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FUNERAL DIRECTORS. *WVV^SA^VWWWVWS<VW^^A^^^W George Grinsteiner Funeral director, 622 East Market. Old Phone Main 9CB. New phone. 27-208. Funeral m7" Rags dale CO., 232 North Delaware. Par lors for holding funeral services. Auto am bulance. HoKAHAN 37 W. Thirteenth st. Main 3210. j. c. wilson 1280 Prospeq*. Auto. 51-071. Prospect 822. Fun erai, directors— WM. E. KHIEGER, ' New 21-154. Main 1 464. 1402 N. Illinois UNDERTAKERS. ' W. T. BLASENGYM 1625 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 61-114. UNDERTAKERS — HISEY A *tIvUS, 5t North Del. New 26-564. Main 3iSO. DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES, Bristow, josepii—age 79, died at residence of Ills son, 361 East Thirtieth. Funeral Tuesday at 2 p. m. Burial pri vate. CONNELLY, CORNELIUS J.—FATHER of Robert Connelly and Mrs. Marga ret Sherman, died Sunday, Jan. IS, at 12:30 a. m. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 20, 9 a. in., at the funeral parlors of J. J. Blackweil &■ Son. Services at St. Paul Episcopal church at 10 a. m. Friends in vited. FERGER, MARGUERITE FR I E i>”\— Youngest daughter of J. Charles and 'Lottie Ferger. auu sister of Amanda and Fred Ferger, passed away at the home of her parents, 18cl South East street, at 3:32 a. m., Jan. 17, at the age of 16 years 9 months. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. > 20, at 2 p. m. Burial private, Crown Hiil ceme tery. Friends may view remains Monday, FOX, MRS. SAM—.MOTHER OF MRS. Leo Tuteur, 514 East Twenty-first street, and Mrs. Simon Segar of Detroit. Mich., died at the home of her sisters in Chillicothe, 0., Saturday at 6 p. m. Burial will be in Indianapolis. Funeral notice later. UNT, MRS. SARAH CHARLOTTE—AGE 83. widow of Lemuel C. Hunt, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary N. Swift, 6.65 Central avenue, early Monday morning. The burial w ill be at Crown Hill. Funeral and burial private. R “ABOLD, MRS. MAMIE years, beloved wife of Edward J. Ra bold, passed away Saturday, 11:45 a. m. Funeral at the Flanner & Buchanan chapel Tuesday, 2 p. m. Friends invited. Burial Crown Hill. Friends may e£\ll Monday aft er 3 p. m. SCH L AGE L 7 GEORGE— BE LOVED ~HU 14- band of Emily Schlagel of 309 North c.nester avenue, departed this life Sunday, Jan. IS, at 11 a. m. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 20, at the residence of his daughter. Mrs. Walter Foxal, 1661 Marttndale ave nue, at 10 a. m. Burial Crown Hill. Friends invited. SIGLER7DRT GEORGE A.—DIED Jan! 18, age 73 years, husband of Frances Sigler. Short funeral services Tuesday, Jan. 20, at the residence, 2956 North Capi tol avenue, at 8:45 a. in. Burial at Lib erty, Ind., 2 , p. in. W‘~ ITTE NBERG, M A TIL ILL RUM H laupt, died Saturday, Jan. 17, at 11:45 p. m. Friends may call .Monday, from 2 to 6 p. m. Funeral Tuesday. Funeral and burial private. LOST AND FOUND. Lost— a small pocketbook, lost on car going south on Illinois street, Friday night, near 9 o’clock; a small pock etbook containing $40.60 —three $5 tn gold, four $5 bills, four $1 bills, $1 In dimes, one new half dollar in sliver. Call 22-425, New phone, or address 56 Blacherne. Call and get reward. Handbag, lost, black yelvet. on Prospect or Northwestern car; Sun day morning, containing purse, about 320 in paper and sliver money, brown shell rimin.ed glasses. Reward. Prospect 27 92. LAURA MILAM. LOST— IVORY HAND MIRROR, SATUR day night, between Metropolitan store and.Meridian street, or on West Indianapo lis car. Name of Dr. Crlm on wrapper. Belmont 4 76. Reward. ONYX AND DIAMONITBROOCH LOST Wednesday, Jan. 14. Reward offered for return to Mrs. Herbert M. Woollen, 1719 North Pennsylvania. North 5656. IOST—TOP PART OF VISE AND IL plumbers’ washer kit, on West Wash ington, near tracks. North 3637 between 8 and 6. Reward. Lost— top part of vise and plumbers’ washer kit, on West Wash ington. near tracks. North 3637 between 8 and 5 Monday. Reward. PTkse lost, 1 small brown, at h. P. Wasson's. Saturday afternoon, con taining two $lO bills, 50-cent piece. Pros pect 830, Reward. Lost — package <r oxtaTsTng child's shoe and rubbers, in Wool kwnrth’s or on Washington street. Wood ruff 3922. Reward. fJIRSK LOST, LADY’S, IN ALHAMBRA I*} theater, with money and calling cards with, owner's name. Reward. Prospect II $5. _ _ _ LODGES AND CLUBS. wvwcaAAAAoe Red men—members of tishimingo tribe No. 210 are requested to attend the funeral of late Bro. George Schlagel on Tuesday. Jan. 20. Chiefs will assemble at Wigwam at ft o'clock sharp. H. C. PRF.HM. C. of R. ERNEST FRICK, Sachem. NOTICES. ANJjUAI- MEETING OF THE I’ROTES tant Deaconess society will be held In the assembly room of the Nurses' home. Senate avenue and Ohio streets, Friday evening, Jan. 23, at 8 o’clock. Election of four trustees and other important business matters to come before it. H. W. VIT2, President. LAWRENCE WUpLHOFF, Sec retary. ~ INSTRUCTIONS On any band or string instrument. Per sonal instruction. JOE ANTOLY, J 9 W. Tenth street. Circle 31427. Automatic 31-791. r , ROO MS—TO LEt7~~ Larue front room; modern; pkii vate fatnily; one-half block's, of car line; men only. Belmont 3356. 20 WEST NINETEENTH; NICELY FUR nished front room for two; down stairs. Harrison 389. 2762 ASHLAND; TWO GENTLEMEN TO room, and board if desired. Harrison I*4l First-class fi rnishetTrooms for one or two gentlemen. 1205 Park ave nue. Broadway” ii on; fcrnished rooms, with bath. Circle 5180. ALES M EN—W A NT £O - SALESMAN LIVE. ENERGETIC BALESMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL LOW UP LEADS SECURED THROUGH ADVERTISING AND CIRCULARS. STOCK SOLD UN DER PI.AN THAT ABSOLUTE LY GUARANTEES INVESTORS PRINCIPAL. CALL PERSON ALLY. 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG. TEN FIRST-GLASS STOCK SALESMEN FOR LEGITI MATE PROPOSITION. MUST ■BE ACTIVE AND WILLING MO WORK. SEE MR. REEVES, ■TATE MANAGER, BETWEEN ffikND 30 A. M., AT 216 TER-- fljjßjAL BLDG. Vice f: CLERKS and letter carriers; $1,200 entrance salary; promotion to $1,600; special examination Feb. 7 (men only). We give home study preparation. For details call or write UNITED CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL, Suite 9 and 10 When Bldg. Salesmen —men of selling abill lty. Experience pot necessary. We need men or ambition who will deserve promotion. If you are in earnest and want an opportunity to make from SIOO to S3OO per week phone at once tor an Interview. Main 7181. Auto. 26-114. * MARRIED MEN ATTExfiO V 4 Ten men averaged $68.50 last week. We need fifteen men by March 1 to complete our 1920 organisation. Must start at $27 and commission. Reference and security required. Apply 6 to 8 p. m. or write for date. 221 Saks building. DID TOU SELL ITT If not, try the automobile columns Os The Tlmea Want Ada. OUT OF A JOB ? Well, that Isn’t as had as being “out of pluck.” In finding anew situa tion, half the battle is the determination to get one. The other half is the intelligence used in seeking one. Employers get a good "first impression” of you if you go after a job iu a businesslike way. You will save energy, time and shoe leather by reading t}ie little want ads In the “Help Wanted” columns of The Daily Times. MALE I < EXP—WANTED. Nordyke & Mammon. Cos. NEEDS Laborers ft Internal Grinders Millwright Trimmers Back Hangers Woodworking Machine Hands Metal Workers i and Tool Designers Call at employment office, Kentucky Ave. and Morris St, ffift TROUSERS Iffii Rift I to matc^your coat w!|fjjj! Men, boys and colored women wanted. S. Key stone Ave and Belt R. R. Take Prospect car to end of line. Pairmount Glass Works. WANTED TWO GOOD MEN MONDAY A. M. FOR STEADY WORK TO DRIVE STOCK; REPORT STOCK YARDS OFFICE. WAN TED EXPERIENCED FILLERS. APPLY READY FOR WORK. CAN USE SOME SEMI - EXPERIENCED MEN. FURNAS OFFICE FURNITURE CO., 124 S. LIBERTY, C ABIN ET MAKERS First-class. 55 cents per hour, with chance of more for workmen who can show production. State ago and experi ence io first letter; also last tvvo places you have worked; do not answer unless you arc in position to report for work at once. Address A No. 29-83, Times. LABORfcRS ~ for construction work at Nordyke & Har mon bldg.. 1251 West Morris st. BED FORD STONE AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. Cl\ XL SERVICE POSITIONS, .CLKKKH, stenographers, typists. bookkeepers, letter carriers, raiiway mall clerks. For home study preparation call or write. INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL. 157 N. ILLINOIS St.. Room 207. Young men for railway mail clerks, sllO month. Experience un necessary. For free particulars, examina tions, write R. TERRY (former govern ment examiner), 655 Continental building, Washington. Girl to help in small uonkeTn tlonery and lunch store; age between 20 and 30 years. Must have experience; steady Job and good wages. Circle 3997. 377 South Illinois street. Trousers to match your coat and vest at a saving of 26% by walking one flight. CITY' TAILORS AND CLEANERS, 17 Yi N. Illinois. INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY MAIL clerk examinations coming. Hundreds needed. Begin $1,300. Sample questions free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 95 A. Rochester, N. Y. r.Ai Miik.M EH FIREMEN on chain grate stokers. Apply MR, RAY. Union Traction Power House. An derson. Ind. ANTED—MEN IN SEWKK PIPE factory.. Steady work and good wages. WILLIAM E. DEE CLAY MFG. CO.. Mecca. Ind. WANTED— COLORED HELPERS ON teams, good wages. Apply in person to Mr. Pierson, Beveridge Paper Cos., West Maryland and White river. sharpened. TUTTLEDGE, 201 Indiana ave. NOT 100 ”oLD; Re liable. COLONIAL HOTEL. TAILORS AND CLEANERS. NOTICE TO MEN | Why wear ready to wear pants, wjhen ; we make them to your measure for $6. ; Special price this week on blue serge trou sers; $7.50 per pair. LEON TAILORING CO. 131 East New Y'ork street. Cor. Mass, Ave. W 7 alk up one flight. ' H. G. FITE Practical Tailor and Cutter Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing; army overcoats made over; ladles’ work a specialty; work called for and delivered. North Capitol avenue and Ohio street. Automatic 26-641. Circle 690. Army overcoats made over and dyed; alterations, cleaning and pressing of ladies' and gents' garments. CITY TAILORS AND CLEANERS, 17i(, N. Illinois. APITOL GARMENT CLEANERS, T 24 North Capitol avenue.: Main 5477. Main 4160. Auto 21-241. J SCHWARTZ, TAILOK AND CLEAnI . er. 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2679. DETECTIVE*. IQuigley-Hyland Agency Civil and Criminal Investigators •IlMl* LM kids. Main 2902. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. SO Girls to Operate Power Sewing Machines to work in our modern day light factory—44 hours per week —making Auto Brand overalls and shirts. Good wages to beginners; lunch served at cost; pleasant surroundings. AUTO BRAND i LEWIS MEIER & CO. 1002 Central, comer of 10th 40 Girls over 16 years of age wanted for our sample depart ment. Tempo* rary position off about six weeks. Work light. KAHN TAILORING CO. AppSy at St. Clair St. Entrance. AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE. A GOOD POSITION SALARY ADVANCED FREQUENTLY Young‘women between the ages of 16 and 25 Apply to The i ■ - CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE CO. * Room 522, Corner New York and Meridian Sts. LINK BELT CO. CAN i USE AT LEAST 50 GIRLS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 19 AND 28 who are ambitious to learn a3 well as earn. TAKE W. MICHIGAN CAR TO HOLMES AVE. ASK FOR EMPLOYMENT DEPT. Women for aSi kinds of factory work, ex perience not absolute-1 iy necessary. Apply Rockwood Mfg. Cos., English Ave. and big 4 tracks. WHITE GIRL IFOR GENERAi7iIOUBE work; steady position; wages, $10; no laundry work. Apply 4207 North Pennsyl vania street, or manager Star Store. New phone 77-251. iter IN MOTION PICTUREsTmAKE IT n your profession. Send stamp, for free tryout. DELIGHT FILM CO., Inc., Wa bash avenue and Twenty-second street Chicago. ' ANTED—A LADY SEAMSTRESS ON men’s and ladies' clothes. Apply at once. LINDEN TAILOR SHOP, 315 North Illinois. . Middle aged lady desiring - home with family of .good character, house work and help care for sick lady. Pros pect 8814. 926 St. Peter street. COMPETENT STENOGRAPHERS AND typists to register with us; more calls than we can fill. Apply LAIN BUSINESS COLLEGE, corner Delaware and North. ' Experienced chocolate dIK pers and candyX wrappers. Call at 541 North East street. , HOMER J. WII - LI M SON. \ Girls over lerciboVjHoußs. good i pay. Upstairs over tIY S. Meridian St HONfiY DEW BUTTER S(|f>TCH CO. Ladies’ to take cbußte~i>r”hau£ i dressing, manicuring, evening classes. tfforth 4701. T T I INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1920. OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE 3C<£ PARDON, SIR. fl C£RTAI WLy I AM ~ AN YOU ID/RCCT-J-J CiOINQ PART WAY IN THAT i,- -fHCS DIReCTI ON. ALLOW M'S jail * iCjSfesiJ— carryyour. COUNTY 1 THIS is VC-I?Y Kino OF You', ARC TAKHNOt THESE KOW6R.S tOTHC ’POOR. feO-OW tUHO -SHOT n ——\ His wipe in amr of gwfc) jeALOOSY. OH, tdcar , TH©R& A<s SO MANY F? sb/N(*OR.tUNATC JHCW [OER-S OF SOCIC-TV YOU SAID A LARCifS MOUTHFUL *, X THAT YOU S<£ND TH<E OVSR TO THO CHILDRISM'S >' UIHOSPITAL LUITHTHC pbOWCRS I A MV) YOU CiO ON I AnlD FAWN Jgj OvetL Your. AS ° S£;D * J||| — —O .... ■ ~i. —i FEMALE HELP-WANTED. §© (Mil over 16 years of age for light factory work; good pay. HARRY B. MAHAN BOX CO., 320 W. SOUTH ST. OPERATORS Long Distance Apply Long Distance Chief INDIANAPOLIS TELEPHONE COMPANY DINING ROOM M AID FOR CITY HOSPITAL; ROOM, BOARD AND LAUNDRY. AP PLY JOHN McCATE, CHEF. ILL GIVE GOOD HOME AND SMALL salary to middle aged lady who will care for two children. Call North 9684 between 6 and 8 a. m. and after 6 p. m. All day on Sunday. WA N TED—-A M 1 DdTeUvgED W OMAN for general housework; small fam ily; referenre. North 6988. ~~ MISCELLAN EOUS>— FQR SALE. ARMY GOODS SALE 131 South Illinois street. Repaired marching and field shoes, new ly soled and heeled by U. S. government. $3.00; new army Munson last shoes. $5.00; new infantry Munson last shoes. $6.00, overalls and Jumpers (Rec.), each 75c. woolen underwear (Rec.), 76c; O. D. wool shirts (Rec.), $2.00; new blankets at $6.00. new woolen socks. 35c and 60c; new wool O, D. shirts. $4.00; relssu* O. I>. wool shirts, practically new, $3.00. new sweaters at $2.00 to $4 00; new slipover sweaters, $1.50 to $2.00; new gasmask raincoats, made of gas mask material; officers' style, with belt. $25.00 value. $12.00; new flood year raincoats, with belt, plaid lined, fl value. $7.50: army raincoats, slightly used (Rec.), $3.50 and $4.00; mew woolen union suits, $2.50; army overcoats, dyed bin-. $8.50; new serge raincoats. with belts, $17.50 values, $9.50. QUEEN CITY SALVAGE CO., Jobbers and Dealers. 134 South Illinois. Special attention given mall orders when accompanied by cash, certified check or money order. FA CTO R Y~STOVES Cannon stoves, hot blast heat ers, coal oil heaters, baseburners, cook stoves and coal ranges. Every stove in onr stock is in A-l condition and guaranteed to he a first-class heater or cooker. If you need a stove and want to save real money buy here, for our Driees are the lowest. QLAZER 444 E. Washington St. BEDS, SPRINGS ANIT MATTRESSES Beds from $2.50 up. Springs., $2.00 up. Mattresses, $3.00 up. SPECIAL PRICES ON CARPETS. Remember, Blazer's prices are the low est. You can save big money here on fur niture of every description. We can out fit your home complete. GLAZER 444 E. Wash. St. Buy Storage Furniture From time to time we take out hf storage, on which the time limit is up good furniture, rugs, heaters, coal and gas ranges, etc., which you can buy for about half the second-hand store prices. Call and see this week's lot. OLD STORAGE HOUSE. Ala. & N. Y. ate. A,__. ies\ Drop-Head Singer. $lo” r other bargains., SI.OO per U r ) £9 week. All makes RE- W I*JT PAIRED. HEMSTITCH tkJLv ING -while you wait. 100 ■ PER YARD. WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. Main (00. Auto. 25-216. Sl2 Mass. Ave. m Mail ’Em In J* O.G.Klugel,P.D. \ A/ir 236 South Meridian V V Main 3823. Steel tape repairing INGKK SEWING MACHINE CO.; NEW and used machines; electric motors; rents, repairs. 764 Massa6huae*ls avenue. Phony Main 5673. . i _ For good ford front wheels, tires and tubes complete. First sls takes them. Belmont 43*0. Musical instkuMknts, records, rolls, cut price. TUTTLE. 201 Indiana s vepue. / ECONO-HAND furnace FOR SALK. Call Main *O7B. FOR FIRE INSURANCE ON HOUSE hoId goods call Prospect 5570. FTTmALE CANARIES. A. HEIZKIt, 7vuT gusta. MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES’ BASM8 ASM PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN, 9 Massachusetts avenue. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE. Homes for Colored Payments 19.11 Tenth, live-room bungalow, electric lights, new cement porch now vacant. Price $1,750, $l5O cash. sls per month. 1931 Yandes, four rooms, electric lights. i v , ,A decor,lt ‘ ? ' Prlc ® $ 1,260, SIOO cash. $12.;,0 month. 2411 Hovey, six rooms, electricity. Price $1,600. SIOO cash. sls month. B. M. RALSTON Auto, 27-560, 143 East Market. Main 960. 10 ACRES - Nine miles south of Indianapolis; all second bottom; one mile from small town, five-room house, barn and garage, fruit. Its rPN strawberries, on good pike; $3,50f terms. ' Mr. Baird. Canaday Realty Cos. 306 City Trust Bldg. * Main 5340. SVt T 1015 S. ShelYTeld””fivUroojn bungalow; three years old; ,/& modern. except bath; A LX. screened front porch; long living room; full lot, worth the money, $2,200, terms. Geo. A. Lucas Realtor, with Bert Essex, 208 American Central Life Main 5574. Evenings Irving ton 338. Walking Distance West Four-room cottage, electric lights gas well a.-.d cistern; price $1,300; small down payment and sl2 per month. Sea Mr. Mclnteer, with I N, Richie & Son, Realtors 151 East Market. Main 620 After 6 p. m. call Woodruff 4833. South Side Modern Home Eight rooms, elegant location; paved street. Immediate poeseslon; property In fine condition; low price; easy term*. J. S. Cruse Realty Cos. 128 North Delaware street. vt r 918 North Sheffield. five room cottage, full lot; AA worth the money. price, 4-6 —J JL IX $2,000. George A. Lucas. Realtor .with Bert Essex, 208 American Central Life. Main 6574. Evenings. Irvington 338. NORTHEAST ‘ Five rooms, nice cottage; electric lights; on Roosevelt avenue; price. $2,000; #2OO cash; sl6 monthly. W. H. COOPER. 838 Lerncke Bldg. w- 550 Arbor avenue, 5\ eat In dlnnapolts. five-room cot tage. at a bargain price; ex- A ceilent terms; will sell this cheap. George A. Lucas, Realtor, with Bert Essex. jOB American Central Life. Main 657 4. Evenings, Irv ington 338. Choice large lot near maple road boulevard, within two squares ol Fair Grounds; $lO cash, balance $1 week ly. 640 Lerncke Annex. Main 1409. Harding street, 505 soUthTfoUk room cottage; price $1,750; $l6O cash and remainder at sl6 per month. H. G. MONEN. 405 Law building. S' Ol 111, ~ MAI RING I) ISTA NC E, SIX rooms. seinl-modern, largo bar.i. paved street; $2,460; $260 cash, S2O per month. Woodruff 247 after 7:30. SIX-ROOM HOl SK. ELEt TKIC LIGHTS”, city water in kitchen; cistern; $2,35J; 4012 E. Michigan. Phone owner Irving ton 971. Immediate possession. BY OWNER, TWO LARGE LOTS, store and living rooms; fruit, chicken park, garage, filling station; good location. Woodruff 70. INU4ANA TRUST CO. Belle real estate, collects rent write* Ore lasuranoe. North, new bungalow, never occupied, modern, easy terms. Wash ington 1079. H( >RTHr modern, six-room home, pat ed street, $4,000; SSOO cash; $35 monthly. Woodruff 2092. ah KiioMs, SVoiTern. lov, UviSTT; O roon), etc. Terms. Woodruff 7024. SOITHr~FI3B~ KfX)MS, MODERN, <}A rage, terms. North 7476 after 6;30. T T^TATE^WA~N~rtD. WE HAVE CUSTOMERS WANTING strictly modern homes east, near Technical High school; cash buyers; communicate with us at once. Mr. Kim mich. Main 1499. Auto. 25-246. HQME SEEKERS REALTY CO.. 913 Merchants Bank Bldg. "LIST WITH THE HOME SEEKERS." House of five to seven rooms, not necessarily modern ;■ cash. Main Modern house for “cash custo mer. Main H--. HOC SE WlTH””iwi, CASH DEAL. Woodruff 2092. Fiv E OR Six ROOMS, SEMI-MODERN. Woodruff 7024. ,FARMS— FOR GALE. SJ,OOO--SI,OOO AND TERMS An apple orchard of ten acres contain ing more than 400 nine-year-old trees of good commercial varieties; IVi miles from a good market, in Yakima valley. Wash ington. Excellent schools and churches. If interested, write J. C. DORWIN, 3566 Spokane avenue. Tacoma. Wash. SEVENTY - ONE-ACRE FARM FOR sale, at a bargain, If sold, by Feb. 1; price $95 per acre; good improvements. Call and see owner, one and one-half miles southeast of Acton, Ind. 11. W. HILTON. SITU AT lON WANTED—F E MaTjeT CATERING DONE FOR DINNER PAK ties. weddings, etc. Call Woodruff 1172. 436 Dorman street. WASH INGS TO BRING HOME; NEAT* ly dotie. by experienced laundress. Auto. 43-651 L horsesTanTd yEmcLEs. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for dead horses, cows and hogs. Call Bel mont 459 and get our prices. AUTOMOBILGB FOR BALE. v i.-yir rifMYVVYUI SAVE MONEY NOW by buying your car here. Look over our bargains in reliable used cars. Most of them have been rebuilt, repaint ed and havo new tops. Make. Down. Weekly. Falge 25 touring $76 $8.50 £ as < 100 4.00 Packard coupe 16 4.50 Maxwell coup 6 325 6.00 Alter touring 335 5.00 -Chevrolet roadster 225 5.00 Bu ick 245 5.25 Paige touring 395 6.00 Dodge, winter top, 5-pas 345 6.50 Franklin s 395 6.75 And many others. No brokerage. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS & TIRE CO., 518 N. Capitol. Open Sunday. CHEVROLET ROADSTER BABY Grand; newly painted; fine tires; no brokerage; on terms. No delay; you drive your car away when you*buy. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO., 618 North Capitol. Main 2638. Automatic 22-019. UNUSUAL OFFERINGS liigh-Grade Used Cars 1919 Columbia, touring; demonstrator. 1918 Chevrolet 8, touring. 1917 Dodge touring. 1919 Hubmobile, touring. 1918 Inter-State, touring. 1917 Overland, touring. 1917 Ford, touring. 1917 Chevrolet, roadster. 1919 Chevrolet, touring. 1917 Maxwell, touring. 1916 Cole, touring. Ford coupe, demountable rims. Terms over twelve monthly payments. Liberty bonds accepted at face value. Phone for demonstration. Dietz-James 334 East Market street. Main 6716. PACKARD COUPE, MODEL 18, ELEC trlc llgh.ts and starter; fine condition; you make your own terms; no brokerage; no delay. You drive your oar away when you buy. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO„ 518 North Capitol. Main 2638. Auto. 22-019 DODGE CARS We have some wonderful bargains In used cars. DODGE ROADSTER, 1918 Just like new. DODGE 1918 TOURING New top and tires; perfect condition. DODGE CLOSED CAR Don’t fall to see this one. NEW DODGE COMMERCIAL Run 800 miles. FORD TOURING, 1918 Fine condition. LOZIER TOURING First-class condition. , K. B. L. Auto Repair Cos., DETROif "ELECTRIC Four-passenger, recent model; wire wheels, very good battery; $1,350. Several Waverley and Baker Electrics, rebuilt; new tires, batteries; to paint; guaranteed. DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES CO., 963 N. Meridian. Main 943. Auto. 21-125. Maxwell ’ coupe’ Tin model fine condition; demountaMf rims; you make your own terms; no brokerage; no delay. You drive your car away when you buy. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.. 618 North Capitol. Main 3635. Auto. 33-019. REAL BAKGAiNaTcT' USED CARS All bargalna Cash or paymenta I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. , "A MILLION PARTS." Main 1876. 619 N. HUnola Auto. sl-08$ PAIGE TOURING, GI.ENWOOD MOD el. fine top and tires; you make your own terms, no brokerage, no delay. You drive car away when you buy. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE'CO.. 518 North Capitol. Main 2638. Automatic 22-019. M AXW ELI, COUPE, 1917 MODEL, NEW paint, new tires, bumper bar; a bar gain. See D. C. RIDER for terms. JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO., Department of Used Cars, 143 N. Capitol. Main 2346. Franklin touring, new paint? new cord tires; you make your own I terms; no brokerage; no delay. You drive your car away when you buy. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.. 518 North Capitol Main 2638. Automatic 22-019. L~ ATE" MODEL CHEVROLET - BABY grand, In A1 condition. Terms If de sired. S. AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE. *2l Mass. Ave. Circle 1776. PAID e" 25, TOURING? GOOD CONDI tlon; low price, 175 down, balance *3 ; weekly. No brokerage. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO., 618 North Capitol. Main 2638. Automatic 23-019. Late model Chevrolet 4-o. this car Is In A1 condition. Terms If de- I sired. R AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE, | 321 Mass. Ave. Circle 1776. BI ICK, MODEL 34 TOURING? ELEC trlcally equipped; fine tires; good condition; SIOO down, balance $4 weekly. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.. 518 North Capitol. Main 2638. Automatic 22-019 OVERLAND roadster: Model 83; extra tire; mechanical ly Al; $400; terms If desired. INDIANA MOTOR CO., 425 North Meridian. CHEVROLET 19*0 MODEL F. R.; touring; practically new. In A-l con dition; reasonably priced. Phone Irving ton 141 or call at 6221 East Washington street, for demonstration. TRUCKS—FOR SALE. CHEVROLET. ONE-TON WORM DRIVE, with pneumatic tires; been used short time; will sell at a discount. Terms to responsible parties. JONES-WHITAKKR SALES CO., Department of Used Cars. 343 North Capitol. Main 3346. AUTO MOBILES—WANTED] AUTOS WANTED X We buy more cars for parts purposes and to resell than any other dealer In the country. There must be a reason. This Is it: We pay the best prices. Try us first and last. If you do not sell to us you are losing money. Indianapolis Auto Parts & Tire Cos. 518 North Capitol. Auto. 22-019. Main 2638. ~ AIJTOS wanted We pay cash. No delay for your moniy. It Is here for you. Come in or call. I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. (19 N. Illinois st. Main 1679. Auto. Si-OCL We also buy Junk cars. WE BUv77skT.l, AND EXCHANGE ALL makes of used cars. S & S AUTO exchange 321 Mass, avenue. Circle 1774. W~ ILL - TRADE -_ BTOCK IN REPUTABLE oil company In Texas for Ford road ster. touring or coupe. H. A. MUNEKE, Linden hotel, all day Sunday or evenings after 6 p. m. AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES. REPAINT YOUR AUTOMOBILE We have one of the most completely equipped paint shops In this station and are in position to repaint cars of all makes In a high-grade manner. Estimates cheerfully given. LOCAL BRANCH Nordyke & Marmon Cos. Meridian ati 1 Eleventh. DIXIE STORAGE BATTERIES Six-vOlt. $22.50. Twelve-volt, $32.50. Twentv months’ guaranty. DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO. MAIN 6181. 529 MASSACHUSETTS AVE. After Feb. 1, 6-volt, $25.00. aUto washing Our Specialty. 832-834 North Illlaola. S. & S. Auto Laundry W. & P. paiWshoF" Automobile painting. (39 East Washing ton. __ MfiiiiLE m nw® First-class work guaranteed. Called for and delivered. 24 North Noble. Main 3977. Tires and tubes, farts fob nearly all' makes of cars. S. AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE, 921 Mass, avenue. Circle ITT*. BUB ,N EB B CHANCES. FEATHERS Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and £ IIlows made to order. Est. 1886. E. F. lURKLE, 416 Mass., ave. Main 1428. New **-776. ROOFERS Asphalt roll roofing and shingles, repair ing and recoatlng roofs and gutters. LASHBROOK BROS. CIRCLE 3056 Restaurant and chile parlor. doing nice business, for sale cheap; for cash only. See JAMES O. TAYLOR, 754 South East street, this week. lOC CIGAR - "AND TOBACCO WALL case; 10c counter and showcase, cigar, tobacco and candy shop; $225. 4014 East Washington. MII SC ELL AN E OUS—W ANTE D~ LEW SHANK pays best pflces In city for household goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North New Jersey street. Main 2028. USED GOODS STORE BUYS STORE and, office fixtures, household furni ture and rugs. Main 2288. Auto 22-288. 424 Mass, avenue, IF YOUR- CLOCK IS NOT RUNNING phone Circle 4107. M. R. SHEARN. 11l North Alabama. ANTED—CASH REGISTERS? WILL pay cash. 22 Baldwin block. Main 6871. Auto 21-794 ~COAL and wood for sale. Pocahontas M. R SB.OO Kentucky Sh. L 7.75 Illinois Lump 7.00 Indiana Lump 6.50 M. 3531. L. K. BAIN COAL CO. M. 3531. SUCCESSOR TO ANCHOR FUEL CO, MAIN 2151, LINTON LUMP ~ $6.50 PER TON Prospect 3280. Automatlo 62-384. TRANSFER AND BTORAGE7 /5y717 VTG/7 STORAGE CHEAPEST // ( \y7 RATES IN CITY. CALL (f l \( US. Everything at rsa lt I II sonable price. Packed. VI IT I J i| shipped anywhere. V/3\'o' £1 Locked room if desired. 39 West Henry. Main 4699. OHANK furniture and storage 0 CO.. 227-229 North New Jersey street. Phone Main 2031. Local - and”overland hauling, o. K. TRANSFER CO., 938 East Wash ington street. Prospect 3282. AUTOB "ANIfTRU C KSFOR HIRE CABS FOB RENT—DO YOUR OWN driving. U-DRIVE AUTO SERVICE!. 125 South Pennsylvania street. Telephone Main 6830. WISCONSIN. FARM LANDS. LANDOLOGY, A MAGAZINE GIVING the facts in regard to the land situa tion. Three months' subscription. FREE. If for a home or as an Investment you are thinking of buying good farm lands, elmply write me a letter and say, “Mall me LANDOLOGY and all particulars FREE.” Address Editor. Landology, gkldmore Land Cos., 113 Skidmore bldg., Marinette, Wis. FINANCIAL. YOa CAN BORROW MONEY SO CHEAP and on such easy terms of repayment from the Fidelity Loan Company, a li censed and bonded firm, for use in paying overdue bills or to buy the things you need for CASH at BARGAIN PRICES that every one should take advantage of our eervice. LOANS ON FURNITURE $20.00 to $300.00 at legal rates, on short notice and without publicity. 1 We give you all the time you want to repay a loan and only charge for the actual time you have the money. Fair, isn't It T You Can Afford to Borrow On $ 40 pay $2 a month and Interest On $ 60 pay $3 a month and interest On SIOO pay $5 a month and interest PAY MORE ANY JTME AND REDUCE THE COST IN YOUR BEHALF We are on the Job eight hours a day. and through personal contact and personal service, plus a deep personal interest, we can serve you and your friends as you wish to be served. In these unusual times, business friendships, close relations, mu tual understandings and co-operation are real assets to all of us. We are ready to go three-fourths of the way. Now it Is up to you. FIDELITY LOAN CO. 106 E. Market St. Room 532 Lerncke Bldg. Wain 1378. Auto. 37-782, WHEN YOU NEED MONEY SIOO-S2OO-S3OO Investigate our easy-to-pay Twenty-Payment Plan Loans. Get SSO. pay back $2.50 a month. " SIOO, " " $5.00 " With Interest at per month. You pay only for the aqtual time loan runs. Interest is charged only on the actual amount or cash still outstanding. Come In and get free booklet. "The Twenty Payment Plan,” which describes everything fully. All business confidential. We l oan on Furniture, Pianos. Victrolas, Live Stock. Automobiles, eto., without removal. Also on Diamonds, Etc. for long or short time Call, phone or write Indiana Collateral v Loan Cos. (Bonded Lenders.) ESTABLISHED 1887. 201 LOMBARD BUILDING. 24>* EAST WASHINGTON ST. Phone Main 3286. New 26-756. Start the New Year kight Why not put all of your bills into one and owe only one place? Have you the money to do this? If not. we will loan you what you need. We make loans on furniture, pianos, fixtures, automobiles, etc., without re moval. Get Our Special Terms on SSO, SIOO, S2OO, S3OO We will loan you any amount up to S3OO at strictly legal rates and give you twenty months' time to pay back If you desire It. However, If you prefer you can repay In full at any time and you will be charged Interest only for actual time loan runs. Call, write or phone State Loan Cos. 305 ODD FELLOW BLDG. Jorner Pennsylvania and Washington sts. Phones, Main 4619. Auto. 24-629. Under state supervision. DIAMONDS burton jewelry Go. 58 Monument Place. U/K ARh PREPARED TO MAKE REAL If ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY.. WS PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS, MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS LISTED AND UNLISTED. INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES COl FRANK K. SAWYER. PRES. BLDG. ASSETS. $843,749. Money to loan on second mort gages on Indianapolis and Indiana real estate. GIBRALTER FINANCE COM PANY. 208 Fidelity Trust building. Main )>OS WE MAKE SECOND MORTGAGES ON farm or city property. AETNA MTO. AND INV. Ca Main 7101. (08 Fidelity INSURANCE IN Ml ITS BRANCHES ■7AUBREY D. PORTER. 010 Law bldg. LEGAL NOTICEB. NOTICE. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PARKS, OF FICE O'? THE BOARD. Indianapolis, Indiana. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Paj]o Commissioners of the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, that It Is desired and deemed necessary to make the following described public Improvement In the city of Indian apolis, as authorized by the following numbered improvement resolution adopted, by said Board on the 28th day of Novem ber 1919 IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION No. . 1919, for the Improvement and embellishment of the lawns in and along ROOK WOOD AVENUE, between the sidewalk and curb line on each side of said street between FORTY-SECOND AND FORTY-THIRD STREETS, by the planting of shade trees therein; all In accordance with profiles, details, drawings and specifications on file In the office of the Board of Park Commission ers of said city; and such Improvement is now Ordered. All work done In the making of said described public improvement shall be In accordance with the terms and conditions of the Improvement resolution, as number adopted by the Board of Park Commis sioners on the above named day, and the detailed drawings, plans., profiles and specifications which are op file and may be seen in the office of the Board of Park Commissioners. The 3aid Board of Park Has fixed Thursday, January 29, 1920, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at its office in said city as the time and place for the public con sideration of the proposed improvement, at which time said board of park com missioners will hear all persons interested, or whose property is liable to be assessed for said improvement, and will determine i whether the benefits to the property llk-fl ble to be assessed for such Improvement® and the benefits to the City of Indlanapoi £ will equal the estimated cost thereof. By order of the Board of Park missioners. EDWARD A. STUCKMETER,* CHARLES E, COFFIN, H SAMUEL E. RAUH, HB FRED C. GARDNER, B| B<->ard nf park Commissioners. City of dianapolis. TP. ACTORS.' fll Indianapolis, Indiana, January 9, 192^H’| Notice Is hereby given by the Turk Commissioners of the city of China.polls, Indiana, that'.sealed will be received by it at its office o'clock p. m.. on Thursday. JanuaxyWßi 1920, for the furnishing of all labor, tools, materials, fuel, machinery, appliances and equipment required for the construction of a number of concrete park bench paxts, all. In accordance with the Intent and mean ing of the plans and specifications for the work, which plans and specifications are on file In the office of the Board of Park Commissioners*. Bidders must accompany their proposals for said work w-lth a certified check for an amount not less than per cens of the engineer's estimate of the cost of such work bid upon, but In no case shall any such check be less than the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00), said check to be certified by a reputable bank doing business In the City of Indianapolis, In diana, as evidence of good faith that the successful bidder will execute within five (5) days from the acceptance of his pro posal. a contract and bond satisfactory to said board to do the work required- A failure of the successful bidder to enter into sbeh contract and furnish such bond upon the acceptance of his proposal will forfeit the check and the sum of money pavable thereon to the city as ascertained abd liquidated damages for such failure. An affidavit of noncollusion. as required by law, must be furnished. 1 The Board of Park Commissioners re serves the right to reject any or all bids. EDWARD A. STUCK MEYER, CHARLES E. COFFIN. SAMUEL E. RAUH, FRED C. GARDNER, Board of Park Commissioners, City of In dlanapolis. ' NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Park Commissioners of the City of In dianapolis will up to 2 o’clock p. m.. on Thursday, the 29th day of January. 1920. receive bids for the furnishing to the City of Indianapolis One Hundred Thousand (100,000) gallons, more or less, of road oil. Each bidder is to submit with his bid a sample of not less than one-half (%) gal lon of Ahe oil named In his bid. Each bidder is to state in his bid the locality in which his particular oil Is ob tained and refined; also to furnish a com plete analysis of the oil named In his bid. Each bidder In submitting proposal, must accompany his bid with a certified check for r> amount not less than One Hundred ($lu0.00) Dollars as evidence of good faith that the successful bidder or bidders will execute within five (5) days from the acceptance of his proposal, a contract and bond satisfactory to said Board. Said check to be certified by a reputable bank doing business In the City of Indianapolis, Indiana. A failure of tfae successful bidder or bidders to enter into such contract and bond upon the accept ance of such proposal, will forfeit thee check and the sum of money payable thereon to the City of Indianapolis as ascertained and liquidated damages for such failure. An affidavit of noncollusion. as required by law, must be furnished. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all‘bids. EDWARD A. STUCKMETER. CHA.'LES E. COFFIN, SAMUEL E. RAUH. FRED C. GARDNER, Board of Park Commissioners, City of Ib dianapolls. . AUCTIONEERS. LEERING & HARRIS AUCTIONEERS 223-225 Hume-Mansur Building. May Offer Jackson State Secretary Job Ed Jackson, of Lafayette xnay be of fered the appointment as secretary of state to succeed William A. Roach, -who died Saturday afternoon, it xvas reported at the today. Mr. Roach succeed Mr. Jackson ss sec retary of state when the latter resigned to enter military service. Mr. Jackson is a candidate for the republican nomina tion for governor. It was said that the administration may attempt to induce him to become secretary of state and thus remove one of the many gubernatorial candidates from the field. Weather in Other Cities Station. Bar. Temp. Weath. Atlanta. (!a JO.lk 48 Cloudy Amarillo. Tox '.’J.ftS 4fi PtCldy Bismarck. N. D.... 30,‘JS —2 Cloudy Boston. Mass 30.20 8 Clear t hicago. 11l 29.82 24 Cloudy Cincinnati. 0 29.8S 28 PtCldy Cleveland. O. ..... 29.94 10 Snow Denver. Colo 29.80 56 Cloudy Dodge City. Kas... 30.00 32 Clear Helena. Mont 29.5S 48 Rain Jacksonville. Fla... 30.32 50 Clear Kansas Citv, Mo.. 29.90 42 Clear Louisville. Kv .... 29.92 34 Clear Little Rock. Ark.. 30.00 46 Clear Los Angeles, Cal.. 30.04 58 Cloudy Mobile, Ala 30.22 56 Clear Nekv Orleans. La.. 30.20 60 Clear New York. N. V... 30.26 18 PtCldv Norfolk. Va 30.24 30 Cloudy . Oklahoma Citv ... 29.94 42 Clear Omaha. Neh 30.04 24 Clear Philadelphia. Pa... 30.26 14 Cloudy Pittsburg, Pa 30.04 14 Snow Portland. Ore 30.16 46 Clear Rapid City. S. D.. 30.04 16 Cloudy Roseburg, Ore. ... 30.22 36 Cloudy San Antonio, Tex.. 30.12 56 Rain San Francisco, Cal. 29.98 54 Clear St. Louis. Mo 29.84 42 Clear St. Paul, Minn 30.14 0 Cloudy Tampa, Fla 30.34 50 Clear Washington, D. C 30.24 18 Snow Observation taken at 7 a. m., Jan. 19, 1920, by United States weather bureau*. WEATHER CONDITIONS, 7 A. M. A fle'd of high barometric pressure this morning covers the Atlantic, gulf plai ’au and north Pacific states, and an other is present in middle western Can ada. extending thence southward over the Dakotas and Minnesota. There Is an arc-shaped depression trough between, with centers over Illinois. Wyoming and northwestern Montana, respectively. As a result It is warmer generally between the Rockies and the Alleghenies, except In the northern Red river valley and lakes region, and Chinook conditions with a compan.vlng high temperatures con tinue along the eastern slopes of the Rockies. It is below zero generally north of u line drawn from north central Mow te.na to central Wisconsin and thence eastward to the north Atlantic coast, and there has been considerable precipitation from the Ohio valley northwestward to western Canada through the region where the temperature gradient or temperature change has been greatest. In other ports of the country the weather fer the most part has been fair. J. H. ARMINGTON, Meteorologist.