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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916.
Ordinance No. 408-A. N OHRIN %Nl K tv Or4l ■ rntitlril * *‘4ii OrdUiAff t# l« Hit •id *r«'tluv ii »( Chapter Cl •( Ike I ovipllrU Ortflaaacca vs tha 4’ltjr vr Rrtrwlt for ikt rear 1U12.” by Milillnu h new orvvlalon tberata, IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY UK PEOPLE OK THE CITY OF DK ROIT: Kci'llnn 1. That Section * of Chapter HJ of the comulled Or dinance nf tlie City of Detroit for the year IHI 2. he and the •am>' i,s hereby amended to read ae follows: Section 6 In all cases except thoe>- nn ntlonril, sidewalk* ahall be nf uniform width of 6 feet except abb-walk* hereafter laid, «on*imeted ( ,r repaired on the north eid« of Porter etreet. op posite Stanton I'ark; nn the north and Mouth aides i>f Rose street, nppualte Macomb Park; on the north aide of Albertua place bet ween Deqtlindre atreet and St Auhln avenue, on the north aide of Oaborrt place, be tween lt!var<l and Hasting* •tr**t.s. on the north aide of Oimln etreet, between Walker atreet and McDougall avenue, on the eaet and west aide* of Jef faraon court, between Jeffereon •venue and Fort etreet (extend ed). on the euet aide ofHprlng wella avenue, between Weat Jof feraon avenue and South etreet; on the north and eouth atdea of tlraharn etreet. between Caro line etreet and Wahaah railroad, on the eaet and weat eldea of i Oilman avenue between Fort atreet and M C. It It. rlght-of wav. the flret atreet north of Maraton avenue, between St. Au hln avenue aim Fordyce avenue, and alao on the eaat and weat • Idea of Kurd avenue, between Weat JclTeraon avenue and M C ft. It . alao on the eaat and i weat eldea of I.afferty place, front Howard atreet to the M r* It R rtght-nf-war and alao on the eaat and weat aldea of Went End avenue, aouth of Weat Jefferson avenue (alao on the emjth aide of Barron atreet from alley weat of Jarvis atreet to Dearborn avenue); on the eaat and weat aide of Lyle atreet. north of Tulaakt avenue and on the north and urnilh aidea of St Joaefat'a court alao on the eaat aide of Roby place, aide Lot 5S from Medbury avenue, aouth 239 49 feet, alao on the north and aouth aide* of Lam hie place, between Twenty-third atreet and alley eaat of *md atreet. alao on the north and aouth aldea of Silver afreet, between Weat End ami Springwella avenuea. ahall be, of uniform width of four feet, and on the west aide of Soring well* avenue. between Fort atreet and Wahaah rail road. on Gate* atreet. from Car bon afreet to Wahaah railroad; on Dey atreet, from Carbon • street to Barron atreet. on Du pont atreet from Herkimer atreet to Wahaah railroad; alao on the north aide of Lafayette avenue, beginning at the Inter section of aald avenue with Lawndale avenue eaat to the « first alley on 1-awndale avenue, alao on the north and aouth f aldea of Barry afreet, where same ahall be of uniform width , of five feet and on the north aide of Winder atreet. between Dequlndr* atreet and St Auhln avenue, alao on the eaat able of Hasting* street, between Can field and Garfl»ld aide Lot on north aide of St. Joaefat'a court; | from Hastings atreet 95 feet eaat; and nn the north alley aouth aldea of Krakow place, between Garfleld and Forest avenuea. running weat from Ri vard atreet to Rivard farm line where same ahall be of uniform width of thr-e feet, and alao on the e«at and w* at aidea of Gar field place, between Garfield and Forest avenuea where aarrte • ball be a uniform width of two and one-half feet, and also on both aide of Hrattnt court from Harper avenue t• • Gratiot ave nue wh» re same ahull tie of un form wldih of five feel. Section Thia Ordlnanc# ahall take immediate effect. Approved June 27, 191# OSCAR R MARX. Mayor. ktteat RICHARD LINDSAY. City Clerk. BOARD OF HEALTH PROPOSALSJOR TRESI Sealed proposals for supplying and (silvering at the Herman Kiefer (capital. Hamilton Boulevard and llaine avenue, a certain number of Ivergreen Trees. of a ai»« and arlety to be learner) from the sped- Icatlona therefor, to be had at th* ffl< e of Charles Kern Fledier. 1114 >avid Whitney Building. city, will i* received by the Hoard of Health, ISI Bt. Antoine afreet, Secretary'* fflee. to and Inclualv# of Monday, uly 3, 1914 The loweat or any pro meal will not necessarily be ac •pted. THE hoard OF HEALTH. BT JOHN F. MoKTNLAT, 0-946 Secretary. Detroit. June 27, 1914. Ordinance No. 407-A. U* ORl)ltitX(K to land ■■ ordi nance entitled. “An Ordinance to regulate the use. handling, atornae and note of Inflammable llqntds and the prndaeta thereat In the (lly of Defratt.” h* IS ffKREBY ORDAINED BT THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF DE TROIT: Section 1: That Section 26 of an Ordinance to regulate the use. handling;, storage and sale of In flammable liquids and the prod ucts thereof In the City of De troit. approved October 13. 1914. be, ano the same Is hereby amended to read as follow#: Section 24: The mixing. stor ing or handling of Inflammable liquids of Class I and II In open containers Is prohibited In any store, In any building housing more’ than two families or In a frame building housing more than one family*- provided that ♦ his shall nut apply to drug stores where Inflammable liquids ar# used In making and com pounding medicine# and prescrip tions. No person, firm or corporation shall sell by retail any Inflam mable liquids covered by the provisions of this ordinance with out first obtaining a retail deal er's permit under the provisions of Section 7 of the ordinance and section 6 of Chapter 1 of tha rules regulating the same. In addition to tha foregoing re quirements. no person, firm or corporation shall sell or handle Class I liquids as specified In Herttnn 2. Chapter I of the rules. In any glass buttle nr other package made of fragile mi terlels and having a capacity of more than one pint Any glas# buttle «»r 'similar veasel or pack age shall he properly labeled with n label furnished hy the Department of Hnfet.v Engineer ing. which label shall tndlcata thr character of the liquid con tained In bottle or vessel, and a statement of the hazard In tha use of such liquid. The fee for a Retail Dealer’a permit for the sale of Class I liquids In quantities not to ex ceed one pint, and Class IT liq uids in quantities not to exceed one quart, shall he One Dollar •ft oftt per year It shall he un lawful for any person, firm or corporation to sell nr use inflam mable liquids In alass bottles or vessels or similar fragile ma terial. without romnlylng with the requirements of this ordt n.i n«e, Approved ifaa* 3-i 1414- OHCAR It MARX. Mayor. Attest RICHARD T.INDBAY. 1 City Clerk is- ■' I 1 1 - 1 "a# Prtatlig—lke gists aval kl»4e-tlal |i rtgfet—Tlsm Jab IWste-gils 4W VOTE TO ASK STAUF WAR Detroit Union Opposed to Mill turism, Decides to Make Appeal to Wilson . The I>etrolt branch of the Ameri can Union Againut Militarism met In,the Unitarian church, Tuesday evening, and voted that a resolution be sent President Wilson requesting him to “Postpone a recommenda tion of war with Mexico to congress until the last possible moment." Richard L. Drake, secretary of the Fefleration of Labor, promised that 100.000 workingmen would stand be hind the resolution. The meeting was addreeaed by the Rev. Eugene R. Shlppen, Mrs. Francis Neilson, and Mra Frederick Holt. Dr. Shippen expatiated upon the growing menace to this country of militarism. He said that while we had ceased to vindicate per sonal '‘honor’* with the sword and platol, considering It child's play, we still adhere to our ancient Ideas In settling affairs we believe to be of national honor. “There is only one kind of hon or," said Dr. Shlppen, “and that la the common honor of humanity." Mrs Neilson declared that “It la largely due to the press that the war sentiment takes Are and car ries away the Inexperienced youth, who believes that he Is called upon to answer In this manner In order to be a patriotic citizen." MOTORMAN FACES BIGAMY CHARGE Following complaints of Mrs. Charles Smith, wife of a Harper line inotorman to the Alrena poor com mission that she had been deserted. Smith was arrested, Tuesday after noon. and found to be living with a Mrs. Smith No. 2. who tearfully ex hibited a marriage llrense obtained In Tietrolt June 6, when the couple were mkirled by Justice DWTaw. A street car flirtation had led to their marriage. *h* said. Smith may be charged with bigamy. The American Association of Nur serymeu will meet at Milwaukee to day for Its forty-Arst annual con vention. Ordinance No. 106-A. %\ on 111 A ANTIC to amend nn ordl naaee entitled An Ordinance to reaulnte the uae. Sandlin*, storage and ante of laflammahle llqtilda and the products thereof In the t Ity of Detroit, approved Oetober lath, 1811. IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF DETROIT S.-rtlon 1. That Section 103 he, and the aame la hereby amended to read aa follow*: per. 103 Dry cleaning ahatl be known aa the art, art or pro reaa of cleaning or renovating wearing or other apparel, rlothea and other fabric* or textile*, or any other thing*, by Immeraion, wholly or In part, with any In flammable liquid. Sponging or • potting ahall he the removal or dirt grease, etc., bv local appli cation of Inflammable liquid. No person. Arm or corporation ahall engage In the hu*lnea* of Dry (’leaning In the (ity of De troit without flret obtaining a Dry Cleaner * permit a* required by Section 7 of the ordinance and Section 16 of Chapter 1. and com plying with all the provision* of chapter VIII of thla ordinance Each peraon. Arm or corporation doing dry cleaning or sponging or »r>ottlng In the City of Detroit ahall display near the entrance of *urh place of business. a *lgn or placard furnlahed by the Depart ment of Safety Engineering with the following word* dleplayed prominently: “Inflammable li quid* u*ed here. Flame* and apark emitting devise* forbid den on the*e premises.” It ahall be unlawful for anv per*on. firm or corporation which ha* not *ecured * Dry Cleaner’s permit a* required by Section 7, and Section IS of Chapter I of thl* ordinance, and which doe* not dt*play near the entrance of •urh place of hualne** a *lgf> or placard furnlahed by the Depart ment of Safety Engineering with the worda “Inflammable liquid* need here. Flame* and apark emitting device* forbidden on the*e premises.” to display any algn, or In any way to advertlae himself or Itself a* a Cleaner or Dry Cleaner. The provision* of thla aectlon do not apply to the uae of Inflam mable liquid* In open veeaela out side of building*. Approved June 27. Hit. OSCAR B. MARX. Mayor. Attsst: RICHARD LINDBAT, City Clerk. NOTICE-STREET PAVING ASSESSMENT BOARD OF AOOEBOORB OFFICE Detroit. Juna 34. ltlf. Paving Notice No. 1994. HANCOCK AVENUE To A. Kzadknwakl, John Podxlkow akl, Ignatius I’awlaaack. Joseph Hoa cllo John Hoscllo. John Lewandow skl Anthony Jaglelskl. Andrew Wy pyewski, Chas. Cornelius. Mary Cape nian. West Side Brewing Cos. Henry Oh-ns, Wm. Castleman. Chas. Whit man. A. L A F J. Edwards. Peter M Isaac. Chas. Kinspel. Julius Run kle. A. Marquardt. Evald Marquardt. John Harrison. Northwsy Motor Mfg. Cos.. W. B. Thompson. Anthony Chea- Ick. Edgar Talbot U Tablnskl, M J. Ellin wood, K. M. Oeo. Flana gan. John Laßelle, E. H. Houghton. C. McGinnis, F. Hoover. Alex Picker. Ing. Margaret Bowman, and to all other persons owning, occupying, or otherwise Interested In any of the lots and premlaes fronting on Han cock avenue. In said City of Detroit, within the limits hereinafter men tioned. The Common Council of the City of Detroit, having ordered so much of Hancock avenue, from the east curb line of Lawton avenue to the east curb line of Twenty-third street, to he graded and paved, notice Is hereby given that an assessment has been made upon all the lots and premises fronting on said Hancock avenue, and liable to hs assessed for raid Improvement under the provl eo.na of the City Charter, and that a roll of esld aasessment Is now cnm_- pletefl and will remain at the Assess ors’ Office In the City.of Detroit from the date hereof until July 11. 1916. for the inspection of all peraona con cerned therein. BOARD OF AfWEfIFOJRP. fct ß / OU.TAWAIg K Cjir t Deserted, Broken-Hearted Bajby Girls Make Pitiful Plea Through Newspapers tot Mother's Return “Mamma please come home. Flor ence and Arllno NettWton, 104 Tenth-street., Detroit, Mich." The utter loneliness that is rend ing the hearts of two baby girls Is merely hinted in the two lines of cold type in newspaper “personal,“ telling a~brlef but sad story of a mother gone, and a home foYlorn. More eloquent, by far. is the mes sage carried In the lonesome, plead ing, baby eyes, and In continuous childish questionings “Where Is our mamma? Has she gone away?*’ Florence Is 8 years old and Arline, 6. Mrs. Mollle Nettleton, 2fryear*>ld wife of Robert Nettleton. of No. 104 Tenth-st, left her home one morn ing three weeks ago* telling no one where she was going, and leaving her two little children alone In the house. BOLD THIEVES STEALTRUCK Get Away With $5,000 Worth of Tobacco ('otuugntd to Cha«. Gauss Thieves made away with merchan dise valued at $5,000 ahoftly after 10 o'clock. Wednesday morning. In front of the wholesale tobacco house of Chas. Gauss, at Second and Grand Rlver-aves. An ancient scheme wu* used. A man In working clothe* stepped to the curb as John McLennan, driv er for the Michigan Cartage Cos., drove up to the place. The fellow said he whs an employe of the Arm and offered to watch the team while the driver delivered the ollls to the office. As Mclennan stepped inside the fellow’ mounted the wagon and drove the team away. Detectives Cotter and Snook were sent from headquarters and after a search of the vjcintty found th» team and part of the merchandise standing at Fifth and Plum sts. The stolen merchandise, whbh was as signed to lie delivered to Gauss, con sisted r.f several cases of cigarettes and tobacco. Wednesday morning’s “job" is the third to be pulled off within tw.j years on the Gauss Arm. On the other (*ccnsloQs police have been called on to investigate robberies where similar means were used. The value of the goods taken before was place at $2,000. Produce iii iirrt DETROIT. June 28.- Handlers of /resh fruits and vegetables report an active trade with few price cnanK*-*. Receipts of berries were fairly lib eral In all lines anil the demand was sufllclent to prevent any accumuia tion. Fresh vegetable* of all kinds w«re In ample supply and were mov. Ing out fr*i lv. The butter market Is easy at the last decline. Egg pro duction is falling off. and as storage buyer* are far from satisfied, the de mand is better than the supply. Dress*-,) calves are steady and Arm, and poultry Is steady with an easy tone. Apple* Ren Davis, |2 30 '3; Raid wins, 1.1.30 ii t; Steels Red, 3I'U 5 bbl.; Russets. 531T3.30 bbl., new apples, 11.25 0 1.50 per hamper. v Bananas —Good shipping stock, 91 260 2 per bunch. Rrsss —-Dried Mums. 4>t<T7c lb Berries--Strawberries. 24-qt. cases, 929 2.35; 14-qt. cases. Hi? 1.25, h’ackberrles, 9* 25 bu.; huckleberries, 24-qts, 93.75 94. gooseberries, 24-qt., 92 50. black raspberries. 24-qts., g t 'op 4.60, red raspberries. 24-Jts, 94194 25 California Dolts —Cherries 92 25; apricots. 92 50 per box; plums, $2 60; peaches, |1,75 per box. 4 iiullflnwer—ll.so9l.76 per box. Cahhage—New. ;2 5092 75 crate Cheese Michigan tlr*s. 14«40l6c; New York. 16c. Swiss, 271f30c; Im ported Swiss, 36941 c; llinburger, new. 2-lb., 15V. 1 - ID.. l«c; hrb’k cream. 16\c; long horns. 14c; daisies, 1691684 c per Ih. Cherries -Four, 910092 per 24-qt. ease. Dressed Calves—Fancy. 16 915 84c; common, 129 13c lb. Fresh Aegeiahles—Green peppet a, 92 40 crate. 40c basket; radishes, 26c do*.; beets. 659 70c dox.; let •s. 36c d"z : beets. Boo7Oc das.; let tuce. 9Oco|l bu.; parsley, 20925 c dox.; cucumbers, hothouse. ‘550760 dox.; hothouse tomatoes. 16916 c lb.; carrots, 209 26c per doten; head lettuce. Iceberg, 91.25 91.60 per bu.; wax beans, 92.25; grsen beans, 12 per hamper, Florida tomatoes, $993.26 case; asparagus, sections 11.2691.60 box; green peas, 9292 25 du.; watercress, 259 30c per crate; green onions, j 7916- per dot.; green corn. $4 76 9 5 per bbl. Haaey—Fancy white, new, 16017#; amber, 109110 lb.; extracted, io4o per lb. Hay—Detroit shipper# are paying th# following prices for baled nay In car lots f. o. b., Detroit: No. 1 tim othy, 921.60923; standard timothy, 320.509 21; llgnt mixed. |20.64>09T; No. 2 timothy, 21*9t9: No. 1 mixed, 316 60916; No. 2 mixed, 111913; Si. 1 clover. 113914; rye straw 60<M; wheat and oat straw, $4.6097 p#r ton. !/*«■•■•—s696 6* per ho.. 9.lmes—sl.lo9l 96 per 100. Melon#—Rockyford* standards. 93 93 25 crate, ponies. 32 2592 60 crate; watermelons, 6007hc each. Mash rooms—4 01/ 50c Ib. Oranges—Valencias, 94 9 4.75 bo*. Valencias, 11.50 9 4 per box. Oalnnn—Texas Bermudas, yellow, 92.169 2 25- white, $2.26 crate; south ern, 93 75 94 per hundred pounds. l*|aeaa9lM —91.759 3 per crate; 91.9301.71 do*.; Florida#. $904 oas#. Potatoes —New Southern. 34.29 0 4 36 bbl.; |l 7693 bu. Pnnltry—Hmllera, 26 9 27e; medium hens. 17017 84c; stags. 12013 c, geese, 11012 c; ducks. lb. JOBBINtt PRICKS- Cannes (!••»»—Apples, 12.60 0 3 54) Rat.; baked beans. 1-lb., 600 40c; tma beana, 9101.26. Corn: Fancy Maine. $1.16; standard. 1.. Table beets, 11.26 01.40. Pea#: Fancy early June. 91.30; standards, fl. Halmoa. tall. 12.30. flat, plnga, 90a Tomatoes J 1.16. Marrowfat peas 01; early tine. 91.60; sifted early June, 01.40 per dox. Feed—Jobbing prices In 84-bbl. sacks: Bran. 134: standard middlings $36; An* middlings. |SO. cracked corn. $33; orn and oai chop. |29 ton. Fleur —Jobbing prices; Heat Mlchl gal patent. 16.90; second patent. 96 70; straight, $6 50; pure rye. 96; spring patent. 16.30. per hbl. In paper sacks. Detroit Oil— Raw linseed oil. sec; boiled linseed. 70e gal. In barrel lots. Kerosene in Iron barrel#; Diamond headlight, 3.3 c; perfection* I 9c; pal ■cine. 10.9 c; red crown gasoline, 16a per gal. Hardware—Nalta. 12 96 keg case; ▼Kiiita otroH. wiri, I-point, fV.u When her husband came home that night ahe was not to be found- She had taken what money there was in the bouse and some clothing but left no message for her husbapd , He searched the neighborhood, then spent two days in hospitals, santarlunis and went to the morgue, but hi* quest was In vain. Mrs. Net tleton’s mother, who lives but a short distance from the Nettleton home was grlef-strlcken, and hard ly able to care for the children. “I can’t Imagine where she's gone," the husband said to a Times repre sentative. “She never went away before like that, and we’ve been mar ried 11 years, I think that perhaps a severe Illness that she had this year, typhoid fever and other ail ments, has affected her mind and she has wandered off." par spool- galvanised sheets, 24- gauge, $4 SO; 27-gauge. IS. 10; 21- gauge. |5 35; 10-gauge. 95.65 perewt.; Hum bronxed ax*a. alngie handled, 99.50; double, fl 2 50 per dos.; black sheet metal, 22 and 24-gauga, IS 25; 26-gauge, |3 20; 27-gauge,: 11.2 k 28- gauge, 13.40 par owt. Carriage holts, nmsfl, 50c 10 and 6 off; large. 40 and 5 off; machine bolt*, email 10. 10 and 10 off; large 40c 10 and 5 off list. Illdea -No. 1 cured hide*. 18V4c; No. 1 green hides. 15c; No. I cured bulls. 18c; No. l green bulls, 10c; No. 1 cured veal kip. 20c; No. 1 green veal kip, l«c; ~0. 1 cuisd murrain, 18c; No. 1 green murrain. 16c: No. 1 cured calf, 28c- No. 1 greex calf. 25c; No. 1 horae hide*. |6; No. 2 horsa hides. |5; No. 1 tallow, 8c; No. 2 tallow. 7o; No. 2 hide*, lc off. No. 2 kip and calf. l*4c off; aheep«ktn fas to amount of wool). 50c V 92.50. n£QPLES i paGES ONE CENT A WORD Cash w-lth order; If charged. 7c a line. No transient advertising Incerted for less than 15c with cash; it changed. 18c per Insertion. The above rate* apply to all classi fications except Birth*, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, Meeting Notices, etc. Birth*. Death*. Cards of Thanks and Meeting Notice* Minimum charge, 35c for 25 worda or lesa. Each additional word. 1 1-lc. Mortuary.* CARTW HlfillT— June 27. at lat Junta. Col.. Kllsc Hutchinson, wife of Wil liam It Cartwright, «>f La Junta, daughter of Mr*. Lucy R. Hutch inson an,| slater of Henry V. and Frank R. Hutchinson, of Detroit, and John C. Hutchln*nn, of Lo* Angeles, Cal. 4 Ot nVII,I.F, -June 26, 1916. at resl di-nce. 1883 Jefferson-ave en*t Elisabeth, daughter of Catherine Courvllle Funeral Thursday. .Tune II at 10 i m. Burial private. Please omit flower*. 1 RAVI* tune 26, 1916. at residence, 54 Alger-avr. Robert J., aged 59 1 year*, beloved husband of Mary Ann. dear father of Mr*. William Si-hnekrnburger. David If. and Ed gar S Davis. Mr* Leslie Lohdell and Clifford J Davis, and den brother of Edgar and H A. Davis. Funeral from residence Thursday, tune 2'b at 2:30 p. m. Interment Woodlawn. DO WELLY—June 26. 1916. Agne*. aged 26 years. Funeral service* Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o clo« k ft- m tb<- residence. 83 Elmwood* ave. Interment in Roseland Park Row w:i John .1 . at residence 263 MrMlllan-ove., beloved husband of M*r> I*, dear father of John. Ger ald. Mabel. Florence, Henry and I' v | l Downey. Mr*. K. Hteele and .\lr* c. Felko and de.-ir brother of Jerem: ’h. Maurice, France*. Mr*. Chari • Otto and Mrs .1 A Klelsrh. an* Funeral front residence on Thursday at 6 45 and Holy Re deemer ihurch at 9. ERsKIAF. Margaret, ngod 74. June 77. 1916. beloved wife of George T. Ersklne and mother of George A. Bnkins, Mr* william w ptero and Mr*. Agnes Kessler Funeral Thursday at 3 p. nt. from son’* residence, Maxwell stop Royal Onk Take Pontiac car. Burial at Evergreen. LAMB —June *7, Marcella TANARUS., aged 8 year*, beloved daughter of Mr and Mr* Jacob ,7. Damn. Funeral from residence, 105 Collingwood-ave., on Thursday, June 29, at 2:30 p. m. Interment Woodlawn. MAOKRS—June 27. 1916. Alexander E.. beloved son of Margaret and the Ipfe William W. Magee. Funeral Thursdav at 2 p. m. from residence. 1049 Lnthrop-av*. Burial private. PFTTinnvr—June 27. 1916. Kllle, aged 63 years, beloved wife of Levi .1 Pettltione, mother of Edward F. William J, Floyd. Seth and Ozella Pettlbone, Mr* Della Corwin, at her residence Thursday, 2 p. m. Burial at Grand T,awri cemetery La Belle funeral car. # *Try Betnb Floral o«rrl6*/' “Flowers for Everybody” The T-*. Bemb Floral Company, Albert Pochelon. Main 2002. 168 Batea-at. HEI.P WANTED—MAI.h A GENTLEMAN of good habits who wants to learn a good paying busi ness with splendid opportunities for advancement. One who Is will. Ing to work for the pay he gets. Apply at Information Desk. 211 Farwell bldg , from • to 18 a. m. BARBER wanted. No Sunday work; steady. 812 Canfield east. BARBER wanted; 914 and half over sl9. August I.leg, 470 Chene-at. BARBKR wanted; must be (Irat-c)aas. sl6, half over 321. 436 Gratiot. BARBERS for all parts of the city. Room 6. 242 Orlswold-st. BARBER —Steady Job, good wages. 900 Dubois, corner Forest. BOYS for wrapping soap must have working papers. Apply 125 Hen dricks. BOY wanted for office position. Ap ply 60 Tenth-at. BRIGHT BOY for advertising and shipping department; chance for advancement Detroit White I*esd Works. 540 Milwaukee east BRIGHT. CLRAN-CFT HOY for work In flower store; must have good references. 621 Woodward. CANVASSERS —A-l proposition. Pay nightly. Investigate Apply 414 T.rgTiTO6r bldg, S« TJlfayettr west CARPENTERS WANTED Apply to foreman, southeast corner Taylor and Wileon-sve. D. I* Colwell. Main 2751 GOOD MEAT CUTTER to lake rare of meat counter. Igivlgne, .177 St. Antoine GOOD TINNER %nd furnace man at Hares Furnac# House. 100 Wood - - ward. DETROIT TIMES HKI.r V\ 4.\TKD—M %I.E wanted, only (rood men; 55c per hour. Apply after * to A. F. Knapp, 750 Mlchlgan ave OKA PINO and clearing contractors. To clear up a 60-acre subdivision. 616 Moffat bldg. ORINDER and lathe hands wanted. Applv Selik Hros., 640 Twenty fourtb-st j ELECTRICIAN. flrst-claaa knob and tube man; (food wage*. 864 Mc- Kinatry-avo. Apply 6 to I p. m. only. PHARMACIST Registered young man of experience. 2406 Hamil ton-blvd. w. J Rodgers. WANTED—Young man,#l7 or 18. for general office work. RelnhoM Manufacturing Cos, -189 Reauhlen. WANTED—A first -class furnishing goods salesman. Apply Ix>uls Simon. Elks' Temple bldg. WANTED Experienced shipping !eik; salary |l6; steady Job. 1250 Woodward. WANTED Experienced plumbers and helpers. L. Sherman, T7O Hast- Ings-at. WANTK P- - Young man for bus work In restaurant. Rose, 1518 Wood ward. WANTED—Experienced man for re pairing and pressing. 980 Green wood. WANTED—Dlemakers Apply Ford Motor Cos., Ford, Ont. WANTED- First-class grinder hand, Modern Pattern A Machine Cos. HKI.P WASTED—KKMAI.R WANTED HELP for general house work to coma In ror part day. Must love children. Hemlock 436',-M. WANTED Girl for light housework; go home nights; references. Call 877 Tr umbull-ave. GOOD strong girl for general house work 46 Beech, between Second find Third. \ ACTIVE WOMAN to work for hus band's room and board, wages 730 Caxs. BINDERY GIRLS, stitchers, folder, feeder and table girls Stoll Print ing House, 2813 East Grand-btvd. COLORED MAID about 20, neat ap pearance. for doctor’s office; ref erenres required. University bldg, suite 57. 11 East Grand River. COLoRki, WOMAN, middle age. gen eral housekeeper. Cadillac 6129-R. DENTAL OFFICE GIRL experienced. Apply Utopia Dentists, 98 Michi gan .DININGROOM GIRL and chamber maids f<>r small Institution; good wages room and hoard. Grace Hos pital Branch, 277 West Graml-hlvd. ENERGETIC WOMAN to call on property owners, one who has had some real estate experience pre ferred good salary and rapid ad vancement plen c ant work and per. manent position. 801 Penobscot bldg. EXPERIENCED OPERATORS on la dies' skitts Detroit Skirt A Dress Cos, 63 Elizabeth. EXPERIENCED GIRL for general housework small apartment. 3 In family. 21 Glynn-ct., Hemlock 1691 -,T. EXPERIENCED waiters wanted for ristaurant; a week and hoard; every other Sunday off, 1219*,£ Woodward. EXPERIENCED toilet goods girl. At references required. See E. C. Klnsol, Michigan and Griswold. EXPERIENCED COOK; references required. Tel Hickory 1712 EXPERIENCED GIRL for confec tionery store. Apply 20 33 E. Jef ferson EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. Apply 1231 Gratiot. EXPERIENCED counter girl. Rose, 1518 Woodward. V I VI ■ EX PE 111 E\ i' lTr *”"c bnmber mal ds at Cluvtoh Hotel, corner High and Clifford GIRL wanted to work In randy store. Call 110! Russell-st. Take finish ear line. GIRL for general housework, t > go to Hickory l-land for summer. 115 East flrnnd-hlvd. Tel. Ridge 5931. GIRL familiar with shorthand and typewriting Ahlberg Rearing Cos., 790 Woodward-ave. Room 1 GIRL for general housework; refer ences 161 Palllster-a ve HOUSEMAID—SmaII farnllv living In apartment. Inquire 188 Van Dyke, ave.. any afternoon or evening. HOPSEKEEPFR wanted at 540 Re wlck-ave Call after 5 o'clock. MAID for general housework; refer ences. Tel. Hickory 1 964. Mr* Pittman. MIDDLE-AGED woman to assist with housework; good home. Apply 43 Hendrle-ave., or phone North 199-R. NT’RSE GIRL to take rare of babv 1 year old. Call between 2 and 8 o'clock. Apt. 1103 Charlevoix, or call Cherry 1080. SECOND MAlD—Small family living In apartment. Inquire 158 Van pvke-ave. any afternoon or even tag WAITRESSES for htgh-clasn summer tourist hotel. Address, giving age and one or two character referen ce*. Address box 120, Petoskey. Mich. WATTRERR—Experienced; good hours and pay. Henry A Hail, corner Third and efferson. WANTED—Maid for general house work; must be good plsln cook; go home nights; good wages lfil Igithrop-ave. North 4449. 33 ANTED - Lady or gent, to sell real estate. Must have own ear. Sec F J. Mallott. 501 Ford bldg. Cad 4403. WANTED—Young girl to assist with light housework; small family; no laundry. 243 Colllngwood. 3V ANTED—Good rook; references re qulred Apply 192 West Canfield WANTED—-Girls for factory work National Rlscult Cos.. 42-56 Wood bridge east. WANTED—At once. experienced waist and skirt finisher. 38 Unl yeralty bldg. WANTED—Stenographer; apply In person, room 503. Woodward bldg WANTED—Strong girl to work In factory. 163 Sfanton TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Owinff to the constantly In creasing number of call*, we require additional operators. Pay while learning. Advance ment rapid. No slack season. Apply Michigan State Telephone Cos. Cor. John R. and Madison. KOH HALE—MEHiDEXCK I'RUPKHYI DICKINSON’S GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Prleea, terms, streets and numbers of over 200 different properties per month. A telephone rail will put you on our mailing list. Cadillac 533, or address Dickinson Real Estate Exchange, 23 Campiu bldg, Detroit, Mich. 104 V A NCOt'V ER-Two-story single; 14,950. Walnut 3804-W 5-ROOM HOUSE,S29B Complete material for building a five-room cottage. $298. Have four profits. Call «07 Ford bldg, or phone Main 3880. FARNSWORTH—Fifth block east of 3Voodward; 11 rooms, all Improve ments. fine condition, $7,200. terms Fine for rooming house or Invest ment. B. F McLain, 108 Park-blvd. Cadillac 7358. ~~*T VVO-E AMILY FLAT Near Twelfth and Myrtle, 6 rooms, hath furn&ee, 35-ft. lot: rents S6IH. Splendid investment at price asked. ALEX WATSON 803 Hammond Bldg 6-FAMILY BRICK INCOME Jj/,366. Located on a fine street, near Wood ward, 6 rooms In each apartment, hardwood floors and finish; fire place, eit-anr heat; 4 garages. Will sell for $24,000 SIO,OOO down This Is a safe Investment. Call for ap pointment. /■ WILL ST. JOHN & CO. Second floor Farwell Bldg. Cherry 3160. BUNGALOW VAN DYKE $5,000 7 rooms, steam heat, hardwood floors and finishing Decorated, all con venoenvfs; near Kercheval; large shade trees, idg bargain; onlv' $2,000 cash, $25 per month. WILL ST. JOHN & CO. 2nd floor, Farwell bldg. Cherry 3149 east Tide barc;ain HELEN AVE. $6,400.00 New brick. 2-story 7 rooms. 3 bed rooms, hardwood floors through out. hardwood finish downstairs, white enamel up, brick fireplace, French doors, built-in refrigerator, full basement, laundry tubs and all modern convenience*. Reinforced concrete perch, elegant location. Owner must sell at once $2,000 • ash and $lO per month or $6,200 spot cash. WILL ST. JOHN & CO. Cherry 3460. 2nd Floor Farwell Bldg Double House Brlrk. elosc to Grand River; 470-ft. lot; side drive You cannot dupli cate this for $1,500 more than price asked. Shown by appointment. MALONEY-CAMPBELL REALTY CO. ,50 1 Free Press Bldg. Member Detroit Real Estate Board. ”CORNER 33 Ith two two-family brick flats and Single house; flats arA brick with three bedrooms in each apartment and all modern; house has seven rooms and modern In all details; rents $2,160 year. A choice Invest ment property as a whole nr will divide; close to boulevard and Woodward. Shown by appointment Maloney-Camp be 1| Realty Cos.. 504 Free Press Bldg, Member Detroit Real Estate Board. FOB HALF—VACANT LOTS $25 TAKES EQUITY Four lot*, each 35x160 ft., for $375, which Is $9! a lot; 46 minutes from city hall out Grand River. Think II : * tats f °r 1375. Terms. Box B. No 38, Times. ROYAL OAK LOTS Have small equity If taken for cash at one*. Rnx S, DAiToIt Time*. Modern Bungalow $595 Complete material for building 5- I'outn modern bungalow, $595. Ship ment same day order received Quick erection. Call 607 Ford bldg or phone Main 3860. Vacant—St. Agnes Parrish 38-ft. flat site I,n Salle North $2,325 00 55-ft. flat or single. Blaine. 12th and 14th 1,525.00 3 4-ft. flat or single, Euclid, 14th and l,a Salle 1,680.00 35-ft flat or single, Euclid, 12th and 14th 1,890.00 35-ft flat r>r single. Plngree, 12th and 14th 1,875.00 Call Cherry 66.9 The Asam Richardson Cos. 410 MOFFAT BLDG. Twelfth, eWst Side Between Virginia and Euclid 20 Ft.—51,840.00 Good for $30.00 per foot advance with'n year. Buv this. Call Cherry 669. 410 Moffat bldg. LOT OWNERS—DoubIe your ordin ary profits hy building an Aladdin Readi-Gut House. Many designs. Quick erection, extremely low costs. Call at once, 607 Ford bldg., or phone Main 3860. STORAGE AND li^RTAOIt ACME Storage mammoth warehouse. Sthrage. moving M. 599. 41 Oilman. CENTRAL STORAGE CO., moving. sacking. fireproof, rate* right. Mo or vans for suburban moving. Phone Cadillac 69. ROEHI. BROS Storage, Cartage and Packing Office. 142 Alfred. Rida- 82$ PARTY MOVING to California can rent part of car. Central Storage Cos., CadHlae 69 TO RE\T—IM A Vo* PIANOS -Best makes, greatest as sortment; year's rent allowed on purchase GRI.NNELL BROS., 245 Wood ward-ave. • SYsiXE«*S OI*I*ORII MIIKX A HILLIARD ROOM, good location. 6 tahl<*. cigar stnnd; easy terms. A good lease, tent right. Georgs Marsh Cos., 20 East Atwater. 1 HAVE TEST SOLD A HOUSE for $1,500 down, leaving me an equity of $2,750. I will sell this equity for $7,»50. It hears 6% interest. Mc- Lain. 10* Park-blvd. Cadillac 7358. REASONABLE A hat cleaning es tablishment doing big business tip town Best location. Box E, No. 44, Time* QUICK PROFITS Build an Algddln House on your lot and make quick and profitable turnover. Act at onee. Gall 607 Ford bldg., or phone Main 3660. GARAGES" If you are In the market for a good paving garage business call at this offic e for pa rt Iciilh r*. Co-Operative Realty Cos. JA.I-TfTg ffrrfden Bldg. Phone* Cadillac 7161-7165. Open evenings 7 to 9 Picture Shows If you are in the market for a pic ture show call at this office for particular*. Co-Operative Realty Cos. >OB-306 Holden Bldg Phone* Cadillac 7164-7166. Open evenings 7 to 9. PKRIOBAL* NOTICE—If any poor girl la In trou ble, needing advice, friendship or help, write or call'on SECRETARY MARGARET DUFFY, faj Fort-at weat. Salvation Army. SORE LEGS Varicose veins, swollen llmha. Inflamed joints, weak ankles, fall en ai< he*, phlebitis, etc., are com fortably and evenly supported hy the Corliss Laced Stocking Lace like u hoot or legging over soft tongue. Contain* no <• la ■ ii c iiori timi st i etch. Washable, • ms 2 comfortable Hnd very EkV 13 durable. Made to measure Best and mjfftSk \ _ cheapest. ENDORSED PWnf \s IIV PHYSICIANS I Jgl \2 Price $1.5(1 each or I Oftalj two for $2 50. Gall I j*flr; B| * and be fitted or send I for free 1)00 klet am! 1 I • self-m 1 a s u r e m c n t blank No 3 If | 7 F * Home V ! J / «? Treatment IJ 3/ * For Leg Sores JI 2; and Ulcers for L kfl ihose who cannot Bpl call personally 871 * All remedies in- / finding two stock Ml jr > Inga and full dt reotions. $5.00, CORLISS BANDAGES for all medical and surgical pur poses. 2 4 In. wide, 5 yd*. lona 15c each. 2 for 25c. 10 for $1.06. Sufferers of so-called Incurable ulcers are particularly Invited. DETROIT CORLISS LIMB SPECIALTY CO., 421 Mark Ave., Cor. Uratlot. phone Ridge MS. Office Hours: 9-6 daily except Bundays. Evening* by appointment. ~ At’TO MOBILES ALADDIN GAItAGB, $46 56. All ma terial complete Paint to match house. Shipment made day order received Call 607 Ford bldg., or phone Main 3860. MONEY TO LOAF CONSTRUCTION LOANS Liberal amounts. J. F. Weber, >O4 Gratiot. WE BUY LAND CONTRACTS. Detroit Land Contract Cos. 812-813 Hammond Bldg. Cad. MU. Liberal Ixxms on Real Estate Money to Loan on Vacant Second mortgage loan* on reality. Will buy equities In vacant lota and Improved property. EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. WILL BU\ equities in vacant lots, improved property or real estate under foreclosure. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. Liberal Loans on Realty. * ==a=^^^riioL«fEßixo IZSSS3BB 6-PIECE PARLOR SUITE, re covered In leather or tapeatry and mnde over like new. sl2 COUCHES Re-up- <T*C AA bolstered in tapes- JjTYlllJ try or leather. *Y W,VW ANY DAVENPORT TO RENT—HOUSES MODERN COTTAGE with garage; references required. Address Wal nut 3716-M. Hannan Rental Agency A free list of house* and flat*. Call In person at the oldest and largest real estate exchange In Michigan. 1 IdrtJRAW BLDG. 89 ACRES, best land within 39 miles of Detroit, one m«le south Pom Grand River-rd.: good buildings and fenres. Terms easy. Inquire of owner. Mary Renwlck, South Lyon, Ml eh Printing—lbr plain neat kind—that la right—Times Job Pent. —Mala 4320. Hl'.l.r WANTED—MALE HELP WANTED—MALM ; REAL ESTATE SALESMEN 1 Investigate this live proposition, it's different. No matter what tub. you are selling, you may dealr* a chan*® or Ms have prospect a for half-acre or acre suburban home site*. We will co-operate with you and pay K ood commission for sales made In PARADISE GARDENS rinse tn and close to car line out (1 rattot; beautiful location. noo4 Mil and roads, splendid selling point sand exceptional values. Free Mtn - service. Gome In and set details. KNOPF & OSBERG 612 SMITH BLDG. Ask for Mr Osberg Cadillao j DR3TMIT9. DENTISTS. I nag DR. ADAMS' DENTISTS Corner MICHIO \N and GRISWOLD Entrance 161 GRISWOLIX Fecund Floor over Kins M's drug store. Take stairs or elevator. Phone Main 633. Look for sign over doorway PR C W. # 'Nt AI ANT^ FOR 8A ME— MISCIXAH—fiM ™ kthkauß furniture, nearly new. gun price Sumner Cos., Typewriter Bargain* "M sl6 to >6O <1 reel from factory; t*#*# tej ms UNDERWOOD. aOYAUCQKfI Ro.NA. Eta. Renting $1 50 est stock in city. O a TTrScSH WRITER UO. Cad I like MIL f-'l Campus Msrtius, neat Detrail flgkV era house. '•!* SODA FOUNTAIN. bUltara. M* MfliK tsides, new and serond-hand- QOt* Marsh Cos., 20 E'. Atwater. K IWjffl HOG Md- Furniture tor roc mg Nlpl pl« te, $1 week Sumner, Mick. ANB SODA FOUNTAINS If STORE FIXTUREB M We manufacture and sell the BBHg j and line of soda foua«t£| tains, hack bkrs. counters. Blew* g cases and store and nfflre fliturtC J of all kinds at the Lo33'EflT prlcek. ' Quality and price* our success. B*4l Jl our line and get our figures befog#39 huvlng. Call Cad. 1733 for *•)#•• '.3 man DETROIT STORK FIXTUIUI * CO., 16-30 Uatherine. near Gratiot* '3 STERLING PIANO only »28>, $350; rich weathered oak. thor* i ouahly modern, rented short tlma* 'J perfect condition. Rare valttO*' . Isy terms. GEINNKLL BROfk* ' 245 Woodward. STEIN WA Y~ PIANO for ’ SB7 \ carYff 'S legs, overstrung scale, ebony, iwml tone, good condition. Fine fit 1 sum in* r home. Hinall pay meat** -j GIUNNKLL BROS. Branch, I? Mo#« * roe. .-1 lioM MANDOLIN BARGAIN—I3 at rings, IT* ro«e W i>„(| ribs, American con aery#* :4 to* y, was $29 new In fine condU .s tlon and goes for $6 this week* Sensational b&rxaln. Come qulekly. ’2 GRI.NNKLL BROS.’ Branch, if 3 Monroe. LING S LATEST LIST lij OF UPRIGHT PIANO BARGATM*.^! 33>ston, full slae ~$ I Kj Clouah & 3Varren. full slaa..». I Harrington, black case 9 Regal, sweet tone 1 j| Boaidmfin A Gray, rc fin I shed 1 ■« Clough A Warren, a bargain. 1 ! C Hamilton, sweet tone I Q Bachman, returned rents* It# v* Krsnlch A Bach, in good con dltion 7 ljjl] Milton, swaet tone 171 ; Newby A Evans, fine ton* >M '* flch'ller-Bachman. cannot be .m told from new 111*!! Smith A Nixon, full 51ae...... Ilf Crown, concert used >4# > Schiller-Bach man. looks Ilk* —ili schtiTer.' fine !!!!!!!!.*!!!! Regal, fair lUV: Newby A Evans, cannot be told from new tig .. Newby a Evane, entirely refln l*hed Miff Hurts Bros., used less then lit months, poor lid Krakauer, largest end finest • style STS Krakauer, Just like new, m#- hogany ~ Iff ' Newby A Evans, In fine condi tion tM Newby A Evans, very old, good tone Newby A Evans Player Plane. D bargain ffgtj famoua make Iff Those with names omitted nr* lead ing makes sold by our friends M the business. Easy terms of rental or sal*. UNO PIANO HOUSE 58 Years In Business. 78 Library-eve. Corner Grand Rlver-av*. East. (Over Macauley's Book fttore) ALADDIN READI-GUT HDM*#—' Have four profits by building SM ■ of these houses. Call M 7 Ford . bldg, or phone Main 3880 for fell < Information and prices. TV A NTED TO BI Y—MIHCELLAIf <osl CASH for old false teeth, gold broken Jewelry, diamond*, watch*#, etc., full value paid. Liberty Hm Cos., >7 Woodw'd. 4th floor. eleyAteff l .« TV AX TKD—FT. ATS WANTED TO RENT—On* or tw# fiats or house, between Adems-sva* east. Jefferson, Illinois and ItlYkfMb Cadillac 6129-R. TO HE.VI —-ROOM*. ' HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor. Lnrned and Bates—only e bloSll from Woodward and Jeffereon-#ys# and only half a block from tb* new Interurban waiting room. Bxtf# fine rooms at 76c, $1 and sl.(g peg day. _ FOR. SAI.K—RESORTS FOR PALE AT LAKE ORION—TeRkT story boarding house, SI room# steam heetubarn, woodahed, chlolU en park, outside cellar, large gar den. Also hlgh-claas fastest mot#V boat on lake. Dr. C. A. DeCeu. ISSR box 395, Pontiac, Mlc# WANTED—-TO KtCRANOIa WE EXCHANGE your old furniture for new or give you cash. Main 2004. 163 Mlchigan-ave. TO EXCHANGE—HK4I. MTAT# ’ LAND CONTRACTS BOUGHT LIBERAL LOANS ON REAL ESTATI. MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOT# MONEY TO LOAN ON REALTT EQUITIES REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE* A SPECIALTY EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. PAINLESS EXTRACTION. REGISTERED AND GRADUATE DENTISTS, ESTAB- LISHED 16 YEARS. FREE EXAMINATION. WRITTEN GUARANTEE 27 DENTAL CHAIRS PAGE 9 Palnle** Extraction Guar unterd. By use of Gas or Vitalized Air. Also by a# npnllcatlon to gums. Out -of - town Patients should write for appoint ment and have work done same day they come. Come in soon! Today If vou wish —for FBKK examination ,ind r«limate. Credit —we will accept part doen. balance In pay. rnenta while work Is belßs| done. . Office Hour*—Daily front 8 a. m to 9 p. m. Sundeyn and holidays. 9 a. m. In # p m I-ady attendant# ## all time*.