Newspaper Page Text
INDIANA DAILY TIMES 25-19 S. Meridian St. PHONES —CLASSIFIED ADV. DEPT. Main *6OO Automatic 28-161 RATES. One lima t... 09 per Una 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.. .07 per line Six consecutive times 06 per line Contract rates on application. Legal notices 09 per line Lodges and club notices •. 76c per Insertion Church notices (1 inch or less) 60c per Insertion Over I Inch. .07 per line additional. Death notices, Ssc per Insertion. Card of Thanks or In Memorlam notices 07 per line Ads received until 10:30 a. m. for publication same day. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & BUCHANAN 320 North Illinois St. Funeral directors to the people of Indianapolis since 1887. Phones: Main 641-642. Auto. 22-641. INDIANAPOLIS CRE.MATORV. Ueorge Grinsteiuer Funeral director. 623 East Market. Old Phone Main 908. New Phone. A. M. Ragsdale. J. Walsn frice. John Paul Ragsdale. A. M. RAGSDALE CO. 323 North Delaware street J. C. WILSON ' 1230 Prospect. Auto. 61-671. Prospect 322. W. T. BLASENGYM 1626 Shelby st. Pt. 2670. Auto. 61-114. FUNERAL DIRECTORS— WM E. KRIEGER. New 21 154. Main 146* 1492 N. Illlnota S. GADB. 2130 Prospect st. Phones: Prospect 422. Automatic 82-278. UNDERTAKERS—HISEY * TITUB. *Tf North D-;. New M<n 1610 _ DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES. McGART ANDREW F.—Ape 69 years be loved husband of Mary E: McGary. passed away at residence. 1930 N. Talbott st., Thursday, Nov. 25. Funeral Saturday. Nov. 27 at SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral at 9 a. m Friends invited. Burial at Holy Crosa cemetery. Cincinnati papers please copy. THRUSH. MARY BELVA —Wife of Har rison Thrush, passed away at her home, 917 lowa st.. Wednesday, Nov. 24. 7:60 a. in. Funeral at the home Friday. Nov. 26. 2 p. m. Burial Crown Hill cemetery. Friends Invited. Dayton (O.) papers please copy. FRENCH. EDITH BRYANT—Age 30 years, beloved wife of Chauncey A. French, passed away Thursday, Nov. 25. Funeral at residence. 41 Johnson ave., Saturday. Nov. 27 at 2 p. m. Friends In vited. Burial Crown Hill. NOTICES. #VW^WVN/WN/VSr^VN/W\eVWVWS4NJVWW% Natureopathy. Swedish Massage Baths and gen eral treatments. Thorough satisfac tion. 119 East Vermont street. First floor front. Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. VIOLET Ray and Swedish massage Ml.sd DE YERE 17 H W. Ohio Main 8873. LOS T AM °_ F _° uN D. STOLEN—BIack and tan female hound. roan color on shoulders: 4 years old: answers to name Belle: medium sized; heavy built; reward 350 for any Informa tion. Call Auto. 23-905. Frank Lee, 872 Darnell, . ° LOST—Long-haired German poitce dog; black and tan; resembles collie. An swers to name of Duke. Return to Charles D. Pearce, Jr., 2877 Sutherland avenue. or phone North 837. Reward. LObT FRENCH BULLDOg! MOUSE COLORED. BAT EARS. SCREW TAIL. SPIKED COLLAR. REWARD. EDISON SHOP. MAIN 1797, LOST—Bifocal eyeglasses In black cases; tortoise rims; gold shaft. A. E. LARSH. Phone Main 2425. Reward. LOST—Child's white fur neckpiece last Saturday East Washington car or down town. Irvington 3195. LOST—Collie, pup, 3 months old; recently operated on; silver tipped tall: reward. Washington 3-'7B. LOST—(.old watch fob. Colleg- car. -Thursday night. Call Main 4497. Re ward. FOUND —Pocketbook on West Wash. car. Prospect 2986. HOUSES—TO LET. WE MOVE by track: local or overland; insurance fur nished free. Special rates on long-dls tance trips. Red Bail. Main 4831 BURNISHED HOUSES AND FLATS. BEAUTIFUL modern bungalow; 6 rooms furnished, large yard, garage: located -4834 Guilford ave. Call Main 845. ROOMS—TO LET. NEW JERSEY. 918 S-: X unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, heat anil lights furnished; reasonable. Prospect 5491, VERMONT. 32 W.; one square north of postofflce, connecting rooms for several young men; other rooms. Main 714*. PRATT street, IS* W. ; modern room, pri vate family, home privileges. gentle men preferred. Circle 1952. EAST, 345 N.; 2 connecting front rooms, modern; also other rooms; walking dis tance. Call Circle 3533. DELAWARE, 527 X.; modern; warm sleeping rooms, adjoining bath; walking distance. Main 3215. UNFURNISHED. 2 rooms. kitchenette; modern; heat, gas and electricity fur nished. North 7955. LARGE, modern furnished front room up stairs; suitable for two gentlemen. Call WcrVufT 472. • CENTRAL AVE., well furnished room; modern home; reasonable, references. Main 7380. FRONT room, adjoining bath: couple or ladies employed; reference. North 1928. THREE furnished rooms for light house keeping. by week or month. Circle 2302. FRONT room in private homi for two; references exchanged. Harrison 2164. ROOM for 1 or 2; private bath, private entrance: reference. North 5578. TWO light housekeeping rooms; private family. Call Prospect 4556. FURNISHED room, just off Coliege ave.; Call North 3401. ROOM, modern walking distance, gentle men preferred. Circle 5303. NICELY furnished sleeping room north. Circle 838. ' LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. NEW JERSEY. 313 S.; tw o furnished light housekeeping rooms; private home. Steam heat, gas range and sink in kitchen, 110 per week. Also one large light house keeping room, *3 per week. Call Pros pect 3152. BUSINESS CHANCER. DON'T PAY TOO MUCH FOR CLOTHES.. Nor pay too little There Is such a thing as a reasonable price—the happy medium that enables you to secure good style, good quality and good workmanship with out exorbitant cost. Our custom clothes have earned on this basis their reputation for real clothing value. Suits or overcoats to your measure at re duced prices, *36.50. $42.50, $47.30. $52.30 and up. Trousers and Full Dress suits In pro portion. W. G. SCHNEIDER. 33 West Oiho street. Be sure you are in the right place. ROOMING house on north side, eight fur nished rooms. 2 kitchenettes, one bath, two toilets. Call at 646 South Meridian from 1 to i p, m. ROOMING HOUSES. Cash or terms. MR. SEBIiEB, 40 North Delaware street. Main 5177. ROOMING HOUSE; 7 rooms. Only S4OO. MR. SEBREE. Main 5177. One best bargain* in automobiles are tinder Automobiles and Supplies la The -Times Want Ad columns. MALE HELP—-WANTED. WANTED —Boys to carry downtown Times routes. Call for MR. MOORE HEAD, between 2 and 4 any after noon. Circulation Dept. MEN to learn barber trade. TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE, 309 E. Washington st.. Indianapolis, Ind. Circle 767. SALESMEN—WANTED. / Stock Salesman Wanted We want five more live stock salesmen. Our proposition Is unusually attractive Borne choice territory with good leads cow open. Call at 40 Virginia ave. and let us show you one of our wonderful lit tle Ice refrigerating machines, making ice and refrigerations. Arctic Ice Machine Cos. 11-13 Arcade. * Main 4466. 0 HUSTLING SALESMAN. CA PABLE OF MANAGING CREW - OF HOUSE-TO-HOUSE CAN VASSERS; UNUSUAL OPPOR TUNITY TO RIGHT -MAN. CALL 312 CASTLE HALL BLDG. EXPERIENCED stock salesman for nrst class dividend paying securities of old establbiished Indiana corporation. Call at room 610 Board of Trade any Tuesday %r Wednesday, AGENTS—WANTED. WANTED —MEN FOR HOUSE TO-HOUSE CANVASSING; LIVE PROPOSITION; IMMEDIATE PAY"; GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS. APPLY 312 CASTLE BALL BLDG. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. GIRLS over 14 to wrap bundles, splendid chance for advancement. GOLDSTEIN BROTHERS, Washington and Delaware. "business ANNOUNCEMENTS. Blue serges and other suitings for sale by the yard at wholesale prices for ladles' tallor-paade suits. W. G. SCHNEIDER. 39 West Olho street. Be sure you are In the right place. BUSINESS SERVICES. SAVE I by having your old hata reno P) aated. Best work W* J In city, by Amer- Vican Hatters. INDIANAPOLIS HAT BLEACHERY 28 Kentucky Ave. Main 6179. fc^-jeTSEWING MACHINES y Rented, $3 per mo. All makes machines repaired. Every piece, part or screw for any aewtng ma t-nine White Sewing Machine Cos. Main 600. Auto. 25-216. 113 Mass. Ave FEATHERS Bought, mold, renovated, mattresses and pillows made to order. E. F. BURKLE. 416 Mass ave. Main 1428 New 23-776. WEMOVB by truck; local or overland: Insurance fur nished free, special rates on long-distance trips. Red Ball. Main 4631. “SAFETY RAZOR BLADES .bsrpsned TUTTLF.DGE 201 Indians avs FAMILY washings and curtains laun dered. Prospect 8107. Satisfaction guaranteed. VACUUM cleaners rented by day or week. Phone Circle 803. EX PERT CASH REii ISTER REPAIRING. 110 W. Ohio St. Circle 2294. FAMILY washings and curtains laundered. Prospect 8107. u - - - " Agency Civil aad Criminal Investigators. 825-1188 Law bldg. Main 2902. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. “HE BOUGHT A NASH” We have the following customers’ cars on sale at prices so low that you should see them before buying elsewhere. tulck E 44. roadster. Bulck K 45. touring. Bußk K 49. touring, 7-passenger. Dodge Sedan; like new. Monroe. Rex lop, touring. Overland 90, Rex top, touring Elgin Sport, 1920; disteel wheela Bulck K. sedan driven 1,200 miles; good as new. 5 cord tires. Bulck E 46 coupe; tip-fop shape, Keily- Springfleld cord tires. Oakland roadster, 1920; wire wheels; Parker cord tires. Cash or reasonable terms. LOSEY-NASII RETAIL CO. Main 3348 OVERLAND 4 COUPE 3F GIBSON STANDARD QUALITY * .Still covered by rectory guar antee. A sturdy 1920 model that has been driven less than 2.500 miles. la in excellent condition thioughout. Equipped with wire wheels ami ail gooil tires. Small initial payment, piy the balance as you rid**. Used car depart ment, second floor. TIIE GIBSON COMPANY, Capitol Avenue at Michigan. MAXWELL ROADSTER A keen little roadster that la light and economical to operate. Has been overhauled and fault lessly repainted. Easy terms If deeded. Used car department, second floor. THE GIBSON COMPANY, Capitol Avenue at Michigan. Grant 6 Touring, good me clianial condition, good tires. trade on Ford touring car. Icyington 3363. V AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. , | In Buying A USED • CAR You are dependent largely on the honesty and sin cerity of others. Nordyke & Marmon Company have proved their citizenship In many years of honesty in business In Indianapolis. ESTABLISHED 1854. A large, rapidly changing stock of used cars In many sizes, styles and prices—always on hand. Special Oldsmobtle roadster. 1918 model, In excellent me chanical condition, good tires, top, etc. Price s 3650. LOCAL BRANCH Nordyke <& Marmomi Company MERIDIAN AT ELEVENTH ST.. INDIANAPOLIS. 1920 OVERLAND TOURING DF GIBSON QUALITY STANDARD Driven !e* than 6.900 miles. Hae had the beet of care by for mer owner. The reasonable price and easy' term* will Immediately win your decision. Used cxr department, second floor. THE GIBSON COMPANY, Avenue at Michigan. OVERLAND COUNTRY CLUB A "snappy" little sport car . painted a rich green. Haa been overhauled end 1* In excellent con dition. Has wire wheels end all good tires. Term* If desired. Used car department, second floor. THE GIBSON COMPANY, Capitol Avenue at Michigan. OVERLAND 85-4 A staunch touring car that 1* In txcallent condition. Ha* ben overhauled and faultlessly re painted by our expert*. Eaiy terms can be arranged. Used car department, second floor. THE GIBSON COMPANY, Capitol Avenue at Michigan. EITHER NEW OR USED CARS. INVESTIGATE OUR YEAR PLAN. “YOU SELECT THE CAR. WE FURNISH THE MONEY” AUTOMOBILE FUNDINO CO. 912-13 Hume-Manßur Bldg. 3100 3125 down will buy a good used car. We have Fords, Maxwells. Bulcks. Dodges and others In fine shape that we can sell you on a small down payment, balance one year. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS. 518 N. Capitol. Open evenings. Monroe Roadster, starter, five good tires. DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES CO. 963 N. Meridian Street. Main 942. Auto. 22-125. WE h&vu several touring cars and road sters. Will trade for diamonds, stock or equities In city property. 33 4 E. Market street. Main 5718. FORD tourings wanted. 235 N. Pennsyl vania street A UTO M 6 BI LES—SALE OR TRADE. if- SEDAN. 140. or trad for new Ford touring. Trvintgon 8590. AUTOMOBILES—WANTED. I WANT YOUR CAR and will pay you caah 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 guarantee highest cash price for your car. INDI’LS. AUTO PARTS & TIRE CO. 618 N. Cap. Ave. Main 2638. Auto. 22-013. ~ AUTOS WAXTKI> ~ I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. 619 N. Illinois St. Main 1579. Auto. 22-063. AUTOS wanted; highest cash prices; m> delay; quick action. AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO.. 555 N. Capitol. MOTORCVCLEB AND BICYCLES. BUY THE BOY A BICYCLE FOR CHRITSMAS. SIO.OO down, $2.00 per week. ERNEST HUGHES CO. 534-36 Mass. Ave. Main 6404. MOTORCYCLE and bicycle repairing, we buy. sell and exchange all kinds. L. FRENCH & SON. Prospect 5938. CASH paid fur ail kinds of motorcycle* FLOYD PETERMAN. ICO Massachu. eetts avenue. Autos and truck* for" hi he U-DRIVB ’EM. Automobiles rented to drive yourself. MARKET MOTOR SERVICE. M S. Market st. Mata <U. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1920. FIGURES DO NOT LIE Unless a liar makes the figures, but the best way to “cut a figure” is to use Times Want Ads and figure among the thousands who are daily benefiting by their use. A trial will convince you that these figures do not lie. Call Main 3500 or Auto. 28-351. - J AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES. AUTO TOPS BROKEN CELLULOID replaced and repaired In your curtains, while you wait. Curtains made to open with the door. DELAWARE GARAGE Main 119. 215 X. Delaware. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING. The better Claes. The kind that lasts and satisfies. WILBUR JOHNSON CO.. 133 S. Hast st. Phones: Prospect 6868. New 24-636. BATTERIES. * New and guaranteed for any car. Rebuilt, repaired, recharged. Open until 9 p m. BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO. 607 Mags. Ave. Main 3145. Don't Wait Till Christmas! Now Is the time to get that car painted for your spring driving. FLEMING & REED 110 82 E. New York Bt._ Auto washing Our Specialty, 123-334 North lUlnola S & S Auto Laundry DOW NTOWN TYRE! SHOP. VULCANIZING that gives satisfaction. 36 Kentucky avenue. Main 1137. * CITIZENS AUTO REPAIR. Rear 3341 N. Capitol avenue. OVERLAND TRANSPORTATION. MOVE furniture by the dependable service. All shipments Insured. SUN BEAM LINES. Main 3841. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE. PERSHING AYE. BARGAINS Six room*, gas. ei*ctr!o lights and city watsr. In on* of the bent locations west This Is a real bargain If sold at once. Price |3.26<L suoo < ash and balance like rent. Gall Mr. Elder Evenings Irvington 34 o#. Schmid & Smith. 131 North Delaware. Main 4088. MODERN BUNGALOW, EAST Hag 5 rooms nnd bath. In good condi tion on paved street. This U a pre-war bargain. Price 34,100. part cash ami bal ance eaay payment*. Party leaving city and must tell at once. Cal! me at once. Mr. MrMclnteer, with I. N. Richie *Jc Son. Main 520. 303 .Security Ulo k Irv. 3597. KLETUHKU ave. in 1400 bb<k, beauti ful semi-modern home. 7 rooms. bath, electric lights, km.*. b:*ernent, iurge g*- rag* fur 3 or 4 cars or hop. Fine condi tion. full lot, in good neighborhood, brick street, now empty. Immediate pos session. Price 14.50 U <>n terms to v!t you. FA HIS. 313 Hum** -Mansur. Main 4071 or evenings Circle 47<f. ~ S3OO CASH balanc* monthly, new 5-room cottage with bath, electric lights and gas; good loca tion west. Speedway ave. Price only 13,350. KuifSß Hartman NORTH SIDE HOME. MOVE RIGHT IN Thl* well built newly painted 5-room home, enclosed rear porch, splendul base ment, flrst-claas furnace, convenient bath room, two sleeping rooms and Urge liv ing room $*,850. ivV ter rim. MARION COUNTY BTATK HANK. 310 CAfGI. then only 31.25 weekly secures a beautiful, large, high, level lot In that good section c’oe# to Thirty-Eighth street and two squares southeast of fair grounds, pile* this week only 3525. 640 Lentcke Annex. Main 1409. "i'. i oi e >.< >k fn Annuel business about 3150,000 Will lump for 31 000 or invoice. Will trade for good rental property. ■„ Frank S. Clark <£ Cos. f B t till • Mnlr 3177. TEN-ROOM modern house, north, oppo site Art Institute on Pennsylvania at.; first floor of roomuimml as family home. Income from five r om* on set find floor and from 4 g*rag-H I* 1164 j r mouth Can io seen by appointment, lsaving ■ telephone Goud Sab* fur cash; $5.5 room modern home. Cull Irv ington 538,250 S. Sherman drive. FOR HA LK—“Klgh t - room houee, modern j throughout, with garage. Price right, j North Sheffield In first square. Will be : shown by appointment only. MARTIN MORONKY. STRICTLY modern and almost new double house, east front, paved street. Rent 3 90. Reasonable terms. Washing ton 10 79. fine modern home, almost new, hnrd wood floors, sun room, boulevard street. Can arrange terms. Wo hit gton 1079. IF you are v,anting bargains In property on south side in singles and doubles, call Prospect 6181 after 4 p. ni, DOUBLE, Rural, near Washington: five rooms, modern, paved street, 3760 cash, balance monthly. Main 187, REAL ESTATE-SALE OR TRADE. FOR HALE or trade, nice 6-room bunga low send modern on East Vermont st s Walking distain Would trade for flr.-t ---claas rooming house and cash. MRS. DAISY LANCASTER. 1061 U.lell street LOT S FOR SALE. LARGE, beautiful lots In Wayne park. Just off of West Washington street, which Is being paved; $1 down. $1 week. Will lake >ou out in our automobile at your convenience. OSCAR LEE, ItiUi City Trust. Main 915. REAL ESTATE—WANTED. WANTED—HAST Five or six-room house by party willing to pay cash. Must be In good condition Yours may suit us. Call at once. Mr. Hearn. THE UNION TRUST CO. Main 1576. Residence. Harrison 1024. HAVE customer for tdx or seven-room modern homo north or east; also for 6 room bungalow mid double. Call us if your property is for sale. Main 107, or 142. CAKI fr,UYKII for a Tve or six-room home south; must be In good condition. Yours may suit. Call us at once, Mr. Hearn. UNION TRUST CO. Main 1576. Residence, Harrison 1024. I WANT a home east or south; am willing to pay cash for a home based on pro war prices. Address A No. 1110, Times. HAVE buyers for property south; can pay reasonable amount down. See MR HURST. 112 E. Market street. ROOMING houses wanted. Call MR* SEBREE. Main 5177. FARMS—FOR SAL£. FOR SALE or exchange; 120 acres in Martin County, Indiana; 00 acres Im proved and very best land; good build ings; well fenced; on two public roads. Like stock of merchandise or other prop erty. Also other properties to deal G. W. (TUI 1 . Mantifleld, O. AI,At!VMA Alfalfa, corn and grass land; fertile, rolling, healthy, beautiful! cheap; the real "Argentine of America ’’ Write MeCLURE’S UOOD LAND AGENC Y, Demopolls, Ala. 32 ACRES Improved, IVi miles south of Trafalgar. $4,800. MARTIN WHITE, Trafalgar, Ind. Time* Want Ads find the right people for the right pieces and the right plao for the rliht o<iopl*. Phone Main 15t>u Auto. S-ltL " MISCELLANEOUS—FOR BALE. TYPEWRITER BARGAINS ] TERMS DESIRED GET OUR PRICES ON UNDER WOOD, MONARCH. REMING TON, L. C. SMITH. ROYAL, OLIVER and other GOOD USED MACHINES AT LOW PRICES. ALL MACHINES GUARANTEED. CLARK TYPEWRITER SHOP ENTRANCE 18 WEST MARKET ST., COR. ILLINOIS, UPSTAIRS. PHONE, MAIN 2686. Corduroy /I \ Pants l \ If $4, *5, $6, $7 I I \fl / THE PANTS \ / 1M / STORE CO. I I ill/ Two S 4ol ’®* \: '/ '■& 48 W. Ohio. ’a w V UOJE. Market. r SPECIAL SALE • on tailored suits and overcoats (ready-to wear) at greatly reduced prices In ail sizes. W. G. SCHNEIDER. 39 West Olho street. Be sure you are In the right place. Quit Wearing Ready-Made ram $ e-jo )Ve make them to jJ ————— your measure for U f LEON TAILORING CO. _ 131 J£. MCW YUUJL Up one flight. JACKET SUIT, dark blue, size about 34 h 6 '.. nev ®>' worn. Also two plush coats, full length, size* 84 and 36 82 W. * ermont. Main 7398. ROLL-TOP oak desk and chair ln~pth feet condition; price 835. 32 W Ver htont. Main 7393. DIAMOND dinner ring. suitable for 818 lT r ttmM Phone liarrtsou GRAPE Vine* (li ass, J yeare old off. Belrnoii t 278 7. DESKS at nave-half price* on payments at baker bros. A- LONG winter coat and hat to match Harrleon 2178. AM, kinds of clothing; men and wbiTien. Prospect 8180, MISCELLANEOUS—WANTED. ~ est- --^WWVYV^ THERE ARE REASONS why you should let us make your cloth*-* this fall. Here they are—good quality, correct style and comfort combined with j reasonable prices. , Suite or overcoat# to your measure at reduced prlcea. 325 50, 342.50, 347.50, 157 50 and up. , Trousers and Full Dress suite In pro portkon. W. G. SCHNEIDER. 39 West Olho street. Be eure you are In the right place. HIEW SHANK paye best prlcea In city for household good* and fixture* of ali kind*. 287 North New Jeraey street. Main 2023. WS MOVE by truck; local or overland. Insurance fur nished free, special rate.* on long-distance trip* Red Hall. Mela 4631. WAGON EAR CORN WANTED AT THE STOCK YARDS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HEATERS. BASEBURNEHa, HOTBLAF "S, OAK STOVER GAS HEATERS. COAL f'IL HEATERS, CANNON STOVKB and large etovea for factory, shop, echool houses or church. All of our Moves are guaranteed In br*t condition, at the lowest price. GLAZER, ' New Crux Rugs 36xia inchen $1.90 64x90 lnc)ie 13 00 6x9 feet 35.1*0 Bxio feet 39.50 9xll feet 8 Inches 311.60 Baker Bros. 21V L Washington t. RUGS Hundreds of rugs, all kinds; wool filler, Axmlnster, BozarE velvet. Wiltons, grass matting, any kind of a rug, we have them. Couio and see our rugs before you buy. GLAZi&R GOOD USED KUuB. We have the largest selection In Indi anapolis of high-grade uned ruga; ali sixes, at prlcea (bet will please you. Used goudb stork. 424 Masenchuseta ave. INVALID CHAIRS and crutches to rsnt, free delivery to nil psrta of city; In ' Valid chairs 38.60 per month. Baker bros.. 219 E. Washington st. Radiant HOME—If ysu want a Rad iant Home baseburner, on payments, go to BAKER BROS. ALL kinds of household goods at save _half prices, on payments. BAKER BROS. COMBINATION Garland rauges at sava hulf prices, on payments. BAKER BROS. PALACE—If you want a Falace hotblast, on payments, go to BAKER BROS. KITCHEN cabinots at save-hall prices. Cash or payments. BAKER bKOH. CLERMONT—If you want a Clermont hot biat on payments, go to BAKER BROS. CHIFFEKoBES at save-half prices, on payments at BAKER BROS. COAL RANGES at save-half prices on payments at BARER BROS. DA VENUS at save-half prices on pay ment* at BAKER BKOK GAS RANGES at save-half prices, on pay ments. BAKER BROa WATCH for ou* ad. KROOT A KROOT, 607-9 W. Washington. ALL kinds of furniture, rugs and stoves. Call l’rospect 3180. ONE kitchen safe, small kitchen cabinet. Woodruff 3981. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. COLUMBIA phonograph, mahogany, $l6O site, only SBS. We save you $35 to $76 on any Victor. Edison, Brunswick or other standard make. USED GOODS STORE, 424 Mass. Ave. RECORDS; good records of any make you desire. 40c. BAKER BROS.. 213 U. Washington. VIOLINS, -Ji size. *4 size and full size. WACHMAN. 628 South Alabama. Pros pect 6768. WILL pay $25 to SSO cash for upright nteno. North 4221. PET STOCK ANO POULTRY. WANTED—Homes for healthy homeless dogs. INDIANAPOLIS HUMANE SO CIETY MUNICIPAL DOG POUND. 924 East New York St. Hours: 11 a. m. to 12 noon dally. ANGORA kittens. See. the cute catlets at 4328 Washington boulevard. Washing ton 494. TRY our special scratch feed. No grit, $3.00. Laying mash, $3.50. Prospect 4216. BOSTON bull pups: screw tall; 10 weeks old. 2060 North Dearborn. * LIVE BTOCK AND VEHICLES. FULL-BLOODED Shetland pony, saddle galted, broke to drive, gentle and abso lutely safe for children; also saddle ttnd bridle. 2160 N. Capitol. North 1596. COAL AND WOOD FOR tALE. Illinois Lump, $10.5Q per Ton Nice, large coal, good for furnace or stove. Illinois egg, $lO. Prospect 3280. Auto. 52-884. COAL Why not buy from an independent con cern. Call North 9161 and Investigate. COAL. COAL. COAL WEAVER COAL CO. UL Leota fit. Prospect 2201. ILLrx'OIS LUMP. ' “ L H. BAIN COAL CO. MfJn 21M or Main 3531. FOR SALE—CoaI and wood. INTER STATE PRODUCTS CO. Main 983. COAL,—lndiana. Kentucky, West Vlr glnla and Illinois. Circle 300. INDIANA mine run, 38 per ton. Prospect 3280. Auto. 52-884. MACHINEFIY and tools. GOOD, usual)]e 2-lnch and 2 (4-inch boiler tubes; practically new; for sale In any quantity; suitable for retubing M L. GOLDBERG & SONS. 1802 W Wash ington. Belmont 3C7. . TRANSF£R , AND STORAGE. G ? STORAGE CHEAPEST 1 \y/ RATES IN CITY. CALL j ]( US. Everything at rea sonable price. Packed. \J II shipped anywhere. (A Locked room if desired. so v/eat Henry Main 4699. TRACTION TERMINAL Baggage Cos. Transfer and hauling. Main 1293 Auto, 81-261. WE MOVE by truck; local or overland; insurance fur nished free. Special rates on long-distance trip-. Red BalL Main 4631. ‘ CALL SHANK for the best service la PACfcln*. shipping and storage. 117-22> North Ne>v Jersey Bt. Main 2028. legal notice. LEGAL NOTICE. The Indiana State Board of 3chool Book i.ommlatfloners will receive wealed bids until nine a. m. Friday, December 17. 192 0, at the office of the State Superintendent cf Futile Instruction, In the State Houae In diana polls, Indiana, from publishers of Hrhool text books aa provided In the acts of 1^1 1. text took* for use In the common schools of the State of Indiana, for a term of five years. In the following; branches of tudy: Geography, Enfilhh Grammar. Spelling, rhysiology, Hlmcry of the United States. Domestic Science, Industrial Arts and one took in each of tho following: subjects for the Junior high school; Literature. lan* guage, mathematics, community plvlcs, and four elective texts In general science. None of said text hocks shall contain anything of a partisan or sectarian char acter; and. It Is required that they Bhall ne at least equal In size and quality a* to matter, materia! style of binding and mechanical execution as to standard text books now In general use. Th* publisher shall state specifically In his bid the price at whlah each book will be furnished, and accompany such bid with specimen copies of ach and all books to be furnished In such bid. All bids by publishers must be acoom panled by a bond in the penal sum of fifty thousand dollars (850.000) to ths ac ceptance ami satisfaction of th* Governor of the State of Indiana, conditioned that It any contract be awarded to any bidder such bidder will enter into a contract to perform the conditions of thl* bid to the * eptance and satisfaction of said board. No bid shall be considered unless the atr.e boa eonlpanl, and by an affidavit of the bidder setting forth that he 1* In no Wise, directly or Indirectly, connected with any other publisher or firm who Is bla ding for books submitted to said board, nor has any pc unlary Interest in at.y other publisher or firm bidding at the same time, and that he is not a party to s: y contract, syndicate, or other scheme whereby the benefits of competition are denied to the people of this State. The Indiana State Hoard of School Book Commissioners reeirvee the right to ac cept or reject any or all bids, or any part thereof for any particular hook or hooka By order of ths Indiana State Board of School Book Commissioners. L. N. HINES, President. B. B GRAFF. Secretary. NOTICE OF APPLICA TION TO ISSUE Bonds. State of Indiana, state Board of Tax C* mmlsMnner*. In the matter of petition of the city of Indianapolis for the xanltary district of. Indianapolis to issue sanitary district bon da To the taxpayers of the sanitary dis trict * - Indianapolis, consisting of the Ity of Indianapolis and the town of Woodruff Notice 1* hereby given that the city of Indianapolis. Indiana, for the sanitary district of Indianapolis has filed with the State Hoard of Tax Commissioners of the fttate of Indiana, a petition to Issue sani tary district bonds In the sum of two hundred thousand (8200.000,00) dollars to run for period of five years front Jan uary 1. 1921. and at a rate of Interest not ex ceiling per annum, for the purpose of paying part of the expenses of the con struction of parts of the sewage disposal plant for the sanitary district of Indi anapolis, Indiana. Said bonds shall not In sny reap*'- t be a corporate obligation or Indebtedness of said city, but shall b and TonsMtuto or. Indebtedness *>f *qld sanitary district, us a special taxing dis trict. A public hearing on satd petition will be held at Indianapolis. Indiana, at the office <-f the Stale Hoard of Tax Commis sioners In the stile House on the 11th •lay of December, 1920. at 10 o'clock if. m. CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS, ity CHARLES W. JEWETT, Mayor. ROBERT H. BRYSON. City Controller. LUCIUS B. SWIFT. President of the Hoard of Sanitary Comlsslutiers for the Sanitary District of Indianapolis. SAMUEL ASHBY, Corporation Counsel. FINANCIAL. WK 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. Pre*. Fifth floor Indianapolis Securities Bldg Southwest corner Delaware and Market WE MOVE by truck; local or overland; Insurance fur nished fr<*v Special rates on lohg-dlstar.es trip Rail Ball. Main 4631. INSURANCE in all branches. AUBREY D. PORTER. 916 Peoples Bank bldg. Main 7049. FIRST and second mortgages on Indiana and Indianapolis real estate. R. B. WIL gOK. 103 N. Delaware st. Main 1618. MONEY to loan cn city and farm broker age 66 When bldg. Says Dance Halls Menace to Girls DETROIT, N'ov. 26. Suggesting a minimum age law for girls attending Detroit (lance halls. Miss Virginia Mae Huray, head of tho Travelers’ Aid So ciety of New York City, told Police Com uissioner Inches theso establishments were a menace to the morals of tho city. The report to the commissioner was the result of visits to dance halls made Thursday and Friday nights by Miss Murray, Miss Josephine Davis, Detroit policeman, and a patrolmnu. Miss Murray said mere children were found dancing with men whom they did not know. Others were found waiting outside for men to "pick them up” and pay their way in. Commissioner Inches tai'd that at present there practienlly is >0 police supervision-of dance halls. City Hall Girls’ Club to Honor Miss Canine A luncheon in honor of Miss Agnes Canine, stenographic clerk in the city legal department, will he given by the members of the City Hall Girls’ Club, at the Columbia Club tomorrow noon. Miss Canine, who has resigned to be come the private secretary of Judge Harry O. Chambeflaln of Circuit Court. Dee. 1, hits been in the legal departmei:; j for the last seven years. Mian Ilet'tha Ueltuan, president, and Miss Ruth Kugclmnn, secretary-treasurer of the club, are in charge of arrange ments, for the luncheon. FOUR SETS OF TWINS. CHESTER, Pa., Nov. 26.—Th# birth of four sets of girl twins was reported to the department of vital statistics of t)w local health board. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thontss Harris Slater, Mr. and Mrs. norris Sapet xky, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Relst and Mr. and Mrs , John Mwiroo. } Globe Hiker in Indiana EVANSVILLE, Ind., Not. 20—.TosepI) F. Mlkulec, a native of Jugo-Slavia, who Is making; a second trip around the world a-foot. Is taking a short rest In Evansville, having Just arrived from St. Louis. Mlkulec is an American citizen and has traveled through twenty-gix nations. COLON CITIZENS ENTER PROTEST Send Harding Letter Objecting to Encroachments. PANAMA, Nov. 26.—The citizens of Colon have addressed an open letter to President - Elect Harding, protesting against the American administration of the Canal Zone and the alleged expro priations of Panama territory and civic rights. "Little by little the American Canal Zona officials destroy our sovereignty, disfranchising our rights,” the letter de clared. The Colon protestants expressed the fear that Panama might become like Haiti. Senator Harding took no official cog nizance of the letter, but made clear his position In a speech when he said: "There is going to be such an under standing between President Porras and myself that there * will never be any thought of friction between Panama and the United States.” Senator Harding played golf this morning. ASSASSINATION PLOT CHARGED Mexican Officers Accused of Effort to Kill Obregon. SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Nov. 26.—Two captains in the Mexican army were ar rested today at Mexico City, charged with attempting to assassinate Presi dent l>e la Huerta and President-elect Obregon, according to a dispatch re ceived here by military authorities. The plotters are charged with poisoning food served the two Mexican officials. Obregon became violently 111 after eat ing the poisoned food, and for a while was in a dangerous condition. He had eaten game stuffed with spoiled oysters. The two captains, who were in charge of rations for the Federal district of Mexico City, are accused of using the tainted oysters deliberately. President Huerta was warned In time and did not partake of the food when Obregon became 111. Examination showed hi* food also had signs of phtomaine poison. EXPORTS GAIN, IMPORTS LOSE October Report Shows Favor able Balance for U. S. WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. United States exports Increased and Imports de creased for October as compared with both September this year and October last year, the Department of Commerce announced today. Exports for October totalled IT.VMXX).- 000 against $605,000,000 for September this year and $632,000,000 for October last year. For the ten months period ending Octo ber, this year, exports totalled $6.532,0)0,- 000, compared with $6,41)9,000,000 for the similar period last year. Import* for October were $"762,000,000 against $363,000,000 for September and $402,000,000 for October last year. Im ports for the first ten months of 1920 were $4,720,000,000, Compared with $3,009,- 000,000 for the same period of 1919. The excess of exports over Imports was the largest of any month this year. Baroness Poisoned by Sweet Grass WORCESTER. Mass.. Not. 26.—Bar oness lletts Pontiac of the Hnlstein-Frae a!an family, new living h**re, ate some sweet grasses lucked from the highway where ahe strolled and became seriously 111. The State authorities had just sprayed poison on trees for moths. Marriage Licenses Walter lllXn*l, SIS W. Market st 29 Gertrude Miles, 218 W. Market 5t.... 22 Anderson Ilearst. 522 Roanoko 5t..... 44 Angle Campbell, 518V4 Roanoke 5t..... 38 Births Ralph and Lucelle Retz, 1722 East Washington street, girl. Crlt and Alase Bottom, 207 Hoefgon street, girl. Marlon and Lutllla Grlffy, 2729 Sher man drive, boy. Harry and Rose Howard, 1523 Shep ard street, boy. Paul and Thersa Franklin, St. Vin cent's Hospital, girl. Edmund and Stella Le, 1136 South-' eastern avenue, girl. Max nnd Ester Arnold, 2109 Napoleon street, hoy. Elmer and Hazel Iverson, SL Vin cent's Hospital, girl. Odus and Flossie Hudler, 451 North Gray street, girl. Albert and Martha Smith, City Hos pital, boy. William and Margaret Jones, City Hos pital, boy. William and Elide Lee, City Hospital, boy. Lawrence and Le.nore Welch, St. Vin cent's Hospital, girl. Alonzo and Mary Tharp, 1222 North Warman, girl. Frank nnd Clessa Callings, 4 Norman Court, girl. Edward and Cora Welch, 1(07 West Michigan street, girl. Edwarfl and Kathrln Studer, 737 Noith New Jersey street,! boy. James and Goldie White, 2028 Cooper street, boy. De Witt and Opal Welch, 327 North Slierniau avenue, boy. Deaths Margaret McKlnsey, 68. 645 East Twen ty-Third. acute lobar pneumonia. Judge Grey. 68, City Hospital, paresis. Emily Wisdom, 16, City Hospital, cere bral hemorrhage. John A. Kirk. 53, 715 Roach, carcinoma. Charles A. Porter, 48, Juliette Hos pital, paresis. Mary E. Schilling. 46. 1531 Union, chronic interstitial nephritis. t'nrl Sehwokowski, 71, 529 Weghorst, nrterio sclerosis. Karbaia M. Heck, 38, 301 N. Warman. pulmonary tuberculosis. Howard Cole, 7 months, 325 Koehne, acute gastro enteritis. William M. Brown, 71, 2330 Central, broncho pneumonia. Joseph A. Forsha. 47, 135 West Twenty- First. acute dilatation of heart. Mary Ellen Davis, 1, 2305* Ala rtlndale. general septicemia. Urannville Capas, 3 days, 735 East Eleventh, broncho pneumonia. Charles G. Walsh, 43, City Hospital, lobar puenmenla. Ruth Wilson, C, 346 Harlnn. acute dila tation of heart. William E. MeMunn, 80. 2321 South Pennsylvania, uremia. Hoosier Seeks Parole Special to The Times. HARTFORD CITY, Ind.. Nov. 26.—j Clyde Stump, 20, sent to the Indiana Reformatory six months ago for purse stealiug, will seek a parole at the next session of the State Pardon Board. His mother, Mrs. Stump, spent Thanksgiving day ’ circulating a petion asking his release. She will request the Circuit Court judge and prosecutor to sign the paper.. MAILS USED TO PUSH SEAL SALES Fight on Tuberculosis Told About by Dr. Henry. * Christmas seals and health bonds to provide funds for the 1921 anti-tubercu losis work of the Marion County Tuber culosis Association, went on sale today by way of the United States malls. The first installment of *some 75,000 appeals to citizens of Indianapolis and the county reached offices and homes today. These letters will go out in a steady stream | until virtually every office, industrial concern and home in the county has re j c-eived an individual appeal and a con i signment of the tittle penny stickers for ! Christmas mail, or a health bond. The goal for the 1920 sale, to cover the 1921 budget, Is $40,000, according to Dr. Alfred Henry, president of the Marlon County Tuberculosis Association. This means 40,000.000 seals, or roughly speak ing. ten seals per capita for the entire county. MUST STRENGTHEN AND EXTEND PROGRAM “We are asking for a little larger sale of the Christmas seals this year,” ex plained Dr. Henry, “because we must strengthen and extend our anti-tubercu losln program. Each year, for several years, the citizens of the county have in creased their support of the movement, and each year the tuberculosis death rate decreases. The death rate is still toe large, because, despite our best efforts at education, we still lack facilities for ! conducting the strong fight that Is neces sary to check the disease. “There must be more nurses, more clinics and more facilities for the hand ling of early cases. We feel hopeful for 1921 because big industrial concerns are rallying to our support. During the past year we have begun an Industrial health education program and while it is still merely In the formulation stage, it ha* gone far enough to show Industrial leaders the importance of preventive methods against tuberculosis. Another encouraging factor Is the Increasing sup port of insurance men and companies.” PREVENTION NATIONAL TASK. The Marion County seal sale will run through the Christmas holidays. Con tributors are asked by the association to bear in mind that the tuberculosis pre vention work is not a part of the Com munity Chest program. The Marion County Tuberculosis Association does not share in the Community Chest budget. Tuberculosis prevention Is a national task, and the county campaign Is a part of the State Association program, which in turn Is a unit in the program of the National Tuberculosis Association. At the same time, all but 5 per cent of the money contributed in Indiana for the fight against the disease, remains in the State to be nsed In the State campaign. This 5 per cent goes to the national as sociation for use in coordinating and uni fying the efforts of all the county and State organizations, to obtain the most effective means of checking the spread of the “white plague.” Simultaneously with the opening of the Marlon County sale, the Christmas seal sa!<*s of all the other counties In the State will get under way. Murray A. Auerbach, executive secretary of the State association, announced today that vol untary workers throughout Indiana start their sales efforts with good prospects of substantial support. SLAIN FOR ROLL THEORY OFFERED (Continued From Page One.) said Sbnmpaign, “but he said the man was an Italian who worked with him. .SOMETIMES VISITED NEAR RIVERSIDE PARK. Ranbatz said he planned to get up at 9 o’clock Thanksgiving morning. Sham paign said, but Instead got up earlier and left the house about 8:30. He said nothing more about where he planned to go. according to Shampaign. Ranbatz sometimes visited a home near Riverside Park, according to Shampaign, but be said he did not know the name of the family nor the address. The place where the body was found 1* near Riverside Park. The police say Max Ranbatz and hi* brother John had not been on friendly terms for some time, but did not know the nature of the alleged differences be tween them. Mrs. Chapllk said Ranbatz often sent small sums of money to his brother in Poland. Mrs. Max Ranbatz died In Poland and her husband learned of her death eleven months ago, according to Mrs. Chapllk. Ranbatz seldom was away from his room at nights until recently when he started the study of English at the night school of the Emmerich Manual Train ing High School. Ranbatz's body was still warm when found by Glenn Nichols, 2116 Dexter ave nue, and William Pereifleld, 1441 West Twenty-Third street, two hunters who notified the police. It was 11 o'clock In the morning when th© body was found. The police declare there was no sign of a struggle having occurred where the body was found and this fact, they claim, gives strength to the theory that Ran batz accidentally met his death from a shot fired by a hunter or a person prac ticing target shooting. Mail Carrier Was Chained to Mail Box EAST WEYMOUTH, Mass., Nov. 2J5. “Say, mister, there's a mail man chained to one of your mail boxes down the street,” was the interesting bit of in formation brought to the superintendent of the East Weymouth postoffice by a small boy. “What do you mean.” demanded Su perintendent Bert Rice, “one of my car riers chained to a box ?” \ “Well, they Is one, that’s all,” insisted the boy, “an’ if yer don't believe It come on down an’ see." As the two went through the door they met the letter carrier, but without his customary gray coat. “It was raining hard,” explained the unlucky carrier, “and I suppose that I didn’t notice my keys were Inside the box when I slammed the door and snap ped the padlock. I just naturally chained myself to the box.” ]]. F. Branch at Head of Armenian Help Body Near East Relief announced its organ isation for carrying on the appeal for the support of Armenian orphans, complete with the acceptance of Emmett F. Branch, newly elected Lieutenant Gov ernor of Indiana, of the chairmanship of the men's club division. Governor-elect Warren T. McCray has informed State Director Clarence D. ltoyse that he will co-operate In the movement for Armenian orphan “adop tion” this winter. Mr. McCray was active in the Near East Relief campaign car ried on at Kentlnnd last winter. The State committee, of which John H. Holliday is chairman, announces that In diana will be asked to contribute sup port for 7,000 orphans. All Thanksgiving and Christmas offerings will be counted on the quota of each county. WANT CHEAPER PIE. NEWPORT, It. 1., Nov. 26.—Newporters are demanding 5-eent pie Instead of 10-cent article they have been getting in the restaurants, and ara basing their de mands upon the announcement that flour Is now selling for ?10 and less a barrel. A movement for reducing the price of bread from the 12 and 17-eent loaves to the old 5 and 10-cent ldaves is under way.