 20 YOUNG WOMEN, AGES 21 TO 40 FOR SPECIAL THEATRICAL WORX A FEW WOMEN OF VERY HEAVY WEIGHT. ALSO NO EJ. FERIENCE NECESSARY A GOOD SALARY LONG EMPLOYMENT. APPLY 9 TO 12 A. M. and 2 TO 8 P. M. RIALTO THEATER, 20 S. ILLINOIS, MANAGER. WOMEN—Needing to IncreaseTneome, good opportunity. Ir. 0717-W; 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. YOUNG WHITE GIRL—For "house work: more for home than wages. Ha. 3170-W. —_ _ . . - • v '>*- tions Wanted M< te YOUNG MAN—Wants job on farm. 606 E. Minnesota St. auctions Wantea female A MIDDLE AGED Christian white lady wants position as housekeeper. Miss Flora Hall, North Vernon, Ind., R. R. No. 8. LAUNDRY—To bring home; prefer large washings trem north side home: can give excellent rolereuces. Be. 0854-R. _ Scorns tor Rent ALA.. N.. 2458—R00m for 2 gentlemen; mod. priv. home: twin beds; breakfast. *4. Ta. 5331. ALABAMA. N.. 1101—2 sleeping rms.; steam heat; private family. ALABAMA."" N.. 2355—Attractive room, windows: private entrance; girls. Ta. 6647 ALABAMA. N, 2114—Lovely rm.. steam hyat; reasonable. Ta. 4474. BYRAM. 3834—Nice" rm. for girls; walk- dlst to Butler; privileges. Wa. 1206. CARROLLTON—LoveIy rm., prv. home College and 111. cars.; gentleman: garage Wa s 2652. _ CAPITOL. N., 1202—Bungalow Park 15; attrac. trout, excel, ht., pri. home, twin beds; $5 sgle.. $i dble.; bid, opt. Ri. 9716. CENTRAL. 2330—Nicely turn, rm; gentle man preferred. References. Ha. 0949. CENTRAL, 2232—Attractive rm., steam he a'; constant hot water; lor 2. Ha. 1306. COLLEGE. 3125—Desirable frt., adj. bath; steam ht.' couple or gentle. Wa. 2532-R. COLLEGE 2707—Pleasant front rm, large closets, const, hot water. He. 5454. COLLEGE. 2123—Apt. 4; attractive sieam heated front room; 1 or 2. He. 4148. COLLEGE, 3935—Lovely. modern rm private home, 1 or 2. Wa. 0541-R. DELAWARE. N.. 2426—Front room, suit able for 2 gentlemen. Ha. 0943. DELA., N.. 725—Apt. 9; 2 large, warm rms. adjoining bath; steam heat; reasonable. DELA., N., 2542; clean modern room; prl . vate home; bus; privileges. Ha. 055 a-R. DELAWARE. N.. 2264—Nice, large, front rm.: private home. Ta. 1986. DREXEL ARMS—73O N. Illinois; very de sirable outside rooms; furnished; $5 week and up. Li 2821. EAST. N.. 233 —Clean, comfortable, pleas ant room, north. $3.50. Rl. 4936. EAST. 728 N FREDOHEMA. APT. 4- MOD RMS.. HOT WATER. LI. 9627; ILL.. N.. 401—Rink, Apt. 67—Furn. front rm.; private bath, entrance. Li. 2708. ILLINOIS. N., 1121—Nice sleeping rm.; also 1 housekeeping; mod, everything fur. MARKET. E.. 1433—Modem sleeping rm $4. Call after 3 p m. MERIDIAN, N., 2249—Attractively furn., large, warm rm., near bath. Ta. 1627, MICH., W., 1075—Clean, warm rm., opp. Long Hospital: priv, ent., $3.50. Ri. 2741 MICH.. 1615 E.—Nice rm., near Tech; breakfast; garage optional. Ch. 2165. MICH., E,, 904—Nicely fur., clean, mod., sleeping room, steam heat; reasonable. MILLS AVE.. 924—Modern, room; private family; garage optional. Ri. 9965. NEW JERSEY. N., 2104—Large, sunny rm.; gentleman preferred; next bath. Ta. 1269. NORTH. Eh 419, APT. A—Lovely rm.; home privileges; reasonable. Li. 2795. OHIO HOTEL- 126 Vs E OHIO:" CLEAN AIRY _ROOMS; HOT WATER. ORIENTAL, N..' 20—Front room furn.. modern; reasonable; also housekeep. apt. PARK. 3209—Large front rm.; business man; constant hot water; garage opt. PARK, 1123—Lovely front rm., fur. cr un furn.. garage opt. Rl, 5817. RUCKLE, 2009—Room for several students. $2.50 each; priv. bath; garage. He. 2213. ST. DENIS "HOTEClean rms.: $5 wk. up. Men only. 136 W. Market St. TALBOTT7 n!! 1727—Clean, ettrnctive. warm rm., reas.. priv. home; gentleman Ha. 0313-R. TALBOTT, N., 3012—Large front room, well furnishad for 2, modern. Ta. 1240. VERMONT. W„ 38—Savory Apt. 6; large rm.; close in; plenty heat; hot wa. Ri 2227. WALNUT, E.. 112—Sleeping rm., next to bath: phone, private entrance. Rl. 3629. WALNUT. E., 320. APT. 2—Nicely fur nish ed_Jvont_jmom__connecting_batln__ WASH., E.. 1139—Hyland, Apt. 6; nice rm.. meals optional. Li. 8914, • nTH. E., 37—Mod. fur., single or double rms ; couple or girls. Li. 3817, 11TH.. 510. E.—South room, three windows: private home. Li. 6728. 19TH. E., 220—Pleasant, front rm* city heat, phone, bath, const, hot water, reas. 27TH. E., 910 Upper front rm.; meals optional: 2 gentlemen. He. 2512, 30TH. W., 414(2 —Attractive rm.: kitchen privileges: $4. Ha. 1453-R. 32ND7 W., 1215—Furn . front rm.. lady or gentleman. Ha. 1615-J. LOVELY ROOM FOR 2—Private home: close in, Ta. 7117. ■NICELY FURN.—Modern rm.. near West inghouse and carline. Ch. 2408-J after 4. Knickerbacker Weekly rates, board opt., rm. and bd., 2 in rm., $7.50 each; noon lunch, 35c: eve. dinner. 50c. Plenty parking space. 1541 Central. TRY TIMES WANT ADS FOR BUSINK- Room for Rent With Boaro CENTRAL —Excellent meals; home privil eges; walking distance. Li. 6209. ILL. N.. 2269—Nicely furn.. private home; steam heat; home cooking: SB. NEW JERSEY. N., 2066—Front rm., mod., private home; 2 men; SB. Central car. PARK, 3115—Front rm.; privaee family: board opt.; employed girl. Wa. 2889, RUCKLE! 1931—Newly decorated, modern room; home cooking. He. 2020. SOMERSET, 606—Small children, inclosed yard, nice home. Be. 4963. TALBOTT. N.. 1846—Large, modern nr ; girls preferred: meals opt. Ha. 1373-J. CHRISTIAN HOME—For aged or children; best of reference. Be. 1918-R 1. - ' 1 OR 2 CHILDREN to board; mother’s care. Ch. 0162-R. WANT CHILDREN TO BOARD—In good farm home., reas. R. R. 6. Bx. 447, NEAR GARFIELD PARK—First-class rm., 2 young men; private modern home. Dr. 3166-M. Rent Housekeeping R&oms ALA.. N., 528—Nice, clean, warm in winter. Call or phone. Rl. 3675. ASHLAND, 1804 —2 rms., 2 in-a-door beds; private entrance. He. 4406. BROADWAY, 2023—R00m and kitchenette; also single room. He. 2687. BROADWAY, 1422—Front pat., furn; pri vate bath: steam heat; garage; *9. CENTRAL. 1960—Nicely furn.. warm rms.. steam heat, modern, everyth, furnished. CHADWICK ST.. 914—Nice 3 rms.. dou —ble. furnished, lights, gas, water pd.; *6 per week. DREXEL ARMS—73O N. Illinois; several desirable furnished apts.; reasonable rates; $lO week. LL 2821. HAMILTON. 17. N.—s-room house, rear. • rooms, furnished. *ls a month. HIGHLAND AVE . 21 N.—2 clean, modern; everything furnished; adults. ILLINOIS, N., 2339—1. 2. 3 and 4-rm. priv. apts; S3. $5. *B. *8.50. *10; wk. everythg. fur. Ta. 7110. _ ELL.. N.. 1915—Beautiful furnished. 2-room apt.; modern; *7; everything' furnished. IRVINGTON—Two large front rooms, well furnished: garage. 5825 Julian ave. LEXINGTON. 1021—Large front rm.. down stalrs; private entrance. Dr. 0562-J. MERIDIAN. 1137 N.—Clean rms.; plenty heat: hot water. LI. 7438. NEW JERSEY. N.. 2042—2 lower, clean rooms; everything furnished; adults. PARK, 1655—2 and 3-room, front apt., reasonable. He. 1204. PARK, 1726—2 furnished rooms; private family; empl couple: reason. He. 5201 PRATT. E.. 426—3 rms. mod., everything fur, couple; mpr. couple p.~e; call ax. Bj3o. RUCKLE. 2015—2-rm. furnished apt.: *7: garage. He. 3667 ST. CLAIR. E.. 220—Modern front nicely turn.; housekeep. rm.; *5.50, ST. 1 ' JOE. E.. 215—Clean furn. rms., mod ern, housekeeping. Ri. 3564. UNION. 2515 —3 furnished rooms; private entrance; garage; *6.50 wk.; main floor. WALNUT, W-. 118—Single housekeeping m„ *4; double. *s._ Li. 9647. WOODRUFF PL . 544 M. D.-Niee furn. hot water. *lO vfc. Cb. 01% Dent Housekeeping Rooms 10TH. E . 226—3 rms. up. mod., everything turn.; 2-rm. down; reasonable, Rl. 4818 19TH, W.. 140—Fur. or unfur. apt* : good condition; private entrance. Ha. 1381-W MODERN—3-rro. apt., front, back entrance also 1 rm.. kitchenette, LI. 8781. 19 S. BUTLER AVE.—3 unfurnished rms.. modern; utilities furnished. LOVELY WOODRUFF—2 cozy front well heated .rms.; everything furn.; nr. Tech. Ch. 4108. LOVELY Woodruff—Pleasant, warm rm; kltchnt: everything turn; *6,50. Ch. 4106. Houses and Flats Furnished 4SHLAND 1527—2 rooms, neatly fur.; priv ent_; fbrything fur. Rt 3584. 3ACON. 1201—Garage bungalow, 3 rooms. and utilities furnished; $6. ELMIRA, 3325—5-room modern bungalow; furnished or unfurnished; ga. Ta. 2310. :.EW JERSEY. N.. 1112— 2-rocm apt nicely decorated: reference. ’ILLA 1627—4-room furrj apt., modern heat, water furn.. garage. *9 week. VALNUr, E. 115—3 rms.; priv bath, walk dist See housekeeper In basement 4-ROOM COMPLETELY furnished apt.; steam heat, telephone. Rl. 9131 after 7 p. m. CONGENIAL GIRL—T) share attractive apt., every modern convenience. Ir. 2947. LADY will heated apt., with bu iress woman: reas. Li. 2928. NICELY furnished 6-rm. bungalow, near Butler: everythint furn.: *65 LI. 6663 A oar'ments tor Rent ADAMS. 2305—3-rm. upper duplex, mod.; heat., water, lights fur., garage. *35. ADDISON 270 N.— 3-room mod., excf-t bath; gas, lights, wa.. ht; *25. Be. 1367-W. ALABAMA, 14. 2152—Morton pi.: 6-rm. duplex: cti.v heat fur. Wa, 2133. BELLINGHAM. 3610 -Balsam "Ave . newly decorated 3-room apts *47 50: utillites furnished _Wa 4413_ __ _____ BUTLER. S., 19 —Unfurnished rooms, mod ern; heat, lights, gas. water furnished: S3O. or *7.50 by week. CAPITOL. N.. 1019—Upper 4-rm. modern dita'ex: wated furnished. Rl. 3437. CENTRAL, 2149—First floor; five rooms, modern. $55,000. Miss Holoway, evenings. He. 4631. HALL PLACE. 1718—Attractive 3-rm. apt.. semi-mod.; sls; Illinois car line. 1220 PARIT'TTTTT *43.00 3015 N. MERIDIAN 82.50 3515 N. PENN 55.00 412 N. ALABAMA 55.00 MOYNAHAN PROPERTIES 710 Union Title Li. 3458. PENN.. N.. 2125—Attractive upper duplex; city heat. Ha. 1892-J evenings. 10TH. E.. 1734 Vi—Near Tech. 5 rms., bath, water. $25; inquire 1730 E. 10th. Ttf. 6074. 40TH. W.. 425 —4-rm. lower duplex: sep arate turnace; S3O. Hu. 3269. APARTMENT RENTAL BUREAU Let us help vou find an apartment. We take vou in our car No obligation of course Ri_ 1371 AMBASSADOR APARTMENT HOTEL Beautiful ultra modern, furnished or unfurnished; *60.50 and up Dally or monthly rates. Hotel service .Phone Ri 1371 or call at building. 850 Penn. KREIGER 336 E Prospect One and 2-room apts. newly decorated: $25 and S3O. See custodian or call LI. 6391. H H WOODSMAI.L & CO THE HAINES— 810>/a N. Illinois; living rm.. dinette, kitchenette, bath, *33. $35. __ IDEAL, large apts, for col. school teachers, or man and wife; heat guar; hot and cold watpr; no children; only high-class need apply. Cats and dogs not allowed. Call Owner mornings. Talbott 4673. High Grade Apt. for Colored Douglas Court, newly decorated, heat, water, gas and Its. furnished; cheap rent. 2101 Blvd. Place. Dunlop & Holtegel 122 E, Market. Li. 6517. Houses for Rent ALABAMA, N.. 2426 7-room modern double: only $35. Ha. 1488-J. BELLEFONTAINE, 1009—8 rms., modern; newly pap.; suitable rmers.; S3O. He. 4593. BRIGHTWOOD—294B N. Gale; Va 4-room mod, bungalow; garage. Call Li. 2940. CARROLLTON—Attractive 5-room mod. double, ga., redec.; only SSO. Hu. 2082. CENTRAL. 2341—Attr. mod. dble; fireplace; hdwood firs; $45: gar, opt. He. 5247. CENTRAL. 2487 —6-room mod. double; garage; only $37.50. Ha. 3299. CHARLES ST.. 1448—Strictly modern; 5r 1 room double; $26.50; water paid. Call rental department. Dr, 1713. _______ COLLEGE, 1627—6 rms, mod; .redec! new furnace; gar; water; S4O. He. 3292. COMAR. 1216—Owners; 6 rooms; 6 double, ' sun parlor; cabinet; garage; $46, Dr. 5617. CORNELL. 1401—5 rooms modern. (For .high class colored', $26.50. Dr. 3827. DELAWARE. N., 3008—6-room modern dou ble, garage; S6O. Mrs. Webber, Hu. 2155. DOWNEY~~AVE.. 3615—Harrison Heights; 4-m. bunga.; elec., painted: sl4. Ri. 3124 EAST ST.. S . 824—7-room frame, hiodern, water pd.. $25, Dr, 3074. after 7 p. m. EAST ST.. S.. 822—7 rooms, modern brick. water naid. Dr. 3974. after 7 p. m. HAMILTON, 1421—Nr. Tech; 6-voom faod ern; double; ga.; water pd. Wa. 1434. HARDING, N., 1816—4-room mod. dble; gar; $35.75; elderly couple. Be. 2294, HERMANN! 126—5-room semi-modern cot tage, water paid; reasonable. Dr, 4583-M. HIAWATHA, 210—5-rm. dble.: first class condition; sls. Owner,-Li. 4082. lOWA, 16, E—s rms. double mod. except furnace, garage. S3O; near Sacred Heart Church. Ha. 1208-R. JEFFERSON. 32b—4-rcom modern double, full basement, gar.; bus; $35. Ha. 4257-R. KENWOOD. 3707 —Lovely, modern 4 rooms and dining nook, large basement, laundry tubs, hot plate, large yard fenced in. nice garage, kitchen and dining nook furnishetf *SO. _ Wa. 1751, KEYSTONE. 246 N.—St. Philip's parish; 6-room semi-modem; wa. pd. Dr. 7485. MARKET. E . 1410—7-room modern, half double. Call Ch, 6617. , MISSOURI. S.. 422-24—5 rms., m#dern ex cept furnace. sl6; water paid. Owner. Li. 4082. MONTCALM. 1640—Riverside car; corner; 6-room mod,; garage; S3O, Hu. 1270. MOORE AVE.. 2821—5 rooms, semi-mod.; S2O. Call Wa. 5439. NEW YORK. E.. 2831—5 rooms; absolutely mod.; gar.; $36. J. W, FRIDAY. Li. 8760. NORTH. E., 3705—Very desirable 4-rm. mod.; almost new dbl.; S3O. Wa. 0395. OAKLAND. 226-28 S.— 5-room semi-mod! dou.; gar,; water pd.; *l9. Dr. 2023-R. OLNEY. 2848—Modern. 4-room double; new furnace; laundry; fine cond. Ri. 4749. PINE. N.. 438—5-room cottage, water paid. $24, See MR. BESTON. RAYMOND. 932 E.—Garfield park, near school; 5-rm. mod, double. Ha. 1326. RITTER. 372 S.—4 rooms, water paid; sl7. J. W. Friday. 334 Lemcke Bldg, LI. 8760. RIVERSIDE DR., E., 2907—Double; 6 rms.; gar. water pd.; near school; *35. Hu. 1424 ST. CLAIR. E.. 1122—9-room double, mod ern, clean, new garage, water pd.; *3O. SHELBY, 1323—4 rms.; cellar; elec., gas.; water; toilet; sl7. Dr. 5674-J. SPRUCE. 1726—Upper duplex: 6 rms. Ra* elec. inside toilet, ga.: wa. pd.; *ls SPRUCE. 822—Lexington car; 6-rm. double. good furnace: wa. pd.; *33. Ha. 0511. STILLWELL. 816—5 rooms; inside toilet gas, elec., good cond.; water pd.; sls. THORNBERRY, 2214—3-rooms. *10; 2002 S. Pershing, house, lot. *lO. Be. 4069. WEST—6 rooms, also 5 rooms; reasonable Inquire Ormsey, 1433 S. Belmont. 10TH, E.. 4900—Attractive. 2 way. 4-room double, garage Ir. 0576-W. 13TH. E.. 221—4 bedroom modern house, newly decorated: only *4O. Call Mr. Had ley. Ri. 2559, 619 JK. of P. 25TH. E.. 727—6 rooms, modern; redec.; new hardwoods; near sch.; $35. Ha. 2964. NEAT COTTAGE—New Daint and paper. large yard; $12.50. C#USE, 128 N. Dela. COLORED—74O W. 12th St.; reduced to * See this. CRUSE, 128 N. Delaware. COLORED—Douglas. 218; 4 rooms; gas, lights, toilet: water paid: sl6, Ta. 3512. 1144 S. SENATE—Mod., gar.. *25. Single. 1240 Roache, mod., garage. *2O. *15.00. 6IX ROOMS—Gas. electric lights, good repair. 915 E. 21st St. Owner. 1854 N. Delaware St. T*lbot 5334. COLORED. 2138 HOVEY ST—5 rooms. *ll. owner. 1854 N. Delaware 8t Talbot 5334. Five Rooms and Garage New paint and paper, elec. Its., gas, city water paid by owner. 521 Birch. Dunlop & Holtegel 122 E. Market Bt, LI. 6517. 4 ROOMB—With front and back porch Inclosed. 523 Tomlinson Ave. E. Washington Car, $25.00 Six-room double, elec. Its., gas. bath, city water paid by owner; garage. 49 S. La Sslie. Dunlop & Holtegel 122 E. Market. Li. 6517. 4 ROOMS—Rear of 434 N. Pine. *l4. Sec MR. BEST ON. COLORED—Schofield. 2810; near Douglas park; refln.; sls. Mrs. Barton, Rl. 1597. Business Places for Rent CHOICE—Large new storeroom, 546 Vlr ginia Ave., $35. Ch. 0825; eve. Hu. 2516. Houses for Sale BELLEFONTAINE. 1920 Modern home. especially priced to close estate. .He. 5616. FIVE ROOMS, semi-mod;, paved at.: only *U>O dowa. Zermai &egf* Bi. 701 Z. [ Houses for Sale BRICK VENEER—ENGLISH TYPE New modern 5-room bungalow: east front lot. 44x158. Side drive to garage. Rare buy at price asked. See 3366 School street. Li 2541. MR. CONN. Be. 5068-W WASHINGTON BANK A- TRUST CO. ABRAHAM LINCOLN SCHOOL close to; six rooms. Inside toilet, no Bar rett. east front, newly painted, decorated, priced *2.250. *250 down; balance month* Iy. AMERICAN ESTATE CO.. 621 Oc cidental Bldg. Rl. 9389. Mr Amos. Eve. Dr. 2432. '2841 S. PENNSYLVANIA See this brand new English bungalow and compare it with anything you have seen; 5 large rooms, handsomely dec orated. all hardwood floors, full base ment. 2-car garage; surprisingly low price. H. W. Fieber. Rl. 2509, Hu. 3284 BARGAIN FOR COLORED In Irvington. 5424 Burgess avenue; 5 rooms, electric lights, garage: large lot 38x228. Trees; terms; SSO cash. sl9 per month. Lt. 2541. MR. HARRYMAN. IRV. 3310. SHERMAN DR.. S , 734—Thoroughly mod ern 5-room house; all improvements paid; no Barrett; basement, garage, Holland furnace, built-in features, full front porch, rear porch. Close to school and church. This is a bargain. Price $3 950. Terms. C. B. McFADDEN. Ch. 0899. PENN.. N.. 1731—Must be sold; owner leav ing city; 4 bedrooms; must be seen to be appreciated. Open for inspection, near St. Peter. Paul Cathedral and school. Barg. WEBB. LINEBERRY CO.. 421-22 Lemcke Bldg. Ri 4647. eve., He. 3977. SSO DOWN 1636 Naomi Bt., 3 large rooms, inside plumbing, large lot. paved street, good condition. Price $2,250. RI. 2509. N. J. FOX. HU. 1168. ' 1420 E. GrMBER New 5-room modern bungalow. $4,000; paved street. Rybolt furnace, built-in features. Large basement; S2OO down. LI. 3282. Evenings, Wa. 1933. PRICES REDUCED 324 N. Bummit St.; “3-bedroom modern home: good location: east front. Priced to sell auick; reasonable terms. Call Rl. 6412, Ir. 3156, NORTH OF 39TH ST. Very attractive two bedroom home; side entrance; center hall; cheap. Li. 2541, MR. FARRIS. He, 4844. 15 YEARS TO PAY New brick veneer home, in the fastest growing section north; SSOO cash re oulred. Wa. 2975. 15 YEARS TO PAY S2OO cash, $37 per month; 5-room mod ern. paved street; south; almost new. Hu. 6452. SIOO CASH S2O per month; 4 rooms and room for bath; 4400 block north; Montrose edi tlon. Ri. 3477. Eve, Hu. 2975. DIRECT FROM OWNER Five-room modern bungalow; east; shrubbery and flowers, double garage, near Tech. Wa. 0754. Eves. Ch. 2224. SEE this"for BARGAIN East, 6030 Dewey Ave.; three-bedroom modern; front drive garage; fireproof roof; large porch; $4,000; *2OO cash. C. J. Barton, 222 N, Delaware st, Ri. 6796. BUNGALOW—New s_room modern, built in cabinet: breakfast nook; near school and car; improvements in and pd.; $4,250: S2OO cash, balance like rent. Harrison 1291-J. COLORED—TempIe Ave.. 2518; 6 rms.; al most new, newly deco., sq. of school. Spe cial offer to select family. $2,500: S2O month. Call WILLIAMS. Ir„ 1506-W, SIOO DOWN PAYMENT—III 6N. Riley ave.; 5-room modern bungalow: 50-ft. lot; price $4,600. S. DAVIS REALTY CO.. 702 Fl delity Trust. Ri. 6661. Dr. 1902. NEW four-room double; in-a-door bed; 2- car garage; rents S4O a side; live In one side, let other side make the payments No trades. Owners. Ir, 1152-W. WILL SACRIFICE my equity in 4-room house; Fairfax addition; small down pay ment, balance monthly. Ch. 1617. 9-RCOM HOME—In Central avenue; south of Seventeenth: lot 45x217 feet. Low price' for quick sale. Owner. He, 4204. BIG BARGAIN—LoveIy 3-bedroom, com pletely mod., near all schools; double gar.; $6.900; easy terms. Wa. 4895, $20.00 CASH—S2O monthly, price. $2,000 4 rooms, garage. 2 large lots. Owner. 1854 N. Delaware St., Talbot 5334. NORTH—AJI mod. cottage, in good re pair: cheap for quick sale. Owner, Ha 3827-W, ■ MAPLE ROAD 8LVD.—3765 N. Rural: semi-mod.," 5-room. bath. furn.. gar., lot 50x200: *BOO less cost yr, ago. He. 1658. $2,000 EQUITY IN HOME EAST—S rms. mod.; for sale or trade for bldg. lot. will take or assume cash dlff, Ch. 2190-M. NORTH EAST ST.. 849—10 rooms, mod.. good condl.; reas. Terms. Ri. 5655. BUNGALOW—6 rms.. best of const.: un usual. Owner Ir. 0754-M. A bargain. FORCED DOWN fcrtW FOR SATURDAY f AND MONDAY f for This Sale ■SiB yBjL/ and Great Price Reduction S. §H I// Ihis is the beginning of our busy season. New -Mij| J// goods are arriving from our factory. WE MUST HAVE FLOOR SHACK rv HHBnWy SALES NOT PRICE OR TERMS IS WHAT !||Mr7w COUNTS! THIS BONA FIDE SALE! UPRIGHT ’ Popular modern design J Ao Grand, in perfect con- PIANOS dition. d* o o C tf* Only tpJOD 1 Upright will he gold go MANY OTHERS to the first bu y- CO A EASY TERMS er for oriy jJV , ttt^txßaldwin Upright, plain PLAYERS - wonderful tone. Worth twice an qq Several players that can much eoU not be told from flew tt4l] con of q vprv low Brinkerhoff, plain case, will sen at a very tow KOO d fin i g b. __ Price. jagt like new.. lIU p EASY TERMS A Singer, good cage,' Tri guaranteed. Won- H. Phonographs SBO p Victor, S2O *-d Hlnze Upright. This Xv Brunswick, $lB W I piano has never left Columbia. sl2 JL count* 10 " 0010 ' Blgdlf> ' Terms as low as per week EASY TERMS RADIOS E MAJESTIC—ATWATER E KENT—KIMBALL £ Our service is the best. Hear our radios in our private radio salon, the same aa lt would be in your own home. KIMBALL Company 150 N. Delaware St—Ray Coverdill, Mgr, RI 2155 SEPT. 21,1929 Houses for Sale ORANGE. 3512; COLORED New -foom bungalow: nicely decorated; electric lights cement porch, cement walk* In yard, driven well, garage; lot 44x140; price *1.850: small cash Jpayment, balance monthly. close to Fatrmount Olasa Works Oas Company. Pennsylvania and Beech Orove Shops and Tie Company, take Shelbyvllie or Rushville lnterurban to 3500 Prospect St., walk two blocks south: agents on ground all day Sunday. OSCAR LEE. 406 Castle Hall bldg . 230 E. Ohio. Rl. 7217. $4,350 S2OO Cash—s37.so Per Month Modern; 5 rooms; 1 year old; laundry facilities, finished floors, brick and ce ment porch; shrubbery; garage; paved street; near car line and schools: north east 29J5 N Denny. Evenings, Hu 1 16. Bridges ac Oraves Cos.. 243 N. De.avtare. Ri. 3477. HOYT AVE, 3925—4-room semi-modern bungalow, gas, lights, electricity, inside toilet, garage In first-class condition: no Barrett. Take English ave. car to Orant. Close to school, church. Pennsylvania Hawthorne shops. Sell at a bargain. *2,450; *2OO down, balance *22 50 month C. B M-Fadden. 230 E. Ohio. Ri 8217 or Ch. 0899. FOR COLORED BUYfcUS " Five-room, garage, nice lot. *l5O down, balance *lB month. AMERICAN ESTATE CO., 621 Occidental Building. Ri. 9389. Mr. Amos. Eve. Pr. $433. Lots for Sate INVEST NORTH I now have several one, two and three acre lots north of 71st street. Some wooded. 11 miles from monument. Will trade. LI. 2541 MR. FARRIS. HE. 4844. Real Estate Wanted CASH for property, all kinds. C. J. BOR TON, 223 N Delaware. Rl. 6796, Suburban for Sale LOVELY 5-room modern bungalow; chick en house, garage, sidewalks; reasonable; terms; east on National road to Ist rd east of Bertermann's, north to Ist house north of 25th st. Also 3 and 3-acre tracts reasonable. Mrs. H a ugh. Farms for Sate SALE OR TRADE—BO-acre farm, 9 miles 8 W. of Martinsville, 2 miles of Dixie highway; good 4-rm. house, fruit trees, excellent land and timber. Call 1744 Laurel, between 6-8, evenings. NINETY or 140 acres; Shelby county Tone of best farms In state; ten-rm. house. Henry Halblng. Union sik. Yds. Rl. 1464. 20 ACRES—Good fertile laud: good toca tlon; cheap. J. Tex, Southport 115-J-l. Real Estate for Exchange IMPROVED farm; eauipped; for good busi ness or property: north preferred. Rl. 6876 Building and Contracting ATTENTION SUBURBAN LOT OWNERS We build a complete 4-room suburban house, block foundation; cement and brick porches and garage for *1,500 ; 5 rooms for $1,750: a clear lot and some cash necessary. Dr. 3066. TRY TIMES WANT 4DS FOR BUSINKSfe. Storage and Transfer LOCAL AND OVERLAND TRANSFER Fire-proof storage house Store now, nap 6 months later. No charge lor hauling in. New trucks. Experienced men PARTLOW -JENKINB MOTOR CAR CO. 4)9 E Market Rl 7750 TRANSFER—Storage, packing, shipping: low rates on California shipment. OTTO J. SUESZ. RI. 6561. RI. 3628. CH. 4579 —Nltes— CH. 0699-W J H. TAYLOR TRANB. 8c STORAQE SPECIAL PRICES. OVERLAND- To or from Chicago St Louis. Detroit, Cleve land or other cities. Dr. 3071 or Rl 4265. LOCAL AND OVERLAND HAULlNO—Spe cial prices on large or small lots to all points. RI. 6561 Rl 3628 CH. 4579 -Nltes— CH. 0699-W MOVING. *3.50 A LOAD AND UP-Larger covered truck: plenty padding: careful, courteous men. May Transfer. Dr. 5857. FURNITURE moved. 82 50 and up: large covered trucks. Lt 7790. Ch 1432 BRITTON TRANSFER—Moving '43~80 Joed; large trucks responsible men Dr 7616 BOTTS TRANSFER—Large vans $5 per load Pi. 3483 HAULING—*3 50 per l£ad and up. Expert piano movers. Hicks, Rl. 6434, Miscellaneous for Sale BEDROOM SUITE—9-piece, twin; 9-pc. di>. vg rm. suite, like new, reas. 2737 _N jl _ enn. BEDROOM furniture, good condition; cheap; must sell. Ha. 1877.