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WEDNESDAY. .! l T N E 21. 1916.
PESSIMISM PREVALENT IN CAPITAL Lansing Doubtful of Peaceful Outcome In Crisis BLOCKADE OF COAST RUMORED No Yielding To Car ranza Demands Now Possible BY CARL* D. GROAT (fftaff Corrrxponitent United Pren».) WASHINGTON. Juno 20. Passim fi«m over Mexican matters predomi nated In official quartern today. Even those who had hoped Amer ican mobilisation would tame Mex ico’s martial spirit were today less confident that this would he the case. A stronger feeling was that the militia of the i’nltod States may see Mexican service One story was that the admtntn tratjon expects to bottle up Mexican port* nt once Official* admitted this could be done, though they did not admit early today this thin Is the anticipated course. The Pacific fleet is cn route to the west coast of Mexico. Other ships dot both coasts. All are ready for action. Tampico i* the special point men tioned in blockade discussion. There, p was said, a blockade could he laid without hampering the supply of oil for the British flee, from the held* up the Panuco ri\er Thi- tipply must not be stopped, nffii ml- - ay. lest Great Britain and the I'nlted State* become Involved in a dispute The frank penalmism of Secretary of State lainsing In hi* di-< ussion of Mexico gave affairs .1 sinister turn that he has not hitherto admitted ms note to t’arran/; -aid to lie the strongest document yet *• nt -onth, was to he mailt pil lie during tin and > Mexican Ambassador Vtr*dondo was slated for a conferenee with Ijxn-dng this afternoon The ohject of hi x j swa* not revealed If he planned more efforis to have Ameri can troops withdrawn, as some re ports said, he was to he told once for all this. now. I* Impossible Reports of warlike declarations from Mexican governors served to show the trend of affair* though they had not come officially h* r. thi* forenoon One state department message tv vealcd that the cost of living ha* risen find per cent in Pity since June 1 For weeks past, chaos has been pictured bv consuls Much of thi* Information has been with held in the hope that conditions might take a turn for the heifer. Many Americans remain In Mex lco City, hut mo*t of these an finally heeding repeated warnings to leave. Mobilization in many states pro reeded rapidly today. Reports ifid' rated that the northern states an in the best State of preparedness. Secretary of War Baker has not yet. revealed orders to any slat* 1 to move to the border, but with affair* growing more sinister momentarily these orders may come at any time. I Classic Dancing Carnival Feature St** jut - ’ ' ALEXANDRA HURST. Who will present the rlnaalc Greek "Spring dance," in the cab aret to be given Thursday evtilng in connection with the streni carnl val on Chicago bivd west, between Third ave and Hamllton-blvd., for the benefit of the Animal Welfare association Miss Hurst Is a Iketrolt girl, who ha* developed front a child enter lalner at amateur affairs into dancer of talent, and a teacher of prominence. She will leave shortly for New York for several weeks’ Instruction tinder Sergius BankofT director of the Russian Imperial ballet Miss Hurst in conjunction with Marcus I.a Blanche will stage sev eral attractive numbers for the Ani mal Welfare association carnival. He’s Often Taken For Justice Hughes (L » * V I ■ ■ DR. W. E. BUEHLER. H*> Is In Detroit with the Chicago delegation to the convention of the Veiled Prophets. Because of the sl'le of his whiskers he bears a striking rescifiulancc to Justice Hughes, Republican presidential nominee. «nd ts often taken for the candidate. BOYS BE6IN WARONTHE PESKY FLY Junior Sanitary League Organizes For the Season HAROLD BERG IS CHIEF INSPECTOR 1 5,000 Youths To En ffa«:e In General Clean-up The annual tl\ swatting season is now In full swing With the com ing of the pleasure* and pests of *iinnner and the usual resurrection if the *crc« n* front the <lu.-t of the Dtp and f'dlar. the winged little foe of health and g« rm laden car rier of disease once more I* ,to be seen clinging to -croon doors, res taurant pie* ,md bald hi ads And with his r* turn comes also the an ntial cr\ of Hw at the fly " Foremost among those to go forth and battle w r ith the bain of man’s summertime existence is the Junior Sanitary league, an organization of two year*, which is composed of 5.000 Detroit boy- Those youthful ‘fly swatters.' with a perfected or ganization and a detailed plan of campaign, have started to war upon the insect with a vigor and thor oughness that threatens the com plete annihilation of the species Mnsca fVttnestlca. With 40 captains, assigned to dlf * ferent districts about the city, work ing tinder Chief Inspector Harold Berg, the boys are preparing to wipe out the flv family and to gen orally improve sanitary conditions around the city. The plan developed by the league consists of scout work by the Indi vidual "privates" working under the various captains, lieutenants and in spectnrs When a member of the league discovers a place infested bv files due to some remediable condi tion, he notifies his captain, who In turn makes n request of the person n sponsible that the condition he remedied. If nothing is done Ihe health department is nottfled. Henry F Vaughn, epidemiologist of the hoard of health, will co-oper ate with the youthful campaigners and will handle the complaints they bring to the department. Accord ing to an announcement of the hoard if health made at the end of las* I mturner’s campaign, the number of e.ises directly traceable lo the dl* ease spreading activities of the fly were reduced by half, owing to the work of the Junior league NO POSTERS ON POLES OR TREES, SAYS GILLESPIE Police Commissioner John Gilles pie. Tuesday morning, Issued an or der that all political advertising on trees or telephone poles he torn down. Complaint front the Safety Fltsf Federation of America invited the order when it was stated that sev ernl linemen are dally being injured by tack* and nails protruding from poles, and that such Injuries often cause blood poisoning The depart ment also considers such poster* tin sightly. The order Is to take effect inline dlately. Commercial advertising matter Is Included Exercises are to be held today it Mlddlehury college In celebration of the innth anniversary of John Godfrey Saxe, the noted humorist l*oet, and a Mlddlehury graduate of ’39. Outbursts of Everett True. z^. ,|V r/ HeYi sm. », i* W//S>»T .DO YoV^B mcan by cubing POSTCRSV The Evening Story Bleeding Heart. Copyright. 1910. Ity \\ Werner i ,\t the third persistent ciang of the telephone lull Jean Bradlsh took down the receive-, i-.vpertence fore 1 warned her that it would be David Post's voice coming to her over the w ire. “You're going to Mr* Crippen s bridge, Jean'’ That's too long a walk for you I*et me take you in the car ” Between receiver and transmitter Jean face twisted in a provoked little grimace "Oh. thank you. David." he replied, "but I shall starl early and loiter, so I shan t mind. There's a place or two I mean to drop Into "Then I'll be there to bring you home." "Well Jean laughed faintly ; and hung up It seemed useless to protest further. As she turned from ) the phone she met her mother's eyes "Whnt would you do with a matt , like that?" she asked despairingly Mrs. Bradlsh. slender, calm and a* lovely at fifty as Jean was at twenty j five, passed her tatting shuttle back and forth in two or three intricate stitches before she replied "I should marry hint." "Mother!" The shuttle became motionless "It seems to no*, dear, that you are sub jecting him to needless vivisection You wouldn't hurt a fly yet you are tearing David Post’s heart into hit* every day. The worst of it I* you j rather enjoy seeing hint squirm un der your cruelty I hope there won’t come a time you regret It.” "But, mother, you don't tinder stand If he suffers it is his own fault. I don't want to keep him. I’ve told hint so, yet he persists It's every day and every day. I I'm realy In a state of >lege, but when all’s said and done, I shan’t marry hint " Mrs. Bradish did not speak aßaln She merely ntnde her shuttle flv, and after a moment's waiting for something more Jean went upstairs to get ready for the afternoon. She hated bridge, she did not like Mrs Crippen or the women she should meet about the eard table* However, one must do something with one's time If one Is not ntar ried It came to her that she might have been married long ago to David. But she was waiting for someone better than David —no. not exactly better, for he was good enough, but different If she could And a man like that wonderful Eng lishman who had married Elsie Pe vine! The Hon Percy Maxwell was redolent of the odor of romance. After all. It was the romance she hungered for IJfe so far had been simply an affair of facts—plain, solid, sensible facts It was like being fed on cold roast beef when one wns dying for Ice cream and chocolates. Not that Ice cream and chocolates would make any kind of a steady diet. Jean wanted her ro mance, nnd she exported the titan she loved to furnish her with it If was David's misfortune that there was nothlrg romantic about him. He was as impossible of change as a i problem In geometry. There were no surprises In hint, and after four years of his prosaic and persistent wooing Jean had no mind to commit herself to a long lifetime of the •vatne There was the usual little crowd at Mr*. Crlppen's. the usual prizes, the usual gown* And as usual Mrs Larkin was late. "Hhe’s got something new to wear and wishes m make a sensation," said Mr* Parker richer spitefully. Mrs. f’ar v er’s blue foulard w»s he ginning to look rather dingy and she knew It. "Or the • gathering a freah bit of DETROIT TIMES By Condo. go-sip to spring on us. Wonder w hat it will In-." remarked Miss J* s-itp. with a pondering look in her eyes Misa Jessup circulated as much news as did the weekly Tat tler and was proud of it. Bui even o. f-he scented a rival in Kate Lar kin \t five minutes past four Mrs Larkin entered. "It wasn’t anew dress this time. - sigh* and .Mr>. Parker in relief "Then it must have been " Miss Jessup began. "Oh. ladles’ The most awful thing ha* happened.'* Mrs. Larkins high voice sang through the rooms like an overturn fiddle string "That s why I’nt late You know m.v husband and Mr. Post are such friends ” Jean lifted her head and took a tighter grip on her cards. It was the first she had heard about Ton. i.arkin and David Post being friends What did the woman mean, anyway Someone was crying. ‘What's hap pened ? Tell us." Then Jean heard Mrs 1 arkln say distinctly, "Mr. Post was crossing Main stiept, with his head down, deep in thought - lie's acted so wer rled lately and he never saw or heard a thing apparently till th< motor truck struck him " Jean crumpled forward upon the card table. The next thing she ktii-w she was sneezing into a bottle of smelling salts She pushed it away and got up on her feet. Then quite firmly and without a word she walked past them all out of the room and out of Hie house Mrs. Parker eame running after her. "I'm going with you," she said Jean turned upon her fiercely “You're not l don't want you.” "But you'll g*-t run over, too "I don't care. I wish I could." Jean moaned. She walked on rapidly. Present|v she came to Miss Cosgrove's old fashioned house, wiih its bit of old fashioned garden hentnted In bv a high Iron fence. Jean felt her strength going suddenly and the deathly faintness returning. She leaned upon the fence to keep her self from falling What she saw as she leaned there she will never forget In-- id* the fence grew crisply a row of delicate green plants, and springing from these plants, strung on bending stems, were hundreds of small pink blossoms. "Bleeding heart"’ she thought, and shuddered Every fairy flower seemed to mock, to accu-c her, a* if it. Indeed were the warm, tender heart of the man which she had Impaled on her foolish fault of not loving where she would have adored She covered her face with her hands she felt herself sinking in spite of the fence A big. reliable arnt gathered her up. a big, gentle band caught her hands away from her face "Got to you Just In time, eh?" said David "What's the matter. Hnnev ’ Didn t you hear nte toot at you as I tore down the street after you ’ I called at Mrs. Crlppen's. and they »aid you'd gone. I was afraid you'd hear about by being knocked down and be so I Jumped info tit*' ear and hurried right over It wasn't anything, voit know. I almost got out of the way ran over the tail of my coat that'* all Com rt . get Into the car Now you’re looking better, hilt, for God' sake, don't cry I can t stand that unless—unless It’s because you care Jean " "Oh, I do—l do'" sobbed Jean, clinging to his arm ['avid turned on the power. "Don’t say another word till we get to your mother’s." he said. hrcnthles-lv “Then—oh, Jean’” Ten venrs ago Chnrte* E Hugh*** the present Republican nominee sot president, was starting on his actlv* career In politics bv campaignin' against William R Hearst for th* - New York governorship. Marriage Licenses. Will. A. Mneiker. lfc. Bertha <l. Du nt. *l mu ti jj Joseph i l .isHun, 22, Detroit, Nona Iteinn-i, .t lie tiinati. Russel lv Wini* r, .1, Hlldegard Fpi* r. .’I i limii<-» i 'ampbcll. 21, Goldie Thompson, 22. Harold j* Morris, 27. Detroit, Eve lyn la*i id 27, t lii-iih, «» Barney Bilk 6x. Anna Begun, 4*. H* rtwit t III!. 27, Lillian Dorsey, G- • rtf. I-;, k. .•:«. Mary Kittell, 71* edelan Kropidluwski, J*. Antonina Mnlinn J . Artbui J l.iillo, River ltoug«, Min in- M < 'axabon, 19, same. Will in in lilt derich, 56, Harliara A. Wilson, 53 Henry Schmidt, 22, Alice I-’, foiln*oii, iy I-rank Dunajczan, 2®; Josephine Jttellx* m>ku, lit. .1 din Kelly, 31. Eleanor It 1 Bbue , 19. William <Howell. 36, Waupauck, •• M it)l« Brown, 31, Lima. O. Wl.idvslaw lllhmv.hK Helena laro< ka. Jo. Will in in M Bruce, 31, Bicknell, but Dean Pinkstaff, 36, same. Arthur It. Brewer, 21; lrvn* K. Prochaska Me hae| ijomoluwlri, 26; Walen ivi.ii I-od*-s/< w ska. W«it»-r Gilbert. 21. Detroit, Irma ' urtiMs, I'.*, Muskegon. Warren Graf 26. Ella lieffllng. 26. John Ki-ii.pi senski 32, Stanlalawa H Sobczak. 18. Howard L. Norrla, 24; Dorla D. Colton. 17. 0 Waller Llndtilom, 23. Pearl Rob ert*. 26 I Brands), 25, Katherlna Taylor. 2t. Walter If. Kiann, 22; Gladys Fair banks, ji. ■laim- I* t'arnea, 35. Detroit; Ada M S bolz, .'j Woodstoi k. Ont. Howard E Norris. 24. Detroit. I 'or li I* Colton. 17, liamtramck. W’alter I.i ml bloom. 21, Pearl ltob •ru, :5 I an Mi-yro, 33. Highland Park, An na I ’opes* vi. 14. same. • 'harle* Henning, *O, Belle Colli*. \be| Allard. 24. Detroit; Julia For- I- it. 21. Ml. Diemen* Vlfied l-‘ Herrmann, 25, Elai« M llofman. 22 lohn Kosienskl, 34; Mary pogo zi'l.-k*. JO. I 111 nmni H Davis, Kleria, O , 54. M.ii'iUi:t< I’axeon. 46, same. H m > i; l-'orbush. Elsie Brandt n*-r, J. '••• H Hildebrand. 30, Myrtle \ e k' i y , 3<i 'vlli. a in Kehmerllng. 36; Martha Put ial z, 39 Catru k J Murphy. 25, Marie O’Con nor, 22. Peter a Barnes, 60. Lima, 0.. Mar. H-iret A. Hliks, 52, same. Lewi* ,\ Bedard, 26, Detroit. Glad's J Downs 21, Portsmouth, N II Bavmond J. Carroll, 22, Pauline H• -rr• n• h. 22 B.ilph Pbonoksky, 20, Jennie Bind en, 19. liny W'lliiixon, 21. Madeline Len nox. 17. 1 re. I*r n- k w Hornirtscher, 26. Kllu I. I.amtieit, 22 • 'inirles >. Mills, Jt, Edna E. Rolf, lames M. I.aughlin. 36, Jeunle Plant, 29 Herman Kramer, 24; Carey L. I»i uni ntonvl J l William l Curtis, il. Detroit. Tilla V Mill, 14, St Thomas, unt. living, y.umlier, J 6, Bose Israel, 22 \nthonv |. Si hneider. 26. < j Col burn 21 Trumin Moore, 68. st*-am*-r Olcott; 1 loniu Kelt hum. 64, L<>raine, <» Ivt • r Ki a w 'uty sznv. 21. Detroit; 80/.m)lh Sti-faniak, 18. Highland Park - hlilp T Moran, J'. Eva C. Erl, 20, Si.inlcv Barran, 2J. Anna Kokiw ziak. Jl. Martin B Biley, 36. Clara S. Estell, l »ter L Towne, 26 Flora /.Ink. 20. I rank P Beil, 36. Indianapolis. Ind Minnie Artrees, 56. same. l-.iialv M Stewart. 58, Cambridge, M.v - Anna K James. 10, Detrfdt Clareni e H Harris. 2t. Tltelma K Boberts, 19. Joseph Xederntey er, 22, Columbus, i• . Maty AJ F.pt. 2*. same, J lOmmett Sairin, 27. DeUa A 8.-urssneur, 26 Thomas .1. Hatpin. I*. Fllen M Car roll. 58 John R aalik, 23 Zofla tacek. 21 Leo V. Kolti, 21. Marysville, O . Frances tew ell, 2*. same Henry (' I’ross, 21. Iva A McKin str.v. 21 Hubert T Mullen. 38, Bertha Cp liouse, 28 Henry Paschal. 2j. Fannie Hull- Itard, 53. Hulhert J. Haas. 23; Marie T. Lan nen. J 2. Kin" Fletcher, St. Paul, Minn.; Maiy A llavill. 25. I>etroit. lames Champagne, 21; Martha Srhowhow-, 19 John Flshhack, 2°; Florence Sciimled. 19 James Close. 31, Vinnn; Rrdvertlne I.emieus, 27. same. T.evviM Libengood, 22. I.eltlin John. 18 Henry W Datnrow, 28. t>etroit, Martha M W'olfrom. 26, Mt. Clem ens Thomas B Whitney, 28. fietrolt; Bessie I’uiken. 21 Connell Bluffs Joseph B Smlechowskl, 22. Mae D Oakes. 2i George H Kormanek. 21, Detroit l-’thel J, Warwick. 19. Wyandotte. \V 4111 am Powell, J 5 Ktioxvllie Trim Dorothy Beam, 19, same Edwin Armstrong 21: lUlhc Borg hardt, 19. Arthur Long, 31 oja Richmond, 31 Vincent Pautv, 23; Theresa Wargas, *O. Deaths Basel Thlemer. 495 Jos Cgmpau, 3 years, dlphtherisi. Anna Klersch, 387 McDougall, J3 years, pulmonary tu herculnsi*. Robert Young. Receiving h'-spltal. 6 years, inquest pending Lily 1. Benson. 29 Stanford. 30 years, hemorrhage; Louie Polo, 591 Myrtle, about 46 years, gastric hemorrhage. Alice Axford, Harper hospital. 58 years, intestinal obstruction, Susan Scott. 147 Avery, 59 years, cancer of stomach Nicholas Zahlrl, Ml 9 Hol comb, about 62 years. apoplexy Philip Drlnkaus. 1J79 Seyburn. 6S years, chronic nephritis. Helen L. Keenoy, 322 Klizabeth west, 9 years, diphtheria William Kuhn. 176 Antte t.vm, 65 years, acute parenchymatous n* pi litis, Fv-a B Cron. 883 Concord. 79 ve»is, senility, Frank Laforet 129 Wight J 5 years, pulmonary tuhercu loaia, Donald De Schryver, 925 Fast Fort, 5 years, mitral Insufficiency Charles Marhovlchs, Children's Free hospital. 21 days. a< ute parenchyma tous nephritis. Ida Hogan, 947 Twelfth, 35 years, cardiac embolism. Hannah C. Mathewson, Grace hospi tal. 60 years, dlahetis stargaret Ba goal, 590 South. 8 months, capillary bronchitis; Mrs. Charles Sessions Harper hospital, 46 years, intestinal obstruction Selma G»nthe Grace hos tdtal. 50 yeara, carcinoma of gall bladder. Mortuary. KI.nRK.nt4R Flixa B. aged «2 wld ov.- of John V D , mother of Curfi* B Funeral Thursdav at J .10 p m. from 252 Putnam-ave KlndP omit flowers. "Try Bemb Floral Service ” “Flowers for Everj’hotJy” The 1,. Bemb Floral t onipany. Albert Pochelon. Main 2002 153 Bstea-st. C. E. BIRD & CO. Funeral Directors 27 West Hancock Ave Phone Grand 215® Detroit. Mich HKI.I* XV %vn-:ii —wxl.R PARVRN wanted st* »d> I«b ft 4 ** 1 vi-r 126 6x; Forest east BVItBKB wanted; ft* fu week on* day <>ff per week 7*3 Rlopelle milRKIt wanted steady If suited 969 • j Trumbull. • Printing—tw« ntntn nenf kind—ibs* •a right—Times Jnh Dept.—Main 481«. PBSfl ONE CENT A WORD Cash with order; ts charged, 7c a line. No transient advertising Inserted for less than 16'' with cash; if ch.tng.ij, 18c per insertion, The above rate* apply to all claval- I fl< atton* except Birth*. Card* of Thank*, Obituaries, Meeting Notice*, etc. Rlitha, Iteaths, Card* of Thank* and Meeting Notices -- Minimum ; charge, 3f»c for 26 words or lesa. Each add.tirnal word. 1 l-Bc. IfK I,l* n 4MTKU— NALfc A1 1 AST BH< »RT-ORDER CMOK; also experienced counter man. Apply at once 7!«1 Woodward. ACF.TYI.KNK WKLPKR on sheet metal, no other need apply Trip pen*** Mfg Cos., Boulevard, near Russell. BAIIBKR wanted. 487 Woodward; sls arid half over 133 good for s2° to $23 Week BARBER wanted, first class, steady Job |I7 pet week 1514 Mt. Elliot. BARBER Good young man, 11 & guaranteed. 2168 Gratiot. BA IIHER- Steady. sls. t* over 822. 46 Kercheval. BUILDING I.ABORKRS 36c per hour Apply at Job Iroquois and St Raul. CARPENTERS and finisher*. R. O McDonnell, 160 Merrick. North 807 CARPENTERS—47 kc per hour Call ♦>Hr. Rcniteau. TTiekory 627-R CARPENTERS Rough men. steady work Keeney. Parker and Mack CAR! ENTERS wanted. Hemlock M or call at 191 Waverlx CANVASSERS I want ten and I want them right away. I don’t care whether you are a man or woman, as long as you are a first-class canvasser. If you will work I can pay you from $25 to $75 a week. Call at 5:30 p. m. \VM. A. DROSTE 301 Majestic Bldg. CARPENTERS, rough ami finisher good wages, steady work Apply before 8 a. m or after 5 p. in. at 618 Holcomb DELIVERY BOY wanted, experienced box for delivering groceries Apply 1094 Beaubien DELIVERY HoY for drug store. 526 Woi dxvard. LATHE hands, bandx men and first class .1. K L. operators Modern Pat tern A- Machine Cos., 121 State LATHE HAND on tool works, first class metal machine hand on jias and fixture work Runde Machine. Tool A Die Work*. 203 Monroe. LATHE ami milling machine hsnds on tool work. Apply Siewlek Bros., 75 Bull imore-a ve. PAINTERS and paperhanger* wanted. Call l.otbrop. Walnut 349-W. PAINTERS wanted Apply W E. Han. nert. S8 l.y*an>ler. PATTBRNM 6 KERB First-class wood man /unmerman Pattern Works, 42!* Bagg. PM MHERS HELPERS wanted at 1 305 Beaubien, near Harper. PLP.MBEItS wanted. 812 Michigan SALESMAN that can sell trunk*, bags and *ult cases, also gents' furnishings must have city refer ence. Inquire 132 Michigan SALESMEN WANTED Canadian truck salesman for Ontario and Quehe< . preferably one with knowl edge of French. Address, with ref ences and approximate salarv. Smith Form-a-Truck Cos.. 14fo M ichi gan- hivd., Chicago, 111 SALESMEN wanted, salary and com mission See Mr Cotton before I** o'clock. 62 Broadway. WANTED Two young men of neat appearance to travel with man ager splendid proposition, $4 to $6 per day. See Mr. Small, Victory hotel. WANTED Timekeeper. Apply man ager's office *t S o’clock Tuesdav Western t'nion Telegraph Cos., Sh*l. by and Congress. v \\ T'KT> Knob and tub men high • *.t wages to competent men Phone North 6977-J. WANTED Truck driver, *te*dv work and good wages National Rlscult Cos., 47-66 East Wood bridge. WANTED Night sulo watcher, good wages to right man white. Pasa dena Garage, East 2662. WANTED Young men 16 to 25 year* of age to ]e*rn trade Applv Pen insular Stove Cos., superintendent'* office. 36 ANTED -An assistant In shipping room Safety Furnace Pipe Cos., 1212 Second -eve. WANTED- Four or 5-room fiat wit* l In mile circle. Box E. No 12 Time*. anon HORRESHOFR wanted 167 Caa*. 3 1 > i Nll If AN about fig * foe purchasing office work 79$ On bldg TOT "NO MAN for W»n E Metzger Cos s*ll-60', Woodward-ave HELP W 4NTKD—a'FWU.F, AAAAAAA A A A A A A A WANTED A competent girl to do general housework at 24 4 Van l>yke-avr Telephone Eaat 2299. AAA *IIRJ. for general house work, pleaaant treatment and good wage* Cadillac 176 u3l Mnple-at. \ | x \ girl for kitchen work. two In family. Moat he a good cook. 168 charlotte. A Experienced xxaltress, lunch. d>n n* i Applv I<> pi to 5 30, 21 Willi* «*st. Grand 1832-7. \ *}*m»D. reliable ihamhertnald. r»f iien ■ ••* \pnly Hotel Hioadwell 114 Winder-st. x MIDDLE- BIRD woman to i in general housework 25.8 Lin coln -axe. ACTIVE and capable w->man to work f->r huahi»*nl':i room and hoard ami wages 730 Cass BINDERY i)ll(lg) wanted Detroit Printing A stationery Co s, 3o Li brary. i’ \ NVAHMKRH I'* |>er xx e.*k atid commission \ppl> 44 2 Bru«h-af . '•a m. m 4 p m •*4 >M PET E77T GIRL who .an conk good Wages 116 LaSalle-b| • and Phone Walnut 162 DISHWASHER No Sunday work Cl 2 Woodward, over tailor store KLTiERI.Y l»Af'3’ for offl * work. Dr. S<horr. 1.336 Hasttngs-»t. 111.1. P U'ANTKD—FKU \LB I EXPERIENCED colored or white girl f..r general housework, re laundry work good wage*; city references 860 Secon«l-*ve EXPERIENCED resident laundress for private family; high wages Aj.plv 10,10 (Iruaa* I’olnTe Shore*. Tel Hhk 2122 l EXPERIENCED counter girl. Apply at on> e Kal'tsen's Cafeteria. Clif ford and Woodward EXPERIENCED AOENTS for vacant and Improved property. 312 Hol den bldg I lItST-CLASS stenographer who has had experience In construction work Ijarrowe construction Cos., lilt* 3Voodw’ard-ave. FOLDING MACHINE operator want ed. must understand plunger type machines Tullai Envelope Cos., fourth floor. If. W <’onpr<*K»-st KXPERTEN* 'Eli WAITRESS at once. Applv 231 John R GIRL for general housework In small family Call Immediately 14*1 Philadelphia east North tlf," 1 GIRL for general housewoi k must understand plain cooking 8* p, r week. no laundrx work. Call 315 Caas-ave., near Warren OtRL for genernl housework; must he experienced. best xvage* paid Phone Hemlock 2826-.I i':i'i 2!* Tyler-ave GIRL wanted to work in confection ery and aaslat xvlth housework 1234 Fiacher Ridge HB7 ft GIRL OR WOMAN wanted for hoiiae. xx*ork Apply at 107 E. Congtea*. GIRL for general houaework. Ap* plx 235 Twenty-fifth. j GIRLS for work In bottling room Silver Springs Water Cos.. Third and Baltimore. [ GOOD GIRL foi general housework: no washing *7 167 Hancock W iGt *OD COMPETENT GIRL xvanted sot general housework: no wash ing Inquire 163 Culvert. Goon WAITRESS wanted. Apply 1231 Gratiot. INSIDE WIKKMAN; must he first class men Apply 516 Trumbull, basement. Nt'llSK GIRL *';«ll immediately Ilf) Philadelphia ea-i Hickory 669-J. NI'RSE xvlth experience xx anted f• • r July 10. for care of tw’o-year-old box Must haxe best reference* and he willing to go away for the summer Apply thia xveek to 156.7 Jefferson east oi l ||'E GIRL wanted. .712 Holden hldg. S\ I ,'-'SLA Dl ES Wc want two sales ladies at once, a chance to make ssu per xveek 303 Farxvelj hldg. sits ion A PHER An experlenreil .voting lad\ of good nppearance; must he rardd and accurate typist 70.5 Ga* bldg ETENOORAPHER wanted; first-class position xvill he permanent If your services are satisfactory Apply 39 i New Tdegranh i .da TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Owing 1 to th« constantly in croasinp number of calls, we require additional operators. Pay while learning. Advance ment rapid. No slack season. Apply Michigan State Telephone Cos. C*»r. John R. and Madison. W INTER 1... and x of ne.it appearance, familiar with Detroit, accustomed ft. the use of telephone and xvilllng t<> work. Applv 702 Breitmeyer bldg WANTED Good virl for housework; no xx'ashlng, modern house, good xvages. lost Cass, corner Ferry. WANTED An experienced saleslady, must speak Getman; reference u E. Kaplln. 712 Gratiot. WANTED Experienced skirt opera tor. O. K. Skirt fin., 397 Wnodxvnrd. WANTED Girl foi general house wnrk; small flat; family of three. North 3518. 1002 Second-axe. WANTED Girl- for clerical work In bookkeeping department. Apply Mr. i lurry. Western T'nion Tele graph Cos. YOt’NG GIRL to assist with house work: small family adults; go home nights: tl p**r week. 162 Euclid-live. west. Phone North 3131-J, YDI’NO GIRL to assist with hoiiae work and care of one ehlid: three In family. Address 403 Virginia PHrk. North 267 5 - .1. YOt’NG LADY for souvenir store Phone Cadillac 3135. At TO M u 1111,13a AT, ADD IN GARAGE sl6 55 Alima’ terlal complete. Shipment made dav order received. Call 607 Ford bldg , or nhone Main .786*5. Bl BJM3XS omiim Mi iF.a OR< >* l.I: A AND ’ONFRt’TI« tNKRY A aacriflre if sold by Wednesday Seven connecting looms, latgc gar den; inventory sß.sort; rent S2O n come 8150 pei' W'-' k. pr*rr $760 cash You must bux by Wednes day if for the above price Ce.bir ill R QUICK PROFITS Build an Aladdin House on your lot and make quirk and profitable turnover. Call 607 For I hldg , ->r phone Main 3860 PRHBO.7 81,■* NOTICE If any poor girl Is In trou ble needing advice, friendship or help, xx rlf> or «ull « n SECRETARY MA RO 3 RET Dt’KFY. *93 fort-at west. Salvation Arinv. it Dl ro it» x - xi; <M ii i xxi :m s CASH for old f.tls * dh. gold crowqs. broken Jewelrx-, diamond*, watches, etc., full value paid Liberty Rfg Cos 97 Wnodw'd, 4th floor elevafor TO It l \ I- 11 (> I » I » Hannan Rental Agency A free list of h'>u-. s arid fiats Call In person at the obb -t and largest real estate ex -n'riig. In Michigan 1 M. <SItA'A RLDU i*i liiA I—NOON* HOTEL FRANKLIN - Cor I.arnri and Hat. u.iy a Mock from Woodward *nd Jefferson ave*. and onlx hall a block from the new Interurhan waiting room Extra fine rooms at 7Jc, $i and fl 50 per day I.v ROE FR< 'NT R« »M ■ • ''•n In ute* from Packard's 53*T Rohns-ave. \8 %\ 1KI)—ro Ktt it BTint v ' EXt ii kNOK you* old fu/ntt ire for new or give vmj .ash Main * '0» 163 Michigan tee »t«* m: » l i <» 8 - CONST RI'CTIoN LOANS Liberal amounts. .1 F Weber. 104 Oratlet. WF. BUY LAND CONTRA«"rsT Detroit Land Contract Cos. US 113 Hammond Bldg <*ad. 5*16 Kim * UK—MIM 1 HAINES’ WIGS, 11 TOUPEES | And Ladies’ Hair Good* , 1 Best made Wigs and Too* >ocs in the world for th« H money. Ladies’ Hair Goods j wholesale and retail. Fine first .1 luality French Hair Switches j find Hair Goods. Prices right. * Established in present Hair jj ''tore—lß79—over 37 yeari. 76 GRAND RIVER AVE. W. j 2 Doors from Bagley Ave. j WM. A. HAINES • Typewriters—Late Models _ ■'T»i I'Kierwood, Corona. 3 H jyal. Smith, Kinlnf* ton. slu to 1.0; or rent TFffftifrJ? *■ to month, Detroit Typewriter Cos.. ISO Jef ferson. near Woodward. Main »10«. 9 TENOR M ANDOLIN HA KOAIN—One 'i I.' land Hrilllantone Mando; genuine ro.-u wood buck and sides; ebony ■■ trimmed. Inclosed patent heads; 1 used less than two months; like i n> w, regular $35 style Thla week sl7 take?* it with leather-bound nut van <aso. ORINNKLL BROS.' Branch. 57 Monroe. Typewriter Bargains sls to ssu, direct from tactory, easy terms UNDERWOOD, ROYAL. CO RONA. etc Hunting $1 5o up. Lark* j eat stock in city, U. S TTPE- W Ill'll-. It CO., Cadillac 6696. 7 Cam pus Murtlua. next Detroit opers house. *_•*;<i FnR KNABi; PIANO—Fine roee wood whs $6oo; full else; sweet tom finely refinished. Wonderful value on ep.«y terms. GRINNELI* BROS., $46 Wood ward ALADDIN REaUI-CUT HOME—Save four profits by building thla way. Call at 607 Ford bldg or phone Main 386 u for full Information and prices. $1 ok FOR WILLARD PIANO, regu lar $250 style; rich mahogany; thoroughly modern; wonderful value. See our window. Easy terms ORINNF.LL BROS.' Branch, 67 Monroe. * >;S SODA FOUNTAIN, hilitaro and pool tables, new and second-hand. Geo. Marsh <'•> . 20 E At water. K Z terma. s:>2 FOR TAYLOR & FARLEY OR GAN, was SB3; solid walnut; B oc taves. 12 stops; knee swells; coup lers. flm condition. Easy terma. ORINNF.LL BUt>B.' Branch, 67 Mon roe. ROOMS Furniture for roemi com plete, $1 week .Sumner, Mich. A 4th. PTt >IIAGE furniture, nearly new. bar* giln price Sumner Cos.. Wlcr.. 6 Ith. rOR SALR—BBSIDKJICI PIIOPICRTY . ... —... < i ————— mm WHY PAY HIGH RENT when you esn huy a coxy bungalow for a small payment down and 1 per cent monthly'' Let us show you what w. have. Call Grand 3732 after 7:30 evenings .' ■— ■ ■■ '■ - ' —— mmmmm ———^ IF YOU HAVE A HOUSE nr 6-famlly flat and your prices are right wa can sell them for you. Call Orand 3732 after 7 30 evenings. DICKINSON’S GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Prices, terms, streets snd numbers of over 200 different properties gar month. A telephone call will gut vmi on our mailing list. Cadillac 333. or address Dickinson Real Estate Exchange. 23 Campau bldg.. Detroit, Mich. 5-Room House, $298 Complete material for building a 6- room cot tire $298. Save four prof its. Call 807 Ford bldg., or phona ' Main 3860. i 204 VANCOUVER—Two-story single; $4,>60. Walnut 3104-W FOR MU—VACANT LOTS $26 TAKES EqThTY Four l"t«. each 35x150 ft., for sl7s, ' wh<ch If t a lot, 15 minutes from 1 t' hill, out Grand River. Think of ,t l lots for $375. Terms. Own : er. box E, No. 35. Times. ROY A Have smell I j I taken foi ■ »*h at onoe. Rot b, D* irolt Times, Modem Bungalow $595 < • building flve r .. m modern bungalow $595 Shlp ler received. Pall 607 l ord bldg or phone Main 3860. Kill sii.k—(Alias. iloosahatehee River 310 I icics, fronting mile and half on Dixie Highway Write uulck for rie«‘ riptlon and price. Address I'oak \ydelett. Tullshoma. Tenn. H IH'I II—MAL KITATI WANTED A number of good lots with water nt.-l * u.r for building at once. \\ 11 t>i up to $1,900 per lot and nt • fc> tl n n in lots of five or more. Box B. No. 1. Times. L‘iT OWNERS Double your ordin ary profits by building an Aladdin F idt-Cut House. Quick erection. .XT-ill lv low costs. Call at once. Id* r phona Main tit#. 5*40 ft for a two fav.ilv. * hud) able Walnut 3tt-w i «tu a a lb—HKsnarn jF< >R SAl.i: \T LA KE fifUON-Tvo !<»r\ boarding house, |1 rooms, st ii lo.it. turn woodshed, chick n park, outside eellsr, large gar do- Al- • high-class fastest motor bat ■ ■»• 1 s Ice Dr. C A DeCou, look box '.’'i6. I'ontla-. Mich. sTtilt At.!'. AMI I ART AOB ACME -Borage mammoth warehnuae. St<-age, moving M 899. 41 Oilman. CUN'RAL STORAOE CO., moving, pa- king fireproof: rates right. Mo i toi van- for suburban movtak. Phon- • ■idillac 3* RGEML BIIQ3 Storage. Cartage and Pa king Office, IHJ Alfred R.dge »• TARTY MOVING to California na rent pert of . ar. Central Storak* Cos. CadUlae 39 Print in a-—the plain seat king—<kn« la «i«hl—Times isk IlfM.— KtN 4sjfa PAGE 9