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MONDAY. JUNE 26. 1916.
# /»/« />V ~/<«w »««»«»»• BEYOND RECALL CAST OF CHARACTERS. MARGARET GRAEME. social favorite, drops society to study law and becomes secretary to District Attorney Halloran. JOHN LEONARD, explorer, en gaged to Margaret. CHARLES MOREHOUS& HAL. LORAN, the district attorney. j EDWIN MARTELL, wheae fath. er has ’eft his money to char, ity, friend of Leonard. ELSIE DRAYTON, young artist, engaged to Martel. MRS. WIGGS. janltress of stu dio building in which Elsie lives Margaret Graeme had amazed her friend.* by dropping out of the social world for a time, and returning to It with the queer statement that ."he had been taking a course In luw\ People wondered what John l>on ard would think of this freak on the part of ilie pretty but strong willed girl of whom he had so long been engaged Hut Leonard was not given to air ing IPs opinions for the benefit of the public .Moreover, he was used to Margaret’s eccentric ways In deed. he had tolerated «hent In a half-amused fusiilon ever since he and she had been children together Then, too, he had new Interests of hlg own, Just then, that so absorbed him as to leav*» little time or thought for lesser matter* The Explorers club, of which ho was a member. wa« organizing an expedition Into the unpopulated hin terland of Brazil an expedition which Leonard h:i ! largep financed and which he was to •cad. Preparations for this six-months absence from New York engrossed his whole at’entlon for \oek At length all *;i- ready, md hi- pa** sage wh" booked on a Hi aril-bound steamer which wr-. to "ail .it a m on New Y •at s day In the carh afternoon of New Year’s Kvc, called a' the LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME Peter Rabbit's Surprise Party. " opyrlght. 191$. oy T. W Burgesa.) By THORNTON W, BURGESS. I'eter Rabbit n*-v*-r will forget that afternoon when he lay .-o h« Ip l*-sa in his b«-d In the heart «*f the dear Old Hrter Patch First the sur prise of the tender young corn plants dropped hy Blacky the Crow. Then came the cheery good wlsh*s of Sammy Jay followed by the beau tiftil song of Brownie the Thru.-h. one of the sw**t* t -inger* in the world, lie a-K'd Brownie to King again, which Brownie did, and be fore peter could thank him Tommy Tit wan calling "Chickadee-dee (lei ■* . See me! See me!" peter saw him <>f course he taw him. Tommy was hanging head down from a twig right over Peter'.- h* ad. and just as soon as he saw Peter wa looking he began to cut u |> all sorts of funny antics such as only Tommy can, all the time railing in his cheery way: "!**•♦>, dee dee' S*-e nie' See me’" He was so funny that Peter Just had to laugh. \V* lemur Itobln came hurry ing over from the old Orchard at the h* id of a whole troop °f feathered folks, and just as soon as he rent lied the Old Brier Patch he be gan to sing a* only he can "Cheer tip' Cheer up! Cheer tip’ Cheer!" It v.a Just what Peter needed and he did cheer up. Mow could he help It with »,o many good friends all about hi in? Never had th* Old Brier Patch had so many visitors all at one Little Friend the Song Spur row was there to sing whenever he got the chanee. Jenny Wren bustled about asking all sorts of quest lons and never waiting for an an w<r to one of them. Winsome Bluebird was there. So were Ooldie the Oriole. Tiny the Warbler. Drum mer the Woodpecker, Bob White, Redwing the Blackbird and ever so many more, each trying to do some Ihlng to make Peter forget tlint he was sick By and hy Blacky the Crow, who was sluing In the top of a little tree where he could see over the Green Meadows, began to cry excitedly: “See who's coming' See who’s coming' Caw, caw. caw. see who’s corning'" Os rourse Peter couldn't see. so Hammy Jay said that he would he eyes for Peter and (lew up where he could so. "It is Jimmy Skunk," he called down to Peter "And behind Jimmy Is Johnny Chuck, and behind John ny Chuck Is I fanny Meadow Mouse, and behind Pnnny Is Happy Jack Squirrel, ami behind Happy Jack is Chatterer Hi*' Red Squirrel, and last of all is Striped Chipmunk. As sure a I live I believe every one of H ern l« bringing you something.” "And there are some othpr folks coming from the Smiling Pool!’’ riled Blacky the crow. Sammy Jay looked in that direc tion. "It's true!” he cried. "I can •ce Little Joe Otter and Billy Mink Ud Jerry Muskrat, and they are Graeme house to sav good bye to Margaret. He had hoped to spend his last evening with her. he fore starting on the Journey. But there were gull a dozen "laat things” to attend to before sailing, so he made his cull earlier in the day. He found Mai gr. ret In the living loom of l»er fathers home, waiting for him with an eagerness she had not shown toward his visits for many a long day. For a moment he felt eonscience strlcken at thought of going away for a half year from a girl who ernied to lcve him so deatly. But Margaret’s very first words unde ceived him. "Congratulate me!" she exclaim ed. "I’ve Just had the most wonder ful hit of luck. I was afraid you wouldn’t call before I had to go out. And 1 wanted so to tell you!” "What Is the wonderful news?" he asked gayly, masking his chagrin that her greeting was so impersonal and that she had thought of gfTffig out on this last afternoon he could be with her. "What has happened? Have they decided to admit you to the bar, after only seven months of law study? Or,” a shade of hope In his voice, "have you decided to mar ry me today and come to Brazil with me?" "Neither of those miracles has happened," she told him. "Hut some thing better than either or both of them Mr. Halloran has promised to make me his secretary! Think of t hat!” "I’m trying to think of It," said Leonard In perrlezlty. "Hut It doesn’t make sense to me. Why should a well-to-do girl want to be tiny man’s secretary—and deprive some nee.ly girl of a good Jcb. And. who Is ’Mr. Halloran?" "Who I" Mr. Halloran?" she echoed, Ignoring his first question. "Next you’ll be a*k'ng ‘Who is Theodore Roosevelt 0 ’ or Who 1" An drew Carnegie 0 Don’t \ou read th> papers at nl!° <>r has that silly Hrntil expedition taken up all your mind? Mr. Chaik* Morehouse Hal loran. my Ignorant friend, Is the new ?"■ - * He thanked thoae who could get In to aee him. bringing something too It's a reg ular surprise party. Isn't It, Peter?" When those two funny proces sions arrived at the edge of the dear Old Brier Patch. I>anny Meadow Mouse and Happy Jack and Chat tercr and Striped Chipmunk and Billy Mink ran In along one of Peter's private little paths to see Peter and tell him how sorry they were that he was sick and how they hoped he would soon be well, and how they had each brought him something. The others stayed out side the Brier Patch because they nrc so hlg that they cannot very well walk in Peter’s paths without tearing their coats on the brambles, but they sent their love in by those who could go. WTten Peter saw all the things that had been brought to him he wanted to laugh and cry at the aame time. You know Peter doesn’t eat nuts or hettles or fish or lily-roots and he knew that those who had brought these things knew that he didn’t and couldn’t eat them. But he knew also that they had brought them because they wanted to bring something and could think of nothing hut the things that they themselves liked best. He thanked those who could get In to see him and sent his thanks to those who couldn’t. And then he had a happy Idea. He explained that he couldn't eat anything Just then because he was sick and proposed that those who had brought things have a party and eat all the goodies for him. And so they did. The birds sang their sweetest and the others feasted and all did their very best to make Peter Rabbit feel that this party was especially for him When It was all over and all had gone to their homes Peter sighed happily 'Wasn’t It the most beautiful sur prlae party that ever was?” he de manded. And little Mrs. Peter said that It was. Next atory: Peter Haa Two More Visitor*. district attorney who was elected last November and who lakes office tomorrow mottling And—" "Oh!" grunted laonard In disgust. "That Halloran''" “Well?” ah** snapped “You needn’t speak of him as if he were an aslicart driver. He Is one of the mod brilliant criminal lawyers in America and everybody bays he will be governor or United Htutes sen utor Nome day. He—" "He is one of the most unscrupu lous and corrupt machine politicians in the city," contradicted Leonard. “And If ever lie rises to a higher ofllce, he’ll get It in the same way and for the same purpose as he got the district attorm yshlp—through graft and for graft." "You shan’t speak so of him!" said the girl, sharply. "Mr Halloran Is a friend of mine, and of father’s too. And 1 won’t hear him vllllfled, even by you." "But he—" “He appreciates my ability and my ambitions for a career!" she hurried on, enthusiastically. "He la going to make me his secretary’, and to help me ahow what a woman cjld do when for once she is given a fair chance." "A fair chance for what?” de manded Leonard, in some irritation. "To become the instrument of a so cial system tnat is so merciless and so unjust that It belongs in the Fif teenth century rather than In the Twentieth? Don’t take up that sort of work, Margar* t. Don't do it. |t‘s not suited to any woman. of all to a woman who has been brought up as you have!" "Isn’t It?" bhe sneered. "I suppose you Lave the fossil old Idea that a woman's place is it. the home?’’ “If there is a nobler place than the home, I don't know where it is,’’ he returned. "But I’m not insisting that women stay there They have ventured Info a thousand honorable fields of • ndeavor. Put the petition of secretary to the district attorney isn’t one of them Certainly not for you. dear. You have no right to "I have a right to do as I please.” "You have not," he denied "No on-' has. Edwin Martel’s father thought he ’had a right to do a: he pleased * So he 1* ft his money to cnarity Instead of leaving it to the son he had never train *d to earn a living And, as a result of hi* fath er’s injustice. Martel dear broke." “I’m not interested In your friend Edwin Martel. I "But i am,” interpos and l>*onard ••[’in .-o much interested in him that I’m going tri him on my Brazil trip a. one of my is.-ostant It will give him work and a livelihood and leach him to rough it, while lie is shaping his plans for t h-• future I marie hin* the off* r today and he’s arc* pled it. I’m to m-et him at Dtuley s- at half pa*t el* ven tonight to give him his final Instructions, and he sail* with n e at 2 in the morning. I know flits doesn't In terest you,” hr* finished, noting her air of boredom. "But I’m telling it to you to show that if I go nit of iny way to help a mere acquaint ance lik*’ Edwin Martel. I'm w lling to go f*o times deeper to help you out of the foolish rr.ess you've go; yourself into by this political job with Halloran." “You talk as if I weren’t able to sdiape my own life," she snapped, vexed by hi* mintx-i. “as if I were some lrrcsponsli.il child •’You are," h • answered. “You're a child playing with toy; you don't understand and whose and inger must l.e shown to you by someone who has your welfare at h* art. Mar garet, I’ve seldom asked a favor jf you. But—dear, give up this silly ambition. Don't accept Ilalloran'B offer. You em't teaHze what it—" "I still soldomer ask a favor of you," she broke in Ircnirally. "Give up this silly expedition to Brazil Don’t accept the Explorers' club offer " "What?” he demanded, taken aback. "You’d have me slve up my Hraz.ll trip? Surely, you're not in earnest ? Why. It unarm my whole career.” "So does this secretaryship mean my whose career," said Matgaret. "You ask me to give it up. Yet when 1 ask the same kind of sacri fice from you —’’ “As you wish," he decided, com pressing his lips. "I agree Give up this Job and I will resign my leader ship of the Brazil expedition. It Is s bargain?" (To Be Continued 1 Produce DETROIT. Mich., June 2*. —Con- sidering tt was a Mondav market there were quite liberal offerings of berries of ail klmls Ibis morning, but more especially of raspberries. Htrawberrles from other ptates are done now, and by the latter part or this w.-ek even the home-grown orop will be down to a struggling finish, but berrlea of other kinds are Just coming The first offerings of new apples are now In the market, tint aa usual were not very attractive looking Butter was 4r lower at Elgin this week Eggs and dressed (alves ate steady to ftrm. and poul try was In moderate demand with nothing In. \ pplea Ben Pavla, 12.50tf7 3, Bald win* fg.so'll 4 . Steels Bed. $ I <fj 5 bbl ; Russets. s3® 3.50 bhl.. new apples. $1,254/1.50 per hamper. Hannnaa Good shipping itock, II.:5(i 2 per hunch. Henna —Dried I .lions, ft 4 t/ 7c lb. Berries Strawberries. 24-qt. cases, s2l? 2 25: 1 <5-<|t. cases, $1 101i Il' blackberries, 14 2B hu., huckleberries, ->4. ( |t* . 1175fi 4: gooseberries. 24-qt . $2 50. hlmk raspberries. 24-qt*.. It'd 4 50; red raspberries, 24-pts , |4 50. • allfurnlii I run. Cherries, f 2 25; apricots. 52 SO per box; plums. |2.50; peaches. $1.75 per box. (minitower 5t.50fM.7t per box. 4 ahlinae New. *2 (Off 2.76 crate. I heese Michigan ft.**. 14 4*Wtßc; New York Ift*-; Swiss. 27 r n toe; Im ported Swiss. lift 41c; llmhtirger. new. 2-lb, 1", \c. 1-lb, 14c; brick cream. 15 Nr; long horns. Ift* da isles. 15fi 15 4 c per lb. 1 berries *oi|r. fl infl I ->0 per bo Pressed 4 elves Fancy, 1 s 't I' 4 - common, 12trl3c It. Fresh Vegetables (trees peppe. a, f4O crate, 40c basket, radishes. 25c dox., beet*. 46«70c dot. ; let* •a, 26c do*.; beet*. 45#70c das.; let- DETROIT TIMES Many Promotions Awarded To Men of I hirty-First Awaiting Call to Border CAMP FERRIS, June 27.—Officials of ibe Michigan National Guard in camp Giaylin;; art iucliiod to the bell f that all th*« regiments will he ordered to tho Mexican border in two weeks, and, from information obtained oQliiully Fuuday, it la pos sible that a ha*talior or so of the Detroit legiu.cm may go forward in less than a weed’s Uine, or Juat as s* on as it can be prepared for active service The Thirty-first now Is leading the other two regimenta of the state in munbent and degree of preparation lor active service on tlie border. Those in charge of brigade affairs here have heard nothing from Wash ington—at least nothing that ia for public consumption at the present time. MaJ.-Qen. Harry, of haa given orders that all enlisted men and officers shall be given the ty phoid prophylaxis treatment at the earliest opportunity. The colonel’s orders to Gen. Kirk were Issued at the command of the secretary of war, who Instructed that the first dose be administered before the departure for the herder. The Thirty-first regiment has not enough regulation tents to go around to all companies, with the result that Cos. 1 nb-pt out in "pup" tents or shelter halves, aj* they are known officially, Saturday night. This was due to the exceptionally hire* number of men re<ently re cruifed, filling the ranks to war strength, whereas the war depart ment n*ks that ecuipme.it be taken on hand only for peace-strength numbers. AH men will undergo a second physical cxamlpnCon during the current week, or a.* soon as they have been mustered into the United State- service. It will eliminate all men who are not in condition for military service. Every man in the Thirty first. ex cept i hese who coutu ru •he spared frotr. duty, w r* assembled Sunday morning for religion- • rviee. Col. Harlow, commanding officer. Lieut. William A. \tkiu. n. < 'ia| lain, and Maj I’aliu* rl"**. < hies of *h< no dical staff addi' *- jng the '-liners and cm li-ted men. Major I aln - rb e’* talk concerned military -ani'nti >n an ! i lew dent's lor ih* 1 no n to follow while in camp He referred particularly to the great mm ‘ . I of fatalities during the Span ish American w*r di e o the im I rop* r ne asm * sos sanitation. *b utlis from disease numbering 11 to 1 from bullets. MaJ I’almerlee warned the men icaiimt llu use of aUohollc liquors, emphasizing the fact that it do tracts from one's effi* iei.cv face. Me fill hu“ parsley. rid*.; cucumbers. hr t b US-- 1 5 '</ lOC rid*., hothou-- tomatoes. 15-MXc lb; c-armt*- '1 ' •'i 1 |" r h.impcr; h<-nd lettuce Icebr-tsr $1 25ft 150 per t’U wax bean:', $2 254 t 2.50. green oeans. 12 T 2 25 hamper Florida tcmat.o-a. 2 1 S case; asparagus, sections, fl 25 150 box. **reon pc as, s2.'*» per hu watercress. ?> -t 2-'>e per crat*>. green onions, 17 u IS- per (fox.; green corn. t.VMiper bbl Honey l aticy white, n«w. Ib'ul.c; a into r. 10-I lie lb., extracted. 7 «ti He per lb. Him Detroit flippers are paying th. f.'.1l wing prices f -r I a'ed bay in car lot-* f o. h. Detroit No 1 tlrn o’hy s2l 50', 22. tardard *lOl- 'by. $ :o*r,d ft I llgnt mixed. 120. Ml and 2f . No 2 ilmothv. tl*nr> No. I mixed. sls 50 <( 16, N-> 2 mixed. sll ft 12 N^ I lover 51." './It, rye straw S7.SO'S ft; wheat and oat straw. |6 50© , per ton l.emotis - -55 © 5.5 ’ per bo.. I lines $1 10 Ti 135 per 100 >t e lons Roekvfords standards. $" e? 3 2.5 crate, ponies, 12.25W2.50 crate, watermelons. 50 w 7.y each >lushr«»oiits 40 i 1 50c lb Oranges Vab ncias. *4-7? 4 *B box. Valencias. **.r.oW4 per box Onions Tev.is Bermudaa. yellow, $2 1 5 '<> 22 5; white, $2 25 crate; south ern. $7 75 1 4 per hundred pounds I*l nenpplea — $2.76 W :: Pjr orate; $1 « . ’ T . .b*r ; Florldas. s3fs4 case Potatoes New Southern. $4 40 -t 45" Md $1 75 2 bu Poultry Broilers. 25<W2.c; medium hens. 17W17'(.c; sti.g*. 121713 c; geese, II W 12c; ducks, 194120 c lb. joiinixrti pitirK». Canned Ooous-~Apptes, 12.601T3 541 gal ; baked beans. 1-lb., Lima beans, $1 W 1.25. Corn: fancy Maine, 51.15; standard. I. Table beets. $1 25-fl in. Pens: Fancy early June. $1 30. standard*, fl. Salmon, tall 52.30 tint, pings 90& Tomatoes, 1115. Marrowfat peaa, $!; early June $1.60; sifted early June. $1 40 per dox. .- . Feed -Jobbing prices In 4-bbl. sacks Bran, $24; standard middlings $26; fine middlings. S3O; cracked corn, $33; nrn and oal chop, $29 ton. Flour Jobbing prlcea: Best Mlchl gal t>ntent, $B 90, second patent, $6 70; straight, $5 50; pure rye, sft; spring patent sft SO per bbl. In paper sacks Detroit Oil —Raw linseed oil, 72c; boiled linseed. 7.3 c gal. in barrel bits K*ro##no in Iron barrel*: Diamond headlight, 8.2 c; perfection. 8 sc; pnl nclne, 10. 9 c; red crown gasoline. 19a per gal. Hardware —Nalla. $* 90 keg case; annealed wire. $2 90 per bundle; gal vanized barbed wire. 2-point. $2 27 per spool; galvanized sheets, 24- gnuge, $4 80, 27-gauge, $5 10; 28- giiiige, $5.85 80-gauge. $5 fto per rwf : Buhl bronzed a*es. single bandb-d, S9.RO; double, 512 50 per do*; bla k Sheet metal. 22 and 24-gauge. $1 25; ?ft-gauge. $8.80; 27-gauge, $3 35, 28- gatige, $7.40 per cwt. Carriage bolt*, small. 50c 10 and B off; large. 40 and B off machine bolts, small. 60. 10 and 10 ofT; large 40c 10 and B off liat. Hides No. 1 cured bides. 184 c; No. 1 green hides, 16c, No 1 cured bulls, 18c, No. 1 green bulls, 10c; No. 1 cured veal kip, 20c; No. 1 green veal kip, 1 ftr. ..n. 1 cured murrain, |(r. No. 1 green murrain, lftc, No_ 1 cured calf. 2ftc . No. 1 KTrr\ calf. 25c. No 1 horse hides, sft So. 2 horse hides. $5; No. 1 tallow, fto; No f tallow, 7c; No. 2 hide* lc off. No. 2 kip and calf 14-- off; sheen«kln <as to amount of wool), 50c©|2 SO Sugar Market sugar—Corrected dally by \V. li. Kdgai a b<>n C'tystal dominoea, 2-lb., $11.55; Do. 6-lb., $11.65: Fugle lab leta. $10.25, cut lonf, $» 40. cutiea, sx«j; X-XXX powdered, fx 60; stand ard powdered, $*.45; granulated, ex« tra (<-ars«, sß.2*. granulated, fine. In bulk. $8 05. granulated, 2S-lh. cot tons, $8.15. crystal domino gran. 2- lt>. and 5-lb. 1 artons. in • aaes. Is 35; ciystal domino gr in., UK -’ase*. $5.45, diamond A $8 16, confectioners' A., SB. No. 4. »sus. No. ... t*. No ft. $7.1*;.; No. 7. $7.1*0. Nu «, $7 85 No. 9. $7 ««; No If*. 97.76. No 11. $7 :0, No. 12, $ 7.ft5 . No. 13. s7.<o. No. 14, 57.40; N-. 15. $7 fto non-caking mixture, f*. beet granulated, $7 :*.. per 100 lbs.; household powd.. It, 24 to case, 95.40; DO. 45 to ctao, $4.70 *>er caae. "You will be unable to withstand the heat ff you diiuk intoxicating liquors, ’ said Major Palmerlee You al-o are much more liable to sun stroke. and will not be nearly as efficient as if you had left it alone. Since the arrival of the Thirty fit -t regiment at Camp Ferris, which is the new name given Hi** military reservation, there have be« a numer ous pi omul long frutu llu- ranks, and more are in contemplation. They will b* announced shortly before the first of tlie month, when the new regulations requiring nine sergeants and 11 corporals goes into effect. Many transfers also have been effect ed since the troops left Detroit, and more are dally expected. One of the recent appointments Is that of Serg-.-Maj. Charles J- Ix>oa to regimental major-general, auc ceedlng Rergt.-Maj Robinson, who took the place of Sid A. Erwin, who was honorably discharged prior to the leaving of the Detroit troops be cause of sickness In h!a family. Sergt -MaJ. Loos Is private secretary to Russell A. and Frederick M. Al ger. For the last 10 months ho has I been enlisted Ip the Michigan Na tional Guard. Sr rgt. Robinson haa resigned. Succor ding Pergt. Gus Adams, of ihe mounted section of headquarters company is Sergt KYank Tilton Sergts. Adam ■> and James F. Snyder arc now battalion sergeant-majors. \\ illiam Webster of Ibe mounted or derlies has been advanced to mess sergeant. Maj. Waldo leaves camp Monday morning for fv fruit to spend the Inlance of Hi'* week He has been granted a special leave of absence. Company A and ( ompatyt G pro motion* are announced, as follows: ( ompatiy A Corporal M< L« *od to r.i* * sergeant; Corporal Walton to • recant; Privates Hartwell and P. H :hn to artificer; Privates Red sole, LYk trainl. Giertz. O’Rourke, Osen ’ mi, Rcisr h"l and Holinsr-hesd to »erporul.-, and Private Miller to nu.*lcian Company O—Private Sark to first !s> giant; Quartermaster-Sergeant Wo -i nN.ffcr to supply m want; I Geo; go Downing to :nr* sergeant; I q Allot to first duty sergeant, and t.Yrpn-als Rlcard. William Orr, Kunert, Kink 1 and Phillip.* to s*-r --p.iiv-. sh» appointments to the tal kof < orporal in ompany G Tiipio, Mark, Duneanson. Pun more, Daniels. Parish, Kilfeather, Quirk. Kasmeszak Kales and Gurds. Captains of the companies of the Thirty first who reported men ab sent without leave after roll eall in C;■ j ip have notitied the Wayne eoun tv hcriff - office. and the st rngglera will be brought in as s*»or. as they ure rounded tip by the oiTlc* rs N i;w V OBH I*1I4»HI 4’n NEW Y(*f» K, Juti< 2ft. Flour: In active iin.i unsettled Fi-tk Steady; m- s-, $25 25 'a 25.75. Lard, bteady; middle weet sp.-t, $12.2-7 'it 13-30. Su>r ar liaw, (iui«-t. centrifugal. 2ft test, J»i -F(i »i . muscovado, ft ' test, ta 31 ui.jo. refined, nu• •t. cut loaf. sft 80. crushed. $ ft. 7 iniwdered, gran ulated $7.2- -» 77" (*offe<- HlO No. 7 on spot Tallow : '.Juiet; spe cial. city. :*V*c; country, 9ft «**, r. IFi \ Dull, prime, $l5O. No. 3, $1 ,i I 1" - 1.-v-r. 7» $1.20 Dr-- •(1 lonltiv I'irm. tut k'v s, 2ftc, chick ens 2ft sow I'. 1 4 ft. 71 2 3c. ducks. Long I land. lftc. Live l-otiltr;. St* adv . u*-* -c, 13c; ducks, lftc. fowls. l:i'(» 1 :! 4< . turko s, roosters, 14c, (hu-ken, broilers. 23'd 28* Cheese Weak, slut*- milk, common to spe cials. I3 4 '-i lft 4*-, skims, common to special, 7* '< 1 3c. VKBBBI. PASSAGED At Detroit DETRDIT. June 2«. t’p Arizona, f*. Maraba, 9 15; gue*-n City, Holly. 10; Zimmerman. 11 3'*, Huron. Sawyer, barges. 2 3* 1 . Ftlca. 3.10; Saa katoon, 3.t0, M F White, 4. Donald son. 4:2o; Dun, 3:1". Crearer, 5.50; G-oorge Pcavey, 8; North Queen, 8 Down: Conemaugh, Sheadle. 9; Fpokane, 10. Bixby. 10:16, Butler. Jr.. 10.30; Corsica. Abyssinia. 10'40, Sax ona, 11:30; French, 11 50. Hurlbut Smith, 12:60; Coulby. 1 20; Lumber men, barges, 2, Laßelle 8 60; Ogle bay, Tyrono, 5:3(1; Kotcher. B 4n;Ber wlnd, S:SO, Kennedy, h 10, Hoyt, ft 20; Shtras, 7 !<*; W C Fitzgerald, (small* Pnlton Luton, 7 30; Fort. Hartnell, 10. At The Xwo 8 AULT HTE MARIE. Mich, June .24.—Up: Steel Wolff. < Fsdon. 7 tost night. Yorkton 8; Edmonton, 9; White. 9:30. Rochester, Troy, 10; Lakeland, (small) Samuel Mather, Marla, 11; Yates, Cepheus. 11 30; Nl ko. Case, Ashland, mblnight, Stanton, 1:30; Joshua Rhodes 2. Sian Morse, Oakes. 3:30, J’nthflnner. Constitution, 4; Calgarian. Durst* n Gary, Rob in a, Morgan. 5:30, Russel Hubbard, Ream. ft. Alex. Thompson, Collins, Farrell. Miss Shaughnessy, Lake wood. 7:30; Calumet. Henry Rogers, 8:30; Fltct. Maitland. Agaw-a. Plum mer, 9; R. R, Richardson. Pherwln, 9. Down; Louts Davidson. Lynch, Kay. Moras, Browsr, 8 last night; Midland King, 8 30; Campbell. Byers. 9:30; Agnes w. Muncy, Hartwell 10; Chas, Hubbard, Superior, 10 80; 'j. .1 Brown. Hart, Foster. 1 a m.. Msry Elphlnks, Palpoonge, Thunder Bay. 2 30; lahpsmlng, 4. W. C. Hlchards- n. Crescent City, 4 30; Mecosta.. Vega. Chicago, 5*80: Gates, Smith Th'*mp aon, e- Glenllvet. Milwaukee, Oct -> - r«ra, e 30, Matnafa. Pellet, Turner. Block. Angelina, 8. Morgan. Jr « 30, McDouga I, Carrington. Manitoba Wssterian 9:30; Buffington. Eng land. iosA. SLASHES THROAT IN CITADEL; WILL RECOVER Rohsrt Williams, 32 vonra old. of No. 136 Pliim-xt., ftftonipfcd to end hla llfa, Sunday rvonlng, whils at tending a meeting In the Salvation Army citadel, Michigan and Second Area., by cutting h!s throat with a rator. He wts taken to the cily receiving hospital, where If 1- thought he will recover. According to the police. Williams haa had trouble with his wife, and hla attempt to end hta life follow* *] A conversation with her What is *»aid to he the late* -d tna 4'hlne a!iop in the world lias Just been complet 'd at the >anl of 1li«* Fore River Shipbuilding ( 01 pot ai ion In Quincy, Maas. *Trv Bcmb Floral Service “Flowers for Everybody” The I* B<»mb Floral company, Albert I’oih.lnn Main 3002 153 Bates-at. Mortuary. It l I'l. Mt\ lune 25, Frank Bieln.an, husband of Frances Bielinan and son .»f Mrs Katherine and the !c e Anthonj Bielinan, of Wat r**n. Mich., and brother of Joseph 1, Msrv, Al fred, Raymond and 11 n- «•* 11 Hiej man Funetal from his brothers residence. 68 Klmwood-ave . \N ed- at 7:li an<t* Our Ljuly or Help church at $ a. m. Bit O A so* June 25. 1916, at Mar quette. Mb h.. Hiram beloved huslmnd of Mary Chandler. Burial : at Marquette CHAR HON >KA I' June 24. at real- | dence. 71 t> Woodbrldge-Ht. east, | Minnie, aged 72 >eur*, widow of, the late i’bartionn*‘Mu • *>- i • r of Mrs W H. Scarborough, Mra. Fred Tyack. Mrs I etei Beueli i• i - from residence Wednesday at 2:30 and 9 a m. at St. Joachim a church. KRAI AR —June 24, Anna, beloved wife of William Krause and moth er of Violet. 391 Chene-st.. daugh ter of Mra. Edward Barth and sis ter of Mark Jackson, Mrs. John Smith, Mra. T K Coyne, Mra. Lena Wolf and niece of Mrs A. Drul lard. Funeral from residence on Tuesday st 390 I> m Burial at Herman Lutheran cemetery. MORRIS —Vina, daughter of the late Almeraon and Nettie Visard Mor ris, beloved stater of Evelyn, June 26 Funeral from residence, 120 Northwestern-ave , Wednesday at 9 to St. Mary s church, Bedford, at 10. Burial at Grand Lawn, via fu neral car. OIINSKT -Helene aged 27 years, be loved wife of ' *arl Ohnsof and dear mother of Mrs Fred Bargo, Mrs. Leo Priemer. Sister Mary Saint Po tninio, and Martha and Charles Ohraet. Funeral from residence, 953 Ferry-ave. east Time later. 9TKINKR —Margaret F... aged 68 at residence, 261 Slxteenth-st., widow of late John F. Steiner and mother of John W., Albert J.. Mae. Ella and L'.rettn Steiner. Funeral from residence Wednesday 9 30 and from St Vincent's church 10 a. m. by funeral car to Mt. Olivet. HRI.P \\ W ITCH—MAI.fe, BARBER wanted; steady job. 2934 Woodward, Phone Hemlock 1648-. J. BABBKR wanted. American; sl7, half over s2*., No. 2 Brnsh-st BABBKR want'd: sl4 per week; one day off per week. No. 772. Riopelle. BARBKB . steady iob; sl2. hulf over $22 1225 Jos. Cnmpau BARBERS for all parts of the city. Room 2. 242 Grlswold-st. c.\RJ’KNTKRS, finishers, rough car penters and Jobbers; Bteady work for good m«n At ply South wick Tom Cos., 709 Kerclicv a I CARPENTERS wanted for rough work, f.c per hour, only steady men need apply. 22 Moss-ave. KM' 1 TRICIANS. first knob and tube man; good wagi < 269 M. - Kinstry-avc. Apply 2 to s p. ni only EXPERIENCED porter Brown. 19.7 Woodward. W D PASW VTKL. HAItmVCMiD FLOOR CONTRACTOR; NEW OR OLD WORK HONK (NO Itl'sT) WEST 2372-W. A GENTLEMAN of good habit? who wir.ts to b irn a good paving bu I n*-ss with splendid opportunities sot advancement < >ne who is will ing to work f>>r the pav h* gets. \l>ply at Information Hesk. 2t9 Fat wi ll bldg., from X to 12 a. tn. CXRPENTER EINHHERS Apply at 1215 Philadelphia. cook- All-around cook- good wages and steady work Belmont Restau rant. f>7 Farmer-st COOK for short orders. sl2 Van - • laM's. 23 .Michigan. _ HELP W ANTED—I i m \li TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Owing to the constantly in creasing number of calls, we require additional operators. Pay while learning. Advance ment rapid. No slack season. Apply Michigan State Telephone Cos. Cor. John R. and Madison. WANTED—URAL ESTATE LOT OWNERS—DoubIe your ordin ary profits by building an Aladdin Readl-Cut House. Many designs. Quh'k erection. extremely low costs Call at nn<’«, 607 Ford bldg . or phone Main SS6O. STORAGE. AND CARTAGE ACME Storage mammoth warehouse Storage, moving. M. 899. 41 Oilman. CENTRAL STORAGE CO., moving, packing, praproor; rat«i right. Mo tor vans for suburban moving Fhone Cadillac 29. ROKHL BROS.. Storage, Cartage and Packing Office, 162 Alfred. RMa- 92$ TARTY MOVING to California can rent r>art of car. Central btorag- Cos.. Cadillac 69 At’TotfT ni rrnr* ~ * OVERLAND COUPE at a bargain Will sell, t«rmi or oash. Call Grand fiooo. ALADDIN OARAGE, S4A SS. All ma terial complete. I’alnt to mrttvh house. Phlpmont made 4ur order rrrelvrd Call *O7 Eord bldg. or phone Main 3 8 64. TAXI “DRIVERS'" If you want service get a WINTON 6 Unusual Values in Card CARS Come In and we will PROVE IT THE WIN TON' CO. 17 20 Wood ward-a ve Market 4723. Open Sundays and evenings. roil a 4 1 I— I 4 IMIS FT .OR 11 >A CtlODMhttClN RlTtf. IN acres, fronting mile and half on Dixie Highway. Write quick for description and price. Addreaa Dcak Aydelett, Tullahoma, Tenn MOM » TO 1(11' CONSTRUCTION I, oAN 9 Liberal amounts. .1 F Weber, 204 Gratlct. WE BUY LAND CONTRACT*. Detroit Timid Conti act Cos. 112-313 Hammond RT<l* r- q( j «,*l* 111 MM:** lIITtIRTI \il 11 «> A RU.MART RisiM, good location. 3 tabl-a; i'«nr sun l. easy terms. A good li'»<f, rent right George Marsh Cos. 2< East Atwater QUICK i R« 1 r l rs Ruild an Al iddln House on your lot and make quick and prod table turnover. Art at once. Call 407 Ford bldg, or phone Main 3830.s run SAl.B—SlAiUtclt K PHOI’ICHTY DICKI NS<) NS GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Prb es, rertrts, streets and numbers far partita par m<,nth A telephone call will put voii on our mailing list. Cadillac Idratt Dickinson Real Estate ExC unge, 23 Campau bldg., Detroit. Mil'll. 2'j» VAN'COI \ ER -Two-ttory single; $4 950. Walnut 3504-W 5 ROOM HOUSE, $298 Complete material for building a fl\e.room cottage, S29H. Save four protits Can fio7 Ford bldg., or phone Main 3320. Brick 2-Flat—sl,soo Down Just north of North Orund-blvd.; S bedrooms, bargain Call Market 6909. FARNSWORTH Fifth block east of Woodward. 11 rooms. all Improve ments. fine rendition, $7,200, terms Fine for rooming bouse or Invest ment B F McLain, 108 Park-blvd Cadillac 7355. OPEN FIREPLACES 6 ROOMS AND A SLEEPING PORCH In this most attractive 2-FAMILY FLAT RIGHT NEAR JEFFERSON Everything new and ready to move In at once nnd best of all Is the wonderful price of $6,200 —$1,500 DOWN WHERE WILT, YOU FIND ANOTHER? L. J. FASQUELLE 511 Holden Bldg. Cherry 511, AN 8-ROOM HOUSE JUST A BI.OCK FROM WOODWARD, with all modern conveniences and In a splendid district for renting rooms The room rent will pay for the hou.-ie. and Mr. Goodes can take ONLY S7OO DOWN THE PRICE IS BI T $3,500. L. J. FASQUELLE 511 Holden Bldg. Cherry 611. TO H E NT—-HOL'NRN Hannan Rental Agency A free list of houses and flats. C\ll In person at the oldest tnd largest real estate exchange In Michigan. 1 MoURAW BLIKJ. PEII NO VA ~ NOTICE—If any poor girl is In trou ble needing advice, friendship or write or - .ill on SEC BETA BY MA Ris V I:ET DPFFV. 993 Bort-st wi-“! I ration Armv. \\ 4 N TED TO Bl V—M ISJTJJ,ANROI’9 CAST? f<»r old false teeth, gold crowns, broken Jewelry, diamonds, watches, etc., full value paid. Liberty Rfg Cos.. 97 Woodw’d. 4th floor elevator. FOR *\i i —x ACAJVT I.OTN ~525 TAKES EQUITY Four lots, each 35x150 ft., for $375. which Is s9t a lot 45 minutes from ctt> hall out Grand River. Think of it t lots for $375 Terms. Box F. N<>. 35. Times. ROYAI OAK I.OTs —™ Have small • iuity If taken for cash at once. Box S. Pfirolt Times. MB MADDEN SAYS BRINE THE DEED OF VoPR LOT AND YOUR RENT EVERY MONTH AND WE WILL BUIT/D YOF A home. L. J. FASQUELLE 511 Holden Bldg. Cherry 511. Modern Bungalow $595 Complete material 'or building 5- roim modern bungalow’, $595. shlp m< nt same daj order received, i.tuiik erei t •’! i'*n'l 607 Ford bldg ■ ini Main slls, wo TT; ii-Fl.lf* TO RENT -One nr two flats or house, between Adams-ave. east JetT.-rson, Illinois and Rivard. Cadillac jH2!'_R. I PIIOIATKRIYO Upholstering B-PIECE PARLOR SUITE, re covered In leather or tapestry and made over like new. sl2 COUCHES Re-up- (9C AA bolstered In tapes- 111 I try or leather. ANY DAVENPORT Pintlag—«he sills INI king—that la riaht—Times Job Deot^—Mala 402* IIHI.r WANTED—M4I.D HEI.P WANTED—NUB REAL ESTATE SALESMEN Investigate this live proposition, it's different. No matter wrhat sub veil are selling, you may desire a change or may 1,, v*• prospects for half-a. re .>r jv-re suburban home sites. W# will < o .perat*- with you and ray g ood c >mmlsaion for sales mad* Is PARADISE GARDENS i lose in and close to ear line out G ratlot; beautiful location, good aofl nti'l roads splendid selling point sand exceptional value#. Ere* auto service. Come in and get detads KNOPF & OSBERG fit: ffMITH BLPO. Ask for Mr Osberg Cadillac MM HE AI Til mTITITIOAA HKAI.TH INSTITUTION* 1 H. latent Granted on this Cabinet May 26, 3316. _ p« . 14-. i Lultl ind ‘ (mk VictorSunshini:Bat** A-- ' m r »?; H°i l,n * f * r \ course of *y temstlc Trafntng st the GROW STRONG INBTfTUT® it \\ 'll < iv < l- ::7 Mep« from the Woodward «ir line, will quickly ?•- n< 'i \ r t t gth nnd help you to regain and enjoy vigorous health. Ita ti . modern, evireat and moet logical way Some people have and soma art rcdtii tng or In- renslng their weight to what It should bo. Are yn»? Call In. pie m or write today. I.et us tell you more about It. and wbal tt kM dons and la doing for others. Consultation fr«t. Grand 1311. For SALK— MMCKI.I.ANBOtTt Typewriter Bargains sl2 to S4O, direct from factory: away terms. UNDERWOOD, ROYAL. CO RONA. Etc Renting $l6O up. Larn* est stock in oily. U. 8. TYPE WHI TEH CO.. Cadillac s«ss. Campus Martius, next Detroit »>• era house. • ,9 —« $133 FUR WHITNEY PIANO, regular $250 style; full sis* mahogany: finely reflnlshed and overhauled; splendid condition, small payments. OR IN.NELL BROS.. 34 5 Woodward 3 S2B FOR NEWMAN BROB.' OROAJI. solid walnut, cabinet case, sweat. - full tone Regular $96 style EatF terms GRINNELL BROR* Branch. 57 Monroe. BANJO BARGAIN—One slightly used Fairbanks, 11-inch head, 24 brack ets; patent Champion pegs; nlckal pluted metal shell; fancy paarl de signs on Anger hoard, Rogers' hea4» regular S4O style; sls takes It; quick buyer gets splendid bargain. GKINNKLL BROS.' Branch. 67 Mon roe. TROMBONE BARGAIN, slightly used. C G ' ruin; "B" fist tenor, bur nished hell, velvet lined black leather case. Outfit goes for sl6, and on weekly or monthly pay ments gHINNELL BROS.'Branch. 57 Monroe. STORAGE furniture, nearly new.baf* gain price. Sumner Cos.. Mich A 4th. SODA FOUNTAIN, bllliarc and pool tables. new and second-hand. Gao. Marsh Cos.. 20 F.' Atwater. K 7. 1 term A ROOMS- Furniture for roems com plete. $1 week Sumner, Mich. A 4th. SODA FOUNTAINS STORE FIXTURES We manufacture and sell the BEST and LARGEST line of soda foun tains, hack bars counters, show cases and store and office fixtures of all kinds at the LOWEST prices. Quality and prices our success. Sea our line and get our figures before buying Fall Uad 4733 for sales man DETROIT STORE FIXTURE CO., 12-30 Catherine, near Gratiot. ALADDIN R KADI-CUT HOMES— Save four profits by building one of these houses fall 607 Ford bldg. or phone Main 8820 for full Information and prices. LING'S LATEST LIST OF UPRIGHT PIANO BARGAINS IN eston. full else $ 76 Clough & Warren, full slxe.... 96 Harrington, black case 71 Regal, sweet tone 12* Boardman A Gray, refinished 160 Clough & Warren, a bargain. 126 Hamilton, sweet tone 100 B«' liman, returned rentas lit Kranich & Bach, in good con dition Is| Milton, swe*t tone 171 Newby A- Evans, fine tone 236 Srhiller-Bachman. cannot be tol<t from new 226 Smith At Nixon, full site J 25 Crown, concert used 240 Schiller-Bachman. looks Ilka new 190 Schiller, fine 210 Regal, fair 116 Newby A Evans, cannot ba told from new $lO Newhv At Evans, entirely refln lshed 240 Hurts Bros., used less than six months, poor 110 Krakauer, largest and finest style 376 Krakauer, Just like new, ma hogany 326 Newby Ar Evans, In fine condi tion 200 Newby & Evans, very old, good tone 110 Newhv A Evans Player Plano, bargain 376 Those with names omitted are lead ing mflkf.i sold by our friunda in the business. Easy terms of rental or sale. LING PIANO HOUSE 53 Years in Bustnesa 78 Lfbrary-ave. Corner Grand Rlver-ava. East, (Over Macauley's Book Store! ■WTTeVT—ROOK*. HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor. Larned and Bates—only a block from Woodward and Jefferson-gvca. and nnlv half s block from ths new Interurban waiting room. Bxtra fine rooms at 75c, $1 and 11.66 per day. WAVTET> —New furnished room for men Grand 6082; reference*. FOR 9ALH—RICSOKTI FOR HALE AT LAKE ORlON—Tww story boarding house. II rooms, steam heat; barn, woodshed, ohlok en park, outside cellar, largo gar den. Also high-class fastest motor boat on lake. Dr. C A. DeCou, look box 1 46. Pontiac. Mich. WANTED—TO BICHAYOh WE EXCHANGE your old funtitoro for new or give you cash. Main 2004. 16$ Mlchlgan-ave. ro RB\T—HO 19 BJ MODERN COTTAGE with garagei references required Addreos wal niit 371 r u , > nnw TLTfvM.vo ~ ‘ FXPlfltT WINDOW CLEANING CO. OEXERAL JANITOR WORK. Office 196 Farmer-st. Floors end windows properly clean#4 and work absolutely guaranteed. Our patrons Include General Motors <'o . Fa-kard Motor Cos., Michigan Drag Cos , Detroit Tlmes. Olds Motor \V. ri «. Burnham-Htoepel A Cos., ts. m Radiator Corp. Northern Motor Cos YVm P Bonorlght A Cos., Hay den. Stone A Cos., Trussed Conerato building and many others. Pbons Cherry 71$ for trial. PAGE 9