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By SOI. METZGEB. " Visualize your Rolf shots, get & clear , Inental picture Of them before trying t to Improve your game. Otherwise ,. progress is slow. That's) why I've •i sketched the clubhead's action on both » pitch ftnd ruh-up shots. Too many « players try to '-'-v therfi almost alike. * Hagen gave rm '* idea. * A» you cari h^e, in the run-up the 4 tlubhead meets the ball at the lowest 'point of the arc of the swing and 3 picks It clear from the turf. The , pitch is dfferent. Here the clubhead t meets the ball as It is descending and i before reaching the lowest point of the t Arc of its swing. Hence the divot fol- i lowing contact with the ball. a * A new illustrated leaflet on "Long * Iron Shots" has been prepares by Sol * Metzger. Write for it. Address Sol ^* Metzger, In care of this paper, iand en- s close a self-addressed, stamped en, Telope. , (Copyright, 1930, Publishers Syndicate.) > INDIANS WIN IN TENTH. 1 BOSTON, May 5.—Licked 7 to 2 go* Ing into the .ninth the Cleveland In- t dians scored 5 runs to deadlock the ,, game and the winning run came in the , tenth Boston bowing 8-7 yesterday. L. »Sewell started the ninjih inning rally * and his hit scored the win in the tenth, * Score: R. H. E. ' Cleveland 000 Oil 005 1—8 14 1 * Boston ........ ^ 300 020 020 0—7 14 3 » Batteries: Harder, Brown, Holloway i and L. Sewell. MacFayden, Morris * And Heving. DID Y OU KNOW THAT— ~ Primo Camera's appetite is said to be the biggest on record . . . but let us not forget Luis Angel Firpo . . . one September afternoon, Luis took on a platter of spaghetti, an extra thick tenderloin steak with mushrooms, .potatoes and vegetables, a quart of ice cream and half of a cocoanut cake ... all he did that same evening was to knock Jack Dempsey into the press box. . , . When Gene Tunney was in training he used to drink three quarts of milk a day . . . they say that "in his heyday L'il Artha Johnson used "to chew up three or four whole chick* ens at a meal . . . and Gerge Godfrey . can eat a lot more chickens than that „ . . . . one of Dempsey's favorite dishes » is pigs' knuckles and sauer kraut, and t how he can destroy it ! ... and they » say that Kid Broad used to order beef »stew for dessert. » TO BOWL WEDNESDAY. I The third and final bowling match , In the series between the Y. M. A. « and K. of C. bowlers will be staged »on the Y. M. A. alleys on Wednesday «evening at 8 o'clock and the winnat * will become the first owner of the * handsome trophy cup. Casey's won "the first match by 44 pins and.5' M. * A. the.second by 15 .pins, and Y/. M. A. * now has 'a lead of 119 pinsj "Which the „ Casey's must overcome rto challenge t for the cup. Followers of both teams _« s-*re-invK,ed to the ijra>tch. OOP FELdtmS MEET. The Odd FjfoviB baseball team, "representing tm B. S. Davis lodge will .hold a drill this evening at 5.30V>'clock ,on the Icehouse plant field. Lop '-Robinson is the latest addition to the squad and he will coach and play. wJerry Brown is the hustling bat boy ••f the team. ' * CHECKER CHAMP VISITS. JJ Newell W. Banks 'of Detroit, checker ^champion and frequent local visitor, %-wlll be at the Juniata Y. M. C. A. nthis evening at 8 o'clock to take on Hall comers. He will play a dozen or ••more checker players simultaneously "and a large turnout of players is de- >ired. ' £ STEEPLECHASE WINNER. * WARWICK, Eng.—A. C. Bostwick, JPthe American sportsman and racehorse owner who spends every winter "In England • bunting, took part in the. .Jfirst steeplechase race for amateurs J>ere recently. He finished 'second. •* FATHER, SON, COACH. * PROVIDENCE, R. I.—J. D. E. •Hones and Arnold Jones of this city, ^national father and son tennis clmm- i>ions, are co-coaches of the Brown university varsity and freshmen tennis jteams. * *» TWoVott CUL.LINAN. ^ LIVERPOOLr-Tom Cullinan, who %pde Shaun Gpilin to victory in the "[Grand National, completed a fine J'double" by winning the Liverpool cup on Kakushin the following • MEN LEAGUE HEAD. LINCOLN, Neb., May 5.—Charles Moon became president of the Nebraska State baseball league, succedd- ing James E. Beltzer, who is ill. Moon formerly, was business manager of the Western league. TO SEE DERBY A* UiUrokted vpectutur at the Keutucky Derby this will tie Kdward George bUmley, itbwve, the »evcn- JS«r! ot Derby, for wbot>e fM0Uy tbe Enjclinb and U»rf . «l»»*Ic» were Derby 1» uuv ol tbe tMinth OLDTIMERS IN MAJOR PtAV Philadelphia hag n corner on the pitching patriarchs, so It seems, With Jack Qnlnn, 44-year-old Athletic*' star, and Orover Alexander, 48, now of the Phils, ready to begin another season of mound work. The two old "youngsters" were photographed together when the annual spring series betWfeen the two clubs began recently In Philadelphia, qnlnn Is on the left. ON U. S. TEAM. -Kecently appointed to America's WIghtman Cup tennis team to compete against the stars of Great Britain, Miss Mary Oreef, above, has begun intensive preparation for the event. Miss Greef is a University of Southern California co-ed. ATHLETICS COP AGAIN. DETROIT, May 5.—Scoring 3 runs n the seventh the Athletics broke a to score and easily licked the Detroit Tigers yesterday 7 to 1. Haas hit a riple in the seventh with the bases ull. Shores got his first win of the season. Lineups: Philadelphia— AB. R. H. 0. A. E. Bishop, 2b 3 2 1 3 80 Haas, cf 5 2 2 1 0 0 Schang, C 400110 Harris, If 402100 Foxx, Ib 5 1 2 13 0 0 Miller, rf 3 0 0 3 0 0 Dykes, 3b 401110 Boley, as 4 1 2 4 2 0 Shores, p 4 1 1 0 3 0 Totals 36 711.2715 Detroit— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Johnson, If 4 Rice, rf 2 Funk, rf 1 McManus, 3b 4 ehringer, 2b 4 Alexander, Ib 4 Stone, cf 4 rlogell, ss 4 Jargrave, c 4 Uhle, p 2 Wyatt, p 0 Fothergill, z ...' 1 00300 00300 00100 02100 00240 03810 11000 01120 02800 00020 00000 00000 Totals 34 1- 9 27 9 0 zBatted for Uhle in 7th. Philadelphia 100 000 312—7 Detroit 000 100 000—1 Runs batted in, Hargrave, Haas 3, Dyke's, Sohang, Harris 2. Two base ills, Mclianus 2, Boley, Foxx. Three >ase hit, Haas. Sacrifice, Schang. Double plays, Rogell to Gehringer to Alexander; Boley to Bishop to Foxx. Left on bases, Philadelphia 7, De- rolt 7. Base on balls, off Uhle 3, Shores 1. Struck out, by Uhle 6. Wyatt 2. Hits, off Uhle 6 in 7 innings; off Wyatt 5 in 2. Hit by pitcher, by Uhle (Bishop.) Passed ball, . Har•rave. Losing pitcher, Uhle. Um- >ires, Guthrle, Hildebrand and Orma>y. Tiine, 2.17. SENATORS LOSE LEAD. WASHINGTON, May 5.—The St. Louis Browns won 8-6 and dropped Washington from first place in the American league yesterday. The Senators counted 4 in the ninth but fell short of tying the score, Joe Judge ed with 3 hits. Score: R TT "P* St. Louis .' 070 001 000—8' 7 2 Washington 200 000 004—8 10 2 Batteries: Coffman and Manion. Thomas, Burke, Hadley, Moore and Ruel, Tate. WILD PITCH DECIDES. CHICAGO, May P.—Chicago Cubs won 8-7 from the Phillies yesterday, Koupal delivering a wild pitch in the ninth to let the winning run score. Alexander, who retired one batter in he ninth was charged with the loss. Malone had the game 7-5 to start thei ninth. Score: R. H. E. Phillies 003020002—711 5 Clii.-ago 400010021—811 3 Kweetland, Collins, Alexander, Koupal and MtCurdy. Malone and Hart- neU. TO S££K SP&UD MAKK. LONDON, May 5.—Major Sir Henry Segruvv, holder of the world's automobile api:i;d lecoid, and Malcolm Campbell, hia predecessor as title-holder, plan ntu absaultu on speed records, it •was understood today. Segrave has signed bbcrttly a rnotorboat, Mlea England II, with which he hopes to attain 100 mil'-.-, an hour, it was said. The boat is equipped with two rolls- lt.o>i.« tub'iuco of 2100 horsepower A wrestling match • drew $45,000 in Boston the other night. Has faith come back to a skeptical world 1 .' * * * Art Shires Is sad these days. Bud Clancy played first the other day for the White Sox in the game in which a record w»s set, Clancy getting no putouts or assists. Think of all that publicity wasted on a guy like Clartcy! ^ » • t Along comes a prizefighter from Texas named Ug Gibson. He is named after what has become the fans' favorite expression at a boxing show. # * • Rookie was a wonder Rookie was a wow , Rookie took a ball bat Smacked the pill and how. That was in the springtime In the south, you know; Rookie's got a job now Pitching for St. Joe. • * * Max Schmeling's training site is En-Joie Health Camp, in Endicott, N. Y. You would en-joie it, too, if you were about to collect a couple of hundred G's for a pleasant vacation. • • • Big league score-keepers, rejoice! One of the pitchers who isn't, going to the majors this year ,is Myllykangas of Dartmouth. ROBINS GRAB FAIR. ST. LOUIS, May 5—Brooklyn Robins won their sixth and seventh games yesterday licking St. Louis Cardinals 2 to 1 in the opener and taking the second 11-10 in 13 innings. Hallahan lost the first game in a pitchers battle against Ral Phelps, recruit. Both sides used plenty of hurlers in the nightcap. Scores: R. H. E. Brooklyn 002000000—2-7 1 St. Louis 100000000—1 7 1 Batteries: Phelps and Lopez.' Hallahan and Wilson. Brooklyn .. 300 030 200 000 3—11 14 1 St. Louis .. 100 002 014 000 2—10 14 6 Batteries: Elliott, Moss, Clark, Morrison and Lopez. Hill, Bell, Lindsey, Grabowski, Koines, and Smith, Wilson. STRIPP AIDS REDS. CINCINNATI, May 5.—Joe Strlpp drove in 6 runs and the Cincinnati Reds won from New York Giants 8 to 4 yesterday. Five runs in the fifth started the Giants on their downfall. Jake May leading off the round with a triple. Strlpp made 4 hits. Score: , R. H. E. New York 000 020 011—4 7 1 Cincinnati 010 250 OOx—8 12 1 Benton, Parmale, Lucas and Hogan. May and Sukeforth. HONOR CAGE CHAMPS. E. R. Vipond of Hollidaysburg was host last week to the members of the Penn Highways basketball team, state champions, a chicken and waffle dinner being served. George D." Johnson, manager was the toastmaster. Team members present were Uky Soyster, Grant Pheasant, Cornie, and Unk Hughes, Elwood Young, Glenn Rodkey, Joe Cochrane, Glenn Williams, John Robeson and Boyd Soyster. From Cellar to Selfer-Use'd Furniture Sfitf •Bring Cash Corrf ot Thanki ,\y\>^/vVv*S/«/s/vsA<<v*>V"»'>>^'V^* 1 w*>>i» WB OEBlftB, IM THIS MANtfBR. to 1 press out sincere thanks to the many neighbors ana friends tor the klrtdfleHs and sympathy shown us during the Illness and death of our son and brotner, Earl. J. WyBeltoop. Also for the floral offering* and the use ot AND 2718 6th Ave., Altoona, Pa. Lost-^Found /v«>^vN<\ys^A/>XSAA<^( LADY'S UNIFORM IN SUIT BOX, LOST Thursday evening at 10.30 p. m. at 8th Ave. and 10th St. Finder Dial 2-S318 Or return to Trainmen's hall, 4th floor, Thufs day evenings o'clock. Reward. LOST—JEWELED FRATBRNITY PIN ON •llth Ave., May 3. Reward. Return to 1434 Washington Ave. Phone 509p. LOST — 1- PRO., TWO PlECBS BILK, Broad Ave. street cat Friday. Reward 11 returned to F. A. Romlck, 800 8th PINK ELEPHANT BREAST PlN, LOST Saturday from or In Gable's fitting room, to Klevan Bros., to Colonial hotel, Reward. Phone 2-9487. Personals LE MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $B. Genuine'supplies used. Marcel 60c, finger and water waves, manicure 50c. Dial 4213. SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE. Dr.. Kruse system. Dial 2-7635 for appointment; Mrs, Chas. 8. Casner. PERMANENT WAVING, STEAM OR OIL methods. Requires no finger waving. Mrs G. Evans, 1440 13th Ave. Phone 2-0197. RUPTURED? WE ARE HERE -EVERY day fitting trusses correctly. Altoona Artificial Llntb and Appliance Co. 907 Green Ave., Altoona, Pa. TO I. 0. S. STUDENTS—SEE US ABOUT the Summer Study Campaign. You can transfer to a*ne'w course, if desired. International Correspondence Schools, ROOM 41, Goldschmld Bldg. Help Wanted Male / A REAL OPPORTUNITY Men to establish Vending Machine routes, Must have car and a small amount of capital. Call Mr. Freeman, Penn-Alto hotel, Tuesday. SALESMAN—IF YOU HAVE CAR, PLUS ability and Industry, you can make $100 to $126 per week In Altoona with reliable firm. References required. Experience not necessary. Write 2930-D, care Mirror,- for Interview. LEADS GOLFER Greatest of England's women golfers, It was Molly (iourluy, above, whose long: drives and deadly putting led her team to victory over an Invading gronp of American women stars In their "friendly International" match at Sunnlngdale, England. She won a hard-fought singles match with Glcniui Collett, captain of the American team, by a one-hole margin. PITCHER HAS NEURITIS. NEW YORK, May 5.—Herb Pennock, New York -Yankees'. southpaw, had another attack of neuritis in his pitching arm and was expected to be lost to the team for some time. Manager Bob Shawkey had expected to work Pennock against the Chicago White Sox. FEMALE EIDER-DUCKS LINE THEIfS. N^STS WITH POWM PLUCKED FROM THEIR OWN 6RHASTS. •vibunnj v tJ&asotkSoS FLOWER DERIVES ITS NAME FROM THE 06MOX- IOUS ODOR IT THROWS Off. BEES WILL HAVE' NOTMIHQ TO oo wnw (r, por FLIES F1NP THE ODOR. PtEASING AMP ACT AS F&UEr- S IN PiACE OF THE ?>e&S. IATBR. ON,THE PIAKT CEASES •& BE REPOLSNE ••• CHANSES TO <3AV AUTOAVN COLORS' AND OFFERS BUNCHES OF 6IXIE-- B1ACK foERRIES ~K> THE &JRDS, IM ORDER THAT ITS; SEEP MAV BS CARRIED TO NEW LOCALITIES. O1*30 *Y~fcCA SMHCb INC Help Wanted Male »50 WBKKLt! BOOK ORDERS/FOR nursery stock and hire agent*. Exclusive territory. Frtt outfit. Writ* today I Eitt- moh» Co., Newark, New York. WANfftD—BO* 19 OR 17 YEARS OLD. Apply D. A H. Distributing C6., 1722 12th Ave. MlBOttt AGBD MAN WANTED TO TAKE care of garden and lawn at the Arondale hotel. Apply H. C. Prutiman, oreen Ave., 9th St. Help Wanted—Female A^»«s^S*Xv«wN^X\^XsAA<\/vsA^^N^«^^> STENOGRAPHER AND j BOOKKEEPER— Must have high school education and ability to spell. State age, experience and where educated, speed In dictation and typing. Give telephone. Write 1871-K, care Mirror. WOMAN WITH HOUSEHOLD EXPBR- ience. Must be able to cook well. One who can live right at the home. References required. Good salary to the right person, Apply 2184-K, care Mirror. AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR^ HOUSE- work In small family. Call 2-0227. WAITRESS WANTED—ONE WHO HAS Had fountain experience. Apply Court Cafe, Hollidaysburg. Phone 9036. . WANTED — EXPERIENCED LADY IN v. making awnings. Apply in person to Acme Awning Works, 2213 10th St. evenings between 6 and 7. YOUNG LADY, 21 TO 23, TO TRAVEL with crew of girls on special circulation campaign. $100 salary a month and transportation. Don't phone, see Mr. Strainchamps, Wayne hotel. EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. References required. Apply 1431 12th St. Salesmen — Agents ,/s/S/^~vx->'N<'W«>»>/>^/S«'N*»*^W^/N^<>. SALESMEN WANTED—EARN $90 TO $100 • a week selling for a reliable manufacturer. Factory located In Cambria county. Call 217-J Bell for appointment, 6 p. m. or write Dept. A, Portage Paint Co., Inc., Portage, Pa. ' Situation Wanted—Male ,S/x^w^v^*XV^S^X«v^v^w*^S.^^N^vN^*VN*N^/N^sXS/N WANTED—JOB AS JANITOR, TRUCK driver or chauffeur. Experience. Write 2915-D, Mirror, WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED MAR- rled man, job on farm or poultry farm. John C. Lewis, R. D. 3, Altoona, Pa. Situation Wanted—Female ELDERLY LADY WANTS, HOUSEKEEP- Ing, widow or aged couple. Good home preferred to high wages. Reference. Write 2914-D, Mirror. LADY DESIRES ANY, KIND OF DAY work. Best references furnished. Dial 6581. REFINED WIDOW DESIRES POSITION as compaitlqn to lady or housework In imall family. Phone 9786. Boarding BOARDING AND NEATLY FURNISHED room for man and wife or gentleman. Central location. Near 7th Ave.- and 25th St. Dial 5882. Rent — Unfurnished Rooms THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping, all conveniences. Inquire 210 Maple Ave. 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, PRIVATE EN- trance, all conveniences. Inquire 101 W. 12th Ave., Juniata. 1707 1st AVE.—3 ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. . Private home. Dial 8967. 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR with private bath, Including light, gas. $25 mo. Inquire 1111 7th Ave. Rent — Furnished Rooms ROOMER WANTED AS PARTNER IN bachelor apartment. $20 per month. Write 1639-E, Mirror. FURNISHED ROOM, PRIVATE HOME. Use ot bath, phone. Lady only. 2517 8th Ave., after 4 p. m.. $3. Dial 2-4587. J112 8th AVE. — 2 COMMUNICATING rooms, second floor for- light housekeeping or sleeping rooms. Rent reasonable. 3 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping. Private bath, light and gas. Inquire 2507 Broad Ave. Dial 2-9780. NICELYTURNISHED ROOMS WITH ALL modern conveniences. Rent $3 up. 1502% 13th St. 2 NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS AND bath for light housekeeping. Electric stove, use of electric washer and telephone. Dial 6442 for Information. CHEERFUL, WELL FURNISHED ROOM, all comforts and conveniences of the home. No other roomers. Gentleman preferred. Dial 6791, 2400 7th AVE.—ONE CORNER FRONT room for men or women, with privilege of cooking. Other conveniences and reasonable rent. Call or phone 2-9448. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. Inquire 1407 12th 'St. Dial 2-4953. FURNISHED ROOM WITH' PRIVATE bath. Inquire Mrs. D. E. North. 2104 W. Chestnut Ave. Phono 2-7669 or 2-6945. 2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. Call after 8 p. m. to 2107 4th Ave. 3 NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOMS, bath and all conveniences. Call at 1431 16th Ave. or phone 2-2207. 1404 17th AVE.—2 ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR light housekeeping, suited for young couple, all conveniences. Reasonable. Furnished Apartments S^X^V^w'V^^SXX/^^V^^^XS^SX^^^v-SXN^^^/VV- COMPLETELY FURNISHED APTS.—1 TO & rooms, private bath. Maid uervlce dally to bachelors. Inquiro 60S 10th St. NEWLY FURNISHED FIRST FLOOR MOD- ern apartment, i rooms and bath, 2 entrances. Inquire 602 21nt St., Apt. S. FURNISHED APARTMENTS IN THE PAR- sons new apartment Bldg. T. Chester Parsons, 1107 12th Ave. Dial 2-S1S2. COMPLETELY FURNISHED, 2 ROOMS and bath, private entrance. Reference required. Inquiro 1003 7th Ave., side entrance. ALL MODERN AND ELECTRIC CONVEN- lences. Will accommodate 2 or 3 adults. No children. Very central. Call between 9 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to B p. m. Dial 2-1882. Unfurnished Apattminti 2846 8tfc range M $30. TStWl floof, veniences, 128. Nfi Itftgft, * Jiuti jfiOM, WftCTj gfU ttokh ,•»(*> 8 rooms, fdoM »Baftm«Ht, ill con- 2-0307; 74W; B-«OB8. SECOND FLOOR DUPtBX. 114 L68AK Ave., Llyewen, 4 ntiffi*, kitchen, b»th, a porches. o»rag>. 'Hot w»t*r HeM. PtMtt- slon June 1, Dla) 2-4«87 for appolntinent. 711 8Ttt AVB.~NK3B 4-RO6M APT., N»W- ly papered. Heat, light And gas furnished $10 oft first month's rent. IMPERIAL APT., S ROOMS, HATH, PORCH and all conveniences, 135.00, als6 4 rooms, bath and porch $30.00. Dial 21-8380 of after 6 p, m. 2-8160. • 121k 8Tfi AVE., Iflf. *L60R, 8-ROOMS, $33; 849 24th St. 4-fooms. all conveniences, front, side porch, $40;.EMl «»d. Av«,, Lloyd St., 4 rooms, all conveniences, -135: 811 23rd St., 4 rooms, bath $18. McVey-Farls Co. 1105 13th St., 1JI»! 7128. 312 3rd ST—6 ROOMS, BATH, HOT WA- ter heat, shades, linoleum, gas range, •*!"• or without garage. Inquire 2l» Lfcyd 8(, DE LENA APT. i B-ROOM8, BATH, ALL modern conveniences. Inquire 1002 Chestnut Ave. JUNIATA, 205 5th AVK.—4 RQOH8, BATH, hot water heat, gM range. Reatonabla rent. Dial 2-7G19 or Inquire 2210 8th Ave., Altoona. 3812 «th AVE.—8 ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR modem-Apt. clean, light, airy, yfcrd, gut age. Dial 8727. , 1707 1st AVE.»*-4-ROOM APT., PRIVATE bath. Heat, light, gas, shades furnished. Dial 8987. ~> 1012 IBlh ST.—3 AND 4 ROOMS AND bathi conveniences except treat. $15 and $18. J. Isaacson, 12th A vol., 16th St. WAYNE APTS., 1108 18th ST., FIRST floor Apt., 3 rooms, bath, all conveniences. Inquire 1912 tJnlon Ave. W.' B. Cassldy. Dial 2-7993. 2 OR 3-ROOM APT., FURNISHED OR UN- furnished, all conveniences. Rent frery reasonable. Inquire 403 Lotz Ave., South Lakemont. ' B-ROOM APT., BATH, PORCH, ALL CON- venlences. Rent reasonable to right party. Inquire 606 26th St. Phone 2-5071. FIRST FLOOR DUPLEX, .6 ROOMS, BATH, blinds, range, all Conveniences. Garage, porches, lawn. Call at 1039 3rd Ave. 4-ROOM APT., BATH AND ALL CONVEN- lences, suitable for teachers or adults only. Inquire 2107 llth St. v 1318 8th AVE,—FIRST FLOOR, 4 ROOMS and bath. Large front porch. Dial 6573. Rent — Houses 6 LARGE ROOMS, ALL CONVENIENCES, 425 2nd Ave. Inquire 427 2nd Ave. evenings. Phone 5835. WNB HOME IN EVERETT, 'BEDFORD x:ounty, on Lincoln highway. Ideal location for tourists and tea room. Inquiro of Mrs. L. Wolfe, 2007 8th Ave., Altoona, or Dial 24995. 109 E. 6th ST. — 5-ROOM HOUSE, FIN- Ished attic, newly painted, papered throughout, all conveniences except bath. -Rent reasonable. Inquire Holland's, 010 4th St. Dial 2-7588. HOUSE AND OARAGE, 607% 6th AVE. • Centrally located. All Improvements but furnace. Dean B. Shaw, Union Bank, 12th St: and 8th Ave. 9171 LEXINGTON AVE.—EIGHT ROOM house with bath, all modern conveniences. Inquire Room 14, Myers Bldg. . BEST DISTRICT OF LLYSWEN, 6-ROOM modern, furnished house. For terms and particulars Inquire 315 Coleridge Ave., Llyswen. TWO GOOD HOUSES, ONE AT 521 6TH Ave., other at 1524 3rd Ave. Each, 6- rooms, , all conveniences. Inquire 1212 7th Ave. Dial 2-6734. 112 HOWARD AVE., 8-ROOMS, BATH, hot air heat, 1 car garage $30. 1128 19th Ave., 6-rooms, all conveniences, newly papered,-painted $32; 1609 12th St., .6 rooms, bath, $26; 229 Park Place, Juniata, 6-rooms. electric light $10. McVey-Faris Co., 1105 13th St.. Dial 7128. 6-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, .ALL CONVEN- lencea or rooms for rent. Inquire 215 Maple Ave. 714 17th ST.—HALF OF DOUBLE BRICK house, 8 rooms with modern Improvements. Rent'$35 per month. Phone 2-0541. 707 9th ST.—5-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, newly papered, all conveniences. Rent reasonable. Inquire 900 7th Ave. THREE 5-ROOM HOUSES, REAR BEALE Ave. and 22nd St. Inquire of A. O'Toole, 1321 llth Ave. RENT A COZY HOME IN A GOOD LOCA- tlon. Five and six-room homes with all modern conveniences. Every home on a large lot allowing plenty of light, sunshine and all to each room. For further Information Dial 5124. WOODS BECKMAN COMPANY, Realtors, > Penn Central Bldg., Fifth Floor. 508 18th ST.—HOUSE WITH ALL IM provements. Rent reasonable. Inquire 2204 4th Ave. Phone 2-4500. 2S7 K. FIFTH AVE. 8-room house, bath, hot water heat. Rent only J30. See Realtor—Insurance, Commerce Bldg, 1'ltono 2-0313i Rent — Garages' 1517 18th ST.—PRIVATE GARAGE FOR 1 car. $3 month. Inquire 1509 15th St. Dial 7541. Rent — Miscellaneous LARGE STOREROOM AND BASEMENT, 25 xlO, at 301 6th Ave. Inquire at 515 3rd St. or Dial 7921. J03 GRANT AVE.—7 ROOMS, NEW PAPER, all conveniences, 1-car garage. 714 4th St.—3-room apartment, bath, big enclosed porch. 712-14 4th St.—2 large storerooms, suitable for any kind of bualncas. L. R. MATHIEU & SONS, 1824 Union Ave. Dial 0994. Sale Or Rent 2501 WALNUT AVE.—MODERN BRICK home, hot water heat, all Improvement!!. Dial 2-5037. % 1420 5th AVE., JUNIATA—8 ROOMS, bath and light. Rent $20 month. Sale price $2,000. Inquire Charles A. Aukur, 1321 ilth Ave. Unfurnished Apartments > ^*v'*^N^^>^.^v' < ^^NX>^*VS/>*^ t VN^V-*^XS'*w'N 305 llth ST.—2nd FLOOR APT., THREE rooms, sun porch, hot water heat, gas range, bath, shades. Cozy for two. $25. 1100 3rd Ave. 901 2nd AVE.—FIRST FLOOR DUPLEX, 4 rooms and bath, front and rear porches. Gas range, shades and heat furnished. Inquire 901 2nd Ave. Dial 7405 or 2-4001. 622 4th AVE., JUNIATA—SMALL APT. Rent reasonable. Inquire K, McGrath, 2806 Broad Ave. Phone 2-2471 or 9029. 2308 1th AVE.—APT., 3rd FLOOR. 3 rooms, bath, heat, garage. Not suitable 'or children. Rent J17. -ROOM DUPLEX. FIRST FLOOR. ALL conveniences. Not suitable for children, nqulre 2420 7lh Ave. 5 ROOMS AND BATH, FRONT AND BACK porches. Private garage. Located In Jyuwea. 2-66U1 or 8286. 2 APARTMENTS. SECOND AND THIRD floor, 1300 llth St., lu good condition. Rents reasonable. Inquire 401 4th Ave. j-ROOM APARTMENT, STEAM HEAT, hot water, KHS radge and locker. Low rent. Dial 2-7497. HOWARD AVK. AND 1st ST.—FOUR roomu; 7-room house. Both modern. Rea- bonable. Inq. 101 Howard Ave. DiaJ 2-2103. 105 HOWARD AVE.—4 ROOMS, PRIVATE bath. Heat, light, gaj, water and shades Jail. Urut flggr. Mo tluldrca, Sale — Houses BROAD AVE. BRICK HOME, ALL MOD- ern Improvements, finished third flour. 2802 Oak Aye., 6«room brick and shingle hume, ell modern Improvements. 28th St. and Oak Ave., new home, -all modern Improvements. Will sell these at a sacrifice. Inquire 717 29th St., C. A. Wlsslnger, Building Contractor. 544 63rd ST.—6 ROOMS AND BATH, breakfast nook, sun rooms, open porch, small enclosed rear porch, large gue.it, linen and cedar closet. Log fireplace with bookcases on each side. Inlaid linoleum and blinds. Stone foundation; hot water heat. Lot 'ifl'fiX.no. Owner leaving city. Terms. Dial »6974. „ Sa/^//6t»« . wir m Ave.—.. frottt fMrf porches. .room frifn* tot Mf MU, M aswi&fi 1 * SHTflR? fr^toiWxgr**'- "**!*.*: SPECIAL 8-Room frame dwelling locate* ll2 Peart Stteet. Has all improvements, Including hot air heat. Front and war porches—rear porch enclosed. Lot 26*76 feet, Price for quick i sale, $3200; terms. C. D. BLOOM Realtor—Insurance 1311 12th Street Phone 2-2383 SUBCBBAN 864 WhaMon Ave., South Lakemont—Cof- ne* lot 150x135, with hedge, shrubbery, tree*, Berries, hen house, garage and a nice 5- room dwelling with cent...cellar, porchet eleo., water, furnace. Vacant and canjiavi immediate possession. Price right. Terms on application. . r ED. 8EIDET,, Bcnltor. The white stem of a White Birch in your own garden, against the green lawn, , , . __. wouldn't that be beautiful and restful to look at. In your own home, in your own garden, you' can have it. May we help you to get the birch with the home. WOODS BECKMAN COMPANY Realtors Penn Central Bldg. Fifth Floor Phone 6124 Sale—Furniture KITCHEN CABINET, OAK LIBRARY table and 2 kitchen chairs. Inquire. at 2810 Beale Ave. * WOLF FtfRNlTBHE COi OFFERS Refrigerators '. $7 up to $25 Sun Ray Gas Range, Cabinet Style ... .$34 Sun Ray Gas Range, Cabinet Style -.$23.50 Leather Rockers $7.00 llth Ave. FURNISHINGS OF 4-ROOM APARTMENT. Slightly used. Inquiro at 1211 8th Aye., Apt. 2. DINING ROOM SUITE, WRITftIO DESK, bookcase, couch, rug, etc. Inquire 1121 8th Ave. Phone 2-4852. LARGE BUFFET AND S.ERVING TABLE . to match, in perfect condition. $25 cash. Cost $150. Inquire 2022 12th Ave. Business and Office Needs ^VV»S^/S»X/W«»/>/<>/>/N/v< < W>'>/W>/>/>X». SHOW CASES—ALL SIZES Two 12 foot, 2nd hand, Frlgldalre Soda Fountains. Soda Tables and Chairs. Just what you need-If you are,, starting In business. I Windshield and Door Glass Installed. \LTOONA PLATE GLASS CO. 725 Green Ave. Dial 8886 or 2-7300. Musical Instruments PIANO ACCORDION, 41 KEYS, 120 BASE. Price $73. Inquire at'2301 23rd St. Sale — Miscellaneous PORCH , CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH style chair seating, chair caning of all kinds. Also rag rug and carpet, weaving. Work called for and delivered. Weaving Works, 2119 6th Ave. Dial 2-8513. WHITNEY BABY CARRIAGE.. -SPLENDID condition. Inquire 513 10th St. 2 DAYTON COMPUTING .SCALES, ONE 20 ft. awning gear type, McCray refrigerator, 20 pool tables complete, from $35 up; 3 seven room bouses, 25x120 ft. ground, $4,460. Investigate these, they are the money. Canole & Hell, 2918 6th Ave. HOT AIR FURNACE COMPLETE, 24 IN. boiler, good condition, $20. Inquire 404 3rd Ave. FOR SALE—1 SINGLE BED, 1 DOUBLE bed and 1 vlctrolu. At 416 Maple Ave. LESTER PLAYER PIANO With walnut case, $398.00. Easy terms. WEAVER FACTORY SHOWROOM, 1620-22 Eleventh Ave. and All kind, bard and toft c6»l[ »lw kind- lfh|f I """ J " TW iv mrA IIIUIBITT &. 0m» m*. 1824 Union ISON ftdftttttN AMD AND DWART. COLLECT ON DELtVBRt. Burn PAGE COAL For Economy, Warmth and Health Demand Our Weighbill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Dial 9-5210 ' McGuire Coal Co. McGuire Special And All Grades Of Coal 916 19th Street Phone 6378 Wanted To Buy WANT TO BUY A GASOLINE to 4 H, P. Must be cheap. Inquire at 412 E. Logan Ave. Dial 2-5972. Money To Loan ,/^N>X*N*%/^'%XV»V^X/\^/>^XV \ MONEY TO LOAN $8,300—on improved property In amounts to suit borrower—$6,300. WALTER J. HENRY, Commerce Bldg. • Phone 8200. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP- erty In amount* to ault • borrower, Q. Nevln Dlvely. ^321 llth Ave. MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE on -Improved real estate In Altoona and suburbs. _Charles A.- Auker, 1321 llth Ave. LOANS TO $366. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AS security. Legal rates. Altoona Loan Assn., 204 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 6663. NEED MONEY QUICKLYT Cash Loans up to &00 . 24 1 Hour Service , Small Monthly Repayments You'll be surprised now easily a loan can be arranged.' Our friendly and courteous scrv- co has helped many when they needed money quickly. Come In, 'phono or. write for full Information. There Is no obligation. Benefical Loan Society Room 1, Second Floor, 1300 Eleventh Ave., Cor. 13th St., Altoona, Pa. Telephone Dial 2-4970. Open 8.30 to 5—Saturday 8.30, to 1. NO TIME IS WASTED Our service Is quick, courteou* and private on all LOANS up to $300 Come In—Phone or Write! AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room 308, Grant Building, 1-112 Eleventh Avenue, Third Floor, ALTOONA, PA. Telephone Dial 2—6-9-6-2. Open 8.30 to B—Saturday 8.30 to t. Mortgage Loans t'lnt or Monthly L. Win. Borland Realtor — Union Hank Bltlg. Dlul 2-7020. Wanted To Borrow WANT TO BORROW $10,000 ON IMPROV- ed property, flrnt mortgage on $25,000 property. Write 1B92-E, Mirror, RED CROSS VICTOR STEEL RANGE, good baiter, In good condition. Will sell cheap. Inquire 1220 8th Ave. Business Opportunities ^s/X/^*WN/>XS/'V^NXN'«*>*X*>yXXX/N>N^VS/N^S^» NOTHING TO SELL; MANUFACTURER wants active representative locally with ! car, also several locations available In states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia; delivery and collections; staple products; chain system; $1,000 Investment, secured; should earn $100 up weekly; personal Interview required; give phone number. Write 2185-K, cam Mirror office. All the Lumber Stock of FLUKE CO., Inc.', , FOR SALE AT 33 i% OFF COST .Inquire At Yard 2605 Beale Ave. Dial Ii-9183 Sale — Horses and Cattle ..^^*VX/\/N/WS^SXNXX/VN^XV^\/V^VNX**\^v'S KENTUCKY SADDLE HORSK, ftO BUSH- els seed potatoes, SO bushels seed buckwheat. ' Inquire J. E. Burkct, Getscytown. Phone 037-R7. 2 PONIES, QUIET. INQUIRE WHITBRED Coal Co., H. H. Figart. Dial 1)083. iOOD MILKING GOAT. GUARANTEED 3 qt. milk a day. Dial 3-1337. For Sale — Dogs-Pets 'N''^/^«•^/^*'s/s/^x^x^sw^x^xv^*x'X/x^^/^^N'* 2 CHOW PUPPIES—1 RED, 1 BLACK. Eligible to- be registered In A. K. C. Inquire 1407 Walnut St., Hollldayaburg. Poultry — Feed CABLE'S QUALITY UH1UKB. WHITE Luglirons, Barred Rocks, While Rocks, Reds, White Wyandottes, Black Mlnorcas and \nconas. Very best trains. Get our clr- ulur. Pet Shop—Basement. HYNICK'S QUALITY BABY CHICKS iV'yundottca, Rocks, Reds, Leghorns, Ancona, Custom hatching In trays of 75 and up. IIYNICK HATCHERY, 22 E. Grant Ave. Dial 1313. ERHINGER'S QUALITY CHICKS, BARRED and White Rocks, White Wyandottes, Red and English l.tghorna. Hatch off every Monday and Thursday. 120 E. 6tb Ave. Dlul 2-2917 or 3-IM09. . .lATCHlNG EOXiH FOR SALE. MAMMOTH Pekln ducks, $1 for betting; Black Olant, $1 for settlnt;; English Leghorn, 75c for net- I ting; White Olantu, {5.00 for setting; duck- I lings, 3. r ic each. I DIBERTS POULTRY FARM, Sinking Valley Road. Phone Rural 2-5R5. HOUSE, 220 LEXINGTON AVE., 8 ROOMS, all conveniences. Good condition. Garage. Reasonable tcrnu. Some hand money, balance monthly payments. Dial 6783. 3200-02 WALNUT AVE. 5 rooms, gas, electric light. Corner lot 50x120 rt. Prlcr: $2.000. Bauy terms. HOWARD J. DARR, ' Phone 2-0614. HERE'S ONE 30S 23rd Si., frume lious^, -' ruoins and bath, hot air heat, lot 50x60, all conveniences. Price $6600. T. CHESTER PARSONS 1107 12th Ave. Phoue 2,5182 Seeds — Gardening HIGH GRADE TOP SOIL Dial 2-6903. Coal GW1N COAL CO.— UW1N SPECIAL, MIL- Icr 3 ud Madison coal at attractive prices. lull Margjirci Ave. Phone 2-uiUi or 6623 'FOR SALE—ROADHOUSE ON HORSESHOE Trull,- near Bedford, Pa. Information, call 1112 Allegheny St., Hollldaysburg, Pa. BIG SACRIFICE Swimming pool (all concrete), barbecue, gas station, and large new modern home on inn In highway between Ebensburg and Cros- non. 100 acres ot land, nnw 4-oar garago, n Iso a Hue new chicken coop and other buildings. Ideal for .chicken farm and tourlut niiinp. Cheap to quick buyer. Terms. Address owner, R. D. 1, Box BO, Cresson, Pa. Mortician *W%X»^*wA^SySXVAXS^ N. A. STEUENS No Charge for Dae or 'Memorial Chapel Funeral Director 1421 Eighth Ave. . Phone 251 Cleaning — Renovating PAPER OLBANINQ UONK BX BXPElt- lenced man. Reference given. Dial 2-3110. M. Q. Palmer. CARPETS AND RUQS CLEANED TO LOOK like new.Vilonurcb Carpet Cleaning Workst Telephone 4684 (or quick service. MATTRESSES AND BOX 8FR1NU8 KEN- , ovated Altoona Mattress Mfg. Co., 833 ; 10th St. Dial 4642. Upholstering And all kinds muteral living room lullus and odd pieced made to order. Reasonable prices. J. Wolfberg. 1008 Green Ave. Dial 3-1472 or 8403. Wo Recommend The Altoona Sanitary Laundry For frompt Service and Good Work Telephone Contracting — Repairing vtb, aiu— We will triUU you u new house, new porch, garage or any Kind of repairs to your home. Dial 8881. Albert Karuu. Contractor and Builder. ^ ROOFING. SPOUTING AND FURNACE work a upeclalty, at most reasonable prlcuu. Estimates cheerfully glveu. William J. Pleffor. 22tt E. Walton Ave. Dial 2-OS20. LIMESTONE SCREENINGS, 41-76 ton; concrete ana uiaaou sand, W ton! plaster sand, $2.20 ton dumped. Uoutalu coal, J3.60 and up J 1 Morgan. Dial 2 0082. A. tt ]•'. AS^ES—ASHES Rubbish, hauling, mountain, runty lumb coa'i. J 4;—1 or more tow, i>liU 6880. EXCAVATING, CARPENTER WORK AND house roolliig Mountain coal, J.'t.SU to »1 25 ton. Ash hauling, Ou uu. Dial 8648. , OJNSUL'1 ME BEFGHU HE.MODKUNG 6.\1 building garages. Guarantee work, rea-f souabli: prlcea. 0. U. Baluulvcr Dial 2-U1S2. KOOPS-WK APPLY AND REPAIR^ ALt. kinds repulr work dune on abort notice. i. G. Wturaer. PJftl 2-300&.

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