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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
25-29 S. Meridian Bt.
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEFT.
Main *SOO
Automatic SS-Ssl
RATES.
One time 09 per line
Three consecutive times.. .03 per line
Six consecutive times 07 per line
Male or female help warned, situa
tion wanted, male or female; rooms to
let and board and rooms wanted —
One time 08 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
rotlees 75c per Insertion
Church notices (I Inch or
less) 50c per Insertion
Over 1 inch. .07 per line additional.
Death notices, 35c per insertion.
Card of Thanks or In Memorlam
notices 07 per lino
Ads received until 10:30 a. m. for
publication same day.
FtiNEKAL OIHLtyTOrtB.
FLANNER & BUCHANAN
320 North Illinois St.
Funeral directors to the people of
Indianapolis since 1887.
Phones: Main 641-642. Auto. 22-641.
INDIANAPOLIS CREMATORY.
Ueorge Lrmstemer
Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main SO*. New Phone. 27-20*.
A. M. Ragsdale. J. Walsu 1 rice. John Paul
It&gsd&ie.
A. M. RA'JIDALE CO.
*23 North Delaware street
J. C. WILSON
1230 'Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 323.
W. T. BLASENGYM ,
16*5 Shelby *t, P-rv *570 auto. 61-114
FUNERAL DI RECTORS—
WM E. KRIEGER.
Sew 27 154 Main 145* l*e? N Pliant#
GADD-BERT S. GADD, 21*0 Prospect st.
Phones: Prospect 422. Automatic 52-27*.
UNDERTAKERS— HISEY A TITUS. iST
North D- Nee; 26-564 Male
PEATH AND FUNERAI. NOTICEa.
GRCBBS—Sarah Belle, beloved wife of B.
F. Grubbs, passed away at her home,
4033 Byram avenue, at 4:30 p. m. Monday,
Nov. 29. ape 63. Funeral 2 p. m. Wednes
day, at residence. Friends Invited.
CARD OF THANKB.
CARD OF THANKS We wish to
express our heartfelt thanks to our
relatives. friends and neighbors for
their kindness and sympathy and for the
many beautiful floral offerings at the death
of our beloved daughter and sister. Dor
othy - Ruth I.ynch. We especially wish to
thank the Rev. Lenvengood for his con
soling words and the undertaker. Shirley
Bros, for their kirdness. PARENTS, SIS
TKR AND BROTHERS.
IN MEMORIAM.
IN MEMORIAM—Of Charles W. Shackles.
who dl*-d Nov. 30, 1912. In honor to his
dear mother.
Eight years : go the message came.
That called you to your home on high.
Full of hope we watched beside you
Not suspecting that death was nigh.
Dearest Charley, how we miss you
Since frem earth you passed away.
And our hearts are aching sorely
As we think of your today.
'Neath cur eyes you faded slowly.
Growing day by day more frail:
Bearing sweetly all your sufferings
Without murmur, moan or wail.
Earth has lost Its look of gladness.
From MOTHER AND THOSE WHO
LOVED TOC.
LOST ANO FOUND.
LOST —Platinum bracelet at lnterurban
station, Thursday evening, containing 2
diamonds and 3 sapphires. Liberal re
ward. Call Washington 4006. Main 127
or Auto. 66-127. If convenient leave at
jclius c. walk & son store. ; e
Washington at.
LOST—Black hand pocketbook with *S in
bills and small change, a key and re
ceipt from Block’s store with owner's
name. Call Prospect 509* or return 717
S. Noble. Ask for Mrs. Scott. Liberal re
ward.
LOST—Lady's black leather pocketbook
containing *37 and change; identifica
tion card; on Illinois car between 11th
and Ohio streets, or in Smith’s theater.
Circle 3324. Liberal reward.
LOST Leatb* r suitcase, containing
lady's clothing, on Mlllersvllle road,
leading to XoblesvlUe, Sunday morning.
Harrison *l7. •
LOST —Monday, Nov. 22. a day book, left
on stockyard car. wrapped In newspa
per; reward. Circle 4123 or Main 789.
LOST or stolen, boy’s wheel. Party Is
known; no trouble If returned. 715
Livingston. Belmont 34*2.
LOST —Lady's Waltham gold wrist watch.
Phone office. Prospect 3361; residence
Prospect 1946. Reward.
LOST—Swan fountain pen. special book
keeping style; reward. Circle 449 or
Woodruff *l3*.
LOST—Wrist watch . between Irvington
and Murat theater.’ Reward. Irving
ton 2816.
LOST—GoId wrist watch, Swiss move
ment, downtown. North 6247. Liberal
reward.
I.OST—Pair glasses on Washington st.,
between Butler ard Ritter. Irvington
3449.
LOST—Diamond-shaped garnet pin. Re
ward. Prospect 6055. '
HOUSES—TO LET.
929 X. ILLINOIS ST.
7-room cottage: tenant to make own re
pairs; rent *2O per month.
Win. Wdcher
Main 3598. 805 City Trust bldg.
WE MOVE ■
by truck; local or overland; insurance fur
nished free Special rates on long-dis
tance trips. Red Ball. Main 46*1
ROOMS—TO LET.
LARGE, warm, front room, modern home;
breakfast, evening; dinner; gentlemen
preferred; home privileges. Xorth 4561.
new" JERSKtTThTS.; 1 furnished front
room downstairs; heat and lights fur
nished; reasonable. Prospect 5491.
FURNISHED room, strictly modern, with
garage for one or two gentlmen, pri
vate family. Phone North 6897.
EAST. 345 N.; 2 connecting front rooms;
modern; abso other rooms; walking dis
tance. Call Circle 3633.
DELAWARE, 527 N.; modern; warm
Sieeplng rooms, adjoining bath; walking
distance. Main 9215.
FRONT room, modern; light housekeep
ing; walking distance; employed peo
ple. Main 8612.
COZV. strictly modern sleeping room In
private family. 201 N. Treinont ave.
Beimont 3550.
DESIRABLE sleeping room In modern
apartment, close In. Call Main 7741
evenings. '■
TWO connecting front rooms for ladles or
gentlemen; modern. Call Harrison 2661.
CENTRAL ave., 2130; two sleeping rooms,
one suitable for two. Harrison 3004.
MERIDIAN. N„ 634; room for 2 persons;
nicely furnished. Circle 5256.
TWO unfurnished rooms ‘for rent; *8 a
month. 1702 Montcalm street.
TO LET —Two nice light housekeeping
room. *5. 205 N. Traub ave.
LARGE room, suitable for two; walking
distance. Main 8591.
ROOM and board to let. 509 Bright st.
Call Circle 6469.
SLEEPING room, down stairs. Circle
6004.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
NEW JERSEY, 913 S ; two furnished
light housekeeping rooms; private home,
steam heat, gas range and sink In kitchen.
*lO per week. Also one large light house
keeping room. *9 per week. Call Pros
pect 3152.
UNFURNISHED, 2 room*, kitchenette;
modern; heat, gas and electricity fur
nished. North 7 355.
DESIRABLE room with kitchen priv
ileges, private home; garage If desired.
2314 Bellefontaine.
LARGE housekeeping room, downstairs;
employed couple desired. Circle 6004.
ALABAMA, 725 N.; large front room for
light housekeeping. Main 7*lo.
TWO or 4 nice light housekeeping rooms;
reasonable. 4 Plum street.
BOARD AND ROOMS—TO LET.
SIXTEENTH. 615 E.; nicely furn. mod.
room; * girls; meals optional. Main
9514; reference required.
ROOM and board for two ladles employed.
North 8254.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
Two high school boys who live
on Broadripple or Riverside
ear lines for trippers on street
cars. Call Circulation Dept., IN
DIANA DAILY TIMES.
WANTED—Boys to carry downtown.
Times routes. Call for MR. MOORE
HEAD, between 2 and 4 any after
noon. Circulation Dept.
ASSISTANT AUDITORS for Government
income tax revenue service; salaries
*1,640 to *2.740. Write for free Informa
tion. CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS, 1657
Lamont street, Washington. D. C.
BOY over 14, wanted for news stand, de
livery and work In mail dept., S3;
chance for advancement. Ask for Mr.
Whiteman. Indiana Daily Times,
MEN to learn barber trade. TRI-CITY
BARKER COLI EOE, 309 E. Washington
st.. Indianapolis. Ind. Circle 757.
BOYS for setting pins after school. See
, MR. FARNAM. bowling alley, Y. M. C.
A., New York and Illinois eta.
WANTED—MALE.
j COLORED man wants’ work as cook, dish
washer or house cleaning. JAMES
I WILLIAMS, 1226 Pershing avenue.
, EXPERIENCED farmer, married man.
3110 E. New York st. Call Woodruff
i 3097. .
~ SALESMEN—WANTED.
I
Stock Salesman Wanted
We want flve more live -stock salesmen.
Our proposition is unusually attractive
Some choice territory with good leads
now 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 4465.
j LIFE INSURANCE MEN
Are assured of the most attrac
tive connection In Indianapolis,
with a larger rate of commission
and future possibilities that are
unlimited. Men of character and
ability will find the opportunity
for which they are looking. Ask
for Mr. Kimmlch or Mr. Single
ton Wednesday.
* Home Seekers Building Cos.
913 Merchants Bank bldg.
EXPERIENCED stock salesmen for first
class dividend paying securities of old
establbllshed Indiana corporation. Call at
room 519 Board of Trade any Tuesday or
Wednesday.
FEMALE HELP— WANTED.
EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL
WHO IS FAMILIAR WITH WAITING
1 TABLE AND GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
NO LAUNDRY WORK. TWO IN FAM
ILY. SALARY *l6 PEP. WEEK. STEADY
EMPLOYMENT. CALL NORTH 21.
WANTED—GirI to help In tiling dept.
and learn multigraph. IS E. Vermont
WANTED—GirI for downstairs work and
cooking; no laundry. Washington 62’6.
SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE.
CLEANING and laundering by the day.
Harrison 2794; colored lady.
ALL-ROUND work In small restaurant.
Prospect 4091.
HAW AH
The very nams
links Itself with
■ 1 birds, flowers aod
V y 7 fruit, but more es-
' —pecially with their
fascinating music.
Hawaiian music la the most popular of
all music and the Hawaiian guitar la the
easiest of all Instruments to teach you to
play 52 pieces In your first term. We
alec teach ukulele. mandolin, violin,
banjo, etc. Your choice of these beau
tiful Instruments free with each enroll
ment. Open dally till 6 p. m., also Tues
day, Friday and Saturday evenings. Write
or phone for particulars.
HAWAIIAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
j *6 W. Washington. Main _1073.
NOTICES. ~ ~
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 Kay and swedlso massage. MISS
DE VERE, 1748 W. Ohio. Mnln *B7*.
BUSINESS BERVIOEft.
SEWING MACHINES
■ln Rented, $3 per mo
| All makes machines repaired. Every
i piece, part or screw for any sewing ma
\ chine
White Sewing Machine Cos.
Main 660. Auto. 25-216. 212 Mass. Ave.
KiiiDTSSE t@ mim' ~
Call Main 90S1 and have your vaults,
sinks und cisterns cleaned before it
i freezes up.
! FEATHERS
Bought. Fold, renovated, mattresses and
i pillows made to order. E. F. BUHKLE,
410 Mass ave. Main 1428. New 28-776.
WB MOVE
by truck: local or overland; insurance fur
nished free; .special rates on long-distance
trips. Red Ball. Main 4631.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES ~
•harpened- TUTTLEDGB 21 India-. sv-
EXPERT CASH REGISTER REPAIRING.
110 W. Ohio St. Circle 2296.
CALL STEVE~JACKSON for taxi. M. 4462
BUSINESS CHANCEft.
ON ACCOUNT of poor health will offer
for sale up-to-date blacksmith shop xlt
uated iu one of the beat towns In Indiana,
: county seat, or will consider taking part
i ner on shares. Must be good horsseshoer.
For further Information write K. C.
McCARTNEY, Kentland, Ind.
GROCERY on good corner east, flve living
rooms, *1,600 stock and fixtures.
INDIANA BUSINESS EXCHANGE.
513 Indiana Trust Building.
’ STUNG—STUNG—STUNG
BUT If you get in touch with us we may
save your money Invested In oil stock.
HUDSON & HUDSON, 1230 Lake street,
Ft, Worth, Texas.
TWO ROOMING HOUSES.
Seven and 9 rooms each. Price *350.00
each. MR. SEBREE, 40 N. Delaware st.
Main 5177,
FOR SALE—Grocery store, established
cash trade; line opportunity. Circle
4288.
DE TftCT iv Est. ~
Quigley-Hylaud Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators.
625-028 Law bldg. Malu 2802.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES.
BUY THE BOY A BICYCLE FOR
CHRITSMAS.
SIO.OO down, $2.00 per week.
ERNEST HUGHES CO.
6*4-36 Mass. Ave. Main 6404.
OAbH paid t r all kinds of motorcycles.
FLOYD PETERMAN. (CO Massachu
setts avenue
GARAGES TO LET.
FOR RENT—Three-machine garage, *5
each. Call 1621 Columbia avenue.
"vAUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
1920 DAVIS
Anew touring car that has never
been In the hands of a private
owner. It was turned over to us
by former Davis dealer .who now
has Overland agency. Car Is
slightly shopworn, but otherwise
In excellent condition. Terms If
desired. Used Car Department,
second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
“HE BOUGHT A NASH”
We have the following customers'
cars on sale at prices so low that
you should see them before buying
elsewhere.
Eulck E 44, roadster.
Bulck K 45, touring.
Buick K 49, touring, 7-passenger.
Rex lop. touring.
Overland 99, Rex top, touring.
Nash touring. 1919.
Buick K, sedan driven 1,200 miles; good
as new, 5 cord tires.
Buick E 46 coupe; tip-top shape, Kelly-
Springfield cord tires.
Oakland roadster, 1920; wire wheels;
Parker cord tires.
Cash or reasonable terms.
LOSEY-NASH RETAIL CO.
Main 3348
/
1920 OVERLAND
OF GIBSON QUALITY STANDARD
A sturdy little touring car that
has been driven Just far enough
to be well broken In. Is In ex
cellent condition throughout. Make
a moderate down payment and
meet the balance as you ride.
Used Car Department, second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
EIT HERNE W~OR~US E D~CARST
INVESTIGATE OUR YEAR PLAN.
“YOU SELECT THE CAR.
WE FURNISH THE MONEY”
AUTOMOBILE FUNDING CO.
912-13 Hume-Mausur Bk3g.
WILLYS-KNIGHT
The beautiful lines. powerful
motor and gneral condition of
this Model 83 touring car will
Immediately win your favor Has
been overhauled and faultlessly re
painted. Easy terms ran be ar
ranged. Used Car Department,
second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY, 1
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
" *Yoo
*126
down will buy a good used ear. We have
Fords. Maxwells. Buick*. Dodges and
others In line shape that we can sell you
on a small down payment, balance one
year.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS.
61* N. Capitol. Open evening*
OVERLAND COUNTRY CLUB
A "chummy" little car that Is
light and economical to operate.
Has been overhauled and recently
repainted. Has wire wheels and
all good tires. Easy terms can
be arranged. Used Car Depart
ment. second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
1919 MAXWELL touring, new tire*, spe
cial paint, good mechanical condition.
This Is priced right. Terms can be ar
ranged
FRANKLIN USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Second floor 100 HI N. Meridian St.
WE have several touring cars and road
ster*. Will trade for diamond*, stock or
equities In city property. *34 E. Market
street. Main 6716.
BUICK \ 919.""touring car. INDIANAP
OLLS AUTO SALES CO., 235 N. Penn
sylvania street.
OAKLAND sedan. 1919 model, cheap if
sold th's week. 235 N. Pensylvanta st.
MAXWELL ROADSTER
*225 will cover our claims and
buy this Maxwell roadster. We
have arranged to display It In
the Used Car Department of the
Gibson Company, Capitol avenue
at Michigan. Ask for Mr. Freese
ATLAS SECURITIES CO.
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
AUTOMOBILES—WANTEO.
l 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 guarantee highest cah price for
your car.
IN DDLS. AUTO PARTS & TIRE
CO.
51* N. Cap. Ave. Main 263*. Auto. 22-011.
AUTOS WANTED
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
619 N, Illinois St. Main 1579. Auto. 22-06*.
AUTOS wanted; highest cash prices; no
delay; quick action. AUTOMOBILK
TRADING CO.. *65 N. Capitol.
AUTO REPAIRS AND ftUPPLIEft.
-a ft VV^^^rirrVVWM>-WVV\A,V
FORD owner agents to test and then sell
Baker’s Intake Manifold Vaporizer. A
metal asbestos Insulated 12-inch case,
completely boxen in manifold or gas pas
sage Constantly holds 115 cubic inches
superheated air from exhaust about In
take manifold. Only device sheltering gas
passage from fan blast, thus even temper
ature all Intake portn. Our vaporizer
means easy start, quick warmup, leas gas
and oil and wonderfully improved motor
action. Alabama University camp sec
retary says: "Our army Ford now runs
like Cadillac.” Attached in three minutes
with wrench. Retail price *2.40. To
agent# to teet, one sample only, post paid
$1 bill. Your motor number must accom
pany order or nothing doing. ELLS
WORTH L. BAKER CO., Springfield.
Ohio. 16 Shaffer street.
BATTERIES.
New and guaranteed fur any car.
Rebuilt, repaired, recharged.
Open until 9 p. m.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.
607 Mass. Ave. Main 3145.
Don’t Wait Till Christmas!
Now is the time to get that car painted
for your spring driving.
FLEMING & REED
130-32 E. New York*St.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty, 322-324 North lllinola
£ & S Auto Laundry
DO VS N TOWN T IRE SHOP.
VULCANIZING that gives satisfaction.
85 Kentucky avenue. Mnln 11S7.
CITIZENS AUTO REPAIR. Rear 2*4*
N. Capitol avenue.
SCRAPE all carbon from piston heads
through spark plug holes in twenty mln
utta using Baker’s Spark Hole Carbon
Tool. Efficiency restored Immediately.
Carbon on piston loads makes the trouble,
the rest matters little. Chunks blown out
without passing through valves. Save
average owner $15.00 jjer year, saying
nothing about time. JUse It for years. No
skill required. Damage Impossible. Full
Instructions with tool postpaid *1 bill.
ELLSWORTH L. BAKER CO., Spring
field. Ohio. 15 Shaffer street.
OVERLAND TRANSPORTATION^
SHIP your furniture by motor truck; cost*
less; fully Insured.
SUN BEAM LINES.
Main B*4l.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30,1920.
REAL EBTATE—FOR SALS.
READ THIS
Five-room house, North Centen
nial street, electric lights,* water
In kitchen, newly painted and
decorated. Inside trimmings and
floors reflnlshed. All new gutters.
House In apple pie order. Full
lot with seven fruit trees. 1H
blocks from car. *SOO down and
small monthly payments give Im
mediate possession.
SEE THIS AT ONCE.
Call Paul V. Matkln, Realtor,
Gregoi*y & Appel, Inc.
Main 995. Residence, North 701*.
MODERN BUNGALOW,
EAST
Has 5 rooms and bath. In good condi
tion on paved street. This Is a pre-war
bargain. Price *4.100; part cash and bal
ance easy payments. Party leaving City
and must sell at once. Call me at once.
Mr. Mclnteer, with
I. N. Richie & Son.
Main 520, 303 Security Block. Irv. 3597.
~ SIOO CASH, $25
MONTHLY
buy* 5-room cottage, lot 61x240 feet, on
E. Fifty-Second street, near College ave.
Lot alone worth the price asked.
Investors’ Banking Service
Corp.
112 E. Market St. Main 1624,
SSOO CASH" ~
Good substantial five-room Cottage lo
cated on Martlndale ave.; electric lights,
gas. well and cistern. Double garage;
large lot: price *2,500.
Schmid & Smith
134 N. Delaware. Main 401*.
NEW HOUSES.
Large lot* just west of city at low prices
and on payments and
terms.
R. B WILSON. REALTOR.
10* N. Delaware St. Main 1811,
$250 CASH,
Balar.re monthly, buys pretty 4-roorn with
electric lights and gas. Now ready to
move Into. Just been newly decorated
and painted Inside and out. Located
south. Price only *2,250.
Russo 11. Hartman,
224 N. Delaware.
*lO CASH, then only *1.25 weekly secures
a beautiful, large, high, level lot In that
good section c'ore to Thirty-Eighth street
and two squares southeast of fair grounds.
Price thl • week only *525. 640 Lemcke
Annex. Main 1409.
COTTAGE. 668 Highland ave.; 5 rooms.
cistern city water In yard, gas. electric
lights, deep lot. paved street. *2.000, good
terra.*. Mr. Trueblood.
RELIABLE REALTY CO..
501 City Trust Bldg Mnln I*6. Evenings.
Irvington 2263.
“ WALKING" BIST A MCE- -*2.400.
216 Douglass s., near VV. New York.
Good 6-room house; gas. Will consider
auto as first payment
HENRY A ROBINS, REALTORS.
Main 653*. 163 B Market.
DOUBLE, near W. Michigan on King ave.,
5 rooms to a side, gs.-. cistern, well, cel
lar. Improved street. *4.000; *590 down,
(35 per month. Mr. Trueblood
RELIABLE REALTY CO..
601 City Trust Bldg Main 186. Evenings,
Irvington 2263.4
SUBURBAN
New 4-room suburban home, will trade
for vacant lot. balance *l3 per month.
RELIABLE REALTY COMPANY. Main
118. Evening* Prospect 149*.
MODERN storsromn and a 11-room house
on same lot; email payments Balance
less than rent. E, H. HuLTAM. Fros
pect 771.
If you are wanting bargains In property
on south side In singles and doubles,
call Prospect 4154 _*ltr 4_p. in_
REAL ESTATE—SAL^O R TRADE,.
WILL trode equity In 6-room cottage for
small car and some cash. Call 1615
Montcalm street after 4 p. m.
REAL ESTATE—-SUBURBAN.
FIVE room*, lot 50x300, near a good
school and church three quarters mile
from W. Washington street car 11ns.
Beimont 4261.
FIVE-ROOM bouse and half acre, built
in features, electrto lights; will trade
for city property. Belmont 4361.
REAL ESTA rE—WANTED.
WANTED, NORTH
Between Clifton and N. Parts
ave.. modern or semi-modern. 6-
room cottage preferred. 1 can
pay SSOO cash and balance monthly
payments. I want to deal with
owner. Call North 943 after 6
p. in.
CASH CUSTOMER
For a home south or went, party ran
pay reasonable down payment and balance
Ilk** rent. Let ua look at your*. It may
ault. Mr. Hearn.
Union Trust Cos.
Main 1576. Residence, Harrison 102 4.
IIOME, EAST
In good condition; flve or six rooms;
must be In good condition and a reason
able price. Can pay part raah and bal
ance like rent. Call Mr. Hearn.
The Union Trust Cos.
Main 1576. Residence, Harrison 1024.
HAVE customer for six or seven-room
modern homo north or east; also for 6
room bungalow and double. Call ua If
your property is for sale. Main 107, or
142.
I AM going to buy a home. You may
have the one 1 want In any location
at the right price. Address A No. 1111,
Times.
HAVE buyers for property south; can pay
reasonable amount down. See Mlt.
HURST, 112 K. Market street.
ROOMING houses wanted. Call MR.
SEBREE. Main 6177.
TT- FAHMS ~ F ? R SALE. ~ "
FARM AT A BARGAIN
160 acres In Lawrence County. Indiana.
Good limestone soli. Does not_waah, Roll
ing. but all ckn ho cultivated? 130 acres
now In cultivation and meadow. Prite
*35 per acre, which is below actual cash
value. Can make very easy terms to pur
chaser. Will trade for Indianapolis prop
erty. Sen Mr. Hurst.
investors Banking Service
Corp.
115 K. Market St.
farm” TT m iles^north
of monument; 6 miles of fair grounds;
plenty of blue grass pasture; some timber;
springs and running water; nullable for
farm or stock raising. Will sell 100 up to
394 acres of same. Price *2OO an acre.
Would consider eomn real estate in trade.
Frank 8. Clark & Cos.
226 E. Ohio. Main 3377.
53 ACRES, SOUTHEAST “
on traction line; price *225 per acre; will
consider trade for Indianapolis property.
Call for Mr. Hunt. Evenings, Wash. B*s.
W. L. Bridges, Realtor.
336-9 K. of P. Main 4114.
I Specialize East.
140-ACRE firm in Shelby County, best of
soli and extra fine buildings; only *2OO
per acre.
R. B. WILSON.
108 N. Delaware St. Main 1618.
PET STOCK AND 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 daily.
FOR SALE—Three Rose Uomb Ancona
cockerels; hatched April 26; guaran
teed full Wood. Write E. W. RISK.
Indianapolis. Rout F, Stop 6, Greenwood
line. Box 189-E.
SCRATCH feed; no grit, *2.?5; laying
mash, *3.26. Delivered. SCHAFER
FEED MILLS. Prospect 421*.
THE shortest distance between two wants
Is a Times Want ad. Your customers
oe them. Whf don’t you?
FOR SALK.
New Lumber
Bargain Prices
-i
6x6-16-foot Norway plno.
Bx*-16-foot Norway pine.
3x12-16-foot yellow pine.
Submit bid* to A. K. Sheffield.
G & J Tire Cos.
Do Your Xmas Shopping Early
FOR
HIS
XMAS. I
One of our lino suits or overcoats to his
measure at greatly reduced prices.
*36.50. $40.50, *43.50, $52.50 and up.
Trousers and fancy vests in proportion.
If we haven’t his measurements on file,
present him with one of our “Gift Certifi
cates," which can be applied on anything
he may select.
W. G. SCHNEIDER.
*9 WEST OHIO STREET.
Bo sure you are in the right place.
Match Your Coat /*lP|
with a pair of ( V \
TROUSERS j I
THE PANT3 \ji 1/
STORE CO. I 11/
Two Stores t ; UJ
4* W. Ohio. Jjf "B 8
110 E. Market. m? V
Quit Wearing Ready-Made
PUTS $ e.jo
IVc make them to O W
your measure tat
LEON TAILORING CO.
131 i£. NEW YOKE.
t’p one flight.
JACKET SUIT, dark blue. *!* 34 or 16;
never worn; two plush coats, full
length, idles 34 and 36. 32 W. Vermont.
■Main 7393.
CINDERS HtEE. - CALL~CITY
HOSPITAL.
SOR HALE OR TRADE—Two automatic
boafling alley* cheap. RoY JARED.
Montexuma, Ind.
ROLL TOP oak <le*k and chair In per
fect condition. 32 W. Vermont. Main
7393.
BoY’W short pants suit and on# over
coat. almost nsw _Cal! North 2424
Fi>R HALE— Keed bab; beggy, ig good
condition, $•& Call Belmont 31:4.
GRAPE Tinea, first class, * years old,
ART needlework. * MARY* PICKARD. 1017
laari'!. Fro*pect *ll*.
ONE 3-ton spring wagon. 912 8. Delaware
street Prospect 2956.
WINTER COAT, fur trimmed, m. 2*.
Call N-trth 6104.
DESKS at ave-half prlcoe on paymenta
it BAKER BROS.
MISC. ELLAM EQ U 5—W ANT ED.
HIGHEST CASH
PRICE PAID FOR
SCRAP IRON, METALS
AND RUBBER
CAR LOTS on LESS.
ALWAYS IN THE MARKET FOR
Boilers, Tanks and
Machinery
INDIANAPOLIS IRON AND METAL
CO.
L. SANTOW, PRESIDENT
1421 W. RAY ST.
BELMONT 4110
LEW SHANK
pays best prlra* In city for household
Roods and fixtures of all kind* 227 North
mm ,ir..y street Mala 2025.
WE MOVE
by truck; local or Overland; Insurance fur
nished free, special rate* on long-distance
trips. Red Ball. Main 4431.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Saved From the Fire
CANNON STOVES
COOK STOVES
LAUNDRY STOVES
RANGES
HEATERS, ETC.
Big reductions in all prices.
444 E. Washington st.
BETWEEN NEW JERSEY AND
EAST STS.
New-Crex Rugs
36x73 Inches 11.90
64x90 lnoliss SB,OO
4x9 fsot *5.60
Bxlo feet *9.60
9xll feet 8 Inches *11.60
Baker Bros.
RUGS
Hundreds of rugs, all kinds; wool filler,
Axminster. Bozort. velvet. Wiltons, grass
matting, any kind of a rug; we have them.
Come and seo our ruge before you buy.
GLAZER
E. Washington st.
PRACTICALLY N KW~
Dining suite and also practically new
living-room suite. At a bargain. Party
is leaving city. Call at . 6015 E. Now
York at.
GOOD USED Htluß. ~
We have the largest selection In Indi
anapolis of high-grade used ruga; ail
elsea at prices that will please you.
USED GOODS STORE.
424 Massachuseta ave.
WE Carry everything in ntock of furni
ture, rugs, linoleum, bedding; also heat
ing stoves, cook stoves and ranges, hot
plates and oil stoves. Yours for tho low
est prices in the city. Terms. E. KUOOT,
607-9 W. Washington.
INVALID CHAIRS end crutches to rent*,
free delivery to ell parts of oity; la
valid chairs s*.so per month.
baker bkob.,
RADIANT HOME —If yeu want a Rad
iant Home baseburner. on payments, go
to BAKER BROS.
('PDA it CHESTS, fourteen; special built.
WILLIAM F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO.,
North 7600. |
ALL kinds of household goods at save
half prices, on payments. BAKER BROS.
COMBINATION Garland ranges at eave
l.ulf prices, on payments. BAKER BROS.
PALACE-—ls you want a Palace Tiotblast.
on payments, go to BAKER BROS.
KITCHEN cabinets at unve-half price*.
Cash or payments. BAKER Bi os
CLERMONT—If you want a Clermont hot
blat o" payments, go to BAKER BROS.
CHIFFEROBES at save-half prices, on
payments at BAKER BROS.
COAL RANGES at save-half prices on
paymenta at BAKER BROS.
DAVENOS at save-half prices on pay
ments at BAKER BROS.
GAS RANGES at save-half prices, on pay
ments. BAKER BROS.
AUTOft ANO THOCKft FOR HIH6
AUTOS for rent. Do your own driving.
U-Drive Auto Service, at Hoosier
Laundry. Rear Keith’s theater. Main 5921.
— -
Automobiles rented to drive youraal*.
MARKET MOTOR SERVICE.
•14 K. Market at. Main 6718.
Old Ben Franklin said:
“A PENNY SAVED,
IS A PENNY
EARNED.”
Now days you save DOL
LARS by patronizing these
advertisers. You will find
bargains under—
Miscellaneous For Sale
Real Estate For Sale
Autos For Sale
and many other classifica
' tions.
READ THEM ALL.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Victrola
used short time, with 20 records; big baj>
gain; $25; payments. *1 per week.
E. L. Lennox Piano Cos.
. 16 N. Meridian.
COLUMBIA phonograph, mahogany, *l5O
size, only SBS. We save you $36 to *76
on any Victor, Edison, Brunswick or
other standard make.
USED GOODS STORE. 424 Mass. Ave.
GOOD LOOKING mahogany piano, *259.
Folding metal upholstered cot, not used
over 3 weeks, price *39.50. Main 6687.
RECORDS, good record* of any make
you desire. 40c. BAKER BEOS.. 219
L’. Washington.
VIOLINS, \ size, hi size and 'full size.
WACHMAN. 62* South Alabama. Pros
pect 5768.
MAHOGANY Vose piano; best offer takes
It. 2314 Bellefontalne.
WILL pay *?5 to SSO cash for upright
olano. North 4221.
>OAL AN D WOOD F°H BALE. ~
COAL—COAL
POCAHONTAS LUMP.
WKST \ IRGINIA H MP.
KENTUCKY LUMP.
ILLINOIS LUMP.
ATLAS COAL CO.
MAIN 1962. AUTO. 22*764.
G E N UIN E *
PGCA. M. R.
$11.50 PER TON.
L h. bain coal co.
MAIN 2151 OR MAIN 3531.
Illinois Lump, $ : 10.50
per Ton
Nice, large oual. good fop furnace or
stove. Illinois egg. $lO. Prospect S2BO.
Auto. 62-381.
COAL
Why not buy from an Independent con
cern. Cull North *J!6I and Investigate.
MITCHELL coal for furnace* and all
other coal for *ale. 11. Sc li. COAL COM
DAN Y. I'ruepact 6359. Vtrfffnla ave.
Co.Ki: COAL." I’OAI.
WEAVER COAL CO,
111 Lsgtq St Pr spect 2 201.
Indiana mine run, J 7.25 tuti.
Prospect 33.4 0. Auto. 62-384.
FOR SALK—CoaI and wood. INTER
STATE PRODUCTS CO. Main 9*l;
INDIANA COAL AT A SAVING.
NORTH 8161.
MACHINERY AND TOOLS.
FARM POWER
SUPPLIES
HERCULES GASOLINE ENGINES
ALL f 'AES
ASSOCIATED GASOLINE ENGINES;
AI I
FARM SAWING OUTFITS.
FARM CONCRETE MIXERS.
PUMPING OUTFITS 06’ ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS.
WONDER MIXERS
HOISTS AND PUM*’S FOR BUILDING
AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. ALL
81ZES CARRIED IN STOCK BURL
TVSCn. li.ST *l3-28 W. MARYLAND BT
GOOD, uauable 3-Inch ar.,l 2)4-inch r
tubes; practically new; for sale In any
quantity; suitable for retublng. M. L.
GOLDBERG A SON’S. 1302 W. Wash
ington. Bel mop* 361.
L(VE STOCK AND VEHICLL3,
* UU.#-BLOODED pAny, :udd!
raKed. br-'ke to drlre; gentle, er.fe for
children, u*o e&die an I bridle. 22G0 N
Capitol.
LEGAL NOTICE.
LEGAL NOTICE.
| The Indiana State Board of School Book
I Commlaaionrrs will receive -eair-d bid* until
j nine a m. Friday. December 17. 1920, at
the Office of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. Iu the State House, In
; dlanapolia. Indiana, from publishere of
school text books as provided In Hie acts
of 1917. pages 441 -443. on a series of
text books for use in the common schools
of the State of Indiana, for a term of five
years. In the following branches of study:
Geography. English Grammar. Spelling.
Physiology, Hiatory of me United States.
Domestic Science, industrial Arts undone
book in each of tho following subjects for
the Junior high school. Llt-ratvire. lan
guage. mathematics, community civics, and
four elective texts In general science.
None of said test books shall contain
anything of ft partisan or sectarian char
acter; and. it Is required that they shwil
: be at least equal In size aud quality as
] to matter, material, stylo of binding and
mechanical execution as to standurd text
books now In general use.
The publisher shall state specifically in
his bid the price at which each book will
be furnished, and accompany such bid
with specimen copies of each aud alt book*
to be furnished In such bid.
All bids by publishers must be accom
panied by a bond In the penal sum of
fifty thousand dollars (*59.000) to the ac
ceptance and satisfaction of the Governor
of the State of .Indiana, conditioned that
If any contract bo swarded to any bidder
such bidder will enter into a cogitraet to
perform the conditions of this hid to the
acceptance nnd satisfaction of said board.
No bid shall be considered unless the
same he accompanied by an affidavit of
tho bidder setting forth that he is in no
wise, directly or indirectly, connected with
any other publisher or firm who Is bid
ding for books submitted to said bokrd,
nor has any pecuniary Interest In any
other publisher or firm bidding at the
same time, and that he Is not a party to
any contract, syndicate, or otlyfr scheme
whereby tho benefits of competition are
denied to the people of this State.
The Indiana State Board of School Book
Commissioners reserves the right to ac
cept or reject any or all bide, or any part
thereof for any particular book or books.
By order of the Indiana State Board of
School Book Commissioners.
U. N. Ii INKS. President.
E. U. GRAFF. Secretary.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS!
Sealed bids will he received by the
board of school commissioners of the city
of Indianapolis, at the office of the busi
ni ex director, southwest corner of Meridian
and Ohio streets, until 8 o'clock p. m. of
Tuesday. Dec. 14, 1920, to purchase the
real estate owned by the board and situ
ated at the corner of Troy and Carson
avenues, In the city of Indianapolis, Marlon
County. Indiana, and more particularly de
scribed ns follows:
Lots 15, 16 and 17. In Raddchas-s’ sub
division in the city of Indianapolis, In
diana, plat book 11, page 37.
Said real estate is offered for sale to
the highest bidder, because It cannot be
used to tho advantage of tho school city
for either school or library purposes, for
all cash, and for not less than Us ap
praised value of $2,000, as determined by
four appraisers duly appointed by the
board, whose report was made In writing
and sworn to by them and is now oil file
in the hoard's office.
Tho bids shall bo opened at said time
and pie.ee, and if any bhF nhall be ac
cepted by the board, the right being re
served to reject any and all bids, the
board shall then furnish an abstract of
title of the premises to be sold, continued
to the date of sale, and the bidder shall
have ten days in which to examine and
approve tho abstract after the date the
abstract shall be dtdlvered to him by the
board, and the perchase money shall be
payable at the end of such ten days unless
the attorney of the bidder shall have,
within that time, found an objection to
the title which the board cannot remove,
or a lien upoti tho property which the
board cannot remove, the purpose being to
show the property to be of a good record
and title, free of lien*. If such objection
or lien ehall be discovered and be not fe f
moved, the board shall be under no lia
bility to the bidder ajtd the bidder shall
be under no liability to the board, but the
proposed Rale shall be annulled without
damages payable by either party to the
other. GEORGE C. HITT.
Business Director.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Mov. 12. 1928.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
KEEP MOVINO
That’s what we do—transfer and hauling.
We also operate the Terminal Baggage
room.
TRACTION TERMINAL
Baggage Cos.
Main 1292. Auto. *l-261.
GI7 IT storage cheapest
j \V7 RATES IN CITY. CALL
11/ US. Everything at ra
|| sonable price. Packed,
JI |l ehlpped anywhere.
IS Locked room if desired.
SO West Henry. Main 4699.
WB MOVE
by truck; local or overland; insurance fur
nished free. Special rates on long-distance
trips. Red Ball. Main 483 L
CALL SHANK for the best service In
hauling, packing, shipping and storage.
I*7-22* North New Jersey St. Main 202*.
” FINANCIAL
PERSONAL LOANS
S2O TO S3OO
This office Is operated under the super
vision of the State of Indiana and was es
tablished for the purpose of providing a
place where honest people can borrow
any amount from *2O to *SCO without
paying more than the legal rate of In
terest cr without being imposed upon in
any way
It Is only necessary that you are keep
ing house and permanently located.
NO WORTHY PERSON REFUSED
We do not notify your employer,
neither do we make Inquiries of your
friend*, relatives or trades people.
You can have all the time neceesary to;
repayment and pay only for the actual
time you keep the money. Call and let
us explain. No charge unless you bor
row. Loans with other companies paid
off and more money advanced at legal
rates.
IF IN A HURRY PHONE MAIN
2923 OR AUIX) 22-450.
SECURITY MORTGAGE
LOAN CO.
Room* 205-7-9 Indiana. Trut Bide*
112 E. Wttflk St. Corner Virginia Ava.
MONEY TO LOAN
On First Mortgage
Security
SIX PER CENT
GILL REALTY CO.
Main 1646, Auto. 28-236
WF ARE bUtrAHtD To lUkc. .
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WK
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND CNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS BECURITIES CO,
FRANK K. SAWYER. Pres.
Fifth floor Indianapolis Securities Bldg.
Bouthweat corner Delaware and Market
WE MOVE
by truck; local or overland; Insurance fur
nished free Special ratea on long-distance
trip*. Red Main 4611.
SECOND mortgage loane made on good
farms and Improved city real estate.
GIBRALTAR FINANCE COMPANY. 108
North I>law:ire Mtreet.
FIRST a-d second mortgages on Indiana
and Indianapolis real estate. R. B. WIL
SON. 103 N. Delaware *t. Main 161*.
INSURANCE In all branchea AUBREY
D. PORTER. 916 Peoples Bank bldg.
Main 7049.
MO.NKY to loan on city and farm broker
age 66 When bldg.
FIRST CONCERT
ARTISTIC TREAT
Mendelssohn Choir Pleases by
Its Merit .
Ily GRACE HUTCHINGS,
i The Mendelssohn Choir, Perceval Owen,
j organizer and director, gave its first
concert of the season last evening, pre
senting Kmillo de Gogorza, baritone, as
soloist.
Choral organizations have come and
gone In tho history of musical Indian
apolis, hut let us holes the Mendelssohn
J Choir Is here to stay. For sheer artistic
merit, they have never been excelled In
! our city aud seldom have been equaled.
Mr. Owen is fortunate in having been
j able to gath r around him some of the
best singers in the city and with such
excellent material ho has hullded a chorus
that slugs almost as one person, with
preeision, and aeuracy, with Intelligent
attainment of effects, and a trueueas to
pitch that is admirable, all of the
choruses being sung without accompani
ment.
OPENING NUMBER
MOST PRETENTIOUS.
The opening number was the motet—
l’sahu CXXXVTI (Gounod) aud was the
moat pretentious choral of the eveulng.
The ensemble attained, and the musical
effects brought out were an artistic tri
umph for both director and members of
the chorus.
The second offering of the choir was
a group of secular songs, “Eoltan Harp"
(Suwyer), which was a very effectivet
number most excellently achieved; "The
Klver Flowetb Strong" (Rogers) aud
"Cruiskeeu Lawn" (Stewart), a bril
liantly effective arrangement of an Irish
folk tune. This wus one of the ‘‘hits”
of the evening and was repeated.
Two more sacred motets —"Adoramus
Te" (Palestrina) and the modern "Trls-
Hglon and Sanctus" (Hawley)—were sung
with such fine musicianship and finesse
that both were repeated to the evident
delight of an enthusiastic audience.
The sacred motet, "Judge Me, O God"
(Mendelssohn), was one of the loveliest
offerings of the evening. The chorus,
"Ode To Music” (Buck), finished the
program.
M. Gogorza, one of tho most artistic
singers of our day, was accorded a royal
we-lcome. Having sung here before, and
popularity means of his records, his ap
pearance was looked forward to as a
coming artistic treat, and, needless to
say, he fully JustifieJ the enthusiastic
welcome that awaited him.
GORGORZA GIVES
WARMTH AND COLOR.
A more polished and finished singer Is
not to be heard today. A lovely sonorous
voice, with every artistic trick at his
command, a gracious aud pleasing stage
presence, M. Gogocza presents a won- j
derfully beautiful program. Perhapsa In ,
no part of his program did the warmth j
aud color of his Latin voice aud tem- !
pernineut show itself more conspicuously j
than In the old English songs, “Where I
F.re You Walk” (Handel), "Drink to Me
Only With Thine Eyes” and "When Dull
Care.” Accustomed as we re to hearing
Handel’s music given a purely
classic coolness of Interpretation, the
warmly-colored way in which M. Gogorza ;
sang the well-known air was decidedly
an enjoyable change.
His arioso “Le Kol de Lahore” (Mas
senet) was a dramatic number that was I
followed by Bruno Huhn’s "Invletus” for j
an encore. Tho group of Spanish nnm- ;
bers. of course, found him at his vary !
best: “Canto del Fresifliarlo” and "En |
Calesa” (Alveraz) ad “Xoche Serena” (a
Mexican folk song).
A group by living composers finished
his program: “In Silent Night" (Rach
maninoff), "Old Loves” (Scott) and
‘‘Pipes of Pan" (Elgar). These were all
done with consummate art and three
encores were given: “Clavglito" (Val
verde), “Largo Factotem” (Rossini) and
the ever popular “La Faloma.”
Miss Helen Winslow provided splendid
accompanimcut for JM. Gogorza.
The concert as h whole was such an
artistic treat thy: the future concerts
or the organizatron will ho looked for
ward to with pleasurable anticipation.
’Tis Same Ofd Story
KAWANEk, 111., Nov. SO.—lvan Tracy,
12, was today by a gun which he
“Id ““ lass. St
MIDDLE WEST
LABOR BETTER;
OFF THAN EAST
Chicago Federal Reserve Sur
vey Shows Conditions
Not Abnormal. ,!
PAY GENERALLY SAME
CHICAGO, Nov. 30.—Unemployment
has Increased steadily In the Middle West
during the last month while the volume
of business has declined, the Seventh
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago re
ported today in a survey of conditions
In Illinois, Indiana, lowa,
Michigan, Missouri and portions of Ka*
saa and Nebraska.
While men are more plentiful thn
Jobs, the report stated that the amojlnt
of Idleness Is no greater at the present
time thou at this period In the winter
of 1914. -Ai
Ten per cent of the men employed- hi
tho steel plants have been thrown in to
Idleness, the report found.
“The labor scarcity In tho steel dis
tricts of a few months ago has
the report said, “and men are at tbs
gates seeking employment every morn
ing.”
Those engaged In building lines esti
mate that 50 per cent of the men are oiik
of work.
FARM SITUATION
REMAIN 8 SAME.
“Workmen who were attracted to the In
dustrial centers In the allocation of labor
are now returning to their forrhVir
homes,” the report stated, “but so ajl
the return flow has not relieved the,fi
liation on farms where wages approx
imating war-time figures axe being paid
corn buskers.”
Tho survey finds that In some basie-Jji
dustries little complaint is heard of dm
employment. The Chicago stockyards
was found operating with normal forcejfe
“Speaking generally,” the statement
said, “wages have not been changed ma
terially. Here and there concessions hay®
been made In order that total iingffi.
ployment may be avoided.
“Railroad shop forces were being cur
tailed,’ the statement continued, “hut
this Is manifesting itself more partic
ularly among larger trunk lines lead
ing to the eastward.”
The report emphasized that the let
down In business activity In the Middle
West appeared to be less than is bejjig
experienced in the East. •,b I
Distinctively uneven declines in Indi
vidual prices are factors la retarding
business activities.
“The recession in prices, which hast tfj
ready manifested Itself in foodstuffs ahd
textiles, is reported extending to other
commodities heretofore unaffected,” eke
survey found, "but there are industries
which have experienced little If any re
adjustments.”
Other findings were:
Few people are buying automobiihs
and with the exception of some of 09
larger manufacturers automobile plamia
nre either closed or operating upots a
small scale with the result that their
production Is less than 20 per cent nor
mal.
Railroads are buying little rolling
stock, although the purchasing 2-pf
rails continues. The car loadings havo
eased up since the middle of October ajid
the car shortage is being rapidly re
duced.
In marly every section stores are -at
tempting to liquidate their stock throngh
special sales and the buying is fflom
"hand to mouth.”
Cancellation of orders has been large
in all lines of merchandise. Merchant*
report liquidation of debts "very slow.”
Mail order house businesses show con
siderable decrease.
Farmers are withholding their grain*
from the market, due to the. readjust
ment of market values. Forty per #iit
of last year's wheat crop is still in th®
farmers’ hands.
Chattel loan companies are facing the
protdem of financing the winter
producers and the* local banks are still
carrying some of last winter's advances,
us shrinkages in market values have
wiped out a great many equities.
SAME FINDINGS
IN ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 30.—Further price de
clines, a tendency of business to slow
down and an increase in unemployment
marked the last thirty days In the Eighth
Federal Reserve district for the States
of Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri and
Tennessee, according to the report of >the
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis to
day.
4, Struck by Autos, ;;
Reported Injured
Etl Bonder -was cut by broken glass
while riding in an automobile driven by
James Melaffey, 2611 West Michigan
street, when the automobile was straok
by a cattle truck at Washington stract
nnd White River last night. The trWek
did not stop after the accident, ’1;
Cristinl Mack, 105314 South Meriden
street, was injured when struck byt-rfMk
automobile at Meridian and Georgia
streets. She was taken home in a taxi
i and Pr. A. J. Schneider said her knee Was
ciselocated.
John
hit by an automobile driven by O. IX.
Benzen, 226 Bevllle avenue. The accidest
occurred at Washington and Meridiah
streets. Flaherty was taken to the City
Hospital but his Injuries are not seriohSL
Clinton, Mott, 24, negro, 312 West Vhj
mont street, was hit by an
while crossing Michigan street, near 'yiil
canal. Mott suffered a severe scalp wound
and was taken to the City Hospital. The
automobile did not stop.
Richmond Scene of
Federal Agents Work
Special to The Times.
RICHMOND, Ind., Nov. 30.—Investi
gation of reputed violations of the pro
hibition laws Is being continued here tMs
week by government agents and Judge
W. A. Bond of the Circuit Court, has
structed the grand Jury to make a thor
ough investigation of reports which have
reached the court relating to the vioTm
tion of the State Ism-s, but cautioned tha
Jury not to conflict with any of the wepp;
now being carried on by the
government.
Judge Bond indicated in his instruc
tions that the scope of the investigation
was to Include the sale and traffic
Intoxicating liquors, the sale of babit
formlngr drugs, medicines nnd mixtures
containing more than the legal amount
of alcohol.
A number of stills In the county have
been seized by Federal agents within tbs
last two days.
" >!*■
Couple End Lives ;
NEW YORK, Nov. 30.- After packing
their trunks and dressing lu their b'eßt
clothes, John Guest, S2, an inventor, ttW'fi
his wife, Augusta, SO, opened a gas Jet
and died In a Brooklyn rooming housjf./.'
Police believe the aged couple became
dtscournged because royalties on one. of
the Inventor’s patents had been stopped
and they faced poverty. > v
Swung to ¥ree
MIAMI, Fln„ Nov. 30—J. B. Harfjß.
negro,.M-as lynched by a mob today near
Princeton, following nj) attack on a
woman. He was identified by hia vic
tim anil led into a nearby foreßt. whejrs,
it was reported, the body was left bang
lag to a tree. ' __
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