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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
25-29 S. Meridian Bt.,
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT.
Main *SOO
Automatic ~SS-*sl
RATES.
One time 09 per line
Three consecutive times... .OS per line
Six consecutive times 07 per line
Male or female help wanted, situa
tion wanted, male or female: rooms to
let and board and rooms wanted—
One time OS per line
Three consecutive times.. .0T per line
Six consavutive times OS per line
Contract - rates on application.
Legal notices 09 per line
Lodges and club
notices 75c per insertion
Church notices (1 inch or
less) 50c per insertion
Over 1 inch. .07 per line additional.
A Death notices, 35c per insertion.
The Business Office closes at 8 p. m.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
Funoral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 908. New Phone. 27-20S.
A. M. Ragsdale. J. Wash Price. John Pau<
Ragsdaie.
A M. RAGSDALE CO.
*23 North Delaware street.
JCWILSGN
1230 Frospect. Auto. 51-571. Pruapeot 322.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS —
WM. K. KRIEGER.
New 21-154. Main 1464, 1402 N. Illinois.
W. T. BLASENGYM
ICSS Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114
UNDERTAKERS—HISEY A TITCS. nil
North Del. New 26-564, Main 3630.
IN MEM OR! AM.
IN MEMORIAM—In sad and loving re
membrance of our dear husband and
father. Vernor B. Stuffer. who departed
this life July 6. 1919.
When the evening shades are falling
And I am sitting ail alone
In my hear: there comes a longing
If you only could come home.
Sadlv missed by his FATHER. MOTH
ER. BROTHER AND SISTERS: ALSO
LITTLE DAUGHTER MARGUERITE
AND WIFE. MARY E STUFFER.
IN MEMORIAM—In loving remembrance
of my dear wife, Marie Bornman. Jr.,
one years ago.
A year has passed away, my dear
84r.ce you have been laid to rest,
I know that heaven holds you now. dear
In a happy peaceful rest.
We miss you more and more each day. dear
And it is hard for me to see this way.
But I trust the Lord knows what is best,
I hope and pray each day, dear.
With thee we may all be at rest.
HUSBAND AND BABIES.
LOST AND FOUNDj
LOST—One ro>.v boat; green color, white
inside with oars chained together \vith
padlock inside the boat; between Broad
Ripple and city on White river. Name
Smith on oars. Reward. Call Washing
ton 38IS.
MISSING FRIENDS and relatives traced
everywhere, no criminals looked for. Call
Main 6947, or write lost agent. 18 Bald
win block. Indianapolis. Ind. __
LOST —Pocketbook containing money and
receipts. Liberal reward. H C. WEL
BORN. Prospect 6S7S or Irvlr.gor. 1918.
Owner can have
same by Identifying and paying for ad.
J. p. QUICK. 4907 Winthrop avenue.
LOST—Money; bills, rolled rubber band
around. Broad Ripple park. Call Main
4364. North 5288. Reward.
ROOMS—TO LET.
VX-CANT Sept. 1. unfurnished desirable
housekeeping apartment. Three rooms
and bath. Lady living alone; will make
attractive terms to mother and daughter.
References exchanged. Address A No.
*97, Times.
TWO good business rooms. large, airy,
clean and good location. Reasonable.
MR. ANDERSON. 501 Division street. Call
Belmont 1037.
EXCEPTIONALLY furnished room, extra
bath, private apartment, fronting Wil
lard park. Prospect 728 L
TWO newly furnished rooms, downtown.
125 North Alabama. Main 2018. Price
**.so to $4.50.
ONE furnished front room. 431 North
Keystone. Woodruff 7046.
THREE unfurnished rooms to let. 769
Fletcher avenue.
HOUSES—TO LET.
EXCHANGE five-room bungalow for 4 or
o-room apartment. Washington 3219.
INSTRUCTIONS.
CLERKS (men, women). IS upward, for
postal mail service. *l3O month. Ex
aminations July. Experience unnecessary.
For free particulars write R. TERRY
(former civil service examiner). 555 Con
tinental bidg.. Washington.
NOTICES.
IF YOU want the best fitting and the
best made clothes you ever wore, see
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
To your measure. $45. SSO. $55, sso and up.
Be sure you are in the right place.
~~ DETECTIVES.
Quigley-Hyiand Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators
526-525 Law bid* Main 2202.
MALE HELP—WANTi ID.
NOTICE
Members Brotherhood of Rail
way Trainmen:
Big Four railroad employing
experienced switchmen. Good
seniority. Brother trainmen
should apply in order to protect
our contract and because of il
legal strike.
C. H. RENO, General Chairman,
B. of R. T.
J. L. BAKER, Local Chairman,
B. of R. T.
S. V. LONG. President Motor
City Lodge No. 269.
YOUNG MEN
Postofflee clerks, letter '-arrler*. railway
nail clerks, etc., (or the government.
Goo dentrance salaries with promotions
certain. For full paitlculars and a special
course of Instruction, call or writ-? Imme
diately.
INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
157 N. Illinois st. Suite 207.
Open evenings. Main 596
WANTED LABORERS.
18TH AND MILL- IN
DIANAPOLIS LIG&T &
HEAT CO.
MALE HELP WANTED—Collector, mid
dle age preferred, to call on retail gro
cery trade; must be familiar with the
city and surrounding territory; state age.
experience and salary expected; also give
reference". No application considered un
less full Information given. Reply G. H.
NIPPERT. P. O. box 893. Cincinnati, O.
LABORER, white or colored;* steady posi
tion; good hoars; good pay. Free car
fare. MR. MILLER or MR. ANDERSON.
1150 West Washington.
FIREMAN and boiler washers; permanent
position; good hours and salary. Free
car fare. MR. ANDERSON. 1130 West
Washington street.
WANTED—Carpenters for work on street
cars. Steady work. Apply carpenter
foreman. West Washington street car
shops.
PRINTER —THE INDIANA PRINTING
CO., of CrawfordsvUie. Ind., has a Job
open for a' hand compositor. Steady job
at a good salary.
MACHINE MAN. experienced in general
T>lrtnr mill work. WILLIAM F.
JOHNSON LUMBER CO., Nineteenth and
Cornell.
1 WANTED—Experienced firemen on chain
L grate stokers. Apply MR. RAY, Union
Power House. Anderson. Ind.
fc^AJTTßD — Painter • for work on street
9 oars Apply painter foreman West
waahlngtoD street car shops.
MALE HELP—WANTED,
YOUR
OPPORTUNITY
20
COAL CARS ON TRACK
DEMURRAGE CHARGES
WILL HAVE TO BE PAID
TO THE RAILROAD OR TO
_ ; YOU
Guaranteed hourly rate of 65c;
also high additional tonnage bonus.
Applicants placed on job at once and
In order of applying. Speedway Em
ployment Office, Prest-O-Lite Cos.,
Inc.
175 T 7-8-1920
A-l TEST AKD
ASSEMBLY
INSPECTORS
GISHOLT MEN,
LATHE MEN,
INGERSOLL MEN.
MIDWEST
ENGINE €O.
19tli and Martindale.
PERMANENT POSI
TION, HIGH SENIOR
ITY STANDING, EXPE
RIENCED YARD CON
DUCTORS AND BRAKE
MEN FOR INDIANAPO
LIS TERMINAL DIVI
! SION. BIG 4 R. R. 615
i MAJESTIC BLDG.

Men to repair freight
I,ears; steady work, good
pay, excellent opportunity
to learn good trade in short
time. After gaining ex
perience attractive piece
! work rates bring big pay.
Interstate Car Company,
Brightwood and Mass. Ave.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave. and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fairmount Glass
; Works.
BOY IN SHIPPING ROOM.
GOOD CHANCE FOR AD
VANCE M£N T. UNIT ED
STATES RUBBER CO., 28-32 E.
GEORGIA ST.
j GENERAL office man; experienced; *0 to
35 years oid. Bank position.
Typist, young man; experienced. Salary
*B7 to *IOO.
Messenger boy. 16 to 1* year* of age.
Bank position.
BUSINESS MENS SERVICE BUREAU.
433 Lerr.cke Bidg,
FIREMEN FOR RONEY STOKERS,
8-HOUR SHIFTS, GOOD PAY,
FREE CAR FARE. APPLY TO
MR. HOGATE OR MR. RUEDE
POWER STATION; 1700 W, 10TH
ST.
MAN OF GOOD MORAL CHARACTER;
GENERAL EXPRESS AT NIGHT;
ALSO JANITOR; STEADY EMPLOY
MENT. AMERICAN RAILWAY EX
PRESS. J. E. KENNEDY. 255 SOUTH
MERIDIAN ST.
WHITE LABORERS. AMERICAN
HOMINY COMPANY, WEST
EIGHTEENTH STREET AND BELT
RAILWAY.
ERRAND BOY~
TWIET’S SIGN SHOP. 34 South Illinois
street.
YOUNG man in tire store. Unless you
are active, intend to work and ambi
tious don't apply. After 7p. m.. Meridian
and North streets.
LABORERS, white or colored; good hours
and pay; free car fare. See Mr. Ruede
or Mr. Kersey, power station, 1700 West
Tenth street.
WANTED—Strong colored man or boy;
steady place. INTERNATIONAL ELEC
TRIC CO.. 610 Century bldg.
WANTED —Wood working machine hands.
Apply carpenter foreman. West Wash
ington street car shops.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 291 Indiana v*
SALESMEN—WANTED.
MAN in each county to call on our pros
pects, preferably with auto; evenings If
desired. Excellent remuneration and
work. B. R. HARRIS, 617 Peoples Bank
bldg., Indianapolis.
AGENTS—WANTED.
GET particulars, article requiring *5
capital; manufactured by anyone; rate
of 30 per hour; costs 6 cents; sells *1 to
laborer or banker. 214a Commercial
bldg., Oakland. Calif.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.

FACTORY WORK
\ PAYS BEST
We need several good women
for machine work. Experience
not necessary.
ROCKWOOD MFG. CO.
1801 English Ave.
GIRLS
FOR LIGHT FACTORY
WORK. MODERN ELEC
TRIC & MACHINE CO.
WHITE woman as relief cook In Institu
tion during month of July. Salary S7O
per month with room, board and laundry
Included. Good chance to earn some va
cation money. Call Main 4483.
STENOGRAPHER; high, grade, reliable;
27 to 30 years of age; bank position.
BUSINESS MEN'S SERVICE BUREAU.
433 Lemcke bldg.
MUSIC and art; splendid salary; position
in Indiana.
THE EBLE TEACHERS AGENCY,
433 Lemcke bldg.
WANTED—Lady for night nurse; one
who has had Institutional work pre
ferred. Call or write HORD SANITAR
IUM, Shelbyvllle. Ind.
JOB press feeder. INDIANAPOLIS
PRINTING CO., Century bid*.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
'PERMANENT
POSITIONS
FOR GIRLS
IN TELEPHONE
WORK
- x'
There are Immediate vacancies
In this work, where girls over
18 years of age may obtain
steady employment year round,
with vacation, excellent working
facilities, attractive positions.
You may choose telephone work
for your permanent vocation. It
will appeal to you.
INDIANA BELL
TELEPHONE CO.
Corner New York and Meridian
Streets.
Applicant’s Information desk In
lobby.
SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE.
EXPERIENCED lady barber would like
position In modern shop. Not college
student. 369 West Washington street.
Circle 2607.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
REBUILT
USED CAR
BARGAINS
Most of these have been re
painted, retopped and overhauled.
Down. Weekly.
Saxon roadster *75 $4.60
Maxwell touring 100 5.00
Paige touring 115 5.25
fteo touring 135 5.50
Ford touring 135 5,50
Vim delivery truck... 165 5.75
Maxwell delivery truck 165 5.75
Inter-State touring... 165 5.75
Saxon 6 touring 200 6.00
Grant 6 touring 246 7.00
, Hudson Super touring 395 8.00
And many others too numerous
to mention. Come down and make
your own terms. No brokerage.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS
AND TIRE CO..
61* N. Capitol. Open evenings.
Main 2638. Auto. 22-019.
CLEARANCE SALE
OF SLIGHTLY
USED CARS
Chalmers touring, rebuilt $950.00
Chevrolet 490, 1919 $575.00
Chevrolet 490, 1917 $350.00
Maxwell, 1919, as good as new $750.00
Maxwell, with special touring body;
the car for a camper $450.00
Oldsmobile S $1,250.00
Cole 8 Chummy SSOO O 0
Ford touring $440.09
Ford touring $430 00
Ford touring $425.00
Ford Cabrilet $550.00
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984.
Open Sundays and Ev*iings.
NATIONALS
A Complete line of re
built Nationals at all
times.
National Automotive Cos.
426 X. Capitol Ave.
Main 4758.
ST UTZ ROADSTER
Newly painted red. new tires, car In
A1 condition. Will sell for *Boo. One
half down, balance in monthly payments.
OVERLAND ALEXANDRIA CO.
Alexandria. Indiana.
HUDSON Super Six. 7-p*eng-r touring.
wonderful paint Job, body olive green,
fenders and splash boards chocolate
brown, black and gold trimmings; khaki
linen top; five almost new United States
Royal cords. Bargain. *1,355. Easy pay
menta. 5iS N. Capitol avenue.
COMMON WEA LTH four forty “touring
demonstrator at factory cost. DIETZ
JAMES. 334 East Market street. Main
6718. Terms If desired
AUTOMOBILES—WANTED.
WANTED
AUTOMOBILES.
100 CARS AT ONCE.
LARGEST BUYERS AND SELLERS OF
USED CARS IN THE STATE.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE
COMPANY.
512 N. CAPITOL.
MAIN 235. AUTO. 22-011.
' I WANT YOUR CAR
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 la here for you. Come in or call.
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
210 N. Illinois st. Main 1570. Auto 22-0(2.
We also buy Junk cars.
TRUC KS—FO R SA LE
FORD DELIVERY
CARS
Owing to a change
in our system of deliv
ery we are able to sell
a number of closed
body Ford delivery
cars which are at pres
ent in daily use. See
John N. Feasey, 4th
floor.
PETTI® EM CiflWDg (80.
GARFORD TRUCKS
Delivers a low-cost-ton mile.
BURL FINCH.
Distributor.
___ 312-20 West Maryland St-
AUTOREPAIRS AND SUPPLIES.
Batteries recharged, repaired, rebuilt.
Guaranteed new batteries for any car.
Second-hand batteries cheap.
Open until 9 p. m.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO..
607 Mass. Ave. Main 3145.
PARTS for mosts|Amake of car. Ford
parts a
sizes.
f s p■ -vin.■ tire no..
' flfl • Hflffjffvj-
INDIANS DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1920.
AUTO REPAIRB AND BUPPLIKS.
JOB PLATING
Nothing is too large or toe
small for us to handle. Speoial
equipment for repairing auto
mobile trimmings.
INDMNAJPOLIS PLATING CO.
631-35 Kentucky ave.
Main 2938. Main 8638.
WE SPECIALIZE on automobile wheel re
pairlng on all make cars: up-tu-minute
equipment. THE JOHN GUKDELHOBF
ER WAGON CO., 202 Kentucky avenue.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 123-334 North Illinois.
S & S Auto Laundry
WE MAKE and repair automobile springs
for all makes of cart; bring In or ship
to us. OUBDELHOEFKR WAGON CO.,
202 Kentucky avenue.
FORD - rear wheels. JOHN OUKDKL
HOEFER WAGON CO.. 201 Kantucky
avenue.
ONE-MAN auto tops, side curtains, seat
and radiator covers. PERFECTION
AUTO TOP CO.. 1107 Udell street. North
846.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLEB.
THEY HAVE ARRIVED.
1920
EXCELSIOR
TWIN.
MERZ MOTOR CO.,
460-52 Mass. A vs.
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Motorcycles and Bicycles
Johnson Motor Wheels
ERNEST HUGHES
614-36 Mam. Ave. Main 8404.
! HARLEY-DAVIDSON. three speed elec
tric and side car. 632 East St. Clair st.
j Main 7281.
I CASH paid tor all kinds of motorcycles.
FLOYD PETERMAN. 600 Maseachu
! setts avenue.
AUTOS AN P_ JI I ?
! ALTOS FOR KENT—Do your own driv
ing. U-Drlve Auto Service at Hooaler
l Laundry. Rear Keith's theater. Main
6921.
BUSINESS SERVICED.
CONTRACTOR.
Brick block and cement work. Car
pentry, cisterns cleaned; chimneys re
paired. F. E DAILEY. 1140 Bates street.
FOR electrical wiring and repair work,
| call COLLINS ELECTRIC CO. Ail
i work guaranteed. 122 N. East Main 789*.
IF your clock is not running phone Circle
4307. M R. SHEARN. *ll North Ala
| bama .
IJ. SCHWARTZ, tailor and cleaner. *l'
Kentucky avenue Main 167*.
; MASSAGE and baths. 52t~-Ogden.
Apt. 61. Cirate 64*0.
I FOR paper hanger. Call Johnson. Wood
| ruff 6716. _
BUSIN ESS CHA NC E,
TO MATCH your coat and vest for a
pair of trousers, see
\Y. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are In the right place. *
FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, matiresees and
pillow a'made to order E F BURKLK.
. ' ar. Male. 1428 New iJ-77 5.
20 rooms, modern fur
nishings and etock; centrally located;
Income $2 000 month INDIANA BUBI
- NESS E X Han; E _6l
1 FOR SALE—Stock of general merchandise
! und store room; will irsde for property
!or small farm. Box 7*. Russellvllie. Ind.
! 252 SHARES Quality Tire and Rubber Cos.
$25 per share. Take Liberty bonde at
> market price. Box 65. Mooreland. Ind.
I FOR SALE A big body of standing tim
ber. all fenced. W. H. HANCOCK,
Bloomington. Ind.
OFFICE AND STORES—TO LET.
OFFICE ROOMS.
(——Attractive office rooma In the new
1 TRANSPORTATION BUILDING (being
remodeled), southeast corner Delaware
and South street.. >
WILLIAM F W OCHER.
Sole agent.
City Trust building.
M !■ 3- Auto. 24- 806.
REAL ESTATE-FOR SALE.
II
1800 Block
South East Street
Five rooms, electric lights, ga*.
city water. This property is In
A1 condition Inside and out. Will
make somebody a first-class
home. Lot 38x136. Price $2,766;
SSOO cash. $25 per month. See
J. W. Elder.
Schniid & Smith, Inc.,
Realtors
134 N. Delaware St. Main 4081.
1128 Lexington
Here Is an excellent chance to buy a
five-room cottage In good condition, new
ly painted, electric lights, cistern In
house, on good car line. This property
can be bought for a
Small Payment Down
and balance on
Easy Payments
liko rent. L**t us show you this rsal bar
gain for a quick sale.
John W. Roberts & Cos.
745 Lemcke Annex. Main 47 43
COTTAGE, NORTH
Close to Illinois car, four room*, electric
lights, city water and gas. sink In kitchen,
good basement. Can be bought for (1,90(1.
Part cash, balance on terms.
See Mr. Mclnteer, with
I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors
115 East Market. Main 520.
After 6 p. n. call Irvington 3597
SUOOO CASH
Buys 502 S. New Jersey St.
Good modern brick houae, four bed
rooms bath, furnace, olactrlc lights,
hardwood floors In two rooms, L*rgo baaa
ment. Corner lot, 51.5x100. * You pay
SI,OOO cash and balance $35 a month.
John W. Roberts & Cos.
745 Lemcke Annex. Main 4 743.
121 SOUTH'ORIENTAL
Equity of SI,BOO in a 5-room and sum
mer kitchen; paved street, newer, gas,
electric light*, basement, garage. Newly
decorated. Price (3,000. Open for In
spection. Call North 420 L
• --i <>n East New York, we
f rV-tj A 1 1 have 6-room cottage
HEdA < wlth ***• cUjr water -
UJ electric lights, cellar,
cistern and garage for (3,750. GEO. A.
LUCAS, 208 American Central Life bldg.
Circle 8600.
823 West 30th St., $4,000.00
Eight roomn modern. Terms.
Bloodworth & Gladden
529 Peoples Bank bldg. Phone Circle 332,
NEW BUNGALOW
Five-room modern, improved street
south, $4,500. Payments. W. L. BRIDGES.
Main 4114. 339 K. of P. bldg.
FOR SALE—Large live-room cottage In
Logansport; clear house In small town
considered as pfert. 1614 Toledo street,
Logansport, Ind.
—v— ——YVi Broadway double, 1700
li l'/ 3 A I] block, 7 rooms to side;
I I strictly modern; oak fln-
J-D igh. east front, $9,000.
GEO. A. LUCAS, 208 American Central
Life Bldg. Circle 6600.
INDIANA TRUBT CO.
Sells real estate, collects rent, write*
fire ir. sura nee.
I HAVE 97 homes on south side; modern
and semi-modern; cash and payment*.
From four to eleven room*. --For particu
lars c.tll Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m.
CHOICE large lot near Maple Road blvd..
within two square* of fairgrounds; (10
cash, balance (i weekly. 640 Lemoke
A nnox. Main 1400.
PlVEiroom homd Gale near Twenty
fourth, lot 40x'. (3,660. Term*. THE
SOUTHERN LUMBER CO.
REAL ESTATE—*O* BALE.
1345 E. Maple Road
Having long living room with
brick fireplace and bookcases.
French doors leading to dining
room, having beautiful built-in
buffet. hardwood floors and
beamed ceilings in both rooms.
Three waters and bullt-ln cabinet
In kitchen. Upstairs are three
delightful bedrooms, bath and
large sleeping porch. In the base
ment are laundry, brick-set fur
nace and fruit cupboard. Located
on lot 60x147 with an abundance
of tree* and shrubbery. This
house Is In good repair and a
bargain at $9,000. Drive by and
see the beautiful surroundings,
then call me for an appointment.
B. R. Meredith. Realtor.
Gregory & Appel, Inc.
Main 996. “ Auto. 28-295.
Evenings, Woodruff 7958.
FIVE-room cottage; gas. electricity, well.
cistern, garage, $2,650. Terms. Wood
ruff 247 after 7:80.
HOUSE, five to seven rooms, not neces
sarily modern. Will pay spot cash.
Main 142.
LOTS. Eastern avenue, north of Wash
ington street. Address A No. 1541,
Times.
SIX-ROOM heuse. barn, electricity, both
waters, fruit, $2,300. Woodruff 5194.
REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN^
LARGE, beautiful lots in Wayne park.
just off of West Washington street,
which la being paved; $1 down. $1 week.
Will take you out in our automobile at
your convenience. OSCAR LEE, 1002
City Trust. Main 915.
REAL ESTATE—WANTED.
Wanted—Unmodera
Doubles
Have a number of customers
■who will buy and pay cash for
unmodern double houses located
In good rental locations Bome~-
that will buy 6 or 6 In sets. See
our real estate department today.
Meyer-Kiser Bank
MODERN or serai-modern homes south
that 1 can sell on paymenta 339 K. of P.
bldg. W. L. BRIDOE3.
WE HAVE CLIENTS
who are wanting to buy modern
brick veneer homes on Pennsyl
vania. Meridian, Washington
boulevard and Delaware street.
They prefer north of 34th st. Your
home le probably the one that
the are Interested In. See our
real estate department today.
Meyer-Kiser Bank
LET ME eel) your property ( can get
quick resulta 8. G. BULLUP, 1349 N.
Senate Circle 4956. Auto 26-71*.
OUR SPECIALTY
Modern double houses north and
cast Why not see our real estate
department today about the sale
of your double. We have the cus
tomer who will buy It. Our finan
cial help may make the sale
Meyer-Kiser Bank
MODERN home for cosh customer. Main
167. _
'. . FARMS—FOR SALE.
FOR BALE—An extra fine S3-acre home,
three miles of this city, at the birgaln
price of $225 per acre, also level black
land. 60-acre home. state highway at
$250. Fine 90 acres on State highway.
*236. Several other fine farms. C. O.
Fleming. Hartford City. Ind.
FIVE CENTS an acre down, balance 48
years at s w e for TEXAS school lands,
sold by the state. 214 t Comracclai bldg .
Oakland. Calif.
FOR SALE or exchange, city and farm
property CHARLES K. COOPER. 2123
Main street, Apderaon. Ind
Ml SC EL LoNEOUS—FOR SALE
A LARGE number of uncalled for suit*.
In all sixes, to close out at $25. *3O. *35
and *4O. Worth double the prioe.
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are In the right place.
a, , iDrop-Head nvnger. (10;
ether bargain*. (1.00 per
lII* m \ r* week All make* HK
tU t\¥ PAIRED HEMBTITUH
mA-r—ISO while you wait. (Oo
>CU.~ PER YARD
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO..
Main 600, Auto. (5-216. (12 Ma*e Ave.
BUY pant* direct from the maker. We
make them to your meaaur* from (7.50
tp. LEON TAILORING CO.. 11l Kat
New York.
RECORD AND PLAYER P.OLL EX
CHANGE TUTTLE MUSIC SHOP
161 INDIANA AVE.
LARGE hand-made hammock, elne
twine, linen fringe. $2. 166 E. Twenty
fifth North 1654.
FOR SALE—Cabinet Victor Vlctrola
with records. 1018 Lexington
USE GEM POLISH FOR WHITE SHOES.
AT YOUR GROCERS OR DRUGGIST.
LARGE oven, unusually good condition.
Call Anderson. Belmont 1037.
MIBC ELLANEOU s ~WANTED.
JULY
REDUCTION SALE
NOW ON
S4O coat and trousers to your measure
now $82.50.
(45 coat and trousers to your measure
now (36.
(60 coat and trousers to your measure
now S4O.
(60 coat and trousers to your measure
now (48.
(75 suit to your measure now S6O.
S7O suit to your measure now (56.
(60 suit to your measure now $52.
S6O suit to your measure now S4B.
$55 suit to your measure now $44.
S6O suit to your measure now S4O.
$46 suit to your measure now $36.
Trousers and overcoats in proportion.
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
Be aura you are In the right place.
WE WILL BUY IT.
If you have any household good* or
office furniture to sell call a buyer from
the largest, best and best rated used fur
niture store In the state.
BAKER BHOa
Auto. 23-166. Main 14C6.
HELL IT
to the largest and best rated used furni
ture store In the state.
BAKER BP.OS.
Auto. 28-166. Main 3463.
LEW SHANK
pays best prices In city for household
goods and natures of all kinds. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 2023.
WE will buy apd pay spot cash for the
furnishings of good homes, up to 11,000.
BAKHR BROS.
MACHIN ER Y AN P TOO LB.
WONDER MIXERS
Hoists and pumps for building
and bridge construction. All
sizes carried in stock. Burl
Finch, Dist., 312-20 W. Mary
'and St.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
REFRIGERATORS.
600 used Ice boxes and refrigerators; all
good and guaranteed; all standard makea,
such as Alaska. Bohn Siphon. McCray,
Herrick Automatic, New loeberg. Dr.
Price, Gibson's Star, Gurney and others
All sisss and tbs price averages about
one-half the cost new.
BAKER BROS,
ill Bast Washington at.
household goods.
Gas Ranges
A large selection of nearly all standard
makes In both high and low ove> styles,
$18.66 up.
Refrigerators
Good, sounfi boxes, cleaned sl tested;
all sixes at about half price.
Good Rugs
Room size and extra large ones, hall
runners and carpets; the very beet In
ludlanapoils at about half the new prices.
Fine Furniture
Anything you need; every piece made
like new at half the new price. Better
goods and cheaper prices than you will
find elsewhere.
USED GOODS STORE
THE FINE STORE
Furniture
GAR STOVES.
OIL STOVES.
Cheaper here and easier terms. K HOOT
* 80": 609 W. Washington St.
2* GOOD cabinet gas ranges at prloea
from sls to *27.68. Cash or paymenta
BAKER BROS.
M ÜBl CAL I NST RU M EN T S;-
TWO oquare pianos in exceptionally good
condition. Choice *25. STAR PIANO
COMPANY. I*B North Pennsylvania
street. Main 2077.
OFFERINGS BY THE STOREB.
Match Your Coat
/i \ with a pair of / I \
I TROUSERS 1 ]
\ ( / THE PANTS \ /
l / STORE CO. 11l
l. L J Two Store* u. UJ
V) 48 \Y\ Ohio. /V V)
W V lIP E. Murket. V 'O
LIVE STOCK AND VEHICLES.
JOSEPH HAAS
pays highest prices for dead horses, cows
and hoga Call Main 1639. Auto. 16-771
COAL AN D WOOD FOR BALE.
POCAHONTAS M. H *9.60
KENTUCKY LUMP $9.66
ILLINOIS LUMP *8.96
INDIANA LUMP *7.50
L. H BAIN COAL CO.
MAIN *531. MAIN 2151.
"transfEh ands
Qr rrcX TI storage chhapes?
\y/ RATES IN CITT. CALL
1 )/ US. Everything at rea
sonable price. Packed.
1 jl shipped anywhere.
IS Locked room if desired.
3o West Henry. Main 4499.
call BUASK for the best service in
hauling, packing, shipping and s.irage.
227-229 North New Jersey St. Main 2026.
O K TRANSFER CO. for local and over
land hauling. ** E. Washington St.
Prospect 8282 __
FINANCIAL-
MONEY TO LOAN
On First Mortgage
Security
SIX PEk CENT
GILL REALTY CO.
Main 1646, Auto. 28-236
WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKK~KEAi"
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WH
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS
Mortgages, bonds and stock*
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIAN APOLib SECURITIES COk
FRANK K SAWtKK. Prog
Third floor. Law Building.
Second Mortgage
Real estate loan* made on good farm*
and Improved city properties. GIB-
R ALTER FINANCE COMPANY. 108 N.
Delaware street Main 1618
LOANS on Diamond* S l *' s ; per month.
BURTON JEWELRY CO.. 5* Monu
ment.
INSURANCE In ~alF branches AUBKKY
1) PORTER. 914 People* Bank Bldg.
Main 7048.
WE MAKE aecoud mortgages on farm or
city property. AETNA MTG. AND INV.
CO Me ■ ieiity Trust Bldg.
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Notice is hereby givon that the under
signed has duly qualified as administra
trix of estate of Jessie R Hammel. de
ceased. late of Marlon county Indiana.
Said estate 1* supposed to be solvent
No. 18284, HAZEL MORRISON
Drowns When Pinned
Under Auto in Creek
WASHINGTON, Ind., July 6
Ralph Drury Is dead here as a re
sult of drowning while he was pinned
beneath his automobile In an acci
dent at Palmer bridge.
The machine struck a bad place In
the road Just after crossing the bridge
and Drury lost control of the ma
chine us It began skidding on the
muddy road, turning a complete
somersault down the embankment
Into Prairie creek.
He was pinned face down, with his
face under water, and was drowned
before men who were attracted to the
scene could reach him.
Mrs. Drury and two children -were
In the usr, but fortunately none of
them was injured.
The screams of Mrs. Drury at
tracted attention to the accident.
The place where the accident oc
curred has long been considered dan
gerous.
Fruit Growers Meet
at Laurel Aug. 5
LAFAYETTE. Ind., July 6—The
Indiana Horticultural society tvlll hold
Its annual convention at the orchards
of the Laurel Orchard Company, at *
Laurel, Ind., Aug. 5.~
This orchard, which Is Just com
ing Into bearing, comprises 200
acres of commercial varieties of fruit
trees that have been developed under
expert care..
The horticultural department of
Purdue university has carried on ex
tensive experiments there for many
years and the results are of Interest
to fruit growers.
The convention program Is chiefly
devoted to orchard management and
speakers of national reputation will
be present. „
Jury Awards Woman
$5,000 for Injuries
NOBLESVILLE, Ind., July B—A
Jury returned n verdict yesterday 111
the case of Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers
against the Indianapolis & Cincinnati
Traction Company, giving the plnintff
$5,000 for damages on account of per
sonal injuries in an accident on Arl
ington avenue, Indianapolis, May 31,
1918.
A traction car struck an automobile
in which she was riding and three
people were killed in the accident.
The case came here on a change of
venue from Marion county.
Cox Stands High in
Union Labor Esteem
WASHINGTON, July B.—Got. James
M. Cox. democratic presidential nomi
nee, stands high with organised labor
in Ohio, Secretary Frank Morrison, of
the American Federation of Labor, said
today.
Morrison and other labor leaders re
fused to make any further comment on
Cox’s nomination until Samuel Gompers
reaches Washington. ,
Gompers is now on route from Batt
FrauoUco. 7
Marriage Licenses
Howard Osswald, 22. fireman, 18 North
Randolph street, and Catherine Corcoran,
21, telephone operator, 2825 North Ala
bama street,
Warren J. Rabaum 25, rubber worker,
Cleveland. 0., and Mary O. Rothenbash,
20, 1221 West Thirty-fifth street.
Gilbert H. Ammerman. 20. truck driver,
3124 Martindale avenue, and Zehnla !
Minor, 18, 2050 Martindale avenue.
Drue Keno, 22, mechanic, 2129 High
land place, and Johnie C. Cason, 19,
manicurist, 316 West Tenth street.
Rohert Dunlap, 42. cooper. 924 Hadley
street, and Mary Coleman, 48, 954 West j
North street.
Samuel A. Welch, 26. machinist, 745
North East street, and Hazel B. Gue, 10. i
1162 West Thirty-fourth street
Edgar D. Chadwick, 22, laborer. 822
Beecher street, and Minnie Cnln, 19, 714
Beecher street.
Earle Steele. 26, machinist. 2566 Bluff
avenue, and Mildred Bush, 17, 438 Chad
wick street.
Reese Jones, 27. laborer, 15 Deloss
street, and Allen Elsenminger, 19, 1215
Deloss street.
William W. Montgomery, 28, night
roundsman, 2875 Adams street, and
Eureka C. Taylor, 16, 1743 Roosevelt
avenue.
Ivan Mclntyre. 29. patrolman, 41b
North Noble street, and Leona R. Wine
man, 24, 509 North East street
George Petway, 22, waiter, 852 North
California street, and Ora Claybrook, 20,
maid ,923 North West street.
Fred Butler. 30, civil engineer, 16 West
Thirty-fifth street, and Evelyn Jones, 22,
2202 North Delaware street.
Arthur J. Sauer 22, cordage worker,
255 Bkemyer street, and Anna B. Jack
son, 17, 55 Pleasant Run boulevard.
Harold L. Allen, 27, manager, Cleve
land 0.. and Loretta E. Walle 28 858
North Gray street.
Paul J. Noone 21. pitman, 3148 Carson
street, and Grace Turner, 22, 100 North
Greeley street.
Us lias G. Arnold, 22, tube-maker, 1013
South State avenue, and Margaret F.
Smatrz. 23. 1023 South State avenue.
Ray H. Salisbury, 31, forester, Cincin
nati, 0., and Marie K. Sehath 30, sten
ographer, Cincinnati O.
Births
Orval and Mabelle Michael, 101614
Bellefontalne, boy.
Carlos and Ina Mansfield, Robert Long
hospital, boy.
John and Selma Shull, 2305 North Dear
born, boy. „
Clifford and May Anderson, 829 Grove,
girl.
Harry and Margarlte Ely, 38 Garfield,
boy. _ „
Charles and Ida Klkendall, 1312 North
Pershing, girl.
Robert and Margaret Linnaman, 154 1
Fletcher, girl.
Thomas and Ethel Col, City hospital,
girl.
Leo and Susie Rethmeyer. City hospital.
t>or.
Charles and Vennetta Knight. 1930
Mary Hribernick, 3086 West
Tenth, girl. „ ..
Joseph and Mary Mervar. 960 North
Holmes, boy. . .
Norman and Martha Relnxlng, -.941
Barth, boy.
Ralph and Josephine Jones. Methodist
hospital, boy.
Clinton and Ruth Slzelove, St. Vincents
hospital, boy.
Myron and Bernice Newlin, 2702 Indian
apolis. boy. „ „ .
Sherman and Edith Huff, 763 Last
Pershing, girl.
Willard and Blanch Gribble, 4233 Park,
Bertram and Edna Flood, 418 South
Missouri, boy.
William and Viola Maltsberger,
! Spann, boy.
William and Theresa Bates. 427 West
1 Henry, girl.
William and Mora Edson. 1110 Parke,
| 1 Martin and Marie O’Neil. 1147 English.
Prank anil Rosa Kreffel, 911 Ketcham,
| girl. „ .
Frank and Sylvia Doame, <4l Nona
I East, girl. _
Arnoa and Kalte White. 915 North sen
! ate, boy.
James and Mary Hussey. St 3 lncent s
I °\\S.Ulam*and Charlotte McCuen, St. Vtn
! .-ent’s hoapital, girl.
Ernist aud Lila DUDEing, 2135 Foun
tain. boy. ... . .
Alexander and Ada Anderson. 2903
|
! ' To’s-vn* and Francis Tramfa. 924 North
Ha ugh, boy.
William and Mary Miller, City hospital,
boy. *
Deaths
. Truia King. 38, 812 Drake, pulmonary
tuberculosis. „ .... ~ _
George Harold Armour, 2. 124. Mas
sachusetts. gastro enteritis.
Robert J. Moore. 55, 1925 South Persh-
Ida:, carcinoma. _ _
Oscar Bruce Findley, 54, -20 Hea*
dricks pla-e. mitral insufficiency.
Jolnitn D Tlnney. 24, 1549 North Me
ridian. pulmonary tuberculosis.
Ida D. Wills, 35, 1132 East Pratt, gas
tro enteritis. . .
Steve Shoemake, 58, City hospital, car
cinoma. . .. „_, A
Ruth G, Edwards, 4 months. 3.10
Robson, acute meningitis.
Thelela Pulliam 2 years, City hos
pital. diphtheria.
Martha Morrow, 9 years, City hospital,
sarcoma. _ . .
Beatrice Loratne Leonard. 1 year, ot.
Vincent's hospital, hydrocephalus.
Elsie Sheets. 18, 2220 Schumann ave-
2 Bltke.
mitral regurgitation.
William J. Westerhouse. 31. 3u16 Grace
land, pulmonary tuberculosis.
Mattie Arnold, 29, 207 West Fourteenth,
pulmonary tuberculosis.
Kittle Lowry, 45, Methodist hospital,
carcinoma. „ , , .. _ .
Mose Buther, 42, Central Indiana Hos
pital for Insane, apoplexy.
John F. Brinley, 87, 547 North Bevllle,
carcinoma.
Six Bids for P. 0.
Garage Forwarded
Bids of six Indianapolis firms for the
furnishings of garage space for the motor
equipment of the Indianapolis postoffice
have been sent to tho postoffice depart
rnetn at Washington. D. C„ according to
Postmaster Robert E. Springsteen, and
action will probably be taken on one of
the bids within the next few days, if a
favorable one Is found.
P MaUalleu, superintendent of motor
transportation for the postoffice depart
ment. who has been here twice discussing
the furnishings of storage space for the
motor transportation equipment of the
Indianapolis postoffice, took the bids to
Washington, D. C„ with him yesterday.
The question of motor transportation
for the mails to and from the postoffice
and the union station and the traction
terminal station came up several weeks
ago when the contract for screen wagon
serylce expired.
The present storage room for the mili
tary trucks that have been transferred
by an act of congress to the postal serv
ice is inadequate and private firms have
been asked to submit bids for furnish
ing a garage with 16,000 square feet of
floor space and equipped with a machine
shop for repair of the trucks and a rest
room for the postal employes.
Postoffice officials say that unless
some private Arm presents & favorable
bid steps, will have to be taken by the
government for the building of a suit
able.garage.
Fire and Water Loss
at South Bend $25,000
SOUTH BEND, Ind., July 6.—Fire
and water together damaged the
building and stock of the wholesale
grocery business of Whitman Bros.,
this city, to the extent of $25,000 last
night.
Damage to the stock was mostly
from water.
Insurance on the stock amounts to
$45,000 and the building Is insured
for’ $25,000.
Trains and interurbau cars running
into tbs city war* bald ug far hours
on account of Os turn.
WOMEN HAVE NOT
WAVERED IN DUTY
Abide by Rules and Stay Until
Finish at ’Frisco.
By MRS. GEORGE BASS, J
Chairman Woman’s Committee, Pemoß
erotic National Convention.
SAN FRANCISCO, July R.—At the end!
of a week’s continuous session, exciting
beyond expression, the women in at
tendance on this convention were still
alert, interested, on deck at the begin
ning and still there when the nomination
came.
Many of them looked haggard and.
weary.
Another thing that must be .something
of a revelation is the way in which
women have “played the game,” abiding
by the rules, sitting grimly silent while
their votes were delivered for the oppo
sition candidate under the unit rule.
It takes real sporting blood to stand
that vote after vote, even when mar
gin* are so narrow that one lone vote
will evoke cheers, but the women have
not wavered.
In one state when a break came the
brave, clear feminine voice no longer an
nounced the result, but that woman sat
right there with her delegation, hoping
to announce once more the unanimous
vote for her chosen candidate.
It might be said that the women were
not doing as much work at times as the
men delegates, but even this was not
the case.
Besides their efforts in behalf of their
favorite candidates they were having con
ferences of their own, and Sunday night
several hundred women gathered at the
Palace hotel and talked organization for
more than two hours and insisted when
we adjourned at 11 o'clock that they were
not half through and must have another
meeting and perhaps several more.
And not one of those women even ang
| gested the name of her candidate.
This Is not an age of chivalry.
WILL NOT ALLOW
DOCTOR’S CLAIM
Forbid Official Appropriating
Money for Own Education.
That an official of the Boys’ School es
Indiana can not appropriate part of thp'
maintenance fund* of the institution to
defray educational expenses Is the de
cision of-Attorney General Ele Stansbury.
A claim of SIOO allowed ly the board of
trustees of that institution to pay for
post-graduate work taken by Dr. Ragan
in Chicago recently will be declared void,
according to the action taken by Attor
ney General Stansbury.
“There Is no law which provides for
the expenses of any of the officials of
the Boys’ school to go to school,” he
declared.
H!s decision, In part, was as fol
lows:
“In my opinion this can not be con
strued to mean that the board may use
any part of Its maintenance fund to edu
cate Its employes by sending them for
training in the colleges of the country.”
“An employe Is selected presumably
because of his fitness to do the things
for which he is employed.’’
| “It is my opinion that the board of
control of the boys’ school Is not au
thorized, cither with your approval or
without It, to use its maintenance funds
to pay the expenses of its physician in
.".(lending a post graduate school.”
In 1919 there was appropriated $125,-
1)00 and S2OO per capita a year for each
person actually present over the daily
average number of 554 inmates each
month and SIO,OOO for repairs.
That amount constitutes the mainten
ance fund to provide for the proper oper
ation of the institution, and can not be
appropriated for any other measure, ac
cording to the decision.
WOMAN PRAISES
WORK AT TRISCO
Declares Platform and First
Choice Is Winner.
By MRS. KELLOGG FAIRBANKS.
Member of the Executive Committee
Democratic National l ommilt.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6—Bands plav
; lag. men cheering, shouting, marching,
rejocing. Jubilating: flags waving and
standards careening; delegates getting in
line; defeated leaders offering game con
gratulations, newspaper correspondents
saying “I told you so,” winners collecting
bets.
This is San Francisco on the morning
of the nomination.
And when the tumult and the shouting
dies what have we?
We have a platform which in many re
spects is the finest bill of rights ever
adopted by any political convention, a
commitment to the high opportunities of
the league of nations and International re
sponsibilities and an honest indeavor to
meet and to ameliorate many of the un
fortunate conditions under which the üb
privileged people live and work.
We have for a candidate the man who
has made a brilliant success in his polit
ical life, who is much loved in his state
and who has a reputation there for fair
dealing and large hearted sympathies.
W rightW iHCon fer
With Commissioners
Dr. H. W. Wright, New Tork City, who
recently made a survey of the Marlon
county institutions, will confer with the
Marion county commissioners and mem
bers of the Marion county council tomor
row morning and make a verbal report
in connection with the findings in his
survey.
While it is not known what Dr. Wright
will say in connection with the Marlon
county Jail, yet it is felt that he may
have a supplementary report to make lu
this connection.
Gerard Won’t Give Up
Vote, Woman’s Plaint
SAN FRANCISCO. July 6.—Elisabeth
Marbury, national committee women from
New York, and a delegate-at-large,
emerged from a meeting of the New
York delegation, her hair disheveled and
her collar sticking out at one end.
“You can say for me,” she said, ‘‘that
this is the deadest lock I ever heard of.
“Gerard has only one vote and he
won’t give up.
“No one wants to give up anything.
“I don’t see how the democrats ever are
going to get a candidate."
Transport Aground
in San Francisco Bay
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6.—The anmy
transport Great Northern, with a partv
of three senators and thirty-one con
gressmen aboard, went aground on a
sand bank off the army transport docks
here today as she was about to sail for
the far east.
The transport Is in no danger and will
be refloated at 3:SO at high tide.
Democratic Editors
Asked to Turkey Run
Democratic editors of Indiana have
been Invited by Richard Lleber, direc
tor of conservation in Indiana, to as
semble at Turkey Run state park this
summer in event the organization holds
a mid-summer convention or outing.
The invitation wa* sent to Benjamin
Boim of Evansville, democratic stage
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