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Bended to RS FLOTSAM vt'BffiwlEfc *. ■ ■■■rev ■ . - Nil of Down-and-Outers For Daily in Me j|||v pGregor Institute IHudbd on road to jROMIC INDEPENDENC E jyewt Bureau Furnishes Gives Men Chance ■T jfFor New Start p|§v ; ~ . ||||pt you ever down and out- pen cold—an outcast among HfijHflK'rortunately most of us. having an overabundance lllfaLfOod, things of earth, have al enough to buy food, cloth • aktftu U nldu. But »„ V ;C';-vphruy* remember that there ar.- i ones— the float asm lg||»dn the shores of life’s whirl • who b y an unhappy com circumstances have been i%JiiS&OWn and brushed aside What or -social defect is tor this lagging throng of BBBHlattn mutter* not. ’ti* enough be given care, for they human beings In distress. ■M& t modest brick building at IBlßilgMnah-at. R look’s like a small It is known as the Me pmetltute, named in memory of who founded the tWO. Since then this instl- Provided temporary relief Spoil Os homeless and denti ■CMslm over l* years of age. with to nationality or religious rSo help such men to economic la the further aim of the l|MCipKrtt covers a broad field. A headquarters any night winter will put charity into pwmm of the skeptic reader. It is the sUtion and cold iPphe door opens slowly and of vrtnd causes the desk to drop the evening paper enough to enable him to the top of the desk. He wretch, blue-lipped and his clothing ecanty and tat door closes behind him. the cold blasts, and the advances slowly to tt*s freesing.** begs the un -s#&M®lfl a whimpering voice. sergeant has heard the a dozed times before ;.V: Igg evening. He reaches for a to McGregor's - he said. oWWimt tnhe care of any more in tonight.** hat the promise of a bed fSm shelter means to that half wretch? Night same acme is r* a police headquarters Some applicant U young; some eld; sometimes it’s plainly It’s—Just fate. providing beds for IW* meals a day are given In institute; clothing Is the “guests” have an them seldom do from Sa winter to the other. und shoes are given to lit Estate HSUI. jNHMi#WMI «•/'*. pßlYi* '. Ppr •» ¥mmß Wt Becking Bpi. Detroit Real Estate Dealers and Builders a limited number. There Is s resident physlcisu and a free dispensary con nected with the institute. An employ ment bureau furnishes over 7.000 Jobs a year. During seasons of business de press ion. the capacity of the lodging house may be increased to 700 or 800 by using the floor space of the large sltUng-room for sleeping purposes, i Such portions of the building as are not required for taking care of desti tute men are used as a lodging house and hotel for those who are a.ble to pay, the purpose being to furnish quarters superior in sanitary cleanlt hesa and moral tone to the ordinary cheap lodging bouse. Most of tbe pay men become flrsr acquainted with the institute when destitute. The non-sectarian religious vervlcer held in the chapel adjoining the insti tute assist a considerable number of men In at least an honest effort to ward g better life. The gross annual expenditures amount to 835.000, of which nearly 13U.000 comes from money paid by the men for meals and lodging, leaving only 86.000 to be derived from benevo lent fuads. to which about 00 men are contributors. MASHER STONES HER DOG. GIRL USES HORSEWHIP a BOSTON. Oct., I.—Because Leo Smoke, custodian of tbe city ball at Lynn, threw stones at her French poodle Cutey, Mias Nellie Ovid. 22. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Ovid, horsewhipped Smoke today be fore a large and delighted assemblage on the lawn tn front of the building. Tbe blows left welts on Smoke’s face. “That man has been trying to flirt with me two or three weeks,- she told the polios. "T refuged to have anything to do with him and he threw stones at Cutey to get even with me.” Cutey is trained to do many tricks and has won several prises. Mias Ovid says Vincent Astor has offered her 88.080 for the dog. Panama is to have two agricultural schools. ~SI HUP j* flu| JcSIJ M I If We Told You ■ that choice residence lots in the heart of Grooee .Pointe Village, with every improvement included could be bought at these prices, you'd doubt it. If we told you the price included sidewalks on ALL streets, that the elm shade trees were guar anteed THREE TEARS, that the water (in every lot), was purer than Detroit's, and that sewers were also included, you'd say it couldn't be done. And then when we told you STREET PAVING was included also— You’d Say “Impossible” Yes, it's a fact that we are selling carefully restricted 50 and 60-foot lots, 186 to 200 ,feet deep, surrounded by the highest class homes Dei troit has, at |l9 per foot and up. Our highest priced lots are far lower than anything in this section. Our terms are the lowest—our contracts the most liberal There is only one such tract— don’t forget the name—GROSSE POLNTE COL ONY. Ask us to show you. * A Jjm&StSSal qDSQBB 70 WashilgtM Btvd . Second Floor.»“ Palmer Bldg. . Main 5150 TeL Main 1443 jjj. 0J ' 4 S Chas. C. Carter ... # • * . --- -• Carpenter k. (B^aaAgMK contractor «« I Fire Appraisals 112 Madison Avenue —* Detroit, Mich. TUB DETROIT TIMES, THUEBDAT, OCTOBER I, lIU. GOOD DEMAND FOR LOTS IN GROSSE POINTE SCR Ready disposal of a large portion of “Tlrnjm> Poluta colouy.- since It waa placed on tba market early in September, la reported by the H A. Jones Real Estate Cos. The aubdl viaion. which la In charge of H. L ChalfanL formerly of the Hannan Real Estate exchange and the Storm faltz-Loveley Cos.. I* Juat we«t of the Country club and north of Jcfferaon m Tha tract will include over 200 1 acres and will extend from one block north of Jefferson lo Mack and from the Country club west live blocks. In cluding the west aide of Klsher-rd.. Lincoln-rd., Waahlngton-ave.. Klvard blvd. and Univeralty-pl. •Every high-class improvement will be installed, including paving. Waah lngton-ave. will be 100 feet wide, while Kercheval will be 120 feet, beautifully parked, with extensive landscape treatment. A site 240x200 will be re served tor a club house. Each lot wUI be from 60 feet to 60 feet front age to 133 and 206 feet deep, this making the actual average coat of improvements on each lot S6OO to 8600 to tbe ' syndicate. Sidewalks will coat 13 cents a square foot, where the average subdivision cost la about 10 cents. iL Another added feature Is that w the Oroese Point* park. Just *om!> of the tract, on Lake Bt. Clair. This has a line bathing beach with a stretch of sandy bottom extending gradually out into the lake. A young bachelor who waa staying at a fashionable epa near Dresden was recently < hallenged to a duel by the husband of a young woman witn whom he had flirted. The bachelor, who is an expert amatuer boxer, re plied that tbe challenge was accepted under the usual conditions, namely, choice of weapons. His choice was for four-ounce boxing gloves. The husband sent word that “the matter may now be considered aa settled.” HMEHEADERS’ coonn M. A. Immmm feoal Batata f*-, * f WdaUageikMvA, DvtrmM. FIW» eead anr flat ikowlag all prtiia la ORQIIB POIVTB Cdfc- OffY aaA fell mm Saar «* «H thti«. —— r v , c C3*a*) •'.. A• •• ... *• .•me#• ...«. • 9 C Afreet p Mtcf ##f Mo min #4 # a°« • « _ 5 e 0 0 9 0 m* ••#•!•••• #••••« a Lennane * -• o 0 y < Brothers rt - _ ••# • ' y * ;»' ' » ’ ; ’ I ■■■! r General r Contractors N >'. * ' > . I'^ 809 Union Trust Bldg. Tel. Main 2373 Detroit, Mich. ’ IMPROVED LEASING CONDITIONS HERE THE RESULT OF WAR When. Mr. W. W. Hannan, of the ! Hannan Real Estate exchange, was : heard to remark the other day “that the European war had Increased the ! business of hla central property da ' pertinent.' he was quickly aaked to 'explain ‘‘how sad why.' “It’s simply this,” he said. “When ever the money market is disturbed. ! speculation la reduced, and thla ap [ plies to real ettate speculation as well as to any other. Men who hare been ; bu>tng pieces of property on« ilay an<l selling them agnln the next at a small I profit, then re-lnvestlng and selling again, turn their thoughts to the more stable ways of making money. They figure out bow to improve their holdings, either by building new or remodeling old buildings so as to se cure’ good tenants on long leases. This assures them a steady Income and makes lota of business for archi tects, contractors, builders and real estate brokers specialising on hand ling such property. “ And as it is the permanent Improve ments that ipake our city grow bet ter aad larger, tbe influence of the war on real estate speculation Is really a blessing in disguise. » . o V ‘ _ T. H. Hinchman ... /-V a Consulting Engineer i . • Washington Arcade Michelson Land . fpnA • • Home Company Owners North Woodward Subdivisions ■ LOTS SOLD ON EASY TERMS. m 718 Ford Bldg. Phone Cad. 770 Vinton -j u * 1 # m '<t- v ■ Company IP ** .' •*>/, » -I* v'‘ ‘ Builders V W H . ■ w PULLER CLAFLIN Consulting Architect The Fuller Claflin Cos. . .Theatre Builders •e* o ' * Elks* Temple Detroit New York, Chicago George . A. Fuller Cos. -,-4 < Builders of y vc' K r ;V. u * Sr * The Michigan Central Depot Hotel Statler Wayne County and Home Savings Bank - » *- , / • *,*» 7 4 aKw* V Peoples State Bank New Addition * * ’ ■ : ■ ’ -"* - ' ' 7 J : • J- * -r -■ .. '•" / ;: v * V g-rMty. " ,' k * * ,**>".4? * 0 * 4# #“ * ' , i r-> . < WV/C" * , * 320 Penobscot Building DETROIT. MICH. i '; „ . . . ' M * *j ; . % . ■ . - • .* . ■• * * * • George B. Walbridge, Manager Your Last Opportunity Within the City Limits Think of buying property in m substantial neigh borhood, only 4)4 miles from the City Hall—only 22 minutes on the Grand River car line—for from $650 per lot Where else within the city limits f can such value be approached? There are bi£ bargains hi home sites in the new * ; •••,'v ''“''■v " .♦> Hannan's Dailey Park add • . • Addition mmmmmmmmHtmmmmmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmm *• s>'7 . / . v which Is em High School Grand River Avenue and the Boule vard. Yon know how dew ttreft car lines improve Remember, then, that the new Junction avenue street car line win run through this The Wingert grade school is convenient nis prop erty, adojining the well-known Dailey Bark subdivi sion. regently sold by us, is increasing in value fast er then any other district in Detroit take a JefterasA-Opad W*§r car tethe end V* JheQrand River Mae. either natnrday or tunday, whore our represent. Urea will meet yoa. or tee. phone or write ee for fttfl parti rulirn We wUI he ate* to can at year home with an automobile and take yoo to this choice property by appointment. Subdivision Department .\-• r '* • Hamm Real ntmelngci Sol* AfNll For MWy Park Addition Mate 815 1 M«Of»w Bldg. “DETROIT-—A MUm la 1*25."