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APRIL 18, 1922.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES. 25-29 8. Meridian St. Main 3500. ClaaatSad 'Adr. Dept. RATESI One time II Pr !$“• Three consecutive times.. .10 per line Six consecutive times 09 per Uns Lodge and club notices <1 inch or less)... .75 per insertion Over 1 inch. 07 per line addition*!. Contract rates on application. Church notices (I inch or lese) 50c per insertion 1 Over 1 inch ... .07 per line addition*! ieath notices 50c per Insertion of Thanks or in Memonam Notices 07 per line The Daily Times charges small Want Ads a m an accommodation to its readers. In return for this courtesy the advertiser ta expected to remit promptly. Ads received until 11:45 a. m. far publication same day. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. SK" 1 llhl£c/s, Parlors lilt Union SC FLANKER & BUCHANAN 320 North Illinois 8t Funeral directors to the people of Indl**- _. spoils since I**7. Phones — lliin 0641-0442. LI 3(4L INDIANAPOLIS CREMATORY George (irmstemer Funeral Director. 523 E. Market. £!d JPhone Main 090*. Li 730*. W. T. Blasengym 1625 Shelby st. I>rexei 2670. Stewart 1114. 1702 X. Illinois. Randolph 4274. J. C. WILSON 1230 ProepecC OT. I*7l. Dreiel 0331. EDW. L. HOLMAN ?512 Central Are. Randolph 5903. CriAd. AT HOCKEN SMITH. 724 N. .Ulnois. Main 1166. LI 116*. FUNERAL 51 RECTORS—I4O2 N. IlUnoU WM. E. KRIEGER. Ms!- 11 \ Res. phone. Ben Dari* 222-1. GAI>D —BtRT S. GADD. 2120 Prospect st. Fhcres Drexel 0422 ST. 2278 •DERTAKERS— HISEY & TITU& 111 orth Dei. LI 54 Main 14*0. H J iUTEWILER. - ** 4 N- M;rldian. Main 0218 FEENEY & FEENEY. DEATH AND FUNERAL NO riCES. DEER. JAMES —Age 55 years. beloved hu.'b&nd of Edith Deer. parsed away Monday, April 17 at 1:30 a m. Funeral at the residence. 2010 Ruckle street. Wednesday. April 19 at 2 p. m. Friends Invited. Burial at Crown Hill. GILLESPIE HELEN HHAKFER—BeIoved wife of Joseph Gillespie, daughter of Mrs. Mary Schaefer, died Sunday. April 14. at 10:30 a. -m.. age 21. Funeral Wednesday, April 19 at 8:30 a. m. at resi dence of her mother. 50 S. La Salle st. Services at Holy Cross Church at 9 a. m. Burial Holy Cross cemetery. Friends In vited. HART. JOHN’—Age 7 5 years, passed away at the hom j of his daughter. Mrs. N. C. Ferguson. 915 State st. Funeral at above address Wednesday. April 19. at 2 p. m. Burial Crown Hill. Friends in vited. MAP.REV MRLOUISE A.—Widow of Benjamin B. Mabrey. Monday morning. April 17, age 81 years, at residence of daughter, Mrs. Kate Sutton. 1115 North Alabama. Funeral Wednesday, April 19. 2:30 p. m.. at M. E Church. Jamestown. Ind Friends invited. Friends may call after 7 p. m., Monday. PAPE MINNIE M —Beloved wife ©f Fred \\\ Pape, died Sunday April 16. 1922. at 3 Ji. m.. ge 67 year?. Funeral Wednesday, April 19 at the residence. 2101 S. East st.. at 1:30 p m.. private .and Emmaus Evan gelical Lutheran Church, corner Laurel and Orange sts.. 2 p. m.. to which friends are Invited. Burial Lutheran cemetery. LOST AN D FOUN D. FOUND—Lady's pocketbook on Yandes street between Nineteenth and Twentieth •eets. Call at 1916 Martlndale after n i— LOST—Small purse containing bills, on Shelbyville interurban or Virginia and Mary.and. Reward. Prc-xel 7226. ring 2 LOST- Beagle hound black. white and brown with tag liberal reward for in formation or return. Drexel 6257. L >SI - Pali of slippers with bock lea, I/, s. Ayres’ glove counter. Randolph 3998. Reward. STRAYED—BIack, tan and white male beagl* with brass-studded collar. Ran* dolph 7750. LOST —Link cuff buttons, engraved 4 'S. D. T.” Reward. Randolph 7700. FOUND—Two keys and knife in downtown district. Call at Times office NOTICES. f j PRITCHETT The Barber 1 am now in my new loca tion and would like to see - all my old customers. 24When Bldg a SECOND FLOOR I Vy J PERSONALS. Get Unto a Profession UK? CIrJROPRMTIdi vg EVEMGi We have one class nicely un w-ay and /\s> SCHOOL are now starting i ©* C anew claa*. 5 CHIROPRACTIC J Get into thl* V . jj class NOW I \ J Suite 604 National City Bank Bldg. FAIRMOUNI MATERNITY HOSPITAL for confinement, private; price* reason ed • ina-- ork for board, babies adopted, w rite for booklet. MRS. T B. LONG. 4911 E. Twenty Seventh st.. Kansaa City. Mo. ELECTRIC treatment. Swedish massage. Hair dy-!ng and beauty work. OHIO BEAUTY SHOP. -7 H v:. Ohio- Circle 3797. INDIANA CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE Teaching the rational system of pain less adju.-tmert. Fourth floor When bldg NOTICE —I will re t be responsible or pag debts contracted by any one except my self. HARRY L. MILLER. MARGARET SELLERS. Osteopath, chiropractor, massage. 721 Russell avenue. Walter e johnston. Dentist; pyor rhfa treatments. Tel., Main 407*. 612 Terminal bldg. FRENCH and Swedish massage, vapor and sulphur baths. 116 W. SL Clair. Circle 5s 19. I WILL not be responsible for any debta contracted for by any one except myself. LOUIS C. LAUTH. MASSAGE —217 64 N. Illinois st.. Apt. 8. Select patronage. Circle 1890. 3USINESS SERVICES. FEATHERS bought. 9oi\l and renovated; f-e.Lher mattresses and pillows mads. t K BFRKI.K 41d Mass. Main 1425. flKlx sewing. work called for and de . ci. ilren’s clothing specialty; reatoriabie. Webster 5172. ROOFING AND TINNING. New or repair work. Estimates rurnished. Cail Ran dolpn 9417. HEATHS Union Barber Shop. Warm. comfortable bath rcorr*. 133 W. Mar ket street. DRESSMAKER, prices reasonable. Miss Haynes 124 E. Thirtieth st. Kenwood 5136. HOWARD ELECTRIC CO. Elsc'rtc wiring. 6-room ''ottsge: com plete. sl7. Drexel 9598. 744 Virginia ave. . SAFETY RAZORRLADES - V arpened TUTTLEDGE. 201 Indiana Avo. GOOD roofing, sl.2i per roll and up. E. 54. HARDIN CO.. 3220 A Michigan. BUSINESS SERVICES. ELECTRICAL WIRING Light and power. Houses a specialty. Repair work given prompt attention; rea sonable. DILTP ELECTRIC. *4l FT WAYNE. MAIN 3636. EX-SERVICE BROK—Vault. sink or dry well cleaning; sewers opened on connections; repair work; reliable and rea sonable. Go anywhere. Mall orders or phone orders. Truck service. Call Circle 7618. PAUL WEISS. 626 N. Caldwell. ELECTRICIAN, ex-service; starting In business; 6 years' experience. Let me do your electrical work; estimates free. Prices reasonable. References; union work FOULK, Webster 0815 evenings. BATHROOM fixtures. complete, S9O. Plumbing supplies at retail. We save you money on installation. E. M. HAH DIN CO.. 3220 E. Michigan. MRS. PENCE'S dressmaking parlors, for gowns and smart dresses. Tel. Ken wood 1734. WILL save you money on guaranteed roll roofing. Webster 3603. DETECTIVES. Quigley-Hyland Agency, Inc. Suite 404 Natlcnal City Bank building. Phone Main ,902 Local office Interna tional Secret Service Asen. Seventy office# tn America and foreivn countries. DANCING PANGING Washington and Rural streets, at Ring's hall. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. MALE HELP—WANTED. SINGLE middle-aged man on truck farm. Randolph 1251-2. SITUATION WANTED—MALE. MALE NURSE, any kind of case; nervous cases a specialty. Main *216. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. GIRLS. over 18 years of age to learn telephone operating. IND. BELL TELEPHONE CO. Room 322. corner New York and Meridian. GIRLS TO STRING CARDS. WHITAKER PRESS. Second floor Liberty bldg. Capitol ave. and Maryland. GIRL for general housework; two In fam ily; no washing. Address A No. 1928, Times. WOMEN to sew on power machine. EBERHARDT A CO. Webster 5145. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE. CURTAINS TO LAUNDER. MRS. LUTZ. Drexel 0896. INSTRUCTIONS. IE A CMIROPBA6TQR Enroll Now! Our next class starts May Ist. If you want to study Chiropractic, make a careful Investigation of the school you wish to enter and the men back of it. We welcome a thorough examination. Our school is recognized as a high-class educational institution. Is a member of the State Chamber of Commerce, and has one student in school whose tuition is being paid by the government. Nearly seventy students, more than seven hundred clinic patients in nine months' time, is our record. We are proud of It. too. Some of our advanced students are now adjusting twenty to thirty patients daily. You will get plenty of practical ex perience here in our fast growing clinic. CEHTSLAL STATES COLLEGE CF (BKSRSIFISAETE® 1031-1037 Lemcke Bldg. Phone Circle 3033. E. R. BEBOUT. D. C.. Pres. PIANO—SAXOPHONE In 20 lessons, the Christensen way. Be glnneu and advanced. CHRISTENSEN SCHOOL. 106 Pembroke Arcade Clr. 3034 PRIVATE lessons In shorthand, typewrit ing. bookkeeping, etc. JACKSON BUS INESS COLLEGE 157 N. li.’inoU street. Circle 1214. MEN to learn barber trade TRI-CITY BARBER'S COLLEGE. 309 E. Washing ton at.. Indianapolis. Ind. Ctrola 0717. HOUBES—WANTED. FIVE-ROOM house In good neighborhood by reliable couple with 10-year-old daughter. Webster 3Sll. MODERN or semi-modern house. 4 to 6 rooms; east or northeast. Harrison 2169. WANTED- -FIV E OR SIX - ROOM PEMI"- MODERN HOME DREXEL 2128- FLATS, APARTM ENTS—TO LET. 416 E. Vermont Four rooms and bath; Just newly reno vated. W’alking distance. $45 month. State Savings and Trust Cos. Main 4518. SETTLED girl to share small apartment; porch, in-a-door bed kitchenette, pri vate bath. Randolph 9126. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. ESTABLISHED. 1*95. Otto J. Suesz Packing, Hauling, Storage Overland Hauiinf/ Main 2353-3628 Night, Webster 0699 PARTLOW FIREPROOF STORAGE CO. Private locked room# and open space 35c 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 419-29 E. Market street. Main 2760. LI. 8690, Shank Superior Service BEST FACILITIES FOR STORAGE. TRANSFER. PACKING AND SHIPPING. 227 N. New Jersey st. Main 2028. LI 1128. DAVIS A NORRIS, new storage house. We store household goods or anything Storage, packing shipping or transfer. Circle 6672. Night. Belmont 1026. Office 328 W. Maryland. BRUCE KENNARD. TEA NPFF. FC STOR age. MAln 0303; Main 6988; evening. H&rriaon 2258. TRANSFERRING OF AULT KINDS. CALL DREXEI. 2379. UNION STATION BAGGAGE TRANSFER MAIN 7119. _LIGH" HOUSEKEEP."C BOOMB. MADISON ave.. 1025; housekeeping room; kitchenette; modern. $6. Drexel 5376. BOARD AND ROOMS—TO LET, PARK. 1540; lovely location; front room on first floor; home cooking with priv ileges. Circle 7964. ROOMS—TO LET. MASSACHUSETTS ave., close in, three furnished front rooms In modern apt.; private bath 3 girls or young married couple employed, refined, nice home. sl2 per week Address A No. 1927. Times. FRONT room neatly furnlahei; modern; private home north. Central car line. Randolph 92 83. LARGE, clean, attractive front room: re fined gentleman; breakfast If desired. Circle 7279, BUSI N ESS PLACES—TO LC T. SOUTH EAST. 425; store room for rent. Drexel 8350. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES^ FURNITURE store and repair shop, closed recently; death; 6 living rooms and ga rage connected. Circle 2887. BATTERY SERVICbTbTATION. PHONE CIRCLE o*6o REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE. Madison Ave., S4OO Cash Dandy 4-room bungalow; new garage; .large front porch; over H Acre of ground; east front; •located on Madison ave.. 4 blocks from street car and Just 4 miles from the Circle. For quick sale $3 450. or for a little more will sell on small down payment. This is a fine little home. R. L. ARCHBOLD. City Trust Company Jircle 4022. Belmont 1026, Ring 4. Catholic Parish 283 N. Tremont, 6-room raoiern home. Full lot with 2--ar ga rage. Bargain at $4.56 Only *I,OOO down. Cali Mr. Halls to day. •J. G. McCullough. 106 N. Delaware. Main 1710. Five-Room Bungalow $350 Cash ‘ Brand new htme, conveniently ar ranged; excellent decorations and electric fixtures, bathroom with toilet installed, dining room with window seat; city water at sink in kitchen. Immediate possession SBSO cash, S3O per month; price $3,350. Call Ed O'Ca iahan. South Side Specialist, with McCord & McKinney. Realtors. 311 Lemcke Bldg. Circle 5220. Evenings. Webster SSOO. Dearborn Street NEAR WASHINGTON ST Seven rooms, city water in kitchen, elec tric lights, gas, brick p?*rch, paved street. PRICE. $3,750; S,OO CASH. A real bargain like this requires qi.ick action. George F. Coultis, 431 Lemcke bldg. Main 3116. Residence phone. North 1235. Duplex, On Broadway South of Creek Renting for SBO a month. To settle up an estate. Will sell for $4,500, part cash and can arrange terms for balance. Call Mr. Mclnteer. I. N. Richie & Son. 710 Bankers Trust. Main 0520. Why Go to tho Lakes when you can buy a five-room bungalow having kitchen, three bedrooms. living room and dining room combined. S reened porch. Lot 100x150. Plenty of forts? trees. Furnished. On the high ground In Ravens wood. Price $3,000. Meredith & Johnson Main Webster 7483. Best Buy In Town For the money; 5-room bungalow, new, Drexel ave . near Michigan. Price only $3,400, S4OO coeh. balance $25 per month. George F. Coultis, 431 Lmrk' b*dg. Main 3115. Residence phyne. North 1235. HOYT AVE. Close to Shelby St. Good six-room modern home; has 3-ear garage; SSOO cash, balance term*. Price $3,900. JAMES E. BERRY, Main 5147 or Drexvei 1150 Modern bungalow N. La Salle st.. 5 rooms and bath, near car line. PRICE $4,600. $650 cash, balance terms. Dunlop & Holtegel, Realtors Bungalow, West Six-room •emi-modern bungalow. W|U •ell very cheap. For further particulars call Mr. Anderson, with I. N. Richie & Son. 710 Bankers Trust. Main 0620. Shriver Ave. Double Six room*, strictly modern, hardwood floors throughout, full basement, ftrst-clasa condition; pays 13V* r i. Price $6 000, on term*. Call Trueblood. RELIABLE REALTY CO. Main 0186. Evenings, Irv ington 4213. REACT I Ft' L five-room modern bungalow on Thirty- Sixth street, near Clifton. Must be seen to be appreciated. Price and term* rea sonable. Call Mr. Graham Circle 7 962. Eve., Randolph 3005. ELMORE ISROS.’ REALTY CO. 4 Elm St. Good 7-room sem!-modern. Prioe $3,500; SSOO down, balance Ilko ren’. Good con dition. Mr. Coultis. I. N. Richie & Son. | 710 Bankers Trust. Main 0520. South Side Double ! Thl* Is a good five-room [double; h home and an Investment; only $4,250; SBOO caah, balance llko rent One block from car. THE GATES-KINNEAIi COMPANY. Mr. Young. Main 1409. Wash ington 1079. ~ madTson AYK\r E Just north of McCarthy, fifty feet with ! 5-room house MARGARET BERRY 302 Public Savings. FOUR-ROOM cottage, south; *1,656 —$ITo cash. sls per mouth. Call Mr. Shetburn, with Russe 11. Hartman Main 5228. 224 N. Delaware. M )DERN bungalow east. semi-modern bungalow, modern double*, semi -modern doubles. Any kind of a property you want east or south. Cash and payment. C. J. OSBORN. Drexel 4184. SOUTHWEST corner North *treet and Ori ental; new, never occupied. *lx rooms strictly modem, in course of construction. $4,850; SI,OOO each; S3B 60 monthly. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER COMPANY. COLORED. SHRIVER AVE. 2702; modern 8 rooms. 8 closet*, 4 bedrooms, sleeping porch, double garage. SI,OOO cash, balance terms. Owner Kenwood 7458 or }<• :. : >lph New 5-Room Bungalow Room for bath, garage, $2,660; small payment down, balance like rent. Call Mr. Foreman. RELIABLE REALTY CO. Main 0186. 894 WEST drive \y oodruff Place; nine room modern; three-room house In rear, iot 80x170; $9,500; $2,000 cash, $75 per month. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. DOUBLE, threw rooms to side, three-room single In rear; rent $22. price $2,100; S2OO cash. 513-515 West McCarty street. THE SOUTHE&N LUMBER COMPANY. 382 1 GUILFORD avenue center hail, strictly modern; 50-foot lot. double gar age. $1,260; terms. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER COM FA NY. 549 EAST 32d stree*. eight rooms; strictly modern; fine corner; $9,000; part cash. THE SOUTH E RN Ll' M fIER COMI AN Y. 3844 GRACRLAND, eight-room etrlctly modern; garage. Want offer Terms. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER COMPANY. 831 N. OAF' .AND avenue. six room* strictly mouerri; $6,000; half cash. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER COMPANY. FIVE-ROOM cottage with bath, kitchen" ette and garage; clone to Central on Nineteenth. Call evenings. Harrison 3169, sts4 BELLE FONTAINE, seven rooms modern, garage, $6,600. THE SOUTH ERN LUMBER COMPANY. MODERN 6-room paying double. 2400 block. New Jersey, TOM OVEEMAN, real estate. Harrison 1506. 1144 ARROW avenue; five-room semi modern; $2,700. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER COMPANY. 39 WOODLAND drive, five-room strictly modern; $5,500, $2,7 00 cash. THE m 'V 1 HERN LUMBER 1 ' >. 14SS GEMMER street, five-room semi modern ; $3,000. Terms THE SOUTH ERN LUMBER COMPANY. 4123 CORNELIUS, five rooms. modern, garage! $4,500. Terms. THE SOUTH ERN LUMBER COMPANY. BY OWNER. 6-room modern house; sleep ing porch, double garage; for colored. Harrison 0244. SEVEN-ROOM house. strictly modern. Owner wljl sell cheap on payments. 3925 Graceland avenue. BY OWNERi, seven-room house; 4 rooms basement. Irvington 3107. WE build small houses on payments. Also buy for cash. Main 5340. REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN, TWO ACRES. 2-room new house, garage; 1 square fro’ei traction stop and paved highway; immediate possession. HALL A HILL. REALTORS. Main 2315. 147 E. Market st. INDIANA DAILY TIMES. EVERETT TRUE. By CONDO. y v- i NcPtv, my Yoo CRACK A KhiuCKCS; I'Ll pu., r REAL ESTATE—SALE OR TRADE. OPPORTUNITIES What Have You Got to Trade? We have Income property ami farms in any part of the country, which we can match on any you may have from any anmunt. SI,OOO to $1,000,000 For information inquire ZION REALTY CO., 26 W. Fifteenth. Phones 4233. Gory. Indiana. i TWO doubles renting ror SB6 to trade for modern residence aouth of Fall Crack. Main 1232. LOTS—-FOR SALE. RUCKLE ST. LOT BARGAINS. South of Thlrty-Eighth street blvd.. on wwt side of Ru> k'.e. with new double ga rage on rtnr of lot; price only $2,526. HENRY A ROBINS. 153 K. Market st. Main 563*. Washington 4303 2Vo Acres l'-i MILES east of Irvington an.i S mile south of National roail. 11.250. 11l per month. Call Webster 577 1 evenings, or Cooper & Hadley 835 L-mcko b'.dg Main 2776 THIRTY-EIGHTH street. East . 25 large lota: forest tree*. N-e.v is t)..- time to look I iver. Termstr Address A No 192*. 1 LOT on Sutherland avenue; sl6 down; 11 25 per week. T<sl OVERMAN Real estate Harrison 150*. REAL ESTATE-WANTED. What Have AouT We want a modern bungalow south that | can be bought on :rm* Call u* tmme i diately an our buyer must locate very *>oon. Fowler & Eaton 301 City Trust Bldg Main 4871. i WE would like to locate a home east or i north that can be bought for JSOO to *1.600 down. Address A No. 2763, Times. I WOULD ’lk,* to locate a 5-roOm modern or semi-modern near E;vst Tenth car line. N" * R. C. KO-LAND AUCTION CO.. 616 Trac tion Terminal bklg Circle 0247. FAHMS—FOR SALE. FINE, 3-acre farm; 35% miles *outh; ideal chicken or truck garden. A rar- bargain. ALBERT H LoSCHE, 8 E. Market st. Main 2u09. f AR _ M _ S ~. T 9. E ET - FARM ground; southeast; been in clover Beech Grove 155. ring 1. AUTOMOBILES—FOR SALE. DODGE BROTHER.'* motor car*; a good awsortment at all times. C.h.WALLesicH Company L/cautm Baotkmji McroaVfcmcuM^ 846 North Meridian. FOR SALE Cheap; 1 Bulck touring car, 1 Overland touring car, 1 Kissel road ster, 1 Ford truck. AUTO REPAIR SHOP. Harding and W. Wash. Bel. 4200. WVneed the loom. HAYNES five-passenger; starter and lights. In lirst-class condition, $350. Premier truck for sale or trade. $250. Drexel 5119. EDWIN KING. 32 South State. ALL kinds of cars. SSO, $75, SIOO down, balance small weekly payments. INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO. 518 N. Capitol. FORD, late 1920 sedan; newly painted; perfect condition; good tires; $l6O down, balance one year. WIDES & MILLER. 644 E Washington. Alain 3493. FORD, 1919;* 1-ton truck chassis; good tires; perfect; bargain; terms or trade. WIDES A MILLER. 644 E. Washington Main 3493. EAST; nice five-room modern bungalo.v near car line. Long living room; SSOO cash; $55 month. MR. WRIGHT. Irving ton 0292. _ PACKARD touring; good condition; trade or sacrifice. Reasonable offer. 510 N. Capitol ave., Indianapolis. FoRI) touring, 1320-21 model; starter and demountable. Sale or exchange. 725 Virginia avenue. 1920 McFARLAXD sedan; reasonable; runs and looks like new. Guaranteed one year. 510 N. Capitol. CHALMERS eedan; accept reasonable of fer. Looks like new. 510 N. Capitol ave., Indianapolis. CALL at 615 N. East street for USED CARS; always a bargain. Main 6735. LEXINGTON, 1921 sport touring; a bar gain 510 N. Capitol ave., Indianapolis. WILLYS-KNIGHT 7-passengcr; will sac rifice 510 N. Capitol ave., Indianapolis. HAY NKS CIIITVLNTI ROADSTER? BAR GAIN AT S4OO. 610 N. CAPITOL. MARMON chummy roadster; like new. 610 N. Capitol, Indianapolis. DODGE ROADSTER, A-l CONDITION. 725 VIRGINIA_AVE. STUTZ roadster, S6OO. 510 N. Capitol ave.. Indianapolis. AUTOMOBILES—WANTED. AUTOS WANTED I. Wolf Auto Cos. 619 N. Illinois 3t. Main 1579. FORDS wanted. I pay the highest prices for Fords regardless of condition. Web ster 7260. HENRY SEGAL, 2401 East Washington. SIA6 EQUITY in lot. Blltmore Garden and W. Wash, st., for Ford. Call Harri eon 2844 after 4. - AUTOS wanted. WEISSMAN'B. 3X3-14 K. New YorK street. Alain 4446. jvurroncycles and bicycles. Now is the time to have yout motorcycle overhauled and re-enameled. ERNEST HUGHES CO. 634-36 Alase. Ave. Main 6434. CASH paid for all kinds of motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN. 609 Maes. ave. Main 7029. AUTO REPAtRS AND SUPPLIES. FORD BOOSES SPEEDSTER MuDKL Autowa Ames and Ford Body Dist. Swiss he Hinra &. Rarker 330 East Market. COLViN BATTERY COMPANY' Reehaige, 6-Volt, 60c; 12-Volt, 75c. New Bittery, Guaranteed Two Years, 611, JH.SO; 613, $16.50; 127, $22 50 121 K MARYLAND BT. CIRCLE 1870. Til 1 ED ■; > AN V CAR FREE. REDUCED PRICES Auto washing Touring, SI.OO. sedan, $1.25. SCH ROVER'S. 322 %V. Maryland. Circle 0653. BRING your hauety trouble* to u.s W* are experts In this work and our prices are right. 6 volt rscharge 500. rebuild complete $4.00; 12 volt recharge 76c; re build complete SIO.OO. SOUTH SIDE BATTERY SHOP. 413 S MERIDIAN ST. AUTO WASHING Our specialty. 834 North Illlnola. S (Sc S Auto Laundry TIRES, all sixes. $4 and up. Rebuilt ’*•- i:\g.T with NEW TREADS. We a!so re pair or rs tr*ad your Ur**. ANDERSON STEAM VULVANIZKR CO.. 1J North Capitol. 3d floor. 800 USED nil wizen. $2 each. ROG ERS 311a W. Wafihingon. Belmont MISCELLANEOUS—FOR^SALE. OWN A CORONA $2 DOWN Brings You a Brand New Corona Xf ftrsoo.tf Aiaikqp BABY PAYMENTS THEHEAFTER Jtidd Typewriter Exchange 22 S. Pennsylvania £?L MAin 2890. TROUSERS m The latest spring style* I I now In. Match Your 1j J Coat and Vest. l! 1 The Pants Store \ln Cos. |\ 2 Storvi Full of I’ants W * 48 Woj9f. Ohio St. 11l East Ohio St. 'TypewrTtek bargains " FOUn SO. 9 OUIVKRS, ONLY $25 00 KACH. CLEANED, OVERHAULED AND IN FINE CONDITION AND GI'ARA.N ---1 TEED. ALSO BARGAINS IN OTHER MAKES. CLARK TYPEWRITER SHOP 18 WEST MARKET ST. UPSTAIRS. PHONE, MAIN 2886. MAKE your old coat look Ilka oeff suit by matohln* a pair trouuere with the CORRECT RANTS MAKERS CO. _ 104 H W. Ohio Ht. INVALID CHAIRS—Good, etron* rubber tired chairs for rent, $3.60 per month Crutchett, 25c. Delivery free. BAKER BROS. FIVE dollars will put ati electric washing machine in your home. Demonstration this week. STAR STORE. 360 W. Wash ington street. FOR SALE—Beautiful crocheted dollies, 10 inches In diameter; can sell set or one, $1.25 each. Webster 6894. washing machine with wringer; fine condition; cheap. S4O. Webster 4580. MISCELLANEOUS—TO LET. CONCRETE MIXERS FOR RENT. Circle 6665. ~ IvhsCELLAN EOUS—WANTED. GOOD, SOUND YELLOW EAR CORN WANTED AT THE STOCKYARDS INVALID’S chair, street and house use; good condition. Harrison 1662. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—FOR SALE. DROP-HEAD Ringer eewlng machines. 110; good condition. Circle 6680. MU SI CAL—SALE OR WAN TED. PARLOR Grand, ebony case, $260 cash. CHAS. C. MORGAN. Randolph 4221. BALDWIN made player piano; fine condi tion with 60 rolls, $275. Main 4531. MACHINERY AND TOOLS. WONDER MINERS MIXERS, HOISTS. PUMPS. ENGINES. ALL SIZES CARRIED IN STOCK BURL FINCH, DIST. 314-20 W. MARY LAND STREET DOGS, PpULTRY, PIGEONS. ETC. HOMES wanted for healthy homeless dogs INDIANAPOLIS HUMANE, SOCIETY. City dog pound. 924 E. N. T. Main 0872. BARRED ROCKS: pullets, cockerels, eggs, setting hens. Drexel 8778. LiVE STOCK AND VEHICLES. PASTURE FOR RENT. Belmont 0886-rlng 2. COAL AnD WOOD—FOR SALE. NOW la the best time to buy your coal. We guarantee our coal to be the best on the market. S Low Prices Poca. lump. No. 3 rted ash, 80 per cent lump $7.60 Best Va. lump, large clean forked. . . $7!oo Best E. Ky. lump, large clean forked . $7.00 Best E. Ky. egg, clean forked $7.00 Best Brazil block, large clean forked. Best Ind. or Linton No. 4 clean fk...56 00 Best Ind. mlhe run. £O% lump $o!oo Kindling with each ton. Delivered anywheie In the city. . Drexel 8280. st. 2225. UNION ICE AND COAL CO. Quality, Service and Correct Weight. Since 1908. Ask your friends. LINTON No. 4, forked $6.00 Pocahontas lump, forked g.OO Pocahontas lump, genuine red ash... 7 50 LI MERIDIAN COAL CO. COAL L H. BAIN COAL CO. Main 8631. 212 N. Pine. Main 2151. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS For Bids for School Building. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed. William H. Evans, as trustee of Center School Township of Marion County Indiana, and the advisory board of Center Township of said county and State, will, until the hour of 10 o'clock a m on Wednesday, tho 28th day of April. 1922, at the Office of eald trustee. 412 Saks building, located at the southwest corner of Washlngtond and Pennsylvania streets In the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, re ceive sealed bids for the erection, con struction and completion of a two (2) story and basement, brick, fireproof school building, for the use of said school town ship; also for construction and installation of a heating and ventilating system there for , also for the construction and Installa tion of the plumbing and water supply system therefore, also for the construction und Installation therein of an electrical sy-tom with all proper fixtures; ail In ac cordance with the d-swings, plans and specification for such proposed work adopt ed and approved, and aa prepared by Donald Graham, architect. 1128 Hume- Mansur building In said city and now on fiie In the office of said trustee and of said architect, and in the office of the State Board of Accounts in the State house. Indianapolis, Indiana. All bids therefor will be opened and publicly read at 10 o'clock a. m on said 26th day of April. 1922. at the office of said trustee In the presents of said trustee and advtnory board. Said building, and said systems connected therewith, are to be constructed on the school property of said township, if ted at Raymond arid I’erklr.s streets In said Center Township Bidders desiring duplicate copies of the drawings and specifications for their own personal use, may obtain tho same by de positing $lO for the general construction documents, which money so deposited will be refunded If such drawings and specifi cations are returned in good condition on or before the time above fixed for receiv ing bids. All bids must be ot form No 96. pre scribed by *he .Stale Board of Accounts, and each bid must bo accompanied by a certified check ror not less than 3 per cent in amount of the gr. aa bid submitted, payable to the trustee of Center School Township Marlon County, In-j.ana and the said check of any accepted bidder shall be cashed bv the payee and the amount thereof retained by him aa agreed liqui dated damn****, in the event that such ac cepted bidder fa.il to ente into a proper contract for the worfc fur which hi* bid shall lie accepted, and to give thfc proper approved bond required, within ten days from and the date of the acceptam e euch bid. A1! checks of unsuccessful bidders will be returned to th* respective bidders. W;thln ten day* from the date of the ao cepTa.u * of any bid, tho accepted bidder will be required to enter into a proper written contract to construct and complete the work covered by such bid. Including the furnishing of ail material and labor In conformity with the plans and specifi cation* therefor and also to furnish a proper b .rid with approved security for the faithful performance of such contract according to the terms thereof The entire Work in *!1 branches and classes herein mentioned will be required to be completed not Inter than the 16th day of September. 1922. The respective contract* will contain usual provisions on this subject. Lath bidder shall file with his bid the non-collusion affidavit required by statute, and tlie successful bidder before entering Into hi* contract shall present a certificate from the Industrial Board showing that h*' has complied with Section 68 of In diana workmen's compensation act The aatd school trustee and said advis ory board, expressly reserve the right to reji'Ct any and all bid* and to take rea sonable time to investigate the bids and Qualifications of the respective bidders be fore acting on bids submitted. The estimated oust of the entire work is $75,000.00. Dated this 3d day of April. 1922. WILLIAM H. EVANS, Trustee of (’enter School Township. FRED B. BROWN. BOYD W TGM V LETON. WILLIAM <\ K ASS E BAUM. Members of Advisory Board of Center Township. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Bids will bo received by the board of trustee** of the Indiana Btate Normal School ut 2 30 p. m.. .May 9. 1H22, at the office of tho eastern divtsion. Indiana State Normal School at Muncle, Indiana, for the erection and completion of the Hcleftr* hall at the eastern division, Indiana State Nor mal School. Muncle, Indiana Bids must be made on form 96. prescribed by the State board of account* and must be ac companied by certified chock equal to 5 per cent of the amount of the bid. Bids must be made in accordance with provis ions of sp# ideations prepared by Kibele A: Garrard, architect*. Muncle, Indiana. Copies ot* plans and specifications may he found at the office of the dean of the fac ulty of the eastern division. Indiana State Normal School, Muncle, Indiana, at the office of Kibele Garrard, architects, 335 the Johnson building. Muncle. Indiana, and at the office of the registrar of the Indiana State Normal School, Terre Haute, In diana. Bl]* will be received on Section "A” (center weetion), estimated cost $120,- 000.00; on Sections “A" and 'B” (center section and south section), estimated cost $165,000.00. and ""on Section* "A.” *‘B” and “C” (center section, south section and north section), total estimated cost $210,- 000.00. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE IN DIANA STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. \V. C. BALL. Secretary. FINANCIAL. LOANS On furniture, pianos, autos, live stock, farm Impleaients and other collateral. CAPITOL LOAN CO. 141 Vi E. Washington St. Main 06*6. Auto Lincoln 7184. WE MAKE first and second mortgages on improved farms and Indianapolis real estate. AETNA MORTGAGE AND INVEST’T. CO. 608 Fidelity Trust bldg. MONEY furnished on realty mortgages and contracts. FRANK K. SA iI'ER. Meridian Life Bldg. 307 North Pennsyl vania street. Clrclo 1061. FIRST and second mortgage* on Indiana and Indianapolis real estate. R. B. WIL SON. 1101 National City Bank bldg. Lin coln 6104. 6IONEY to loan on second mortgages. L. B. MILLER. 127 N Delaware st Mala 67(3. Washington Briefs WASHINGTON, April 18. —Incompara- bly jollier Is the House of Representa tives than the United States Senate. When big tidings are afoot on Capitol Hill the show staged by the House is always a better spectacle than anything the digni fied, serious and dreary Senate produces. Take the closing debate on the naval personnel controversy. There was "punch" in every phase of It. The speeches—by arrangement—were short and snappy. Everybody got applause. Jokes were cracked and laughed at. When protagonists like Madden or Gallivan, respectively, against and for the victorious total of SIi.OOO, had the floor and waxed forceful or eloquent they held the house spell lound and took their seats amid salvos of handclnpping and tributes of standing colleagues. Altogether it was more like a convention than Congress and therefore more human and homespun American. Two of the “babies" of the House, Newton, Republican, of Minnesota, and Brennan. Republican, of Michigan, made fine little speeches for the bigger Navy. Representative Gallivan of Mas sachusetts. South Boston Democrat, keeps the floor and galleries smiling even when he is in serious vein. He quoted Kipling on Kings In order to take a dig at “king” Kelley of Michigan, leader of the 67,000 personnel brigade, and had everybody rocking with glee when he! HOWZAT? Coincident with the opening of the hearing of tho petition of the Citi zens Gas Company of Indianapolis for a 35-eent increase in the gas rate, the Valparaiso Lighting Company to day filed with the public service com mission a petition for a 15-oent de crease In its gas rate. taunted Congress for its readiness to lavish ralllious on prohibition and “pennies on the flag." Address him henceforward as “the Hon. George B. Christian, B. S. C.,” for President Harding's private secretary is now a bachelor of secretarlai science. Mr. Christian is the proud possessor of America’s newest college degree, con ferred upon him by Boston University; also he is the flrst to receive it. The corresponding sheepskin was presented by a delegation of fifty women students of the university headed bj’ Dean 1. Lawrence Davis. With it they gave Sec retary Christian honorary membership in tho Sigma Society, an organization of men professionally mgaged In secre tarial work. q Maj. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle of Philadelphia, will address in Washing ton next Friday evening the largest Bible class “rally" ever held In the capi tal. Hundreds of Bible class students affiliated with the various Protestant Churches of the city Joined by delegates from Baltimore will participate in the meeting. It will be held at Calvary Baptist Church where President Harding and Secretary Hughes both worship. The object of the rally is to recruit new mem bers and especially to arouse interest in the Drexel Bbldle Bible classes, which are said today to have a nation-wide con stituency of '400,000 adherents. Washington has an interesting organ ization known as the Society of Oldest Inhabitants It is looking forward to a field day on May 13, when i* will assem ble to pay homage to one of its revered veterans. Henry Augustus Willaad. on the occasion of his lOOth birthday anni versary. The hosts of the unusual oc casion will be the centearian. Hon. Henry W. Willard of Washington, and the latter's three children. The Willards have been identified with the develop ment of Washington since the beginning of the nineteenth century. Baron Shideharu the Japanese arnbas sador to the United States, who Is ap proaching heme waters this week on a leave of-absence visit, took with him to Tokio unique souvenirs of the Washing ton conference for the members of the Nipponese delegation. They consist of the “peace dollars" issued by (he United States mint last winter. Baron Sbidehara had a number of (hern mounted in hand some little satin lined leather cases, and had stamped in gilt across the cover the words Immortalized by President Hard ing when as the conference’s motto he opened the proceedings of the conference on Nov. 12—-“ Simplicity. Honor, Hon esty.” The ambassador will present one of the dollars to each of his principal colleagues on the Japanese delegation and lo some of the minor attaches at it. Srinivasa Sastri. the brilliant Indian who was attached to the British Em pire delegation at the Washington con ference returned to Delhi at the end of March and took his seat as a member of the imperial council of State. In ex pressing his regret at his absence from India at a critical stage of her history, Mr. Sastri declared It was softened by the belief that his tour would be val uable to India In gaining the sympathy of England and America for India's views. He was profoundly Impressed by the Importance of getting the British dominions to know Indian's views, as he considered that in the future Great Bri tain would he greatly Influenced by the opinion of America and tho Dominions. What would Congress say to a budget of “44 billions' for the civil service? That’s what the German republic’s army of permanent federal place holders costs, according to the 15>22 appropriations just submitted to the Reichstag by the fi nance minister. They number (Includ ing 401.000 employed on the State rail ways) 054 000 men and women. As might be expected in the land where money oozes from the printing pressses like wa ter from wet sponges, the ministry of finance Is the most heavily staffed with 03.234 hand. In the labor ministry, the next blgget, 10,423 people are on the payroll. Americans who have official business in Berlin are Immediately struck with the superabundance of civil serv ants everywhere. They are so innum erable th.il difficulty usually is o* perlenced in wading through their ser ried ranks to any one with real responsi bllity. The civil service budget of “44 billion" paper marks accounts for more than half of the total German budget of 90,700.000,000 marks for the current year.—Copyright, 1922, by Tublic Ledger Company. FEDERALCOURT STOPS PLAN TO ABOLISH TENTS Mine Workers’ Union Secures New Order in Mingo County Case. WASHINGTON, April IS—Operation of the order issued by the Federal Court at Charleston, W. Va., for the abolition of the tent colonies In Mingo County, has been temporarily suspended by a super sedeas granted here by Judge Martin A. Knapp, senior judge of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth District, it was learned today. Attorneys for the United Mine Workers of America have gone to Charleston to file a copy of Judge Knapp's order with the United States District Court. The supersedeas of the court of Appeals has the effect of suspending the injunc tion of Judge McCliutlc of Charleston to the Borderland Coal Company until a hearing has been held before Judge Knapp. It was Issued at the request of W. A. Glnssnow, Jr., of Philadelphia and Henry Warrum of Indianapolis, attorneys for the miners’ union. Judge Knapp also granted an appeal from Judge MeClintic’s injunction order to the United State* CoMrt of Appeals and ordered all records In the case transmitted to the court at Richmond, Va. All of the restraints of Judge Mc- CJintle's injunction are suspended by the supersedeas, except those which re strain the union miners from doing acts that are In themselves unlawful, such as Interfering with the employes of the coal company by menace, threats, vio lence or injury to them, their families or their property. It contains the provis ions of the injunction against trespass ing upon the property of the coal com panies. Under the supersedeas the coal com panies are prevented from interfering with or destroying the tent colonies maintained by the United Mine workers in West Virginia. The date for hearing the appeal at Richmond has not been set. but the McClintic Injunction is expected to stand suspended until the hearing takes place. THOUGHTFUL THIKVKS. TIPTON, April 18.—Weaver .V- Da'st Cokflby, the largest department I store us robbed some t'ne be tweerkglSaraaav night and Mouda inorc tng jHKHd > 'T tho combination on th.. siirflHirlH the looked RESCUE HOMES HELP GIRLS OF RURAL SECTION Community Chest Names Committee to Supervise This Field. That most girls cared for in local res cue homes come from the rural districts of the State or from Indianapolis Itself | was the conclusion developed In a meet ing of social agencies called by the Com ! munity Chest. j It was said that over a period of years j no more than three or four application* ; for such assistance have been made here j by residents of other States. J Miss Alida Winkleman of the city hos ! pital was chosen chairman and Homer j W. Borst secretary of a committee to have supervision over the chest's tnter ; csts in this work. j Representatives of Florence Crittenden j Home and of Faith Horne reported that I these Institutions were filled to capacity. Those present at the meeting were th* Rev. Maurice O'Connor, representing St. Elizabeth’s Home; Staff Captain Elm quist. Salvation Army; Mrs. A. R. Coffin, Mrs. W. A. Moore, Mrs. Howard Gay, Florence Crittenden Home; Mrs. Louis Wolf, Miss Rose Bogen, Jewish Fed eration; Mrs. H E. Elllnwood, Mrs. Her bert AYagner, Mothers’ Aid Society; Eu gene C. Foster, Charity Organization So i eiety; I’aul L. Kirby. Children's Aid Association; Mrs. H. A. Zimmerman, Mr*. M. E. Kilbotirne, Mrs. Frank Hlrshman, Mrs. Una Franklin, Mrs. J. F. Poe, Faith Home; Miss Helen Hare, Robert Long Hospital; Miss Delithia Gerlach, Mi** Beulah House, dispensary aid; Miss Flor ence Community Chest. LOCAL WOMEN DELEGATES TO Y.W.C.A.MEET Thirteen Will Go to Hot Springs for National Convention. Thirteen people will represent Indian apolis at the seventh national biennial convention of the Young Women's Chris tian Association at Hot Springs, Ark. Eleven of these will represent the city association and two the Butler College association. They will leave Wednesday noon Delegates will gather at Hot Springs from the city, town, county and ; college associations of every State in the ; Union, April 20-27. Speakers from several foreign countries are coming to America | specially to take part in the program. The united convention will be for ! rnatly opened on the evening of April 20 by Mrs. Frederick Mackay Paist of : Philadelphia, president of the eonven : thin. Airs. M. G. Thompson, president lof the Hot Springs Y’oung Women's Christian Association, is to give the wel : come from the hostess city followed by greetings from the fraternal delegates. Dr. M. Ashby Jones of the Ponce de Leon Avenue Baptist Church at Atlanta, -Ga., will deliver the opening inspirational address. A general resume of the work ; of the Y'oung AA'oinen's Christian Asso ciation covering the past two years will j be given by Mrs. Robert E. Speer of New Y’erk, president of the national board, and Miss Mabel Cratty, she general secre tary, in her address, “Facing the Pres ent." which will outline the place of tha Y'oung Women's Christian Association in a modern community life. Miss A. Maude Royden, England's noted woman preacher and leader of women, will give a series of addresses on the "Christian AVay of Life." This se ries is designed to show how Christian women should live in every relation—per sonal. social, family and international. Miss Royden is the daughter of Sir Thomas Royden, formerly Lord Mayor of Liverpool. She was educated at Chelten ham under Miss Dorothea Beale, one of the pioneers of higher education for women, and at Lady Margaret Hall, Ox ford. At one time she was an extension lecturer at Oxford University. She is the only woman who has filled the pulpit of the City Temple of London. Internationalism, or the “Business of Peace," has been divided into three sub topics- first, Between Nations;" second, “Between Races." and third, “In Our Workaday Life" Miss Anne Lamb, an Anglo-Indian of Calcutta, a keen student of the pacifist movement in India, will introduce the East to the West and in terpret the “Business of Peace Between Nations.” as seen from India's point of view. Countess Helen Goblet d’Alvlella of Brussels. Belgium, and Judge Flor ence E. Allen of Cleveland, the first wom an judge of a Court of Common Pleas in the United States, will interpret from the angle of their respective countries. The second phase will he handled ty Bishop Robert F. Jones of New Orleans and Mrs. Luke G. Johnson of Atlanta. Ga. Edward C. Lindeman of Greensboro, N, C. professor of sociology in the North Carolina College for AA'omen, a community specialist, will talk on the “Business of Peace in Our AA'orkadav Life.” 11l iss Charlotte Niven of London, gen eral secretary of the world's committee of the Y'oung Women's Chrsitian As sociation. is coming to Introduce the reso lution adopted at the meeting of tbe world committee at Champery which pleads for world peace. The national student assembly 1s me?t ing for the first time as a regularly or ganized legislative body for student poli cies. Miss Emily Gordon of Wellesley will open the assembly and preside until a national president is elected. The main business to come before the assembly will be: The membership basis in stu dent association, student-industrial co operation. student-rural cooperation, and the place of the American student move ment In the World's Student Christian Federation. On the afternoon of April 24 the stu dents, assisted by Industrial delegates, will preside and have entire charge of the general convention. The speakers will be Miss Goldie Green of Detroit, Miss Letta Perkins of Chicago. Miss Dorothy Higgins of the University of Kansas and Miss Florence Hoover of Butler College. Miss Mildred Welch of Boston University is chairman of the executive committee of the national stu dent assembly. The program of the Industrial assembly was chosen by the girls themselves and Is confined to dis cussions on "Unemployment" and "Re ligion." The following are those who will rep resent the city association: From the board of directors, Mrs. Fred Hoke. Mrs. W. C. Smith; from the general member ship. Mrs. J. R. Barrett. Mrs. Edward D. Evans, Mrs. C. P. Lesh; from the secretarial! staff. Miss Pearl Forsyth, Miss Rose A. Cresshull, Miss Alice S. Newman; from the religious education department, Miss Augusta Hiatt; from the general education department, Mr*, J. E. Hicks; from the industrial depart ment, Miss Helen Guynn. Miss Florence Hoover and Miss Callsta Stevenson will go as delegates from Butler College. . c Easter Cantata Being Repeated Nightly performances of an Easter cantata are being given this week at the Englewood Christian Church, with th* exception of Saturday night. This is the first time a cantata has been repeated so often in an Indian apolis church. Large er >v.'d arc attend ing. 9