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FRIDAY, JUNK 9. 1916.
CALF SELLS FOR $20,000 AT AUCTION King Champion Has Apple Knocked Down To Ohio Man SALE CONCLUDES HOLSTEIN MEET First 57 Head Offered Bring Average Price of $1,140.50 The convention of Holstein breed •r«. which ha* been on In Detroit thin week, cloned with an auction aale of registered cattle, Thur*rta> afternoon and Friday morning, at the Michigan State Fair ground*. If the farmers of Michigan and the in habitants of Detroit had any doubt an to the importance of the Holstein breeding Industry In America, these doubts have all been dispelled by thin wonderfully enthusiastic con ventlon and sale. There were isu cattle In the offering which wan made under the auspices of the N» tional Holstein Freislan Sale t’o , of Michigan, the sale director being II A. Moyer, of Syracuse. New York 9, T. Wood, of Uverpool, X. Y., was on hand with the statistics and a five-minute talk from this well Informed stockman was ne«rl> always followed by a s.*,<» addlllon to the selling price of the animal whose praises he sang An ahie corps of auctioneers was led by the veteran. Col. D. I* Perry, of Co lumbus, O. The cattle offered were all up to the vefy feather-edge of breeding fitness, but none of them wen pam pered or overdone, as has so «ft»< boen the case in .connection wltH ■ales of purebred cattle In recent years. The cattle of which the or ferlng was compoeed, were <on signed by 29 of the strongest Hol stein breeders In this count i> seven states being represented The cattle sold went to breeders located In nearly every state In the union Michigan getting her fnll share. The seven months’ hull calf, King Champion Rag Apple, carried away the honors of the meeting, and was sold for $20,000 to A. \V. Green. Mid dlefleld, O. The sire of this promis ing young bull is the great Hag Apple Korndyke Bth, widely adver tised as the greatest Holstein hull In the world The darn was a mar velous producer, giving 99 9 pounds of milk in one day. The calf was consigned by Oliver Cabana, Jr Etma Center, N. Y., who also bad ■eveml other cattle of rare breed ing In the sale. The first 3ft head offered brought an average of $ I 119; the first ft 7 head averaged Si,- 140,ft0. a very high average for so large a number The Flanders Stock farm. Orchard I dike, Mich., was a liberal buyer, landing some of the fluent Individ uala In the offering. Mr Flanders purchased the richly-bred yearling bull. King of the Pont lacs, paying ss.ooo, a four-months-old hull calf for $1,425. and a pair of twin year ling heifers, sired hy a bull that cost $50,000, for I’J.ftftO. Rising A Henson, of Fayette. 0., paid $1,700 for a cow, and A. A Cortelyou. of Summerville, N Y„ paid $2,500. but he got for his money one of the best bred heifers in the offering. Another pair of twin yearling heif era were sold to C. W. Dray, of Bridgeport, Pa., for $1,075 each. T A. Hoghson, of East Aurora. V Y.. paid $1,325 for a yearling heifer, and A. A. Harthorn, of Hamilton. N. Y„ paid SI,OOO for a cow. One of the most remarkable things connected with the records of the cattle offered In this sale and with their ancestors was the won The Beginning of Saving Just as in everythlnpr else, there is a right and a wrong way to save. Saving should lie above all systematic and purposeful. Systematic in that you set aside a definite sum at definite intervals. Purposeful in that you save for a definite object. The advice of this hank is to adopt as your first purpose the initial premium on a Life Insurance Policy. Talk to a Life Insurance Man About This Plan The Peoples State Bnak « Cor. Fort and ShelJjy Sts. Resources Over Sixty Million Dollars derful butter records they had made No one can be found who will deny the supremacy of the Holstein as u milk producer, but those who have criticisms to offer on the breed have In bygone days beeu beard to hint that an average sample of Holstein milk waa none too rich Ln butter fat. Certainly nothing of this kind could be said about the cattle of fered at this sale, for many of the cows tested above four per cent, and a few above live per cent butter fat. , < faMesHMM«sKasssMssM | Produce DKTHOIT. Mich., June s.—Receipt* of Htrawtx-rrlss were vary light this morning, and In fact the market waa rather poorly supplied with fresh vetfr tablee and green stuff of ail kinds In moat raaea dealers had more or leas stork on hand, which helped out for the big Friday tradv, but unless receipts show Improve ment the outlook waa for a pretty light market Saturday. Strawberries were scarce on account of wet weather and were sharply higher. I nid potatoes ware also marked up. and the Mat generally was Arm In ton*. Apples Ren Davis, $1.5008; Bald wins. $3.60 04; Hteels Bad. <405 bhl.; Kuasets DU SSO bhl.; western box apples, 11 ?6ff>.t6 box Bananas- Good shipping stock, II -'•'U 2 per bunch. Henna Dried Umss. 6Wso7e lb. 4 alifurnla Krutts, ('berries, $2.25; apricots. $2 SO per box. I aulllseer *1 600 1 75 per box. t akh.ee New. $2 504*2.75 crate. 4 hreae Michigan flats, 15c; New York, lie Swiss. 280.12 c; imported Swiss. .'tSO 39c; llmburger. new. 2-lb. 16c; I -111.. 17c; brick cream, 164»c; long horns, 164%c; daisies, l6‘alft6S'* per lh. Dressed t'alves —Fancy, 14015 c; I common. 120 11c lb. Freak Vegetables--Green peppers. ; 12.250 240 crate. f.<ic basket radish es. long. 150 2 f 'c. round 11026 c dox ; i lettuce. 100 12c per |b.. parsley, 20 <9 ; 25c dox , cucumbers, hothouse, fi ( I 40 per do/. ; hothouse tomatoes. 1 k i ff 20c |h.. carrots, fl 15 hamper; head lettuce. Iceberg, $1.500 2 p*r bu ; | wax beans and green beans, fl 50 ! hamper, Florida tomatoes. $4,250 14*0 r.se; asparagus, sections. II w 125 box gr*-en peas. $1 750 2 bu ; watercress, 200 25c per crate; green I corn $5 50 per bbl., *OO 60c per dox. I Drape fruit l ift 4 per crate I Honey—Fancy white, new. 16017 c; ! (Unix r, 104/ lie lb., extracted, 70 8c I per lh. Iln> Detroit shippers are paying I the following prices for baled nay in car lots f o. t».. Detroit; No. i tlm | othy. s2l 504/ .’2. standard timothy, 120 500 21, light mixed. $20.50 4< 2f; No timothy. $lBOl9 No l mixed. |l ,’| fiO'n 14, No 2 mixed. slitl !2 . No. ; I clover. Ill*/ 14, rye straw $7.5008; wheat and oat straw, $6.500 7 per ton I noons - It'll 4 sft per box. I loirs —ll 1001.15 per 100. Melons Rocky fords, It 50 04 75 rer .crate; ponies, Jl 750 1.85 crate; wa- I termelons, 75cfi II each Mushrooms 15 0 10c lh Oranges Navels, SIOB per b6l ( Valrn (as. It '.uf/t per box. Onions Texas Bermudas, yellow, $2 150 3.25 white. 1:75 crate I’lnespples $2.750 3 per crate $ 1.25(1/ 1 75 per dox. Potatoes White |1 |OO I.?ft new Bermudas, I*- ?5B 8.50 bbl |7 bu.; i pew Florlrla* $6.7M» 7 bbl., $2.50 bu.; , triumphs. I. 75 p» r hid Poultry Broilers. 14 0 Sic medium I hens, 19c; stag-t. 12 0 13c; geese, 110* I 12c ducks, lOTi 20c per lh. straw berries 24-qt < sses. $1 76 0 3 j esse; 14 -ql cases. $1 75 JonniNfi PRItF.B. Canned I loads — Apples. 52.5001 >0 gal , baked henna 1-lh., 300 60c, I Lima beans, $lO 1.25 Corn bsney ; Maine, $1.15; standard. sl. Table 1 beets, $' 230 1 40. Peas. Fancy early I June. $1 30; standards, ft. Salmon, I tall. $2 30. fist, pings, 90c. Tomatoes, i slls. Marrowfat peas. $1 early I June 11.50, sifted early June, $1.40 I per do«. f eed--.fdhblng prices In \i-bbl sacks Bran, $24. standard middlings $76 tine middlings. S3O; ccjudcttd | corn, $33; corn and cat chop. S2B t.«n Flour Johhlng prices: Best Ml<hl bun patent. $6 sft. second patent IK 20; straight. $5 30; pure rye. » spring patent. $6 30 per bbl. in paper sacks Detroit tMl—Raw linseed oil, 72c. boiled linseed. 73c gal. In barrel lots , Kerosene In iron barrels; Diamond i headlight Bfc, perfection. 8 sc. pal j aoine 10.8 c; red crown gasoline, per gal. | Hardware Nalls. $2 30 keg case. annealed wire. $2 90 per bundle gitl | vanlxed barbed wire. 2-p<*lnt. $2.22 j per spool, galvanised sheets. 24- gauge. #5 $5; 27-gauge. $5.36 28- gauge. $5 60, 30-gauge. $5 90 per cwt ; Buhl brttnxed axes, single handled. <9.\n. double. sl2 50 per dot; bis k sheet metal, 22 and 24-gauge. $3.25; 1 ggugg, $3 30; 27-gauge, $3 35* J«- gnnge. $3.40 per cwt Carriage bolts, small, 60c 10 and 6 off; large, 40 and 6 off. machine holts small 80. 10 and 10 off; large 40c is and 5 off list. Hides No 1 cured hides. 18 4*-; No 1 green hides, 15c: No 1 cured bulls, 13c. No. i green bulls, 10c; No. 1 cured veal kTp. 20c, No. 1 green veal kip. 13c: No 1 cured murrain, l«c; No | green murrain. 16c: Vo. 1 cured calf. 2sc' No 1 green calf. 25c; No 1 horse hides. $6; No. 2 horse hides. $6; No. 1 tallow 3c; No 2 tallow. 7c; No. 2 hides. 1c off; No. 2 kip and calf 1 L,r off; sheepskin fas to amount or wool), 50c 0 $2.60. I,RH<* Alien w«« one dnjr Rifting on th<* floor near the eofg and. tee ing some tiny cobwebo hanging from the bottom, he exclaimed; “Oh. mamma, there'a a lot of motha in the Rosa!” “How do you know, dear?” nhe anked “Recaiiae.’* he replied, pointing to the cohwebß, ”1 aee their taiia hang ing down.” Leaves Society For Vaudeville I'' J MISS RUTH TUFFORD. A member of the tabloid musical comedy company, "The Joy RldcrM." this week, In the Miles theater, is a daughter of W. H. Tufford. of Clin ton, la, president of the Inluritl Prexi asgocialion. Miss Tufford is an nrconoplished musician and a great lover of outdoor sports. E. A. DUSTIN BACK FROM JAPAN Edward A Dustin, general man ager of the Ashley 5/ Dustin lines, returned Thursday to Ikurnit after an eight weeks’ sojourn in Japan. Mr. Ikisiln left town April Ift. He returned in the best of htylth and spirits, and reports a pleasant Jour ney. Best Farmed Country The office of farm management of the United States department of agriculture has completed a survey of one of the best farmed counties in the United States. Chester coun ty. Pennsylvania. This survey shows that the crop yield produced by intensifying the farming pro cesses rises along with the labor in come up to a certain point. After that point larger yields produced by Intensive farming art* accompanied bv a loss In the labor income < V — a . ■ Sugar Market Sugar Corrected dally bv )V II Kdgiit ,v Si*n Crystal domlm****. 2-lb., <ll 55 l>«>. 5-lb., $11.55 Cagle tab lets. $10.25; cut loaf, <9.40 cubes, <x*>s; XXXX powdered, $3.5t). stand aril powdered, $8.46; granulated, ex tra coarse, 1x.20. granulated, flne. In hulk. <8 05; granulated. 26-lb tot tons. <8 15. crystal domino gran. 2- lb. and 6-lb cartons, in cases, <8 3j crystal domino gi*tn, HF cases. <8 4u, diamond A <8.16; confect loners* A., <B. No. 4. <8 <ls. No. 5. <B. No. 6, <7 $6; No 7. $7.30; No. 8, <7.85 No. 9. <7 8(i No. 10, <7.75. No 11. <7 70. No 12, <7 66; No 13. $7.6«; No. 14. <7 60; No. 16. <7.60. nt>n-caking mixture $9. beet granulated, $7.!'.1 i>< r 100 lbs household powd . I *. 24 to case, <2 40. Do. 48 to case. $4,70 per case. Hank 4'leerencee. Friday's clearances $7 268,648 90; total clearances 1916 to date. sßs*,- 840.124. total 1915 to corresponding date, <555,021,5 86 24. Pristina—the plain neat kln*»—tbai la right—Times Jolt Depl.— Vials 4.420 Births BOYS William McClelland. 600 Llnwood. Gall ett N Hut gene. 26$ Stanford. Kail B. Brtnditge, SKI Trumbull. William H Wall. H'ui Oakland. Al exander Barnett. 319 Alger. Joseph J. Kniser, 876 Van Dyke Walter (In wronskl, I<*ll Theodore. M'< hael Fl ick, 51 Pulaski. John Butaash, 150 Copeland. Alvah Harrison. 81 Beals; Daniel Dunajdslrk. 970 Hancock F,', Charles It. Chamberlain, 48.1 Dela ware; Warlaw Chrxeseljanek. 08 Wnl hrldge; Chari** Spiers, 551 Miltary. Charles I'oarce, 68 Sibley . William Ye/ena, 826 Campbell. Eric F Hyde. 1334 Vermont - Hairy Walters, luJay. Sam Beattie, 633 Meldrum Alphens Brabant. 272 Twenty-fourth; Robert Tolmle, 817 Fort W.; Hawley C. Beard, 198 Lincoln. GIRLS Harold tl Wilson, Harper hospital. Jerry J Hanlon, 414 Glendale; Chas. J. Uraknac, 21 tTesawell; Adam tttt. 20 1-awton, John Kranter, 381 Hum boldt; Victor Berfortl, 110 Melrose; Nirhcflas Martlsevttch. *B3 lloll.ro. k Carmen D. Preston, 211 Pitcher, Otto Da Hi, 1342 Mack; Anthony Barba. 945 Farnsworth. Edward H< pner, 213 Pierce. John Lococo, 11 St. Joseph. Isadora Perehlrk. 286 Flint Janies P Thompson. Grace hospital Edward F. Mtstor, 781 Military; William H O'Brien. 26 Biddle Henry Helde. 432 Crawford. Robert 7-annoth. 783 Se.v burn; Joseph Zitney. 327 Lawton, Ar thur Lyberg. 799 Monroe. Antonis Puma, 38# K , Francesco Maiorsna, 536 Adelaide. Kalman Ha lay. 1052 Palmer. Edward Pine. 22 Gaister; Earl B. Newton. 3017 East Orand-blvd.; Rudolph Rolaff, 29! Mt Elliott; William Combe, 163 Hum boldt Deaths Angelo Zumpnrllnl, 111 Bessemore, 19 years. ulcer of stoninch; Anno V. Ackley, 114 Milwaukee K , IS years, peat partutn hemorrhage, Marguerite Plttlnger, 30 Taft, 21 year*, cerebral tumor Stanlalawn l.ugowska, Stina* rltan hospital, lx ceara. lobar pneu monia. Walter K Budge, Orare hos pital, 51 year*, Inquest pending. Thos J Holand, 111 <“lark; S days, mal nutrition. Maraball Kinney, Itecelv- In* hoapltal, 4H yearn, gastric carci noma. I.ntils Krause til Antletam. OS year*. eeret»ral hemorrhage; John Je xorskt, 92 I.lvlngstone, ,1u years, pul monary tuberculosis; John Ahrens, 100 Bussell. 5t yeara, mitral Inauffl clency, Kar| Frans. “SI Kraklne, 7 7 yeara. cerebral apoplexy; Wllhelmlne A pel, 021 Cadillac. 0.1 yeara. cardiac aathma; Hubert Prleha. *O6 Coplln, SO yeara, pulmonary tuherculoala; Al exia Mcnutsey, Merman Kiefer hoa pltal, 2 yeara, tuherculoala meningi tis; Klemena Waplenakl, 17 M<Brear ty, 7 month*. acute hronrhltla, Stella Karaasewakl, 2S Ht. Joaephnt'a al ley. I months, convulsions. Beatrice Athos, 170 K. laifayette, S months, lleo colitis: Annie Hlben, Children's Free hospital, 1 year. septicemia; John Cuchette, SSI Brewster. 10 yearlk gunshot wnnnda; I.eah Tyrone FrencV *SO Charlevoix. S years, broncho pneumonia, Nicholas Bod narink. 4x7 Watson, 4* year*, acute nephritis; Leonefa flmolen, 1102 !*t Anhln, 4 months, convulsions: BurVy Wardle. 201 Concord, SI years, ma lignant Jaundice, Barney j. Wards 2611 Butternut, 47 years mitral Insuf ficiency. Rod* In K Hose, || Van Court 10 months, broncho nneumo nla. I’jottle Hchmsrsky, 776 Hastings, 17 years, scute lobar pneumonia; Charles M Batt. S2l Bademscher, 2 years, broncho pneumonia. DETROII TIMES nrnpi'E’S I PAGES ONE CENT A WORD t'ash with order; If oharged. 7c a line. No transient advertising inserted for less than 16c with cash; l* changed. 18c per Insertion. The above rates apply to all clasal fleations except Births, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, Meeting Not MX etc . Births, Deaths. Cards nf Thanks and Meeting Notices - Minimum charge, 35c for 25 words or less. Each additional word. 1 l-Bc. - r 1 ’Try Bemb Floral Sarvice.” “Flowers for Everyl>ody" The L. Bemb Floral Company. Albert Pochelon. Main 800$ , 168 Bates-at. HBCI.P WAVTKD —MALt A I-GOAL AKCHITBCT wants good draftsman for general office work. Excellent temporary engagement. Bog E. No. 87. Times. BARBEIt wanted at once; the Job la good for S2O a week. 866 Elm wood-gve. BARBER, wanted, ateady. sl6. half $23. 29 00 Woodward. Hem. 40 <5. BARBER wanted; steady, flrst-clasa man. sls, half over $22. 10S4 Michi gan. BARBER wanted for Saturday. $6 60 guaranteed. 636 Qrstloi BARBERS wanted; two for Saturday. <7 and half over <9. 246 Clay-live. BARBER SHOP for sale; good loca tion, 3 chairs 42 Marquette. BARBER wanted, good trade, good guarantee, 1357 Jefferson east. BARBER wanted for Saturday, $6 and half over $6 11x2 Michigan Rf*Y with bicycle. Rood wages. Acme D. (.’, t’o., 570 Woodward. BOV about 17 or 18. must know city thoroughly. Apply at 2397 East Jefferson. ItiiYS wanted, with or without bicy i |e> sternly employment; sulary <R i.. <ls per' week, good’opportunity f..i iilv.incement Western Union Telegraph Cos,, Shelby and Con gress-sts. Bt iYB r r errands, <7 Apply at once Th. Franklin Press, 164 Congreas st. west. BOvs wanted to wrap brand. Apply Van Dyke Bakery Cos. B<»YS wanted with wheels, no Sun day work Apply 7<Hs Stnte-st. H< 'VS to turn gloves. Houghten, 497 B' k«r. CARPENTERS Rough carpenters or handy men at once; good wages. Call 718 Parker-ave., half block south Mack car line. CARPENTERS wanted, steady work; flr*t-olas* men only need apply. Walnut 4267. CARPENTER finishers wanted. Dav ison, corner of Oakman. Burr- Hart Job. DRIVER wanted for delivery car; cmie ready for work; must have reference and know rfty well. Ap ply 208 Second. DRUG CLERK—Assistant or two of three-years' experience, Fair Drug Store, 2142 East Orand-blvd. ELECTRIC welder wanted. C. A C. machines Apply Buhl Malleable Cos, foot of Adair-st. “ ERRANI» BOY WANTED Detroit Times Job Printing: De partment, 77 Bauley-ave. GRINDER hands wanted. Apply Se- Mk Bros., 640 Twenty-fourtn-st. FIRST-CLASH heavy sheet Iron workers, coppersmith, blacksmith helpers. Young Bros, 313 Frank -11 ti-st. MAN with Kurd to demonstrate Unit ed Start! r SOB Ford bldg \| \ N to work on farm. Apply 464 la»fa> et te-a ve. east. MAN* to help In kitchen. $9 per week. '■96 Mack-ave. PHARMACIST t registered» wanted must he first-class man; cor respondence strictly confidential. Phone Mai ket 6704 Mercer Phar macy, PHARMACISTS Fully registered; also one registered assistant. I »e --trolt Drug Cos., 709 Woodward. PORTER wanted; hoy preferred. Hanover Shoe Cos., 9 Monroe-ave. PORTER for harher shop; good loca tion. Apply 1300 Hastlngs-st. PORTER for barber shop. 838 Dtx. PRINTER—Young man to set type and distribute At Winder Print ing Cos.. 81-83 Park-pl. SALESMAN of ability, automobile proposition only good men need apply Those acquainted with the A A. I* proposition preferred; good commission Harrison Auto Sup ply Cos., 179 Jefferson-ave east. SALESMEN— Experienced salesmen for hardware, grocery Jewelry, lumber, tobacco, electrical lines: one Polish salesman; also cigar clerk. 626 Chamber of Commerce WANTED —Two first-class mattress finishers; steady work all the year round. Detroit Bedding Cos.. 65 Illinois WANTED- 25 men to erect sign hoard. Apply Driveway Entrance Mr. Townsend. 236 Fort-st. east. WANTED- Fifteen experienced s»w er diggers Apply at once to Geo. If. goffel Cos.. 323 Jefferson-ave. F YOUNG MAN to work in room American Electrical Hester Cos. 1361 Wood ward-ave. YOUNG MAN wanted to work In gro cery store; must have aorffe experi ence. Apply at 899 Grand River. YOUNG MAN with mime drug store experience, at once. Market 6402 WANTED— Bright young man about 17 yeara of age to work In mall room Applv Mailing Dept , Detroit Tlmea. 73-75-77 Ragley-ave. WANTED Experienced house-to houae canvasser Good salary for reliable and energetic man Applv Circulation Department. The De troit Tlmea. lIM.f IMM i.H—rtCMblß CANVASSERS Exclusive portrait prupoaltlop with good organisa tion. salary and commlsalon Ap ply 418 Llghtner bldg., 64 Lafay ette-ave. COOK for restaurant (white nr nted): also second cook. 368 Cass i'< »M I’ETK NT MXH> to go nut nf city, good wages. North 1047. DIS HW\Sll E 1 i 5 hoard and room Hotel Normandie. I NGLIHH FPF.AKINO OIRI. f r gen ersl housework In apt , good home and eaay work. 22* West Hancock. EXPERIENCED GIRL for general housework, no cooking. **• War ren east. 41 TO 44 I lIMNtUtIKS 41 TO 0 t’MXOIIIKS MENTAL SELF-STARTERS Read These Bargains On Auto Supplies $25.00 Stewart Speedometers Flush Type Head, complete $9.00 Hepair Kits, great for the auto, includes 1 chisel, 1 punch, 1 cotter puller, 3 wrenches, 1 screw driver, 1 pair pliers, 1 wrench and 1 hammer at only 1.19 Tool Boxes 22x9x10 special 1.20 SB.OO Electric Head Lamps; bullet shape with prop cen ters only pair 5.00 $5.00 Screamer Hand Horns—only a few left at 1.98 Electric Tail Lamps 40c and up Windshields, all models and sizes $7.50 and up Wheels, any make or size $3.00 each Deaco Lighting Generators with cutouts SIO.OO Ford Roadsters Bodies with tops 20.00 1914 Fold Touring Bodies with Tops 25.00 Tops, many sizes and types in mohair and rubber com plete with side curtains and top boot—Send for Top Chart SIO.OO and up Left hand Jacox steering gears with dash brackets SIO.OO Right hand drive Cross steer Jacox gears with frame brackets 7.50 Many other sizes and types. Write or call for particulars. STORE OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 9 A. M. TO 1 P. M. Special Mail Order Division for out-of-town motorists, (let our Big Illustrated Bargain Bulletin. It will save you money on your auto supplies. PURITAN MACHINE COMPANY DETROIT, MICH. PHONE WEST 2297 421 LAFAYETTE BLVD. II El.l* \\ 4\TEI>—FEMALE KXI I.UIENt'ED WAITRESSES. 1456 \\ otxlward. GIRL for ling mil filling In la huratoi >, <7 w-ck. Apply ready for work at uni't. .164 Hendrle, tor. Rivard. Glltl. for office work wanted with typewriting ability, permanent p*»- jot.on Appl\ right away. Room 412. 27 K,itt Grand River. GIRL for general houaework; no wa!*h iig good wagrn. Ridge 3296 nr 705 Burnx-ave. GILL wanted to take rare of store. 4 i ‘.Vest Montcalm, corner of Uark bivd GIRL to «f*.tl»t with houaework and help with children. 3110 Jefferaon e*.«t. GIRL for general hounework. Inquire 1 11 PaltTstcr. North 1354-R. GIRL to axelat ln housework Apply 527 Rademacher. Rhone Cedar 1207- J. GIRL for housework. 276 Barker. East if 69 -J. GIRL for general housework, apart ment, small family, no laundry work, good wages. 17 Garfleld-ave. Grand 3007. HOUSEWORK —Wanted, girl for gen- ( eral housework, no washing. 94 Rhode leland-ave. HOUSEWORK—Experienced girl for general housework. 41 Melbourne. Market 6323. HOUSEWORK —Maid wanted for gen eral housework. 52 East Palmer, Aral apartment HOUSEWORK —Girl to assist with hmisewirk. 1720 Meldrum. Ridge 5637-R KITCHEN WOMAN wanted. Apply 31 Jefferson. LADY DRESSERS wanted at good wages, Jacoby's, 53 Howard. NURSE GIRL to trt for 2-year-old child. Mrs. Stewart, 20 Davenport. - Grnnd 5480. STENOGRAPHF.K with office experi ence; steady employment. 232 W. Fort-at. I TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Owing to the constantly in- 1 creasing number of calls, tve require additional operators. Pay while learning. Advance ment rapid. No slack season. Apply Michigan State Telephone Cos. C*>r. John R. and Madison. RAGTIME PIANO TAUGHT In *6 lessons—Estonia School of Popular M.:sic. M. Frames Berry Caalllac 391 5-J. 96 Broadway WANTED Experienced girl for ba kery. Apply 317 Michigan. RELIABLE GIRL for general work, no laundry or cleaning; $7 s week Mrs. Russell Thomson. 1139 Sec ond-av**.. Market 6295 WANTED—2S women for aundry work. No experience necessary. PARISIAN LAUNDRY CO. 43 Grand River Ave. 1 Waitress at 1 4ss woodward; no Sundny work Market 4929. $1 4 NTED Thoroughly experienced housekeeper who can manage large household; kindly mall copies of references 1760 Jefferson. W4ITHKSS, also girl to wash dishes. 416 Ilart-ave., near Jefferson east. WANTED, womsn for general house work and children; god home for rljrht person 491 Crawford. Take W esf Fort through car. WANTED- Experienced maid, gen eral housework small family; good wages. Phone Hemlock 1870. WANTED -flood girl for housework: no washing; modern houae; good wages, loti t'ass-ave., corner of Ferry. W WTED Glfrl for general house work no washing or Ironing; good Christian home Apply 61 East For est -ave. WANTED Pastry cook 168 laifay ette west, near Second. v\ 4NTED—Good strong lady ftt kitchen. 1560 Woodward. YOUNG <lllll. for general housework In small family; no washing good wages. Inquire 96 Josephine, cor ner John It ACCORDION rt.4ITIN(. Born A Smith, 213 Woodw'd ; also hem stitching. buttons covered fTVv 3513 4 1 TOMORITRi ALADDIN OARAIiF, $46 6*. All ma terial complete. Shipment made day order received Call 667 Ford bldg., or phone Main 3860. FOK SALK—MISCELLAX EOl'N ALADDIN READI-CUT HOME—Save four profit* by building tht* way. Cull at 607 Kurd bldg, or phone Main 3160 for full information and prices. STEINBERG sells suits that originally sold for as much as S2O. S3O. S4O, for ss—s6 —$7 Bargains in Unredeemed Jew elry, Musical Instruments, Cameras, Fishing Tackle. Machinist Tools We can wave you 15 to 20 per cent on machinist tool*. See our price* before you buy. COME TO OUR STORE You might And aomethlna you have been looking for for half the prl<« STEINBERG’S LIBERAL LOAN OFFICE 117-119 MICHIGAN Near Cass KNARE riANO for *255: regular *3bo style, full else; rehnlahed; rose wood, unusually sweet tone; splen did condition. Special bargiiin this week Pay weekly or monthly. ORINNELL BROS.. 245 Woodward. Typewriters—Late Models Underwood. Corona. If-—Hiyal. Smith. Rerolnf- IryftSSl II to ft month. Detroit jwGBS&fBH Typewriter Cos.. 140 Jes- MgtWkr fersi.n. near Woodward. Main 4163. *173 FOR SI NO It R PIANO, whs *3sn. flne oak. modern In every detail; splendid condition; full, pure tone Easy terms. Call at once or phone ORINNELL BROS.' Ttranch. 57 Mon roe. SODA FOUNTAIN, billiard and pool taMe*. new and second-hand. Oeo. Marsh Cos.. 20 E\ Atwater. K 7. terma. Typewriter Bargains *ls to *SO. direct from taotory, easy terms. UNDERWOOD. ROYAL. CO RONA. etc. Renting *1 50 up. Larg est stock in city. D. S TYPE WRITER CO.. Padilla. *696. Cam pus Martlus, next Detroit opera house. ELECTRIC STATIC cheap single sta tionary mica disc; over 5 feet high; on table; *ls takes it for quick sale. ORINNELL BROS.' Branch 57 Mon roe ROOMS—-Furnltun for rooms com plete, *1 week Sumner. Mich. A- Ith. STORAGE furniture, nearly new bar gain price. Sumner Cos,. Mich A Ith to rk\t—nt sines* platen Jefferson Near Griswold Second floor. 20x101) feet Freight and passenger elevator*. Steam and hot orator. Union Trust Cos. Main 4170. TO MAT—ri\\os PIANOS—Best makes, greatest as* •ortment; year's rent allowed m purchase ORINNELL RRoS 245 Wood ward -live. W 4 5T TO Bfv—MINCELLAXEOI'S CASH for old false teeth, gold crowns, broken Jewelry, diamonds, watches, etc., full value paid. Liberty Rfg Cos.. 97 Woodw'd. 4th floor elevator. WASTKD-7TO RTt'llt NOE WE EXCHANGE your old furniture for new or give you cash. Main 1 MONEY TO~L«> A 5 CONSTRUCTION LOANS Libeial amounts. J. F. Weber, JO4 Qi stint. WE BUY LAND CONTRACTS Detroit Land Contract Cos. 612-111 Hammond Bldg Cad 5*16 ATORMiF AND CARTAGE ACME Storage mammoth warehouse. Storage, moving M 399. 41 Gilman. CENTRAL STORAGE CO., moving, packing, fireproof, rat-* right Mo tor vans for suburban moving Phone Cadillac 49. ROFHL BROS.. Storage. Cartage and Packing Office. 162 Alfred Ringe S'.’* PARTY MOVING to California ean ! rent part of car Central storage i Cos.. Cadillac 69 FOR NAPE—BFNORTN FOR SALE AT LAKE ORION Two story boarding house. 21 room*, j steam heat; barn, woodshed, iht k en park, outside reilar. large gar | den Also hlgh-clnas fnsteet motor boat on lake f>• P \ DeCou p.i \ *94, Pont i.c Ml '■ ! ifiitiiip oftobtl sit Ten j WANTED TO BI \ ' engt 1 nee • II ond-hand < ar. *76 down, balan-e In monthly payment*, by reliable party. Price must he under *lftrt and ear In A No 1 condition Ad dress Box E. No. 50 Times. HIM * A I.E—A A* AXT LOTS FOR a Ai. IC—VACANT I.OT* M Grand Opening Salel REGULAR J $250 Ojibway Lots for j $125 1 Now that the building of the mammoth ateel mills la undar way and tha city of ojibway is assured, we are offering Investor* for tha next |4 e| opportunities that thev will never have again In the history of 22 ojibway. of procuring beautifully located lota within • few minute** ’.'J trolley rble of the mills at leas than one-naif the price of the adjoin* V in* property and one-third of the price asked by many In this aee» J t.on We purchased some of our property before the mills were an nounced; In fact, we only paid one-third for aome of our property £ what our competitors are paying today. Therefore, we can sell equally ’ well located lots at one-third of our competitors’ price and m*ka ** more than they will make. • Until Monday, June the 19th i We are selling beautifully located regular *260 lota for only $ 12&. payable J *lO down and *5 monthly We own three subdivisions, beginning but a few hundred feet from th* 1 beautiful Detroit river, located on the car line and running across tha E many arteries radiating from the Ojibway plant and crossing th# well-known Matehell road, which Is one of the main thoroughfare* running Into the United ritet-s Steel Corporation’s buildings. To those who dealt* a location for home building or Investment at price* >? very little above the cost of acreage, or In other words, from one third to one-half wliat adjoining property la sold at. should apply to a us without delay For maps plans and specifications of these *260 lots sold special for *126. call or address, any day. Including Sunday, Bruce, Thomson & Cos. •* Main 3175. 409-410 Free Press Bldg. Cad. 7368. LITTLE FARMS—FULL ACRES “COLLINS ACRE HIGHLANDS” Right on Street Car Line, Close to Trenton PRICES, $550 UP; SSO DOWN; SB.OO MONTH NOTE—These acres are laid out so that later you can make 8 big lots out of one. Think of it, 8 lots for $550.00, and such easy payments. The down river district is sure to grow to 4 later, one or two of these acres will make you comparative- ' ly rich. Call at office and see plat and if interested will take you down and show you the property. Would make a fine home for you where you can have lots of room fer fruit, vegetables, flowera and chickens. If you have $5.06 cash, will build you a neat Bungalow home. CHAS. H. COLLINS CO. 508 FREE PRESS CADILLAC 7679 FOR SALE—FARMS FOR SALK—FARMS LITTLE FARMS 2-3-4-6 ACRES BIG enough to be PROFITABLE. NEAR two oar line*. „ CLOSE to city. SMALL enough to be handled easily. pKICIG *3OO an acre up. BEST shape for convenient utility. ault purchaser If do-\ CHOICE rich land. aired. Tak«- Shore Line Mt. Clemen* car to Jefferson Beach; aak for Mr. Gener* cux ut Gordon * store, opposite a tatlon. or Inquire at our offle*. ■* GENEREUX & WILLIAMS Cherry 2066. 411 Hammond Bldg. c; RI'SINK Aft OPPORTI SITIEI PICTURE SHOWS If you arf In the market for n pic turn show, call at thin office. Co-Operative Realty Cos. 30S-306 Holden Rldg. Cad. "164. Open evenings 7 to 9. QUICK PROFITS—BuiId an Aladdin House on your lot and make quick and profitable turnover. Cal! «JO7 Ford bldg , or pnone Main 9860. GARAGES^ If you are in the market for a gar age, call at this office. Co-Operative Realty Cos. 309-306 llolden Rldg. Cad. 7164. Open evening** 7 to 9. PRR9OX ll.ft NOTICE—If any poor gin la in trou ble. needing advice, friendship or help, writ* 1 or call on SECRETARY MARGARET DUFFY, 993 Fort-at west. Salvation Army. TO IIBKT—HOI 4E9 Hannan Rental Agency A free Hat of houses and flats. Call In nenon at th«' oldest and largest real estate exchange In Michigan. i ucuraw ni.no. TO HKM—ROOMI. HOTEL* FRANKLIN Cor. Darned and bates -only a block from Woodward and Jefferson-aves. and onlv hall' a block from the new Tnterurhan watting room. Extra fine rooms at 75c, $1 and $1 50 per day roil *.»».«»—► AH t*> UTICA FARM, 190 ACR ES~ 9-Room House, C.ood Bldgs. Wild. TAKE LAND CONTRACT FIRSTS PAYMENT UNION TRUST (’<). Main 4470. FLORIDA -Caloofahatche* River. 320 acres. fronting mle and half on Dixie Highway Write quick for description and price. Address Doak Aydelett. Tullahoma. Tenn W tMTII-Rhtl. K6T4TK LOT OWNERS DouM» your ordin ary profit* by building an Aladdin Readl-Cut House. Quick erection, extremely low costs Csll at once. S O7 Ford bldg , >r phone Main 3860 t-'iiit ** u.r-ni>iniAcr property “artistic home NE'l: WOODWARD—Look this over before purchasing It has living room 19'« x 111. with beamed celling, mslwganv flnlsband brick fireplace, beautiful dining-room with Ftench doors, Ivory finish and sun parlor; splendid butter's panfrv and kitch en 4 bedrooms, sleeping porch and bath on second floor, one bedroom and bath on third floor, steam hest. fi<»-ft. lot. double garage, side drive, fin* shtubherv ilS.bfln PARKER. SCHENK A FRY, Main *O3O ;03 Majestic Rldg IP'USE In fine town near Detroit; large jot, beautiful lawn, furnace, bath, gas, electric lights, city wa fer. etc Rog K, Vo 36. Times. HIGH CLASS TWO-FAMILY FLAT North Woodward— ftrhk. slate roof, stone porch, separate hot aster heaters, six rooms and sleeping porch, large living room, brick f repl.ve. beautiful deiorgtions and fixtures, mahogany finish; large lot. double garage; aide drive. 000 PARKER. HUHFNK A FRY Main .‘.030. 70S Majestic Rldg. FOR 9ALE—RKSIDKM E PROPERTY 2 FAMILY FLAT! PRICE $3,300 ♦ 600 down and 825 per month. In good condition. Shows 143 per mo. LOUIS G. PALMER & CO. ) Cadillac 317 408 Cham, of Com. 1 ♦ 150 DOWN. 815 per month buys « • jj completely furnished new cottage on river front at Taehmoo Park. Responsible party may apply to J. A T. Gibson. Harsen’s Island. DICKINSON’S GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Prices, terms, streets and numbsi of over 200 different properties per v month A telephone call will put vou on our mailing Hat. Cadillac ‘ 333. or address Dickinson Real Estate Exchange, 2.5 Campau bldg., Detroit, Mich. , 3 5-Room House, $298 Complete material for building a 8- room cottge |29S. Save four prof* !? Its. Call 607 Ford bldg., or phona Main 3860. . 4 204 VANCOUVER -Two-story single; ; 84.950. Walnut JBO4-W FOR BAI.B—VACANT I.OTB ~BIG BARGAINS OUT WOODWARD We have several bargains in our Greenwood Park sub., which sub division Is directly on Woodward at south corner of Ninc-MUe-rd, the center <>f new proposed village and very available for Ford em ploye* To. lots are 50-ft lots and some of them very deep, one of them 190 ft .Jeep; think of It. For quick sale I offer 3 lot* on lien esee-ave. one on Albany-ave. and 2 on Troy-ave. at price* two hun dred dollars less than similar lot* In this subdivision have recently sold for. Term* cash or half cash. Never a chance like this again. Kver\ lot right close to WoodWßfß* ( HAS. H. COLLINS CO. 508 FREE PRESS BLDG. CADILLAC 7679. 50x135—5800 ALL IMPROVEMENTS Out \' ondward. In first block or high class sub Water, sewer, sidewalks * and beautiful ground* Same *iaed lot in third block on same street l alreadv sold for I*2. Thla la A bargain. ‘W Mr. Slmond* WALTER C. PIPER Holden Rldg Cad. S \\ . or Griswold and Gd. River. , 1 EAST SIDE VACANT Corner Tarker and Waterloo. 17x11ft M- odowbrook 80*94 Maxwell *2*112 Pe«consflel<j COglOf J Rewlck I** 1 :! Parker Phillip 6 lot* *•*!!? Seminole .40*11% Dickerson 10*111 ; j Oneida ... 48*11* « J ARTHUR LAVEROCK 524 Kercheval. Ridge 6824. * ROY A!, UAH LOTS Have small * equity If taken for caah at one*, t ‘ R..x s. Detroit Times. ffl For SALE $ 189 buy* one of tha S best lota In Urbanreat *ubd|vision, i near Highland Park Aouita, own- j 1 er :,i2 East Klfty-aecond-aL, Lam , Angeles, Dal. V t Modem Bungalow $595 Complete material tor building five* *4 room modern bungalow tftftl. ftklp- f ment same day order received. Pell 6<*7 Ford bldg, or phone Hffalg ‘ 8160. - _ - -i r ———i muting—the pate neat hind 48*4 ( la right—Tlasee 2eb Deft. —Mala 4 PAGE 13