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HUSBAND’S PARENTS Mr». Lena M. Foot* ('bum* They Poiaened Mind of Spou*e Against Her That a young marrlou couple should lira apart from the parents of either bride or fTOom, waa the opinion or a largo number of prospective Jurors In. Judge Hoamer'a couit. Wednesday morning, when efforts were made to yet a jury In the case of Imjus M. Foia vs. her paronts-ln-Uw, William and Prances Foss, whom she charges with alienating the affections of her husband, Charles A. Foes, and from whom she sfeeks 920,000 damages. Several members of the panel said they thought a young married epuple 'ould get along much belter by them* »elves; in other words, that “no louse had ever been built for two amillM.” The juror* bottling thc*e dews were Immediately excused, for -he plaintiff and her husband lived vtth the defendants after their mar* lags. Mrs. Fbss, the plaintiff, apparently About 96 years old, sets forth in her leclaratlon that she was a resident or 2hersea, Mich., when she married '\>ss In June, 1909; that they went to lve with his father and step-mother, he defendants, on their farm, near lotnulus, Immediately after the wed lug; that they lived happily until De ember. 1909? that after that the step mother and father began poisoning he mind of Charles, plaintiff’s Uus and, against her, by telling him false torlex about her. Mrs. Foss also charges that fault ras fouud with fxor because she didn't all the defendants ••mother’’ aud father.’* A Jury was secured for the case hortly before noou. Wednesday, and tie testimony began. MARINE Steamer Crewe te Dlae. The crews of the I>. a C*. steamers, ettoit 11. end City of St. Ignace. the nly vessels of the company now in inunlsslon. will have u sumptuous hanksglvlng dinner on their ships, hursdey. following a custom of some L-urs’ standing. <’apt. A. J. McKay, of le City of St. lgnare. will bo toast uster at the spread on his host. There to be a toast list and entertainment ; each banquet. For both, the menu ill boas follows: Blue points on half tell, celery, salted nuts, olives, grape lice punch, mock turtle, fish patties, »a*t young turkey with dressing. Iblet sauce, cranberry Jelly, baked wet potatoes, roast prime beef, au is, mashed potatoes, creamed mush mins, sweet elder. shrimp salad, uese. crackers, plum pudding. King illlam sauce, ice cream, assorted ke, cheese crackers, coffee, cigars. VBH9KL PAHHAOBN. Detroit. DETROIT, Nov. 27—Up: Mohawk, ji *d<ty noon; Byers. I p. n».; Buffalo, lo; Seneca. 7; Durston. 7; 16 Up Marubct. 10:15 p. m Tuesday; yds. 11- Itenown. *. in.; Flower. 30; Adriatic, 7:29: Zimmerman. I: isboygan. 10. Down: Ireland. 11:30 a. m. Tuesday: nks, 11:50 p. in.; Stanton, 1:50; R. S. arner. A. D. Warrlner. 1:20: W. I*. pown. 1:26; Delaware. 2: Tlonest*. GO; Bennington. 1:66; Butler. 3; M r.Oregof. Teutonia. 1:10; Calcite, 4; ente. Exile, 4:45: Susquehanna. r. Bangor. II p. m. Tuesdny; Saranac. midnight; M* achani. Hemlock. Ai na, 11:30 a. m: Umbria. LL’O; Jlc- Ifney. 2:40: lone*. 6; Seguln. IV K inna, 8:10, Susquehanna tcleared). tilth Thompson, 4:30: Amasonan and ,rge, 6 46; Rend, Hcbuck. TANARUS; M. A. inna. Snyder. Jr. 7:30; Kotcher tar red), 1:16; U. Russel llubbard. 8:30; iklist os, 10; Hope, 10:30; Nevada, :49; Nevada. 10:40; French. 11. The 9«*o. SAULT STE MARIK, gl.-h., Nov. 27. Up: Fisher. 12:30 p. in Tuesday; Blck dlke. Atlkokun. 3; furry, 4; 11a mle, 9. Neepawuh. * last night. Block. !»; luinet, 1:30 r. ni.; Andrew Upson, 10: Harvey Brown. Hartnell. 4:30; nator. 6 Down: Gramnirr, 12:20 p. m. Tu*«s --y; Pendennls Whits. Paris. Maytham. JO; Norton. 2; Onoko. John F. Eddy, hen*, 3: William Livingstone,’ 3:30; ihegan. 4:30. litchoonmaker. 2:30 last night; New rg. 13:30 am.; J. E. Upaon, 7; alnwrlffhO XeWona. 7:30: Walter ranton: 8: Dunn. 8:30; .Marigold. :30 > * ) PROSECUTE OWNER OF ROOMING HOUSE Assistant Prosecutor Harry Keidau invoking the aid of a law enaettd 1907, in the hope of checking the ictice of rooming house proprietors allowing -young girls, accompanied men, to visit their piacea. The act. dor which he Is proceeding, pro es that any persons who eon lutes Iq the delinquency of a enlle la 'guilty* of a misdemeanor I liable to a prison sentence. Hr. Keidan will make his test casA Henry Stipe, proprietor of a room ; house at No. 63 Larfetd-tL east 1 bis cldrk, John CSrady, both of om have been arrested, following t capture of William Buckley. 23. No. 362 Pennsylvania ave., and Illam I-a Valley, 23, of No. 1170 wnseud-ave. w ith two young girl*, ) 16 and the other 17. in Stipe's ce, Sunday nigh/. The case of Stipe and Orsdy la to heard next Wednesday, Dec. 4. Sue* Father-In-Law Again, dr*. Uaaanovu Walter, w9io recently elved a verdict of $1,600 against • father-iu-law, William Walter, an«k i Wife; on the charge of alienating r husband’s affections, Is now suing ► father-in-law for 125,000, claiming it he caused the death of her un *n b«b.v. She says that her father law came to her home and started take away the furniture, causing r to go Into hysterica and become New Dlvoroe Suit. 'few divorce suit: . Rose vs. Rob- Rchubert; charge, drunkenness. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CASTOR I A EYEN-TEAR-OLD GIVES LIFE ON TRACK TO RESCUE DOLL! LOUTH NORWALK, Conn.—After 1* croaaln* a railroad truck. Mari tgarald, seven years, turned beck get tbe doll the bed dropped. Rlh< i struck by a train and fatally in •d. IUERO, Teams—More than 20.000 ‘k era trotted through the streets CANVASSING BOARDS ANNOUNCE RESULTS Marx's Official Plurality is 11,- 474; Koch Led G. O. P. City Ticket County and city canvassing boards have announced partial results of the election. Mayor-elect Marx's official plurality is 11,474. City Treasurer Koch led the ticket with 43,912 votes, his plurality over John C. Nagel being 22,744. Following are the official Te suits: N Mayor—Marx, Republican, 89,397; Thompson, Democrat, 27.923; Earle, Progressive, 8,92?. City Clerk—Lindsay,, Republican. 32,166; Hsuderson. Democrat, 18,099; Nichols, Progressive, 19,881. City# Treasurer—Koch, Republican, 42,312; .Nagel. Democrat, 19.8C7; Aid rich, Progressive, 8,1 i7. Justices of the Pears—-Command, Republican. 28,935; Richter, Republi can, 35,349; Duffy. Democrat, 20,021; Ixvve, Democrat, 30,198; hooper, Pro gressive, 8,980; Austin Progressive, -Mtfc Justices to fill vacancy—Jones, Re publican, 1,603; Duffy. Democrat, 681; Hooper, Progresaive, 229. Estimators at-large—Republican; Mc- Omw, 34.079; Robinson, 34,026; Can dler. 32.984; Bolton. 32.663; Muir, 32,- 666; Democratic; MUler. 21,247; Kirschner. 20.600, Merrell. 20,623; Gebhard, 20,163; Davis, 20,069; .Pro gressive; Armstrong. 9,439; Riag, »,* 195; Miller, 9,160; Kirby, 9,093; Long. 9,078. Charter revision—Yes. 29.274; no 3,867. Oreenfleld annexation—Yes, 27,706; no, 3.770. Governor—Musselman, Republican 28,452; Ferris, Democrat, 33,284; Wat kins, Progressive. 23.720. TJeutenaqt-governor—Ross, Republi can, 30,667; Helme, Democrat, 26,113; Gordon, Progressive, 27,151. s Secretary of State—Martlndale, Re publican, 33.129; Balch, Democrat, 23,- 899; Batdorff, Progressive. 26,662. Treasure r —Hamer, Republican, 31.267; Robson, Democrat, 24,534; Holmes, Progressive, 17,644. Congressmen Second district: Wedemeyer, Republican, 3.472: Beakes, Democrat. 1,827: Probert. Pro gressive, 1,970. Sixth district: Smith. Republican, 7,013; Cummins, Demo crat, 4,665; Kellogg. Progressive, 6,- 079. Seventh district: Cramton, Re publican, 1.284; Bell, Democrat. L -223; Sherman, Progressive, 1,641. Senator—First district: Nelson. Re publican. 8,201; Lee, Democrat, 7,041; Glttins, Progressive, 8,594. Fourth district.: Ogg, Republican. 6,861: Thompson. Democrat, 4,797; Sehooley, Progressive, 5,365. Representative—Second district: Gelmei, Republican, 2,132; Murphy, Democrat, 1.926; Freeman. Progres sive, 2.696. Third district: Oatta Re publican, 963; Oowning. Democrat. 1* 038; Jicknon, f‘l'Ogressive, 984. Fourth district: Polk, Republican, 1.428: Burke Demonst, 1,628; Adams, Pro gressive. 897. PLANNED TO VOTE MORE CASH FOR LIBRARY SITE (CoullbucH fr«m Pave One) by John M. Donaflfaon. architect, for the completed building. The plan Is to be worked out systematically, ad ditions being made to the main audl tdrlum as future appropriations be come available, it was abated by a city official who Is in close touch with the project, Wednesday, vtbat the butiding proposed by the trustees will eventually cost $ 1.500.000. He also stated that large private donations are expected from Detroit’s public spirited cJUaens, providing for mem orial wings lo ihe main building. Contracts will oc let and ground will be broken for tne buildings early next spring. On the west side of Woodward-ave., the library eommlsEicn has purchased frontage lrom Klrby-nve. to Frederick st. On Kirby-ave., the land owned by the commission extends as far back as Cass-ave. The plans for the art center require that the library be built directly opposite the Art Mu seum and It Is to acquire the neces sary. land that the board of estimates will be asked to allow a bond Issue for f 110.000. It Is proposed to buy the land owned by Clarence A. Black, and said to be worth $40,000 and thp laud owned by William V. Moore, member of the Arc cqrnmission, and estimated to be worth $76,000. Even tually the city may seek to Buy the remaining frontage on Woodward ave., at the cottier of Woodward aud Putuam-aves. The corner Is owned by William H. Murphy. The sum of $750,000 Is available to the library commission as a donation from Andrew Carnegie. It is pro lK>sed to use $400,000 of this for tho main library on Woodward-ave., and the balance Is to be spent in br.V;:a libraries In other sections of the city. The plans for the main library have been completed and contracts will be let so that work will be started In the spring. The comprehensive scheme for tho art center call* for converting all tho laud around the buildings Into a park Two roadways will diverge from Woodward-ave.. and form a circle, with Its widest parts directly In Troitl of the library and art museum. It Is understood that the Gen. Al pheua Williams Memorial association is planning to erect the monument to Gen. Williams in the park, and It has also been suggested that the proposed memorial to the late Oen. Russell A Alger also be erected In this park. Talks On Fire Waste. Richard Lieber, of Indianapolis, president of tho Merchants A Manu facturers' Insurance bureau, of Indi aua, spoke before the directors of the Detroit Board of Commerce, Tuesday evening, in the Fe'lowcraft club, on the Are waste and methods of pre venting It. He stilted that a half ml'- lion dolalrs In Insurance premium! could be. savad In any large city an nually by the enforcement of promo tions against lira. to, the music of ft military band. Gov ernor O. B. Colquitt beaded the an bull parade or the gobbler*. NEW YORK—Four men, locked by mistake in the Jury room of tbe su preme court, tried to attract the at tention of three women and were scorned as mashers. A newsboy came to their rescue. J" , » - W,l ~ Vs 1 . ’wrr '.■ T | f ' f i > e W , * ; • i j ‘ * T f THE DETROIT TIMES: WEDNESDAY.'NOVEMBER 2T. l*lf. JEWELRY THIEVES ' MAKE RICH HAUL » i ■■ ■■■ ■ mam \ » Carry Off $2,500 Worth of Loot From C. F. York*n Residence The handsome residence of Chaun cay F. York, at No. 63 Palmer ave. east, was plundered of more lhau $2,600 worth of diamonds, rings, and other Jewelry, Sunday afterupon, and a series of odd clrcumjtances made the job exceedingly uaa> for the burglars, and gave ' them more than 48 houre start on the police. Included in the plunder was one solilaire dia mond, valued at SSOO, one ring with three diamonds of three carats each, valued at S9OO, ai.d many other single pieces of jewelry. Mrs. York and every member **f her household left Hue house at 2 o’clock. Sunday afUrnoou, for an automobile trip to Belle Isle. They were absent less than two hours, and so neat was tho work of the burglar*, that it was another two hours before evidences of their visit were tyi^hd. Then Mrs. York missed several small pieces of Jewelry from her room, which she found In perfect or der. Drawing out a dresser drawer Where she had deposited her Jewelry last Wednesday, she received a ter rible shock at the discovery that the drawer had been emptied of its valu able contents, aud then carefully closed. Further investigation showed that the back aud side doors of the resi dence, the latter opening on John R.- st., were unlocked, the burglare hav ing used the John R.-es. door, which has a bolt on the Inside, as a means of exit. Mrs. York le positive that theWck door was locked when they left the house, as her son locked the door, and she afterward tried It. Tbeu she remembered that a man had been walking up and down near the house, and auoareDtiy “sizing up” the place, a half hour before the members of the family went for tVelr auto ride. In Mr. York's room, confusion reigned, the burglars having turned everything topsy-turvy, as though In revenge for having obtained not a nlncle bit of plunder in the room. Meanwhile, Mr. Y'ork was in north ern Michigan, ai the bedside of his aged mother, who is ill. He left here on Friday, and returned Monday night, tired out and greatly worried over his mother's condition. No men tion of the robbery was made to him at that time, though his wire was also ill from the shock of the affair. He was not told of the burglary un til Tuesday noon, when he Immediate ly took an Inventory of the stolen Jew els, and sent his son to report the matter to the police, Tuesday night. • Mrs. Y’ork returned from her suif* mer home on Tuesday. Nov. 19, and her trunks, which contained the Jew elry, did not arrive mitil the following day. Instead of depositing them In some safe place, sho emptied the con tents of the trunks into the dresser drawer, where the burglars had no trouble In finding them. The sequence of circumstances that made the Job so easy and so success ful, makes it appear that the burglar? was not a sudden inspiration but a carefully planned “Job/' Mr. Y’ork Is proprietor of the Mi lena company, manufacturers of drug specialties, at No. 1209 Seeond-ave MARRIAGES Arthur Snay. 17, Detroit; Katherine McOtllls, it. Grcenbush. Nicholas Strassner, 26, Ecorse; Elen ore Loralne. 22, Ecoree. Lee R. Pence, 23; Anna Schroeder, 20. George J. Newcomb. 30, Detroit; L*i -1 lean Plotter, 27, Kalaniaaoo. » Charles Williams. 36; Mary M. Lem on, 2*. James L. Edwards, 26; Elisabeth A McNeil. 26. Tbomaa Fox, 3*. Elk township; Ver onica Peters, 26, Detroit. Albert J. Sager, 21; Florence Axteil, 16. Edward Haley, 36; Budget Klnechul «r. 36. William Schintmel. 21; Emma Helser, Jli- Leo Sheeron, 24; Lucy Hope Frink. ' August Krey. *7; Augusta Felske, *O. James M. Lane, 30; Gerdle Robinson, 21. Geotgr- A. Gift. 26; Haxel E. Falk, 22. llussell L Kline, 29; Myrtle B. West cott, 21. Henry Wellfonder, Jr.. 22; Clara La mlnske, 22. Frederick A. Ryder, 51; Katherine Hatpin. 34. Henry Zink. 26; Clara Heiman. 22. Frederick Diesing. 46; Clara Krleger, 34. Charles O. Carlson. 36. Chicago. III.; EITa 1. Seaton. 33, Detroit. Archie Briggs, 23; Barbers Dorr, 13. John W. Jones, 26; Margaret Kan nedv, 26. A William Hi Vafble 10. Toledo, O ; Laura M Beetling. 31, same. Florlan Yoroch. 26; Clare M. Mrysa. 26. Charles Kerreee. 81; Elva McCurdy IS> Oustav Schaefer/ 36: Minnie Work man, 26. Arthur Belpash, 24; 1-ydla Schlppert, Delbert Action. 25: Dorothy Atto 26 John Petere, 26; Minnie Lyons. IS. James R»>bei tson. 66. Windsor; Lil lian Kaye. *6. Mason City. lowa Harry L. Meyer. 24; Catherine Loch b er. 21. Qrover Place. 23. Canton; Anna M. WilsonK, 19. Elm. Mich. John L. Parpp. 21; Mario Dock ter. 13 Chartm Meyerw, 7.2. Toledo, ty.; tteterr A. Pltaen, 19. same. Morris A. Arotskv. 24; Mirian Rrasch. Chester Bleminan. 27: Emma Scheele, 21. ' Russel A. WaYner. 2*. Schenectady. N. Y.; Carrie Baker. 24. Detroit. Ernest Austerburg. 21; Ella Qlnther, 22. Fred Price. 21. Port Huron. George A. Ballard. 82; Mable Mid winter. 22. Charles P. Hardin. 34; Ellen Wheel er. 36. William Hughes. 21; Margaret Thom as, 11. Louie Smilansky. 26; Dcra Levey. 21. - Alexander G Maynard. 22; Augusta Fethke, 21. Chester McLaughlin. 22; Enxa Mil lard. 11. Clerman W’lar, 1 7; Margaret Stefier, 86 Richard Demenkeneere, 39; Victoria Timmerman, 26. Julius Vorpoort.. 46; Rachel Dejonck kere, 26. ALBANY. N. Y.—The state hospital commission reports that New York sired over a million dollars In a y ear by deporting 3.99 b defective persons NEW YORK-Morris Schiller, £1 years old. has been engaged to do detective work for the city at a salary of 26 cents per day. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J—Just after Classified T Cent Rates J_a Word Cash with order. ii charged. Ts a Mnc. No transient advertisement inserted lor loom than 16c with cash; Ho if charged per insertion. The above rates apply to all classi fications except Births. Cards of Thanks. Obituaries. Moating NotlcuS and all ajis prsct-Uiua Mels Help. Births, Deaths. Caros of Thanks and Meeting Notices—Minimum charge. 15c for It words or less. Over SI words one and one-third cents for each extra word. Personals—Minimum charge. !6e; *os f»*r line. (Counts six words to ths Ins). BIRTHS CttKLM. C. DeKam. 661 Krskine; M Bingay. I.F KTlghteetith; C. Granger, 690 Kan; H. McVeigh. B*l Junction: U. Uabie, Providence hospital; B. Hubert*, 686 Kitnhurst; H. Birger, *9 Moran; J. Koonts. 11l McKlnstry; 11 unborn, 6*l Parker; R. gtockdsle, 2*9 Glover: F. Itutsel. 379 Defer; R. Weaver. Grace UOMpUul; H Somerman, Grace hoepltal; T Kvaria, Grace hospital; L>. Duggan. >l7O Engle; A. Pll*sa» <OO LivernoTs; J. Gaslor, 11* Hammond; S. Wajda, 10d3 Military; F. Bodor, 180 Norton; O. H«<s sel, 13 Biddle: A. Korasek. 106 Will iams; J. Ulrhauski, House of Provi dence; T. Adninislk. I* Thirly-eeoond, D. Vetroni, 161 Ht. Joseph; J. Koerbsr, 1689 Uom-ord: M. Waaynieo, Ml 81. Au bin. BOYS A. Mltkoskl, 931 Chens; G. Chandler, 63 Sixteenth: K. IMckard. 193 Brsublen; P\ Burghardt. 6*l Ahtoine; O. Miller, 2*l Crawford; M. Droutlard, 106 Caha lan; V. Powers. 676 Putnam: -J. Mar riart, 110 Newton; L. Kwlatknwskl, 91 Newton; O. Garbach, 81 Preston: P Loach, 698 Heyburn; F Lainblln. 304 Monroe; W. Gage. 1191 Orand-blvd.: N Javnoaugh. 216 Palllster: K. Rubak. 28f Garfield; H. Brown, 193 Eighteenth; A. Wilson, 666 Artillery; L. Meldrum. 1500 Holcomb: M. Harris. *36 Besuhten; J. Ptjanowskl, 101 Hammond; A. Kkrsy pek. 176 Norton; O. Cxlecke, 908 Mel drum; E. Folkenan. 624 Hendrie; E. Gil. its. *73 Brslnsrd: A. Buettmer. 163 Wreford; B. Smith. House of Provi dence: M. Iwankowitx. 40 Boone; J. Ortr.weln, 52* Parker: N. Hollander. *3f. Antletam; M. Werngardan. 2*o Ade laide; J. O. Hourke. 36 Wing. !>EATHB William Ferrington. 810 Brush, 56 years, myocarditis; Paul Paoxkowskf. Herman Kiefer hospital. 30 years acar let fever; Mary Martin, 679 Holcomb, <6 years, mitral Insufficiency; Nina Au reneteln, 225 Krskine. 67 years, chronic nephritis; Anthony Raby, 604 Warren. 71 years, chronic abscesses: Pamella McPherson. 601 Hudson, 91 years, aen ectus; Theresa Smakulskl. 5.10 Willie 2 years, broncho pneumonia; Jacob Henkel, 610 Sheridan. 70 years, mitral heart disease; Marla Gerber. 97 Pe louse. 79 years, senectus; Virginia Wa goe, Harper hospital. 6* years, scspttc meningitis; Rosetta Busley, 362 Con gress. II years, pulmonary tuberculo sis; Silvan Weln*. Grace hospital. • (ears, hit by auto; Joseph Osebold. 1*66 orest, 76 years, senility: Anna Belsyt, 931 Medbury. 2* ysar*. septic endocar ditis; Lawrcne# Wsldemann. 25 Rath bone. * years, scute nephritis; Mary Keen, 65 Chop*, *2 years, dilatation of heart: Florenca Brenton. 121 Alsxan drlne, 55 years, diabetic corns; Adolph Bsesecka. 200 East Grand-blvd., 62 years, carbolic acid VVVHTV DUMONT—Nov. 2D, suddenly, Georgs Dumont, at his residence, 2419 Jeffer son-sve. east, beloved husband of Jessie Dumont, and lFother of Mrs. W M Parrish and airs. Peter E. Park, nnd father of Marcelllne. Fun eral Thursday 2 p. m. from residence. FISHER —Nov. 36. at resldenc*. 2* Col* llngwood-ave.. Elisabeth C., beloved mother of Rev. Edwin A., Eugene J., May C.. Elisabeth V . Maurice A. and the late Agnes R. Fisher. Funeral Friday at !:IA. and at Church of Most Rio**ed Sacrament at > i. m. Kindly omit flowers. GAULT —Nov. 26, 1912. Emma Jane, be loved daughter of Jane and the late Jbhn B. Gault and stater of John P. . .leans, and Gladys Gault. Funeral from family residence. 282 Four teenth-ave. Notice of time later. McGUIRE—Nov. 26. Catherine, beloved mother of Frank McGuire. Funeral Thursday 1:46 a. m. from Henry J. Hastings funeral parlors, and 9 o’clock St. Vincent’s church. McROBERTS—At the home of her daughter. Mrs. Gsorge Glefke. In Troy, Monday, Nov. 26, Mrs. Wm. Mcßobsrts. aged 63. Funeral Fri day at 1 o’clock. Interment Crooks* cemetery. HELP WANTED—MALI. ATTENTION Mechanics & Tradesmen To first-class mechanics of all trades the Employers’ Associa tion of Detroit offers the bene fit of its centrally located EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT 39 CLIFFORD ST. between Bagley Ave. and Park Place. Hundreds of skilled! men are each week directed to positions for which they are qualified. If you are unem ployed call and have a personal interview. NO FEE CHARGED BRICKLAYERS wanted at corner of Brush and Farnsworth at ones. WANTED —Boys, 14 and 15 years old, to carry routes) sal ary and commission. Apply Circulation Dept., The Detroit times. MECHANICS. MACHINISTS, laborers, handymen, farm hands. WR PIJtCK YOU AT ONCE CENTRAL II Griswold. Main SlOo WANTED- BxpstitDoM frolght rlerks. Personal application. Must give ref erences. Good salaries. Apply K Elliott, Crawford House, Windsor, Ont. HKI.P WASTED—FEMALE. GIRLS between jo and 30 years of age; good wages to begin ners and splendid chances for Promotion. PARKE, DAVIS ft CO. J«b - Prlstlsi Doae Right. Times Printing IR John R.-st. warning her 19-year-old son against l. a ll < 1 mn<' a••;»! ons, Mrs. Mgr**-. Comers picked up a revolver and ac cidentally shot the hoy. He mgy die. BALTIMORE, Md—Ruth K Sykes, IS, and Just married, said a couple could live comfortably on sl2 per week, if the wife is saving. A bride of three months and same age. agreed •with bar. •- melt WAirmp —wcmaie. WANTED AT ONCE 40 GIRLS and Young Women local and lomo^dibtance OPER ATOR* SPECIAL INDITCKM ENTS TO EX PERIENCED OPERATORS. WE PAV OUR EMPLOYER WHILE THEY AIIK LEARNING. WK PROVIDE REST AND REC REATJON ROOMS OOXILY AND COMFORTABLY FURNISHED. FOR THE Orr-DITTY HOURS. WE OPERATE A COMPLETELY EQUIPPED RESTAURANT AT LESS THAN COST, W'K PAY A SCALE Or WAQEH THAT IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN VEST IO AT K. WE HAVE OVER 100 SUPER VISORY POSITIONS INTO OUR CAPABLE GIRI.H ARE PRO MOTED The Michigan State Telephone Company, WASH I NOTON AND CLIFFORD. APPLY FOURTH FLOOR. YOUNG WOMEN TO PACK PICKLES IN i GLASS BOTTLES. Good Wage*. Fine Factory, Pleasant Work. _—. You can easily Darn THE WILLIAMS BROS. CO. DETROIT. Grand River & Humboldt, Williams Square. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. LET ANDREWS' HIKED MAN THKK t MOST AT tend your heatur for lif*. ! Installed SO ou trial. A. Smith, 318 Twenty-flfth-at. Phone Waat * 2141-W FOR SAI.W—MIMCBLI.ANBOUI. A.A. —Typewriter*. sto to S3O i Smith. Rum.. Underwood, Royal. Weekly |l. rent II Catalog Free. DETROIT TYPEWRITER CO., 180-112 Jefferaon. near Wood. Elevator. CHICK BRING PIANO— H6O atyle, fancy burl walnut caae, 3 pedals, full 7 1-3 octaves, new hammers, re-strung, perfect condition, good as new. Thja week only 1271. Write or call at once. ORINNELL BROS., 246 Wood ward. BILLIARD and Pockat BUPard Tailet with tha only ganulne Monarch oush lona, new and remodaled at moderate prleea and aaay terms; also supplies and rapairing. Brunswlck-Balka-Col lender Cos., of Michigan. IN Ran dolph-st. RAYMOND ORGAN—PIano caae. wal nut, full 7 1-3 octaves, 8 pedals, knee swella. Very fine instrument, excel lent condition. Regulur $126 Instru ment for only S3B. Come quickly. Pay 50c weekly. ORINNELL BROS.. 246 Woodward. EDISON RECORDS^ 18c Edison Amberol Wax Records, now llc-35c. 2-m'nute Edison Wax Rec ords. 21c; Immense assortment; great opportunity to add to your record li bra ryr~ ORINNELL BROS’, 246 Woodward. FAMOUS VORL PlANO—Large 14 25 style, mahogany caae. modern m every detail, brass trimmings, shows very little use. Now only |3tt. GHINNELL PROS.. 246 Woodward. < SODA FOUNTAINS, billiard and pool tablaa. new and Second-hand. Gao. Marsh Cos.. I Furmer-st, E 7 terms. VIOLIN—One Francis full alee, two-piece back of beautiful flamed curly maple, full ebony trimmed, ex ceptionally well developed tone. Former price S?R. Our price this week, special 124. A fine black leather plush-lined caae goea with this outfit. Small payments. GRIN NELL BROS.’ Branch. 67 Monroe. WANTED —Cor. Michigan and Fourth, to furnish rooms complete; $1 weak. Sumner C*». TO RENT—ROOMS. X *TOP AT THR w m franklin house jj On East Larned-at.. just Atßy. Jf a stau from Woodward and Jefferaon-avea It* dJiJBW tra fine rooms. 60c. 76c 31. 31 50 per day. FUia meals, 36c. -Special retea by the week, fa. H. JAMES * SON. EXPRESSING, Main i^ ROOMS —Furniture for rooms complate |1 waekly. Sumner Cos.. Mich, and Ilk. TO RENT— BO 17SRS. HANNAN RENTAL AGENCY ONE Mr'.UUV ML DO TO WBNT—PIANOa. PIANOS—Beat makes, grestsst assort ment; year's rant allowad en pur chase ORINNELL ROB.. 946 Wood ward. TO RE NT-FLAT*/ FOR RRNTi— Four flne duplex flats Juat completed; nothing bet tar In the city: flne light and location, larga rooms, outalde sleeping porch and large yard. 161-8-6-7 lllgnland-sve, GEORGE F. W. REID, 814 Ford bldg., phones, Main 20 and Main 4628. MODERN FI.AT. second floor, 286 Van Dyke-kre. Apply Louia Schmled. I*l Hey burn-ave. oimctairs. dleesci furnished Repairing neatly VAN VLIET Opto ‘ n ;r , Cio l .^ 886 Wodd ward-Ave. Main 4211 •TORAUR AND CARTA6A ACME STORAGE, mammoth warehouse, storage, moving Main 899. 41 Gilman ROEHL BROS.. Storage and Cartaga Offlca. 487 Beauiden-at. R. 128; C. 918 RIVERSIDE Storage and Cavtago Co— s and Non-flreproof storage M Bd6 Moving and packing. City 807 SCHKHR CARTAGE CO.—Trucks and wagon* to lia*| by the hour, day or year, with responsible drivers Telephone Main 3013. Cltv 1281-X. 106 Catherlne-st. WAYNF. COUNTY MOVING and STOR. AOE CO. —Furnltura stored In com pnrtnrnta; large vans Main 1663: City 6074. rm i.TRI AND PET RTOCK FERRETS FERRETS I Guaranteed thoroughly broken for rabldt arid rat hunting, for sale or rent. Edwards' Bird Store. 129 Mich- I ' igan-ave.. Detroit I-. ./ -i - WA NTRD— MISCRLi-AAIAOL’g. | HIG2IKHT prices paid furniture, stoves. I earpete. Lapham. 898 Qrat Cherry 40? ' OLD feather beds wanted. Jewel Feath | ©r Mattraee Cos . 86* Mich Cherry 4470 ">fc Prtetlog Dee* Right. Tteeea I~>haling Cos, if J*ha A-*t. . \ LET ME BUY YOU A HOME Nath* vour price, what cash and monthly Installments you can H 7. and l will find you a bargain Tn any local It v. owner will pay my eom ml salon LET ME SELL YOUR PROPERTY If you can give my ollenta honest vatu# for their money I can sell your property. WILBUR B. GILBERT, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. 1»24 Majestic Bldg M 1818; Gd. B*l7. 641 CAMERON AVE. OPEN SUNDAY New 2-*tory frame just com pleted, 6 room* with cellar, bath, electric light*. Term* $2,400 —$250 cash and balance easy. HOMER WARREN & CO., Chamber of Commerce |M. 6406. City 6406. HIGHLAND PARK BARGAINS Grand-ava. east—Beautiful t-room, 36- it, lot; hot-air furnace, new and strictly modem; must t>e seen to be appreciated. Price 14.300; |MQ down, balance as rent. IN mdemere-ave., strictly new and modern home, with all conveniences, hot-air heat, 36-ft. lot, all ready for occupancy. Price 84.600. |6oo down, balance easy. John E. Brennan & Cos., FOR $250 You ran secure a cosy new bungalow on St. Jean-nve. Modem; six rooms. All decorated. Large living room. Oak floors. Electric, collar. Balanoa 00 very easy terms. Call Hickory 464, Or Crest 124. $4,250 OH, YOU SNAP HUNTER! Here It la: Two-family brick veneer. One block off Jefferson In Falrvlew six rooms and hath each. Hardwood finish. Electric lights. Full base ment. Fine barn. Rents |640 par year. Will tske good lot and 81,260 cash first payment. GRATIOT AVE. STORES 80-ft. frontage with four good brick stores and flats; modern, new and v eil rented, near McClellan-ave. if sold this week will take 110.600 with a first payment of 83.000. LAMBRECHT. KELLY * CO.. 84 GrUwold-st. City 316. Main 2826. DON'T FAIL To Investigate the few new bungalows and square houaca I have on beauti ful Dlckerson-sve., which must be sold at once. You can have a home for B*oo to 8600. balanoa as rant; modern throughout. Full basement: furnace, laundry, ate. Restricted street. Good location. Call Hickory ava. r CORNER SNAP COTTAGE In good shape; still room for flat lor store. Must sell. Hurry. Itinls. Walnut 459, Main 249. Double House, nor. Elmwood, $1,850 Easy terms or exchange for vacant. lK,uhle house, near Joa. Catnpau, 32,- 360. Double house, near Kerchaval. 22.900 * * EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. ST. CLAIR AVENUE $2.300 —$230 Cash New 7-room house, hardwood floors, electric lights, cellar and bath. You should see it, also one at $2,200/ HOMER WARREN & CO., Chamber of Commerce M. 6406. City 6406. One to two chicken farms. Stop 13 Royal Oak. EYSTER & HOWARTH, 507 Majestic Bldg, w . ■ Flat nr. Trumbull, $3,850 Flat. Helden. steam heat, 24.000. Double house near Grand River, 28,- 260. . EBERT. 309 Majfstic Bldg. Pennsylvania, nr. Mack. SI,BOO T rooms and cellar. A snap. Sixth, near Alexandrine; nloe cottage in fine condition; easy terms; 21.975. Near Trumbull and Begg, 7 rooms, 82.100. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. 84,680- DOWN-TOWN; 11 rooms, best rooming location, steam heat, bath, electrlo lights, payments like rant. SS4 Elisabeth-St. west; open Thanks giving day. Land Contracts Bought Liberal loans on roal estate, will pay cash for realty equities, second mort gage loans on real aetata Realty exchanges a specialty. - EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. LO9T AMP roum - ' FOUND —Two keys sad key ring; near city hall. Owner coll at cashiers ©tics Detroit Times Ca LOST —Probably between Orand Rtv tr-avf add 9tate-at.. on west side of Woodward-ave.. s blank hand bag. containing check book on Oommarcal Bank of Port Huron; also two bank books and other papers; also a blue leather pocketbook containing sum of money. Reward will be paid for return Intact to Fred’k Htockwell, 787 Csss-eve., or Kdsou. Moore A Cos., Jefferson-avs. » LOST— Sunday. In vicinity of Ht. Mary's ~ school hall, on Sherman car or Knxt blvd., a gold-engraved brooch about U inches long; valued as ksepaaka Kindly return to 629 Helen. Reward. L«)HT —Pair of glasses wltk Initials “If. S." on case, on North Woodward dis trict. Please return to 181 Harmon or phone Hemlock 1861-R. Reward. A - - - LOST —Between tha Pontchartraln and Pelmer-ava., pointed fox fur boa binder please return to 1625 Ford bldg, and receive reward. LOST —Person who found small mink muff with black lining In Hudson's ©tore Saturday please return to 77* Grand Rlver-ave. Reward, UlmiW I —Sunday tan-colored, fur-lined gauntlet. Dili Under return to 13.** I’ommunwpatth and receive reward’ LOBT —Fox terrier, short tall; strayed from 22 Philadelphia cast Sunday af ternoon Merts, Main 4108.. Universal Joint, on F«»rt or Thlrd-at*.; reward. Collins, 22 l.a fayette-blvd. MONEY TS B*o AN. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE and others, upon their own names. asraswafisrasi ss»l 178 Shelhy-M. MONEY TO LOAN fa amounts from 21.888 to 8188.888, at 1%. 114% and 8« secured by inert- Rags on Improved city real>#•«♦*• n commission charged DETROIT TRUgT GO. Papobecot Bldg OONPTRUOTI O N LOAN amounts. J. F. Weber. 884 OrmDat A / Page Nine 69 At HUH. located 18 klHan ti*m tha city half; good clgy MF N|i gotm orchard with plenty M fruit. 60 lUtl I ** of plow land. I-room houea. Well **«* cistsrn. farm tttad^drainoa^aad^iia 88 a eras, near Utica, on Rochaater car line, clay loaaa soil. 9 acres of trm bar, 8 acres of orchard, 87 acres w plow land. 3 frame houesa. one with T rooms and one with 8 tnotef, * walla. 2 cellars and two clstarna. large barn with gambrel roof, all neceaaary outbuildings, 4 acres of grapes. 4 scree of raepberfiee. 9 acres of strawberries, possession any time sfter Dec. 1, lilt. Prtca 919,888. 188 acres, located near Saline in Wash tenaw county, S-room house and 6- room house, large barn, all plewland. stock and toots Included, consisting of 4 horses, 3 milk 9 sows. aU tools and ImpltmtnU for working such farm. There la a uraek run ning across Lbs farm and- water Id splendid.. Pries 863 p©r acre—a bar gain. THE FLSKEt-*KINNRY CO v “Firm Headquarters, \ * • 151D Ford Bldg. ——— - —.. m* » -»*- «■ . . 1 1 ■-0 ACRES. 18 rnllaa from dt) hall, nsir Dearborn; 8-room house. go<*B cellar, barn and poultry houewr tmtffb timber and trim. 92.800. 40 acres, 20 miles from DsUoU, near stone road, 8-room horuae, barn, out buildings, stin k and tools. 83.808. 20 acres. near Warren; clay loam, r 9i ning water; large- born and poultry houaca. 1 horsey ghick»n* aU tools, 36 bushels oats. 14 tans bay. etc.; 88.860. Exchange. I have a Urge list of farms-for aeie and exchange. See me before you buy. One to two acre chleken farms. Stop No. 13 Royal Oak. Eyster. The Farm Man. 687 Majestic Bldg Os flee. Main 8971: resident*. Hemlock H2O-R. FLORIDA " j 19-acre lots, near Khore-et.. Georg-* Hound Fishing 'and boating ssf\ gardening profitable; 8309 per let Easy monthly payments. Cheap an*! comfortable way to spend your win ters. C. S. BEADLE, 4 McGraw Bldg FOR SALK cheap, on contract, good farm, near county road; only 82,089 Good town: two railroads. Address Owner. 11 - Huron-st.. YpelUnD Mich. "" " ' *' m - FOR SALE—VACANT LOTH, BARGAINS Htunsford, near t’obb. 60x104, 2600. Warren, near gcottan. 48x120. 2K 5<) Twenty-third, no. of Warren, 80x14*-. 8700. Twenty-fifth, no. of Warren, 30x100. 2600. Warren, near Twenty-eighth. 38‘i|X 126. 2700. ELMER S. MOON & Cos. Main 1041. 726 Ford Bldg. Three acre lots, 8 miles. sr>oo up; easy terms Lots; everything but pavement In. for 1360; 260 cash and 26 par month. Main 6624. C. s. BEADLE, 4 McGraw Bldg. $750 BUYS Two lots near Conbord-sve., between Gratiot and Packard factory. $550 BUYS Caplin-avo., lot, near Jefferson. ELMER S. MOON & CO. Main 1041. 726 Ford Bldg Rusch, Nr. Jefferson Vac. Lot* Will exchange 'for land contracts and pay a cash difference. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg FOR SALE—RUSIIIICSB PUCII. FOR BALK—Hardware and implement stock In small growing town ‘i» cen tral Michigan: yearly builneaa about 816,000; Invoice 24.000; poor health reason for selling. Address box it. No. 801. ' V* ■ FOR BALB —Bakery and grocery In good live manufacturing town; no credit: no delivering; will sell cheap for cash: fixtures. 11.400; groceries will Invantory about |1.809. Write for particulars. Town 2.000 popula tion Q. H. Knight, Midland, Mich. ORAND Cl HOUR PARK—2O rooms and steam heat; rent 380; furnished swell. Income 3270; 31.800; terms. Bargain. Patrick Cos., 68 Home Bank. M. 3888. HAVE A MEAT MARKET for sale; will Inventory about 3880. C. 8. Beadle, 4 McGraw Bldg. Main 6684. e ■ 1 * FOR SALK—ROOMING HOURS. 11-ROOM HOUSE, desirable location, suitable for cither rooming or board ing. Brings 1860 per month. Would like to sell my eoulty on aecount of lllheslth Box D, No. 48. mtotaA NOTICE—If any poor girl Is is trouble DUFFT, 998 Fart-st. west. UolvaUaa Army. MATERNITY HOSPITAL. Licensed by the Detroit Board of HskMk PRIVATE maternity home for ladles rgaWi fcffy* wixvruF CITY OF DETROIT—OFFICE OF THE CITY T&EA&U&tt. . Nov. 27, 1912. Notice la hereby given to All persona interested that there have been filed in thla office the following named assess ment rolls: FOR PAVING STREETS AND ALLEYS. Roll No. 1171— For grading sad pav ing allay running from tire east line of Wltherell street to the west line of John K. street; in block between Elisabeth. Columbus, Wltherell and John R. atreeta. Roll No. 1176—For grading and pav ing alley, being the alley first west and parallel to Woodward avenue; from the north lib* of Hproat street W tae south line of BSgg street. Roll No. 1177—For grading and pav* tng alley, being the alley first east r>l Rtopelle street, from the south line ol Cxnfleld avenue, southerly to the soutt line of east and west allay. Roll No. 1178—For grading and pav. tng Chippewa avenue, from the north line of Gratiot avenue to the tout 1 curb line of Duneau atraet Roll No. 1178 —For grading and par ing Hale atreet. from the »eat line o Dequtndre atreet to the west line ol Mitchell avenue. Roll No. 11X0—For grading and pav- In* alley, running from the north curb line of Ht. Paul avenue to the south curb line of Kercheval avenua. In‘block b.'tweAn East Grand boulevard and Firld avenue. Roll No. 1161—For grading and par* ~w .vnterloo street, from the east line if*Cantoi eVegee to the west curb line of ßon U No*ll??—For grading and pav imr 1j» Halle avenue, from the north r?irb line rtf Warren avenue to the L,nth curb line of McGraw avenue. Part l is due and payable wfthln 88 dav* from date of this notion. Parte 2. * end 4 become due and payable In nno two end three years, respectively, from the date of thla not e#, together with Inter* »t at the rate of 4 per oen| from the datf of the confirmation of 3r». o L^ < r , ,L";s.^ w. * ~« •h-.1l no. M MU **« due. 6 per cent penalty and Jbtereet f » the rate of T per cent from the data er confirmation of tha naseaemewt Will be added, ami the premises sssessed wdt be advertised and set# as provided by I if- * i .'7,'"