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FRIDAY, APRIL 28. 191*.
j; Produce | i;v, • vi<ni us.—l*r«uy much i v«*c > I'»imi ,m ihc wity I'ntm pro illl i’ i- 111 ti Mini (mmli luii »l piiifnl. lt« i H ’.the price cluing** iin-' lew and «'f iiu V' vu*. lm|Mirinnr«, iliev are gru «»• mi H»«* upward ilimctlun. The lullH|»li uivjb mid tiiiuni the only ex i« l»:i«»i» is iho butter deal. Produc tion I* on the increase, nnil with th« Morni'i HOitKon til'd ahead. <t certain u mount if weakness is caaily »«• i i.*»:*«! liri'KMil nilves and po tatoes uvo Doth * little higher and tKtuilrv rc'i'ipit nrc not tqtml lo the demand. Strawberries arc coming irom f-ouislttivi and Alabama now. ul. though >h« Florida Mhlpnients are •till struggling along and the market la working lower. Apples—npin. 13*0 04; Baldwin*. 93.260 3.50; Steel* Red, 94 06 bbl.. (rrt-nmi>. S.lfvlAO bbl.; western box apple*, 91.7t03.38 box. ■anaana— Good shipping atock. 91 J|.' oper bunch Ben**—Drtsd Lima*. 6HO7e lb. . 4:ea«berr»e*~9J.2s 93.50 per bu.; 92.75 per box. CaMllgewer- *2 0 2 36 per crate. Cabbaf* }i 76 0 2 per bbL; new cabbage 93?5 0115 per crate. Cheese—Michigan flat*. 17He; New York, lie: Rwiss. 32027 c: Imported Awle*. 3C040v. llmhurger. *-lb.. lie; I -lb.. tsV*; brick cream PHc: long orna. llHc; daisies. 17 (s®ljfc lb. Uresssd falree —Fancy. 110134 c; fjmmon. 11,0 I2c lb. Fre-k Year taldea -Green peppers. 99.4d0*J9 . rntc; 80c banket- redlsli to. •.s*-7'Xc itox lettuce. 12ft 13c lb.; p.i .'«t 2'>«>7 * do/, uucnmber*. hot ho-:*.-. |t. S i<i ; t ,|c per doa.; hothouee too.ato*'*., lb.: enrrota, 70#75c by ; ho*»! .U"o#. 84.7305 hamtier; wax b.unn. green beano, M.II *?J ’it I''*., r ballots, 400 50c do*.; Florida tomatoes. 12.3392.50 case; rio f'tent 3'itttOc dot.; green onion*. OIJ*. 2c *>vr do*.; asparagus. sec t'Ci. • 734: M? per liox; California 34 01 25 per cudc; green pea*. 92 02 25 per hamper ••rape Frail—93o3 *0 per crata. Ileaey--Fancy white, new. 13017 c; ambor. 10011 c lb.; extracted. 708 c May—Detroit snipper* are paying the frllowtog price* for baled nay In .•AT lot a f o. h.. Detroit: No. 1 tfnotVi/. 320 50031: »tand»rd tim othy. <19.600 20; light mixed. 315 90 92* *9; No 2 timothy, 317019; No. 1 ntlteJL 916C0016.60: No. 2 mixed, til • 1 1" No. 1 clover, ll?4rts; rye straw. r i< #•: wheat and oat straw, |9.90 #7 per ton. I.emsas -fs 7(10 4 *5 per box. Man --Si.IOOI.IS per 100. Jluahraams—4o 0 4ftc lb. Orancee- Navel*. 93 03 5* per boi; Florida* $3.3-*. 03 60 box. OmUmm— 82.2503 50 per 100-lb. each; Texas Bermudas, yellow. 91 7309; while 1202 23 per crata beta—-Yellow, $3 03 25; white, 91 >■»o 4 per bu. Ciseepple*--86 05 80 per erste. Fata loan Russet*. *1.060 1.10; eti’.t. s; 0: or. reds. 95c091: new B»-.nuda» B!' , U9 50 bbl., 33 bu.; new Florldaa 9103.30 bbl « Fnwltry—Springs. 20021 c; heavy hena 19031 c: medium hen*. 19020 c: Mag a 14016 c: rocaters. lift 21c; geese I?Ol5o: ducks, 30 0 31c lb. Sweet PslstuM —Jerseys. 11.1091.29 per hamper ti 3001.31 per crata. >t«owrher>le»- 24-plnt cases. 13.609 • TI. 34-qt. cases. 15 309 3.76. JOBBING PRICKS. Craaed OaeOa -Appiet. 93.6093.90 baked beano. 1 -lb. 600 90c; Ms beano, |IOI 33. Corn: Fancy Ma o a 91.1 k: standard. 11. Table b».-. It 3501.40 Peso: Fancy early iin. 33.99. stands i da, 91. salmon, talV #-*.9 r ; Sat, pines. 90c Tomatoes. 91 :9 Marrowfat peas. 9>: early Ju«4x Ik SO. sifted early June. 91 40 per d»a. Feed Jobbing prices In U-bbl. aoex. Bran, 324. standard middlings. 91% •no middlings, |3O; cracked corn 133 co-n and oat chop. 933 ton. Fleet— Jobbing prices. Beat Mlchl far. patent. 8® 60, second potent. >1 lo straight. 15 90; pure rye. 99; I Security end Sendee The Peoples State Bank j Cop. Fort and Shelby Streets Offers Its patrons the facilities of its commodious Banking Office and the benefit of its 46 years of Banking ex perience. Interest Paid on Savings Deposits Commerdal Accounts Received. BRANCHES: Cor. Baker and Twairty-thlrd. Cor. Jefferson and Benlteau. Cor. Canton and Oratlot 2200 Jaffaroon Wait Oar. Chene and Mllwnuked. Cor. Mack and Baldwin. Cor. Oerfletd and Russell. Car. Mtohlgan and Junction. Cor. Grand River and Brooklyn. Cor. Rueaell and Lyman. Cor. Oratlot and Rlopelle. 102 Washington Ave. Oar. Woodward and Flquotto. Resources Over Sixty Million Dollars mm II I— yyx . 'ii*, Is# ■'iiiSH fp nL. -J Li WiiteS 1 jjggfflgg ept-ing patent. |4l* per bbl. In paper "*l»eir«l4 Oil—Raw linseed nil lie; boll-.I mu I. tic gal In barrel lota. Kerosene In Iroa barrels: Diamond headlight. S.fn; perfection. *&_•; pal aclnt. 10.9 c; red crown gasoline, 2Wc **H*rdwaee-~N*IJs, 9173 keg cose; annealed wire. 92 70 P«r bundle; gal vanised barbed wire, •-point, 9S-19 per epool; galvanised sheets. 34- gauge, 51.05: 3*i-gauge, 9135; 34- gauge. 05; 37-gauge i3 35; 39- gauge. 95.(0; 30-gauge. 95.90 per cwt; Buhl bronsed axes, single handled. 93; double, 913 per do*.; black sheet metal. 33 and 34-gauge. |3 10; 16- gauge. 93.13; 37-gauge «l.|0; 19- gauge. 9l l» P«r cwt. Can lag# bolts, small. 30c and 10 off; large, 50c and 6 off; machine bolts small, 90c. 10 and I off: large. 50c and 10 off Hot. Hides -No. 1 cured hlaea, 17c; No. 1 green hides, lie; No. 1 cured bulla, Tic; No. 1 green bulls, 10c; No. 1 cured veal Rip, lOo; No. 1 green veal kf|>. 7 9c: No. 1 cured murrain. 17o: No. 1 green murrain. 15c; No. I cured falf. 25c; No. 1 green calf, 34c: No. horse hides. 94.50; No. 3 horse hides. 93 60: Nc. 1 tallow, Ic; No. f tallow. *r: No. 3 hides, lc off; No. 3 kip and calf. 1 Uc; sheepskin (at to amount wool), SOco|t. Rngnr— Corrected dally by W. H. Kdgar 9 Mon.: Crystal dominoes, 2- )h., 9U.30; Do. 6-lh.. 111.30; Ragle tablets. 910; cut loaf, $9.15: cubes, 98.40; XXXX powdered 98.25; stan dard powdered. 93 20; granulated, ex tra coarse. 97.95, gran«tlated tine. In bulk. 97.80, granulated, 26-lb. cot tons. 9< 90: crystal domino gran., 2- Ib. and l-lh cartons. In cases, 98.10; crystal domino, gran., IIF cases, •8.20; diamond A. $7 90; confection ers' A. 97.75; No 4. 97.80; No. 5. 17.73; No. I. 37.70; No. 7. 97 (5; No I. 97.90; No. 9. 9756; No 10. 97.50; No 11. 97.45; No. 12. 97.40. No 13. 97.35; No 14, 97 36; No. 15, 97.35; non-caking mix ture, 58.76; beet granulated. |7.70 per 100 lha.; household powd.. Is, 24 to case. 92.30; Do, 48 to case. 94.59 per caae. TENNESSEE’S , PROFITS GAIN The Tennessee Copper Cos. reports net profits for the year ended De cember 31, 1915, of $1,058,031, an in* erase of 9407.391 over 1914. Earn ings were equal to $5.29 a share, compared with 93.25 the preceding year. The average selling price of the company’s copper last year was 10 1-2 cents s pound. The produc tlon was 12,750.418 pounds, a trifle less than the 1914 output. The an nual report gives few details abou’. the sulphuric-arid department, and it appears that this end of the busi ness will run into this year before the maximum of profits are reached. Production of the acid last year w’as 210.(66 tons, only a slight Increase over the previous year. The com pany is building anew acid plant and Is also making extensive repairs tc. the present plant. Tennessee Copper is a large producer of both copper and sulphuric acid and should work out large profits this year If the proper facilities for pro ducing, storing and marketing are brought out by the management. Frlntlnw—'th* gists neat ktag—that la right-—Times Jtb D*ft—Mats 4IM. Save But One Dollar Each Week r>U can walk far if you strike An easy, steady gait and stick to it You can save a lot of money on the same plan by depositing a small but Axed amount each pay day. It’s saving regularly that builds up the bank account. Start Now Safety DwmN min 04 per ■■mum. BRANCH OFPICIB: itoi wmlwmi Avo. taoo oread nw« a»*. 1174 IffftriM An. TOO Weedward An. 407 Cleettnt Ave. 410 Mkblgia An DIME SAVINGS BANK Fort fnd Oritwold Slr,*t. IHHKN am ttM $27,000,404 Sugar Market PEOPLE? r pages ONE CENT A WORD Coah with ufdtr; U cbargtd. It a lint. No trantfent advertising Inserted sot Ist* than 160 With cash; lit u charged, per Insertion. Tbt above ratee apply to all ethsM flcatlona except Births. Cards ol Thanks. Obituaries, Meeting Notice*, etc. Births, Death*. Cards of Tranks ad Meeting Notices —■ Minimum »rge. 15c for 95 words or less. Ifioeh additional word, 11-f» Births BOYft lint Micetech. 811 Franklin; Henry K. itiijicrs, 73 llonier; Louis Minion, 23 Minkin*; George Monkaba, 905 Chestnut; Flunk W Loulsignau. 105 Huxel; Joseph H.ihu, 230 Carbon; Rd wnrd F. Hurluge, 14**w MVsl Grand blvd.; James W. Grant. HSO Helen; Arthur Du Kaur, 649 Toledo; Harry L. Greer, 440 Grand Hlver; Russell ICllawortr, 22 Jefferson-ct.: George Myers. Marr hospital; Hay F. Flocg, 361 Anttetam; Edward Reisen. 175 Frederick. Pete Cornell*, 203 Fort; Pomentc Abate, 619 Fort; Bruno C. Schmuck. 806 Concord; Roeco Fiam pino, 182 Hale: Nathan Schwarts. 150 Delinar; ian Denis. 202 Thirty-third; Frank Wltek. 63 White; -Henry A. Haeske, 84-2 Dickerson: William A. Drawn, 786 canton: James R, An derson. 612 H Mack; Thomaa O. Mac kin, 398 w. Alexandrine; Walter Thlry. 846 Canfield K . Joseph Les nau. 1036 Hancock; Kanty Polocsek. 313 Flumer; Domenico Ferrande, 174 Sherman. Salvatore (iusinano. 636 Congress *4 William P. Hayes. 921 West Grand blvd.; Waiter L. Mutera paugh 186 tlurston. Alfred Edwards, 1650 Jefferson W.; Alexander Lowrle, 189 Smith; Ignatius Zakrsewakl. 738 Ferry; John G. Schult*. 609 Mack: Ml. rhael Curtis. 32 Hale; Joseph San tlllt, 695 Ktopclle. (11 RUB Tlllie J. Brgtton. 46 Burnett; John Verea. sf( Waaalty Leaka vlch. 72 Delmar; Edward It Baum xsrth, 857 Mttperior; Ernest H. Banon. 31 Hyde: Frank K. Carpenter, Har per hospital; John C Price. 230 See tialdi: John W. Schafer. 2235 Gratiot; Roinun Swantek. 1093 Duboi*: Eu gene Hca*ewakl. 50 Kanter: Antony Hxnwrknwxkl. 245 Crandy: Harry t-o --hep. 143 E. High: Andrew Baird. 376 Taylor. lw*wrence Nowak. 94 Roby pl.; William Greenstetn 36 Delmar; Joseph Durecka 1227 Twenty-fifth; laidor Barr Is. 702 Sixth: John Alongi. 329 Fort: Sum Gaits. 181 Fort: Bruno c Schmuck. 896 Concord; Carl Dlegel, 872 Concord; Peter Chernowskv. 2190 U Russell; Joseph H. Baker, 282 sixth; Harvey A. Power# 324 Calu met; Wawsrenlec Clestelski. 2<*o Thirty-fifth; Samuel Danowskt, 3«r Tillman; Sam Levitan. Harper hoa pltsl; Joseph Kemps, 2(52 Jefferson W.; Paul N. Lent*. 611 Common wealth; Joe Floras. 86 Twenty eighth. Robert Smith. 301 Stanley. John Kabsta. 1188 Military: John Vettmar. 164 Maple Klemenj Bosyk. 36 Greuael; Waclaw Marnlga. 11 War ren-ct.; Wasyl Lucka. 122 Dublin; George B. Cole. 1 447 Fischer; Rich ard J. Kelly. 598 Baker; Edward B H.-tnvbaw. 800 Superior; Carl Poehl man. 1715 Vlnewood; Edward Rleden, 8!»3 Green. John Nnwrot. 115 Lock wood; Joe Skodlarek, 37 Goblner. Deaths Martha Whitney. Harper hospital, 29 years, sarcoma; Edward \' atter. 198 Twelfth. 47 years, lobar pneu monia; Morrla Kopelmann. 2* Wil kin*. 13 days, impetigo contagiosa neonatorum; Donald O. t’allahan. De troit Tuberculosis hospital, 33 yeara. pulmonary tuherculosla; Raymond S. hnelder. 27 Weyher. one year, tu bercular meningitis; Joe Momolevkl. Receiving hospital, about 77 years cardiac decompensation; Frederick Gets 378 Macomb. 6* years, mitral Insufficiency; John Mills, Grace hos oital. 43 years. Inquest pending. William H Stiles. Gratiot and Cadil lac 67 years, myocarditis: Wllle Wilson. 214 K Adams. 59 years, car diac paralysis; Albert Topel. 243 Wil liams. 82 vears senility; Theresa De Padre, l ord hospital. 41 years, myo cardial insufficiency; Maria Callahan Porter. <l2 Commonwealth, l»5 year* h< »rt failure; I'has. Panton. Receiv ing hospital. 25 years, rerenral ab s- i.-is; Norwh McCarthy, 404 Congress F. ji'iout 66 years, dllltatlon of heart; Cheslawa Karpinska. 852 Wesson. 17 vonri bropcho pneumonia. William Haggerty. 181 Third, two months, malnutrition. Fiank Reinhardt. 524 Illinois. about 62 years. chronic nephritis; Everett L Kirby, tlra<e hospital annex, 56 years, typhoid fevet Cyril Wilfred Parker. 319 iatrehmont. II months, pertuais; Ba tiv Champine. 71* laike View. f«iu/ days, infantile convulsions; Rdwoeo Koch. Providence hospital. 32 years, appendicitis; Mary Reardon. Harper hospital. W branch, about 22 years, septic Infection- Felice Vrtralno, 82 St Joseph, one month, marasmus; Kvnna Rosas < 469 Belvldere. one year. 'ol>«r anvumonis; Blanche fltan abach Hwrpbr hospital. 37 yeara. In testinal tivhercnlnsl*. Emm* SheleT De Forest. 333 Owens, 72 years, car cinoma of spleen: Bert White. Her man Kiefer hospital, 37 years, pul monary tuberculosis . Mortuary ~ DlNN—April 77. at her residence. 42$ Bakor-Ht . MY* M. A. Dunn. widow of t ln* lat. Joseph Dunn and moth er of Mra. H. C. Allen, I>r. A. P. Dunn a nil Dr. H. Dtinn, of Olrnn* Falla. N T Funeral from residence SiF-rdav at 1:10 n. m. Dt HAY—-April 26, at Ms homo. 11l Lafayerttr-hlvd . Joseph, beloved husband of Josephine Diimay. Fu neral Saturday. 1:10 s m., froic residence and 9 o'clock at St. Anne’s church. ■NOLAND—ApriI 27. 111$. Mary El linor, widow of John J. L. England, beloved mother of Richard W. Eng. land. Cleveland; Mra. H. J. V#l Vlcek. Detroit, and J. F. England. Freano. Cal Funeral sarvlcea from residence. 24 3 Blalne-av#., Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. rf.ANAriAN—Thomas. Anrtl 24. be loved husband of th* late Kather ine Flanagan, father of John, An na and Elisabeth Flanagan and Mrs. Clara Hawkins. Funeral from residence, 30$ Junction. Saturday st l:tfl a. m. and Holy Redeemer church at $ o'clock. TIMBERS—Mrs. Isabela, Anrtl 2s. lllsT at her residence, 1177 Hud son-ave.; she leaves to mourn her death her beloved huaband, on# daughter, four sons, three grand* daughters, ons grandson and one brother, John T. Harris, Jr. Fa neral services Saturday. April It, from Beths! ohuroh Try Bantu ftotll nervics,' “Flower* for Everybody* Tbs X* Be mb Floral Company. Albert Pocbeloa. Main toft. lsl Bates-el MRLF WAWTRte—MAI.M. BAKERS for bench work at oven. Good chance for ad vancement. CABLE DRAPER BAKING CO., Vermont and Marquette. CANVASSERS of neat appearance ran make from $4 to $lO dally. In troducing nur new $lO Free Talk ing Machine offer. Entirely new In Detroit. Apply A. L. Teagardener, Rex Talking Machine Cos., 101 Oris wold-st. ERRAND BOY WANTED Apply Detroit Times Job Print ing Department ’to'ftT THE EMPLOYER with employes whom we thing wW satisfy him Is oMT aim. STAR EMPLOYMENT T West Moßlmlin. lIMLT W A3TKD--lIAI.I’- TAILOR wanted on men’s clothes. One who understands busheling. The Uai-vard Cos., 62 Gratiot WANTED —Esperienced district agent Apply Circulation Department The Detroit Time a. WANTED Esperienced house-to house csnvaeeer. Good salary for reliable end energetic man. Apply Circulation Department. Th# De tro't Time* WANTED Wagon washers. Steady work. Cable Draper, Vermont-ave. & Marquette. WANTED—Bright, ambitious boy. Apply Mail Room, De troit Times. HELP WANTED—FH36ALO. AN A1 experienced woman to work on aalary. Must have had experi ence as solicitor. 810 x week to atart. Great chance for r'ght party. L. Milner, 403 Free Presa bldg. COMPETENT MAID for general housework; no washing; one wno is willing to assist with care of child of three; wages 87; refer ences required. Call Cedar 1446. DO YOU KNOW that we can get you Just the situ ation that you are looking for: STAR EMPLOYMENT 7 West Montcalnv EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER — Good position and good sal* r y to right party. Apply at la. m. to Mr. Hammer, Well g Cos. EXPERIENCED GIRL for general housework: no washing; wage •«. reference required. 383 Canton. EXPERIENCED GIRL for confec tionery store; references required, no telephone calls. 358 Clay. EXPERIENCED OPERATOR on fac tory skirts- also finishers. Detroit Skill & Drexs Cos. 61 E. Elisabeth EXPERIENCED GIRL wanted for candy and Ice cream parlor. Cen tral Candy Cos.. 11 Monroe-ave. OFFICE POSITIONS We spee'alixe on stenographers and office help of all kinds. STAR EMPLOYMENT 7 West Montcalm. RAGTIME PIANO TAUGHT in *• Wssons —Latoma bebool of Po|u}*f Music. M. Fiance* Berry. Cadillac 1911-J l( Broaoway. TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Owing to the constantly in creasing number of calls, we require additional operators. Pay while learning. Advance ment rapid. No slack season. Apply Michigan State Telephone Cos. Cor. John R. and Madison. SITUATION*- WANTED—MAMC. EXPERIENCED CHAUFFEUR " de sires private position. 5 years ex perience; best of references. Phone Mahan. Cadillac 4597. rog SALE— mcaiPICXCH PMOPBHTI NEW $7,000 HOME North Woodward section; ready to occupy. Brick veneer, seven rooms, steam heat, brick fireplace. Everv modern convenience; 81.800 cash will handle; balance same as rent. Don’t overlook this opportunity. WALTER S. DARDEN CO. 1130 Dime Bank Bldg. Cad 7622. H. C. Ephltn. APARTMENT BLDGS. For Investor*'we have several good buys that can he had for a very small initial payment. Will prove their value to you. Call us up. » e will call for you and show you our WHITEHOUSE REALTY Cadillac 7267. 33 Dime Bank Bldg. 5-Room House, $298 Complete material w*r building a I roora cottge |2tl. Sava four prof its. Call 407 Ford bldg., or pbone Cadillac 4114. - ON GLADSTONE TWO-FAMILY B. V. 4 ROOMS UP AND DOWN. EXTRA I.VRGh, •«AT»IHIM)M FINISHKD INWHITE -ENAMEL. LARGE LIVING ROOM AND DINING I«M>M LOT 33 Vt 120 WK OFFER RWIS KXCK'P TIONAL FLAT FOR sS.lioo;- IN COME $1,200 A YEAR. THERE IS NO BETTER INVESTMENT. T. BARGMAN & CO., 7tV-20 MAJESTIC RLDO. CAP. 7ftos. DETROIT'S ONLY SPECIALISTS IN TWO-FAMILY FLATS DICKINSON’S GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Mm terms, streets and ■am bars ofTrsrm different properties per Meath. A telephone ean will put yen cm eur mailing H»t Cndulae 111, or address Dickinson Reel ■state Exchange, ■$ Campsu Bldg, Detroit Mick FINE MODERN 10 room steam-heat ed home; exceptionally well locat ed near Hamilton car. convenient to other car lines. Owner. North 3012-M. Box E. No. IT. Times. FOR SALE— Three cottages, also »- room house, modern, convenient, terms reasonable; buy of owner. Fhone Walnut S7II-M. COLORED PEOPLE New modern. 2-storv house 784 21th st corner Milford. Inquire of By ron Henderson. 766. next door. 104 VANCOUVER—Two- sory single: •4,110.00. Walnut IIOvW. gTORAOR AWP cAWTAOt *BBJ»s.anrßLiraaaa far vans for suburban moving. Rons Cadillac os. PARTY MOVINO to California can • rent cart of car. Central Storage Og. oadtllac Os. TO RttTHUIOMI. HOTFX FRANKLIN Ooe. Larned end Batss—enly a buwfc »m Woodward end Jeffereou-avea aiio-arfasaL"*?* 01.00 per day. I* to ** »*t week TtTnßNT—wuum. Hsnnan KentA* Agency A Wee list of bosses and Rate. Call In person at the oldest an« largest "* r _ Petalu«a—«be Plata sent Mad—tbs. la right—Times M Dept*—Mala 4*K mutiS DETROIT TIMES ■•'OR SALK—V tC’AST LOTS. Grand Special Offer S4OO 1 North Woodward Section LOTS $230 W* are opening our new subdivision on the trolley, a short ride from the Ford autoqiabil* factory In the finest part or rhe North Woodward section, and we propose selling the first 300 lots at a small percentage above cost. Therefore, until Monday, May 1. we will sell a number of our S4OO lots for 1230 — 10 per cent down and $6 monthly. Those who desire beautifully locat. cd property, In a subdivision right on the trolley, surrounded by scores of neautiful homes, should apply to us without delay. Call any day at •:4r» a. m., 11:45 a. m., 1:46 p. in. or 1:45 p. m.. Including Sunday, and we will have you taken out by trolley or automobile to inspect this beautiful property where you can obtain choice S4OO lots con taining 3,850 equate feet of land, for only $230. Apply. L. H. THOMPSON, Phone Cad. 7361. 410 Free Press Bldg Vi ACRE, s37ft! BE A LITTLE FARMER Only 100 feet off Gratiot-ave. We have a few of these choice parcels of fine soil at this very low price. Price Includes CEMENT SIDEWALKS Near school, church and stores: 10% down gives you permit to build and cultivate. Take any Mt. Clemens local car leaving Detroit waiting room every hour and half hour, and get off at Town Hall-rd. Representative on property every day or mail in slip for full par ticulars. NAME ADDRESS WALTER C. PIPER 100 Holden Bldg. Cad. 456. S. \\\ cor. Griswold and Gd. River. East Jefferson Drexel, first block 11,073 Kvnna-ave., second b10ck.... 775 Newport, first block 1,125 Newport, second block 800 Drake, second block 750 Piper-blvd.. second b10ck.... 300 J. M. MADIGAN Cadillac 7413. 61$ Free Press Bldg. NEAR FORD’S HIGHWAY. ON MICHIGAN- AVK Frontage SBO a foot. 35-foot lots first block north of Michigan. $750; second block. S7OO. High-grade Im. provement* and restrictions. 2% discount given when buying five bits or more. Address boa E. 36- SSOO FOR $290 By Joining with 60 others in a Co operative Purchase Club can procure regular SSO North Wood ward section lots, subdivision right on the car line, for S2OO. Easy monthly payments. Apply Co-Op erative Lot Purchase Club, suite No. 1. 484 Ca»s-ave. (near Bngg). Telephone Cadillac 7368. FORD HIGHWAY, Oakman's choicest subdivision of Detroit. For lot reservation call Rollson, M. 8444. fylodern Bungalow $595 Complete material for budding five room modern bungalow $615. Ship ment same uay order received. Call 607 Ford Bldg, or phone Cad illac 4 sl4. > BLOCK AND A HaLF from Orand Rivar and car loop; triangle comer lot, 103 ft. frontage. S2.Ao $1,004 down. Excellent garage sits, wal nut 3801-W. MAPLEWOOD NO. 1 SUB.. 40x1 22, Ist block ofT Michig.in-ave. Only SI,OOO. Small equity. Box B. No. 75, Times. ROYAL OAK l/'TS—Have small equity If taken for cash at ones Box K. Detroit ‘"'met. APARTMENT SITE Tlllman-ave., near Kirby, 90 ft., $56 per foot. KINGON REAL ESTATE CO. 704 Whitney Bldg. Main 3173. FOR HALF—BUSIN F.*S PROPFRTf. 153 Ft BUSINESS FRONTAGE Corner on Shoemaker. $16.50 . per ft. In city limits. Sew er, water, gras, pavement on one side. Best investment in Detroit. WALTER S. DARDEN CO. 1120 Dime Bank Bldg. Cad. 7622 Acronnin* plaiting Sara A. Smith. 21S Woodvr'd; afro farm. stitching, huttons covered. Ch'y 391 $ MLHAWPg AMP POOU BILLIARDS and Pocket Billiard Ta blti with the only genuine Monarch cushion*; new and remodeled at moderate prices and easy terms; also supplies and repairing. Bruns. wlok-Bafke-Ccllender Cos., of Michi gan. 100 Rs"dolp>-st. MUSICAL, QUO. H. CARR, of N. T. city, teaching the art of singing with vibration, tone color and expression (Faulty production corrected.) Results guar* anteed. Exceptionally low terms that I may get a foothold and prove my value as a teacher. Voice trial free and cheerfully given. Btudlo 11, Van Husen bldg.. 10( Broadway. MONEY TO LOAI. CONSTRUCT I cn uPANI - Liberal amounts J. F Weber, ft Gratiot. BUY I.AMD CONTRACT* Detroit Land Contract Cos. Hammond Bldg nad MIA reawhsM. NATIONAL COLLEGE DANCINO SPECIAL COURSE tJTA EIGHT LESSONS—ft. FOX TROT. ONE. STEP. Wb| WALT*. TWO-STEP. * JWL BYNCOPATEO WALK. Come and prepare for W' our Isay Ball Hotel Stat* |T\ B ler. May tOth. R W J Ol Fisher Arcade, W 141*111 Woodward-ave. 9 NOTICE—If aay poor girl ta ta troa* Ma. needing advice, friendship er help, write or call on iOBCRISTARY MARGARET DUFFY, till Port-at waai. Salvation Army. WANT TO BUT—MIUCMLLANEOfS. CASH for old fatee teeth, gold crowns broken iemelrv. diamonds watches eta., full value paid- Liberty Rfg Cos.. U Woodw‘d. Hh door, elevator UtITSP-dua «r~H«Vds *'l EXCHANGE your »*M furniture let new or sirs you caah. Mata Nft Ift Mlchtgait-ava. At’T4IMOBILKN. AITOIOBI.r.L * - - - - 'i" Your Car Made to Look Like New—Every Motorist Should Consider This a jjl§ Real Necessity. 1* Hand Brush Work-No Spraji Our modern fireproof building gives the workmen plenty of room and light that is necessary to turn out good work. ‘id Accommodations for 100 Cars 3$ Repairing and Overhauling 1 We employ the best expert re pah-men in the city and give a service with *1! each job that will make you a booster for us. Bring Your Car in Now. J; ELITE GARAGE J 91 PITCHER GRAND 4119 41 FOR SALK—RESIDENCE PROPERTI FOB ■ALB~»gIIPBHC» PROPERTY TOE IHg-lUillDgltCl P—W|iH An Exceptional Bum Beautiful apartment building on corner lot, 56x108 feet. Located in Northwest Ssdfl| of the city near Virginia Park. Contains eleven apartments, each with tiled bath, pffHjfifl front and rear porches, paneled dining rooms, floors throughout, woodwork in oak and enamel, plenty of good, full closets, tiled vestibules. Eight of these apartments hsJtjSjH rooms and bath, two of them have four rooms and bath. The price is $35,000 with fldjjjjH down. Owner being a builder will take some good vacant as part of the first paymen*rfT j| CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO. m 314-315 Holden Building. Phone Cadillac 7164. jJH Open evenings 7 to 9. •*£■ FOR SALK—FARR*. EIGHTY-ACRE farm. 16 mllea out Mtchigan-ave., good new 6-room house, 2 barns, farm Ilea on a cor ner and win cut up In 5-acre farms to good advantage. A bargain at sllO per acre: $2,000 cash will handle it. See MR. COTTRELL. EYSTER, The Farm Man Member Detroit Real Katate Board, 507 Majestic Bldg. A Beautiful Country Home of 58 acres, good buildings and land In high state of cultivation, 16 miles from city llmlta. Hart Bros., 1006 Chamber of Commerce. EIGHTY-ACRE farm. 36 mile* from Detroit, out Orand River and near Wixom. 70 acrea under cultiv«tl«*n• beat quality of clay loam and sandy loam noil: 60 acrea level and 2S> rolling, aood building*. *llo, wind mill and everything up-to-date, $67.50 per acre, half ea*h and n« trades. This la not a summer re sort or lake frontage, farm, but a farm that will Interest you if good land means anything to you. See MR, COTTRELL. EYSTER, The Farm Man Member Detroit Real Estate Board. 507 Majestic Bldg. FARM BUYERS—Gat my magaslne, ••Land.” It’s free. Mnnr bargains JAMES SLOCUM. Dime Bank Bldg. 40 ACRES QOOD LAND, partly im proved: new bouse; near town; SSOO. James Spence, Lake, Micbi gan. WANTED—RRAL MVATIt. Lots Wanted Now! Several builder* want flat and apart ment sites with all city improve ments. WALTER S. DARDEN CO. 1120 DIME BANK BLDG. CAD, 7622. I*OT OWNERS —Double your ordin ary nroflts by building an Aladdin Readl-Cut House. Quick erection, extremely low costs. Call at ones 607 Ford bldg., or phona Cad. 4fs4. FOR SALK—MISCRLLA.VBon. ALA D I'M N READ!-CUT HOME! —Sava four profits bv building this way. Call at 607 Ford bldg or phona Cad. 4664 for full information and prtoes. • ROOMS—Furniture rooms com pleta. II week. Sumner. Mich. A <tfc. Typewriters—Late Models Underwood, Corons HAyal, Smith, Remington. $lO to #SO, or rent $1 to $3 month. DETROIT TYPEWRITER CO. 1(0 JefTerson-ave., nr. Wood. M. 4102. STORAGE furnltuure. nearly new, bar gain pries Sumner Po« Mich. A 4th. Typewriter Bargains sls to $(0, direct from factory, easy terms UNDERWOOD. ROYAL CO RONA, ETC. Renting $1.50 up. Largest stock in city. U. 8. TYPEWRITER CO.. T Campus Martlus next Detroit Op era House. Cadillao 605. BODA FOUNTAIN, billiard and pool a bias oew and aeeond-hand. Geo. uth Cos., I Farmer-s*. E Z terms business orroKTi virtEV. BOULEVARD LOTS S2OO Do you want tp douhle. yes treble. your money In thirty days? Let me show you where 1 can sell ou regular S4OO Boulevard lots for S2OO. This may seem absurd to you. but let me take you out and show you. Remember! Your personal Investiga tion and Inspection of property will not coat you a penny. K. F. JONES. Cadillac (772. BY JOINING with 50 others In a co-operatiVe lot fturchase club you pan obtain two ots for the price of one, on easy monthly payments. For Instance, you can procure regular #2OO Fort st. suhd'vision lots for $1(0; also (500 North Woodward section lots, subdivision right on car line, for $290. Call or address Co-Operative lx>t Purchase Cluh, suite No. 1. 454 Casa-ave. inear Bagg). Telephone Cadillac 72(1. QUICK PROFIT*— Build an Aladdin House on your lot anJ make pulck »nd profitable turnover. Calf •*“ 'oid btdg„ or p: -»ne Cadillac 4((4 HAS 1 f 4f.A PDIN OARAUE J44JL AO t-rlnl '■omststs cfMW Mbda r\ny trd-r Ford bldg- «r AUCTION SALES AttffOlf, IAMB AUCTION SALE First Fanners' Public Pure Bred Bull Sale 1 HATCH HERD after breeding purs brad Holsteln-Frleslan cattle for.. jPNLjj past 10 year* inaugurates this type of sale for farmers In order J9Nf,'lj high-class breeding may be available In the ordinary auction aakfc BmM YPSILLANTX MICH. -. J £ (At East End of Cross Street Bridge) MAY 2, AT 1::00 P. M., SHARP IdtM This Is a BREEDERS' Hale. It will Include TWENTY PURE . REGISTERED HOLSTEIN- FRIK SIAN BULLS ready for aerrlcfiMißl younger. They are all aired by our two herd sires, KINO JEWEL KORNDYKE, a eon of KING OF THE PONTIAC*. tkojjM - e*t living dairy airs, and KINO LITNDE PONTIAC KORNbYKWTfIi who 1* out of a son and a sister of KINO OF THE PONTIAC*, Tjpjji will therefore be Introducing FI FTY PER CENT of thla breeding In the offspring of any o na of these pure brad jfrttEgrMW This prospective profit will mi k# the ordinary small Among these male offer Inga will be the son of a d«g>’ W V/3 seven-day butter record of 37.5 T I»a., tasting 4.45, a SO* BPfßbjSMm daughter with a world's record for age and 11-pound - "hut four are trom dams already- fnthe advanced registry. L - ! 'IIRf Thi* .««le will also Include NINE I*l7 RE BRED REGISTERED PKKA9HK9 AH of these old enough are bred to either our Junior Of* sire. One will freshen In May. One la a daughter of M-NtBINKHH to our Junior herd sire. Three are already In the advanced rtfME&W All are registered and full papers go with each animal. 'Mt above six months of age are tuberculin tested. Catalog! fgwmmmi ready for mailing upon request of those interested, giving pedUftEKjPMl each animal. The terms of sale ara cash, or good bankaKls a6#*rjMH not to exceed one year, drawln g Interest at $ per cent par annngi. CHARLES F. THOMPSON, WILIAM B. MMCkC&SM OUY F. . THOMPSON. _ . _ ProglldJiEt •» Auctioneers Telephone 33 of 14i. A aM AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILMB. 101 AUTO PLANTS IN ONE ;ftl A purchase of another Mg auto com peny last week—Means another- fcWK price reduction In which you wh ere. SPRINGS, MANY SIZES AND TYPES, $2.00 UP. RADIATORS, ALL SIZES AND TYPES, $15.00 UP. Wallace Shock Absorbers—set of four—all steel—no malMwl iron—sl.B9. ~ a'JM Merc* "workout lighting" carbon remover—box of 24 tabetp—<£. otMHHeW less than six cents per cylinder. 'TJiey work whlla you ride." flt] Visit Our Accessory Store Bargain Counter—A Dollar Lome Like Ten. ’' j| Big stock of bodies, tops, fenders, front and rear axles. tranamlMkMmgß and In fact everything to put your car In perfect running ordea■ J world's lowest prices. TO Open Sundays from 9 A M. to 1 P. Ma Write or call for Illustrated bargain bulletin Puritan Machine Cos., Phone W. 22971 421 LAFAYETTE BOULEVARD, DETROIT, U. S. A. -i 1 ALL PARTS FOR ALL CARS ■ M FOR SALE—MIBCELLANBOPI. rOM PALM—MIgCELLAMBOP* • VT DOESN'T PAY TO BE POORLY DRESSED 500 SUITS ss46s] COST sls, S2O to SBS Thees suits have been left in pawn by traveling men. Tfmf are the best fabrics and latest fashions or we wouldn't mm money on them. DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. STEINBERG'S i j 117-119 MICHIGAN AVE., NEAR CASS. cjj FOB • ALB—VACANT LOT*. 808 LOTM j OUT GRAND RIVER WAY SHADY BROOK ; j THAT’S IT _ Q . . . rH.mr.MU# scenic and delightful. You will enjoy It TIM and Shady Brook, ncturejwue seen Low La»dg and then 9Mb* J ».nk?“andTo£f« wltk lt. highlands It s a beautiful ramM | you would be pioud to own. Ixioated Just 17 miles frMI ij m ta tiJtl slralaht out Grand Rlver-ave. Improvements: U|s- J lh# . liV iMi d««o' Tennis Court; Wlrs Fences and several Ijit* T sSl!i TRAt « «r-. .« Jf t*. -0.. »•*««&« j ,p„, on -r<» p RICEg AND TER HS OF | ROSIER & STUART £ 1411 DIME BANK BLDG. j FAB WALE—MACMiMBBT *so H r. (0-CYCLE I-Ohaae F.lectrl# Mott rs. We have other elxee. la muling plating dynamo* We rent or self Hoott Bros- g* Macomb-et TO WET WAll. FI A yon Beet makes. greatee( aa r/rVrs.: sssmss: iliac a Wuvdward-avn t FOR lALE AT LA9M ORIQN story boarding mwa at earn heat. ham. waedahgC Glllllilli PAGE FIFTEEN