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FLORISTS. INDIANAPOLIS FLOWER AND PLANT CO- Central at*., at 34th. W* grow cat Cowers, plants. FUNERAL WORK. Wash. 2 m. . FUNERAL DIRECTORS. W. T. Blasengym CASKETS. $30.00 AND UP. $7.00 to Crown Hill. $6.30 to South Tarda Ambulance calls anywhere In the city. too. Also ambulance calls are made thout charge for parties who are un it to-pay. Randolph SS7O. Drexel 16 T 6. 1762 X. Illinois Bt. . 1615 Shelby St. SE***- TDcICcL Parlors UI3 Unloa <L t LANNEH * tttiCHANAN _ S2O Nor_ Illinois St reneral directors to the people of Indlaa spoils since 1667. JiLln 0641*0645. LI *ML INDIANAPOLIS CREMATORY SHIRLEY BROS.’ CO. Main office $46 N. Illinois St. Circle m. Main I4L George Unnstemer Funera; Director. M$ E. Market. Old phone Main 08Ot, LI IMt J. G WJIL&UN Isso Prospect. ST. 1(71. Drexel (SSL FINN BROTHERS Mein 2176. 13S W, Market. Circle 131$. EDW. L. HOLMAN 2512 Central Ave. Randolph 6903. CUAS. A HOCK KNSMITH. 134 N. illlnola Mein lilt LI MM. FUNERAL DIRECTORS—I4O2 N. UUnola. WM. E. Kill EGER. Main 1164. Rea phone, Ben Parle 113-3. QADD—BERT S. GADD. 2130 Prospect st Phones: Drexel 0423: BT. 3373. t UNDERTAKERS— HIBEY A TITUR 1 North Del. LI 6644. Main 34t0 H. u. iUTEWTLER. 4 N. Meridian, Main Hit FEENEY A FEENBT. M|£ATh and funeral notices. rvwwe>wwwwvvvw FORD. MARY C.—Widow of Edwin G* Crawford, Monday afternoon. May 15. Funeral at residence of her nephew. Dr. J. M. Rhodes, 2406 X. Capitol. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends invited. DUNN. MARY—Widow of the late Lewis Dunn, died Tuesday. Xay 16. 1922, at 6:15 a. m.. ag*e 74 years. Funeral at resi dence, 1569 Shelby street, Thursday, May 18 at 2 p. m. Friends invited. Burial frown Hill cemetery. *\AIT (FAY) MISS NINETTE E.—Called home to be with Jesus 6:50 a. m.. Mon day, May 13, 1922. Survived by her mother, Mrs. C. I. Fait; brother, W. Franc Fait, and Miss A Mae Fait, all of Indianapolis. Funeral 2:45 p. m., Thursday at re;iden- e. 206 X. Gray street. Miss Ninette Fait Jus been a teacher in the public school No. 21 for several years. HAAG, JULIUS A.—Passed away at his late residence. 2859 North Meridian. Friends may view remains Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 o'clock. Funeral Thurs day, 2 o'clock. Private. HARNEY, IDA M.—Beloved wife of John Harney", passed away at. the residence, 1720 Broadway, Tuesday evening at 6 o’clock, age 40 years. Funeral Thursday i at 2. m. at the Fred T. Moore funeral p&rioia. Sixteenth and Broadway. Burial in Crown Hill. Friends invited. GRAETER. FREDERICK O. Beloved husband of Evva Graeter. passed away Monday, May 15. Funeral Thursday, May 18. 2:20 p. m., at the home. 2228 Hovey street. Friends invited. Burial Crown Hill cemetery. ROBERTS, JAMES E.—Passed away May 15 at his residence. 103S N. Meridian st. Funeral services at the home Thursday, 10:80 a. m. Friends invited. Burial pri vate Crown Hill. SXODEnT JOSEPH MARION—Age 70 years, beloved father of Mrs. George Wiseman, passed away Tuesday. May 16. j at 2:20 a. m.. at the residence on the W. j Vermont st. road, fifth house west of Big 1 Eagrle Creek. Funeral at the residence, Thursday. May 18. at 2 p. m. Friends in •ed. Burial Floral Park cemetery. lIGHT. Ml[NxTeMAY—Beloved wife ©f Robert 8. Wright and mother of Gladys S. Wright, died Tuesday. May 16, age 4 4 years. Short eervire Friday. May 19, at residence. 87 N. Warman avenue. 10 a. m. Funeral M. E. Church, Clermont. 10:45 a. m. Friends invited. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Open face gold watch attached to pin. with amethyst set. at Twentieth and Park. Monogram "A. K. M." Re ward If returned. 123 N. Denny. Main 0947. WILL party who picked up black French bulldog call Randolph 5326. LOST—Right-hand rear curtain of Velie car. Reward. Drexel 1761 LOST—Black and tan hound pup. Call Irvington 2160. Reward. LOST—Lower set of teeth. Randolph 1606, LODGES AND CLUBS, VERITAS LODGE NO. 608, F. & A. M. Called meeting Thursday evening. May 18 at 7 o’clock for work in the Master Mason degree. Visiting brethren welcome. W. L. RENO, W. M. E. A. LESTWICII. Secretary. PERSONALS. FAIRMOUXT MATERNITY HOSPITAL for conffnement, private; prlcea reason able; may work for board; babies adopted. ■Writ# for booklet. MRS. T B. LONG. 4911 E. Twenty-Seventh *t., Kansas City. Mo. INDIANA CHIROPRACTIC Clinic for patients at 10 a. m. and 7?>o p. m., on Monday*. Wednesdays and Fri days. New location: 962 N. Pennsylvania street. BUSINESS SEHVlcetf. i-u-u~u~U-u~ii~UT SERAMEM BROS. CB. CARPET CLEANERS ™uft Rugs made from old carpet. RAndolph 4153. 27th and Northwestern A Bath a Bay Is the Healthy Way. E. M. HARDIN CO. Merchant plumber. 3220 E. Mich. Webster 3001. EL£CTKI(jAL WHUNO Light and power. Houses a specialty Repair work given prompt attention, rea sonable. DILTS ELECTRIC. S4B FT. WAYNE. MAIN 3(33. We have cash customers for groceries, J rooming houses and other business prop erties. Fowler-Eaton, ~I City Trust. Main 6871. Painting Cash or libera! payment; paint an. labor I guaranteed. i\ B. WOSTER FAINTER AND DECORATOR. RAN. 1267. | ROOFING, fireproof, weatherproof, classy workmanship; underwriters’ guarantee; cash or payments. KARST SAFETY ROOFING CO. Webster 6658. 20<~' c OFF REGULAR PRICES on all electric wiring. Get my prices Es timates free. FOULK. Webster OSIS eve nings. HOWARD ELECTRIC CO. ~ Electric wiring I-roora cottage: com* plate. sl7, Drexel 9693. 744 Virginia arc FEATHERS bought, avid and renovated' feather mattressas and pillows madal E. F BI'KKLE Mas* Main 1428. HARDWOOD FLoOS RESURFACED OR REFINISHED; SATISFACTION GI’AR ANTEED. NEWMAN. RANDOLPH 1091. TINNERS and roofers, gutters and down spouts, fireproof and weatherproof roof ing; prices right. Stewart 2827. UPHOLSTERING. FIRST-CLASS AND TALKING MACHINE REPAIRING. HPQOKSIDE 1242. BROS., vault, sink or dry well cleaning. PAUL WEISS, 626 Cald well. or Circle 7618. FRANK W. MARTIN’" THE CLEANER RUGS. FLOORS AND WALLS. KEN- V, OOP 2681. ROOFING and tinning; new and repair work: estimates furnished. Call Ran-” doiph 9417,. HEATH'S Union Barber Shop. Warm. comfortable bath rooms. 133 W. Mar ket street. CARPENTER and repair work; cement _ and brick work; painting and plastering, wain 7749. SAFETY RAZOR BLADES Sharpened TUTTLKDQK. 301 Indiana ava. (HOE repairing while you wait.* R. Bt KENNEDY. 213 N. Illlnola Mala 2199. BUSINESS SERVICES. (Continued.) MWVWMWWMVWMWMXWiMWMMIMW CEMENT WORK. PIRST-CLAMi ESTI- MATES GIVEN. STEWART 1<39. CEMENT PAVING OP ALL BINDS CALL IRV. 1235. RUGS THOROUGHLY CLEANEth 9x12. sl.7s. LINCOLN 7443, DETECTIVES ' ~ Quigley-Hyland Agency, Ins. Suite 494 National City Bank building. Phono Main 19 t Local office Interna tional Secret Service Aeon, Seventy oSom la America and foreign eowntrloa MALE, HELP—WAITED. ~~ LABORERS. ' 32y 2 c AN HOUR 9 HOURS A DAY. REPORT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE REAR UNION STOCK YARDS. E. RAUH & SONS FERTILIZER CO. WANTED—BOYS to aurjr Time* routes In downtown die* trie- between East and WeeL Sooth and flt. C:tlr streets. Boys not over 14 yean old. See. Mr. Moorshsad any afternoon after 3 o'clock. MAN and wife, white; no children; as janitor in small trust company bldg.; salary and free room rent Including water and steam heat: stats eXparlence and references. Address A No. 2717. Tlmeß. TEN good solicitors at once; city and rural work Salary and tommlsslen. See Mr. H'.stings. circulation dept.. In diana Dally Times, after 9:20 a. m. WANTED—Married farm hands. Must bs good milkers. No others need apply. Call Beech Grove 166, ring 1. CREW • manager, experienced magaslne man; $26 week and big commission. G. B. COOKE. 218 Pythian bldg. CARPENTER wanted. Will pay s6c to 600 an hour. Inquire 224 N. Delaware. SALESMAN—WANTED. ~ SALESMEN. WHT NOT SELL FOR YOURSELF 7 An opportunity Is open In thie locality to sell the best golf ball manufactured with absolute guarantee or money refunded; direct to golf players; commission. Write ARIEL GOLF BALL COMPANY. INC.. 47 West 47th street. New York City, N, Y. INSTRUCTIONS. REMOVED to 962 N. Pennsylvania street, where wa i have every facility to give the student a thorough training In chiropractic, able to pass the state board In license states. After June 1, our course will be I years of 6 months each. If you want to become a chiropractor that can get patients and produce results, investigate our college first. Clinic for patients st 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. INDIANA CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE. Incorporated. PI AN O—bAXOPHONB In $0 lessons, tbs Christensen war. Be glnneis and advanced. CHRISTENSEN SCHOOL. 10* Pembroke Arcade. Ctr. 9034 'BEN to learn barber trade TRI-CITT BARBER’S COLLEGE. 309 B. Washing j ton st.. Indianapolis. Ind. Cl role OUT. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. ~ SALESLADY WHY NOT SELL FOR YOURSELF? An opportunity is open In this locality to sell the best golf ball manufactured with absolute guarantee or money re funded: direct to golf players; commis sion. Write ARIEL GOLF BALL COM PANY. INC.. 47 West 47th etreet. New York City, X. Y. GIRLS over 18 years of age to learn tele phone operating. INDIANA BELL TELEPHONE CO.. Room 323. corner New York and Meridian sts. WANTED —Woman for housework with husband to care for yard, garden and drive car. Belmont 064a. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE. CURTAINS to launder. MRS. LUTZ. Drexel 8W 5. HOUSES—TO LET. 4000 Block S. Meridian Eight rooms 10 acres strictly modern .except gas; two baths 40-car garage. Has steam heating plant. Four-room cottage and two large lots; electric lights. Price 316 a month. These properties either for rent or for sale. I. N. Richie & Son, 710 Bankers Trust. Main 1626. OHIO. E. 1101 ti: upper duplex, six rooms: modern; cool, large front porch. Lincoln 3807, FLATS. APARTMENTS—TO LIT. 333*6 MaBB. Ave. Two rooms. fron\ S2O; four rooms, back. S2O. State Savings and Trust Cos. Main 4518. FURNISHED 3-room ground-floor apart ment; heat, bath, gas and lights; coxy. Belmont 107$. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. TWO light housekeepmg rooms: private entrance porch; gas. llghta water; $8 week; working people or gentlemen. Wab ater 1406. MADISON ave., 1026; lovely housekeeping room, kitchenette, modern, $6.00. Pri vate entrance. Drexel 6576. FURNISHED 2-room or cottage. Belmont 1291 2 rooms. 1170 Kentucky avenue. TWO nicely furnished light housekeeping rooms; S2O month. 38 South State st. ENGLISH AVE., 1240; modern rooms for light housekeeping. Drexel 0119. ROOMS—T> O LET. PLEASANT, clean fr it room; morning and evening meals . desired; gentlemen preferred. 1441 N. >abama. Circle 4676. MICHIGAnT E.. f . Apt. 6; furnished room; gentleme* preferred. Circle 8191, evenings. LARGE airy f-ont room; private, conge nial home tor lor 2 gentlemen. Circle 3992. TWO front room suite; wilt rent single room. Widow's home north. Randolph 6906, ' CORNELL AVE.. 1216; DESIRABLE ROOMS; MODERN. MAIN 8763. RURAL, N.. 267: FURNISHED rooms! CALL W EBSTER 5461. ST. CLAIR. E.. 818; 3 unfurnished rooms; gas furnished. TWO unfurnished rooms, modern. 769 Fletcher sve. OFFICE-DESK ROOM—TO LET DESK space, outside office desk and phone furnished; reasonable. Main 1318. BUSINESS PLACES—TO LET. awwwwieeseeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeea RENT, factory or storage. 13,000 square feet and any part of building, all ground floor. Webster 0236. SUMMER COTTAGES—RESORTS. FOR RENT COTTAGE With garsge. at Lake Wawasee. Address A. F. SIGERFOOS, Elkhart. Ind., 1823 E. Jacksoir blvd. Phone L 2172. FOR REN^T—About tan summer cottagoa, furnished; rent reasonable. Call Wasb lngton 3905-1. COTTAGE for rent, near Ravfenswood; ac commodate family or club of ten peo ple. Webster 2422, FOR RENT for the season, cottage across from Broad Ripple park. Webster 3964. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. Shank Superior Service BEST FACILITIES FOB STORAGE. TRANSFER. PACKING AND SHIPPING. 227 N. New Jersey st. Main 2028. U. 113$. BRUCE KENNARD, TRANSFER. STOR age. Main 0101; Main iltl; evening. Harrison 2255. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. sa\. nit. Otto J. Suesz Packing, hauling, low rates on California shipments. Through cars to Los Angeles. Main 2353-3628. Night, Webster 0699. PARTLOW FIREPROOF STORAOB 00. Private looked rooms nnA open space. Me per montk and up. Local and over land transfer. We call and giro ym ex act prices oa any kind ot work without nay obligations 419-21 E Markot street Meta 2790. UNION STATION BAGGAGE TRANSFER MAIN 711$. WE haul you anywhere. $8 per load. KENNARD VOGEL. Belmont 3426. REAL ESTATE—FOR BALE. Payments Beautiful Bungalow, North A complete, modern five-room bungalow on boulevard, near schools, churches and Rllnols car line. Fireplace, hardwood floors and garage; sunken garden In rear. Reasonable terms Realty Finance Cos. Lin. 4405—Evenings—Ran. 6441. Today’s Best Buy South $350 Cash—Price, $3,500 An excellent five-room bungalow just completed, located near Garfield Park. Large light rooms, moet conveniently ar ranged. tastefully decorated. excellent electric fixtures Bathroom *lfh toilet In stalled; city water at. sink In kitchen; gas for cooking. Cement front porch; large ce ment basement. Plumbing and basement' arranged so that house can be made mod ern at your convenience; SB6O cash re quired. balance $81.60 per month. Price 33.500. Call Ed O'Callahan. South Side Specialist, with McCord & McKinney—Realtors. 11l Lemcke Bldg. Circle 6220. Evenings Webster SBOO. $350.00 Cash Bungalow Typ,, North Long living room, mantel, large dining room, panelled walla window eeat, nicely ar-\ ranged kitchen. glassed-'.n back porch, full basement, Rybolt furnace, beautiful lot. cement front porch, two bed rooms and bath upstairs. Realty Finance Cos. Lin. 4406. Eva., Ran. 0943. SBSO Down Modern 6-room bungalow, built only 1 year; 3 bedrooms bath, long llvtng room; buUt-ln bookcases, window seat: Ice box and kitchen cabinet. Screens and blinds. A real home. Pay ments |6O per month. Trustees System Eveninga Main 7146. Main 5557. Home Complete Seven rooms and bath, all mod ern conveniences; built less than ye*r and built for home; double garage; beautiful, large east front lot; near Joan of Arc parish. Can be bought at bargain. Dunlop & Holtegel, Realtors 132 E. Market st. Modem Home South of Creek Having living room, dining room, li brary and kitchen down: three bedroome ; and bath up; laundry room, garage, ce- ! ment porch across entire front; eaet front; I lot 40x140: street and allay paved, plenty ' of shrubbery and large shade trees, a j good buy at $6,000; SIOOO cash required, i Call •w Meredith & Johnson Main 2191, Webster 7968, Modern English Cottages Schumann Ave., Near 18th SL These are especially attractive homes, consisting of 4 rooms and bath and being completely equipped to the last detail. They must be seen to be appreciated. Only S4OO cash re quired. Balance like rent. Tibbs-Bose Realty Cos. SO4 American Central Life bldg. * Circle 0436. Near Johnson Woods Thoroughly modern 4 bedrooms, house well built and In good re pair; large garage. Owner must sell. See ts for particulars. Dunlop & Holtegel, Realtors 133 E. Market st. / South Side Double Oa payments Four room* each side, newly painted and decorated. Rent, $34 per month. Price only $2,600; S3OO cash, balance $26 per months* . George F. Coultts 411 Lemcke Bldg. Main 1115. Rea phone Wash. 1235. 1109 Roache St. Excellent storeroom, with 4 llvtng rooms In rear. Bargain at $3,200. Only S6OO down, or will exchange for double. See Mr. Halls today, with J. G. McCullough, 106 N. Delaware. Main 1710. SMALL COTTAGE Semi-Modern, Southeast with electric lights, city water, gas, ce ment porch, close to school. Margaret Berry, IC Public Savings bldg. Main 6117. Drexel 4254. 6-Room Close in, West Newly painted and decorated; electric lights, driven well; price, $1,650, 'small cash payment down, balance easy terms. •See Mr. Mclntire, I. N. Richie & Son, 710 Bankers Trust. Main 0620. South Side Cottage' Five rooms, electric lights, gas, rood shape. Price $2,600; $250 cash, balance easy terms. George F. Coultis, 431 Lemcke Bldg. Main 3115. Res. phone Wash. 1285. South Side Six-room cottage, gas, electric lights, city water and cistern; full size lot; good repair; 807 Bradshaw street, near Vir ginia aveflue, $2,250; small cash payment, or will take Ford touring car as firs', pay ment. SEE RYAN. SECURITY TRUST CO. Main 1804. Evenings, Harrison 2562. Two Good Homes, East One seven rooms, modern, and one six rooms, modem; on paved streets. Can be had on terms. Call Mr. Andersen, with I. N. Richie & Son, Main 0520. 710 and 712 Bankers Trust. bungalow Beech Grove S6OO cash, $35 month, buys seven-room modern; garage; Seventh avenue; price, $4,000. Elmore Bros. 168 E. Market, Room 802. Circle 7662. 5-Room Side Double North Gladstone near Michigan car line; good condition, semi-modem Renting at SSO per month, $4,500; S6OO cash. J. C. PRICE CO., REALTORS. Main 1232 or Randolph 6724, Good Little 5-Room Home Southwest, for $1,800; about half cash. Call Mr. Anderson, with I. N. Richie & Son. Main 6526. 10 and 12 Bankers Trust, SIX-ROOM semi-modern. Park Crest ad dition. Cash or terms, Drexel 1360. INDIANA DAiLY TIMES EVERETT TRUE. Rw HONDO. [7^-^efojs &t-are.x’ouft. Business! ' ! - CCT MS’ SWTS A Ua TmfcAC LAH |N PHYSICS, , (vHsnj OMR i— MSH'CfcS TO MOVS O&J&CC fo/HICH . is at Rs-sr stxT-icieAjT 'Powe.R j APPUSP TO IT TO OV<££- N 1 ’" THAT LAW HOLL>S LwO tiunrM p<ssfecT to ofwcc, ■DOOfa- (js(*T Ope-M (uHICH THE . ID UAL- t=( MT3S CC.OSCD L. ILA-AO A A „ REAL ESTATE^— FOR SALE. (Continued.* 2302 Morgan Five-room bungalow; electrto lights, well, garage, full lot. Price $1,800; $260 down, sls per month. Call Trueblood. RELIABLE REALTY CO. Main 0186. Evenings, Irvington 4111. 2413 .Wheeler Street BRIGHTWOOD. Four large rooms, electricity, well, full lot. Price $1,760; $250 cash. sls per mo. Call Trueblood. RELIABLE REALTY CO. Main 0186. Evenings. Irvington 4213 FIVE-ROOM semi-modern. 1226 Villa ye., easy terms: 1445 Fletcher ave., 7 rooms and bath. 3 bedrooms, nice basement. $3.- 400, easy tsrms; 4-room modern full base ment; beautiful front porch, long living room, terms; 7 rooms, modern. 3 bed rooms. cement front and bach p ireh. east; a dandy home; modern and semi-modern. Doubles and vacant lota east. Cash and terms, C. J. OSBURN. Drexel 6!R A SOUTH” BIDE business proposition. Owner leaving city. Six-room dwelling and store combined. Near large factory. Quick sale. Seen only by appointment. J. COBB. Drexel 1439. LEAVING city, must 9*ll my modern horns on Guilford, lust north of boule vard, and also three fine lots In Irving ton. Low price for quick turn. Main 0143. , BTRICTLY modern Woodruff Place home; nine room,, garage: lot 80x170; $2,000 cash, balance monthly, THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. WELL-LOCATED, strictly modern six room home; paved etreet; term*. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. Main 0107. STRICTLY modern, well-located six room home; paved street; terms. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. Main 0107. BUILDING or repair work by contract. 10-room double for sal,. 763 Roache. Randolph 9580. __ 1 LIST your east side rentals with the GUI Realty Cos., 2440 EX Washington st. Webster OlOJb t BEAUTIFUL five-room California bunga i low near Garfield Park. EVERROAO. Drexel 3250. ________ DANDY ffvg-room modern bungalow. Let me show you this; $4,760. KVERROAD. Drexel $250. ‘ COMMERCE ave., new 5-room bungalow . never occupied; SI,OOO caah, Terms. Main 2871. • ; FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW. South; sCml-modern. Terms. Main $771. LIST your real estate with ELMORE BROS. REALTY CO. Circle 7962. FOR bargain* In houses, lots, etc., call MR. WRIGHT. Irvlngton 0291. BEST location north; eight rooms; strict ly modern; term*. Main 0107. ~REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN. Vacant 5-Room Bungalow Electric lights. Inside toilet. 114 acres ground. For quick sale $3,260. One square from Beech Grove car line. Small cash payment down, balance easy term* gee Mr. Mclntcer. I. N. Ritchij & Son TIP Bankers Trust. Main 0520. 2Vz Acres IK MILES eaet of Irvington and H mile south of National road $1250; $25 cash sl6 monthly. Call Webster 5774 evenings or Cooper & Hadley SBB Lemcke Bidg. Maln 2776. Attractive New Suburban Home north. Will trade for city property. Owner. Main 0186. Evenings, Drexel 1493. Suburban New 5-room bungalow, garage and nearly half acre ground north, 33.160. Terms or will trade for city property. Owner. ' Main 01S6. Evenings, Drexel 1493, ONE and one-half acres of ground, three room house, well, two sheds, chicken spot; one and one-half miles east of Irv ingon on Brookville road, $1,900; '3600 down. CHAS. CLARK. Irvington 2504-8. LOTS—FOR BALE. Irvington Lots Irvington Terrace addition la In the east side of #vlngton north side East Washington st. Begins next street east of Sheri dan ave., the end of the Irving ton car line. We are selling lots on Kenyon, the third street east. Price |760. Payments. W. H. Cooper & Cos. 838 Lemcke. Beautiful Lot North Bargain. Would consider player piano as part payment. Address A No. 1089, Times. PARK avenue. 61%x162, S6OO cash or S6OO payments. J. O. COTTINOHAM. 809 Odd Fellow Bldg. Waeh. 1820. Main 38TH AND SHERMAN DRIVE. NORTH WEST CORNER, 1 ACRE. OWNER. CIRCLE 4344. LAROE lots on south side, 3800 and up. J. W. COBBS. Drexel 1889. REAL E9TATE—SALE OR TRAPg. OPPORTUNITIES What Have You Qot to Trade? We have income property and farms in any part of the country, which we can matoh on any you may have from any amount, SI,OOO to 81.000,000. For Information Inquire ZION REALTY CO., 26 W. Fifteenth. Phenes 4388. Gary, Indiana. FARMS—FOR SALE. CHOICE 80 acres clear farm. 14 miles southwest Indianapolis; owner. Main 4892. FARMS—FOR sale OR TRADE. FOR EXCHANGE. Illinois highly improved 354- acre black prairie form to ex change; clear, for merchandise or apartment. All level, tile drained; eight-room brick house with < basement; five-room tenant houae; two barns; tool ,he<ls and other buildings; two miles of station on Chicago & Alton roadr large orchard; over 230 pear and apple trees, Price S2OO per acre. See LEAVITT LAND CO., Indi anapolis, Ind. 1 ' REALE'sfA TE—WANTED^ Cash Bonus We will pay a cash bonus for each and every day over 20 daya that a piece of property on which we accept a Rating remains un told. We are sold outl If you want action, and your price la right, call u*. Realty Finance Cos. 10* National City Bank, blrtar. lsfn. 405—Sunday—Kan. 094 5. FOR SALE OR TRa3e—Equity in SB6O Wegman player piano. Would consider lot or Hopond-handrtd auto. Call at 419 North Noble, or Circle 0616 SMALL houae a few miles out: part cash. Write C. MINERS Qta 41, Ft. Harrlaon. ~ BUSIN ESS O PPO R TUN iTIES. FOR SALE or trade, a stock of general merchandise; invoice S4OO. Address Box 8, Quincy, Ind. 3ale. Automobiles Wanted Can Use Packards, Cadillacs, Mar mons, Pierces, Arrows, Stutzes, Buicks, Oldsmo* biles. Mercers. Paiges. • Will Pay High Price What Have You for Sale? Pioneer Motor Sales Company Investigate Our Weekly Payment Plan Ford touring $45 down $1.35 week Ford touring 50 down 2.50 week Ford delivery car.... 50 down 2.60 week Chevrolet touring 60 down 800 week Ford speedster 75 down S.OO week Interstate touring.... 75 down 8.00 week Mercantile Garage 125 S. Penn. Main 6830. Roamer Good tires, fine running condition, sum mer top and Inclosed top; price 3800; easy payments. Pilot Motor Car Cos. 1110 N. Meridian. Circle 4081. FORD BODIES Three special speedsters. Very reason able. Exchange your used body for a new one. Swisshelm & Parker, DODGE BROTHERS naser care; a good assortment at all times. EJj. WALLgm CH 344 North Me-ldlan. Clrole 4300. FORD^COUPE Good condition. Very reasonable; cash or terms. Swisshelm & Parker, Maxwell roadster; excellent moohanlcal condition; practically new tires; 375 down. 619 N. Illinois street. Dodge TRUCKS. OAKLANDS, OVERLANDS, FORDS. BRISCOES AND OTHERS. MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS. 618 N. CAPITOL. OPEN EVENINGS. CHEVROLET 41?0' driven only 6,000 miles; also Premier roadster with four almost new cord tires. A real-for-sure bargain. Main 0843. PAIGE, light 4-cyl:nder touring; the big gest bargain In Indiana at 3295. Better hurry for this one. 220 S. Pennsylvania. Mal n 1705, FORD, 1917 touring, A-l shape; 360 down, balance one year. WIDES & MILLER, 644 E. Washington. Main 8493. FORD, 1917 touring, A-i shape; 350 down, balance one year. WIDES & MILLER, 644 E. Washington. Main 3493, USED cars, always a bargain, sale or ex change for any car. 516 N. East. Main 6735, FORD, 1918 chassis; good shape; bargain. WIDES & MILLER. 644 E. Washington. Main 8493. USED cars, always a bargain, sale or ex chrnge for any car. 515 N. East. Main 6735, MAXWELL, 1917 road; fine shape; sale or trade for good furniture. Circle 6847. MARMON chummy roadster; like MW. 51S N. Indianapolis. . • Buick Six DODOES, OAKLANDS. OVERLANDS, FORDS, BRISCOES AND OTHERS. MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS. 518 27. CAPITOL. OPEN EVENINGS. TRUCKS—FOR SALE. THREE TON TRAFFIC TRUCK New. Pneumatlo cord tires; enclosed cab, steel panel stake body, six fset high. Tarpaulin bows. Removable side panels. Rear gate hinged and mounted for plat form loading. Especially adapted for moving or light delivery business. Deliv ered. price $2,626. Easy payments. Pilot Motor Cos. AUTOMOBILES—^WANTED. ineeeeeeseee^eeaseeeeeeeeeeeeeew AUTOS WANTED WE PAY CASH. NO DELAY. I. Wolff Auto Cos. Junk Cars Wanted Will pay best caah price for your junk, wrecked or burned car. Call us snd leave your address. DREXEL 1238 Autos Wanted Cash for any car. See us. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO FARTS AND TIRE CO. WE NEED THE CARS AND MEAN BUSINESS If you want to sell your car bring title and car. We deal quick and pay cash. WEISSMAN 212-14 E. New York SL Main 4443. AUTO REPAIRS AND BUPPLIE3. aseseseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewWN COLVIN BATTKkY COMPANY Recharge, 6-Volt, 60c; 12-Volt, 76c. New Battery, Guaranteed Two Yeara, 611, 814.60; 613, $16.60; 127, $22.50. 11l S. MARYLAND ST. CIRCLE 1170. "FITTED TO ANY CAR FREE.” If It Is a good used TIRE you want, the chances are that we have them any slxe, $2. ROGERS 1115 W.® Washington. Belmont 4160. BRING your battery troubles to ta Wo are experte-4n this work xadotgfvrloM are rlgat; 6 volt recharge 58c; rebuild complete $6.66; 11 volt reoharge Tie; ro bulla cotnplete SIO.OO. SOUTH SIDE BATTERY CHOP. ELCAR SERVICE Let us look your ear over every thirty days. It may save you money. CLARK <t ROSEMEYER. 1012 Park. Circle 4712. Night, Circle 2437. AUTO WASHING Our specialty. 114 North Illlnola 8 & S Auto Laundry TIRES, all slses. $4 and up. Rebuilt cas ings with NEW TREADS. We also rr tslr or retread your tires. ANDERSON TEAM VULVANIZER CO. <ll North Capitol. Id floor. C. BELT for first-class Job of repalrnlg; everything done by contract. Be sure and get our prlcea 220 S. Pennsylvania. Main 1705. MURAT TIRE AND RUBBER CO. Intsl ligent service. Tires snd batterlea Mala 6555. 109 E. New York street. Auto'Tops and .Painting >8 Kentucky At, AND BICYCLES. SSessessesesseseseMses seswvwvM. Now l, th, time to have youi motorcycle overhauled and re-enameled. ERNEST HUGHES CO. 914-14 Maea Ava Main 6404. CASH paid £c r all kinds of motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN. 599 Maea ava Main 7029. . MISCELLANEOUS— FoITsALE. , Typewriter Bargains ' NO. 3, NO. 4 and NO. 6 UNDERWOODS FOR THIS WEEK ONLY $56.00. EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED. CLEANED OVERHAULED AND IN FINE CONDITION AND GUARANTEED. ALSO BARGAINS IN OTHER MAKES OF MACII INKS. LARGE AND SMALL. AT LOWER PRICES. 13 WEST MARKET ST.. 7 T PST.\IRS. PHONE MAIN 268. Clark Typewriter Shop Mb Wnlk two squares and (Bk /I \ Ravft " d°M ar on your fl\ f I 1 trousers nt 111 ||The Pants Store|| Jl% 2 Stores Full of Pants M A BEAUTIFUL two-story modern frame house to bo moved at once. 621 North Noble st., and all kinds of building mats rlal to be sold at sacrifice price. Inquire for MR MILLER. INVALID CHall<—Good, strong rubber tired chairs for rent, $1.19 per mouth. Crutches, 26c. Delivery frea BAKER BROS. MAKE your old coat lock like new suit by matching a pair trousers with the CORRECT PANTS MAKERS CO. 104V4_W Ohio Bt. 1 BABY earrings, beautiful, midnight blue and old Ivory? like new, $12.60; also oriole basket. Circle 7090, A BARGAIN In t Sasy vacuum and 1 Gatn-a-Day electrto washers soiled. 34 South Meridian etreet. Singer sewing machine, S2O. Cir cle 4834. A NUMBER of used electrto washers, sl6 and up. $4 South Meridian street. FOR BALE—Unfilled cemetery basket. Main 0957 from 3 a. m. to 5 p. m. ONE step radio set cheap. Circle 3992. mTscellaneouß—to let. keee^vwwwvw^eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeai HOOVER CLEANER. 760 PER DAT. RAXPOI.PH 6690, CONCRETE MIXERS FOR RENT. Circle 6665. Ml SCELLAN EOUS—WANT! D. GOOD, SOUND YELLOW EAR CORN WANTED AT THE STOCK YARDS Wanted— Baby carriage, stroller or Oriole, regardless of condition. Circle 7090. WANTED—Lady's diamond ring; perfect stone; between 1 and 2 karats. Private party. MR. RILEY, New Colonial Hotel. HOUSEHOuTGOODS—FOR SALE. Rugs—Linoleum 20 yards Santtex floor covering, $9.88; 9x12 seamless Brussels tapestry, $12.60; 9x12 16.60 guaranteed Gold Seal Congol eum rugs, 9x13 314. 6x9 31.30; rug bor ders. 24 Inches wide, 30c per yard, 36 Inches wide. 54c per yard; Brussels, Ax mlnsters. vslvets and Wilton rugs at low est prices. Dorfman Rug Cos. The Exclusive Rug Store. Lincoln 5760. 207 West Washington BEDB&GS, roaches, moths, ants, destroyed with one application of "Sudden Death.'* A LBERT_ MAAS. 31 Vlr. ave. Main 1226. GOOD quarter-sawed oak mantel with mirror, 2 chandeliers. Washington 4883. MAHOGANY rocker.'oak hat rack and oak library table. Randolph 1936. HAWKINS furnace; excellent heater; one half price. Brookslde 7108. ON oak porch swing child’s desk and hot plate atowa. Randolph 8301. MUSICAL—9ALE OR WANTED. PIANOS TUNED and repaired; all work guaranteed. ROBERTSON MUSIC HOUSE. 428 Massachusetts ave. Main 4531. ONE large Edison phonograph; 70 rec ords, Drexel 8603. 2422 English ave. PLAYER PIANO—WiII take cheap lot; balance ‘paymentg. Randolph 4221. COAL AND WOOD—FOR BALeT~~* Best Ind. or Unton No. 4 clsan fk... 16.00 Best Ind. mine run, 60% lump 35.00 Best Brazil block, large, clean fk....|7.00 Kindling with each ton. UNION ICE AND COAL CO. Drexel 3280. St. 2821. COAL L. H. BAIN COAL CO. Main 8581. 212 N. Fine. Main >lßl. UVE STOCK AftP VEHICLES. FOR SALE—Horse, spring wagon and har ness. Just 9h( thing for junk man or light delivery Whole outfit for S9O MoCOY A GARTEN. 618 South Senate. DOGS, POULTRY, PIGEONS, ETC. wsseeaeeiwvwvwwieeeeeeewvMvww BABY chicks $1.60 per dozen; hens and chicks; sitting hens, frys, rabbits Bel mont 4069. MAC KIN ER Y AND TOOLB. ~ ATTENTION, FARMERS AND ROAD CONTRACTORS. We have 23 General Ordnance Tractors, 14-2$ horse-power, In warehouse here. These are new tractors Snd the list price is $1,485 f. o. b. Cedar Rapids, lowa. We are going to olose these out at S6OO each, while they last. Y'ou will have to hurry. Call or write for appointments. CLARK & ROSEMEYER, 1012 Park avenue, Indianapolis. Circle 4732. Circle 2487. LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE TO Department of Public Parks, Office of the Board. Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Park Commissioners of the city of Indi anapolis, Indiana, that sealed proposals will be received by It at tt office until 3 o'clock p. m.. on Thursday, June 1. 1922, for the following described public Im provement In the city of Indianapolis, as authorised by Improvement Resolution No. 6, 1922, authorizing the resurfacing of Capitol avenue from the south *llne of the first alley north of Sixteenth street to a point qne hundred and eleven (111) feet north of the south property line of Fall Creek Parkway, south drive, including the wings of t'is Intersecting streets and alleys, except the Twenty-First street intersec tion. By removing from the present macadam roadway, from curb lino to curb line, to a uniform width of forty (40) feet and wings of intersecting streets and alleys all old road oil deposits; scarifying same to a depth of not less than one (1) inch and not more than three (3) inches; grading, reshaping and rolling same to conform to proper grade and cross section; paving roadway from curb line to curb line to a uniform width of forty (40) feet with Kentucky Rock asphalt. Emulsified as phaltic concrete or Bituminous concrete, to a depth of one and one-half (154) Inches after compression at the crown and a depth of two (2) inches after compres sion at the curb line; paving the wings of intersecting streets and alleys In a similar manner and to widths shown on the plan; providing stratified limestone curb and marginal stone, where the same is missing, broken or damaged; resetting curb, gutter and piargin&l stone where the same is not to proper grade and alignment; and extend ing all water, gas, sewer and all other private service connections to Inside of curb line, where not already In; all In ac cordance with the profile, details, draw* lng and specifications on file In the office of the Board of Park Commissioners of said city. All work done In making of said de scribed public Improvement shall be In accordance with the terms and conditions of said Improvement resolution and the general and detail plans, profiles, drawings and specifications which are on file and may be seen in the office of said Board of Park Commissioners of the city of Indi anapolis. The Board of Park Commissioners re serves the right to reject any or all bids. CHARLES A. BOOKWALTER, FRED CLINE. ALBERT MAGUIRE, SARAH E. SHANK. Board of Park Commissioners of the city ot Indianapolis. _ NOTICE. The undersigned, administrator with the will annexed of the last will and testa ment of Bridget Burke, deceased, hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Marlon Probate Court of Marion County. Indiana, he will, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. of the Ist day of June. 1922, at his office. 603-605 State Life building. In the city of Indianapolis. In diana. and from* day to day thereafter until sold, offer for .-ale. at private sale, all the title and Interest ol said decedent In and to the following .eal -state: . Lot forty-threa m McChesntqr's subdivision of part of outiot one hundred fifty (150) in the city of Indianapolis. Ma rion County. Indiana. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of eald court for not less than the full appraised value of said real es tate and upon the following terms and conditions: At least one-third of the pur chase money cash In hand, the balance In ! two equal Installments, payable in not to exceed nine and eighteen months, evl -1 denced by note of purchaser, bearing 6 per cent Interest from date, waiving re- I lief, providing for attorney's fees, and se- I cured by mortgage on the real estate sold. Or said real estate may bo sold all tor cash. Said real estate will be sold free from taxes for 1921 payable in 1922. THOMAS D. McGEE. Administrator with the will annexed of the last will and testament of Bridget Burke, deceased. 608-6 State Life building. Indianapolis. NOTICE. To the taxpayers of Warren and Franklin Township. Marlon County. State of In diana: Notice Is hereby given to the taxpayers of Warren and Franklin Townships of Ma rlon County, in the State of Indiana, that the board of commissioners of said county ha# determined upon and duly authorized the Issuance of bonds In the total prin clpal sufn of $43,000, bearing Interest at the rate of 4Vj per cent per annum to provide the funds to pay for the construc tion of a highway on between said townehlp on petition of H. A. Leary, et al. Given by order of said board of com missioners this 16th day of May. 1922. LEO K. FESLER, Auditor of Marlon County. Indlana.- NOT ICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY EXECUTOR. George H. Chatman, executor of the last will and testament of Elizabeth Cover, deceased, hereby- gives notice by virtue of an order of the Marlon Probate Court, that he will el the hour of 9 o'clock a. m.. of the 16th day of June, 1922, at No. 1227 West Nineteenth street. Indianapolis, In diana, and from day to day thereafter, offer to sals at private Bale until sold, all the Interest of said decedent In and to the following deecrlbed real eetate: Lot No. 34 In Marlon Park addition to the city of Indianapolis. Said sale 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 condition of cash only. JOHN DE MARCO. Attorney for Executor. FORD, 1917 touring, $140; S6O down, bal ance twelve months. Many other bar gain* WEISSMAN'S, 212-214 E. New York st. Main 4446. USED cars, always a bargain. Sale or trade for any make car. WIDES & MILLER. 644 k Washington. Call Main 3493. FINANCIAL. HilElff A SIOO-S2OO-S3OO Investigate our easy-to-pay Twenty-Payment Plan Loans. Get 850, pay back $2.60 a month. “ 3100. “ 35.00 “ ,Wlth interest at 3%% per month. You pay only for the actual time loan runs. Interest Is charged only on the actual amount of cash still outstanding. Come in and get free booklet. "The Twenty Payment Plan," which describes everything fully. All business confidential. We Loan on Furniture, Pianos, Vlctrolas, etc., without removal. Also on Diamonds for long or short time. Call, phone or write Indiana Collateral Loan Cos. (Bonded Lenders.) ESTABLISHED 1887. 201 LOMBARD BUILDING. 24% EAST WASHINGTON ST. Main 8286. \ CONFIDENTIAL Quick^Loans UP TO 3300 On pianos, vlctrolas, household fur niture and guaranteed notes. Loans payable in 8 to 20 monthly Instal ments. Legal charges based on un paid balance for actual time used. Loans with other companies paid off and more money advanced. Hours 9 t* 6:80. Saturdays to 1 p. m. Call, write or phons Circle 1-6-6-9. Beneficial Loan Society 801 National City Bank bldg. loans On furniture, pianos, autos, lies stock, farm implements and other collateral. CAPITOL LOAN CO. 141% E. Washington St. Main 0816. Auto Uncoln 7114. WE MAKE first and second mortgages on improved farms and Indianapolis real estate. ▲ETNA MORTGAGE AND INVEST’T. CO. 808 Fidelity Trust bldg: MONEY f mulshed on realty mortgages and contracts. FRANK K. SAWYER. Meridian Life Bldg. 807 North Pennsyl vania street. Circle 1081. FINANCIAL. (Continued.) 7u CaN BORROW MONEY SO CHEAP and on such easy terms of repayment from the Fidelity Loan Company, a li censed and bonded firm, for use in paying overdue bl’U or to buy the things yon need for CaSH at BARGAIN PRICES that every one should take advantage of our service. LOANS ON FURNITURE $20.00 to $300.00 at legal rates, on short notice and without publicity. We give you all the time you want to repay a loan and only charge for the actual time you have the money. Fair, isn’t it 7 You Can Afford to Borrow On $ 40 pay $2 a month and interest On $ 60 pay $3 a month and interut On SIOO pay $5 a month and Interest PAY MORE ANY TIME AND REDUCB THE COST IN YOUR BEHALF We are on the Job eight hours a day, and through personal contact and personal service, plus a deep personal we can serve you and your friends as you wish to be served. In these unusual times nusiness friendships, close relations, mu tual understandings and co-operation ara real assets to all of Da. We are ready to go th rep-fourths of the way. Now it is “"fidelity LOAN CO. 106 E. Market St. ' Room 632 Lemdke Bldg. Main 1978. Lincoln 7781. FIRST and second mortgages on Indian* and Indianapolis real estate. R. B. WIL SON. 1101 National City Bank bldg. Lin coin 6104. MONEY to loan on seaond mortgages. L. B. MILLER. 137 N. Delaware st Main im JEWETT TAKES DOUBLE SHOOT (Continued from Pago 10.) the difference between his imitation "caw” and the real thing. Stump, who wasn’t having much luck breaking the birds bad a rude shock when somebody came np and told him he had the wrong gun. He lind shot at twenty-five targets with out discovering he had unlntentonal ly borrowed a gun. "It wasn’t the gun, anyway,” said Stump. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. King of Wlnon*. Minn., noted trap shooters, were on hand. Mrs. King was the only woman entered in the meet but she upheld her sex In splendid fashion. She broke 148 out of 150 and won the Class B division from a big field of men. Mr. King also got 140 birds, but it was not enough to place him in the Class A division. H. Kcnnlcott was in great form In th doubles and got forty-eight out of his twenty-five pairs, it was splendid shoot ing. As he is an ont-of-the-State shoot er his score did not count in the Stata doubles championship. It is reported that Seth Klein lost flvo. pounds in weight yesterday getting the* squads up to the traps and helping keep track of the score sheets. Ford also was on the job from early until lata k -eping things moving straight. And be sides all the worry of the meet the afore said gentlemen more than held their own at the traps. Two Indianapolis shooters led In the total scores of the Indiana dele gation yesterday. Ford totaled 189 for high honors and Edmonson warn next with 186. There were eighty entries In the 150 single targets class shoot. Class A shoot ers are those with an average over 93 per cent; Class R, SS per cent and under 03 per cei 1 '; class C. S3 i>r cent and under SS 1 :r cent, and Class D, below S3 per cent Frank Hughes of Mobridge, S. D.. and Chicago, nationally known trapshooter, furnished th* best shooting of the day Tuesday with an unfinished run of 193 targets. After a poor start he ran 118 in the 150-target event and then in the shoo'.-ofl' for second place broke seventy five straight to take the runner-up po sit kin from George Jenny of Highland 111. Art Risser of Paris, 111., who totes around an average of morb than 97 per cent, got 145 birds in the 150 target event and forty in the doubles. There are eleven, entries In the State two-uian team'race. Total targets count. Harry C. Stufz and G. 11. Ford, on one of the Indianapolis teams, were In first place yesterday with a total of 289 targets. I Independent Baseball The I. O. O. S. baseball team will play the Maroons at Riverside No. 1 Sunday at 1 :S0 o’clock. Any team holding a per mit for the second period Sunday is re quested to call Belmont 3757 anil ask for Art. The I. O. O. S. has an open dale for May 2S. A game Is wanted with some State team. Clermont, Camby, New Palestine, Centerton and Maxwell taka notice. Address YY. A. Woodtteld, 333 Koehne strefet. The Baron A. C. wants games In tha 15-lti-year-old class. Call Drexel 6351 and ask for baseball' manager. Imperials take notice. CICERO. Ind., May 17.—The Cicero Athletics defeated the Lapel team on tha latter’s grounds, 3 to Cicero want* games with the best State teams. For games write William Pontius. Clcaro. Ind. Tha Keystones defeated tha Christa* mores, 13 to 0. Next Sunday tha Key stones play the Gr.eat Easterns on tha Keystone grounds. The Keystones have 2S open and would like to hear from some fast team for this date. West Parks, Fernilales, or South Side Curner* preferred. Address W. J. Schiih, IS2B Barth avenue. The Ferndale Triangles are organizing a fast 18-year-old baseball team. There will be a meeting tonight at Ferndale hall at 7:30. For games call Belmont 0097. There Is a letter at the Times sport desk for Pat Lucid. The Marion Ramblers will meet to night at S3!) Broadway at 7:30 o'clock. For games with the Ramblers write Hu bert Dierdorf, at above address. The Reos will hold a meeting Friday night at ,8 o’clock at 715 South Delaware street. All players are requested to be present. The Reos desire games with the best State clubs. Muncle, Conners vllle, Seymour. Bedford. Crawfordsville, Greenfield and Moorcsvllle take notice. For games address , the above number. The Indianapolis Walkovers desire g game for Sunday. For games address Albert Farb. 1230 East Ohio street or call Circle 4595 and ask for Al. The fol lowing teams take notice: Centertoa, Castleton, Maywood, Brooklyn and Para gon. The Indiana Travelers will hold a meeting Thursday night at 13S West Washington street at 8 o’clock. All play ers are requested to be present. The Jones Transfer team is reorganis ing under the management of B. T. Jones. There will be a meeting tonight at 2531 East Tenth street. Players de siring try-outs should call Webster 15S0 after 5:30 p. m. Games are wanted with Mooiesvllle, West Newton. Castleton, Cen terton. Acton, Five Points, Camby and Franklin. The Maywood Grays will play at Zlons vllle Sunday. All players are requested to report at the poolrooom not later than 11 o’clock. For games call Belmont 0442 or write William Burke, 1342 Reis ner street. 1 The Indianapolis Stars, a fast colored team. Is without a game for Sunday. The Stars won twenty-two out of twenty eight games last Season and have won four out of 6 this year. Lebanon, Clay City and Spencer are requested to call Kenwood 1713 or address William Thomas, 857 Edgemont avenue. Jewell's A- B. C.s defeated Blcknell by a score of 8 to 4. Drew allowed only four hits. The Jewells go to Champaign, 111., next Sunday and expect to bring heme the bacon., | 11