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fWBDNKSDAY, MAY 3, 1911.
AUTO MEN FACE
[ BIG PROBLEMS
I. Walter Drake, President of
Hupp Corporation, Bo
views Industry
Manufacturing conditions In the
United State* In evenr Une •( In
dustry have been radically changed
because of the many new condltloni
Injected into the situation by the
world war. Probably no one indue*
try hae been ao widely affected as
the motor car bustneae. Automobile
ownore and the public generally
bare little or no conception of the
difficulties which hare confronted
the automobile manufacturere dur
ing the past year, it hae been only
through the reeourcefulneae of the
leading men in the industry that
oars oould be produced fast enough
to come anywhere near supplying
the demand, and even now everyons
of the more prominent concerns is
far behind in its orders.
The unique situation in the motor
car industry has been explained by
J. Walter Drake, president of the
Hupp Motor Car corporation, as fol
lows:
"Over a year ago, when the lead
ing manufacturers realised that
there would be an unprecedented
demand for automobiles, plans were
made to substantially increase pro
duction to meet this condition. The
situation at the Hupmoblle plant is
typical of that which took place In
many of the other large plants.
"In spite of our foresight, how
aver, two conditions arose which
could not have been anticipated,
namely—a greater demand for cars
than even the most optimistic had
forecast and a physical inability on
the part of the material and part
concerns to comply with the tremen
dous demands upon their capacity.
“No manufacturer could meet the
conditions that arose. Contracts for
materials meant that the capacity of
the shops would be pro-rated among
the contracts. Increases In raw ma
terial coat were followed by In
creases of contract prices. Mate
rial people are simply In a position
of taking cam of their customers on
the nearest approach to a pro-rating
of their capacity upon their con
tracts. All the large automobile
companies have their orders in. It
is simply a rase of getting them
filled.
“The acquisition of the Jackson
plant has been a great advantage
for our company. There we produce
all of our axles and many of the
parts for the Hupmoblle which we
could not otherwise obtain through
th% usual sources.’’
IRELAND AND
MATTHEWS WILL
BUILD NEW PLANT
David M Ireland, president of the
Ireland A Matthews Manufacturing
Cos., announcer that the company
WIH ••wet anew factory building on
S Site lying between Heard and
Oreen-avcs a.u! the Michigan Cen
trgi railroad that will give approx!
mutely f>o per cent more production
capacity. Erection of the buildings
Will be -farted at once It is the
intention of tin company's official.*
to abandon the present buildings on
Iroa-st.. where they have been lo
rated for many years.
One of the structures will be four
stories high, and there will be sev
eral others. Including a power house.
The tree* the company has acquired
coiaprlser seven acres.
I Produce j
DETROIT, Mich., May S— Commli
•lon own hmi nothing new In the
way of (lth<T prli’M or condltloni to
report for the mid-week trade. On
account of the rain them were not
aa rhany huyera on the atreet aa
usual. and trade on the whole was
a little <|diet. Poultry dealera are
bringing In stock from t>hlo, and
other ala tea at the rate of a car or
more dally, and were It not for this
the market would he almost hart of
offerings, aa express receipts are ex
tremely light. Rutter la steady at
the decline and eggs at the advance
Th market la fairly well supplied
with fresh vegetables, and while
are coming freely the
demand keeps the market firm.
agw|g« atrt-n, ll.wtt; Baldwlna
(dlitV; RmU Rel 94 09 bbl.;
greenings, |lo> 59 hot.; western box
apple#. 91.Tiff).21 box.
Beaatjs* -4J.>od shipping stock.
91.1f02 per bunch.
ffsana—Dried Umaa, 9HO7c lb.
Cisstaarhii 11.H91.U par bu.;
92.7 k per bos.
Canlldower —l2 80® 2 per crate.
Cabbage -at.7ko2 per bbl.; new
aabbage. 92.7503 per crate.
Cheese —Michigan data 2740; Now
Torlt ltc. Swiss. 22 02ic; imported
Swiss, 2k#4oc; llmburger. I-1 V... 17«;
1-lb.. Ik He; brick cream. 1» Ho: long
■orns. llHc; daisies. l?H01*e lb.
Preaaed Cnlvoo—Fancy, 124 013 c;
common. 11012 c lb.
inrook VewesoMaa—<kreen peppers,
91.4002.k0 crate; kOc basket: radish*
•S, long. 20022 c; round. 2ko*"r
dosen, lettuce, 10011 c per lb.; par
sley, 2002 kc dos.; cucumbers, hot
house. |1.26 01.kO per dos.; hotnouae
Sumatoea. 22 0 2ke lb.: carrots. 7007k0
u.; head lettu a e. 12.7903 hamper;
wax beans. 190 9.90; green beans,
(909.90 bu.; shallots, 40090 c doa.;
Florida* tomatoes. 9tr9005.7R case;
pie-plant. 90 0 40c dos.; green onions.
12Ho per dot.; asparaatue. sections,
99#|.2k per box; green pass. 9202 2.'
per hamper.
Grnpe Fratt—92.7lo2 50 per crate.
Ilaaoy—Fancy whits, new. 10017 c:
amb»r, 10© lie lb.: extracted. 701 c
df—Detroit snippers are paying
the fallowing price o for baled hay In
«gr lots. f. o. b.. Detroit; No. 1
timothy, 921.900 22; standard tim
othy. 120,500 2t. light mixed. 120.50
• 21; Xo 2 timothy. $11010; No. 1
mixed 911.99019; No. I mixed, 111
512; foo. 1 cloVer. IH014; rye slrsw.
,90 09; .wheat and oat straw. 99.
7 per ton.
IggViiWy.redr-
Maabrssass In 0 49c lb.
Oey gsa ■ Nareli <19114 por bog;
Florida*. |x.250k.50 hog.
Oalsne -Texas Bermudas, yellow,
1.7902; white, 12 0 2.29 per crate.
•nlen sete —Yellow. 19 0 9,29; white,
91.990 4 per bu.
Mioapplee- 14 04.90 per crate.
FOknlees White, Mcofl; reds. 05c
111 new Bermudas. HO9 H bbl , IS
'.’■mx.
bn.; aew Fiundas. Mono bw.
Nsltn gprtngs. ligate; heavy
hens, ItpSlo: medium hens. tlQlOo;
iSR tt* no:
l«Nt Pntelnae Jersey. 11.75 per
hamper.
•jvowhevetea—l4-pint eases, 91.750
I; 14-qt. cases. 1t.9501.50.
aoisne mesa.
Tma beans. 9101.95. Corn: Faney
Salas. .91.15; elaadard. 11. Table
testa. 11.9501.49. Peas: Fane* early
une. fi.l9; standards, |l. Salmon,
all 91.99: flat, pings. Ho. Tomatoes,
l l.ft; Marrowfat peas, |1: early
uas. 91.19; sifted early June. 91.49
M pead Jobbing prtooe la M-bbl.
eachs: Bran, 914: standard middlings.
Its; fine middlings. Ill; cracked
earn, lit: corn and oat chop. 111 ton.
Blear—Jobbing prices. Best MlchL
gen patent, 9V.19, second patent
ft 10; straight. 95. M: pure rye, 99;
spring patent, |9.90 per bbl. In paper
Mens
Detroit Oil—Raw linseed oil. ISo;
boiled linseed, ISo gal. la barrel lota
Kerosene In iron barrels: Diamond
headlight, l.le; perfection. 9.5 c; pal
aclne, 10.9a; red orown gasoline. 100
*'Hardware—Nalls, 99.75 keg case:
annealed wire, 1a.79 per bundle; gal
vanised barbed wire. J-point. 0.19
per spool: galvanised sheet a, 94-
gauge. $5.05; 27-gaugcx 15.35; 21-
gauge, 9M9; ho-gauge, $5.00 per cwt;
Huhl bronsed axes, elngte handled,
It: double, sl9 per dos.: black sheet
metal. IS and 14-gauge. 13.15; It
gauge, 93.90; 97-gauge, $3.35, 29-
gauge, 13.40 per cwt. Carriage bolts,
small, 50, 10 and 5 off; large, 40 and
5 off; machine bolts, email. 50, 10
and 10 off: large 40. 10 and 5 off Hat.
Hides— No. 1 cured hides, lie; No. 1
freen hides, 15c; No. 1 cured bulls,
Sc; No. 1 green bulla, 10c; No. 1
cured veal kip. X%b; No. 1 green veal
kip, 10c; No. 1 cured murrain, 15c;
No. 1 green murrain, 15c; No. 1 cured
calf, 37c; No. 1 green calf. 24c: No. 1
horae hides. $5: No. 3 horse hides. 94
No. 1 tallow, !<•; No. 3 tallow, 7o;
No. 3 hides, 1c off; No. 2 kip etui calf.
lUc off: sheepskin (as to amount of
wool). 60c0|2 SO.
I* 1 *!
B agar —Corrected aally by W. H.
Edgar A Hon.: Crystal dominoes. 3-
lb. $11.10; Do. 5-lb., 911.20; Eagle
tablets. 110; cut loaf, 99.15; cubes,
11.40: XXXX powdered. 13 25: stan
dard powdered, 95 20; granulated, ex*
tra coarse. 97.96; granulated, fine. In
bulk. S7.SO; granulated. I's-lb. cot
tons. $7.90; crystal domino gran., 2-
lb. and 5-lb. cartons In cases, 9* 10.
crystal domino, gran., HF cases,
$9.20; diamond A. 97.90; confection
ers’ A. 97.75: No. 4. f7.90; No. 5. |7 76;
No. 4, 97 70; No. 7. 97.45; No. 9. 97 A0;
No. 9 9755; No 10. 97 60; No. 11. 97.45;
No. 13. 97.40. No 13. 97.35; No. 14.
97 35; No 15, 97.35; non-caking mix
ture, 99.75; beet granulated. 97.70
per Ino lbs.; household powJ„ Is
34 to case. 9--50; Do, 49 to case. 94 50
per case.
The lumlicr mills throughout tlie*
country hsve effected a great sav
ing in wood WBste hy sulirtituting
the band .saw for the old fashioned
circular taw.
PIJSg
ONE CENT A WORD
Cash with order; if charged. 7c a
line.
No transient advettlslng Inserted
lor less then 15c with cash; If
(hanged. 160 per Insertion.
The above rates apply to ell rlassl
t cations except Birth*. Cards of
Thanks, Obituaries, Meeting Notices,
etc.
Births. Deaths, Cards of Thanks
und meeting Notices Minimum
charge, 35c for 25 words or less. Each
additional word. 1 i-3c.
Births
BOY 8
Mike Hnlaholch, 52 Whiting. Clar
ence K, Wn*<|, lot* Baldwin, Unv
mond \ 33 Toiler. Frederick
A Wunderlich, 535 Heniteaii; Joseph
i'. I Under. 21* H.irt; Salvatore Itlg
aio. 547 (Minton; I’eter StelmncsyY
1123 (*hene; Herman Gutckonst.
Gra> - hospital; Jacob fhddsteln, I**
Willis K.: Domenico Novelll, It 1 )
Mil. k, Frank Wards, 173 Otis, Ilenry
A Harding. 527 Fisher Arthur An
derson. Grace Annex. Edward Oracn
ing. 307 Melbourne, George liavls,
ASS Clinton. Andrew Barr. 371 Can
ton; Anthony Vink. 552 Cooper,
Frank Knfdln, 418 Canton. Frank
(leb« t , r . H* Beard; Archibald D. Hul
ley, 107 Fort \V.; John Narbock, 72
Bismark; Mike Haves. 157 Sycamore;
(\ Cl I.llllbrldge 319 Rosednle; Irwin
II Mason, 1246 West (Jrand-bl vd.;
Albeit It Mroachey, 691 Ferdinand;
Edward Mnlltx. 5o Homer; Albert
Richards, 7*l Twenty-fourth; Edward
Koveschowskl, 1561 Junction; Olen
Skiff. 54 Worcester; Frank IsmholT.
597 Congress K.; Oeorge L. Hamil
ton, 2A5 Grand River; Percy R. Beas
ley. Woman's hospital; Charles O.
Williamson Woman's hospital; Ed -
ward N. Dlebler. 479 Thirty-third;
August Bankstahl, 420 Baldwin.
OIRLB
Oscar Karanen, 276 Forsythe- Tony
Polec, 169 Vlsger: George Lake 1<»
Cottage Grove; Vito Stlnco. 139 Has
sell; Gaspare Mlcoll. 539 Clinton;
Marian Kralman, 69 Finley; Stanis
laus Koralowskl, 1276 Ht. Aubln: Ford
Hendrickson, 445 Fisher; Benjamin H.
Karrer, 416 Heyhurn; William F
Proefke, 73 Stevens. August t«nhr, 30
Celeron; Harry llllsenrath, 102 Good
win; Walter W. Pranty. 35 Cottage
Grove; Adelhert Kator, 619 Meldrum;
Henry W. Tank. 132# Fifteenth; John
W. Ferris. 31* Moran: Albert Baran
nyk. 551 Alexandrine E.; William
Bednaraky. 2*9 Wosat*n; (’bar lea
Wedler 32 Thirty-fifth: Frank Som
mera, 616 Twenty-elghfn; Adel Tan
deesr. 197 Hendricks; Frank S« horn
ack. 7*i Mt. Aubln; Joseph Donka. 20
Forman; Frederick Knderlck. 426 An.
tletam; Burt J. Horsodl, 449 Dlstel;
Dlfa Jacobson. 537 T«an*lng: Mathew
Weldon. 1071 Sheridan; Paul Gnsdt,
637 Artillery; Clarence W. Itathburn,
1361 Beaublen; John H. Rellsle. 157
Oregon; Fred Pleteher. 2273 fx>gsn:
Henry Hennessey, *36 LeMay; Stants-
Inw Knrwoskl. 150 Ht. Joseph; Daniel
Connelly Llvernols-rd ; Robert O.
Hardy. 7*5 Third; Jamea G. Zufelt.
1096 Crane; Frank M. Hook, 6*9
Busch.
Mortuary
CHCHCH—May 2. 1014. at daughter s
home 205 Van Pyke-ave., Albert
Ifuntley. aged 99 years, father of
Mrs. Anthony J. f’stdyke, grand
father of Mrs, P. Oordon Picket I
Puneral Thursday, 2:30 p. m., from
residence. Burial private.
DO%ff—May 1. 1914. l.ulu M . aged 29
rears, beloved daughter of Prank
>. and (’assle and slater of Lillian
and Itussell Loan and Mrs. Joseph
Fournier. Puneral from residence,
•72 Townsend-ave., Thursday, Mny
I Time later. DecCrtsed was a
member of Knyal Neighbors.
CHI NCH—May 2. 1915. at daughter's
home, 209 Van Dyke*ave.. Albert
Huntley, aged 9* years, rather of
Mrs. Anthony J. Ooatdyke, grand
lather of Mrs. F. Oordon Plckell.
Funeral Thursday, 2:30 i>. m.. from
residence.' Burial pr'vate.
FLANAfi AN —May 1. l»l«. Catherine
Flarw»g»n. Funeral Thursday from
residence, 409 Meldrum-ave., at •
o'clock, to t)ur Istdy of Help church
at 9:20. Burial at Mt. Olivet via
auto.
HINSC'MFIKI.D- May 2. at residence,
139 Mcl.enn ave, Charles B„ be
loved husband of Belle and father
of Hydney C. I»»nl«| C. and Milt on
C. Hlrachdeld Puneral from real*
dence Thursday, 2 o'clock.
Mortuary
9IOTT—May 1. at ner residence. 3*»
Phjuette-ave., Emily A., aged 74
years, widow of the late John T.
Mott and sister of John T. and the
late W. If. Davison. Funeral from
residence Thursday at 2 p. ni. In
terment at Royal Oak.
PH ATT—Charles. Mr., aged 79 years,
at his home in Ford, Ont.. May 1,
1414, beloved brother of Dumas and
father of Captain Frank C.. Churlee
F.. Theodore. Mrs. F. J. Whits. Mrs.
K. W. Donaldson and Mlii Elisa
Pratt. Funeral Thursday morning
at 9 o'clock from Our I.a»dy of the
Lake church. Ford. Ont.
TKAOAN —May 2, 1914. at his resi
dence, 9 latkeland-avr.. Grosso
Points, J. P., hdoved husband of
• Ellen Teagan. Funeral from resl
tence Thursday at 1 p. in. Grand
awn cemetery.
VBUNOD —Charles K. 1.. May 3. 1914.
aged 97 years, beloved husband of
Mary A. Vernor, father of Charles,
Ben and Nellie Vernor, of Detroit,
and Mrs. O. D. Crockett, of New
York. Funeral from the home, 743
Commonwealth-ave, Thursday at
2:30 p. m. Alpena papers please
copy.
“Try Remo V.oral Bsrvics/
“Flower* for Everybody"
The 1* Bemb Floral Company.
Albert Pochdon
Main 3003 :S3 Batsa-st.
MEETINGS.
ATTENTION. CAN ADI ANB—You aro
Invited to a meeting to be held In
Ht. Andrew's ball, US Congress-st.
east. Thursday evening, May 4. at 9
p. m., for the purpose of organising
a branch of the Canadian Patriotic
Fund to assist In caring for depend,
ants In Detroit. Detroit Auxiliary.
James Cunningham, Hec'y.
" Kl l ‘ * ANTED—M alb. ~
BRIGHT, WILLING YOUNG
MAN TO WORK IN STOCK
AND SHIPPING ROOM.
GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR
ADVANCEMENT. MU S T
GIVE REFERENCES.
HERMAN & BEN MARKS
212 MICHIGAN AVE.
OFFICE BOY
GOOD JOB for bright boy
oft 6. Apply at once to
City Editor, Times.
TO FIT THE EMPLOYER
with employes whom we think will
satisfy him is our atm.
STAR EMPLOYMENT
7 West Montcalm.
WANTED Esporlenced house-to
hntiAc canvawr. Good salary for
reliable and energetic man Apply
Circulation Department. Ths De
troit Times.
HKI.P WANTED—-KE 39 A Lie.
DO YOU KNOW
that we can get you Just the situ
ation that you are looking for?
STAR EMPLOYMENT
7 West Montcalm.
I (REMHM A K ERR- —First-class waist,
skirt and coat hands Miss An
deison. 241 Woodward.
“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.
OFFICE POSITIONS
We specialise on stenographers and
office help of all kinds.
STAR EMPLOYMENT
7 West Montcalm.
RAGTIME PIANO TAHOHT tn 19
Itasons—-l.atoma School of Popular
Music. M. Frances Berry. Caalllae
1915-J 96 BroKowtr.
ACCORDION FLAITINO
Sara A Smith. 219- Woodw'd; alao hem.
stitching, buttons covered, fh'y 3913
APTpwQßfl.gg.
ALADDIN GARAGE 946 56. All ma
terial complete. Shipment mads
day order received. Call 907 Ford
blag., or phone Cadillac 4994.
KONST to Loan.
Liberal Loans on Real Estate
Money to loan on Vacant
Second mortgage loans on reality.
Will bur equities In vacant lots and
Improved property.
EBERT. 809 Majestic Bldg.
COLHTRCCTm-. ..VANS Liberal
amounts. .1 F Weber. 204 Gratiot.
laFiTcontracts bought
Liberal loans on real estate. Money
to loan nn vacant; second mort
gage realty loans.
EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg.
WE BUY LAND CONTRACT*
Detroit Contract Cos.
1 13-919 Hammond Bln* oad 4919.
STOWAGE! A.vll cAWTAOIU
ACME Btorage mammoth warehouse.
Storage, mi-vlng. M. 999, 41 Ollmaa,
CENTRAL STORAGE CO. moving,
packing, fireproof; rafoa right. Mo
tor vans for suburban moving.
Phone Cadl'iao 99.
ROE HI. BROS., Storage. Cartage and
Packing Os lice 163 Alfred. Ridge 934
PARTY MOVING to California can
rent part of car Cantta) storage
C». Cadillac 49.
* ■ .!■ - -----
TO KENT— HOCSK».
rlennftn Rental Agency
A free ’.lst of houses and Rata Call
In person at ths oldest and largest
real estate exchange tn Michigan
1 MrdRAW BI.DO.
' to iticm^w/iimr
PIANOS Best makes, greatest as
sortment: yenr's rent allowed on
purchase. ORINNELL BROS.. 944
Wuodward-ava
TO RENT—WUIIWI.
HOTEL FRANKLIN
Cor. Lamed and Paten - only a block
from Woodward and lefforsou-avo*
Extra fine, steam-boated rooms at
special Winter Rate*, 59c. 71?, 91.
51.59 per day. 99 to *> oof work
|7 KRIICHKVAL-AVE. —A few nice
rooms, al) modern, convenient in
all car lines.
Pristler—thx oiam oral filnd—tbot
Is Sckl—Tlmr« .i«b Degt.—Main titan
' DETROIT TIMES
r«g PALE—MIdCKLLANfIHHIk.
LING'S LATEST LIST
OK UPRIGHT PIANO BARGAINS
Harrington. full alse 9 45
Chlckerlng. very old .75
Hetnse. full sise 114
Schiller, In good condition..... 135
Smith A Nixon, largest and
bnest style .199
Newby A Evans, entirely re
finished, fine tone 94fl
Crown, used In concert work.. 340
Clough A Warren, Tull slse, a
bargain 95
Schiller, fine tone and action.. 1»U
Bchlller-Bachmann, returned
rental I” 11
Weston, full slse, p00r........ 75
Marshall, cannot be told from
new I*4
Newby A Evans, fine tone and
action ;«4
Itegal, good ae new
Milton. In good condition, sweet
tone ... ■•••>«
Newby A Kvane, concert used.. 3!»
Newby A Evans, very old, sweet
tone 144
Kranlch St Bach *s•
A. A F. E. Hanson, parlor slse.
tone poor *0
Kurts Broa. "used less than 4
p months" J*4
• —, entirely rellnlshed
—-■ . well known make.... 175
Those with names omitted, as * cour.
tesy, are leading makes sold by
our friends In the business.
Hold on easy monthly payments JJ
desired. New pianos for rent 9*
and 13.50 monthly.
LING PIANO HOUSE,
71 Llbrsry-ave. _
Cor. Grand Itlver-avs. East, back of
the public library. Established 1999.
911* BUYS WHITNEY PIANO. Bplen.
did rosewood; finely reflnlsned ana
thoroughly overhauled;
offer; easy payments. ORINNELL
BROS.. 245 Woodward.
ALA DIMS RE ADI-CUT HOM»—kkve
four profits by building this way.
Call at 607 Ford bldg or phona
Cad. 4664 for full Information and
prices.
6-PIBCK PARLOR HUITE. re
covered In leather or tapestry
and mode ov#r like new.
MBJ) sl2
COUGH EH Re-up- AA
hotetered In tapes- J)7)1111
try or leather.
tap^ptry
SINGER PIANO only 9173; fine sum-d
oak. thoroughly modern; full, rich
tone Remarkable bargain. Easy
terms. ORINNELL BROS.' Branch
57 Monroe.
360-H. I*.. 60-CYCLB. 3-phase Elec
tro Motors. Wc have other slsea.
Including plating dynamos. We
rent or sell. Hcott Bros., 34 Ma
comb-at.,
ROOM?.—Furniture to- rooms com
pletn. 91 week. Sumner. Mich. A 4th-
CORNET BAROAIN-*One J. W. York,
silver plated, gold bell. "B” rt :»t.
quick change, professional model:
two mouthpieces, low and high
pitch slides, square plush-lin<<l
case. Used hut little and like new.
935 takes It.
TYPEWRITERS —Late Models
Underwood, Corona,
Royal, Smith. Reining.
ton. 910 to 950 or rent
II oo to 92 00 month.
JBf liETROir TYPE
WRITER CO.
Main 4102. 160 Jefterson-ave.
near Wood.
RTORAOE furnltuure.oesrly nsw. bar
gain price. Sumner O". Mi-n. A 4th.
RAN JO BARGAIN —One Fairbanks
Electric. 12-Inch htfad, 30 brackets,
fancy pearl Inlaid fingerboard, gen
uine Ivory pegs; fine condition Cost
S4O new. Our price this week only
sl2 ORINNELL BR(»H.' Branch. 57
Mon __________
HOD A FOUNTAIN, billiard and pool
tables, new' and second-hand. Geo.
Marsh Cos.. 20 E. Atwater. E 7. terms
Typewriter Bargains
915 to 960, direct from ractory. easy
terms. UNDERWOOD, ROYAL. CO
RONA. ETC. Renting sl-50 up.
Largest stock In city.
T’ S. TYPEWRITER CO..
7 Campus Martlus. next Detroit Op
era House. Cadillac 6695.
Store Fixtures; Soda Fountains
of all kinds manufactured; show
cases, counters, shelving. wall
cases, etc. Detroit Store Fixture
Cos.. 16-30 Catherlne-st. Phone Cad.
iliac 4731 for salesman.
WANTED—TU aXCHAXOE
WE EXCHANGE your old furniture
for new or K*vs you cash Mam
«®94. 161 Mfchtgan-ave
FEMkONAS.*.
SORE LEGS
Chronic or so-called incurable Ul
cers or Log Boros are healed by
the Corliss Method. Pain disap
pears after a few treatments No
scraping or cutting. External ap
plications. Heals while you work.
No matter how old or large and
painful
Corliss Laced
Stockings kjt I
are positively the b<>» > u£n «\ ’
support for Varices PYr f \ u
Veins. Swollen Limb Ift L \ *
or Weak Ankles N- I U Jll t
rubber. To be washo. I J* jl I »
and Ironed. Comfort 1
able, durable. e< ono»n 1 .
leal. Cost 92.60 fn; I|E J
two Ask for meas- lVi / s
urement blank No 3 Iff # “
DETROIT CORLIHH nHI ?
LIMB SPECIALTY CO V JI u
Detroit Havings Rank -
Bldg.. Mack % Orstlot. nEm\ -
Ground floor entrance Jm/\ °
on Mack. iV \ »
Phons Ridge *43 J
Lady Attendant. /L/ (_
ON ANI> AFTER APRIL 28. 1916. I
ain Viot responsible for the debts
made by my wife, L. Kutchlnsky.
NOTICE—If any poor girl is in trou
ble. needing ad vine, frlendsnip or
kelp, write or caU on SECRET ARY
MARGARET DUFFY. HI
west. NU vat lon Army.
row iAi,ic--tt߻imn.'
FOR BALK AT LAKE ORlON—Two
story hoarding house, 31 rooms,
steam h-at: barn, woodshed, ohlcg.
•n park, outside cellar, large gar
den. A'so hlgn-class fastest motor
boat on lake. Dr. C. A. DoCou. lock
box 999. Pontine. Mich.
row »AL»~VACANT L4>Tk. TOW tOTl
A.A.A
The Plats Are Now In My Office for
ROBT. OAKMAN’S
FORD' HIGHWAY
SUBDIVISIONS
For choice reservations see
S. M. FISHER
Branch Manager.
610 Moffat Bldg. Main 1402.
Open evenings till 8 o’clock.
Every Fidelity Heights Buyer
CAN GET A BUILDING LOAN ON HIS LOT
We are a loan company irlllnf property that we are aure will come
in for building aoon. You cannot get such eupport of subdivision
property elsewhsre.
Ask us to prove our statements. Our prices are lower than others. Our
lots are larger. A car line is In prospect down Llven»ola-ave. to cross
Palmer-blvd.. at our property. All our Improvements guaranteed In
your contract. Use coupon or phone us for auto appointment.
WAYNE COUNTY LOAN AND REALTY CO.
Equity Building. Cadillac 1141.
Without obligation on my part, give me full Information concerning Fi
delity Heights. 1 would like to see property on day
(fit
Name tT)
Phone No Addreaa
FOH RAI.E—BIRINBIR PROPERTY. FOR BALE—- BCSINKBg PKOPKRTY
JEFFERSON AVENUE STORE
JUST OFF WOODWARD
Full basement 20x100, freight elevator service,
FULL BASEMENT 20x100, FREIGHT
ELEVATOR SERVICE, STEAM
HEAT, HOT WATER
UNION TRUST COMPANY
RENTAL DEPT. M. 4470
FOR BALK—RKBIDKNCE PROPERTY FOR SALK—RESIDENCE PROPERTY
TWO-FAMILIES
St. Clair, price $5,500 with $1,600
down.
ColurtihUM, near Grand River, $7,100
with $2,500 down.
Leslie $6,500. with SBOO down.
Vine wood, $6,000 with $l,lOO down.
Delaware, $7,500 with $3,500 down.
Norwood, $3,600 with SSOO down.
Fourth-ave., $7,500 v*lth $3,500 down.
Delaware, sS.sm> with $1,500 down.
Palllater. $7,150 with $1,200 down.
Elmhurst, $7,500 with $2,500 down.
Delaware. $6 500 with $1,900 down.
Ford-ave., SB,OOO with $1,500 down.
Maplewood. $9,000 with $3,000 down.
Virginia Park, $1 2,500 with $6,000
down.
Northwestern, $0,600 with $3,000
down.
Delaware. $9,000 with $3,000 down.
CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO.
314-315 Holden Bldg. Phone Cadillac 7164
Open Evenings 7 to 9
ron >Ai,tt—mc»iPWscM rKorgßTif
KING AVE.
40-ft. lot, fine modern home with 8
MrtioniK. shown any time by ap
pointment. „ „
MAIA >X KY -('AM PBELL REALTY CO.
Inc.. 504 Free Press Bldg.
ON LOTHROP
Near Grand River and Northwetsern
high school, wf have A modern
home of 7 room*, hath and larg*
sleeping porch, which w* can acll
/or $4,850. about $2,500 cash or we
can exchange for equity In a two
flat or double houae If In or near
same locality. __
KI NOON REAL ESTATE CO.
704 Whitney Bldg. Main 8173.
IN RvISTRICTED DISTRICT
l.ook at 1 oj* Webb-ave. and phone our
office for appointment. Brick. 7
rooms, modern; lot 50x135; lot
worth $f.500; excellent care taken,
an conditions will show; beautiful
shrubbery and trees; possession af
ter May 10. Price only $5,760;
terms. c A kp OK co
Cadillac 2826. lISF-T?*! Majestic bldg.
Four-Family
Delaware, $16,500 with $6,000 down.
Seward. sl6;<*oo with $6,000 down.
Euclid, $15,000 with *O,OOO down.
Elmhurst. $14,600 with $6,000 down.
Buena Vista, slo.ooo with $3,000 down,
ralllster, $13,800 with $5,000 down.
Third. $15,000 with $6,000 down.
Northwestern, SIO,OOO with $4,000
down.
sixth $11,500 with $2,500 down.
Delaware. $16,000 with $5,000 down.
Co-Operative Realty Cos.
Sl4-.716 Holden Bldg. Phone Cadillac
7184. Open evenings 7 to 0.
COTTAGE—S3OO DOWN
Hart-ave., price $8,300; 8 rooms and
hath.
BEADLE,
Main $634. Room No. 4. McGraw Bldg,
TWO FLATS, VAN COURT
Near Warren and Jnnotlon-ave. car
llnea, $4,160 and $5,500.
ALEX. WATSON
803 Hammond Bldg.
5-Room House, $298
Complete material w»r building a I*
room cottge s2Bs. Save four prof-
Ita. Call 607 Ford bldg., or phone
Cadlllao 4164.
CHESTNUT ST.
Good, large cottage. In splendid con
dition, SSOO down; $2.500.
EBERT. 80f Majestic Bldjr.
FOR SALK—Three cottages, slso *-
room house, modern, convenient,
terms reasonable; buy of owner.
Phone Walnut J7lB-M.
HOWARD FLAT
Rental $552. Price $3,375. A splen
did Investment.
EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg.
f«4 VANCOUVEH—Two single;
M.96Q 00 Walnut 3»OvW.
WAIT TO Wt'Y~MIIC«U,ABKOi:i.
CASH for old false teeth, gold crowns,
broken Jewelry, diamonds, watches
etc., full value paid. Liberty Rfg.
Cos.. *7 Wooilw'rl, 4th fioor. elsvator.
Buena Vista, $»,000 with? $1,506 down.
Whitney. SB,OOO with SI,OOO down.
Bewick, $6.97$ with terms.
Ferry. $25,000 with $12,000 down.
Walnut, $6,600 with half down.
Westminster. $7,800 v/fth $1,600 down.
Belmont. SIO,OOO with $6,00* down.
Hull-ave., $1,900 with $376 down.
Philadelphia. $7,500 with $2,000 down.
Colburn-pl.. $8,500 with $4,000 down.
Columbus. SB,OOO with $3,500 down.
Euclid. $8,500 with $2,500 down.
Virginia Park. $12,600 with ss.ooo
down.
Ford, SIO,OOO with sß,soo down.
Medbury. $17,500 with $6,000 down.
Kirby, $9,800 with $3,000 down.
Greenfield, $9,000 with $4,000 down.
Ford. $9,800 with $9,000 down.
Twelfth. $6,400 with $3,000 down.
Hague. $9,000 with $3,000 down.
FOR fiALB—FARMS,
A FARMER’S FARM
12 acres, 1U miles from Oxford, on a
good road, mile from Interurban;
noil slightly rolling and very pro
ductive: ordinary farm buildings: a
new stable to accommodate 10
cows; good well and windmill; 3
acres apple orchard; 26 acrea wheat
and rye: 15 acrea new clover seed
ing; 12 acrea meadow and 16 aertfs
oats: all In A1 condition. Price of
this farm Is $125 per acre There
Is also a complete set of farm tools
and 10 Jersey cows, 2 lsprses and
2 mules. 10 pigs and a large num
ber of chlcltcns for sale on the
{arm. This la an A No. 1 proposl
lon for the man who wants a
completa outfit to go on and do
business with. Write or phone F.
B. WATTLES. Manager Farm Dept.,
DIAMOND REALTY CO.
3009 Woodward. Hemlock 8042. Even.
Ing Hemlock 2079-R.
37 ACRES
Twenty miles from Detroit, elose to
good roads, house and barn, only
$3,000, S6OO down.
10 ACRES
On car line near Trenton, $3,500; easy
terms.
160 ACRES
Oakland county. 7 acres of lake, a
choice farm and the price Is right.
Consider small exchange.
MALONKY-CAMI’BKLL REALTY CO.
Ino., 504 Free Press Bldg.
YOU WILL WANT TO SEE
this 35-acre Oakland county farm,
when we tell you the price Is only
$2,800 and easy terms; 9-room
house. 30x40 barn and hen house.
Clay loam and muck soil. Located
on Maln-rd., 2 miles from Orton
vllle.
LEE WATLING, MOR. FARM DEPT
WALTER C. PIPER
400 Holden Bldg. Cadillac 488.
S. VV. cor. Griswold and Grand River.
FARM BUYERS—Oat my magastne.
“Land.** It’s free. Many bargains
JAMES SLOCUM, Dime Bank Bldg.
1U916K91 OFPOWTI NfTIBa.
BOULEVARD LOTS
S2OO
Do you want to double, yes treble,
your money In thirty days?
Let me show you where I can sell
ou regular S4OO Boulevard lota 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 cost y<>u a penny. K. F. JONES.
Cadillac 6772.
100% ON YOUR MONEY
By Joining with 50 others In a sub
urban land syndicate we can ahnw
' mu how $lO down and $lO monthly
for nine months will return you
over Jf2on. Syndics!e managed hy
one of the largest and most reliable
real estate firms In Detroit. Abso
lute security. Telephone, call or
address N. A. Miller. 410 Free Press
bl.lg Cadillac 7388
QUICK PROFITS—BuiId an Aladdin
House on your lot and make quick
and profitable turnover. Call 80T
Ford bldg,, or phone Cadillac 4584
TO EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE.
LAND CONTRACTS BOUGH? “
bIBERAL LOANS ON REALKSTATU.
DNf'Y TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTI.
MONEY To LOAN ON REALTY
EQUITIES.
REAL ESTATE K.XCHANOEB A
SPECIALTY.
EBERT, 309 Majestic Bid*.
row »ALB—9 ACAWT LQT9,
Moneymakers, Hear Ford's .
30 stet. Glendale-rd. $ 769
40 feet, Parkhurst, first block I,IM
100 fast, fourth Mock from
Woodward-attv 9-»IUs-rd.... 1,194
40 feet, first kiosk, Geneva.
north aids 9.996
30 feet, first block or Pavtßßa.
north slds 1,666
36 feet on Beaconstsld, first
block, l-lllle-rd. 760
40 feet, Stephenson. Barber sub.
No. 1, Royal Oak. first block 760
30 feet. Jerome .Park 606
16 feet. Hudson. 916-Mlle-rd.... 636
46 feet on Puritan, third block 3,000
10*400 feet, Rldge-tfl,. highly
natrlcted 3.600
30 feet on Pilgrim, west or
Hamilton 1,460
Terms on nearly all the above.
DIAMOND REALTY CO.,
3009 Woodward. Hemlock 3046.
100% AGAINST 8%
If your money Is only earning t% In
tns bank, write ua and we will
show you how each 910 down and
$lO monthly for nine months will
return you at least S3OO. Larger
amounts In proportion.' Absolute
security. Investigate. Call or tele,
phone N. A. Miller. 410 rrec Press
bldg. Cadillac 7966.
BUILDING LOT SNAP
$1,380, It* two-mil* circle. Also three
lots. S3OO each, near Michigan: slo*
down on each. Aere near Palmer
blvd.. $1,900 cash.
C. S. BEADLE A SON
Main 4534. Room No. 4, McOraw Bldg.
VACANT SNAPS
PINORF.E - AVK . near Llnwesfi.
30*135: $960; 9300 down.
JAMES-AVK.. close to Grand River.
Inside city limits, 6660; equity
about $260.
ALEX. WATSON .
90S Hammond Bldg.
VACANT BARGAINS
Gratiot Highlands, 40 feat. In
cluding water $l5O
Herbert, near Grand River 290
St. Jean, near Oharlevol* 746
EBERT, 809 Majestic Bldg.
Modem Bungalow $595
Complete material for building five
room modern bungalow $696. Ship
ment same day order received.
Call 607 Ford Bldg, or phone Cad
illac 4(64.
MICHIGAN-AVID. FRONTAGE, 949
fool. $450 cash, near Ford High
way. It's a good Investment.
Grand 5384-M.
BLOCK AND A HALF from Orand
River and ear loop; triangle corner
lot 109 ft. frontage. 63.650: SI,OOO
down. Excellent garage cite, wal
nut 1606-W.
ROYAL OAK LOTS—Have email
equity If taken for eaah at once.
Bex K. Detroit TMmea.
WANTED—MAI, BTAT9L
WILL BUY equities in vacant
lots, improved property or real
estate under foreclosure.
EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg.
Liberal Loans on Realty.
LOT OWNERS—DoubIe your ordin
ary profits by building an Aladdin
Readl-Cut House. Quick erection,
extremely low cost*. Call at once
607 Ford bldg., or phone Caa. 4664.
WILL PAY CASH
Fop Bargains in Real Estate
WIM buy equities In vacant lote and
Improved property.
EBERT, 309 Majwtlc Bldg.
Printing—-the pvatn neat ktn*—that
•a right—"lasea Jab De»t.—Mala 4gSk
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Secretary’s Ofllc*, 60 Broadway.
Detroit, Mich.. May 3. 161«.
BIDS ELECTRICAL FIX
TURES—NORTHERN HIGH
SCHOOL.
Sealed proposals will b# received at
this office until 4:15 o'clock p. m..
Tuesday. May 9, 1916, for furnishing
and Installing complete, the necessary
electrical flxtufes in the Northern
High School building.
Plans and specifications may he
aeen at the office of the Consulting
Engineers, Ammerman A McColl, 2346
Penobscot building.
Proposals must be submitted on
forms furnished by the Consulting
Engineers and accompanied by a
certified check or cash equal to 8
per cent of the hid. A surety com
pany bond will not be accepted in
connectim with the submitting of
proposals.
A deposit of $lO Is required for
each set of plans, to be repaid when
plans are returned. Also a rental of
$2 per day will- be charged contract
ors who retain plana longer than
agreed.
The Board of Education reserve*
the right to reject any or all bids.
CHA4?. A. GADD,
B-728 Secretary.
THE MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAIL.
ROAD COMPANY.
Detroit. Mich., April 3, 1916.
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of
The Michigan Central Railroad Com
pany will be held at the principal
office or the company. Room 303. Fif
teenth Street Passenger Station, De
troit, Mich., on Thursday, the Bth day
of June, 1916, at 10 o’clock a. m.. for
the purpose of considering and auth
orizing the purchase of part or all of
the railroads, rights and franchises
of the following named railroad com
panies. to-wlt: Bay City A Battle
Creek Railway Company, Battle
Creek A Htuigls Railway Company,
Canada Southern Bridge Company:
Chicago, Kalamazoo A Saginaw Rail
way Company, Detroit A Ray City
Railroad Company, Detroit Belt Line
Railroad, The Detroit A Charlevoix
Railroad Company, The Detroit. Del
rav A Dearborn Railroad Company,
Detroit. Toledo A Milwaukee Rail
road Company. The Grand River Val
ley Railroad Company. Jackson. Lan
sing A Saginaw Railroad Company.
Joliet A Northern Indiana Railroad
Company. Kalamaxoo A South Haven
6 allroad Company, Lansing Transit
allway Company. Michigan Air Lina
Itetlro,id Company. Ht. Clair A West
ern Railroad Company, and The Toledo,
Canada Southern A Detroit Railway
Company: and such oth-r matters ana
things as may be Incident to or nec
essary or appropriate to be done In
connection therewith
By order of the Board of Director*
D. W. PAnDEE.
Secretary.
DENTISTS.
DR ADAMS' DENTISTS
Corner MICHIGAN and GRISWOLD. Entrance 111 GRISWOLD.
Second Floor over Klnset’s drug store. Take atalra or elevator. Phono
Main 532. Look for sign over doorway.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION. REGISTERED
AND GRADUATE DENTISTS. ESTAB
DISHED 16 Palnleas Extraction Guar
anteed. By use off Gas or
* vFAPQ FRFF Vitalised Air. Also by a#
YhAKN. r KILE, application to gums.
’ Out -of - town Patient# ]
liEj* examination. £sli n ;''£ n t °uvrtZZ
1 V.'SdMI same day they eoato>. Comp J
• '■■’■•dim m soon! Today If you WIM.
mm written larjßK.
GUARANTEE wWU’hto! .lijSft
manta walls work to botitf I
„ ~T , V T _. . Ofltre Hoorb—Deity from
27 DENTAL • a. m. to » p . 8“ n w»
nn c w CHAIRS i?VlSra2j£ir«l
, v mm agams «ii time*.
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mint!
FOB OMKIIgjH
VITHFIU MB
UKBgiijSllM
whlcSi wTlt"be furnJwEnfi ttr
fsh'ng*
the* following C deacribed r *ii*tg{ <lllll
bonded* bv*Parkmaon!
war and Edwards (wbera
Lateral Bewer No. 6T6T. 1»
bounded by Epworth BMtoVgfiE/Sjttel
fax, north of Tlreman. llllS
lateral Bewer No. 6766. la 1
block bounded by Epworth BouImmHHS
Colfax, north and south of
Lateral Bewer No. 6T66.
bounded by Twelfth. Hamilton, wH
and Collingwood. VS
* Lataral Bewer No. 1666. Iy»
bounded by Maxwell and t«mS3B Cl
north of Harper (wbav* not alragw#
Lateral Bewer No. 3661 In Mmfl
avenue. between Charlevoix .Rfll
Each bidder mast depoolt tm A Mml
arate envelope with kfe blfi m
fled bank check payable to tAefiSHHI
of the Department of Public
of the City of Detroit for Um anaSlßfl
two hundred dollars (9666) for MmHI
sewer bid upon, which will be fggvffl
felted to the Department in cue tSfls9
bidder falls (<> enter Into e«»tt9s|l
wtt'iln five days after the accepta*fi.dß
of hla tender. Contract* to bo gj|ftM
ject to the approval of the Coaoiflß
Council. The bidder whose tonftrMwl
accepted will be required to numllHS
with hla contract an approved kOMjl
to the City of Detroit In the'' fRHII
amount of the contract, coatltl—■■■
on the faithful performance of SMieflM
tract. -S
The contractor shall be yfilifi wM
bonds or the proceeds thereof, JfjJ
such bonds are purchased by flfingi
Sinking Fund Comralsalon aooordiagjjj
No bids will be accepted from fittHfl
person or firm who lo In ArrmnTWßm
default to the City of Detroit »HfijH
debt, contract, or obligation to MB
Printed specification in detail Mlffwf
the above work may be bad on IBinH
plication to the Secretary.
The Department of Publle WorkfJ
reserves the right to reject any grjy
all proposals i. 19
(No. 4663) GEO. H. FINKKLt* '■s
B-)1T ComnliidoMf.^
PROPOSAL FOR PIPE 1
LINE MATERIAL ||
Sealed proposals will be reoejyod
at the office of the Board of Fir#
Commissioners, Detroit, Mick- until
2:30 o’clock p. m.. Monday, May 6.
1916, for furnishing the Detroit Jfiif,
Department with material for High
Pressure Pipe Line, in accordingly
with plana, speeifiontlons and lleta «R
file In the office es Smith. HlpchmaS
i A Orylls, 710 Washington Arcad*.
The right to reject any or all btntt
lls expressly reserved. The euoMfiglpl
bidders will be regulred to furnish my.
satisfactory surety company bond 'Mtl
one-half the amount of contrast, all'
guarantee of fulfillment of the MW
Proposals will be indorsed aa per~
directions In spectflcatfpn* and will Js
be dellyered In duplicate to the MF.I
derslgned. 39
GEORGE J. FINN, J
B-766 Secretary. ■ j a |
■ATTLM CRERK * 9TOIUM
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Detroit. Mich., April 6. 1916.
Notice la hereby given that a 04* .
dal meeting of Ike atodraOlden At i
«e Battle Creek 4 Sturgis Railway
impany will be beld at the prIUSP"
ril office of the company. Room 66% 1
Ifteenth Street Paseenger StatMk ,
Detroit. Mick, on Thursday, the ffS >
day of June, 1614, at 16 a’cloek a. MU ...
for the purpose of considering and fl
authorising the ear* of part tfllffi
the railroad, rights and franchise* at ■
this company to The Michigan Can- ■
tral Railroad Company and sueb oth
er matters and things as may be tXNf .
cldent to or necessary or appropriate
to be done In connection therewith, r
By order of the Board of Directory 1
D. W. PARDEE,
Secretary*
1 "'.d
CANADA SOCTHBRN BRIDGB
COMPANY.
Detroit. Mich- April 6. lilt. '
Notice Is hereby gfyen that a ep6N
dal meeting of the etookhdders of
the Canada Southern Bridge Company
will be held at the principal of Am
of the company. Room 106. FUfteonth
Street Passenger Station. Detrain a
Mich., on Thursday, the 6th day of
June. 1916. at 10 o'clock a. m.. for tka
riurpose of considering and authortn
ng the sale of the railroad, rlflde '>
and franchises of this company t* *
The Michigan Central Railroad Com
pany and such other matters m|
things aa may be incident to or 8444
easary or appropriate to be don# fib
connection therewith.
By order of tbe Board of Dtreotaiß j
D. VT. PARDEE.
Secretary.
■AY CITY 46 BATTLB CRMMK
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Detroit. Mick, AprU 4. 161 k
Notice is hereby given that a epa*
clal meeting of the stockholdera at
the Bay City A Battle Creak Railway
Company will be held at the prladMU
office of the company. Room 666. Fif
teenth Street Passenger Station, De
troit. Mich., on Thursday, the 6th day
of June, 1916, at 19 o’clock a. m., fat
the purpose of considering and auth
orizing the sale of the railroad, rights
and franc'hlses of this company Id
The Michigan Ceatral Railroad Come
pany and such other matters ant
things aa may be lnctdeat to or Man
essary or appropriate to be do»a m
connection therewith.
By order of the Board of Dtreqtork
D. W. PARDEB,
Seeretary. I
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