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CONSERVATION!
On account of the present shortage
of paper all classified advertising tvlll
be set in sgate type in order to econ
omize in the use of paper.
Shipments from distant mills are
held up by the railroad strike and we
must depend on such small quantities
as we can buy nearer home.
YVe are not eliminating any classified
advertising, but merely reducing it to
as concise a form as possible.
V I 4
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
GEORGE GRINSTEINER
Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 90$. New Phone, 27-20$.
A. M. Ragsdale, J. Wash Price, John Paul
Ra gsda le.
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
323 North Delaware street.
J. C. WILSON
1259 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 322.
FL'NERAL DIRECTORS—
WM. E. KRIEGER.
New Main 1464, 1402 N. Illinois.
UNO E RT A K E R S.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1631 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114.
UNDERTAKERS—HISEY & TITUS. 951
North Del. New 26-564. Main 3630.
OEATHAND FUNERAL NOTICES.
HOWARD. RUTH—Beloved wife of Nicho
las Howard and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Hall, and sister of Doro
thea. Beulah and George W. Hall Jr.,
died at the home or her parents, 1034 E.
Georgia street April Is, age IS years. In
terment in Schooner cemetery near Nash
ville. Ind. For furtiier particulars call
WALD FUNERAL PARLORS.
McGEE, ERMA O.—Fifteen - year - old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mc-
Gee. died at their home. 221 Hamilton
avenue. Sunday, April Is. Short funeral
services at the residence Tuesday, April
20. at 10:30 a. m. Friends invited. Burial
Spencer. Ind.
REARDON. PATRICK FRANCIS—Age 29
years, died Sunday, April Is. Friends
may view remains at funeral parlors o*
Kirby & Diun. 113$ North Illinois street.
Funeral Tuesday. April 20, 7:30 at the
parlors: S a. m. at St. Bridget's church.
Burial Holy Cross cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS.
CARD OF THANKS—We desire to thank
our many friends and neighbors for
their kindness and sympathies shown us
during the illness and death of our be
loved mother and daughter Katheryn.
FATHER. FLORENCE AND ELEANOR
WELCH.
IN ME MORI AM.
IN JIEMORt.AM—In Loving remembrance
of our darling daughter. Winnie Bertha
Mclntire, who left us six year3 ago.
April Is.
In Mt. Jackson softly sleeping.
Where the flowers gently wave.
Lies the one we loved so dearly
But whom we could not save.
Heaven now'-retains our treasure.
Earth her lonely casket keeps
And the angels love to linger
Where our darling Winnie sleeps
From FATHER. MOTHER. FT YE SIS
TERS AND THREE
IN I'EMOPTAM —in loving memory of
our dear biother, Frank E Straley, who
died April I?. 1002. MRS. J. H. ALLEN.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—One book of 100 due stamps; 1
book of 100 0 A. pension fund stamps
for local 335. Return to Labor Temple. Re
ward.
LOST—A yellow collie dog at 1617 West
New York street. Belmont 3313. j
BUSINESS CHANCES.
OPPORTUNITY
Have you SIOO or more to Invest where
the risk la small and the profits large? It
will pay you to
INVESTIGATE
THE E. B. CASSATT CO .
BUYERS—If you are looking for a gro
cery. confectionery. drug etore, restau
rant, vulcanizing or any other good busi
ness. come see us We have them.
INDIANA BUSINESS EXCHANGE
513 Indiana Trust Bldg. Main 2074.
FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovate** mattresses and
pillows made to order. Est. 1886. E. F.
BURKLE. 416 Mass. ave. Main 1425. New
• 23-775.
ATTENTION.
COATS, tuits and dresses lined, mended
and repaired. Call Woodruff 3720 or
120? E. Tenth
WALL PAPER cleaning. All work guar
anteed. 75c and up Call Washington
449?.
FOR PA PER HANGER call JOHNSON.
Woodruff 6715.
ROOMS—TO LET.
TWO light housekeeping rooms; private
entrance, one single light housekeeping
room; private entrance. Call evenings.
1912 West Vermont street.
ELEGANTLY' furnished 4-room cottage.
electricity, gas. well cistern, fine yard,
lawn swing. North 6340.
FURNISHED modern mom. east one or
two gentlemen; in private familv. Circle
1 SOS.
AFARTMENTS—WANTED.
WANTED —Small furnished fiat or apart
ment for two young men of good char
acter Address A No. 2982. Ttmes.
OFFICE AND STOR ES—TO LET.
OFFICE r.OOMS.
Attractive office rooms in the new
TRANSPORTATION BUILDING (being
remodeled), southeast corner Delaware
and South streets.
WILLIAM f. wocher.
Sole agent.
City Trust uildlng.
Main 3998. Auto. 24-506.
~ " dE r ECTI V Es. ~~~
quiglf.y-hyland agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators
626-529 Law bldg Vain 2902.
SALESMEN—WANTED.
SALESMEN.
Local men who can present
a proposition of ro-ri'.
Big money to WORKERS.
UNDERWRITERS' PROTECT.. E COR
PORATION.
SALESMEN WANTED FOR THE O. K.
GIANT BATTERY COMPANY. LEADS
FURNISHED EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY.
F. M HAYNES. DISTRICT SALKS MGR..
13 PEMBROKE ARCADE. MAIN 4077.
INSTRUCTIONS.
RAGTIME Piano playing in 29 lessons.
Professional style for plavers. Booklet
rent free. CHRISTENSON SCHOOL. 106
Pembroke Arcade. Circle 3034.
FOUNDATION work taught on piano;
children 9 to 15 years solicited S. E.
WHEELING. Irvington 4099.
TAILORS AND CLEANERS.
H. G. FITE
PRACTICAL TAILOR AND CUTTER
Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing;
army overcoats made over; Indies ynrk a
specialty; work called for and delivered.
North Capitol avenue and Ohio street.
Automatic 26-641. Circle 690.
CAPITOL Garment Cleaners, 1246 North
Capitol avenue. Main 5477. Main
41t0. Auto. 21-241.
J. SCHWARTZ, tailor and cleaner. 31
Kentucky avenue. Mam 2679.
NOTICES. _ _
WE buy, raise and sell fur-bearing rab
bits and other fur-bearing animals. Lit
what you have with us. stating your low
est prices an large lot shipment. The
FUR AND SPECIALTY FARMING CO..
515-517 N. P. Ave.. Fargo, North Dakota.
~fRA~NSF~ER"AND~Sf^RAGE7"
GUY
STORAGE CHEAPEST KATES IN
CITY. CALL US. Everything at reason
able price. Packed, shipped anywhere.
Locked room if desired.
SO West Henry. Mam 4699.
B.VjGAIiE
called for and delivered to all parts of
city. TRACTION TERMINAL BAGGAGE
CO. 11$ W. Wabash street. Main 1293.
Main 545?. Auto. 31-261,
CALL SHANK for the Pest service in
hauling packing, shipping and storage.
227-329 North New Jersey St. Main 2028.
O. K. TRANSFER CO. for local and over
land hauling. 938 E. Washington St.
Prozpeet 3282.
cTF. CAIN TRANSFER. Main 7852 k U 6
North New Jersey street.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
Ot
SKILLED MEN
FOR INSPECTORS,
LATHES,
MILLERS,
WARNER & SWAZEY OPERATORS. *
J & L OPERATORS.
LEES-BRADNER
GEAR HOBBERS.
Take E. Wash, car to Cruse street and
walk south. WEIDELY MOTORS CO.,
1101 E. Georgia.
Match Your Coat
with a pair of
TROUSERS
at
THE PANTS
STORE CO.
Two Stores.
48 W. OHIO ST. Near 111.
110 E. MARKET ST. Near Penn.
RAILWAY mall clerks and meat Inspec.
tors for the government; $1,300 entrance
salary with promotions certain. For full
particulars and special preparation call or
write INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
157 North Illinois street. Room 207. Main
596.
BIG FOUR
RAILWAY
has an employment agency at 615 Majestic
building for the purpose of employing men
to fill the places of yard men who have
left the service: good positions now open.
MEN TO HANDLE
EXPRESS.
Platform men, day and night; experi
enced drivers. American Railway Ex
press Cos., 255 S. Meridian street. J. E.
Kennedy.
NIGHT WATCHMAN.
Must know how to fire boilers; will pay
good wages to right man.
THOMAS MADDEN SON * CO..
Big Four and Fletcher Ave.
INDIANAPOLIS railway” mall clerk ex
aminatlons May 15. Hundreds wanted.
Big pay. Vacancy list free. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dept. 93-D. Rochester, N. Y.
CHIEF INSPECTORS on motors In local
automobile factory. State age. experience
salary expected and telephone. Address
P. O. Box 1056,
MEN. boys and colored women wanted,
S. Keystone Ave. and Belt R. R. Take
Prospect car to end of line. Falrrnount
Glass Works.
EXPERIENCED genera! machine men
and sticker men. WM. J. JOHNSON
LUMBER CO- Nineteenth and Cornell.
WANTED —Experienced firemen on chain
grate stokers. Apply MR. RAY'. Union
Traction Power House. Anderson. Ind.
WANTED—Two men to unload baggage
at Traction Terminal Baggage Cos. Ap
ply at once. 118 W. Wabash.
WANTED —Men to work In bak shop. Ap
ply at office. Sixteenth and Senate.
PITTSFORD PURITY- PIE CO. i
ALL-ROUND planing mill machine’
hands. JOHN A. SCHUMACHER CO., i
820 E. St, Clair. I
MAN for night work, fire boilers. THOMAS
MADDEN SON A CO.. Fletcher avenue j
and Big Four.
MEN who can change batteries in service i
station. See mgr. 508 N. CAPITOL j
AVENUE.
Young man
for the linoleum dept
TAYLOR CARIKT CO.
WANTED LABORERS. ~ I STH AND
MILL. INDIANAPOLIS LIGHT A
HEAT CO.
LABORERS
INTERNATIONAL MACHINE TOOL CO. j
~ SAFETY "RAZOR‘BLADER"
eUarpened. TUTTLEDGE, 2Ui Indiana ave.
WANTED—A lunch counter man. Apply 1
UNION STATION RESTAURANT
LABORERS wanted. JC&N A SCHU- I
MACHER CO.. 820 E. St. Oiair. ,
WANTED—%aII paper Cleaners. Call
Prospect 2845. |
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
\ IMMEDIATE
OPPORTUNITY
FOR GIRLS OVER 16
IN LONG DISTANCE
DEPT.
WE ARE INCREASING OUT FORCE OF
LONG DISTANCE OPERATORS AND
NEED 25 GIRLS AT ONCE. WE WILL
PAY' YOU GOOD WAGES WHILE i
LEARNING AND WE ALSO HAVE AN
INTERESTING PROPOSITION TO OF
FER THOSE WHO BECOME PERMA
NENT EMPLOYES.
ATTRACTIVE ROOF GARDEN
MUSIC
LUNCHES AT COST.
INDIANA BELT.
VLEFHONE CO.
CORN- NEW YORK AND
ai GRID!AN STS.
___ ROOM 522,
PERMANENT
POSITIONS
FOR UIRI.S
IN TELEPHONE
WORK.
There are immediate vacancies in thia
work, where girls over 16 years of age may
obtain steady employment year round, i
with vacation, excellent working facilities. I
attractive positions.
You may choose telephone work for your
permanent vacation. It will appeal to you.
INDIANA BELL
TELEPHONE CO
Corner New Y'ork and Meridian S’*
Applicant’s information desk in ’nbbyv
GIRLS
15 TO 39 YP.S OP \G E FOR
LIGHT CLEAN FACTORY
WORK. STEADY EMPLOY
MENT UNDER GOOD WORK
ING CONDITIONS. TAKE
GARFIELD CAR
AMERICAN CAN CO.
South East A; Bel! R. R.
LADIES
Do you want to make money
In your spare time? Clean
easy work. No samples.
UNDERWRITERS PROTECTIVE COR
FOR AT lON.
302 Saks Bldg. _
STENOGRAPHER. experienced. with
some general office experience; perma
nent position and with good opportunity.
Answer tn own handwriting stating age
experience ard salary expected. Address
A ’No. 2951. Time*. _ ;
Samples now ready.
Hava your old hats made Into new
spring models.
Send for illustrated price list
INDIANAPOLIS HAT BLEACHER '
28 Kentucky Ave. Main 6179.
TYPIST, permanent position: experience
desirable, but not necessary; downtown
insurance office. Salary SIO.OO. Call Main
7185.
"WANTED—FemaIe nurse for night work;
| single and one who has had Institutional
i w ork preferred. Call or w rite to the
HORD SANITARIUM. Shelbyvlile. Jnd.
WANTED first-class maid; will pay top
i wages, pleasant room with private hath.
2 In family. Washington 3971. 3702 Fall
I Creek bivd.
WOMAN for helper In family of two;
gooo room and good \\ag“S for the
i right person. Apply 1434 Parker avenue.
GIRL to care for rhlldren; good home.
439? North Capitol ave. Washington
3666
GIRLS over 16 years of age to Ice and
pack cakes and crackers. Apply TAG
GART BAKING CO.. 18 North New Jersey.
GIRLS for light factory work. COMPAC
TENT CO., Cooper street and Belt Rail
road. Woodruff 5145.
MIDDLE-AGED woman to assist with
; housework, four In family; good home;
out of town. Address A No. 2980, Times.
WANTED —Women to work in bake shop.
Apply at office. Sixteenth and Senate.
PITTSFORD PURITY PIE CO.
EXPERIENCED labelers wantedT 1,. C.
NICHOLSON. 11S-29 South Delaware
AUTOMO BI LE S FOR SALE.
FORDS FORDS FORDS
Plenty of 'em
1917 Ford touring; shock absorbers,
good tires; motor overhauled. ,
1916 Ford touring; shock absorbers,
motor In A-l condition.
1917 Ford touring; motor la good con
dition; practically new- tires.
1917 Ford road -*r; shock absorbers;
tires all at Hi
, Many other,; (serous to mention.
! Small payments down and balance In 12
months. Thirty days' guarantee is given
with every car.
WEISMANN'S.
212 E. New . York st. Main 44 46.
Investigate Our Weekly
Payment Plan
BARGAINS USED CARS
We have Fords. Chevrolets, Maxwells,
, Oaklands, Saxons. Bulcks. Grants and
i ethers at low prices. Some as low as
i SIOO down; balance weekly. No brok
! erage.
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.,
j 513 N. Capitol. OPEN EVENINGS.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
OF REBUILT CARS.
It will to see them.
CO..
DEPT
Mgr.
' 724-30 North Main 3956.
, COLE 8, l iiiii mechanical shape;
new cord iires; newly painted, cash or
payments. Terms over 12 monthly pay
ments. DIETZ-JAMES SALES CO.. 334
East Market street. Main 5716. Open eve
nings and Sunday morning.
FORD FOR* SALE —One 5-passenger,
winter top. 1916; looks like new. VIK
; GIN 1A GARAGE. Prospect 64.
i COLE 4-90, good family car; first-class
condition; new tires, bargain, by owner.
1 Project 8852.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
INVESTIGATE OUR WEEKLY
PAYMENT PLAN
O' trland touring, model 75, $125 down.
$5 per welt.
Studebaker touring. 1917, $l5O down,
balance $5 per week. .
Late Ford roadster, SIOO down, $5 per
week.
Late Ford touring. SBS down, $4 per
week.
Ford truck and commercial body, $125
down. $5 per week.
Dodge touring, late model. S2OO down,
$6.65 per week.
Maxwell touring, late model. $145 down,
i $5.40 per week.
MERCANTILE GARAGE CO.
125 S. Penn. st. Main 6830.
Open Evenings and Sunday.
BARGAINS.
These cars have been overhauled, re
painted, retopped and some have brand
new tires.
Down. Weekly.
Studebaker coupe $ 75 $4.00
Maxwell chassis 95 4.51
Maxwell touring 125. 6.00
Monroe roadster 125 6.00
Scripps-Booth roadster 145 6.00
Oakland 4 touring 175 6.90
Oakland 6 touring 195 6.50
Saxon touring 245 6.50
Oakland speedster 245 6.50
Reo 4 touring . 265 7.00
Monroe touring 295 7.00
And many others; come down end we
will help you buy a car on your terms;
no brokerage. 518 N. Capitol. Open eve
INTER-STATE ROADSTER, with winter
top; in A-l shape; good tires and good
paint; bargain price. DIETZ-JAMES, 334
E. Market St. Main 5716. Open eve
nings and Sunday morning.
CHEVROLET —Royal Mail roadster; lust
the car for a city salesman; terms over
; twelve monthly payments. Dietz-James,
1 334 E. Market st. Main 5716. Open eve
nings and Sunday morning.
OVERLAND. 758 roadster; good tires;
overhauled; good buy for city salesman.
DIETZ-JAMES SALES CO., 334 E. Mar
ket St. Main 6716. Open evenings and
Sunday morning.
! CHEVROLET 8 touring; good paint, good
tires; mechanically good. Cash or pay
ments. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market
! street. Main 5716. Open evenings and
Sunday morning.
MAXWELL TOURING—In good shape. A
bargain. Terms or trade. DIETZ
i JAMES. 334 East Market St. Main 6716.
Open evenings and Sunday morning.
1919 CHEVROLET coupe 4-90. in good me
j chanleaJ shape, has good tires and paint.
A bargain. DIETZ-JAMES SALES CO..
: 334 East Market. Main 5716.
I HUDSON• Super-Six touring, almost, new;
bargain price. Diets-James. 334 East I
Market. Main 6716. Open evenings and
Sunday morning
CHUMMY ROADSTER. six - cylinder;
terms or trade. DIETZ-JAMES. 334
East Market. Open evenings and Sun
day morning,
DODGE roadster, new paint; bargain
price. Dletz-James, 33 4 East Market.
Main 5716. Open evenings and Sunday
morning. _• j
COMMONWEALTH Four-Forty automo
bile. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 blast Market.
Main 5716. Marton county dealers.
... . TRUCKS—FOR SALE. _
APEX TRUCKS
1 Ton. IVi Ton 2 Ton.
ROM AIN APEX TRUCK CO.
Indians Distributor.
3009 Central Ave.
Auto. 43-705 Bell. North 6650. |
BUICK TRUCK, electric lights and start- ;
er; pneumatic tires. 2 new. 2 fair, paint
new; bargain. See U. E. Rider for term*.
JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO.
Department of Used Car*.
343 n Capita * Main i
SSOO WILL bay a 144-ton Uml track i .
A-l condition; complete v. Ith cab a> <4
stake body, Reason for selling, had t
have larger truck Phono Propect 370.
J. HENRY AMT CO.
~AU TO f.lO SIL E S—W ANT E D
ACTOS WANTED
CASH FOR YOUR CAR
We need them to supply
our demand.
We will pay up to $750 per car.
INDIANA POL IS AUTO
TARTS AND TrilK CO.
51$ N. Capitol
Main 2638. Auto. 22 019. |
I WANT YOUR CAR
and "111 pay you cash for It. Don't for- i
get your money is waiting for you. If'
you can't drive In. call Main 4446 and Im
mediate attention will be given.
AUTOS YY ANTED
We pay rash. No delay for your money.
It is here for von. Come in or rati
I WOLE AUTO PARTS A TIRE CO.
619 N. Illinois st. Main 1579, Auto 22-063.
We also buy Junk cars.
CAPITOL Auto Parts and Tire Cos. is buy
ing and selling used cars, tires, tube*
and parts at 75 per cent of list. 319 North
Illinois. Main 6090
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES.
JOB PLATING
Nothing Is too large or too
• email for us to handle. Special
equipment for repairing auio
* mobile trimmings.
INDIANAPOLIS PLATING CO.
633-85 Kentucky ave.
Main 2936 Main 6528.
LOWEST PRICED HIGH GRADE BAT- ,
tery made.
DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO.
Main 5181. 529 Massachusetts are. -
ONE-MAN auto tops, side curtains, seat
ar.cl radiator covers. PERFECTION ;
AUTO TO I’ CO., 1107 Udell street. North |
545. '
New and guaranteed batteries.
6 volt, $22: 12 volt $33.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.,
607 Mass. Ave. Ma!p_3l4s. __ ,
BATTERIES
Second Hand.
Cheap.
607 Massachusetts Main 3145.
AUTO PAINTING
Ford, $lO up Others. sls up
D. D. FLEMING. 20 \V Wabash.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. $22-384 North Illinois
S. & S Auto Laundry.
•WFQRCVCLESANO^.CVCLESr
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Motorcycles and Bicycles
Johnson Motor Wheels
THE H. L. DIPPLE CO.
634-36 Mass. Ave. Main 6406
EVAN'S LIGHTWEIGHT ]
M'orrycl*s. $135.00.
MERZ MOTOR CO,
CASH paid lor all kinds of motorcycles.
FLOYD PETERMAN. 500 Massachu
setts avenue.
AU T^^WD~TRUCKS~FOR~HiHi
AUTOS FOR RENT—Do your own driv
ing. U-Drive Auto Service at Honsier
Laundry. Rear Keith’s theater. Main
6921.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
COLORED BUYERS
$2,000.
S3OO down. sl2 a month; move In the
house In about a week. Riverside car line.
Fix-room, electric lights, cellar.
S7OO.
SIOO down. $lO a month, 3-room house;
city water; on I’atterron street.
MR. LEE. Belmont 1580.
THREE-FOURTHS acre home tltes, west
on car line; $lO down; five years to pay
balance on Installment plan. Prospects for
Increase In value certain. Immediate pos
session 'for garden purposes. Let me ex
plain without obligations. Address A No.
859, Times.
" $1,500. '
S2OO down, sls a month, 5-room house
In Bright wood.
Two houses, modern, on north side; one
$6,300 and one $6,000.
MR. LEE. _ Belmont 1580.
FIVE-ROOM cottage on Division street,
near Nordyke & Marmon’s; electric
lights, gas, well and cistern: garag ;
ideal for hone or investment. $2,450.
Terms. A. C. BOHREN. 416 American
Central Life. Main 3734. Night, North
4292.
TO THE WORKMAN —
THE WAGE EARNER
Whether you have present savings or
not. write the American Mortgage Com
pany. 5 E. Market street. Indianapolis, for
specific information on HOW TO BUY OR
BUILD AND OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
OVER 16 per cent gross investment, two
double houses, on Hovey street, near
i Midwest. Renta! S4O per month. Price
$3,000.
BRANDON & JAMESON.
127 N. Delaware st. Main 5762.
’ I NVES’f MATE
our proposition of assuring you possession
of a- house if you have to move and
haven’t got much money. We have sev
eral available homes on terms. 9 Pem
broke Arcade. Main 5765.
possession'
65 Mount street, seven-room cottage
with garage, $500; gets immediate posses
sion. Remainder like rent.
H. G. MONEN, 405 Peoples Bank Blttg.
Main 3188. \
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL 19.1920.
R EAL ESTATE—POW BALE.
$500.00 CASH AND
$30.00 PER MONTH
buys double house in 1500 block on South
Talbott, having five rooms to a side, gas
for light and cooking, city water In house,
good pantry and cellar; lot 35x130. Lo
cated one block from Sacred Heart church.
A good buy.
See B. R. Meredith, Realtor.
. GREGORY" & APPEL, INC.
Main 995. Auto. 28-295.
Evenings call Woodruff 7958.
$2^500!
SSOO down. $25 a month, buys 5-room
house and back porch Inclosed; fruit trees
and garage; furnace and electric lights;
both waters in house; on Hanson ave.
$3,000
SI,OOO down, S4O a month, buys two
houses on one lot on Blake street.
MR. LEE. Belmont 1580.
S X—lnvestment double east; leased for
one year for S7O per month; In first
class condition Inside and out; for quick
sale, $6,000. GEORGE A. LUCAS, Realtor.
208. American Central Life. Circle 6600.
SLSO<U ~~~
S4OO down, sls a month; 6-room house,
electric lights, well and cistern; nice back
yard. West Indianapolis.
MR. LEE. Belmont 16S0.
FIVE-ROOM bungalow south. 5 rooms;
electric lights, gas. city water, $2,400;
SSOO cash, balance like rent Geo. A.
Lucas, 208 American Central Life. Circle
6600.
I HAVE many good bargains on south side
near Fountain Square; modern and
semi-modern; singles and doubles. Call
Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m.
CHOICE large lot near Maple Road blvd..
within two squares of fairgrounds; sl9
cash, balance $1 weekly. 640 Lemeke
Annex. Main 1409.
FINE semi-modern home, five rooms, hard
wood floors; large lot; chicken park;
paved street. S9OO cash, balance monthly.
Woodruff 2092.
AL A BAM A STREET. 1525 South Alabama
street, a 6lx-room home. In a beautiful
and suitable location. Phone Prospect 7 42.
NICE little 4-room cottage, walking dis
tance east, paved street and alley;
$2,200. Terms. Main 142.
GOOD six-room semi-modern home on
Montcalm street; large barn; paved
streets. Terms. .Vain 7024.
BUNGALOW, North Illinois car. $4,600:
$1,500 cash, worth more money. 34
When bldg.
IND I ANA - Tit UST CO.
Sells real estate, collects rent, writes
fir# insurance.
IRVINGTON, six rooms modern, $4,750.
THE SOUTHERN LUMBF.R_ CO,
FIVE-ROOM modern bungalow. 2!S S.
Rural. Prospect 8224.
PROSPECT In 2400 block, seven-room
semi-modern, $3,200. Term*. Main 107.
FIVE rooms, semi-modern: good location;
paved street. North 7 174 after 6 20.
REAL ESJ ATE—WANTED.
WANTED property to sell. Have got
buyers and no houses. HOOSIER REAL
ESTATE OFFICE
MR LEE. Belmont 1580.
FIVE to seven-room house, either mod
ern or not. Immediate cash if property
suits. Main 112
FOR customer, modern house or bungs
low eaal 01 notlh. Can pay cash. Main
107
77~ f ARMS—FOR SALE. ~ ~~
40.000 ACRES, well drained land for sale,
In Randolph county. Arkansas. offer
509 steal! farms, welt drained, good Im
provements at from sl9 to SSO acre, ran
give Immediate possession, ljO nilbs ma
cadam road now under construction
through these lands: term* if desired: a
paradise for small farmers and investors.
KIFEK-BALTZ LAND (*’, Pocahontas,
Ark.
. nn Y / - IS - C ?- NSiN FARM LANDS.
LANDOLOGY, a magazine giving ths
facts In regard to the land situation.
Three months' subscription FREE If
for a home or a an investment you are
thinking of buying good farm lands,
simply write im- a letter and eay. Mall
me LANDOLOGY' and nil particulars
FREE” Address Editor. Landologr,
hkidmore Land Cos.. 113 Skidmore bldg.,
Marinette. \vi*.
TR- AC TO RS FOR SALE, "
farmers
ATTENTION!
General Ordnance farm tractor. 12-22
rating, at a special price for a quick ra:.
This tractor has never been used and Is
ready to drive awav,
COLONIAL AUTO CO.
957 .North Meridian St.
Ml SC EL L ANEOUB—FOR SALE.
Drop-Head Singer. sl9. other bargains.
$1.99 per week. All makes REPAIRED.
HEMSTITCHING 'hi- you v.ait. H)c
PERYARD
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO,
Main 600. Auto .23-216. 317 Maas Ave
MACHINERY 1 FOR SALE
Chandler A- Taylor 59 to-.rre power 19\‘.0
automat! ride crank engine, good condi
tion. CAPITAL CONTRACTORS’ RU’P
PLV ft). Main 7674.
FURNACE, second hand, for rale. We
tuk" nut m.iny furnaces In good condi
tion ar.d install Mnncrlrfs.
MONCRIEK FURNACE CO.
915 North Davidson fit. Main 7 829
Mall 'Em In.
O. G. KLUGE 1,, r r>
286 South Meridian. Main 3823.
Steel tape repairing
PHYSICIAN'S
practice free to purchaser of office equip
ment In lonlrallv located office building,
retiring. Addres* A No. 2983. Times.
WE have a few undelivered suits for sale
at reasonable prices They are worth
seeing. LEON TAILORING CO.. 131 E.
New York street.
RECORD AND PI.AYEK ROLL EX
CHANGE TUTTLE MUSIC SHOP.
301 INr> IAN \ A VK.
OIL RANGE. "New Perfection.” three
burner with oven; fine condition, $12.09.
*49 Oakland avenue.
YOUNG woman’* coat; go od condition!
Call Main 3411 during the day. MRS.
EVANS.
MISCELLANEOUS—WANTED. ~
NOTICE.
Save your scrap paper. Wanted large
or small amounts. None too large or too
small for us to handle; pay cash. We offer
these fancy prices:
Mixed papers. SI.OO to sl.lO per 109 lbs.
Newspaper. sl,lO to $159 per 100 lbs.
Must be in bales or bundles.
The above prices are F. O. B. your place
of business or residence.
CALI. AT ONCE.
Main 3564. Auto. 22-421.
CA LL~COOPERIDE R
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL.
Household goods, office furniture, store
fixtures, oriental rugs and draperies—any- ,
thing of value.
Used Goods Store. Main 2258. Auto. 22-288
424 Mass. Ave
1 c ?(To"SQUXhE FEET I
of floor ep...e to be filled. If you have '
anything to sell, call a buyer from ths j
largest, oldest amt best-rated used fur- j
nlture store In the state.
BAKER BROS.
i.ewsiTan k
pays best prices In city for household !
goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North I
New Jersey street. .Main 2023.
OFFICE furniture 'wanted
Anything you have. Call Cooperlder.
USED GOODS STORE.
Main 2288. Auto. 22-288.
WE will buy and pay spot cash for the
furnlshlng3 of good homes, up to SI,OOO.
BAKER BROS
IF your clock Is not running phone Circle
4307. M. R. SIIEARN. 811 North Ala
bama.
HO USE HO LD GOODS.
WICKER FURNITURE
YVe buy and neil wicker, old hickory
or any kind of good porch or sun parlor
furniture.
BAKER BROS.
RBIFRIGERATORS, rugs, gas stoves, dav
enports, library tables, porch furniture;
exactly as new at hail' the new price.
USED GOODS STORE
424 Massachusetts Ave.
FURNITURE "
GAS STOVES.
OIL STOVES.
Cheaper here and easier terms. KROOT
£_ SON. 609 YV. Washingtoii_ SU
INY’ALID chairs and crutches for sale or
for rent.
BAKER BROS..
219 E. Washington St.
Main 3466. Auto. 23-1 66.
RESTAURANT ranges. 8 and 10-hole coal
ranges. Majestic, same as new. Cash or
payments. Baker Bros.. 219-223 E. Wash
ington street.
25 GOOD cabinet gas ranges at prices
from sls to $27150, Cash or payments.
BAKER CROS.
BAKER BROS, are located at 219-226 E.
Washington street.
SEVERAL large grocer'a Ice boxes. Baker
Bros.
LEQAL NOTICES.
A^A/WAA/WV\Ari/WVW\ri^WVNVNAAAAA/W
CLARENCE A. CALL. Attorney.
State of Indiana, County of Marion, ss:
In the Marion Superior Court, Room —>
April term, 1920.
No. A-5529.
Saphrona A. Balz, John M. Balz vs. Ida
Iddings et al.
PUBLICATION NOTICE.
Come now the plaintiffs In the above en
titled cause, by Clarence A. Call, their at
torney, and file their complaint herein
with an affidavit of a competent person
that, upon diligent Inquiry, the residence
of the following named defendants is un
known :
Ida Iddings, Victor M. Backus, -Charles
H. Hoppen. Caroline Hoppen, wife of
Charles H. Hoppen; Richard W. Town
send, Augusta M. P. Townsend, wife of
Richard W. Townsend; Otval P. Town
send. Flora P. Townsend, wife of Orval
P. Townsend. Joseph W. YVeeks Jr., Mad
eline T. Weeks, wife of Joseph W. Weeks
Jr.; William M. Jillson, Mary C. Jillson,
wife of William M. Jillson; John Moeller,
Dorothy Moeller, wife of John Moeller;
John Haa3; Louisa. Haas, wife of John
Haas; Frederick Francke Jr.. Slargaret
Francke. wife of Frederick Francke .Tr.;
that the names of the defendants are un
known to plaintiffs, and. upon diligent
inquiry, the residence of each of said de
fendants is unknown to plaintiffs, and
they are sued In this action by the follow
ing names and designations, to wit: Ida
Iddings, Victor M. Backus. Charles H.
Hoppen. Caroline Hoppen, wife of Charles
H. Hoppen; Caroline Hoppen. widow of
Charles H. Hoppen. deceased; Richard YV.
Townsend. Augusta M. P. Townsend, wife
of Richard YV. Toxvnsend; Augusta M. P.
Townsend, widow of Richard W. Town
send, deceased; Orval P. Townsend, Flora
P. Townsend, wife of Orval P. Townsend;
Flora P. Townsend, widow of Orval P.
Townsend, deceased; Joseph W. Weeks
Jr.. Madeline T. Weeks, wife of Joseph YV.
Weeks Jr., Madeline T. YVeeks. widow of
Joseph YY'. YY'eeks Jr., deceased; William
M. Jillson. Mary C. Jillson. wife pf Wil
liam M. Jillson; Mary C. Jillson, widow
of William M. Jillson. deceased; John
Moeller, Dorothy Moellerr wife of John
Moeller; Dorothy Moeller, widow of John
Moeller, deceased; John Haas. Louisa
Haas', -wife of John Haas; Louisa Haas,
widow of John Haas, deceased; Fred
erick Francke Jr.. Margaret Francke,
wife of Frederick Francke Jr.; Margaret
Francke. widow of Frederick Francke Jr.,
deceased; the unknown wives and hus
bands. the unknown widows and widow
ers. and the unknown heirs and devisees
of each and all of the above named de
fendants; that the names of ail persons
disclosed by the public records of Marlon
County, by, tinder ard through whom
some claim or title or Interest in said
land might possibly be asserted have been
t forth in the complaint; that the plain
tiffs do not know whether the persons so
named are living or dead, or their legal
residence; whether they are married or
not; and that doea not know the name or
whereabouts of the husbands or wives, or
widowers or widows of said defendants, as
the case may be. if in fact there were
such husbands or wives, or widowers or
widows; and that if such persons be dead
leaving devisees of said lands; the plain
tiffs do not know their legal residence,
the names of all of whom are unknown
to plaintiffs, and atl person* and corpora
tions who assert, or might assert any title,
claim or interest in or Hen upon the real
estate de*> rlbed In the complaint, the
names and legal reeldenre of all of whom
are unknown to plaintiffs, that said ac
tion la for th purpose of quieting title to
real estate In Marlon County, Indiana,
that a cause of action exists against all
of said defendants, and all of said defend
ants are necesaty parties to said action,
that their residence, after diligent inquiry,
can not be ascertained and they r be
lieved to be non-residents of the State of
Indiana
Plaintiff* claim to be the owners tn fee
simple of the following described real es
tate In Marion County. State of Indiana
Lots Nos. 192. 103. 104. 105. 160. 161. 162.
166 in K S. Newells North Place addi
tion to the City of Indiana poll*, as per
p ! at of said addition 111 pla* book 6. page
149. in the records of the recorders ofice
of Marlon County. Indiana
Also, so much of Alabama street in
aald city lying along and adjacent to aald
lots a* said Alabama street now appears
and Is shown on said plat of Newell s North
Place addition, a* was vacated by the
Board of County Commissioner* of Marlon
County. Indiana. July 9. 1994. as per road
record 6, page 813. of the records of said
county;
Also that pari of the east half of the
alley lying west of and adjacent to said
lot* 102. 193. 194 and 105, which was va
cated by the Board of County Commis
sioner* of Marlon County, Indiana. June
16, 1995. as per road record 6, page 353.
of the records of said county;
Subject, however, to the right* of the
public In and to that part of lot* 159. 161,
162 ar.d 163 taken for YY’ashlngton boule
vard
Thta action I* Instituted ard rresecuted
by the plaintiff* for the purpose of quiet
ing title to the above described real es
tate again** alt demands, claims and
claimants whatsoever, and aa against the
world.
Notice is hereby given said defendants,
and each and all of them tb*!. unless they
b* ami appear before the Superior Court
of Marlon (’oufit room -. the court
hous- In rh*>, city of Indianapolis. Marion
County. State of Indiana on the 27th day
of May, 1929, the same being the j;d ju
dicial day of the Mny term. 1920. of the
Superior Court of Marion County, to be
begun and held 00 the 3d day of May.
1929, and stittw-er or rtmur to said com
plain', Ihe same will be held and deter
mined in their absence
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of said
court In the office of the clerk thereof In
the city of Indianapolis. Stats of Indiana,
this 3d day of Apr!' 192
RICHARD Y- SITE,
Clerk of the Msrlon Superior Court
“t.ARE.Vf'E A. CALL, Attorney for the
Plaintiff*.
NOTIC£T~OF SALE < >’FTtKA!, ESTATE
By administrator. th Undersigned. Wil
liam Morasky. administrator of the es
tate of Mary Morashv. deceased, hereby
gives notice that by virture of an order
of Marlon probate court, he will, at the
hour of 19 o'clock a. m. on the 21st day
of April. 1920, at 1014 Odd Fellow build
Ing, in Ihe city of Indianapolis, Marlon
Bounty. Indiana, and from da: to day
thereafter until sold, offer for sale at pri
vate sale the following described real es
tate located in Marlon county. Mate of
Indiana, tow it lx>t 167 In Johnson ami
llogshlre East YY’nshlngton street addition
to the city of Indianapolis. Indiana, said
sale will be made subject to the approval
of the Marlon probate court and for not
less than the full appraised value of said
real estate and upon the following terms,
conditions. tow-It: Cash. Dated this 16th
day of April. 1920. YVIHIam Morasky. ad
ministrator of the estate of Mary Morasky,
Yeci.aaed
LITTLE * TATTLE, Attorneys.
1914 Odd Fallow Btd(.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF INDI
ANAPOLIS
Notice 1* hereby given that the board of
school coinmitwdoners of the city of fndi*
anapolls has filed with the state board of
tax commlsatoners of Indiana a petition
for authority to issue $1,950,000 of 4 a 4 9r
"Scliool Building Bonds.” the proceeds of
which are lo bo used for constructing, al
tering and repairing buildings.
A public he.arlng of said application will
be held at the office of the state board of
tax commissioners In the statebouse. Indi
anapolis. Indiana, t. 10 o'clock *. m.,
Monday. April 26. 1929. All taxpayers and
all persona Interested are notified to be
present at said hearing.
BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS
OF TITF. CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS.
GBOGE C. HITT.
Business Director.
April 19. 1929.
PET STOCK AND POULTRY.
BABY' CHICKENS.
Standard bred stock,
various varieties re
ceived daily from our
own hatcheries.
DAWSON & CO.,
25 N. Alabama St.
“ATLAS BIRD AND - PET CO. (REG.).
139 Virginia ave. Phone Main 5533.
Everything in the bird and pet stock
line. Phono or call. YVrite for price list,
catalogue. Open evenings until 8:30 p. m.
R. C. IrHODK fsLANDREDS, $1.60 per
setting; postpaid $8.25 per 100. CHAB.
S. BALKE. R. S. Evansville. I ml.
BARRED ROCK hatching eggs, $1.25 a
setting. North 4395.
BARRED ROCK EGGS, $1.25 per setting.
Irvington 1884.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOURTEEN GOOD WORK MULES.
S3OO to $450. CALL FOREMAN
FRED CLINE FARM. YV ASH.
791 Rl. 44TH AND COOPER AVE.,
NORTHYVEST OF RIVERSIDE
PARK.
’ JOSEPH HAAS
pays highest prices for dead horses, cows
and hogs. Call Main 1039. Auto. 25-778.
COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE.
Pockhonlas M. U $9.09
Kentucky Lump s9.tin
Mllnois Lump $7.50
Indiana lump r $7.00
L H. BAIN" COAL CO.
Main 3,731 ' Main 2131.
MUSICAL INISTRUMENTS.
PLAYER PTANO, will sell at bargain.
Cash or payments. North 4221.
PIANO TUNING
VIRGIL McDERJJID. Irr. 165.
FINANCIAL.
MONEY
for
Spring Necessities.
sloo—s2o0 —$300.
Investigate our easy-to-pay
Twenty-Payment Plan Loans.
Get SSO, pay back $2.50 a month.
Get SIOO, pay back $5.00 a month.
With Interest at ZW/o per month.
Pay only for the actual time loan runs.
All business confidential.
We Loan on Furniture, Pianos,
Victrolas, Live Stook, Automobiles,
etc., without removal.
Also on Diamonds, etc.
Call, phone or write
INDIANA COLLATERAL LOAN CO.,
fßonded Lenders)
ESTABLISHED 1887.
201 Ldmbard Bldg..
24 H EAST YVASHINGJON ST.
Phone Main 3286. New 25-700.
We Have the Money
HOW MUCH DO YOU NEED?
We will loan you enough money to
pay up all your bills and have extra cash
to buy what you need for spring. Pay us
back In large or small monthly payments.
See us about terms on
SSO. SIOO, S2OO, S3OO.
Loans made on furniture, pianos. Vlc
trolas, autos or fixtures for any amount
up to S3OO. Call, write or phone.
STATE TjOAN CO.
305 Odd Fellow Bldg.
Cor. Penn, and Wash. Sts
Phones. Main 4619. New 24-629.
Under state supervision.
WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE REAL
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WB
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES, BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO.
FRANK K. SAWYER. Pres.
305-309 LA YV BLDG. ASSETS $348,749.
SIOO OR MORE Invested today may bring
you the greatest return of your life.
Have you the pluck and foresight? YV. J.
SCHRAMM CO., Electric Bldg., Buffalo,
New Y'ork.
SECOND MORTGAGE.
Real estate loans made on good farm*
and Improved city properties. GIBRAL
TAR FINANCE COMPANY, 108 North
Delaware st. Main 1618.
LOANS ON DI -YMONDS.
3A M>ONTH.
BURTON JEYVELRY' CO.
58 Monument Place.
WE MAKE second mortgages on farm or
< ltv property. AETNA MTG. AND INV.
CO. Main 7101. 608 Fidelity Trust Bldg.
MONEY, small or large amounts on real
estate. DANIEL MATHER, 34 Union
Trust.
TnsURAN<■ E In ~al 1 brancnes. AUBREY
D PORTER. 918 Law blog. Main 7049.
JOSEPH H. PATTISON. 1007 law Bldg’
Loans on real estate made promptly.
AUCTIONS.
AUCTION.
Beginning this Friday. April 16. 1920, at
1:30 p. m.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Entire furniture and housefupnlshlng
stock of the Famous Furniture Cos.. 448 to
456 w. Washington St.
Beginning on the above date, we will
eell it public auction without rserv.
contents of our entire furniture stock and
fixtures.
Stock mnslst* of
Drea*ers. chiffoniers, dressing table* li
brary tables, dining suites, dining tables
amt cbalr*. buffete. parlor suite*, bonk
c a*e. writing desks, wardrobes, kitchen
cabinets, rocker* of all kinds, both plain
and upholstered, table and floor lamps
A large assortment of rug* and floor
COVeri.,gid.
A Ist one of th largest ar.d best stock
of stove* aver sold at auction, consisting
or range*, heaters, gae and oil stoves
Many other lines, whlrh space will not
permit vis to enumerate.
Auction will start promptly thl* Friday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and continue fol
lowing day* al 1 30 p. m. until entire stock
ha* been disposed of.
Terms of sale cash. 23''7- deposit of
purchase price at time of *a!e.
THE FAMOUS FURNITURE CO..
443 to 456 YY". YY’asblngton St.
FRED P. RAVEN, Auctioneer,
| POLITICAL NOTES
At least two presidential candidates
will be In Indians alruoat rontinuoußly
from now until May 1. Senator Hlratn
Johnson of California will open bis In
diana campaign at Mt. Y'ernon tonight
and will speak at the Columbia eluit
here at noon tomorrow. From Indian
apolis Senator Johnson will go to
Richmond for a meeting tomorrow night.
At the same meeting Senator Warren G.
Hurdlng all' resume his Indiana cam
paign. The Richmond meeting will be
the tirat oeeaaion during the present
campaign when two presidential candi
dates have appeared at the same meeting
in Indiana. Senator Harding's Itinerary
has been announced ns follows: April 21
Noon. Gary; night. Hammond. April
3*l-2 p. m.. Crnwfordsvllle ; night. Lafay
ette. April 27—2 p. ni.. Green castle;
night. Terre Haute. April 28— Noon,
Y'tncennes; night, Evansville. April 29
Non. Bedford; night. New Albany.
April .10 9:3ft a. m.. North Vernon; noon.
Madison; night. Columbus. May I—ll
a. m.. Connersvllle; 1:30 p. m.. Rushville:
4 .30 p. m., Shclhyville. night. Indian
spoil*. Senator Harding will campaign
In Ohio between April 21 and April 28.
Murlop county voters nra now being
appealed to directly by letter by the or
ganization for their support of James YV.
Kesler, the organization's candidate for
Ihe republican nomination for governor.
'lhe letter is signed by Charles O. Rocm
ler, Seventh district republican chairman,
and Claris Adams. Marlon county prose
cutor and manager of Mr. Ferler's cam
paign. "These are times when spineless
enforcement of law is destructive to la
bor. to business, and to pvery force in
(he community." says the le’ter. "The
red menace remains prevalent—and the
next few years will s* its destruction
or its growth to greater proportions. Mr.
Feeler stands squarely for Americanism.
His policies are those of the sane man
vitally interested in better government
and better administration. His candi
dacy is not based on the lore for a
price -hut on the sincere, earnest thought
of accomplishment for the state and for
lts citizens.”
The Ytarlon clnb lias opened a campaign
for associate members. The club has
voted to admit associate members on the
payment of a fee of $lO until Jan. 1,
11)21. when they may maintain their af
filiation by the payment of annual dues
of $lO. The campaign was opened at a
meeting of the dub at which most of
the republican candidates for county of
fices were present and at which talks
were made by Frederick Schortemeler,
secretary of the republican state commit
tee; Mayor Jewett, Charles O. Roemler,
Seventh district chairman; Harry C.
Hendrickson, county chairman; John C\
Ruckelshaus, president of Ihe Columbia
club, and Uemstor Bingham, chairman of
the membership drive.
Cement Men Blame
Idleness to Bosses
A strike of the Cement Finishers'
Union No. 532, has been In prog
ress since April 1, has been unduly pro
longed because of broken faith on the
part of the Building Contractors' asso
ciation, It was asserted by leaders of
the union today.
The union has egreed to waive cTery
demand except that for $1 au hour it
!s said.
The statement is signed by YY*. R
Lander, president; C. L. Jones, secre
tary, and Thomas M. Dexter, business
agent.
C. C. Pierson, president of the Build
ing Contractors' association, in com,
menting, said that no agreement to
walva demands as set forth in the com.
runntcation had been made to the asso
ciation. and that representatives of the
association had attended all scheduler
meetings with the union men.
Seized as Speeders
After Auto Crash
As Ihe result nt' a collision at Ohio an]
Pennsylvania streets early yesterday
morning. Charles Richardson, 535 North
Pine street, and Kenneth Underwood, 801
AVegborst street, are being held by the
police on a charge of speeding.
Both machines were badly damaged,
but neither of the men was injured.
The Young Lady
Across the Way
'mm*- |i|J|
... nil
YVe asked the young lady across the
way if she thought her study of the
great authors was improving her own
English, and she said It sure was.
SHERIFF STILL
IN GRIP OF U. S.
(Continued From Pago One.)
such prisoners and is paid for their main
tenance. Is an officer of the United
States court.
2. As such officer of the court to
Yvhlch he is Immediately related and as
It affects United States prisoners so com
mitted and received Into his custody, the
Jailer may be punished by attachment
for contempt for Inflicting a cruel or un
usual punishment on such prisoners.
The circuit couit, in Its ruling, sets
out the ruling of the United States su
preme court in the case of Randolph rs.
Donaldson In support of its action In
holding the Georgia sheriff in contempt.
JUDGE ANDERSON'S
COURSE. NOT ANNOUNCED.
Just wbat action the federal author
ities Intend to take regarding the many
instances of cruel treatment of federal
prisoners Intrusted to ihe custody of
Sheriff Miller ha* not yet been disclosed.
Following an investigation conducted
by Judge Anderson the county officials
were called in and the county grand Jury
investigation started.
Prosecutor Adams declared, when Mil
ler was indited, that tbe grand Jury in
vestigation was not ended.
Among the things which have not beeu
done by the state grand Jury are the fix
ing of tbe responsibility for tbe use ot
formaldehyde in punishing prisoners, the
beating of an insane man. which was
followed by his death, and the burning of
the feet of another insane man confined
in the Jail.
it is not believed that Judge Anderson,
who recently objected to a state court
"paslng the buck” to him tn a case In
which it was sought to drop a state
charge in event a heavy sentence was im
posed in federal court, will depend on
the state court to mete out punishment
for the abuse of federal prisoners In tbe
Marion county jail.
Especially Is this regarded as unlikely
since the Marlon county grand jury has
declared its inability to find a lew to
stop 'grafting'’ in tbe jail and “many
other abuses which should be misde
meanors."
FOUR INDICTED WITH
MILLER GIVE BAIL
Four of the six former deputies or
Jailers indicted with Sheriff Robert F.
Miller Saturday ns a result of the ex
posure of eondltlous existing In tbe Mar
lon county Jail appeared at the sheriff's
office early today to give bond of SSOO
saeh.
Thy are:
Adrian Y'anCleare. former deputy
sheriff, charged with assaulting John
Blackwell, a prisoner, on or about
April 1.
Charles YVhlteseJl. former deputy,
known as "Uncle Charlie,'' charged with
assaulting Eugene Duvall, a prisoner.
Frank Kemp, former deputy, charged
with assaulting Duvall and of conduct
ing gambling games in the jail and per
mitting gambling
Edward Morrow, former night Jailer,
charged with assaulting Duvall.
Two others remain to be arrested-
Sheriff Miller surrendered to Coroner
Robinson this morning and gave bond in
SI,OOO.
Citizenship School
Stages Novel Stunt
“A Day in the Mayor’s Office" was the
"stunt'' put on at the Third YYard citi
zenship school meeting held with Mrs.
Ira Holmes, 218i North Capitol avenue,
Saturday afternoon.
Robert E.' Tracy of the governmental
research bureau of the Chamber of Com
merce. played tbe part of the mayor,
Mrs. Ira Holmes was the city purchas
ing agent and Mr. Holmes was the chair
man of the board of public works.
The question of ornamental lights fur
Capitol avenue was discussed and ar
guments for and against the erection of
the business block by Hunt-Craig Motor
Company, at Maple road and Meridian
street, were presented by ths cabinet.
The next meeting will be held Friday,
May 30, with Mrs. Willis C. McMahon,
1728 North Illinois street.
NEBRASKA JUDGE DROPS DEAD.
LINCOLN. Neb., April 19.-—Judge Al
bert J. Cornish of Ihe Nebraska supreme
court dropped dead in the Commercial
club of this city lale Sunday. Physicians
say death was due to a cerebral hemor
rhage
STEAMSHIP TICKETS
LETTERS OF CREDIT, TRAVELERS' CHEQUES, FOREIGN MONEY
STEAMSHIP DEPARTMENT
FLETCHER AMERICAN COMPANY
Agents AU Julnes. Pennsylvania and Market Streets.
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CENTRAL STATES AGENCIES
Incorporated under the laws ot the date of Indiana
Financial Brokers and Underwriter#
Market Prtee Paid far Liberty Beo4a
Pleat, 22* 127 E. Market 3L, iß&tuupaU,
INDIANA MINEm *
FOR 5-DAY WEllp
Will Observe Saturdays jB
Holidays—State News. V
TERRE HAUTE. Ind., April 19. J
Miners In the Terre Haute district
day declared that Saturdays in the m
ture will be observed as holidays re
gardless of the view of the operator*.
They stand firmly for a five-day work
week. •
PRINCETON—They’re wearin’ 'em
here. A movement started by railroad
clerks for an cverall club promises to
spread all over the city.
TERRE HAUTE—Extension of the
$250,000 Union hospital fund campaign
was iu prospect today following an
nouncement by George 51. Rynlck, gen
eral chairman, that the fund was short
$121,000 at the close of the campaign
period last night.
EAFAYETTE —Mrs. 8. H. P. Boyer,
wife of a building contractor, is dead
of burns suffered Saturday night when
ter clothing became ignited while she
was cooking. Sim succumbed yesterday.
MCNCYE—John Millner, a farmer liv
ing near this city, vras seriously burned
ard his two sons suffered slight burns
yesterday when a can of oil the
Millner was using to start a fire cx~
ploded. Tbe sons were burned whiie
putting out the flames on their parent's
clothing.
NOBLEBVILLE —Mrs. I-enora Barnes
of Indianapolis, second wife of the lata
Isaac Barnes, has sued Russell Barnes
and Mrs. Eva Darrah, children of Barnes'
first vvife, for possession of his body. She
charges that Barnes' body was exhumed
without her knowledge in Nit. Jackson
cemetery and brought to this county for
burial. She claims she is legally entitled
to possession of the body, and that, in
addition, she is entitled to SSOO damages.
VINCENNES—TheIma, 5, daughter es
John YVatjen. living east of Vincennes,
lies at the point of death as the result
of falling from a manure spreader on
which she was riding with her father.
A spike from the spreader penetrated the
brain.
TERRE HAUTTk—Additional county
unit road projects in Y'igo county call
for the expenditure of $510,250, it was
announced today. Commercial and auto
mobile organizations are supplying funds
so? preliminary surveys.
Y INCENNES—Y'ictor Marriage, French
coal miner from Bieknell. has filed suit
for divorce from Henrietta Marriage. He
charges his wife, whom he married la
Fresnes, France, in July, 1904, refuses to
come to this country to live. He further
alleges that she has fallen in love with
Eugene Gillot, and recently became a
■ mother to Eugene Gillot, Jr.
TERRE HAUTE—Commercial organi
zations here today -were backing the ef
forts of Carl Evinger, fire chief, to per
suade tbe eily coyncil to pass an antl
shingle-Toof ordinance. The Greater
Terre Haute club is the latest to back
| the chief’s plan.
Y INCENNES—Because of railroad con
ditions. Polack Bros. Circus and
val which was to have* exhibited here
week under the auspices of the Y’iucennes
' Post, American Legion, will not arrive
from Memphis. Tenn, until next Monday.
The carnival was unable to ship out of
Memphis because of the tleup.
VINCENNES —Reorganization of Vin
-1 cennes State bank, which closed Its doors
more than a week ago because of insuf
ficient funds, was effected at a meeting
of the directors. The bank will resume
business tomorrow morning.
State Auto Engineers
to Elect on April 30
A list of officers to be voted on at the
annual banquet and meeting of the In
diana chapter of the Society of Automo
tive Engineers, to be held in the Riley
room of the Clavpool hotel. April 30, has
been completed by the nominating com
mittee.
Those nominated are Stanley YVhit
-1 worth of the Stutz Motor Company,
chairman of the Indiana section; D. L.
Gallup of Nordyke & Marmon. vice chair
man; E. B. Reeser of YViilard Storage
Battery Company, secretary, and Jo
Padgett, treasurer.
Members of the nominating
were J. J. Cole. I>. F. Kelly. F. E. MoS*
kcvlcs and L. M. YY'ainwright.
C. F. Kettering, president of the Day
ton Engineering Laboratories Company,
will deliver the principal address at the
banquet.
Red Cross Worker's
Death Puzzles Paris
PARIS, April 19.—A death mystery,
with an American Red Cross worker aa
the victim, confronted the police today
whan the body of Mary Ellen Aprel was
found In a ditch in the woods near Ver
sailles.
The fact that Jewelry and money were
found in the clothing of the victim led
the police to believe it was a case of
suicide.
This was strengthened by the fact that
reTeral letters were discovered addreesed
'to members of the young woman’s fam
ily.
An official autopsy was erdered.
Miss Appel had been mlsing since
April 7 and a widespread search had
been made for her
Hiram Won’t Run
in Second Place
WASHINGTON, April 19.—Senator
Hiram Johnson will not accept the re
publican nomination for vice president
If he should fall to obtain the prest
deritlal nomination. Representative No
lan (rep., CaJ.I. one of his campaign
managers, announced today.
"I am authorized to say for the sen
ator that it is not Intended to let him
he nominated for a hitching post," Mr. •
Nolan, declared.
"He is out for the presidential nomi
nation. and under no circumstances will >
he take the vice presidency.”

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