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Builders’ and Traders’ Exchange
Reports Little Activity Among
Architects For the Week
Three Factory Buildings and a
Branch Library Among the
Contracts Let
Th« Builder* ft Trader*’ exchange
report* quiet busiue** lor the *e«k.
the holiday Interfering with the
amount of new work, turned lu by
the architect*. The largeat Item ot
the woek was a branch library bulla
tng and there were three factor}
buildings reported.
’ In the state new work 1* also light.
The principal award* of the week
are a* follows:
Bmtth, llinchman ft Orylls let for
•the Murphy Power Cos., the genera*
contract for anew power building ou
the corner of Hoffman and Vermont
ave*., to the A. Albrecht Cos.; the steel
and Iron work to H. M. Lewi*, and
a wagon scale to the Rowley Scale ft
Supply Cos. Albert Kahn let for the
Burroughs Adding Machine Cos., the
contract* for an addition to the Jap
anlng room, as follows: Painting,
Rtasman ft Mannassau; heating.
Johnson ft Sarsen Cos.; maaon. iw*
Ld*le ft Cooper; steel, Daigle Steger'
Iron works; roofing and sheet metal,
Howie Roofing Cos ; carpenter, Har
cu* ft Cos.; plumbing, J. W. Partlan;
glatlng, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Cos
The same architect let for the De
troit Fuse Cos., contracts for addition
to factory building on Rlvard-st., near
Plquette-ave., as follows: Maaon
work, Culbertson ft Kelly; steel, De
troit Architectural Iron work*; roof
ing and sheet metal, Chas. Sexauer
Roofing Cos.; painting and glaring, An
derson ft Pip. George W. Oraves let
for the Detroit Aluminum ft Brass
Castings Cos., additional contract* for
a new building a* follow*: Carpen
ter, Jame* A. Moyne* ft Cos.; plumb
ing, Bean & DeVille; art stone, The
Maul Cos.; steel, Ru**el Wheel ft
Foundry Cos. C- Howard Crane let
for J, H. Rrady, the general contract
. for a two-family flat building and an
auto garage to be erected In Gro**e
Polnte, to Schmeid-Slsman Cos. Ro
land C. Gle* let for John Geyman. the
plumbing and heating for hi* brick
theater building on ’Hie corner Wood
ward and Harmon-ave*., to Otto A.
Wurm ft Cos. The same architect let
for K. Roger*, contracts for aliena
tions and change* to store front at
No. 810 Woodward-ave., as follow*:
Mason, Jame* J. Hickey; carpenter,
Arthur Armstrong; pla*terlng, Ou«-
tar JaJinke; plumbing and heating.
Harrlgan ft Reid Cos.
After several week* of negotiation*
J. Henry Smith of the Peter Smith ft
Son* <|d., and Walter E. Parker, of
the Mexican Crude. Rubber Cos. have
taken a 99-vear lease on the Bamlet
building and the adjoining store, lo
cated on the southwest corner of
Grand Rlver-ave. and OriswoUl-*t.
The amount of the annual rental 1*
not made public, but it la understood
that it will run about $15,000 a year.
The land has a rronta,xe of 100 feet
on Grand Rlver-ave., and 60 feet on
Qriswold-st. The Bamlet building 1*
owned by the Bamlet Building Cos.,
and the adjoining structures owned
by the Bamlet Realty Cos.
The present tenants have leases
which run nntll 914 and it I* under-
that when these leases expire
the new lessees will remodel the two
buildings In accordance with plans
which were announced some months
ago, making them both eight-story
structure*, adding two stories to the
Bamlet building proper and four
stories to the adjoining building.
Real estate men of Detroit ji re plan
"Tflng on a titg turn 1 for next Thursday
when the regular monthly meeting
of the Detroit Real Estate board Will
be held at Lake Orion. The party
will leave the Ford building siding in
special trolley cars at 2 o’clock sharp.
A. program including athletics, boat
ing, and, In the evening, dancing, has
been arranged, and it !:i announced
that the business meeting will be
practically dispensed with. A fish
and Chicken dinner will be served in
th» Bellevue hotel at 6 o’clock. Frank
C. Nall is chairman of the enter
talnment committee which has charge
of the arrangement*.
Bs*tsei«-Ilkf Printing. No fuss and
no feathers. The plain neat kind that
looks right Time* Printing Ca. II
John R -*t Ph Veto 14SS or Oily Mil
[,< i3 PMBHjH^2rOSLA^j
'■*■ .* / v J '*: > i "'- *•■ * f B V *.*
fcfißjWjgfejjtf*" OT ;.mwi^ r ' ; '* V' . - £s:■' '
944 T#anyina>avr 4 M-room lning»l"«. built for Wm. Kltmaerald by Itnlaa
fratt Realty la. Illume la all hnrduond wltl. beamed celling •. »pea fire ala re.
vrtat cellar, cte. Coat aaa 95,000.
F. K. Ilniinnn bn* sold for W. U. V ouag, 2-atory and basement brick. 3.17
Thlril-ot., between Cherry nail Grand (liter, lot 41 Cl IK). Wry. Marin Mchmldt
U the purchaser. I.anri % allied about fl.lO per fooL_ lloaee of 12 room*.
As the scope of the work of the
Michigan Fresh Air society Is meas
ured by the generosity of those inter
ested in providing a vacation Ih the
country for the children of the poor,
the annual appeal Is now made for
contribution*, which may be sent to
the treasurer of the society, Dr. Will
iam H. Browne Last week, twin
boys were sent to a farm, not tar
from Detroit, where they will remain
until September. The mother of ihe
children, duriug their happy vacatioii
in the country, will have a certain
amount of rest herself when freed
during the hot days, of the care of
the little ones, for she has the bur
den of making her own and tholr live
lihood. Tho aim of the society is to
send little children to farm homes,
where they are kept from a fortngiht
to a month or two. The smallest con
tribution to the necessary fund is wel
comed by the society’s officers, who
are: President, George N. Brady;
treasurer, Dr. W. H. Browne; secre
tary, Dr Francis Duffield; assistant
secretary, Miss Alice Hewitt.
Miss Elizabeth Jordan, the well
known magazine editor and writer, is
In Detroit, for rehearsals of her play.
“The Lady From Oklahoma,” to be
produced by Jessie Bonstelle, in the
Garrick theater, the week of July 15.
Miss Jordan made the dramatization
from her own magazine story, the In
cidents of which were founded on a
real experience of the authoress. Miss
Bonstelle in staging the play, Is giv
ing it a fine production. It is said to
be a sparkling comedy with nothing
of the “wild west” flavor suggested
by Its title Miss Jordan, with her
secretary, is stopping in the Hotel
A Fourth of July garden party was
given, Thursday afternoon and even
ing, on the spacious rear lawns of the
following residents of the East Orand
blvd., from No. 2076 to No. 2082;
William C. Dlebel, Wilson Thomas,
Richard Giersche and William P. Mc -
Bride. Athletic game* were played lu
the afternoon and a picnic supper was
followed by music and fireworks,
about 50 residents of the neighbor
hood participating In this informal
celebration of the day.
—® —
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Chesbrough,
with their sons. William and Irwin,
of Shorelands, Grosse Pointe Farms,
will sail for Europe, Saturday morn
ing, from New York, for a three
months’ motor trip in England and
on the continent.
* —(s)
The engagement Is announced of
Mis* Grace Blitz, daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blitz, to
E. Louis Jacobs, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mulkey, their ,
son and daughter, Philip and Miss
Mercedes Mulkey, have taken a cot
tage at Gratiot Beach for the sum
Emmet Dwyer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jeremiah Dtvyer, of this city, has
gone to London, Eng., where he will
be married to Mrs. Joseph Orr, of
Philadelphia. Mrs. Orr was the 1
guest, in Detroit, last fall, of the i
Misses Corbett, previous to her de- 1
parture for Europe. Mr. Dwyer will
bring his bride to Detroit and they
will make their home at No. 679
A garden party will be given on
the grounds of the residence of Mrs.
O. E. Butterfield, No. 93 Putnam
ave., Monday evening, under the
auspices of the College Equal Suf
frage league. Supper will be served,
alfresco, at 6 o’clock, so that men
may go to the party direct from bus
iness. An informal program of
music and other features will be
given during the evening.
Miss Belle Simon, No. 33 Alfred-st.,
will leave for Europe, July 9. to Join
her sister, Miss Zelda Simon, who has
A Tlfl SB • M I* *„ . m 0 ’ ’9 VL f * IVI £ 4
been studying piauo with LeschelizLy,
in Vienna. The Misses Simon will
travel on the continent for several
Palestine lodge, No. 357, F. ft A.
M. will give the annual moonlight,
Friday evening, July 12, on the Sic
Claire. The boat will take the lodge
members and their friends for a ride
ou Lake Erie. There will boa spe
dal program of music and other en
tertainment features in addition to
dancing. Alvin E. Harley Is chair
man of the entertainment committee.
The annual outfng of the Knights
of Equity will take place, luelday,
July 9, to Put-in-Bay, the uteanur
Put-111-Bay to leave the Flrwt-ut. dock
at 8:30 o’clock. The executive com
mittee, of which John P.
chairman, hus spared *© effort to ar
range a happy opting. A flae list of
prizes has been secured for the ath
letic events.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Spratt “have
returned from a five month*’ tnp to
the orient and Europe. They will
move Into their new home on the
East Grand-blvd., in the late summer.
The Glenn-On club will give a river
party, Tuesday, July 9, in honor of
C. W. Fisher, president of the club-
The guests will go to St. Clair Flat*
for dinner.
Ladies of the”"c?rand Army of the
Republic will give a reception In G.
A. R. hall, Monday evening, In honor
of the department president of Michi
gan, Mrs. Nellie Comerford.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fox, No. 84
Prentls-ave., left, Friday, for a visit
in Vancouver, B. C.
—<S) —
Miss Grace Redmond, of Dansville,
N. Y., Is the guest of Mrs. A. C. Sul
llvan, No. 581 Cameron-ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford and son.
No. 66 Edison-ave., will leave July 13,
for a motor trip In Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hickey and
; Mrs. N. H. Harris left, Saturday, for
: Georgian Bay and Mackinac.
Miss Florence Parkin and Miss
Bernice Annis gave a graduating
piano recital, Tuesday evening, In the
studio of their teacher, Mrs. Marie
Tho July Issue of the Studio, just
off the press,, will prove an invaluable
number to all members of the Michi
gan Music Teachers’ association, con
taining. as it does, a complete report
of the annual convention of the associ
ation. held in Iletrolt, a week ago. The
excellent convention papers of Mrs.
Eleanor Hazard Peocock on "The sing
ing teacher as a faddist,” and of
Francis A. Mayhew on "Are method*
essential to good piano teaching?”
are printed in full. The current issue
has a number of attractive composi
tions. including n dainty valse d'amore
by Editor Sidney N. entitled
"Christine.” The music Is well-print
ed. The July number also contains
a complete program of the official
“doln’s” for Cadlllaqua week, July
So great has been the demand for
the charming song, "If Love Were Al
ways Laughter,” composed by Mar
shall Pease, of Detroit, that the pub
lisher. Sidney N. ha* got
ten out another edition. The same
success has come to the sacred song.
~jTTttgP Mp, O find.” -by Miss Bernice
C. Forsythe, and Mr. Lagatree has
had many complimentary critical and
press reviews of the high character
of the music published by him, and
the clearness of the type and good
quality of the paper used in all bis
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. O’Neill, No. 711
Howard st., announce the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Gertrude M.
O’Neill, to Dr. 8. P. L’Esperance,
which took place, Saturday, June 22.
We are Just out of presidential
* ' . _,
but have a big stock of every also lon* Joiata, etc. nn e are
also Just now selling large quantities of
S. * B. Wall Board
Used instead of lath and plaster, for panelling dens, summer cottages,
offices, etc. It Is cheap, handsome, durable and can be put on cheaply
and quickly. ,
Vinewood Ava. and Boulevard. Ruaaeli Street and Boulevard.
If you wish to purchase floor Bhow Cases that sell at a moderate price,
ask for supplement to Catalog C. It contains cas**s from $4.00 per foot
Phont W««t 14J. J 47A-490 FORT ST. WEST.
1 he Candidates Who Put Forth Every Effort During the Remain
der of the Campaign, is the Answer
Is an Elegant Touring Car Worth This Effort—Think it Over and
Then Act
This great campaign is now closing ]
Its sixth week, just two more remain, j
Every candidate who would enjoy an
elegant Oakland Touring car or any
one of the valuable prizes offered
should now avail herself of this excep- ]
tioual opportunity.
Remember, should you not appre
elate the ownership of an automobile
it Is your privilege to sell It. Conse
quently go after the Oakland automo
bile to be awarded to the caudidate
having the greatest number of votes
regardless of districts.
Many subscriptions ale now coining
Into The Times office with Instruc
tion* to ballot votes Immediately. Thl*
is done where directed and many
startling changes are to be expected,
dally, in the standings of the various
You can only do your best, but when
automobiles are involved, you should
i be sure that you are doing your best.
An elegant Oakland or any of the
other prizes offered are surely worth
DISTRICT NO. 4 Includes all territory
Inside Wards 1,3 and 5, also Ham
tramck suburb.
Fannie Unrdaer, 2*B High east.. 24,150
Florence Nesbitt, 45 High K.... 31,5*5
Helen Flyuu, 51* Montcalm 1C... 25.025
i'lnru Freila, 692 llastlna* 50,715
Mabel McLaue, 2564 Woodward 23,023
Ague* Oram. 247 Hancock-av. K. 30,203
Mr*. V T. Hater, 18 Mnnsur-pl. 57.«10
Minnie Danoin, 41 K. Euclid... 31,385
Katberlae Hitchcock, 49 Joseph-
Ine-ave 24,425
Florence Hopkins, 32 Warren*
ave. K 22,113
Klkle Homier, 271 Warren W... 23,805
Mkrguret Thompson, 2IS Palmer 21.023
Mis* lliirjicr, 200 Hurton-ave.. .. 48,825
MUk O'Leary, 31 Ilendrle-ave,. . 20.023
Minnie Iteneon, 303 Frederick.. 77,27*1
Amelia Paul, 145 Adaina-ave. E. 00,010
8)11 In Allen. 01* Eliot ... 20.183
Delia Weber, 321 ('osgrru E... . 31,205
Jessie Harvey. 51 Wlnrter-et 31.003
Christy Brown, 1130 Woodward 24,44*5
Amanda Dernberger, 370 (link.. 24,183
Josephine Connor, care Gray ft
Worcester 20,285
Mr*. JoMepb llrUmnn, 030 Brash 73,040
Mr*. 11. P. Watt, 80 Garfield 03,000
Clara M. Hofmann, 13 Lcechaer
llnmtramck 35,000
Mr*. Puul Marin, 80 Mt. Vernon 31,735
Carrie DavUon, 110 High K.... 50,035
Mrs. John McYlrar, 30 Aleian
drlne E 80,010
Jessie Hill, 7S Piquette-ave 30,080
DISTRICT NO. b Include* all territory
Inside Ward* 7, 9 and 11, also SL
Clair* Heights suburb.
Clara Dlemer, 040 I.araed E... 27,205
l.lllian Brown, 443 Maple 20,185
Mrs. llurr, 12.H7 Theodore 21,025
Mrs. G. Billinas. 052 Monroe 35,873
Mrs. Ella O'Neill. 505 Fort K... 21.540
Eva Adams, 321 Mullett 20,31*0
Belle Mclntosh, 301 Cbuniplaln. . 33,400
Josephine Mchllllnit, 303 Fort E. 20,803
Emily Mueller, 580 Ckeae 32,404*
Mrs. Conrad Kern, 170 Sherman 20,235
Elisabeth McCabe, 318 St. Aubln 01,005
Minnie L. l.efebvre, 144 Orleans 21.320
Catherine Klein. 103 Jua. < am pa u 25,883
Julia Hchlltt, 1020 .MeDOupull. . 24.303
Fannie llamlln, 407 Mnoomb... 23,083
Anna McNeil, 432 Mullett 34,275
Winifred Gunnlna, 80 Farnsworth 20.185
Anna Clarke, 737 Klrby-ave.... 20,023
Mr*. Edna liogrri, 200 Klopelle., 23,773
Eva Hursh, 305 SI. Auhln-ave.. 43,133
Sarah McLaren. 200 W aterloo-at. 45.005
Marie Carey, 20 Clevelnnd-st.. . 43,.*13
DISTRICT NO. 6 Includss all tsrrltory
Inside Wards 13, 15 and 17, also
Grosse Polnto euburb.
Louise Laureacelle, 1270 Crana
Henrietta Eddy, 1201 McClellaa
Dorothy liucharmr, 512 Lemay
ave «a.*oO
Lillian Fehr, 007 Van Dyke ... 45,125
Alice Fectean, 203 I.llllbrldse
ave .7
Katherine Condo, 1224 Gratiot.
nee. 74,283
Mabel Fraser, 104 Fleld-ave 28,033
Mrs. Dr. Ilarrlaon. 240 Moran.. 24,705
Mrs. Earl Rice, 275 Belvldere.. 00,865
Aurdry Gates. 288 Parker...... 21.1*3;
Mercy Hayes, 2204 Jefferson... 31,006
Mrs. A. Graus* 038 Sherldaa-are. 30,025
Mr*. C. A. Boucher, 1300 Mt. Kl
llot-ave 21,343
Mies M. Hartley, 243 Harvey-ave. 23,183
Rose Cloutier, 213 Rt. Jrnn-ave. 21.703
Anna Peter*, 716 Champlain.... 28,363
Mrs. L Klelaner, 1100 Van Dyke 74.310
Ida Hagen. 1504 Grntlot-nve.. .. 47.843
Mary Derry, 180 Meldrum-ave.. 31,283
Elisabeth Love, 873 Pennsylvania 33,003
Mr*. N. Ilnntley, 430 Vi Baldwin 20,510
Mrs. G. 11. Mrrlber. 1112 Kl
llott-ave TT.... *4,183
Mr*. J. Brookes, 680 MeDongall 70,010
Mr*. Florence Ronlo, 846 M*-
Dou*all 34,885
Mrs. Hannah Crosby, 183 Kaater 58,1*03
Gladys Dandell, 357 Helen 77,340
Olitn Finch be In, 708 Parker-av*. 21,310
.Mur* a ret E. Warren, 1037 Gratiot 81,446
Mrs. 11. A. Brhwager, 007 Baldwin 22,155
Viola Rulmonl, 364 Parkview E. 60,825
Mrs. J. B. Avery, 006 Plquett* E. 85.585
E-- Netting. 332 Pennsyl
vanls-ave 46.743
Ftliel Meek. Grosse Polnte Farms 61,345
Mrs. A. Webber. 2400 Jefferson E. 31,71*5
Mary ItnndnlL 167 Lllllbrldgce.. 28,183
Mra. Gloeckler, 860 Bohns-ave... 38,403
Mrs. John Krhnmnker, 1140
Thompson 20,023
Mra. 1.. A. Ferrler, Pontlao 43.323
Irene Place, Durand 66.150
ltutb Barrett. Walled l.ake 23,883
Mrs. Win. Hoyt, Walled Laka.. 3H.WH3
Mrs. Adam Perr), Orion 82,903
lllnnche Heath. Hlrnlngham ... 4,,10..
When 9rhla«i'k, lllruiiuuliaui. . , 72,370 1
Jennie I nrlo, Ho>nl Oak.. HT^MI
Tana? lU»ru. \u»| vr , s*.h.m*
Helra tiouily, Fowlervllle 37,020
Resale Krill', I’um Irrvlllr M.3U.V
•Mr*. Henry Sinclair. Royal aOk 20.4*5
Mr*. M. 11. I.lilt'll, Milford 33,3415 |
Ktlaa MnrO.all, South Lyon . ... 41.74*3
Florence Hullawny, luulli Lyon 33,7*3
< orn *wret, >uuih l.yon 51,573
Gladys Pll4irraou. \rwarlL 32,0u3
K*tkrr Wehote*, OiroorT.. .. . . 30,030
Marloa Predmore, Clyde 27,03.'
Mr*. Hoy Frost, Goodlaoa 31,200
Mr*. Fred llooae, UntUburg .... 02,110
.lr«*lra McKruale, Anrteraon vtlle *4.01*3
Mr*. John Nalrlu. Ortoavlllr. .. 80.4mA
Mr*. If. H. I.nnr, Ortoavlllr .. . 54.K00
l.ydla Mill*, < larkaton 2s,)n>3
Mr*. Leonard Larkey, l Hluu*lMir K 10,313
I Grace Trlfrr, Hradrr*on OU.fsO
Mr*. Ntllle Miller, lluraad 87.51*5
1 Mr*. L. C- Faskrt, Howell 32,7413
I Maud firry, New l.ofhrop :io,«O0
Mra. J. Hopkins. U lion 20.003
Mildred Roha. Brighton 30.04*5
Mr*. K. O’Dell, Brighton 20,773
Martelle Atherton, Holly 3N.0H0
llertha PNrmalee, Walled Lake.. 34.74*5
lue* Dickerson, W alled Lake... M.IINB
Mr*, f, llrlatol, Fowlervllle. .. . 34,7*3
Carrie Halromh, Powlervllle 30,003
Rthel McCarthy, riackney 52,725
Ho*e Jeffeya, Pinckney 80,755
La lira Hoff, Pinckney 84,443
Lit* Mm Id ley, ltallroiid-*t.» Pon
Mr*. J. I’ll Inter, Whon.. 441.153
Mr*. T. Chopin, Orion 20,210
Mr*. Lulu Middleton, Orion. 30,403
Vera I)a**ett. Pontiac 35,44*3
fiertrude Mitchell. Pontiac 41.8413
Mr*. S. Curdy, Chll»on 43,743
Mr*. J. Appleton, Chllaon 30.4133
Violetta McCiiteheon. 203 Nor
ton-* Vs„ Pontiac 57.K55
Phylll* Stephen*. Holly 43,820
Mr*. L. \V. Sutherland, Oxford.. 75.010
Shirley nilth, Holly 77,530
Mr*. L. 11. tevea*. I.nlnKshurg . 417.51*0
Mr*. A Kite*. Kln*ey, lleadcraoa. 80',IM0
Mr*. Kiln Cheney, Headerma..,. H 1,253
Rdaa Minttuck, Rlrmlngham. .. 241,140
Ruth Jacob*, Orchard Lake-eve.,
Pontiac 50,375
Ruth Leverett. Pontiac 20.055
Mabel Stile*, Linden 20,04*3
Lucinda Wilder, North Branch.. 58,700
Ada Pmtt, Litchfield st»,**3
Ida Itobln*on, Lltchllcld 01,1*4141
Margaret Saelliug, Inlay City.. 8:1,013
31 r*. Roy Carl, New Haven 20.9413
Mr*. Scott *teven*oa, Memphis.. 34,615
l»*l*y Alpiu. Mem phi* 25,703
ll«*cl Ferguson. Charlotte 31,6*5
Mr*. Albert Sharpe, Dura*lde. . 30,505
Mr*. A. H. Wilcox, Brown City. 20,003
l.dna fiarllnnhou*e. North Adaaxa 74,105
Llxxle Hart*, New Baltimore.. 31,845
Mr*. Ruth Bradley, New Baltt
, 80,7*0
vlvian Starr, Pltt«ford 27,005
Mr*, l/oul* Allen. Klxga Mill* . . 50,120
Mr*. Libby Itndcllff, Kins* Mill* 30,723
Nellie Stoner, Oaaeo 20,435
Adam*, Montgomery 41,705
Minnie Vaa Slckland. Kingston. 20.323
4 Inra Keillor, Clifford 63,410
lleher Plnher, Dr > den 34,705
Mr*. J. \\ hit heck. Dryden 31,843
lay Jobn*ton, I.lnden 32,9*5
Mr*. Frank Hnrflelt. Dryden... 37,04*4*
Mr*. C. E. Cline, Dryden 34,64*3
I erne *ecter, Washington 28.070
Mildred Klrhy, Clifford 42,010
Myrn Kinney, Frontier 27,04*3
Mr*. A. Shaft, Shnftshurg 32,423
Hll<ia Rahn. I.enox 29,4143
Dr. Nellie Kilt*, Mt. Clemen*.... 32,503
Charlotte Muir, Algonnc 32,440
Llxxle Folk*, Armada 341.290
llaxel Donalilnon. Swart* Creek 33,0115
Mr*. J. W. Frltch, Deckervllle. . 70.550
Mr*, s. Roney, l.um 20.305
Mr*. M. 11. Smith, Romeo 31,235
Mr*. R. lloNmer, Romeo 25.0415
Mr*. J. Traak, Jr., Romeo 41.373
M r*. T. Proctor, Romeo 4U.SO4* [
Jrnle Cook, Len*x 20,703 !
Dolly Brewster, Lenox 87.54)3
Mra. H. Schnoor, N. Baltimore. 20,188*
ravff DREAM
erf a
to a very high-class and prosperous line of home builders. The highest priced lots are all sold.
MANY CHOICE SELECTIONS YET ARE TO BE HAI) in the medium-priced building lots.
The Suburban Motor Car Cos.
will begin construction of its plant this coming week.
Many fine store buildings and homos are being planned. We can offer you suggestions on
some beautiful, economical, Bungalos.
Our salesmen on the grounds speak several different languages. The majority of the
purchasers are Americans and Germans.
Don't Nogloot Your Opportunity
Suburban City Cos.
6th Floor, Whitney Bldg., Detroit.
Take Wyandotte & Trenton trolley to Suburban City; get off at Mill St.
Mva. E. Haller, Washlagtea, Mt.
Clemen* 311,485
Mr*. W. Lyons, Oat l* villa. , 28J135
v r ** K l M *'fca**ay, Davidson.... 47.14*5
Vera Thompson, Moscow |3Jv3
Denison, Rial* JSJM3
Kdlth Warner, Elate 3TJMIS
Why Not Lessen House Work?
If You Finish Your Walls and Callings
Permanent, Sanitary, Flat, Washable Finish
,3a v 9
Be Sure You Get the Perfect Finish
The Klad with the
Seal and Ribbon on the Label
Every Dealer Can Sapply Yen.
MANUFACTURED and guaranteed bt
, Laser Bros, now oe
jyL -JfY cupy both of the stores
• shown in this picture.
I McWilliams & Moore
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Galvanized Iron Metal Shingles
Why not protect youselve* against flra by uatnff a GALTAVIZED IRON
METAL SHINGLE! Thlx Shingle last* for forty yeara and requires no paint*
lrm and la much cheaper than a wood xhlngle, which la a regular fire trap.
Material and Workmanship Gnaranteed.
METAL SHINGLE C 0 316 Jefferson Ave. West
_____ PHONE MAIN 4307.
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