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SATURDAY, OCTOBER #, 1915.
Classified I Ceot a Rales. 1 Word • Cash with order. II cliukM. T ANARUS« • lino. Nv transient aCvcrtuintf inserted tor ihiu lie with tuh; 19c It unrgt-d. per insertion 1 h« »t>ov* rates apply to all clatal fleet lot.* axi'Mpt Births. Card* of Thank*. obituaries. Meeting Nolle** and all ad* pracedlog Mel* Help. Mirth*; Death*. On id* of Thaok* and llwtlni Notice* Minimum «h*r|<h Uc tot ;t «ui* or lata Over IS word* *n•-and-one-third w.U for seen *-itr* word. Marriage Licenses. Charles E. fuller, 39; Augusta Of fen. I>. Frank Htedronsky, US; Mathilda Kerslen, 2*. Gustav Helnmann, 26; Anna Kllev onoUt ___ Powel Cap. US, k'ruuces Dlugoaa. 11. Ulan Oldfield, 30; Nora Hlayman. 26, Matthew Kraltsz. 34; Victoria Howtcka. 29. Georg* 1. Saunders, 33; Louis# A. KoSenau, 33. .Albert Hindis, 30; Helen Bercamp. 19 Loul* Millar, 33; Sophia Abelon*. Stefan Jerynlakl. 3S: Victoria Tro clnekl. 31. William Lana. 37; Lillian Syler. 33. Anthony Fust. 31; Maud* Phillip*. Charles Metson. 34; Anna Halpp*. ,3 ‘Hruc# L. McDougali. 30; Martha A. Dohran, SO. Herbert P. Morgan. 33; Gertrude Kdimi, 29. Robert H. Allen. 19; Blanch* Hew "hS*. Lapham, 39; Henrietta Havenateln. 10 „ , William Btollnk*. SI; Urabel Krleg. Fred J. Bandner, 39; Pauline Ko rlt*. * l Charles Ptanka. 31; Rose An drew a, 11. Jlay Elliott. IS; Ethel 8. Oliver, 14. oeeph s Gallagher. II; Mary A. Moran, 31. Rollln H Miller. 31. Detroit; Mar lon I. Pitney, 31, Toledo. Charles Heard. 39; Lucy Trombley. Morris Davis. 39; Esther Halprin. 31. Mackedon Bhevtsow, 39; Anna Rudnlska. 21. Stephen Tuatanoskl, 20; Teklyn Teoenlow, S3. Arthur W. Long. 31; Laura Four nier. 19 John H. Kuppel. 39; Junlta Money. 39. William T. Jakeman. 99; Rose Brown. 90. _ Norman E. Batlrr. 24. Detroit; Frances K. Wright, ll Trenton. Btanislaw Kuseuleskl, 39; Tlllkar tfxymanska, 10. wladyalaw Nalssce. 36. Stanlslawa Tonesewsla, 24. Morris Weiner. 24; Bertha Sllver steln. 19. R. Mslvotsln Bascombe, 30; Frelda H. Dietrich. 11. _ Roy H. Topping. 26; Teresa E. Ma loney. 21. Mortuary. GULDEN —Oct I. 1916. et New Or leans. La.. Th4Y**e. beloved dengti ter of Charles and the late Mery Gulden, dear sister of Anthony G. Gulden. Funeral from Frank J. Hlake* funeral home. 43 East Hlgh-A.. Monday, 3.30 a. m. KH. Peter and Paul's cathedral. • a. m. MONCRIICFF—Oct 9. 1916. Rachel H., beloved wife of Samuel Mon et i est. mother of Charles and Mr*. J. Schultz, sister of Mrs. P. Mont- f ornery, william and Edward Pll -and the late Jamas and Joseph Dillon. Funeral from residence, 31 .-> Hancock west. Monday at 3 p. m. JkYKIV;—On Frldky evening, at hi* residence. 480 Van Dyke, Capt. t'harlea H Jenkins, formerly of Windsor. Funeral Monday from residence at 2 p. m. WP.VNUITH—Oct I, 1916. Mary Co bum. wife of Chas A. Weymouth, mother of Anne R„ Frank W., Cba* R. and Mrs. Chas. L Major, of Rochester. N V Funeral from residence. 331 A lexandrlne-ave. west. Monday at 3 p. m. -Try Bomb Floral ttorvtoe •'Flowers for Everybody” Th« L Homo Floral Company Albert Pocheloi ' Main tool 164 Rm«-*-*4 HELP WANTED—MALE. A GOOD STORAGE BATTERY re pair man wanted. Call at 40 : Mon roe-ave. Ask for Mr. Burns. AN EX I'EMI KNCKI) counter man. 605 Woodward. AUTOMOBILE washer •end polisher; must be flrat-clnss. 3446 East Jef ferson. ABOUT 2.D00 men and women want ed who are Interested In Socialism to ko to Moose Tempi*. <0 Con gress-et. east, next Sunday after noon at 3:3** and h«ar Arthur Mor row Lewis, of Chicago, the world's greatest exponent of evolution and social science. BAKER *>n bread and r, akes. 429 Green wood-ave. BOY for ivfftci work; must have good education; good opportunity for smart boy. Rand's Stfg Cos. HOY for dreg store work, with wheel, good poaltlon .ui 19-yenr-old; ref erence* HOY, about I*. with experience in drug store 743 Woodward. BOY—Good, stronv boy; references. Ogll room 10. 92 Griswold HOT—Smart, n»at. to learn barber trade. 154 Lawton-ave. RoY9 with wheel* for special deliv ery work; good pay. 100 East Gong res s. , BRKJIIT BOY for office and errand* 1110 Chamber of Commerce. BOOKKEEPERS atenograon**# and general office help wishing post- Oww kindly tall or write the T**t*v O. Miller Agency. 519 Chambor of Commefc* CABINETMAKERS First-class ex iigrlem ed inen on sutoinohlle closed l>ody work; excellent opportunity for rleht man Apply Mr. Drow, 1359 J*fTer*on-ave. east. CHIIKNT _ FINISHER Flret-cless man. one to set own forms. 991 Brooklyn-ave., slide door D*Gf’FRS on Joh Ht. Clair, south of Jefferson. REAL ESTATE SALESMEN NOTICE B B Taylor la going to place on the market new u -to-date suhdlvls lona out <lr«n<! Mlver-ave. All Impro TrnifnU, water, aewer. electric etrret lights. sidewalk*. maple shade trees, and wide double-drive clnderlaed boulevards Within 20 mlnutea of th a city hall. Ideal home altce. Hub urban charm* with city conveniences. All these city Improvements In and pall for it no additional coat to the lot buyer. Lots sold on easy term* Automobiles furnished to take prospective buyers to the allotments. RpdHal assistance given to close sales. Salesmanship class * conducted every Monday morning by Mr. Taylor personally. Hpsctal work for wilt* ter.' *• I hove nn ot.portunlty for a few good men who desire to locate tham selfcs permanently with the B K. Taylor Helling Force. ; See MR GRAVES B. E TAYLOR’S OFFICE _ Jibsl4-515-516-517 FORD BLDG, HELP \%ANTMD— MALE. CHEF for private family; must have good reftrehces; wage* 913 week. Apply mornings, *97 \Y. Fort, cor ner Twenty-fourth-st. EXPERIENCED social factory secre tary. Apply 11*0 Gratiot. EX PEKIK.V4 ED ftxturu hanger want ed. 319 Holden bldg FIRST-IT,.’NS Ironworkers. Detroit Edison Cos., foot of Lycaste-ave. GOVERNMENT Examination. Thor ough Instruction 99.00. Returned If not appointed. Particulars free. American Civil Service school. Washington, D. C. Attention Mechanics THE EMPLOYERS’ ASSOCIA TION OP DETROIT main tains a central employment bureau Jh rough which skilled workmen are put in touch with firms seeking men of their experience. If you are unemployed and can qualify as an all around mechanic, specialty man, or skilled operator, call and reg ister with us. We have no vacancies for la borers or handymen. NO FEE CHARGED 56 Bagley Ave. OPEN SHOP! No Discrimination Against Any Man Because of His Member ship or Non Membership in Any Society or Organization. LARGE old line life Insurance com pany. selling Industrial weekly end ordinary, wants neat-appearing salesmen; salary and commission; rapid advancement. Call « j-409 Woodward bldg., corner Clifford and Woodward. MARRIED MAN; no children; apart ment and board fres; Janitor and houseman. 601 Sixteenth. MAN and wife. nice room, for slight svrvt.ea Grand 539*. REGISTERED assistant druggist. 626 Woodward SALESMEN—SaIary or commission, to demonstrate new novelty In shog*. experience not necessary exclusive territory; permanent po sition. 42 West Larned-st. SALESMEN wanted, must hav# A No 1 references and willing to work See Mr. Card. 203 Hodges bldg. SALESMEN—Two high school stu dents to solicit after school and Saturdays. Call 593 Gratiot. TEAMSTERS wanted. 476 Gratiot. WAITER Experienced good man and nettt. 194 Grand River west. WANTED —Sheet inetal workers, ex perienced tinners’ helpers, gravel roofer. Apply 924 Uratjot. WANTED—-Married couple lo <lo chamber and Janitor work for rooms and wages. 1«7 East Adams WANTED—Five experienced newspaper premium solicitors to work new proposition in Detroit. Apply at once at De twit Times circulation depart ment. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. COM f MOT ENT GIRL for general housework: plain cooking' no washing. Hemlock 114. KXPERIIO*JCI?D counter girl wanted. 995 Woodward-eve Cafeteria. EXPERIENCED chambermaid; ref erenrea 114 Winder. FIRUT-CLAM COOK wanted. Apply 21 oy Woodward. (URL wanted for office work. 42 Sproat K. A W. Cartage. OIKL about 19, help with housework, go home night*. North f49S-R. OOoD WOMAN for pastry, short or der work; good wages to right party 485 Woodward. OOOn GIRL for housework; good home and wages for right party. 382 Weat High OOOD WAITRESS wanted 336 Brush fIOWN OPKR \TOIIB—-We require Im mediately the service of experi enced girl* to work cm gown* In alteration department. Highest wage*. B. Hlege] Cos. OOOD MAID foe gcnernl housework; reference*. Hemlock 1870. OHM. wanted for general housework; small fan.fly and best wages foe capable ner«oi»; no washing or hard work reoulred. Telephone North *4ll or call 121 Ferry-ave. east. MAID for general housework; refer ence*. 1140 Begublen. near Ferry. North 1083-R NURHFMAID with city references 309 Rurns-ave. IT BMC stenographer snare, includ ing typewriter. Annlv Palurdnv afternoon. 2 to 4. 61* Chamber of Commerce WANTED- Halesladle* to canvass In Detroit; experience not necessary; good proposition W. Merda, 1851 Woodward. lIKL9 H AWT96D—FKMA9.K. RAGTIME PIANO TAI’OHT in 10 lessons—Latonla School of Popu lar Music M. Franca* Berry. CaJlllao 3916-J. 99 Broadway. SALESLADIES Experienced only need apply. Michigan Milliner) Cos.. 199 Woodward. TAILORS »o heln on flret-ClM*coats. 1320 W. Warren. Walnut 2598-J. WAITRESS wanted £or restaurant 514 Grand River, WANTED —Girl for general house work: reference* required, good wages. Apply M:a. J J. frowley. Lakeland-avs., Grosse Point*. Tele phone Hickory 1193. WANTED—GirI for general house work; one who will go home at nights; ateady position. Hemlock 117. WANTED—lntelligent girl or woman Us assist with children and upstairs work; go home nights. Phone North 3984-R. _______ WANTED—Several good 100.-.ng. dark-complexioned girls to act as ushers Apply Broadway Strand Theater •- - - —— WANTED TELEPHONE OPERATORS We pay while learning. Fine oppor tunity for advancement. Restroom* provided for off-duty hour*. Good Inducements to bright girls, THE MICHIGAN STATE TKLE- I'HONE CO. Apply Cadillac Exchange, corner of Jcbn R. and Madison. ACCORD!AN PLAITING. ■era A. Bm>th. 11l Woodard: also bare st ReVa buttons covacod Oh*r 991s FOR SALE—RESORT*. FOR RALE AT LAKE ORlON—Two story boarding house, 11 rooms, stsam heat; barn, woodsl.ed, chick en park, outside cellar, large gar den. Also hlgh.-cfaas fastest motor boat on lake. Dr. C. A. DeCou. lock box 199. Pontiac. Mich. _____ STORAGE and itBTAOh ACME Storage, mammoth warehouse. Storage, moving. M 109. 41 Gilman CENTRAL STORAGE CO., moving, packing, fireproof; rates right. Mo tor vans for suburhazi moving. Phone Grand 1039. EXPRF.HSINO any part of city. 11. Market 5367. ROEIIL BRO« Sum age. Cartage and Packing Offl'-e 192 Alfred. Ridge ISI. PARTY MGVINU to California can rent part of car. Central Storage Orsnd 1039. Alim painttng. Auto and Wagron Painting O. B MULL PROP Ones aaa Adame. Huatalra FOR RUB OR EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANOE—Twin Pope motor cycle, first-class shape, for Vlctro la. Call Main 3*9 after 7 p nv ■| ■ p —— ■ WAS»TKIWrtI mv\. CASH! CAflHl—We buy old false teeth old gold watchee. diamonds. tiwtiry, etc.. In conaiuoo Iherty Refining Cos. 97 W«o«iwar4- are fnu-tb floor Monet to Loan. CONSTRUCTION U3a:«-61 aer a I amounts. J F. Weber *,04 Gratiot LAND CONTRACT!- BQCCIH*. LIBERAL LOAN* ON REAL ESTATbi MONEY TO I.oaN ON VACANT LOTH MONEY * REALTY EQUITIES. BEAL Fa '.NOES A SPECIALTY. EBERT. :>O9 Maiestic Bldg TO EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE LAND CONTRACTS BOUGHT LIBERAL LOANM ON REAL ESTATE MONEY TO LO \.N ON "At-ANT LOT3 WILL BUY EQUITIES IN VACANT PROPERTY OR IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. F.EAL ESTATE EXCHANGES A gPECIALTr. ’MKPT. 309 Majesric^Bldg. MTOHAGR. •STORAGE furgiturr. nearly new. bar- nrtce Mumn»- Z*.. Mich. A 4th. Id riANit*. PIANOS to rent; uprights and Grands for month or acason; reasonable price for use of new pianos. J. L lludsf.n Co.’s "Mano A Vlctrola Stoic. 113 Woodward-ave. RENT—Pianos; new uprights and Grands; for month or-eeason; rent reasonable and amount paid up to ore year applied on purchase of any new piano. J L. Hudson Co.’s Plano and Vlctrola Etore, 199 Wood ward-ave. NEW Pi \NOH to rent to studenta. conservatory or home; upright or Grand; reasonable price and amount pntd tin to one year applied un pur '•huee of any new piano. J. L. Hudson Co.'s Plano & Victrols Store. 148 Woolweeij-a** FOR HALE—MIkCELLANROI 8. PIANO Vk/NOH CLKAN-IT SALE— Lot of marred and slightly shop worn benches to close out during our 'g Summer Resort Sale. a*. 7oc and |l. Regular price wan |4 and |5 Tint?*NELL BROS’ Bram.-h. 67 Monroe. STORE FIXTtTRES. floor case* wall races, counters, shelving, comput ing scales, lunch counters and ta bles. OLUNZ. 305 Mlchlgnn-ave. Ch’y 1178. fODA FOUNTAIN. 'MIULm and pool tables r<« and tecfnd-br.nd Geo Marsh Cos • Farmer- at. K 7. terms WETHER HRnK. IMA N< • orily *ft 7 fine rosewood; splendid condition; thoroughly overhauled by our fac tory experts; pure, rich tone. Small pavments to suit. ORINNELL BKOe.* Branch, 57 Monro- TYPEWRITERS. All new »sf) rehullt 118 up Rent |1 nr. up < Agents Corona. v.cmC 4 iVJW>I> lb* Open ‘Aat eve till 8 aidMft. Detroit Type. Cos.. 180 Jeff., nr Wood. Main 1102. VOHE UPRIGHT PIANO only $lO 8 during Summer Resort Sale; at tractive mahogany case; flue con dition; sweet, pure tone. Hmnll payments. iHj not delay seeing this Sreat special. * ranch 5 Monroe. TO RENT—ROOMH. HOTEL FRANKLIN cor. Lamed and Bate*—only halt a block from the new g ln tern r ban Waiting Room Extra fine rooms at 60c. 7lc, it. $1.60 per day. HrtfiM*-’ •••crni*. »ne sot rsomi com • #• • « uh FOIt BAM. I SEll « %R«. ~ USED~FORDS Runabouts, Delivery, Tourinjr Cars _ 1912 — 1918 — 1914—1915 A good supply always In stock Rest v.uues and lowest prices In th city. American Motor Sales Cos. Hanley Dawson - / W ANTED—FARMS. 160 Acreß or More Must he modern and up-to-date good soli, K<K>d buildings and stock and tools. Have a 14-family apt. to ax change, showing 13% net. stating price, encumbrance and full (•articular*. A A. Alford, 919 Ham ilton-ave. WANTED—REAL MUTATE. HAVE BUYER* for good flat or east side home. MDHT-HOUUHTEN CO. 770 Hatnlßon-ave. Ridge 3193. TWO OR FOUR FAMILY um first payment on a modern farm Os 190 tfrreu Hi Oakland county; 99 mllus from city hall. A. A. Alford. 91C Hamtlton-ave. WILL BUY equitiii* in vacant iots, improved property or real estate under foreclosure. EBGRT, 309 Majestic Bldg. FOR gAI.IO—FARMS. BARGAIN 40-acre farm, 30 miles from Detroit, good house and barn, good clay subsoil; only 1 mile from a good town; price 93.500, 9600 down. In quire 4 McGraw bldg. Ask for Mr. ichelbauer. CHICKEN FARM 9 acres of good land on stone road, 3 miles from good city, 30 miles from Detroit; price 9700, |JOO down; buildings worth the money. Inquire 4 McGraw bldg. Ask for Mr. Schel bauer. 160 ACRES OAKLAND CO. Choice farm bordering on good-sized lake, take eome trade. This will make a fine country home and the price Is right. Maloney-C*mj>bell Realty Cos.. Inc. 104 Free Press Bldg. For Dearborn Acreage 10 to 130 acres, all well located, 1250, 9300. $450, 1550. etc., an acre. You’ll have .to move quick now. Just watch Dearborn grow. See HENRY PLASS AGENCY FOR SALE—Only S9O per acre for a good farm of 110 acres, nice soil, nearly all level, good water, one mile off Grand River and the pro- Eosed paved road; 40 miles from tetrolt. near good town; 90 rods to railway station and beautiful lake; 90 rods river frontage. IS acres bottom land. Ideal for truck farming: R acre* oak timber: very fair buildings. 300 young Peach tree*, owner will sacrlflca If mold this fall. This would make an Ideal summer home or a general purpose farm. The Ypallantl Agency Cos., Ypallantl. Mich. LITTLE FARMS DEARBORN FORTY MINUTEH FROM CITY HALL 17c a Day Buys an Acre TAKE MR’HIGAN-AVE. SUBURBAN CAR TO TELEGRAPH-AVE. Salesmen on property Saturday ar.d Sunday. City & Suburban Homes 200 ORISWOLD-HT. BRANCH OFFICE. MICHIGAN-AVE. AND ri4XTER-4tT_ DEARBQim GOOD FARMS AND THE PLACE TO BUY THEM Trombley, Wilson & Company 1016 Chamber of Commerce WILL EXCHANGE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FARMS FOR CITY PROPERTY: 50 acres of the choicest clay loam soil, lo ated below Mt. Clemen*; good 8-room hous«*. 2 large barns, all tile drained and well fenced. 30 acres located on Nine Mile-rd . out Woodward-ave.; good buildings, corner farm; a snap at $9,000. 30 acres overlooking Lake Ht. Clair, 21 miles from city hall; very good building*. 5 acre* of timber, bal ance highest state of cultivation; price $4,500. 12.) acres near Flint This It the best bargain vou will ever get: best clay loom soli. 100 acre* under cul tlvr.tion balance pasture and 2nd growth timber. 9-room house, two barns; price 9« .000, Including 2 horse*. 3 cows, all crops and tool* 12 acres on Thirteen MUe-rd.. one mile from Woodward-ave.: very good buildings, stock, tools and crops; an excellent home; 98,000. 90 acres, very good cj a y and sand loam anil, located only 23 miles from cl tv hall, near good town and good mod; good 7-room house, new barn 26x30; well fenced and drain ed. Stock, tool* and crop*; 96,01'0 57 acre*, good black loam soil, 25 mll*s from cltv hall; *tpck. tools and crop*; s’> '*oo. 116 ftcrew of the l>#it of clay find gravel loam soil located 22 miles from city hall. 3V4 miles from Farm ington, I ' mile from car line; 8- room house, very large new barn, stable I for 30 cow*. Now I* the time to see this farm, the crop* will speak for It. Living stream In pasture that run* the year around. Price only 900 per acre. Phone u* for further Information. Cadillac 6009. FOR HALE—VACANT I.QT» DANDY LOT on Holmur, near Grand River; only $550: think of It; such a bargain never before offered. Walnut 3426 FT., $l6O 20 minutes from Dodge. Maxwell and Bilgg" plants A real bargain In Defolt’s greatest factory district. Movers! Inrgc shade trees and grad ed streets. Easy terms. Mall In *l, for full particular*. Name Address WALTER C. PIPER Joe Campau and Thomas. Market 4180 PKBBQNAL. LADIEF FELT. Beaver and Velour hat* reblocked. The Exclusive Hat Frama Hhop, $1 qmtlot. NOTICE—If any poor girl is in trim ble; naedtng advice friendship or help, write or call on SECRETARY MARGARET DUFFY. •M-Foi't-at weat. Halvatlon Army. sore'legs Cbrenlc or *o-ca*.led Incurable Ut cers or Leg Here* are healol by the Corllea Mettu-d. Pain dleap peara after a few treatment* So ■craping or cutting. External ap plication* Heal* while m work No m: tier how old or large and painful. Corliss Laced Stockings are positively the be \ £ support for Vartaoe I RS \ Vein*. Swollen Limb f f|>g\ I or Weal* Ankles N IfiMl 1J j rubber to be waxhe I & U| l» and Ironed. Comfort 1 Llgji/d i able, durable, econom I leal. Coet *2.50 so. \F « / • two Ask for meae- |* / « j urement blank. w* g' / 1 j DETROIT COMLIBB VS/ 1 LIMB BFRCIALTT CO. V l.| ft •Tp tirttlet-m, wear Mr! \ | Mark. Detroit. Mirk. \ * j Phone Ridge 143 Jm'y' I ■ Lady Attendant M . DETROIT TIMES rOH »AL»fl-WK»IUKUK PROFKRTI S2OO DOWN, S3O~AMONTH $3,400. ? rooms near Kurd'*; 11 j ber«afurU. ll»nil oik 908-J.; owner. AT A BARGAIN 8 rooms and bath, furnace heat, oak finish throughout; attlu plastered and floored. 4V-ft. lot. In flUhland Park on Duviaon. second block. $4,880. Hrnall payment down. By appointment. i'hilllppl. Hickory 2817-J S-room house, t bedrooms, full hu*e> ment, furnuce; lot :!3x130; easy terms. See Thos. W. Ward, 37 Buhl block BUNGALOW S6OO DOWN Modern io every detail, near Grand Hlver and Boulevard. Let us show you, Maloney*Campbell Healty Cos., Inc., 504 Free Press Bldg Beniteau near Kercheval Flat, 5 rooms and bath each, rental $432; price sl,6ut) on easy terms or will tak< vacant lot aa first pay ment. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. fB.OOO two-family Oat 1620 Twelfth ■L Five rooms each. Large barn In rear. Brings In ssl per month Out-of-town owner says sell. North 4735. M look 90S-J, ~ COPLIN FLAT Near Jefferson; modern; In fine con dition; rental $600; price $6,500; on easy terms, ot will exchange for vacant lots or Improved property. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. CLASSIEST BUNGALOW In east end. near JefTerson. Will complete to suit purchaser. T**irna easy. Price right. MOST-HOUGHTKN * CO.. 770 Hamllton-nve Rldgn 2882. Dragoon nr. Lafayette 6 rooms and hath; fine condition, • 2 900. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. 2-FAMILY FLATS Lothrop-ave.. near I^uwton —Brick ve neer, 5' rooms each; all modern; new; S7,SOU. Ping ree-ave., 3-famlly brick veneer fiat, <5 roortls, 3 bedrooms, modern; bargain. Crane-ave., near Mack car—B rooms each, all modern; rents $65; SI,OOO will handle it. Martin/lale-ave. 2-famlly flat. 8 rooms each; modern; 4 0-ft. lot; $6,500. Van Court, near Warren—All mod ern, 2-fiat, 5 rooms each. Make me an offer. ALEX. WATSON SO3 llaimnuad Bldg. Four Family New brick, separate furnaces 1 block from cars. Modern In every detail; rents for $1,320 year Price only $0,500, $2,000 or more down. This will pay you 30% on your money. Let us show you this Maloney-Carnpbell Realty Cos., Ine., 504 Free Press Bldg. Hughes’ Brothers Bargain List 1810-1012 West Urand-blvd., near Scovel. a dandy double house. 110 Connecticut. Brand new, classy. 1179 Brooklyn, near Hudson, $4,200. S4 T' xedo. cor Sscond. a gem of a home. $6,900. For other bargains phone Chsrry 4485. LAWNDALE COTTAGE Five rooms; at a eacrlflce, $1,600. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. OPEN SUNDAY • NEW HOUSE 879 LAKEVIEW AVE. PRICE *>2,600 VERY EASY TERMS ALL IMPROVEMENTS HOMBR WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce RIVER ROUGE COTTAGE Rlopelle-st.—B rooms, gas. water, sewer, cement walks. 30-ft lot, near schools and street car; bar gain at $1,600. ALEX. WATSON 803 Hammond Bldg. WHY NOT BUILD? Have your home Juet in you want It. A email cash payment, your lot or equity will do. MOST- HO.UGHTT'N 770 Hamllton-ave. Ridge 2882. 3 At’RBH, Royal Onk, modern, strain heated bungalow, electric lights, nicely decorated, line location. A bargain at $6,800 10 acres adjoining Red Hun Golf club, 8-room house, barn; only $8 "00. 1$ acres close to Red Run Golf club; Bloe piece of timber and adjoins the new $60,000 club house; good 8-rooni house, barn, orchurd. This la a bargain. PI NIC WCOl) PARK-The finest sub division on the Rochester electric, close to Royal Oak. will be opened shortly. Therp are all highly re stricted lots with fine boulevards, electroliers‘and a beautiful front age like Arden Park. If you are interested In buying a beautiful lot for vour future home apply to us for booklet describing snuie. FRANK B. BRIGGS. 838 Dime Bank Bldg. Pherry 286!*. Phone Hundaya and cvehlngs Royal Dale $4. AUTOS F4»R mi.k. Another Auto Company Bought Tlitu week'* buy makes sixty-six outright purchases by us. YOU PROFIT We buy eattra factories for cusp at auction. HERE’S THE EVIDENCE 1200.09 famous “Deaeo" Btartimt and light Ins systems, complete with lamp .battery, cut-out, switch, etc springs, all sixes *"" Bodies For most makes of cars. 15.00 up >9x4 Firestone Clincher Rims, each 2 Tops for most makes of cars 8 00 ~p Complete Top Repair Department . . , Gray slip roof outfit for Ford s -consists of heavy rubber roof, quarters, back curtains and sta> s—makes like new Complsts Electrical Repair Department for starting and lighting systems, etc. Bucket fleets, per pnlr is.oo Auxiliary Seats —per pair 10.00 32x5!4 Det. Demountable rlnis for Dunlap str. side tires (short time only, each 1 RADIATORS FOR FORDS Model •*T" honeycomb 17.00 Model “T” honeycomb (V-shape brass) 28 00 Model M T M honeycomb (V-sbsps Nickel) 25 00 Weaton-Mott geml-floatlng (front and rear axles) complete with wheel parts, per pair 70.00 Windshield attachment* for Fords—converts your windshield Into s rain vision—per set «••• I*lo While they lest vises—per Inch * *5 Fenders to fit all cars. V World's largest at<» k of transmissions, motors, topa bodies and everything for the automobile. Writs for bargain book. Special Mall Order Department. PURITAN MACHINE CO. THE AUTO HOUSE THAT DUNK BUILT” 421 Lafayette Boulevard Detroit, U. fl A. ALL PARTS FOR ALL CARS —ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES—IT PAYS— FOH NAI.K—HKNIDKM K PHOPKHTV buy in east DETROIT FOR THE MONEY 8-room house on pavsd street. IS blocks from Water Works park, north of Jefferson-gve. Price ss.o<M) Terms. Campbell A Harding. 2950 Jetferson-ave. east. Phone Hickory M DETBCTR Mg. ttmruriiNf* trust wormy operatives, day sr night H. Q. Dwyer Secret Service Bureau, No. SOB Breltmsyer bldg. Cadillac 361. Nights and Unrinti vs otmae West >STL WANTKD—TO RH'HANOK. W 92 HXf'HANGB - ymtr old fumltwee for new or give you cash. Main 2904. 162 Mlcl.igan-nve. Bl SINKS* OPPORTINITIKS. PUBLIC HALE OF HTKAMK.It EAST LAND By order of the U. H. Dis trict Court. Northern District of Illinois, the steamer Eastland will be offered for sale free of all liens and clalma. at pubic auction to tho highest bidder for cash, at the U. s. Marshal's offVe. Chicago, 111., at 71 a. m.. rnr. nr, t»ts. The Bart laud Is a fast twin-screw steel steamer 265 ft. long, 38 ft. beam, 22 ft. 3 in. deep; 1,961 gross tons; built in 1903. Hale subject to ap proval by the court. For further information address R. .1. Folunie, Sroctor for trustee, 39 Mouth La alle-st., Chicago, 111. D. Sullivan, trustee, 1132 Continental & Com mercial Bank bldg.. Chicago. 111. POII SALE—VACANT LOTS. 40x145; out Grand River; $550; only SSO down. Walnut 3426. 60 x 200 Double yoc.r money; beat buy out Grand River. 80-ft. boulevard, siue walks, cindered streets and shade trees, 10 per cent dowji and $8 par month. See L. C. Beck for appoint ment. Phone Cherry 4774. 41 Buhl block. MILWAUKEE. NEAR CAMS—3O feet with building In rear suitable for gar Age or factory Reasonable terms. Alex. Watson. 80S Ham mond bldg. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Hrnall black purse containing $lO. Thursday, on Brush, between Palmer and Milwaukee, or on Mil waukee, between Brush and Wood ward. Reward. 712 Free Press bldg TO RENT-MOVIPA Hannan Rental Agency A free llot ot kovMb and fiats. Call In person at the oldest and largest . U tfH?yAW° l, 5tA. ai<l,> " , * ,[ OTTO INtTHlCTtlllta STUDENTS WANTED Learn to irlve ana repair automo biles by the Sterling System; In dividual Instruction; new etaoseaob week. Enroll now lor newt week. Uterilng AUto Coltege. fit Ceee-ave Overlooked Something. The Dealer—That’s anew war gong, Is it? Why, man, that wa* sung at the battle of Marathon. The Popular Publisher —If I’d a’ known that I’d advertise the fact In my catalogue, t-©ttghta rtmd the paper* more. Consolation. Mrs. Tapp—So they are finally divorced? Which got the horses and dogs? Mr*. Rapp—She dtd. But he has the privilege of visiting them twice a month. FOR SALK—VACANT LOTS. LATHRUP’S I Dexter Boulevard 1 Subdivision • j On beautiful 100-foot Dexter Boulevard, 6 miles from the City Hall, highly restricted residence lots, $625 and up, including sewer, water, sidewalks. These improvements areu now going in, and the choicest lots are going fast. Select yours before it is too late. Call Grand 2409 or Grand 2569 and let one of our automobiles call and take you out any day or evening. Goossen, Hill & McKenzie 982 WOODWARD AVENUE. AUTOft FOR S A I.K. FOR SALK—REAL ESTATE. FOB NINETY LOTS FQRiIIiSI AT AUCTIMI TO THE HIGHEST BldlsS*si SuiunUy. i.*>i U, m a.au p. m.. rain or aJhlne. lll|dsr Ifißl, Unity Cos buy at your own prices In the new Ford DlnlllL high, dry and level Frontage on cor line nnd Bft-ft wMBBfI tush, balance $5 per month Come out today and tOOg $1 188 prope-ty In the dlxtrli't. Take Toledo in tor urban |sßS| IBJkBM rd or Fort-»t through cars to end of line. Whore Atflfifi wVMHHEH day of aale. The public is cor dlally Invited to VjkfiW s*•■ *Plfijy#f ut tend the auction. \ >• FOWLER BROII CADILLAC 3210. tttt DIMB BAff%|HH A R. HCKOT.TJiT'BTTTR. Atietlonser -F. Qi FOR SALK—VACANT LOTS. FOR S A LB—VACANT MTKkjB CORNER LOT BARGAINS. OPP. NEW PUBLIC SCHOON Swift Subdivision Sewer, water and sidewalks included in the pricea TjjM very easy. N. E. Cor. Lakeview and Waterloo, 27x108 .sjj S. W. Cor. Coplin and Charlevoix, 30x108 N. W. Cor. Lakeview and Charlevoix, 61x108 ... N. E. Cor. Lakeview and Charlevoix, 61x108 ••• 1 S. E. Cor. Lakeview and Charlevoix, 29x108 OTHER LOTS—SAME VICINITY 4 AT S4OO EACH v' ON COPUN AND LAKEVIEW AVENUES -M TERMS EASY " Only a short walk from several large automobile faetoriflti] HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce BUY A LOT IN 1 Walker Subdivision On Seven Mile Road, one block east of Woodward PRICES S4OO TO $525 7* Small payment down, balance quarterly payment*. Ji New public school on the property affords good edncaHMM advantages. - vUIH A large number of houses are being built on the propM These are the cheapest lots in this district. M COME OUT SUNDAY 1 Our office N. E. Cor. Woodward and Seven Mile Road op|| all day. M HOMER Main 6406. 1227 Chamber of CmruuejM GOING AHEAD WITH THE CENTURY AND THE CITY—THE TIMES FOR SALK—VACANT L4»TS. FOR OVI.B—VACa.VT LOTS. A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ' BUY LOTS ON j Epworth Boulevard; JUST 4 MILES FROM CITY HALL THE LAST PIECE OF PROPERTY INSIDE 4-MILE COICLfI ALL LOTS HIGH AND DRY j THE PROPERTY IS RESTRICTED t FIFTEEN-FOOT BUILDING LINE -J SEWERS AND SIDEWALKS ARE INCLUDED IN PEltfl FIVE MINUTES’ WALK FROM CHURCH AND SCHOftM Fifteen minutes walk from Kelsey W’heel Cos., and other fariMll The property is situated between Warren andTirantfliMj nues. Warren avenue and Crosstown cars are within two bMi and Belt Line just one block of property. <JJ . THERE ARE ONLY A FEW LOTS LEFT. J PRICES RANGE FROM M $520 AND UPWARDS -M COME OUT TODAY AND SECURE YOUR LOT '$M Salesmen on Property Saturday and Soaday ~Alldis-& Commiva 400 Union Trust Bldg. BroA CMh|!| PAGE THIRTEEN FOR BALD—VACANT BUS FOB WALK—VACANT LOT*