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CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS ING RATES ON REQUEST TO CLASSIFIED ADVER TISING DEPARTMENT. MAIN 8600, NEW 28-861 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. George Grinsteiner funeral director, 522 Eaet Market. Old Phone Main #OB. New Dhone. 2T-208. Fun era l director*—a. m. kags- DALG CO.. 232 North Delaware. Par lors for holding funeral r-rvlces Auto id liulance. McKAHAN & WILHITE 37 W. Thirteenth st. Main 3210. J. C. WILSON 1230 Proepect. Auto. 61-671. Prospect 133. FUNEKAI. DIRECTORS!— WM. E. KRIEGER, New 21-154, Main 1454. 1402 N. llllnola UNDERTAKERS?” W. T. BLASENGYM 1625 Shelby £t. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114. UNDERTAKERS— HIBEY ”i TITUS. Sit North Del. New 26-564. Main 3330. DEATH ANDE^^NQiniCE^. BTNMNGEK, HERMAN—B ELOVKD brother of William and Ernest Bln mngrer, died Jan. 19. at age 39 years. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 22, at 2 p. m., at H. F. Meyer's funeral parlors. Burial Crown Hill. Services conducted by the Masons. Friends invited. Bryan, mr. high—son of mks. James W. Bryan, 655 East Twenty tourth street, died Monday, Jan. 19, ,in Montclair N. J. Funeral Friday at 2:30 at the home of Mis 6 Laufa Bryan, 1015 North Meridian. Friends invited. Burial private. Davenport, mrs. anna— age th years, died Tuesday, Jan. 20. Re mains were removed to the funeral par lors of Kirby & Dlnn, 1138 North Illinois. Funeral notice later. mart Frances—wife of Benjamin Hancock, mother of Arthur I-. Hancock of Alton, 111., and Anna Han cock of Indianapolis, died Jan. 20. Fu neral Friday at residence, 10 a. m„ 210 Clifton street. Burial Sheridan, Ind. Harden, jesse—son of mk" an b Mrs. F.' J. Harden, died Jan. 19, at Chicago. Funeral notice later. Hoffman, ernest f.—beloved son of Wilhelm and Bertha Hoffman, died Jan. 20, 1920, at 10.30 a. m., age 21 years 1 month 22 days. Funeral Friday. Jan. 23, at 2 p. m„ at parents’ residence, 318 Lincoln street. Friends Invited. Bur ial Crown Hill cemetery. H~OVEY, ALFRED R—AGE 66 YEARS, passed away at St. Vincent's hcspital at 6 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 20. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 22, at 2 p. m., at the Broadway Methodist church. Friends In vited. Burial Crown Hill. ÜBBARISr~ WILLIAM H.—DIED AT his residence, 4170 North Pennsyl vania, street, Tuesday afternoon at 3:15 of bronchial pneumonia. Notice of funeral later. Hunt, mrs. sarah charlotte— Age. 83, widow of Lemuel C. Hunt, died at the hone of her daughter, Mrs. Mary N. Swift, 5765 Central avenue, early Mon day morning. The burial will be at Crown Hill. Funeral and burial private. K' NOX, ALEXANDER—AGE 57 YEARS; beloved husband of Margaret Knox, passed away Tuesday. Jan. 20. at 3:40 p. in. Funeral at residence, 439 Eastern avenue. Services Jan. 23 at 2 p. m. Friends invited. Burial private, at Crown Hill. LOST AND FOUND. Handbag, lost, bi-ack velvet, on Prospect or Nonthwestern car; Sun day morning, containing purse, about J2O in paper and silver money, brown shell rimmed glasses. Reward. Prospect 2792. LAURA MILAM. 35x5 TIRE AND RIM IN CASE, ON cross road, 12 miles east of Indian apolis. Owner can have same by identi fying tire and. paying for ad. Address A No. 824. Times. LOST—IYOR Y HAND .MIRROR, SATCR day night, between Metropolitan store and Meridian street, or on West Indianapo lis car. Name of Dr. Crlm on wrapper. Belmont 4076. Reward. Lost— on market street, near Sentinel Printing Company, one auto mobile glove, for left hand; make, “Gran ite, Hand Wear"; finder please call Main *34. or return to 5$ statehouse; reward. Black - beagif. hound; taken , from 1711 Massachusetts avenue, Thursday morning, by two (Technical boys. lJust be returhed to save trouble. Brown slit case lost,“on illi nols. between Union Station and T. vt. C. A., Tuesday night about 6:30; re ward. Circle 3825. PURSE LOStTIADY’S, IN ALHAMBRA theater, with money and calling cards with owner’; name. Reward. Prospect 11 So. MUSIC BAG, LEATHER, IX)ST. CON talning several pieces of music, on Irvington car, Saturday. Call Irvington 142 L _ NOTICES. INSTRUCTIONS On i any band or string Instrument. Per- Lsonal Instruction. JOE ANTOLT, 19 W. \Tenth street. Circle 8427. Automatic ’fc-791. __ ROOMS—TO LET. 26 WEST NINETEENTH; NICELY FUR nished front room for two: 'down stairs. Harrisoi. 389. Twenty-third’ east, buTI two rooms; gentlemen. Near Central ave nue car. Harrison 2327. Broadway. nosl furnished room, with bath. Circle 5180. TWO NICELY furnished front rooms. Phone Circle 6896. BOARD AND ROOMS—WANTED. WANTED— ROOM AND BOARD NEAR 500 block Capitol avenue. GEORGE E. PRINCE, care V. M. C. A TAILORS AND CLEANERg! NOTICE TO MEN Why wear ready to wear pants, when 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 York street. Cor. Mass.' Ave. Walk up one flight. H.G.FITE Practical Tailor and Cutter Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing army overcoats made o er; 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. 17% N. Illinois. CAPITOL GARMENT CLEANERS, 1248 North Capitol avenue. Main 5477 Main 4160. Auto 21-241. SCHWARTZ, TAILOR AND CLEAjT ■ er. 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2679. BUBINESS CHANCE*. vvwvwV - OPPORTUNITY Have you 8100 or more you would like to Invest where the risk Is small and the profits large? It will pay you to * INVESTIGATE Address A No. 820, Times. FEATHERS” Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and §lllows mede to order. Eat. 1886. E. F. dJIUKLK. 418 Mass., ave. Main 1488. New ROOFERS^ Asphalt roll roofing and shingles, repair ing and recoatlng roofs and gutters. LASHBROOK BROS; CIRCLE 3056 GOOdH SMALL GROCERY STOCK AND small amount of fixtures. BEARS HARVEY CO. City Trust Bldg, r IN-FOOT CIGAR AND TOBACCO wall case; 10-ft. counter and show oaae: cigar, tobacco and candy stock; 8226. 4816 East Washington. OXJ% OF A JOB ? Well, that isn’t as bad 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 in a businesslike way. You will save energy, time and shoe leather by reading the little want ads in the “Help Wanted” columns of The Daily Times. MALE HELP—WANTED. WWWWWWVWW/VWv * LABORERS WANTED Improved working condition. E. RAUH & SON, Back of Stockyards. NORDYKE & MARMON CO. NEEDS LABORERS TRACERS BACK HANGERS METAL WORKERS CALL AT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, KENTUCKY AYE. AND MORRIS ST. LABORERS Apply Beech Grove coal pile. A. J. Yawger & Cos. * TROUSERS /JIK to match your coat 110 E. 1 MARKET ST. O Men, boys and colored women wanted. S. Key ! stone Ave and Belt R. R. Take Prospect car to end of line. Fairmount Glass Works. WANTED TWO GOOD MEN MONDAY A. M. FOR STEADY WORK TO DRIVE STOCK; REPORT STOCK YARDS OFFICE. CABINET MAKERS First-class, 55 cents per hour. with chance of more for workmen who can show production. State age and experi ence in first letter; also last two places I you have worked; do not answer unless I you are in position *o report for work at once. Address A No. 2933, Times. LABORERS for construction work at Nordyke & Mar mon bldg., 1251 West Morris st. BED FORD STONE AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS. CLERKS. stenographers, typists, bookkeepers, letter carriers, railway 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, JllO month. Experience un necessary. For free particulars, examina tions, write R. TERRY (former govern ment examiner), 555 Continental building, Washington. 25 LABORERS for our Hammond (Ind.) plant; full par ticulars can be had at AMERICAN GLUE COMPANY, 639 West Fourteenth street. A BARGAIN INFANTS Made to your order and ready to wear. Made in our shops, 85 a throw. LEON TAILORING CO. 131 East New York. Walk up a (light. INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY MAIL deck examinations coming. Hundreds needed. Begin 81,300. Sample questions free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 95 A. Rochester, N. Y. TKtfCSffEff" T 0 MATCH Y6UR C6AT and vest at a saving of 26% by walking one flight. CITY TAILORS AND CLEANERS. 17 54 N. Illinois. W~ ANTED—NAMES MEN WISHING BE come railway mall clerks; 8110 month. Answer Immediate. Address this office, A No. 2934, Times. |g|A.VIED EXPERIENCED ’FIREMEN |f on chain grate stokers. Apply MR. RAY, Union Traction Power House, An derson. Ind. WANTED— MEN IN SEWER PIPE factory. Steady work and good wages. WILLIAM E. DEE CLAY MFG. CO.. Mecca. Ind. W~ANTED— COLORED HELPERS ON teams, good wages. Apply In person to Mr. Pierson, Beveridge Paper Cos., West Maryland and White river. Bellboys at once; colored; must be neat In appearance and rena me. COLONIAL HOTEL. SAFELY RAZOR BLADES sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 201 Ihdlana ave. SECOND COOK; GOOD PA3\ TAI.7, Main 169. CIRCLE CAFE. I WANTED CARPENTERS. CAlAHAß risoi 3888. f|ISHWASH*3’WAJTITI>-478 (JUTTH II Meridian. MALE HELP—WANTED. WANTED— YOUNG MAN, 17 TO 81, with experience in plumbing, to learn trade. Address A No. 819, Times. ~SjTUATION wanted—male. Young man of twenty, inexpeki enced, would like position that would develop salesmanship. Can drive automo bile. Will give best of references. Ad dress A No. 821. Times. SAL ES M E N—W ANT ED. STOCK SALESMAN LIVE, ENERGETIC SALESMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL LOW UP LEADS SECURED THROUGH ADVERTISING AND CIRCULARS. STOCK SOLD UN DER PLAN THAT ABSOLUTE LY GUARANTEES INVESTOR'S PRINCIPAL. CALL PERSON ALLY, 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG. ~ POSTOFFICE CLERKS and letter carriers: $1,200 entrance salary; promotion to $1,600; special examination Feb. 7 (men only). We give hdme study preparation. For details call or write UNITED CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL, Suite 9 and 10 When Bldg. MARRIED MEN ATTENTION. " Ten men averaged $68.50 last week. We need fifteen men by March 1 to complete our 1920 organization. Must start at $27 and commission. Reference and security required. Apply 5 to 8 p. m. or write for date. 224 Saks building. SALESMEN— HIGH-CLASS SECURITY men to place stock for expansion of dividend paying company. Liberal com missions. 909 Merchants Bank building. Main 7181. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. 50 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 LEWIS MEIER & CO. ' 10Q2 Central, corner of lOtb 40 Girls over 16 years off age wanted ffor onr sample depart nraent. Tempo rary position off about six weeks. Work Sight. KAHN TAILORING CO. Apply at St. Clair St. Entrance. GIRLS OVER 17 YEARS FOR WORK I N I C ING AND PACKING DEPART MENT. TAGGART BAKING CO., 18 N. NEW JERSEY. OPERATORS Long Distance Apply Long Distance Chief INDIANAPOLIS TELEPHONE COMPANY For a small manufacturing company near center of city, young lady for bookkeeper and bill clerk and also able to use typewriter; must be a good penman, quick and accurate at Ag ues. Address in own handwriting, stating references and wages expected. Address A No. 823, Times. Girl to help in small confec tionery and lunch store; age between 20 and 30 years. Must have experience; steady job and good wages. Circle 3997.. 377 South Illinois street. WILL GIVE GOOD HOME AND SMALL salary to middle aged lady who will care for two children. Call North 9584 between 6 and 8 a. m. and after 6 p. m. All day on Sunday. WHITE GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE work; steady position; wages, 310; no laundry work. Apply 4207 North Pennsyl vania street, or manager Star Store. New phone 77-251. ACT IN MOTION PICTURES; MAKE IT your profession. Send stamp for free tryout. DELIGHT FILM CO., Inc., Wa bash avenue and Twenty-second street, Chicago. COMPETENT STENOGRAPHERS AND typists to register with us; more calls than ,we can fill. Apply LAIN BUSINESS COLLEGE, corner Delaware and North. OMEN ON POWER MACHINE AT once to mend overalls. Apply OVER ALL LAUNDRY, 2520 East Twelfth street. WANTEDV-A MIDDLE_ AGED WOMAN for general housework; email fam ily; North 6988. LADIEy TO YakE COURSE IN HAlß dresslng, nNunicuring, etc.; evening classes. North 4\>l. omt, APPLY UNION STATIOVNBESTAURANT. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1920. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A GOOD POSITION SALARY ADVANCED FREQUENTLY Young women between the ages of 16 and 25 Apply to The CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE CO. Room 522, Corner New York and Meridian Sts. LINK BELT CO. CAN USE AT LEAST 50 GIRLS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 19 AND 28 who are ambitious to learn as well as earn. TAKE W. MICHIGAN CAR TO HOLMES AVE. ASK FOR EMPLOYMENT DEPT. I AN OPPORTUNITY For 25 young women to earn a good salary and secure an income for life. For partic ulars sec Employment Supervisor, Room 522. Central Union Telephone Cos. Women for all kinds of factory work, ex perience not absolute ly necessary. Apply Rock wood Mfg. Cos., English Ave. and Big 4 tracks. 68 MLS over 16 years of age for light factory work; good Pay. HARRY B. MAHAN BOX CO., 320 W. SOUTH ST. GIRLS, 16 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE. APPLY TO SUPT., 7TH FLOOR, L. S. AYRES & CO. Help wanted in kitchen, main 7640. 812 West New York. COOK Isn street. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE? Refined widow with child; take full charge of home for gentle man of culture In city or on Interurban line; reference. Address A No. 822. Times. WASHINGS™ TO BRING HOME,' NEAT- Iy done, by experienced laundress. Auto. 43-652. AUCTIONEERS. DEERING & HARRIS AUCTIONEERS 223-225 Hume-Mansur Bldg. Circle 1650. AUCTIONB. AUCTION SALE Thursday. Jan. 22, 9:30 a. in., at our auction room, 227 North New Jersey, we will sell several van loads of household goods, consisting of bookcases, library tables, dressers, davenports, rocking chairs, two oak dining room suites, drop head sewing machine, beds, springs and mattresses, one 9x12 rug, kitchen cabi nets, gas ranges, coal ranges, heating stoves, one uprljfht Mahogany Piano and one Mahogany Victrola dishes, bedding, pictures and many other artices; also a good Electric Washing Machine LEW SHANK 227 North New Jersey. TRANSFER AND BTORAGE. GCfrx-l !7 STORAGE CHEAPEST I .W RATES IN CITY. CALL \( US. Everything at rea | I son able price. Packed. J 1 shipped anywhere. 'CL' i A Locked room If desired. SO West Henry. Main 4888. £ BLANK FURNITURE AND STORAOH O CO.. 227-330 North New Jersey street. Phone Main 2038. Local and overland hauling, o. K. TRANSFER CO.. 938 East Wash ington street. Prospect 3282. HORBES AND V E HIC LE3L HORSE AUCTION Every Saturday. 10 a. m. Los Harris' stable, 208-210 Blake street. Several good big farm mares, wagon horses and driv ers, farm wagons, storm buggy and runa bouts; single and double heavy work har ness. BURKHARDT, Auctioneer. HAR- R 1 Owner. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for dead horses, cows and hogs. Call Bel mont 459 and get our prices. DETECTIVE*. Quigley-Hyland Agency Civil and Criminal Investigator* 888-638 Law bldg. Main 33*A WISCONSIN FARM LANDB. L ANDO LOGY, 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, simply write me a letter and say, "Mall me LANDOLOGY and all jjartlculara FREE.” Address Editor, Landoiogy, Skidmore Land Cos., 118 Skidmore bldg., liarlnette, Wls. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. SAVE MONEY NOW by buying your car here. Look over our bargains in reliable used cars. Moat of them have been rebuilt, repaint ed and havo new tops. Make. ©own. Weekly. Paige 25 touring $76 $3.60 Regal 75 3.50 Case ioo 4.00 Packard coupe 196 4.50 Maxwell coupe 225 6.00 Alter touring 226 6.00 Chevrolet roadster 225 6.00 Buick 245 6.26 Paige touring 295 6.00 Dodge, winter top. 5-pas 345 6.50 Franklin 395 6.75 And many others. No brokerage. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS & TIRE CO.. 618 N. Capitol. Open Sunday. UN US UAL OFFERINGS High-Grade Used Cars 19X9 Columbia, touring; demonstrator. 1918 Chevrolet 8, touring. 1917 Dodge touring. 1919 Hubmoblle, touring. 1918 Inter-State, touring. 1917 Overland, touring. 1917 Ford, touring. 1917 Chevrolet, roadster. 1919 Chevrolet, touring. 1917 Maxwell, touring. 1915 Cole, touring. Ford coupe, demountable rims. Terms over twelve monthly payments. Liberty bonds accepted at fr.ce value. Phone for demonstration. Dietz-James 334 East Market street. Main 5716. “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., DETROIT ELECTRIC Four-passenger, recent model; wire wheels, very good battery; $1,350. Several Waverley and Baker Electrics, rebuilt; new tires, batterleg; new paint; guaranteed. DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES CO., 963 N. Meridian, Main 943. Auto. 21-125. khAi, itAKITAI.NS Ji, used oars All bargaine. Cash or paymenta I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. ’’A MILLION PARTS.” Main 1576. 619 N, Illinois. Auto, 22-64$ OVERLAND roadster; Model 83; extra tire; mechanical ly A1 ; $400; terms If desired. INDIANA MOTOR CO., 425 North Merldtan. LATF. MODEL CHEVROLET 4-90. THIS car Is in A1 condition. Terms If de sired. S. AND 8. AUTO EXCHANGE. 321 Mass. Ave. Circle 1776. C~ HEVROLET mo MODEL F\ bTT touring; practically new, in A-l con dition; reasonably priced. Phone Irving ton 141 or call at 6221 East sVash!ngton street, for demonstration. F~0 RD R 4) ADSTERB, TOC RING, SEDANS^ coupes, trucks. ALLEN | ' 919 Virginia avenue. Late model Chevrolet baby grand, in A1 condition. Terms if ds- I sired. H. AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE. | 321 Mass. Ave. Circle 1776. Ford Soupe, haksler shock ab sorbers, A-l condition. cheap for quick sale. FAUSBET, 445 Indiana ave nue. Main 4890. AUTOMOBILES—WANTED. ~ AUTOS WANTED We buy more cars for parts purposes and to resell than any other dealer In the ! country. There must boa reason. This IS It: We pay the beet prices. Try us first and ! last. If you do not sell to us you are i losing money. | Indianapolis Auto Parts & Tire Cos. 518 North Capitol. Auto. 22-019. Main 2638. AUTOSWANTED We pay cash. No delay for your money. It Is here for you. Come In or call. JL Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. 818 N. Illinois st. Lain 1678. Auto. 33-861 We also buy junk car*. WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE ALL makes of used cars. S & S AUTO EXCHANGE 321 Mass, avenue. Circle 1776. WILL TRADE STOCK IN REPUTABLE oil company In Texas for Ford road ster. touring or coupe. H. A. MUNEKB. Linden hotel, all day Sunday or evenings after 6 p. m. Ford bodiesT all’ kinds; sale or exchange. , ALLEN 919 Vlrgtnla avenue. * AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES. ARE you in the market for tires at a PRICE? We are selling them. Indpls. Auto Parts and Tire Cos. 618 North Capitol. Circle 2566. Main 2638. Auto. 22-019. DIXIE STORAGE BATTERIES Slx-volt. 322.50. Twelve-volt, 332.50. Twenty months’ guarantv. DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO. MAIN 5181 t 629 MASSACHUSETTS AVE. After Feb. 1, 6-volt, $25.00. AUTOW ASHING our Specialty. 333-834 North Illlnola. 8. & S. Auto Laundry W. & P. PAINT SHOP Automobile painting. SB9 East Washing. ton. _ _ automoiile mwnm First-class work guaranteed. Called for and delivered. 24 North Noble. Main 3977. Parts at from 30% to 90% off list INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO. 618 North Capitol. Circle 2666. Main 2638. Auto. 22-019. LEGAL NOTICES. ~~~ NOTICE TO HEIRS, CREDITORS, ETC. No. 47-14002. In the matter of the estate of William F. Keay, deceased. In the rrobate court of Marlon county. December term, 1919. Notice Is hereby given that Frank B. Fowler as executor of the above named estate has presented and filed his ac count and vouchers In final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said probate court, on the 14th day of Febru ary, 1920, at which time all heirs, credi tors or legatees of said estate are required to appear In said court and show cause. If any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. And the heirs of said estate are also required to appear and make proof of tlteir heir ship. RICHARD V. SIPE, Clerk. ' JAMES L. MITCHELL, Attorney NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. No. 17660. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed has duly qualified as administrator of the estate of Edward A. Appleget, de ceased, late of Marlon county, Indiana. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. ALLEN V. HIGHTBHUE. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. No. 17628. Notice is hereby given that the under signed has duly qualified as administra trix of the estate of Charles E. Appleget, deceased, late of Marlon county, Indiana. Said estate la supposed to be solvent. ROSE E. APPLEGET. REAL ESTATE—FOB SALE. Homes for Colored Payments 1931 West Tenth, five-room bungalow, electric lights, new cement porch, now vacant. Price $1,750, $l5O cash, sls per month. 1931 Yandes, four rooms, electric lights, will decorate. Price $1,250, SIOO cash, $12.50 month. 2441 Hovey, six rooms, electricity. Price $1,600, SIOO cash, sls month. B. M. RALSTON Auto. 27-560, 143 East Mayket. Main 960. SOUTH SIDE BUNGALOW" Most attractive home; five rooms, gas, electric lights, city Water In yard; house almost new; cement porch; located on Gemmer St.. In pleasant neighborhood', one block Minnesota car line; near school. Price,' $2,000; terms can be arranged. BRANDON-JAMESON, 127 N. Delaware St. Main 5762. S'Tt TT 1015 S. Sheffield; five-room V/ bungalow; three years old,; AN modern, except bath; X ix screened front porch; long living room; full lot; worth the money, $3,200; terms. Geo. A. Lucas, Realtor, with Bert Essex, 208 American Central Life Main 5574. Evenings Irylng ton 338. MODERN HOME EAST" We have a large list of modern homes east; in fine localities. Prices and terms are right. J. S. Cruse Realty Cos., Realtors 128 North Delaware. Main 6840. Auto. 24-361. South Side Modern Home Eight rooms, elegant location; paved street. Immediate possession; property in fine condition; low price; easy terms. J. S. Cruse Realty Cos. Swi y 650 Arbor avenue. West In dlanapolls; five-room cot tage, at a bargain price; ex £. IA. cellent terms; will sell this cheap. George A. Lucas, Realtor, with Bert Essex, 208 American Central Life. Main 6574. Evenings, Irv ington 338. MR. COLORED BUYER TAKE NOTICE. Five-room house, cellar, gas, water In side barn and garage; buildings worth $2,000; must sell this week; $1,250 buys it; SSOO cash down, $7.50 per month. Wood ruff 7816. ___ North Sheffleld room cottage, full lot; AN worth the money; price, XYk $2,000. George A. Lucas, Realtor .with Bert Essex, 208 American Central Life. Main 5574. Evenings, Irvington 338. SSOO CA&H, $22 PER MONTH Five-room bungalow on Dexter street; furnace, electric lights, gas, well and cis tern. A big bargain. STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. Main 4517. Belmont 2037. NORTHEAST Five rooms, nice cottage; electric lights; on Roosevelt avenue; price, $2,000; S2OO cash; sl6 monthly. W. H. COOPER, 838 Lemcke Bldg. S’ 300 CAShT S3O MONTHLY', BUYS SKV~ en rooms; electric lights, gas. well and cistern; fine location; handy to car; price, $2,650. Possession today. North 1866; Auto. 49-715. Five-room modern, one square north of East Washington street. Price $3,600 on payments. Immediate pos session. H. G. MONEN, 405 Law building. Choice large lot near maple road boulevard, within two squares ol Fair Grounds; $lO cash, balance $1 week ly. 640 Lemcke Annex. Main 1409. SOUTH, WALK INO DISTANCE, SIX rooms, semi-modern. large barn, paved street; $2,450; $250 cash, S2O per month. Woodruff 247 after 7:30. SIX ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, city water In kitchen; cistern; $2.35); 4012 E. Michigan. Phone owner Irving ton 971. Immediate possession. SIX- ROOM SEMI-MODERN HOME; 2 large lots, chicken house, fruit trees, grapes and dandy garage. Price $3,000. Proepect 5866. ' IN DXA N ATHUSTCo! Sails real estate, eolleota rant, wrttaa fire lmsuranoa. North, new bungalow, never occupied, modern, easy terms. Wash ington 1079. North, modern, six-room home! paved street. $4,000; SSOO cash; $35 monthly. Woodruff 2092. STT" "koffH S'," MO BERN. TAn'g LIVING room. etc. Terms. Woodruff 7024. SOUTH, FIVE - ROOMS, MODERN, GA rage, terms. North 7476 after 6:30. HEAL ESTATE—WAim I ED. •A/VS/WWWWV^MfSAA^WWVSAAAAsW^W WE HAVE CUSTOMERS WANTING strictly modern homes east, near Technical High school; cash i buyers; communicate with us at once. Mr. l.im mlch. Main 1499. Auto. 25-246. HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO.. 913 Merchants Batik Bldg. "LIST WITH THE HOME SEEKERS.” House offiv e~to seven rooms! not necessarily modern; cash. Main 107. Modern house "for cash custo mer. Main 142. House with bath! cash deal! Woodruff 2092. Five or six rooms? semi-modern! Woodruff 702 4. LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICE. STATE OF INDIANA. State Board of Tax Commissioners. Notice of application to issue bonds or other evidence of indebtedness. In the matter of the petition- of the city of Indianapolis to Issue bonds or other evidence of Indebtedness for the depart ment of public health and charities of the city of Indianapolis, Indiana. To the Taxpayers of the City ot Indian apolis: Notice Is hereby given that the city of Indianapolis, by Its Mayor, Charles W. Jewett, an<4 its City Controller, Robert H. Bryson, and the board of public health and charities, by Its president.* W, D. G&tch, has filed with the State Board of Tax Commissioners of the state of In diana, a petition to issue bonds or other evidence of indebtedness for the purpose of making a temporary loan of one hun dred forty thousand (3140,000) dollars, for the board of public health ai.fi charities of tlye city of Indianapolis, In anticipation of current revenues for a period not ex ceeding five (5) months and at a rate of Interest not exceeding six (6) per cent per annum, for th< purpose of raising money to meet the current expenses of said board of public health and charities. A public hearing of said petition will be held In Indianapolis at the office of the State Beard of Tax Commissioners In the statehouse on the fifth day of Feb ruary, 1920, at 9 o'clock .a. m. All taxpayers and all persons Interested are notified tube present at said hearing. Dated Jan. 21 1920. CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. By CHARLES W. JEWETT. Mayor. By ROBERT H. BRYSON, City Controller. BOARD OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CHARITIES. , By W. D. CATCH. President. SAMUEL ASHBY. Corporation Counsel. LEGAL NOTICE. STATE OF INDIANA. State Board of Tax Commissioners. Notice of application to Issue bonds or other evidence of (indebtedness. In the njatter of the petition of the City ot Indianapolis to issue bonds or other evidence of Indebtedness. To the Taxpayers of the City of Indian apolis : Notice Is hereby given that the City of Indianapolis, by its mayor, Charles W. Jewett, ar.d Its city controller, Robert H. Bryson, has filed with the State Board of Tax Commissioners of the state of Indiana, a petition to Issue bonds or other evidence of Indebtedness for the purpose of making a temporary loan of three hun dred fifty thousand (3350,000.00) dollars, In anticipation of current revenues for a period not exceeding five (5) months and at a rate of Interest nte: exceeding six (6) per cent per annum, "for the purpose of raising money to meet the current ex penses of the city of Indianapolis. A public hearing on said petition will be held In Indianapolis at the office of the State Board of Tax Commissioners, in the statehouse, on the fifth day of Feb ruary, 1920, at 9 o’clock a. m. All taxpayers and all persons interested are notified to be preseat at said hear ing. Dated Jan. 21, 1920. CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. By CHARLES W. JEWETT. Mayor. By ROBERT H. BRYSON, City Controller. SAMUEL ASHBY, Corporation Counsel. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. No. 17729. , Notice la hereby given that the under signed has duly qualified as administrator of the estate of Martha A. Harris, de ceased, late of Marlon county, Indiana. Said estate Is supposed to be solvent. NOBLE C. HARRIS. Times Want Ads find the right people (or the right places and the right place* for the right people. Phono Main 3500. Anta. 31-351. MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE. BEDS, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES Beds from $2.50 up. Springs, $2.00 up. Mattresses, $3.00 up. SPECIAL PRICES ON CARPETS. Remember, Glazer'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 of 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, sts. A. Drop-Head singer. sl6. other bargains. SI.OO per U f j jS# week. All makes lUS aj f%Sr paired, hemstitch m t c'-HLa ING while you wait. 100 ** per YARD. WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. Main 600. Auto. 25-216. 812 Mass, Are. See Our Rug Dept. , More fine used rugs than all other deal ers combined. No cheap, shoddy new goods, r.o excuses. We have a large room expressly for rugs, with daylight to see by. USED GOODS BTORE. 424 Massachu setts avenue. ' Mail ’Em In O.G.Klugel,P.D. k , v 236 South Meridian Main 3823. Steel tape repairing NE GERHARD, 88-NOTE, MAHOGANY case, upright piano; bargain if sold 8t once. , GLAZER, 444 East Washington st. LN’GER SEWING MACHINE CO.; NEW and used machines; electric motors; rents, repairs. 764 Massachusetts avenue. Phone Main 6675. For sale—two good ford front wheel3, tires and t-übes complete. First sls takes them. Belmont 4300. Musical instruments, records, rolls, cut price. TUTTLE. 201 Indiana avenue. __ ONE LADY’S COAT; CHEAP; SIZE 38! Upstairs at 924 North East street. HOE SHOP FOR SALE; MODERN; good location. 417 East Thirtieth. FOR SALE—-GREEN SPRING COAT AND serge dress. Call Belmont 3480. FOR fire "insurance on housb hotd goods call Prospect'6s7o. ECONO-HAND FURNACE FOkJsALe! Call Main 6078. “COAL AND WSOD FOR SALE. /VVN/WWW'^'/WWAAAAA/^/WNA<WV\A^ Pocahontas M. R SB.OO Kentucky Sh. L 7.75 Illinois Lump 7.00 Indiana Lump 6.50 M. 3531. L. H. BAIN COAL CO. M. 3531. SUCCESSOR TO ANCHOR FUEL* CO. MAIN 2151. LINTON LUMP $6.50 PER TON Prospect 3280. Automatic 62-384. M ISC E LLAN EO U S—W AN TE D~ LEW SHANK pays best prices In city for household goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North New Jersey street. Main 2028. USED GOODS STORE BUYS STORK and office fixtures, household furni ture and rugs. Main 2288. Auto 22-288. 424 Mass, avenue. IF YOUR CLOCK IS NOT™ RUNNING phone Circle 4307. M. R. SHEARN. 811 North Alabama. ANTED—CASH REGISTERS’ WILL pay cash. 23 Baldwin block. Main 6371. Auto. 21-794. POULTRY, PIGEONS, ETC, Twenty nice Belgian rabbits for sale. Prospect 5866. 2567 South California street. ";~™farms-Ifor salE.~ $3,000—51,000 AND TERMS An apple orchard of ten acres contain ing more than 400 nine-year-old trees of good .commercial varieties; 15a miles from a good market. In Yakima valley. Wash ington. Excellent schools and churches. If Interested, write J. C. DORWIN, 8566 Spokane avenue, Tacoma, Wash. Twenty acres, fine”’fruTt land In Florida; trade for land, lots or automobile. J. VESTAL. Fountain City. Ind. ; - MOTO R CYC LE S AND BICYCLES. eeAOAeeeoeeA^vvvv CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN. 11l Massachusetts avenue. AUTOS~AND TRUCKS FOR HI RE CABS FOB RENT—DO YOUR OWN driving. U-DRIVE AUTO SERVICES, 126 South Pennsylvania street. Telephcat Main 6880. FINANCIAL. ~ Equitable Securities Cos. 8% PREFERRED STOCK offered for sale. Amount of Issue, 310,000, at ' 3100 per share par value. The present net assets of this corporation are $16,000 plus SIO,OOO from thla Issue of preferred stock, making a total of $26,000 as security .Tor SIO,OOO. The preferred Stock pays 8 per cent divi dends, tax exempt. No sal aries are to be paid to any officers of the corporation, and no dividends paid on the common stock while any divi dend on preferred stock is 30 days In arrears. The corporation has been in business since November. 1915. a little over four years, and the net profits have amounted to over 100 per cent of Us original capital during that time. No commissions are allowed for the sale of this preferred stock, all receipts going into the treasury. This stock is being offered for sale directly by the officers of the com pany. References; Union Trust Company, Indiana Na tional bank, People's State bank. More information given on application to us. BRANDON & JAMESON, 127 North Delaware st. Main 6762. Auto. 28-955. TOW CAN BORROW MONEY SO CHEAP and on such easy terms of repayment from the Fidelity Loan Company, a li ce need and bonded firm, for use in paying overdue bills or to buy tbe things you need for CASH at BARGAIN PRICKS that every one should take advantage of our service. LOANS ON FURNITURE $20.00 to $300.00 et legal rates, on short notice and without publicity. We give you all the time you want to repay a loan and only charge for tne actual time you have the money. Fair, isn't it 7 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 TIME AND REDUCE THE COS'**. IN YU UK UKHALF 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 ail of us. We are ready to go three-fourths ot the way. Now it la up to you. FIDELITY LOAN CO. IU6 E. Market St. Room 532 Lemcke Bldg. Main 1278. . Auto. 27-782. WE MAKE SECOND MORTGAGES ON farm or city property. AETNA UTQ, AND INV. CO. Main 7101 603 Fidelity Trust Bldg INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES AUBR>r D. PORTER. 813 Law bid*, lain 704 / ' tOANS ON DIAMONDS; SVS% PER HO. BUTTON JEWELRY CO.. 63 Mont- IMKt PLANTSFOR prest-o-l™ Speed City Complete SBOO,OOO Program.® The Prest-O-Lite Company will plete a building program SBOO,OOO with the erection of three charging plants at Speedway City thiv spring, It was learned today. -V Superintendent O. H. Skinner saldtbifl the new buildings will be similar twenty-nine others In the United State* at which the Prest-O-Llte gas welding outfits are charged. Completion of the building program now under way at Speedway City and building in Cleveland, 0., and San Fran cisco, Cal., will make the Prest-O-Llts Company perhaps the largest builders of storage batteries in the country. Two buildings to be used for the man ufacture of batteries now are nearing completion. They will represent an ex penditure of about $450,000 for the build ing and $250,000 for the equipment for them. Mrs. Pankhurst Hits * Woman Work Law NEW YORK, Jan. 21.—Laws designed to protect women in Industry were bitter* ly assailed by Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, noted British suffragist. In an Interview given out today through the Women’ Equal Opportunity league. “If there is to be a minimum wage and hour law make It apply to men as well as women,” said Mrs. Pankhurst. “Wom en are no longer weaklings. Nor are they children. It Is ridiculous to make it appear that a mature woman can not take care of herself. The shackles of tradition about the weaker sex must be cast'off entirely." Dantzig Is Called “Hole in the East” BERLIN, Jan. 21.—Dantzlg is becom ing known as the “hole in the east.* through which smugglers are sending l goods into Germany without paying the requir'd duty in gold. For a long while Cologne was known as the “Hole In the west,” but It has now been closed. Dantzlg Is the port set aside, by the allies for the Poles. Cologne is In the British area of occupation. Quail to Be Raised at State Game Farm The state conservation department to day announced that the breding of quail would be undertaken at the state game experiment station, at Deers’ Mill, Mont gomery county. A consignment of fifty quail has arrived from Texas. The for4| eign birds will be crossed with the naJ tive quail, the departmemt says. Tbl department also will engage In th propagation of ring-necked and otbea pheasants and wild turkey. jj Stansbury’s Answer Defends Tax Board] Specialyjo The Time*. ANDERSON, Ind., Jan. 21. —Ele Stane4 bury, attorney general of Indiana, had filed In superior court here, an answetl to the complaint filed by George Beebel of this city to restrain the count | treasurer from collecting tax under thl horizontal raise made by the state tad board. The answer contends that the ac-1 tion of the state tax board Is legalJ Sidener and Olwin at Chicago Meetincj G. F. Olwin. secretary-manager of tjH Better Business Bureau and Merle ner of the Sidener-Van Riper Advertnß ing Company, are attending the annual] national convention of Better Business] Bureaus being held in Chicago thisj week. Mr. Sidener was a speaker at one ol the sessions. _ Miners Ask Delay in Coal Inquiry WASHINGTON. Jan. 21.—At the r* quest of the miners, President Wllson’i coal commission today recessed until next Tuesday. The miners wanted ad ditional time to prepare statistics te support their claims for a 60 per cent Increase in wages and a six-hour workr ing day. Woman in Hospital Leaps to Death Gertrude Gorrell, 36, ended her lif yesterday afternoon by leaping from a third-story window at St. Vincent's hos* pttal. It is aald she was mentally un balanced at times. She was taken ta the hospital three weeks ago for as operation. Margaret Zearlng, a nurse, made an effort to reach Miss derrell but was unable to stop her. Jackson New Editor of Colored Paper William H. Jackson, formerly a deputy In the office of M. L. Jefferson, assessof of Center township, has been appointed general manager of The IndlanapoliH Ledger, a newspaper for colored people, succeeding John D. Howard, founder of the paper, who died recently. West Prussia Wreck Kills 18, Hurts Many BERLIN,* Jan. 21, —Eighteen person* were killed and many Injured in a raiL way wreck at Scbeldemuehl, In Posen. West Prussia, a dispatch said today.^ financial. - *rrWYy>AA<^ WHEN YOU NEED I MONEY - SIOO-S2OO-S3OO Investigate our easy-to-pay * Twenty-Payment Plan Loans. 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