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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
15-2$ 6. Meridian St.
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT. ....
Main •**s
Automatic *B-161
RATES
One time 09 per Une
Three consecutive times.. .08 per line
81a 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
61x consecutive times 0* per Una
Contract rates on appllcatlon.
Legal notices 09 per line
Lodge* and club
notices 75c per Insertion
Church notices (1 Inch or
less) 50c per Insertion
Over I inch. .07 per line additional.
Death notices, 36c per insertion.
Card of Thanks or In Memoriam
notices 07 per line
Ads received until 10:30 a. m- lor
publication same dajr.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
PLANNER & BUCHANAN
120 North Illinois Et.
Funeral directors to ths people of
Indianapolle since 1887.
Phones: Main 641-642. Auto. 22-641.
INDIANAPOLIS CREMATOR! •
(ieorge Grmsteiner
Funeral director. 622 East Market. Old
Phone Main 90S. New Phone. 27-208-
A. it. Ragsdale, J. Walsh Price. John Paul
Rag (.dale.
A. M. RAU6DAI.B CO.
J. C. WILSON
1286 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 222.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1685 Ehelby it. P-t-s. 2670. auto. 51-114
PUXEhAL DIRECTORS—
WM. E. KRIEGER.
New 21-154 Main 145< 1492 V. TtlPiots
GADD—BERT S. GADD. 2180 Prospect *t.
Phenes: Prospect 422. Automatic 52-278.
UNDERTAKERS—HIBET A TITLE. *sl
North Del. New 26-564 Mn 3630.
FEENEY FEENEY.
Auto. 24-196. 1034 N. Illinois. Main 843.
DEATH AND FUNERAI. NQI iLcb.
CANTWELL. ELLEN G.—Died Sunday.
Dec. 6. Funeral Tuesday. Dec. 7 at
8:30 a. m. from her family residence. 521
N. Tacoma ave.. followed by services at
Bt. Philip Xerl church at 9 a. m. (On ac
count of Wednesday. Dec. 8 being a holy
day). Deceased was a member of Ladles'
Auxiliary A D. H. Friends Invited.
r a VTWC-T.r eLIEN O.—Widow of the
late Thomas Cantwell, died Bunday
morning. Dec. 5, at the family residence.
531 N. Tacoma ave. Funeral notice later.
LOST and found.
LOST—Kev ring with keys, between Me
ridian and Wilkins and Illinois and New
Tork on Merld.an. Reward for informa
tion leading to return. Prospect 5849.
LOST—In Keith's, lady's watch and chain
lavelllere. money tied In handkerchief.
Liberal reward. Belmont 3024. L. DOE
BELING. _____
LOST—Male at.-Jdale carrier, black and
tan: answers'to the name of "Jinks.”
Please call Prospect 5265. Reward.
LOST—-Small watch in downtown district.
possibly in Black's. Woodruff 2014. Re
ward. ___.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES.
N'atureopathy.
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.
Vi< >i r. !U) fend awea!n massage Mltfd
DE YE RE. 17 H W. Ohio. Main **T<
BUSINESS SERVICES.
#SAVE
by having your
old hats reno
aated. Best work
In city, by Amer
ican Hatters.
INDIANAPOLIS HAT
BLEACHERY
28 Kentucky Are. Main 6179.
BE WING MACHINES
Rented, $3 per mo.
Ail makes machines repaired. Every
piece, part or screw for any sewing ma
chine
White Sewing Machine Cos.
Main 600. Auto. 25-216. 812 Masa Avs.
FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
pillows made to order. E. F. BL'RKLE.
416 Mass ave. Main 1428. New 23-776.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES
tirp.r.ed TUTTLEDGE 201 Indler.e v*
LACE curtains to launder; flrst-class
work guaranteed. Prospei t 8107.
EXPERT CASH REGISTER REPAIRING!
no W~. Ohio St. Circle 22 96.
HOUSES— TO LET.
PRATT street E. 653: upper duplex, five
rooms, newly decorated; adulta IN
DIANA TRUST CO.
FT. WAYNE ave., 736 ss; 4-room modern
flat for rent to people who will buy
equity In furniture.
MODERN, double. 8947 Broadway, 840.
Irvington 818.
ROOMB—TO LET.
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YOUNG 'WOMEN’S CHRIS
TIAN ASSOCIATION, ROOM
REGIS TRY DEPARTMENT.
529 N. Pennsylvania St. Main 2601. Call
between 9 and 1. No charge for service.
Desirable rooms in modern homes are
listed with us.
ONE. 2 or I rooms: do not object to 1 or
2 children; one block from W. Michi
gan car line on Belmont ave. Call Bel
mont 632.
COLLEGE ave.. 2330; room In modern
home; steam heat; boarding house near.
North 7416. Gentlemen preferred.
WOODRUFF PLACE! 870~Middle drive;
desirable room In modern home, for
business man. Woodruff 3727.
THREE newly furnished housekeeping
rooms: water In kitchen and private en
trance. Prospect 8107.
BROADWAY, 811; modern front room;
reasonable; 1 or 2 gentlgmea. Circle
166
COZY, strictly modern sleeping room In
private -family. 201 X. Tremont ave.
Belmont 3550.
CENTRAL are., 3130; two sleeping rooms,
one suitable for two. H-rrl-rn 300*
FURNISHED room modern, with private
family. Phone Circle 6492.
PARK AVE., 1140; modern front room,
for 1 or 2. Circle 1512.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING~ROOMB.
ROOM and kitchen, modern, light, heat,
phone and gas, garage. 312 per week.
North 3598,
CAPITOL, 1701 N.; housekeeping room;
modern; adults; also single room. North
MARKET st., 1536 E.; light housekeeping
rooms for rent. Call Prospect 6316.
ILLINOIS, 714 N.; light housekeeping
rooms with steam heat. Circle 840.
OFFICE AND STORES—TO LET
Office Room
State Savings and Trust building, third
floor, facing Circle; two rooms.
THE STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.
Malti— 4518.
" PE rtlC > 1 v fefe
Quigley-Hyland Agency
ClYi] and Criminal Investigators.
6271-528 Law hidg. Main 2902.
THB shortest distance between two wants
Is a Times Want ad. Your customers
ape them. Why don't youT
MALE HELP—WANTED.
FIRE INSURANCE
Is a pleasant and profitable bus
nees. We have a limited number
of openings for good men Ex
perience not absolutely necessary.
If you want to make a connection
with the largest and most aggres
sive organization In Indianapolis
call at 913 Merchants Bank bldg,
before noon only. Ask for Mr.
Klmmlch or Singleton.
WANTED—General agent for Indianap
olis and vicinity for monthly premium
accident and health department of the
oldest company writing all forms of acci
dent. health and life insurance. Requires
a man capable of handling business In
every particular. Commission contract
only. Address C. H. Boyer, manager cas
ualty department. NATIONAL LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF THE U. S. of
A., 29 3. La Salle street. Chicago. 111.
WANTED —Journeyman wire man for
conduit work. 136 South Meridian.
MEIER ELECTRIC MACHINE COMPAN \ ■
MEN lo learn barber trade. TRI-CITY
BARBER COLLEGE. 309 E. Washington
st.. Indianapolis. Ind. Circle 757.
"SITUATION WaNTEP— MAL £.
ELEVATOR operator; experienced; young
man. Belmont 3232. _
sAuGiinc.il — vv /MX t fc.U.
Stock Salesmen Wanted
We want five 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.
WE ARE SEEKING A HIGH GRADE
SALESMAN WHO HAS BEEN A SUC
CESS IN HIS LINE TO SELL OUR SE
CURITIES IN' INDIANAPOLIS. WE ARE
ONE OF THE LARGEST COKPOIU
TIONS or OUR KIND, BOTH BUILD
ERS AND OPERATORS AND OUR
PROPOSITION IS BACKED BA' THB
banks. commerciai. organiza
tions AND BEST BUSINESS MEN IN
THE LOCALITIES IN WHICH OUR
PROPERTIES ARE LOCATED. POSI
TION IS PERMANENT AND APPLI
CANT WILL BE TRAINED TO EARN
FROM *6.000 TO *l2 000 PER YEAR. TO
QUALIFY. MAN MUST HAVE PUR
POSE. THE ABILITY TO WORK HARD.
AND A CLEAN RECORD. CALL AT 203
CITY' TRUST BLDG.
Life Insurance Men
Are assured of the most attractive
connection In Indianapolis with a
larger rate of commission and fu
ture possibilities that are unlim
ited. men of character and ability
will find the opportunity for
which they sre looking. Ask for
Mr. Klmmlch or Mr Singleton.
Home Seekers Building Cos..
913 Merchants Bank bldg.
EXPERIENCED stock salesmen for tirst
class dividend paying securities of old
eetabiblDhed Indiana corporation. Call at
room 510 Board of Trade any Tuesday or
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
WANTED —Young lady, good reader, to
assist In the dictation department In re
turn for a shorthand or bookkeeping
course. See Fred W. Case, prin., CEN
TRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. Third floor
University Park bldg., next door north of
T. W. C. A.
EXPERIENCED girl for cooking and
housework; reference required. Wash
ington 3000. 4203 N. Pennsylvania street.
SITUATIONWANTEO—F EMALE.
ATTRACTIVE young lady wishes travel
ing position. Call FLORENCE MILLER.
Hotel Severln. Room 1105.
EXPERIENCED saleslady wishes travel
ing position. Call FLORENCE MILLER.
Hotel Severln. Room 1105.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
KEEP MOVING
That's what we do—transfer and hauling.
We also operate the Terminal Baggage
room.
TRACTION TERMINAL
BAGGAGE CO.
Main 1222. Auto. 31-261.
GY7 VTCv rj STORAGE cheapest
I I\W RATES IN CITY. CALL
r W ÜB. Everything at rea-
I I II sonable price. Packed.
I JJ II shipped anywhere.
IS Locked room If desired.
So Weot Henry Main 468*.
CALL SHANK for the best service In
haultng packing, shipping and storage.
227-229 North New uersey Bt. Main 202*.
BUSINESS CHANCEfe
CONVERT YOUR INACTIVE STOCKS
INTO LIVE TANGIBLE ASSETS.
Our organisation may be able to turn
any Inactive non-dividend paying listed or
unlisted securities which you may have
Into LIVE TANGIBLE ASSETS. Now Is
the time each Investor should re-arrange
their holdings and replace sluggish or In
active Investments with high-grade se
curities now available. Write today, giv
ing name of company. Number of shares,
par value, etc.
{ All Inquiries will receive prompt atten
| tion and will endeavor to submit for
j your consideration a worthy proposition.
Address C. P. C., A. No. 1113, Times.
IF YOU CAN INVEST
*25 to *6OO now. Here Is your oppr.r'u
nlty to secure an Interest in a business
officered and directed by honest and
| reputable business men of Indianapolis.
| where the yearly profits will ha large.
This Is not a get-rlch-qulck scheme, but
a thoroughly trled-out business proposi
tion with all chance of loss to you
removed. A card to undersigned will
bring you complete Information for your
consideration. In this company we have
representatives from all walks of life.
Address A No. 1114, Times.
| OX ACCOUNT of poor hestth will offer
for sale up to-date blacksmith shop sit
uated in one of the best towns In Indiana,
county seat, or will consider taking part
ner on shares. Must be good horseshoer.
For further information write K. C.
McCARTNEY, Kentland, Ind.
TWO ROOMING HOUSES.
Seven and 9 rooms each. Price $260.00
each. MR. SEBREE. 40 N. Delaware st.
| Main 6177.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
1920 OVERLAND
A sturdy little touring car that
has been driven Only a few thou
sand miles. Has had the best of
care by former owner. Motor,
paint and tires are in excellent
condition. Can be bought upon a
small Initial payment. Used Car
Department, second floor.
TIIE GIBSON COMPANY.
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
IT WILL PAY YOU
to investigate this bargain.
Grant six touring with good
tires, top and upholstering.
Motor in A-l shape. Will sac
rifice at S3OO, or will trade
for good Ford. Irvington
3363.
1319 MAXWELL touring, new tires, spe
cial paint, good mechanical condition.
This Is priced right Terms can be ar
ranged.
FRANKLIN USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Second floor 1001 Vb N. Meridian St.
AUTOMOBILES FOR KALE.
NORDYKE & MARMON COMPANY.
Local Branch.
11th and Meridian Sts.
The big clearance sale is rambling
right along. We’ll list a few bargains
here—but, "seeing is believing," so
drop in and see for yourself.
CADILLAC 7 passenger touring car,
model 58. You know Its a good looking
car —and It's in good condition, too. The
paint and upholstery are cozy. Yours for
*1,250 —worth Investigating anyway.
NATIONAL, 7-passenger, 1919 model
touring car. A repainting job that will
make you sit up and take notice—coach
blue, trimmed In black. Good tires all
around Including a spare. This Is an Im
portant feature. The upholstery and top
are In the best condition, making the gen
eral appearanoe of the car satisfactory to
the most exacting. The price—*1,400.
NATIONAL sedan, 1917 model. This
Is the four-door type and a very
clever car. Silvertown cord tires are
ready for thousands of miles' service. Re
member the winter breezes put to rout by
a snug sedan. The mechanical condition
of the car is even better than you would
expect. A really remarkable value—
*l,soo.
COLE AERO EIGHT sedan. 1919 model.
You, or no one else, would know that this
car had been run more than a few miles.
It has been run only a few thousand miles
t—we haven't the exact figures. It has
just been reflnished and the upholstering
looks like new. Five tires are In excellent
shape. *3,000 buys this Aero eight sedan.
There are other bargains in our show
rooms. Call or visit us at
11th and Meridian Sts.
NORDYKE & MARMON COMPANY.
Local Branch.
WILLYS-KNIGHT
OF GIBSON QUALITY STANDARD
A model 88 touring car that will
Immediately win your favor. Has
been overhauled and repainted. In
excellent condition throughout.
Make a moderate Initial payment
and meet the balance on our easy
terms. Used Car Department,
second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
MAXWELL ROADSTER
A light and economical roadster
that can be bought for a small
Investment. Has been repainted
and In good condition. Terra* If
desired. Used Car Department,
second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
“HE BOUGHT A NASH”
If you want to see aome bargain see the
following cars at customer's prices. They
are really very reasonable.
Bulck E 44, roadster.
Bulck K 46. touring.
National touring. 4 passenger.
Chevrolet 490, touring: very cheap.
Monroe. Rex top. touring
Overland 90. Rex top. touring.
Nash touring. I*l9.
Bulck K. sedan. 5 passenger; good as
new. 5 cord tiros.
Nash sedan 5 passenger, renewed and
guaranteed. 30 days service.
Oakland roadster, 1820; wire wheels.
PArker cord tiros.
Cash or reasonable terms
LOSEY-NASH RETAIL CO.
Main 3348
OVERLAND 4
W* will sell a 19i0 Overland tour
ing car for the amount of our
claims. Car 1# In nxcellent condi
tion throughout. Special ar
rangements have been made o
that you can * thle car at the
Ueed Car Department of The Gib
eon Company, Capitol avenue et
Michigan. Aak for Mr. Free#*.
ATLAS SECURITIES CO.
70S Fletcher Savings and Trust bldg.
~EITHER NEW ok used cars. --
INVESTIGATE OUR YEAH FEAN.
“YOU SELECT THE CAR.
WE FURNISH THE MONEY”
AUTOMOBILE FUNDING CO.
912-13 Hiune-Mansur Bldg.
Special Sale
tioo
*125
down
will buy a good used car. Your own
term*. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS
AND TIRE CO., 518 N. Capitol Ave.
Main 2638. Auto. 22-019.
OVERLAND 85-4
One of the best value* we have
to offer. A touring car that ha*
been overhauled and faultleßly
repainted. liae all good tlrea.
Can be bought on very ea*y pay
menta. Used Car Department,
eecond floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
SPECIAL eate of all used cars; small
payment down, balance one year, no
brokerage. 46 bargain*. Come in and
look luern over. AUTOMOBILE TRAD
ING CO., 665-57 North Capitol avenue.
WE,have several touring cars and road
sters. Will trade for diamonds, stock or
equities in city property. 354 E. Market
street. Main 6718.
SPECIAL built *peed*ter7 INDI AN AP
OLIS AUTO BALES CO., 215 North
Pennsylvania St.
~aUt o Mg BTI ES-WARTIg
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 he given.
212 E. NEW YORK 9T.
AUTOS WANTED
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
619 N. IlllnoiH St. Morin 1579. Auto. 22-063.
AIJ T AND ECIPPLIEa,
BATTERIES.
New and guaranteed for any car.
Rebuilt, repaired, recharged.
Open until 9 p. m.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.
607 Mae*. Ave. Main 8145.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty, 323-834 North llltnota
DOWNTOWN TIRE SHOpT
VULCANIZING that gives satisfaction.
7_ ck ya ve nu . Main 11*7.
AUTO painting. FLEMING & REED, 130-
132 E. New York street.
CITIZENS AUTO ~REPAIR. Rear 8148
_ N. Capitol avenue.
OVERLAND TRANSPORTATION.
Highway Transport.
SUN BEAM LINES.
Main 3841.
liN DIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920.
* V
DON’T DELAY
another day in deciding
upon the house that is to be
yours. Delay only means
more money frittered away
for worthless rent receipts.
To save to enjoy happiness
to its fullest extent, buy a
home. Hundreds of them
are advertised on this page
daily. Among these are
some wonderful bargains.
Follow the Want Ads close
ly and you are sure to find
what you want.
k j
M (3TORCYCLESAN O BICYCL E>.
BUY THB BOY A BICYCLE FOR
CHRITSMAS.
SIO.OO down, $2.00 per week.
ERNEST HUGHES CO.
584-36 Mass. Ave. Main 6404.
CASH paid for all kind, of motorcycle*.
FLOYD PETERMAN, 509 Maseachu
setta avenue.
AUIC* ANDTRUCK rUH HiHI
U-DRIVE 'EM.
Automobile* rented to drive yourself.
MARKET MOTOR SERVICE.
334 E. Market St. Main 5716.
AUTOS for rent. Do your own driving.
U-Drtve Auto Service, at Hooaier
Laundry. Rear Keith's theater. Main 5*21.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALK.
MODERN BUNGALOW,
EAST
Has 5 rooms and balh. In good condi
tion on paved street. This Is a pre-war
bargain. Price 14.100; part cash and bal
ance easy payment*. Party leaving city
and must *!1 at once. Call me at once.
Mr. Mcluteer, with
I. N. Richie & Son.
Main 620. BOS Security Block.
SSOO CASH
Good. übt*ntlal 5-room cotta** lo
cated on Mmtlndal* ave.. electric lights.
4fae well and cletern; doubU g tr.iK,
lar*e lot ; Price 12.500. Seo Mr. B< dice.
Schmid & Smith, Realtors.
134 N. Delaware St. Main 4088.
A NEW, never occupied five-room bunga
low on Guilford ave. north of Forty
second at. This Is a dandy little home,
strictly modern and very easy terms can
be made, Washington 1079.
NEW HOUSES.
With large lots at low prices and Im
mediate possession on payments and
terms.
K. B. WILSON, REALTOR.
108 N. Delaware St. Main 1618.
110 CASH, then only 11.16 weekly secures
a beautiful, large, high level lot In that
good section c'oso to Thirty-Eighth street
and two squares southeast of lair grounda
Piles thl week only 3525. 540 Israels
Annex. Main 1469.
920 COTfAGE~AVET
Five-room cottage, newly painted, gas
for lights and rooking, city water In
yard. cellar. cistern. concrete walks,
*2 300. 1300 down. *2O month. Mr. True
blood. RELIABLE REALTY CO., 501
City Trusl Bldg. Alain 186. Evenings,
Irvington 2261.
nice lot. shrubbery, on paved street;
Rural, near Michigan. Price 54,760. Can
be handled on terms. Washington 107*.
MgDEHN stororoom and house on same
lot. email payments. Balance less than
rent. E. U. HOLTAM it .
IF you are <• inline bargains !r> proparty
on south side In tingles and doublea
call Prospect *l*4 after 4 p. m
REAL EBTATE—SUBURBAN.
IMMEDIATE
POSSESSION
of a modern six-room home on
Gray street In 600 block. This
must be sold and the price Is
right. Can Mr. Heinrich or Mr.
Klmmlch. Main 1499. After 6,
North 943 or Circle 6431.
REAL LBTATE—SALE OR TRADE.
HOME
ON BROADWAY
In 2300 block. I will sell or trade
my equity for smaller home. Prop
erty In good condition and mod
ern. Large lot and paved alley
on# block from public school. Coll
Mr. Heinrich. Mala 1499, or
North 943 after 6 p. m.
WILL trade equity In 6-room cottage for
small car and some cash. Call 1615
Montcalm street after U P-"b_
REAL EBTATE —WANTED.
WE hftvs a hi* dtuu.nd for Bouth Idfe
property that, can be sold on eauy
term* Iluyora waiting.
INVESTORS’ BANKING
SERVICE CORP.
112 E. Market Ht. • Main 1624.
I WILL buy several cottages. List your
property with mo. KUSSE H. HART
MAN. 224 N. Delaware.
GOOD building lot north between Thirty
second and Forty-Sixth, Meridian and
College. Price must be right. North 4201.
ROOMING house* wanted. Cal! MR.
BEBREE. MslnC 177. ___
77. FARMS—FOR SALE.
140-ACRE farm In Shelby County, best of
soli and extra fine buildings; only *2OO
per acre.
V R. B. WILSON.
108 N. Delaware St. Main 1618.
4 ACRES at end of W. Washington car
line, B-room house, gas and electric
lights, well, cistern, good barn and
chicken houses. Liberal terms can be had.
FRANK S. CLARK & CO.
226 E. Ohio. _____ Main 3377.
FLORIDA—We'II help you get a good
home on productive eoll, high land, near
this city, best market, easy terrua. JAX
HEIGHTS CO.. Jacksonville, Fla.
~ CO ALA IMP wooo FQ H ALt
* COAL—COAL—COAL
Virginia Lump.
Illinois Lump.
Illinois Egg.
Indiana Lump.
Indiana Egg.
Kentucky Lump.
Coke.
14-lnqh beech wood.
Commercial Fuel Cos.
316 W. Ohio St.
Main 430. Auto. 24-730._ Main 481.
COAL—COAL
POCAHONTAS LUMP.
WEST VIRGINIA LUMP.
KENTUCKY LUMP.
ILLINOIS LUMP.
ATLAS COAL CO.
MAIN 1962. AUTO. 23-764.
GENUINE
POCA. M. R.
*11.50 PER TON.
I* H- BAIN COAL CO.
MAIN 2151 OH MAIN 3611.
COAL
i Why not buy from an independent oon
roern. Call North 9161 and Investigate.
':!/ ■ *
COAL AND WOOD FOR BALE.
Illinois Lump, SIO.OO
Nice, large coal, good for furnace or
stove. Illinois egg. 39.60. Prospect 3186.
Auto. 52-384.
"COAL
Call the Zero Ice and Fuel Cos., North
345, for Indiana lump, Illinois lump, Po
cahontas mine run and Pocahontas lump.
COAL. ’ COaET* ~
Pocahontas, W. Virginia and Brazil
Block. Call us for prices.
SILVER COAL CO.
Woodruff 618.
COAL ' *
QUEEN QUALITY LUMP COAL ROACH
AND CANAL. HITZELBEROER COAL
CO. NORTH 8500.
COAL.
Good clean Illinois coal, *9.75. TAYLOR
COAL CO. State and English. Proa 2167.
COAL COA L COAL
WEAVER COAL CO.
11l Leota St. p l?*i JS - Pros. 2201.
Indiana mine run, $7.25 ton.
Prospect 3280. Auto. £2-884.
FOR SALE—CoaI and wood. INTER
STATE PRODUCTB CO. Vain 933.
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALS.
- - - - ‘ri*6vrvi
GOOD
All Wool
SUITS
and
Overcoats
honestly tailored to
your measure,
$32.50
“See for yourself”
LEON
TAILORING CO.
131 E. New York St.
Up One Flight.
Building Brick
50,000 second-hand cleaned
and ready for use.
Call A. K bheffleld.
Proepeet 683.
O & J Tire Cos.
Match Your Coat /*
with a pair of / \
TROUSERS l 1
THE PANTS \I /
STORE CO lj\ I
Two Btor% IJUI
49 W. Ohio. Jw m
r W
HEMSTITCHING AND PI COtTnG AT
TACH MENT Works on alt sewing ma
chine*. *2 Personal checks 10c extra
LIGHTS MAIL ORDER HOUSE. Box
117, Birmingham. Ala.
JACKET SUIT, dark blue alas 34 or 16;
never worn, two plueh coata full
length, aiiea 34 and 36. 12 W. Vermont.
Vein 72*1.
FOR SALE—Talking machine; Aeolian-
Vocation: mahogany case, latest model.
1296 Englleh avenue.
FOR SALK OR TRADE Two automatic
bowling alley* cheap. ROY JARED,
Montexuma, Ind.
ROLL-TOP oak deek and chair In per
fect condition. 32 W. Vermont. Main
7*91
DIAMOND RING; Mpe white stone;
ledlee- Tiffany ring, *35. 610 K. of P.
building.
COLUMBIA dictaphone transcribing ma
chine. fine condition: a bargain. Main
3*61. 6406 or Auto 14 4CB.
GUARANTEED J-:r#ar grape vlnea 40c
each until sold. Belmont
DIAMOND ring, beautiful Mu# whit#
atone. *75. Main *7BB.
DESKS at save-half prices on payments
at BAKER RnOA
SMALL fireproof aaf* and typewriter
desk 408 American Central Life bldg.
BOY 8 abort pants suit; almost new. Call
North 2426.
BWKET cider mad* fresh every day. *6*
W Morris street. Prospect 3445.
Quit Wering KeadyMado
MTS $
ffe make them to Q 1/
your measure for
LEON TAILORING CO.
131 K. NEW XOUJC
Up one flight.
jwL Hou3 - H OLDO °°D . uj 7-
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 BX3.
New Crex Bugs
86x72 Inches *1.90
64x*0 Inches *2.00
6x9 feet *5.60
Bxlo rot *9.66
9xll feet S lnehe* *11.60
Baker Bros.
- Washington set.
rUgs
Hundreds of rugs, all kinds; wool dllar,
Axmlnster, Bozart. velvet. Wiltons, grass
matting, any kind of a rug; we have them.
Com* and sec our ruge before you buy.
GLAZER
BARGAINS
Good heating stoves of all makes, oook
stoves and ranges at 25% discount; fur
niture, rugs and linoleum. Terms it de
atrod. JO? K. Washington Bt,
GOOD ÜBHD KUuk
Wo bare the largest selection la Indi
anapolis of high-grade used rugs; all
alaes. at prices that will please you.
USED GOODS STORE.
484 Massnchuseta avs.
INVALID CHaIKH and crutches to rent;
free delivery to all parts of city; In
valid chairs *8.50 per month.
Baker broil,
DAVENOS at nave-half prices on pay
ments at BAKER BROA
RADIANT HOME —If you want a Rad
iant Home baseburnor. on payments, go
t BAKER BROS.
ALL kinds of household good* at save
half price*, on payment*. BAKER BROS.
COMBINATION Garland ranges at aavo
half prices, on payments. BAKER BKOh
PALACE—If you want a Palao* hetbinst.
on payments, go to BAKJSR BROS.
KITCHEN cabinet* at sava-half prioes.
Caeli or paymenta BAKER BROS.
CLERMONT—If you want a Clermont hot
blast on payment*, go to BAKER BP.Oe.
CHIFFEROBES at save-half prioes, on
paymenta at BAKER BROS. i
household coops.
COAL RANGES at save-halt prices on
Payments at BAKER BROS.
GAH RANGES at save-half prices, on pay
ments. BAKER BROS.
MISCfi
LEW SHANK
pays best prices In city for household
goods and fixture# of all kinds. 227 North
New Jersey stret Main 2023.
mUsi ca l instruments!
Whitney Player Piano
.Oak cose, good aa new, big value at
*595; easy paymenta
E. L. Lennox Piano Cos.
player pianos and talking ma
chines. You may want one for Christ
mas. My auto will call for you day or
night, rain or shine. Main 205. Ask for
Charles C. Morgan. BALDWIN PIANO
COMPANY.
COLUMBIA phonograph, mahogany, *l6O
Six*, only *BS. We save you *35 to *76
on any Victor. Edison. Brunswick or
other standard make.
USED GOODS STORE. 424 Masa. Ave.
RECORD!*; good records of any make
you desire, 40c. BAKER BROS.. 2X9
L. Washington.
VIOLINS. % size. 94 sixe and full size.
WACHMAN. 618 South Alabama. Pros
pect 6768.
'GOOD used player piano; three veaxs to
I pay. Phone Main 205. Aak for Chaa,
: C. Morgan,
GOOD upright piano, *l4O. Payments.
; a,n 205. Ask for Chag. C. Morgan.
I WILL pay *35 to *6O cash for upright
; nlano. North 422 L
| VIOLIN, old Strad model, hand made, *SO.
I Prospect 615.
pet stock aTTp uiTtWyT^
| WANTED—Homes for nealthy homeless
j dogs. INDIANAPOLIS HUMANE SO
CIETY MUNICIPAL DOG POUND. 924
East New York St. Hours: 11 a. m. to
13 noon dally.
SCRATCH feed; no grit, 12.75; laying
masli, *3 26. Delivered. Prospect 4218.
legal notice.
LEGAL NOTICE.
The Indiana State Board of School Book
Commissioners will receive scaled bids until
I nine a. m. Friday, December 17. 1920. at
[ the office of the State Superintendent of
j Public Instruction. In the State House, In
! dlanapolls. Indiana, from publishers of
! echool text books as provided In the acts
:of 1917, pages 441-443, on a series of
text books for use In the common schools
j of the State of Indiana, for a term of live
| years. In the foliowing branches of study
j Geography, English Grammar. Spe.llng,
| Physiology, History of the United Siates.
Domestic Science. Industrial Arts and one
! book tn each of the following subjects for
the Junior high school: Llt-rature. lan
guage, mathematics, community civic*, and
four elective texts in genera! science.
None of said text books shall contain
anything of a partisan or sectarian char
acter; and. It Is required that they shall
be at least equal In size aid quality as
to matter, material, style of binding and
mechanical execution as to standard text
books now In general use.
The publisher shall slate specifically In
his bid the price at which each book will
be furnished, and accompany such bid
with specimen coplea of *a> h and all books
j to be furnished In such bid.
All bid* by publishers must be acrom
-1 parried by a bond In the penal turn of
i fifty thousand dollars (*50.000) to the ac-
I ceptanr# and satisfaction of the Governor
i of the B'a'e of Indiana, conditioned that
i If any contract be awarded to any bidder
] such bidder will enter into a contract to
I perform the condition* of this bid to the
acceptance and satisfaction of said board.
No bid shall be considered unless tho
I same be accompanied by an affidavit of
the bidder selling forth that he Is In no
; wise, directly or Indlret My, connected with
! any other publisher or firm who is bld-
I ding for books submitted to said board,
j nor ha# any pecuniary Interest in at.y
• other publisher nr firm bidding at the
j same time, and that he 1# not a party to
' any contract, syndicate, or other s< heme
whereby the beneflls of competition are
i denied to the people of this State
j The Stale Board of School Book
j Commlseloncri reserves tm right to ac
; cept or reje 't any or all bids, or any part
! thereof for any particular book or books,
j By order of the Indiana State Board of
School Book Commiaaionera
L. N. HINES. President.
E, U. GRAFF. Secretary.
NOTICE OF"“bids 'Wr WAOON AND
HORSE.
Notice Is hereby gG.. n . thoj the under
signed. the Beard -.if Commissioners of
Marlon County. Indiana, win. up to 10
1 o'clock a. m. Dec. 21, I*2o, receive sealed
| bids for one farm wagon and one horse
for use at Marlon County Tuberculosis
Hospital, acc. r.iln* to specifications on
; file In the office of the Auditor of Ma
rlon County.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
: bond and an affidavit as required by law.
1 The board reserve* the right to reject
| any or all bids.
! Witness our hands this 4th dav of De
cember. 1929.
1.EW19 W. GEORGE.
JOSEPH G. HAYES.
CARLIN H. SHANK.
Commissioners of Marlon County.
Attaat.—LEO K. FESLER. Auditor.
[NOTICE <>r BIDS FOR HEAT. LIGHT,
water and power.
! Notice Is hereby given, that the under
• signed, the Board of Commissioner* of
; Marlon County. Indiana, will, up to 10
I O'clock a. m., Dec. 21, 1020, receive sealed
bid* for heat, light, water and power for
Court House. Jail, County Garage and
street, according to specifications on file
in the office of the Auditor of Marlon
County.
; Each bid must be accompanied by a
| bond and an affidavit as required by law.
I The board reservea the right to reject
| any or all bids.
Witness our hands, this 4th day of De
cember, 1920.
LEWIS W. GEORGE.
JOSEPH G. HAYES.
CARLIN H. SHANK.
Commissioner* of Marion County.
Attest:—LEO K. FESLER. Auditor.
NOTIC E OF BIDS FOR CULVERTS
AND GRAVEL.
Notice I* hereby given, thal the under
signed, the Hoard of Commlaslontra of
Marlon County. Indiana, will, up to 10
o'clock a. m., Deo. 21. 1920, receive sealed
bids for culverts as follows:
No. 659 In Wayne township.
No. 688 in Washington township.
No. 6*o In Wayne township.
And C. 600 yards, more or less, of pit
run gravel, according to specifications on
file In the office of the Auditor of Ma
rlon County.
KAch bid must be accompanied by a
bond and an affidavit as required by taw.
The board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Witness our hands, thla 4th day of De
cember, 1920.
LEWIS W. GEORGE.
JOSEPH G. HAYES,
CARLIN 11. SHANK,
Commissioners of Marlon County.
Attest:—LEO K. FESLER. Auditor.
financial.
PERSONAL LOANS
S2O TO S3OO
Thl* office 1* operated under the super j
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 J3OO without
paying more than the legal rate of in
terest or without being Imposed upon In
any way
It Is only neceaaary that you are keep
ing house and permanently located.
NO WORTHY PERSON REFUSED
W* do not notify your employe-,
neither do w* make Inquiries of your
friends, relatives or trades people.
You en have *ll tho time necessary for
repayment and pay only for the actual
time you keep the money. Call and let
ua explain. No ch&ige unless you bor
row. Loana with other companies paid
off and more money advanced at legal
rates.
IF IN A HURRY PHONE MAIN
2923 OR AUTO 22-460.
SECURITY MORTGAGE
LOAN CO. '
RooniH 206-7-9 Indiana Tru*t Bldff.
lIS Jffi. Waah. 81. Corner Virginia Avo.
WE ARE FKKPAItED TO MAKE UK At"
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WK
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS
MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STUCKa
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS' SECURITIES CO.
FRANK K. SAWYER. Pree.
Fifth floor Indianapolis Securities Bldg
Bourhwset corner Delaware ;>nd
SECOND mortgage loans made on good
farms and ltnprovsd city real estate.
GIBRALTAR FINANCE COMPANY. 19)
North Delaware street.
INSURANCE in all branches. AUBREY
D. PORTER. 916 Peoples Bank bldg,
Main 7049. ;
FIRST and seconid mortgages on Indiana
and Indianapolis .real estate. R. B. WIL
SON. 108 N. Delaware st. Main 161*.
%
BELSHAZZAR
FEAST TAME IN
COMPARISON
(Continued From Page One.)
*ald Mr. Arnold. “The small citizen Is
sent to the penitentiary or the penal farm,
but no arrests are made In the case of
the rlotout prty which I have described,
which i* a shame and a disgrace to this
city. T be orgy held at the Kokomo Coun
try Club would make Bel&haziar’g feast
look sick.”
The uudlence, which Is the largest
ProtsUnt organization in the city, ap
plauded the pastor as he related his story
and It was announced today that the Min
isterial Association would adopt resolu
tions condemning the authorities for their
laxity in the performance of their duties.
The local W. C. T. U. is also up in
arms, it is slid.
The Kokomo Tribune has the following
editorial on the above topic:
It was one week ago this evening
that a Etag party by J. Victor Pinnell
was pulled off at the Kokomo Coun
try Club.
Seven days have passed, sufficient time
ordinarily for quiet to be restored. But
this was no ordinary event. Echoes
from It continue to offend the ears of
the town.
Complaints have come to the Trib
une from some of Us readers because
this wholesale drunk has not received
the newspaper publicity which is
usually accorded to Inebriety on a
smaller scale.
To all such the Tribune could truth
fully replv that the rule governing such
matters aas not been violated. That
rule is that drunks and other disturb
ances are not bandied as news unless
and until they are made the subject of
legal complaint or police action.
In this mutter so far as the Tribune
knows no formal legal complaint has
been brought against any person and the
police have done nothing. The rule in
ordinary cases then would be to dis
regard the affair. But it Seems that this
was no ordinary affair. Being somewhat
extraordinary it is entitled to exceptional
treatment. And so the Tribune without
further waiting will relate here the story
which has been on ail tongues and in ail
ears the past week.
INDIANAPOLIS
GUESTS PRESENT
The stag party was given by J. Victor
Pinnoll at the Country Club. The guests
numbered nearly one hundred, including
a few from Detroit and Indianapolis. A
dinner was served at half past eight and
intoxicating drinks were dispensed.
These were plainly of high potency, for
tho reports are that most of those who
indulged went down in the firm round
and went out in the second or third.
A few did not drink at all, which was
a fortunate circumstance as their assist
ance was greatly needed later in caring
for the wreckage. A few others too*
warning from the forty mule power kick
in the first drink and drank no more,
thereby escaping the havoc which over
whelmed all who went farther tham the
first potation.
Cabaret anil dancing by gome talent
brought here from Chicago had no at
traction for the most of the guests as
they had passed entirely beyond com
prehension of what was going on about
them. It was well on toward daylight
when the last of the victims had been
(.mud and identified and delivered to
places of safety where they might sober
up. S me were located out on the eluo
grounds, costless and hatless and dead
to the world. The condition of the club
house on Sunday morning 1* unprintable.
Now the foregoing are the high spots
in this disgraceful orgy. It Is all the
truth that the Tribune knows that is fit
to print. It Is possible that there may
be interesting developments yet, and .f
so they will be duly chronicled in this
paper.
IMJLICF. MAY
I.EARN OF AFFAIR.
!t may be that the Kokomo police win
yet learn of this affair and do something.
If they do It will be so recorded. Pos
sibly the prosecutor may discover some
thing of Interest. Ur maybe the Federal
prohibition offl' trs who are charged with
the enforcement of national prohibition
nay take a hand here as they are doing
in several other Indiana cities, Such a;i
inquiry might disclose where the llqtu. r
was obtained. And It Is even thinkable
that the Country Club may decide to
nscertuln how it came about that their
beautiful home and grounds were thus
misused and their club scandalized and
disgraced. All these are possible devel
opments of Interest and if they mate
rialize they will be duly chronicled.
Tills community has a well-defined
opinion of the affair, recognising It as
one of the most shameful and disgraceful
things that has occurred here iu a long
time. The Indignant protest is so strong
that some ha\e urged that the guest lift
should be published to enable the people
to find out, not who were present, but
who were not present.
JAIL STORMED
AFTER ATTACK
ON TWO GIRLS
(Continued From Tag# One.)
covery. At 8 o'clock there were sign*
of tho mob reforming hut Constable
Mathews, iu charge of the guards, de
clared he feared no further trouble.
Late yesterday Sheriff I’etray and the
Snn Francisco detectives entered a house
here at the rear of the Toscano Hotel.
Ten minute* later deputies outside heard
i a fusillade of shots. Rushing In they
found Betray dead, Juckßon dying and
Dorman and Boyd badly wounded. Four
guns were on the floo*. Five shots had
been fired from Boyd's gun.
Officers learned that Boyd had been
concealed In a closet and opened fire
front that vantage point. Pet ray being
ht* first victim. Soon after the prison
ers bad been removed to the jail a crowd
began to gather. By 0 o'clock it num
bered 2,000. Automobiles brought angry
j farmers from all over the county. At 8
! o’clock automobiles arrived from Ilealds
burg, Sheriff Petray'a home, every rna-
I chine carrying a coll of rope,
j At 0 o'clock the venerable Judge
Emmett Sewell, one of the best beloved
officials of the county, made a personal
plea to the mob to “save our county from
the stain of a lynching.” From the
crowd there came back: “Lynch him!”
At 10:30 o'clock tho mob began its at
tack on the Jail. Telephone poles were
used as battering rams against the steel
doors. When these fnlled, steel rails
torn from the railroad track near by.
were pressed Into service. Again and
again the deputies reinforced by a
dozen San Francisco detectives beat tbe
I mob back. Finally the situation became
so desperate the city fire department was
I called out. Its number, reinforced by
1 high pressure hose, caused the mob to
waver.
Officials pleaded with the crowd to
disperse and finally at 1 o’clock the mob
began to break up.
BENEFIT FUND
OFFICE OPENS
Looking forward to the arrival oi
SHtita Claus and the Old Melodies Con
cert, which the Elks Lodge of Indian
apolis will give this year, headquarters
were opened today in the Denison Hotel
building, Wabash and Pennsylvania
streets.
Asa moans of Increasing the Christ
mas benefit fund, the Elks will offer a
program of old melodies at the Murat,
Theatre, Sunday evening, Dec. 19. The
concert will be In charge of Leonard
Quill, chairman; Herbert Spellman, W.
G. Taylor and John Orman. Leading
musicians of Indianapolis will be heard
in the recital of songs that have endeared
themselves throughout the years.
The Elks' Santa Claus will give a party
at the Circle Theater Christmas morning.
All the little folks in the city that might
otherwise be overlooked in the Christmas
rush are to be invited. There will be a
Christmas tree placing with lights, count
less toys, music, pictures—everything
that means joy to children. And the
happiest part of ail Is the fact that In
dianapolis folks are to share in this
Christmaß feAlotK
The PurfjdMfßfedfik ticket to the Old
Melodies yESWiywlKsk Christmas cheer
for
ARMOUR GIVES -
VIEWS ON BEST }
MOVES FOR U.S.
Says Business Needs Freedom
From Harassment and
Uncertainty.
TAXATION IS TOO HIGH
By J. L. O’SULLIVAN,
(Copyright, 1926, by United Press.)
CHICAGO. Dec. 6.—J. Ogden Armoue
believes whatever steps are taken for thn
public good by Congress and the new
I administration will benefit his business
and whatever Is done for the benefit of
I his business will be for the public good.
This opinion was expressed by xjjs heat!
of the Armour Packing Company today,
in an interview concerning proposed Fed
eral legisi-tion. >c
“It.is the task of Congress and the la'
coming administration to s-ft out froß*
the multitude of thought offered a eom
i prehensive program for readjustment
and a return to a peace-time basis,” Ar
mour said. “Antblng that is good for the
public, is going to be good for the busi
ness in which I am engaged, and I cling
to the belief tlwt anything that is good
for my business will be good for the
public; otherwise, I would not give yoU'
the interview you aak.
“First of all it will devolve on the new
administration or on the present Con m
gress, if it can, to restore peace—a peace
which will safeguard the Nation’s rights
and discharge the duty which Is ourß|
whether we want it or not. of participate
ing in world affairs. It is incumbent on ne
to help Europe get back on a self-sup
porting, wealth-producing basis. Them
can never be world peace and prosperity
until Europe Is peacefully and profitably'
at work. But before we can be of real
service to the rest of the world, we must.-
get our own national affairs In betteF
order than they are now.
WOULD DWINDLE
WAR DEBT.
“The most Important step the new Adw,
ministration can take is to recognize thas„
it must not kill the goose that lays the
golden eggs. Business is the life bloody
of the Nation and the greatest factor
in prosperity and civilization, but busi
ness It being taxed to death on the the—■
ory that the present generation must pay :
the enormous cost of the late war. f
do not regard that as fair or proper.
“The people who shed their blood la
a hard-fought but glorious victory ovef,
Kaiseristn and who are now hard pressed'
economically by the results of the world '
cataclysm must not be saddled with thd
war debt. The war was fought for po-“
terity as well as for ourselves and pos. ,
terity must help pay the cost. It is bestri
that future generations should carry tome,
of the burden, so that they will realize*
j what the men and women of this day
j and age did for them.
“The hundreds of millions of obllga-,
tionr coming due in the next few year#*- 1
should be refunded with long-term bonds
: bearing a commensurate rate of interest. ’
An immediate effect would be restora
j tion of Liberty bonds to their par value.
It is a crying shame that the millions
of patriots who bought Liberty bonds
should suffer the losses occasioned by '
j their present status. With immediate.
; obligations spread ovw a long term o£
i years, it would be possible to lessen the,
burden of taxation now resting on th
i people. • j,
LIVING COST W
AND TAXES
“The part that heavy taxes play in'*
; making the cost of living high, is scare#
'realized. For every dollar of taxes paid,
directly by the individual, many dollars
are raid Indirectly and the tax burden
lis as invlsable as it is intolerable.
Credit stringency today is caused largely
jby the fact that the Government is a
big borrower for current debts. Th#
issuance of long-term bonds would rfr* i
move the Government ns industry's com-’ 1
petltor for credit and banks could then
use their funds, and the proposed bond!"
as well, for additional and perfectly saf,
! credit expansion making possible suit-5
able housing of the people and industrial'
activity which would give employment •
to all.
; “It Is highly Important that the new
administration realizes the wheels of In-.,
i dustrv must be kept humming. Tho.
proposed revenue measure involving ■
tax on sales merit* close attention. Bust- ]
ness has always been the Government’#
chief tax collector, though the publl<s,
ha* never quite understood the function 1
of business. If there is anything par-"
tlcularly worthy In this new plan It .
lies In the fact that under It the people! t
will know that the Government and not* !
business, is responsible for tbe tax.
Under no circumstances should the ta!t, t
1 simply be levied on gross sales and col-ic
lected out of gross revenues, for that
method would tend to wipe out bnsi—*
; nesses, like the packing Industry,
i are conducted ou such narrow margin#
that even a 1 per cent tax on gross
sale* would make maintenance and ade
| quate expansion practically impossible*
I unless the tax is collected ns a separat*
entity after the manner of the nmuse
j raent tax.
BUSINESS NEF.DB
: MOKE FREEDOM.
J "The Government during tho war b#--
; came largely bureaucratic ami experl
i once has demonstrated Its inefficiency
! and unsuitableness in times of peace,
j There must be no continuance of bu
reaucracy; it makes business baiting
possible; It hinders rather than helps.
“What business needs Is a freedom
from harassment and uncertainty. Tho
test of any proposed law should be:
“Will It make business better able to
serve the public; does It hold forth some
thing constructive which promises real
benefit?' Measures such ns the Ken
yon-Anderson bills now before Congress
merely aim to tear down existing in
stitutions without offering something
definite and practical to replace them.
They are founded on suspicion and
sophistries and they should be recognized
as what they are—obstacles to prog-ess.
“Among the greatest lessons of the war
are the need for adequately organized
and efficiently conducted Industry and the
danger Incident to giving malcontent#
with radical tendencies license to upset
the established order of things. .
“I sincerely hope the new admlnistra--
tion will function on a business basis
and adopt a course of helping business
serve the public better.”
PARIS THRILLED
BY GIRL BANDIT
Pretty, Slim and Well Edu
cated, She’s Fighting Death.
PARIS, Dec. 6.—The exploits of the
girl leader of the gang of “apaches”
have thrilled Paris. Her name is Hetr-“!
riette Miffonne, alias Yevette, and she
lies today between life and death in the"*
police Infirmary as the result of a
wound received while resisting arrest.!!'
Pretty, slim, well educated, and barely ■
20, it was at first thought she was 0n1y...
an accomplice of a half dozen male gun-"
men of the band arrested simultaneously,
That she slipped from a taxicab in*
which she was seated with four com
panions when the police attacked them at
Neullly Saturday and sheltering behind
a tree tried to open fire on the inspec
tors with nit automatic, was attributed to
her affection for a male criminal named
Degory, who is thought to be the leader
of the gang which recently committed a
number of hold-ups and . robberies ia
Paris and suburbs.
Her pistol Jummed and she rushed
forwnrd striking viciously with the butt
at a policeman grappling with one of
the bandits by the rondßlde who waa
trying to draw his gun. Another ln.>i
spector was forced to shoot her down.
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