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DIPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS.
l>«trolt, June 11. I*l2 PROPOSALS FOR PAVING AND REPAVING STREETS. Mealed proposal* will be received at th.* olfce of the Department of Public Works, Detroit, Mich, until Monday. June 17. I*l2, at 10 o'clock a. nr, stand ard fine, ut which time and place they will be opened, for furnishing all the labpr and material and puvtng *llll re put Inn the atreeta named below, within the llinlta mentioned. In the City of Detroit, with the atyle of pave, merit stated. With Cedar. TOLEDO AVENUE (Paving). Toledo avenue, from the weat line of ■cotten avenue to the eaat line <>f Clark avenue. 38 feet wide, with cedar block* on concrete foundation and H.* rea, Medina or any other curLatone that may be bid upon and ordered. In cluding new foundation und brick pav. in* between and along double track. I'KKPtHIXti FOH KHKKT tRPH 4LT • I'RFAtING. PUTNAM AVENUE (Hepa»la*>. From the weat line of Woodward avenue to the eaat line of Cass atreet, 30 feet wide, with 0-Inch concrete and Medina curbstone HKI.DKN At K.MI t < ltepa\lug I. L'rom the west line of Second avenue to the eaat line of Lincoln avenue, 20 feet wide, and 20 feet wide, with 6- Inch concrete and Medlnu curbstone. MULtCri’ STREET (Repaving*. From the eust line of Jos. ('unipau avenue on south, to the west curb line of Llmwood avenue. 26 feet wide, with 6-lnch concrete and Berea curbstone with Brlek. Note —The brick for repaving the following atreeta will be furnished and delivered on or contiguous to the work by the City of Detroit, free of cost to the contractor. ABBOTT STREET t Repaving*. From the brick at Michigan avenue to the eaat line of Trumbull avenue, 28 ; feet wide, leas alngle track, with brick vn 8-Inch and 1-Inch concrete foundu-| tlon und Medina curbstone. SEVENTEENTH STREET (Hrpavlngi. From the north line of Fort street to the south line of Baker atreet. 30 feet wide, with brick, on 6-lnch concrete and Berea curbstone KLIOT STRKKT < Repaving I. From the east curb line of Heaublen street to the weat line of Russell street. 26 feet wide, with brick on con- j crett_ foundation and Medina curb- ! atone. With Creosofed Hlock. Note -The block for paving the fol- ! lowing atreet will be furnlahed und j delivered on or contiguous to the work j hv the City of Detroit, free of coat to ’ the contractor BROOKLYN IVKMB (Repaving*. From the north lint of Grand Klvor t .1 venue to the south line of Alexan drine avynue. 26 f< et wide, with crco- ' soteo block on 6-lnch and 1-lnch con- 1 crete and Berea curbstone. SHEET ANPHILT l.ilD BY TUK CITY. Following are the estimates In de tail foi the work to be done on tne tbove paving und repaving Jobs: TOLEDO IVEMK (Paving). Vnaeaaiuent Estimates. ' 461 cubic yards of excavation, 926.20 lineal feci of curbstone (new* k t might. IS.BB lineal f* et of curbstone in (4-12 teet 11.) drive, 2 dressed Inside. 2 dressed outside; Medina by contractor. 1201 ST square yards, cellar paving. 112J.54 square yards of concrete, 6 Inches deep. 2.>.1i/ cubic yards of concreti under und behind * curb. City Facilitates. 33 cubic yards of excavation outside of truck. * 402 cubic yards of excavation Inside Ind ulong tru. k. 123.46 cubic yards of excavation. In cluding old paving materials, old con siwti foundation in track. 14 lineal feet of new curbstone 1 straight). 31 42 lineal of new curbstone In (2-10 feet it. Medina) circles fur nish* U by contractor. 603.63 square yards of brick paving 4 tracks. 8;.61 square yards of cedar paving. 71».82 square yards of concrete under paving, 6 Inches deep. 330 US cubic yards of concrete, under paving in and along tracks. 1.21 cubic yards of concrete under md behind curb. o.TI cubic yards of sand under ties. 118.37 squaii yards, of granite hose Ltonc.s furnished bv city, laid by con tractor. I 2000 lineal feet of rail to plaster (if Itqulrcu) at the Junction «>f pavement Iwltn car truik, the contractor will till Ir old under rail heads with cement snort,ir without extra charge I*l-TRAM UK.AI I! (Repaving). City Eatlaatc*!. 1 379 cubic yards of excavation, in sludlng old paving material cedar on ■and. I 240 lineal feet of new curbstone Istralght). more or less Medina I 12.56 lineal feet <>l curheione. In 12-4 ft B.) circles furnished by City; let b> contractor. I !a3 lineal fee* of curbstone reset, more 01 less Medina I 208176 square yards of 6-lnch con- I rets. I 33.60 cubic yards of concrete under Ind behind curb. I 47 lineal feet of retaining stone, old llrdinn curb may be used I !»KLDKN WFM K (Hepavlug*. j City Estimate*. I 2132 cubic yards of excavation, In- I lulling old j>ay ing material, cedar on lend from Second to l'hlrd, cedar on llank from fhtrd to Lincoln avenues I 800 lineal feet of new curbstone ■ straight) mole or less Medlnu I 200 #6 lineal feet of curbstone. In 1,4-8 ft. R 28-4 ft. rt) circles fur nished by City; set by contractor. I 3269 lineal feet of curbstone reset. Ittore or less Medina. I 71 1 square sards of ‘»-ln< li concrete. I 1 29.84 square >aids of concrete under Ind behind curb. I 584 lineal feet o', retaining stone, old Medina curb may be used. I MILLKTT STREET (Repaving*. I City Estimates. I 869 cubic yards of excavation. In liudtnfc old paving material, cedar on ■dank. I 467 lineal feet of new curbstone ■ straight) more or less Berea. I 11*97 lineal feet of curbstone, In ■ 6-10 feet K.. 4-4 feet R.) circles fur bished by City; set by contractor. I 1400 lineal feet of curbstone reset, More or less Berea. ■ 2977.08 square yards of concrete ■ 66 50 cubic yards of concrete under bnd behind curb I 131 lineal feet of retaining stone, old Medina curb, may be used 1 ABBOTT 91RRCT (Repaving). I Pity Estimates. I 25'.6 cubit yards of excavation, .n --■ ludlng old paving material, cedar on Bund. | 14(0 lineal feet of new curbstone Rvtrxtght, more or less Medina B 4056 lineal feet of curbstone, reset. B*<>re or less Medina. B 6411.70 square yards of brick paving B r> 6 Inches of concrete B 139 1C square yards of brick paving In 1-lnch concrete ■ 146 cubic yards of concrete, under B'"’ behind curb. B 6639- lineal feet of rail to platter ■if 1 equlred* at the junction of pave- Bient with car track, the contractor Bill fill void under rail heads with ce- Bont mortar without extra charge KVKKTUipyTH 4TRKMT (Kepavln«*. I Pity Estimates. ■ 2281 cubic yards of excavation, in- Hui'lny old paving material, cedar on ■ ll'oo lineal feet of new curbstone Hti sight) more or less Berea ■26.12 lineal feet of curbstone It* (4-4 ■ Hi circles furnished bv City: set ccktractor. . .. lineal feet of curbstone reset. or less Berea. paving. Hi ? i<i cubic yards of concrete under behind curb lineal feet of retaining stone old curb may be used ■ ELIOT STREET (Hepavlag*. M Pity Eatlmstea. cisbic yards of excavation, ir- Hn,|i old paving material, cedar on lineal feet of new curbstone tel alght*. more ur leas Madina 87.92 lineal fart of curbstone In (14-4 ft. R.> circles furnished by city; set by contractor. 3336 lineal feet of curbstone reset, more ot less Medina. 8287 90 sq.uare yards of brick paving on coitcrelg. 119.02 cubic yards of concrete under ami behind curb. 226 lineal feet of retaining atone, old Medina curb may be usud. lIROOKLI N A YEN IE (Repaving) Pity Estimates. 2273 cubic yards of excavation. In cluding old paving material, cedar on p.euk. 6Uu lineal feet of new curbstone (rtt light) more or less Uereu. 291 76 lineal feet of curbstone. In (19-10 ft. K.) circles furnished by Oily, *e: bv contractor. 3283 lineal feet of curbstone reset, more or less Berea. 6939.78 square yards of creosote block paving on 6-lnch concrete. 175.76 squ ire yards of creosote block paving on 1-inch concrete. 12013 cubic yards of concrete under and behind curb. 116 lineal feel of retaining stone, old Medina curb may be used. Note —Bidders will submit proposals for Portland cement concrete only. Ths tiinr- to t><- set in the contracts for the completion of the above pav ing and lepuving Jobs shall be as fol lows; TOLEDO AVENUE Aug. 26. 1912 PUTNA.fI AVENUE Aug. 26. 1912 ■ELLEN AVENUE Sept. 15. 1912 MULL.fc.TT STKEET Aug. 25. 1912 ABBOTT STREET Sept. 25. 1912 SEVENTEENTH STREET.Sept. 1. 1912 ELIOT STREET Sept 20. 1912 , BROOKLYN AVENUE Sept. 1, 191. Said streets to be paved according Ito the speclflcatluns for brick, adopts Jan. 16. 1912, cedar and creoaut»*d block, adopted Feb. 20. 1912. also to the estimates ot the Oty Engineer, us above, und the chatter and ordinances |of the City of Detroit Bidders will stutc the price per cubic yaid for excavation, price per lineal 'foot of curbing, pi ice per square yuru for paving or concreting, and price per [lineal foot for retaining plunk or stone, eti'. Bid* will only be received for the entire of the work or material for any street or section of street, us per quan tity » stated In the estimates, ami the bid will he accepted which is the low lest 01. aggregating the above details, j regardless of any error of extensions or footings made by the bidders. , Each bidder must deposit with his .bid enclosed 111 a separate envelope, a |certified bunk check payable to the ot jder of ttie Department of Public Works lot the City of Detroit, as follows j TOLEDO AVENUE f 300 ! PUTNAM AVENUE * 500 I ski.den kVENUK J 2.000 MULLETT STREET * 600 LiBBOTT STREET $1,600 SEVENTEENTH STREET $2,000 ELIOT AVENUE $ 1 .'>s« IJI tOOKLY N AVENUE $2.5 ") Which sum will be forfeited to the [City of Detroit In < use the bidder fails Ito enter Into contract, subject to con -1 Urination by the Common Council with - 1 P.\e days after the acceptance of his tinder by the Department of Public [ Works. The bidder whose tender is accepted I will be required to furnish with ills contract 1:11 approved surety company' 1 bond to the City of Detroit in the full I amount of the contract price for lb* work conditioned on the full and faith ful performance of his part of the con t rmt The contract shall be paid In bonds for f.rst paving, or the proceeds there of, if such bonds are purchased by the: Sicking Fund Commissioners, accord- 1 lug to law. No bids will b«* received from any person or firm who Is In arrears or de fault to the City of Detroit. Specifications in detail for the above work may be bad <>n application to the secretary. The Department of Public Works ex pressly reserves the right to reject 1 any or all proposals. (4182) J J. IIAAUER, (9A3) Commissioner Classified 1 Cent Rates X a Word Cash with order. If charged. 7c a line. No transient advertisement Inserted for less than 16c with cash; 18c ts charged per insertion. The above rules apply to all classi fications except Births. Card* of Thanks. Obltuailcs, Meeting Notices, and all Ads. preceding Male Help. Births. Deaths, Cards of Thanks and Meeting Notices—Minimum charge. 25c for 25 words or less. Over 25 words one and one-third cents for each extra word. Perscnals —Minimum chargo. 30c; 100 per line. (Counts six words to the line). DIED. BELANGER—Oyelampe, died at her daughters residence, Mrs. Hutte Malo, of Chicago, also mother of Roau biile Dreiinan and Oru Kills, sister of Paul J. Rousseau, of Detroit, and Adelaide Malo, of Chicago. 11l BRAKE—John Brake, at his rt-sideiu o, 1146 Kourth-ave., beloved husband of Ida Brake ami dear father of Joseph Archie. Norman, Lloyd. Funeral Thursday. 9:30 a. m, Burial at Both well. Ont BRANDT—WaIter J.. beloved husband of Florence und father of Raymond and Florence of Colorado; son of the late William J. Brandt (ind Mrs. Wil liam J. Brandt, of Detroit. G<>ETZINCIKR- June 11*. at residence. 1" Kercheval-uve, Elisabeth (neo Luedicke), beloved wife of William (loetslnger, and sister of Mrs Joseph A. Hock. Funeral from resi dence. Thursday', at 8:15 a. m. to ,v. Mary's church at 9. Kindly urnlt flowers. LKNTH*—June 10, at the residence of her sister. Mrs. Laura Hess. 1009 Jar- Held. Edith, aged 82 years, dear sister of Mrs. Charles Thieme. Mrs. Laura Hess and Mrs. Emma VI lot tel. Fun eral Thursday at 1:30 from resi dence. OWENS—James Owens, at hi* resi dence. 112 Church-st., beloved hus band of Lena Owens and dear brother of Robert Owens. Funeral Thursday, 2 p. nv, from above residence. TH AEM AN X—Monday, 8.30 p. in., Ethel Marlon, aged 2V9 years 18 days, be loved daughter of Frank and Mary Tbalnmnn. sister of Frankie Thal nmnn and Rudolph, Ernst and Har vey Plansker and Mrs. Alice Thomas. Funeral Thursday, 2 p in., from house, 78 Cleveland-st. Burial at Lutheran cemetery Cleveland papers please copy. BOSTON—June 10. Mutllda, beloved mother of They. Louis. Philip and William Boston. Mrs Henry Bean and Mrs Jesse Parfltt. Funeral from residence of her daughter, Mrs. H. Bonn. ICO Trumbull-ave , Thursday morning at 8:80 and tu Holy Trinity church at 9 Funeral via csr to Woodmere cemetery. GUEST—June 11, 1912. at residence. 292 W«t| Warren-av. Burton R b*l ved son of Mr. and Mrs Jarvis Ques'. aged 2 years 6 months Funeral Thursday 2 p m. BKANDAU—June il. 1912, at Harper hospital. Adam, aged 37 years, be loved husband of Bertha Brandau and father of Emella Brandau. brother .if Mrs Ferdinand Frelwald. Jacob, Paul and Henry Brandau Funeral fiom his residence 573 Helen-ave., Friday at 2 30 p. m. WINTERS—June 10, 1912, Herman, be loved husband of Minnie Winters and dear father of Grace, Fred. Lillian Charles. Lucy and Tlllle. aged 61 years. Funeral from residence. 99 Tweuty-elghth-jt . Thursday IN VEBTKW ALD—June Jl, Joseph, aged 37 years, beloved father of Ruth and Dorothy. Funeral from 816 tthcridan • ave. Friday. June 14. at 8 80 to St Anthony’s church at 9 a m HELP W ANTED—M \ LB. LABORERS wanted at National Fulton Brass Mfg. Cos., Brush and Woodbridfce Sts. CARPENTERS 26 first-class carpenters Apply Mac lean Building Cos . 92 Broadway. THE DETROIT TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1912. HKLP WANTED—MAI.■. joo MEN WANTED At once, to learn the automobile busi ness ut our special reduced June rates. Wo giake a thoroughly com petent chauffeur, repairman, tester, lalivniau and demonstrator out of you In u abort time. And we get you a position, 100 We have ar ranged with the Chalmers und the Welch factories to employ our grad uate* We also have many calls for private chauffeurs We have th* largest and best auto school in the state, with plenty of it.ra carbureters and magnetoa for the si mi* tits to work on. We have In addition, a motor and chassis cut open to show the working parts. al*o plenty of arburetera. cut open TWO ROAD CAR - We have the best Instructors obtain able. Out Prof C G Arthur has taught more able automobile engi neers than any other instructor In the country. Cull an.d see for youiself If you can contradict our statement or find only Cue-half as much equipment In any auto school In the state we wdll give you our unlimited course free. r*on't tie misled by fraudulent state ments made by so-called schools. Day and night classes. Office opeu Sunday und till 9 p. m. evenings Michigan State Auto School The Old Reliable School. 11 to 17 Selden-ave.. near Woodward. /■* 6TOP AT THE,, V FRANKLIN HOUSE £r On Eust Larned-et.. Just •» atep from Woodward fl JiSy and JefTerson avenues. Extra tine rooms. 60c, 75c, sl. $1 60 per day. V 34 Extra fine meals. 26c. H. H JAMES & SON THE Electric College 183 JefTerson Ave. Teaches wiring, contracting, dynamos, motors, etc. Take our practical course and be an expert electrician. Day und night classes. Low rates. SHIPPING clerk for largest manufacturing concern in De troit. Must give A1 references. Nothing hut first-class men need apply. Call at parlor l*. Griswold Hotel, hriday, June 14, at 6 to y P. M. H El. P WAN TED—FEMALE. "Wanted At Once 40 GIRLS and YOUNG WOMEN LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE OPERATORS. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO EX PERIENCED OPERATORS WE PAY OUR EMPLOYES WHILE THEY ARE LEARNING. WE PROVIDE REST AND REC REATION ROOMS COZILY AND COMFORTABLY FURNISHED FOR THE OFF-DUTY HOURS. WE OPERATE A COMPLETELY EQUIPPED RESTAURANT Al LESS THAN COST. WE PAY A SCALE OF WAGES THAT IT MIGHT PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE. WE HAVE OVER 200 SUPERVIS ORY POSITIONS INTO WHICH Ol'R CAPABLE GIRLS ARE PROMOTED. The Michigan State Tele phone Company, WASHINGTON AND CLIFFORD. APPLY 4TH FLOOR. I 25 GIRLS There are positions open here for 2*. EXPERIENCED SEWING MA CHINE OPERATORS— best of wu -i's, permanent, all year round po xulons; light, ulrv workrooms. The work Is not heavy und the eondl ! Hons are mo favorable that you ( 00util not possibly have a better place for the hot summer months i There are also positions open for BEGINNERS IN SEWING MACHINE WORK. These beginners earn well Iron* the start. Dining-room In connection where hot lunches arc served at minimum cost. Apply at once. American Ladv Corset Cos.. Fort-at. W., cor. Sixth. twenty strong girls WANTED; STEADY WORK; GOOD PtVY. PARKE, DAVIS & CO. WANTED —Girl for housework; four In family. $6 per week Good home for right, girl. 630 Brush WET WASH, 30”L85.. 6oc Rough dry. 35r dox. United Laundry. 34*0 Gratiot. Cherry 308; City 5489-J. SITUATION* WANTED—MALE. - H. -8 BARBER^ Shingle Roof Contractor. 179 Beaufalt. E. 1817. FOH SALK—MISCELLANEOUS. A.A.A.A. —Typewriter Sale Smith, Rem, Underwood, Oliver, S2O. New visible, SSO, weekly sl. Renting $1.60 up. DETROIT TYP. CO.. 183 SHELBY-ST. BILLIARD and Pocket Hilliard TabWs with the only genuine Monarch cush ions. new and remodeled at moderate prices and easy terms; also supplies and repairing Brunswlck-Balke-Col- Under Cos., of Michigan, 100 Ran doiph-st. Plastering and Brick Work repairing a specialty. U 4007 —C. K. CARROLL —118 Lysandtr LUMBER Balm, Butternut. Chestnut and Cotton wood. 1-lnch. exua wide and dry. J P. SCRANTON & Cos. East 2809. Field 640. FjNE STERLING PI AND—Mahogany, kaige style, 3 pedals, was $360; rare musical value at $243. Small weekly 01 monthly payments See this bar gain without delay. GHINNKLu BUGS.. 245 Woodward. WANTED —Cor. Michigan and Fourth, to furnish rooms complete. $1 week Sumner Cos CELEBRATED ST KIN WA Y PIANO— Fine condition, regc'ar $650 style. This week sperbtl at $-65 See this giest birg.iin In th* world’s best make Piano ut om* GRINNELL BROS.. 246 Woodward SODA FOUNTAINS, billiard and pool tables, new and second-hand Oeo Marsh Cos.. 9 Fariper-st. E Z terms. ROSEWOOD VOSK ! * lANO#—Carved legs, full 7 octaves, overstrung, vhoroughly overhauled, sweet, cleat tone, gieut bargain at $73. Bay 75c weekly. GRINNELL BROS. 245 \\ oodward. Store Fixtures, Soda Fountain? of all kinds, manufactured und sold at Jobbers' prices tu retail trade, show eases, > uunter*. shelves, auli cases, etc. Detroit Store Fixtuie Cos, 337-341 GruUot-ave Main 4022 BARITONE 'York.'' silver-plated, high or low pitch. us*d less than 3 nonths. excellent condition, /ally ,uaianteed Complete with piusn lined case; only SSO Regular price *77 See this big bargain st once , GRINNELL BROS ?4& Woodward 1 **OH »ALK—MISCKLL \\*(>l k. BRICK, lumber, aIT ’kinds. cheap’ wrecking, U*ndolpli gnd Atwater Jetrolt House Wrecking Cos. Grand .320 * 1 M MUSIC BOX—“Mira," $l5O style, with Cabinet, double comb, stands 3 feet high, 3 dos tune eheets with outfit, lemarksble value at $32. GRIN NI.LI. BROS' Branch. 57 Monroe. ALL DEAD HORSES and cows removed promptly. Phone Mlllrnbach Bros West ‘J96. HIGHEHI* prices paid furniture, stoves; carpets Laphsm. 282 Grst Cherry 407 ' WAMTKP—rAMM»j " „ lake farm 58 acres. 40 mllea frmii Detroit, 2 miles from 2 towns and railroad atutlon. sniMll house, good basement burn and outbuildings; some fruit. 1 ucies of grapes, summer cottage and boat 2 good horses. 3 cows. 3 heifers. 1 chickens and all tools. Only $-.800. Farm has large lake front age. Office open Thursday evening until 8 o'clock. I have a large list of farms. See me before .you buy. F\ S TER. The Farm Man, 507 Majestic Bldg CHICKEN FARM * 6-room house und 4 lots In Hamttamck. $2,600. S3OO down. EYBTER, THE FARM MAN. WANTKD— RKAL KBTATK. Il.\ COTTAGE® in t«ii mile circle, will sell us a whole or single eot ttge; $1,200. on terms C. S. BEADLE. Main 6524. 4 McGraw Bldg. ILL BUY for cash equities In real estate; quick confidential deals. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg I WANT some housed built on csr line, us there are buyers who want u tew acres with house, on euey terms. C. S. BEADLE. Muln 6524. 4 McGraw *' l - - ■ ' TO UK NT—FLATS. THIRD FLOOR FLAT, six rooms; S2B; lease. \N. Grand-blvd.. five rooms $35 WILL ST. JOHN & CO. 405 Chamber of Commutes. FI RNIBHED FLAT—6 rooms und bath balcony; modern conveniences. Till Oct. 17th. 4?all mornings 51 Hen drie. TO ItKN I'—HOI *T;V. A.A.—Rental Agency—A.A. STORM FELTZ LO\’ El.fc Y CO. See E. K. BENNETT Griswold and Larned. Main 2773. SEE BKi 4 RKAI tY~GO.^ For all kinds rsntals. Cherry 2998. HANNAN RENTAL AGENCY ONI* McGItAW HLLMj ■ A IH» RENT—ROOMS. HOUMs —Furniture Tor rooms complete $1 weekly. Sumner Cos. MU h. and 4th TO KKNT—PIANOS. A PIANO for your residence or sum mer home; moderate rental; mutch less service; year’s rent allowed on purchase. GRINNELL BROS., 245 Wnuilw aid. PERSON A L. NOTICE—If any poor girl In In trouble needing advice, lriendahlp or belt) write or call on SEC. MARGARET DUfc'FY, 998 Fort-st. west. Salvation Army. STORAGE AND CARTAGE. ACME STORAGE CO., largest van a packing. Main C 99. 45 Gllman-st. fiOEHL BROS., Storage and Cartßge. Office. 487 Beaublen-st. R. 828; C. 913. RIVERSIDE STORAGE & CATITAtiT: Cos. Fireproof and Non-fireproot storage. Main 606. Moving and packing. City 607. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN * In amounts from SI,OOO to 8100.000. st 5%. 6>*% and 6%. secured by mort gage on improved city real estate. No commissions charged. Detroit Trust Cos., Penobscot Bldg. CONSTRUCTION LOANS Liberal' •mounts. J. F Websr. 304 Gratiot. FOR SALK—RESIDENCE PROPERTY*] A.A.A. —Detroit Homes SEI.DKN-AVE., modern; payment down. TOV. NSEND-AVE , 7 r. and bath, S6OO down. OCX D\VIN-AVK., 7 r. and bath, S7OO down. HARPEU-AVE , solid br.. sacrifice, quick HURI.BUT-AVE.. new. modern; sl,ouo down. IIARPKR-AVE., pressed brick: $2 000 down SHIJII DAN-A VE., 1 elegant bargains, term* * 8E VBU RN-AVE . owner in New York; SI,OOO MORKKLL-BT.. modern and big barn; 12.600. LANSING-AVE.. 6 r. and bath. $2.80n. HELEN-AVE... make 2 -fiat, $2,800 HOLCOMB AVE. cottage; $2,000. tet n.a OLaI'W IN-AVK., new. 8 rooms. $2,900 BALDWIN-AVE., near Mack-ave . 8-i\ and bath, barn, cement walks, paved street, full porch, a s:t.ono home of fered for a few days for $2,700. CAVALRY-AVE., beauty; must sell; $2,100 GREEN-AYE.. near Solvnv, leaving city; best In Detroit at $2,000, only SSOO down, 7 rooms and bath, cellar, paved street, large lot. nice shade CLARK PARK, pressed brick 7 rooms und bath hardwood finish; $2,000 down. HARPER. near Woodward; modern brick, cost $8,000; sell for $5,500; terms. 16-room modern brick, block off Cass park, fine lot and burn, beautifully furnished, all rooms rented, sell complete foi $7,800; terms. $4,000 d<wn; we have them all over city on easy terms. E. R, Dainoth, 4C. Hodges Bldg ~HOLY ROSARY PARISH Beautiful 8-room home on Medburv. Has large living room finished In ma hogany with fireplace, beamed ceil ing and French doors, beamed cell ing in diningroom; tiled bathroom and' vestibule, 5 bedrooms finished In white enamel with mahogany doors, large closets In each, lot 40x141. Pi Ice $7,700 TWO-FAMILY FLAT Baldwln-sve, near Waterloo; 5 rooms and bath each, hardwood floors and finish; large attic; separate furn aces. gas und electric light; lot 30x 120 Trice $5,2b0. GRAND RIVER AVE. Near Crosstown llge; 4 brick stores and fists; Income $144 per month. ! 11rf $15,000. J. B. PADBERG 412 MOFFAT BLDG NICE new double house, 6 rooms on each side, modern throughout, brick /tneet one block from Woodward. Highland I'ark; rents S6O month 'T ice $3 800. SI,OOO down STANDFIEI D 28$ Hodges Bfdg Cherry 443. 1 ff.W K • beautiful 11-room home on Llncoln-sve which can be used for fcnn.lpg house will sell for payment .Dm or take imall house In as part f xyment STANDFtELD Cherry 443 -- 806 Hodge* Bldg. row SALE—HKkiUKNrt: PMOHKMTI , EAST SIDE Ol’T JLFI tHsio.N $J.4< 0 ,buy* strictly modern home of pressed brick. slate roof; hot watet heat. - beamed colling dining-room with elaborate decoration*, attic, full hUMm*M, MfMU awnliiK*, 45 ft lot with room for auto driveway; near \' uter Work* park See us ONLY ONE LEFT—9I *OO Modern home with furnace, full base mtnl, laundry tuba, electric shower lin hi* gas, modern bath; two sturies. 7 looms; cement walka; near Gratiot end McClellan; new; can move in with a tlrat payment of 1300 M’ARKWN-AVE. east. Two-atory, modern home, full bate* ment. furnace, luundry tuba, modem bi th, reception hall, dining room, front and back parlor w'lth fireplace, rear stairway aa well a* front, 4 beurooma; 32-ft. lot; $3,600 LAMBRECHT. KELLY & CO. Members of Detroit Real Estate Board. Main 316 City 315. 64 Griswold St. rOK IALH —MKftIDICNCF. PHUPERTT. EAST SI DE Waterworks* Park Bungalow Brand new; built to live In; very elab orately Mulshed bungalow; on a 50- tovt lot; exceptional!) large rooms; must be aeen to be appreciated- Let me ahow' you. Price 4.300. Helen Avc., Near Kercheval Practically new. strictly modern nouae of eight rooms and bath and furnace, etc; very aelect oak Mniah. hand some Mxtures and decoration* Built lor a home. Price 5.000 Let us ahow you this. Hamilton Ave., Near Kercheval Two-family Mat. honestly bu’lt, mod em to the minute; will net over l’* pet cent; 16.000; 11.000 down HANCOCK AYE. EAST Near X-Town Car l.ine Well built 2-famUy Mat Lowei Mat 6 and bath, two bedrooms lp- L>et Mat ti rooms and bath, with i bedrooms; full basement, steam boat equipment in collar (out not »n --st ailed). A SNAP AT $4200 EASY TERMS KIRBY AVE. EAST Nearly new brick veneer, slate roof. * rooms, modern house, lot :toxlta; f 1,700 Terms. East Side Specials Relvidere. Near Gratiot Well built house, 7 rooms and bath; 12.500. V3OU down. LE MAY AVE.. NEAR MACK Stu rt w alk to Lovsler Motor Cos., neat cottage live rooms, both cellar and attic; l.irg'* lot; 12.100; 1100 down. Walking Distance of Lozier New house. 7 room*, bath and cellar, a snap at I2.S«0: 1300 down Let Is Build You a Home W e have desirable lots in every section of the city on which we are willing to build to your order on terms of from S2OO to SSOO down, balance as rent. If you appreciate good material, honest, competent workman ship and a Square Deal, lake this matter up with our Mr. Malted. Malseed & Wanless 52 Buhl Blk., Main 360 LET ME BUY YOU A HOME Ntm« your price, what cash and monthly installment* you can pay. and I will And you a bargain in any locality. Owner will pay my com miialon LET ME SELL YOUR PROPERTY If you can give my clients honest value for their money 1 can eell your property WILBUR B. GILBERT, Real Estate, Loan* andJLVHEVStie II2C Majestic Bldg Main 1610: Qd 2017. C. B. WARD 160 < Canfleld-ave.. new 6-room house, hardwood floors dow-netelre; parlor, living room, dining-room decorated, electric lights, window shade*; com pleted May 10; open dally from 2 to 4 01 phone for appointment. North 1762 or Oak 1. tfltT. T.AK l! P.xltM. 40' Hires. 6-room house, 30x60 barn, poultry house, good Juke frontage, one mile from electric, 12.600. Will take house In exchange. 80 acres good land, 50 rods from one of Michigan's beet lakes. % mile from town Only $8 per acre. 10 acres on electric dose to Detroit, onl) $2,760. I RANK E. BRIGGS. The Farm Man. 506-500 Majestic Bldg. Main 1700. DO YOU want to sell your North Woodward property? Then list it with us. HOMER WARREN & CO., Chamber of Commerce M. 6406. City 6406. IDEAL HOMES Highland I'urk la the garden spot of Detroit, and a residence suburb un surpassed My offices are In the rr.hlst of this North Waodward move ment and on my sales list I have the beet of all kinds thut the world has to offer. Let tne quote you prices and location F. I. ROLLER. 2697 Woodward. • Hemlock 592 Open Sunday Afternoon 788 McGraw, corner Seotten Ave. PRICE $2400 TERMS EASY. New 2-storv frame, 7 rooms and hath, oak floors, electricity, gas roller window shades, lot 5/ x() 7- cement walks. See it Sunday Afternoon, sure. HOMER WARREN & CO., Chamber of Commerce M. 6400. City 6406, C. B. WARD 1061 I‘ennsylvaniH-ave , 5-room cot tage- bath, hardwood floor*, decor ated window shades, ready to move Into, open dally from 9 to 4. or phone foi appointment Mwth lltl ~r ths - WE ARE headquarters for tlats. double houses and terraces. HOMER WARREN Si CO., Chamber of Commerce M. 6406. City 6406. OPEN TODAY COLONIAL RESIDENCE LAWRENCE \VENUE No 17 first block off Woodward, lot 75 ft front, terrace porch; large hull end living room; brick fireplace with book<*s-g built In. panel dining room buller’s pantry, large kltrhen and Ice room five bedroom* hot w*. tet h**st two complete batn rooms, -.hade*, decorated, etc. euey terms c. S VAUGHN. 22 BUHL BLLKI F.XUFLLKNT 1-room brick veneer home -»n Trumbull C. S BEADLE 4 McOrew Bldg Ft»K MLI—HfcI«IUK\4 >: PNOPK«TI., UIIANK-AVE Near lvercheval. 7 rooms end bath, good design, nice large rooms, paved atteei and only half block from* street car Price arid term* easy at 17 60*i, KA*rr side VACANT riNAPH 5«-ft. lot on Hurlbut-ave.. half block fr»m Kercheval; want to sell. Price less than 81.500. Mi:LDItl’M-AVK. 32-ft lot. right near Kercheval; to 1 close nu estate; SI,OOO. NEAR MACK Half block on good street, cement walks, water, sewer, gas; want to sell, only S3OO. WEST SIDE VBItNOR Just off Gilbert, 5-room cottage gat-! c* merit walk, price SI,BOO. one-third 1 down. Ft*H M A I.K—HK*I OK \ < t: I’Hoi'KHTi . ‘ HOMES MAKE appointment to look at these, then make oiler J u n 8-room houses o;i Clalrmounl-ave Th» y are modern and worth $4,000 mortgage for $2,000. which is 50 per cent of appraised valuation; must be sold this week. Owner will consider any reasonable offer WINONA AVE.. $*.700 Brick and shingle. 7 rooms,‘full base ment, beamed ceilings, panelled dln- Ing-rooin, built-in bookcases, large poiches. lot 45x120, built only 3 years. Westminster Ave., $4,500 SI,OOO cash buys one of the finest little homes on this street, 8 rooms, hot water heat, porches, screens, north side of street, 400 feet from Wood word; garage. The price la very LOOK AT THIS. $4,(00 Frame and. shingle lesldence consist ing of 7 rooms, modern In every respect, on a lot 40x150. on Mania - churietta-e ve It is u home that ought to appial to unyone Elmhurst Ave.. $*,500 Trice reduced yesterday fruni $6.(00. owner anxious to sell; lot 50x120. brick. 8 rooms, ouk floors and finish throughout, hot water heat. full basement; garage, sleeping porch, etc. Connecticut Ave., $3,600 Never priced befoie under $4,000. It is wurth $4,000. hut owner is anxious to sell and says let It go at $3,600; 8 rooms all oak doors and finish; 40-foot lot; modern in every respect Co-operative Realty Cos.. 404 Chamber of Commerce Main 5483. City 627. " SSOO DOWN ' BUYS NEW 7-ROOM HOI’S R NEAR GRAND RIVEH-A VE . (>N PAVED STREET. MODERN Til RoL’OHOt’T, DON’T MISS THIS IF YOl’ ARE LOCKING FOR A HOME. PRICE. 93.000 Two-Apartment NEAR TRI’MBt’LL AND (’AN FI ELD AVEtf.. 1% MILK CIRCLE. MODERN BRICK VENEER, FINE RESIDENCE district excellent car ser vice RENTAL S7BO TRICE $6,600 TERMS. JOHN E. BRENNAN & CO. City or Main 477. 50'' Union Trust Bldg. ioi REEDER AVENUE Bet. |unction ami Campbell Aves. NEW 10-ROOM HOUSE PRICE $2,300 TERMS EASY This is a big bargain. The loca tion is tine for roomers. The house lias oak floors, gas and hath. HOMER WARREN & CO.. Chamber of Commerce City 0400. M. (1406. TIICHMONI)-A\ E , n*»ur Boulevard, 9- room frame, guod rooming house; will s*-ll cheap If sold ut once. Will tnkt auto mm part payment. W. W. BENNETT, 120 H Majestic bldg Crrine Near Gratiot. $2,800 bcveii rooms and hath, hardwood floors, to exchange for vacant lots nr farm. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. Cottage Near Packard No. 18 Hyds-st., Just cast of llelun ave.; three blocks south of Harper; five rooms, lot 30x110. S3OO down. GOODRICH BRi HTIERS 465 FORD BLDG. Open Sunday Afternoon 788 McGraw Ave., f or. Seotten New 7-Room House EASY .TERMS 725 ST. CLAIR AVE. Open Sunday Afternoon - Price $2,200 EASY TERMS 1 F YOU want to **ell your prop erty, LLt it with us. ! HOMER WARREN & CO., Chamber of Commerce City f>4oO. M. 640 ft. 0 ROOMS, in'ur Fort W $1,275 6 rooms, near Michigan .. 1.400 t. 100 ms. near Gratiot I.6l»t) 5 reams, near Jefferson 1,450 I Double house, nr. Jon. Uatnpau. 1.45a Double house, nr. Mt. Elliott... 2,650 1 Flat, near Mater \VnrKs ‘1.6.0 1 BERT, Majestic Bldg. ‘COTTAGES ! Choice of four new ones at $2,100 on terms at McGraw and Seotten; cellar, bath, hardwood floors, electricity and attic. BROOKS St KINGON ♦OS WHITNEY BLDG || 3173 Dlty 4861 rOt SALB—I AHSI BARGAINS IN I \RMS 820 AI’RKH In Saskatchewan, near thriving village, new railroad town. S2O per acre; half cash, bal 6 years. C4m ACRES, 4 mile* from W«-*t llrancl . Mich., 100,000 ft of green pine. 20 I to 20 acre* of hardwood tltnh* r and considerable dimension timber; 20 acres cultivated and fenced Sith woven wlra; srnr.ll houm telephoim And rutal mall delivery; good soli. Can buy at a snap If taken at <>n For Information see N II M* 1 ’AD DEN. .120 ACRES, In Alberta. In one of the finest districts In Western Canada, near lAromix 1 the garden spot of Alberta Ix»ok tnls up If you want something good, will e\ch;«fim* for Detroit property 1 know hy i>* r snnal inspection that this cannot he beaten 640 ACRES. In Saskatchewan 2t*o acres In crop: can nearly *ll he broken, there Is 2 houses and stabling fur .15 head of horses, 2 good well* and a creek about I nill* from M hlte. Ist stat'on out of Battleford, S.i«k ; p' per acre; |J,COo cash, bal. terms, hor Information. see N H Mcl! ADDE.V. ♦ls tiodgos lthig . and 2«x> \CRES I \ND Hart Bros have 200 acres at DfXter Mich (This Is Just west of Ann Ar bor) Splendid fern. Ulve posse slon at once $2 000 down balam rn time I0'»5 of < ..mm. . FUR "ALE—FIRM*. 42 ACRES In BioowAsUi HUls. Mark gravel loam 30 acres plowlsnd. bal mce pasture. 30 cherry trees. It . pple. River Rouge rune through arm. Would make Ana lake. V ; . : • o«u» house. Barn 45x50. Boggy h«. use. granary, tool shed. etc. SIO,OOO 70 ACRES near Brighton. All glow- 1 land but one acre. Clay loam soli, all drained. Woven wire fences. 6- room house, practically new. barn 30x40 Hen house. Buildings all painted. $2,200. 12u ACRES near Walled Laka. Clay . and sandy loam 10 acres timber Small orchard. 60 acres plowland. Jrlck house. IS rooms and eel Ur. ' Ban, 36x40. and all necessary oat- 1 - buildings. On fine little lake. $6,006. 2 ACREa at Birmingham. Clay loam soil. 5-room house. Cellar. Barn 16x24. Hen house Ixll and corn crib. Woven wire fences. $1,060 2 ACRES rear Chesterfield. 6-room , house. Chicken house 15 apple. 3 pear and 3 cherry trees. 366 berry bushes and other small fruit. $616. Farm Headquarters THE FISKE KINNEY CO. Inc. 1510 FORD BLDO. Main 631. ’City »tr \ 8 Acres near Royal Oak, $1,500 8 acres on Gratiot, $1,556. 1 acre, near Grand River, $671. 20 acres on electric, near Detroit, to exchange for city vacant or im proved. 40 acres, nr. Dearborn; snap, $5,600. h<i acres, nr. Qd. River; sacrifice. 200 acres, nr. Pontiac; good build ings. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. Fon SALE—VACANT LOTS. Cass Farm Lots Will advance rapidly in value. Be they are in the choicest residence section inside the Boulevard. Because the subdivision is rigid ly restricted '»»i«l the surround ings are the west. Because the r e is an active de mand for homes in this section and the supply, is limited. Because the present prices arc low to close out tlie few re maining lots. Because we make liberal build ing loans to purchasers, which loans can he paid in very easy payments. Because tlie homes already there and under construction aie among the most attractive in the citv. Because the neighbors here are some of the best people in De troit. Because the New Public Library site at Kirby Ave., running from W'opdward to Cass, will improve the surroundings and will be one of Detroit’s iqost beautiful spots. Because a modern home in this section is salable quickly at its full value. If not ready to build now you can buy a lot on easy terms and have the loan next spring. • Unsold lots are on Cass and Sec ond Aves., near Putnam, Kir hv. Ferry and Palmer Aves. W e have one 80-ft lot and one 50-ft. lot on Putnam Ave., the choicest location of the entire section. Prices $45 per front foot up* wards. Lots from 40 to too feet front; liberal depth. Tel ephone or call for plats and full information. Paterson Bros. & Cos. 169 Griswold St. City nr Main 255. EAST SIDE VACANT 6') ft. on Milwaukee, nr. Hast ings $3.500 Falrvlew. nr. Waterloo. 60 ft... l.leo Huldwit. nr. Wurren, 10 feet.. '.50 CopUn, nr Jefferson. 30 ft.... 575 (’adlllac, nr .Lfft-rnon. 50 feet. 3.000 Cadillac, near Mack. 50 feet... 1.25 > E (Irand-blvil . nr. Agnes. 100 ft. *.oOO Hamilton, nr. Jefferson. 35 feet l.stlO llurlhut, near Mack 751 llurihiit, nr. C)iarl**voix. 50 ft. LO Hurlbut, nr. Goethe. 80 ft 725 Melrose, nr. Boulevard. 30 ft . . 45a Pennsylvania, nr Syl\ester. 30 ft. 500 Tyler, nr Chenr. 30 ft *OO WEST SIDE V \CANT 2Sth. near M’arrsn 6(» feet ....$ 750 1 Smnots-\ an Dyke Uompanv Main 7SB and Main 789. 131 4 Ford dldg. 14 GRISWOLD STREET Fine Lot for Two-Flat I <’*tnrrou-Kve near Boulevard, 30x12i; 1 paved street r**tn«nt sidewalk Call I for best prlre. \\. W. BENNETT, 1209 MmJcmilc Rid* WE WILL self > >ut vacant lot* «—Lisi them u ith 11- HOMER WARREN CO.. Chamber of Commerce M. 6400 City 6406. NORTH WOODWARD 40 -ft lot. fourth lot w-e*t of second on * rurth side of street This lot can be b. ught for 1400 If sold at ones \\ \\ . BENNETT. 120'' Majestic Bldg I Job PlißtllMK Um* Ml*kt. Tinea I'rtrilua t 0., 15 John R -at. FlUsSaeg aa<l aU omnii south and ssst. ***»• aawjr 16.«• u in Fars to Clsvaland. s>. Fiusburg. i .35. upper berth. sl. lower tank. $1 50. w bole room. $2.50. Fur Alpena. Mackinac and way porta Mo mis) s. 5 P- nr.. Fridaya 0-80 a. M. y (lulTalo aad all golale east daily at 5 P m Fare to Buffalo. IS.a* os# way $6 50 round trip UrrkfeU Kirar.luu 4m> Buffalo. 64. Cleveland. •$ 56 rotted ,rl, flcliet Offices: Wayne-st dock. Ms ias«U hide Woodward. 174 Ortswel* WHITE STAR LINE Wharf, foot us UrlawulU-st For Haroa w*> porta steamer leaves Dvtrull , lk lh jlO p m. Sundays 8 * m. Fur Toledo. Steamer leavee Dotrolt d^ilv 1 Ift p tn Xundoys Sl* m Nu ILittors wt (tr - mis cnmoaiiv's steamers Page Eleven