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25-29 8. Meridian Bt. Main 3500. Classified Adv. Dept. BATES. .One time 11 per lln* Three consecutive times.. .10 per line consecutive times 09 per line Lodge and club notices (1 Inch or less)... .75 per insertion Over 1 Inch, .07 per line additional. Contract rates on application. Church notices (1 inch or less) 60c per Insertion 'Over 1 Inch ... .07 per line additional Death notices Isc per Insertion Card of Thanks or in Memorlam Notices 07 per line JThe Dally Times charges small TV'ant Ads as an accommodation to Its readers. In return for this courtesy the advertiser Is expected to remit promptly. Ads received until 11:45 a. m. for same day. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. ££*“• Wja£ds, Parlors 1222 Union SC _ FLANNEK & BUCHANAN 320 North Illinois St Funeral directors to the people of Indian* spoils since 18*7. Phones— Main 0641-0642. LI 2S4L INDIANAPOLIS CREMATORY . George Grinsteiner Funeral Director. 622 E. Market. Old , phone Main 0908. LI 7102. W. T. Blasengym 1626 Shelby et. Drexel 2570. Stewart 1114. 1702 N. Illinois Randolph 6670. J. C. WILSON 1230 Prospect. ST. 1871. Drexel 0222 EDW. L. HOLMAN 2512 Central Are. Randolph 5903. CHAS. A. HOCKENSMITH. 724 N. Illinois. Main 1166. LI 116*. FUNERAL DIRECTORS—I4O2 N. Illinois. WM. E. KRIEGER. >fln 1154 Res, phone. Ben Davis 322-1. UaDD—BERT S. GADD. 2130 Prospect at. Phone.* Drexel 0422, 6T. 2278. UNDERTAKERS—HiSEY & TITUS. 961 North Del LI 6664 Main 3620. h. and tutewileiu • FEENEY A FEENEY. 1022 N. Illinois Main 0842, DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES. HARTNETT. ELLEN—Mother of Mar garet and Harry Hartnett and Mrs. Fred AshUaugh. died Tuesday, March 21. Fu neral at the family residence. 526 Blake st , Friday. March 21. at 8:30" a. m. Services at‘ Bt. Bridget's Church at 9 a. m. Friends invited. MULLIXIX—Mr*. Betty 8.. beloved wife of William G. Mullintx, died Wednesday. March 22, at residence. 537 Virginia ave., age 46 years. Funeral Friday. March 24. at 8:30 a. m at residence, followed by services St. Pal rick's Church, 9 o'clock. Burial Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends in vited, CARD OF THANKS. CARD OF THANKS—I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to North Park Lodge. No 646 of Masons; the Rev. Dr. Grafton; pallbearers and members of Third Chris tian Church; Mrs Sowes, Mrs, Lewis and •AUes Weatherly of the Flower Mission Ho a!, Joh v; * Montgomery, funeral dir*. 1' rs; 5.. Shilling, his wife and his sister; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welsenberg. Mrs. Edna Cullen, Mr. and Mrs F. H. Thqsn* Mr. Stevens and son. Mr. Russell *Baifd; also my sisters, my friends and neighbors, for the aid and sympathy given and for those beautiful Cowars sent during :uas sickness and death of bur dear wife •and- mother. EDWARD E. PRUITT AND HrNS. lo&t~an~d7found. -LOR"?—Sunday. Feb. 26, Boston terrier; „ brass studded oilor. Answers to Jolly. Regard. Call Circle 3612. OPERA gn.-se;, lost; In brown case; left in -Kresge 16-cent store, Monday before lj— , Webster 8351. >|TiK —E! :i* IV-1 st 'i-a:ch oa Elinoia, be- J Market. Washington TaygCjt uep:.. Daily Times. —F-mc-.'e Aire'.ale black and tar. Call Harrison 3364. " PERSONALS. fswvwsevwwsAA^e^se^^wwwwvse v -THEY ARE HAPPY -• W'hy Shouldn’t They Be? ~~ Every st u- A'jV', dent in our ' first class is f£ SCHOOL glad he en >£'. or 4 rolled, ts CMIROPRACTkI GET INTO 1 anROPIMCnC !f THIS PRO VCi, A / FESSION • ,A NOW Second Class Now Forming . Day and Evening Sessions t A Room 604 . National City Bank Bldg. 108 E. Washington sL ... . Indianapolis, lad. Foot Troubles Weak and fallen arches corrected; eore. Orbing feet given quick relief. PERFEC TION FOOT APPLIANCE CO., 2817 East Washington eh Webster 1744. Hours l to s:2ft, CAt/uyitaefoz .President of the Indiana Chiropractic College. Inc. Rational adjustments for chronic, sub-acute and acute diseases. Stone. Circle 7274. 149 N. Delaware street. i HAIR GROWER '■ Guaranteed for bald heads or thin hair. Xn>ney refunded if not satisfactory. ROACH a WONDERFUL HAIR GROWER. 824 N. Penn. st. FAI RMOU.NT MATERNITY HOSPITAL for confinement, private; prices reason able; may work for board; babies adopted, write for booklet. MRS. T. B. LONG, 4911 E. Twenty-Seventh st.. Kansas City, Mo. Margaret sellers. ‘Osteopath, chiropractor, massage. 721 Bussell avenue. VAPOR and euiphur baths and massage. *1.60 per treatment. 118 W. St. Clair. Circle 6619. HasSAGES —217 V* N. Illinois su. apt. I. Select patronage. Circle 1890. BUSINESS SER VICES. BATHROOM fixtures, complete. J9O. ; P.umbing supplies at retail. We save you money on installation. E. M. HAK ijtN CO., 3120 E. Michigan. FEATHERS bought, sold and renovated; feaLher mattresses and pillows made. K_ F B' KKLK. 41fl Mass Maiu 1428. GENERAL contractor and builder, teams ; ,for heavy hauling, excavating; estimates furnished. Belmont 0360 or Stewart 2885. P-APER HANGING; latest samples, flrst .lh ass work. Price right. 1216 N. Temple, tffebster 5348. HEATH'S Union" Barber Shop. Warm. 1 comfortable bath rooms. 133 W. Mar ket street. CARPENTER; repair work oi all kinds. new and old garages a specialty. Drexel €f* ~ HOWARD ELECTRIC CO Electric wiring. 6-room cottage; com plete 317. Circle 6726. Circle 3171. ART SHOWENGE R DT. Waif paper clean- NJng. Work guaranteed. Phone Drexel JSS9. a IT SAFETY RAZOR BLADES ~ Sharpened TUTTLEDGE 301 Indiana ave. DOWN spouts, roofs, chimney*, new and ;;repalred; reasonable. RAndhlph 6598. iILECTRIC wiring; bouses a specialty. - No charges for estimates. Main 36SS. S6'‘FIN’G; best quality and service; tin 1: w drk of all felnds. Phone. Main 3572. CtOOD roofing. 31.25 per roll and up. E. M. HARDIN CO., 3220 E. Michigan. H ~ DETECTIVES. ;,Q*iigley-Hyland Agency, Inc. iSidle 404 National City Bank building. J• ne Main 2502 Local office Interna- Vpnal Secret Service Assn. Seventy offices K America and foreign countries. GAS BUGGIES WE H/VE A LETTER FfiDM BERTRAND 'JUST IMAGINE WHAT IT WOULD MEAN" HERE’S ANOTHER- ~~~ 1 cAHT THINK Os THiS- j AHO ASIDE FROM ALL THAT- IF I SHAPWELL DEPLORING THE LARGE NUMBER , I ALICE ?- WHERE FINP TIME- FOR PITY SAKES ! ON THE VVAY THERE WERE NT FAST CARS ANP OF ACCIDENTS CAUSED 0Y FAST DRIVING- L.,.. HAVE WBEEN-I > FFTY MILES WHY DOESN'T HE LEFT THE J FOOLISH DRIVERS FOR ME TO HE SUGGESTS WE URGE THE PASSAGE 2?* Sf !T HAVENT SEEN YOU gJJ> .Jg* THE DOCTOR OFFICE FIVE J MAKE FUN OF- HOWD I OF A LAW PROHIBITING THE MANUFACTURE bun < HURRY- S IN MONTHS - YOU COME-OUR BAOV HOURS AGO-J FARN A LIVING- YOU If [J] SfriME NEVER COME OVT-J F- , GOTTA NERVE - C" f NOTICES. t mm. km ■ The man who successfully executes orders today, gives orders tomorrow. During this Soldiers’ Employment Week employers have the opportunity to get men who will execute your orders. With con ditions getting better all along, now is the time to secure good men. The Daily Times will put you in touch with these desirable men. Any employer who wishes to engage the services of such men may have the use of a thirty-word classified space, in the Daily Times this week. Read the advertisements under the'“Situa tions Wanted Male, by Ex-Service Men” classification and get in touch with one of them immediately. “AS films WE SEVER RETREAT” 6 ‘Originators Bint Not Imitators” KATIIML DISABLED SOLDIERS’ LEASUE EX-SERVICE MEN’S RELIEF STATION. 16 East Michigan Street. NOTICES. WANTED —Return load of furniture to Cleveland. Ohio, or way points; very reasonable rate. Call GRAHAM. Drexel 0879. MASS meeting Big Four federated shop crafts. Thursday March 28. 8 p. m., South Delaware street. J. H. CRON, sec retary. ~ MALE HELP—WANTEO. Laundry Driver Address A No. 1880, Times. WANTED Bench and squeezer molders; piece work basis. Report at once. TERRE HAUTE MALLEABLE A MFG. CO., TERRE HAUTE IND, YOUNG MAN —Catholic; to fill vacancies In our sales force and collecting dept.; experience not as essential as backbone. Call 8-10 a. m., or after 4:30 p. m. 1010 Lemcke bidg.. city. SOLICITOR for cleaning and pressing; will pay 25 per cent commission; an overseas man own* and operates plant. RITE - WAY GARMENT CLEANERS. Drexel 0523. WANTED —Ex-service men for ail Bum mer's work; house-to-house proposition, not magailnes; 53 par cent on $1 paid every night. Also take ex-service man as partner. W. ELAN, 516 North Alabama. EX-SERVICE men; five as solicitor* cn commission and bonus plan; $6 to $7 dally selling b**t ltn* of brushes and pat ent duster. MR. WALTER. Drexel 2599. WANTED Live canvassers to start Friday morning. 8 o'clock; good proposition for hustlers. See I. HASTINGS. Circulation dept.. Time* c WANTED —Young man with some expe rience in furniture repair shop. Apply Wednesday afternoon. 813 River avenue. MR. R. VOGEL. ROUGH carpenter or roofer, rear of Eu gene at. Call Randolph 7034 evenings. LARGE PROFITS from small expenditure follow Real Es tate advertising in "Want Ad" column* of the Times. INSTRUCTIONS. g-v a /"V grid popular piano music /A, fl ft taught In twenty lesson* *w * O beginners and advanced. Chrlstenaen Sc. oot. 106 Pembroke Arcade. Circle 3084. PRIVATE LESSONS. AH systems of shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, etc Special rates. JACKSON BUSINESS COLLEGE 157 X. ILLINOIS. CIRCLE 1214. PROF. KERNEL'S dance studio: all lat est ballroom dances taught, private or class; absolute results guaranteed. 525* Monument Circle. Circle 1118. MEN to Darn barber trade TRI-CITY BARBER'S COLLEGE. 309 E. Washing ton *t.. Indianapolis. Ind. Circle 0767. SALESMAN—WANTED. SALESMEN to sell electrical appliances. See our permanent display at "The Day light Corner." Merchants Light and Heat Cos. Apply to H. W. Claffey. SANBORN ELECTRIC CO. 309 N. Illinois street. Hours 2:30 to 5:30. SITUATION WANTED—MALE. SALES ENGINEER—CoIIege man, 8 years’ experience, desires to locate permanently In Indianapolis with local manufacturer. Address A No. 1876, Tlgies. DID ”Vou""SELLITT If not, try the automobile columns of the Times Want Ad* SITUATION WANTED BY EX- SERVICE MEN. WOUNDED ex-service man, formerly ex pert radio operator, A. E. F., wants po sition In this capacity; understands tele phony. armature and sta’or winding; gen eral electrician: married; ago 22. Address G. F. RAIRDON. 307 H E. Washington st Call Webster 0222. LINOTYPE understudy. I am anxious to learn printing and linotype trade. Will ing to work for small wages while learn ing. Now machinist and tool girder. Go a.iy place In state. Age 89, married. LEWIS FREY. 401 Minerva- _Ctrci* 7868_._ A GENERAL machinist with some knowledge house wiring, carpentering, plumbing, painting, auto truck driving and repairing and general repairing, de sires steady work. Married; has depend ents. R. E. Box 220. Indianapolis, Ind. BOOKKEEPER, genera! office manager, general ledger work a specialty; thorough understanding of caahlar and modern tiling methods. Experienced In department store and bakery accounting; married; age 26; references. Call Irvington 2496. SALESMAN; single; with four years sell ing experience; acquainted with city trade and surrounding territory; wants permanent position with a future; can fur nish flrst-claas local references; aggressive, hard worker. Circle 3812. ELECTRICIAN, six years experience; help m* get started In business. Let ms es timate your electric wiring; guarantee careful work; reasonable prices; will ac cept steady electrical Job. Y/ebster CSIS evenings. SALES MANAGER or adv. mgr. I can organize your sales force and sell them your Idea. I organized a company of volunteer* and gold them 100 per cent SIO,OOO war risk Insurance. Randolph 36 38. AUTOMATIC screw machine; exp> rlenced In receiving and shipping room work; handling all classes of freight. W'.i tg to work at any kind of work. A .. G. MITCHELL 704 54 East New York street. EX-SERVICE man. marrleil, 9 years re pairing. building and testing autos. 17 months flying mechanic; can take com plete charge of garage; steady position preferred; good reference* Kenwood 4542. RACKING, assistant shipping or stock clerk. Have had 2 years' experience. Willing to start at moderate saiary. Also wish recitals or choir work to pay for vocal Instructions. Call Randolph 6194. EX-SERVICE MAN desires position as col lector with installment house; expe rienced. Can also operate elevator. Can furnish good references. Address JOHN W. COCHRAN, 851 6. Rershlng avenue, GARAGE work, expert motor builder; 6 years’ experience. Best of references. Also some experience In clerical work or light bookkeeping; cost work; stock tracer. 2816 N. Olney. Webster 4619. SPECIALTY salesman, single, six years’ experience, acquainted with the trpde and city and surrounding territory wants permanent position. Can furnish first class local references. Circle 4234. EXPERT chaoffeur; ten years’ experience on all high grade cars. Drove for Gen. Pershing In France; married; able to tnrke repairs. Beat of city reference. Call Webster 0753. Ask for Lee. YOUNG married man, 29 years old, fair education; initiative; pleasing personal ity, desires permanent connection. Willing to start at bottom and work up. Consider any kind of work Drexel 3922. STENOGRAPHER - SALES correspondent, age 23, 4 years’ experience, wishes posi tion with opportunity to prove own ability to advance and grow with right firm; best references. Phone Webster 1447. SALESMAN, college graduate. 25 years old. Former lieutenant In the army, de sires position wnere Initiative will be re warded; good references; 2 years salesman, experience. 1322 Batey street. MECHANIC helper electrician helper, ,steam fitter heipef. ERNEST GRU ELLE, 591 South Alabama street. WANTED- —By YJ ex-|ervlce men, painting Inside and olt anq paper hanging and cleaning. 706 King avenue. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 23,1922. Place yourself in our position SITUATIONS WANT'D BY EX SERVICE MEN. ELECTRICIAN; factory maintenance pro- | ferred; 10 years’ experience; capable of i doing complete housewlrlng Job or repair ! work; married; age SO; references. W. H. ! GREENE. Clrole 8266. EX-SOLDIER desires position in packing or shipping room, wholesale house or factory; several years' experience. Refer ence from last employer. G. E. WILSON, 647 V 4 Virginia avenue. SALESMAN with four and one-half years' experience In washing machine and bak er supplies. Will take position, salary or commission, with drawing account. Phone Circle 8671. MACHINE hand, plaulng mill work; two years' experience, or will drive a truck. 26 years of age, married; am willing worker FREDERICK H. OWEN. Bel mont 2048. STOCK record clerk, formerly with large electrical manufacturing company; ca pable of keeping records and check-ups on all branches of production. References. Drexel 9493. WFIDING or furnace repair and Installa tion work. Also some machine shop ex perience. Age 25, married. Willing to work hard for low wages. References. Ir vington 3550. WHETHER you have had experience In selling or not. If you have pleasing per sonality and your character will bear In vestigation, call at 608 Odd Fellow bldg., aftt: 2 p. m. ELECTRICIANS; i ex-service men; eight years' experience house wiring, general repairing, quick service. prices right. Estimates freo. It. M. SWICK A AMES, j Circle 1356. CHAUFFEUR. poror. janitor, houseman cr any kind of work that will enable me to ,live: small wages acceptable. Call me. no I matter how much you can pay. Brook PAINTING—Let me beautify your home. also preserve and Increase the value of It. Price right. Work right. Estimates and references gladly given. Call Web ster 5826. MAINTENANCE man; experienced on electric elevator* and general mainte nance; good references; ex-service mam; age 33. C. B. KEENE Phone ltan. 1057, MECHANICAL draftsman wishes position at. layout draftsman or detailing and tracing, where there Is a chance for ad vancement, 23 year* of ago. Belmont 4543. EX-SERVICE man, married; wants work of any kind; tinner by trade; tan do any kind of ropair work. HERMAN STE VASON, 69 Holmes avenue. Belmont 1468. MARRIED man, age 28, business oollags graduate; understands all kinds of clerical work Will do anything to earn a living wage. Address A No. 1914. Times ACCOUNTANT, bookkeeper wishes to keep set of books epare time .thoroughly ex perienced; can open and close books ln divldual or corporation. Bimont 0432. CREDIT manager by ex-service man: pm: tical experience aud three years college training In accounts; city only. Write W. S KERR. 356 South Emerson avenua. EX-SERVICE man, truck driver or chauf feur. 6 years' experience and married and willing to work at anything. Call Bel moot 4761. Ahk for JOSEPH THOMAS. OU.NO MAN. experienced In (hipping de partment of book publishing company, ko news agency; several years’ experi . e in greenhouse*. Randolph 6194. ELECTRICAL repair, house wiring, con duit construction; four years' experi ence, can give Job estimates, thoroughly ! reliable; references. Belmont 2684. j MILLER auto pressman; thoroughly ex | perlencad; formerly foreman of bindery work; married, 29 years of ago. Will give I reference* 663 H E. Pratt street. TRUCK DRlt CR cr houseman In private home. If hard work oountj I will give satisfactory service. Only living wage de sired; references. Randolph 1217, INTERNAL gilnder. hand lathe work. Al though this le my trade I will appreci ate any kind of work. Guaranteed steady, hard worker. Webster 6513. EX-SERVICE man. married, want* Job as drill prune or punch press operator. Willing to Mart for any wags. EVERETT SINK 2422 Cornell avenue. YOUNG men with 2 yearn 1 experience on hand work In breed bakery. Would like Ito finish the trade. THOMAS MOORE. > 4021 E. Thlrty-Flre* airsot. i MACHINIST or truok driver; 10 years; me | chanloal experience; reliable man; 26 j years old; references furnished. A. P. EL- LeRKAMP, 1609 Draper at. j MAN. preferably with olvll engineer: can run level and am good rodoui; good j references; will do otiier work; hare de ! pendents. Webster 4368, BUTLER, Janitor or porter work wanted by colored boy. 22 years old. References regarding reliability aud willingness to work. Kenwood 3779. EX-SOLDIER, ex-sergeant, with an ex cellent discharge, wishes position as guard. light or day watchman. W. M. DAVIS. Kurt* Ind. | UPHOLSTERY work or oushlon making; i considerable experience In both linos; ! married; 24 years of age; excellent refer i ences. Circle 1281, EXPERT composition roofer; all kinds | roll rooting and asphalt shingles put on over old or new work. Call Stewart 2218 for estimates. TRUCK driver or chauffeur, experienced. I Not afraid of work. All I want Is a chance; married. Drexel 7106. Ask for j VIRGIL NEVINB. j OFFICE or general clerical work; single j man, age 31; no objection to leaving i city; wotfld consider any decent work. Call Randolph 9361. IB" you have a position open for a general houseman. Call or write SAMUEL ) HUNT at 61T Maxwell st. I have tae best ; of references, | YOUNG married man desires any kind of | work; 8 years' experience driving truck iln Indianapolis. PAUL FRANCISCO. 241 | Fulton street. j WANTED—Job (A truck driver or ehauf ! four for private family. Address j MOUNT HALL, 928 W. Main street, Ureen | field, Ind. STATIONARY fireman and tool dresser In oil fields, two years' experience. Bel. 0587. CHES. W. BOHANON, 66J! River ave. | CLERICAL work or typing; can help with bookkeeping; can furnish best of refer ences. WALTER TRACY, 2870 Chester avenue. AUTO leather cutter, experienced on high l class work; know something about top building: thoroughly reliable; references. | Circle 3396. PLUMBER; live or six years’ experience. Can furnish references, or will accept any kind of ehauffeuring. Washington | 2082. / I WANT any kind of work. Good, reliable j married man. House painter by trade, j Call or write R. M. KRAMER. 1620 Wil cox street. j WANTED—Job as laborer or helper. Will ing to start for any wage. Address j CHAS. ANDERSON? 436 S. Missouri st, | WANTED —Work as interior or exterior I decorator of houses; experienced. Call lat 111 S. Noble st. HENRY DINKLA. __ I ELEVATOR operator, disabled- veteran, or ! will take any other kind of light work, jT. E. BELL 626 East Market street. CABINET MAKER, aTI-round, 1S years’ experience; 30 years of age; ax-servlce man, Y. M. C, A, 44. Circle 6508. ELECTRICAL maintenance man. experi enced. Can give the best of references. I Not afraid to work. Circle 3399. SITUATIONS WANTED BY EX | SERVICE MEN. _ I BATTERY man experienced on vehicle and I starting and lighting batteries; can fur nish reference*. Main 5545. JOB It. tool room as lathe man; seven years experience on punch and die werk; references. Webster 2962. WANTED —Job as elevator operato” or night -watchman. SAMUEL G. MANUS, 431 Chadwick. Main 6554. FORD truck driver; experienced; best of references; married; but will accept any kind of work. Phone 5184. FACTORY work or anything that will pay a living wage; no objection to hard work, able-bodied. Circle 3396. WANTED—Job as steam engineer; seven yearn' experience. Can give best of ref efences. Call Drexel 2153. RECEIVING and shipping clerk, also ex perienced as counter man and waiter in restaurant. Circle 0339. FACTORY work wanted by willing work er; pre'-r assistant to motor builder and tester. Harrison 0824. BRADLE Y T. ~7} A UGH \X~, 103 Garfield ave. Assistant bookkeeper or office work. Irvington 3543. JOB wanted as drill press, punch machine, , screw machine. Job press feeder or sales man. Drexel 9547. LABOR work of any"kind? W T. OER KEN, 4 North New Jersey. Call Palace Hotel. Main 6241. LABOR of any kind; would consider farm ! work. W. C. KKLKEN. Mali. 5241. No. j WANT position as assistant baker or gro cery -dork. 1011 Drier place. I’ho. e Drexel 1513 j GROCERY clerk, 2 year*' experience, age 33 years; married, references. Harrison WELDING or bflklng, bakery experience in army and local hotel Drexel 2119. COLLECTOR; married man! i9 years old; reference* furnished. Drexel £1.16. EX-SOLDIU'K wish,* work; night or day: anything will do Circle 0901. I WANTED—Job c Meeting for furniture store. Call Webster 66 38. ! OI.ASS mechanic OX It.side aa'e*" a:.. Ref er, I •*. Drexel 6345. FIMELI HI LP— v,’ ANTED. GIRLh over 18 years of age to learn telephone operating. IND. BELL TELEPHONE CO. Room 132. cors.-.r New York and Meridian. HOUSEWORK." '’GENERAL: WHITE. ! GO >D HOME GOOD WAGES FOR A GOOD GIRL. REFERENCES. 2127 N. ; NEW JERSEY ST. KENWOOD 2234. LADlES—Catholic; pleasant outside work j part or full time; experience unnooea i bary. Cali 8-10 *. rm. or after 4:36 p. in. ' ;0!0 I-emok- bldg olty i WANTED—Iave oanvar**ers to start | Friday morning, 8 o'clock, g,-m1 propo ■ sitlon for hustler*. See L HASTINGS, j Circulation dept.. Times. WANTED —Housekeeper In country, good home. Call 9-11, 24. 103 N. Now ! Jersey. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE. CURTAINS TO LAUNDER. Drexel 0895. : HOUSES—TO LET. Four Rooms, sls I Located at 1717 English: gas and city i water. Dunlop & Iloltegel, j 122 12. Market. 2179 PARKER AVE. 5 room double, light*, prui; Hrtffhtwood car on* block. RtrcM paved; s!* >o. WASHINGTON BANK & TRUST CO. 238 H N. Liberty, 8 rm*.. 2d f100r.... 815 50 1973 Ralston, 5 rooms $16.00 Farmers Trust Cos. I 926 N. BELMONT ) Three room*; light*, gas; sl2 50 Rental l department. | WASHINGTON BANK AND TRUST CO. DAV!DSOn7 209 3.; house for rank Call | Main 5228. COLORED. 1953 Yandes, 8 room*. SB, 4 rooms, $10; etoraroom, $lO. Mr. Woesher. Rental dept. WASHINGTON BANK * TRUST CO. FLATS, APARTM ENTS—TO LET. 2400 N. Illinois Five largo rooms and sun parlor, laun dry, steam heat. Janitor. Call TRUE BLOOD, Main 0186. Evenings Irvington 42lih 416 E. Vermont Four rooms and bath, first floor. State Savings and Trust Cos. MAln 4518. TWENTY-NINTH t.. 403 W.~;" modern utw furnished apartment, 4 rooms and bath, * 2 L\ BO i _ TRANSFER AND STORAGE. ESTABLISHED 1895. Otto J. Suesz Packing, Hauling, Storage Overland Hauling Main 2353-3628 Night, Webster 0699 : PARTLOW FIREPROOF STORAGE CO. Private locked rooms anti open space. Jsc per month and up. Local and over land transfer. We call and give you ex act prices on any kind of work without any obligations 419-23 E. Market street Main 2760. LI. 3680. Shank Superior Service BEST FACILITIES FOR STORAGE. I TRANSFER, PACKING AND SHJPPINO. 227 N. New Jersey st. Main 2628. LI U2B. | DAVIS A NORRIS, new storage house. We store household goods or anything. Storage, packing, shipping or transfer. Circle 6672. Night, Belmont 1036. Office 32S W. Maryland. UNION STATION BAGGAGE TRANSFER MAIN 7119. r.v..-.... R -° C> - MS .~ TQ LET. J WHY COOK when you can get a good home-cooked dinner at MRS. BRUN INGS? Chicken dinner Sunday. People living In apartments that don't care to cook, come over and try our meals. Also rooms for 2 married couples that would enjoy real home. Call tor reservation and give me a trial. 1901 N. Illinois. Harri son 0619. ROOM, morning and evening meals for 1 or 2 gentlemen; home privileges; refer ences required. Phone Randolph 6137, Nineteenth and College. OHIO, 11814 W.; newly furnished steam heated. running water. Prloe reason able. For 1 or 2 gentlemen. Lincoln 3661. TWO neatly furnished rooms for light housekeeping; strictly modern; use of laundry. 608 E. Twelfth C. 0783. PARK. 3115: nicely well kept front room; modern, private Jamily; gen tlemen. Washington 2889. M MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE. 'x/VvA.e.yvssVN*BfW , WWXAtfVWWS/VW>A/W , A^AAA/NAA/>^VVWWWWWW^/W^WVVVWB PANTS SALE /TV Wo have an accumulation of almost 700 PAIRS which we 1| [ll offer until all sold for less than hxlf prica. \! 1 J $6.00 to $7.50 Trousers, now 95 \ll | $8.50 to $9.00 Trousers, now 95 \l]\ J SIO.OO to $12.00 Trousers, now $4 95 Bit THE PANTS STORE COMPANY ’ ** 48 W. Oh'o. Two Stores Full of Pants 114 e. Ohio. — TO LET. THIRTIETH, K.. 122; beautiful newly fur nished and decorated room for 1 or 2 laldes. Kenwood 8438. LARGE furnished lront room, private fam ily. modern, uee of phone. 2456 N. Del. Harrison 0289. CAPITOIT'n.. 2310; beautifully furnished suite, private home, gentlemen preferred. Harrison 0551. FRONT room neatly furnished; modern; private home north, Central car line. Randolph S2S3. t FIRST-CLASS furnished room, private ea ! trance. 685 E. Twenty-Fourth street. ! THREE outside ..leeping rooms, modern; 1 good heat, close la. Circle 7734. | ONE FURNISHED AND 3 UNFURNISHED ! NORTH. M AIN 8039. > beautiful furnished sleeping room*. , reasonable. W“bater 1134. FULTON, 489; rn room, board, 1 gun j tiemen, $7. Lincoln 3123. .'.28; modern furntahed room, $2 up; sttam heat. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. ; CENTRAL, 1628; pleasant and modern} suite of rooms; reasonable, eteam heat, ' hot water *.• >*. Randolph 1361. PTItNT6' ! Et> room, modern apartment; kiteh'n and dining room privilege*; eoup.c employed. Randolph 0589. [COLLEGE. 18’1; 8 unfurnished modem ' rooms for housekeeping: alsp one un furnlahed room and kitchenette, WASHINGTON. K.. 1726; furnished front sleeping room, kitchenette, adults Op- j I poslto park. Drexel 6370. j 1 FIRST-CLASS furnished room with allchenetle: private entrance. 665 E vet j Twenty-Fourth street. j TWO CONNECTING ROOMS; ELECTRIC j LIGHTS; PRIVATE ENTRANCE. DREXEL 7495 ! COLLEGE. furnished small room and kitchenette, or sleeping room. Ran ' dolph 3217. D< HIM AN, 41 r Y~FV HNISH ED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. WEB | STER 0250. ! TWO modern hnu*.*keep!r.g room* and | large front room with kitchenette. Clr. ■ ole 2486. _______________ MARKET. E., 1338; 2 furnished room* and 2 ÜBf modern. Main 8708. MARKET} E.; i33 1 2 "furnished UOOMS. MODERN. MAIN* 8766 BOARD AND RQQMB--TO t-ET. FLETCHER sve., 840; reasonable room' ind board for good girl; reference re quired _ MERIDIAN. S.. i2OS; men to room and 1 )>4>&rd; houae modern, up-to-date. Drexel j 5957. BUSINESS PLACES—TO LET. } 507 N. KEALING AVS., meat market, with new fivTures McCray Ice box. Will I rent room and fixture*, or sell tixtu-es on terms. See us at once. MARION t OUN- I TY STATE HANK. _GA_RAGES— .LJEj! NEW garage: cement floor; flr*t-ela® $4 ?er month. 2008 English are. Main TANARUS, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. | FOR SALK- A tjatent on a wire specialty that can be manufactured axd ratailod at. 10 or 15 oent* showing a profit of sev eral hundred per cent. A real opportunity for someone wanting to g*t ixuo a bu.il ntm of their own where very little caah w r oul<l be inrolved. Address A No. I®l6. | ; Times. OHQB repair shop for sale; doing l good business. Owner leaving town. 1030 I Fletcher avenue. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE. . Brlghtwood. Two lots, 5- S(I n l| room cottage; electric, I VI II |l. lights, gas, toilet In houso. ; a u Make mo ajj offer. This j property Is well located. Another on La- j Salle street; 6 rooms, two lots and In tho, very best location In Brlghtwood. Make ’ me an offer. GEO. A. LUCAS. 726 K. of ‘ p. bldg. Circle 6600. Evening*, Belmont 4928. S2OO CASH, BALANCE MONTHLY, PROCURES NEAT EAST SIDE HOME. v Rural st., near Brookalde ave.. 4 room*; pantry, gas. eleotrlo lights, city water, price only $2,250. HENRY & ROBINS, REALTORS. Main 5538. 153 E. Market st. Dandy Six-Room Double Very good location southeast. eeml modern. Will consider terms. Mr. An derson. I. N. Richie & Son. 710-12 Bankers Trust Bldg. Main 0520. N. Bk COR. CENTRAL AND 25TH. Seven-room thoroughly modern home, hardwood floors, steam heat, 4 bedrooms. This 1* a bargain. $6,000 on terms. Mr. Cunningham. JAMES E. BERRY. Main 5147.- Drexel 1150, S2OO CASH and sls monthly buys pretty cottage, 122 N. Miley ave.; newly painted' and deeorated throughout; electric lights and gas; bargain; move right In. R. H. Hartman 224 N. Delaware. GOOD SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOME. Has four bedrooms; close In; good room ing house district on terms JAMES E. BERRY, Immediate Possession S2OO CASH Three large-rooin house; electric lights, gas and garage. 2582 English avenue. Fowler & Eaton Main 6871. 301 City Trust. E. 19th St., Near College Six-room modern home, bath ar.d fur nace. Price $3,600; S3OO cash, balance terms. Leo K. Cline 481 Lemcke Bldg. Main 3115. Double Five rooms to a side; modern; north; : $65 ner month. Only $5,000; $1,500 cash. ; WRIGHT. Irving on 0202. j OLNEY St.-. Just north of 10th st.. good 6- ; room modern home; cash SSOO. balance, terms. JAMES E. BERRY, Main 5147 or | Drexel 1150. Bxt DI? D (Copyright. 1921. by y DUV IV New Era Feature** REAL ESTATE— FOR SALE. SSO0 —FIX-ROOM SEMI-MODERN ,uare to car line; near school* T,Zi,. Ch *f f cbea: basement, gas, electric 1 5 , ’ clt.y water, well, cistern, fruit - / ront &!ld rear; 2-story barn; wlh hold sou cars; east front: on the hill in W est Indianapolis. Call Mr. Jester, Drexei 1709, evenings. ORIN JESSUP LAND CO' REALTORS. 705 'f° Occidental bidg. Main 2957. We sell Insurance. Let us write yours." Your Chance Three-room double on Hasel street • electricity and gas. paved street; $350 down, balance like rent. Good Double ‘'v o™®’ 0 ™®’ e , ieotr ' ok >' and gas on Haaei street. New paint; SSOO down, balanoe like rent. 11. C. Venn. 108 E. Market. Maln ms _ ONLY SIOO.OO CASH r? F . Ml* f °vr-room cottage at 150 South Detroit street; city water, electric light* n r:r.Z? a \ r ? K°o<l repair, bargain price at SI,BOO. Liberal terms can be arranged. Ihl* Is a nice home tor a small family LAWRENCE J. SEXTON, REALTOR. 316-18 Indiana Trust Bide Main 0151. Drexei 2231. 517 E. 44th~St ~~ Brand netv 6-room modern home; ha* every appointment of the most expensive Long living room, fireplace, dining room, built-in features In breakfast room and kitchen; 3 bedrooms and bath upstairs complete laundry in basement. Price $7,260; SI,OOO cash, balance monthly. Mr Cunningham. JAMES E. BERRY. Main 614 T. Drexel 1150. Rental Investment v h 2 ! 5 ' 17 'I’'■* 1 ’'■* Cornell ave.; 3-apartment building, rents SSO month; price SS,SSO: only SBSO down; $25 month. MR. HALLS with J. G. McCullough 108 N. Delaware. MAln ITH). Rea.. RAndolph 7108. THE CALLER WHOM ’EVERY WOMAN DISLIKES. There are several callers that every woman dislikes to see. But the one with a deadly and never-ending monotony Is the cal! of the rent collector each month. OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND REFUSE HIM ADMITTANCE. J. A. LYNCH 303 Baldwin bldg. Circle 1422. MODERN G rooms and bath, long - living room. 3 bedrooms, brick and cement front porch. Improved street with lawn In center, cement walk to garage; lot 40x152. Price $4,750. Also a fine modern home, NT Gale, with long living room, 3 bed rooms. mirror door to cloak room, cement front porch. These properties can't be beat for the money. Shown by appoint ment. Other properties east and south. C, J. Oaburn. Drexel 6184. Good Location, East Five-room double; eleotrlc lights city water, gas, sink In kitchen, sewer connec tions; nloe concrete porch, brick columns. For quick sale, $8,500; SSOO cash, balance easy term*. Mr. Mclntoer. I. N. Richie & Son. 710-12 Banker* Trust Bldg. Main 0520. Bargains, East Thoroughly modern seven-room home, east front, paved street; near Jefferson and New York; newiy decorated; vacant now Price $3,850 $403 cash, balance terms. Dunlop & Holtegel, Realtors. 123 E. Market st. Southeastern Avenue Double, five room* one side, three on other. City water, electric lights, ga* and garage. Immediate possession. Price $2,500; $250 each. Call Jack Morrison. Her. 0703. Main 0792 WASHINGTON BANK & TRUST CO Serai-Modern Bungalow Immediate Possession A beautiful home having: five rooms, gas, electric lights, city water, cistern, furnace; about six years old; located at 1031 North Tremont ave.; easy terms. Meredith & Johnson Main 2393. Webster 7958. DOUBLE—S2SO CASH Southeastern ave.; five rooms one side, three on other; city water, gas, electric lights and garage; vacant; price $2,506 $250. Call HAr. 0703. Jack Marrison. MAln 0792 WASHINGTON BANK & TRUST CO., 257 W. Washington. - CHURCHMAN AVE. * Near Troßpect at.; good five-room home; ha-i gaa, water, electric lights, bath and tol et; also garage, $1,260: balance terms. JAMES E. BERRY, A li-are Opportunity Six-room home, $1 SO down; eajsy term®. Particulars. J. A. LYNCH 303 Baldwin Bldg. Circle 1422. A TT Northeast, 1401 Ewing, 8 (I fr /\. || rooms, beautiful lot, fruit, Vy H || J garage, $4,000. Terms to suit purchaser. GEO. A. LUCAS. 728 K. of P. bldg. Circle 6600. Evenings, Belmont 4926. ' EIGHT-RO©MUMODERN HOME Close In. Conveniently arranged for home or rooming housST v MARGARET BERRY Main 5147. 1638 Gemmer Street. Five rooms, semi-modern; a bargain at $3,000. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. Main 0107. STRICTLY modern bungalow; well lo cated east; $5,500. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. Main 0107. BIX-ROOM modern north. Price $4,000. Particulars. Terms. J. A. LYNCH 803 Baldwin Bldg- Circle 1422. FIVB-ROO.I, semi-modern. ea3t. Price $2,500. Terms J. A. LYNCH. 303 Baldwin Bldg. Circle 1422. FIVE-ROOM double or 4-room single southeast, $250 cash or might consider lot; balance monthly. Main 1232. NEW modern bungalow near car; im proved street, 4200 north. Owner. Wash ington 1458. |B RE A L EST AT E—FOR SAL E. . w West. Trotter & Henry (! TI I! addition. A couple of good Vill /"-A 11 j buys in modern homes with a very small down payment. GEO. A. LUCAS. 726 K. of P. bldg. Circle 6600. Evenings, Belmont 4926. Beville Avenue near Tenth; modern except furnace. Paved street, $3,500; S6OO cash, balance like rent. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. M. 0107. REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN. Suburban Home Five-room house and 1 acre of ground. , Will take machine or vacant lots as part payment. H. C. Venn. Main 1115. LOTS—FOR SALE. 2% EAST of Irvington and south of Na tional road; $1,250; sls monthly. Call Webster 5774, evenings, or Cooper & Hadley 838 Lemcke Bldg. Main 2776 SOME desirable building lota. east. For particulars, see J. A. Lynch 303 Baldwin bldg. Circle 1422. Choice Lot 40x176, two squares southeast of Fair Ground*. Price only $525; $lO cash. sl.B* weekly. Main 140. REAL ESTATE-WANTED. ss' $ $ Cash Property owners, attention. Cash money for modern doubles, bunga lows and 6 or 7-room homes north or east. We can sell to buyer on small payments and yet get you cash money for your property. Let U3 explain our method of financing. Small payments mean quick sales. Realty Finance Cos. Lincoln 4405. Eve., Ran. 0943. I want a good, six-room, modern double, north or east. What have you? Ad dress A No. 1881, Times. Property Owners Attention! We have cash buyers waiting for a right priced piece of property In all parts of the city. Seo Mr. O Mara with Howard C. Venn, 108 E. Market. Main 1115. WANT TO BUY A LITTLE SEMI-MOD ERN COTTAGE NORTHWEST, NOT OVER FIVE ROOMS. IF YOUR PRICE IS RIGHT I WILL DEAL QUICKLY. ADDRESS _A. NO. 1877, TIMES. I MUST locate a modern home eaat with in the next week. Address A No. 1878. Times. FOR a square deal in south side real e*- tate, call EVKRROAD. Drexel 5 250. ' FARMSi—F°R SALE. LANDOLOGY, FREE, SPECIAL NUMBER Just out. containing many facts of clover land In Alarinette County, Wisconsin. If for a home or an Investment you ar* thinking of buying good farm land*, where farmers grow rich, send at once for this special number of LANDOLOGY. It It free on request. Address SKIDMORE- P.IEHLE LAND CO., 113 Skidmore- Riehle Bldg.. Marinette. WU. BIG SACRIFICE. It will pay you to look Into this. A 89.2 acre farm, less than a mile from Hayden. Ind,, a good shipping point, and trading center, fine school and church facility, also on good macadam road and contains a good quality of soil. Must sell either for cash, payment or In trade. GRIFFIS & ETTINGER. 302 City Trust bidg. Main 6064. 20-ACRE farm for sals or trade for Yord car. touring or roadster. I J. RICH- Morgantown. Route 8, Box 113. AUTOMOBILES—FOR SALE. DODGE BROTHERS motor cars; a good assortment at all time* ,C.H.WALLER!CH COMPAN/ Doom Baomsfu FORD touring, 1920. with starter; A-l cen dltlon; lots of extra*. 5 tires, lock whoel and motor in perfect condition. This car is a real bargain at the price offered. Will take largo car on trade. Main 6735. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. The kind you ought to have at the price you can afford to pay. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE AGENCY. FORD. 1920 touring, A-l mechanical con dition; starter and good tires; S9O down, balance one year. WIDES A MILLER. - 644 E. Washington. Main 3493. MAXWELL touring, 1918; A-l shape; small payment down, balance one year. WIDES & MILLER. 644 E. Washington. Main 3493, ALL kind* of cars. SSO. $75, SIOO down, balance small weekly payments. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO. BUICK touring D-45; A-l shape; four good tires. Bargain. Term* or trade. WIDES A MILLER. 644 E. Washington. Main 3493. MAXWELL touring, 1919 model; A-l con dition. Sale or trade for any make car. Cash or payment*. 725 Virginia avenue. FORD touring In A-l condition, completely rebuilt; a rare bargain, $146. Main 6734. FORD roadster, lata 1919. and In perfect condition, $l6O, Main 6734. USED oar*; always a bargain on hand In light car* Main 6735, FORD roadster, 1917 model, $75 cash. 725 Virginia avenu* AUTOMOBILES—WANTED. 50 Automobiles Wanted Can Use Packards, Caddilacs, Mannons, Pierce Arrows, Stutzs, Buicks, Oldsmobiles, Mercers, Paige* Will Pay High Price. What Have You for Salej Pioneer Motor Sales Cos. Ford Coupe Must be lx: good condition and be a 1920 or 1921 model wit* fair tires. Act quick as I want to buy and buy quick a* I need It In ray businesa Address A No. 1879, Tlmea AUTOS WANTED I. Wolf Auto Cos. 619 N. Illinois st. Main 1579. AUTOS wanted] WEISS MANS, 212-14 K. New York street. Main 4446. M OTO RC YC LE S AND BIC YC L EB. A Real Bargain Have a bicycle with a Smith motor wheel attached. Will sell both or either one separately. Motor wheel capable of going 26 ttiiles an hour. The latter can be used for other purposes, such a* running a propeller on a canoe or row boat; running small ma chines of various types; could be attached to a push mobile. In fact wherever a limited amount of power was needed it could be used. No batteries needed. It has its own magneto and gener ator. Will sell the wheel or motor wheel at a very low price. Call Irvington 2332. Now Is r tie tiinft to have youi motorcjrcU overhauled and re-enameled. ERNEST HUGHES CO. 534-36 Mass. Ave. Main 4f04. CASH paid for all kinds of motorcycle*. FLOYD PETERMAN. 509 Massachusetts avenue. Continued on Next Page 9