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SPECIAL PRIZES
TO BE GIVEN IN
DANCE_CONTEST
Times and Indiana Roof
Join in Teaching New
Step to Public.
The Indianapolis Times “Prep
Btep” classes being held at the In
diana ballroom each night this week
are attracting such wide attention
that the roof management has an
nounced a special contest for adepts
of the new dance Saturday night.
“Prep Step’’ is the new dance
which has gained nation-wide pop
ularity as result of Its introduction
by Helen Kane and Jack Oakie in
Nancy Carrol's new talking picture.
•’Sweetie.”
Each night this week free instruc
tion classes are being held at the
Indiana ballroom under supervision
of Walter Pattridge and Miss Reba
Alden. The only thing necessary for
admission is a clipping of one of the
“Prep Step" stories from an issue
of The Times.
The winning couple In Saturday
night’s contest will receive a cash
award of $25 in addition to a con- i
tract to play the Indiana theater!
for one week during the showing of
"Sweetie.”
To the second best couple will go
a cash prize of $35, while the third j
best will be given $lO.
Each entrant will be given a com- !
plimentary ticket to the "Sweetie” j
midnight premirre, to be held at the j
Indiana theater the night of Nov. 20 •
“Prep Step” is one of the most j
novel dances introduced since the j
“Charleston” and present indica- 1
tions are that it will gain a mo- j
mentum that will result in wide j
popularity.
In the Ann is Saturday night, a
committee of judges named by the
Indiana ballroom management and
the Indianapolis Times will select
the winners.
A special number, also called
"Prep Step,” is the tune which Al
Sky and his orchestra will play dur
ing the contest.
Winds are produced by differences I
In atmospheric pressure in various
locations.
Opposite Terminal Station
Starting Friday and Saturday
And Each Week for 12 Episodes
A Super Adventure Serial
With
Natalie Kingston and Jay Wilsey (Buffalo Bill Jr.)
The Big 12-Chapter Play of Thrills
DON’T MISS IT!
IKQURAS-I>UBI TH EAfKI
vi.it ti south irVjin ll **> f
I JllMharoiA I
S tkSft A Welcome Mi
ill ‘"rr b r„*r
HiJbSa
Here are five different pictures
of positions in the “Prep Step,”
new dance which is sweeping the
country. The poses were made by
Jack Oakie, film and stage star,
and Helen Kane, the “boopa boop”
who sang her way to world-wide
record popularity with such num
bers as “That's My Weakness
Now,” and “Get Out and Get Un
der the Moon.”
The two do the dance in Nancy
Carroll’s newest picture, “Sweetie.”
Explanation of the steps follow:
1. Girl with the left foot and
boy with the right, toe step to the
side.
2. In the same position, heel
step to the side. Repeat the step
of No. 1. Repeat the entire three
taps on other foot.
3. Kick forward taking step
with boy finishing on right foot
and girl on left foot.
4. The draj stamp which fol
lows the kick step. Toy on the
MOTION PICTURES
‘Prep Step’lllustrated by Experts
AMUSEMENTS
ENGLISH’S]
3 DAYS OILY
BEG. MON., NOV. 18
MAT. WED.
SEATS SELLING
SENSATIONAL war
DRAMA WITH ALL
ENGLISH CAST
MET!
trUCSherriff
Nights. 50e to R,M. Mat.. 60c. >1.50 B
left foot and girl on right foot
with bodies bent forward.
5. The finish of the drag stamp
with the feet on the floor. Bodies
bent forward to the extreme. Re-
500 TO HEAR TALK
Committee Is Named to
Receive John Moody.
A special committee from the In
dianapolis Bond Men’s Club will re
ceive John Moody, New York finan
cial expert, who will address more
than five hundred Hoosier bankers
and investment men at the Colum
bia Club Friday night.
The committee, named today by
Roy Rodabaugh, president of the
club, includes:
E. J. Wuensch, Frank A. Madden,
Mitchell P. Crist, George B. Elliott,
Dwight Peterson, J. Craig Fisher,
Robert M. Fletcher, Henry Holt, Ot-
MOTION PICTURES
W Metro ■ GoM-vyn • Maytr \ f
W miXNT’S
iHARION DAVIESj
lie MARIANNE')!
lilljjlk hcppipst M
l hi
Starting Saturday
Bebe Daniels—John Boles in
“HIO JUTA”
Talking—Singing—Dancing
rAPOLLOi
WOW PLAYING
THE SCREEN’S FIRST ORIGINAL H
ALL-TALKING, SINGING. DANCING
Musical Comedy
“SUNNY SIDE UP”
with
JANET GAYNOR
CHARLES FARRELL
EI Brendel, Marjorie White |
Frank Richardson
GBUUM
Ann Harding
‘‘Paris Bound 19
100% Talk
A frank, daring expose of high life
and modern marriage.
Talking Short Subjects
HUE 53. $2. 51.50, 51. 50c SJtT. MAT. 51.50, 51. 50c
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
peat the kicks and stamp on other
feet.
The remaining four positions
will be shown in Friday’s Times.
to F. Haueisen, J. J. Kiser, Hugh
Niven, Thomas D. Sheerin, Ray
mond D. Jackson, R. S. Saylor and
Clair McConnell.
Elmer Stout, president of the In
diana Bankers’ Association, will be
toastmaster at the dinner. Many
out-state bankers and investment
men are expected at the dinner,
Rodabaugh said.
TALKS CAMP FIRE WORK
New York Executive Is Speaker at
Semi-Annual Session.
Work of the Camp Fire organi
zation was discussed by. Miss Anne
Kneuer, Camp Fire Girl executive
for Staten Island, N. Y., before
fifty-eight members of the Indian
apolis Council at its semi-annual
dinner at the Christ church parish
house Wednesday night.
Charles H. Smith, council presi
dent, presided. Girls of the organi
zation explained phases of the work.
A I By TS BETTER
m mr&lll' BACKFtEISFINE
jajS sSjsJ after Musferole—soothing, safe
ffigr —is applied once every hour for i
F .Jjar 5 hours. You should even eel
\ Free Instructions I
\ on PREP STEP /
wi tinder Direction of .W
'M& Walter Fattridge f&B
Contest Sat., Nov. 16 fiSf
: j&a $50.00 Cash Prizes ftiß
-iafg,
-s|m Al Skv and His Stars
MOTION PICTURES
as never before
frUobo*'
fn j
“SAY IT WITH SONGS” V
, J vxys! “The 2 Black Crows” j
AMUSEMENTS
rSVrI LH
ON THE STAGE
WEEK Indiana’s own movie star
CHARLIE
25c MURRAY
(IN PERSON)
OTHER KEITH VAUDEVILLE ACT?!
Plus ALL-TALKING Picture
“LOVE, LIVE and
LAUGH” with
GEORGE JESSEL
and LILA LEE
SATURDAY—DAVE Y LEE, BETTY
COMPSON. MONTE BLUE IN
“SKIN DEEP,” TALKIE
SHOPLIFTER TO
SERVEJTIME’
Appellate Court Affirms
Term in Prison.
Miss Marie McGlynn, sentenced
in criminal court in 1926, to two to
fourteen years at the Indiana wom
an’s prison for shoplifting, must
serve the sentence, appellate court
decided today.
A similar decision was rendered
a few days ago by the court in the
case of Miss Martha Swarat, an ac
complice. Ray Mitchell the third
member of the trio, was sentenced
in 1926 to from two to fourteen
years at the Indiana state reforma
tory.
The appellate court reversed an
industrial board decision requiring
the Gary Heat and Light Company
to pay Mrs. Mamie Crawford, $4.40
a week for 300 weeks for the death
of her son, Henry Crawford Jr., an
employe of the company who was
killed at work. Both the company,
Mrs. Crawford and two sisters of the
deceased appealed the case.
The court ordered rehearing by
the board and pointed out that, if
an award is made in the case, it
should be $16.50 a week, 55 per cent
of the weekly wage.
HOLD BURIAL SATURDAY
Funeral at Franklin for Victim of
Thumb-Cut Infection.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Calvary
United Brethren church for Mrs. Lil
lie Williams. 67, of 1815 Hoyt ave
nue, who died Wednesday night at
city hospital.
Death was caused by an infection
developing from a cut on her thumb
while working in her kitchen several
weeks ago.
Surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. A. R. Perryman, Mrs. George
Rusler and Mrs. Russell Easley, all
of Indianapolis, and six grandchil
dren. Burial will be in Franklin,
her former home.
BALKY AUTO IS TRAP
Youth Is Charged With Burglary
When Car Blocks Escape.
Treason of the motor of his au
tomobile Wednesday night landed
Arthur Smith, 19, of 4509 West Ver
mont street, in jail, where he is
charged today with burglary.
With two other youths, Smith Is
accused of breaking into a grocery
at 1702 West Michigan street. The
other boys fled when police ap
proached, but Smith stayed in the
car. trying to start the balky engine.
Diamond Theft Reported
Theft, of a diamond ring, valued
at $135. from his home Wednesday
night, was reported to police today
by Russell Tolon, 947 South West
street.
Legal Notices
SPECIAL NOTICE
Stockholders’ annual meeting of the
White River Railroad Company for elec
tion of officers and general business will
be held at the office of Kingan <& Cos..
Indianapolis Friday. Nov. 15. at 2:30
D ‘ m " A. M. M’VIE. Secretary.
Order Your Fuel Supply Now From
One of the Following Dependable Dealers
* sS£ ,j am jSSji' J'BjuCw
VwWk WE DELIVER ANYWHERE
White Ash 4-inch lump $4.75
Special Block $5.00
This is a high-grade Indiana No. 5, 6-inch lump that gives
West Virginia results, guaranteed to be the best you can get,
or money refunded. _ __
West Virginia Egg $5.75
West Virginia 4-inch clean lump $6.25
West Virginia 6-inch clean lump $6.50
Island Creek $6.75
Big Lump
WHEEL CHARGE, 25c
HARVEY
COAL COl
BO BAST MORRIS ST7
PR. 2094 - DR. 2093
Eant/h w Etfl II
igh p aUHSb a v V $
it
4-INCH LUMP
NO WHEEL CHARGE
W. Virginia egg ....$5,851 W. Virginia 6-in. Ip.. 6.75
W. Virginia 2-in. 1p... 6.25 land C . r - eek W * Va ‘ *
Poca. mine run 6.00
W. Virginia 4-in. Ip.. 6.50; 50% big eagle lump
Red Ash
Poca. fractured $7.25
SPLASH DAM SEAM
This coal Is a wonderful coal for the furnace. Looks, burns and gives
the same satisfaction as some of the best grades of rocabontas lump.
Wonder Poca. lump... 8.00 Ind. lp., clean fkd.... 5.00
Wonder Poca. Egg... 7.25 W. Va. nut and slack 3.75
E. Ky. 4-in. lp., fkd.. 6.75 Furnace coke 9.25
The different kinds and grades 7>f coal listed above, after 20 years
in the coal business, to our knowledge are the best values obtainable.
Give them a trial.
Meridian Coal Company
1010 Burdsal Pkwy.
LI. 6237. ' TA. 4299
Death Notices
HANDY, WILLIAM H.—Age 46 years, be
loved husband of Elza Handy, father of
Gurnnie. Harold E.. Lora M.. Laura M.
Handy and Lucy I. Jacobs, brother of
Gurnnie and Fred Handy, Mrs. Ritta
Neivarger, Mrs. Ethel Johnson of Indi
anapolis, Mrs. Ray Heck of Morristown,
Mrs. George Heck and Mrs. Ruth Catt
of Rushvllle, Ind., passed away Nov. 14
at Methodist hospital. Funeral notice
later. For information call LITTLE <fe
SON, Ha. 2222.
McBRJDE, BENJAMIN B.—Age 47 years,
passed away Wednesday, 7:30 a. m. Fu
eral services will be held at the home of
Mrs. Maude Bennett, 534 South East St.
Burial New Crown cemetery. Friends
Invited. < Bloomington (Ind.) papers
please copy.* _.
NATALE. BlAGGO—Beloved husband of
Maggie Natale, father of Mts. Augustine
Sansone. Mrs. Josephine Bruno, Nunzio
Natale and Pete Natale all of Indlana
apolis; Mrs. Peter Macalusc, of Chicago.
111.: Mrs. Rosa Stedron and Joseph Natale,
of Bloomington, >lnd.. passed away at resi
dence 540 Stevens St.. Tuesday. Nov. 12.
1929. at 3:35 p m.. age 63 years. Funeral
Friday, Nov. 15 from 616 Stevens St., at
8:30 a. m. and Holy Rosary• church at
9 a. m.' Friends invited. Burial Holy
Cross cemetery. _____
In Memoriam Notices
IN MEMORIAM—In loving remembrance
of our dear husband and father. Fred D.
Beck, who passed away one year ago to
day. Nov. 14. 1928. , _
A loving husband and Father. So kind
and True.
No one on earth, like you we find.
For all of us you did your best
Now God has called you home to rest.
WIFE and CHILDREN.
IN MEMORIAM—In memory of my dear
brother, John W. Cornforth. who passed
away twenty-four years ago today, Nov.
* 4 ’l often think of you dear brother.
Your name Is often called.
But there is nothing to answer
But vour picture on my wall.
Loving sister,
MILDRED LEUKEL. Baltimore Md.
TIMES WANT ADS BRING BUSINESS
Funeral Directors
WM. D. BEANBLOSSOM
Mortuary
Phone, Be. 1588 1321-23 W. Ray Bt.
W. T. BLASENGYM
Main office 2220 Shelby St
Drexel 2570
George Grinsteiner
Funeral director 522 E Market
Rllev 5374
HERRMANN FUNERAL HOME.
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1854.
701 N. New Jersey St. Rl. 6778. Rl. 6857.
E. H. HINSHAW
HEM. 3910 2727 Bellefontaine
UNDERTAKERS
HISEY & TITUS
931 N Delaware U 5821
LAUCK FUNERAL HOME
1458 S. Meridian. Dr. 2140
LINDAMOOD
5717 W Morris Be. 1232
J W. PATTERBON.
Funeral Director.
Rllev 3606.
“A REAL HOME FOR SERVICE”
RAGSDALE & PRICE
Ls. 3608 1219 N. Alabama
VV. H. RICHARDSON & CO.
1801 N. Meridian. Ta. 1610.
WALD
1222 Union St. 1619 N. Illinois Bt.
J C. WlLSON—i*tuieraJ pajiors: nmbulancr
service and modern automotive eauip
nient nr 0321 and Dr 9322
Vou Read tne Want Ads-
Have you tried to use them?
It's easy--Call Ri. 6551
Ask for an Ad Taker
Special Notices
LIBRARY BINDING
Notice is hereby given that the di
rectors will receive bids. Nov. 25th, on
the state library binding, contract for
1930. 1931; specifications and forms, may
be obtained at the State Library, 301
Statehouse.
DANCING
Thursday night; special 25c admission,
dancing free. C. Mushrush teaches the
St. Louis hop free from 8 to 9. Enter
contest. Japanese Casino. Southeastern
at Emerson.
NATURE'S AID mineral baths and mas
sage. For rheumatism, neuritis, nervous
ness high blood pressure and reducing All
disorders of the blood. 303 Castle Hal!
building. 230 E. Ohio. LI. 5092.
DRESSMAKING—Embroidery work. old
friends, w'ho used to call at 1106 Madison
Ave. Now call 345 N. Jefferson, Ch. 5181.
MRS. MARY A. SMITH.
ENDICOTT-JOHNSON—Work or dress
shoes, $1.98 to $3.93. Overalls, pants.
shirts, gloves, cut prices. 118 Virginia
SULPHUR. VAPOR BATHS—Massaging for
men. women. Mildred Mewhinney. 227
N. Delaware. Apt, 6. Ri, 6682.
LADIES’, hair bobbing. 10-20
cents. Free barber work except Saturday.
Torr’s Barber College. 472 W. Wash.
FUR COATS—Now's the time to have them
relined and repaired. Ha. 4473-M,
Special Notices
TAP DANCE—Childrens classes, ages 5
to 14; scientific methods. Hour iesson. 50c.
STONE DANCE STUDIO.
SIO,OOO ACCIDENT POLICY. s2.oo—Liberal
protection; S2O per week: SIOO financial
aid. Call LI. 2662 for information
STEAM. VAPOR; SULPHUR BATHS.
Massaging for Poor Circulation.
320 E. Vermont St. Rl. 0575
LADIES needing tailoring and dressmak
ing; exp. Call morn, or eves. Dr. 1279.
UNIQUE BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
available for small concerns. Hu. 5952,
WONDERFUL BATHS
Osteo Massage. Ha. 1571.
JAC BRODERICK
School of dancing, children's classes a
specialty. Ballet, toe. tap. acrobatic. 28
W. North. Ri. 3095.
AVIATION—EnroII now. machinist and
pilots' flying course on easy payment
plan at Hoosier Air Port. Evening classes
Phone Ta. 0461.
DRAM. ART. public speaking, coaching,
success, teacher.; chit., adults. Ta. 1382.
Business Announcements
CHIMNEY pointing and repairing. Roo*
and gutters repaired. Ch. 7112-W.
FEATHERS—Bcught solo and renovated
feather mattresses, pillows made to order
E. P Burkle. 431-433 Mass. Ave Rl_6M>
FURNACE installation: #ll makes of furn.
repaired. Doyle Heating Cos.. Li. 7270.
PAPER HANGlNG—lnterior painting, cal
cimining, job plaster. Jennings. Li. 0763.
PAPER HANGING—Samples shown; spe
clal discount this month. Dr. 2389._
RUGS cleaned. 9x12. $1.50. Call for, del..
10-da. spec. Keemer Rug. Cos. Ch. 5336.
TINNING—Roofing, furnace repairs. Get
our price. E. M. BAXTER CO. Ch. 4246.
UPHOLSTERING, repairing furniture; spe
cial price for 30 days. L. H. McCulland
2168 N. Illinois. Ta, 5069. Open eves.
STERRETT—Chester 8., cleaning dying,
alterations, pressing while you wait, drop
in 128 E. Ohio. Li. 3103.
HAVE YOUR GUTTERING and tinning
done by our Tinshon on Wheels. Dr. 2773.
WHY PAY MORE.
Paper furnished and hung. $4 per room
Ir. 2415 FRANK JACKSON. Ch. 2004.
Lost and Found
BILLFOLD—W. Wash., between West and
California; working man. Dr. 0208. Reward
BOSTON TERRIER—Name Rowdy; dark
brindle, well marked with white. Chll
dren's pet. Please call Hu. 4379. Reward.
BROWN PURSE lost, containing about SSO.
Reward. Rl. 4668. Eves.. Ir, 4009.
FOX TERRIER DOG —Lost, answers to
name “Jlggs.” Reward. Ir, 1964.
LOST—Kappa Sigma pin, star and
crescent shaped, jeweled; rew. Ta. 4965.
Help Wanted Male
SALESMEN
Opening for salesmen, preferrably with
radio experience. Permanent position
with substantial compensation. Refer
ence required. See Mr. Hood.
INDIANAPOLIS POWER
AND LIGHT CO.
WEST WASHINGTON ST.
YOUNG MEN
We need a few more wide awake, hard
working men to add to our present sales
force. Must be of good character. Ex
perience not necessary - , we train you
free. Excellent proposition with live wire
organization. Permanent employment.
Apply MR. VAUGHT. 5616 E. Washington.
DISTRIBUTOR
wanted for Indianapolis and adjoining
counties. Our product is new ; in demand
by restaurants, drug, confectionery stores,
road .stands, etc. To right party we offer
an opportunity for financial independence.
See Mr. Hartburgh from 1 to 4 p. m.,
Linden hotel.
REAL SALESMEN are making money act
ing as state distributors for new garage
line, no risk. Try out free. Ask for
H. L. Thomas. Hotel Lockerbie. Rm. COS.
SPECIALTY SALESMAN
We have several openings for men who
can sell something every one needs. 526
K. of P Bldg. Call afternoon or evening.
PAINTER WANTED—WiII give room in ex-
Chari* for work. Call at 460 E. Wash
ington St.
PAINTER and Sign Painter will exchange
high grade dental work. 10 N. Penn. St.
DR. ANDERSON.
BARBER WANTED AT ONCE.
FOUR sales weekly pay SI,OBO monthly.
See Kent. Room 1108. 156 E. Market St.
Help Wanted Female
EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
Coats, dresses and lingerie goods, salary
and commission; only those coming high
ly recommended given consideration.
Apply
CHARLES. 4 V/. WASHINGTON ST.
WOMAN WANTED
For kitchen help
i
fP>: We guarantee every pound of our coal to be as represented Bk
and we welcome the weight inspector on every load.
||§ W. Va. 6-in. forked, large block, free burning, nonclinkering
f||| W. Va. 4-in. lump, forked 6.50 I
Kali tv. Va. 2-inch lump, forked 625 rata
Bn Genuine No. 3 red ash, coarse Toeahontas, mine run 7.00 lj|K
K| Gen. Pocahontas No. 3 shoveled lump 8.75
H Pocahontas mine run, 50% 2-inch Virginia lump 6.50 Bp
fiSH Best Indiana No. 5, 6 inch 5.25 1C
H*j W. Va. slack and lump 4.00
Bp* Blue Ridge Red Ash Virginia site
Pp The high-grade 6-inch W. Virginia coal from Fayette county. Rg
we put into many places in preference to Pocahontas, because of its I®-'
liH hifti* heat value, very low in ash. Glean forked, free burning fur- I ■'
pa nnce rnfll that overnight and positively will not clinker, I
Martin Ice 6c Fuel Co^JI
NO WHEEL CHARGE | —
l— /
Ind. 8-In. Lp., No. 5 W. Va. 6-In. Lp.
4.75 || 56.50
West Virginia 4-Inch Lump $6.25
West Virginia 2x6 Furnace Lump $6.00
Citizens Coke, Ail Sizes $9.00, $9.50
“ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS”
FREDERICK COAL CO.
PHONE DR. 1793. 801-809 BEECHER
< Uue£Kwuj/
NO WHEEL CHARGE
W- Virginia egg So-S-I tV. Virginia 0 in. 1p... 6.75
W. Virginia 2-in. 1p... 6.25 Nl. Creek W. Va 7.00
W - Virginia 4-in. 1p... 6.00 30% BIG EAGLE LUMP
\TJiP Ked Ash, Pocahontac fractured |2.75
JBj.W SPLASH DAM SEAM
This coal is a wonderful coal for the furnace.
Jf Looks, burns and gives the same satisfaction as some
of the best grades of Pocahontas lump.
wsla&fc. ™>“ de r , P V a - - I Va. nut & slk.. 3.75
Ind. lp., clean fkd. 5.00 | lurnace coke ..... .25
i m t°s Red River Coal Cos.
m Ll * 1868 342 W. 10th St.
NOV. 14, 192%
Help Wanted Female
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-More for home
than wajfes. care for child 2 yrs. old. sl4
jnonth. Call after 6 n. m. Box A-S7 Times.
Situations Wanted Male
MAN—Experienced, wants work In
; * ny reaaon>bi>
Situations Wanted Female
g Qr P clean°ng d Rfiifts and d * 7 work; I>und^
andr > : or finished. Call for
white woman. He. 2718
Rooms for Rent
A fVont A ‘ N w i*” S J B-Nlc. warm rms..
iront. Ist. fl„ modern. Free laundrv.
ALABAMA. N,. 1120—isT~lf front mi
running water: good heat L! 8694
' 4l °--Cheerful rmTT l~or 2";
private home; garage Ch. 0805.
BROADWAY, 1943—Nice, strictly - modenT
front room; private home. He. 4816 *
a 8 ~ 3 Y5l rm ’ DlCely furnlsh<rd
C mSn L ' U°TO4 L 6 arge UonCtm -
CENTRAL. 1636—Newly furnished, modern.
COZ V- privileges; garage. Ha. 3559.
CLINTON HOTEL —29 Virginia! clean
sleeping and hsekpg, rms.: steam heat!
COLLEGE. 2242—Pleasant, warn rm., corT
stant hot water, 1 or 2 girls or couple.
DELAWARE. N.. 816—Furnished - modern
rooms; reasonable. Close to school
DENISON HOTEL
Prnnsvlyania and Ohio. Now is your
soc . urp a nice warm room
for winter. Complete hotel service. Rat**
surDiGslnclv low; $5 wk.: 2-room suiter;
parlor, bedroom, bath, for 4 persons, at
$75 mo. Let us_show vou.
DREXEL ARMS—73O N. Illinois; very* d*-
and b up. OI Lf ld 2 f ß2 r i 00mS ’ ,urnlshed - *s’wee*
„ harbour hotel.
‘ ILL.—Pleasant warm rms., mod.
i yPJ}} cniences. a good place to make vour
: home. Very reasonable rates.
j HOTEL ROOMS—Clean, steam heated,
h l „ oWe le n ba i- h '%,- sfi v. an o d $7 per wee *: dou
ble. 460 E. Wash. St.
ILLINOIS, N., 431. Apt. I—Steam heaved
8 conveniences; walk, distance. LI.
Illinois. N., 1726—Nice, well turn, front
rm.. private entranc-v Ha. 1043.
ILLINOIS. N.. 2441 Nicely furnished front
rm., near bath, reason. Ha. 2858-R.
ILL.. N.~Rm.. good heatT'hot, water, twin
beds or single, Ta. 6585.
ILLINOIS. N.. 3251 Nice room for gentle
man; $5. single. Ta. ?308
LA SALLE, 812- Mori.; near Westinghous#
plant: 2 men; bus line and garage.
MERIDIAN, N . 23 i5-N fcely furnished
sleeping rm. Ta. 1699.
MINN.. E.. 326—Nice, clean room garage
5518 SlreC * : gentlemen preferred. Dr.
OHIO HOTEL—I26*S E. Ohio; clean mis.;
steam; hot, cold water; $4 up.
ORIENTAL. N.. 20—Front room furn.,
modern; reasonable: also housekeep. apt.
PARK, 3115—Modern, front room; private
family; employed girls. Wa. 2889.
PARK, 3022—Nicely furnished room; prf
vate home. Ka. 0391 -J.
PENN.. N„ 627 APT. 2—Large front
fireplace: steam heat.
RUCKLE, i825 Lovely quitet rm., refined
private home. Good heat. He. 5028
SARATOGA HOTEL-540 Mass.; clean;
st. heated rmc., spc. wkly rates. Li. 0665.
SHEFFIELD. N., 31— Nice, front room.
plenty hot water: prlv. home. Be. 4428.
SPRUCE. 444—G00d rm.. near bath, $3;
English ave, car. Dr. 376 Q-M.
TALBOTT. N., 1727—Warm, attrac. rm.;
reas.: gentlemen: prl. home. Ha. 0313-R.
' 320 E. VERMONT
Nicely furn.. clean, comfortable rm*.
Plenty heat, hot water. $2.50 week up.
Ri, 0575. _
WALNUT. E., 320; Apt. 9—Front rm..
steam heat. Will appreciate ts seen,
28TH. W., 920 —Room adjoining bath; man
preferred. Ha. 0817.
37TH. E.. 41—Newly furnished room; twin
beds; private home.
38TH. E.. 447—Middle aged gentleman.
Wa, 2729-1. LL_6B67.
HOTEL ROOMS—S3.SO single, $5 to $7
double; per week. $1 to $3 per day; day,
night service. 359 W, Washington.
2-WAY WINDOW ROOM—Near Zarlng,
churches; board optional. Ha. 4758-J.
LARGE front rm.. $4; 1 rm.. twin beds:
modern: garage. Ch. 7760.
Room for Rent With Board
BERNARD, W„ 622—3 squares north of
38th St.; room with or without board;
for 1 or 2 persons, in private family: ga
rage if wanted; near Butler college.
OAKLAND, N., 953—Modern front rm.. 3
meals. 1 or. 2. Ch. 2714-W.
PENN.. N., 2123—Light, front, airy room;
good meals; reasonable. Ha. 1892-R.
RUCKLE. 1937—Large front rm.. newly
decorated, good heat; 1 or 2. He. 2020.
WASH.. E.. 1139- HYLAND. APT. I;
PLENTY HEAT. HOT WA. LI. 8914.

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