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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
25-29 S. Meridian St.
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT.
Main MOO
Automatic 18-151
HATES.
One time .09 per line
Three consecutive times.. .0* per line
Six consecutive times 07 per line
Male or female help wanted, situa
tion wanted, male or female; rooms to
let and board and rooms wanted—
One time OS per line
Three consecutive times.. .97 per line
Six consecutive times 00 per line
Contract rates on application.
Legal notices 09 per line
Lodges and club
notices 70c per Insertion
Church notices (1 inch or
less) 50c per insertion
Over 1 inch, .07 per line additional.
Death notices. Jsc per insertion.
Card of Thanhs or In Memoriam
notices 07 per line
Ads received nntll 10:80 a m. for
publication same dag.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
■BLANKER & BUCHAN AN
Pm 320 North Illinois St.
dirvcturs to the people of
I. dlar.apo.ie since I*s7.
.Main 641-641. Auto. 22-64 L
CBEMaTORY.
George Urmfetemer
director. 522 East Market. Old
Main 908 New Phor.s, 17-208.
J. Walsh Price. John Paul
W Ragsdale.
” A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
223 North Delaware street.
l J. V. WILSON
1220 Prospect. Auto. 51-871. Prospect 822.
W. T. BLASENGYM
7(25 Shelby st. Proa 2570. Auto. 51-214.
rU.NChAh DIRECTORS—
WM E. KRIJSOBR.
New il-IM, Main 1454 1402 N. Illinois.
GaDD- -BERT A GADD, 213 u prospect *l.
Phone-*: Prospect 422. Automatic 52-271.
UNDER'! a TiTLS. iTT
North P*-.. New 20-544 M'q 3630,
FEENEY & FEENEY.
Auto. 24-195. 1014 N. llllnola Main 843
OtATH AND FUNERAL NOTjCES.
REID. MICHAEL V.—Beloved husband of
Kate and father of John and Will Reid,
at his home. 705 S. Missouri, Tuesday
morning. Funeral Friday at the home at
6:30. Services at St. John’s church 9
a. m. Burial Holy Cross cemetery.
Friends Invited.
IN MEMORIAM.
IN MEMORIAM of our dear boy. Paul M.
Roney, who departed this life Dec. 21,
1914.
In Ciown Hill softly sleeping
Where the flowers gently wave
Lies tbe one we loved o dearly
In his lone and silent grave.
He will never be forgotten
And never shall his memory fade.
Sweetest thoughts will always linger
Around the grave where he is laid.
_ MOTHER AND SISTER.
IN MEMORIAM—In loving remembrance
of our dear father. Philip H. Kiannery.
who died Dec. 20. Be consoled our only,
leave the earth, a land of many miseries,
to enter to sojourn of peace. May his
soul rest In peace. HIS CHILDREN.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—Sunday msrnlng. Boston terrlor
dog with white markings, wide leather
collar with brass trimmings. Answers to
name of 'Fosco." Reward. 25. WILLIAM
ALTLAND. 3070 Park avenue. Harri
son 2852.
LOST—Bracelet. pearls and sapphire,
downtown, Monday evening, Dec. 20.
Liberal reward. 41 West Thirty-second
street. Automatic phone 41-221.
LOST—One army overcoat on Capitol
avenue, near Gibson, about S:SO Thurs
day evening. Call Woodruff 7337. Re
ward.
LOST—Box containing dress from War
son's. In market house. Return 215 East
Twenty-Fifth street. Reward. Call North
5783. __
LOST—Brass symbal of baas drum. Friday
night on Raymond street, between Madi
son and Shelby; reward. Prospect STS.
LOST—Scotch collie oog. about 1 year
old; white nose and white tali. Liberal
reward. Woodruff 9472 or Main 1727.
LOST —Black traveling bag after 5 p. m.
Sunday, containing soiled clothing.
Prospect 8124. Liberal reward.
LOST —Garnet brooch in downtown dis
trict. Reward. Return Indiana Daily
Times. Call Circle 3232.
PERSONALS.
ABSOLUTELY reliable and confidential
detective work performed, reasonable
rates. O'Neil Secret Service, 329 N. Perm.
Main 5471. Nigh}, Washington 2950.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES.
Natureopatby.
Swedish Massage Baths and gen
eral treatments. Thorough satiafac
. tlon. 119 East Vermont Btreet First
floor front. Honrs 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
VIOLS.i Kay and SwedUn manage. MISS
DE VS RE. 17* W. Ohio. Main 5573.
FURNISHED HOUSES AND FLATB.
ELEGANTLY furnished 4-room cottage;
electricity, gas, well, cistern. North
0140. -
ROOMS—-TO LET. ”
TO LET—Nicely furnished upstairs front
room modern, half block from Illinois
car line. One or two people preferred.
Phone Harrison 3039,
COLLEGE ave., 1530; downstairs room.
kitchenette, furnished; warm and mod
ern. Phone North 5211.
ATTRACTIVE front room; couple em
ployed or gentlemen. Call Circle 4848.
MODEP.N slccpfhg or light housekeeping
rooms, from $3 to SB. Circle 4755.
3 UNFURNISHED rooms for rent, gas,
electric lights. Proepect 5583.
NICELY furnished modern room, j • ate
home; close in. Circle 8335.
NICELY furnished front room, walking
distance, Main 8447.
BOARD AND ROOMS—TO LET. -
TENTH, E., SIS; rooms with board; strict
ly modern home; home privileges; two
gentlemen. Circle 6095.
LaSaLLsE. X.. 1426; room with breaiefast
and laundry; garage if desired. Wood
ruff 4777.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
ILLINOIS, 932 N.; desirable front room,
with kitchenette, *6. Circle 4735.
ALABAMA N., 709; 2 modern furnished
front rooms. Main 9423.
BROADWAY, 1141; light housekeeping
, rooms. Circle 6*78.
ROOMS—WANTED.
WANTED—CoupIe desires one or two
rooms and kitchette in private home
after Dec. 25; permanent. Address A No.
1*73, Times
BY THE~BTOREBr~
* BIG REDUCTION
IN PRICES ON
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
TO TOUR MEASURE
Any $45 suit or overcoat, now )3*.SQ.
Any SSO suit or overcoat, now $40.50.
Any $55 suit or overcoat, now $44.50.
Any $69 auit or overcoat, now s4gi.so!
Any SBS suit or overcoat, now $52.60.
Any S7O suit or overcoat, now $58.60.
Any $75 ault or overcoat, now $60.50.
Any SBO suit or overcoat, now $84.50.
Any SBS suit or overcoat, now $68.50.
Any S9O suit or overooat, now $72.50.
Any $95 suit or overcoat, now $78.50.
Trousers, full dress suits, etc, in pro
portion.
W G. SCHNEIDER,
% 86 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are In the right place.
~~7rBUSINESS CHANCEt.
ROOMING HOUSES
bought and sold. SEBREE. 40 N. Dela
ware. Main 5177.
ROOF repairing, tin painted, furnaces
Cleaned and repaired. Woodruff 6284.
COAL OIL range, almost new, good con
dition, very oheap. Circle *oi2.
BABY buggy, gray reed, large tlae. con
vertible, s2*. Call Irvington $156.
MALE HELP-WANTED.
MEN to travel, get an education and learn
a trade, 1 or 3 years’ enlistment with
890 bonus at most any location desired.
Between ages of 17 and 35. Good pay.
all expenses paid. U. S. ARMY. 102 S.
Illinois st.. Indianapolis, Ind.
WANTED
Boys to carry downtown Times routes,
between North and South streets. East
and West streets. Call for Mr. Moore
head an afternoon after 2 o’clock.
YOUNG man. 18 or over to deliver type
writers and make himself generally use
ful In typewriter shop. CLARK TYPE
WRTTEIt SHOP, 18 W. Market street. _
Bui'S AND GIRLS to Fell Christmas
trees, wreaths, other decorations. See
our samples first. EVERITT'S SEED
STORE, 227 W. Washington street
MEN to learn barber trade. TRI-CITT
BARBER COLLEGE. 309 E. Washington
st., Indianapolis, Ind. Circle 757.
WANTED—MALE.
CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION EM
PLOYMENT BUREAU.
510 Indianapolis Securities Co.'s Bldg.
Phones; Circle 3784. Auto. 22-084.
No charge. Call between 8 and 12 m.
Wanted—Factory, store and office work
for boys 14 to 16, white or colored.
Wanted-—Factory, store and office work
for girls 14 to 16, white or colored.
Wanted—Situation as housekeeper for
woman with two children.
Wanted—Quilts to piece.
Wanted—Restaurant work for women.
SALESMEN—WANTED.
SALESMAN to act a a state agent for well
known and high-class line of auto spe
cialties. Will inquire about 21,000 invest
ment which fs applied on orders, to se
cure exclusive and permanent rights. A
real money-making "proposition. Call
Room 1032. Hotel Washington until 8
p. m. today.
EXPERIENCED stock salesmen for first
class dividend paying securities of old
establbllshed Indiana corporation. Call at
room 510 Board of Trade any Tuesday or
Wednesday.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
GIRLS AND BOYS to sell Chlrstmas
trees, wreaths, other decorations. See
our samples first. EVERITT'S SEED
STORE. 227 W. Washnlgton street.
WANTED—At once, one singer, one pian
ist, one saxophone, one violin, one cor
net. Inquire MR. LOCKWOOD. Claypool
Hotel.
WANT competent white girl to do cook
ing and assist with housekork; refer
ence. Washington 229.
WANTED—Pantry woman. 113 8. 111. st.
INSTRUCTION*.
Make It a
HAWAIIAN
CHRISTMAS
_ — s Be practical In your
■j ...n ,*■ 1 Xmas giving. Could
k you make a gift of
b— Si more real value or
one more accept
able to a child or
a friend or even to yourself than a musi
cal Instrument and a course of lessons?
Too ability to play sonis musical Instru
ment will make your gift remembered for
life. Until holidays we will give you
your choice of these beautiful instruments
—Hawaiian guitar, ukulele, banjo, man
dolin, violin or other small Instrument
and case absolutely free with each en
rollment. We guarantee to teach you to
play fifty-two pieces In your first term.
Sold on payments if desired. We also
teach piano. Open Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday evenings.
HAWAIIAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
J6YY. Washington St. Main 1072.
3UBIN ESS AN NOU NC E M ENTS.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
ON TAILORED SUITS
AND OVERCOATS.
READ-TO-WEAR.
ALL SIZES.
W. G. SCHNEIDER.
33 WEST OHIO STREET.
Be sure you are in the right place.
BUSINESS SERVICE*.
SEWING MACHINES
y py Rented, $3 per mo.
An makes' machines repaired. Every
| piece, pari or strew tor any sewing ma
thine
White Sewing Machine Cos.
Main 600. Auto. 25-216. 312 Mas*. Ave
FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
piliovrs made to order. E. F. BURKLE.
416 Mass ave. Main 1428 .New 23-776.
safety"razor blades
I Ksrp ned. TUTTLKPC.E 201 Indiana v
'PAPER HANGING; flrst-elo** vork guar-
I anteed; 12%c up. GRUBB. Pros. -525.
EXPERT CASH REGISTER REPAIRING.
119 W. Ohio St. Circle 2296.
DETECTi v Et.
Quigley-ilyland Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators.
625-528 Law bldg. Main 2902.
AUTOMOBILES FOR KALE.
OVERLAND 85-4
of Gibson Quality Standard
A touring car that has had tbe
best of care t>y former owner. Has
been overhauled and faultlessly
repainted. Make a moderate initial
payment and meet the balance as
you ride. Used Car Department,
second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
“HE BOUGHT A NASH”
Here are eoxne bargains at holiday
prices If sold before Christmas. Note
customer*' prices. w
Chevrolet 490. driven 2,000 mliea, $565.
Dodge tourli g at 3496.
Monroe touring. Rex winter top, $685.
Cash or terms.
LOSEY-NASII RETAIL CO.
Main 3348.
WTLLYS KNIGHT
A touring car with the motor
that Improves with use. Powerful
yet economical to operate. Has
been overhauled and faultlessly
repainted. Easy terms if desired.
Used Car Department, second
floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan
*
EITHER NEW OR USED CARS.
INVESTIGATE OUR YEAR PLAN.
‘‘YOU SELECT THE CAR.
WE FURNISH THE MONEY”
AUTOMOBILE FUNDING CO.
912-13 Hume-Mansur Bldg.
1920 FORI) SEDAN
In excellent condition. Has de
mountable rims and starter. Our
price is right and easy terms can
be arranged. Used Car Depart
ment, second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
FORDS FORDS FORDS "
$75 to sllO down. Plenty to select
from, all models. Pay as you ride.
WEISSMAN, 212-14 E. New York street.
WE have several touring cars and road
sters. Will trade for diamonds, stoeg or
equities In city property. 834 E. Market
street. Main 6738.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
OVERLAND 83
We are prompted to sell this
touring car for 2285. which covers
our claims. Arrangements have
been made to display it In the
Used Car Department of the Glb
acin Company, Capitol avenue at
Michigan.
ATLAS SECURITIES CO.
70S Fletcher Savings & Trust bldg.
1920 OVERLAND COUPE
Has been driven only a few
thousand mllea. In excellent
condition. Has five w*ro wheels
and all good tires. Very easy
terms can be arranged. Used
Car Department, second floor.
THE GIBSON' COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
FORDrS7S DOWN
will get you a good 1917 roadster, bal
ance one year to pay, 30 days' free serv
lce. WEISSMAN. 112-14 E. New York.
AUTOMOBILES—WANTED.
I WANT YOUR CAR
and will pay you cash for It.
Don’t forget your money is wait
ing for you. If you can’t drive
in, call Main 4446 and immediate
attention will be given.
212 E. NEW YORK ST.
AUTOS WANTED
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
619 N. Illinois St. Main 1579. Auto. 32-063.
I WANT 100 cars. Cash Is waiting for
you. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO SALES
CO.. 235 N. Pennsylvania street.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES,
Send us your radiator work
Our prices are the very lowest
21.50 to 26.00 labor chargoe.
Every job passes double test before de
livery. If your radiator leaks, let us re
pair It.
POPE RADIATOR CO.
901 E. Washingt-m st. Phone Pres.
AXLES, springs and gaskets for all cars.
fire extinguishers and recharges. Sno
Flake polish, spotlights. raocometera,
bumpers, side wings, rubber mats dia
mond lenses. Parts for Ford. AAA, 79
W. New York street.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty, 222-324 North Illinois.
S & S Auto Laundry
DOWN TOWN TIRE SHOP.
Ollulold replaced In your curtains.
Curtains made to order; vjloanlzlng that
tS Kentucky avenue.

eale cheap. 235 N. Pennsylvania st.
Main 2246.
AUTO painting: FLMMINO & REED. 130-
U* *1 *-• • ** w York street.
autos anp trucks for hire
U-DRIVK ’EM.
Automobiles rented to drive yourself.
MARKET MOTOR SERVICE.
334 K. Market St. Main 5716.
AI'TOS for rent. Do your own driving
U-Drlve Auto Service, at Hooaier
Laundry. Hear Keith’s theater Mein 5911.
R E ALLSTATE— * Q R SAL E.
HERBS A BEAUTY.
Six rooms and bath. full basement,
front ami rear porches, ltund automatic
heater, furnace, hullt-ln featqres, double
garage, nice lawn In front, front and rear
driveway to garage. Immediate posses
sion. Priced right for qul, k sale, easy
terms. Half block of W. Tenth car.
THIS ONE LIKE RENT.
Five rooms and bath; electric lights and
furnace, front and rear porch, garage; lot
80x160 feet; nice shade trees In front,
grape arbor and several fruit trees In
bark. Price 24.500 if sold at once, 2500
cash; terms. Immediate possession. Good
as new .
“LIVE WIRE.*’ T R. JONES & CO.
216 K. OF I*. BLDG.
MAIN 67:. fi. BELMONT 31.
5-ROC)M SEMI-MODERN
BUNGALOW
Half square from West Indlar.apnlle
car line. Oood condition; large lot. Price
22,600, part cash and balance easy terms.
Mr. Mclnt) ■ r, with
I. X. Richie & Son.
303 Security Block. Main 520.
XMAS PRESENT
3150.00 DOWN.
buys five rooms, electric lights, gas, well
arid cistern on Hanson avenue. Price
31.850. fall J. W. Eider. Evenings. Irv
ington 3406.
Schmid & Smith
134 N. Delaware. Main_4oSJE
M 1 ST SELL
3609 Crescent and Northwestern ave., 5-
rot.rn, strictly modern bungalow and
some household fixtures for 33.300. Mr.
Trueblood.
Reliable. Realty Cos.
601 < tty Trust Bldg
ftla n 114 Evenings, Irvington SSfS*
310 CASH, then only $1.26 weekly secure*
a beautiful, large, high, level lot In that
good section c'oxe to Thirty-Eighth street
end two squares southeast of fair grounds.
Price thl:> week only 3525. 64C Leracke
Annex. Main 1409.
NO CASH PAYMENT ~
l.i too small to L considered. th
house at 1051 West New Vork. then see
me personally. O. D. lloss, with
W. L. Bridges, Realtor.
3S6-9|K. If P. Rids-
WE own and offer several choice farms
and city properties at pre-war prices.
INVESTORS’ BANKING
SERVICE CORF.
112 K. Market St.
C A RROL<L/rON avenue, la ’‘Johnston’s
Woods,” anew never occupied bungalow,
strictly modern, hardwood floors through
out, all up-to-date built-in features, full
basement. laundry equipped, Pullman
breakfast room, sun parlor, tile roof, big
lot. A real place.” Call Washington 107a.
BilA UTIFI'L* new 6-room bungalow, near
Washington street on Woodrow street.
Ready to move in, $3,000; payments.
O.SCA Ft I EE. 100 City Trust. Main 916.
l BAVB two splendid otx-room cottages
on Rural street, near Washington at a
bargain. Splendid homes, not a dollar re
pair needed. Modern except furnace.
Washington 107 9.
"colored.
802 Hiawatha. 4 rooms, electric lights.
$l5O ca.vh, balance sl2 monthly. Bargain.
H. ii. HARTMAN* 224■ North Diltwtri.
REAL”ESTATE—SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Equity In 6-room
cottagd for small car or some cash;
well, cistern, light, gas, cellar, on Im
proved street. Call at 1615 Montcalm st.
FAR MS—FOR SALE.
FARM BARGAINS
In Jackson County, 50 acros of good
soil, 9-room house, barn and silo. This
can't bo beat for tomato or stock farm.
Close to tomato factory and traction line.
Also has small peach and apple orchard.
Price for quick sale 12.800. Terms.
Frank S. Clark & Cos.
88$ K. Ohio St. Main 3377.
FOR SALE—Twenty-acre ftfrm, no build
ings; suitable for good fruit farm. Price
reasonable. I. J. RICHHART, Morgan
town, Ind. Route .2.
MACHBNERY AND T00L9.77
FARM POWER
SUPPLIES
HERCULES GASOLINE ENGINES;
ALL SIZES.
ASSOCIATED GASOLINE ENGINES;
AI.L. SIZES
FARM SAWING OUTFITS.
FARM CONCRETE MIXERS.
PUMPING OUTFITS OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS.
WONDER MIXERS
HOISTS AND PUMPS FOR BUILDING
AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. ALL
SIZES CARRIED IN STOCK. BUHL
FINCH, DIST.. 812-20 W. MARYLAND ST.
mnjlhaiha i>ax jui iiittUiS, auLsDAi, jjLLuiylLAiiv zi,
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR BALI.
Give him a pair
of Trousers for j F 1
Christmas \ I I
THE PANTS \| /
STORE CO ill /
Two Storst, V J UJ
48 W. Ohio. }$ Sjk
FOR SALE—Bank fixtures. About 60 feet
oak bank counters, part marble top.
golden oak finish. "Plain glass and grilles.
Will sell all or part. Also two roll-top
desks and one Bmall time lock burglar
vault.
First National Bank of Sheibyvllle, Ind.
FOR SALK—Vocalion and 30 records;
good condition; also cedar chest; party
leaving city; bargain. MR. SMITH. Bel
mont 2271.
Quit wearing ready-made ,
PANTS Ig
We make them to your |l
measure for \\ J/
LEON TAILORING CO..
131 E. New York st. Upstairs.
EXTRA nice leather settee for office or
lodge room, as good as new, cost new,
2186, Our price 249.50. BAKER BROS.
CEDAR CHESTS. 14, Special built. WM.
F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO. Nineteenth
and Cornell avenue. North 7000.
SEVERAL good ladles’ desks In oak, ma
hogany and bird’s-eye maple, $lO, 812
and BAKER BROH.
SMALL Columbia Vtctrola for sale; baby
carriage and also a gas heating stove.
2034 South Delaware.
SWEET - CYDER, fresh every day. 75c gaf
lon; bring Jugs. 2022 Hillside. Wood
ruff 1465.
CHRISTMAS FAVORS. SEE THESE.
1017 Laurel st. Prospect 8113.
ARTIFICIAL Christmas tree with 24 elec
tric bulbs. Washington 1100.
TAILOR’S sewing machine, flO.
BAKER BROS. __
SEVEN good roll top desks at S2O and 322.
BAKER BROS.
SIX-HOLE coal range, S2O.
baker bbob.
~~_M >BCE LL AN EQUS—WANTED.
LEW SHANK ,
pays best prices In city for houeehold
goods and fixtures of sll kinds. 227 North
New Jersey ftr-et. Main 2024.
CALL me before you sell your household
goods. I will pav you cash or get you
more at Ruction. 1.. A. HODGES, auc
tioneer. Main 2534.
household oood a.
USED GOODS.
Better value for leas money.
Rellniahed exactly like new at half the
new price.
Also flue rugs, stoves and gas ranges.
Guaranteed.
Vlctrolaa at cut prices.
ÜbfcD GOODS- STORE. 424 Maas. Ave.
There I* only one.
HUGS
Hundreds o? rugs, all kinds; wool filler.
Axmtnster. Bojiart. velvet. Wiltons, grass
matting, any kind of a rug: we have thorn.
Corns and see our rugs before you buy.
QLAZER
_ 111 E. Washington st.
BARGAINS
Good heating stoves of all makes, cook
stoves and ranges at 25 r i discount; fur
niture. rugs and linoleum. Terms if de
al r*d. k TANARUS, 607 >. Washington st.
ONE large Wilton velvet carpet, worth
$136. for 265, four or five large Brus
sel,, carpets from 3iu to S6O. BAKER
BROS.
XINC top 2-foot kitchen table 819.90
Zinc top 6-foot kitchen table 8.00
baker bugs.
COLONIAL mahogany three-piece bed
room suite, cheap, cash or payments.
BAKER BROS. _
FRENCH gray I-plec- bedroom suite, as
good aa new, SIOO. BAKER BROS,
FIFTY doaen dining chairs, new. at $3.2$
_pcr_set of six BAKER BROS.
TWO mahngany finish tea carts, 97.90
each. BAKER BROS.
. I good electric domes, 38.59 to 16.
BAKER BROB
GOOD ess range for sale at 1541 E. Ray
mood . 835.99.
MUSICAL. INSTRUMENTS.
Phonograph Bargains
Columbia, oak case. $225 modal, with
10 record* $l2O
Columbia, walnut case, 3226 modal.
with 10 record* 3160
Nightingale, oak caw, S2OO model.
with 10 records $135
Convenient term* arranged.
j E. L. Lent jx Piano Cos.
U N. Meridian St.
| PIANOS, player planoe and talking ma
! chinos. You may want one for Chrlst-
I mas. My auto will call fur you day or
j night, rain or shine. Main 204. A*k fur
: Charles C. Morgan. BALDWIN PIANO
COMt’A N V
PHONOGRAPHS
REPAIRED. PRICES REASONABLE.
THE WARBLETONE MUSIC CO.
881 MA. s AVE. CIRCLE 323.
RKCOKDH. good records of any make
you deal re, 40c. BAKER BROS.. 319
U. Washington.
GOOD Used player piano, three year* to
pay. Phono Main 205. Ask for ('has.
C. Morgan.
YIoTTnB.'“% *{*,•. andTuTT“size.” WACHS*
MAN. 628 South Alabama. Prospect 6768.
GOOD upright piano, 3140. Payment*.
Main 205. Ask for Cha*. C. Morgan.
WILI ; $36 to S2O -ash for upright
nlano. North 4231.
PET STOCK AND POULTRY.
WANTED—Home* for nealthy homeless
dog INDIANAPOLIS HUMANE SO
CIETY MUNICIPAL DOG POUND. 924
East New Vork Bt. Houre: 11 a. m. to
12 noon dally.
SCRATCH feed; no grit, 32.76 ; laying
ninth, sB.Bs. Delivered. Prospect 4216.
FOR SALE-—FI no young canary singer.
Pros. 8159. 24 E. Adler.
COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE.
HERE’S YOUR CHANCE
TO LAY IN YOUR WIN
TER COAL AT A REAL
SAVING. CALL NORTH
9151.
SHIELDS & GERETY "
Phones Prospect 8064.
Harrison 1207.
Linton No. 6 and
Panhandle Lump, SB.
Bkknell mine run, $7.60.
Prompt deliveries.
CO A L DELI VKRE D PROMPTLY
Indiana egg, Brazil block mine run. Illi
nois mine run, llllnola lump, Kentucky,
Pocahontas, crushed coke, egg coke.
POLAR ICE AND FUEL CO.
North Yard —-North 689; Auto. 41-321.
South Yard—Prospect 1465; Auto. 62-846.
Weal Yard R.-ltnont 888; Auto. BJ-731.
POCA. M. R.
$11.50 PER TON.
L. H BAIN COAL CO.
_ MAIN 2161 OR MAIN 353 L
COAL
Indiana, Illinois, Eastern Kentucky end
hard coal.
Big Four Elevator
Prospect 6878. Auto 62-252.
Illinois Lump, $9.00
Nice, large coal, good for furnace or
etove, Illinois egg, $9.00. Prospect 3280.
Auto. 52-384.
COAL J
Brazil block, Illinois lump, Indiana lump
at right prices. Irvington 373, Ring 2.
CALL McPHERSON BROsTTot" Indlanav
Illinois, Virginia, Kentucky, semi-block
coal, Chestnut coke. Prospect 8621 or
Prospect 8664.
EMERGENCY~COAL~"cd~46 N. Penn st.
Auto. 23-001. Multi 6056. Hours 8:30-
6:80. Brazil block special all week be
gin* Monday.
COAL
Why not buy from an Independent con
oern. Call North 9151 and investigate.
FOR SALE—CoaI and wood. INTER
STATE PRODUCTS CO. Main #B*.
INDIANA coal. Call MaJn 8617, or Autq.
31-608 Price $7.76.
ILLINOIfe COAL, 9.5*l Indiana, $7.25.
Main 6930.
SAVE MONEY
by taking advantage of the
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that appear daily under —
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Automobiles For Sale
Household Goods For Sale
Miscellaneous For Sale
Business Chances
In fact if you have ANYTHING
to buy or sell it will pay you to
use THE DAILY TIMES CLAS
SIFIED SECTION, the shortest
route between buyer and seller.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
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Move?
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TRANSIT CO.
18 S. Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana.
Phono Main 4631
Will Move You
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Cash or Payments
HUNDREDS OF
RED BALL TRUCKS,
Operated by
Experienced Men,
Fully Equipped,
at Your Service.
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Plano
Vlctrola
Davenport
Bookcase
Daak
Tables
Chair*
Rocker*
Sowing machine
Washing machine
Garden tools
Too! chest
Boxes
Barrets
Stoves
Buffet f
China closet
Library table
Kitchen cabinet
Ice box
Beds
Ur,oleum
Dressers
Chiffonier,
Chests
Sanlfary couch
Trunk*
Child's crib, +
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I US. Everything at rea-
I H eonable price. Packed,
11 ){ shipped anywhere.
Z U Locked room if de*lr#d.
30 Weet Heury. Main 469.
Traction Terminal Baggage Cos.
TRANSFER.
Main 1293. Auto. 31-261.
CALL SHANK for the best service In
hauling, packing, shipping and storage.
827-13* North New aeroey St. Main 2>B.
whtworryt"
LKT_a Tlrnee Want ad sell It for you.
MOTORCYCLE AND BICYCLE*.
BUY THE BOY A BICYCLE FOH
CHRITSMAS.
SIO.OO down, $2.00 per week.
ERNEST HUGHES CO.
614-16 Mini Ave. Main 6404.
CASH paid for all kind* of motorcyoleaT
FLOYD PETERMAN, 509 Massachu
setts avenue. \
AUCTIONS. _ ~
AUCTION.
Wednesday, at 2 p. m., Dec. 22. at 512
j E- Twenty-eighth *!., we will sell seven
rooms of good furniture, consisting of onw
MAHOGANY CECILIAS' PLAYER PIANO,
one upright, davenport, two upholstered
sthalrs, mahogany library table, several
9x12 rugs, mahogany writing desk, golden
oak dining room set, one reed breakfast
set. high oven g*s range, Hoosler kitchen
cabinet, large chlfferobe, oak chiffonier
and dresser, one set of twin beds, springs
and mattress, braes bed, springs and mat
tress, dishes, lace curtains, bedclothes
and many other articles not mentioned.
LEW SHANK AUCTION CO,
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
The undersigned, executor of the last
will and testament of Catherine Duffy de
ceased. hereby gives notice that by virtue
of an order of the Probate Court of Ma
floti County, Indiana, he will*at tho hour
of 10 o’clock a. m. of the T7th day of
December, 1920, nd from day to day
thereafter until eold, at the office of John
H. Welch &. Bone, 62 Monument Place,
Indianapolis, Indiana, offer for sale, at
private sale, all tho Interest of said de
cedent in and to tho following described
real estate in Marlon County, Indiana,
towlt:
1. Part of lots Noe. 93, 99 and 100 in
McKernan and Pierce’s subdivision of part
of outlets 121 and 128 to the city of
Indians poila towlt: Beginning at a
point 60 feet west of the southwest cor
ner of McCarty and McGinnis streets,
thenco west 20 feet on the south line of
McCarty street, thenth south 90 feet,
thence east parallel wltfi the south line
of McCarty street 20 feet, thence north
90 feet to the place of beginning.
2. Thirty feet in width off of the east
end of lot* 75, 76 and 77 In McKernan
and Pierce's subdivision of outlots 128
and 131 In the city of Indianapolis.
3. The undivided one-half of part of
iota 98, 99 and 100 In McKernan and
Pierce’s subdivision of part outlots 121
and 128 in the city of Indianapolis as
shown In plat book 3, page 43 of (he re
corder’s office of Marlon County, Btate of
Indiana, more particularly described as
follows: Beginning at the northwest cor
ner of *aid lot No. 100, running thence
east on the south line of McCarty street
30 feet, thence south 90 feet to the south
line of said lot 98, thence west on the
south line of said lot 98* 30 feet and thence
north 90 feet to the pla e of beginning.
Raid *ale will be made subject to the
approval of said court for -not less than
the full appraised value of said real es
tate and upon the following terms and
conditions:
All for cash, subject to taxes of 1920,
payable In 1921.
JOHN R. WELCH.
Executor of last will and testament of
Catherine Duffy, deceased.
THOMAS D. McGBB, Attorney.
LEGAL NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF PARK
COMMISSIONER OF THE CITY*
OF INDIANAPOLia
_ December 14, 1920.
TO IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Park Commissioners of tae City of Indian
apolis, that by its acquisition resolution
No. 14, 1920, it has determined that it is
desired and deemed necessary to make the
following appropriation of land for park
purposes in said city; that the land so to
be appropriated and to be used for such
park purposes are along the north side
and adjacent to Thirtieth street and be
tween the White liver on the west, and
the canal of the Indianapolis Water Com
pany on the east, and extending to the
center line of Thirty-Sixth street, extended
west to White river, and lies within the
following boundaries, tp-wit:
Beginning at a point Id the south line of
the southwest %, of section 22. township
16 N. R. 3 East, Marion County, Indiana,
1,445 feet east of the southwest corner
.thereof; thence north no degrees and 9
feet, east 451 feet to a -point; thence
north 89* 51 feet west 266 feet to tfi
low water mark of White river; thence
northeastwardly along the low water mark
of White river to a point in the north
line of the aforesaid % section; thence
east along the north line of the aforesaid
’,4 section to a point in . the west property
line of the Indianapolis Water Company:
thence south 22° west 1'46% feet to a point;
thence south 14° west 325 1-3 feet to a
point; thence south 18%° west 292% feet
to a point; thence south west 263‘A
feet to a point; thence south 7%“ west
147% feet to a point; thence south 4° 10
feet west 101 feet to a point; thence south
no degrees 45 feet east 121 feet to a point;
thence south 6° 10 fegt /tkst 11S% feet to
a point; thence south B%° east 85 feet to
a point; thence south 16° 60 feet east
135% feet to a point; thence south 15* .05
feel east 204 feet to a point; thence south
16° 65 feet east 137% feet to a poiHt;
thence south 19 1-3° east 309 1-3 feet to
a point; thence south 24%° east 120 feet
to a point; thence south 28° 10 feet east
*I2V4 feel to a point; thence south 32° 35
feet east 167 feet to a point In the south
line of aforesaid % section, thence north
89° 51 feet west along the south line of
the aforesaid Vi section .1009.6 feet 'to
place of beginning, containing 26 acres.
By this resolution it is provided that
Friday, Dec. 31, 1920, at 2 o’clock p. m..
at the office of the board, in the city hall
in said city, ie the day, when final action
shall be taken confirming, modifying or
rescinding said resolution.' and when said
board wll! receive and hear remonstrances
from persons Interested in or affected by
such proceedings, and when it will de
termine the public utility and benefit
thereof.
CHARI.ES E COFFIN.
SAMUEL E. RAUH,
FRED C. GARDNER.
EDWARD A. STUCKMEYER.
Board of Bark Commissioners of the City
of Indianapolis.
FINANCIAL.
PERSONAL LOANS
S2O TO S3OO
i
This ofllcs is operated under the super
vision of the State ot Indiana and was es
tablished for the purpose of providing a
place where honest people can borrow
any amount from 220 to S3OO without
paying nslf than the legal rate of In
terest or without being Imposed upon In
any tray
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
friends, relative* or trade i people.
You can have ail the time necessary for
repayment and pay 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 morn money advanced at legal
ratea.
IF IN A HURRY PHONE MAIN
2923 OR AUTO 22 4SC.
SECURITY MORTGAGE
LOAN CO.
Room* 20S-7-9 Indians Trust Bldg,
118 E. Wash. St. Corner Virginia Ave.
WK ARE PREPARED TO MAKE REAL
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WR
1 K( Ha.sk RSALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES, BUNDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO.
FRANK K SAWYER. Free.
Fifth floor Indianapolis Securities Bldg
Southwest corner Delaware and Market.
SECOND mortgage loans made on good
farms and Improved city real estate.
GIBRALTAR FINANCE COMPANY. 108
North Delaware street.
INSURAN'E In all branches AUBREY
D. PORTER. 916 Peoples Bank bldg.
Main 70t __ _
FTRST end aecond mortgages on Indian*
and Indianapolis real estate R. B. WIL
SON. 103 N. D-taware st Main 1618.
-SHADE TREES
NEED OF CITY
Park Special Service Head
Makes Plea to Citizens.
If more shade trees to take the place
of those which are dying are not planted,
j Indianapolis will look like a desert, nc
i cording to a bulletin issued by 11. G.
I Mqrgau, bend of the special service of
the city park department today.
The bulletin is as follows:
"Indianapolis, from u shn()p tree stand
point, Is rapidly getting Into the desert
class. Far niore removals are being made
than there’ are plantings, and any self
thinking eltizeu can readily see the ulti
mate outcome of such practice. The citi
zens collectively are desirous of having
the city with plenty of trees, but Indi
vidually they do not take the time nor
trouble to do their bit. It ofteu is the
case that when one property owner takes
the Initiative and plants tret's in front
of his own property he has been the
means of stimulating a neighborhood
movement that Is an addition to the- city
and the community at large. A city Is
Judged by the appearance that it makes
to the visitor and with our number of
| dead trees standing that should lie re
! moved and vacant places that should be
j planted with good hardy trees. It is no
i wonder that we will in the near future
be krfbwn for the trees we do not have.
“Ji. law' passed by the recent, session of
the legislature makes it possible for
property owners to have shade trees at
far less cost than they could have the
work done Individually. They may peti
tion for them the tame as fpr any other
public improvement. This petition Is
drawn up for the uniform planting and
grading of any such street and signed
by the resident property owners only.
This petition Is presented to the depart
ment of public parks, the board of park
commissioners will pass resolutions for
this w'ork to be done, specifications made
and bids received. The work, when ac
complished and inspection made, will be
prorated per front foot and assessed
against the property. To date, several
petitions have bC4'n filed, the work to
take place lu the spring. Ft Is the desire
that many more such petitions be drawn
up and submitted as soon ns possible
so that action may be taken so that the
work may be done in the spring. Peti
tions may be obtained by application to
special service, department of public
parks.
"Those citizens desiring sdvloo on this
or any subject relative to forestry and
home beautification fire urged to consult
the special service, department public
parks.”
Woman Killed When
Run Over by Truck
Special to The Times.
ENGLISH, Ind., Dec. 21.—Mrs. Marion
Bushaw, CO, was instantly killed Mon
day at Marengo when she wan struck
by an auto truck used for hauling logs.
The woman started to cross she street,
witnesses say, but turned toward the
walk at the approach of the truck. The
driver had slackene.d speed but started
ahead. Wheels of the truck passed over
Mrs. Bushaw’s head, crushing her skull.
Hayden Sloan, driver of the truek,
surrendered to the authorities, lut no
action was taka*.
In Playful Mood!
Special to The Times.
MtTNCIE, Ind., Dec. 21.—Louis Kills
was in a playful .mood the other
night, so he told Judge McClellan in
City Court. While In this mood he
knocked hig wife down, hit her with
a chair and struck her with a shovel.
The Judge declared he would make
a good playmate for prisoner* at the
Indiana prison and gave htan ninety
days.
CLIFTY FALLS
BANQUET THEME
Two Counties Celebrate Ac
quisition of New State Park.
Bpeclal to The Times.
DUPONT, Ind., Dec. 21. —Governor
Goodrich, W. A. Guthrie, chairman of
the State Conservation Commission, and
L. H. Wright, director of the State High
way Commission, were guests of honui
Monday night at a banquet given in the
Odd Fellow Hall here by citizens of
Jefferson and Jennings Counties. The
banquet was in celebration of Jefferson
County's recent acquisition of Clifty
Falls and land contiguous to Madison as
a State park. About fifty were seated
at tbe banquet tables.
Mr. Guthrie, chairman of the conser
vation commission, worked ceaselessly
for this project and Governor Goodrich
approved three State highways that will
make the park accessible to tourists
from all parts of the State.
Governor Goodrich told how the peo
ple of northern Indiana were jnst be
ginning to learn of tbe scenic beauty o
southern Indiana. He asserted that
southern Indiana scenery is as beautiful,
\i not more so, than the historic Berk
shire hills in New England. He pre
dicted a great future in the tourist busi
ness when Indiana's program for a sy3-
! tem of modern highways is
completed.
Mr. Gatbrie appealed for a comprehen
sive forestry law that will encourage
planting to forests much of the State’s
waste arid uncultivated lgnds unfit for
agricultural production. He pointed cut
the fast-diminishing supply of timber
throughout the Nation and said Indiana
wood-using industries capitalized at
5175.000,000, and having an annual pro
duction valued at 1140,000,000, are forced
to Import the bulk of all raw materials.
Mr. Wright pledged the aid of his de
partment in assisting to exploit the new
State park through a system of roads
and priffhlsed that the work would be
completed as rapidly as possible.
Will J. Hare, gtate Representative
from Jennings and Decatur Counties;
Harry Meloy and Orville Platter, North
Vernon attorneys, gave short talks.
TRIAL LAXITY
IS SHOWN IN
STEVENS CASE
(Continued From Page One.)
lawfni use of explosive Indictment and
petitioned the court to release SJevens
on bis own recognizance lu this caae.
Judge Alford granted the prosecutor’s
motion and Stevens was released on his
own recognizance.
In the meanwhile, Stevens was ad
mitted to bond on the burglary charge
iin the sumo'of $5,000, which sum was
deposited with the county clerk,
j The bond bears the notation, "Sec
j Joe Roach."
j It also gives the address of Stevens as
! 1055 North San Francisco avenue, care
I Phillips, 3FT fronts, Chicago, 111.
Stevens, apparently has no use for this
j $5,000 deposit, which he accommodatingly
j lett with the county clerk, for although
| he lias been deprived of this money since
: inst August, he had not attempted to
i force a trial of the ease or a substitu
i t!on of bond that might bring him back
•the $3,000.
JOE ROACH WAS
| OCT OF THE 4TTY.
: The ease against Stevens was set for
1 trial Oct 11. but according to Prosecutor
1 Adams, it was not tried because Joe
Roach was engaged in a case at Little
I Egypt. 111., on that date.
As the record stands today Edward
Stevens, accused of having pulled off one
| of the boldest robberies ever perpetrated
• In Indianapolis, Is enjoying his freedom
lu a cash bond and the case against him
Is nofc even set for trial seven months
' i.fter he was Indicted.
Among the police and others who are
familiar with such affairs as this, the
evident lack of inclination on the part
of the Criminal Court to try the case is
attributed to influence.
It is recalled that although Stevens
might have escaped Jail when Welling bid
goodby to Sheriff Miller, he did not leave
and it was rumored then that he was
entirely satisfied to take his chances of
conviction with Claris Adams as prose
cutor.
The effort to secure his release from
Jail on bond created considerable talk,
even the day and the hour of the re
lease having been predicted before It
took place.
• ARRANGEMENT” TO DROP
1 PUBLICITY RUMORED.
Recently, It has been rumored that
"arrangements” were made with the
newspapers by which no criticism of
this release was to be made and the
whole mutter was to be forgotten as soon
as possible
Stevens is said to have relatives In
Indiana, and to be unwilling to take any
steps that might make him a fugitive
from justice as long as there remained a
possibility of being freed ip the regular
manner.
At one time It was said he was also
suspected of having stolen an automo
bile in another county of the .State, but
the disposition of this charge against him
is not now publicly known.
At the time of the arrest of Stevens
and Welling the police were publicly
commended for their "good catch.”
I>ut it does little good to make a
"catch” if the court and the prosecutor
are not sufficiently interested to bring
the "catch” to trial within a six month's
period.
Thrasherman Fight
LTniformJload Bill
Special to The Times.
COLUMBUS, Ind., Dec. 21.—At a meet
ing of the Bartholomew County Brother
hood of Thrashermen held here yesterday
AlN?rt .Miller was elected president of the
organization. J. C. Gliek. vice president,
and P. IV. Durland, secretary-treasurer.
Mr. Durland was named a delegate to the
annual convention of the Brotherhood to
be held In ludianapolik, Jan. 11 to 14.
W. H. Newsom, notional president of
the Brotherhood, explained the uniform
highway bill, which the State Traffic
Officers' Association Is attempting to
have pnsssed by th Riming Legislature,
In a talk at the meeting. The thrasher
men contend that the proposed Taw will
work hardships on them and they are
preparing to contest its enactment.
Fears Jeers of Pals,
Man Takes Own Life
CHICAGO, Dee. 21—Frederick Seffl,
50, 1817 South Racine avenue, married u
divorcee four years ago. He killed him
self last Saturday. The coroner got a
letter today, written Just before Sefll
shot himself, assigning $7,790 to his wife,
and saying he had committed suicide
fearing that the Jeers of his friends, might
drive him Insane. "I have tried <to be
a good citizen,” he wrote. j
COUNCIL KILLS
GAS FRANCHISE
AMENDING ACT
Late Petition of Company for
Increased Rates Works
Against Contract.
TRUCK DEAL ANNULLED
The contract amending the franchise
of the Citizens Gas Company so that the
company could give cook stoves the
preference on gas during times of short
age and binding the company to make
$1,000,000 worth of plant improvements
and extensions was killed by the city
council at tbe last regular meeting of
1920 last night.
Although no discussion accompanied
the passage of a motion to strike the
ordinance ratifying the contract from
the files, it was well understood that the
conncllmen have been turned completely
against it by tbe gas company’s recent
petition for an increase in rate of from
GO to 90 cents per 1,000 cubic feet.
The council also killed an ordinance
ratifying a contract between the board
of public works and L. H/ Colvin for
the purchase of two five-ton Whits
tractor trucks for the city ash hauling
department. In the face of this unfavor
able action the' coupcll ratified another
contract by which the board of work*
will purchase six trailers for the aslx
hauling department. One of the truck*
which the council denied the board of
works was so have been used to haul th
six new trailers. Members of the board
have stated that If the council took un
favorable action on the trucks the plan*
for increased efficiency in the ash de
partment would be curtailed.
RATIFY HEATER
CONTRACT.
Another contract between the board of
works and the Equitable Asphalt Main
tenance Company of Kansas City for the
rental of two Lutz Surface Heaters for
use in the street repair department for m
period of two years from last Oct. 15
was unanimously ratified.
The council voted unanimously to kill
the gas franchise amending contract, but
developed a pecul ar line-up on the Whit*
truck contract. The somewhat out of
the ordinary alignment of conncllmen on
this matter first became evident in the
report of the finance committee recom
mending that it be not passed. The re
port was signed by Chairman William B.
Peake, openly hostile to Mayor Charlea
W. Jewett’s administration; Russell
Willson, who, until the past few months,
has been considered the administration j
leader In the council, and who, it ha*
been thought, would still support any
strictly administration measure, and Lee
J. Kirsch, an anti-administration man.
Auother councilman generally consid-)
ered as strongly pro-administration
joined in strangling the truck contract’
when the motion to strike the ratifying
ordinance from the record was put. Ha
was Councilman Jesse E. Miller. Besides
Mr. Miller, President Gustav G. Schmidt,
Mr. Willson, Louis W. Carnefix, Mr.
Peake and Mr. Kirsch voted to strike
out the measure. Councilmen Jacob P.
Brown and Summer A. Furnigs cast the
only favorable votes. Councilman Otto
P. Pettljohn, an anti, who is reported to
be about to break over into the Jewett
camp, was absent.
PAY ROLL FUNDS
TRANSFERRED.
An ordinance appropriating $10,700 to
the fire department pay roll fund and
transferring $4,000 from the police force
pay roll fund to the electrical depart
ment pay roll fund and $5,300 from the
police force pay roll fund to the fire
department pay roll fund was passed.
To keep William Brown, colored,
Mayor Jewett's messenger, from going
without h!s salary this month the coun
dl appropriated S6O to the mayor’s of
fice salary fund under suspension of ths
rules. Brown's salary -was increased $5
per month last year, but the appropriation
never has been raised to cover the ad
dition. S
An ordinance to Increase the salary of
Louis Zieglen, Barrett law clerk in the
finance department, from $1,320 per year
to $1,500 was introduced.
Upon explanation by Councilman Fur- ,
niss that residents of the vicinity de
sired the change the council suspended
the rules and passed an ordinance fixing
the name of the street known before the
war ns Germania avenue as Belieview ,
Place. The name was changed from Ger- 1
mania avenue in 1918, because of popular
dislike for anything suggesting Ger
nrnny, but the ordinance gave two spell
ings of the new title. The other spelling
was Bellevieu Place. The residents pre
fer Belieview Place and the council com- :
plied with their wishes.
SCHMIDT THANKFUL
FOR TREATMENT.
President Schmidt, who presided for;
the last time, thanked tie council for
the consideration It Jias shown the chair
and said he hopes the next president
will receive the same kind of cooperation. ;
Councilman Willson replied with a
friendly little speech In which he de
clared that he regretted to say that the
council must admit It has not shown tho
same consideration for the chair at all
times that the chair has shown for tbos
on the floor.
“You have been absolutely fair and ,
courteous in your treatment of us. I :
think we all will agree,” said Mr. Will
son, and proposed that a vote of appre-,
elation of Mr. Schmidt's services be cast.
The council responded unanimously. . ,
The expression of appreciation was la
the nature of a more than ordinary per
sonal triumph for Mr. Schmidt, being
proposed by an administration council-*
man and supported by the other Jew-'
ett men in the body, since the president,
lias not hesitated to cast his vote against ~
practically every administration mea* -
ure during his three years as councilman. ;
It was considered a vindication by ths 5
other antladministrntion counellmen,
two of whom are Republicans. TUesa
Republican members who have voted
with the three home rule members, there
by forming the majority antiadministra
tion faction, were roundly scored by
Mayor Jewett when Mr. Schmidt wag 5
elected. The mayor, it is said, took the;
Republicans Jo task because Mr. Schmidt
is the first member of a minority party
ever to be elected to the presidency of
(he council in (he history of the city.
Schedule of Exhibits
Announced by C. of C.
The schedule of exhibits of manufae-1
turers at the Chamber of Commerce for
the next three months was announced?
today by the department of promotion
of the Chamber of Commerce. It is as
follows: Jan. 3, The Holcomb & Hoke
Manufacturing Company; Jan. 10, Acme-
Evans Company; Jan. 17, National Candy
Company; Jan. 24, Alexander Scott & Cos.;?
Jan. 31, Indianapolis Engravers; Feb. 7,
Robert H. Hassler, Inc.; Feb. 14, Plt
man-Moore Company; Feb. 21, Thomas
Madden Son & Cos.; Feb. 2S, John J. Mad-*
den Manufacturing Company; March t,,
Indianapolis Paint Association: March
14, Taggart Baking Company; March 21,"
H. Lauter Company; March, 28, The
Fishback Company; April 4, J. I. Hol
comb Company.
The exhibit of the Dllllng Candy Com
pany in the Chamber reading rooms this
week includes not only the bulk line, but
box goods.
SHEPHERDS TO ADOPT CLASS.
At a special degree meeting of tha
Oolden Rule lodge No. 1 of the Inde-t
pendent Order of Shepherds, to be hold
tomorrow night at the P, H. C. Hall a
large class of candidates will be adopted,
The program will include a bean suppei
and stunt entc-tniumeut for inembeM
and their families. - > v vg
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