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SECRET AGENT
WOOS GIRL TO
END SMUGGLING
Customs Fraud Is Bared as
‘Lover’ Wins Affections of
Fair Conspirator.
Bu I nitrd Pr,.*
NEW YORK. July 18 —The story
of how a secret service agent
Jearned intricacies of a smuggling
system by courting a pretty girl,
was told today.
When the market was floded with
Swiss watches at comparatively low
prices, the government became sus
picious and found a clew which led
to Biel, Switzerland, where Marie
Salzmann, 'll was conducting an
exporting oteuness.
A special '•gent was sent from
Italy and he courted the girl with
auch success that he won her com
plete confidence. From her he
learned that the watches were being
shipped to this country as pottery
and bronze and nassed through the
customs by two briebed apfiraisers.
The agent also learned tie secret
of the smuggler's code which cen
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“SIEGE of 1918“
SATURDAY NIGHT-8:30
BOYS' AND GIRLS' FIELD MEET
Saturday Alternoon—l:JO Horse Races—3:ls
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS FREE -
STATE FAIR GROUNDS
An YTT TC eAu AUSPICES OF veterans
AI/ULIO 5wC OF FOREIGN WARS
tered about the two words. “Esther"
and "uncle.” It soon was appar
ent that “Esther” meant shipments
and “uncle” meant customs brokers
on this side.
“Esther is sick and should go
back to Europe.” read one message
which, thanks to the agent's work,
was interpreted to mean that as
soon as the shipment reaches this
city it should be sent back.
With these facts to work with.
Alvin McK. Sylvester, assistant
United States attorney, and Max
well S. Mattuck, counsel for the
American Watch Importers Asso
ciation, have been successful in
convicting two smugglers as well
as two appraisers at the United
States appraisers' store.
HORSE RUNAWAY FATAL
Man Killed by Team in New York
First in Ten Vea s.
B.t l irt'4 /'re* •
NEW YORK. July 18.—For the
ffl-st time in ten years runaway
horses caused the death of a man
in New York today.
Louis Miller, 51, of Middle Vil
lage, L. 1., was the victim. His son
Charles. 14, was slightly hurt.
The team they were driving in
mid-town Manhattan became
frightened, bolted and ran way. At
Seventieth avenue and Twenty-fifth
street the elder Miller was hurled
to the street and crushed to death
between the wagon and a parked
automobile. The horses were cap
tured by traffic policemen.
DOG THEFT RING
BELIEVEDBARED
Boys Paid by Men to Steal
Animals, Is Charge.
Operation of an alleged dog theft
ring near Acton, in which boys are
said to have been paid 10 to 25
cents by two men for each dog they
stole, was being probed today by
juvenile court authorities.
Charles Downey, investigator,
said he learned the boys, each 14.
had not been paid more than 25
cents for any of the alleged stolen
animals.
The boys'said the men were sell
ing the dogs to a local drug manu
facturing company for several
times the amount paid them for
tracking down the animals.
Downey said he could not find
the men today, but warrants prob
ably will be sworn out against the
boys and the men.
Neighbors in the vicinity reported
the alleged dog theft ring to Harry
Bendel, chief deputy sheriff. First
reports were that cats also were
disappearing in large numbers, but
Downey said his probe disclosed
only dogs were being stolen.
ADOPT WIDENING PLANS
East New York Street to Be Re
surfaced and Improved.
Plans for widening and resurfac
ing East New York street, from
Randolph street to the Belt rail
road, were adopted today by the
works board. The plans call for
a ferty-five-foot roadway. Thp
present width is twenty-seven feet.
Estimated cost for asphaltic sur
face is under SIOO,OOO, the city pay
ing 75 per cent. A public hearing
will be held in fifteen days.
Plans already are under way for
opening of the street from Ran
dolph street to State avenue, where
property will be acquired.
THIS WEEK'S
BIG HIT!
At all news-stands
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ORCHESTRA
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Hungry Five. , _
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KDKA. WSM. WLV.
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—9:15 ~ M.—
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WLW.
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chestra.
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hours).
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A. M.
6:30 —Morning exercises with Bob Bur
dette and Ruth Armstrong.
6:45- Jollv Bill and Jane (NBC'.
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Baby Girl Dies of Convulsions*
• Investigation of the death of
Madeline Roberts Abbott, 4, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ab
bott, 249 West New York street, was
under way today by Coroner Charles
ambulance en route to city hospital.
H. Keever. The girl died after a
series of ccfnvulsions while in an
SPECIAL
MARIE WHITEHEAD
“The Butterfly Dancer”
WALNUT
GARDENS
SUN., JULY 20TH
At 5 P. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Klee &
Coleman Day
BROAD RIPPLE
PARK
NEXT TUESDAY, JULY 22nd
Klee bottle caps and crowns
from Kayo, Grapola, Falls City,
Eraser, and 2c good for rides.
3IANY VALUABLE GIFTS
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
MOTION PICTURES
OIL SALfe ERROR MADE
Sinclair Interest in Pipe Line Placed
at $44,189,000.
Bu I'nitrd Pre#
NEW YORK, July 18—An error
in its previous announcement re
garding sale of its 50 per cent in
terest in the Sinclair Pipe Line
Company and the Sinclair Crude
Oil Purchasing Company was cor
rected by she Sinclair Consolidated
Oil Corporation today when it an
nounced its investment in the com
panies involved was $44,189,000 and
not $34,189,000. as stated in making
public the deal with Standard Oil
Company of Indiana.
This brings the profit to the Sin
clair Corporation on the transaction
to $28,311,000, equal to $519 a share
on 5,455,750 shares of Sinclair com
mon stock. The sale price was $72,-
500.000.
Legal Notices
WILL SELL at public auction at 9 a. m.
on Monday. July 28. 1930. one Ford tour
ing. 1925 model, motor No. 12381921. for
storage charges amounting to 535.
(Signed) C. L. ESKEN.
WILL sell at public auction, one 1927 Chev
rolet Cabriolet coupe, motor No. 2810034.
serial No. 31299. for storage charges of
575. at 2 p. m. July 19th 1930. at 222 S.
Emerson Ave.
CLARENCE HINER.
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS '
Notice is hereby given that bids will be
received bv the Board of School Commis
sioners of the city of Indianapolis. Indi
ana. at the southwest corner of Meridian
and Ohio streets, in the citv of Indan
apolis. Indiana, until 12 o’clock noon
Aug. 8, 1930, when bids will be opened
for the sale of One Hundred Twentv-
Seven Thousand Dollars ($127,000 00) of
bonds of said school city. Said bonds shall
be 127 in number and numbered from 1
to 127. included, each one for the prin
cipal sum of $1,000.00. Thev shall be dated
Aug. 11. 1930. and shall bear interest at
the rate of four and one-ouarter per cent
14U r ' r ) per annum, which interest shall
be evidenced bv interest warantee or
coupons attached to each of said bonds
and maturing on the Ist day of January
and July in each year, until the principal
shall be paid, the coupon of January Ist.
1931. being for interest to that date. Said
bonds shall mature on January Ist of
each year, beginning with January Ist.
1932, and ending with January Ist. 1961.
and there shall mature of the principal of
said bonds on each said January Ist. un
til and including January Ist. 1960. the
sum of $4 000.00 and oh January Ist.
1961, the balance of said principal in the
sum of $11,000.00 shall mature. Said
bonds shall mature on the days aforesaid
in the order of their serial numbers.
Said bonds are being issued for the
purpose of raising funds for remodeling
and for new heating and ventilating sys
tem and for the building of additions at
school No. 49. located at 1902 West Mor
ris street, and to erect additions to school
No. 85. located at 338 South Arlington
avenue. ,
Bids to be in sealed envelope addressed
“Board of School Commissioners, South
west corner of Meridian and Ohio streets.
Indianapolis. Indiana.” indorsed "Bid for
School Bonds of August. 1930.”
A prospectus of said bonds, form and
envelopes necessary to be used in bidding
will be furnished upon application to the
undersigned. Said bonds will be issued
by the undersigned pursuant to formal
corporate action taken by this board on
the 13th dav of May. 1930, and 17tlr day
of July. 1930. pursuant to the Indiana
statute of Feb. 10th, 1919. (Acts of 1919.
Page 6.)
The full right is reserved to the boarß.
in its discretion to reject any and all
bids.
Each bid shall be accompanied bv a
check or checks, certified to be good bv
a responsible bank or trust company in
Indianapolis. Indiana, payable to the or
der or the Board of School Commissioners
of the city of Indianapolis. Indiana, for
at least three per cent (3%) of the face
value of the bonds bid for.
THE BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMSSION
ERS OF THE CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS.
BY A. B. GOOD, Business Director.
Indianapolis. Indiana. July 17th. 1930.
__ Auction
AT AUCTION
Sat. July IS 2 p. m. at 835 Bosart Ave..
8 blocks N. of Wash.: 6-room modern
home, fine repair: basement, furnace, ce
ment porch. 2-car garage, excellent neigh
borhood. selling account of age; easy
terms. Call Karrv and Long. Ir. 2413 or
Wa 5133. •
Death Notices
GRIFFITH. CLAUDE T.—Age 64 years,
husband of Chattie Mae Griffith and
father of Theodore B. Griffith, passed
away July 17. 1930, at Hollywood, Cal.
Funeral notice later.
SCHLENSKER. MARY JANE—Beloved
daughter of Otto and Blanch Sehlensker,
residing at 4290 N. Illinois St., passed
awav Wednesday evening. Service Sat
urday. 3:30. at FLANNER & BUCHANAN
MORTUARY. Friends invited. Burial
Crown Hill.
THOMPSON. JENNIE B.—Passed away at
her residence. 1647 Broadway Thursday.
Services at 'THE FLANNER & BUCHAN
AN MORTUARY Saturday. 2 p. m. Friends
invited. Burial Crown Hill.
Funeral Directors
WM. D. BEANBLOSSOM.
Mortuary
Phone Be. 1588, 1321 W. Ray St.
W. T. BLASENGYM
Main office. 2220 Shelby St.
Drexel 2570.
PAUL E. DORSEY.
130 N. Chester. Ir. 4582
C. WILSON funeral parlors, ambulance
service and modern automotive eaulp
ment. Dr 0321 and Dr. 0322.
George Grinsteiner
Funeral director. 522 E. Market
Riley 5374,
UNDERTAKERS
HISEY & TITUS
931 N. Delaware. LI. 3821
‘•A REAL HOME FOR SERVICE.”
RAGSDALE & PRICE
LI 3608 1219 N Alabama
Personals
WANTED SOME WASHINGS. HA.
4474-J.
INTERPRETATIONS - Russian. Polish
German Bulgarian languages, done bv
Mrs. A, Boris, 20 6, West St. Ri. 2157.
BAD accounts collected or no charge
BIRDSALL 911 Roosevelt Bldg. Rl. 2265
WANT NURSING IN PRIVATE HOME.
DR. 6625, 1206 E. GEORGIA ST,
NURSE. 2 YEARS HOSPITAL TRAINING;
UNINCUMBERED. HE. 2141,
Instructions
. DANCING
Instructions given by New York girl.
Ballet, toe and acrobatic. Private only
Children preferred. Cali'Violet Schlegel
1117 College Ave. Apt. No. 8.
LEARN AVIATION-Pilots and Mechanics
instruction. CURTISS-WRIGHT FLYING
SERVICE. Stout Field—Mars Hill. Bel. 4200
TRY TIMES WANT ADS FOR BUSINESS.
Special Notices
WHY SUFFER with niles when vou can
nostivelv get well or it will cost you
nothing? This Is strictly a home treat
ment. Sundays and evenings bv ap
nointment: no hours on Friday evening or
Saturday. G. R. Wysong. 219 K of P
Bldg. Office Ri. 4267: res., Ta, 4940.
A BUSINESS ADDRESS
For travelers, salesmen, adver
tisers. etc.; phone, mall, secretar
ial service: low rates. 514 Mer
chants Bank.
WILL FINANCE your home on your lot.
furnish all the money or part: also do
repairing and remodeling. No commission.
L. F. DEMPSY. Denison Hotel.
REMODELING—Cement work, plastering
Terms or cash. I fully guarantee my
work. Call C. OWEN. Dr. 2527 or Li. 2933
EXCEPTIONAL values in used and recon
ditioned sewing machines. Singer Sewing
Machine Cos. 24 N Meridian. Rl. 9064
Business Announcements
FURNACES
HAND-CLEANED
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WILLIAMSON HEATER CO.
946 W. NEW YORK. RI. 3456.
Delco Water Pumps
Trade in your old pump as down pay
ment. balance 12 small monthly pay
ments. Cal! for estimate. Hu. 7854.
FEATHERS— Bougnt 6010 ana renovated
feather mattresses, pillows made to order
K. _F_ Burkie 431-433 Mass Avd Rl. 669*
SPRAY PAINTING AUTOS—SIS tb S3O.
6014 Bellefontaine. Hu. 4638.
REMODELING —Reroofing, repairing, at
fecs. kitchens, addi COOLEY. Hu. 8157
BATH ROOM—Complete. S6O; plumbing
& heating installed; reasonable. Ta 4057
CARPENTER REPAIR WORK-New and
old garage a specialty. Dr. 0350-J. _
BUILDING—Remod.. screen repair., paint
cement work; prices reas. Ch. 5146-M
DRIVEWAY-Built or renewed: all kinds:
estimates free. COOLEY. Hu. 8157.
PATCH Plastering "and Stucco. All work
guarn. REDDICK. 345 S. State. Dr. 2965
RUGS cleaned. 9xU. $1.25. Call for del..
10-day special. Keemer Rug Cos. Ch. 5336.
EXCAVATING Concreting, remodeling,
gen. repairs; all work guar. Dr. 6424.
CABINET wk.. repair wk.. remodeig.. re
roofing, serns. Soots. He. 5,20. Wa. 2462-3.
CARPENTERING—GeneraI repair screens.
floors, furnace repairing. Ta. 5933.
HARDWOOD FLOORS—Sanded and re
flnished. new floors laid, reas. Ch. -726.
PLASTERING and patching. Call Ch. 7452.
Paul Striebeck. Still in business.
EXCAVATING—Cement work: cinder haul
ing. I in dnwways. Be. 0136,
Painting and Papering
i HOME PAINTING—*2 95 ioi 3 coats wort
! per so. pavment plan, less 10g for cash
Paper hanging, roofing, tinning remodel
j mg: terms. 1 to 10 yrs.. est. free. Be. 1725.
PAINTING " DECORATING
HARDWOOD FLOORS REFINISHED.
CURTIS BROS.
1417 W. 31ST BT. TA ■ 7028
REMOVE BY STEAM
Your wall paper. $3 per rm. & up. Ch. 6395
PAPER HANGING Painting samples
1 shown: spec, prices this mo., work guar
Wa 1321-1.
i PAPER HANGING
SPECIAL RATES THIS WEEK.
! CH 1861-W.
, PAPERING, painting, and fi)
! months to pay; guaranteed workmanship
i Ll. 2933 or Dr. 2527. __
PAPER HANGING.
CLEANING—HOUSE PAINTING.
10-MQNTH PAYMENT PLAN. DR. 1999.
PAPER HANGING—S2.SO room, paper 5c
up. Plastering. Work guar. H. VANSANT
DR. 3299
PAPER HANGING-Outside painting: all
materials turn. ROBERTS. Dr. 330_L
PAINTING, i oof. nnd repair, new. old
work; low cost. Mr Elliott. Be 3397-2.
SPRAYING—CoId water paint and white
wash. THOMAS Ll. 37.4
PAPER HANGING—S 4 per room and up:
painting and pitch plastering. Li. 7268.
INTERIOR. EXTERIOR PAINTING AND
SPRAYING ROY HOOK IR 3909,
PAINTING, WALL PAPER-Furm Fung.
cleaned; work guar. Reas., B. G.. 131-J1
„ PAPER HANGING.
Spec, price this mo GILLAND, Dr, 2747
HOUSE PAINTING—Paper hanging: clean
ing MOODEY, Ch, 0477-M.
PAINTING— Interior and exterior, persona)
.services- esii free Ch
CARPENTERING—PIast'g. paint’g. paper's.
cement work: no lob too small! Ch. 6179
PAINTING paper hanging: plastering. Flue
and cement work. Stolz, Ch. 6813.
PAPERlNG—Painting: immediate service:
reasonable. N. Smith. Be. 0510-R.
PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING. C.
H. THURSTON. DR. 0557.
PAPER HANGING—First class work; $2. $4
rm.: clean. $1: samples shown. Be 0112-R
PAPER HANG CLEAN.. UPHOLSTERY
OLIVER FURNITURE STORE. Be. 2456.
PAINTING, exterior or interior, lead, oil,
mixed on job. Since L 904. Cb. 5950,
and Transfer
jOCAL 4ND OVERLAND TRANSFER
Fire-proof s’oraee house Btore now pas
6 months later. No charge tor hauling
In New trucks Experienced men.
PARTLOW-.TENKINS MOTOR CAR CO
<l9 E. MarKet. Ri. 7750
LOCAL and overland hauling) pacsins and
shipping <-n house Mod goods OTTO J
SUESZ. Ri 6561. Rl. 3628 Nites Ch
4579 Ch 0699-W
J. H TAYLOR TRANS. AND STORAGE;
SPECIAL PRICES OVERLAND - To or
from Chicago, St. Louis. Detroit. Cleve
land or other cities Dr 3071 or Rl 4265
NORTHWESTERN TRANSFER CO —Prices
reasonable Call at all times. Ta. 3741.
MOVING. s3—You help. $1 less: Vh ton
truck, quick service. Ch. 5146-M.
BRITTON TRANSFER-Mov.. $3.50 load;
large trucks; ’•espon&lble men. Dr. 7616.
Lost and Found
GERMAN POLICE pup. tan and black,
black tail. nose. Vicinity La Salic and E.
Tenth St. Reward. EAST END RADIO
CO„ 3306 E. Tenth St. Cli. 4033.
LOST—Near Prospect St. and Railroad
elevation: brown Brindle Boston Bull dog.
Half white face, screw tail, tag No. 1216.
Name Bud. Liberal reward. 1407 Ewing
St, Ch. 3495-R.
LOST—Boston female, vicinitv Lexington
and Pine. Name “Peggy.” Reward. Ir.
3378.
LOUIS BARNES Fountain Sq. bank book
with S2O. Owner needs. Reward. Dr. 2673,
Help Wanted Male
Eight Salesmen Wanted
This is your chance to get
in on the ground floor at a
new location. We have
more prospects than we
can take care of. See Mr*
Davidson, Woodlawn and
Virginia.
WANTED—High-class man to ■ sell ad
vertising. Address A. 129. Times. _____
Help Wanted Female
LADY WANTED—To assist blind musician,
while playing music on streets, good wages
offered. Ta. 6520,
WANTED—Woman with local evperience
selling advertising. Address A. 130 Times
YOUNG LADY solicitor; no selling- steady
work: good pay. 1614 S. Meridian. _
WHITE GIRL—More for home than wages.
342 N. Noble.
Situations Wanted Female
YOUNG German girl wants to assist with
housework. 141 Wisconsin St.
COOLING SUGGESTIONS
YANTIS Tostee Shoppe
Good things to oat jjnd drink at,
the most reasonable prices. It is
worth your time to try us.
Most Courteous Service—Plenty
Parking Space
PRIVATE TUNING ROOMS
2"f>l North Meridian
Stop at
CARR’S LOBBY
WHEN VOI RE HOT AND
THIRSTY
Soft Drinks, Sandwiches
Cigarettes, Cigars
152 W. Washington Riley 0519
“Why Stand Over That
Hot Oven?”
MASON L. HENDRIXSON, Baker
2379 Adams CHerry (13-SI
BAKER OF FINE CAKES
AND PASTRIES
■'We Deliver Anywhere”
Tom Buskirk
Delicious Special Sand
wiches and Iced Drinks
12S E. Court Lincoln 0151
Starting Monday—lnstallation for
Special Malted Milks
Refreshing drinks, ices and sun
daes at attractive prices for this
warm weather.
TRY THEM AT
Kerr’s Betty Ann
Sweet Shoppe
140 E. 30th St. TAlbot 5602
Every One Selects the
SYMON’S Sweet Shoppe
Good things to eat and drink.
The North Side's Favorite
2735 Central Ave. TAlbot 6'ISS
Formerly Earing Sweet Shoppe
€urb Service—Free Delivery
Ideal Lunch Room
and Confectionery
Most delicious foods and drinks
at the most reasonable prices. Try
us once —you will call again.
Courteous Service—Our Motto
2812 SOUTHEASTERN AVE.
Housewife—
Your efforts to make your tasty
meals inviting will be in vain this
hot weather wifhout the help of a
refrigerator. We have a complete
line.
Walter Cox Cos., Inc.
203 Transportation Bldg. Riley 6233
McMichael
Confectionery
Have you tried our tasty warm
weather lunches?
OUR COOLING DRINKS ARE
SATISFYING
Fountain Service—Prompt. Courteous
Reasonable Prices—4lß2 College Ave.
BEAUTY SHOPPE
|l||l| (Permanent Wave
Five Months Reset* FREE If IVe shampoo
J .545 MASS. AYE LISCOIK 5656
JULY 18, 1930
Rooms for Rent
ALABAMA. N.. 1930—Large airv cheerful
rm.. lavatory, fireplace. Ta. <7BO.
ASHLAND. 1835-2 large
ground floor: private entrance. Ha. azua.
BOULEVARD PL.. 2915 Beautiful furn.
front rm: girl prefered. Ha. 4543-M.
CENTRAL. 1326—Large cool front newiv
_paj>ered. Next bath. Reasonable.
CENTRAL. 2215—Nice front rm.. 3 girls
preferred; He. 4558.
COLLEGE. 2242—Very pleasant rm.. con
stant hot water. .
COLLEGE.. 1427—Large sleeping room;
downstairs. Ri. 8104.
DELAWARE. N.. 406—Colonial. Apt. .17;
nicelv furn. rm.. also 3-rm. ngKggp.__
DELAWARE. N.. 2264— Lovely front rm..
near bath: private phone. Ha. 1906.
DELAWARE. N 2414~-Cheerful, cool rm ;
1 or 2 gentlemen: < bus lines. Ha. 3Sol.
DELAWARE N.. 2134—Sleep, rm.. 4 win
riows. men or employed couple. Ta.
DELAWARE, it.. Ps2—Light” alrv rm.. 2
closets, hardwood floors: private home,
ILLINOIS. N.. 1902—Large cool front rm.
for hsekeep: everything furn. Ha. 3113-R.
LA~SALLE. N. Ki'i—3 uirnished. rooms.
private, modern i omc. Ch. 644a.
LUDLOW. 1619 Employed couple or 3 girls
to share modern home: rys. Ch. 0546.
MARKET. E.. 526 Modern sleeping rooms:
$2 00 week up: hoil'ekccping rooms.
MERIDIAN. N.. 2208—Lovelv rms.; every
convenience. $4 and $5. Goon location.
NEW JERSEY N. 825— Delightful front
room in blur and gold: new walnut furnl
ture: large davenport: radio. Rl. 9660.
NEW JERSEY. 2235. N.—Front, njeely fur.
no other roomers; gentleman. Ta. 3138.
NEW JERSEY. 3152 N—l or 2 gentle'men
or couple; private home. Ha. 4710-R.
OAKLAND 1133-Large cool room; a •
rags: 1 or 2. Ch 4252-R.
OAKLAND. 1133—C001, large", rodm, 1 or
2; garage. Ch. 4252-R.
PARK. 2952—We1l furnished room: private
home; good location. Ha. 0124-W.
PARK. 2030—C001, newly dec., excellent
bed, private, downstairs rm. He. 3056.
PENN. 1628 N —Beautiful iivlng-rm and
slpg. porch cmb.: every conv’n'ce. Ta. 0733
PRATT W . 149—Apt. 10: attractive room:
adjoining bath. Rl. 3267.
VERMONT \V . 36—Apt. 10; nice large
room; plenty hot water. Ll. 9013,
VERMANT. E. “30— Dormitory for men;
$1.50 to_s2 per week
22D. W.. 1436—Fur. rm., modern, home
privileges; men or couple. Ha. 1417-W.
32D. E 603—Lovelv. airy. front rm.:
privileges; breakfast; radio. Wa. 2836,
HOTEL EDWARDS
Centrally Located—Modern
Special low weekly rate to men only.
DENISON HOTEL
Pay all vour bills with one chert:
lights, water, maid service, linen fur*
nlshed: $7 nnd up- Pennsylvania A Ohio
HEAD bed lamps: excellent rooms; $7 wa.;
with bath $8 weeklv and up for Derm,
guests. Colonial Hotel. 236 N. Illinois.
CLINTON HOTEL—29 Virginia ave.. sleepl
lng. also housekeeping, $2.50 to <6.
DREXEL ARMS—73O N. Illinois: 100 out
side rooms; $4 a week and up. Ll. 2821. (
HOTEL ifEARBORN
Awav from the downtown, noise and
smoke; ten-storv building with lots of
fresh air: everv room refurnished and re
decorated: suites consisting of living
room, bedroom and bath: ideal arrangr
ment for two people, at sl2 per week or
S4B per month. Rooms with private bath,
$7.50 per week: double. $10: rooms with
out private bath. $5.50 per week: double,
$7: two public baths to everv five rooms:
large lobby and two reception rooms; free
parking soace. Phone Ch. 7550: location
3208 F. Michigan St. on E. Michigan St,
car and E. 10th St. bus lines,
NICELY furnished room, suitable for 2
gentlemen or omnloved couple. E. \5 asli.
St. car line. References exch. Ir. 7371.
BEAUTIFUL furn. rm.: real home nriv.
bath, garag**: breakfast opt. Ll. 9382.
NORTH—Nice front rm. .Drivate home: no
ntlkr roomers: men preferred. Ta. 3405.
Room for Rent With Board
DELAWARE. N . 619—Clean, modern liome
like rooms and board.
PENN.. N.. 2256—Airy rm., 1 or 2: home
privileges: hot water. Ta. 0761.
30TH. W.. 502—Nice, clean rm.; sultablo
for two. Ha. 0601.
MTNTIRE HOTEL—Room, board, modern,
$7 week. 1523 North Capitol. Ri. 0292.
YOUNG MAN to share large, alrv room.
next bath. Ll. 6209,
CHILD to board, mother's care. In lovely
home Ch. 6179.
ROOM for two more children; children's
boarding home. Be 1303.
PARENT with children to board and room.
Good care; meals. 2114 Gent_Ave;
CHILDTo board; country home; good care.
R. R. 17, Box 92-B.
SMALL CHlLD—Mother's care; inclosed
I ard. Dr. 2120-W.
Rent Housekeepinj; Rooms
ALABAMA, N., 1838—Front apt., large
1 iving rm., nice kitchen, porch.
conn, bath: sink, range; private entrance.
ASHLAND. 2234—3 cool rms.. kitchenette,
private entrance, porch, bath, call after
5 p. Tn.
BELLEFONTAINE. 1218 —2-rm. front apt.,
everything furnished. Ta. 5331.
BROADWAY, 1422—Furn. apt., lights, ga*.
water, nriv. hath, telephone, garage. $3.
“Better Shade”
Awnings, Lawn Umbrellas
Auto Seat Covers
Cover-Alls and Shop Coats
SHADELAND AWNING CO.
3833 E. 11th CHerry 0067
Wright’s Beauty Shop
Expert Beauticians
Nestle CPculinc Permanents
$5
Also—Mid-Summer Special, $2.50
708 Mass. Ave. Lincoln 00S8
Open Evenings
Mrs. Eda Porter Beauty
Shop
Lemur Wave. s3—Frederick Wave, $5
Shampoo Included
Day or Evening Appointment*
2318 N. Dearborn CHerry.o3s3
Charlotte Beauty Shop
702 E. 10th St. Riley 4173
A Beautiful Finger Wave
Made possible by use of the new
est finger waving solution.
Frederick Wave 57.5 u
Lemur Wave 3-o**
Polar Ice and
Fuel Cos.
REFRIGERATORS
The Right. Kind
Cash or Payments
Showroom—2ooo Northwestern Ave.
Phone TAlbot 0689
“It’s FAN TIME”
The Most, Sensible Purchase You
Can Make Right Now Is an
Electric Fan
Our Prices Will Suit You
Landreth Electric Cos.
254 Hudson St. Lincoln 4697
Order an Electric
Fan Now!
These are the days you will en
joy it. We have a large selection.
All sizes and low in price.
MEIER ELECTRIC AND MACHINE
COMPANY
3525-35 E. Washington IB*. H®*
‘‘Beverages of Quality”
The Best of Soft Prinks
Delivered to Your Home.
Call U's
Schlitz Mercantile Cos.
425 S. State St. DRexel 5356
Did You Know That—
You have cool breezes right at the
touch of your finger.
Get an electric fan- it is a neces
sity and if bought from us will give
you years of satisfaction at a very
economical price.
FISHER BROS.
1521 Shelby St. DRexel 4201

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