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PORKERS SHOW
STRONG TREND
AT CITY YARDS
General Trade in Cattle Is
Slow; Veals Higher at
sl3 Down.
Oct Bu. Early Top Receipts
10. $9.90© 10.30 $10.30 6,000
11 [email protected] 10.15 3.000
IS 9 83© 10.05 10.03 3.000
14 9.93910.09 10.15 8.500
15 9.809.10.30 10.25 9.500
18 9.9jai010 10.10 • 9.000
17 9.70610.10 10.15 6,000
Hogs showed decided strength to
day at the city yards, prices hold
ing steady with Thursday's best.
The bulk, 160 to 300 pounds, sold
for $9.70 to $lO.lO, a few butchers
making a top of $10.15. Receipts
were estlmtaed at 6,000 head, hold
overs were 345.
The general trade was slow in
cattle, receipts numbering 400. Veal
ers were strong, opening steady and
closing 50 cents higher. Prices were
mostly at sl3 down, top $13.50.
Lambs were 50 cents to $1 higher,
the bulk selling at $7.50 to $9. Sheep
receipts were 500.
Chicago hog receipts were 18,000,
including 5,000 direct. Holdovers
were 3.000. The market was active
to shippers, opening fully 15 cents
higher than T- ursday’s average;
190 to 210 poun . weights $lO to
$10.10; 220 to 230 pound averages,
$10.20; few 140 to 170 pound weights.
$9.70 to $9.90. Cattle receipts were
2.000; calves, 1.000; the market
steady. Sheep receipts numbered
18,000, 25 cents higher.
HOGS
Receipts. 6.04)0; market, steady.
—Ltßht Lights—
(l4o-1601 Good and choice * 9.65
—Light Weights—
< 160-130' Good and choice.... 9 -6
(160-200) Good anr choice..., 9.806 9-90
—Medium Weights—
(2oo-220) Good and choice 10.00610.10
(220-250) Good and choice.... 10.006.10.15
—Heavy Weights—
(2so-2901 Good and choice.... 10.00610.15
1290-350) Good and choice,... 9.65W10.10
Packing Sows — _ ..
(273-500) Medium and g00d.,. 7.ao® 9.00
1100-130> Good and choice B.7a# 9.23
• CATTLE (Slaughter Claaa)
Receipts. 400; market, steady.
—Steers—
(6oo-1.1001
Good and choice
Common and medium 6.00ji10.a0
(1,100-1.300>
Good and choice
Medium 7.00® 10.25
—Heifers —
(500-850' _ _
Good and choice $ i'sria
Common and medium j?.a( ® S
Good and choice
Common and medium S'Sni* a'nn
low cutter? and cutters...... 2 00® 4.00
-Bulls (yearlings excluded'- j
Good and choice beef 5.00| 6..a
Butter, effnimon and medium.. 3.00vz/ 3-00 ,
CALVES AND VEALERS
Receipts. 300; market( higher.
Good and choice I
Medium I
Cull and common 6.00# 9.00
—Calves—
(2so-3001
Good and choice Ton! 1 ? !?
Common and medium 5.00# 7.a0
STOCKER AND FEEDER STEERS
(300-600) „ „ __ j
Good and choice * 6 00# 8.00
Common and medium 4.00# 6.00
(800-1.0501 „ I
Good and choice J-fi’® 4 00 :
Common and medium [email protected] 5.00 ,
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Receipts. 500; market, higher.
Good and choice $ J.soft! 9.00
Common and medium 4.006 i ou
Medium and choice ? 506 3.15
Cull and common I- 00 ® 3 '-°
Other Livestock
CHICAGO. Oct. 17.—Hogs—Receipts, 18,-
000, Including 6.000 direct; market, active,
mostly 156 25c higher than fhursdays
average; bulk 160-250-lb. weights. $9.80©
10 20- top, 810.25; packing sows, 88.506
9,25; smooth sorts to $9.65; light lights.
140-160 lbs., good and choice. $9.6069.90,
light weight. 160-200 lbs good and choice,
Sis 70® 10.10; medium weights, 200-200 lbs.,
good “ and choice. $9,906 10.-a; heO'Y
weights. 250-350 lbs., good and choice,
$9.73© 10.25; packing sows. 2.0-500 lbs.,
medium and good, $8.406 9.65: slaughter
pigs. 100-130 lbs., good and choice *9.lo©'
9.65. Cattle—Receipts. 2.000; calves, re
ceipts. 1.000; generally steady on all
classes not much beef in run; best weighty
steers. $11.50; no choice yearlings here;
■ prtngling sell $11.50 down: fat cows, fair
ly active, but grassy butcher heifers and
heifrettes selling $7.50 down to *5.50, very
dull: steers, 600-900 lb,-.., good and choice.
[email protected]: 900-1100 lbs., good • and
choice. $10.25© 13.25; 1100-130 lbs good
and choice. $9.75© 12.50; 1300-1500 lbs
good and choice, $9.50© 12.2a; 600-1300
Tbs., common and medium, *6.20©9.7a;
heifers, 550-850 lbs., good and choice
Slo© 12.75; common and medium, $5.25©!
10; cows, good and choice, $5.50(08.25;
common ana medium. $4.25(ii.5. <3; low cut
ier and cutter. $3.20©4 25; bulls, yearlings
excluded, good and choice, beef, *s.7a©
6 73; cutter to medium, 54.2a©6.10: veal
ers milk fed. good and choice. SlO.aO©!
12.50: medium. $8©10.50; cull and common,
[email protected]; stocker and feeder cattle:_ steers,
500-1050 lbs., good and choice, $7448.75;
common and medium. $56.7.25. Sheep—
Lambs mostly. 15© 25c higher; spots up
moie; sheep sharing upturn; feeders,
strong; strictly choice idahos, *B. .o to
killer: fed natives held same price: bulk
native ewes and wether lambs. sß©B._a
to packers; lambs, 90 lbs., down, good and
choice, *[email protected]; medium, _56.25©>7.7a;
all weights common. $4.75©6.25: ewes. 90-
150 lbs, medium to choice, $3.25444: all
weights, cull and common. sl© 2. .3; feed
ing lambs 50-75 lbs., good and choice,
$6.50447.25.
CLJSVEI.AND Oct. 17.—Hogs—Receipts.
900: holdovers. 132; opening steady to lac
higher. 810.35 paid for mixed 160-240 lb.
weights; elected medium weight held
higher. Cattle—Receipts. 150; most steers
tceadv to strong, spots higher, bulk com
mon'kinds. $6.608 8.50; cows and bulls
relatively scarce, about steady. Calves—
Receipts, 150; mostly steady, better grade
vealers largely sl4 downward: common to
medium slo© 12: culls, s7©9. Sheep—
Receipts. 400; lambs mostly 50c higher;
better grades 58© 8.25, choice quoted $8.50;
ommon to medium throwouts, $6©6.50:
;he*p steady.
Bu United Pre/if
FT. WAYNE- Ind. Oct.- 17.—Hogs—Mar- i
ket. 10© 15c higher; 120 lbs. down, 58.85;
120-140 lbs.. 59.10; 140-160 lbs.. $9.35; 160- |
180 lbs.. $9.60: 180-200 lbs.. $9.70; 200-225 |
lbs., $9.80; 225-250 lbs.. $9.90; 250-300 lbs., j
$10; 300-325 ]b?.. $9.75; 325-350 lbs.. $9.50; '
350-400 lbs.. $9.25: roughs. $7.75: stags. !
$5.50; calves, *12.50: lambs. $7.50.
Ru ruffed Press
EAST BUFFALO. N. Y.. Oct. 17.—Hogs—
Receipts. 2,400; holdovers, none; active to
all interests: generally steady; bulk desir
able 170-230 lbs., $10.65© 10.75; 160-170
lbs., $10.50©10.65; pigs. *10.25; packing
iows. *6.25449. Cattle—Receipts. 400: cows
predominating: slow, steady: cutter grades,
$3..50© 4; common grass steers, *6; calves,
receipts, 400; vealers, 50c higher: good -
to eho ce *13.50 to mostly *l4. Sheep— i
Receipts. 1.600; lambs fairly active; mostly ;
SOc higher: good to choice ewes and j
e-ether lambs. $8.2?, to mostly $8.50; bucks
Rnd in-between grades. [email protected]; ;
vhrowouts. $6.50©A75.
1 Oct. 17.—Hogs—Receipts, '
f 300: market, mostly 30©25c higher; 170-
i6O lbs., *10.60© 10.75; 140-160 lbs., *10.25©
10.60; pigs. *9.904410; packing sows. *8.50©
9 Cattle—Receipts, none; market, nom
inal. Sheep—Receipts. 500; fat lambs, 50©
75c higher; good and choice, *8©8.50;
medium grade. *667.50.
flu Vnited Pres*
EAST ST. LOUIS. 111.. Oct. 17.—Hogs—
Receipt*. 8.000: market, active. 10 to 20c !
higher; most 170-250-lb. weights. *lo©
10.20; top. *10.25; 140-160 lbs.. *9.60#
9 90; 100-130 lbs.. [email protected]: bulk sows. |
$8.2369. Cattle—Receipts. 1.000; calves.
800 ;vealers. 50 cents higher at *l3; not ]
enough steers to make a market. Sheep
Receipt*. 2.000: few choice, lambs to
city butcher, steady at *8: asking strong
prices on others: indications steady on
sheep.
Bu Vnited Press
TOLEDO. Oct. 17—Hogs—Receipts, 250;
market. 10ffl5c higher: heavies. *9.75tf10;
mediums. *loft 10.25: Yorkers. *9.5069.75:
pig*. ~*9.40© 9.50. Cattle—Receipts. 200;
market, slow. Calves—Receipts. light;
market, slow. Sheep—Receipts, light;
market 50c higher.
B IoUTBVnJJL * Oct. 17 —Hogs—Receipts. ]
*00; market 10c higher: 300 lbs. up. *9.33:
200-300 lbs.. *lO 18; 175-200 lbs.. *9.60;
130-175 lbs.. $8.55; 130 lbs. down. 86.85; I
roughs. (7.40: stags. *6.40. Cattle—Re- i
ceipts. 200: market slow: prime heaw
steers. *8©9.50; heavy shipping steers. *6.5C |
68; medium and plain steers. *[email protected]: -
fat heifers. *4.5069.50; good to choice
rows. *4#5.50; medium to good cow*.
$3.2384: cutters. *363.25; canners, S2©
2.75: bulls. S3© 4.56: feeders. 56©7.2i.
-lockers. *466.25. Caives—Receipts. 200:
market steady; good to choice. **slo.so;
medium. *667.50 common to medium. *3
Y3. Sheep—Receipts. 200; market steady:
ewe and wether lambs. *7; buck lambs. *6;
-econds. *464.50: clipped sheep. *2.50©
$.50. Shipments: Csttle 1W; calces. none:
hU> sss; sheep. 90.
New York
Stocks
1 'By Thomson ft McKinnon'
. —Oct. 17—
Prev.
Raltreads— High. Low. Cloce. close.
Atchison 201% 195 195'* 201%
All Coast Line.. 120 111’, 120 121’,
Balt ft 0hi0.,.. 86 83 83 85%
Chesa ft Ohio.. 435. 41% 41% 43*2
Chesa Corp .... 50% 48 4* 50
-Chi Grt west.. TV 7% 7’ 7%
Chi N West 47% 45% 43% 47
CRI ft P 77*4 76% 76% 78
Del L & W 106 54 108
Dei 8c Hudson .150 148 148 150,
Erie 36% 34 34 36%
Erie Ist pfd 51%
Great Northern.. 67% ti'.'s w>
i Illinois Central 102 100% 100% 102%
Kan City 50..., 50% 30% 50% 51%
Lou ft Nash 113 114
MKBc T 28% 27% 27% 28%
Mo Pacific 44 43 43 44
'Mo Pacific pfd 104 103% 103% 103%
N Y Central. ...141S 138 138 141%
, Nckel Plate 89‘/ 89 85 89%
; NY NH 8: 11.... 93 91 91, 94
Nor Pacific .... 60% 58% aB% 60%
i Norfolk ft West 214 ...
Pere Mara 124% 123% 123 V 125%
Pennsylvania .. t>B' 66% 66-j 628
jSo Pacific 106% 105% 105% 106%
-Southern Ry ... 76% 72 72 76
i St. Paul 9Vi 9 9 9%
! St Paul 15% 14% 15 10%
:StLßc S F 70% 69% 69% 70Vi
,Union Pacific ..500 196% 196 Y 199%
Wabash 32 21% 21% ...
: W Maryland ... 15'% 15 la 16
, West Pacific 13 12 12 ...
Equipments—
‘Am Car ft Fdy 39% 39 39 39%
|Am Locomotive ... ... 30 30%
Am Steel Fd ... 32 31% 31% 32
;Am Air Brake S ... 37% 38
j Gen Am Tank . VOVa 9% 9a% VI%
' Geenral Elec .. 33% 51% 31% 54%
t Oen Ry Signal.. 64 61 81 63
i Lima Loco 20% 20% 20% 21
N Y Air Brake 37 37
; Press Stl Car . .. 4% 4%
I Pullman 53% 37% 57% 60
! Westingh Ar B. 34V 34 3* 34
j Westingh Elec .113% 107% 107% 114
! Rubbers—
Firestone 17 16 16 17%
Fisk 1% 1% 1 % 1%
! Goodrich 17 16 16% 18
j Goodyear 42 40% 40% 42
! Kelly Sprgflld .. 2% 2 2 2V
|U S Ruober .... 13% 12% 12% 13%
Motors—
Auburn 79% 75% 73% 81
j Chrysler 17% 16% 17 17%
Gardner ... ... 1%
Graham Pa(ge .. 4% 4% 4% 5
General Motors.. 35% 33% 33% 33%
Hudson ...... .. 23‘/ 21% 21% 23
I Mac* 46% 43% 44V 47%
Marmon 6 6
Nash 31% 31 31 31%
Packard 10% 9% 9% 10%
Reo 11% 11 11 11%
Studebaker 25'© 24% 24% 25%
! Yellow Truck ... 13% 10% 10% 13%
Motor Access—
Am Bosch 26'/ ...
Bendlx Aviation. 19% 18%. 11% 20
Borg Warner ... 18% IV'V 17V 18%
Briggs 15 13 Va 14 15
Eaton 17 16% 16% 17
El Storage B ... 36 51% 51% 0 6%
Hayes Body ... 4 ...
Houda 6Vs 5% 5% 6%
Motor Wheel ... 17% 17 17 1 8%
Sparks W 14 11% 12 14
Stewart Warner. 20% 19 19 20%
Finikin Roll 52% 50 50% 54
Mining—
Am Metal3 21V 20%
Am Smelt 54% 51% 52 58V*
Am Zinc 6 6
Anaconda Cop .. 37% 35% 35% 37%
Cal &, Hecla 10V 10 10 10%
Csl 8S ArlZ 37% 37V 37% 37%
Cerro de Pasco 32 31% 31 Va 33
Dome Mines, ... 8 8
Freeport Texas.. 36V 33V 33V 3
Granby Corp.... 14 13% 13% 13%
Great Nor Ore.. 19% 19*2 19% 19%
Howe Sound.... 24 23 23 24
Int Nickel 17V 16% 16% 18V4
Inspiration 9! 9 9 9%
Kennecc© Cop.. 26V 26% 28% 26%
Magma Cop 31% 20'% 21 Va 21%
Miami Copper 9% 9%
Nev Cons 10% 10 10 10%
Texas Gul Sul.. 53 51%. 51 % 52%
U S Smelt 20 19% 19% 20
Oils—
Amerada 23'/a 21% 21% 23V
Am Republic .. 12% 11 11 12 V
Atl Refining ... 24% 24% 24% 24%
Barnsdall 16% 16 16% 17
Beacon 9% 9% 9% 9%
Houston ....... 54 50% 50% 55%
Ind Oil 16% 16V* 16V 16%
Indian Refining 7% 7 7 7%
Mex Sbd 16% 15% 15% 16%
Mid Conti 19% 18% 18% 19%
Phillips 22% 31% 21% 32%
Pr Oil & Gas 25% 35
Pure Oil 16% 15% 15% 16%
Richfield 8 7% 7Vi TVs
Royal Dutch ... 44% 44% '4% 45
Shell Un 10% 10% 10% 10%
Simms Pt ... 13 12%
Sinclair 14% 14 14% 14%
Skelly 19% 19% 19% 20%
Sandard of Cal 53 32% 52% ' 53 V
Standard of N J 57 55% 53V* 57%
Standard of N Y 27% 26% 26% 27%
Texas Cos 43 Vi 42% 43 43 Vi
Union Oil 32 30% 31 33
Steels—
Am Roll Mills.. 39% 36V 36% 39%
Bethlehem 73% 71V 71% 75
Byers A M 52 49% 49% 53V
Colo Fuel 31 26 26 32
Cruc Steel 65% 63% 63% 65%
Inland 68% ...
Ludlum 15% 15 15% 13%
Midland 21% 20 20
Repub I& S ... 21V 19%. 19% 21
U S Steel 149% 145% 145% IcOV*
Vanadium 52Vi 48% 49% 53V
Youngst SSi W. 20% 19% 19% ...
Youngst S 8c T DO
Tobaccos—
Am Sumatra ... 6% 6% 6% 7
Am Tob A new) 109% 109 109 112
Am Tob 3 (new) 114% 110 110% 114
Con Cigars 30 30
General Cigar .40 39 40 40’/*
Lig & Myers B. 89% 86% 87% 39%
Lorillard 16 15 15 16
Phil Morris ... 9% ...
Reynolds Tob .. 46% 44% 44% 46%
Sta Com Tob 4
Tob Pr A 11 10% 30% 11
Tob Pr B 2% ?%
United Cig 5% &%
Utilities—
Abitibl ...V 10 10%
Adams Exp .... 21% 20% 20% 21%
Am For Pwr .... 41% 37% 37% 42Va
Am Pwr 8c Li... 65 63 64 65
AT&T 198 195% 1953* 398%
Col Gas & El 46% 44% 44% 46%
Corn * Sou 10% 10% 10% 10%
El Pwr & Li. .. 52V. 48 48% 52%
Gen Gas A ..... 6% 6% 6% 6%
mtl T & T 29% 27% 27% 29%
Natl Pwr & Li.. 34 31% 31% 34%
No Amer Cos 87 83% 83% 87
Pac Gas & E 1... 50% 49% 49% 50%
Pub Ser N J 84 82 82% 85%
So Cal Edison... 50% 49% 49% 50%
Std G & El 80'© 75% 75% 80%
United Corp 23% 21% 21% 23%
Ut Pwr & L A.. 27% 25% 25Va 26%
West Union 140 139% 139% 143
Shipping—
Am Inti Corp .. 27% 26’ a 26% 28
Inti Mer M pfd. 17% ... 17% 18%
United Fruit ..74 72 72 72%
Foods—
Am Sue 44% 42V* 42Vi ...
Armour A 3% 3% 3% 3%
Beechnut Pkg ... ... 51% ...
Cal Pkg 53% 50% 50% 55
Can Dry 52Vi 52 53
Childs Cos 37 36% 365* 38%
Coca Cola 170'% 167 167 171
Cont Baking A.. 23 21% 31% 23
Cprn Prod 79Vb 76% 76% 78Va
Com Wheat 29
Cudahy Pkg ... 40% ... 40% 40Vi
Cuban Am Sue. 4% 4 4% 4%
Gen Foods 51% 49% 49% 51
Grand Union .. 11V 11% 11% 11%
Hershey 83 V 81 81 81%
Jewel Tea 42V 41% 41% 43
Kroger 34% 23% 23% 24V
Nat Biscuit 78 75V 75% 78%
Plllsbury 30 ... 30
Safeway St- ....• 61V 60V. 61 61%
Std Brands .... 16% 16% 16% 16%
Ward Bkg 7% 7 7 7%
Drugs—
Cotv Inc 14% 12$ 13% ...
Lambert Cos 80 V *0 80 81%
Lehn & Fink... 22% 22% ...
Industrials—
Am Radiator 22 21 21 22
Bush Term .... 28V 28 28
Certainteed .... 4% .. 4% ...
Gen Asphalt .... 32 30 SO 32%
Lehigh Port 59%
Otis Elev 59 57% 57% ...
Indus Chems—
Allied Chem 214% 200 200 216%
Com Solv 19V 17% 17V 19V*
Union Carb.... 63% 60% 60% 64%
U S Ind Alco 62% 63
Retail Stores—
Assoc Dry Gds.. 28% 27 27 29
Gimbel Bros 8U 8V
Kresge S S 27 26% 26% 27 V
M.., D Store.. . 37 35% 35% 36%
Mont Ward 24% 22% 22% 25
Penny J C 44% 35% 38%. 44%
Schulte Jtet St . s 5 V s’* 6
Sears Roe 53% 49% 49% 53V
Woolworth €4% 81 61V 63%
Amusements—
Bruns Bslke 13% 13 13 13%
Col Graph 11% 11 11 11%
Eastman Kod ..191 185% 183% 192
Fox Film A 38% 33% 35% 38Va
Grigsby Gru.... 6% 5% 5% 6V
Loews Inc 58% 53% 54 58%
Param Fam.... 49% 47% 48 50V
Radio Corp 23% 21% 21% 24
R-K-O 32% 19% 19% 23%
Schubert 10% 9% 9% 10V*
Warner 8r05.... 21% 19% 19% 21%
Miscellaneous—
Am Can 118% 114 V 114% 119
Cont Can 49% 47% 47% ‘liVj
Curtiss Wr 4% 4% 4% 4 ,a j
Gillette S R 43 37% 38% 41%
Real Silk 39% 37 37 40
Ulen 19 17 19 19%
New York Bank Stocks
—Oct. 17—
Bid. Ask. i
America 79 SI |
Bank of United Slates... SO'-- 31
Bankers 137 128
Brooklyn Trust 830 638
Central Hanover 388 290
Chase National 115*2 116*.!
Chatham Phoenix Natl .. 92 93
Chemical S7*i 58
City National 121 123*i
Corn Exchange 150 152
Commercial 295 310
Continental 19 * 20 V*
Empire 60 63
First National 4,350 4.450 !
Guaranty 543 547 j
Irving 4041
Manhattan Sc Company ... 96 97 !
Manufacturers 6 7 68 '
New York Trust 201 205
Public 81 83
Chelsea 25 28 ;
NEW YORK ' ~COfTEE RANGE
High Low. Close.
March
May 6 01 5.94 5.94 1
December 7 55 7.40 7.40
GRAINS UNEVEN
ON UNSETTLED
NEWS REPORTS
* ♦
Short Covering Adds Firm
Tone to Close; Corn
Stronger.

; Bu United Press
i CHICAGO, Oct. 17.—Fluctuating
1 unevenly in a light trade, but hold
; ing in a narrow range, wheat closed
higher on the Board of "vade today.
Some short covering a: and commis
sion house buying firmed the mar
ket toward the last. The itrength
in com was a factor, that grain
showing a firm tone and holding a
fair advance most of the day. Oats
met pressure and resisted well, but
failed to advance.
At the close wheat was % cent
to % cent higher, corn was % cent
to 1% - cent higher and oats were
unchanged. Provisions were steady
to weak.
Liverpool held steady after firm
ing' up early and closed unchanged
to 7 s cent lower. Buenos Aires
scarcely moved during the day, be
ing % cent to cent lower at mid
day. Tradipg was active and nerv
ous early, with fluctuations rapid
but small. Cash prices were 1 cent
to 2 cents lower. Receipts were 11
cars.
Corn sold off early on the clear,
cold weather over the belt, which
©ill be an aid to curing and the
movement, but prices moved up in
unison with wheat, and at mid-ses
sion held a good fractional ad
vance. The tone was firmer than
that in the major cereal. Receipts
were light. Cash prices were un
changed to 1 cent lower. Receipts
were 139 cars.
Oats started steady, but failed to
advance as scattered commission
house selling and hedging met all
bulges. The tone was strong at
mid-morning on the improvement
in corn. Cash prices were un
changed to *2 cent lower. Receipts
were 24 cars.
Chicago Grain Table
—Oct. 17—
WHEAT— Prev.
Open. Hizh. Low. Close, close.
Dec. (old). .76% .78% .76V .77V .76V
New. .77 .78% .76% .77% .77
Mar. (old). .80V .82% .90V .81% .80%
New. 80% .82% .80% .81% .81
May (old). .82% .84% .82% .83% .82%
New. .83 .84% .825* .83% .83%
July 83% .84% .83% .84% .83%
CORN—
Dec. (old). .75% .77% .75% .77 ,76V
New. ,753a .77% ,753a .77 Vi .76%
Mar. (old). .77% .79% .77V .78V .77%
New. .77%' .79-% ,77’i .79% .78Via
Mav (old). .80 .81% .80 .81% .80V
New. 80 V .82% .80V .81% .80%
July 80% .82% .80% 813* .81%
OATS—
Dec. (old). .36% .36V .35% .36% .36%
New. .363$ .36% .36% .365a .36>b
Mar. (old). .38 .38% .37% .38% .38%
New. .38% .38% .37 * .38% .38’/*
Mav (old). .39% .393* .38% .39Va .39%
New. .393 a .393* .39 .393$ .39%
RYE—
Dec. (old). .473* .48% .47V ,473a .473*
Mar. (old). .55% .52Va .51% .523$ .52
May (old). .533* .54V .53V* .53% .53%
New. .53V .54V .53V ,533a -54
LARD—
Oct 11.40 11.40 11.32 11.32 11.42
Nov 10.92 11.05 10.90 10.90 11.10
Dec 10.67 10.80 10.60 10.65 10.75
Jan 10.50 10.57 10.40 10.45 10.50
Feb 10.55 10.50
May ... 10.65 10.65 10.55 10.55 10.62
BELLIES—
Oct ...r/Ti., 14.00 14.00
Jan ~,, 12.25.12.25
May 12.50 '12.50
July 12.85 12.65
By United Press
CHICAGO, Oct. 17.—Carlots—Wheat, 10;
corn, 180; oats, 39; rye, 0, and barley. 7.
Bu Vnited Press
CHICAGO. Oct.-17.—Primary receipts:
Wheat 968,000. against 1.318.000; corn 611,-
000, against 830,000; oats 266.000, against
740.090. Shipments: Wheat 649,000, against
1.102.000; corn 306,000, against 474,000;
against 474,000; oats 585,000, against,
277,000.
Bu United Press
CHICAGO, Oct. 17.—Cash grain close:
Wheat -No. 1 hard, 78%c; No. 3 hard,
77c. Corn —No. 2 mixed, 80%@81%c; No.
4 mixed, 80c: No. 4 mixed, new, 74c; No.
5 mixed. TDft'lSOc: No. 6 mixed, 79c; No.
1 vellow, 80%@81’ac; No. 3 yellow, 80*/*©!
81*be; No. 3 yellow, 80%®80%c; No. 3
yellow. 80’<@803*c; No. 3 yellow, 76%c,
new; No. 4 yellow, 80©80’be; No. 5 yellow,
80c; No. 5 yellow, new, 72%@73c; No. 6
yellow, 7!)©79%c; No. 6 yellow, new, 70%©>
71c; No. 2 white, 88c; No. 3 white, [email protected]
87%c; sample grade, 76c; sample grade,
new, 67©70c. Oats—No. 2 white, [email protected]%c;
No. 3 white, [email protected]; No. 4 white, 35%c.
Rye—None. Barley—[email protected] Timothy—
[email protected]
Bu Vnited Press
TOLEDO, 0., Oct. 17.—-Wheat—No. 2
red. 85©(86c. Corn—No. 2 yellow, [email protected]
Oats—No. 2 white, 39’/*@4oVic. Rye—No.
2,75 c. Clover—Domestic prime old, $14.50;
prime new, SIB; prime choice new, $15.35;
?rime*choice old. *14.80; Oct,. *ls; Dec,,
15.25; Feb.. $15.50; March. $15.75. Alsike
—Cash, $13.75; Oct., $13.75; Dec., sls;
March. $14.40. Butter—Fancy creamery,
42c. Eggs—Country run, [email protected] Hay-
Timothy, $1.75 cwt.
Cash Grain
—Oct. 17—
The bid for car lots of grain at the call
of the Indianapolis Board of Trade, f. o. b.,
shipping point, basis 41 %c New York rate,
were:
Wheat—Steady: No. 1 red. 74® 75c; No. 2
red. [email protected]; No. 2 hard. [email protected]
Corn—Steady; No. 2 white. 84©85c; No. 3
white. 83©84c; No. 2 vellow. [email protected]: No. 2
yellow. 76©’77c; No. 3 vellow'. [email protected]; No.
2 mixed. [email protected]: No. 3 mixed. [email protected]
Oats—Steady: No. 2 white. [email protected]%c;
No. 3 white. [email protected]
Flay (f. o. b. country point taking 23%C
or less rates to Cincinnati or Louisville)—
Steady; No. 1 timothy. [email protected]: No. 2
timothy. 515©!16: No. 1 light clover mixed.
[email protected]; No. 1 clover mixed. $16.50©
17: No. 1 clover hay. $17.50©!18.
—lnspections
Wheat—No. 2 red. 3 cars; No. 3 red
durum. 1 car: sample, 1 car. Total. 5 cars.
Corn—No. 2 white. 1 car; No. 3 white.
1 car; No. 5 white. 1 car; No. 1 yellow. 18
cars; No. 2 yellow. 10 cars: No. 3 yellow.
3 cars: No. 4 yellow. 2 cars; No. 6 yellow.
2 cars; sample vellow. 2 cars; No. 3 mixed.
1 car. Total, 4l cars.
Oats—No. 2 white, 8 cars; No. 3 white.
1 car. Total. 9 cars.
Indianapolis Stocks
—Oct. 17—
Bid Ask
Am Central Life Ins Cos 1,000
Beit R R S Yds Cos com .49 53
Melt R R & S Yds Cos pfd 6*7, 52
Bobbs-Merrill Cos 38 ; -s
Central Ind Power Cos pfd 7% 86 92
Circle Theater Cos com 7 < ‘5i....106
Citizens Gas Cos com 1071-.... 2314 ...
Cltiaens Gas Cos pfd s*l 98 103
Commonw Loan Cos pfd
Commonw Loan Cos pfd 774... 97 101
Hook Drug Cos com 21 Vi . .
Ind Hotel Cos Clavpool com . 125
Ind Hotel Cos pfd 6% 100
Ind Serv Corp pfd 6%
Indols Gas Cos com 8% 57 62
Indpls Pow Sc Lt Cos pfd 6 Viri. 104 106
Indols P Welf L As com 8%.. 53
Indpls St Railway Cos pfd 1 6
Indpls Wa Cos pfd 574 101 V 104
Tnt Pub Serv C pr Li pfd 7>1,.i0i 104
Inter Pub Serv Cos pfd 86 91
Metro Loan Cos 8% 100
Northern Ind Pu Sv Cos sii r i. 91 95
No Ir.d Pub Serv Cos pfd 674.. 99 102
No Ind Pub Serv Cos Dfd 7<4 .. 108
Progress Laundrv Cos com 41 45
E Rauh it Sons Fer Cos pfd 6 f 4 47
Real Silk Hos M Inc pfd 7 f -.. 90
Shareholders Investors Cos 21
Standard Oil Cos of Ind 41
Terre Haute Trac Light 77
UP Title Cos com 344 27
Van Camp Prod Cos Ist pfd 7*4 .. 96
Van Camp Prod Cos Ist pfd 8"4 .. 96
BONDS
Bid. Ask
Belt RRSz St Yds Cos 45.... 93 ... !
Broad Ripple Trac Cos 5s 30 ... |
Central Indiana Gas Cos 5s 99*5 ...
Central Ind Power Cos 6s 99
Cltiens Gas Cos 5s 100
Citizens Street Railroads 55.. 35
Gary Street Rv Ist 5s 6S
Home T & T of Ft Wayne 6s. 102
Ind Railway Sc Light Cos 5r.. 96
Ind Service Corpn 5s 89
Indols Pow & Light Cos 5s 100 102
Indols Col Sc So Trac 6s 97
Indpls Gas Cos 5s 100 10?
Indpls & Martlnsv Ra Tr Cos 5s 12 . . I
Indpis & Northw Trac Cos 55.. 7
Indpls Street Rv 4s 18 ... 1
Tndpls Trac & Term Cos 55.... 71
Indols Cn Rr 5s 102
Indpls Wa Cos lien & ref ss. Ist 99
Indpls Water Cos 4 J .is 94* ...
Indpls Water Works Sec Cos 5s 90
Interstate Pub Serv Cos 4‘sS.. 91
Interstate Pub Service Cos 55.. 98
Inter Pub Sv Cos B 6Vhs 105
No nd Pub Serv Cos 5s 102
No Ind Teleph Cos 6s. 98 Vi life
Ter Hte Indpls & East Tr Cos 5s
Ter Haute Tr St Li Cos 55.. .80
SALES
Broad Ripple Tree Cos ss. 1 bend at *9
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
Chicago
Stocks
<Bv James T. Haailll ft Co.i*””
Lows -.odav were Allied Products 17.
Bora Warner" 17%. Commonwealth Edison
255. Insull Utilities 45V. Midwest 22%.
Morgan 6% Ne ional Standard 25%. Per
fect Circle 24%. Super Maid 8. Grigsby
1 5V. Zenith 4%, and at which they all
closed. Majestic after opening at 17
i steadily sank lower all dav closing at
!14 after dipping to 13%. Total volume
was 147,400 shares. .
TOTAL SALES 147,409
—Cct. 17-
High. Low. Last.
Adams Mfg 29 27% 29
Allied Products 17% 17 17 *
Art Meta! Works 6 5% 5%
Assoc Telephone Util ... 23 21 22
Atlas Stores- 12% 11% 12%
Banco Kentucky 14% ...
Bendlx Aviation 19 s * 13V 18%
Borg-Warnar 18% 17V 17%
Brown Fence & Wire A 21
Butler Bros 8 7% 7%
I Cent 111 Securities 26 25% 26
: Cent ft So West 173. 17% 1731
'Chicago Corp 7% 6% 6%
Chicago Corp pfd *l , /a 41 41%
Cities Service 21V 23 V 23%
Club Aluminum 3% ...
! Commonwealth Edison.. 262 255 255
! Const Materials pfd.... 37
I Continental Chicago .. 11% 10% 10%
■ Conti Chicago pfd 45% 45% 46
Cord Corp 3 47a 47*
i Corp Securities 18% 1734 17%
I Corp Securities ctfs ... 58 57 58
i Electric Houseld 31% 30 31
j Electric Research Lab.. % ..
; General Theater Equip 23 22 22
Gleaner 23
I Great Lakes Aircraft... 3% 2% 3%
! Grigsby Grunow 6% 53* 534
; Houdaille Hershey ‘'A”. 13%
1 Houdai.le Hershey I'B’’. 6 5% 53*
Insull Ut)< Invest 47Va 45% 45%
Insuil Ut ,nv pf ex-war 87% 85 87%
In Ulnpf 2Se bnd 6% 96% ...
Iron Fireman 21 20% 20%
Ken Rad Tube & Lamp 4
Keystone Steel 11%
Lane Drug VTC 1
Libby-McNeil 12’% 11% 11%
Lion Oil Refining C 0... 11
Lynch Corp 17% 17 17%
Majestic Household Util 17 13% 13%
Maiihattan-Dearborn... 26% 26 . 26
: Middle West Utilities... 23 22V 22%
! Midland United 23 V
; Midland United pfd .. 41% 403* 40%
1 Missourl-Kansas Pipe L 10% 974 10
National Repub Inv ... 40
National Securities Inv 9 8% 9
Natl iaecur Inv ctfs ... 83
Nation*'. Standard 2534 25 25’%
N Amer Light & Power 63 62% 62%
N& S Amer Corp 11% 11 H%
Ontario Mfg 13 12 12
Parker Pen 28
Perfect Circle 24%
Seaboard Utilities Sh.. 4% 4% 4%
Standard Dredging Cos. 8% ... ...
Steinite Radio l’a ... ...
Super-Maid 8
Swift &Cos 2874 28 V 28 7-e
Swift Interuacioual .... 31% 31 31
Unit Corporation 7% 73* 73*
U S Radio & Tel 17 163* 16V
Utah Radio 4% 4V 4%
Utility & Ind 9% 9% 9%
Utility & Ind pfd 20% 20% 20%
Wextark Radio 3% ...
Zenith Radio 5 4% 4%
Dow-Jones
Summary
London—New York cables opened at 4.86
against 4.85 31-32. Paris checks 123.90.
Amsterdam 12.062. Italy 92.805. Berlin 20.43.
S. W. Strauss Investing Corporation nine
months net profit. $822,017 equal to 62
cents a share on 600,000 common shares.
Union Pacific to order *3,500,000 steel
rails. Joints tie plates, spikes, etc., 19.800
tons rails to Illinois Steel Cos.. 19,800 tons
to Colorado Fuel and Iron and 5.400 tons
to Inland Steel Cos. Orders for Joints tie
plates, bolts, spikes, etc., to be placed
shortly.
American Hide and Le ither Cos. twelve
weeks ended Sent. 20, net profit *27,145
after depreciation interest and federal
taxes against *96,488 in like period 1929.
British Type Investors Inc. declared
regular bi-monthly dividend of 9 cents a
share on class A stock pavablc Dec. 1,
record Nov. 1
Scott Paper Company nine months ended
Sept. 30. net profit $753,526 after depre
ciation, federal taxes, etc., against *692,116
in first nine months of 1929.
Matheison Alkali works September quar
ter net 69 cents a share on 650.380 com
mon shares against 81 cents a share in
preceding quarter and 94 cents a share on
591.553 shares In like 1929 period. For
nine months $2.26 a share on 650,380 com
mon shares against $2.66 a share on 591,553
shares year ago.
Southern California Edison September
balance after charges, but before deprecia
tion. $2,201,531 against $2,063,360 in Sep
tember. 1929. For nine months $15,394,853
against $15,253,222.
Prudential Investors. Inc., directors de
clared operative the plan under which
stockholders were offered privilege of ex
changing 4% share for one $6 cum pfd
share to maximum amount of 225,000 com
mon shares.
Chicago & Northwestern handled 37,323
revenue cars against 37.815 previous week
and 46,536 year ago during week ended
Oct. 14.
During same week Rock Island han
dled 33,142 revenue cars against 33.807
previous week and 42,259 In 1929 week.
Daily average value of federal reserve
bank credit outstanding during week
ended Oct. 15 was $1,026,000,000, decrease
of $15,000,000 from pervious week and
$415,000,000 below like week of 1929. Re
porting member banks in New York City
report loans on securities $3,640,000,000
against $3,660,000,000 in week ago. All
other loans $2,535,000,000 against 2,466,-
000,000. Total loans $6.1757000,000 against
$6,127,000,000.
Prairie Oil and Humble Oil made reduc
tions In crude oil prices in Panhandle
and north Texas ranging from 7 to 38
cents.
Household Finance Corporation third
quarter net orofit $1,069,326 after charges
and federal taxes against $769,045 in like
1929 quarter. For nine months $2,939,869
against $2,371,392.
Sterling cables opened 4.86, up 1-32;
Francs .0392%, up 3-16; Marks .2379%,
up 1. Spain .0977, up 15.
Local Wagon Wheat
City grain elevators are paying 72c for
No. i red wheat and 66c for No. 1 hard
Produce Markets
Eggs (Oountrv Run' —Loss off delivered
in Indianapolis. 20c: henerv aualitv No. 3.
23c: No. 2 14c.
Poultry (Buying Prices)—Hens weigh
ing 5 lbs. or over. 19c: under 5 lbs., 17c:
Leghorn hens. 13c; springers. 4 lbs. or
over. 19c or under 4 lbs., 17c; ducks,
springers, 12c: old cocks. [email protected]; ducks,
full feather fat white. 11c: eeese. Bc.
These prices are for No. 1 top aualitv
auoted bv Kingan & Cos.
Butter (wholesale)—No. 1, [email protected]; No.
[email protected]
Butterfat—3Bc
Cheese (wholesale selling oriea per
pound)—American loaf. 31c: pimento loai.
32cc: Wisconsin firsts. 37c: Longhorns. 34c:
New York Limberger. 36c.
Bv United Press
NEW YORK. Oct. 17.—Flour—Quiet and
steady; spring patents, $4,500)4.80. Pork
—Quiet. Mess—s32.so. Lard—Steady.
Middle West—Spot. $l2O 12.10. Tallow—
Stei’.dy: special t:- extra, 4*/[email protected]
Pot toes—Dull and weak; Long Lsland.
$1.6003.50 bbl.; Southern. $2 bbl.; Marne,
$2.5053.25 bbl.; Jersey, $2.5003 basket.
Sweet Potatoes—Steady; Southern baskets.
[email protected]; Southern bbls.. $2.50(02.75;
Jersey baskets. [email protected]$3. Dressed Poultry—
st-e dy to firm; turkeys, 22 @ 45c: chickens,
20033 c; fowls, 13'•(30c; ducks. Long Island.
[email protected] Live Poultry—Dull and weak;
geese. 12018 c; ducks. 14020 c; fowls, 134#
25c; turkevs, 200 30c; roosters. 14 316 c:
chickens. [email protected]; broilers. 20030 c. Cheese
—lrregular; state whole milk, fancy to
specials, 24®26c; Young America, 18*20
21c.
Bn T'nitrd Press , „
CHICAGO, Oct. 17. Eggs—Market,
steady: receipts. 4,100 cases; extra firsts,
28*21 firsts 27c: current receipts. 220
23c: ordinaries. 19®21c; seconds, [email protected]
Butter—Market, steady: receipts, 5.814
tubs; extras. 33c: extra firsts. [email protected];
firsts. 32033 c; seconds, [email protected]; stand
ards. 35’ic. Poultry—Market, about
steady: receipts. 2 cars: fowls, 19c; spring
ers, 17019 c; Leghorns 13c: ducks. [email protected]
17c; geese. 15c; turkeys, 18c; roosters,
16c. Cheese—Twins. i(>[email protected]; young
Americas, 18c. Potatoes—On track, 409;
arrivals. 101; shipments, 1.024; market
slightly stronger: Wisconsin round whites.
$1.5001.65; Minnesota and North Dakota
Red River Ohios, [email protected]; whites and
Cobblers. 81.4001.50; Idaho sacked Rus
sets, $2.1002.25.
Bv United Press
CINCINNATI. 0.. Oct. 17.—Butter,
Steady: creamery In tub lots according to
score 34037 c: common score discounted, 2
S3e: packing stock No. 1. 30c: No. 2,
25c: No. 3.15 c; butter fat. 34036 c. Eg®?—
Higher: cases Included: extra firsts. 32c;
firsts, 27c; seconds, 25c nearby ungraded,
29c. Live Poultry—Tnin and coarse stock
sells only at heavy discount: fowls 5 lbs.
and over. 19c. 4 lbs. and over 17> = c; 3
lbs. and over. 14c: Leghorns, 3 lbs. and
over. 13c: roosters. 13c; colored fryers over
3 lbs , lS'ic; broilers colored orer 2 lbs..
19c; broilers. 1V lbs. and over. 35c: Leg
horns and Orpington broilers 1V and over.
22c: broilers partly feathered 15c: Leg
horn and Orpington fryers over 2 lbs..
17c: roasting chickens 4 lbs. and over
18’ac: black springers, 15c.
BILLIONS LOST
AS STOCKS DIP
TO NEW LOWS
X
Several Railroads at Lowest
Point in Five Years;
Sales Orderly.
Average Stock Prices
Average of thirty industrials' for Thurs
day was 196.62, off 3.64. Average of twen
ty rails was 117.31, off .33. Average of
twenty utilities was 71.18. off 1.37. Aver
age of forty bonds was 96.52, off .04.
Bu Vnited Press
NEW YORK, Oct. 17.—The whole
stock market list dropped to new
lows for the year or longer today
in relatively light trading.
Selling progressed throughout the
session, gathering momentum as the
end of the day neared. The decline
was orderly, but broad and per
sistent.
Railroad shares were driven down
without discrimination. A dozen or
so went to new lows for the last
five years. Chicago Northwestern
dropped to the lowest price on
record. Allegheny Corporation made
anew low for all time.
Losses in the principal shares ran
to staggering proportions for the day
and brought the decline from the
highs of 1929 to appalling figures.
It would be conservative to esti
mate the loss in market valuation
for the day for all issues traded at
$2,000,000,000. Losses wiped out
many margin accounts.
Bank Clearings
INDIANAPOLIS STATEMENT
—Friday. Oct. 17—
Clearings $3,304,000.00
Debits . . 7.514,000.00
NEW YORK STATEMENT
Bu United Press
Clearings 51.202,000.000.00
Balance . . 190.000,000.00
Fdl. Res. Bnk. Cr. Bal ... 168.000,000.00
TREASURY STATEMENT
Net balance for Oct. 15 $248,416,272.68
Expenditures 12.423.705.26
Customs rects. month to date 17,205,447.71
CHICAGO STATEMENT
Clearings $96,60(^000
Balances ....' 12,800,000
Net Changes
Bu United Press
NEW YORK, Oct. 17.—Closing
prices and net changes on principal
stocks traced today on the New
York stock exchange fellow:
Off.
Allied Chemical TOO 16%
American Con 114% 4%
American & Foreign Power.... 37% 4%
American%Telephone 195% 3%
Atchison... 1954s 6%
Bj-ers 49% 3%
Case ; 120 4%
Consolidated Gas 93% 4%
Electric Power 48% 4%
General Electric 51% 2%
General Motors 33% 1%
Gillette 38% 6%
International Nickel 16% 1%
Loews Inc 54 SVs
National Biscuit 75% 3%
New York Central 138 3%
North American 83% 4
Public Service 81% 4
Radio 21% 2%
Radio Keith '.. 19% 2%
Sears Roebuck 49’© 2%
Standard Oil New Jersey. 55% 3% 1
Union Carbide 60% 4
United States Steel 154% 4%
Vanadium ..1 49% 4%
Warner Brothers Pictures ... 19% 2%
Westlnghouse Electric 107% 6%
Woolwoith 61% 2%
New York Curb Market
—Oct. 17-
Close.l Close.
Am Com Pwr... 18%IMo Kan Pipe... 9%
Am Gas & El.. 94 I Nat Inv 7%
Am Lt & Tr... 50% Nat Pub Serv A 20
Ark Gas 7% Nat Screen 23
Avia of Am... 30%jNev.'m Min 59%
Brazil P & L... 23% Nia Hud Pwr... 12%
Can Marc .... 3 iNiles 24%
Cities Serv .... 23%rNoranda 13%
Cons Gas 100 iPenroad B'%
Cord 4%;Prin & Whtly. 2%
Crocker &Wh.. 9% Salt Creek .... 8
Dixie Gas 4%;Sel Indus 3%
Durant Mot I%'Shenandoah ... 7
Elec Bond Sh.. 56%iStd of 1nd.... 41%
Ford of Can... 19%|Std of Ky 25%
Ford of Eng 15% Std of 0hi0 1 .... 61%
Fox Theater... 6%iStutz 1%
Goldman Sachs 11 'Tr Air Tr 7
Gulf Oil 87 Un Gas new).. 9%
Hudson Bay... 5'4 Un Lt & Pwr.-. 281/2
Humble Oil .... 73% Un Verde 7%
Ind Ter A 25 Ut In Ind 9
Insull Ut 46% Ut Pwr 12%
Int Pete 14%lVacuum Oil .... 61%
Lion Oil 11 iVan Camp .... 5%
Midwest Ut 22%,Wallgreen 27%
In the Cotton Markets
(Bv Thomson McKinnon)
NEW YORK. Oct. 17. Last
night’s prices seemed to suit the
trade this morning as a fair busi
ness was done without anything
more than moderate price changes.
Textile business seems to be improv
ing, if anything. Mill margins
profit are more satisfactory.
Thursday’s decline reached a point
where spinners are interested. Any
thing further would undoubtedly
uncover the same wide demand that
checked the decline after the last
government estimate. We see con
stant reference to smaller acreage
next year. Later on the movement
will assump great importance and
must be considered as a price fac
tor. The market was dull and
easy at 1 p. m. December contracts
10.31. We feel friendly to the mar
ket because of prices.
NEW ORLEANS
—Oct. 17-
High. Low. (Wose.
January 10.49 10.42
March 10.70 10.43 10.65
Mav 10.91 10.84 10.85
July 11.12 11.04 11.04
December 10.37 10.29 10.33
NEW YORK
High. Low. Close.
January 10.47 10.44 10.45
March 10.73 10.63 10.66
May 10.93 10.84 10.86
July 11.13 11.03 11.06
October . 10.17 10. IV 10.10
December 10.37 10.29 10.33
CHICAGO
High. Low. Close.
January 10.56 10.53 10.55
March 10.77 10.73 10.77
May 10.99 10.94 10.96
July 11.20 11.13 11.15
October - - 10.15
December 10.44 10.37 10.38
New York Liberty Bonds
3%S 101.60
Ist 4%S 102.16
4th 4% s 103.12
Treasury 4%s ) 12.26
4s 108.25
3%S of '47 102.12
..k.
RAW SUGAR PRICES
High LOW. Close.
January 1.39 1.37 1.37
Mai oh J. 45 1.43 1.43
May 1.53 1.49 1.49
July 1.59 1.56 1.56
September 1.66 1.62 1.62
December . 1.36 1.33 1.34
Personals
FUR REPAIRING
Cost refining, remodeling. Satisfaction
guar.; I E, 36th; apt. 104. Ha. 0777-J.
BAD accounts collected or no coarse
BIRDSALL. 911 Roosevelt Bldg Rl. 2265
DETECTIVES—Private. CONFIDENTIAL
Offices. 4451 Carrollton Ave. Hu 3107
BRUCE'S CAFE—No. 2. 235 N. HI. Same
service maintained as at 737 N. Penn.
Special Notices
WHY SUFFER with piles when you can
positively get well or lt will cost you
nothing? This Is strictly a home treat
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U. S. Cal! or write for free literature
G. R Wvsong. 219 K of P Bldg Office
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SPECIAL TREATMENT FOR
RHEUMATISM AND NEURITIS.
5648 WINTHROP AVE. HU. 8674.
EXCEPTIONAL values In used and recon -
ditloned sewing machines. Singer Sewing
Cos. 24 N Meridian. Ri. 9064.
Legal Notices
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice s hereby given pursu*nt to the
statute that the ur.dcrsizr.cd wIU see
at putouc auction, one Lrxinzton touring
car. motor No. 1037-R-9151. seri,! 19933.
W. A. Gebhardt, for storage ana repair
charges amounting to $l5O. on Nov. 3rd.
1930. at 10 o'clock a. m.
PARTLOW JENKINS MOTOR CAR CO.
419-23 East Market St.. Indlcnapoiis. Ind.
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the
statutes, the undersigned will sell at
public auction, one Bulck Coach, motor
No. 909701. stored in the name of Rav
Thompson, for storage charges amount
ing to SSO. on Nov. 3rd. 1930. at 10
o'clock a. m.
PARTLOW JENKINS MOTOR CAR CO.
419-23 East Market St.. Indianapolis. Ind.
LEGAL v rricz 1
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the
statutes, that the undersigned will sell
at public auotlon to satisfy iien of *ss.su
for storage charges. Chevrolet Sedan,
motor No. 469867. stored In name of
Walter G. Klnsev. on Nov. 3. 1930. at 10
o'clock a. m.
PARTLOW JENKINS MOTOR CAR CO.
419-23 East Market St.. Indianapolis. Ind.
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
DOCKET NO. 10310
In the matter of the petition of Indi
ana Beil Telephone Company for author
ity to issue *2.000.000.00 of notes.
Notice is hereby given that the Public
Service Commission of Indiana will con
duct public hearing in the above entitled
cause in the rooms of the commission.
Statehouse at Indianapolis. Indiana, at
10 o'clock a. m.. on Oct. 31. 1930.
Public participation in this hearing is
requested by the commission.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMSSION OF
INDIANA.
Bv HOWELL ELLIS. Commissioner.
Indianapolis. Indiana.
Oct. 16. 1930.
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the
statutes that the undersigned, conduct
ing a public storage house. Will on
Monday. Nov. 3. 1930. at 10 o'clock a. m..
sell for accrued gharges the household
and other goods beioniHng to the fol
lowing named persons: Ralph R. Adkins.
Lot 351; BenJ. D. Burrows. Lot 328: Isyll
Brown. Lot 425: W. P. Brown. Lot 324;
Mrs. Noble Cook. Lot 423; A. N. Cook.
Lot 413' Bea Dabney. Lot 446; Mrs. Hattie
Greer. Lot 420 and 444: Florence Hull,
Lot 345; Bessie Jackson. Lot 321: Mrs.
Mav Mondell.,Lot 410 and 426. also known
as Mav Mundell: J. C. Moss. Lot 319;
Chas. Miller. Lot 456: Ethel Patti. Lot
227: Wm. Ramsev. Lot 460: H. E. Shanx
weiler. Lot 360: L. D. Sowers. Lot 331:
Ralph Sims. Lot 227 and 330: Otto Tesch
ner. Lot 233: Vergie Walker. Lot 329; H.
L. Yost. Lot 405.
PARTLOW JENKINS MOTOR CAR 00.
419-23 East Market. St. Indianapolis. Ind.
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DOCKET
NO. 10306.
In re petition of the Cleveland. Cin
cinnati. Chicago & St. Louis Railway
Company, the Chicago. Indianapolis &
‘Louisville Railway Company and the New
York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Com
pany to abandon agency station at
Massachusetts avenue, Indianapolis,
Marion county. Indiana.
Notice is hereby given that the Public
Service Commission of Indiana will con
due,t public hearing in the above en
titled cause in the Rooms of the Commis
sion, State House at Indianapolis. Indi
ana. at 10 o!Clock a. m. on October 30,
1930.
Public participation in this hearing is
reouested bv the Commission.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF
INDIANA.
By HOWELL ELLIS.
Commissioner.
Indianapolis. Indiana.
Octobei 16. • 1930.
Death Notices
BACHMAN. YVONNE CLARK—Beloved
wife of Robert A.- Bachman, sister of
Mrs. Helen C. Heath, passed away Zanes
ville, 0.. Wednesday afternoon. Funeral
Saturday, Oct. 18. 1 p. m.. at the resi
dence. 461S Broadwav. Burial Brooklyn.
Ind. Friends invited. KIRBY-DINN
SERVICE.
CAMPBELL. ETHEL MAE—Entered into
rest Thursday. Oct. 16. at residence. 2316
Stuart St.. 12:30 a. m.. age 34 years.
Beloved wife of Lester E. Campbell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brink
man. Funeral Saturday. Oct. 18. at the
above residence. 2 p. m. Friends Invited.
HARRY W. MOORE in charge.
DETER. MARTHA—Age 80 years, beloved
mother of George. Joseph. Samuel. Fred
and Miss Marv Deter. Mrs. H. J. Mc-
Gintv and Mrs. George Lynn, died at
her home, 1341 W. Rav St.. Thursday
morning. Funeral Saturday, Oct. 18.
8:30 at the home. 9 a. m. Assumption
church. Friends invited. KIRBY-DINN
SERVICE.
DOYLE. MRS. ALICE-Widow of Patrick
Dovle. beloved mother Os Mrs. Marv Mur
phy, Mrs. Margaret Hanahan, Springfield.
O.; Mrs. Alice Watzek. Bloomington. Ind.;
Thomas, John and James Doyle of this
city, died at the residence. 537 Wood
lawn Ave.. Thursday evening. Funeral
Monday. Oct. 20. 8:30 at the home., 9
a. m. St. Patrick's church. Burial Holy
Cross cemetery. Friends invited. She
was a member of th Third Order and the
Altar Society. KIRBY-DINN SERVICE.
ILG, MRS. JOSEPHINE—Widow of Mat
thew lig.. mother of the Rev. Father
John Ilg. Mrs. W. T. Heitman, Joseph.
Mrs. Scott Wilson, Anthony. Lawrence,
Raymond. Margaret and Mrs. Leonard
Sarg, passed away 10 a. m. Thursday.
Oct. 16. Funeral Monday. Oct. 20. 9
a. m. Sacred Heart church. Burial St.
Joseph's cemetery. Friends Invited.
LUSE. M. DUWARD —Os 1109 N. La Salle,
age 66 ve>rs. beloved husband of Hattie
Luse. father of Mrs. Beatrice V. Ander
son. Mrs. Minnie Mock. Mrs. Florence
Oeyer. son of Susan Luse, brother of
Leon and Ernest Luse and Alta Eastes.
departed this life Wednesday, Oct. 15.
Funeral Saturday, Oct. 18. 10 a. m.. at
the MOORE & KIRK FUNERAL HOME,
2530 Station St. Burial McCordsville, Ind.
WHITTENBURG. RANDOLPH S.— Age
64 years, husband of Estella Whittenburg
and fathei of Mrs. Florence Royalty ana
Floyd Whittenburg, sou-in-law of Jacob
Rubin and brother of Mrs. John Dunlap
and Albert Whittenburg. passed away
Wednesday. Oct. 15, 9:40 p. m. Funeral
at the late residence. 356 Good Ave..
Saturday. Oct. 18. 2:30 p. m. Friends
invited. Burial Washington Park.
Funeral Directors
WM D. BEANBLOSSOM
Morluar?
Phone Be 1588 1321 W Ra S’
W. T. BLASENGYM
MslD office Z 220 Sbelbv St
Dre-si 2570
George Grinsteiner
Funera' director. 522 E Market
R Ley 8374
' ' F. JOHN HERRMANN
Established 1854.
Ri. 6778. Ri. 6857
701 N. New Jersey St.
UNDERTAKERS
HISEY ft TTTOS
931 N. Delaware. Lt. 3821
LAUCK FUNERAL HOME
1458 S. Meridian St. Dr. 2140.
"A REAL HOME FOR SERVICE."
RAGSDALE ft PRICE
(J 3609 1219 N Alabama
C. WILSON funeral parlors, ambulance
service and modern automotive equlo
ment. Dr. 0321 and Dr. 0322.
Instructions
LEARN aviation. Best of instruction in
Hying and grou*d subiects. CURTISS
WRIGHT FLYING SERVICE. BtOUt Field
Mars Hill. Be. 4200 P. O. Box 1092.
PIANO LESSON—SI FOR % HOUR; WILL
CALL AT HOUSE. MORN. HA. 4160-W
Lost and Found
ENGLISH SETTER—4 months, black ears,
white eyes, black and brown ticked. Re
ward. H. M. Bennett. Ta, 2536.
LOST —Boston Bull dog. white face. 2
White front feet. Name "Happy.’’ Ch.
4421 -W.
LOST—Brindle bull. male, natural screw
tall. Name Duke. LI. 7672. - <
LOST—Eastern Star pin, platinum; valued
dear keepsake; reward. Hu. 8560.
LOST—Large grey police dog: name Lady;
very liberal reward. Wa. 4505.
SCARF—Black and gray silk, lost down
town Monday; reward. Wa. 2535-R.
Business Announcements
WE PUT—Coils in lurnaces
complete for $3,50. Ch. 0635.
BRICK. STONE— And block masonrv
cement work, reasonable prices- small or
large lobs FREEMAN. Ta 7028
“I’LL MAKE IT HOT FOR YOU.”
Furnace repair No lob too small: none
too large, ARNOLD. Hu. 4560.
FURNACE—repairs for all makes. Vacuum
cleaning, that really cleans; gutters.
spouting. PALL WEST. Rl. 1656.
TINNING—Roofing, furnace repair; sat
isfa tion guaranteed. Allen W. Creek
baurn, 485* E. 30th St. Ch. 3506.
FEATHERS—Bought, sold and renovated,
feather mattresses, pillows made to order.
E. P. Bi'-.xle. 431-433 Mass. Aye^Ri^6B9s.
BATH ROOM— Complete. S6O: plumbing ft
heating Installed: reasonable. Ta. 4057.
BUILDING— Remodeling, reroofiug. repair
lng; reason.; estimates free. Ch. 4252-M.
VICTOR furnaces repaired by factor? ex
pert. HALL-NEAL FURNACE CO Li 1004
1900 CATARACT ft WHIRLPOOL W*SH
ERS. Prompt expert service Rl 4924
GUTTERS and spouting; work ana ma
terial guai Call Ri. 7106 after 5:30 p. m
ALL. classes of carpenter work; estimating
and plans free. Li. 6911. J. J. MILLER.
FURNACE REPAIR—CIean, fix. Insulate:
better heat and less fuel Be. 2874,
PATCH PLASTERING—Stucco, work guar.
REDDICK. 44 S. LaSalle. Dr. 2965.
ROOFING AND REMODELING —Os all
kinds. No money down. Rl. 9185.
Painting and Papering
LET FRED METCHEL.
Give vo’J si fi*nre on oaintinz D&oet
Hanging, before having it done. Spec, re
duced orices on both, all workmanship
and material guarn Rl 3194
A-l DECORATOR.
PAINTING. PAPER HANGING
Paper removed bv steam. Bise. Ch. 6452
PAPER HANGING—*2.SO rm.. paper 5c uo
Plastering, guar VAN3ANI. Dr 3299
WHY PAY MORE-Paper furnished and
hung. *4 per room. Ch. 2004. Ir. 2415
PAPER HANGING—*3 per rm.f~cleanlß*
painting; work guaranteed. Rl. 9996.
INTERIOR Decorating, bv experts: we are
fully equipped for any, job. Ta. 2958.
PAPER hung. *2.50 per room and up.
Paper 5c up: work guaranteed. Dr 2747.
AUTO RACES
Sunday, October 19
10-MILE MODEL “T” RACE
3-MILE MATCH RACE
George Carey vs. Bill Smith
15-MILE GRAND FINAL
MOTORCYCLE
(2) TWO FIVE-MILE EVENTS
RACES WILL START'TWO O’CLOCK SHARP
Information. WAshington 4729 R 3-. R. A. Wadsworth. Castleton. Ind
Track Located Mile East of Castleton
Twelve Miles Northeast Indianapolis
50c ADMISSION
Dandy Trail Motor Speedway
Storage and Transfer
LOCAL AND OVERLAND TRANSFER-
Fire-proof storage house. Store now.
Pay 6 months iater. No charge for hauling.
ARTLOW-JENKINS MOTOR CAR CO
419 E, Market. RE 7750.
LOCAL and overland hauling: packing aud
shipping on household goods OTTO J
SUESZ. Ri. 6561. Rl. 3638. Nttes Ch
4579, Ch. 0699-W.
J. H. TAYLOR TRANS. AND STORAGE
3PECIAL PRICES OVERLAND—To or
from Chicago. St. Louis. Detroit. Cleve
land or other cities. Dr. 3071 or Rl. 4265.
BORMAN TRANSFER CO.— Satisfactory
moving service, overland trucking of
furniture and freight. Ch. 557 L
NORTHWESTERN TRANSFER CO-Price!:
reasonable. Cali at all times. Ta 3741
BRITTON TRANSFER —Mov.. 53.5 U load:
large trucks: responsible men. Dr '616.
MOVING, $3. you help. $1 less. 1% ton
truck, quick, guarn. service. Ch. 584#
LOCAL AND OVERLAND HAULING—Job
or load. Prices right. Ir. 2888.
Help Wanted Male
WANTED—Man with car. 5250 needed.
High class work. Good proposition, at
once. Address Times’ Box B-156.
Help Wanted Female .
NEWEST economical household article:
rapid seller: price 35c: tested, approver
Good Housekeeping Magazine. Agents
wanted. Times Box B-101.
Rooms for Rent
ALABAMA. N., 2114—Lovely, warm. Iront
rm„ modern, reasonable. Ta. 44(4.
ARSENAL, 144 N.—Apt. 4; rm. In apart
ment; privileges. Ri. 2649.
ASHLAND, 2422%— Couple to share cornft.
home with widow, all privileges. He. 3251.
BLUE RIDGE DR.. 345—R00m, business
women or teachers in refined home. Tel
ephone extension; private bath. Hu. 5309.
CAPITOL, N. 1131—Sleeping room: $3.50;
no other -oomers. Rl, (937.
CAPITOL. N.. 427—Rooms, furnished ana
unfurnished. Ri ”8224.
COLLEGE, 2242—Large, warm rm., const.
hot water; priv., girls or couple. He. 4743.
DREXEL ARMS, 730 N. Illinois; 100 out
slde rms.. S4 wk. and up; furnished apts.
GRACELAND. 3311—Front sleeping rm.:
employed. Ha. 1636-R.
HARDING. 2305 N.—Cozy rm.. mod. bun
galow. with young folks; gar. Ha. 1486-R.
KEYSTONE. 1018—Rm.. 1 or 2 employed
ladles: home privileges. Ch. 6961-R.
MASS. AVE., 540—Clean, atm. heated rms.,
running water; veay reas. rates. Li. 0665.
MERIDIAN. N.. 1927—Front, warm. mod.
rm.: 1 or 2; private lavatory; all turn.
MINNESOTA. E.. 326 Nicely furnished
room: bath included. 1 or 2 people. Dr
5518.
NEW JERSEY. N.. 2858—Large front warm
rm.. hot water: S3. Ta. 6541.
NEW JERSEY. N.. 825 Dainty room in
rose: new walnut bed. dresser, chest, per
sonal effects insured. Rl. 9660,
NEW JERSEY. N., 2030—Desirable front
rm.. shower: Central car. Ha. 1405-W.
NEIV YORK. W.. 310—Apt. 36; mod., furn..
sleeping romos. next to bath, steam heat.
PENN.. N.. 1438—1 rm.. nicely furnished'
private entrance: suitable 1 or 2, Li. 971-.
PINE. N.. 615—3 unfurnished rms.. in
eluding bath; convenient to car fine
RITTER, S . 271—FRONT RM. UPSTAIRS;
GENTLEMAN PREFERRED. IR. 5639.
ST JOSEPH. E.. 21 APT. 2—Unusual front
1 or 2., mod, apt., steam heat. Li. 3749.
WASHINGTON, W., 359—Rooms, double.
SI per night, bv week. $.3: single. 53.50.
32D. E., 603—Pleasant, front, steam heated
rm.. privileges; breakfast opt. Wa. 2836.
HEAD bed lamps: excellent rooms: *7 wk.
with bath *8 weekly and up tor oenn
guests. Colonial Hotel. 236 N lltnois
CLINTON HOTEL—29 Virginia Ave.
mod, sleeping rms.. steam ht. $2.50 to *6.
VERY ATTRACTIVE front rm.: private,
modern home: close in. Ch. 4504-J.
DENISON HOTEL
Pay all your bills with one check;
lights, water, maid service, linen fur
nlshed; $7 and up. Pennsylvania ft Ohio.
2 MODERN RMS.—Private home, cor.-
venlentlv located. Steam heat. Dr. 4245,
HOTEL DEARBORN
Away from the downtown noise and
smoke; ten-storv building with lots
fresh air; everv room refurnished and re
decorated; suites consisting of living
room, bedroom and bath: ideal arrange
ment for two people, at *l2 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.
S7: two public baths to every five rooms:
large lobby and two reception rooms; free
parking space. Phone CH. 7550; location
3208 F- Michigan St., on E. Michigan St.
car and E Tenth St. bus lines.
fRY TIMES vANT ADS FOR BUBINESS
Rooms Wanted
I UNFURNISHED bedrm.. kitchen furnished:
■ close in: stat- partlc- Box B 160. Times
i Room for Rent With Board
LINDEN. 1345—Nice rm.; home privileges;
near Fountain Square. Dr. 1948-R.
MERIDIAN. N.. 2336—Front rm.; can ac
commodate 3 or more; home cooking.
MINNESOTA. E., 241—Rooms with meals
optional; radio. Dr. 0432.
PENN.. N.. 2142—Lovely rm.; warm, cozy;
private home: meals opt. Ha. 2147.
STURM. 1524—Modern, warm room: good
meals: *7; private home. Ch. 6139-M.
CHILDREN to board; private home, good
care; near school. $4. LI. 4634.
704 E. 20TH—Homey home; gentlemen;
board optional. Ta. 5976.
BOARD AND ROOM.
FRONT rm. for 2. near bath; meals,
laundry; garage: home privileges; *7.50
each: without gar., *6.75. Ir. 3689.
CHRISTIAN home for aged or children;
bast references. Be. 1918 R-l.
Room and Board Wanted
LIST ROOMS AND APTS. WITH THE
ACME SERVICE FOR RESULTS. RI
5263.
TRY TIMES WANT ADS FOR BUSINESS
Rent Housekeeping Rooms
ALABAMA, 1838 N.—Come, see! Two clean.
splendid apartments; hot water heat.
ALA., N.. 530—4-rm. cottage, nicely furn.,
seml-modenr; *7 week. Rl. 5882._____
ARSENAL, N., 1114—2 mod. housekeeping
rms., turn, 2 blks from Tech. Ch. 0471.
ASHLAND. 1634—2 connecting rms., down;
private toilet, lavatory and entrance.
BELLEFONTAINE. 1318 Entire down
stairs 4 or 5 lovely modern rms; hardwd.
floors, porch, garages. Rl. 6705,
BELLEFONTAINE. 1810—Two attractively
furn. mod.: private ent.; gar. He. 4774.
BROADWAY. 1134 —2 and 4-rm. apts..
clean: *5.50 and *lO.
BROADWAY. 830—Modern fui. apt., orlv.
entrance: near Real BUk. Rl. 3245,
BROADWAY. 1422—Front furn. apt., steam
heat; garage: telephone: prlv. bath; *9, _
CAPITOL. N.. 728—1 rm.. kitchenette:
mod., sum., also slpg. rm. Li. 1005.
COLLEGE. 1322—M0d. front rm.. fur
nished; private home. Rl. 2668. _
COLLEGE 2033 —Two rms., modern; every
thlcfi furn., *5.50. *6, $6.50. He. 5115.
DORMAN. 541—2 housekeeping rooms, *s';
also 1 sleeping room/ *2.50.
EABT. N.. 333—Attrac"ve. well-furn., 2-rm.
apt.; private entrance; reasonable.
FOUNTAIN SQUARE—SINGLE ROOM:
*2.50. 1017 PROSPECT ST.
HARLAN. 1113—3 front rms.. ground floor;
furnished. Dr. 2432. •
HOYT. 1112—Two. large, modern rms.;
everything sum. Cali eves.. Dr. 5816.
ILLINOIS. N.. 2339—1. 2. 3. 4-rm. apts.. *4,
*5, *8.50, *lO wk. Everything furnished.
MARYLAND E.. 2014—3-room dble. bunee
law mod, clean, priv. home. Dr. 5711-W.
MERIDIAN. N.. 1147—Large rm. and kitchen
everythlng turn- modern. Li. 3763.
N$W JERSEY. N.. 134 —Good clean house
keeplng rooms. Rl. 4145.
NEW JERSEY. N.. 2042—2 large front, also
rm- kitchenette, good heat, nicely furn.
PRUITT. 1325—3 nicely furnished rms.;
nice yard: *5. Ta. 2091. _
WALNUT. E.. 115—2 rms.. kitehenttf. furn.,
*2O mo. See housekeeper in basement.
WASH.. E.. 1708—2 housekeeping rms. In
front; 87. Li. 4081.
30TH. W.. 502—1-rm. kitchenette, everv
thing furnished: sink. Ha. 0601.
30TH. W., 42—Nicely furn. 2 rm. apt.;
( very reasonable; garage opt, Ta. 1785.
31ST. W.. 830— 2-room furnished apt..
private entrance: adults. Ha. 1521-R.
33RD W„ 930—2 mod. clean housekeeping
rms,. everything sum. Ta. 0980; Ta. 6983.
JLLi'O bus? 7 Ir* 3453! niC
5-RM. furn. cottage: wa.. lights, gas paid:
$8 v-'k. Call at 1611 Southeastern Ave.
TENTH. E.. 321—2-rm. mod., front apt.;
everything furn.: *5.50. Front slpg. rm.
orl. entrance: for 2: *5. Parking space.
WANTED —Couple# to share home with
lady; comfortable; reas. 1719 Prospect.
.OCT. IS, 1930
Rent Housekeeping Rooms
LOVELY WOODRUFF—Rm., kitchenette.
private bath; SB. Ch. 4108.
Houses and Flats Furnished
CAPITOL, N.. 1701—3 room; compleie.v
furnished. S8 per week. Ta. 6316.
CENTRAL 1923—Tw0 large, pleasant,
front rooms (kitchen), suitable for man
and wife or two business women; best car
service in city; *4O. L. S. SUMME, 421
Illinois Bldg. Li. 1957.
COLLEGE AVE. 1559—3-room apartment,
nicely furnished: yard, garage. Ta. 4329
DREXEL ARMS—73O N. 111.; 2. 3-rm. turn,
hskpg, suites with bath: *lO. sls, LI. 2821.
NEW YORK W., 1236—4 rooms, bath, moo*
ern. furnished or unfurnished, R) 9733.
NORTH. E.. 316 and 318—2-3 rooms, mod
srigidalre: weekly rates. Ri. 4007
PLEASANT RUN PARKWAY—BSB N. Drive;
4-room % double, modern. *7 per week
Dr. 1982-R.
WALLACE X.. 17%—4-rm. apt.: desirable
neighborhood; very reasonable. Ir. 7752
AMBASSADOR
APARTMENT HOTEL
_ 850 N PENN.
Beautifully lurnished and unfurnish: a
apartments, ultra modern, bath with tub
and shower. Frlgidalre walking distance
Phore Rl 1871.
UPPFR DUPLEX -2 be drill" furn. apt.
heat, utilities paid; gar. 2611 N. Illinoi
4 RMS.—Bath, 2 bedrms., heat-. WRter. pi i
entrance, garage: adults. Ch. 2847-J
SIX ROOMS—Everything furn.: *3O mo
gar, care furnace for 2 apts. Ch. 0162-.1
MODERN 2-room apartment; furnished
downstairs; SB. 124 N State Bt
I J? 3 . N. CHESTER—S-room modern fur-
Li. 7890. MR. ALBERSHARDT
nil bl 24.
furn - 4 cot taße, excel -
lent condition: Raraße. imp. street: con
venient 4 people; special price to pema
_rcnt tenant: a vall^a t once. JTa. 6340
look tonight
53 N. Brookville Rd.; nicely furnished
6-room aouble end garage; really worth
Ud^5 10i }SL5. 42 - 50 Mr. Mott, SCIILOSS
BROS. INVESTMENT CO.. Li. 2318.
HOME FOR RENT—3I7 E.
-IST ST. HA. 4812-M.
Apartments for Rent
B^L E . FONTAINE ' j -315-3 rms. and ball.:
rccent.v repainted and redecorated upper
apt.; heat, water, garage. Dr. 5108.
CAPITOL. 2808—Nice, modern 4-roon
apartment: S3O month. He, 2409.
FEE . TC^ E H AVE - 1448 Beautiful "modern
■ floors: garaße. Dr. 272<’.
•J 1 ®-Upper duplex. 6 rin.'
heat ' automatic water heater, large
Jlcuble garage. Wa. 2893. mornings.
3707 w MERIDIAN *75.00 to' * 85.00
234 E. Pratt 7o i-{
1733 N. Meridian ..! i. i. i.i!i”” ” 64 30
i o' Washington 43 50
1124 Broadwav 43'od
I Penn ' s vlvania 69.50
1220 Park Ave. ©ii
1 663 e. Eleventh Ss™
1655 m A] . a han’a $47 to 57:00
n. Alabama ?7 nn
N. Illinois $38.50 to 43.50
1 4?a $35 to 55.00
418 E. 15th s4l to 55 0(1
MOYNAHAN PROPERTIES.”
„ 710 Union Title.
LI. 3458, Ta. 5894. Rl. 1371.
HEV.’ JERSEY N.. 1628—Upper duplex;
cit> heat; moderate price.
H E \ V 622—Loveiv 2. 4 "and S-rccm
ant strlrtlv mod Reas. Rt 7934
'■jhHEY. 1428—Near Brookside Park: will
of 2 4-rm. apts., for *65 mo.
Upper is furnished and rented for *45.
?,?r rt , un L ty so ; assuming responsi
bliity to have lower at bargain,
PE ,HH" N.. 1940—Reduced rent. heat, water
furn.. very desirable place. Ta. 1849.
5018%—5 rms.. modern: shads
and porches; investigate. Inducement.
V^Fx?4 NG . T °H- w..' 2031—5-RM. APART
MENT. MODERN. BE. 1591.
• * <2 r~Hicelv decorated kitchenette
JPiu-heat. light, gas. water and Ice fur.;
$33,50, Apply Apt. 1 THE GRANT.
_ 1054 W. 30TH.
Beautiful 5-rm. lower apartment: heat,
water, porch, garage. Ta. 3831. Ta. 0838.
Apartment Rental Bureau
We have apartments for rent anvwhejs
", L h ? cl ty north of Washington Bt.: let
SLm Lto 011 find one. positively no extra
. . on . ?. ncl tt ' ) obligations: wa
usually furnish car and driver to show
|P ar ?i: n ts without extra charge. Call
Bl 1371 day and night service.
MANCHESTER. 962 N. PENN. '
„(M.i ro 9 m apartment; Frlgidalre: ail
unities furnished; $62.50. LI. 1781.
APT.—-Water, heat furn.: walking
distance to town; $23. Rl. 3914 *
THE BERWICK*
...?51 N New Jersey St.; 2 rooms with
an d ba t h : newly refurnished;
all utilities' low weekly rent.
COLORED
; 311 ARCH ST.
| Pa
KIM EGER APTS.
336 E. PROSPECT ST.
Three rooms, newly decorated. *25. S3O.
See custodian or phone Li. 5391.
H. IL WOODSMALL & CO.
—Rent an efficiency apt •
utilities furn.: $33 and $35, LI. 5662.
3-ROOM DOUBLE—East; hardwood floors;
heat light, gas. water, garage, bus. car;
employed couple preferred. Ch. 6061-W
Houses for Rent
908 BEECHER.
Four rooms, gas and lights, $12.00
GREGORY & APPEL INC. LI. 7491.
BELLE VIEU, 532—New 4 rooms, bath,
5 16.50; King. 708. 5 rms.._bath, 518.50.
BROOKVILLE. N., 64%- —4 rms. RlOa
water pd. garage; *27.50, Ir. 1088. Ri. 6040
CENTRAL AVE., 1513—Fine 8-room double
good location; SSO. Ir. 3645.
CHESTER AVE.. 1464-66—New 4-room mod
ern double, garage; *3O per mo. Ch. 0784
after 6 p, m.
CORNELL. 2818 —5-room double, compleio
bath, garage, water paid. He. 2526.
COTTAGE AVE.. 1545—5 rooms; water* pd ;
gas, elec.; *l6; near school. Hu. 4368.
DAVIDSON. N.. 318—3 rms.. water pdT;
good condition; sls. Inq. 411 N. Noble.
DENNY. S.. 55—Mod. _ bungalow, fenced
yard, garage. 2129 R-3.
DENNY. 823—Cozy - rm. mod. bungalow
double, gar., water pd.; *35. Ta. 0682.
DREXEL—4-rm. mod. bungalow. gar I
water od„ Special Inducement. Wa 334;.
EAST—S-rm. modern double, very reason
able, garage. LI. 5575. Eves., Wa, 2410.
EMPIRE ST.. REAR 317 E. SOUTH—Four
rooms; car space; *12.50 month. _
ENGLISH AVE.. 3108—4-room seml-moa •
ern double: *l9: water paid. Rl. 7856.
Residence, Ir. 2119 R-8.
EUGENE, 852-—4 rooms, modern, garage;
$25. L!. 4437.
GRACE, S.. 442—4-rm. double, garage.
water paid; *lßs. He. 4813.
HAMILTON. N.. 849—5-room double." s2l
P' !r semi-modern, water furnished.
_Lj. 7890. Mr. Albershardt. Hu. 6124.
HARLAN, 1308—Semi-mod., 5 rms., good
condliton; *l7; 1 wk. rent free, Hu. 3623.
HERMANN. 122 -5-rm. cotage: water paid
near Real Silk; A-l, Wa. 1484. _
HOEFGEN. 1522—Near Garfield: 5-room.
bungalow, complete bath; *25. Cli. 3704-W.
HOLMEB. S.. 508—4-rooix semi-modern
rent; >16.50. Rl. 9735,
ILL.. N.. 2701—Corner. 2-way~6-rm. modi
dble. easily htd.; *37.50; wa. pd. Ta, 0204.
IRVINGTON—DoubIe: mod.; 5 rms.: redec
orated: water paid; *32.50. Ir. 3325.
KANSAS, 232—Cozy 4-rm. semi-modem
double, lights, gas, water. Dr. 1556-V.'
KEALING. N.. 612—4-rm. bungalow; suit
able one with oil stove; *2O. Ch. 305.;.
KENWOOD. 2411—6-room mod. double
gar.; water pald: *3O. Wa. 2067,
KE\3TONE, N., 1022—6 rms., mod. except
furnace; redec. nr. Tech; *2l. Rl. 0645.
LA URELI 817—Cottage; 5 rooms. newlV
dec., gas. electricity, inside toilet, ce
ment. cellar, porch, rent reduced: sls.
Ta. 6250.
LAUREL. 2032—4-room semi-mod.; good
condition; water paid. LI. 0034,
LE GRANDE. E.. 1302—5-rooms, strictly
mod.; gar.; water paid. Dr. 1921-R.
LUDLOW. 1902 Modern single: hardwood
firs.; near Hillside church; *25. He. 2687.
MABEL. 2020—7-room semi-mod. double;
water pd.: reduced *2O. B. Grove 169-J 1.
MICHIGAN. E.. 3614—4-room brick dou
ble. garage, water pd.: *4O. Ch. 0583.
MICHIGAN BT.. W, 3543—Strictly mod.:
6 clean rooms and bath; cistern; garage;
fine home, reasonable.
MORRIS. E.. 1028—7 :ms..~gar., mod.: $35.
N. Jersey, 8., 628; 8-rm.; 2-car ga.. *22 50
MOUNT. S.. 52—Cottage: 6 rms. semi
modern; garage. Be. 0746.
NEW YORK. 1628'w.—Five rooms, bath;
garage; water paid. Ri. 7725. Open.
Half month's rent free to good tenant
ORANGE. 20—5-room cottage. 530: near
Sacred Heart and Wo, 22, Be. 3171.
OXFORD. N. 326 —Corner. 6-room modern
double; garage: reduced >37.50. Ch. 1640.
PARK AVE.. 1912—Dandy 0 rms . modem.
Only *25. Rl. 0044.

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