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People’s Pages A4v«rtiatD| ratal under any classification In theae oo.umna, •at caul par word aaoh tnaartton. caah to advance. No advertisement Inserted (or taaa than 11 oenta. Persons whoao namas appaar ta tha talaphona directories, may hare advertisements charged at «bo*i rates Call • BELI MAIN 1495. HOME—CITY .1385. For tha convenience oC patrona. arrangements hava baan made with tha followtnß to raoatva llnar ad vertisements at tha aama ».*a ai charßed at tha horna office: IUIT HUB. Riasltoa-Fraaali Coal C*„ 411 Cnnfield-nve * ... .. Mt. Hlllott Pharmacy, Mt -£R ott n- Qratlotaves. ,r, afrowa. 1169 Jeffersou-ave. 4. MePfcereoa. 2400 oppo alia car barna. WEST BIDE. r. a. Eaaor. «»5 Oran-1 Illver-av* To roar Sfootoo. 168 Myrtle-St K. D. Drloooll. 41? Mlchlgan-ave. j. W Willard. 1419 Fort-at. wait W. \» tl«*h. 694 M’.ch!gan-ava. BUY—SOW WATCH —T HEM G ROW LOHRMAN’S 'LAWN, FLOWER. VEGETABLE SEEDS LILTES. CAN NAS. GLADIO LUS—IIARDY SHRUBS and ROSES. LAWN AND GARDEN FERTILIZER. RANDOLPH AND GRATIOT .* AVENUE. ' MARRIAGE LICENSES. 4 ——a Herman Bretxloff, 52. Louisa T-'pkn, 63. Augu*tu*t K. 0111, 32. Emma hcott. 39. Charles 1.. «*i»lI I**. 28. Detroit; Goldlo 1 Clark. 23. Lawk Spring* Harry l*. Cuwdcn, 24; Grace Meyers. 23/ William 1». Weavers, 63. Hlßhlaml; I Marguerite Henson. 46. Detroit. Clmrhs L. Kc- vei. 39. Pittsfield. N. ! 11.. Ada H. Hu-I I. 37. W. Bridgewater, Mass Peter Ordcolo. 22. Sarah Aronfeld, IS. Win. II llm kuday, 31; Agios Fisher. 27. ♦ ■ ♦ | BIRTHS i + GIRLS. Sheridan Walsh. I»u7 Woodward. John Weller, 200 Mayhury. Win Kumm, 323 Mulatto. H.-nry Pfeiffer, 353 Chenc. Clemence Burkhanlt, 234 Twelfth i John Seeley. 26<» Hlaekstone. Ernest Sieloff. 1120 Twenty-fourth. Johannes Bakker. 485 Mayhury. Richard Rlopclle, 512 HoosaVelt. . Mary Potter. 365 Hague. Wla-lyslaw Llsousky. 416 Garfield. John Bugalskl. 646 Grandy. BOVS. Jesse lewis, 217 Brady. Edward Rex, 1415 Second. Fredrick Kupkowskl, 291 Roosevelt. ) Herbert Smith. 536 Hancock Jamb Tallk, 980 Jos. Campau. Joseph Rak. 90S Orleans Peter Wroblewsky, 10*9 Jos Campau. Casimlr Mursvk, 331 Palmer. Joseph Kusnk. 283 Garfield •Valentine Tcinerowski. 816 Rlopelle. Frank Htamrfcas. 181 Superior. Xavlei Uudsiack. *»7 l Alexandrine. DAILY DEATH MAT Pelagia Ashtabowskn. 1 year, 226 ! Thirty-fifth; drowning, accidental. John K. Lemon, 53 years, 2094 West [ Jefferson; senility. Frank llleber, 36 years, 28 Farrand; pneumonia. Mary Farrell, 28 years. Harper hos pital; starlet fever. Kffle Dudley. 57 years. Grace hos pital; peritonitis. Sadie Beattie, 37 years, 251 Third, anaemia. Lucinda Marker, 87 years, 304 Fourth; pneumonia. Myn Inn Reynolds, 2 months, 215 ; Michigan; marasmus. Anna Boyd. 74 years, 720 Scot ten; | asthenia. j Ripley M. Palmer. 78 years. 22 W Warren; pneumonia L»ui*c K Fuller. 58 years, 75 Owen; I pneumonia. . William Nichols, 92 years, Saginaw, Mich.; bronchitis. Helena Heath, 23 years, Grace hos- j pltal; nephritis. Ferdinand Krause. 42 years. St. j Mary's hospital; myelitis Micha<-I Groztnskl. 43 years, cor. For- 1 est ami Moran, mitral Inoonipetenoy. j Ousta Knlodzlejzak, 84 years, 282 E. Forest; paralysis. Barbara Senults, ju years, 13,8 Van ■ Dyke, nephritis. Frank Koperskl, 2 months. 1181 Du bois. pneumonia. Clemens odwasznie, 4 years, 6!*l Medhury; meningitis Mrs. Anna Bosgnskl. 17 years, 621 E j Flquette. sepals. DIED. BATES—John Q Hates, at Union City, hushaml of Minnie Bates. Funeral I Monday nt 9 30 a m. from 421 M- Mll lan-ave . Detroit. CLINTON —April S. nt St Mary's hos pital, Mrs Honor a Clinton, aged 78 ! years, beloved mother of Thus. J.. James E., William ||„ Joseph M. and j Charles D Clinton Funeral front' residence of William If. Clinton. 301 * Flfteenth-at., April 12, at 8:30 a. m.. and f-ont St. Vincent's church ai 9 ] a. m„ sun time. Burial ut Mt El- | Mott cemetery. HEBKL—AprI 1 9. Margaret If. Hebei, I r.g* 3 montlie and 7 dn>s. beloved | daughter us Mr. and Mrs. William I Hebei. Funeral Monday from resi dence, 210 Berlin-et., nt 2 p m, standard. JACKSON—Apt II 9. 19"9. at her late residence. 672 Hlvard-st., Mary A. Jackson, nee Feasor, beloved wife or Oscar J. Jackson, and mother nf Win t J. Jackson. Notice of funeral here after. KIRi'HBKRG —At her residence? 174 Charlotte-avo., Elizabeth, beloved wife of Clrrlstlnn Klrchberg, mother of Mrs. August Immel. Mrs. John Wagner, William M . and Christie L' Klrchberg. Funeral Monday nt 2 p. I m. from residence, and St. Boniface 1 Chundi at 2:30. PALMER —April 8. 1990, nt residence, 22 Warren-ave. west. Ripley M. Painter, i aged 76 years. Funeral services at ! house, Mondav at 11 a. nt. Remains to be taken to Salem cemetery for 1 burial. MICH. CREMATION ASSOCIATION. 3 per cent Interest certificate good for one cremation. F. X. Kolb. T:ea«. and General Manager. 1825 E. Bou'e- , vard Phone Itldgr 645. 1 HELP W ANTED—MALM. BUPTNEIW. SHORTHAND AND ENG LISH taught under most favorable conditions; day and night school. The | Business Institute, Breltmevcr oirlg ; YOUNG tfEN—Questions and answers to anv branch of tha civil service. 25c. International Bur.. Detroit, Mich. TO HEAT—PIANOS. SPECIAL RATES ON PIANOS FOR RENT. fpeclnl consideration given to those who will rent through the summer months as we do not wish our plants ruined at summer rssnrts or public places First year’s rent applied on I purchase. No defective or worn out pianos In our rental stock Uprights. 93 ner month up. Pianos repaired, stored, tuned and moved Expert handling LING PIANO HOUSE. 62 QRATIOT-AVE., Opposite Library, i AN 8 YuOnG PUKtfOJ* *i position can got on* after oomplsstlnv !?.*„« m SITS*. T.v p< B‘,V”i*' ift&RK M il Wtlcoa-aL CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS! are very desirable for young people, /full in formation and questions recently used by the Commission free. Col umbian Correspondence College. Washington, P ft. CARPENTERS wanted. Brst-elass In side flntshors, also stair builders. o!5 Bewick CARPENTERS- 3 first-* lass carpenters wanted. C. B Ward. 119 Farnsworth EXPERIENCED Gordon pressman wanted. 20 Porter-st. . . _ . _ - - —m4 GOOD upholsterers wanted, lfenrv J. Hosbach & Cos.. 298 Congress-st. cuel. MEN i«-a. n barber trade, great demand for barbers: tuition and tools. 116; catalogue free. Michigan Barber Col lege. Cl West Congress-st.. Detroit ffBNP FOR THE WAGON To take your old newspapers, maga alnes. clothing, etc. We cun use any articles In our work except TIN CANS AND ASHES. Salvation Army Social Department. Both phones. 930 Lafayette-ave SALESMAN WANTED by well-known old established New 1 ork house (teas, coffees and spices), to tuke charge of the state of Michigan, one who hue represented sotn** good De troit wholesale grocer, and knows the country grocer thoroughly; com mission hast* or salary and expenses. Address In confidence, Energetic. 314 Madison s*).. New York city. __ WANTED Railway mall clerks, salary 9800 to |1 400; no "layoff*;" examina tion In Detroit. May 15th. common education sufficient; candidates pre pared free Write Immediately for lull particulars. Franklin Institute, Dept 82-A. Rochester. N Y WANTED—Men to learn barber trade: few weeks complete*; few weeks completes; wages Saturdays; posi tions waiting MOLER graduates. Just the Urn*' to begin; term com pletes at busiest season. Catalogue mailed free. Write Moler Barber col lege, Chicago, Ills. WANTED —Man to wash and drive in livery, must have experience. Rear 53 WlHls-ave. west. WANTED—Harness maker at 1825 Mlchlgan-ave. WANTED All around man for livery, must know the city. 175 Baker want ED—A meat < utter; rtftrtßCW. 477 Junetlon-ave. WANTKI>—Af'TOMOF4II-K TOP”TitfMT ME HS DETROIT MOTOR CAR SUPPLY CD. 1258 JEFFERSON WANTED - Thousands of voung men for railway clerks, postoffice clerks, carriers and rural delivery, salary SBOO to 91.2D0; life position; examina tion In Detroit, May 15th; last op portunity to prepare. Writ* imme diately. Government Positions Bu- ' r**au, Rochester, N. Y young msn sot railroad flretnsu, brakomen. baggagemen; |75-$10() to start, early promotion: experience unnet'cinury; Mate age. weight and height Addies:j Railway Bureau, ClO Panama Bldg. St Louis. Mo. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. ' ARE you on A better footing than you were ln*t year? If not. *• «• us about getting m position ttrat offer* s<lvancem* nt; 30 days at our school will fit you for Mich a position. Call or write for particular*. Day, evening and cor respondence courses. Rapid Short hand schools, l(*aiy Bhlg.. 92 Broad way. BUSINESS. SHORTHAND AND ENO LISH taught under most favorable conditions, day and night school. Th» Business Institute. Brettmeyer Bldg. COOKS and waitresses, in and out of city. Crego Employment Agency. 59 Woodward. CnMPETENT girl for general house work; family of two. good wages. 1121 Jefferson. EXPERIENCED OPERATORS on over all*. jackets, shirt* and pant*, also n few young girl* to learn; will pay double wages to beginner* Apply W. M Flnck Cos. U6O Oratlot-ave.; Crosstown cars. GIRL f<*r general housework; good pay; small famllv; reference. Call morning, 440 Beaublen-st. GERMAN girl for general housework; must understand cooking Apply oi2 Brush-st. GIRL want'd for general housework; reference* required. 182 Charlotte. GOOD girl for general housework 460 Helen-ave. GIRL w iiiiril to ossist with b.ous*- work 1 253 Harper HOUSEWORK Girl wanted for gen eral housework. 532 Chenc-st. HOUSEWORK -Girl for general house work. 659 Tillman. WANTED- Good strong girl to assist In general housework. 244 Bellevu* - a v «* WANTED Good strong girl to assist j in general housework. 1041 W. Grand ' blvd. WANTED Good dining room girl nt 3 Jefferson-ave. near Second. WANTED Probationers Woman's II oapital nml Infants' Home. Forest I nn»l Reaublen. Apply to Mr*. Hor ner. superintendent. WANTED--Waitress, permanent posi tion Grace hospital. John It nnd WIIIIS. WANTED Capable woman to work for herself and husband s board, some pay 230 Lafayette. WANTED—A competent girl for gen eral housework, family of two: ref erence* required. Apply 4 4 Atkinson Michigan Millinery School, Class now forming for complete course HE ALT BLDG. 92 BROADWAY. \\ wri'.n— % LI. NTS. AGENTff WANTED Expenses paid no experience required, portraits bro mules . photo pillow tops, 30e; frames Ht factory price*; credit given; cata logue and sample* free. Department .6. Daniel H. Ritter Cos.. Sl9 West Vim Rurm. Chlcngo.dill. J*"hT Off—Low-priced 3-lb m*rp. turn crank to wring; no soiled hand*; ! women all bu\ 150 per .«uit protlt; | exclnalve territory: catalog free. U. - Mop •'i . 606 Main *t Lelpslc, o. STOP -Women and nt«'n. Hurrvi Seven new useful fast *el|rrs. 3ft others l<* select ftom; big profits; wtlti* for 92 free offer ami particu lar*. Fair Mfg. Cos., box 655, Racine. WU *4LF*MI.\ U V N TED. SALESMEN Ext*erlenced t** handle on coinml**lon, staple line ‘‘National," lowa City. vTowa. TRAVELING i make t\ I dally In spare time, pocket sample* free; sells nt sight t«» m.uchants In nil line*; give references, territory! and permanent address. Kewln Sale* Agency, Chicago 1 WANTED Salesmen for Vichignn for! one of the hr st whip lines |p the country. Write quirk for part!cu r lurs to tire Davis Whip v n., Tlppo t anoe t’lty, Ohio. - • •iTf.% rioN* u % \ rc.r>—rr.MALK. BUNDLE WASHING wanted A <\, tint M. 11 spruce-st. W ANTED —Position as mother's helper in redn**l Protestant family by wo man of r* ftnem< nt nnd experience. Address Ml** ft . care of Y. W. C. A„ or phone Main .14 40. WANTED - By mhid|e-aged la*ly. |iou*ew*>rk; moderate wages; good home. Call 261 Twentieth-gi W(*RK hv rlsy. excepting Wed near beat reformers. Mrs. Dlbhley, 249 bandwich-nt., Windsor-. THE DETROIT TIMES: MONDAY. APRIL It, 1 q 00. MTt’ATION* WAVrfr*—V*l« COLORED MAN wishes position as assistant hostler ind around garuge. 265 Winder. YOUNG MAN, *7. wants oftlcc position, good writur. 375 Champlum. MONKV TO 104 3 READY MONEY. We will lend you money today, tomor row. any day. and for any purpose. Get Our Rates. It Will Pay You. Time und payments to suit your con venience. Liberal rebate If paid be fore due. Every transaction strictly *onftdentln). Quick, Reasonable, Reliable. RELIANCE LOAN CO.. 406 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Tele. Main 4666. • MONEY TO LOAN No security or Indorser require*! New Cos. New Rates New Plana DETROIT LOAN * TWLd'- CO.. 41 MICHIQAK-AVE Look for electric sign. Second floor Hours. 6 to C dally and I to 8 Saturday. Take atatra. Monev Loaned Working People On their pijvin not®. Nc Assignment Mortgajpe or Security Rates, one-half loan companies. RURK ART, Hours. 8 to 8 dolly. 33 McOraw bldg MONEY TO LOAN to salaried employes, or to those who are keeping nous#; no security wanted One-half the rat# of big advertisers Cal’ and see AMERICAN LOAN CO. 410-411 Chamber of Co-nmer j bldg. FOR SALK— MISCELLANKOI’j. BILLIARD and pool tohle*. new nnd second-hand, from 925 up: -Iso wall and showcases; easy terms; supplle* and repairing at reduced prices. .he Bchulenhurg Mfg. Cos.. 9S Randolph st.: established 66 years. CI.KAN. dry. hasd 01 soft mil!wood Houghten-French Coal Cos Bldg- 943 5 LIGHT DYNAMOS. sl6: 20 light dyn amo*. 335; 175 light dynamos, 9100; L-h p. motor, sls; -h. p. motor. 925; 2-h p motor. $45: 3-h. p motor |sft, lft-h. p motor, 176: 15-h p. mo tor. $100; 25-h p motor, $175. We sell or rent SCOTT BROS ELEC TRIC CO. 3 Farrar-st. WANTED- Cor. M.*.i'.!jr?r* «od Fourth, to furnl«*i looms *-omp eie. f! week Sumner Cos. JACKSON II7LL NI T T. $3 75 Phone Main 4222; City «2?2 M\illett and Grand Trunk; C. C. Canny. SODA FOTTNTATNS. lat«>*t style* at cut price* and easy term*: also metal stool*, ehalrs. table* and show cases. Schulenburg Mfg Cos., 98 Randolph st _ ATTENTION! \\ r F- HAVE COAL TO BURN! Ifeeklnr Valley. Blaek Diamonds: 2.000 pounds nut. $3 75; lump, $4 50. deliv ered: Charcoal or Coke 5c per hag. Phone Main 22« Cltv 2944 R Coal yard. 278-280-282 Hastlngs-st FOR SAT.E—Mv store loented 584 miles from Mayville and 6 miles from Caro, on half acre of ground; store, barn and sheds; stock consist* of general merchandise and good wagon In con nection; only store nnd doing a big business; eause of selling sickness; ilvtng rooms upstairs, big hargnln: horse, harnesses, wagons and bug gies nil go; stock will Inventory from sL2on to $1,500; possession given Mav 1 W E. DEAMUD. NOFUHI GROVE. MTCH. SODA FOUNTAIN Second-hand marble fountain* cheat). R. B GALLAGHER A of).. ISS JEFFERSON-- MAIN 2882. ICE LESS SODA FOUNTAINS A SPECIALTY Fountains of all kinds and moderate prices We have the most up-to date and complete line of soda foun tains. Ult you up with marble slabs, tanks, charging outfits, show case*, •nfe*. wire tables nnd chairs on easy payments Geo Marsh Cos., 9 Far mer-*t BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A.A.A. —Rooming Houses Eight to 35 rooms each. line location; $250 to $3,000. Some on terms. PATRICK & ALDRICH. *>S Home Bank Bhlg Main 3239. LAND CONTRACT drawing 6 per cent to exchange for vacant and some cash; it is on a modern home, and everything up to date. C. box 22. De troit Times. —166 PARTNER WANTED In mall order business established; prefers lady stenographer with business ability; small Investment required C. box 26. Detroit Times. —-166 WANTED- Main with money to enlarge good business, feed man or saloon man preferred. Call 292 Hastlngs-st. 60r ON THE. $1 00 Buvs my equity In 8-room. modern home, near 3c car line; only one year old. tine decorated. Addres* C. box 25. Detroit Times. —166 ffiSn EQUITY in 7-room home on east side city to exchange for a vacant lot of equal value. C. box 24. De troit Times. —166 80-ACRE FARM. 40 acres under culti vation, house, barn, other buildings well, orchard: 4 miles from Iwo towns; will take equity In house ar free and dear vacant In exchange C. box 23. Detroit Times —166 ~C,tTo MARSH Will start you In business. Call at 9 Farmer-*t. _ GROCERY AND MEATS. suburban town near Detroit; stiles over s2o.oot' Inst year; two lee houses filled; rent $25: good long lease; reason for sell ing. failing health, will Inventory ithuut $2,800. PATRICK & ALDRTCH. Main 3239. 68 Home Bank Bldg A BARGAIN One of the lost saloon propositions In the city; owner must sell this week, will deliver nt sft cents on the dollar; located on Mlchlgan-ave., Inside of mile nnd one-half circle. Address / hnx 27. Detroit Times. SODA FOUNTAINS NEW STYLE COUNTER SERVICE, METAL CM MRS AND TABLES; CRUSHED FRUITS AND FRUIT PYRT'RO; CONFFCTfONER’S CANDY DISHES AND GI.OBF JARS. E. 73. OALT.AGHKP. A CO.. 113 JEFFERSON MalN 7892. IF YOU want to huy or sell a business of any kind, city or country, we can give you quick returns; nothing too large If legitimate GILTNF.R 8c FISK. 4nr, HOPOBfI BLDG M\ in SSOO B 1 'VS SALCH)N In half-mile circle; good ntock if look ing for something good *••« this. $4 .sdo buys downtown saloon do mg sls a day; own* nil fixture*, license a ltd lease nnd growing better; owner wishes to retire, $1 .000 huy* saloon on main avenue that Is wot tli the money. 88011 buvs downtown cigar store doing $566 .t month; this will l»e picked up quick. (iILTXFR & FISK, 105 Hodge* Rldg City 4 995-X. Vmtn ' 2796. HOTEL, I year tense 26 room* steam 1.-nt. flve baths, electric light nn«l furnished elegant nlwn'* full; near the postulflce. This I* 11 hlg snup and will sell on sight. Terms, part ensh PATRICK 8c ALDRTCH. Main 32..9, t>9 Home Bank Bldg. 6110$'. RKPAIRINO. >*■ .. noes Kepalrtd ■ 1 W UP-TO-DATE SHOE .E --AIR CO , 121 Fnrmer-st. hone Main 4176-J OLD sib )••>' made new while you wait, the modem way. Famous flhoe Re pairing Cos.. 48 State-et. Park 123 R. PON ««• g_HKH||)E\ir. PROPKHTV. 553 TOWNSEND. In Butilrvartl Park Subdivision, large roomy 9-room house with still hase inent. fornaet. attic, front and rear vestibule; hardwood floor* and finish; will sell for I* s* than |3,8oo; on ea*> contract or caslt. Get keys ami fur ther particular* at our office. ON ANToINK-ST.. near Champlain, we ha\e a IJ-ritviii house, bath, electric llglit*. furnace. ct»' Cheap GOODWIN-AVK., neur Holbrook, a 92,- 500 house for $1,950; 2-atory, 7 room*, hath. ga*. cellar. IN SA6IE section. Jiear N4'c*tminstot. we have a 2-atorv 7-rooni house, on 3u-ft I'll, that must lie sold at one#; wortli $2,000, easy. Price 91,100 CHESTNI'T-ST.. near Jos. Campau. 7- room cottage In good repair; to close an estate $2,000 ONE BLOCK from corner of Gratiot and Chenc-st* . we have 5-room cot tage on 35-foot lot on paved street; will sell for $1,760. INVESTMENTS VAN DYKE, near Mack, nice two-flat. 6 rooms up, 6 down, ail In good *hap>-; sell on easy contract; S2OO down. s2o per month, prlc* $3,750. NEW 2-FAMILY pressed brick Mat. on 30-ft. lot; one block from Eastern High sthool; hss separate furnaces, laundry tubs; full basement, attic, all hardwood; a beauty at 14.550 STORE SNAP. Cost $7,500 to build last year, will sell for $6,200, ,»n contract or cash. In fine locality, mar Jo*. Cnmpau ami War ren; suitable for anv kind of busl ness; can have Immediate possession; get key and particular* at our office. L.VMI4RKCHT. KELLY Ar CO.. Both pliant* 315. 84 Grisvvold-st DON’T PAY RENT BUY A HOME EASY TERMS INTEREST q PER CENT WE BUILD TO SUIT YOU All lot* 35) 100 feet, located on Helen ave.. between Mark and Charlevoix, all improvement* In; a liberal prop- OMltton; Investigate It HOMER WARREN & CO., 202 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Main 6406 City 4406. TWELFTH ST. COTTAGE Near Myrtle. 7 rooms. 3()-ft lot, 31.700. ALEX. WATSON, 802 Hammond Bldg SIOO Down Takes It Camcron-ave., near Philadelphia -New 7-room, hath. ga*. cellar, oak Moor*, open stairs; price low Other good offers Mr; in 3386, Zeigen Real Estate Exchange 710-721 Majestic Bldg. Van Dyke Ave., 709. $2,250 Splendid 7-room frame, attic, cellar, good barn. 30-ft. lot; near Mack car. ALEX. WATSON. 802 Hammond Bldg Flat, Near Warren—sl,37s Cottage, near Michigan, $790 Il'-sidence, Euclid. near Oakland, $1,650. Cottage, near Warren. $1,050. Cottage mar Gratiot, $1,250. Double house, Twelfth, snap. $2,600. Flnt, near water works, *3.100. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. WEST SIDE RESIDENCE SCOTT EX, lust north of Warren. 8 rooms and hath; full basement; fur nace; oak Mnish; must sell this month; »wn*r leaving city $2.5^0 CAVALRY, near Dlx. H room*, gas, bath and cellar; corner lot; E Z terms NEAR FORT AND CAMPBELL. 8 rooms and hath. «h*. cellar and full brick foundation; term* SI,BOO VINEWOOD, near Grand Riser (new). strictly modern $3,400 NEAR BCRROUGHH ADDING MA CHINE, 8 room*, gas, hath ami cel lar; easy term* $2,100 LAMBRECHT. KELLY Ac CO.. Both phone* 315. 84 Qrlswold-st. Small Payment Down Btivs New house. 5 ROOM HOUSE, HAS <'ELLAR. GAS. AND LARGE ATTIC; SMALL PAY MENT DOWN. BALANCE EASY TERMS; KEY NEXT DOOR; 1679 MKDBURY. NEAR VAN DYKE. HENRY S KOPPIN, M 4 72. 701 BREITMEYER BLDG. A BIG BARGAIN. Open Sunday. 12 t«> 4. 39 McKlnley-ave. (now called Taft), modern 9-room house. Come and see it. Grand 2544-J. 240 Rouxs—sl,soo. New 6-room house on easy term*. Come In and make offer. Must sell. ■T. A. Garllrk. 520 Moffat. Main 4 9 73. MUST BE SOLD THIS MONTH. SCOTTEN. lu*t north of Warren, eight room*, full 1 isem; nt, furnace; owner leaving city. $2,500. LAMBRECHT. KELLY * CO. Both phone* 315. 84 Griswold. FOR SALE—Four new houses easy terms, Rohns-ave„ north of Gratiot William Lutz. 639 Oratlot-ave HOLBROOK A YK. New double frame, fi room* bath, brick cellar, lot 30x160; rent* $32; snap at $3,000. ALEX. WATSON, 802 Hammond Bldg. To hunt— A. A.—Rental Agency—A. A. GERARD-STORMFELTZ-LOVELEY CO See E. K. BENNETT. Griswold and Larned. Main 3770 Hannan Rental Agcncv ONE McGP.AW HLDO. ’ HOUSES, flats stores Tel Park $77. for list. J F. Weber & Cos.. 304 Gra tiot. TO It ISN'T—FLATS. FI.VT, Michigan and Boulevard. IRC fl it, PI? th, near Grand River, $1" cottage, near Warren. $9 Ebert. 3ft:* Majestic bhlg. to tts:> r—in xmixx ri.\cr.». To Rent—Store 56 Jefferson Ave., running through to Wood bridge St.: tile floor and steam heat. Inquire The Economy Mfg. Cos., 54 Jefferson Ave. TO IIKVI—IIOOM*. ).. uM- lur Cltui t- lot Im> n« .'oiiiiil*. le. $1 week Sumner Cn \f!rh an 1 4tb T 4) RENT—P4IIM*. FARMS TO RENT So ACRES, near Richmond, rich soil, good house fair barn? Mn* orchard. 60 ACRES, live mile* south Fenton, near school and churches, productive *mi. house, burn, tool shed nnd wind mill, large peach orchard. Addres* 74 4 Oakland-a ve„ Detroit. I'hon*- North 1293 I. \ >*KUS<*>V%l.. vJ I r MAlli U'KMt.s BALI-.*-Uu»br puff*, wavy switches, combing*, mad* up, only $1; electrolysis, removal *1! fa>Ul blemishes, hair dressing mas • sge. fare nr scalp Mias It. L lluu bard 497 Ga* bhlg M 1227 “MRS. E. PAXTON Electrolysis, hair dressing shampoo ing. eb-ctrlc fSce nnd scalp ma**age. manicuring and manufacturing of bnlr good* - phone W. 1 705. No. S7» Trumbull - ave. CARPET CLEANING. | CALL UP MAIN iiai For Star Vacuum Cleaning wngott. Ori ental nnd domestic rug* cleaned by compressed air. Star Carpet denn ing Cos tln*tne**-llke Printing. No fuss and no feather* The plain, rent kind that took* right Time* Printing l'o„ No 16 John H -st. Phone lms. rOM SALIC-—VACANT LOTS. Highland Park Lots ARE SELLING FAST... Over 150 New Houses Started Since January Ist This means more value to the surrounding lots. Do you own one? If not, why not? If you ever expect to own a home this is the place where you should live. Surely you are not con tent to live in a crowded street, with its noise, dust, little sunshine, less room and no out-door advantages. Be one of us. Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine and out-d<K>r pleasures. If you can spare only ONE DOLLAR we will sell you a lot and you can pay the balance of the purchase price in weekly payments of si, or as much more as you desire. Prices $75 to S2OO Each NO INTEREST charged you at any time. If sick or out of work you need make no payments. io% premium allowed on extra payments of sto.oo or more. Take Fourteenth Ave. “Through” car up Oakland. Get a transfer to the Victor Ave. line. Get off the Victor car at Davison and walk one block east to the subdivision. Salesmen on the property Sunday from i to 5 p. m. BESSENGER & MOORE. 2nd Floor Telegraph Building,. 100 GRISWOLD ST., Cor. CONGRESS. Main 407, FOB HALE—VACANT LOTS. NEAR PACKARDS WK HAVE fine lot* on H«len-avc.. south of Hnrpei. and north of Houle vard; one at $360, and three at ON"t'A.s'i ON. 4 -block south of Har per. with sewer, water und side wal_K, 3 lots, each . . . . . .|2no ON LAMIIKRT. between Helen and Frontenac; eement walks; sewer and water ■ ■ ■ •f* - , 1 ’ GRAND-BLVD.. near Harper. 30 ft lots. all Improvements NEAR MACK-AVK.. On St. Clair, ty-block south of MacK, witli cement walks, sewer and wa ter; only one at " HI’RLBUT. Vi -block from Mack . . . s.l«<> PENNSYLVANIA. north of Mack, own er says sell; make us an offer; leaf than ' 0 HAM BRECHT. KELLY & tO„ Both phones 315. 84 Grlswold-st. BIG LOT BUNGALOW SUBDIVISION LOTS i oox 120 Grand Rlver-ave.. 5 minutes* ride from Boulevard; city conveniences, water nnd electric light. Take Northwest ern electric car. get off at either Tnrt. Turner or Kennedy-aves. Salesman on the ground Sunday afternoon, 1 riTY ft SFBFRBAN HOMES CO . LTD.. 37 STATE-ST. SCOTTEN-AVE.. near Warren, will build moderate priced house on easy payments. GRIFFIN BROS.. Phone M. 1258. 303 Elks’ Temple. ROSKDALE-CT. 40 ft . SBSO. Harmon. 30 ft.. SSOO. Harmon, near Brush; raved; Trowbridge, 80 ft., SBSO Belmont, near Woodward, oO ft., sl.- Colllngwood. first block, 50 ft.. $1,500. Burlingame. $750. Webb. SBOO. Atkinson, first block. $-.200. Holbrook, $550. * Terrace, cor. on Cass farm, BOxloO, $4,200. Terrace, cor. on Brush, 00x1 40. $4,100. Goodwin, near Holbrook. S4OO. Highland, first block. 70 ft., SI,OOO, Kirby, near Hastings. 85 ft., SBO \V. W. BENNETT. 1209 MAJESTIC. WILL BUILD K< >R V/ H’ Stevens. Manchester or Callfornlu-nve*.; see plans and prices: build to suit on eaav terms. OP!E. «10 MOFFAT RLK. PARKER. SCHUNK ft ERY BIG BARGAINS IN VACANT. Trumbull, near Putnam. 40x130..$ 1.240 | Calvert, near Third. 35\ 124 . 500 Hazelwood, near Second. 40\125.. 1.000 Wel»h, near Second. 50\120 • 850 Hcthune. mar Ornml River. 3<i\l l>s 750 Wreford, mar Grand River. 30x120. 525 I*ll Majestic Bldg. Bell Main 5030. Home City 6743-X. i;r< ’LI I*-A VE . near Oakland, pa. id. : will build to suit easy payments. GRIFFIN BROS.. Phone M. 1258. 303 Elks' Temple. ! OPPOSITE FORD’S FACT! )RY. Highland I’mk. 820 per foot: good site I for grocery, market or restaurant. DAVF.Y ft (>PII . FINE LoT on Townsend-nve north of K'.rcheval; will build i«> suit on < nsy p > % ments GRIFFIN linos Phone M. 1258. 303 Elks' Temple. 'CADILLAC, north Kerchevnl. 3f»x2;:x:!4 I feet. Pennsylvania; fine; 33 nnd 50 ft. Iliirlli it. Bewick. Garland. 45 ft . m ir .Tefferson i Will furnish mom vto build TRO* r TTER, 202 MofTnt Bldg UTIK Uo AND IIONDS i will Tm 'y loin pi es Mleh. Stlg . com ‘ Nat. Ilk of Coin 1,0.i mlngtott oil \Yol Pt land Cent !>'•» Croann t y. I WILL SEI.L Golden Fr* st. • Saginaw < odd Mb h Sug . pr« f < ■iiica \ . Am Lumber. .Marengo.,rent Orders i x> < uted on all <• x■ n- Private wlr servlc* Prompt «1 • • 11v «t y. Phone for quotations LEWIS G. <i< )RTON, 14 13 Ma'j* stle Bldg Main <42. * ro|: \ I,T II >\l lo ( fully inhl nnd non nieces tide. Send for rlrc'tlnr S, \ ick, 81 5 « nnmher of Comm* re**. m mm sv < aunt. i .. V X .*» t ..- ■ lot • •>**- • "**.». ■ >1 • • Phone |(lll«>tißirh Bros W est tir. a; UTiMi Aid »ND f *.lt i v mi. ITUKAUK Ithlftt vans. packing Main 41 Gllman-»U I ROE HI. BROS —Storage, moving f ark' Ing and shipping Ridge 823. City 9*3 i < )RTY CENTS IS \l L We charge per month to “tore yous ntove ’.Vm T Dust On . 30-32 Ma comb-st.' M “12. city 713 Repatts for ell stoves and furnaces lln*lnr»<-IIS<- Printing. No fu*a and no feathers. The plain, nea* kind *hnt ] looks right. Times Printing t No 1b John R -st. Phone 119$. FOH ■ A LB— VACANT LOIN. FOR SALE—FARMS FARMS CO ACRES—Near Mt. Pleasant, black loam, orchard of apples, pears, plums nnd cherries, log house, bain 2S.\3G with wing for horse stable; other buildings fl. 800 Will exchange for l>etroit property. 213 ACRFIS- Near Coldwater. 100 acres Improved, 7 acres orchard, new wind mill, 11-room house on stone foundation. woven wire fences, hip roof barns 30xS0 and inxso, 50-ton silo, all kinds of outbuildings SIOO an aero FARMS IN Aid. PARTS OF MICHIGAN. “FARM HEADQUARTERS” Cl IAS. D. FISKE, "IS-14-15 Chamber of Commerce. FARMS A PARTICULARLY well kept up stock and dairy farm of 150 acres, of the very bent gravel loam, near Fenton, on good gravel road, fi acres woods, all the rest good plo\N bind. I,?»•><) rods new American wire fence, 25 or 20 acres seeded: house thoroughly modern with open plumbing, eleetric light, etc., barns and outbuildings of a very high grade; can he purchased at a price nnd terms so r«a*onable as to be a surprise. 250 ACHKS- Gravel loam farm near Romeo. 1 mile front street car line, and on mnin traveled gravel road, all plow land « wept 50 or GO acres, lowland and pasture and goods, 9-room house, horse barn, 40\100 ft. painted grain burn with basement, other necessary buildings; Is considered one of the best stock farms in the vicinity, can ho purchased as a whole or In part very reasonable, and might take o titer good property as part payment. fil'R FARM CIST contains a splendid Variety of nil sizes and values to select from, made up of from one to five farms for sale, in nearly every township in Oakland. Macomb. Wayne and Washtenaw counties. Whether vou are In the market to purchase now, or at a later time, we will lo> pit used to furnish any information desired. For particulars, call or write, E. A. STRICKER, •FARM DEPT.” 712-11 MAJESTIC BLDG, DETROIr. >IICH. ■PirCATIQW 4l„ ■DPamiIAL STRASBOURG DANCING SCHOOL 56 nnd .“8 Adams-ave. east. Anew class for ladies nnd gentlemen—begin ners—starts Thursday evening, April 15. Fee $5.00. Pupils guaranteed to learn. No embarrassing feutuies. Good associations. For 54 years “Strasliurg's" has been Detroit's foremost school. Pay no atention to false statements that our minlls learn to *'hou.'* In 35 years, this school has taught absolutely nothing In the nature of a hop in connection with the waits or two-step Write or phone (M. or C. 1214) for circular. 11. A. STRASBURG. Principal. PKRMINU,. ARTISTIC HAIR GOODS Have you se« o r new DIRECTOTRE. CHIGNON AND CLUSTER PI’FFS. the very latest hair creations which add that irresistible chat m 'to the head dress? I have the moat complete stork of straight and wavy switches In Michigan. MADAME LORAINE KENNEDY fcECOND FLOOR. OF PARDUIDGE Jfc 12 LACK WELL'9. DKVn.M'ft. Come pr* ttv n*nr phasing every body. Their extracting surprls'*’'- ill. Jl <ic»wii. nml $' n week. I* allsfar tory. Wo nro jour friend and Non 11 be ours. Save your teeth. Health mean a wealth. K(llt fIAI.K—K AIIMV 1 4»j ACRES near penrbnrn so art'fs near Plymouth, tin acre* rifitr Clawson. ;i7 it* i' v tidin’ 111> *-• • enter. jOft acres muir I »«• t r«»i t. 50 acres tiei r I’> l roll. urns n* a r !*• t roll. 40 acres ip'ir «’i-i*«• \v*ll. ' n:> Her* * omit FI icn Hoi nrri'n near Puntin'. I 'or iirioos aml tot ms. Sec W . \Y. BENNETT, 1 joy MAJESTIC. I \ P, \RGAIN E ARM 120 Artir.ff. m:aii cmelsea io-kmo.m in >i si:, t a * > itij< I* v ( Ki MAUI* WINDMILL '' ATKR IN ; H\RN i >Ki MIAMI' 'M 1 1 ' PHONE. RICH I’l-AY U»A M *-•>} ! > io:, ai* 11 Ee' PiiOXA. i.i riMHRR. vv ACRE TAKE <’|Tt I*H<>l Ml I» * in part i:xrii \N<ii:. \V. A. WV.nO. 100f. 11AMMONT• HU"! CHICKEN FARM 2 to 10 Acres nil Electric Line 40 arn s. near Detroit. $1,700. 100 acres, K"i(l building*. t° p <* j chfttlg" I BERT, 300 Majestic I’mti. FOR SA LE F \R M S \\ ill trmle tjtjotl </o acre free anil clear farm at nul\ S'v per acre for equity in house < r flat in Detroit. Haves Realty l 0.. . Chamber of ( ommerce. MASK A roll MWAN mail* J" '' dnotlve. valuable, salraUl- 1 l>t.ik. unit M il form- 5 Elrst • rep jciy-* ■ til experts* s W rit* fur pinna A\ .I- Winchester. Saskatoon t hiih.lh Farm and Snhurhan Home SpecialM Two acre Mill’ll bun !"*•"' Si.' I '. "'i electrics; 30 mill-* from «’ltv * all fair house, I>nrn. poultry house. K'"”l fruit itn<l water. Five-acre suburban bum*', Royal Oak; good house, bn in ano outbuild ing* a bargain at $.1,200. Fifty other Oakland county mut*. urban bargains. | . BOI’RNK & FISK. I si*l Chamber of Commer* e. I'OR ati.R..v«r4«rf «*<**,\ BEST DENTISTS. You will like ns nml we will like you. V* * know you will. Others *lo and tell their friends to. One • nil proves this. 54 GRAND RIVER* A V E. ion niti.r:—farms. 4 AOR EM, 1 mile front Algonae, V* mile from rar line: <5-room cottage. small burn. good orchard. $1,500. Will take cottage In Detroit •;i 2 ACRES .it Vpsllnntt: good 2- 5-10!* liiiiisc . «-11 v water: 2-story barn; cons Idem bb fr *1 only 2 blocks from i ii lin* Will take bouse nnd lot in I »f trolt. ' M'liKs ! inib from Vpsilanti; |n-iouni lin nearly new; no barn. \\ ill sell < h in or take house and lot in I V't *oil in * xehange 10 \('llb< nib - from Roulevard i *.i .T.d I;iv* r .ive.; small house, n>• rt »• 1 n* *i' ml barn and other out- Ii id.' u Might consular Detroit prnpei i- *'or i' i• t >' ACRES. 2 miles from Tpsllantl; irnoil 7-room house; barn. 3*x7o foet; v lndml'i good fences: about 10 acres Ci 'h \\ ii| (akc $2,500 house In Pe troit. V'• N'-Rt;.-. 11 miles from Port II .• i . in and bMlldlngs about 3R : ~ ~f kr0.,,1 timber. Will exchange l*»r Detroit property. MR* m iKS Ar KINGON, / jil2 Whltn* 1 )’ Pldg Ijo \CP.KS. .'7 tiiib-s from fteTroTm f;otjS"S. 2 l«rg>' barns. neres lake; yi">.| fishing Price ss,<*oo Clay gravel loam soil If," M'ltF.S, 1 x ini!.* from city hall, m Wayne and • vir line, 10-room Inin.--*., 2 lara*' barn* good fences nnd nil! pi i•• s N .Out*. $1,500 down, hal i.:t< • i.imv, or will ink' 1 one-half city propert' possession at once. Si n*l so; our b*.'*» klet »•* over ' 4<to f; Mbs from 2 to 2f*o acres. < -v ..|» t until s 10 Wednesday EVSTF.R BRIGGS, FARM EXCHANGE. f,*»s -,' MAJESTIC HMXI. \\ f. li.W *< vcral g*>o<T farms in all t **s of Michigan Send and Ret our 11-1 II: ve two good houses to trade 'i’AT i .RSOX BROS. & CO.. T*»lm * Itblg , 45 stnt*-«t. Main 25«. hi «; ,i u\\r« t • .'I Life Is Worth Living. If you gi t s i*c inest at to* Utopia restaurant. ♦* Ra*ley-avc * JO® ». i; I*o H E / -j \\ \\ I'Kl)—Hist EM. HIGHEST prices paid fu-nltitr*. •toria carpets. laphsm. lit Orat. Park Ms*J Page Seven FOR SAI.K —FARMS. 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