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WHY COUNTESS i
' IS NOT INVITEO
Husband’* Title Doe* Not Warrant
Invitation and Former Gladys
Vanderbilt Loses Out.
PARIS, July 20 —The announcement
that MU* Gladys VanderblL. though
married io a count of the dual empire
of Auatriu-Hungary, cannot bo recety
ed in court, raises the whole question
as to who has u right to be invited.
In the lomlnlons of the three em-,
perors, namely, William of Germany, j
Francis Joief of Austria Hungary, aid I
Nicholas of Russia, a mere title gives
no right to an invitation to court. It
the titled person belongs to the im
perial family, then, of courso, ne has
a right to l»e Invited. Russian gran !
dukes and Austrlun arch dukes nave
this right, not because of their titles,
but because they belong to the reign
ing families.
But u limn tuuy be a count or a duke
or even a prince, and yet have no
such right. Hence people will under
stand why CountcH! s-’/echcnyl.
who was Miss Vanderbilt. U n >* in
vited to the Austrian court and why
the Princess Halzfeldt. who was Mi.-s
Huntington, is not Invited to tin* Ger
man court. Rank, and not title, is
what gives a right to a eouit invita
tion in those countries. High rank
In the army, navy and diplomatic se,-
vice gives this right regardless of
title. A general’s whole family is ti -
vlted. A captain may be m\lted to a
court ball, hut not his wife.
Hence an American girl might be
married to a Russian, German or Aus
trian prince or count who Is only a |
captain, und while he would be Invit-,
ed to a court dunce his wife would
be left at home.
For Instance, Prince Beloaaelsky is
a captain of the Russian llo»se Guard
His wife Is a daughter of Gen. Whit
tier, of Washington. She hus no rlgnt
to an Invitation to the court functions.
True, she has been present at one. but ,
It was because Prince Belosselsky s
father is u general, und the old g< u
tleman stretched a point und said ins
daughter-in-law was ids daughter.
American girls who wish to be pc.
vlted to the imperial courts mention
ed should examine the rank, not lim j
title, of the men they mean to marry.'
Count and Countess Gortchakoff.
Russians, who are guests of Fiance
have given an Apache ball at Biarrt
Twenty-eight couples, dressed an or
the fushion of our most rascally out
cast*. took part in the orgy The so
ciety women, dressed in the costume
ot female Apaches, contributed their j
shuro to this piquant and humiliating j
spectacle.
The (Jortcliakoffs, who organized
this disgrucetul ball, aro Russian no*]
bles. And while the French who at-j
repted invitations are not free troiu
blame, it is very bad taste foreign
ers to get up such orgies while en
joying French hospitality.
DENIES SHE IS ’’WALKING
TYPHOID INCUBATOR”
Woman Who it. Doomed To Be Pris
oner for Life Will Continue
Fight for Freedom.
NEW VuKK, July 10. —"A few
more years ol this kind o< life juu I
»bull go insane. I have comnn.tcd
no crime, and even it l had, i should
le given the reasonable doubt that is
given a murderer. Yet. innocent cf
any crime whatever, 1 aui doomed to
he a prisoner for life. I shull con
tinue my »lgbf for my freedom to ibe
tnd,” declare.! .Mary Mu lion.
As Mary Mellon no one in New
York remembers her, but us "Typhoid
Mary" she is known to all.
The health department declare:*
that, while immune from disease lit r
self, she is a walking incubator foi
typhoid germs, ami that wherever slit*
goto, an epidemic of typhoid follows.
Wherefore, she was locked up in the
pesthouse on North Brothers Island
and the courts have recently de< lor. and
the cannot be liberated. She has been
there for two and a had years. Be
fore bedng sent to the island she was
a cook, and the health official:? de
clare she spread typhoid whereve- nno
worked. She declares she has work-d
In scores of places where there has
been no typhoid, and that even now j
she mingles with the doctors in the
pesthouse and cooks fop them and
plays with the children In the various
wards. The woman declares she nas
been examined by specialists outside
of the health department, who declares
she Is not a "walking typhoid incu
bator."
ON TRAIL OF STREET STANDS.
police Hate Bunch of Sidewalk Grab
bers To Court.
The official opening gun in the new
police campaign against proprietor.* of
street stands, and also against the
owners or tenants who rent city si ie- *
walk to the stand keepers, was tired ,
In Judge Phelan’s court, Tuesuay,
when a number of defendants ap
peared to answer complaints under
the amended ordinance of April Id,
1894, whicn states that no one Las
any right to rent or lease, or to oc
cupy the kpacc between the lot line I
and the curb, for any stand of any
sort, or for my purpose whatever.
Storekeepers who have permanent
showcases in front of their stores, be
yond their lot lines, and ulso those
who fall io take show cases into »h« ir
stores after sundown, are also Lomg
complained against. Judge Phelan
heard several cases, Tuesday in irn-
Ing, and took them under advisement.
ONE DROWNED IN WRECK.
.
3t«am Lighter Sinks After Colliding
With Tug— Eleven nescued.
NEW YORK, July 20— One mm.
Assistant Engineer George Logan
was drowned, nine men and a woman
and a baby were rescued, two In
jured, when the steam lighter Martha
Stevens, of the New York and Phil
adelphia Canal line was sunk in col- i
llssicm witn the tug Confidence, off
Robin’s Reef, s mile from Staten Bl
and today. The rescued were taken
aboard the municipal ferryboat Qow
anus and catrled to tho St. Oeoige
ferry terminal.
New Divorce 9uits.
Suppressed suits for divorce were
filed Tuesday by Josephine vs. The> |
dors Hlldebrandt. Estelle vs. John
Hall, William H. vs. Laura Well, ard
Walter vs. Minnie L. Mason
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
ONE OF CITY’S PERILS-WITHOUT
WARNING BIG BUILDING FALLS
Wreck of the United Gas Improvement Cos. Structure in the Heart of Phil
adelphia's Business District, Which Fell, Burying a Dozen People.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. July 20.
Here is another peril of the city.
Here is a great five-story buildiug.
which without an Instunt's warning
crumbled and crashed to the pave
ment
A dozen men—som* working in tho
building, others walking unsuspecting
on tin* sidewalk below —were crumbed
to death.
The building was being romodeiel
within. Had it been occupied—as U
would have been a week later with in ■
hundreds of employes of the United
Gas Improvement Cos. the loss of life
would have totaled one of the
disasters of the century.
DETROIT FIRM SPECIALIZES
IN THEATER DECORATING
Crowley, Milner & Cos. Have Contracts
to Rorurmah Garrick a id Lyceurv
and Out-of-Town Playhouses.
Interior decorations that will male
Detroiteis Mt up an dtake notice- ere
promised with tin* opening of the Gar
rick theater, formerly the Whitn* y,
on the Suturuuy betore Lubor Lay.
For gurgeouaness and splendor the
decorations v. ill surpass anything c/er
attempted *u Detroit, but a detailed
doc.ripiion ol the work now in pi >g
less is impossible, as it is u profound
secret, und a treat In store for tho
‘itist-MightoiJ.’
Most of the material fer these dec
orations is being supplied by Crowley,
Mimer & t'o. who have recently made
theater decors ling a branch of their
business. With characteristic energy
this firm, lever satisfied with any
thing but t ie best, secured the serv
ices of E lu.ird I*. Kramer, of Cleve
land, who has made theater decorat
ing liis especial study for several
years.
The general color scheme of the
Garrick will be green, with carpet pf
a special design woven by the Wilton
company. The walls will be coveted
with panels of silk uaniask, but ot
yond tHat Mr. Kramer is not permitted
to hint.
In addition to the (iarrick, Crowley,
Milner & Cos. have recently secured
contracts ?>- new furnlsntngs in the
Lyceum in Detioit. the Slur in Buffalo,
and the Bijou and Alvin in Pittsburg.
These contra? ts were obtained mi
the face of competition from the big
gest firms In the Fuited States, in
cluding Marshal. Field Cos., Chi. ago,
and several New York houses.
Crowley, Milner efr Cos. are also af l or
several large contracts at the present
time, one of them for a Detroit cm
corn In whl. h a large amount of mon
ey Is Involved.
WILDE'S BODY REMOVED.
Monument Will be Erected Over
Grave of Famous Poet.
PARIS, July 20. —The literary exe
cutor of Oscar Wilde today had the
body of the poet removed from its
grave In .he Cimetiere Parlsien de
Lagnaux, outside the fortifications to
a grave that bad been prepared in *be
great Cimetiere Pere lac Chanse,
where, in a i.hort time, a monument la
to be erected over the body of the
author.
Wild** died ill a cheap lodging house
in Paris on November 20, 1900, whllo
In exile* from England. He was bwn»cl
in an obscure grave on Dec. 3, 1900,
his Parisian friends having leased a
grave there for a few years
On Itee. 12. 19*>n, ntt anonymous
friend gave IIO.OOu with which to pur
chase a grave and erect * monument
in the Per*- La Chanse* cemetery. The
removal of the body this morning was
in strict privacy.
Preparing for Regatta.
A meeting was held by the Detroit
Boat club, Monday night, to discuss
arrangements for the national rowing
regatta Aug 6 and 7. About 600 visit
c.rs arc expected, and, for their ac
commodation. Hie dining room of the
club wlil be given up to them tor two
days. Owing to the telephone and
telegraph service from Belle Isle be
ing inadenuate for the* purpos *s „f the
20 or more correspondents who are to
he present at the races, extra fat ili
ties have been applied for VUitlnr
clubs are having some trouble in s<*
curing transportation for their loi.g
eight-oared shells.
Michigander Put To Death.
BODMIN, England, July 20.—An
American was put to death here today
for murder. The* man who died was
William Hampton, a former resident
of Ishpeining, Michigan, who murdered
his sw ret heart, Emlty Tredres, of
Sterth, on the second day of Mav.
The girl had refused to go with Hamp
ton anv longer and he strangled her
to death. Hampton died bravely nnd
refined to make any «t»fem*»nr nu the
gallows.
THE DETROIT TIMES: WEDNESDAY, JULY ai. igog.
' A slight rumbling and grinding was
the first warning. Then one wno!«
side of tin* building—tin* one neatest
the street—began to shake and quiv
er.
Then while people watched, par
alyzed with fear. the structure twung
slowly, majestically. gathering imyet
; tin every minute, then downward it
broke in a roar that echoed through
the city.
The building was old and built of
brick. The fall, it is thought, came
from long weakened girders giving
I way, or by the accidental blow from
j:: derrick working buck cf an adjoin
i irig; building.
WILL MAKE A RAID ON
BLACK HAND HAUNTS
Confession of Chicago Youth Telling
How Victim Was Murdered
Stirs Police.
CHICAGO, July 20. — A raid on the
headquarters of every black-huml gang
in Chicago will lie made by the police
within tin- next few days following
the confession us Tony Baffa. 18, re
vealing how Giuseppe Kllllpelli was
murdered and disclosing the inner se
crets of the blac k hand.
Immediately after Uaffa’s confession
the detectives arrested Antonio and
' P&squule Nudo, Ernesto Ferrese ami
iGiuscppe Caro and ai! are held today
j under indictment on charge of mur
der. A fourth man mentioned by
[Jaffa as being a member of the gang
i* Kafaelo Nudo. The police have not
'yet located him and It is reported
that he is in Pittsburg. The Pitts
iburg jolice have been asked to arrest
1 him.
The police declare that half a dozen
other Chicago Italians are involved
|in the alleged murder plot and that
more at rests will fr^llow as quickly a*
the men are rounded up. Detective
Gabriel Longa bardl, chief of the
•'Black Hand squad,” believes he will
I be able to get further confessions from
some ot the men tiready under ar
rest, which will enable the police to
strike the hardest blow the black
bunders have ever received here.
it(Tgets~ovation.
-
Returns From Korea, Where He Con
i eluded Satisfactory Agreement.
TOKIU. July 20. —Returning from his
'notable peace victory in Korea. Prince
| Ito today was accorded a reception
I rivaling that given Field Marshals
! Ynmatoga and Oyama when th« y
[marched into the cltj at the head of
their victorious urmies ufter the Uus
elan war. The emperor sent personal
representatives to meet Prince Ito and
government officials vied with the city
authorities in doing hirn honor. At
the mikado's summer residence later.
Prince Ito wus accorded numerous
imperial honors and de< orations,
i Prince ito has conducted a success
jful administration in Korea since he
took over the government there. His
final act as provisional governor whs
the signing of the now agreement pro
vlding for the consolidation of Japan
|rnd Korea.
W. C. MASON ASKS DIVORCE.
Boyajian Juror Was Fined, Monday,
for Striking Wife,
Walter C. Mason, who served aB a
Juror during the trial of I)r. Boyajian,
! charged with murder, and one ol Die
{men who hi cud'out for ucqutHul. rfart
jed suit for divorce Tuesday morning
against hi 9 wife. Mason was tlnej In
police court Monday for striking his
wife.
lake gives up body.
MARQUETTE. Mich., July 20
(Special.)—Thomas Nolan, aged forty,
of Marquettu disappeared three weeks
ago today. Today his body wus
1 found in l-nke Superior. When last
seen he wus drunk.
-
Opposes McClary’s Appointment.
WASHINGTON. July 20.—The op
position of Senator Nelson will proba
bly prevent former Assistant Postmas
ter General James C. McCleary from
being made director of the mint. Mc-
Cleary cannot have Senator Nelson’s
indorsement, It Is understood, because
of hU failure to control his own po
litical district.
WHEN SHE LEAVES
WEDNESDAY
At 5 p. ni. tlie steamer Eastern
States will carry the annual 1).
& C. excursion to Niagara
f alls, and it will be/a record
trip, too,. If von are going, get
your tickets at once. Remem
ber this is the great vacation
onnortunity of the season, hare
, only $3 50 round trip.
PLAN THEIR OWN BURIAL.
Undertaker and Wife Constructing a
Vault In Solid Rock.
NORFOLK. Va., July 20.—Elijah L.
ICox, undertaker, and hi* wife. although
In perfect health and comfortably
well off. are making preparation# fur
Iheir owu burial. They are having In
i stalled in Magnolia cemetery a granite
vault to weigh 48,100 pounds, the
builder of which says, so far a# he
i has been able to ascertain, will be
| like only one other in the world, and
that one is in Scotland.
| Th* vault will be hewn of solid rock
and will be sealed with a piece of
'stone so inusaive that no dozen men
j will be able to move it. The interior
will be made so that it can be di
! vided lido two separate chambers by
a huge slab, and on the lid will be
; set a bronze plate, bearing such In
scription as way be chosen by the
survlvoi.
Cox. whose business la to bury other
persons conceived the idea of the
strange vault for himself and wife sev
eral years ago. He discusses the
plans for the burial of himself and his
wife In the most matter of fact sort
of way. He and Mrs; Cox are nearing
the three score mark.
Business-like Prlnilu*. No fun and
no feather*. The pluln, neat kind trial
looks right. Times Printing Cos.. No.
15 John R.-st. Phone 148*.
....The
People’s Pages
Advertising rates under any
classification In these columns,
one cent Dor word each Insertion,
cash in advance. No udvcrtloement
Inserted for less than 16 cents.
Persons whose names appear In
tho telephone directories may have
advertisements charged at abovo
rates. Call
BELL—KAIN 1498.
HOME—CITY 8381.
For th# convenience of patrons,
arrangements have been made with
the following to receive liner ad
vertisements it the same rata as
charged with the home office:
j
HAST SIDE.
Iloughtru-l-'rcnrh foal Cos., 432 Can
field -ave. east.
i Mt. Elliott Pharmacy, Mt. Elliott and
Oratlot-aves.
F. Drown, 1159 Jofferson-ave.
J. McPherson, 2400 Oratlot-ave., oppo
■ site cur barns.
WEST NIIIE.
! 4. H. Ennaor, 895 Grand Rfver-ave.
1 luruer Mnntoi, 168 Myrtle.
F. 11. Driscoll, 4 17 Mlemgan-avo.
1 J. YV. .Millard, 14 19 Fort-St. west,
j W. \V. flush, 504 Mlchlgan-ave.
marriage licenses.
♦ HI
Charlea J. Glbney, 24. Ida M Kessler,
Huger, 22; Katherine Wonitl,
otto Putz, 28; Mildred Drachenberg,
22.
Emil C. Plepenberg, 20; Emma Rein
hoi/.. 18.
Joseph Perrone. 30. Cincinnati; Muud
Berrand, 30. Superior. Wis.
Earl F Walrath, 24, Sandusky; El
| len M. Uoss, 19. Detroit.
Steve Dornbl. 25; Esther Kovaci, 24.
j Charles W. Munn, 50, Kansas City.
Mo.; Mary E. Hamm. 41. St Louis, Mo.
! iv llHam J Labudle, 23. Bertha Llch
|te. 23.
!♦ ——
BIRTHS. j
BOYS.
Gust Kuptz, 618 Trombley.
Fouls Solomon, Woman's hospital.
George Hess. 579 Eighteenth.
Alexander Noble. 172 Gibson.
Leo Opaleski, 380 Harper.
Joseph Desherow, 229 Kethune
George Brethcn, 587 Eighteenth.
Walter Kronowski, 1098 McKinley.
Louis Burvogel, 483 Merrick
Max Oltersdorff. 403 laiSalle.
Ernest Krledbeig, 92 Jos. Cainpau.
Alfred Clmtfleld. 442 Bewick.
Lester Hubbard. 514 Sixth.
Edward Martin. 50 Roosevelt.
GIRLS.
Pat O’Malley. 650 Hammond.
Fred Lane. Woman's hosnltul.
Howard Washington, 497 Hastings
(twins).
John Banowsky, 319 Palmer.
Joseph Scheld, 715 Orleans.
Frank Downs. 831 Roosevelt.
Henry Jones. 1191 Jefferson.
Joseph Andraejewska. 726 Hancock
Lawrence Nattah, 885 learned.
Joseph Belanger, 971 Brush.
Herman Kantser, 794 Vermont.
Herman Wrobel. 196 l|endrlcks.
Francis Maclewskt, 1091 Dubois
Robert Bold a, 1124 McKinley.
♦ ♦
DAILY DEATH LIST.
4 4
Miss Isabelle McLachlln, 32 years, 924
W. Fort; post-operative Insanity.
Edna F. Donaldson. 31 >ears, 387
Howard; tuberculosis
John Nllz. 60 years, 666 Rlopelle;
cardiac Insufficiency.
Julia Slkora. 44 years, 17 Florence;
placenta pruevla.
Mary Petrrgkowskl. 4 months, 943
Frederick; cholera Infantum.
Adolpli E. Schleslnger. 54 years. 470
{Brush; vilcua \entrlculi (hemorrhage).
Mabel M. Macau ley. 3 months, 175
Fourteenth; acute indigestion.
Helen Charette, 7 months. 121 Min
ni*‘, cholera Infantum.
Mary A Mosher, 38 years, Harper
hospital; dilatation of heart.
1 fiarah Moore. 97 _ yawra, 2M Ktf
tc« nth. senility.
Laura J. Bickenmeycr. 1 year. Chil
drens Free hospital, tubercular men-
I ingltls. y
Elizabeth Morris, 1 month, 1155 Mt.
Anbln; diarrhoea.
Nicholas Czyk, 42 years. Mt. Mary’s
hospital, Intestinal obstruction.
MICH CREMATION ASSOCIATION. J
per cent Interest rti tillcm*. good for
o:ie cremation F. X. Kolb, Treas.
and Gemral Manngei, 12*5 E. Boule
vard. Phone Ridge 66k
:4 4
DIED |
4—— 4
BL’TLER—JuIy 19, 1909. at her parents'
residence. 371 Custer-u ve„ Marlon
l'earl. age 8 years, beloved daughter
of Louts and Margaret Butler. No
tice of funeral later.
BROWN—JuIy 19. 1909, Georgians T
Widow of the-Thte Owen <\ Brown, m!
D., mother of Campbell Harwuru
Brown. Funeral services from resi
dence. 278 Park-st., Wednesday, at 2
p in
I CAHILL—Frank Cahlll,„of Sandwich
Mouth, husband of SllTnu and father
of Cora. Irene and Fiank Cahill. Fu
| neral nutlet later*
! O’CONNELL—JuIy is, Hanoi a, widow
of the late James O’Connell. Funeral
Wednesday. Julj 21, from residence
of her daughter. Mrs. F l>. Wolfe, 74 4
Morrell-st.. at V 45. and Holy Re
deemer church at 9 o’clock
PAGE—JuIy 19, Richard Page, aged 60
| years. Funeral Wednesday at 1:30 a
i m from house, 354 Rewlck-ave , 9
* ucloik at Church of Annunciation.
IkIKI).
DltObßT —July 1 9, at his home, 667 J
Franklin-st., Chari, h Drofet. fathei
of Mims Mary Luvole, Charles Samuel ,
ami John DroLt. aged 69 yeaia. No
tice of funeral hereafter,
SHAFK— Walter Shaft, at late real- J
deuce. 97 South-ave., son of Peter
Shaft, brother of John MliafT. of De- I
trolt, and Mrs. Anna Edmonds, of Mt. j
Clem* ns Burial at Mt. Peter's church. I
Wednesday, July 21, at 9 u. in., Mt. I
Clemens.
WHEELER—JuIy 17, at parents' home. :
33 Austin-st.. Raymond, infant son of
Mr. ami Mu. Harry Whet ler, uged 2
years. Fum-ral Wednesday at 10 a.
m from residence.
MEM* vc V x l l i.— VI u.B.
AN V l'bt.NO PElltiviN desiring a good
position can get one alter completing
one of our courses. Day ami Night
classes all the ycur. Gur tacilitlss
aie positively unequnlt-d in Mlcltigan.
Detroit Business university, 11-24
Wtlcox-sl
A.—Shorthand taught in 30 days. Rapid
Shorthand Uctiools, 92 Broadway.
BLACKSMITH WANTED—A good, re
liable all-around man; must be good
horseshoer. W. N. Doan, Ulissfield.
Mich.
BAKER wanted, day work, on cakes
anil nles. 709 Thlrd-avo.
BARBER at once, first-class. 1301 Jef
ferson east, cor. of Concord.
BARKER wanted, steady Job. 1441 Jef
feisoti-ave. east. cot. Field.
CARPENTERS wanted. Apply John
R , between Medbury and ilendrle.
CARPENTERS and finishers wanted
Iminediutely. Apply B. WlUinan,
Glendale-sve.
CARPENTERS wanted, three good fin
kshers. 57 Selden-ave., upstairs.
<R")! > strong boy wanted. 17. to help!
around tmku shop. Apply upstairs, |
172 Myrtle.
GOVERNMENT CLERKS at Washing
ton wanted. *75 monthly. Exami
nations In Detroit, Sept. 20. Coach
ing free. Eiunklln Institute, dept
96 Y. Rochester. N. Y.
MEN learn barber trade, great demand
for barbers; tuition and tools, tbu;
catalogue free Michigan Barber Col
lege. 37 East Congress. Detroit.
WANTED Boy to help In bakery. 824
Sixteenth.
WANTED—A blacksmith; must be a
good horseshoer and sober man;
steady work and good wugea. A.
D. Hedies, Dexter, Mich.
WANTED Mon to learn barber trade.
Few weeks required. Best paying
work within the reach of poor mon.
Can have shop with small cnpltal
Wages from SI 2 to *2O weekly, won
derful demand for barbers. Cata
logue mailed free. Moler Barber Col
lege, Chicago, Ills.
WANTED —Railway mall darks, city
carriers, postoffice clerks. Examina
tions In Detroit Nov. 17. Preparation
free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 67D.
Rochester. N. Y.
lIKI.P WANTED—FICMALH.
GIRL COREMAKERS wanted. Apply
Eagle Brass works, Dubois and
Franklln-st.
HOFSEWORK —Girl for general house
work. 400 Concord.
HOI’SKWORK —Girl for gen< rnl house
work; small family. 130 Hancock E.
HOUSEWORK—GirI wanted for house
work; two ‘.n family. 1 704 Fort west.
MIDDLE-AGED, honorable woman as
housekeeper; family of five small
children; fer widower. 424 Williams.
■ —— ■ r-
WANTED —Young girl to assist In gen
eral housework. 654 Fleld-ave.
WANTED—GirI for general housework,
must be willing to take care of chil
dren. 387 Rak'T-st.
WANTED Girl about 16, to assist with
housework. 1154 Gratiot
WANTED- Girl for second work. 262
Fourt h-ave.
WANTED—GirI for dining room work
407 Jefferson-ave.
YOUNG girl to assist with housework
and care of children. Apply 130
Trunihull-ave.
WANTED- A washerwoman to take a
young lady's washing home; must he
first-class. Address Z. box 36. Detroit
Times.
•ITU ATI o\s w ssiTEn—M A LIE.
WANTED—A steady Job of washing
wagons. In last place two years. W.
TV J , 239 Brush-st.
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DETROIT LOAN & TRENT CO..
41 MICHIGAN-AVE.
Look for electric sign Second floor.
Hours, 8 to 6 dally and 8 to 8 Satur-
day. Take stairs
Muiitv Loaned Working 1 People
ON THEIR PLAIN NOTE.
No Assignment. Mortgage or Security.
Rates. oYic-hitf loan companies.
BURKART
Hours 8 to 8 daily 32 McGraw Bldg
PERSONAL.
ANY LADY with hair on face, moles,
scars, pimples, blackheads, warts re
moved without injury by electrolysis,
cure guaranteed Eliza Mend Gay,
657 Grand Rlvrr-ave., cor. National.
Phone Grand 2267.
M OFF - HAIR GOODS W3TLE--Cluster
puffs, wavy switches, combings made
up. only 11: electrolysis, removal all
facial blemishes hair dressing mas
sage, face or scalp Ml*s R L Hub
bard. 407 Gas Bldg Main 1227
MRS. J. M. DeVANNIE
tO John H.-st.. near Woodward-av«
roll k riioi'Kiirv.
NEW HOMES
On Holcomb, Mct'lellan and Medhury,
all <n tin*- location*. row mod
ern, from $2.3r.0 to $3,400: terms sjo
ami SIOO down, balance an rent.
“PATRICK,”
Main 3230. Walnut 12f*>7-J
I - "! l'T I ' M
room cottaae, kuh ami cellar, tine con
dition. easy brmi, tl.Non.
Military, near Mctlraw—-K<*w •!«
room cottage, $26 down, balance $, j
pci month, fl. Too.
I.AMHRF.CHT, KET.LY,
iioth Phones 21v. It Griswold
Hair
Dressing
Ms rcHin*
Fliampoolng.
Fcalp Treat.
•rent, racial
Massage and
Manicuring.
All treatments.
tOc Hair col*
orlntr a spa*
clalty. I’hons
Main 6547
DENTISTS.
If You Want Dental Work Done
you want It done RIGHT and QUICKLY and at a REASONABLE prlca, don't
you' Wall, that la the way w« do business, So it Is up to you to coma
here tor your dental work.
Good Teeth, the kind that are riveted on $5 to $8
Gold Fillings $i up
Silver and Other Fillings ~..500 up
Crowns, very best 00
Painless extracting free when other wi»rk Is done. Ten-year guarantee.
PAYMENTS ACCEPTED.
HOURS: 8:30 A. M. TO 8 T M. SUNDAYS. 9A. M TO iP. M.
Lady att enoants.
RED CROSS DENTISTS
175 Griswold St.
PKH»U\AL.
madam
Both phones.
KOII SALK—MIMCLLA .\F.UUI.
A. —6uo typewriters. Smith. Rem.. Iln
derwood |ls up. $1 weekly. Repair
ing. Cat. free. Det. Typr Cos.. 38 mats.
CLEAN, dry, hard or soft mlllwood.
Houghtcn-French Coni Cos. Ridge 953,
hODA" KolTx I'ATNS. bill 111 ru nml pool
tables: new and eetond hand. Qea
Marsh Cos.. 9 Parmer-st., E 7 terms.
WANTED Cos.” %7TJhfg** ~ and Fourth,
to furntoh rooms complete. )1 weak.
Sumner Cos.
SODA FOUNTAINS, latest styles at cut
prices and easy terms; nlso metal
stools, chairs, tables and showcases.
Kchulonburg Mfg. Cos.. 98 Randolph*
«t _
BILLIARD ar.d pool tables, new and
second-hand, from $25 up; also wall
and showcases; easy terms, supplies
and repairing at reduced prices. The
fichulenburg Mfg Cos., 98 Randolph
st.; established 06 years
SODA FOUNTAIN
Second-hand marble fountains cheap.
E. Is. GALLAGHER A CO..
133 JKFFKRSON. MAIN 3813.
HIGH-GRADE PIANO at your own
terms; weekly or monthly payments;
No Interest Address box 73. Detroit
Times.
The Clouph & Warren Piano
Has n delicate touch and repetition
answering to most artistic execution
These Instruments represent the
highest development In the art of
piano construction. A piano of pres
ent. not of past age. Come In and
see our new styles. Also hear the
Warren Player-Piano. Easy terms.
CLOUGH A WARREN CO..
213 Woodward-ave.
SALE FOR ONE WEEK
$2.50 Gold Eve-Glasses
Fitted anil guaranteed 10 years. Manu
facturing and repairing dono while
you wait.
PHONE RTPOE 1212.
JERAULD M. SLY
MEDIUM AND FINE WALL
HANGINGS,
PAINTING AND TINTING
RE FINISH INO FLOORS A SPECIALTY
701 Pelvidere Ave., Detroit.
SODA FOU NTAINS
NEW STYLE COUNTER SERVICE;
METAL CHAIRS AND TABLES;
CRUSHED FRUIT AND FRUIT
SYRUPS; CONFECTIONERS' CANDY
DISHES AND GLOBE JARS.
E R GALLAGHER <V CO.,
133 JEFFERSON MAIN 2833 __
~ HAINES’
Wigs, Toupess. Hair Goods
My Wigs and Toupees are well made
and natural. There are no better. My
Hair Goods are the very b«-sL work
manship cannot be surpassed. The ex
cellence and superior uuallty of my
Hair Goods, combined with my reason
able prices, system of manufacturing,
Inigo stocks to select from, and hon
est, courteous treatment to' every cus
tomer, Is the reason why 1 have re
mained la my present store 30 years
past.
I also make Hair .To»v«*lry nr«d Devlco
Work. Names made of Half on Gians
and Pearl.
Hair Goods -wholesale and ret* I '.
WM. A. HAINES,
7G Grand Itlver-ove , cor. Itnglejr.
iiusink** ori’oitTi M i nes.
A.— Rooming Houses—l 4 rooms, fi
nished floe, make offer; 12 rooms,
downtown, suitable fur business pur
poses. 11 rooms, list In town, j ii.> ( h
M;tv p nTiy tiling you want vbuptnan;
1027 Chamber of Commerce.
Business 1 ’v< *posit ions,
IF YOU ARE I/iOKING FOU A ROOM
ING Ht'USE RESTAURANT.
O INFECT I • >NF,HY.GK< uTUV S l't »RE.
THEATER, 1 »R ANYTHING IN THE
BUSINESS LINE. CALL AND GET
fc, PATRICK
MAIN 322'* 8s ||«»ME RANK BLDG.
A GREAT rooming house baig In. V*-
mile circle. go<i.l itieoine. fully fur
nished. good "lass loonnus. Owing
to an operntlon will H«<-rlflc« for
$650. well so-th *9OO A<hires ■A. bpx
32. Detroit Tlm-s
BARGAIN My 12 ro in ••»<unlr:g house,
partly furnislnd. *»n Henry st. close
to Woodward, till- I v th i r.iers.
Will sell cheap. Address A. boxi 31.
Detroit Times i
$430 PIANO at your own terms week
ly ot monthly payments! no Interest
Addres* box *l2 Deviott Ttmes
FORCED TO SELL
Confectionery, Cigars and Ice
Cream Parlor.
i It’s an elegant store and doing a fine
business, worth easily sl,oo** I must
sell this week and am going to take
the first good offer. It,- one of the
fl»st Address A, box 33, Detroit
Times. , >
WANTED—WtAtKI.LANKOUS.
HIOULST Prices paid furniture, stoves,
cur pvt* Laphutu. 221 Grat. l‘atk24J-J.
Our Sanitary Shop
Uses all the latest Improvements.
Upright Shampoo Boards, Red and Blue Ray*,
Electrolysis (Gold Needles used). Face, Scalp
Treatments, Hair Dressing, Hair Mfg., Chir
opody.
BUTLER’S. 49 Broadway
Open Evenings.
TO RENT—HOI SICS.
A.A.—Renta! Agency—A.A.
CERARD-STORMFFLTZ-LOVELEY CO
Sec F. K BENNETT
Griswold and Larned. Main ST7$.
Hannan Rental Agency
ONE McOKAW BLDG.
HOUPEH. flats, stores. Tel. Psrk *7l.
J F WEBER A CO.. 304 CRATIOT
TO ItUXT-HOOMS.
ROOMB—Furniture for rooms complete
|1 week. Sunnier Cos.. Mich, and 4th.
SHOK IIKI* 41 KI NO.
>WL Shoes Repaired youw.i,
' UP-TO-DATE' SHOE RE
CO.. 121 Farxosr-aC
Park 617-J.
OLD SHOES made new while you wait,
the modem way. Famous Shoe Re
pairing Cos. 4$ State -st. Park 123-FL
ITOKAiig A.db (AKTAU E.
ACME STORAGE CO., largest vana,
packing Main 999. 41 Qilman-st
RORHL nnos.—Storage, moving, pack
ing and shipping. Ridge 828. City 912.
ML SINKS* CARDS.
HORSES and cows removed promptly.
Phone Mtllenhach Bros West 109-995.
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE.
IN I Elt lltllAN LIN KV
Detroit United Interurbnn Lines.
FLINT LIMITED*— K;IS a. rn.. 12:10
n. rn. and 4.10 p. m. Ixrcnla for Flint.
7 a. m. and every two hours to 9 p. m.;
Satui day afternoons and all Sundays,
hourly To Oxford. Rochester and
Romeo, 7 n. m.. and hourly to 11 p. m.
PORT HURON „IMITKD9-7:41 a. m..'
10.45 a. rn., 3:45 p. m.. 6.45 p. m.; Satur
days only, 12:45 p. in.. Sundays only, 11
p. m. Locals for Port Huron hourly, 7
a. ns. to 8 p. m.; also 9 p m. to Marine
City. To Mt. Clemens, half-hourly,
6:30 a. m. to 7 p. m., and hourly to 11
p. m. To Mt. Clemens vln Short Line,
hourly, 6:28 a. m. to 3:28 p. m., also 11
p. in.
TOLEDO LIMITED* —B.2O a. m.. 11:20
a. m., 2:20 nnd 5:20 p. m. Locals for
Toledo, hourly. G 30 a. m. to 8.30 p. m.,
I nlso 9:30 and It p. m. for Monroe.
JACKSON LIMITED* —7:46 a. m..
12:45 atul 3:46 p. m. Lornls for Jack
son, 7 a. m. and every two hours to 9
r. m.; for Ann Arbor, 6 a m. and
[hourly to 11 p. m.; tor Plymouth nnd
NorthvMle, 6:3a a. m and hourly to 7:30
P. m., also 9 a. m. and 11 p. m. Saline
earn from Ypsllantl.
For Wyandotte anil Trenton—-5:33 A
m. an<l half-hourly to 8:33 p. in., hourly
to 11:33 p. m. Sundays, first car at
7:03, with half-hourly service dally.
For Itoynl Oak. Illrmliigtinm anti
Pontine— 6:lo a. m., then half-hourly
until 7 p. m., then houily until 11 p. m.
Extra service Sundays.
For Farmington. Northvllie. Orehnrd
Luke nml routine— 6 u. m. and houily
until 11 p. m.
lark AND KIVEK ST KAMKIt*.
polnia scuta and cast. Leave DAILY 10:49
p m. Kars to Cleveland. |2. Pittsburg.
.‘5; Berths. •* * n,i Hl*. Room Hit.
V A ' Z HIrB 7,0 WI-RVELAND every Bun
fiaT 7 UMd *Y. Wednesday, Thursday end
8 -•*» » '»• Fare 11.10/ For .
MAI KlNac. Alpena and Way Ports
—-Mondays and Saturdays. Ip. m.; Wed
nesdays and Fridays, *SO a. m. For BUT
FALO. NIAGARA FALLS. New York City
snl the East, leave wreak days | p m
Fundsys. 4 p. m Weak Bud Excursions
Cl«v«land. Buffalo and Niagara Falla
• vary Hsturday. Saginaw Bay City Dlrt
slr.n steamer laavee (Randolph street dock).
*nd Fridays. 10 a. m
. v*r E^IA^«f,TKAMER TO MACKINAC
AND BT. IONACE M<>ndsys end Thurs*
* *® » m. To GODERICH THURS
DAYS, ».» s m.
*l lO sit?
r—* u„f>
■ —— LAY boat
■ TO CLLVEI^AND
Every Siin., Tim* . W, «L,
TKur* and Sat, at 930 A U
»4.M) IQ PITTSBURG
excursion'
o*?% ROUND
TRIP 9^
j Via To
Cleveland -
! Every xntiirdit) nt 9i3li u. in. nud
In* 1 1.*-. p m.. nnd rcturulng from
t lewlnnd Sunday lOilfi p. nt.
WATTIMT. » mill'. j
WHITE STAR LINK.
Wharf loot of Grlswold-st For the
i PLAT* and PtIRT 111 RON Way Potts
I Leave tl.iily S 20 a. n: , 3.30 f< m. and I
l> in.. Sundays 9 x m. and 2 >0 p n*.
| For TOLEDO and SUGAR ISLAND,
| leave dailv 8:16 a. rn. and *:3O p m..
j Sundays 8.30 a. m ar.d 6 p. rn
PI i IN-HU I: \ t I It smi \ Every Day.
Flnxel'a Or«-tn*«t rn —Untti-lna nt t'olwnlnl.
i Fare we< u days, 60c. Sunday 76c round
I trl<) « ednr I 'olnt nnd *na<lnaky, week
dn > a direr! ft. 2.3 Monad trip -nine day.
si.iO to Cleveland uay )
\ I 4 I IIK I*LANDS. *tr. I rnuk K. Rlrfey
. leases H n. m., *nmln?s ti n. nt. Homs
V p m Ashley A Dustin, foot First.
GRAND THI NK Itol IK.
I . V'ncqiinled *er»lee to IMrtureaqn*
UinVIUJIP l our trip* weekly rrsa
I!) AuMIlAu t'olllnawnnd end Uses
Mound through North I h«sse| end
t.esrglnn Hny. A fr«ak water »»• vsy
nge. Steamers loavt Sarnia. Mondays,
l Wednesdays and .-aturday* tor Laka
Superior. New Mrnnter U anblr among
Thirty Thousand Islands; I'enetang to
Parry Sound Special t, T.R boat tralaa
t-om Toronto for nil st canters Infoim*.
I lion snd tickets fiom all rallwav agents.
I 11. 11. f.llilrrsleet r. Mgr 4. M. .Mi'ltsitSa,
[ A'olltiig WwwX l r*l hg^bsinis
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DENTISTS.
PERSONAL.
All Rranches Taught

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