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INDIANA DAILY TIMES 25-2* S. Meridian St. PHONES—CLASSIFIED ADV. DEPT. Main 56*6 Automatic ......25-551 RATES. One time •# per line Three consecutive times... .05 per line Six consecutive times OT per line Male or female help wanted, situa tion wanted, male or female; rooms to let and board and rooms wanted — One time .65 per line Three consecutive times.. .07 per line Six consevutlve times 00 per line Contract rates on application. Lsgal notices 00 per line Lodges and club notices ...i 75c per Insertion Church notices (1 Inch or less) 50e per Insertion Over 1 inch. .07 per line additional. Death notices, Sse psr Insertion. The Business OSes closss at 5 p. 8k FUNERAL DIRECTORS. George Grinsteiner Funeral director. 551 East Market. Old Phone Main 005. New Phone, 57-505. A. M. Ragsdale, J. Wash Price, John Paul Racadsls. A. M. RAGSDALE CO. 555 North Delaware street. J. C. WILSON 1550 Prospect. Auto. 11-57 L Prospect 511. FUNERAL DIRECTORS— WM K. KRIKGER. New 21-154, Main 1454. 1405 M. Illinois. UNDERTAKERS. W. T. BLASENGYM ItSS Shelby St Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114. UNDERTAKERS—HISEY & TITUS. *sl North Del. New 26-5*4. Main *620. OEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES. BUTLER, REUBEN J. —Beloved husband of Anna Butler, at the late home, 122 W. Fourteenth street, Wednesday, Aug. 25. Funeral at residence, Aug. 28 at 2:20 p. m. Friends invited. Burial private. HOLLAND, TIMOTHY .1. —Husband of Hannah Kirby Holland, died at the residence of Sirs. Holland's father, James Kirby, 2218 Ashland avenue. Thursday. Aug. 26. Funer&l Saturday, Aug. 28, 9:30 at the residence; 10 a. m. St. Joseph’s church. Burial Holy Crsos cemeteiy. Friends Invited. SMITH. ALMEDA JANE—Age 74 yea-s. Beloved wife of John E. Smith, passed away at the residence, 5615 Lowell ave nue, Aug. 27, 9 a. m. Funeral notice later. N MEMORiAM, IN MEMORIAM—In memory of my father. Cleveland Simpson, who died three years ago today. God knows the way. He holds the key. He guides us with unerring hand. Sometimes with tearless eyes we see And then sometimes we’ll understand. VIRGINIA SIMPSON. ~ _ LOST AND FOUNO, 77 MISSISO FRIENDS and relatives traced everywhere; no criminals looked for. Call Main 6947. or write lost agent. It Bald win block. Indianapolis. Ind. LOST—Envelope containing stock certifi cates and other papers. Finder please return same to C. B. RAPE, 324 Indiana avenue. FOUND —Two rolls films, size 2. n-sr Rockwood plant. Cail second rtooi Times bldg, classified advertising. LOST—White middy suit, In stores be tween Ilinois and New York streets. Belmont 4513. ROOMS—TO LET. MERIDIAN, 543 North; extra large front room and alcove for four young men: electric lights, tub and shower bath; also large front room for three boys; reason able; three squares north of postofflce. Circle 3413. TWO furnished rooms; clean. modern housekeeping, $lO a week. II North Highland avenue, one-half Equare of E. Washington car line. TWO nicely furnished rooms in private home; all modern: close in; no other roomers. 640 East New York. Circle 3144. FRONT parlor room with two beds, newly furnished: private entrance. 1123 North Illinois. Phone Circle 405. LARUE comfortably furnished room ad joining bath, north; reasonable; gentle man. Harrison 2473. AIRY - ROOM - fN _ DOWNTOWN. HIGH CLASS APARTMENT; GENTLEMEN. CIRCLE 1686. MODERN furnished sleeping room; ground floor; gentlemen preferred. Circle 3364. NICELY furnished room for two gentle men; near car line. Call Irvington 2596. MODERN sleeping room for one or to persons; walking distance. Circle 6896. (ONE light downstairs sleeping room. 664 Arch near College. Circle 6692. ALABAMA, North, 719; furnished rooms; strictly modern. - ROOMS—WANTED. MOTHER and 7-year daughter desire small furnished apartment within walking dis tance Fourteenth and Meridian; refer ences. Circle 3345. UNFURNISHED room wanted by single man. State rates. P. O. box 1021. BUSINESS CHANCES, WHY Invest your capital at 4% when you are sure of receiving 8%, payable Jan. 1 and July 1 of each year and capital in vestment paid back Jan. 1. 1925. Backed by one of the best corporations In Indi anapolis. We have a premium which goes with this preferred stock which Is better than any common stock and will net you 25 to 40% on your investment. Investi gate. For appointment address A No. 1633, Times. Jk—yApv SERVICE. ffr aTWd Repairing, adjusting by Ks ftSr experts who know how. r [if for all sewing machines. Hemstitching while you wait, 10c per yard. WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., Main 600. Auto. 25-216. 312 Mass. Ave. FEATHERS Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and pillows made to order. E. F. BURKLB. 416 Mass. ave. Main 1425. New 23-776. LADIES and men to learn barber trade; newest, up-to-date system taught. Tui tion J 25 Phone Circle 757. TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE. SO9 E. Washington street, Indianapolis, Ind. SOFT drink and rooming house; good rea sons for selling. 402 West Maryland street, Indianapolis, Ind. BUSINESS SERVICES. TO MATCH your coat and vest for a pair of trousers, sec W. G. SCHNEIDER, 39 West Ohio Street. Be sure you are in the right place. WE AR WELL ROOFING CO. Let us give you an estimate and terms on rooflng your house. Call Prospect 6605. DOWNTOWN tire shop, new and used tires and tubes. Vulcanizing that gives satisfaction. 35 Kentucky avenue. SAFETY RAZOR BLADES sharpened. TL'TTLKDGE. 291 Indiana ave. IF your clock Is not running pttone Clrola 4307. M. R. SHEARN. 611 North Ala bama. ALL kinds of roofs repaired; tin gutters repaired and painted. Prospect 4016. ___ NOTICES. A LARGE number of uncalled for suits. in all sizes, to close out at (26. S3O, 335 and 340. Worth double the price. W. O. SCHNEIDER, 39 West Ohio Street. Be sure you are in the right place. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES. VIOLET Ray and Swedish massage. MISB DE VERB, 17 44 W. Ohio. Main 3673. WHEN patronizing these advertisers raen tien The Times. MALE HELP—WANTED. Molders We are atilt Increasing oar fore* ana need more malleable Iron moldera. Men experienced on bench aqueeser and floor work, who want steady all-year-round Job*. Apply at employment oflloe, Belmont are., south of W. Washington st. T/ink Beit Cos. Belmont plant. LAFAYETTE MOTORS COMPANY Mars Hill. „ Indianapolis 10 Experienced Auto Mechanics. Telephone. Belmont 2070. First Mars Hill cars leave Cap itol and Maryland st. at 6:40 a. m. Other cars leave Illinois and Washington sts. hourly. 4 GENERAL PLAN ING MILL MACHINE MEN 2 BENCH MEN 1 BILL CUTTER Marion Cos. Lumber and Coal Cos. WANTED Experienced Steam Fitters. A. HATTERSLEY AND SONS, 212 E. Main St. Fort Wayne, Ind. WANTED LABORERS. 18TH AND MILL. IN DIANAPOLIS LIGHT & HEAT CO. TM’O MEN WHO UNDER STAND CHANGING BATTER IES IN AUTOMOBILES; STEADY JOBS. PREST-O LITE SERVICE STATION, 508 N. CAPITOL AVE. SWITCHMEN. Wanted, switchmen to report at once for work on the Big Four railway at Cleveland. By reason of shortage of men, opportunities for seniority standing are exceptionally good at this time, with fine chances for rapid promotion. Report to local representative of the Big Four und he will furnish transportation. F. N. HEY NOLDS. superintendent. Indianapolis terminal. WANTED—OFFICE BOY. See Mr. Bruner, editorial department, Indiana Dally Times. RAILWAY mall decks are offered *l.oe entrance salary with promotions to 32.300. For full particulars and a course of preparation call or write INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL. 157 North Illi nois street. Suite 207. MACHINE MAN. experienced In general planing mill work. WILLIAM F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO., Nineteenth and Cornell. LIVE wire by for light office work nnd erands. Age about 13. INTERNA TIONAL NEWS SERVICE, Dully Times Bldg. WANTED—Experienced truck driver. MA RION COUNTY LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY. WANTED—Truck driver, one experienced In Ice and coal. ZERO ICE AND FUEL. BOY' wanted to deliver groceries. 31*2 North Illinois, or North 8786. SODA BOY'S. 227 South Illinois street. SALESMEN—WANTED. SALESMEN—HOSIERY Manufacturer making high-class LADIES’ SILK HOSE is open for a few experienced salesmen well acquainted with the retail trade. Line can be handled exclusively or as a side line. Full particulars In first letter. Communications treated strictly confidential. ADDRESS P. O. BOX, NO. 626, READING, PA. ' i WANTED SALESMEN YVho can and will intelligently present a staple proposition In a plain and direct manner. To such men we are offering an op portunity to make good earn ings. Prompt results. Winslow, 312 Castle Hall. WANTED A SOLICITOR Accustomed to meeting the pub lic, who is able to speak one or more foreign languages. Ask for Winslow, 312 Castle Hall. SALESMAN WITH CAR Splendid opportunity to make money. Call Main 513. 120 North Pennsylvania. FT. WAYNE TIRE AND RUBBER CU. GOOD, energetic men for a reliable firm; permanent work and a grand opportu nity for advancement. J. A. LAUER, 120 North Pennsylvania. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES FOR COATS. SUITS. DRESSES, WAISTS MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, KNIT UNDERWEAR. HOUSE DRESSES. THE FAIR. 407 W. WASHINGTON ST. ALTERATION HAND FOR SUITS AND SKIRTS. STEADY WORK. THE FAIR STORE 497 W. Washington. WANTED—Lady nurse for night work; one with hospital or sanitarium experi ence. Write or call HORD SANITARIUM. Shelbyville. Ind. EXPERIENCED girl for general house work; must stay night; no washing or ironing; good wages. Washington 1910, GIRLS wanted for general factory work. COLUMBIA CONSERVE CO., Church man ave. and Belt railroad. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. Attractive Employment for Girls Become a telephone operator. You can speedily advance to toll operator, clerical worker, supervisor, assistant chief, chief operator, etc. Hundreds of higher posi tions for those who qualify. Besides, we pay for your instruction In this modern profession and pay you well while you are learning. In a few weeks’ time you are qualified as a bona fide employs with a permanent position. Least you can then earn Is |l6 a week. Ideal working condi tions. Vacations with pay and many other \unusual advantages. Apply at main office, Meridian and New York sts. Employrffent desk In lobby. Indiana Bell Telephone Company FACTORY WORK PAYS BEST We have several machine open ings which do not require ex perienced operators; steady work and good starting rate, with opportunity for advance ment. ROCKWOOD MFG. CO. 1801 English Avenue. STENOGRAPHER. P ERMANE N T POSI TION FOR EXPERI ENCED GIRL. INTER NATIONAL MACH INE TOOL CO. Experienced paper box scorer and ender. CENTRAL STATES ENVELOPE CO. E. Washington and Sherman Dr. EXPERIENCED bindery glrla BOOK WALTER-BALL PRINTING CO., fifth floor Century bldg. WANTED—GirIs to work In bake shop. PITTSFORD PURITY PIE CO., 1424 N. Senate avenue* ELDERLY lady to make home with me and help care for 3 little boys. 149 Me- Kim avenue. ‘ TAILORESS WANTED' SCHOEN BROS. 934 East Pratt street. LADY cook wanted; good wages. Wood ruft 6262. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE, CURTAINS laundered. 25c a pair and car fare. Woodruff 7030. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. OAKLAND SEDANS Several slightly used 1920 models. These ears were used as demonstrators for a short time, some of them only a few weeks. They have all been looked over by our mechanics and are in per fect condition. For the follow ing week we will offer these cars at figures far below cost to us. Don’t miss this opportunity. L. F. JUSTICE MOTOR CO. 508-10 N, Delaware DON’T MISS THESE* BARGAINS. Buick touring, 1917; new paint, top and tirea. Dodge Roadster, 1918; perfect con dition. Maxwell Touring, 1921; just driven from factory. Stephens Touring, 1919; 5 cord tires; wire wheels. Stutz Sport Model; perfect running condition. Velie Touring, 1917; real buy at our price. Chevrolet Touring, 1919; like new. Interstate Sedan; in fine shape. Ford Coupe; a fine all weather car. Cash or terma. Open Sunday and Evenings. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO SALES CO. Main 224*. 235 North Penn. HONEST VALUES IN USED CARS We want you to be the judge. KING FOURSOME Sport model, thoroughly rebuilt, refln iaheJ In our own shop; It’s a benuty. CHEVROLET BABY GRAND Reflninhed. rebuilt, r.ew top; a dandy lifht car; look* Ilk* and priced right, HOLLIER 5-PAS. Just ready for delivery, light weight with plenty of power. ’ Terms if desired. DICKEY MOTOR SALES CO. 1027 North Meridian St. Phone. Circle 673. 3100. 3125. 3160 down will buy a good uaad car. We have Fords, Maxwells, Bulcks, Dodges and others, in fine shape, that we can sell you on a small down payment, balance 1 yaar. No red tape. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS. 618 N. Capitol. Open evenings. EMPIRE 60 TOURING NEW TOP AND CURTAINS, GOOD TIRES, PAINTED THIS SPRING. 48 W. 24T11 ST. NO. 6223. SCRIPPS BOOTH Five passenger. 6 cylinder, 1920 dem onstrator. See Mr. Smith, 431 North Capitol avenue. CHEVROLET F. A. touring; now top. You will get a bargain In this car at half price. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Market street. Main 6716. PATHFINDER 6, touring. 5 tires; excellent shape: easy terms. Just the thing for taxi. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Market. Main 6716. FORD roadster, late 16; will be sold at big sacrifice if sold at once. CITY AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.. 1011 North Illinois. Main 8852. OVERLAND 88, electrically equipped. Must be sold at once. Terms If It's necessary. 1011 North Illinois. Main 3852. OAKLAND touring car for sale or trade; good running condition. Prospect 496. 953 East Minnesota. CHEVROLET '490” touring; good tires. Your own terms If desired. DIETZ JA24ES. 334 East Market. Main 5716. FOR£ coupe. 1917; good tires and paint; Hasaler shocks; A-l condition. Call Harrlsdm 2624. AUTO \r sale; Ford touring; good con dition; Lprivgte owner; bargain. 224 E. FratL INDIANA DAILx TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. RELIABILITY is THE SECRET of our GREAT SALES in RECONSTRUCTED CARS The condition of ears re constructed by Lathrop-Mc- Farland is notoriously good. Indianapolis car buyers have learned that these re constructed used cars are al ways exactly as represented. In other words, we have taken all the gamble out of purchasing a used car. Prove our statements by examining the offerings list ed below. See the cars and ride in them. Bring a good judge of cars with you. 1919 Cole Aero 8, seven passenger touring, refin ished Rolls-Royce blue. Price, $2,250. 1918 Maxwell touring, re finished Rolls-Royce blue. Price, $650. 1920 Cole, four-passenger sportster, refinished Napier green. Price, $2,350. 1920 Maxwell touring, refinished Napier green. Price, $925. 1920 Davis coupe, refin ished Packard blue. Price $2,250. 1918 Maxwell roadster, re finished dark green with cream wheels. Price $650. 1917 Cole 860 touring car, refinished Rolls-Royce blue with white wheels. Price, $1,350. 1919 Maxwell touring, refinished Napier green. Price, $725. 1918 Oakland sedan, refin ished Brun gray. Price, $1,350. [NWWBfi| 418-24 N. Capitol ave. “It pays to see us be fore buying.” Easy Terms A small cash payment with the balance in a year, buys any of the following cars: Oakland roadster, wire wheels, 1920; S2OO. Oakland touring, extra . equipment, 1920. Maxwell touring, refinished, 1917. Chevrolet touring, 4-90, 1916. Franklin roadster, 1918. Ford touring, like new, 1919. Haynes touring, wire wheels, 1917. Overland touring, 1916. Oakland touring, 1917. Oakland touring, Model 32, 1916. Buick 6 touring, 1918. Dodge touring, 1918. L. F. Justice Motor Cos. 510 N. Delaware st. 3100 BUYS A GOOD USED CAR WILL CONSIDER YOUR OLD CAR AS FIRST PAYMENT _ . Down. Weekly. Bulck touring |IOO 36.00 Ford touring 100 600 Ford touring 125 g.oo Pullman touring 100 .00 Case touring 100 6.00 Oakland 4 100 6.00 Wtllys-Knlght touring 150 6.00 Grant touring 100 6.00 Maxwell touring 160 600 NO BROKERAGE. AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO.. 657-59 N. Capitol ave. Open evenings. MJTOREPAIRBAND aUPPLI EB. MIDWEST TIRES Thirty per cent off list price; a 5.000- mlle guaranteed tire at a real saying. Mid west beat quality tubes at a reasonable price. Tires and tubes of all sizes. It pays to see me first. M. F. MEGEL. 707 MASS. AVE. Auto. 27-909. AUTOW ASHING Our Specialty. 322-334 North Illinois 8 & S Auto Laundry WRITE, PHONE OR CALL UB for pHr'ii on Goodyear solid ond pneumatic tires for truck and passenger cars. J. G-jedel hoofer Wagon Cos., 202 Kentuoky ave. AUTOMOBILE TOPS recovered and sloe curtains repaired at THE JOHN GUED ELHOEFER WAGON CO., 202 Kentucky avenue. ONE-MAN aut) topa, side curtains, seat and radiator coven. PERFECTION AUTO TOP CO., 1107 Udell street. North 643. GET OUR truck and automobile rubber tire price. THE JOHN GUEDEL HOEFBR WAOON WE PUT on the best aide wire tires or,' automobiles, trailers and trucks. 263 Kentucky avan. AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOH HlKg AUTOS FOR KENT—D your own driv. lug. U-Drlve Auto Service at Hooaier Laundry. Hear Keith's theater. Mala 5611. GARAGES TO LET. ~~~ GARAGE for three machines. Apply 614 South Illinois street. LOSERS, weepers, finders, keepers, but not #0 if you use a Times Want ad. SILENT SALESMEN Or in other words, ‘ ‘ Times Want Ads.” They bring new customers and keep the old ones. They increase sales and build profits. They work day and night and never lay off. Thousands of substantial readers use them. Why don’t you? Call Main 3500 today and employ one. AUTOMOBILES—WANTED. WANTED , AUTOMOBILES. 100 CARS AT ONCa LARGEST BUYERS AND SELLERS OF USED CARS IN THE STATE. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE COMPANY. •15 N. CAPITOL. MAIN 1555. AUTO. 53-015, AUTOS WANTED We pay high cash prices for used cars. No delay. Quick action. AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO. 555 N. Capitol Ave. 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 W pay cuh. No delay for your money. It 1s here for you. Come In or call. I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. 515 N. Illinois st Main 157*. Auto 21-061. W# also buy Junk care. MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. THEY HAVE ARRIVED. I*2o EXCELSIOR TWIN. MERZ MOTOR CO., 456-62 Maas. Ava. HAKLEY-D.WIDSON Motorcycles and Bicycles Johnson Motor Wheel* ERNEST HUGHES 556-55 Mm. Ava. Mala 54*4. CASH paid for alt kinds of motorcycle* FLOYD PETERMAN. 6*o Massachu setts avenue. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE REASON ABLE TERMS.. Four-room cott*go. beautifully* decor rated, electric lights, gas. water, back porch, located in good neighborhood on South East st. Price 32.200; J7OO cash and |2O per month. Four-room cottage. In good condition electric lights, gas. water and a real bargain at 31.400, 1500 cash, balance lIS per month. Call Mr. Ridgeway. TIBBS BOSE REALTY COMPANY. Circle 43*. Auto. 27-43*. Nights. North 775* HOME FOR COLORED On paved street near ear line. 4 rooms, gas, water and electric light* Price 12,660; *4OO cash, $22.50 month. This la a snap. Dunlop & Holtegel, Realtors —Y NICK cozy 7-room home '' ’c I on Congress uve.. close "M'i / I to Illinois car line. —R’’ Strictly modern. Double garage. House In fine condition. Will take *4.500 cash or 14.760 terms. *I.OOO rssh and *4O per month. Call for Mr. \ ance. with Geo. A, Lucas, 208 Ameri can Central I-lfe Bldg. Circle 6600. LOTS *l5O to *350 each. For sale on Improved streets northeant, two squares from street car. Terma. A. P. Zainey SPLENDID 6-room cottar®. 1646 Union atreot, only 12,260; 6-room modarn double north, $5,600; two cott*f#s near Hacrod lUart achool, urmi Sears & Harvey Cos. 3500 CASH WILL BUY siz-room double, located on English ave. Electric lights, gas, well and cistern; large lot. Kzcellent condition. Balance 335 a month. Price 33.500, See Mr. Bodlne. SCHMID A SMITH, REALTORS Maln_4oS* 134 Js T . Delaware st. SH RIV EII A Vls. Beautiful bungalow north of Twenty eighth street: 5 rooms, modern through out; lo;tg living room, two bedrooms, hardaood floors, full bassment. garage. Price 34.500; part cash. STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. Main 4517. Res. n FOR SALE—Three slx-rom and one eight 'room house t beautiful University Heights; easy payments or good discount for cash. See properties tiny evening, Saturday afternoon or Monday forenoon. Stop 4, Greenwood line WILLIAM IS. HAND, University Heights. IMM KdTaTE - POSSESS! ON Five-room cottage In a desirable location, gau. electric lights, well and cistern. Hou > newly painted and decorated. Price 32.500, 3500 cash and 325 a month. See Elder. SCHMID A SMITH, INC. REALTORS. Main 4038. 184 N, Delaware st, FINE neighborhood; has cherry, peach. plum, grape and raspberry; cement walks. Also suburban corner lot; 1,000 raspberries, 30 peach, cement walks. Price 3500 each. Would trade for small bus iness or good car. Address 537 Livingston avenue. BEAUTIFUL high, large level lot, half square of Maple road boulevard (33th st.), only two squares southeast of fair grounds. Fine Investment or building site. Will sell to good party on easy payment*; 310 cash, 31.50 weekly. Price only 3525. Get busy. 540 Lerncke Annex. Main 1409. F( )R SAL E-LOT ~ on Layman avenue, north of Thirtieth street, close to Pendleton pike; cheap, cash. By owner HOWARD WILSON. 2726 Adams street, A FINK new never occupied six-room colonial style home, a big lot, double garage, bullt-ln features, hardwood floors, full laundry equipped, basement. A beautiful home In a high-grade district. Very liberal terms. Washington 1079. WROOM DOUBLE, EAST 13,600. 31.200 cash, balance 335 per month. Fhone Circle 332. A FINE new five-room bungalow Includ ing breakfast room, bullt-ln features, big wooded lot. An ideal home In a high-grade district. Very liberal terrna can be made. Washington 1079. SEMI-MODERN five rooms; cement walks, immediate possession; also four rooms, outbuildings and fruit; all In fine condl 1 tlon. Address 537 Livingston’ avenue. FOR SALE—Large ~bul Idlng, 15 living rooms; 2 storerooms rent 384; for Jo.ooo cash. DYNES REALTY CO., 127 North Delaware street. Main 5762'. _ MODERN six rooms; first-class condition; possession oi abort notice. Price rea sonable. Tern s. By owner at 418 South Rural street. ■ COMER ave,* 31 cash and 31 weekly; sewer in arid paid. Price 3240. I. N. RICHIE A Won, 151 East Market street. REAL ESTATE—FOR ALE. NEW BUNGALOW, EAST Near St. Phillip Nerl church; long liv ing room, fireplace, hardwood floors, large basement, large front porch; decorated; *I,OOO cash, balance payments. New bungalow south. Five rooms, modern, Improved street; *I,OOO cash, $36 per month. NEW BUNGALOW EAST Gladstone ave., E. Washington car line; long living room, large basement. Large lot, east front, paved street; *I,OOO cash, balance monthly. Double north, *5,000. Five room modern. Central avenue car line; half cash. HOME, EAST Modern, 6 rooms, story end half; oak floors and finish; Improved street; deep lot; east front, 34,600 cash.' W. L. BRIDGES. Realtor. 336-9 K. of P. Bldg. Main 4114. ROOMING HOUSE HOME Nine rooms, really modern; five sleep ing rooms arid bath upstairs; hardwood floors. Big lot on two alleys. Easy terms. The Mac Lead Realtor Main 4583. Harrison 1904. A GOOD BUY at *3,000; *SOO cash, balance on easy terms. Party leaving city. Seven rooms; electric lights, city water and gas, cis tern; sink In kitchen. See Mr. Mclnteer, with I. N. Richie & Son. 151 Bast Market St. Main 620, Evenings, Irvlngtou 3597. INDIANA TRUST CO. Sells real estate, collects rent write* fire insurance. I HAVE all kinds of homes on south side; singles and doubles. Cash or payments. Call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m. LOTS—Some choice ones, east of Fair Grounds; very cheap; payments. ROB BRT6. 1n 4 Peoples Bank bldg REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN. LARGE, beautiful lota In Wayne park. Just off of West Washington street, which It being paved; $1 down. *1 week. Will take you out In our automobile at your convenience. OSCAR LEE, 1003 City Trust Main 915 ONE acre south near Meridian street, 4- room house, 32.300; *3OO cash, *2O monthly. W. H. COOPER & CO., S3B Lemcke Bldg. REAL ESTATE—WANTEdT" WANTED—ReaI estate. I will buy sev eral small cottages. RUSSE HART MAN. 224 North Delaware street. FARMS—FOR SALE. 126 ACRES, good buildings, good location. *8,600, 32,500 cash down, mortgage for balance. Eighty-seven acres. Improve ment*. well located. *4.000. 12,500 cash, time on balance. Write for list. B. A. ROBERTS. Scottsburg, Ind. 26* ACRES. limestone soil; 75 bottom. 45 timber; good 8-room bouse; good barn and other outbuilding* Price ISO per acre. H. L. POLLOCK. Otlsco. Ind. PERSONALS. ~ _ NOTICE. Notice te hereby given that the under signed will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his wife who deserted him on July 6, 1920. and whose name Is Martha lieitkam. CHARLES P. HEIT KAM I AILO KS AND CLfcAW£H6. IF YOU want the best fitting and the beat made clothes you ever wore, see W. G. SCHNEIDER, 39 West Ohio Street. To your measure, *45. *SO. *55. *6O and up. Be sure you are In the right place. CLEANING—PRESSING —REPAIRING ’ (work called for) Genta’ suit* cleaned and pressed. Ladles’ suits cleaned and pressed. All work guaranteed. FLETCHEIt AVE. GARMENT CLEANERS. 10*5 Fletcher ave. Prospect 4*3. ~ DETECTIVE*. ~ Ouigley-iiyland Agency Civil and Crlirlnal Investigator* *l4-589 La* bldg Main 26. MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE. LOOK r / What Schneider Wants > ' You to Do. BUY IT NOW While the August Reduction Sale Is Oh 140 coat and trousers to your measure now *32.60. *45 coat and trousers to your measure now )l*. 150 coat and trousers to your msasurt now *4O. I*o coat and trousers to your measure now *4l. *75 suit to your measure now *6O. *7O suit to your measure now *6*. *65 suit to your measure now *53. *6O suit to your measure now *43. *55 suit to your measure now *44. *6O suit to your measure now *4O. *45 suit to your measure now *36. Trousers and overcoats In proportion. W. O. SCHNEIDER, 39 West Ohio Street. Be sure you are In the right place. Match lour Coat HffH with a pair of / | \ TROUSERS I j| THE PANTS \1 / STORE CO 1 I Two Store* \. I])' 4S w. Ohio. & Si 111) E. Market. V *1 Close 6P. M. Saturday 9 P. M. Quit Wearing Ready-Made MITS We make them to jj your measure for LEON TAILORING CO. 131 E. NEW YORK. Up one flight. FOR SALE—Grocery ice box, Angldile scales, like new, cash register, two! show cases, square meat block. glass front, cabinet counter. Belmont 26. FOR SALE—Our entire stock of Bibles, books, charts, frames.- pictures at cost. THE J. ADAMS CO., 407 Madison avenue. LEATHER and oak beauty chair at a bar gain. Circle 3413. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MOVE BY red BALL TRANSIT. REMEMBER—WE INSURE YOUR LOAD We move anything—aijy time—anywhere" Some prices we caiy' quote on five-day Booking. Indlanapods to or from* Chl cugo. 3126; Detroit. J 150; Cincinnati. JS6; Louisville, 385; Akron, 0.. 3200; Ft. mdnti*' Call At* Prices to other points, call /aln 4631 before you move We can save y„u money. ¥ move. R ®| D , BALL TRANSIT 00.. _ Capitol avefcu*. Qrr \/S\ [f storauk cheapest )n W R £ TES IN CITY. CALL L* It Ls - Every thing at rea if I II sonablo price. Packed. \IJI II shipped anywhere, - Locked room If desired. West Henry. Main 4616. S-Aji.l. SIiA.NK for the uw>[ service in p A c!l * n t. shipping and trmg -tJ-329 jersey St. Ms in 202*. YAffiCE The Times Want ad route to reach wie home. MISCELLANEOUS—WANTED. LEW SHANK Pars best prices in city Mr household goods and fixtures of all kinds. 337 North New Jersey street. Main 2013. CLOTHING; men's suits, ladles’ and chll - ™ en ' a ehoes Os all sizes. Ask for MRS. LEE. Proapect 0466. household goods. First Cal! off Winter Our rebuilt stoves cost less, wear as well, look as food and can be bought on same terms as new stoves. Our line in cludes all standard makes, such as: Florence Hot Blasts. Nubian Hot Blasts. Buck Hot Blasts. Garland Hot Blasts. Palace Hot Blasts. Jewel Hot Blasts. Golden Hot Blasts. Clermont Hot Blasts. Coles Hot Blasts. Model Hot Blasts. Radiation Home Baseburners. Garland Baseburners. Cannon Stoves, Furnace Heaters, Drums and all kinds and sizes of stove* Cash or payments. Baker Bros. WE WANT TO BUY good furniture, rugs, office and store fix ture* We pay more than other dealer* Call Cooperlder. USED GOODS STORE. Main 2288. 70 IN AUGUST What will It be In November? Frost kills the uncovered flowers and plants that defy him. Winter will chill the man who neglects to buy his stove early. You wouldn’t start on a trip without an extra tire. Don’t let winter find you without stoves. Be wise. Buy now. All standard makes—low prices—small down payments—easy terms. Baker Bros. 219-225 E. Washington st. GOOD USED KUG S. We have the largest selection In Indi anapolis of high-grade used rugs; all sizes, at prices that will please you. USED GOODS STORE. 424 Massachusets ave. FOR furniture and stoves, try KROOT & KROOT. 607-9 West Washington. Circle 2943. BEAUTIFUL antique parlor suite, with 8-foot mirror to match. Prospect 5383. BRASS bed for sale; good as new. 3171 Kenwood. North 5447. MUSICAL INBTRUMENTBT~ S6OO Kurtzman Piano Plain mahogany case. Thoroughly overhauled in our own shop* Week end special price, $335.00* This is one of the beet values we have ever offered. See or phone Mr. Grey with PEARSON PIANO CO. 128 North Pensylvania. Main 1399. $650 Artemis Player Excellent condition; oak case: practi cally as good as new; very special price $495 See or phone Mr. Grey, with Pearson Plano Cos., 128 North Pennsylvania. Main 1309. BALDWIN UPRIGHT PIANO. Beautiful mahogany case. Ilka new; big value at 3290 Terms 31.50 per week. E. L. LENNOX PIANO CO., 16 North Meridian St. BEGINNERS’ violins, mandolins, guitars; bargains. TUTTLE. 201 Indiana Ave FINE player piano. 340 down and 34 per week. North 4221. I ;■ ," •’,- LIVE STOCK AND VEHICLES. FOR SALE—Car load lowa horses and mares; all 5 years olds. Call feed lot, southwest corner Washington and Mls rourl. ONE Hampshire male hog; good color; thoroughbred. Southport 81, J-l. CO ALA ND WOOD FOR BALE. ILLINOIS LUMf 39.00 L. H. BAIN COAL CO. Main 2151. Main 3531. LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby given, that the under signed has duly qualified as administra tor of estate of John F. Dalton, Sr., de ceased. late of Marlon county. Indiana. Said estate la aupposed to be solvent. No. 18440. JAMES F. DALTON. FjNANCiAwT~~~ WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE REAL ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WE PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS. MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS LISTED AND UNLISTED. INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO. FRANK K. SAWYER. Prea. Fifth floor Indlanapolia Securities Bldg. Southwest corner Delaware and Market. Second Mortgage Real estate loans made on good farms and Improved city properties. UIB RALTER FINANCE COMPANY. 108 N. Delaware street. Main I*lß. WE MAKE second mortgages on farm or city property. AETNA MTQ. AND INV. CO. Main 7101. 508 Fidelity Trust Bldg. INSURANCE In all branches. AUBREY D. PORTER. 016 Peoples Bank Bldg. Main 7048. LOANS on Diamonds; tk% per month. BURTON JEWELRY CO- 61 Mona- Thant. Marriage Licenses Joseph Gordon. 102 North Alabama.. 82 Jean Stewart. 112 North Alabama 20 Clifton Patterson, 325 East Lousl nna street 30 Ituth Banyon, 313 Erie street 24 Fred Jackson, St. laiuls. Mo 25 Mary Fisher. 1335 Central avenue.... 20 William McCormick, 225 North Capi tol avenue 23 Edna Herrmann, 339 North East st... 23 Louis K. Marx. Huntington. Ind 38 Irma Behrens. 2735 North Meridian st. 27 Harry DeWitt. Emerson avenue 24 Kuthle Wessehus, Emerson avenue.... 22 Eilwiu K. Lay, 884 Hamilton avenue. 23 Erma Turk, Indianapolis 24 Births E. C. and Marcell Rice. 1333 Hoyt ave., girl. Leo and Gertrude Harman, 1020 Ash land, girl. James and Mamye Luck, 2161 Ringold st.. boy. Harry and Isa Robertson, 1134 Teeum seh st.. boy. Frederick and Katherine Weaver, 1024 W. New York st., girl. Cleveland and Hanna Wagoner, City hospital, girl. Victor and Irlne Wlntcrrowd, Bt. Vin cent’s hospital, girl. James and Ethel Gavin. St. Vincent’* hospital, boy. Charles and Elsie Overton, 546 Birch, girl. John and Eunice Clardy, 1115 Hudson st.. boy. Leo and Agnes Budenz, St. Vincent's hospital, girl. David and Julia Kerstand, St. Vin cent’s hospital, girl. Martin and Ora Sonntag, Protestant Deaconess hospital, girl. Omer and Vanessa Parrln, 2124 All Free st.. boy. William and Ella Dorsey, 547 W. 11th st., boy. Deaths Reuben J. Butler, S9, 132 W. 14th st., bronchial pneumonia. Florence Walker. 33. 6600 E. Washing ton st.. tuberculosis of bone. Raymond J. Grotendlck, 34, 821 N. Pennsylvania st., flat No. 25, acute dilata tion of heart. Mattie Florence, 57, 93i Fayette, chronic myocarditis. Helen Phennessee, 5, 727 W. 25th st., tubercular pneumonia. Katherine Boltinghouse, 9 months, 403 IV South, Ueo colitis. Frederick L. Hergt, 77, 1632 E. Wash ington st., chronic myocarditis. Willie Robinson. 15. City hospital, frac tured skull, accidental. Ira C. Taylor, 70, rear 3522 Ruckle st., arteriosclerosis. Robert T. Buckmaler, 8 months, 926 Chadwick st., broncho pneumonia._ Ora Smith, 1 month, 520 W. lith st., double pneumonia. sheep mm of new™ : '?i LIKEANCpH Two Ends of Business Are asr Wall Street Compared to Biblical Industries. By FREDERIC J. HASKIX. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Aug. 28.—Thl city is headquarters for one of • the greatest wool-growing sections tn the world, and, incidentally, for one of the most picturesque of American Industries. The whole southwest is characterised by a striking contrast between an oid, crude civilization which is dying out and anew and modern one, which is almost explosively alive. This modern current of life has trickled in along the railroads somewhat incongruously and with surprising re sults, like water let into a desert by means of an irrigating canal. But a few miles back from the rail roads. the leisurely, picturesque life of the old Spanish-Indian regime goes Us way little disturbed. So Albuquerque is a thriving town, much more metropolitan for its size than a similar town in the east, and as thor oughly American as chewing gum. But within a day's ride of it are Mexi can villages where witchcraft. Is still practiced and where they still thrash grain as in biblical times, by driving a flock of goats around the thrashing floor. BUSINESS OF CONTRASTS. This contrast is nowhere better seen than in the sheep business. Its commercial machinery .of buying and selling and Insuring, centered hew in Albuquerque, is as modern as Wall street. It is carried on by shrewd and worried looking men who drive enormous dis tances in high-powered cars, watch the stock market with keen intensity, and take frequent trips to New York and Boston. But the actual care of the sheep is in the hands of Mexicans, who carry on their trade as it was carried on for gen erations before the railroads and the gringoes came. A change is coming slowly In this end of the business, too. The tendency is to raise more food for the sheep, buiid more shelters and more fences, improve the breed and take bet ter care of the stock. But this change is coming slowly. For the must part, the sheep are still raised on the open range as they were a hun dred yeiri ago. For thi work Mexicans are indispensa ble, and their methods and habit* are as unchanging as the mountains. The sheep range is most of the state. Part of it is public land, part of it is in the great Spanish land grants, and part under the forest service, bnt alto gether it is a stretch of mountain and desert and mesa land, unfenced, untamed and untamable. To realize tbe sweep and emptiness of it you must see it. There are many high points from which you can look across hundreds of miles of wilderness and see nothing that you can certainly identify as the work of men. The sheep are ranged in the mountains during the summer, and are driven down to the barren looking mesa lands when the first snows come. They are brought together once a year for shearing and dipping at some head quarters. The rest of the time the steep herders (never called shepherds in this country) follow them across the range. It is common for these men to be away from home for six months, and they have been known to stay for eighteen months. They are iazy fellows, but they know sheep as well as they know themselves, and they have one great virtue—they will stay with the herd, v These men are not usually inspired by any great loyalty to their employer, but they are inspired by a loyalty to the sheep which is almost instinctive. They are of peon stock and no doubt In the old days the peon who deserted the sheep fared badly. There was a whipping-post and can of-nine tails waiting for uim at best and a load from a musket at worst. For practical reasons he would rather die with the herd in a blizzard than come home without it Thus loyalty to the sheep has become almost a race trait with the Mexicans, and one of inestimable value to tha grigo capltalUis who own the sheep anc take down the profits. Tne sheep herder gets his bacon and beans and perhaps S4O a month. ORGANIZED LIKE ARMY. The organization of a sheep outfit 1* as exact as- that of an army The owner of all the sheep Is known to his employes as el patron (the bnssi. The sheep are divided into small herds and in charge of each three herds is a sort of superior officer or overseer, who probably bears the title of caporal. In Immediate chargo of each herd is a chief herder known somewhat grandly as the mayodomo, and he has an as sistant herder known as the ayudante and a cook and packer called Campero. Each of these officers treats his Im mediate superior with a certain defer ence, and is proud of his own authority. The caporal is directly responsible to the patron for the sheep in his charge, und he in turn holds the mayodonoa oliectly responsible. He accepts excuses no more than did Napoleon. When everything goes well the life of the sheep herder on tbe range, especially in the summer, is not a hard one; but all sorts of dangers menace these troops of blatting foolish creatures, who are worth so much money and perish > easily. Drouth wipes them out, storm* over whelm them, coyote, wolf and mountain lion hang on the flanks of the herd and take regular toil. Weather is their worst enemy, and nowhere is tbe weather mono incalcula ble than in New Mexico. Throughout .most of the state, for ex ample. It Is #afe to leave the herds In the rich mountain range until October; snow seldom falls before November. But a few years ago winter came s month ahead of time, and a deep snow fell like the hand of death on hundreds of herds that were among the mountain tops, separated from the lowlands by deep canyons, where the drifts plied up higher than a man's head. Most of these herds that were mors than a day’s drive from safety perished to the last sheep. But there was one young caporal, who had his herds several days’ drive Into the mountains, but who saw the storm clouds coming, and started Just before the storm broke, with all three of his herds and all six of his men, In a des perate drive for safety. Soon the storm overtook them, and they moved through a phantom World of white and white wind-driven snow. Five days and five nights the young Caporal kept his men and his sheep on the move. The men wanted to quit and the sheep wanted to lie down, but be gave In to neither. Half cf the sheep fell dead from ex haustion. making a trail of their bodies all the way from timberline to desert, and the other half arrived at the low lands with every b.t of wool nibbled off their backs by their starving fellows. The men were staggering and half blind from fatigue and loss of sleep. But the Caporal had saved half of hla herds jwhere others had wholly lost, and he had lived up to the one high prin ciple of hts life—to stay with the herd. Many other such feats might be re corded, less dramatic, perhaps, but no less heroic.