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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916.
MOTOR CARS INJURE TWO Thoma* A. Moor* and Willian Bailey, Run Down Friday, Not Kxpected to Live Thoniiito A. Mon3B year* old. of No. l>*B Keddtitave., i* in the Henry Ford hospital, ana not expected to ktirvlve Injuries suffered Friday night when he »«i struck by an automobile at Jefferson and Keddig ave*. Uttle hope aas held out for him, Saturday morning He la sul ftr*«t from a rructund ahull anti Internal Injuries. The drtv«*r, Samuel Hturman. of No. 20 Watson-at., was taken to po lice headquarters, where he nude a statement to Assistant Prosecutor Robert T Speed and was released on bond to appear Saturday morn lug. He told the prosecutor that Moase stepped from another mi chine directly In the path of his car. William Halley, whom the police say has no home, is also near death In the city receiving hAapltal from Injuries sustained late Friday night, when struck at (Hand River and Trumbull-aves by an automobile driven by Adam Telles. 37 years old. of No. 438 Mullett-st. A rear wh»*el of the automobile passed over Halley's abdomen, In flicting internal Injuries- He was taken to the hospital in a police am bulanca. Telle* is being held pending the outcome of the man's Injuries. George Hollaon. 23 years old. of No 459 Jefferson ave rnM, suffered severe bruises about his head. Fri day afternoon, when struck by an automobile driven by 1,. I). Robert son. general manager of the Packard factory, at John R. st. and Harper ave Winner of Wager Is Served With 10,000 Pennies at Lunch Fred E Holmes, automobile mate rial* dealer, picked out the Fellow craft club to pa> a wager to Hyron H Aldrich, secretary of ihe commis sioners of public fafety. Friday noon. Holmes ar.d Aldrich each ;>oated |IOO on the outcome of the Republican convention two months ago. Aldrich's judgment that Hughes would be the nominee, and not Roosevelt, won the money—but Holmes was determined to make him win it Just as hard as possible. Soon after Aldrich sat down, com placent, serene and quite contented to dine alone —with no thought of wagers or things—two waiters sup pressing grunts under the weight of two heaping trays set before him 10.00 C copper pennies Aldrich game ly toted the money to hla auto and thence to his batik, while Holmes and a fmrty of friends looked on from a window. MAN LOSES FOOT IN ELEVATOR KCORHE. June 17— Although workmen quickly ran to his s*slst ance when his foot became caught in the freight elevator of ihe Kresge store here. Friday afternoon. Karl Montle, 17, of Bourrassa and Mon roe-sis., wul lose a foot and part of a leg. He was taken to Harper hos pital, but the surgeons there said It wonld be necessary to amputate Just above the ankle. Montle Is the son of Mr and Mrs. Albert Montle. and Is a student In a Detroit business college. He has a cousin In the atore room of the Kresge store, and was on his way from that floor. JURY FINDS PAGE SLEW GRAND SIRE ny rsiTF.it phfhb grand RAPIDRT Mleh.. June 17. ljiwrence Page, convicted late yesterday of the killing of his grand father. Frank 1.. Sprague, will be sentenced to life Imprisonment un less Attorney I„ T Hermann, for the defense, succeeds In getting the Jury’s verdict set aside on the grounds *hat the Information filed by the prosecution failed to set forth the charge the defendant would have to face. The court has Intimated Hermann'* motion would he overruled The trial lasted 11 days, three of which were spent In obtaining a Jury. „ NORTH VILLE Mrs George Hisnley and daughter. Dorothy ami Mn A J. RlrkeT and two children. Joseph and Priscilla, were In Detroit Thursday. At th*- benefit « nt>'t talnmmt of tbs Woman’s Relief corps, held In the Alselum theater Friday evening, Mrs. Nettle Moore, of Plymouth, give readings, Mrs A CJ Griffith sang two solos, nnd Miss Lillian llrardln r*-n --der"d two specialties adapted from Harry l.auder. The five-reel film. “Hearts Adrift," with Mary Plrkord. was shown Th* sermon topic in the First Pres byterian church Sunday morning will he 'Neceaatty the law of achieve ment :" In the Methodist Kptacopal, a* which s< rvlce the Kalghta of Pythias will attend In a body. "The obliga tion of brotherhood." and a topic an nounced from the pulpit In the First Baptist Miss Ida nib-k. secre tary of the Wayne County fiundav Hchool Mssoctatlon. will he present during the Sunday school hour In the Baptist «hur« h In the evening the « htirrh congregations will unit* tfl the Presbyterian cot.rrh for the an nual bar, alaureate sermon, at which the graduates of the high *>-h<>al will kit end, escorted hi the Junior!. The ladles' quartet will furnish special music. The children's day program will he given In the M E. church during the Sunday school hour, and Wilbur t'ook will lead the Epworth league st 4 o'clock with ths topic, "Christian activity. 0 Miss Jung Fllktns I* visiting rela tives In Cleveland. O Mrs. N T. Rogeri end Mrs D F Griswold were In Detroit Friday. Produce The list of berry offerings is In creasing right along now. mnl will very shortly be complete Strawber ries were In rather lighter suppH than on Friday, but the condition of receipts was better and the market cleaned up early Oranges and pine apples are still plentiful, hut apples are nearly done, with only a few left. The butter market Is barely steady Egg* .n<- active and Arm Pressed calves are cleaning up from day to day at steady prices The poultry market Is um hanged, but easy in tone, and old potatoes are Arm st the last advance. Apples It n Davis, 17.(10tfl: Bald wins. S3 50«/ 4; Hteels Red. $4 116 bhl ; Russets s3(| $.60 bhl.; western bo* apples. $1.754/<2.2A bo*. Bananas -< lood shipping stock. $1.25 44 2 per hunch Hesan- -Dried I-lines. |UOTe lb. ■terries - Htrawberi les. 24-qt. cases, $3; 1 rt-i|t cases, sllOOl 50; blackber ries, $4.30 bu ; huckleberries. 24- qts. $lO3 36; gooseberries. 34-qt„ $2 s"iti 3.76 case California Kralta -Cherries. |2.26; apricots. $3.60 pet box; plume. $2.60; peaches. $1,76 per bo*. dullloner II 60(r 1.76 per box. Cskbsge—New. 62.760! crata. Cheese - Michigan flats, 15c; New York. 14c Swiss 2soStc: Imported Swiss. IIIHli’; llmburger. new. 2-lb. lie; 1-lb , 17c; brick cream. ll%c; long horns, l&Hc; daisies, isvaols4e per lb. Drenaed 4'alvea— Fancy, 14014 c; common. 13f> 13r lb. Fresh Vegeta hies —Oree* ptppttA s3ft??6 crate. 460 50c basket, radish es. round. «»0?r per bunch lettuce. sfi l.io per bu.: parsley, 20021 c per do*.; cucumbers, hothouse. $101.40 per do* ; hothouse tomatoes. 16020 c lb.- carrotg. $1.5001.60 per 'hamper, head lettuce, Iceberg. $1 50 per DU.; w*x beans. $1 green bean*. $2 hamper; Florida tomatoes. 63.7504.00 esse, asparagus, sections. $4 8501 64 ho*; green neua, $1,751,12 t»u.; water tress. jo ft2*c per crate: green corn. $1 6006 per bbl. Haney Fancy white, new, 16 017 c; amber. lOlfllc lb.; extracted. 706 c per lb. Hay—Detroit shippers ar* paying the following prices for baled nay In car lots f o. b., Detroit: No. 1 tim othy. $2150032; standard Mmothv. $30..’.00 21 ; light mixed. S2O 60027; No 2 timothy. sl*o lit; No. 1 mixed. sls 60014, No. 2 mixed. $11012; No. I < lover. $l3O 14; rve etrsw $7 6004; wheat and oat straw, $4 5007 per ton I.emeus --$4 0 4 64 per box. I.lsie* —sl 10 0 1 35 per 140 Melons Rock vfords. $4 0 4.25 crate; ponies. $2 2502 60 crate; watermel on*. 75 ti 40r each Mushrooms 36 0 IS' lb. Orsnsra Navels, $2 03 36 per box; Valencia* <3 500 4 per box Onions Te\*» Bermudas, yellow. $2 liU ’ 25. white, $2.35 crate south ern. $ ! 75*/ 4 per hundred pounds. Plneai'plee $3.7603 pet crate; $1.25 ft I *5 in r do* Potatoes White $1 350; 3ft; new Rei nt. id a*. $7 (i 7.5 fl bhl. $276 hu.; new Florida* $* 7507 Mil., $2 60 bu.; tr'umniis. $’,104(2.15 ner hu. pssltn Rrollera. 25 0 2*<', medium hens. lio 1 6 Vje; stags. 130 13e; geese. 11013 c. ducks, 190?ft<- per !h JIIIIHIV. I'HII Kl Ciasrs lies*- -Apples, $2.500 3.60 gal.; baked beans l-lb., 50f*40e; Lima bean*. $1 til 25 Corn lancy Maine. $1.15; standard. sl. Table beets. 11.35fil 40. peas. Fancy early June. $1 20 stumlArda. ft Salmon, tall. $2 10 flat, plt.gs, 90<. Tomatoes. }l 15 Marrowfat pens. $1 ■ early une $1 50. sifted e«rly June, $1 40 per do* Feed -Jobbing prices In t*-bh|. sacks Rran. $24; standard middlings. $25; fine nijffdliog*. S3O; cracked corn. sl3. orn and oai chop. S2O ton Flear—Jobbing prices: Best Mlchl hhl patent. $5 00; second patent. $5.70 straight. $5.50. pure rye, $4. spring patent. $6 So per bbl. In paper sack* Detroit Oil Raw linseed o'.l. 72c; boiled linseed. 73c gal. In barrel lots. Kerosene In iron barrels: Diamond headlight 4.2 c: perfection, 8 sc; pal aclnc. 10.9 c; red crown ga*ollne, J*c per gal. Hardware— Nalls. $2 30 keg case; anneal'd wire. s*4o per bundle; gal vanlicd barbed wire. 2-t»olnt. $2.2.’ per spool galvanized sheets, 34- gauge. $5.05: 27-gauge $5 36; 26- uh u«e $5 »i0 . 30-gauge $5.90 per cwt.s Buhl brotiaed a\c *, single handled. $9.50; double. sl2 50 per do*., bla k Sheet metal. 22 and 24-gnuge, $3 35; 34 gnuge. $1 10 27-gauge. $3.35* pS giiuge, $3 40 per cwt Carriage bolts, small, 60c 10 ntul 5 off. large, 40 and 6 off. machine bolts small 50. 10 and 10 off: large 40c 10 and off list. Hides —No. 1 cu.'ed hides. 1884 r; No. 1 green hides. He. No 1 cured hulls. I$C; No. 1 green hulls, 14c; No. 1 cured veal kTp. 24c, N•>. 1 green veal kip, 18c. ..o I cut *d murrain, 18c; No. 1 green murrain, ltic; No 1 cured calf. 28e: No. 1 gree* calf. 25c; No- 1 horee hides, $4, No. 2 torse hides, $8; No t tallow *c; No. 2 tallow. 7c; No. 2 hides, 1c off. No. 2 kip and calf. I '*c off sheepskin tea to amount or wool). 50c05250 Sugar Market Sugar— Corrected daily by W. 11. Edgar A Hun: Cryatnl dominoes, '.’-lb.. 11l Si. Do. (-lb.. 911(6; Kagle tab lets, 910 25: cut loaf. 90 40, cubea. SH.(iS; XXXX powdered. |S.(O; stand ard powdered, (k. 46; granulated, ex tra coarse, 98 24; granulated, fine. In hulk. (8.01; granulated. 21-lb. cot tons, 9h IS. crystal domino gran., 2- lb. and r»-lh cartons, in casea, 9* 39; crystal domino gran.. IIK cases, 98.46; dialliund A. 18.15; confectioners' A., 99. No. 4, 98.05; No. 9. (8; No. 9. 37.9 b; No. 7. 9'.»ft, No. 8. 97.85. No. 9, 97.80; No 10. 97 75; No. 11. 97.70; No. 19. 97.95; No. 13. 97.80; No. 14. 97.90. No. 16, 97 80. non-caking mixture, $3; beet granulated, 97.95 p*-r 100 lbs.; household powd., Is. 24 to case, 92.40; Do, 48 to case. 94.70 psr case. BKW moiM I K W4HKF.T MK.VV VOHK, lune 17— Flour; Dull and easy. Pork: Firm; mess. 925 0 26 60. Lard: Firm. middle west spot. 913.100 13 20 Sugar; Haw. rpilet; centrifugal. 99 test. 38 090 84 0, muscoVHde. 89 test 96 31 0583; refined. <|ut«>t. cut loaf, $9.90. crush ed. 18 85 powdered. #7.75: granulated. 97 8507.70 Coffee: Rio No. 7on snot. 9'4 r Tallow Steady, special, 9\e; city, 9c. country t'iffSke. Hay: Weak prime. fl 65; No. 2. 91050 115, (doved. 90cti 91.10 Dresses poultry: Firm, turkeys. 29c; chickens. 20 s*o 22c. fowls. 14 U U 21c; ducks. Long Island. 19c. Live poultry: Kasy geese, lie: ducks. 16«22c; fowla, 21c; turkeys. IB< ; roosters, 13c; chicken, broilers. 24ff92< f'heese Firmer; state milk, common to specials, 13Vi 18 '*c; skims, common to specials, 6011. J. CLAIRE WOOD, NATURALIST, DIES J Claire Wood, noted Detroit ornithologist, died In hie Jictne, No. 179 Seventeenth at., Friday morning He wm If, years old He had been a resident of Detroit since 1875 and waa the author of a number of books and articles on bird life, and other subjects of natural history. He de voted his life to the study of nature, particularly birda. He was connect ed with several Anns of civil engt neers and surveyors. He la survived by a widow, three daughters and two sons, Blanche. Rowena, Krma, J Cla re, Jr., and Cylde. His father. J. C. Wood, a brother. Walter, and one "sister. Blanche M. Wood, also survive Funeral services will be conducted In the home, Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. A change for the better In the gen eral shipping situation Is expected within tne next few weeks. Charter rates are we||,t»e|ow the Sgurea cur rent earlier in the year. PATERSON BROS. BUY 20 ACRES Firm Now Holda 100-Acre Tract, Partly Subdivided, On Six-Mile-rd. Paterson Bro*. & Cos. have pur chased from Malt J. Krwln. of liar bor Bprlnge, Mich., 10 acre* of land on the Blx-MUe-rd., and from Iktvid Oppenhetm. the Derfllnger tract of 10 acre* on the t'harles-rd., both pieces being in aectlon No. 17, Ham tramck. With the parcel* previously purchaaed by Palerson Broa. £ Cos. from the Doed«nbach estate. Edwin Bartlett, Hlppollt Moenart, George Blum, William Caldwell and Wal ter Bparting, thi* Arm now hold* 100 acre* In one tract. The price paid on the laat purcha**H In aaid to have been about $2,000 per acre. Forty acre* of thl» tract has al ready been platted and sold In High land Gardena aubdlvlalon. and High land Gardens addition, and another tract of 30 acre* 1* now being of fered for reaervatlon a* Paterson Bros. A Co.'k aubdlvlalon. In view of the shortage of houses, these lots should meet with ready sale on account of (heir nearness to the Ford, Maxwell, Dodge Bros and all the Highland Park and Hamtratnok factories. The l>avi»on car line, now In operation and being extended to Oakland-ave., near the Ford plant, passes the property. INVENTOR OF DEATH CHAIR NOW LIFE SAVER |tsslls«r4 from I'age One) tlon. which has been followed by the invention of several Improved me chanica! respiratory devices, that Dr. Fell's name will go down to posterity. "I have made more money killing men than having men.' said Dr Kell Friday afternoon, when Inter viewed by The Times. "Hut the number saved is far greater than those killed by electricity In punish ment for crime. It has been said hat 50,000 lives have been saved by ihe principles of mechanical respirn Hon that l worked out many years ago." He continued; The first electric chair ever d* vised, the one that l * home at Buffalo and to the Au burn (N. Y.) prinoii. wan u»*il >n ui execution of William K. mml*r in • iil v lA4O It wti that Hum** >^R’ that’ I auoke In Detroit before the American Association •of Ist* on "The influence or »•!<•» tri< n > on protoplasm" Experiment! were conducted showing the effects <m be lower form* of h 'f h Xas f a r Tiv»aectloniat In a niedbal college at tiiat time, and wa.-« gtcat- Iv interested In knowing why *le<- IrUity killed so uulckly. one day the authorities of Buffalo Uet reed that all unlicensed dogs should be killed by electricity I took m> oaratu* to the pound and made cx perlment* * m w‘bb h th- author look great Interest. The «-onclusions of iii*\ report brought about tne pa**agc of the New York execution Believing in the efficacy of elec tricity as a drxtroyer of life. I con ferred with General Au*tln lAlhroju superintendent of prisons In New York state at that time, and told him of my ideas of electric and presented sketches He aaked me to build one. nnd to kc'P matter absolutely secret l A’ xV, completion. I shipped It to the Au burn prison. It wa* In that chair that K.nirnler was executed Thorough experiments were con ducted with the dynamo previously to make certain that the device was working properly. 1 will say to those who look upon tlvl" means of execu tion differently than from what I do that we went ahead then arid mads sure at every step that we were do ing the right thing . T was present at the execution of Kemmler and two others. After th.i ctirrent was sent thr<*ugh Ihe body, there was not a move «'f a muscle. All seemed to enjoy the Idea that they were to meet death without psln. Kemmler smiled at me Just nefore the current was turned on. and said: "Hee that I am not hurt. If men are to be executed, elec tricity l* the nest wsy. They suffer no pain, aa the electric current is so many times more rapid than tne nerve current." .. . It wa* while he was a United States government engineer on the harbor work for the Buffalo break water In 18H9 that l)r. Fell Aral t** gan working on the principle of me chanical respiration. Under his su pervision the first crib was laid for that great piece of engineering work. Later he was associated as director with the Crystal Beach Steamboat Cos., running out of Buf falo to Canadian points. While en gaged In thia work, he continued study on the respiration principle, and later In a medical school, he had opportunities to prepare net* and advance the vivlaectlon respiratory methods, for convenience in labora tory work. BANK RESOURCES AND DEPOSITS ARE INCREASING Actual condition of the Detroit banks at the close of business Thurs day afternoon, as reported by tne Detroit Clearing House asaoclation. waa as follows: I/oana, $216,428,000 increase $2- 4R7000; U. R. bonda and premiums, $2,847,0041; specie. $5,767,000, In crease, $88,000; currency, $12,259,- 000 Increase $837,000; due from re serve banka, $38,223,000, Increase, $168,000; total reserve. $58,240,000, Increase. $878,000; due from othe: banka. $21,377,000, Increase, $822,000; total cash resource*. $77,826,000, in crease $1,700,000; circulation, $2, 124,000 decrease $31.00«*; deposits —savings $161,889,004*. increase $202,000; deposits commercial $181,869,000, Increase. $4,303,000; j to tal deposits. $269,319,000 Increase $4- 505,000. Louisville A Nashville has declared a .1»- per cent semi-annual dividend. placing the stock on a 7 per cent an nual basis. DETROIT TIMES DETROIT EDISON EARNINGS GAIN HEAVILY IN MAY Detroit Edison Cos., in It* con solidated comparative earning* and Income statement for May and the five months of IDJ6, makes a highly gratifying showing for Its stock holders. Net for May, after all de ductions. whs $185,140.87, a gain of 55.2 per cent over May. 1915- Net for the five months was $1,181,358.74, an Increase of 46.7 per cent, com pared with the same period in 1915 Groat revenue In May was S76L -803 79, an Increase of 31.8 per cent, and for the five months’ period. $4. 133,520.09. which shows a Rain of 29.fi per cent. Net income, after deduction for operating, non-operating and depre ciation reserve, was $271,254 81, 30.9 per cent more than a year ago. These deductions for the month to taled $490,598.98. Net Income for the five months of 191*? was $1,641,879.66. compared with $1,230,334.14 during the first five months of 1915. Th* new Stut* Motor Car Cos., which 1* buns organised by Allan A. Ryan and w**oelatea, will have an Issue or 75.000 share* of stock, no par value. • f which sLSOO Shares have been ayn ii ate,| and will be offered for auh- S( nption at $55 a share. P!PI I PAbtS ONE CENT A WORD Cash with order; If charged. 7c a line. No transient advertising Inserted for less than 15c with cash; »* changed, 18c per Insertion. The above rates apply to all c’aral- Acatlona except Birth*, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries. Meeting Notice*, etc. . Births, Deaths. Card* of Thanks and Meeting Notice* Minimum charge, Sscfor 25 word* or leak Each sfl l.ticnsl word, t l-9<- Births BOY 8. Anthony Iwikeski. 10«2 Orleans; Martin Clm*k. 641 Forest K.: .J*tin PauuMtle. 447 u Cavalry; Michael Piklu 348 Roseclale-<-t.; l>*o Huunler IKS McClellan; Wni. Koch. Canton, l-'ram-ls \V. Merrian, 10S2 Field Tony Balb'*. 44S Mack; Oe muii«4 \V Smith. 225 Holbrook. Mier nv Stolinan. 109 Wilkins; Murray B. Harris. Marr Maternity hospital: Herman Broshe, 157 J Gilbert; .Ben Amltln. Harper hospital; John Cold well. 26s Twenty-ninth; Oat-ar I*. Hagel. 327 Fifteenth. Wllllant Mrs ter. 181 W. Canfield; Howard S. Niedt-rtneier. I'*23 (Sarfleld; Joseph Boravk. ■>> Wesson; Martin Puih. 18 Martin; Robert Brock. 218 la» May: Andrew 1.0/..m. 2tl» Hibbard; Jack Seienkow. Woman's hospital, l>e Laura. 37 Fifteenth: James S. Nichole. 546 Greenwood; Michael Choiodnik 92 Iceland; Jacob lake, fi* I’ordyce; Henry Lienau. 1413 Mili tary. George Miller, 24 Melville; Hurry Rulgewell, 72 Henry; Chas. Michael, 154 K. Woodhrldgc; lz*y Geyef. 140 Brewster; lohn Plecaulla. 7’.if Twenty-thinl: BenJ. Leonardo, 4ft| Sheridan Lynnan Trbovlch. 1495 Russell, loan Cl« gelka. 705 Superior: Harold I* Rowe. 7M> »-'lfteenlh. I'red A. Wy.-koff, 147 ijrtSalle Gardens S., Stephen Krelen, 6'.*7 I’lquette, nel Longtry, 959 K. Igifayette; Ktml V’oss. 1612 Field. Peter Rakieekl, 61 Hartford; Irsnk Grosyk Ift i Maj bury Walter B Waters. 561 Eight eenth, Kavol Hwlstnk. 74 Norton: Giuseppe Vetten. 177 Illinois. Ol RIJ4. Ben Brown. 1296 Holcomb; Samuel Palmer, Van Wormer sanitarium; John Meyeskic. 98 Newton; John \\ >- J*|chow*'kl. 454 Thirty-second; Ed ward H Wischer, .551* Green. Glenn Marlin Stewart, 217 Myrtle; Alfred Braun. 119$ Crane; Harry Waaler. Harper hospital: Joseph Kchrage, Woman's hospital; Georg* Kut*<n, Florence Crlttenton home. John IV. Boon 18 Reed * pi.. Joe Tontoaumas. 233 Cardonl; Oscar B Massey, 520 Twenty-eighth; Jay and. Gould. 650 Igvkevl’ew Anthony Graxhowskl, 199 Poplar, ntto latudge, 106 Twenty eighth; Walter BoJdUn, 18 Fordyce. Alev Mullins. 927 Bdvldere, Clarence Johnson, 1003 Twelfth; Paul 11. Wencel. 1(»71 Twenty-fourth Mike .Taber. 136 I aimed K.; Ross H Boblt. 14*50 Beuuhleu: Adam Poplawskl, 767 Palmer E. Peter Reske. 135 Kunlun: Alfred Oamulakl. 1 24h Junction. John Downing, 15 Wesson. Andrew 7,\ - wate, 60. J Roosevelt; Steve White. 950 Green Glovarchino Russo, 445 Rio pelle; Giuseppe Liberata. 790 Rivard: Peter Koxiblnt. 1141 I'ubnls; Kdward Kowalsky, 468 Moran; Grant Pom eroy. 488 Antoinette .George Thom as. 4ft f-7. Hasting* Deaths Louise M. Htthnke. J 46 H*idson. 11 months. acute Indigestion. Hen y Zanni. 31 Hunt. 5 years, meningitis Bartoio Meaalno, 411 Lafayette F. , 1 year, broncho pneumonia. Fed 7,a --gonc. Chlbiren* Free hospital. 5 months, marasmus; Hllvia Rrent. 203 IC. Columbia. 70 years, mitral Insuffi ciency; Samuel Smith. Providence hospital. 48 years, arterlo sclerosis; Charles Johnson, Receiving hospital about 94 years, acute nronffpltls Becky Lacks. 290 Matson. 25 yea-*, acute pulmonary oedema. llomar Mierman, 2 Harper hospital Delra bran«h. 24 years, acute dilltntion of heart k'l<*rence Jauorskl. llermnn Kiefer hospital. 40 years, strangulat ed hernia; Halvester K. Harrington, lift! Brooklyn, 77 years, senility: David 9. Htraiiss. 1405 McKinley. 36 years, laryngeal tuberculosis. Thom as R Hc«»fleld. $57 Drexel, 45 years, par-sis, Arthur L. Harm. 620 Mel drutn, 8 days. Icterus ne«inatorlum, lohn Zclsa. 17* Newton. 66 years, car tilac Insufficiency; Joseph A Lewis. 721 Reaublen, 41 uremic pois oning. Lucy J. Clark, 402 Sherman. 71 years, cerebral hemorrhage. Anna Lestiowska. 147 St. John, 23 years, lobar tuberculosis; Jessie Lsmpard, 45 l-'.ast High, 3k rears, enteritis. Sa rah K. Capelin. 4*2 Lincoln, about 80 years, senile debility. ~ HRLF ITATmSIk—M ATT, BOnK k KKI’KRh. afenograpnera and general office help wishing posi tion. kindly call or write the Daisy R Miller Agency. 634 Chamber of Commerc*. CARPKNTKRS. rough and finisher, good wages; steady wofik. Apply before 8a m. or after 3 f m at 418 Holcomb BENCH CARPENTERS To assemble window frames, cup boards, molding doors, etc. Steadv work, good pay. W. F. Hurd Cos., | 20ft Campbell-*ve. National ColleffP Modem Dance , SrFCtAL COURSE s|o>3 EIGHT I.KSsONS-$. M Ids FOX I'll’ »T FP. YWP waltz two htfp. HYNCOPATI'ID WALK. -.M 1L (New) Atl ■ 203 Fisher Arcsde. ikg w 349-253 VV nod ward-gvg, 9 r WANTED —Halesmeiv $54 first week, $621 one month. Two records. De tail tu« n on new Mth-gradc «h* * specially. Big seller he Aral. B«ix K, N*.. 41. Tim**. 'Try B'-mii Kb*rnl Service." “Flowers for Everybody” The I, Bemb Floral Company. Albert Pochelon Main 2ftd! 153 Bstee-st. c. fTbihd & co^ Funeral Directors 27 West Hancock Ave. F’hore Grand 315? Detroit. Mich in i r tv wn i)—rCNALI A GKNKI UIRL fur i tioking Md downstairs wnik. In aummer eut t.ag* Point Vux Kuruues. Wages s'*. Applv 212 Seminole. ALTERATION WOMAN—4jnod steadv i competent par*Ml. Ask in & Murine, 179 chelby. ALTERATION HELP wanted Norbro Sh |. 17 E. Grand River, aecond floor. KXI'F.i: 11'.\< 'KD lady attendant. De troit Bath House, West Fort and Twenty-first. Phone West 1449. BINDERY GIRLS for stitchers, rul ing machine feeders, snd also ex pc ri•* ti • and bindery girls In other work Apply room 32 Rowland bldg., 179 Shelby-*t. CAMII IKK Experienced, with good references 193 Woodward. CASHIER wanted at 20« Randolph fSnrdella COOK by July l'> at Protestant Or phan Asylum. ''3B East Jefferson. GIRL for noons; no Sun days Roerths Penobscot, 43 W Fort. DleMM’ VSH KR.Q for night and day I $Ol Oratlot. ELDERLY LADY desires position as h<'Usekt*»|.er In family of two. 45 Mitchell-ave FIRST-CLASS BTARCHER and other help wanted. Parla I<*undry, 2ft2 Catherlne-»t. FOI DING MACHINE OPERATOR want'll must understand plunger tvpe muctilnes. Fourth floor 45 W. Congress. TFI.EPHONE OPFRATORS WANTED Owing: to the conatantty in creasing: number of calls, we require additional operator*. Fay while learning:. Advance ment rapid. No slack season. Apply Michigan State Telephone Cos. r »r. John R and Madison. SEWING MACHINE OPER ATORS; HAND SEWERS; GIRLS FOR TABLE WORK; HIGHEST WAGES. AMERICAN LADY CORSET CO. Fort St. West, Corner Sixth Al TOMOllll.fSa FOR REAL BAR GAINS IN USED CARS, SEE US. TIME PAYMENTS IF YOU WISH. THE WIN TON CO., 12 7 0 WOODWARD AT MEDBURY. ALADDIN GARAGE $46 55 All ma terial complete. Shipment made day order received. Call 607 Ford bbl* . or nhon* Main 1860. Rt MIXHki orrORTUNITHG* QUICK PROFITS —Build an Aladdin House on your lot and make uuitk and profitable turnover. Call 607 Ford bldg., or phone Main 1860. MONK t TO LOAN Liberal Ix>ans on Real Estate Money to Loan on Vacant B«cnnd mortgage loans on reality Will buy equities In vacant lots and Improved property. EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. CONSTRUCTION LOANS Liberal amounts. J. K. Weber, 204 Gratiot. WE BUY LAND CONTRACTS. Detroit Land Contract Cos. sl2 613 Hammond Bldg Cad. f*M6 PKltmiv ti,i NGTICK—If any poor giri Is In trou ble needing sdvlce. friendship or help, write or call on SECRETARY MARGARET DUFFY. 993 Fort-at. west. Sslvatlon Armr. FOR *4l.li—Yllßt ICLLANKOL* Typewriters—Late Models Underwood, Corona. Ryyal, Smith, Renting- K&S ton. $lO to $1)0, or rent li to $3 month Detroit Typ<-wilter Cos.. 160 Jef fersnn. near Woodward. Main 410$. ALADDIN RBaUI-CUT HOME—Save four profits by building this way. Colt at 607 Ford bldg, or phone Main 3860 for full Information and prices. SODA FOUNTAIN, billiard and pool tables, n*-tv and aecond-hand Gen Marsh Cv.. 20 E. Atwater. K Z term*. Typewriter Bargains sls to SSO, direct from ractory. ea#y terms. UNDERWOOD. ROYAL. CO RONA, etc. Renting $1 So up. Larg est stock In city. C. S TYPE WRITER CO.. Cadlllse 6695. Cam pus Marllus. next Detroit opera house. ROOMS- Fhrnuur* tor ro< ms com plete. $1 week Sumner. Mich A ! *.h. STORAGE furniture, nearly new t>*r giln price. Sumner Cos.. Mlcr. A tth. W. D. PABWATEL. HARDWOOD FLOOR CONTRACTOR; NEW OR OLD WORK DONE (NO DUbT) WEST 2272-W. rnr tAi-K—RP.xuim FOR HALE AT LAKE ORlON—Two story bearding house, 31 roonis. steam heat; ham. woodshed, chick en park, outside rrllar, large gar den. Alsf< h'gh-class fastest motor boat on lak* Dr C A. DeCeti, lock box 1»«. Pontla . Mira. PHntlns—lSs yen sr*i nln4—lfe*t la right—t'lmr* J*h KOK » % I.F— bfmDEMT; niuCKN I % Tust finjshed“ 15-Family Apartment Centrally Located Showing 11 r /r Net $20,000 Will Handle It. See VAN PABST, 508 Moffat Building. Cherry 4625. nr.’how\RD. SNAP 5 mom* a rid bath, tn good condition. EBERT, 809 Majestic Bldg. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 434 Kk fit I .aw n (Drake). near Jeffer mm, h new modern luingiilow In a fine residentihl section II ha*x * 12\lli living room, spacious dlnlng room. a good-sized kitchen, nicely arranged. The sleeping room* of ample size. Sleeping porch, selected oak floors throughout; flnest work manship Heleet your own rhandi lcr*s and shades. A complete home for a workingman. 14.1500: terms to suit. We also have others on T'hlilips. Manlstlgue and Druael. Most- Houghten Cos., Builders and .Owners, 770 Mainilton-ave. Hickory 2788. DOUBLE HOUSE MELDRUM AVE. Close to Jefferson. * rooms on each side, modern Rented for l*o per month. Will sacrifice to get equity FOUR-FLAT Cuater-ave. 7 rooms ea- h, all rent ed; building tn A1 condition; 60- ft. frontage. CORNER DUBOIS and Jay. cottage rented as store, large 8-rootn house In rear w'tn full basement. Price 15.000 on WILSON & UO.. 1010 Cham, of Commerce, (ad. WILLIAMS~AVE. Vear Klrhv; large residence. * rooms and bath, in good condition. on easv terms; $3,230. , , EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. VINEWOOD AVE. 5-FAMILY APT. Brsnd new. each apartment consist ing of 5 rooms, bath and shower, sleeping porch. 2-car ; .,L ot 40x150 Rentals $2,540 Price $lB.- 500 Good home and Investment. *4 block from car line. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. CHOICE TWO-FAMILY Close to North Orand-blyd.; brick, alx large rooms and hath, three> rooms. French doors and beamed ceilings 36-ft lot. side drive and douhle garage. A bargain for half Mafoney-Campbell v Free Press Bldg Member Detroit Real Estate Board. Flat Near Jefferson On paved street, easy terms. Rental $528 Trice $3,850. Flat on Concord, modern; fine locn- FlVt "near Mack, on A*“ A rm *’ ° r will take vacant lot: EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldgr ' 2 FAMILY FLATS CONCORD-AVE **•*!!!) CANTON-AVF Pt’UITAN-AVF. FIELD-AVE.. B V IMOO VAN DYKE. B V.. KISHKR-AVE.. R. V ‘•*2„ CANTON-AVE. BEWICK-AVE ®’ st)o A. LAVEROCK RIDOE 033 4 524 K E*RCHE V AL- A VE. "NR.GRAND RIVER Cottage on easy terms. $1,750. HurMnit, nr. Mack. SSOO down, $2.80« Fischer, near Gratiot. s*>oo down. $2 *IOO, w ill take vacant lot. EBERT, 399 Majestic Bldg^ DOUBLE HOUSE East Grand Boulevard Between St Agnes and St brick tile roof, steam heat. Pitts burgh water heaters. 10 rooms each side, double brick garage, lot lOOx 17,3 Rentals. $3,000 yearly. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce SI,OOO Down New two-family, five room* and bath each, beamed celling*, separate rur naces modern to minute. 4% block from car Price SB,OOO. Maloney -Campbell Realty * «>.. 584 Free Press bldg. Member Detroit Rtal Estate Board. WHY PAY HIGH RENT when you can buy a coxy bungalow for a small pavment down and 1 per cent monthly? Let us show you what yvr have. Call Grand ..<3. after 7:30 evenings 274 ARNDT ST. House built for home; right very largo rooms, newly decorated; hot water. bath; In flr*t-cla»a condi tion; convenient to flv ecar llnra. Bargain, cash or term* REIGER—OWNER 801 Chamber of Commerce. Main 2&* IF VOTT HAVE A HOUSE or 6-famMy flat and your price* are right we can eel! them tor you. Call Grand 87*3 after 7:80 evening*. DICKINSON’S GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Price*, term*, street* and number* of over 200 different properties per month. A telephone call will put v,>u on our mailing list. Cadillac 383, or address Dickinson Real Estate Exchange. 23 Campau bldg . Detroit, Mich. 5-Room House, $298 Complete material for building a S room cottge |2»B. Scv- four prof its. Call 807 Ford bldg., or phone Main 8880. *O4 VANCOUVER —' Two-Story *mgle; 64.3 50. Walnut 3804-W ' TO HKVr—HOI «K 8 Hannan Rental Apency A free Hat of house* and flat*. Call In person at the oldest and largeat real estate exchange In Michigan, i Bii OftAW BLDG TO RK3I—ROOtIV HOTEL. FRANKLIN Cor. turned *rd Bates-only a block from Woodward and Jefferson-avsa. and only hall a block from the new Interurban Halting room Extra fine rooms at 73c. It and II.SO per dar _ 118 WINDER —Rnoma. running wa ter. Also single, TO HB\T—FI. ITB FEAT TO RENT—To rent, modern furnished flat for July and August 460 llubbard-ave Telephone West 2131-M Call between 6 and 7 p m wmr.n-rn kv ium.k WE EXCHANGE your old furniture for new or give you cash. Main ;*ot. 163 Michigan-ave. Prtstl*s —lke pta.w weal hind—.am la right—'Tlate* Job tie**.- — Mala 1113%. ytlli BAU—VAC ANT LOTS FOH ICLK—\ AfCCT U>fl Names and Addresses i I HAVE A NT3I BEK OF LOTS TO BELL. AND THEY RE GOOD THE OIL BUSINESS AND HAVEN'T TIME TO SELL THEM Ilf THCJ| I HUAI. WAY AND THEME ARE Nt>T ENOUGH IAJT* KOK MJB ej Ab\ KRTIHK THEM AB A KUBIJI VISION, Null COULD 1 CALL ALL THOSE Wilu WOIJLD ANSWER AN AD IF 1 DKSURIBBO yk/j ACTLY WHAT l HAVE TO OFFER THEY ARK CLoBK-lN UJTE-fifl NEAR STREET CARS NOW AND IN A RAPIDLY BUILDING HKCTfOS N where NO ONH COULD DOPBT THE SURE INCRE'AHE IN TALUK ■ THESE LOTH ARE IN A MOST CONVENIENT LOCATION AND fit? IT* ? ABLE Fur BUILDING NOW FIRST TWO HOLD WKRIC ITAKRB 1 IMMEDIATELY FOR BUILDING THEY AltK EXCELLENT V ALU ft J AT 1..00 APIECE AND I WILL SELL THEM AT ONCE FOR. Off SI REASONABLE TERMS HPKCIAI IK YOU BUY THEM KltOM MB 1 DIR EOT. I WILL ALLOW YOU S2O OFF. THE USUAL AGENT** COMMISSION UKOVIDED YOU GO AND SHF. THE LOTS YOtTRfWIJr* NEAP OARS AND l-AWY TO FIND SEND ME YOUR NAME AND 1 ADDRESS AND I WILL SEND YOU FULL PARTICULARS AND A A MAP YOU WILL IMMEDIATELY REALIZE THAT YOU WAVS M STRUCK A BARGAIN. INQUIRE Jj “OWNER OF LOTS” CARF. OF EFFICIENCY. OI L CORPORATION. LIMITED. 738 PENOBSCOT BLDG. CADIU-AC Ikfifc 9 EVENINGS NORTH «S4-W. FACTORY MTKS FACTORY MTF.g j| FACTORY SITE T I 51/4 ACRES Corner Connecticut and Cardoni Avenues. \ Adjoins Maxwell Motor Cos. Close to Ave. car line. Best piece of acreage on west \ side of Grand Trunk R. R., between Ford Motor ] Cos. and aew Cadillac site. HOMER WARREN & CO. | 1227 Chamber of Commerce KOK SALE—VACANT LOTS ~HOMER WARREN & CO. VACANT EAST SIDE . Lakevlew, 30 ft $ 800 CopUn. SO ft „ Bfidford-rd., near Keroheval. 3,000 Continental, 45 ft., Ist block 1,87$ Bedford-rd.. near Charlevoix. 2.02.* Flr< her-rd 2,00*1 Kensdngton-rd 4,300 Emerson • • • • 1.150 NORTH WOODWARD Bvron. near Palllater **'l*!!! Pallister, near Wilton 1.800 F..rrand *.200 Eaton ->'so ('rawford. near 7-Mile-rd.... 5,5 Home, near 7-Mlle-rd 800 Norton, near 7-Mlle-rd Miller, near 7-Mlle-rd 575 Walker, near 7-.Vllle-rd Murray, near 7-Mlle-rd 825 NORTHWEST Blaine, near Dexter, 38 ft... $1,200 Maplewood _ JJBO Underwood, 35 ft 1.-8 J Highfleld L3B* Martlndale 1.5JJ0 Whitefleld Hillaboro 1588 Longfellow. near 12th *.4S© Philadelphia, cor 14th Pingree. near 14th 1.8;* Philadelphia. near 14th 1.4*»8 Euclid, near 14 th 1.500 Taylor, near Dexter '• .!! Blaine, near 14th 1.85® Boaton-blvd.. Joy farm 8.400 Jamea-ave., near Gd. River... 8,5 1227 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NORTHWEST VACANT JAMES-AVE.. cloae to Grand Rl\er and Inside city limit*.s 8.5 PINGREE. near Llnwood, 30x 125; s3oo down. ROCHESTER, between Lawton and Llnwood. 30x107 $ 850 ERIE-AVE., near Tlreman. 40x 125. all Improvements $ *OO WHITEFIELI) (Dailey Park). second block, 30x120 1,264 DEXTER-BLVI).. corner, unre stricted. 48x120, only SB6 per foot. HIGH LAND-AVE.. nr. Twelfth. 30x107 8S) PH'LA DELPHI A, near Dexter blvd, 30x108 SBO ALEX. WATSON 803 Hammond Bldg. MONTROSE PARK ROYAL OAK restricted lots on the Stone rd.. close to the car line. Red Run Golf club and one of the best mod ern schools near Detroit. Only 8c car fare 50-lt. lots from S4OO up. Easy terms. 10% down. Special In ducement to Builders. FRANK E. BRIGGS, 835 Dime Bk. Bldg., Main 1794 Hamilton Blvd. Frontage Between Florence and Geneva. 90x100. ALEX. WATSON SO3 Hammond Bldg. TERRACE SITE 60x108—52,100 Southeast corner Coplln and Waterloo EXCELLENT RENTING SECTION Opposite 6-acre park of new’ SIOO,OOO school; all Improvements In. 2 blocks north of Jefferson and 10 minutes' walk fr<>m Continental, Hudson and Chalmers plants. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. S2S~TAKES EQUITY Four lots, each 35x150 ft., for $375. which Is $0 4 a lot; 45 minutes from city hall, out Grand Rlx’er. Think of It; 4 lots for $375. Terms Own er, box K, No. 36, Times, WOODWARD & 7-M ILE~ Office 1 Blk. East Open Sunday Until 2 O’clock Biggest bargain In n<>rth-end lots: 3 lot* one block esst of Woodward, only $650. 20-ft business lots <>n 7- Mlie-rd.. sold on term* HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. 60 TUXEDO AVET LOT 100 x 130 Very fine home and large lot com pletely filled with beautiful shruh herv Mlg bargain at $10,500. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1 227 Chamber of Commerce ROY AI, OAK LOTS Have small equity If taken for cash at once. Box S, Detroit Tlmea. BUILDERS & INVESTORS Coplin and Lakeview Lots Inside the city and with all Im provements In and ready to bnlld on. 10 minutes' walk from Hudson. Continental nnd Logler motor plants. Be sure and consult us he. fore buying In this section Prices S6OO up Corner 6rtxlnß, only $2.000; terms HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. Modern Bungalow $695 Complete material tor building five room modern bungalow $595 Ship ment same day order received. Call 607 Ford bldg, or phone Main 3860. HTURAOB AXU 14RTAOR ACME Storage mammoth warehouse. Storage, moving M $99. 41 Oilman. CENTRAL STORAGE CO., moving, packing, fireproof: rates right. Mo tor van* for suburban moving Phone Cadillac 69. ROEHL BROS. Storage. Cartage and Packing Office, 142 Alfred Ridge 821 PARTY MOVING to California can rent part of car. Central Storage Cos. CadMlac $6 Printing—>tbe plain went kiss—test it right—Tlmea Job Dept—Main 4AM. PAGE 11 rok *.i,.iv—frAttan. 'Vi ■ ■ ■ ■ - i.udWl 14* ACRES. MIC, BEAVER, with goog 4 htiilolgge and fruit. A anap. 80 amen on Loon Lake, near PpitwH 2 good houses, bains. 3 good horgmi. 8 head cattle, with all tools, ttfltlpe] and crops. Only SIB,OOO. j« 146 acres on Huron river, f-robilCTl house with bath electric light*)*! power Only sl2.* per acre. ■;y 1 Frank E. Briggs, the Farm MaMgi 835 Dime Bk Bldg. Main 1794.; CRANBERRY LAKE FARM 'T Best farm in Oakland townahtyN* Sportiest lake in Southern Peninsula. 4 ■jf i 10 acres on ROCHESTER 32 miles north of Detroit on tlMI* hills. A pretty, pleasant, profitable?' Investment Price $l6O par icrA., Including stock, crop* and tooigj hlko 5 per cent commission. It out estate men please copy and lift from this ad 1 want $2,000 qulc«.} Geo. W. Pierce, owner, $7 Avglogfit nve,. Highland Park, Mich. On Mich. Ave. Car Line 20 noees with good 7-room framotß cellar, big tile-roof barn, lota NB fruit, about 1!' miles from Datroltj.;, City Hall: a $15,000 placa for flfi.b'fl 500, one-third down. \3H Fine 120-acre, well-tmprovcfi f»rmu„ everything goes with It. located'*, near Randall Beach, not far Irtifi) Orion Luke, a $12,000 property tkrH; $10,500. See us for these and other good buffi* ’ around Detroit for the least moßs*|r, ( HENRY PLASS AGENCY , 612 Moffat Bldg., Detroit. ■■ j! FLORIDA —Caloosah&tcnee Rlvar, acres, fronting mile and half fifiT Dixie Highway. Write quick fofi_ description and price. AfldrafifiT Doak A.vdelett, Tullahoma. Tana. YVANTED—HB.AL KUTiTfi , ■ J WILL BU\ equities in vacant lot*, improved property or kml estate under foreclosure. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bid*.- Liberal Loans on Realty. A —— —. LIST your vacant property » with us for immediate sale. ! Main 6406. 1 HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chandler of Commerce WANTED A number of good lot* with water nnd aewer fur building at Will pay tip to $ I,oob per lot a r id pr« fer them In lot* of five or rnorfi. Box B. No. 4, Times, v ,'*Bj i LOT OWNERS—DoubIe your ordlfie ary profit* by building an Aladdtu' , Regdi-Cut House. Quick erectlufiir extremely low costs. Call at 607 Ford bldg . >r phone Main 38$d. .WANTED—A lot 35x 40 ft. for a »wo. I familv. shady side. Walnut 392- I ** i ■ - .'.am FOR HALF—HI AIN F.954 I'HOI'KITV ""SAFE INVESTMENT I SHOWING 10 PER CENT MACK AVE. STORES PRICE $27,000 RENTALS $2.530 ' Nev* building 1 stores snd flats, steam heater In each. Rentals ar l ranged on sibling si ale, so that I nn>l* r present l«-n.<es the property 1 will earn $3,80(1 per year Inside *.f I throe years This is a safe, conser vative Investment The kind you need not worry about. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce ! AVE. STORE l-atorv .-olid brl« k. lot 20x120, be tween Fifth nnd Mlxth-sfs. Rentals fi osft Price $16,000. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce DOWNTOW N~CORNER 68 x 138 lln heart of commercial centtr. Ol»fi ~r the b* «t business sites to he had. Fine lo« stlon for permanent Invest ment \\ ill sell below market valu«. 1227 t'hsrnher of ("nmmerca. :-g HOMER WARREN & CO. i ‘ I'Sit.'-r r t’omrnerea. j ro i:Tt h\ \ 1.1 —it K vi. Kw rATK-^ LAND CONTRACTS ItOUOHT LIBERAL LOANS ON REAL ERTAT®. MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOT* MONEY TO LOAN ON REALTY EQTTTIEB REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES A gPECIAT.TY EBERT. 309 Majentlr Bldtf. nI(K \\l> It I\ EH IHOYTAfiI ’ 38-FT. FRONTAGE on beautiful OgicT land 'tiiniy lake. Rig bargalg. ' rimes i nit a M.K—ACNKAGB Heart of Tractor Dintrict 20 ACRES PRICE $1,200 PER ACRE Right In the path of the big develop., ment Will double In value In tws years Don’t let tills get away from mu We can make terms lIOMKR WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce W 4 At l" M -utxi F.1.1 4 A KOI t CASH for old false teeth, gold eyogrilA broken jewelry, diamonds, watehst, etc . full value paid Liber* v Nfg; Cos., 97 Woodw and. 4th floor eliritot.