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\ 'y, r'f ,n^*"™ « ' ''V' 1 " 1 '* v/ 24 i ' THE ALTOONA MIRROR—WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13,- 192$ DISCUSS TYPES OF CITY GOVERNMENT County Managers, Regional Cooperation and Even City States Next In Order of Progress. lly OWKN I,. SrOTT Stiilf t'nrrrspomlcnt (Copyngm, 1928, liy Consnlldnted Press AsKoclntlon.) CHICAGO. Nov. 13.-Comity niiin- ''agora and regional coopnniti'm- -even "city states—arc noxt on tho order of ' progress In developing politlrnl units capiible of handling modern problems . of local government. . City managers already 1m vc "taken" .•With American communith'H, thn conference on improving government, now • being held here, Is convinced. .So far 1 430 cities hnve ndo|itnd the manager "plan and more than 7,000,000 city people "are living under Its provisions. Forty cities have been added to the roll since January, J9H8. Succe.is with tills modernized type of •municipal government has led the National Municipal league and other re• 'form groups to prcp.irc n model law ';for the- establishment, of county manager governments. The object nought -Is a consolidation of diverse activities .now carried on by disorganized units •> Of county governments. Hough inan- ''•ager .schemes have already been tried 'out by nine counties, four In Virginia '. and five in North Carolina. It Is In metropolitan areas, however, . •where the most far-reaching changes In government arc likely lo occur. There are in the United States seventeen regional cities with a population of more than 500,000 and a total popu- '^latlon of nearly 30,000,000. Many of 'these areas are hampered by lack of home rule and by oppressive tactics of dtato legislatures. This had led to the suggestion that some of the largest of the ureas attempt to break away and •et. themselves up as separate slates. The more practical suggestion heard among experts In government here, however, Is that regional organizations be established which can function without regard to city, county, or even • itato lines. Problems of police administration, ot ••highway construction, public works, f health control and zoning all could bo "tackled on tho basis of metropolitan ... area needs rather than on the oil lines „, of city and county organization. J'ilts- • burgh, where 122 governmental units " are trying to get together, forms one ramplo of this move toward regional ' planning, while New York, St. Louis, ' Cleveland and Chicago all are studying the possibilities. ProfcsEor Charles E. Merriam of the vTJnlversity of Chicago sees In the cstab- * llnhment of metropolitan areas, a de- v < cided step forward toward solving the s crime problem. "A metropolitan area police reserve :' could be set up, composed of picked y police officers from each force, and T these would be deputized for service In i all tho other jurisdictions. They would then bo assigned especially to melro- •'• polltan area service. •' "Likewise, a central area headquar- '• tera would be established to receive ru- ^ ports of all crimes committed through* out the area, to keep necessary records ,,", and aid local police forces in an emer- u gency, throwing in reserves wherever u any crime became an area matter. "Tho ultimate solution of the crime " problem, and It is bound to come, Is u the unifying of all area police forces ^ Into one system under one control. This • y will give coordination which will ma- Jjterlally check crime, particularly bandit i raids, gambling feuds and wholesale •» liquor running." * RECKLESS AUTO DRIVER '< IS KILLED BY SHERIFF AILEEN LAMONT'S STYLES OF TODAY By AfLKEN I,AMON'T, Staff Correspondent. (Copyright, 1929, by Altoona Mirror.) NEW YORK, Nov. 33.—It bus remained for the ingenious Paris milliner to think up a hnt which may be worn back to front, or front, to back, and look becoming either way. One of these versatile clmpeaux, by Guy foster, is of brown velvet with a Taelng of flesh colored ribbon. Thanks to faring at both back and front, and thunks also to great rhle in both quarters, it Is impossible to put this hat on hind side before, even In the Ritz bar, whore It was glimpsed. J.lttlo, Shoes. There seems to be n. vogue for while shoes among the youngsters along Park avenue. While washable calfskin is the material, and the styles include shoes that lace, shoes that button, oxfords find shoes with straps. It is the infant up to B years old ,who has adopted this style as a variation from thn usual shoes of black or brown. With apparent unconcern for nippy November, and with either sturdy health or rheumatism ahead, the elite youngster appears to spurn any stockings that come more than half way to the knee. BRITAIN'S ENVOY TO U. S. APPOINTED Sir Ronald Lindsay Will Come to Washington Next Year Upon Sir Esme Howard's Retirement. In Need of Ready Cash? Here's Help—See Money to Loan Ads LEGAL NOTICES •x^s^s*^^^^^V^^^N^*s^S^*^ rt s^X'^^ COUNTY ADVERTISEMENT CONCRETE PIPK Scaled proposals for Concrete Pipe as below npeclflcd will he received hy the County Controller at his office In the Court House, HollldayBburg, 1'a., until 11.00 o'clock a. m. November 20, 1929, and will he opened In the office of the County Commissioners at tho same hour. Bids shall be for furnishing and delivering f. o. b. Willlamsburg, Pa., three hundred nnrt twenty-four (324) lineal feet of eighty- one (81) sections of thirty (30) Inch reinforced Concrete Pipe In four (4) foot lengths. The above listed pipe shall meet Ihc Penn- iiylvnnln. State Highway Specifications In all its details. Each bidder will state dale of delivery. A certified check In the amount of twenty- five ($25.00) dollars shall accompany each bid ns a guarantee that the contract will he signed within ten (10) days from date of the award. All bids shall he eoaled and marked "Proposal for Concrete Pipe" and addressed to the County Controller, Blair County, Court House, Hollldayshurg, Pa. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Commissioners of Blair County this 12th day of November, 1929. M. T. BERINOER, Controller. LEGAL NOTICES "*'>X\*N^y*fc^****sSXV^'^'N^^^V THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO. 2fi6, of Hopewell, expects to do some Intensive repairing aid would like to have bids for same. There will be one or both buildings to put on additional Btory and one to be partloned for dwelling and persons Interested should meet the committee, Nov. 23, 1929, at 1.30 o'clock at the old brick schoolhouse at Elchelbcrger town. EDWARD SNYDER, Dictator. JNO. B. ARCQ, Sec't. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE In Re: Estate of Irene Brandt, late of AI- toona. Blair County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Take notice that Letters Testamentary .on the above estate having been Issued to the undersigned, all persons having claims or demand. 1 ! against the Bald estate are requested to make known tho same, and all persona Indebted to said decedent, to make payment to the undersigned without delay. MARGARET BRANDT CONNOR, Executrix, Slnnentahonlng, Cameron County, Pennsylvania. PAUL K. BEAVER, Esq., Attorney for Executrix, 1104 Twelfth Street. Altoona, Pennsylvania. (By United Press.) LONDON, Nov. 13.—Appointment of Sir Konald Lindsay to succees Sir Esme Howard as British ambassador at Washington, TJ. C., upon Sir Esme's retirement next year, was announced here last night. Sir Honald, who was undersecretary of state for foreign affairs, has had wide experience in the diplomatic service and Is well known In. the United States. Ho was In Washington during the Roosevelt and Wilson administrations. He married Martha Cameron, daughter of a former Pennsylvania nenator, In 1009. After her death, ho married Elizabeth Sherman Hoyt, daughter of the late Colgate Hoyt of New York. His diplomatic career started in 1898 and ho later served as ambassador to Turkey and Germany. Sir Robert Vanslttart, private secretary to Prime Minister MacDonald, will suceed Lindsay as under-secretary. Sir Robert accompanied the prime minister on his last visit to the United States. Sir Esmond Ovey, former minister to Mexico, and at one tlirio second secretary to tho embassy in Washington, was appointed ambassador to Moscow. The Labor government recently gained approval of tho house of commons for Us procedure in resuming diplomatic relations with soviet Russia. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT D. M. Nlsslcy of Taylor Township, Blair County, has, on the 2Bth day of September, 1929, sold to Herman O. Miller all personal property, livestock, equipment and machinery situate on farm near Ore Bill, Taylor Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania, and the machinery and equipment and livestock have been left on tho premises. All persons are warned that the same nre my property, and are not to interfere, receive or purchase the HERMAN 0. MILLER, 613 Fourth Avenue, Altoona, Pennsylvania, NOTICE In the matter of the paving of 27th Alley, between 3rd and 4th Streets, In the City of Altoona. Notice Is hereby given to all parlies In Interest that the City Engineer, as required by Ordinance, has prepared a schedule, showing the cost and expense of the foregoing Improvement, by an equal assessment of the property In proportion to the number of feet the same fronts on the line of said Improvement, and that the said Engineer will exhibit said schedule at the Council' Chamber, In City Hall, Altoona, Pa., on the 23rd day of November, A. D. 1929, at 10 o'clock a. m. H. J. BAUM, City Engineer. CARD OF THANKS X/V^VSX^>-*S^^^N^vXXXNX 1 S^/NXN/VS/'N^XN/X**. WE WISH, IN THIS MANNER, TO THANK our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us during the sickness and death of our wife and mother, Mrs. F. C. Williams. Also for beautiful floral tributes and use of cars. MR. F. C. WILLIAMS AND FAMILY. WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO express our thanks to the many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the Illness and death of our husband and father, Mr. Bruce Clemens. Also for the floral tributes and the use of all automobiles. HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. MORTICIAN. No A. STEVENS No Charge for Use of Memorial Chapel Funeral Director 1421 Eighth Ave. Phone 7552. STRIKING PUPILS RETURN TO SCHOOL Graf ton, W. Va., High Students Seek Investigation of Differences Between Superintendent and Principal. PERSONALS NXN/*v^N^V"W^V*V^^N/ MARCEL, ROUND CURL, SHAMPOO, WA- ter wave, each 50c. Miss Clara Metzgar, .opr., 1112 20th Ave. Dial 8802. HELP WANTED--FEMALE S^S^XVySXvyS^N^S/N^^N^w^XVXX^^.^^V*^^^N^ s - rt * STENOGRAPHER FOR PHYSICIAN'S OF- flce. Olvo experience. Apply In own handwriting. Write 5765-L, Mirror. WANTED—REFINED WIDOW TO KEEP house for refiner! widower. Write 5300-C, care Mirror. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK FOR family of three. Apply 1301 18th Ave. MIDDLE AOED WOMAN FOR GENERAL housework in family of 2 adults Reference. Dial 2-4744. LABORER WANTED FOR RESERVOIR stone crusher. Apply to E. L. Grannas, on job. SALE—MISCELLANEOUS S*^S*S*s*^S\^S*~*S*Sv^S^^S*s**/*s*^^>s**** JS5 ORTHOPHONIC VICTOR VICTROLA, 1 year old, with records. 2-9001. Price $40. Dial INSURANCE IN OLD-LINE, RELIABLE stock companies. Bldg. Louis Lelx, Union Bank RECONDITIONED NO. ' 5 UNDERWOOD typewriters, guaranteed, $40. New Royal Portables In attractive colors. » B. F. BARR, 1027 nth Ave. COAL (RENT—FURNISHED ROOJtr ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.78 NICELY FURNISHED FRONT RO'sMC WITH and up. 5773. All other kinds of hauling. Dial alcove, can be used f or" ifght"hmise'keep- Irg. Inquire 1502 7th Ave. QWIN COAL CO. OFFERS GWIN SPECIAL NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE coal and Miller coal, attractive prices. ,,J? r _." snt housekeeping. Inquire at 841 Also Madison $4. 1911 Margaret Ave. Phone 17th st 2-0104. FOR SALE— 1 TABLE MODEL ELECTRIC Ironer. Price $85. Terms if desired. J. E. Spence Electric Store, 1310 12th Ave. GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work. References. No phone calls. Apply 201B Pine Ave. GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work. No phone calls. Apply 2714 Maple Ave. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER AND stenographer to take charge of office. Splendid opportunity and excellent salary. None but experienced need fpply. Communicate In own handwriting to Mr. J. E. Blatchford, Mgr., Altoona Radio and. Electric Co., 1318 12th Ave. No phone calls or personal calls considered. All applicants must apply by letter. WANTED—3 WOMEN OF PLEASING PER- nonallty, between 28 and 40 years of age for semi-professional work. Good pay. steady work, short hours. No work Saturday. Please write S413-L. Mirror, giving address and telephone number. TRAP DRUM SET, IN FIRST CLASS condition. Will sell very reasonably as wncr Is leaving city. Also 31 volumes hls- orles Nations of World, 20o volume. In- uire 1108 17th Ave. Phone 2-5882. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. Must have experience, Call 2-0227. 101 Aldrlch Ave., Llyswen. EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR OENERAL housework. One who Is free lo make her home with the family. Ave. Dial 5589. Call at 1114 23rd FENCER CORSETS AND ABDOMINAL supports for dropped stomach, floating kld- eys, rupture, maternity and sprains. Mrs. Laura Valentine. Dial 2-1395. SALESMEN—AGENTS MAN OR WOMAN WANTED WITH AM- bltlon and Industry, to introduce and supply the demand for Rawlelgh's Household Products to steady users. Several fine open- Ings 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, Freeport, 111. EASY WASHER, A-l CONDITION. PRICE reasonable. Call at. 1813 llth Ave., be- ween 4 and 6 p. m. CHRISTMAS CARDS »7G-?100 INCREASED INCOME . Selling Hertel's Personal Greeting Cards? FOR SALE—KITCHEN CABINET, TWO washing machines, 3 stoves, four sewing machines, five round tables, six ice boxes, even bureaus and two double beds. Inquire at 709 8th Ave. ,, ELKTON, Md., Nov. 13.—A man, . laid to have been drinking iinil driving -, recklessly, was nhot and killed uftnr -• Ignorlnjj an order to halt, late ycnter- - day, it was irmdo Known today. 1 Harvey Crew, a^ud 32, of Elkton was " the victim of "SherlfC George C. Logan's :.' bullet. ,, The officer was acting on complaint •* of a woman motorist, wlio said «ho had r been forced ofL' the roml by Crew's car. >i Chase was given by several officers • when Crew's car passed the sheriff's 1 office. FURTHER DECLINE UN IRON AND STEEL • (By United Premi.) NEW YORK, Nov. 13.—"Henilnm:y Is I (till marked among iron and steel buyers and both new huslneHH and production have undergone a lurther fln- .. cllno," the Iron Age Market Summary PRIMARY BALLOTS REPORTED BURNED District Attorney Samuel H. Gardner of Allegheny County Unable to Obtain Evidence In Homestead. say tomorrow. "In the main," thn Nummary continues, "apprehension regarding the ' consequence of the stock market collapse, rather than actual evidence of adverse effects, explains thu altitude .,! Of the trade. "But this spirit is not universal. • Railroad buying i:i conspicuously gnud and tho requirements of farm r<{inp- : ' inent manufacturers continues to t;x- " pand. Structural fabricating shops and j ehlp yards, which are exceptionally : well booked, uro taking steel at a high .. rate. Manufacturers of stec'l pipe are .Bidding on an inquiry for 100,000 tons for a gas line to be laid by the Stand••'»rd Oil Company of California. "These indications of activity are counted on to restore general contidenco " y and to release tonnuuu now held IKICK Ii because of caution. Tha policy of buy;• era apparently is not duu to excessive : Inventories because tboru is still pivs- V cure for deliveries against steel on order and suspensions of shipments are ',' few and have come mainly from the *. motor car builders. "The importance of railroad demand ;j at tills juncture is especially evident at Chicago, where 75 per cent of the current specifications for finished steel are from the carriers ami equipment builders. Hull buying came earlier than, usual this year and much <>C the tonnage has been for fall shipment, to offset the reduced volume \ from other aources. "The concentration of tills rail tonnage, together with the large requirements of railroad car and locomotive builders, helps to explain the steel corporation's gain of 183,981 tons in unfilled orders in October. "The week's additions to rail bookings total 113,000 tons, of which 52,000 tons is for the Ctiicago and Northwestern, 23,000 tons 1'or tho Wabash, 15,000 tons for the Western Pacillc, 8,000 tons for the Kansas City Southern and the remainder miscellaneous lota. The Boston and Maine has entered the market for 20,000 tons, while the Southern Pacific it, expected to take early action on its inquiry for 120,000 tons. "Freight cars ordered thus far In 1929 number 85,000, in addition to which railroads have placed 9.000 cars with their own shops. Purchases for the year probably run well over 100.000 cars, which would be the largest lutul •ince 1924. The Boston and Maine has bought 1,500 cars, duplicating an order • of a few weeks ago, and the Union (Hy United Press.) PITTSBURGH. Nov. 13.—Evidence sought by District Attorney Samuel H. Gardner, to connect the men "higher up" with the alleged importation of "repeaters" in tho primary election in the Second ward, Hoir. -stead, has been burned, It has been Icv.rncd. According to County Detective David Troxler, ho said lie went to the office of Justice of tho Peace J. Clyde Miller yesterday to remove four ballot boxes to the district attorney's office and was told they had been burned. Recently confessions were made by Richard Durant and Joseph 6oyd Bennett, negroes, that they were hired to voto In different precinct's of the Second ward at the primary election. They said they were furnished the names under which they were to vote, and worn paid for each ballot. To verify details of (ho confession, a petition was presented by the district attorney In common pleas court, u.sldng permission to take possession of the returns in tho county commissioners' office of the boxes, containing the marked ballots and records prepared by tho election board. Tha contents of tho First, Second, Third and Fourth districts were destroyed the day before the general (ilec.tion, Drexlur said he learned in Homosteud. "Wo have struclc a snagji' accord- Ing to Andrew T. Park, first assistant district attorney, In thai-go of the investigation. "This Is holding up tho checkup of tho confessions." "The contents of tho ballot boxes had to be burned so that we could use tho boxes ut the general election," Justice of tho Peace Miller said last night. "There are no double set of ballot boxes furnished us by the county commissioners. We had to use the sanio ballot boxes Uvit were used at the primary election at the general election. This made It necessary to remove the contents from the boxes. This la tho custom that we have been following for years. There was no necessity for preserving the ballots." The election board of the Second ward delivered tho ballot boxes to Miller's office for safekeeping. Tho Second ward. Homestead, played an Important role in the senatorial iiiVfslicatlua communion, presided nvcr by Senator Waterman, which con- diictud un Inquisition into the election fraud charges In i-onni'ction with tha election of United States .Senator William S. Vuro. (By United Press.) GRAFTON, W. Va., Nov. 13.—The majority of 400 Grafton High school students who -went on strike for an Investigation of the alleged differences between the superintendent of schools and the high school principal were reported returned to their classes today in spite of the presence of pickets armed, with paddles near the school building. With thd enthusiasm of the noisy throng which paraded the streets carrying banners gone, tho students one by ono ran the gauntlet of "paddle pickets" to report back in class. Charles Burke, a member of the school board, said there could be no meeting of the school board in response to the ultimatum issued by the four class presidents before Thursday. The students had demanded an immediate investigation of the disqualification of ten star football players last week and also of reported differences between Superintendent H. A. Rice and Principal E. M. Tomllnson. Ono huge banner at the head of the parade demanded a new superintendent or none at all. The principal was given a vote of confidence a week ago when a similar strike threatened, according to student leaders. C. F. Schroeder, Jr., president of tho High School Alumni association, declared last night: "I have talked with members of the Alumni association and all feel that the board of education must meet immediately and take steps to remedy the existing unsatisfactory order of things." LE MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $5, with netting marcel 35c. Manicure 35c. Finger wave 50c. Dial 4213. REMOVAL NOTICE MRS. JEAN VAUGHAN Beauty Salon removed from 1411 llth Ave. to Suite 341 and 342, Ihlrd floor, CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. Elevator Service. Phone 2-5636. WANTED— FORNITURE, CLOTHING, PA- pers and books. Our demands are heavy. 710 8th Ave., Salvation Army. Phone 2-3730. DO YOU SELL? DO YOU WANT TO sell? We have a spare time course of study that will Increase your earnings. Terms of payment to suit you. Write to International Correspondence Schools, Koom 41, Goldschmld Bldg. SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MA8- sagc. Dr. Kruse system. Dial 2-7635 for appointment. Mrs. Chas. S. Casner. SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICE— — 710 8th Ave., will help you eliminate flre hazard by removing your waste papers, ragu, etc. Dial 2-3736 and an official truck, will call for your donation. Weekly pay. Experience unnecessary. $10 outfit free. Hertcl Co., 318 W. Washington St., Dept. 1113, Chicago. LOOK OUT! YOU'LL HAVE CAUSE TO groan with dismay — unless you read classified ads every day. Situation Wanteth-Female EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS DESIpES work in alteration room. Write 11B6-D, Mirror. • WOMAN WITH 8-YEA.RJ3LD GIRL, wishes housekeeping for widower. Write 5110-C, care Mirror. YOUNG LADY WITH TWO CHILDREN OF school age, desires position as. housekeeper for widower. Answer, giving full particulars. Any reasonable offer accepted. Write 1115-D, Mirror. jHiJHfcssyi^^ We Recommend CLABAUGH'S BARBER AND BEAUTY Shoppo, 310 19th St. Nov. special mar- LOST—FOUND >^\^VS^X^V>^VX>NXsyVs/N^ SEIBERLING CORD TIRE 34x7, LOST BE- tweon Leamersvllle and Bedford. Notify Frclliofer Baking Co., 903 28th St. TIRE, RIM AND COVER, LOST SAT., probably on 7th Ave., between 1st and 7th Sta. Dial 6543. Reward.- LOST—BLACK MALE HOUND, ABOUT 16 In. tall. License 8921. Answers to "Jinx." Finder please Dial 2-1087. LOST—PINK AND WHITE BABY PILLOW, last Wednesday noon between Harrison Ave. and Kettle St. and 1st Ave, and Lloyd St. Finder please Dial 2-0830. BLACK HAND-BAG, LOST IN LORD'S dress iiliop on Sat. Contains money, vanity, etc. Reward. Dial 2-0958. BROWN LEATHER BILL FOLD, CONTAIN- Ing sum of money pass and other receipts. Reward. 031 27th St. Dial 2-8103. BLACK AND WHITE FOX TERRIER. AN- Bwers to "Toddy," lost Saturday near market. H. W. Franklin, 1532 4th St. Dial 2-6049. Reward. FOUR MORE CASES RAISE_SAME ISSUE By ItOIIKKT MACK, Stall Correspondent. (Copyright, 1020, by Consolidated Presi Association.) WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 13.— Just when tho court of appeals hero figured It has reduced the number of radio cases pending boforo it to an even dozen by deciding four appeals, four more cases have been lllcd with it, all raising the samo new issue. How far the federal radio commission may go In switching the assignments of stations without prior hearings is one of the Issues. Tho other raises tho question whether, by reducing the service area of a station, tho commission, in effect, has denied that station a renewal of its previous license. Appearing before the court In a now capacity, Louis G. Caldwell of Chicago, the commission's former general counsel, tiled the appeals. Three are identical, involving small stations In tho Chicago urea which have been shoved to the top of the broadcast band on a rather confusing time-sharing arrangement. The fourth is on behalf of station WTMJ, operated by the Milwaukee! Journal, which claims the commission has drastically reduced its service urea by assigning other stations to tho channel on which it operates. But tlm main contention. In all four appuuta is that the commission hu.s ordered changes in station assign- MAN'S POCKBTBOOK, LOST BETWEEN Canan station and Altoona, or Altoona and Bell wood; contained 2 $20 bills and nmall change. Reward of J10 If returned to Quit Refining station at Canan station, THE PARTY WHO TOOK BOSTON'BULL, by name of "Pat" yesterday noon from yard at 118 2nd Ave., is known. Unless returned at once prosecution will follow, No questions asked. Dial 2-5100. The 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. ^ Sheet Metal Work Rooflng—Spouting—Metal Ceilings H. SABATHNE &SON 708 Eighth Ave. Dial 6812. TWO SALESMEN To call on genera] merchants to cover Blair county. Must have good reference and a cur. We pay you while being trained. Call on Mr. S. Winkler, Colonial hotel. MIDDLE AOED MAN, ONE WHO IS tamlllnr with electrical appliances and capable of handling men. For such a man we have a real paying proposition. We also have an opening for a young man over 21 years of ago Bee Mr. Dletz, appliance department, B to 11, Penn Central Llfht and Power Company. IT IS DESIRED TO INTERVIEW ON Wednesday a few men of outstanding union ability; of aggreaxivu and progressive type and ones of financial responsibility who can furnish references of the highest order, with the Idea of fastening upon tho services of a typical business mnn for the opening or a branch of the Hickman-Bryant Corporation, Inc., now the fastest growing organization In Washington, D. C. We have patented the l»'Bt form of weather-proofing culled "WEATHER-LOX" which seals double hung windows at 1-3 the cost of the old ntyle weatlu-r-strlji. If you desire going Into the fastest growing and most profitable business In (be country today I shall be at I ho William Pcnn hotel. Ask for Mr. E. B. SwiillcH." KEYSTONE Armature Works 1814-16 Union Avenue, Altoona. Phone 2-6742. Armature Wlndlnp, Motor Repairing, Winding Fields, Colin, Electric Magnets, Motors, Generators, Elevators, Machine Works. Concrete and Cinder Call East Side Coal & Supply Co. 812 Sth St. Dial 8175. GUARANTEED CARPENTER REPAIRS done on short notice. Also garages. Reasonable rates. D. E. Salsglver. Dial 2-0152 THINK OF THE PLEASURE On a cold frosty night—whole house cozy and warm with a Front Rank Steel Warm Air Furnace. Cull and we will gladly give estimate. Dial 2-6145. J. W. SHOENFELT 881 17th Street. ROOFING—WE APPLY AND REPAIR ALL kinds. Repair .work done on ehorl notice Woomer & Glarth. Dial 4981. X>R SALE — REPOSSESSED WASHERS, These washers will give Price $76. Terms If de- good na new. ears of service. ircd. J. E. Spence Electric Store, 2th Ave. 1310 ,UMBER—FLOORING. SHEATHING, Inch, Dial 5230 after 6 p. m. 2x4 'ORD TRUCK, $20; CHEVROLET CAR, $20; five galled saddle mare. $3o, sound nd gentle. Safe for children. Will trade or cow, Shetland pony, feed or anything , , lee. Trammel, Buckhorn road, rom Altoona. miles 3 ORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH style chair seating, chair caning of all Inds. Also rag rug and carpet weaving. Work called for and delivered. .Weaving Works, 2119 6th Ave. Dial 2-8513. . iUNRAY GAS RANGE, TOY TEA WAGON, doll sulky, large size brass doll bed, In- uire 615 12th St..or Dial 2-0561. 00 LB. BANTA REFRIGERATOR, PR. computing scales, McCaskey System. In- .ulro 100 E. Sth Ave. Phone 3-0409. FOR SALE—HALL RACK, GO-CART AND combination gaa range. Very reasonable. Dial 2-7768. FOR SALE CHEAP—6-BURNER RED STAR oil range. Dial 8267. VICTROLA AND 60 RECORDS FOR SALE cheap. Inquire 2017 12th Ave. BLANDBURG COAL AND SUPPLY CO. Export Coal $4.25 Madison Egg Prepared $4.00 Madison 4 In. Lump $4.00 Driver collects. ' Dial 2-5298. DOUGHERTY, RUSTY LUMP, C PRIME coal. Best grade. Pick mined. $3.75 ton In 2-ton lots or more. Dial 6067. TRUCKS LOADED PROMPTLY; WHIT- bred's klinkerlcss coal mines. Holds fire. Ask your coal mnn or Dial 9083. COAT, Stands the highest tent for heat of nny cnnl on the mountain. City weigh bill. Collect on delivery, $3.78 ton, 4-ton lots or more. Phono 2-2318. BEST GRADES OF MOUNTAIN COAL— Special on Page and Rusty coal. Coal guaranteed. L. R. Gepbart. Dial G900. COAL—MOUNTAIN COAL—2-TON LOTS or more. Full weight. Quick delivery. Call Bell phone 2-8514. A. L. GARMAN, WHOLESALE AND RE- tall dealer of Klondyke coal. Ask your truck driver or Dial 2-0887. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.75 and up. Kindling wood and general hauling. Dial 2-8407. K. Zach. MOUNTAIN COAL— ALL KINDS. RUSTY Lump, 1, 2, 4 ton lots, $3.75, $4.00, $4.25. Put In same day. Dial 5880. RUSTY LOUDON COAL, J4.00 IN 2-TON lots. Single ton $4.25. Glen White, $4.00, ton up. . ton $2.25. Dial 2-3825. MONEY TO LOAN You Are Entitled To QUICK—COURTEOUS—PRIVATE SERVICE Our's is just that on .LOANS up to 5300 Come in—phone—or write I AMERICAN LOAN CO. ' . Room 308 Grant Building • Third Floor 1412 Eleventh Avenue ALTOONA, PA. Telephone Dial 2—6-9-6-2. Open 8:30 to 5—Saturday 8:30 to 1 —LICENSED BY THE STATE— $650 PLAYER PIANO, MAHOGANY CASE, 24 rolls music, bench, free delivery. $278 Terms $2.50 a week. .F. A. NORTH, 1112 llth St. MONEY TO LOAN $9,700—on Improved property In amounts to suit borrower—$9,700. WALTER J. HENRY. .Commerce Bldg. Phone 6200. $2,000 TO INVEST ON IMPROVED PROP- erty In 'amounts to suit borrower. G. Nevln Dively, 1321 llth Ave. 4 SECTION, NATIONAL RADIATOR BOIL $4,000 TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP- erty In amounts to suit borrowers. Ashton B£JV_> l±\Ji.1t llf^l l\Jl1Jt*U Jbm^m.1 \J Jb XJV^AU- _, .- ... t-1n All U O* TT 1IU er, good as new; 5,000 It. of scaffold lum- Gardner, Atty., 510 Allegheny St., Hollldays^ ber, 2,000 pavement brick, 40 chairs, 2 steel DUr B- ' beams and 2 large lighting fixtures. Sell at I • bargain. Dial 2-9803. First Evangelical church, corner 6th Ave. and llth St. KITCHEN RANGE, IN GOOD CONDITION. Will sell reasonably. Ave. Inquire at G12 1st HARDMAN UPRIGHT, EBONY CASE. This will make someone a good practice piano. $45. $1.50 per week. F. A. NORTH CO.. 1112 llth St. SALE—FURNITURE ALL KINDS OF SECOND HAND FURNI- ture and stoves. Inquire S. S. Over, 3602 6th Ave. I Business and Office Equipment AJtoona Plate Glass Co. Pool tables, cash registers, wall cases, show cases, iceless soda fountains, purchased through sheriff sales. Bargain for quick buyer. All size auto glass. 724 Green Ave. Dial 8886 or 2-7300. WOLF FURNITURE CO. OFFERS UN- usual good bargains In their trade-in der partment on credit. Battery operated radios, $5; vlctrolas, good condition, $5 up; electric radio sets, $50 up; Victor vlctrolas, console type, very special at $39.50. See and hear tha new Victor Radio at Wolf's. ANTIQUE .THREE PIECE BEDROOM suite, solid walnut; brown reed sulky. Cheap. Dial 2-2718. COMBINATION RANGES We have 50 Combination Coal and Gas Ranges from $10 to $25. QUALITY FURNITURE CO., 905-07 8th Ave. Dial 2-8356. W. S. AARON, 1429 12th AVE. Used Furniture Dept.—Worth While Prices. White porcelain gas range with side oven and broiler, $34; six piece fibre living room suite, $35; Sellers kitchen cabinet, $35; six burner oil range, $10. BOARDING s**s<*s^^s**r*r^*s**s WANTED—TWO MEN TO ROOM AND board In private family. Home comforts. At 412 E. Walton Ave., on state road. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. Clean and reasonable. Inquire 411 14th St. Dial 2-1704; 1223 14th AVE.—2 NICELY FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping, all conveniences. Use of phone. Dial 2-0291. 1128 14th AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED rooms, private home, all conveniences. Gentlemen only. % block from Penn-Alto. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOU3E- keeplng. 2-9349. Inquire at 1330 12th Ave. Dial FURNISHED APARTMENTS ^NxN/SX^S^NXSX^NXWXvSXN/VNX>X\^^w^XV*\^^^ 2 AND 3-ROOM FURNISHED APTB. FOR light housekeeping. Private bath, all conveniences. Inquire 105 E, Willow Av«. COMPLETELY FURNISHED APTS.—2 TO 5 rooms, private bath. Maid service dally to bachelors. Inquire 608 10th St. APT. FOR RENT—3 ROOMS AND- BATH, In good condition. Phone 6462. Inquire 001 8th Ave. 3-ROOM FURNISHED APT,, PRIVATE EN- trance, all conveniences. 407 6th Ave., Junlata, or Dial 2-1260. LARGE FURNISHED APARTMENT, 1119 13th Ave. Also garage. Wm. Hahman, P. O. Box 3, Altoona, Pa. FOR RENT—APARTMENT IN LLYSWEN. Large, new, completely furnished—laundry, garage, etc. Dial 2-6072 for full particulars. Unfurnished Apartments •S^w^^S/N^^XV^^NX-v^xs^XS^N^^/N^^XVXV^ APARTMENT, THREE ROOMS, STEAM heat, hot water, gas range, locker, laundry. Low rent. Dial 2-7497. BRETH APTS., 82B 7th AVE.i- 3 ROOMS, heat and gas range, newly papered. Rent $20. Dial 2-5092 or 9029. SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT, 5 ROOMS and bath. Hot water heat, front and back porches. Inquire at 1709 or 15 7th Ave. APARTMENT,. 610 2nd ST., JUNIATA, B rooms, bath, gas, porches, yard. Rent |22. Inquire 1107 llth Ave. WAYNE APT. BLDG., 1106 18th ST.. 3 rooms, bath, beat, all conveniences. Dial 2-7993. KANE APARTMENT, 1513 13th AVE., tEC- ond floor, 3 rooms, bath, porch, gas range. Rent $25. Dial 8428. 4 ROOMS AND BATH, PORCH, SECOND floor, all conveniences, Including heat. Inquire 1600 5th Ave., first floor. 2303 8th AVE.—APARTMENTS, 4 AND B rooms. Bath, heat, laundry, ail modern conveniences Inquire 711 23rd St, 206 5th AVE., JUNIATA, 4 ROOMS AND bath. Hot water heat furnished. Reasonable rent. Dial 2-7519. 1211 15th ST.—GLENHURST APT., 4 rooms, bath, hardwood fiqors, shades, kitchen fully equipped. Inquire above address, Apt. No. 2. ELIZABETH APTS., 2015 BROAD AVE., 5 rooms, bath, fire, sound proof, elevator, lanitor service, well heated. Here flre is much less hazardous than In any other apartment. Dial 2-3673. CALVERT APARTMENT, 2507 W. CHEST- nut Ave. 1st and 3rd floor, warm, comfortable, seven, four rooms. Fireplace porches, laundry. Bargain. COZY 4-ROOM APARTMENT, PRIVATE bath and porch. Heat, light, gae and •Huge furnished. Inquire 2301 llth Avt. RENT—Unfurnished Rooms «^*VS/*\XNXN*'syN^\yN^s*NXN^s^^s^sXS/"v'S^-^^"N^Xv TWO UNFURNISHED ROOM FOR LIGHT Inquire 'housekeeping. $12 per month. 1621 21st Ave. Dial 2-0205. TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT APARTMENT, 9 ROOMS AND BATH, AND 4 rooms and bath. 2-9446. 3957 6tb Ave. Dial SUITE OF ROOMS AT ORMOND BEACH, Fla., for the winter' season, suitable " three or four persons. Wm. Hahman, Box 3, Altoona, Pa. 5EACH, J .ble for i i, F. O. ~'*\ GLEICHERT APT., 1314 16th AVE. . One modern Apt. of 5 rooms, bath, »un porch, back porch, hardwood floors. Shades housekeeping, all Improvements. 6723. Inquire 213 8tn Ave., Junlata. n? B i I furnished. Curtain and drapery rods in place. Inquire Carl H. Gleichert, 1516 13th St. ana anty, QT i <-iui?i?m?rTT pnnn,r« ' APT., 3 ROOMS AND BATH, OR 5 ROOMS kitchenette and bath ^leat imSshed I and batn ' Lar s e "Bht rooms, every con- Kitcnenette and Datn._ Heat lurnisnea. l- vcnlence nent reasonable. Dial 2-5795 or Rent $23. Young couple. Inquire 882 26th St. 1004 18th Ave. ANGLO PERSIAN RUGS, VICTROLA, DAY bed, Invalid's commode, china and other household articles. Inquire 1305 9th St. PARCHMENT LAMP SHADES. SPECIAL at $1.10. Oak library table In good condition. W. W. BABCOCK, 1312 12th Ave. NEWLY FURNISHED, LIGHT, AIRV rooms, all conveniences; well neated. Price i COZY APARTMENT, JUNIATA, 909 4th Ave., second floor, 4 rooms, bath and porches. Heat and all conveniences. "Dial 5767 or 5821 , $3 up. 1502 or 1502% 13th St WELL' FURNISHED SLEEPING 2101 W, CHESTNUT AVE.— 5-ROOM apartment. Best residential section. Hard- ROOM, wood floors, heat, all Improvements. Apply- all conveniences. Best residential section, on premises. Phone 2-3937. in private home. Inquire 2004 W. Chest- I —; nut Ave. I $05.00—2706 W. CHESTNUT AVE., 6 I rooms, bath, hardwood floors, electric refrig- 2507 BROAD AVE.—3 NEWLX FURNISHED rooms wit! private bath, for light housekeeping.' ' Light, gas and heat furnished. Dial 2-0780. FOR SALE' OR TRADE FOR CATTLE, late Nash Fcdan, A-l condition, new rubber. Inquire or write Mr. James, 2204 Beale 2627 Broad Ave. Dial 4772. Ave., rear. FRESH GUERNSEY AND A FRESH HOL- stein cow. Inquire of H. Miller, 2808 Washington Ave. Dial 2-8022. FOR SALE—DOGS-PETS RABBITS FOR SALE. INQUIRE AT 1726 32nd Ave. or phone Rural 42-R2. LARGE, WELL FURNISHED FRONT room In modern home. Splendid section; refined business man Reference. Inquire ONE FURNISHED FRONT BEDROOM, ALL conveniences, la private family. Dial 2-8069. ONE FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. FOR business man. All conveniences. Telephone service. Inquire 1810 12th Ave. erator. 547.00—2402 Broad Ave, 5 rooms, tile hath. $35.00—1211 8th Ave., 1st floor, 6 rooms, bath, heat and shades. $33.00—2603 Sth Ave., a rooms, batt), neat. $30.00—901 Sth Ave., 5 rooms, bath, heat and shades. $23.00—2923 Pine Ave., first floor duplex, four rooms, bath, one car garage. $20.00 807 Bell Ave,, iimi ana 3rd floors. $19.00—1006 Sth Ave., 3 rooms, bath and heat. | McVEY-FARIS (JO.. Central Trust Bldg. Dial 7128 ROOMS, FURNISHED FOR SLEEPING AND light housekeeping, all conveniences. Inquire 1114 18th St. 0-MONTH OLD BRINDLE ENGLISH BULL ' COMFORTABLE, NICELY FURNISHED dog for sale cheap. Ave. Dial 8724. Inquire rear 717 3rd WANTED TO BUY sleeping rooms. Reasonable rent. Con- Inquire 1407 venlencea and use of phone. 12th St. or Dial 2-4053. 901 HOWARD AVE.—2 COMMUNICATING I of phone. Rent reduced. Dial 2-6171. jath. enclosed front porch and all conveniences, $35; also apartment at $30: Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m 2-8160. ONE VACANCY IN ALTOONA'S MOST UP- to-date apartment, Don-Yell. Dial 2-9477. DESIRABLE ROOMS AND BATH WOOD OR POLE SAW. ALSO EXTRA j FURNISHED ROOM, IN PRIVATE FAM- pulley. A. Tremmel, R. D. 2, Box 167-D, COAL SEALFON COAL CO. Quality coal, honest weight. 2209 Union Ave. Dial 8908 or S210. RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR HAVING retail store experience. Unusual opportunity for big paying weekly earnings. Splendid future advancement. Fagley-Halpen, II.'jOl, Philadelphia, Pa. Tank Car company ba« "1,000." purchased DEDICATORY PROGRAM AT PENNHURST SCHOOL POTTSVILLE, Pa Nov. 13.— Pennhurst school, located near Spring City, today dedloiiti-d It.s new building, erected by the gtate at a cost of $150,- rcpreaentativea of 000. State offlciala, many educational institutions throughout the state, and trustees of the school, were attending. J. Hibbs Buckman of Philadelphia, president ot the board of trustees, made a formal presentation of the structure to the institution. Albert H. Super, superintendent of Hie institution, made the acceptance speech. More than half a million birds were imported into America last year, the majority of which were canaries. More than 1,000 ol these were shopped in every day. DO YOU WANT PLEASANT OUTDOOR work? Pay weekly. Selling experience unnecessary. Guaranteed products. Ro- I'hiMter Nurserlos, Inc., Leland C. Brpwn, Pres., Rochester, N. "Y. Walking Products In Altoona. Customers „",, ,i.,im. it i i-iitnbllshpd. Excellent opportunity for right M> doing, it man Burnings ovcr $40 weekly!. Write H. K. Bordeaux, 231 Johnson Ave., Newark, REAL JOBS OPEN-AUT8 AND AVIA- tion fields. Earn J40 to $100 per week. Real opportunity. Write today for big free book and remarkable tuition offer. Mc- Swfeny Auto and Aviation Schools, 1600 McSweeny Bldg., Cleveland, O. ments, affecting tho appellant sla- I KELIABLE T PARTY WANTED TO tlons, without lirst holding hearings, j as required by law. IH contended, tho commission, in el feet, bus denied the stations renewal N. J. of their previous broadcasting licenses. Tho three Chicago area stations are WEHS, at Evanston, III., Wiil-'C, Cleero, 111., and WKKI, Chicago. They now operate on 1,310 kilocycles, but under the regional shift ordered by tho commission recently to allow station WCFL, at Chicago, full time, they are assigned on the 1,500 kilocycle channel, to share time, effective at tho end of tho month. But tliu confusing element is that they may not operate when stations WJA'/i, or WSOA, all 6,000 stations, assigned to 1,480 kilocycles, are on the uir. The meager separation between this channel and tho 1.500 kilocycle channel would cause abominable interference to Chicago listeners if the stations were operated simultaneously. INJIKIK.S 1'ItOVK FATAL. NEW KENSINGTON, Nov. 13. ~ Rudy Yaletiz. aged 4t>. of Harmarville died in the Citizens General hospital hero last night from injuries received while at work in the Harmarville mine of tha Consumers Coal Co. Oct. 8. MEM We can use several men In Western Pennsylvania. Selling experience helpful but not absolutely necessary. These positions will pay from $70 to $120 per week to men who qualify. SEE W. R. TAYLOR, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Thursday, Wm. Penn Hotel. AMBITIOUS BOY TO WORK IN FRUIT and vegetable market. Apply afternoons, 702'12th St., with references. WANTED—BY THE LARGEST DISTRIBU- tor In Central Pennsylvania, 2 salesmen. 30 years of age or over, married. Must liave a pleasing personality, good character, willing to work under suporvlKlon. Call and let us explain the best sales proposition In Altoona. Experience not necessary. later- views between 7-9 p. m.. ]3H 12th Ave. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN WITH CAR. Must be able to travel. Salary, commission and expenses. Call at the MarUnsburg hotel Wed. afternoon between 2-5 p. m. or any evening this week between 7-9. Inquire Xot Mr. Morrif, PAINTING—PAPERING PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING— First class work by experienced men. Estimates cheerfully furnished. J. B White, 217 E. Crawford Ave. Dial 2-6002. S, A. HITE &SONS Dependable House Palntinf. Wall Paper of Distinction. 2510-14 Seventh Ave. PAINTING AND INTERIOR DECORATING. I paint anything that is paintable. I have also some antique flower crocks on hand. Dial 8471. J. L. Diamond, 3419 6th Ave. - LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING with largest padded van. Reasonable prices. Bryan, 104 E. 3rd Ave. Dial 6946. PEOPLE'S COAL CO. 730 <llh STREET. PHONl'J 2-7777. HARD COAL, EGG, STOVE AND NUT. 511.75. KEYSTONE MADISON SCREEN ANJJ EGG PREPARED. '$4.00. MILLER RU8TX LUMP AND DXSART. $3.75. COLLECT ON DELIVERY SERVICE FUEL CO. TELKPHONES 2-3501 OR 2-0818 MORE TONS: OAL, EGG. OR NUT $11.76 -ON SCREENED LUMP $3.90 MADISON. EGG AND NUT $3.90 MILLER SPECIAL MINE RUN $3.30 DRIVER COLLECTS IN ALL CASES. 2 DAYS REQUIRED TO DELIVER. COAL! COAL! COAL! Loudon, Page and McNeils. Special rusty Bukci- and Delaney Black Diamond, $3.76 Pe.f ton. A. 8. McGraw. 231B 7tb Ave. Dial BURN LAUREL RUN LUMP COAL HIGH in heat, low in ash. No clinkers. $3.75 ton delivered. Phone 2-4380. Office only at 287 oth Ave. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.75 and up. Also kindling wood. Prompt delivery. Dial 2-6927. KILLINGER — LOCAL AND LONG Distance moving. Experienced piano work. Contract hauling by day or hour. Dial 2=0716. ASHES, RUBBAGE, PAPER AND GARB- age hauled from restaurants and store* especially. Dial 2-S807. MOVING—LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE, with largest padded vans In city. Piano moving, crating furniture and storage in Oreproot building. J. H. McKe«. office 826 19th St Dial 2-6016. LONG DISTANCE MOVING. PADDED van. Storage, separate booths. Fireproof Bldg. Rine's 619 3rd Ave. Dial 5510—2-1261. MOVING—MOTOR VAN SERVICE TO ANY point. Local and long distance^ Moving by padded vans. Also trucks on contract. Filer's Transfer, 1808 4Ui Ave. Dial 2-8739. Of(ic« phono 7779. McGuire Special And All Grades Of Coal. 915 19tb Street. 1 nuwAtvu AVJU.— 6 ^ummunxvv/v i iiiw . L>rjaj.KAJ5Jjci A^iCJ.. '1 J\vwi»io t\ivu on.m rooms, second floor, all conveniences, Use , ami 5 rooms and bath. Centrally located. - • • • Janitor service. Dial 2-7914. 516 7th AVE.—5 ROOMS AND BATH. HOT water heat, porch, shadfs, range. Dial 2-0714 or 7276. lly, all conveniences. Ave, Inquire 2227 Broad ROOMS FOR LODGING AND ALSO LIGHT housekeeping. Light, heat. gas. Rent Reasonable. ~ ""Ave. Ig. AJlgllL, llCdb, t*UB, Avb... Free parking. Inquire 1411 Sth 3-ROOM APT. FOR RENT. HOT WATER heat, electric light furnished. Inquire Brunswick Apt., Sth Ave and 10th St. , —— | 3 ROOMS, BATH, PORCH, PRIVATE EN- f 1221 14th AVE.—LARGE, PLEASANT trance, gas range, linoleum in kitchen. front room, kitchenette furnished for house- Garage,, $15. Inquire 1601 16th St. keeping, all conveniences. Adults. i S i5oND FLOOR APARTMENTTiTs TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. Rent very reasonable. Inquire 2400 6th Ave. TWO LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping, all conveniences. Rent ?6. Inquire 3522 6th Ave. Dial 2-2748. APARTMENT, 113 6th Ave., 4 rooms and bath, all conveniences. Inquire above address. 2301 7th AVE.—FIVE ROOMS, BATH. $20. 1307 14th Ave.—First floor, ttve rooms, bath. $30. 1307 16th Ave.—First floor, flve rooms, 815 17th ST.—TWO ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, with use of living room. bath. $22. bath. $40. 311 2nd Ave.—First floor, Rent reasonable. Call after 6.30 p. m, 814 7th AVE.—2 FURNISHED ROOMS, suitable for light housekeeping, all conveniences. Use of phone. flve rooms. 311 2nd Ave.—Second floor, four rooms, bath, $20. JOHN KILCOYNE, Realtor—Insurance, 1118 14th St Dial 2-31SS i 407 HOWARD AVE.—2nd FLOOR APT., -I 2 ROOMS, ALL CONVENIENCES, SINK, I rooms and bath, all conveniences, larg< refrigerator an-1 gas range. Phone 2-7082. front and back porches. Reasonable rent. Inquire 1st floor, 1013 Chestnut Ave. 2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, HOT WATER heat, private entrance. Use of laundry. Inquire 408 3rd Ave. APARTMENTS. 2 OF 3 ROOMS AND . i bath, all Improvements, one furnished. 1022 LEX. AVE.—2 LARGE FURNISHED Also 4-room house at 612 22nd St. Also 0- rooms for light housekeeping. Will rent room house at 991 28th St. Inau"~ at 2509 separately. All conveniences. Dial 2-7723. . W. Chestnut Ave. or Dial 2-836*. FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOR TWO, FIRST FLOOR APT., NEXT TO BROAD all conveniences, with or without board. Inquire 1812 13th Ave. Ave. Presbyterian church, 4 rooms, front side porches, newly papered, all modern improvements. AdulU only. Dial 6991. 1016 MARGARET AVE.—2 FURNISHED rooms, all conveniences. Use of phone. 5141,;, nth AVE.—3 ROOMS near shop district. Dial 2-9366. .. . . . AND BATH. Gas range, beat and blinds furnished. Rer* — $20f month. Inquire J. H. Keefer. 624 6tli OR Ave. LADIES OR GENTLEMEN, DAY week, all conveniences. Rent $2.so wk. up. Inq. 901 Chestnut Ave. Dial 2-4886. UPPER DUPLEX, 1231 17th AVE., 6 • • „ rooms and bath. Range, blinds and lino- TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, ALL ] e um furnished. Garage. Dial 2-1383. conveniences fpr light housekeeping. Not . suitable for children. Call at 2213 10th St. I'hone 637X I BURN PAGE COAL Get Our Weigh Bill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. J-hon* Bural 21U2»/' or phone 2-8736. WARM, WELL LIGHTED ROOM IN PRI- vate home, all conveniences. Attractive location. Garage. Dial 2-5810. I RENT—HOUSES LARGE, CHEERFUL ROOM. WELL HEAT ed, nest to bath. Suitable for 1 or 2 gen tleincn. Good location. Inquire 2531 811. Ave. Dial 2-7798 323 7th AVE.—5-ROOM HOUSE; ALSO 11H 4th Ave., 5-room house, newly papered. Dial 2-5092 or 9029 VESTWOOD PARK—& ROOMS, CONVEN- iences. Ideally situated. Rent $20 per —. •r.ontb. Inquire 1321 llth Ave., C. A. Auker. , PLEASANT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN. SOUTH LAKEMONT STATION. 4-ROOM I private home, all conveniences. Fine lo- house, gaa, water, light, heat. bath. Kent ciii in. Breakfast and garage II desired. $18. Garage If wonted. DIaJ 8-58W. 200 Dial 2-0033. , Logan Av«., LaltemOBt,

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