22 THE AT/TOONA s^n ; >3VPf «$r^^^ 5 ' ' -' 'lr ' Vv*T. ft. - •. .» ' A ,",-„', " - , ' ' " ' N6VEMB£fc'6, BINGHAM'S CAREER ONE OFJDVENTURE Senator Grew Up in Hawaii, Soldiered In Mexico, Explored Jungles Before Entering Politics. By IIODNKV nrTTIIKH, NKA Scrvloo Wrltnr. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 6.-RP- forn thn clnys \vhfn Senator Hiram Blnffh.'im .stcppod Into thn national spotlight by hiring a Cnnnpcllrnit nianiifiT-cturor.s' ,'i^cnt as hi.s private Sffcrptnry to liHp him framo the nation's tariff bill, IK- \\~nn known to his colleagues in HIP IJ. K. nnnnle as a mildly irritating but highly intnrpstlnf,' man. Irritntinp. bcpanso ho had been a Yale profensor. and his highly intellectual rllflconr.spR to his fellow senators ahvays, somehow, sonndi'd fiiint- ly like the romiirlts of a patient pro- fesflor to his class of students. And interesting, beeini.se this .silver- haired solon was. iimlnnlnbly, a man who had hnd many biff experiences, Including dangerous explorations In the little known tropics and thn flying of airplanes In France In war time. Thus, while the other senators did not always lovn him as a. brother, they could never ignore him. Whatever he might be, no one ever accused him it' being a nonentity. Senator Tiingharn's life Htory, Indeed, Is full of color and Incident, chiefly because he has always been a man who lost no fimo In going after •whatever it was he happened, at the moment to want. To begin with, he comes from New England aristocracy. His lineage goes back, on this side of the Atlantic, to 1635, when the first Bingham'H settled In Connecticut, Unlike many descendants of an old house, however, he displays fully as much vigor and initiative as any of his ancestors— Including the Calvin Bingham who founded the city of Benninglon, Vt., and the Hiram Bingham—the senator's grandfather—who was the first white man ever to go as a missionary to any Island In the Pacific ocean. Thin grandfather, Incidentally, translated the Bible into the Hawaiian tongue and helped to write Hawaii's first constitution. The senator's father was nlso a missionary, spending much of his life In tho distant Gilbert islands, translating the entire Bible Into the native language and giving the natives A literature by writing down all of their myths and traditions In their own language. Tho present Hiram Bingham "was born In Honolulu in J87fi. AH a boy ho worked on a sugar plantation. The family moved to America while he •was In his early 'teens, and he worked his way through Philips Andover academy and Yale. While- ho was at Yale the Spanish- American war broke out. He WHB ready to enlist In the Hough Riders, but his father persuaded him to wait for the second call. The. war ended before tho second call came, and Hiram lost out. He vowed that next tlmo ho would not wait. Graduating from Yale, ho went to Harvard as a teacher of Spanish- American history. Hla marriage early In tho century, to a wealthy New York heiress, removed him from the pressure of financial worries, and li 1900 he gavu vent to his desire for adventure by going to Venezuela am Colombia to explore the route Urn Bolivar the Liberator hnd followed li 1818. Bingham traveled 1,000 milei through nteaming Jungles, had trou The Senates Adventurer LEGAL NOTICES iS**S\S***S*S**'******<S**'*S^S^'* > S*S 'RIVATE SALE OF MUNICIPAL WATER WORKS BONDS OF THE BOROUGH OF LILLY. , . Tho Borough of Lilly will receive sealed proposals or oral bids for tho sale of Forty Thousand ($40,000.00) Dollars. Water Works Bonds, or any part of the Issue us low'as a bid for a Five Hundred ($,',(10.00) Dollar Sonfl or a One Thousand ($1,000.00) Dol- Thcse Bonds bear Interest at fifl,. payable oml-annually, clear nnd free of any and all taxes Said Bonds to he dated August No bid for any ot these Bonds shall be received for less than their par value with accrued Interest to date of delivery, and Council reserves this right to reject any or Bids will he received until Friday evening, November 8th, 1029, at 7 o'clock p. m. Address all bids to H. H. Brady, Sccro- ary, Lilly Borough Council, Lilly, I's.. T. P. LEAP, Treasurer, Lilly, Pa. N THE ORPHANS' COURT OF BLAIR COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. N RE: ESTATE OF LEAH MADARA, LATE OF THE BOROUGH OF BELLWOOD, BLAIR COUNTY, DECEASED. Notice Is hereby given that the under- Igned auditor, appointed by thn Orphans' Court of Blair County to distribute the fund n the hands of tho Bcllwood Trust Corn- any, administrator c. t. a. of the above de- eased, will sit fir the purposes of his ap- olntment at the office of George M. Myers, 2sq., rooms 2 and 3, Second floor, Bellwood 'rust Building, corner of Main and Cam- rla Streets in the Borough of Bellwood, Jlalr County, on Tuesday the nineteenth day f November, 1929, at two o'clock p. m., i which time and place all persons having lalms upon said fund are required to ap- ear and present the same or otherwiso be orever debarred from participation therein, JOHN M. SNYDER, Auditor. Some of the colorful rlmpte.rs In I he adventurous life, of Senator Ulnp;- lunn are pictured here—jungle explorer, Yale profcHsur, Holdlcr and war-limn aviator in J''runee. bin with hostile. 'Indians, was harassed by u. HUsplcloiiB J^atln-American government as a suspected spy—and, on bin return to thn United States, wrote a. book about his adventures. Yale then made him a professor, and ho followed a stay-at-home life for a time. In 1811, however, he went back to South America and made a genuine name for himself as an explorer, discovering tho lost Inca elty of Uiticos, capital of the last Inca emperor, and penetrating into a considerable area of totally unexplored land In the Andean hinterland. Ho come hack to America to llnd himself relatively famous^ A little while later name the trouble on the Mexican border. Binirham WHS resolved not to miss another scrap, HO lie got Into the "Yale battery," so culled—a unit of field artillery of the Connecticut national guard—and got sent to the border, crossing the Rio Grande with his unit when Pershlug went south to chase Villa. Tn 1916, returning from the border, Bingham decided that the United States was going to get Into the European war very soon, and that Ifc would need an air corps very badly. He took llylng lessons from Glenn Curtlss, qualified as an aviator, and on the declaration of war was appointed by the war department to or- ganl/.n the nchool of military aeronautics. He worked feverishly, establishing eight ' llylng schools, from which moru than 17,(XX) aviation of Side Glances-- by George Clark fleers were graduated before the Avar ended. This done, he was sent to France to command the great flying field at IsHOiidun, a position he filled with distinction .until after the armistice. He did a good deal of flying, narrowly escaping death on at least one occasion, and he was extremely critical of army air force officials who did not fly. There were such, in those dayn, and they had influence; and Bingham's friends have said that his outspokenness may have been the reason why he was not one of tho American officers who won a decoration for his wartime services. At all events, Bingham came back to America, and after traveling in thn Pacific region for a time went to Connecticut and plunged into politics, being elected lieutenant governor and then governor. Barely had he won the latter election, however, when Senator Frank Brandegee died, and in a special election Bingham was chosen to take his place. He served only a short time as governor before resigning to go to Washington. Senator Bingham has been active In all legislation pertaining to aviation and the law Betting up the aeronautics division in the department of com merco was largely his. Naturally, perhaps, due to his loni experience in South America, Blng ham. is an authority on tho Monro Doctrine. Senator Bingham, silver-haired healthy and active, is tho father o seven sons. He is still deeply inter ested in aviation, files often, and no long ago aroused attention by flying from Connecticut to Washington it an army dirigible. If Your Garage Has Heat Put That in Your For Rent Ad HALLOWE'EN SUITS FOR RENT, 500 UP; also masks and faces. 113 3rd St. MAKE CHICKENS PAY BY STUDYING our Poultry Course In your spare time. Write to . International Correspondence Schools, Room 41, Goldschmld Bldg. LE MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $5, with settlnR marcel 35c. Manicure 35c. Finger wave 50c. Dial 4213. REMOVAL NOTICE MKS. JEAN VAUGHAN Beauty Salon removed from 1411 llth Ave. to Suite 341 and 342, Third floor, CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. Elevator Service. Phone 2-6836. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN application will be made to the Governor f the State o£ Pennsylvania, on the 14th ay of November, A. D. 1929, by Nora Guycr Blair, Miriam Lever Baer and Ralph 3. Guycr, under the Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An \ct to provide for the Incorporation and Reg- latlon of certain Corporations," approved ^prll 29, 1874, and thn supplements thereto, or tho charter of an intended corporation to c called "Livingston's Bakery," ths char- clcr nnd object of which Is to manufacture ind sell bakery products and the transaction f all such business as Is necessary and in- Idcntal to the baking business, and for hese purposes to have and possess and en- ny all the rights, benefits and privileges of ho nald Act ot Assembly and Its supple- J. AUSTIN SULLIVAN, Attorney for Incorporators. PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE OF VIRGINIA COLTS AND HORSES At I. E. Brumbaugh's stable, Martlnsburg, 3 a., on Friday, Nov. 8, 1929, 20 head of VlrKlnla horses and colts, as good as I ever shipped to Blair Co. Special mention of a •>alr of 4 and 6 year old Sorrel horses, welgh- ng 3,000 Ibs.; also* a black . 3-year-old, weighs 1,000 Ibs.; other mated teams In greys and blacks. Also some real colts; mlr of dark roan sucking colts. Come and see them sell. Sale at 1 o'clock p. m. E. E. MILLER, Chambersburg, Pa. BARLEY, Auct. NISLEY, Clerk. CARD OF THANKS ^/^^^SXVXN^NXNXS^w^^X^^V^Xs^-s^vXN^^^^^- WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER TO thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for the many acts of kindness shown and sympathy manifested during the recent Illness and death of our dear mother, Mrs. Katherlne E. Malloy. Also for the many beautiful floral tributes' and the use of cars. HER CHILDREN. MORTICIAN. TE¥ENS No Charge -for Use of Memorial Chapel Funeral Director .421 Eighth Ave. Phone 7552. PERSONALS SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MAS- sage. Dr. Kruse system. U|al 2-7636 for appointment. Mrs. Clms. S. Casncr. , SALESMEN Experienced canvassers to sell household lecesslty through W. S. Aaron store. A real ob, steady work. Commission paid weekly; Beginners earn $9 per day. Will cover city and surrounding counties. Interview by ap- )olntment only, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Phone 7138. Ask for Mr. Baker. i TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL tuition for students starting this week. Curry School of Beauty Culture, 1224 13th Ave. Dial 2-3505. JAN' OR WOMAN WANTED WITH AM- bltlon and Industry, to Introduce and sup- >ly the demand for Rawlelgh's Household 'roducts to steady users. Several fine open- ngs In Altoona and nearby towns. We train and help you. Rawlelgh dealers can make up to $100 a week or more. No experience necessary. Pleasant, profitable, dignified work. Write today. W. T. Rawlelgh Co., Dept. PN-153, Frceport, 111. WANTED—FURNITURE, CLOTHING. PA- pers and books. Our demands are heavy. 710 8th Ave., Salvation Army. Phono 2-3738. SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICE— —710 8th Ave., will help you eliminate fire hazard by removing your waste papers, rags, etc. Dial 2-3736 and an official truck will call for your donation. LOST—FOUND LOST—BUNCH OF KEYS ON RING, FROM llth St., 9th St. on 5th Ave. Dial 2-5603. STRAYED FROM 817 BELL AVE., BROWN Collie dog. Answers to "Brownie." Reward If returned to above address. LADY'S WHITE GOLD HAMILTON WRIST watch, lost Friday. , Reward. Notify Dial 5339. LOST—GERMAN POLICE DOG. CLEAR- fleld Co. license No. 30. Dial 2-4239 or 122 23rd Ave. DOG, WEARING LICENSE TAG NO. 226S, found on Friday. Owner >can have same by paying for ad and keep, at 1901 Margaret Ave. LOST—MON. EVE., BROWN LEATHER bag, amber handle, between 2007 13th Ave. to 16th St., 17th Ave. Dial 2-6477. BLACK BRIEF CASE, LOST BETWEEN Gallltzln and Cresson. Reward. Double Seal Ring Sales, 904 Chest. Ave. Dial 2-5135. BILL FOLD CONTAINING, SUM OF MON- cy and driver's license, lost on llth Ave., between 12th or 18th St. or on Falrvlew car. Reward If returned to E. B., 1107 20th Ave. WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR THANKS TO tho many friends, neighbors and shop- mates, who assisted us In the loss ot our beloved one, Myrtle Dunmire Williams. Thanks for tho many beautiful flowers, uso of cars, etc. HUSBAND, A. D. WILLIAMS. MOTHER, MRS. CORA DUNMIRE AND SISTERS. HELP WANTED—MALE SALESMEN WANTED—EXTRAORDINAR- ily profitable proposition selling One quality radios in Altoona. All sales-leads furnished. Commissions are averaging bettei than $100 per week. All applicants musl have tact, education, neatness, ability, ambition and sales experience of some sort. Write 1281-D, Mirror. WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO EX- press our grateful appreciation and thanks for the many acts of kindness shown and sympathy manifested by neighbors and friends during the recent Illness and death of our dear husband and father, Peter Dell. Also for the many beautiful floral offerings and the use of automobiles. MRS. HANNAH DELL AND CHILDREN, Duncansvllle, Pa, ALESMAN—NATIONALLY KNOWN MAN- ufacturer wants one good man to act as ales representative In the Altoona district, 'he man we hire must have experience. in lectrlcal appliance, own a car and furnish V-l references. State salary expected, past xperlence In flrst letter. Write to 1295-D, are Mlrrop, Germany's Newest Cruiser DO YOU WANT PLEASANT OUTDOOR work? Pay weekly, Selling experience nnecessary. Guaranteed products. Rochester Nurseries, Inc., Lelund C. Brown, Pres., lochester, N, Y. REAL JOBS IN ELECTRICAL AND RADIO fields. No 'layoffs. Earn $60 to $100 weekly. Real opportunity. Write for bl^ ree book and special tuition offer on elec- rlclty and radio. McSweeuy Schools, 2BOO •ilcSweeny Bldg., Cleveland, O. "But we can't possibly ifu, ,lohlt>; tonight'* tlio l.lttlu IttivvllrrH on the rinllo." A. Family of Twins ThciiiKli restricted In sl/.« by tho pmieo truuty, (jprmuny'K newexl light- lug vessels urn reported to mark HCiiHiillonul lulvimers in wiiruruft ilniilgii. Jleni you *eo tho launching of tho trim uiul speedy (1000-ton cruiser Leipzig lit Wllhelmshaven, (inrmuny. Grid Star May Wed Heiress I'erhups the Athens, (>., photographer who snapped Ibis pieture ni.iy lie exeuoed for thinking In- saw double—becuufce they are ull twins and all lu the huuie family. Mrs. Kay .Morrison, right, In the mother of Hubert and Herbert Morrison. I.', »tundliig, and Louis and Lois Morrison, 15 tnouthx, ou her lap, and she's u sister of Mm. Losii \\elnbreiiner, left, vrlioxe children, Otis J.ucan anil George Allen Welubrenaer, center, uro ^ twin*, *Lx jcura old. And they »uy their brother In the father of ^..^ It may be a romanee of football and motoring. For the engagement of Miss llernice. Chrysler, right, daughter of Walter I'. Chrysler, wealthy automobile inanuuu turer, and Kdgur Garbisuli, former West I'olnt grid- Iron star, is expected to bi> announced HOOII. They're pictured above ut White Sulphur tarings, N. V. VANTED—OUTSIDE RADIO SALESMEN to run down, hot prospects. Must have an uto suitable to haul one radio set. Inquire Itoona Radio and Electric Co.. 1318 12th Vve. HELP WANTED—FEMALE x^*VX's*N^^^^^yN x N^^/'^X^^Xv*s^'N*N^>X* VACANCY FOR TWO WOMEN, OVER 28, Nov. 10, 1929,'for Spencer Corsetlcre. Must furnish best of references. Selective typo women only need apply. Wrlto for personal ntorvlew, P. O. Box 29, Johnstown, Pa. INSTRUCTION PRIVATE SCHOOL ORAL EXPRESSION. Trial lessons free. Dial 3-9921. LADIES—SELL BEAUTIFUL $1 CHRIST- mas Card assortments—also personal greet- ngs. Unequalecl values, high commissions. Sxperlcnce Unnecessary. Request samples. Doehla Co., Dept. 116, Fltchburg, Mass. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. REF- erenco required. In small family. Can have good home. Apply 2512 Broad Ave. SALESGIRLS WANTED In all departments. Apply W. T. Grant -'-o., 1412 llth Ave. CHRISTMAS CARDS $75-$100 INCREASED INCOME Jelling Hertcl's Personal Greeting Cards. Weekly pay. Experience unnecessary. $10 outfit free. Hertel Co., 318'W. Washington St., Dept. 116, Chicago. EARN TWO DAYS' PAY IN ONE Handling America's most widely known and therefore most easy to sell line of Business and Personal Christmas Greeting Cards, such as are In almost universal use by banks, business, professional and home people. Wo pay liberal commission in cash every day together with generous monthly bonus and also teach you where and how to sell so that without experience, either full or part time people can easly earn for themselves from $500 to $1,500 before Christmas. Magnificent, nationally known sample equipment furnished absolutely free together with all details and full Instructions. Address ' Sample Dept. E-N-8, THE PROCESS CORPORATION Troy at 21st Street, Chicago.' THE WAY YOU CAN GET WHAT YOU want when you need It Is to turn to the classified section and read It. HORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH 1 stylo 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. SPENCER CORSETS AND ABDOMINAL supports for dropped stomach, floating kidneys, rupture, maternity and sprains. Mrs. Laura Valentine. Dial 2-1395. USED FORDSON TRACTOR WITH PLOWS. Mechanical condition O. K. W. S. Suckling, Hollldaysburg. Phone 652. COAL MINE, NOW LOADING 100 TONS per day, places for 60 men. Can easily Increase output to 500 tons In short time. Good coal, favorable labor conditions. Electric motor, electric fan, self drainage, long siding, mine cars, mules, fully equipped and f blng, $6,000. Fred B. Moudy, P. O. Box 74. Portage, Pa. Dealing In tne kind of real estate or personal property you wish to buy or sell. Specializing In the sale of coal mines and Industrial plants. COAL! COAL! COAL! Loudon, Page and McNeils. Special rusty Baker and Delaney Black Diamond, $3.75 per ton. A. S. McOraw, 2316 7th Ave. Dial 2-3824. v QW1N COAL CO. OFFERS GWIN SPECIAL coal and Miller coal, attractive prices. 1911 Margaret Avc. Fnona 2-0404. ORDERS.FOR MOUNTAIN COAL GLADLY filled. Bids on large orders. W. B. Hoover, 1301 6th Ave. Dial 2-6846. FOR SALE—BED DAVENPORT, $5; ELEC- tric heater, $2; child's electric range, $3; 3 chairs, box springs, $4 each. Call between 6-7 p. m., 3025 Broad Ave. or Dial 2-7204. POOL ROOM OUTFIT, COMPLETE. WANT- pd, working men with large families for 7- room houses and lots very close to Junlata shops and warm dinners. You can own one same as rent. See owner, 2918 6th Ave. ELECTRIC DEEP WELL PUMP, PRACTIC- ally new. Will sell cheap. Inquire 710 Logan Ave., Pleasant valley. 6OiAve. , FRACTIC- Inqulre 710 RUDOLF PIANO, OAK CASE, IN FINE condition. Inquire 1614 Crawford Ave. TWO TRUMPETS WITH CASES; BOTH IN good condition. Call 2-8387. 1622 Crawford Ave., Altoona, Pa. ENINSULAR NO. 8 STEEL COAL RANGE, high shelf, good baker. Good as new. Home evenings. 2518 8th Ave. UST PURCHASED A LOT OF FIRST class restaurant fixtures. Will sacrifice to quick buyer. This Includes dishes, steam table, dish washing machine, etc. Inquire 1511 llth Avo. YOUNG MAN, 20 YEARS OF AGE, WISHES position, chauffeur or driver . of delivery truck. References. Phone 2-5815. YOUNO MARRIED MAN WISHES POSI- tlon as chauffeur or truck driver. Repair own cars. 7 years' experience. Phone 2-8043. A BOY, 18, DESIRES WORK OF ANY kind. Write to 1007-D, care Mirror. CLEANING— RENOVATING We Recommend Altoona Sanitary Laundry For Prompt Service and Good Work Telephone 9468. CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED TO LOOK like new. Monarch Carpet Cleaning Works. Telephone 4684 for quick service. 19 DRAFTSMEN A large experimental organization In New 'ork City has several positions for. young ten having layout and detail experience on ypewrlters, jigs and fixtures or automatic nachlnes. See Mr, D. P. Barry at Penn- Uto hotel Wednesday, Nov. 0, between 1 nd 5 p. m. or 7 and 10 p. m. RELIABLE PARTY WANTED TO HANDLE Watklns Products in Altoona. Customers stabllshed. Excellent opportunity for right ian. Earnings over $40 weekly. Write H. . Bordeaux, 231 Johnson Ave., Newark, . J. *ELIABLE MAN WITH CAR FOR THREE county sales manager, i Unusual opportun- .y for big paying weekly earnings. Splendid uture advancement. Faglcy-Halpern, X501, Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet Metal Work Roofllng— Spouting—Metal Ceilings H. SABATHNE & SON 70S Eighth Ave. . Dial 6512. KEYSTONE Armature Works^ 1814-16 Union Avenue, Altoona. Phone 2-6742. Armature Winding, Motor Repairing, Winding Fields, Colls, Electric Magnets, Motors, Generators, Elevators, Machine Works. Concrete and Cinder Call East Side Coal & Supply Co. 812 8th St. Dial 8175. $80—$100 MONTH 2 young men, special work. Experience iot necessary. Advancement, See Mr, Barkley, fl-11 or 4-8 only, Colonial hotel. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 1425 Eleventh Avenue OFFICE MANAGER • With at least five years' accounting exper- ,enoe, FLOOR MANAGERS With at luast three years' experience In Chain or Department Stores. DEPARTMENT HEAD For men's and women's Shoe Department. Apply at store between y and 11 a. in. and '2 and •! p. m. Thursday. CARPENTERS FOR BRIDGE WORK OUT of town. Inquire L. R. ilathleu, 182-1 Union Ave, HELP WANTED—FEMALE s/ -^^^ s- x>XV^/-sx^XN^S^^ rt w^-^s/NXS^N^S^^V^^>v«^-* WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work. Must have experience and be able to furnish reference. Dial 2-0227. Inquire 101 Aldrich Ave., Llyswen. WANTED—EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES with neat appearance. Apply Gregory's, State College. Pa, Phone 462. GUARANTEED CARPENTER REPAIRS done on short notice. Also garages. Reasonable rates. D. E. Salsglver. Dial 2-01.52. THINK OF THE PLEASURE On a, cold frosty night—whole house cozy and warm with a Front Rank Steel Warm Air Furnace. Call and we will gladly give estimate. Dial 3-6146. J. W. SHOENFELT ' 881 17th Street. PAINTING— PAPERING A. HIT E Dependable I-Jouse Hauling. Wall Paper of Distinction. UIHO-14 Seventh Ave. PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING— First class work by experienced men. Estimates cheerfully furnished. J. B. White 217 E. Crawford Ave. Dial 2-6092. PAINTING AND INTERIOR DECPr.ATING I imlnt anything that is paintable. I have also some antique flower crocks on hand Dial 817-1. J. L. Diamond, 3419 6ti Ave. GIRL TO WORK IN RESTAURANT. MUST know how to cook. Apply to 812 17th St. A GIRL WHO CAN WORK IN KITCHEN and wall ou tabled. Inquire 1511 llth Ave. WANTED—WOMAN FOR NIGHT TRICK. Apply Lake's restaurant, SOS 2-lth St. WANTED—EXPERIENCED FILE CLERK and telephone operator. State ugu unU experience. Write &1U5-C, Mirror. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- wurk, In family of 2 adults, in small Apt. Apply 2402 Broad Avc. GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK. Olio who can go home nights Apply 403 . Wopsononock Ave., Fairlawn. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. IN fumlly of 2 adults. Nu phune calls un- swertd. Apply 2212 6th Ave. NATIONAL CORPORATION Had u vacancy in an e^tablishi-d local territory to offer a saleswoman of retinemt-nt and character. Applicants muat be over 28 and able to furnish 2 character n-ferences. Permanent work with opportunity for advance- men t. Hourn 9.30-4. No work Saturdays. Write 5369-L, giving telephone No. and ad- MOVING—HAULING MOVING—MOTOR VAN SERVICE TO ANY point.' Local and Ions distance. Moving liy pudded vans. Also trucks on contract. Filer's Transfer. 1808 4lh Ave. Dial 2-8730 Office phone 7779. K1LLINGER — LOCAL AND ToNG DIB- tunce moving. Experienced piano work, Contract hauling by day or hour. Dial 2-0716, ASHES, RUBBAGE, PAPER AND GARB a«e hauled from restaurants and atorei especially. Dial 2-5807. $95 VICTOR ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLA for sale cheap. Dial 2-9004. STABLE, 805 7th AVE. See George Levan, 1509 8th it. Phone 2-5484. SWEET CIDER AND CABBAGE FOR WIN- tcr. E. F. Johnson, Alto Reste Cemetery farm. ONE ALL PORCELAIN BASBER CHAIR. Inquire 112 8th St. INSURANCE IN OLD-LINE, RELIABLE stock companies. Louis Lelx, Union Bank Bldg. 1 UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP, Becker'Bros. make. Inquire 715 19th St. Dial 2-8377. ONE REPOSSESSED GENERAL ELECTRIC refrigerator, G-55, all steel model. CTRy In use two months. Cnn be purchased at a saving. J. E. Spcnco Electric Co., 1310 12th Ave. RECONDITIONED NO. 5 UNDERWOOD typewriters, guaranteed, ?40. New Royal Portables In attractive colors. . B. F. BARR, 1827 lltH Ave. FOR SALE—5 '"SECTION STEAM BOILER, In A-l condition. Good for large building. Inquire 901 Green Ave. or Dial 2-2122. SALE—FURNITURE .^**w'N^N/NX>XW' 1 S rf 'NXSXSXN^S/N/WX^ w 'X/\XV ON ACCOUNT OF LEAVING CITY, MUST sell all household furniture. Mohair living room suite, dining room suite, bcclroojn suite, bed and springs, wicker chair, spinet ilask and chair, kitchen table, refrigerator, rugs, lamps, etc. Inquire 508 13th 'St. BIRDSEYE MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE and brass bed. Good condition. Dial 4815. USED FURNITURE See our stock before buying. Greatest values In city.* , QUALITY FURNITURE CO., 905-07 8th Ave. Dial 2-8358. WOLF .FURNITURE CO. OFFERS UN- usual good bargains In *heir trade-In department on credit. Vlctrolas/$10 up; 3-pc. parlor suites, $30; combination coal and gas' range, $30; parlor heaters, $19.50 up. See and hear the new Victor Radio at Wolf's. PARCHMENT LAMP SHADES SPECIAL $1.19.' W. W. BABCOCK, 1312 12th Ave. W. S. AARON, 1429 12th AVE. Used Furniture Dept.—Worth While Prices. Hand washers In good condition, $9; oil heaters, $2 ;• restaurant feas range, $19.50; metal beds, $7.50. Don't buy a radio until 'you hear the new Temple. ONE BEAUTIFUL WALNUT SUITE, CON- slstlng of full vanity, chest of drawers, large dresser and bow-end-bed. This sulta was out two months. Regular price $250. We offer it for $139. CLAYCOMB FURNITURE CO.. 910 Chestnut Ave. SALE—HORSES & CATTLE w ^y^X^A v ^^s^ s/ ^x^^s>N.^xVX^V^V^^\^\^^S^ w ^^ GUERNSEY COW AND A GUERNSEY bull, 10 months old. Reasonable prices. Inquire 2808 Washington Ave, THE BARGAINS THAT BLOOM IN THE classified suction invite you to enter and make your selection. FOR SALE—DOGS-PETS BULL PUPPIES, 7 WEEKS OLD. PEDI- greed. 2413 7th Ave. Dial 2-2490. BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES, 7 WEEKS old. Pedigreed. Dial 6027, POULTRY—FEED BLACK GIANT PULLETS AND COCKER- ela. B. F. Bice, R. F. D. No. 2, Holli- daysburf. Phone 837-RO. JUNIATA, 203 PARK PLACE—PULLETS for sale. Dial 58B6. SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN PUL- lets, from pure bred, trapnested stock. Cheap to quick buyer. Call Rural 17-R6. COAL BURN LAUREL RUN LUMP COAL HIGH In heat, low in ash. No clinkers. $3.75 ton delivered. Office only at 227 otu Ave. Phone 2-4380. - MOVING—LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE, with largest padded vans in city. Piano moving, crating furniture and storage in fireproof building. J. H. McKce. office 825 19th St Dial 2-6016. LONG DISTANCE MOVING. PADDED van. Storage, aeparate booths. Fireproof Bldg. Rlne's 619 3rd Ave. Dial 5510—2-1261. BURN PAGE COAL Get Ohr Weigh Bill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Fhone Rurul 21K23 BLANDBURG COAL AND SUPPLY CO. Export Coal $4.25 Madison Egg Prepaied $4.00 Madison 4 In. Lump $4.00 Driver collects. Dial 2-5298 BEST GRADES OF MOUNTAIN COAL— Special oa Page and Rusty coal. Coal guaranteed. L. R. Gephart. Dial 5UOO. A. L. CARMAN. WHOLESALE AND RE- tall dealer of Klondyke coal. Ask yo truck driver or Dial 2-0887. PIANO TUNING ^^SXN^'^^WxXXN^^^^xxN^ YOUR CHILD WILL NEVER LEARN HAR- iiiouy on an out of tuue piano. For expert work, Dial Laughlla 2-4S59. 20 yrs, ex. NEWER AND BETTER METHODS IN MOUNTAIN COAL—ALL KINDS. RUSTY piano tuning and repairing. All work ' Lump, 1. 2, 4 ton lots, $3.75, $4.00. $4.25. guaranteed. R. D. Enterline. Phone 4022. Put In same day. Dial 5880. PIANOS AND RADIOS REPAIRED AND WE BURN WHITBHED'S KL1NKERLESS tuned. Your old victrola. piano or radio , coal with Joy and pleasure. We operate accepted as part payment on new players or mines, buy direct^ get full measure. Holds eleetric radios. Any old rrcorda or rolls you fire. Harry H. Flgart. Dml 9083. ure tired of, bring in and pay lOc additional i — - nnd get a new one. Keystone Plmio anj SEALFON COAL CO. Rudlo Exchange, Dial U-9736 803 Chest-' Quality coal, honest weight. BUt Ave, 2208 Union AY*. Dial £908 01 0210. COAL ALL KINDS OP MOUNTAIN COAL. $3.75 and up. Also kindling wood. Prompt de- Ivery. Dial 2-6927. PEOPLE'S COAL CO. '30 4th STREET. PHON10 2-7777. HARD COAL, EGO, STOVE AND NUT. KEYSTONE MADISON SCREEN AND EOQ PREPARED. $4.00. MILLER RUSTS LUMP AND DtSART. 13.70. COLLECT ON DELIVERS. SERVICE FUEL CO. TELEPHONES 2-3501 OR 2-0818 ONE OR MORE TOMS; HARD COAL, EGG, Oh NUT $11.75 MADISON SCREENED LUMP T$3.00 (IADISON. EQQ AND NUT S3 90 MILLER SPECIAL, -MINE RUN $3.30 DRIVER COLLECTS IN ALL CASES. 2 DAYS REQUIRED TO DELIVER. McGuire Special And All Grades Of Coal. 015 19th Street. Fhone 6878. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, »3.75 and up. Kindling wood and general haul- ng. Dial 2-8407. K. Zach. PAGE, AND ALL OTHER MOUNTAL_ coal. Prices reasonable. Phon* 2-1242. W. S. Counsman. RUSTY .LUMP, McNELIS BLANDBURG, Dysart, Loudon, $3.75 single ton; Madison (4.26; Greensburg, $4.50; % ton $2.25. Dial Only Dealer at 4th St. Handling 1 Genuine Keystont Madison Coal Honest Weight Coal Go. J. W. STINE, Mgr. DOUGHERTY, RUSTY LUMP, C PRIME coal. Best grade. Pick mined. ($3.76 ton In 2-ton lots or more. Dial 6087. SPECIAL—GLEN WHITE COAL, $4. JUST received carload. Orders delivered promptly. Dial 2-3625. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN $9,700—on improved property In amounts to suit borrower—$9,700. WALTER J. HENRY, .Commerce Bldg. Phone 8200. $3,000 TO $3,600 ON IMPROVED PROP- erty. .Apply 2011 Pine Ave. Dial 2-7863. You Are Entitled To QUICK—COUETEOUS—PRIVATE SERVICE Our's is just that on LOANS up to $300 Come in—phone—or write! AMERICAN LOAN CO. Room 308 Grant Building '- Third Floor 1412 Eleventh Avenu* ALTOONA, PA. Telephone Dial 2—6-9-6-2 Open 8:30 to 5—Saturday 8:30 to 1 —LICENSED BY THE'STATE— $2,500 TO LOAN . ON IMPROVED erty In amounts to suit bon Nevln Dlvely, Lawyer, 1321 llth IVED PROP-f lorrower. G. \ .th Ave. ^Jk BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY XV^X>-/X/VS/V^N^V^^^</'^s>»yX^S/^'VS^^*^ FOR SALE—CORNER GROCERY STORE, best location In city. Also sell real estate. Write 1035-D, Mirror. Business and Office Equipment Altoona Plate Glass Co. Pool tables, cash registers, wall cases, show cases, iceless soda fountains, purchased through sheriff sales. Bargain for quick" buyer. AH size auto glass. 725 Green Ave. Dial 8880 or 2-7300. WANTED TO BORROW WANTED—TO BORROW, $5,200 ON FIRST mortgage. Call at 121 E. flth Av«, BOARDING WANTED—1 OR 2 BOARDERS IN PRI- vate home, all conveniences. Home privileges. Inquire 911 3rd Ave. CENTRALLY LOCATED, ROOM WITH board, all conveniences Use of phone. Dial 2-5234. RENT—Urtfurnished Rooms 888 28th ST.—3 CHEERFUL ROOMS, kitchenette and bath. Heat furnished. Rent $23. Young couple. Inquire 882 26th St. 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. Light, gas, heat furnished. Inquire 111 E, Walnut Ave. RENJ^FURJ^ NEWLV FURNISHED, LIGHT, AIRV rooms, all conveniences; well neated. Price $3 up. 1502 or 1502 li 13th St. COMFORTABLE, NICELY FURNISHED sleeping rroms Reasonable rent. Conveniences and use ot phone. Inquire 1407 12th St. or Dial 2-4953 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, second floor, all conveniences. Inquire 858 17th St. LARGE, WELL FURNISHED FRONT room in modern home. Splendid section; ^S2 ed , bu | lnesa m <"i Reference. Inquire 2627 Broad Ave. Dial 4772. ROOMS FOR LODGING AND ALSO LIGHT housekeeping. Light, heat, gas. Rem Reasonable. Free parking. Inquire 1111 8th Ave. FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH ALL CON- venlences.' Reasonable rent. Inquire 1807 VI 20th Ave. WARM, WELL FURNISHED ROOM, IN private family. Breakfast if desired. Inquire 2300 Broad Ave. 1502 7th AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED front room with alcove for light housekeeping. Opp. Junior High school. Dial 2-0450. 2 ROOMS, FURNISHED COMPLETE FOR light housekeeping, all modern conveniences. References. Children objectionable. Inquire 801 Chestnut Ave. EAST SIDE—FURNISHED KITCHEN AND bedroom, 1 or 2 adults, all conveniences Rent $18. Dial 2-2817. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR" LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. Icaulre 2400 6th Ave. LADIES OR GENTLEMEN. DAY OR week, all conveniences. Rent $2.50 wk up Inq. 801 Cbcstnul Ave. Dial 2-4688. I 1128 14th AVE.—2 NICELY FURNISHED rooms, private home, all convenelnces. Gentlemen only. Half block from Penn-AIto. BURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE FOR TWO all conveniences with or without ' Inquire 1812 13th Avu. IS FURNISHED ROOMS. SJNK IN en. Not suitable for children. SUB 6th 'Ave., Junlatd.
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