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WEST WARREN CITIZEN
RRINGS D. 11, A, TO TIME Company Given Option of Fine or Obeying Ordinance —Prom- ises Not To Offend Again. Judge Connolly put tlie D U. H. on Its ' good behavior/ Wednesday morn* in*. In connection with the caae of Richard W Heading, who made a complaint against the company for operating a West Warren car minus a conductor, from the car barns to the end of the line, leaving the pas* seugers to the mercy of the motor man. A representative of the com pany admitted that cars were some times operated In this manner on the extreme western part of the Warren* avt. line, despite the fad that the ordlugjne provides that there shall be twc uniformed men in charge of the tars. Judge Connolly pointed out the hsxsrdous nature of the practice, and told the I). U. R. representative that he would pass sentem e in the Heading rase if the company didn't abate the dangerous custom and adhere to the provisions of the ordinance in the future. The D. U. H.’s representative prom ised that the letter o( the law would he lived up to hereafter. t ROOSEVELT REJECTS INVITATION TO SPEAK NEW YORK, Jan. 24 —Decause "be is not making public speeches at this time,” Col. Roosevelt today declined the invitation of the "One Million Population club,” of St. Louis, to make the chief address at their banquet on Washington's birthday. Otto F. Kar* dee and Isaac Hedges, representing the club, called on the former presi dent today to try to persuade him to arecpt but he told them he could not make any speeches at this time. "But we are all Roosevelt men out there,” said Kardee to the colonel who simply grinned. "1 see they are doing things out there/’ he said, laughing as he went back Into his office. The colonel was asked whether he would comment on the action of the Oklahoma congressional district con vention yesterday In Instructing for Taft and whether he knew in advance that an attempt was to be made to stampede it for his candidacy. His reply was: “I have nothing to say.” "What do you think of Oov. Had ley’s declaring for you?” was asked. "I don’t know what he did.” When told Roosevelt said he had nothing to say and he reiterated that answer to a dozen other questions touching on the political situation. CLASH WITH FRANCE NEAR; ITALY BACKS DOWN ROME, Jan. 24.—Realizing that any other course would result in an armed clash with France, Italy today decided to release the 29 Turkish Red Cross nurses seized aboard the French liner Manouba. The government had received Inform matlon from Paris that the French ambassador was about to be recalled add that Instructions had been glv'n to the commander-lh-chlef of the French navy to be prepared for an In vasion of the Mediterranean. With the Turkish struggle on her hands Italy was in no position to rush Into war with France, and a back down was Imperative. It was report ed today that an official note had al ready been sent to Paris, announcing ihat the Turks would be released as ’ •n act of tomage but without preju dice to the points In dispute.” Some doubt was expressed here to day as to whether France would con sider the note sufficiently apologetic to recompense for the Insult which she believed her flag had suffered. MINERS ASK MORE PAY AND SHORTER HOURS IN mANA PO LIS. Ind., Jan. 24.—In creased wages and shorter hours of labor demanded In the report of the wage scale committee of the United Mine Workers submitted to the Inter national convention of the organiza tion here today. The committee recommends that the convention demand an Increase of fen cents a ton for the mining of coal, an Increase of twenty per cent In day labor In and around the mines and a seven-hour workday, except on Satur day's. Five hours Is asked to consti tute a day’s labor then. A weekly payment of wages is ask ed In the comrriittee's report. An un limited check off also Is asked. The check off applies to deduction of the union dues from the miners’ wages hv the operator, who turns the sum over to the union officials. The con vention Is expected to act on the com mittee's report this afternoon. The first meeting of the wage scale com mittee with the coal operators of In diana. Illinois, Ohio. Pennsylvania and West Virginia is scheduled to bo held here tomorrow. The report made today applies only to the bituminous districts. The de mands of the anthracite miners, for mulated some time ago, are ( however, very similar to today's demands. |qUEENBCRES«Nt| ROUTE (Double Daily Service from Cincinnati) Leave Cincinnati ScOO A. M. Arrive New Orlaam (neat day ) 9:10 A. M. Leave Cincinnati 8:00 P. M. Arrive N*w Orleans (neat day) 8:35 P. M. Round-trip Fare $0 1 25 from Cincinnati M X your Agent for rates from your town) Tickets on sale February 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 Gss4 returning uadi March 2. 1912. with priv<U|« of tiloaaoa (Specially Conducted Party Will Leave Detroit Saturday, February 17th ) For fQU Information anti sleeping ear reservations nation any ticket agent.or write GEORGE L CLARKE. Nortloaas*«r« PaasMtgar Agent 9 Fart Strnet. Wart Dotraot, Mkk. Talnphona Main M3 7 “NOW FOR MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP**—McVICAR CmllimZ fruw !’•(* Oae. grab would have been far greater had not the form in which the proposition was submitted on tbe ballot been a Clean cut fraud, misleading many as to the real Issue. Hie misleading statements with regard to the ‘three cent fares,’ and the untruthful asser tion that anything In the franchlso provided for municipal ownership also had some effect. “Even the better element lu the Hoard of Commerce wnn forced to lie down during the (Inal days of the campaign from sheer disgust with the methods of those with whom they had thrown In their lot. at first. At uo time was more than three-eighths of (he membership of the Hoard of Com merce In favor of the franchise. With the statement of the board s officers that the money of the members was not being used in the campaign, It seems to be up to these same gentle men to explain just whose money was used. The committee of which 1 have the honor afid pleasure of being chair man had less than SSOO at its com maud for the necessary expenses of the entire campaign, and that nmoont was voluntary contributions from In dividual citizens. President Milton A. Mcßae, of the Board of Commerce, could not swallow the fraudulent methods used by the franchise pro moters and absolutely withdrew from all public recognition and support of It (Turing the final week. "To my mind, the polling figures of Tuesday, place a more declsve quietus on all l). U. R. propositions than even the defeat of the Codd-llutcblns iran chlse which was beaten two to one, be cause the vote ou the Thompson-Hally franchise was divided In a manner and for reasons that did not outer into the previous election. “The very first step to be taken now is to revise the charier so that the city will have legal authority to own and operate its traction lines, said Mr. Me Vicar. "The common couu cil and Mayor Thompson should lose uo time in working for a Hat three cent fare, the kind of a three-cent fare that means Just what It says, the certainty of a citizen being able to proffer three pennies for a street car ride without running immediate danger of being thrown off into the street; transfers to destination; good service and decent cars; the adoption of the routing agreed upon by the common council, the city engineer and the D. U. R. engineer; no franchises on any terms; full pay for all physical property of the D. V. R. when the city is ready to tuke over the street rail way. "The city chnrter revision Bhould be undertaken without delay. The chance is here now for Mayor Thompson to make good his assertion that he is for tbe best Interests of the people.' The mayor should bend every energy dur ing the remainder of his term to work ing with the common council to se cure the people’s rights and the re turn of their own streets.” Mr. McVicar, ts he accedes to the advice of friends, will take a complete rest for the present, as his health and strength, robust and vigorous us he Is, have had a severe strain, and although happy contentment In the result ot the fight, Is proving an elixir, Mr. Mc- Vicar is feeling the effects of the strenuous work he has done. "Why, I can't take a rest,” he de clared as cheerily as his broken voice permitted. ”1 have my private busi ness to attend to now." Great Joy and great gloom prevailed in municipal circles. Wednesday morn ing, following the defeat of the fran chise and the corporation counsel's suite, while In the department of pub lic works and the city clerk’s office there were smiles and congratulations. It was nearly noon when Mayor Thompson put In an appearance. "It didn’t feaze me a particle.” de clared his honor In reply to a friend who had dropped In to express his re gret. Further than that, the mayor said he had nothing to add to the state ment previously given to the public. He declined to comment on the resolu tions introduced by Aid. Vernor In the council. Tuesday night, calling on the corporation counsel’s office to get busy. The resolutions put It squarely up to the corporation counsel and the Judiciary committee of the common council to produce some results in the way of forcing better service and making the D. U. R. come forward with the back rent it owes the city. One of them calls for three-cent fares on those lines on which the franchises have expired. Aid. Sherman Littlefield, chairman of the Judiciary committee, will call a meeting for some time next week ti discuss all the resolutions, and will ask Corporation Counsel Lawson to he present. Aid. Ollnnan. of the Eighteenth ward, was too busy receiving the con gratulations of his constituents. Wed nesday morning, to get down to the city hall. "I thought I was right in standing out for municipal ownership and now I am convinced that I w’as right.’ he said Tuesday night. "This vote shows, if It shows anything at all. that fran chises are out of date In this cltv and that the people are ready for municipal ownership Just ns soon a-i the machinery ran be provided. I think we should lose no time In get ting started.” It Is not expected that any notice of reconsideration will be filed on the NEW ORLEANS Iflardi Gras fH E DETROIT TIMES: WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1912. IOWA MAN QUITS TAFT TO SUPPORT CUMMIN'S MW* •mV v J fy I W 1 D Ory.-BUCK SENATOR KENYON. WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. — It was ot fit tally announced this afternoon that United States Senator Kenyon, iltep., la ), will this evening issup a state incut explaining that he will support his colleague, Senator Cummins, In stead of President Taft, for the Re publican presidential nomination. In his statement it is understood the junior senator from lowa will ex plain that before Cummins entered the field he had steadfastly favored the renominatlon of President 'luft chlqfly because much of the opposition to him came from men whom he ( Ken yon) had prosecuted in trust busting actions. Now, he will explain, state pride will compel him to support the candidate of his own state. council’s action of Tuesday night In adopting the Vernor resolutions. Secretary Lucius K. Wilson, of the Board of Commerce, did not appear a bit downhearted over the defeat of the Thompson franchise. "The people have made it clear that they do not want the settlement pro posed.” said Mr. Wilson, "and that settles It so far as this particular plan Is concerned. The fact remains, however, that Detroit needs exten sions to Its street railway system worse than any other large city in the country, and talking will not pro vide them for us. The people have taken a negative position: they have declared what they do not want. I should like to see them take a positive position now and tell what they do want. Somebody should act and act immediately in this matter of provid ing adequate street car facilities for Detroit.” Here's Where 1». I . H. Wins. Alfred Felske lost his suit against the D. U. H. in Judge Van Zlle’s court, Wednesday, when the court directed a verdict in favor of the defendant Felfke was seriously injured when an In tor urban ear Jumped the track and wrecked his wagon. At the first trial h«* wan Riven a auV>Ht ant Ihl yeriUct, but th'- company appealed to the supreme court and anew trial was ordered, on the ground that Felsk# had not shown whuV caused the car to leave the rails. At the second trial Felsk® was unable to show- why the car Jumped the track, and. therefore, lost his suit. ■ ■ jot* Printing ftnne Right. Tins®* Printing Cos.. Ift JrtTm R-at . MARRIAGES. Peter L'rbnnowh'z, 21; Martha Mai:a. 1 Plenty Kimmell, 25; Martha Lenkelt- Jobn Augustmak. 23; Julia Donis,, 21. Charles J. Leßlanc, 22, JJellevlLe, Bertha Krleger, 17, New Boston. Frederick K. Schroeder, 21; Martha Lcnz. 19. Charles I* Rogers, 21; Kinma It. De witt. !/. ... Audi IJ S-ndorak. 33; Katraxtna Mlsx e/.ak. 26. . James 'V. McLaughlin, 28; Margaret Dwyer, 34. . _ , „„ I undore Mogut, 2», Mary C*oiao # Walter Makata, 22; Susu l arsyk, 18. lime Talmay, 26; T-rez Talmay, 17; Karol hkora, 21; Aiiiila, Boslk, 22. Anthony Btanklwlca, 22. Anna But ko. 33. Archibald V. Marks, 2.; Olive M. Duet. 24. w _ George Wilcox son. 31; Sarah Rope well. 31. Frank Koncsal, 23, Mary Tomcxak, It. Kdwtn H. Baker. 22, Wayne; Lena Sawslayer. 22, same. Kdward J. McGrath, 22; Cornelia J Karpp, 18. . _ Maurice B. Kaufruann, 30, New York; Bny KnUnicler, 23 Detroit. Chester Kotnorskl. 22, Frances No vak. 21. DEATHS. nova—C. Ttaumgarth. HOT Phene; T. Weber, 620 Canfield; W. Wlnarskl, 17 Otia; J. Ochmanskt. 6K Thirtieth; F. Konr-r, 1« Itouiovund; V Ze|«*k, 1-A Ttolfln. J. Ro***ngr«ns, 7*>»; Jefferson; y Groh, 271 Linden: s. Erwin, 1346 .lohn It : N. Warrick. Detroit, Mich.; s Tmudcjrynskl, S4O Russell; A Wo* llnvkl. 11T5 Dubois. J. O'Donnell. 24X National; A. Darker, 412 Crane; C. Schultz. 9*l Canton. Girls —D Hieko. sm* Rlopclle; F. Wanlol-k 285 Canllelll; .1. Nadolski, 31* Garfield; W. Krajsnok. 94 1 ltivard; A. Tskra, 1346 Job. Cam pan; A. Oohflta. 117 Julia. H Kaplan nwokl. 2vl llammond; M. Gorka, 39 Thirtieth P. Kawa. 107.** MilitHry; I* \||CUA, 31*** St Anbin. p Martck. *7l Mrtrron: J. Fortune, 120* Rivard; F. Rtitka, 9.15 Russell; J. najjaro. 120 Oroely. W. Rowland, 239 Harrison: V. Nawrocka. 1007 Dubois; W. Hickman. f34 Riopelle. DEATHS. John Rlackburn. Children's hospital, f, mmths. tubercular meningitis: Stan ley Plwownr. 1* Twenty-ninth, I year, acute Indigestion: G» • -ge Strieb, 122 Duholn, 34 venrs. lobar pneumonia; Frank Lehhics, St. Mart's hospital. 34 vrars, yalvul.u hdart disease. Lorenzo Don fl.mntbal, 791 Tleaubiea. *s venrs. iol.ar pneumonia; Caroline Justewlox, ?12 Tillman,*6l wears, acute bronchitis; Mnrgucre»te Cr»mk. 112.1 Congress F... 17 year*, hemiplegia: Elizabeth K Jef fries. 14 4 Mt. Vernon. 5* years, general nenrlti"'. los*nh M. F» ed !v* Nroltrn, 1 year, broncho pneumonia: Lillie F*d ,tow, .150 Piquette, 24 y»at* pulmonary tuherculoafn; Jessie Mrtpi« i vn Brennan. K (lrmid boulevard, diphtheria; Mine Lehanr. Ifij Twenty-third. 4 y err:, bronchial pneumonia. Rh-havd M. Rice, fir are hospital, 57 yeai-e. np pendlcltla: Mary nuneak, Tuberrulnsls hospital, 27 years. « bronlc ulcerative nhtrfnH: Helen Maty. Hu-.Kftl 212 I.U llbrldge/ Id yeatm. rZTj&cal' m* ulngitis; Fred A Gilbert! 9 t,5r944 w „ 41 v enrs, pulmonary h*-m*irrhag<- uirn HEATTIE —John, aged 7* » -ai*. at 4»is "late rew*den« e, 2*2 Ceifv-uve west • fornierlv 92 Ringley-n.e », father of Mr*. lames M -Kirov. \lh e. t'or.i Robert. Alfred and Howard Henttle, Ftjneral Friday at 2 p in from house JOIINRON —Hudilanly at his residence '530 Metlmw-ave. lan 22, 1912. .1 Henry Johnson, husband of Chariot!, It. Johnson and father of Harrison Johnsop arwl Mrs. Is J. Josltn. Fun eral sei vices Friday* ,at 1:10 p m . burial at tjramr I#jprh remote-y. M MM.Kit Tu-d Vli .. t be loved bb*l»Hnd Mahler, father of Theudoie. Albert. August au«i fgiwrein** .scl'e'nb Funeral Fri day, Jan. il, at * o'clock from re«|- den*-e 407 ltivard - at, •30 at Mt. Joaapb a ehurok DIKOI KKM PER —aw. 22, IVI3. at his Ist* residence. )’r«(Prlrk-uvc., Spring - wells, |;ev. Fihmcm Kemper. Funeral from aUote iceitJeiiee Thursday ai l,|S, and to Hi. Win cat's church at > 20. MII4,kK--.lan 22, suddenly, Johr Os wald. Infant son of Mi and Mr« John Miller, 7SR Kei ehev al-avs Fun eral private. S«TIWniIL Jan 22. at IBs home IIS Cottreli-ave, iliitrlvs. beloved hus band of Barbara Sohwohl, loving f.ther of Anna. B.xrttara and Mamio Mchwohl. and brother of Fred and John Sthwolil, age. l is years Fun eral Thursday at 9 o'clock front resi dence, and at Al! (Saints' church. Interment at Woodmere. SIH MAHIV- Jan 22. suddenly, Lillian, beloved wife of It. F, Shunmrd. mother of !larr> ami Irxlng Fun eral sat vice* (Thursday, 2:3u o'clock, from residence, 30 ! Twenty-second er •(TII’MAKKR Jan 23, at residence, IX2';. Mc('lel|an-avo., Margaret, be loved widow of the late Anthony Sehumnker. Funeral notice later. STA DLL ft Jan 23. John H. agM 15 years, beloved husband of IMillooiena end father Os Josephine and An thony Hta Iler. Funeral from DM t'hene-it, Friday. Jnt|. 2ft, at and to St. Anthony's church at to n. m. DKASEY Helen, beloved sister ot Nora. John l>cMsey, at the residence, 212 Cherry-st. Funeral Thursday at 8 30 from residence, and Holy Trin ity church at 5). INGRAM—At Grace hospital. Jan. .53. Margaret, widow of James and mother of Eleanor, George. .Tames and Lewie. Funeral from late resi dence, 783 Hixth-st , Thursday, at 2 p. ni. LE WORTHY -Jan. 22, 1912. George, be loved husband of Elisabeth Tax worthy, aged years. Funeral from his niece, Mrs. Samuel TT. Rlehwlne'e residence. 368 Goodwin-nve. Thurs day. ? p. m. RTCCRTNOKR—Jan. 21, 1112, Marla L. aged 1 year ami ft months, infant daughter of Charles Hecklnger and the late Amelia Hecklnger. Funeral Saturday. 9 a. in, from All saints’ church. Interment Woodmere. HKIil 1 WANTED—MALK. A GOOD POSITION Is assured every graduate of tho Detroit Business Fnlverelty; magnificent new build ings; thorough course in bookkeep ing penmanship, shorthand, type writing. mechanical and architectu ral drafting and all English sub jects Free employment department; catalog free for the asking. 61-63- 65-67-89 West Grand Rlver-ava. BOY WANTED ; SPR UN K ENGRAVING CO. RAILWAY MAIL and scores of other Civil Service examinations will be held In the spring Send for the new duteg. Columbian Correspondence College, Washington, D. C. sBo TO S3OO Per month earned by ELECTRICIANS We tea?h you practical work. We fur nish tools. The Electric College Phone Cherry 5208. 183 JefTerson-ave. EHANTCLTN House. Lamed and Bate*, rooms 60c. 76c.. SI. 11.60 day; meals 25e. MEN accustomed to loading out retail lumber and mill work orders. Web er, 304 Gratlot-avc. WANTED—Watchman for Sunday* only; must have first-class engineer's license. Columbia Western Mills, phone West 213. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED . AT ONCE .• wm* v. - aeieaFTf*? Power Machirtfc Opera tors to work on Chil dren's and Women's Wash Dresses. Steady work; good pay. PRINCESS MEG. CO., 207-225 E. Lamed St. FOR 9Al.r—MDntLLAkKOlll. a" A a. a" A“ a ; r A. A. A locomotive is oiled after every three hours’ service Your watch, running night and day. only asks a drop of oil once a year. M atches ne. and cleaning more on account of the oil becoming dry and gritty than on account of dirt. MILK UK will clean and oil spur watch, ab solutely guarantee and loan you one to carrv while yours Is here. BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN. 64 Grand River West. A.A.A.A. — Typewriter Sale Smith Rem. Underwood, Oliver. 130; new visible. SSO; weekly |1; renting, $1:50 up DETROIT TYPR. CO.. IIS Khelby-st. a A A. A. A- Ai. A. A- A.*— Pine lumber lath, doors, vtrtidow* frames, base, casings, ataira. ata. cheap Union Housewrecking Cos. 14tb and Fort. Watt 10*2. A.A.A. —WOOD, WOOD All kinds, soft or hard, big loads. Call ur H H. Foal Cos.. Ridge or City 9«3. LARGE rHICKKRINO PI A no- Mahog any. fine condition, original price 6 4*o, our nfl o ** "lily $263 Terms. $lO down and 3* monthly. Tome at once. GKINNLLL EROS.. 245 Woodward. Detroit Store Fixture Cos. Manufacturers’ show cases. wall rases, shelving, counters, etc. We s*ll direct to you and save you the middleman s profits. Get our prices. 3*7x33? Oratfot-avo. Main 4012. CLOUGH A WARREN Organ—Very handsome Walnut case with mirror, 11 Stops. octave couplers. knee swells, was S9O. now Only $23. Terms f,oc weekly OKtNNKLL BROS.’ Branch. 57 Monroe. SODA FOUNT AINH. bllllnrd and pool iniilrs, new and •econd-liand. Geo. Marsh Cos.. 9 Farmer-st. K-Z terms. Ml • In I K HIl'H I I \\‘ • Ii" thir week only $l6O, Rosewood case, thoroughly overhauled by onr fac tory esperfs. $"• monthly pa's for this best) ti f ill Instrument Gltl.N NKLL HKOft, 249 Woodward. A FINK LINK "f dressers, buffets. ta bl-s rockers, chairs, hall trees, desks. Inn k cases. Iron and brass beds, sanitary' cots, gas and steel rang* • af VAN XOllMAX’l*. 275 Jefferson. K Main 1*45 Vbd.lX —Very One copy nf G.ovsn Paolo Magglni. anno I*'*s. 2-piece liack. tone exceptionally mellow and sweet, even better than when new Fine old professional bow nnd good leather, .piusb-llned case with outfit. IMP 1 this week only sl*. Well worth S3O Git INN ELL MHOS* Branch, s* Monroe WANTED—For. Michigan and Fourth, to furnish rooms complete. $1 week, futnntf Cos. no \ RI) IMI Roo%••, 597- Hoard for two gentlemen. *t infer'abi* roam, ao«d taola, autct -1 1 r ham# oookiag, mod a/a. I Find the Times the Best Seeing that I’ve tried all the papers with advertisements I surely can say The Times ads are the best. Many’s the time wen l lost sumthing 1 used ter think I hed to use all th papers to get it back but nine times out of ten it wus The Times tliet fetched it hack ter me. Nowadays I never advertise any where’s Ycpt in The Times Want columns. Most everybody 1 knows in Detroit (and I knows about everybody) takes The Times, and I reckon most all of them reads the Want ads. AUNTY W AN I’. BELT WANTED—I'UM \LE. HELP W ANTED—FEM ALE. WANTED GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN Our large Increase In subscribers has obliged us to Increase the else of erery Detroit Exchange, and to build anew Exchange To operate the new sw Itch boa ids we shall need an additional force of bright girls and young *‘wiWxY OUR EMPLOYES WHILE THEY ARE LEARNING. WE PROVIDE REST AND RECREATION ROOMS COZILY AND COMFORTABLY FURNISHED FOR TUB OFF-DUTY HOURS. WE OPERATE A COMPLETELY EQUIPPED RESTAURANT AT T i.’MM THAN COST WE PAY A SCALE OF WAOEB THAT IT MIGHT PAY YOU TO INVHATIO ITE WE HAVE OVER 200 SUPERVISORY POSITIONS INTO WHICH OUR CAPABLE GIRLS ARK PROMOTED. The Michigan StateTebphone Company "Washington and clifford-bts. FOR SALK—VACANT LOT*. Mark-uve. frontage, this side of Mc- Clellan; very choice and as much ns you want. Terms or cash. All im provements In. Per foot.. * 3 r Half block from Mack; sewer, water, cement walks; must be sold at once Choice corner on Kercheval bayond 1 iurlbut, 09x125; dHndy location for any kind of building • 3 - 000 sls» down buys 7-room house on|R*J- Tiuls-st . for • • * List your property with us. LAM BRECHT, KELLY & CO. It GRISWOLD-ST. . MAIN 315, CH \ ll* WANTED —ROOM*. WANTED—Three or four rooms heat ed. unfurnished, for self-supporting woman and two sons; must be mod erate rent; first-class references. Box D. No. *2, The Times WANTED —MISCELLANEOUS. HIGHEST prices paid furniture, stoves carpets Lapham, 282 Grat. Cherry 40. HORSES and cows removed promptly. Mlllenbaoh |»P:WSONAL. aNS’ rNTokYrNATI' GIRL In need of friendship, help and advice write or call on Mrs. A. M Burr, 439 Lafay ette-blvd. NOTICE —If any poor girl Is In trouble, needing advice, friendship or help, writs or call on SEC MARGARET DUFY, 918 Fort-st. west, Salvation Army. - m SHOE REPAIRING. kA Shoes Repaired y^'Vait rwL “UP-TO-DATE" SHOE RE PAIR CO.. >2l Farmer st Phone Cherry Sl7-J TO KENT— BVUDID PLACES. Desirable party can secure desk room in In second floor offlee. renter of busi ness district, at $lO per month. Hep. urate room and use of large vault. Address K C. B„ care of Times. STORAGE AND CARTAGE. Af’sre —RTUTTaTTE t*CE largest vans packing Main 899. «S QUman-st. ROEHL BROS. Storage and Cartage Office, 487 Beaublen-st. R 823. C 91.4 KIVERfHDE STORAGE AND CART AGE CO —Superior facilities, stor age; moving. packing. shipping Fire-proof und non-flreproof accom modations. Corner Casa and Con grtas-sta. Main 6H6; City 607. MONEY TO 1.0 AN. "SALARIED PEOPLE Women keeping house and others fur nlshed money without security Easy payments. Offices In 60 principal cities Have yourself money by getting our terms flrst UNION CREDIT CO. Second Floor, Rowland Bldg. 179 Shelby-et. MONEY TO LOAN. In amr.hnts from 11.000 to 1100,000, at R%. iVfc'e and 6%. secured by mort gage on Improved city tea* estate. No commissions charged. Detroit Trust Company. Penobs:ot bldg Second Mortgage Loans Land contracts bought Money t« loan on realty. Real estate exchanges a specialty. EBERT. y>o Majestic Bldg. ~FIDELITY LOAN CO. Makes loans from 810 up M. Ill* 12 —McGraw Bldg. —l 2 1 ooNfTmrTloN LOANS —LIb er • 1 •mounts. J F. M rber, JO4 Gratiot. in RENT —HOI 4K9 A V Rental Agency -A A. STORM FELT'/.-LOA ELFY CO See E. K. BENNETT Griswold and Larned Main *77l^ J |;« h»M HOUSE fn rent, .'•ftU Slxteenth ■ ; ll.nut) to .l' car lines HANNAN RENTAL AGENCY ONE McGKAW HUGO ■ " ■ . 1 ' r TO WENT—I4OOMs. ROOMS Furniture for room* complete. |l weekly Sumner ro„ Mich, end 4th J*k Prlstlsx D»ae Nlgli«. '1 laiee PltatlM Ce, II Jehß R. -at. FOR IALR—VACANT LOTS. EAST SIDE Modern two-flat near Waterworks park, half block from Jefferson: CO ft lot, furnace. etc. To cloge an es tate $6,000 Medbury-blvd., modern pressed brick two-flat; slate roof, attic, full base ment. separate furnaces, oak floors and finish, fireplace; 35 ft. corner lot. All for 16.600 Store, near Jefferson-ave. and stovo works . .12,600 49x107 feet, corner, with three build ings. near Lantern market.... $16,000 FOR SALE—RESIDENCE PROPERTY. ROSKDALE COURT Nine-room house In the second hloek from Woodward, full basement fur nace. bath, etc., good condition. Price $3,000; easy terms Best buy In the north end. HIGHLAND PARK Between Woodward apd Oakland, new house, eight rooms and bath. gas. electric lights, hardwood floors, full basement, etc., cement walks. Price, $2,600; S3OO down; balance easy. G. A. ERSKINE & CO. Phone Main 4125 1003 Majestic bldg Trombley Ave. f near Russell 7 rooms, gas und water, rented $lB per month: will sell cheap; 10% in vestment or better. \V. W. BENNETT, 1209 MAJESTIC BLDG .A HOME New and well built; a little down; rent will pay tho rest. ?1.45° Cottage out Joseph Campau. $2. 55° Two-story modern on Hurlbut-avs. D W Simons Realty Cos., 326 Majestic Bldg. EAST"sTdkI bJmES Half Block North of Mack Near the lingree school—s2,Boo and $1,060 Just finished, reception hall, elegant pHneled d’nlng-rooni. beauti ful living room, large light kitchen, oak floors throughout, three fine (In ished bedroom* in one of them and bath In white enamel, beuutlful ele. trie fixtures and decorations through• out. duplex shades to all windows, e< ment walks, wire fences Iron gates; lot graded and sodded; fine full basement, furnace, laundry, etc. These are the finest homes in the city for the nione>. See them any time • |UI)S< >N BRADWAY 320 Ford bldg phonk m. 45. “NEAR mack' SH Kit I DA N * A V E Coxy 7-room house, full basement fur nace and strlctlv modern. $1,600 PARKER. fKiIUNK A FRY. M *o*9 61 i MaJestlc bldg « t\ 3745-X 8 Rooms, near Michigan, $1,450 7 rooms, near Gratiot. $1,400. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. TWO-FLAT. $6,200. Brick veneer. 5 rooms and hath each, separate furnaces oak floors and fin ish, flrst block off Woodward; easy terms, small payment down LAMBRKt'HT. KKI.LY K Cos, Main or city 315. 84 Grlswnld-st C RANE, NEAR GRATIOT 7 rooms and bath: will exchange for fa 1 m or‘vacant lot*. EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. LET ME BUY YOU A HOME Nams \nur price, what cash and monthly Installment* you can pay, and 1 will find you a bargain in any locality Owner will pay my com - n.Salon LET ME SELL YOUR PROPERTY If vou cab give my, clients honest value' for their money 1 can sail your property quickly. \\ ILBUR B. GILBERT. Real Katafe. Loan* and Insurance. 112* Majestic Bldg Main 163»: Od 2017. North Woodward Home* HAKMON-AVT..—teroom frame, hath, electric light. mantel. hardwood, floors, full basement, furnace, rents. ISO; $3,450. FAIRVII‘W A\x.. Highland Park —7- toc.m frame, bath, fa*, furnace, ha? - -w 00,1 floors, mantel, full basemont; $7,750 LA HKI.LK-A VK.. near Third, lliak lano f'ark -6-rortm framo, hath, fur net e. lot 3»xlt*. $2,466. ALEX WATSON Ml Haaaoad Bldg. | r— lAi» MHI» HIGHLAND PAHi Light rooms and both, v nntih; large fornaoo, 1 electric light* HIGHLAND PARK. Brlch-voor, f room* and wood floor* and finish. V half from Woodward Pa Aluat be seen to too Term* if desired ‘ T l-AMHHKCHT. KELLT * CO., 1 Main or Ctljr 111. $4 Orl■ woM»Ol^-m s9.S°° „ Near mil* circle. ** block from « -u<i-•%•«*. lot 4SxI7P. nearly % terA] r< rth aide of a good r««l4«aM witt. « comfort* bio frame ho«dBH • i«*am h**at and every convenlenoe>;| Kent* for SSB, lot !■ Wurth much ! more 3s NORRIS Real Eatats 2hQ Kandbl^h-St : M ■r- 1« iSKhAI.I-: COURT ,1 FIRST BLOCK I room brick-veneer, hardwood furnace, ate.; cheap for quick anse*''l UNION' TRUST COMPANY* Main SMf - ’ WILL TAKE YOUR LOT Cottage out Mack, near Ixralar; B room* and bath, prlco $2,100; amall payment ■ down will do. Near Kercheval Avenue. $ On Hibbard-ave., on# block north* 1- t family flat; « room* and bath each; I oak finish: rents for 9422; prlco $3,400. easy terms May lieu-Kirbv-Sorre Cos. 8. E. corner Htate and Grlawold-st*. SH Cherry 2244. City Ml* Pollai A Ave., near Chene St. 7 rooms gas. bath: will take good car. : for pa. t or sell on easy terms; might take aood lot out Woodward. W. \V. BFNXETT. 17011 MAJESTIC BLDG. Let Me Sell Your Property If you can give my clients honest value I so: thoir money. 1 can sell yonr ' proparty quickly WILBUR B. GILBERT, Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. |M?d Majestic Bldg Main 1«39; Od. Jill FOR R«MD—FARMS. FARMS '"l S».«> acre*. 2 houses. 3 large barns, most- ; ly woven wire fences. 25 miles from Detroit. Home stock and tools. Easy term* Price >11.500 ,-< .J 43 acres. 2 miles "from s good Fair house. Good barn bordering on n nice lake. F»rlce $2,3$S 13 acres, about IB miles from the City Hnll, on the electric car line. -Pine buildings. Luts of fruit. Tries $4.605. “FARM THE FISKK-KINXEY CO., Inc 1310-11-12 FORI) BLDG. y/j Acres on Electric— 5c Fare Price $950; term* SIOO down.’ '4l 100 acres, near Bedford; good build ings; will exchange for Detroit /•>, alty. EBERT. 309 MAJESTIC BLDG. . —g* SANILAC COUNTY All or any part of 320 acres of unim proved sugar beet land. Sanilac county, near railroad. sls per aerer" i7 Smoots-Yan Dvke Company IMS For# Bldg Main it. FOR BALE—VACANT LOTI. loth TO EXCHANGE for equities; also farms for city property. Two lots, builders* terms. S7OO. . 1.17 C acres, well improved as to 800 acres, bal part Improved, $30,000 12.00 acres, part Improved. $9,000. , C. S. BEADLE North 6524. 4 McQraw. 4 CHOICE VACANT J 8 Mass achusetts-ave. 4oxf«o.’ su«o. ’• i, o^l Connectlcut-ave—4oxlso. S9OO *'-V ■ Philadelphia-ave. west —10-fL lot. S7BO Oladatone-ave.—so-ft. lot. 11.500, near Jefferson; 45-ft. lot. 81.450. PARKER. SCHENK & FRT. M. 50,10 911 Majestic Bldg City 1748-& CHOICE VAC Wt Glsdstone-ave., 50 feet.......’. s2.io<r' Glndstone-ave., 38 feet..,,.,.* 1.50$ ‘ Gladstone-ave.. 4 1 feet....'..,. 1.800 Union Trust Company 120x125, W H. Rlchmond-sve., near Boulevard; good for two «-famljy. flat* or factory site: owner must sell; now la the time W. W. BENNETT. 1209 MAJKBTTC RLDG ~~b"u7ldtng lots >250 IT, ON EA.iV TJIKAtS Union ’l'rust Confpatiy ■— —— - : : FOR SALE—« 4 RKAUR. t —j —. S3OO PER .U RE Buys 100 acre# near outer belt and street car lines Rest thing I know of Inside seven-mile circle, joo PER CENT PROFIT • can be realised on 23 acres I am of fering on the west side. Best bar gain Inside city limits. i/joo I F.FT WOODWARD; \ I K< iXTAGF. '*>•* 37 acres with flne bulNlm** hsMro ItfMiU Oak Will sell at a very fcaw | 1 re t<> settan estate. f«oo Ft. Gratiot Frontage containing flve acres, good buildings, fine orchard, splendbl soil. About 12 miles out. Splendid bargain for some one wishing a lltle getn of a fain. NORTH WOODWARD _ Several very choice piece*, ripe for subdividing: 20 acres. 80 acres. 7$ seres and 175 acres, all having large Woodward frontage Trices ranging from S4OO to SBOO per acre. GROSSF. TSLK About 30 acres, with 400 feet river fr* ntage Choicest piece on tht* beautiful island, and at a price that • * in induce most anyone to buy AUGUST IIELBTG. 508 Chamber of Commerce TRAVE! FWS’ GUIDE. DETROIT t Vffi• D lAfTFRI 80 AM. tolkdo-cleveland limited*— : to a. m and every two hours toJDtf D n , Toledo only. 730 p m Toledo Uxoreax 7 a m.. ev#ry two hours to I n Toledo Local*. 4 a. m . every two hour* to 8 p m.. » P m.; Monroe only. lt» p m.. 11 r m. PORT HURON LIMITED®— 7:IS a. m every two hours to 7:ls p m . Bun ds'y only 1» V m ■ •▼•ry t«o hours to • p. m. I p m.; Marine ruv only. » P m.; Mt Clemens only. It 80 a m hourly to 4;t# p m. * p. m; Hhore Line. 4 85 a. m.. hourly to >1:14 P jTcKSON-KALAMAZOO LIMITED* —4 10 a. nv. every two hours to 4:ls • n* Jackson- l-anslng Limited. 8:1$ p m Jackson locals, T a. m.. every two s«ura to 9 p. ni.; Ann Artoor only. < *. SrSV nv. i:3O p m • • P nv. 18 n n».. 11T m To Northvllle, 8:8$ a. sa. h«ur w to 5 30 p m . 7 80 p. m.. t p. » p In Saline cars from TfellantL FLINT - HAOINAW LIMITEDg— g.2i . m every two hours te «;I8 p tn 1 ..esia $ » m.. every two hours to $ p m 11 P m. north of Oxford, dsndey oni>. Other Romeo locale. 4. s and ■ * JuCHARD tAKK DIVI a _ hourly to s•«s P- m. U p. n iwAMX'nk Division—B 88 a m halt hourly »• » h W stlnsied te § « nv; half hourly to 8:88 pi m.; kotr ly If) ) iill P* 18. IX PONTIAC LIMTHBOd - 4JS pi g.if. 1:1$ F. •»- u«la i;4d a m. evtrr 3* minutes te 1;8S % nu T #f a n. . half hourly *• 18:U p. ga. |;»g p m .. every IS nalnutas to if!# to. Sa. 8 M p m. 7>o p m. $p »n.. 11l pi » IMP m.. 11-Hkh, «l p. m Bir mingham only, I 1$ * an. T;li p. m SB# midnight.