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NEW THREE-CENT ORDINANCE PROVIDES THAT COMPANY TURN OVER TO CITY ALL REVENUES IN EXCESS OF 7 PER CENT ON ACTUAL INVESTMENT. Anew solution us the street railway question wuh sprung uu Hu* couuuou council In iltt iuitial meeting. Tuesday evening. by Aid. Vernor. The latter i» one ut tin* old Plngree regime war horses, and he declared lust summer, before becoming a candidate for elec tion. ihtkl he believed a fair settlement could be reached b> a rearrangement of (he Much it la a radical franchise proposition In inauy ways, and differs In poiuts from any heretofore offered. Vernor has spent six years In reuchiug this result and lie hopes li.ut his ordinance will be considered o> tne Ureltmeyer committee lu leaching u settlement. IK* refined to allow It to be sent to a committee but Insisted that the ordi nance lie on the table for the presem and be tuben up luter In committee of the whole. i'he provisions of the ordinance, in Lrlef are that the rate of tare snail be five tickets for Ifi cents; that tne company shall do ml paving, inai ihe city may purchase the plant at the expiration of (he franchise; that itic company's earnings, over 7 per cent on the actual Investment, shall be turned over to the city. The term is Jo >cars and a com plete rearrangement of the lines to lur nish better service and do uwuy with i plication of lilies is provided for. is proposed to submit the ordinance a vote of th** people aim llieu give e D I’. K. a chance 10 accept It; lliug in that, other oouipuuies would asked by adv ert lsement to bid fur e traction privilege. Uood service I* one of the muin pro dons, the stipulation being that ough cars shall be provided so that t more than 20 per cent of the peo » inside a car may be compelled to ind and that all may have seats unt ie the two-uiile circle. A unique clause provides that tickets may he s»|ld cheaper than three cents ea< n but without transfer privileges. furs are tequlred to be clean and i quipped with all safety upplium es and seven minute* per mile is given as the running speed; a ventilating system for < urs is also provided for. Suburban cars are lo be run under ihu provisions of the ordinance. Schedules must be placed in each car. The company is required to use girder rails, to sprinkle tracks during the warm months and to remove snow in other months. All operating cm ploy at are to be citizen* of the state und ten hours is given as a day s work for conductors und motormen. if the offer is accepted, the company must give a licnd of 16UU.000 to bind it to fulfill Its contract. Street railway property is to he taxed the same ha other property and the city is to have access to the hooks of the company. The right js reserved to make changes in the ordinance. One sec tion provides for the punishment of passengers who attempt to cheat the company with regard to transfers. If the offet is accepted, the company shall have the rignt to streets wherein there are now tracks until the fran chises expire, when the system named must be adopted In full. Thousands Given by London Clubmen to Servants * Xmas Fund T.ONDON. Jan. 13.—A clubman who belongs to five clubs arid has many iriends In others has been making In qurles as to the sums subscribed by member* of the servants’ Christmas funds, ami be lias come to the conclu sion that club servants are far better off than subalterns in the array. The list was headed by the Carlton club, which has probably more wealthy men on its rolls than any other in l/>n don. The sum subscribed for the Carl ton servants was $12,600. White’s, which contain few ver> wealthy men and a great many more who have a struggle to keep up appearances, sub scribed S7.uUO, and Hoodie’s, ihe Marl borough and Arthur's got together about the same amount, making a totr.l for the six clubs of 140.000. The National Liberal club divided al most as much as the Carlton. Liter ury and sc ientific people are notorious ly absent minded, and perhaps thut may account for the fact thut the Atbeneum only managed to subscribe $1,500 for Its servants. ABEY FLOODED WITH REQUESTS FOR GIFTS LONDON, Jan. IS.—Since It became known that Edwin A. Abbey, R. A . the great American painter, had made a splendid offer to the state of Penn- • sylvanla of the paintings to be placed; iu ihe house of representatives to com plete his conception of the allegory j of "The Founding of Pennsylvania.” ihe philanthropic painter ha* beeu bombarded by appeals from English municipalities anxious to have their ■ town hall decorated free of charge. Needless to state, Mr. Abbey’s gen-; eroslty doea not go as far as that, but he has courteously answered all AT" 1 pllcants and excused himself on the ground that he has as much work in band as he can possibly do for the next few years Dr. O. A. lx>r»ey, of Chit ago who recently returned from a trip through the orient, found In one of the Solo mon Islands a tribe of hitherto un known natives, so unoivlllied that they wear no clothing and live In hollow tree trunks und hides In the ground. Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns, putting out flres. then use Hmklen's Arnica Solve and forget them. It soon drives out pain. For Burns. Scalds, Wounds. Cuts and Bruises It's earth's greatest healer, yuickly cure* Skin Erupt lons. Old Stores, bolls, t'lcern, Felons; cent Pile cure jnsde. Relief Is Instant, a: K C. Kinsel, Central Drug Cos., Gray & Worcester. PRESENTED WITH MAHOGANY ROCKER Louis Newberry, President of the Newberry Baking Cos., Pleasantly Surprised By Employes. f I.ouls Newberry, president of New berry Huking Cos., was aggreably sur prised lust Wednesday ufternoon. the occasion of his fiftieth birthday au tl« versary. At the- close of the day s v.ork. Mr Newberry was called aside and was immediately surrounded by his salesmen W I’. Korn, on then* behalf, made a speech of congratula tion and presented Mr. Newberry with a handsome mahogany rocking chair. gym E.'. i .: ’„• ■ LOUIS NEWBERRY. Ihe recipient responded with much feeling and expressed ills thanks not ! only for the gift, but alao for the j tplendld efforts of hit employes lu building up ihe business. In the even ing Mr. and Mrs. Newberry enier lulned the employes at their residence. Mr. Xewbeny bus made a splendid j sun es.-* ( f his business, Puritan bread, the well known product of his com pany having gained a wide and favor able r< putation. From a comparative- 1 ly small institution the company ha? grown to its present large proportions through hard work and the gentlin' l vvor h of its output. He Is one of I)e-j uolt's very enthusiastic baseball fans. Epidemic of Dignity Hits Young Married Women of London I LONDON. Jan. IS.--There has been! an epidemic of dignity among the | young married women in the smart j set. One no longer sees in the society ( weeklies mention of Mrs. "Jack’’ !homebody, or Mrs. "Harry” Nobody,! and othei familiar titles. The campaign was begun by Mrs. ! | "Willie” James, who caused it to be j generally known that in future sh“ would prefer to be sty:ed Mrs. William j ! James. The others followed suit and t are now styled "Mrs. John" and "Mrs Henry.” etc. Mrs. William James. Ly 1 ! the bv. Is one of the finest amateur actresses In the country, and is At ton ■ to appear In the leading role of "The , Mollusc” at the town hall at Chlchea-; jter, the nearest towu to her home. West Dean park. The company will intitule a number of titled amateurs.! 'and the proceeds will go to a local' j charity. ANGLO-AMERICANS LEFT LONDON FOR HOLIDAYS LONDON, Jan. IS.—With three bill- • ; liant exceptions, most of the Anglo- . , \merican hoatesae* left London for the holidays. The three exceptions were iAidy Paget, who has un abhor lence of country parties; Mrs. Ronalds, who prefers London to any other place, and Mrs. Arthur Glasgow. Lady Paget gave a dinner party u‘. her own house and several small ones at restaurants; Mrs. Ronalds gathered , togetlied everybody she could, im plored them not to mention the word Christmas In her hearing, and gave her guests some good music; Mrs. Glasgow, whose husband Is almost a*i 1 much liked as she is, gave a number | of smfill dinners at her beautiful home . In Berkeley square. 1 KNOX WANTS UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE WASHINGTON, Jan 13 Senator Knox, of Pennsylvania, who will be secretary of state under President elect Taft, has Introduced a bill pro viding for an under secretary of state, ' at a compensation of SIO,OOO a year, j The bill also provides for a fourth as slstant secretary of state, at $4,500, a private secretary and clerk to be paid $2,500 and $1,500 respectively, and a messenger at SI,OOO. iThe.” People’s Pages __j • Advertising rates under any classi fication In those columns, one Cent g par word each Insertion, cash la advance. No sdvertlseinsnt Insert ed for less than 16 cants. Parsons whose names appear tn the telephone directories, may have advertisements (’barged at abova rates Call BELL—MAIN 1498. HOME—CITY 3385. For th# convenience or patrons si rang, ments have bsen made with the following to receive liner ad vertisements at the same rate ae charged at the home office: EAST SIDE. II oug h tea-Preach Coal Ca- OS East Canfleld-ave. Mt. Elliott Pharmacy, ML Elliott and Qrattot avea Teracy'a luialiurs Co* 167 Gratiot avo. r Prawn. 115# »rfTerson-avo. I J. McPhersoa. 2490 Gratlot-ave.. oppo site car harns W K«T fllllK. C. G. Raasor. 2(6 Qrond Rtvar-avo Tvrsrr etaeioa, 160 Myrtls-st f\ B Driscoll. 417 Mlchlgan-ave. J. Millard. 1412 Fort -St west 4 W. W Hash. 594 Michigan -ava THE DETROIT TIMES} THURSDAY. JANUARY 14. 1909. » —• MARRIAGE LICENSES. - ” *•! Charles II LXsney. 21. Rwchel Bsal- ; tie 26 Gustav I'iiruh. 02; Anna Mach. 42. Arthur A. Horck. 23. Anna May Kails. 23. Joseph Frisch, 27; Marianna Uurno. | II Bruno Zadnowski. 21. Sophia Ss*-pan ski. 22. John Dobcran. 21. (Jraca Johnson. 21. Jamas K. Smith. 52. tJet.oit; Susan Co<>k, 50. Plsrc*. «»ni tlruiio Koslofski. 22. Mary Tomacha skt, II Stanley l-’ Rudnlk. 34, i.udwlg So hszmaka. 20. Albert J. Weber. 31; Helha L'oody. 31. Utorge F. Mtittii, 48, Detroit; Fannie Ya\. 44, Fair Haven. Thomas Smith. 26. Plymouth; Daisy McC’uinb, 26. Flint. WtlllMni 11. Kiefer, 38. Detroit. Tessa M. Maid. 2... Mlnden City. Frank Doyle. 33; Lillian Allen. 24. « • | BIRTHS • UIRL4J William Madtgan, 121 Minnie. Ralph Baiiey, 15*5 Mack. Gottlieb taryjtr. 1365 St Antoine. Wililam Kuwusel, 478 Baldwin ii*-e ta * Ssaiusze w’lvs, 556 Ferry. Alpheiie Tytlca. 78 6 Franklin, c'umtlc DeCraane, 210 Kercheval! Albert Mater. 630 Vliiawood. Steven mranzak. 150 Herkimer. James Wood, 2120 Fort. William Hebei. 210 Berlin Delbert Beer. 63 Baltimore. Geo?g* Carswell, 436 Clay. BOYS Wilfrid Puquatis 246 Crane .\Jlk<* Downey, -1026 Llvernols William Mu a" i sen. 530 Franklin. Antolnte Setiuster, 19.3 Wight. Edward Jacobs. 486 C'ass. Herman Klkhoefel HM Greene. Perry Ferguson. 2434 Fwit I, iW Grundv. 32 Melrose. Louis Mueller, 571 Chen*. Kobert Grunwold. 60 Ratlibone. - .T- - . • DAILY DEATH LIST ♦ —♦ Sasun c’obb. 78 years. 1728 Jos. Cam pau, In* At disease. Louis I l.aubscher, 2 years. <* • • Roosevelt, blood poifOM. f Caroline I anger. 50 years, 1032 Mc- K Inlev , <ai bol h avid poisoning, sul ci. te. Lmrna Sc bu reck. 25 years, 712 Dlx; carbolic acid poisoning, suicide. John Kciio, J 7 ytais. 7!5 Fast Fort; pneumonia. Anthony J. Cubr, 5 months. 173 Hum boldt; gustru entciitls. Fill.#;- E. Herbst, 1 year. 7 Htch; meningitis. Kailierlne Mlejewski, 40 years. 474 Illinois, uraemia. Marvin Fowler, 4 months, 227 Brush: chronic entero ( olitts Martha Punka. 34 years 944 East Forest nlacentu pievla centrallc. «'oia Gusman. 60 years. 784 Alexan- j drine e*yu; cirrhosis of liver Henri' k Henkel. 72 years. .St. Mary s hoapltul; myocarditis. Leon Deselskl. 6 years. 1407 Jos. CampMU. nephritis John A Murray, 54 years, 205 Can ton, pneumonia. John SilKc. 23 years. 656 Ersktnc; phthisis. Plilloment Stenger, 68 years. 348 tlrandy; hemiplegia. Sarah i\ Brlckman, 58 years, 155 Wabash: .illation of heart. Anthony Olejmik, 5 years, 1343 Campbell, bronchitis Arthur Hustings, 14 years, foot of YaniliH; accidental drowning. lturhiel E. Ogden. 81 ..ears, 277 Third; old ugc. PIED. IiRK’KMAN Jan. 11. Surah Catharine, beloved wile of K. W. Brlckmun. motnei of John H.. uml Clarence \V., aged 5* years. Funeral Tliursday, 155 Wabash, 2 p. m. Friends and ac qualntani es welcome, t'anadlan pa lters please copy; OKBFKECK Jan. 12. Emma, beloved w ife of John Gebureck. Funeral from residence. .12 Dlx-ave.. Thursday, 2 30 p. rn. Gl'7ftMUNPltKZ—Joseph, beloved son of Mrs. and Mi. 11. <Jei monprez, of 553 West Alexandrlne-ave., died at N’en i. e. Cal., Jan. 11, 1809. Survive* a wife and a sun. Burial at Venice. Cal. SHEA Jan. 12. 1909. at his late resi dence. 61 Hurnboldt-a ve.. Bartholo mew. beloved husbund of Margaret Shea, father of Timothy. Dennis. Michael. Heni.v and Katherine Shea. Notice of funeral later. Member of branch 5, C. M. H. A., and Michigan tent of K t). T M M. HENK El#—Jan. 11, Henrlch Henkel, aged 73 -veuis. beloved brother of John and Henry Henkel. Funeral Thursday from John Henkel’s resi dence. Van Dyke-ave. (Macomb coun ty). and Elght-Mlle-rd., at 1:30 p. nv. Ht’Y ETTE —Jan. 11. 1909. at Chicago, 111., William S. Huyette, aged H year*. Funeral services from chnpel of Wm. K Hamilton » Cos. 26 Fllza beth-st. west. Thursday morning at lu o'clock. MdltTY Jan. 11, 1909. at the residence Mis. E. Wilcox. 66 Harrison-ave., beloved husband of Mary Morty. Fu neral Thursday at 2 p. in. Interment at Woodmere. SWEENEY Jan. 12. 1904, William Sweeney, at parent*’ residence. 213 piuin-s* . beloved son of Frank and Annie Sweeney, and brother of John J. Thomas E and Mary L. Funeral Thursday at 8:80 from house, and 9 o'clock from Most Holy Trinity church. K. of E. and O. F. pleas* tak" noth e. SCHRAGE Jna. 10. at residence. 241 Brewsler-st , Augusta, aged 68 years, beloved wife of Frederb-K, mother of Charles. Fred. Pauline. Frank uml Mrs. J. Lawrence. Funeral Thursday at 2 p m. from house SILKE—Jan. 10. at his patents' resi dence, 659 Krsklne-st.. John, aged 24 years, beloved son of Joseph and Theresa Sllke and brother of Louise. Frank and Adeline Bllke. Funetal Thursday from residence to lit Jo seph church at 6:3U a. m MICH. CREMATION ASSOCIATION. 3 per cent tuterst certlfl* ale good for one cremation F. X. Kolb. Treas. and General Manager, 1225 E. Boule vard. Phono Ridge 565. MEETING NOTICES. KNIGHTS OF EQUITY court 4. You are earnestly requested to meet at hall. Wednesday evening. Jan 13. at 8 p. rn . to p«) tribute of respect to the memory or our deceased brother, James \V. feweeney, late of 212 Pluni st. By order Arthur O’Connor, dir Knight. P J. Maher, secretary. lIKI.P WANTED—MALE. \ BOOKKEEPER, manufacturing, lum per; n.un.tK' r for stockroom. < ost i-lvrk (automobile;. correspondent, I utrhaslng agent; timekeeper, book keeper and typewriter; car checkers 526 «'ligmber Commerce. HEN iearn harbor trade, great deniand foi bat here; tuition and tools $36, catalogue free. Michigan Barber Col lege. 6 1 West Congrass-st.. Detroit. MEN —Our lllusttated catalogue ex - 1 plains how we teaefi barber trade tn I*w weeks, mulled free Moler Bat her college. Chicago, lit, WANTED A RLE MODI KD mTSN tv\ een ages 19 and 35. for s). ma rine cotp*. must be native born or have nrst papers, excellent oppor tunity to s*-e the world, good pay, clothing latlone, quarters. rn«dlcal attendance free. Apply at U. 8 Ma rine Corps Recruiting office, 75 W. Fort-#t.. Detroit, MUh WANTED- Railway mall clerks; com mencement salary |3OO, March exam inations. preparation free; write im mediately. Franklin Institute. Dept. *66. Roi nester. N Y. Yot’NO man for deliver v and store work X2.' Mb hlgan-ave. Apply b«- lu-Hi 7 arid 8 a m ; ItN 1 V'M N« i c t-. K.-- >l*st ring B go 4 posltloj can get an* after corr.plet log one of our conrsos. Day and Night clasaea all tha year Our fa* Ivllitlee are poslttrely uoequated in Michigan. Detroit Busts*** Uolvers- Ity il-2* WUooa-st. MtU* WAVIRD—itNUM. A- TO PROVE that liu)'l Shorthand i» all n\ t claim fur it. and that vv« phi* e uur graduate* In the best positions xv* will «lv* to the rii si i«u enrolling after iltia date. a » miplfiw »tfii«n reptile count at one-half the rtfu lar cuat and the balance to be paid alien xv« have placed >uu in a puai llun. Boyd Shorthand School. \)i Broadwgy. A ItiHiKK I'h’l'Kl! and stetmgtapher. $46; bookketpe:, SSO; • n.-nivi i>;.« writer*, several stenographers; Jew- | dry and millinery saleslad) 52s Chamber Caminerct. ANV SIZE picture frame. l»> and up. Michigan Art Store. 209 Michigan. BUSINESS. SHORTHAND AN iT ENCP LIBH taught under most favotable conditluna; day and night school. The Business Institute. Breltmeyer Bldg Cuuhs ana wailn-tkM, in aun out of city. Cregu Employment Agency. it Wnn'lwK M GIRL for housework In amall flat, three 111 family; home nighta preferred 211 Congress east. OIRL for general housework In family of two; must be good plain cook 404 Wood ward-a va. UIKL or woman wanted for house work; no washing Apply $25 Four teenth ave. GIRL wanted for housework, no chil dren. 614 Twenty-foui th si UKHMAN girl wanted for general housework. 4*76 Woodward-uve HOUSE WOHK --Girl for general house - work; two In family. 334 Putnam ilol'DKWOßK—Olrl for general house work at once. 1087 Vtnewood. HOl'skWoHK—Girl. to assist with general housework 707 Brush-st. LADIES—Our catalogue explains how we teach halt* dressing, manicuring, facial massage, etc.. In few weeks, mailed free. Motei Barber College, Chicago HI WANTED Young girl, at Hester's bakery. 026 J>.s Cainpau; must apeak (Jarman and English. WANTED —Good girl for general housework: small famllv; no wash ing. 116 Pulford YOUNG girl for light housewoik; ref erence* Mrs. J. B Greenberg, 185 West Warren. YOUNG girl wanted for general house work; mornings only. Apply 17 Bradv-gt . first floor west. •ITt AVION* WAN TOO—fkmalc. COMPETENT end respectable lady wishes situation na housekeeper for tespsctahle gentleman. with good house. Mrs Alta Renninger, Harbot Springs. Mich. LADY would like to do housework. Ap ply 40 Hasttngs-st. WOULD like washing and Ironing lo I do at home, or day's work out Ad dress .39$ Oreeley-st. east. WASHING —A German woman wants washing. 734 Twenty-fourth s! WANTED—-MIECICLI. A A'gorg. HlOrihni' prices paid furniture, stoewg — rpsts. Lapham 823 Orat Pa»k 24»-Ji AD KINDS store fixtures bought and sold: showcases, counters, shelving etc. Rosenthal Store Fixture Cos.. 3*l Hastings Phone M 4081. momei to loan. "’ready money. We will lend you money today, tumor* row, any day, and for any purpose. Get Our Rates. It Will Pay You. Time and payments to suit your con venience. Liberal rebate if paid be fore due. Every transaction strictly confidential. Quick, Reasonable. Rslialbe. RELIANCE LOAN CO.. 405 CHAMBER OK COMMERCE. Tele. Main 4685. money loaned WORKING PEOPLE. No Mortgage. Assignment or Security Name Your Own Time for Repayment Rates Less Than Half What Loan Companies Charge. BURKART. Private Banker. II McQraw bldg. Open until 8 every evening before New Year's. monly to loan No security or Indorser required. New Cos New Rates. New Plana. DETROIT LOAN A TRUST CO.. 41 MICHIOAN-AVE Look for electric sign. Second floor. Hours. 8 to 6 ualiy. until Christmas Take stairs MONEY TO LOAN to salaried em ployes. or to those who are keeping house; no security wanted. One-hair the rata of big advertisers. Call and •St AMERICAN LOAN CO.. 410*411 Chamber of Commerce Bldg FOR i ALB—MI»fKUAItKOU». A big load kindling wood. $8.60; hard wood. $1; blocks. sß.7s: economy nut, 14; lump. $4.10 for kitchen stoves and laundry Houghton-French Coal Cos Both phones. i— - ■■ ... - BILLIARD and pool tables, soda foun tains. bought, sold and repaired. Geo. Martin A Cos., t Earmer-at. BILLIARD and pool tables, new and second hand, from sls up; also wall and showcases; assy terms; supplies I and repairing at reduced prlpes. The I Sohulsnburg Mfg. Cos.. •$ Randolph ! at. Established $« years. | DESK —Heavy uearter -cawed oak roll tap. with chair to match; used only a ahart time; bargain for someone I that wants It right away. Call at Times Printing Cos. 1$ John R. NEW YORK DOLL HOSPITAL. All kinds of dolls repaired. N'«* charge for putting on heads or wigs. Mrs. A. I (."lark, 357 M bhlgan-ave Phone Park 1028-J Mall orders filled. WANTED, cor. Mien, and 4th., to fur ■lah rooms complete. $1 week. Hum aer Ce HEADQUARTERS FOR I Pgfrj OFFICE DEHKfI FTTZBIMONB A CO $6-40 Mlchigen-eve TRAINED FERRETS Thoroughly broken for rabbit or rat I hunting. Mall orders attended to I EDWARDS* BIRD STORE, 119 MICHIGAN-A VE . DETROIT. BLSINIaSa CARPS. HuKSLi end cows removed promptly? Phone Mllienbach Rros W««t lOft-SSI. To HICM- Moi xm VAN DYKE, 709. "near ~Ma«-k "m”7 rooms, attic, cellar; good bain. i*a sonable rent ALEXANDER \\ A l SON, I . II X .MM' >ND BLI H ; 1 PI'TNAM. near Wabash, 7-room house, 120 per month 629 WARREN AVE. \V l-roorn modern house; 125 per month I'* 7 PUTNaM-AVK 8 rooms steam heat. s.’7 pel month, 724 KE<*uNl> 8 - room modern bouse, st* am furnace. sxo per moni i. I.ambrecht, Ktllv X: Cos. Both Phone* 315 9u cfRISWoLD-ffT ■i’i t< ii 1 1 1 1 $3 Modert l roo - . s s3l reduced MILWAUKEE -Cor 15th Mod-rn. t rooms was $25. rHiH -'I beiow S.O. FOURTEENTH .Modern. 1" room* and onth; only $2 3 yiXTH-HT near Fit* her 14 ri-orns. No .'*4( xvas $27. now un*l»r sl* GEO. H. KEYES. 20$ WIIITNKY HI .1 aJ. Hannan Rental Aprncjr, ONE McGKAW BLDG TO ItKXT MOORS. ROOMS*--Furniture for rooms co'nnlet*. $1 week Sumner Cn Ml>> and Mh I ————— \\ V > 1 Kl»—I I \ I • (WANTED burnished flai within walk Ing distance; mutt be fits.-* ass Au j disc* L box sl, Dstrolt Ttrues. to revi—n vrg. PAVKM'dl:’!’, 4,* TlcTld -floor upait in«nt. i rooms steam heat. janitor; Mas |ao. noxx reduced. HARPER. 125 Modern. si\ rooms and baiii This Is xerv choice. for I only s.'s. (iF.( >. 11. KEYES. ‘.st* WHITNEY BLIHJ. 4i • QR AND RIVER 7 - room i: ••.*1• r* > • flat, hath and gas. sl4 p*'r month. 651 t’O.WoUD—6 room flat; gas and j bath. sl3 f»*»r month. lUS (T.AI UMOI'NT «S room flat; oak J finish througnout; s3<l per month. 27 i THIRD —6 room flat, bath gnd gas; $lB pet month. 17'U* ViN'EWOOD—6-rooiu. steani heal ed flat. $25 pci 1 month. CIS KiiURTEENTH— 6-room. steam heat; $22 5o per month. Lambrecht. Kellv & Cos. P.otii pliories 315. 90 Gnswold-st. BOULEVARD, 244. near Champlain: 12$ Iverc-lieval. mar Concord. Si*. 291 Ml. , Elliott, sl6. 719 Franklin, upper In brick. Phone East 920. FOR SAI.K—HKMIUI'.X E PROPERTY. WILL BUILD TO SUIT If you have lot free and * l*ai. or it fair cash payment, I will fuinish plans, spcdflt attorn* and iiimie}. Get lit) I prices before closing a ileal. ARTHUR ti. Gkimw 203 KlJvfl TEMPLE MAIN 125 V ! 117 HARM( »\ WE b ine seven-room modern house uml j auto barn; decorated; gas and elec-| tile lights, bargain if sold ul once, j \\. \\. BENNETT. 1209 MAJKHTIi* HI.DG PI’TNAM. NEAR LINCOLN 9-RuOM HOUSE. FULL BASEMENT. KIR NACE. OAK FINISH. ETC.. IN Good ORDER. $8 500. TAKE VACANT oR I SMALL FARM IN PART PAYMENT j BROOKS &• KINGON, M 48(51; C. 4361. 405 WHITNEY BLDG. Lott age, Near Michigan. $1,050. Flat, near Trumbull. $2,600. Double house, neat' 'Vallot. $2,350. Flat, North Wuodwaid, $2.K00. EBER TANARUS, jiH> Majestic Bldg. SIOO DOW N Balance like reiil, takes u tine tlve rooiu cottage, two hedrooms, neat car line, act quickly. ARTHUR G. GRIEELN, 303 ELKS' TEMPLE. MAIN 1258 SUBURBAN HOME Chance of a life time to get oul of the flt>. to a beautiful 10 acres of land, . noire variety of fruit, a modern house of 12 rooms and bath room, furnace, hot ami cold water, large basement, located 4u minutes' ride from city hull, all at a price below I msi o' building.-* « GEO. 11. KEYES. 203 WHITNEY BLDG BRADLEY, near Fischer Frame 01- tage. six rooms, bath; lot 30x120; $! - Sou will buy 't. ALEXANDER W ATSON. *O2 HAMMOND BLDG. A CHEAP LOT Forty feet, first block west of Wood ward. Highland Park. $600; must sell. HAYES REALTY Cn.. 1104 Cham he 1 of Commerce. NX )RTH WOODWARD Phllauclphla-ave New, modern lumisc; large beamed living room. 12\23. 1 fire-place, oak floors and finish, full basement and a'tlc; will lake good lot or smsll amount cash as first pay ment. ARTHUR G. GRIFFIN. Sl'3 ELKS' TEMPLE MAIN 12.58 \< >\\ IS THE TIME TO BUY FOR AN INVESTMENT OR A HOME. Houses and Cottages. VAN DYKE one block ofT Gratiot—7- rnnm cottage, l*ath, gas. cellar and attic; also barn; cement walks; paved street: $2,600. $260 down. *<uunce $lB. TOWNSEND. Just north of Kercheval - 7-room 2-story. g«s cellar, atflc. hath; $2,600; SBOO down, balance us rent. RICHMOND, rear Clay f-ronm '2- s'ory, gas, cellar, bath and furnace: f 3.6<m; SSOO down, balance S2O per month. GOODWIN, near Holbrook—B-room 2- story. gas, bath and cellar; $7,300; S3OO down, balance $lB per month. BFLVIDKRE, one block south of Gratiot -1-room cottage. gns. attic and fine bath; $1,700; SIOO down. HRNDRTE. near Woodward 11 room modern house; lot 46x171; $5,600. HELEN, near St. Paul- 8-room modern house. $.3,500; would exchange for smaller place or lot North Wood ward. SHERIDAN. Just south of Gratiot Modern 7 room house; $2,260. Inquire for terms. NEAR CRANE, south of Kercheval -7 rooms, cellar and attic; lut 60x105; $2,300. Good terms VACANT. $45,000 for 40-feet tn heart of city. Rest location for business property there ' Is today. ( S4OO for lot In Helen-ave.; sewer, pave ment, xvalks ! S3O per foot buys «n feel rrontage on j Van Dyke, south of Rt. Paul; sewers, water, walk; paved street. j 50 feet on Kercheval-gve.. ** block from 1 Kercheval: ch* ap. Lamhrerlit, Kelly xA: Cos.. Poth Phone* 915. 90 Griswold-st TW (* APARTMENT n AT Rrb k ven* * r. l iving brick from, six rooms each, two fiiriitt‘'es, launilrlwa, * l*' ; noxv rented for s"> per mr*nth. will take s.'"o *J*>wn 340 montlil). ARTHUR G. GRIFFIN. 303 ELKS’ TEMPLE. MAIN 7 2'S. • HOB OLD RIIOER made new while you xvalt. the modern way. Famous Shoe Re pairing Cos.. e> Htate-et. Park 189-li. \At iAT FOR KXGHViK. $ 1 "I EQUITY |s,4o® 14-room • <l*-n< e fur a tlrst-class automobile or n good corner lot. GKO. 11. KEYES. 203 WIIITNEY RLDG lEITAI It A AT*. In Detroit Life is Worth Living, If you get a i6c meal at tha Utopia restaurant. 44 Baglay ava. JO® I B IS DORR \\ 4M s:i» IIKI.I* M U K. WANTED AT ONCE Wood Seat Makers and •i \ 'v' , . . * a 1 \ i Door Hangers Good Money and Steady Work for Steady Men. Drinking men need not apply. BUICK MOTOR CO, Factory No. 4. Flint, Mich. FOR IAI.K—KAHHI. FOE IAIB Film. , FARMS t r, kji So A<'UEH —35 miles from Detroit; 55 acres plowl:\mJ. orchard, timber. 7- rowrn house. cellar. barn 3ok4Q; many other outbuilding* to ACRKfi 19 miles front Pontiac; gravel and clay loam; 50 acres Im proved; t> room house, bai n, granary, hog house, chh ksn houas. * aerss lake; land somewhat rolling ..91,904 l-° Ai'UKH- Near Qrande Point*, clay and gravel loam 4 acres oak and hickory, 3 acres orchard. rods woven wire f«nc», • room - house, barn 84x50 (wltti wing), cow stable, granary, chicken hope*, corn crib (hold* about I.UOO bushels), other outbuild ings; school 6o rods front farm 97.094 355 APRKit- 25 miles from Detroit; gravel loam. 2 houses. 5 barns; all kinds of outbuildings; 3 miles from electric line. I lists farms In every county In Mlchtgun. Bend for catalogue of 1.009 farms. “FARM HEADQUARTERS” CHAS. D. FISKE. 713-14-15 CHAMBER OP COMMERCE uk vrivra. BEST DENTISTS ARE THE BEST Kvei > branch painless. Most reas onable In prices Our pt suction plates pleasi all lltof* best madt. Our 22-k goto double thick crown HEKT DK.VTIBTH CO.. INCORPORATED. 64 Orand Rtver Avs, ustrolt. POM a %|.k—-MUM KI.LANKOt ». BIRDS, DOGS AM) GOLD FISH. \S e ire making spev lal offers on these most beautiful of household petr . JAI’WKSK CiOLD FJSH. h entails, fringe tails, comets, tslOscop»-s; also the largest stock of common gold hsh ?c each. 1 1 lu** iit t c«l (analogue. special offer* and aouvenflr postal cards u tailed flee. Correspondence Solicited, l-:i)W \KDS* BIRD STORE. 12* Mlt ’ll IOAN-A VIC., DETROIT. PKHKONAth m w FOU MALE Oil text ham;ic. EXCHANGE TANARUS» o-aputtnieiit tint, remind fur $24 per month, util> built one year; la mod ern; will lake good lot for equity. Putnam. to av Lincoln. tt-roont limit)', full basement, furnace, uuk finish, etc.; In good order; $;i,&00. luk< vucuiil or amull farm In part payment. Siunmii-ux *., k rooms, In nnoil or der, 10-foot lot; J 4.600: take good \a (unt ot small farm well located; muni Ik tieiu car line Sixth, near losander, 7-room col tnge, kmi* anti cellar; $l.HoO; want two to fi\ * acre* on or near electric line. New modern ti-room house. luige cellar, on Klng-ave. near Oakland; ihlu* one-third vacant. • New, 7 rooms, ga*. hath and cellar; Holms, near Gratiot; will take Mood lot as Hi st pa> nient. Two-faintly flat, til-foot lot; Mood lain, $3,200; want 4o to 40-gcre farm. 40-acre farm. Novi townahlu; new 7-room house, small barn, some fruit; SJ.QOO; want cornel lot suitable for smult store BROOKS & KI NOON, M 4X61; (Mty 4HBI 40a Whitney bid*. rc >TTAUK on lllgli-st will trade for farm and pu\ difference. Modern brick house, $4,000; will trade for furm übovit SO acres; must he Mood. Four-family solid brick flat, $12,- 000; mortgage $5,000; will trade for good farm. Apailtuent house showing; 10 p p r cent net un $40,000; will take some exchange Two cottuft's as first payment on four-family flat 100 feet vacant on Fourteenth as (list pax ment on income property. Modern house on Milwaukee, value $.1,000. and $7,000 cash sot good In come pioperty. \\ e can match any trade you have to off, i Pome in and alve us a trial. Wilson’s Real F.state Shop, Chamber of Commerce. $;,.()"() 25 im’ii.mnu i,< »ts. free and clear, xvell located Windsor; ss.'>oo «-• 111 11 \ln 14-mom house, T>etro!t: Just outside one■ mile circle; encumbered only SITOO ycoiO IN TWO clear lots, part or all for good eipilty In nroductlve, a goo« 1 farm <»i rood stock of merchandise. C,FO. TT. KFYF.S, ‘lol WHITNEY Hl.no, lit ori'OHTt'.KITIRS. OR ( MT,HV, half-mile circle; will sell at 75c on the dollar; doing good bus iness. PATRICK & ALDRICH 4$ 11 <»M E HAN K BLJMI Fult KAI.N r rh*' best known and beau tiful rooming house in Detroit, 1 am icavlng the city and must sell. Ad dress /. hox lit, l»etrolt Times. ROOMING iIOI'HE IX looms, furnished ■ well, good lease; rent* cheap, Iwd vnrd cor. Third; any reasonable of *ei will buv this big harguln. PATRICK & ALDRICH «* |p »M's HANK Hl.d>o. DO YOU want to s<l!? I haw the best method for ouhk *ule. Witut have you to offer 1 .*!. Maywr. Jr.. Merrill. M'ch. PtCltnOdrAC.. mvlit i., u i-i.ic uy •ic (.••,> m*. with out pain or inr; electric face and Ocalp massage. Miss H I. Hubbard. 441 w < tii s >tldg Main t2s7. AI’IOIIOIIII.KM, BOATS A KAUIAKI. AI ThfiKNUI'S welding, cast Iron bias ing saw hammering Detroit Saw ,Sc Prating Works. 14 Atwater-at. west. •TUHAUK AND 14KTAOIC. ACM K BTORAOK CO., largest vans, packing Main 899. 41 Gllman-at. Kt cKlil. HHi >S Party sleighs at rea sonubl< cs I. ■ ' ■ ts i ' ''i job printing done rlgh HgfsMM* tag 15 John ft -st. Phono I«9s WANTED—IIKI »*—MAI E. ARTISTIC HAIR GOODS Have you se< . our now DIRECTOIRB, CHIGNON AMO CLUSTER PUFFS, tho vory latest hair creations whioh a44 that Irresistible charm to tho head dress? X have tho SMM complete stock of straight and wavy switches In Michigan. MADAME LORAINE KENNEDY SECOND FLOUR. OF PAKDRIDGK * BLACKWEIX’I. Page Seven DENTISTS. and brldg* work won't wear through. 13 to |6. Our fillings stay In. 2S«. 6uc, sl. One of our specialties la painless extracting. 24-year veri fied guarantee with all work. FOR IIALiC— NIH'NLLANBOVI. PERSONAL. FOB MALE—VACANT LOTS. t’oi.I.INUWOOD. north side, first block, cheap. W. \\. HEN NETT, 1209 MAJESTIC BLDG. NORTH Sll>K Colllngwood, 50x125; first block, southeast corner of Collins* wood and Second; 50\145; make offer; will sell al bargain. W. W. BENNETT, 1200 MAJESTIC BLDG. FOB »AUt~TASMI I HAVE for sale a fine list of farms; also a special bargain list. M. May er, Jr.. Merrill. Alfch. 124 Antes -1* miles west of city, 4 houses, ;i barns; 24 acres timber, $/.- 500; s|,ooo down. no u, rcs. 2 miles south of Wayne, 20 acres timber, large burns. I*room house; $4 200, trade fur bouse of $2,500. 4o acres, near Grand Ledge, good buildings utul soil; only $3,200; will exchange fur larger farm near De troit 40 acres, near Inkster, good build ings and soil; only $2,800. SOU acres, near Royal Oak, good buildings and soil; only $3,000. These are all good bargains. See us Also send for farm list. Office open until 8:30 Wednesday night. FASTER & BRIGGS, FAHM EXCHANGE. SO-Af’RK FAHM, near car line; good buildings; cla> loam roll; owner lives In the city and will sell for $2,500; ssoo down. FAHM. IX miles from De troit; good buildings; two miles from car line; 10 acres timber, balance under cultivation; price $4,500; will trade for city property. 200-ACKIS FARM, ‘i-mlle from good town; soil rbdi loam; all under cultivation; palatial buildings; In fact, on* of the best farms In state; pric e $] 5.000. or will trade for city proper! v. 240-AURE FARM, on electric line, 'down river; a model farm In every respect; run he hough! on «.*asy termi, or will trade for city property. D. P. WILSON. Chamber of Commerce. TttAVEUbKS’ UUiUlk INTEHLKRA.N LINES, *" Detroit United IstenuMs 1 ■ FLINT LIMITED*—>I; 1$ g. fggA 4.15 p m- Local* for Rochester au Flint. 7 a. in., and ever/ two hours 1# s p. m.; 11 p. m. to Oxford. Locals to Rochester and Romeo, la. m., gji every two hours to 10 p. in.; ala# $2 p m. PORT HURON LIMITED*—7:4I a. in., 10.45 a. in., 3:45 and. in.. 4:5$ p. ta.. Muturdays only, 12:45 p. in. fur New Baltimore, Algonae. Mg. r.ne City and Fort Huron hourly, Tak in. to 8 p. m.; also $ p. m. ta Marlg# City. Local cars run via Aljronao. T# Mt Ulemeus, half-hcurly. 41# a. m. ta 7 p. m.. and hourly to 11 p. in. Ta ML Clemens via Shore Lina, hourly, Ql la. in. to 8 23 p. in., also 11 p. in. I TOLEDO 1.1 MITE DA— 8:30 a. m., 11;$$ a ui., 2:20 and 6.80 p. in. Locals for Hock wood. Newport, Monroe and To ledo. hourly. t> 30 a. m. to s:ss p. m_ also 8:30 and II p. m. for Monroe. jAfkMG LIMITED*— 7:4$ a, 12 4 5 <nd 3:45 p. in. Looala, for Jack eon. 7 a. in. and every two hours until i y p. m.; for Ann Arbor, 4 a. m. aaa hourly until 11 p in.; for Plymouth and Northvllle. 7:30 a. m. and ovary twa hcuis until 7.20 p. m.. also 9 p. m., aag II p. m. Saline cars from rpsllaatt For My undone and Trenton—4;is a m ~iid half-li»urty to 8 03 p. in.; half tiourl> »«• '*'•l! p m . hourly to 11:3$ p, in Sundays, first hi at 7.05. with 1,. If-lu* ii IV sci vlce throughout. Fur Royal Oak, Hlrmlaahaaa aw* Poaitar —6 10 a. in., then nalf-hoorty until 7 p. in., then hourly until 11 a. ML First car ona-half hour latar on Baa* ' Jay. Far Farialanla* and Northvllle—4 *t, I m aiul hourly until 11 p. in For Oteh ,i id l.ake uinl I hint lac, 8. 7. 9. II a in.; 1. i. t. 4. 5. 7, 0. 11 p m cars await theaters. WANTED—HELP —M4I.E.