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FUNERAL DIRECTOR*. George Grinsteiner Ffmeml director, 881 Kut Market. Old Phone Mata Phone, 37-808. A. M. Ragsdale, 3. Wash Price, John Paul Ragsdaie. A* M. RAGSDALE GO. McKAHAN & WILHITE 87 West Thirteenth etreet. Main 3310. J. C. WHiSON~ 1280 Pro eject. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 833. Funeral directors— WM. E. KRUEGER, New U-m, Main 1464. 102 N. Illinois. EHTAK ER& W. T. BLASENGYM 1635 Shelby St. Proa, 2670. Auto. 61-114. 1 1NDERTAKERS—HISEY * TITUS, 951 U North Del. New 26-561. Main 3630. DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICE* Bennett, lassie—wife of ora Bennett of miles south of Foun l ain town, passed away Thursday morning, aged 54 years. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a nx, at residence. Interment Concord cemetery in charge of Max Herrlich & Son. Burnett, mabeL langsdalk—auk 30 years, belovrd wife of Otis M. Burnett, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 11. Funeral at residence, 326 Campbell avenue, Irvington, Saturday, Feb. 14, at 10 a. m. Friends invited. Burial Crown Hill. COFFEY, ELIZA M.—WIDOW ~OF James W. Coffey, died at the home of her son, Harry S. Coffey. 929 Harrison. Funeral at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. W, Doolittle, 471 South Pine street, Saturday, 2 p. m. Friends invited. Burial at Mt. Jackson. Dickson, Maurice w.—u. s. n., age 18, brother of Royden, Myrtle and Uusßell Dickson, died at Hampton Roads, Virginia, Feb. 10. Funeral at Kxegelo & Bailey's, 632 North Pennsylvania, Saturday at 2 p. m. Funeral and burial private. EUSKY, JOHN F.—AGE 78; CHARTER member Eureka lodge No. 14, B. of L. F. and E.; member Castleton lodge, F. &A. M. Funeral Saturday morning, 10:30, Castleton, Ind. Buna 1 Crown Hill. Serv lces at grave. Flanders, jerome w.—deed feb. 12, 1920, age 2S years. Funeral serv ices at 3 p. m., Saturday, Feb. 14. at Johnson & Montgomery chapel, 1032 Cen tral avenue. Friends invited. Buriat at Dupont, Ind., on Sunday. Friends may view the remains at chapel at any time after 8 p. m. Friday. GELTNER, HARLEY H.—BELOVED husband of Mabel Glltner, Feb, 12, at the Methodist hospital, at 7:45 p. m., age 38 years. Funeral notice later. GOETTSCHE; FREDERICK—-H USB AND of Anna Uoettsehe, father of Freda, Theodore and Edward Goettsche, Wednes day, Feb. 11, age 63 years. Funeral Satur day, Feb. 14, 2 p. m., at late residence, 356 West Michigan street. Friends invited. Burial Crown Hill. HEITMANN, ANNA—AGE 82, — WIDOW of the late Bernard Heitmann, and mother of Mrs. Josephine McCann, Mrs. George Flack and W. F. Heitmann, died Feb. 12 at home of her daughter, 2215 North Pennsylvania street. Funeral notice later. Howard, ruth a.—died feb. 12, at 7:&0 p. in., aged 71 years. Funeral at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. William Freeland. 2240 Columbia avenue, Saturday. 1:30 p. m. Services at the Columbia Avenue M. E. church at 2 p. m. Friends invited. Kessler, m.ury h.—beloved wife of Frank H. Kessler, died at the Methodist hospital Thursday, Feb. 12. Fu neral notice later. Leonard,” i.uella—age 21 years, wife of J. C. Leonard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stines, died Feb. 5 at Denver, Colo. Friends may view re mains at the home of Mr. Leonard's mother, 1069 West Twenty-seventh street. Funeral Saturday, Feb. 11. 2 p m., St. Paul M. E. church, Rader and Eugene streets. Burial Crown Hill cemetery. Friends invited. Man ville, nlaytsus—loving iius band of Carrie Manville, father of Butler and Helen and Mrs. D. D. Hylton, passed away at residence, 3137 West Mich igan street, at 9:30 p. m., Feb. 11, age 61 years. Funeral at 9:30 Saturday. (Madi son papers please copy.) PFAKReF, ERNEST—FAT lIE R OF Mrs. Anna Allen and Henry Louis and Louise Pfarrer, brother of Mrs. Barbara Hetz. passed away Wednesday, Feb. 11. 9 a. m.; age 60 years. Friends may view remains Friday evening at George Her mann & Son's chapel. 620 Nortn New Jer sey street, where services will be held Saturday. Feb. 14. 2 p. m. Funeral and burial strictly private. Burial Crown Hill PRIEST, MYRTLE—BELOVED - WIFE of A. S. Priest, passed away at her residence Wednesday. Feb. 11. age 73 years. Funeral at residence. 1346 West Twenty-seventh street, Saturday, Feb. 14. at 1:30 p. m. Friends invited. Burlai Crown Hill. RENTSChT MARIE ELIZABETH—WIFE of J. Arthur Rentsch. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rentsch, died Feb. 11 at the residence 2605 Central, age 23 years. Funeral Saturday. Feb. 14, at 8:30 a. m., at residence, followed by services at SS. Peter and Paul cathedral at 9. Friends invited. Richardson, landan—belov eT> husband of Bessie Richardson (nee Poole), and father of Mrs. Phyllis Kent and brother of Cash, Pressley and Frank Richardson, died Feb. 12. at 11:45 a. m. Funeral 2:30, Monday, at residence, 1235 Madison avenue. Friends invited. Burial Crown Hill. SANDMAXnT WILLIAM C.—BELOVED husband of Lena Stndmann (nee Hel vie), died at his home. 1631 Nowland ave nue, Wednesday evening, Feb. 11. Fu neral services at the home Saturday, 2 p. m. Burial Crown Hill cemetery. ~ C A~RDOF~TH AN KS. ~ WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR HEART - felt thar.ks.for the many kind acts shown us during the sickness and death of our loved one, Dessie. For the beautiful flowers, kindness of the minister, J. B. Stipp, singers and organist, of Second Friends church, the pallbearers and the undertaker, Mr. Herrlich. FRED W. RINEHART. MR. AND MRS F. T GUR LEY, BROTHERS AND SIFTERS. WE~ WISH TO THANK OUR NEIGH bora and friends for! their kindness and floral designs; also Heydon W. Buchanan and Rev. Herat for their consoling words during the sickness and death of our be loved husband and father. David Good. MRS. MARY GOOD AND CHILDREN. INMEMORIAM. IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OK OUR darling babe. Dorothy Loveless, who died one year ago, Feb. 13: Day and night our thoughts do wander To the little grave so far away. Yet we behold thee over yonder, Where we shall meet thee some bright day. On yonder’s bright eternal shore Where the little angels stand, Where loved ones dwell forevermore, We behold thy beckoning hand. Sadly missed by papa and mama, W. J. LOVELEjS, Chicago. 111. LOST AND FOUND. Tuesday, Feb. 10, lady's gold bracelet watch lost, set with three diamonds, three sapphires: monogram M. A L. on beck REWARD SSO Phone Washington 922, or Vilia Medi R. R. M. 2. Hampton wrist watch with sil ver ribbcn, lost between Fletcher Vust building and Pennsylvania and Ohio sts., East Tenth car or Keystone ave.. after 7:30 Tuesday evening Finder please call Main 3800 or 704 Fletcher Trust bldg, or Woodruff 7416. Lost— feb. ,V. one black Fata’ lcgue grip, containing catalogues val uable only to owner, between 401 South Pennsylvania street, and Hoyt avenue and Randol-h; reward. $lO If returned /Call Main 2503. Lost from truck on way from Greensburg. Tnd., to Indianapolis, Tnd., Jan. 15, one large and one smyill wicker lamp shade. Reward. Please write apart ment 1. 2063 North Meridian street. In dianapolis. FEbTb, BETWEEN 5:30 AND 9 I\ M., black catalogue case and catalogues. Liberal reward if returned, no questions asked. Phone office. Main 2503; residence, Irvington 2476. PURSE LOST, WORKING GIRL'S, oK tween 221 McLean place and Illinois line, containing between $8 and $lO Woodruff 1474. Reward RJST WATCH LOsfi OCTAGON shape, M. I. G. on back. Thursday afternoon. Reward. North 3976. Found— barpin in downtown dis trict. Owner may have same bv pay ing for Call C. 6041. PEARL BEADS LOST, SPADEB PARK vicinity. Call Woodruff 4526. P.e ward. KITTEN LOST, WHITE ANGORA. 243 Parkview avenue. Circle 4456,i Re ward. Pulling Power If you are in need of help for factory, office, store or any other line it would pay you to take a hint; be wise and \pt a small Times want ad pull results for you from its thousands of substantial, sensible readers. Oall Main 3500 or Auto. 28-351 and start one work ing for you. RATES Per Line. One time $0.07 Three consecutive times .. .06 V 4 Six consecutive limes ..... .06 Contract rates on application. MALE HELP—WANTED. LABORERS Working 50 to 55 hours a week. TRIMMERS BACK HANGERS METAL WORKERS VARNISH RUBBERS ROUGH RUBBERS MACHINE REPAIR MAN INSPECTORS TRACERS Call at employment office. NORDYKE & MARMON COMPANY Ky. Ave. qnd Morris St. WANTED AT ONCE—A FIRST-CLASS TOOL DESIGNER. EXPERI ENCED ON JIG AND FIXTURE WORK. WRITE OR CALL GEN ERAL MOTORS, MUN CIE, INDIANA. Men, boys and colored women wanted. S. Key stone Ave and Belt R. R. Take Prospect car to end of line. Fairmount Glass Works. W ANTED AUTOMOBILE PAINTER. APPLY FIRST FLOOR SERVICE OFFICE. THE GIBSON CO.. CAPITOL AVE. AND MICHIGAN ST. THOROUGHLY COMPETENT AND RELIABLE FOREMAN FOR RE TAIL LUMBER YARDS. GIVE REFERENCE IN FIRST LETTER. ADDRESS A 2948, TIMES. Wanted First-class en gineer. 8. Keystone Ave. and Belt R. R. Take Pros pect car to end of line. Fairmount Glass Works. Wanted—A fife instructor; must be union. Apply Circulation Dept., Times. Mr. Ring. EXPERIENCED WHITE POT AND PAN WASHER AT ONCE. APPLY TO MISS FOS TER, CITY HOSPITAL. MEN FOR GENERAL FACTORY WORK. MARTIN-PARRY CORP. EXPERIENCED WHITE PAS TRY COOK AT ONCE. AP PLY TO MISS FOSTER, CITY HOSPITAL. EXPERIENCED WHITE CHEF AT ONCE. APPLY TO MISS FOSTER, CITY HOSPITAL. CIVIL. SERVICE POSITIONS, CLERKS, stenographers, typists. bookkeepers, letter carriers, railway mail clerks. For preparation call or write. INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL 157 N. ILLINOIS ST. Room 207. Railw ay mail clerks : $1 io mon th: Age, 18-3's;’ experience unnecessary. For free particulars, examinations, write R. TERRY (former government examiner), 555 Continental building, Washington. ,S. GOVERNMENT WANTS MAIL I carriers, railway mail clerks; com mence 5100 month. Particulars address A No. 2947, Times. ANTED—.AN EX f'ERIENCED DRA~ per man, one who can measure and hang draperies. W. A. M’NAUUHToN CO., Muncle, Ind. Experienced all-round machine men for planing mill work. WILLIAM F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO.. Nineteenth and Cornell. W - ANTED—MEN, 18 UP; RAILWAY Mall Clerks. Commence sllO month. List positions, free. FRANKLIN INSTI TUTE. Dept. 95 B, Rochester, N. V. ANTED— NAMES MEN YVISHING BE come railway mail clerks; sllO month. Answer immediate. Address this office, A No. 2984, Times. W “AN TED EXPERIENCED FIREMEN on chain grate stokers. Apply MR. RAY. Union Traction Power House, An derson. Ind. JANITORS; WHITE? FOR OFFICE building work. Apply Room 906, Merchants Bank building. Three experienced janitors; sie per week. See MR. SALLEE. Y. M. C. A. Main 6600. LABORERS. AMERICAN - HOMINY CO., W. 18TH ST., BELT R. R. SAFETY RAZOITbLADES~~ sharpened. TUTTLEDGE, 201 IndVna ave, Girls for laundry work. Vo<*- RESS LAUNDRY. 426 East J^rket. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. zzzz=z=zz=zn -'****s& • “ WANTED 110 —GIRLS— n To sell tickets for big benefit show. BIG MONEY Call Room 571 Claypool Hotel, 8 to 10 a. m., 6 to 8 p. m. N. *- * ' MALE HELP—WANTED. COLORED MEN, FOR STEADY INSIDE EM PLOY MEN T. MER CHANTS HEAT & LIGHT, 744 W. WASH. ST. EXPERIENCED WHITE SEC OND COOK AT ONCE. AP PLY TO MISS FOSTER, CITY HOSPITAL. MEN WANTED. EATON-KASTEK CO., Eleventh and Meridian. Errand boy wanted; sFYer week. 410 Saks building. SITUATION WANTED—MALE. WANTED— EXPERIENCED SHIPPING and receiving clerk; all-round office man; desires opening with reliable firm; capable of handling men; prefer wholesale grocery. Address A No. 881, Ttmes ALE 8M E N^-yylt NT ED. STOCK SALESMAN LIVE, ENERGETIC SALESMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL LOW UP LEADS SECURED THOUGH ADVERTISING AND CIRCULARS. STOCK SOLD UN DER PLAN THAT ABSOLUTE LY GUARANTEES INVESTORS PRINCIPAL. CALL PERSON ALLY. 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG. OPPORTUNITY Young men. are you contented with $26 per week? ' We will teach you salesman ship and pay you well while learning. You will soon be making SSO weekly; experi ence unnecessary. Married men preferred. Advancement. Permanent. Reference and security required. We need ten. Call 5 to 8 p. m. 224 Saks building. SA I.ESMEN-lill.ll-C LASS SECURITY men to place stock for expansion of dividend paying company. Llb-rai com missions. 909 Merchants BanY building Main 7131. L WANTED —PIANO SALESMAN; 1.18 oral proposition. Phone E. H. HAN COCK PIANO CO, Seymour. Ind, AGENTS—WANTED. Agents —make $lO to *i.> a day selling Heberllng s medicines extracts, spices, toilet articles etc., in your county. Every home a real prospect for our house hold necessities. Big profits, steady re peats. Must hav team and wagon or a car. Selling experience unnecessary. If you are a hustler you will make big money. Write today for full particulars HEBERLING MEDICINE CO.. Bloomington. 111. BUSINESS CHANCES. SY BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Splendid opportunity for experienced manufacturer to Join with other reliable business men to buy and Incorporate a furnace manufacturing business in this cltv. We desire party who will Invest from $5,000 to SIO,OOO and a man capable of taking complete charge of the manu facturing plant as superintendent. An exceptional opportunity for a good man capable of filling the place on a perma nent salary and to become one of the officers and Incorporators of the business. Parties Interested have an option to buy an already established business Tot same opportunity for a position and for Investment will also be given to an experienced business man capable of or ganlzlng and handling the sales depart ment. This Is absolutely one of the best manu facturing opportunities In this city. BERT ESSEX. 208 American Central Life Bldg. City FEATHERS Bought. *old. renovated, mattreswe* and pillows made to order. Est. 1 886. E F. BURKLE. 416 Mass. ave. Main 1 428. New 2 3-775. ROOFERS Asphalt roil roofing and shingles, repair ing and recoating roofs and gutters. LASHBROOK BROS. CIRCLE 3056 ~TAIILO~RS AND CLEANERS. SAVE $lO while the suit length sale is on. Suits to your measure $45, SSO, $55, S6O and up. Overcoats and trousers in proportion. W. G. SCHNEIDER 39 West Ohio Street Be sure you are in the right place. IloTfite 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. Q“~UIT WEARING READY MADE PANTS. We make them to your measure, $5.00 and up. LEON TAILORING CO.. 131 East New York street. Walk up one flight. CAPITOL GARMENT CLEANERS, 1210 North Capitol avenue. Mala 6477. )tain 4160. Auto. 21-241. J - . - SCHWARTZ. TAILOR AND CLEAN er. 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2679. DON'T Ualbvfi. If yon really went it back. Insert , a •mail ad In the “Lost and Pound" col umns of The Times and 1* “/111 soon M returned Pkene Malm S6OO. Auto. 11-Mi. p- NC|NG DANCING Prof Rayno—reliable school for the stage-, violin and all kinds of fancy artis tic step dancing acta taught and complet ed for good season’s engagements. Bat- Dfactlon guaranteed. Call at 224 West Ohio street. Phone Main 2069. NOTICES. COME VISIT Tills CENTRAL BEAUTY parlors. We have experienced Marcel wavers and hair dressers. Hair dyeing a specialty. CENTRAL BEAUTY PARLOR ___ 207 ' 8 ° dd Fellow building. ~ rooms—to let. FOR RENT—TWO PARTLY FUR nished rooms, suitable for light' house keeping for man and wife. Call Wood ruff 3864. T'hIRTY -SECOND, EAST, 629; LARGE, light room, private family. Washing ton 1098. T~O LET—NICE FRONT ROOM. 1235 E. market 1 street. lUK BUT ROOn ALWAYS LISTED among Times Want Ada ~7 DETECTIVES. ~ Quigley-Hyland Agency Civil and Criminal Investigators 526-629 Law bldg. Main 2902. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920. ' *ipiFJ from 18 to 35 years of age; light factory work. Also STAY MACHINE OPERATORS. HARRY B. MAHAN BOX CO., 320 W. South St. AN OPPORTUNITY For 25 young women to earn a good salary . and secure an income for life. For partic ulars see Employment Supervisor, Room 522. Central Union Telephone Cos. EXPERIENCED WHITE COOK FOR NIGHT WORK. APPLY TO MISS FOSTER, CITY HOS PITAL. "GIRLS Experienced on power machines, for hemstitching. PAGE'S. 312 Occidental building. ANTED—OPERATORS ON FILLING machines. Special two-needle ma chine shirt makers. Plain stitcher. Be ginners and experienced operators. Good pay. steady work. CHARLES C. CARR CO.. 968 Ft. Wayne avenue. GIRLS to make covered buttons, experienced or those wishing to learn. PAGE'S, 312 Oc cidental building. CANDY WRAPPER, CHOCOLATE DlP per. experience not necessary. Call t t 541 North East. HOMER J. WILLIAM SUN. WANTED— EXPERIENCED Too’kS and laundry wome.n. SMITH'S EM PLOYMENT AGENCY. WoodrufT 6221. WANTED— THREE GIRLS, - EXPKRL enoed or Inexperienced, on sewing machines Call 132 South Pennsylvania. TWO GIRLS TO WAIT TABLES IN' midway RESTAURANT. Good wages. 144 South Illinois street COLORED GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. North 2320. SITU/VTJQN WANTED—FEMALE. COLORED. NEAT YOUNG LADY, wants offl-e \ ork with doctor or den tist. or stock department In downtown etore. Auto. 26-493. COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE. FOB TWO WEEKS ffIMW And Sy>t Less Than Two 12) ' l Ans to a Customer MU GOAL” Forked Lump $6 00 Domestic Egg 6 00 Nut 6.75 Mine Run 5.60 Screenings 6 25 E. Ky. (Harlan) Lump.. 7.75 An extra charge of 50 cent* per ton for wheeling The J. L. Hampson Coa2 Cos. 137 North Fulton St., Phone Circle 806. Get our prices on lots of ten tons or over. 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. $5Bl. SUCCESSOR TO ANCHOR FUEL CO. MAIN 2161. BLACK HAWK FORKED LUMP, $6.50 PER TON.. STANDARD FUEL CO., NORTH 1102. HORSES AND VEHICLES. 7 HORSE AUCTION Every Saturday, Harris’ stable. 210 Blake street, 10 a. m. Have good run farm mares, work horses and drivers, must be as represented, 1920 Ford road ster, used six months; one Holstein heifer ca.lt, 3 months old; three extra good sets double heavy work harness, driving har ness, buggies and spring wagons. Com mission stable. I buy and sell. Circle 121. BURKHARDT, Auctioneer; HARRIS, Manager. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for dead horses, cows and hogs. Call Bel mont 469 and get our prices. ANTED—A MEDIUM SIZED BUGGY for pony. Circle 1976. MUSICAL IN3TRUMENT3- PLAYER PIANO, MANITALOj *l3O equity; will transfer for quick sale. Main 205. Ask for Mr. Morgan. For sale—victrola, good as new; S3O. Call North 9624. Saturday and Sunday. FINANCIAL. ~~ WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE BEAL ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WE PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS, MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS LISTED AND UNLISTED. INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO. FRANK K. SAWYER, Free. 805-309 LAW BLDG, ASSETS $343,749. Money to loan on second mort gageS on Indianapolis and Indiana real estate. GIBRALTAR FINANCE COM PANY, 208 Fidelity Trust building. Main 2808. WE MAKE SECOND MORTGAGES ON farm or city property. AETNA MTG. AND INV. CO. Main 7101. 60S Fidelity Trust building. INST RANGE IN AT.I ITS BRANCHES. AUBREY D. PORTER. 216 Law bldg. Main 7049. Loans on diamonds; per mo. BURTON JEWELRY CO.. Mom* Kent TRANBFER AND STORAGE. STORAGE CHEAPEST \W RATES IN CITY. CALL US. Everything at rea -11 sonable price. Packed, J Jj shipped anywhere. IS Locked room If desired. 80 West Henry. Main 4*99. S’ HANK FURNITURE AND STORAGE CO.. 227-229 North New Jersey street. Phone Main 2023. Local and overland hauling, o. K. TRANSFER CO.. 989 Bast Wash* tngton street. Prospect 3281. WANTED— TRANSFER HAULING. 1233 East Market street. LARGE FF.*riT tram small expeafitur. follow Reel Estato advertising la ** ant AM” tolooM* tt Th< Tlmsa OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE WA 411 I l ArvT> HOUJ Ahpm! I \ about that imwsom Hi n m c-w 1 thinks. —X- Hope you ■Ha 1 | DtON'T CfiT IT NUXfcD rz. j UHTH OH, H's—eo —Hue [ jEr=UEErii§ SAY. T3Y OJNHSO, I’M AU/FUCLY Es~_- SUSY RIGJ4T N OJJ, AND VO'J 1 !,, NOT Bus, * TOU'R. ON.V UJITH YOUR OFFICES, F<7RCC • You Gay& YH6M THfcpSL ORDERS NOuj Q.'V<£ THEM A CHAHed “TO CARRY , OUT J* COMS INTO YOCTR PRIVATE \ OFFICE AND TAUK RCAL W p" 3 MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE. FINAL CLEANUP SALE on Sample and Uncalled-for Suits and Overcoats Light crash coat and trousers, size 35, sale price $25. Brown worsted suit, size 35, sale price. $35. Gray checked worsted coat and trousers, size 36. sale price $25 Black unfinished worsted suit, size 36, sale price, $36. Dark checked worsted suit, size 36, sale ptice. $35 Fancy striped black worsted suit, size 37. sale price, $45. Green striped worsted suit, size 37. sale price, S4O. Gray checked worsted coat and trousers, size 37. sale price, $25. Brown unfinished worsted suit, size 88, sale price, S4O. Blue serge suit, size 38, sale price. SB6. Blue striped worsted suit, size 38, sale price, $36 Brown worsted suit, size 39, sale price. $35 Blue striped worsted suit, size 39, sale price. $35 Gray worsted suit, size 39, sale price. $45. Blue sc-rge suit, size 39. sale price, $36. Light blue serge coat, size 40. sale price, $35. Fancy unfinished worsted frock suit, allk lined, size 39, sale price, $45 Brown worsted Bult, size 40. sale price, $35 Gray wor.ited suit, size 40, sale price. S3B. Blue serge suit, size 41, sale price, $36 Gray checked worsted suit, size 41. sale price, S3O. Heavy blue serge suit, size 42, sale price, S4O. Blue serge suit, U* 42. sale price, $36. Black serge coat, size 43, sale price. $25 Gray striped worsted, size 43, sale price, $25 Tan crash coat and trousers, size 43, sale price. S3O Mohair coat and trousers, size 39, sale price, S3O. Mohair coat and trousers, size 42, salt price, S3O. Black cheviot overcoat, size 36. sale price, S3O. Boft finish gray overcoat, size 87, sals price. $35. Novelty brown overcoat, size 38, sals price. SBS. Soft finish gray overcoat, size 38, sale price. $36. Novelty striped overcoat, size 38, sal# price, S3O, Fancy plaid overcoat, size 38, sale price. $35 Blue cheviot, size 89. sale price, $45 Brown rough cheviot overcoat, size 40. sajc price, S4O, Imported soft finish brown overcoat, size 40, sale price, SSO Brown Melton overcoat, slje 41, sale price, $45 Brown melton ulster, size 42, sale price, S6O Brown melton overcoat, size 42, sale price, $45. Heavy brown rough finish overcoat, size 43. sale price. $45. Brown belted model overcoat, size 43. sale price. SSO. Any of tlese suits or overcoats are worth from sls to S2O more than what they are priced. If you want one of them come in at once, don’t delay. W. G. SCHNETDER, 3$ West Ohio Street. Be sure you are in the right place. FOR SALE Delivery Wagon Mowing Machine Hay Rakes Lime Sowers These articles are specially priced for quick sale. Apply FRED ULRICH, 640 S. Capitol Ave. TIMBER FOR SALE Thirty acres of oak saw timber in Jasper county, Indiana. One-half mile of load ing station on railroad; 200 logs cut and piled near good highway; remainder of timber standing; plenty of teams and help in neighborhood if handled soon; act quick if interested D. F. MAISH, Frank fort, Ind., Box 124. ja__, jjjn. Drop-Head Singer, $10; Irß. if Bjal other bargains. SI.OO per week. All makes RE- Oi ' PAIRED. HEMSTITCH —-g -c--*~xL-£ ING while you wait. 10c XlPil l PER YARD. WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. Main 600; Auto. 25-216. 312 Mass. Ave. Nothing - Big rummage sale, childrens, ladles’ and men’s clothing of all kinds; shoes and hats; one week only. 1529 Woodlawn. Take Prospect car; get off at Spruce. r*\ Mail ’Em In .> O.G.Klugel,P.D. V A/Y -a T 236 South Meridian Main 8823. Steel tape repairing. Five horse-power upright eng gine, fifteen horse-power horizontal engine and one steam jacket kettle (90- gallon). 403 West Washington street. Circle 1071. F&ft &XUE—HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Two folding iron beds and one Seely mattress, with cover, like new, one cot pad. 623 East Drive, Woodruff Place. FKNCE POSTS AT 10. 16? 20 AND 25 cents apiece; strips at 5 cents. 736 North Miley avenue. DID YOU SELL ITT If not, try the automobile columns of The Times Want Adz. MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE. USED RUGS ARE BETTER New rugs today are Inferior In quality and cost double; good used rugs are bet ter at the same price, doubly better at our price, which Is half. We have the finest selection in Indianapolis, more than all other dealers combined. USED GOODS STORE 424 Masi. Ave. S - INOING CANARIKS—ST. ANDREAB - $lO. Females $2.60. A. HEIZER. Augusta, Ky. Musical instruments, records, rolls, cut prica. TUTTLE. 291 Indian* avenue. econd-hand furnace rou sale. Call Main MT*. MISCELLANEOUS—WANTED. WANTED— LIGHT MANUFACTURING. wood or Iron, and assembly work to do; old established shop; 12,000 feet space. Call or write. FOSTER A CO.. Wolcott, Ind. L. R. STOCKWELL" Building Contractor. Ail kinds repairs, call after 6 p. m. Bel mont 1977. LEW SHAKK pays best prleea la city for household goods and fixtures of all kinds. 327 North New Jersey street. Main 2028, USED GOODS STORK BUTS STORE and office fixtures, household furni ture and ruga Mala !2$S. Auto 32-SBB. 424 Mass, avenue. Electric wiring, for a reason - able estimate call FRANK KAN KAMP, 1903 Bellefontalne. North 4564. IF YOUR CIX)CKIs NOT RUNNING phone Circle 4307. M. R. SHEARS’. sll North Alabama. WANTED— CASH - REGISTERS, WILL pay cash. 23 Baldwin block. Main 5871. Auto. 31-794. For pafbrhanger, call Johnson. Woodruff 6716. ANTSKCOVD-HAXD MIMEOGRAPH^ Main 933. PET BTOCK AND POULTRY. RABBITS Good commercial stock hutches and utensils. Call evenings. 219 East McCar ty street. Rabbits, flemish and reds; pedi greed and utility stock. 2626 East Eighteenth street. WISCONSIN FARM LANDsT LANDOLOGY. A MAGAZINE GIVING the facts In regard to the land situa tion. Three months’ subscription. FREE. If for a homo or as an lnvestmsnt you are thinking of buying good farm lands, simply write me a letter and say, "Mai! me LANDOLOGY and all particulars FREE.” Address Editor. Landology. Skidmore Land Cos.. 113 Skidmore bldg., Marinette. Wls. AUTOMOBILES—WANTED. AUTOS WANTED We buy more cars for parts pur poses 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 CO. 618 North Capitol. Auto. 23-019. Main 26S S. I WANT YOUITOAR and will pay you cash for it. Don’t forget your money is wait ing for you. If you can’t drive in, call Main 4446 and immediate attention will be given. 212 E. NEW YORK ST. AUTOS WANTED We pay cash. No delay for your money. It Is here for you. Come In or call. I. Vols Auto Parts & Tire Cos. (19 N. Illinois st. Main 1(79. Auto. 13-OU. We also buy Junk earn AUTOS WANTED We pay highest prices for used care. See us before you sell your car. MERRIT SALES CO., 832 North Capitol avenue. Cali for L M. Golas. Main 6292. “automobiles wanted We buy, sell and exchange used cars. STATE USED CAR MARKET. 235 North Pennsylvania. Phone 2246. ~7~~~ TRUCKS—FOR SALE, ONE KISSEL Ui-TON TRUCK; GOOD* condition; cab and stake body; cheap for S6OO. Had to have larger truck. Phone Proapect 370. J. HENRY AMT CO. AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOR HIRE - **- /v '*-*'*-*”\ru CARS FOB RENT—DO YOUR OWN driving. U-DRIVE AUTO SERVICE, 125 South Pennsylvania street. Telephone Main 6830, MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN, 500 Massachusetts .avenue. The best bargains in automobiles are listed under Automobile* and Supplies In The Time* Want Ad oolumna. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. * Used Cars at * GIBSON’S At present we have in stock a number of extra good cars—a variety of makes, models and prices. You can surely find one here to suit you and at just the price you waflt to pay. Terms if de sired. Come in and see for your self. USED CAR DEPARTMENT. THE GfiBSON GO. Corner Michigan and Capitol. ‘ PACKARD Seven-passenger, six-cylinder, in good mechanical condition. Good tires and paint. An excep tional opportunity. MARMON P’our-passenger, special 'Sedan body. First-class mechanical condition. Tires and paint good. You must see this car to appre ciate same. Local Branch Nordyke & Marmon. Meridian and Eleventh ELECTRICS Hl*h grade electric cars; rebuilt; new batteries; $450 to $?,500. DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES CO., *63 North Meridian street. Main 943. Auto. 21-126. INVESTIGATE OUR WEEKLY PAYMENT PLAN. Reo touring $75 down. $3.75 week Oakland touring ..$195 down. $4.85 week Dodge touring $350 down. $4.85 week ford touring $175 down, $3.00 week MERCANTILE GARAGE, 125 South Pennsylvania. Main 6830. Open evenings and Sunday. STUTZ FOUR-PASSENGER ROADSTER^ Bulldog special; very fine condition' reasonably priced. DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES CO., 963 North Meridian street. Main 943, Auto. 21-125. KISSEL SEDAN, 1918 Looks and will guarantee game as new; two extra tires; motometer, bumper and heater; bargain; come quick. INDIANA MOTOR CO.. Main 1585. 425 North Meridian st. STUTZ ROADsfER, 1914; FIVE NEW cord tires, bumper; In excellent condi tion; $650. MERRIT SALES CO. 332 North Capitol avenue. Call for L- M. Golas. Main 6292. Mais two-ton truckUexcellent shape; good tires; stake body; bar gain. JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO. Department of Used Cars. 343 North Capitol. Main 2346. Maxwell coupe, ma. looks and runs Ilk* new-. Sold at a bargain, MERIT SALES CO„ 332 North Capitol. Main 6292. Call for L. M. Golas. NAtional “roadster, sport mod el: A-l condition mechanically; re painted. BTATE USED CAR MARKET, 238 North Pennsylvania, Main 2246. Maxwell, ibis touring ; best light car in town at the price we offer It. Terms over twelve monthly pay ments. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market. Main 5716. INTER- STATE ROADSTER, WITH WlN ter top; In A-l shape; good tires and good paint. Bargain price. DIETZ JAMES, 334 East Market street. Main 5716. FORD OOUPE with starter, speedometer, good condition; cheap. MERCANTILE GARAGE. 125 3. Pennsylvania. Ford, i9t* touring; in perfect condition; shock absorbers. If sold at once will sacrifice for $175. 1011 North Illinois. Main 3852. COLE 8. 1918. ’ in good shape; also Cole 8, 1916. STATE USED CAR MARKET. 236 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246. CHEVROLET ”4-90*’ TOURING, LATE model; overhauled and guaranteed to be in first-class condition. DIETZ JAMES. 334 East Market. Main 6716, OVERLAND 85 SIX. Good condition, original paint. STATE USED CAR MARKET. | 235 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246. Maxwell roadster; practically new tires; excellent condition. Terms over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ JAMES, 334 East Market. Slain 6716. Highlander, iois; six-cylinder brand new car. STATE USED CAR MARKET. 235 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246. UPMOBILE TOURINo! PRACTICAL- Iy new tires; new pistons and rings. As good as new. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Market street. Main 5716. For sale—four-passenger wav eriy electric cope and rectifier. $350 for both. Call 623 East Drive Woodruff Place. Tel. Woodruff 1050. ALLEN SEDAN. 1918. • In A-l condition mechanically; looks good. STATE USED CAR MARKET. 2*5 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246. HEVROLET HOYAL MATL ROADSTER. Just the car for a city salesman; terms, over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ JAMES. 334 East Market. Main 5716. TO TRADE—LATEST TYPE SPEED ster. In perfect condition; for twin cylinder motorcycle and side car. Call Circle 3000. Auto. 22-222. ORI) SEDAN, LATE model; new tires. Bargain price. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market. Main 6716. FORD TOURING, 1917. Winter top. good shape mechanically. STATE USED CAR MARKET. 235 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246. COLUMBIA SIX, DEMONSTRATOR, AT a discount, or trade on your car. See at once. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Mar ket. Main 5716. Dodge touring, new top, good tires, bargain price. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Market. AUTO REPAfRS AND SUPPLIES! IaWWWWWSS^VWVN/.WVWWWWVW AUTO PAINTING Get that Ford painted this month. $lO and up. Other cars in proportion. All work guaranteed. D. FLEMING, painter. 20 West Wabash street. AUTO WASHING Our Specialty. 322-834 North Illinois. S & S Auto Laundry Lowest priced high grade bat tery made. DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO. Main 5181. 529 Massachusetts ave. ONE MAN AUTO TOPS, SIDE CUR talns, seat and radiator covers. PER FECTION AUTO TOP CO., 1107 Udell Street. North 545. W. & P. PAINT SHOP - Automobile painting. 999 East Washing ton. ___ REAL ESTATE—WANTECL Cottages and dotbles wanted. What have you to sell ? We pay cash when prices are right. S. G. BULLUP, 1.349 North Senate avenue. Circle 4956. Auto. 36-719. Homes for 1,000,000 That will be the population of Indian apolis in 1930. A great many are here at this time and they need houses. If yours is for sale call me. NOW. The MacLeod Realtor Main 1347. Harrison 1904. L'ET ME SELL YOUR - PROPERTY; over 300 customers ready to buy. Call up S. G. BULLUP. ‘349 North Senate. Cir cle 4956. Auto. 26-/19. ANTED—3 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE, modern, north or east; best of ref erence. Call Main 8026 or address 7’. M. DUNCAN, 889 West Pratt street. From owner, five to “seven-room house, not necessarily modern; cash. Woodruff 3400 after 7:30. SEMI-MODERN HOME FOR. CASH customer. Please call at once. Main 107. Modern home for customer; SI,OOO cash, balance monthly. Main 142. REAL ESTATE—FOB SALE. 5-room house, W.Vj&i St. Lot 40x169. I*rice,l $1,600; S6OO cash, sl6 per month. 5-room cottage on Cot tage Ave. Price, $2,100; SBOO cash, balance monthly. Large corner lot with 5- room modern bungalow, full basement. Bargain at $3,500. North California St., north of creek. A 6-room modem bupga-, low, North Temple, $4,000. 5-room cottage on Taco ma. Modern except nace, $2,400. , B Double house, 6 rooms a side; modem except fur nace; E. Vermont St.; fine location. Price $4,500. GILL REALTY CO., Realtors Main 1646. Auto. 28-236 * YOUR opportunity. Beautiful lots well located. "T7p north, up where they all want to go.” Where values have and will continue to Increase by leaps and bounda Within two squares of Fair Grounds, Jugt south of Maple road boulevard Thirty eighth street), within two squares of lots selling for SIOO.OO per foot front. Surrounded by paved streets. We have sold more than three hundred of these choice lots in a very short time. We only have a few left. When they are sold you will never again have the opportun ity to buy such choice lota so close In North at such low prices and easy termg $450 to $700; $lO cash, then $X to $1.75 weekly. Buy now for a home. Buy now for an Investment. Buy now be fore prices advance. We are at your service with auto to show these choice lots at any time. j Call for appointment. Act now ■ and have no regrets later. GATES- 1 KINNEAR COMPANY, 54* A Lemcke Annex. Main 1409. gfj ■ Let Us Help You of Your Trouble in Finding a Home. Below are three splendid bargains In homes, which can be bought on the pay ment plan. 317 CAVEN STREET A nice five-room cottage, paved street, gas. well and cistern. Close to car line and school. Price only $2,000. 718 E. McCARTY Seven-room, two-story home, gas, In side toilet, paved street. Price only SI,BOO. 749 SO. NOBLE ST. Four-room brick bungalow, paved street, gas, electric lights, furnace and bath. A snappy little home. Price only $3,000. REMEMBER a small cash payment secures one of these homes for you. You can pay the balance like rent. Make arrangements with us for an In spection of one of these properties. J. S. Cruse Realty Cos., Realtors 128 North Delaware street. Main 5840. Auto. 24-36 L. SBOO CASH J 2760 Ashland Ave., 8-room modern; owner is nonresident 1 and will sell this property for T $4,650; corner lot, both streets paved; one block from street car; this is a bargain, this week only; possession now. CITY TRUST CO.. Main 615. Mr. Hurt, Wash. 75. COLORED BUYERS. HOMES ON THE following streets, north; West Twen ty-fifth, West Twenty-sixth, West Twenty seventh, West Twenty-eighth, West Twen ty-ninth, Indianapolis ave, Paris ave., Shriver ave.. Boulevard place, Ailfra* street, Capitol ave. East—Columbia ava., Cornell ave.. Martlndale ave., Arsenal ave., Yandes street. West—California, Blake, Walnut. S. G. BULLUP, 1349 North Sen ate. Circle 4956. Automatic 26-719. Four-room bungalow, with front and rear porch; lot, 40x140; two squares from interurban stop; price $1,200; terms. S2OO cash, balance sl2 per month. See Mr. Rynerson, with I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors 151 East Market. Main 62*. 200 GOOD HOMES FOR - SALE IN ALL parts of city; cash or easy terms. See me before buying. A square deal to all assured. S. G. BULLUP. 1349 North Senate. Circle 4956. Auto. 26-719 LOTS—Emerleigh—LOTS 4400 TO 4800 EAST TENTH ST. Prices $275 to $675 —$10 down. $5 per month. No interest or taxes for two years. Agent on ground Satutday afternoon and Sunday. ONE DOLLAR DOWN? *1 WEEKLY payments, no taxes or interest for two years, cement walks, gravel street, sewer; Caldwell street; only $350. RICHIE-DAVIS CO.. INC., Main 520. 151 East Market at. Newly painted and decorated five-room bungalow, long living room; basement; fine lot and location; on North Denny, south of Michigan; $3 300. Main 6704. EAST WASHINGTON ST. LOT. Irvington, two squares east of Sheridan avenue. 42Vi*150 feet, $1,060; payments $lO cash, slu monthly. W. H. COOPER, realtor, 838 Lerncke building. SEVEN-ROOM MODERN, EAST} 220 North Hamilton avenue; paved street, garage; $550 cash, balance like rent. From owner, A. P. SHELLEY. North 4201, 100 HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS} splendid locations; terms to suit buy ers. S. G. BULLUP. 1349 North Senate. Circle 4956. Auto. 26-719. Michigan - street, -- west! four room cottage; price only $1,650; slo* cash and sls per month. H. G. MONEN, 403 Law building, 30 STORE ROOMS AND BUSINESS^ houses for sale for cash or easy pay-* ments. S. G. BULLUP, 1349 North Sen ate. Circle 4956. Auto. 26-719. LX ROOMS, BATH, GAS, ELECTRIC lights, paved street, $2,650; SI,OOO cash. Woodruff 2092. OUTU, Fit E ROOMS, MODERN, GA rag? paved street. • Terms. North 7476 after 6:30. __ North, five - rooms, modern, ga rage, lot 49x210; $3,650; $1,500 ca3h. Woodruff 3 400 after 7. - 4 ||ODERN, LONG LIVING ROOM STYLE home, east; near good car line. Terfns. Woodruff 7024. _ F~OUR ROOMS, WELL. CISTERN. GAS, paved street and alley; near East Washington oar. $2,200, terms. Main 107. OR~BALE—PROPERTY’ IN ALL DlßEO tions, cash or payments. Call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m. M - ODERN. FIV E-ROOM BUNGALOW, OX New York, east of Belt; $3,000. bar gain. Main 6704. EVEN ROOMS~MODERN? GARAGEt $3,150, SI,OOO cash. Main 142. INDIANA TKUBT~CCA ” Sells real estate, oolleou rent, writes j Are Insurance m Alaskan Rangers Will Fight Red J WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—The form® tlon of a body of constabulary in to be known as the Alaska whose duty it will be to protect against bolshevism, is one of the lative measures Gov. Thc-tnas Riggs, jl of that territory. Is la Washington S urge.