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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1916.
NAON HOPES WAR CAN BE STAVED OFF Declares Pan Ameri canism Forbids U. S.- Mexico Conflict CONTINENT IS CONCERNED War On This Hemi sphere Should Be In conceivable NEW YORK. Juno 29. -Hope for a poaroful settlement of iho con troversy between the I'nited States and Mexico In the interest* of Pan- Amerioamsm was expreaned Weilnea day by F>r. Homulo S. Naon, Argen tine ambassador to Washington In a statement to the I'nited Press the ambassador said he had not made any formal offers of medi ation on behalf of his government, but expressed the belief- that war will yet be averted Hla statement follows: "I have made no offer but ft is unnecessary to sav that the Argen tine government is always disposed to work for the peace of America. "Pan Americanism, which Is vital for all the countries of the conti nent. whether great or small, strong or weak, makes war between two American nations utterly inconceiva ble 1 am. In candor, confident that the present crisis will be peacefully settled. We must make evident that no matter bow great the dis ferences between two American gov ernments, the continental Interests of union and roncmd are supreme and Inconsistent with recourse to violence nH * means of settling In ternational disputes In America. “The Argentine people and gov rnment are following this conflict with the deepest concern and. not withstanding the acuteness of the crisis, trust that the inspiration of a sound far sighed political sense will prevail in these hours so full of peril for the destinies of the con tinen' " DRILLS DRAW BIMROWD Many Flock to Navin Field to :>cv‘'hnif(Htg of St. John in Fancy Maneuvers Business is cupud the minds of the delegates to the Knigots of Si John and toadies' auxiliary con veil tions, Wednesday morning Both sections went into executive session and started upon the work of re viewing tlie past year's work and taking up new business. The an nual election of officers probably will be heid Thursday. Tuesday was a day crowded with events for the vlMtor>. The prize drills at Navin held, held in the afternoop, following the business meeting, drew mail) every delegate and visitor to tl»e Dctioit ball grounds and more iban ’»,ooo people crowded the stands to wittier-a the • xhibitiou. In the men’s organization the hon • its for fancy drilling wcqi to tlv Syracuse contingent, who took flrsi, second and third prizes. The honors in the Ladles* auxiliary drills were lYoti by Rochester. N Y., which took first prize; Columbus, (>.. second, and Washington, 1). 0., a colored branch, third Following the drills the loMiy of the Hotel lloffmiin. lieadnuurters for the Ryiacuse delegation, va a scene of wild enthusiasm a> the New Yorkers celebrated their victory. The convention clones Thursday. A giand military lull will he held In the Hotel Pontchartrain ball room Wednesday h* which every delegate slid visitor Is expected to he in attendance. VF.SftKL PAIA Uir.X XI Detroit DETROIT. .run* -’8 Dp: Tug n«. hr>ri r hnrir"". 9 *o p in . \V K. Fit?* Kithl'l, 10 1", Wnrnei Thompson, fe •(», || W Hmltb. 11 50. Cornelius, Verona. 12 30. M<Clregor, barge*. 12 t" i’ha> Hutchinson, I>. It. Min i*. 1 S'* Cort. Xaml a. 3; Morrow, I i»<t, Norton. 4 . Belgium, 4 Ml. Ogle av. Tyrone ♦ sm; -tilfel. f> 2° Ax* e<- 5 \r«'turos, Alpena, A l". Hr* Clnn»\. Crank lv «vry. Frontons-', *ha 11 anoim a T'-wnseml. A 30. Hlr uk v 40. XV. I.- King, *6O, J. P. lets.-. H. II» 1 ■ I.UXon. 8 40. frown: Mullen. Dickson. 8; I’ren -1,,. i, H rk'«. < oiin ll England, I" a. n ; Oslo.me. 10 i" Mi-Monicall. fsr. Ing ton, 11 .10. Wolvln. vditstlc, 12. 1,1 rs, 2 40; .Nnklns. (, Huron. .130; 'niviin, A 30, t’entUflotl, • JO. VsniS. 3't Booth. 5 4'»; im * I White, A 15; Vnvork, 4 3o; t'slelte. 8 30. (Tret", :Jo. Wider er. 9 4« Xt The Son ft \IT.T ;~'TK MAH!!*, Mich. .tune t li. \tltabas< a. (ilenflnnsn. S Set night . t’tirlK. " l*L Saunders. 11. UtwiHid 1 3o a in.; Roberts, Jr., 3; larvaid, A Empire city. 7. Nessen. 3<». K« a. William Llv* na "tone, 9. i -mall > Miller, 830 f +rTWn . Arasi. Dinkey. ;2o last nlaht. Uairets'.n. 8 Iro mots, 8 40. ftobtll Wallace, 9. Mal oti F. >l Osborne, 9 30. Edinhurn. tewsrt. I«. Glen Lyon. 11 30. Cals -4m Ism. William Rogers. 2 30. lenmsrk, Faunders. -Tr., 3, Newhotd. aigonda. 4. Hovton. 5; Charlotte Irentung 5 30. DSas Warner. Peter aUs 7.30. Kmpsrnr. Northern ’aye', §; Norway. Pentlrost. Mitchell, Th'-s Barßim. H*; itesqtia • te. Harvester. 11; Bwbmr Krupp. mm. S' •V v . KOCH HEADY FOR ANNUAL TAX RUSH Collection Begins Sat urday in Treasurer’s Office 20 EXTRA CLERKS ARE ENGAGED Every Effort Will Be Made to Prevent Congestion On Snturdav, City Treasurer Max (*. Koch will begin the annual col lection of taxes. He haa made am ple preparations to fake care of the dally crowds ihut will storm the col lection windows uuring the month of July. One hunlred and forty-fix thousand blank tax receipts have been ordered. 20,000 more than were used last year. Twenty •xtra clerks have been employed, and extra me chanical change makers that coat the city $ I )v0 apiece) have been in stalled. There will b« collection windows for each ward, with the number of Hie want appearing over the win down The city treat urer and a staff of officers will handb the crowds in the corridors, directing and giving any desired Information. "I expect to see a lot of smiling faces this July," said the tity treas urer Wednesday morning. "The big reduction in the tax rate n.irlit to please a big uiaiorlty of the taxpay ers Those livirg In the older resi dential districts will find their pay ments materially reduced this year The man that grumbled when he paid fifth last vear. ought to *mde when he finds he has tc pay only s7o or thereabouts this year. The tnv re duction will make It easier for my rbrks. because there will he lea kicking than in previous years." The office of ine city treasurer will be open week days from 8 a m to !1:30 p m (Tty Treasurer Koch advises taxpavers to come on Sat urday afterm ons and on rainy days, If possible, as the crowds arc a) ways f-nialler on these days. Th** t.-ix rate Is |!S.*>2 per $1,900 Marriage Licenses. Stephen ChnmpsnF 31. Grnrse pi-lntr Farms Marv Kr-'isler, »ame Frank I* Graham. 28 Marjorie Frank 33' Schwarts. 32. Cecelia M Todenhler 13 Philip H Ib.blnson. 28 liasel G 1 Sutherland, 27 Theodore Potter, :8 Edith Htem- Inger, 2». Jo.eph Hunt. 5". Mice M Dowell, George 33. Houston. 21: f'rmn M Martin. !*> Harvey 3’enlcr. 19; Ells 33 illlam son. 18 Barnard J Friedmann. 7’. Detroit: Lucille 3V Koger. 84. Augusta. Me. John Zcj• ka, 21 3nna Carnlk. J 9. Joseph Czalkowskl. 21. Helen Chl mlelewska 18. 33 illlam It 33 "fiver, 23. Ruth Rer t ram. 19 _ Samuel B 33"cst. 27, Alice G. De laney, 22. E Victor Carlson, 49, Detroit; Alice J. Roberts. 47 33 illlam A O’Dwyer, 38. Nettle Caldwell. 3<> Henderson R Brandon. 35; Julia Jeff re«s 34 33'|ilium S Stevenson. 29. Durand, Ora Holmes, 28. Detroit. \3«lter Jorgensen, 24. Frelda 33‘aechter, 2*> lls\ Ifunson. 29. *»eor*>» la>vett, 32. 3|lllard Young. 31. Anna Stevens. 27 to«eph P Gibbs, <5, Toledo. i|»r triple Martin. 31, same DavUl I,e« .■ e, ::9. I'etrolt; f-en* Mil der. 27, New 3‘ork George E Bowen, 27, Irene M Burnarrl \'annerson. 24; Mary Sher man. 22 Edwin Bosch. 25. Detrcdt; Irene Piddler, 20. Rochester N Y. Emil Shhalbl, 45. Mary C. Nadeau. 88. Charles Mlll-r, 23. Caroline Green. 20 Frank Socawa. 21. Rarbttra Mu rauska. 19 \dain h*. black. 24 Margaret Berg, 27. toweph M Tkidge 26. Detroit; Julia .1 Jeffers. 24. Charlotte Alfred J. Medon, 24, Toledo, Edith M Flei k, 22. same Charles 33 Hills. 24. Northvllle; Lillian Maudham, 21. Milford Carl 33’. Hess, 27. Lillian Zendcr. 23 33’alter Buhrer, 29; Johanna Helnff, 13 33’llliam Beiilelspacher. 26; Julia De.ka, 21 John Narhut 4b. Wyandotte; re tain in Malsurka, 38, same. Thomas I’rhan, 25. Mary Stroueh alouna, 19. 3Vllllam Feldmann, 24; Rertha gtnbhe. 2-6 Frank R Hollister, 33. Effle Neills. 27 I’eler A Gardner. 24; Eva Fielding. 23 Edward G Mertx, 23. Luida Der shulskl. 27 I<eslle A Brown. 45. Stirling. III.; Mxrfle Norton. 27. Detroit Clarence R 33*orlh, 27. Detroit; Xfelllssn H Coblv 25. Arbor Anthony Rusxta, 25, Josephine Die, 19 James 17 Nicholson. 28 Charlotte (' t’llss, 25 I'iank .1 33'atts, 48; Florence N. Edwakrla. 28. RoheXt Ginshurg, 29. Gertrude Golflnjjrn. 20. I’lYsses A. Clos, J3; Irene C. 7.lnk. ffff lohn E. Slmpaon. 80, Emma Brandt. 22. Ralph T Gorman, 22; Gertrude Bauer. 20. Russell 3Yhite, 18, Bertha Shipp*. 18 l.vnn lx* we, 28, Bertha DeWolfe. 18 Alva V Rope* 23; Elizabeth I«en en«elser. 21. Moses Molsseev. 26: Mlllman, 23. I’rnest P, O’Connor, 27: Mary I* Kaiser. 19 James W. flolmea. 31; Jeanette Ma> 3V|lllatna. 28. Harvey i\ l.vnn, 50, Detroit: Sarah E. smltlu AflL Kenton, n Henrv Arthur Carroll 27 Emma Rosteck. I§. lohn Potreuski. 22; Elisabeth Wte bnoska. 28. Henry K Gofford. 4*. Brooklyn; Id* E T'lherg. 38, Chicago Joseph Mnlvßt. 24; Wau< h* R*d osvlex leh, 11. George Latlot, 21; Dorothy Dov ruhus. 78. Daniel Hullng, SI. . Cleveland. Theresa M Vurtn*r. ft Detroit. Deserted, Broken-Hearted Baby Girls Make Pitiful Plea Through Newspapers tot Mother’s Return "Marntps plesae come home. Flor ence and Arllne Nettleton, 104 Tenth-street., Detroit, Mich." 'The utter loneliness that la rend ing the hearts of two baby girls la merely hinted In the two lines of cold type In newspaper "personal." telling a brief but sad story of a mother gone, and a home forlorn. More eloquent, by far. Is the meg 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 Arllne, 6. Mrs. Mollle Nettleton, 26-year-old 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 STEAIJRUCK Get Away With $5,000 Worth of Tobacco Consigned to Chas. Gauss Thieves ma le away with merchan dise valued at $5,000 suoftly after 10 o’clock. Wednesday morning, in front of the wholesale tobacco hous • of ('has. (lauss, at Second ami (Irand River-aves. An ancient scheme was used. A mart in working clothes stepped to the curb as John MtLennan, driv er for ihe Michigar Cartage Cos., drove up to the place. The fellow said he was an employe of the firm and offered to watch ihe team while the driver delivered ilie* oilla to the office. As McLennan stepped Inside the fellow mounted the wagon and drove the lean: away. Detectives Cotter and Snook were sent from headquarters and after a search of the vicinity found the team and part of the merchandise standing at Fifth and Plum sta. The stolen merchandlre. which was as signed to lie delivered to (iauss, con sisted rs several cases of cigarettes and tobacco. Wednesday morning’s "♦cb” Is the third to he pulled off within two years on the Gauss Arm. On the other occasions i*ollce have l>een called on to Investigate robberies where similar means were used. The valut of the goods taken before was place at $2,990. I Produce DETROIT, June 28.—Handlers of /rehh fruit* aiul vegetables report an active trade with few price change*. Receipts of berries were fairly lib eral ir, all lines and th»- demand was sufficient to prevent any aceumuxa* tlon Fresh vegetables of all kinds wore in ample supply and were mov ing out freelv The butter market Is easy at the last decline Egg pro duction is falling off. and s* storage i.tivers are fur from satisfied, the de mand Is better than the supply. Dress'd i.lives are steady and firm, snd poultry is steady with an easy tone. X pples Ren Davis. $2 Miff 3; Bald wins, |3 60ft4; Steels Red. $ 1 '<l 5 hhl ; Russets, $3813.50 hhl.; new apples. $1 2&fi 150 per hamper Btninai —Good shipping stock, $1 2544 2 per hunch. Beast—Priwl lamas. lb Kerries Strawberries. 24-qt. ease*. s2'" 2 28; 16-qt. cases, $1 iff 1.25. Idnckherrles, $4 25 hu.; huckleberries, 24-qts., $3 75'f|4: gooseberries. 24-qt, $2 50; black raspberries. 24-qts. s*'l9 4.50 red rnspberries, 24-Jts., slff 425 (Xillfornl.i |erMlta--Cherries, $2.25; aprleo**, 92 50 per box; plums, $2.60; peaches. $1 75 per box. I’sullloner Bl.6off-1.76 per box. 4 nhhnge New. C2.60ft2.i6 crate l heese Michigan II s. 14V*ffl8c; New )’ork 18c. Swiss. 27ft 30e; Im ported Swiss, 38ft 41c; llinburger. pew. 2-|b . lf»*«c. 1-lb., 16c; brick cream, 15 »,<•; long horns. 18c, daisies, 15ft IKV4c per lb t berries Sour. sl9oft2 per 24-qt. case llresaeil Calves -Fancy, 16fil6Vxc; common, 12<fl3e lb. Fresh Xegetahlea Green peppm a. s.’4o crate. 40c basket; radishes, 26c dor..; beets. 461/70c dor.; let es, 25e dez : beets, 65ft 70c do*.; l*t» tuce, -00c ft $ 1 hu.; parsley, 20ft 25c do*; cucumbers, he th m - e 3SBf76c dor ; hothouse tomatoes 15ft 18c lb.: carrots, 20'<r 26<’ per dozen. head lettuce. Iceberg, $1 25711.60 per hu.; wax bean*, $2.25, green bean*. $2 per hamper. Florida tomatoes, $3 ft 326 ease; asparagus, sections. $ I 25 ft 1.50 bdXT green peas $2377 26 bu.; watercress. 26ff80c per crate; green onions. i7ftlß< per do*.; green corn, $4 754/5 per bbl. Haney Fancy white, new. J6ftl7c; amber. lOftllo lb.; extracted. 7®Bc per lb. Hay—Detroit shippers ar* paying the following prices for baled nay In car lota f. o. b.. Detroit: No. 1 tim othy. s2l 50ft 22; standard Mmothr. 120.60 9 21: iTgtit mixed. $20.60 0 87; [o 2 timothy. slßfflt; No. 1 mixed, 815 60ft 18. No. 2 mixed. 111018. N,. I clover, 3181M4; rye straw 17.6008; wheat and oat atraw, 18 6007 par ton. Lemons—sßfts.6‘ per ho.. I.lmra—sl 10ft 1 36 per 100. Melons— Rockyfords standards |8 ft S 25 crate; ponies, $2.2502 50 crate; watermelons. 50ft7»c esch. Mnshrooma loftsor lh Oranges -\’al'-n' iss. $4 04 75 box. Valencias. $3 60ft4 per box. Onlona- Texas Rermudas. yellow, $2 1502 26' white, $2.25 crate; south ern. $3 7504 per hundred round*. Pineapples—l2.76ft 3 per crate; ft 25 ftl 75 d<»*.: Florida*. SBO4 oaso Potatoes- -New Southern. $4 250 4 .35 hhl.: sl7sft 2 bu Ponltry —Broilers. 25ft27e. medium hens. 170 17tyc; slags. 12013 c; geeae. 11012 c: fttiek •. 19ft ?0e lh. JOBBIBU PRICW6- ( aaien lisas- —Apples. 12.60 ft 350 tat.; baked beans 1-lb., 60080 c; Ima beans, 1101.26. Corn: Fancy Maine, $1.16; standard. 8. Table beeta. 81 2601.40 Feaa; Fancy early June, 11 80. atanCarftn, fl. Salmon, tall. flat, pings. I9<* Tomato**, (1 15 Marrowfat peas, $1; early June |L6O; Sifted early Juna, 11.40 per do*. Feed—Jobbing price* In H-bhL sacks: Bran. 824. atandard middlings, $26; fln* mJddilngs, 130: cracked corn. 133. .orn and oai chop, 12* ton. rtoaae- Jobbing price*. Most HUM* sal patent, 86. M; second patent, $8 70; Straight. I8 60; pure rye. |8; spring patent |8 go per hhl. In paper aarka. Detroit Dll—Raw linseed oil, 89e: boiled Jlnaeed. 70r gal. In barrel lota. Kerosene In iron sarrela: Diamond headlight. s.Bc; perfection »t>c; pal aelne. 10.9 c; rod crown gaaollse, l*e per gal. _ ITsidwar* Walls. 044 ket case: annealed wira. $I.»o par bundTs; gal vnntaed bar bad irlra. 8-polnt. $8 12 When her husband came home that night she was not to be found. She had taken what money there was In the house and some clothing hut left no message for her husband. He searched the neighborhood, then spent two days in hospitals, samariums and went to the morgue, hut his quest was in vain. Mrs. Net tleton’a mother, who lives but a short distance from the Nettleton home was grief stricken, and hard ly aide to care for the children. "I can't imagine where she’s gone," the husband said to a Times repre sentative. ‘’She never went awgy before like that, and we’ve been mat ried 11 years. I think that perhaps a severe illness that she had this rear, typhoid fever and other ail ments. has affected her mind and she has wandered off.” per spool: galvanised sheets, 24- g'ltige, $4 80; 27-gauge, $5 10. 31- gauge, 18.85; 30-gauge. 86.65 perewt.: Buhl bronsed a\e*. single handled, $9.50; double, 812.50 per dos.: bla k sheet metal. 21 and 24-gauge. $8.25, 28-gauge, fS.3O; 27-gauge, $3 88. 28- gauge, $3.40 per cwt. Carriage bolts, small. 50c 10 and & off; large, 40 and 6 off; machine bolt* amall 60, 10 and 10 off; large 40c 10 and 6 off Hat. Hides--No 1 cured hide*. 18 He; No. 1 green hides. 16c; No. 1 cured bul'.?, l3c; No. l green bulls, 10c; No. 1 cured veal kip. 20c, No. 1 green veal kip. 18c; ..o. 1 cu» vd murrain. 19c; No. l green murrain. 18c. No. 1 cured calf. 2Sc; No. 1 greex calf, 25c; No. 1 horse hides, |6; No. 2 'jorse hides, 86; No 1 tallow-, 8c; No. 2 tallow, Tc; No. 2 hides, lo off; No. 2 kip and calf. 1 '£c off; sheepskin f a * to amount of wool). SOetifLSO. n£[jpLES ONE CENT A WORD Cash with order; If charged. Tc a line. No transient anvertlsing Inserted for less than ISc with cash; »f changed, 18c p**r Insertion. The above rates spply to all classi fication* except Births. Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, Meeting Notices, etc. Births. Deaths. Cards of Thanks and Meeting Notices Minimum charge, 35c for 25 words or less. Each additional w< rd. 1 1-3 c. Mortuary. 1 C XRTWHHiHT—.Tune 27. at ta« Junta, Col.. Dlise Hutchinson, wife of Wil liam It Cartwright, of I>i Junta, daughter of Mrs. Lucy R. Hutch i lijson and sister of Henry V. »nd Frank R Hutchinson, of Detroit, and John <\ Hutchinson, of Los Angeles, Cal. (Ut RVIIJ.i: June 1918. at resi dence. 1 893 JefTerson-a ve. east. Elisabeth, daughter of Catherine Cotirvlllc. Funeral Thursday, -tune 29 at lo a. trt. Burial private. I'lense omit flowers. DXVIS June 2fi, 1918, at residence, 54 Alger-ave Robert J., aged 59 ' years, beloved husband of Mrirv Ann. dear father of Mrs. William Schnekenhurger. David H. and Rd . gar S Davis, Mr*. Leslie Lobdell •"-•nd Clifford J Davis, and dear brother of Edgar and H. A Davis Funeral from residence Thursday, June jo. at 2:50 p. m Interment Woodlawn. DOVVEI.I.V- June 28. 1916. Agnes, aged 26 years Funeral services Thursday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock fr<»m l lie residence. 83 Elmwond ave. Interment in Roseland Pork l>o\% \ I-; V— John J, at residence 263 M< Mlllan-ave., beloved husband of I Mr. r.v K, dear father of John. Ger ald, Mabel, Flor* nee. Henry and J< soph Downey, Mrs. E. Steele and Mis (' Felke and dear brother of Jeremtnh, Maurice. Frances, Mrs Charles Otto anti Mrs. J A Flelsch ans Funeral front residence on Thursday at 8:46 and Holy Re deemer church at 9. FR•»K I X I-’, Margaret, aged 74, June ’7, D'lfi, beloved wife of George T. Krsklne and mother of George \ Erskine, Mrs William W Fiero and Mrs Agnes Kessler Funeral ' Thursday at .3 p. m. from son’s I residence. Maxwell stop Royal Oak Take Pontiac car Burial at I Evergreen . I XMU June 27, Man ella TANARUS., aged 5 vears, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jacob .1 Lamb Funeral from I residence, 105 Colllngwood-ave , on Thursday June 29. at 2:30 p. m. Interment Woodlawn M XhKK -June 27, 1916, Alexander E., beloved son of Margaret and the j lnte William W, Magee. Funeral Thursdav at 2 p m. from residence, t DU* I.othrop-ave, Burial private, PF/rTIRONE—June 27. 1914. Fill.-, aged 63 years, beloved wife of Levi T Peftlhone. nmlher of Edward F William J.. Floyd. Seth and Gzellg Pettlbone, Mrs. TVRa CorwMn, at her residence Thursday, 2 pm. Burial at Grand Lawn cemetery Laßelle funeral car. "Try Bemb Floral Sarvic*." | “Flowers for Everybody” ; The L. Bemh Floral Company. Albert Fochelon. Main 2003. 163 Bates-at. HELP WANTED—MADE A GENTLEMAN of good habits who wants to learn a good paying husi neee with splendid opportunities for advancement. One who is will ing to work for the pay he gets. Apply at Information Desk. 218 Farwell bldg , front 8 to 12 a m. BARRER wanted. No Hunday work; steady. 812 Canfield east. BARBER wanted, fl 4 and half over 119. August 1,1 eg. 470 Chene-at. BARRER wanted; must he first-class; sls, half over s2l. 134 Gratiot. BARBERS for all parts of the city. Room 6. 242 Grlawold-at. RA UMKlt—Steady Job good wagea. Itrto Dubois, corner Forest. BOVS for wrapping soap: must have working papers. Apply 125 Hen dricks. BOV wanted for office position Ap ply 50 Tenth-at. BRIGHT ROY for advertising and shipping department, chance for advancement Detroit White I<ead Works, 560 Milwaukee east BRIGHT. CLEAN-CI T ROV for work In flower store, must have good references s2l Woodward. CANVASSERS A-1 proposition. Tay nightly. Investigate. Apply 41.8 Lightner bldg . 54 loifayette west. < v nrrvTrr ~ w \ntfi rwr 16 foreman, southeast corner Taylor and Wtlron-ave. p. L Colwell. Main 3761 GOop MEAT Ct'TTEft to take care of meat counter. loivlgne, 377 f*t. Antoine ♦KK»b TINNER and furnace man at Harea Furnace Houee. 300 Wood ward. DETROIT TIMES HKl.l* X% ANTED—MALE CARPENTERS wanted; only good nmn, 56c per hour. Apply after 6 to A E. Knapp. 750 Michigan ave. GRADING and clearing contractors To clear up h 60-acre aubdlvlsion. 616 Moffat bldg GRINDER and lathe hands wanted. Apply Kelik Bros., 640 Twenty fourth-at. ELECTRICIAN, first-class kn>»t> and lube man; good wagea. 34S Me* Kinstry-ave. Apply 6 to 8 p. m. only. PHARMACIST Registered young nuin of experience. 2409 Kamil* ton-blvd. W. J. Rodgers. WANTED- Young man. 17 or 18. for general office work RMnhold Manufacturing Cos., 139 Beauhien WANTED A flrat-olaaa furnishing goods snlesman. Apply !»ul# Sin on, Elks' Temple bldg WANTED Experienced shipping clerk salary 816; steady Job. 1250 Woodward. WANTED Experienced plumher* and helpers I*. Sherman, 770 Hast- Inga-at. W V.\TED Young man for bus work In r-staurant. Rose, 1818 Wood ward. WA NT ED— Experienced ni«n for re pulling and pressing. 980 Green wood. WANTED - Dleinskers Apply Ford Motor Cos., Ford, Ont, WANTED I Irat-clas* grinder hand. Modern Pattern A Machine Cos. HEI.P XX XNTED—v K 'HI I WANTED HELP for general house work to come in for part day. Must love children. Hemlock 4365-M. WANTED -Girl for light housework’: go home nights; references. Call 877 Ti umbulT-avr. GOOD strong girl for general house work 46 Beech, between Second and Third ACTIVE WoMAN to work for hus bands room and hoard, wages. 730 Cass. BINDERY GIRLS, stitchers, folder, f■•eder and talde girls Stoll Print ing House. 3843 East Grand-hlvd. COLORED MAID about 20. neat ap pearame, for doctor’s office; ref erences required. Cniverslty bldg., •uite 57, 11 East Grand River. COJ/tREP WOMAN, middle age. gen eral housekeeper. Cadillac 6129-U. P'TNTAL OFFICE GIR7, experienced Apply I’topia Dentists, 98 Michi gan DIX'IXGROtJM GIRL and chamber maids for small institution; good wages room and board. Grace Hos pital Branch. 277 West Grand-hlvd. ENERGETIC WOMAN to call on property owners; one who has had some real estate experience pre ferred, good salary and rapid ad vancement. pleasant work and per manent position. 804 Penobscot bldg. EXPERIENCED OPERATORS on ls db «’ skirts Detroit Skirt & Dress Cn,, 63 Elizabeth. EXPERIENCED GIRL for general housework small apartment. 3 in f unity. 21 Glynn-ct., Hemlock iB9l-J. EXPERIENCED waiters wanted for i < sT.iurant; $9 a week snd board; every other Sunday off. 1219*4 Woodward EXPERIENCED toilet goods *xirl. A1 references required. See E. C. Klnsel, Michigan and Griswold. EXPERIENCED COOK; references required. Tel. Hickory 1 742. EXPERIENCED GIRL for confec tionery store. Apply 2033 E. Jef ferson EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. Apply 1231 Gratiot. EXPERIENCED counter girl. Rose, 1518 Woodward. FIVE EXPERIENCED chambermaids at j'layton Hotel, corner High and Clifford. GIRL wanted to work In candy store. Call 1104 Russelßat Take Rrush ear line. GERT, for general housework, to go to Hlekory Island for summer <45 Fast Grand-hlvd Tel. Hldge 6931. GIRT, familiar with shorthand and typewritlnq. Ahlberg Bearing Cos, 790 WooJwari*sy> Room i GIRT, for general housework; refer ences 161 Palllster-a ve HOCFEMAIP—SmaII family living in apartment Inquire 158 Van Dyke ave., any afternoon or evening HOI’KEK EFPKR wanted at 540 Re wlrk-ave. Call after 5 o’clock MAID for general housework; refer ences Tel. Hickory 1944. Mrs Pittman MIDDLE-AGED w-nman to assist with housework; good home. Apply 43 Hendrle-ave., or phone North 199-R. NDRSE GIRL to take rare of baby 1 year old. Call between 2 and 8 o’clock Apt 1103 Charlevoix, or rail Cherry 1080. SECOND MAlD—Small famllv living Ir. apartment. Inquire ir,B Van Dvke-ave any afternoon or even- Rng. WAITRESSES for high-class' summer tourist hotel Address, giving age and one or two character referen ces. Address bo* 120. Tetoakey Mich. 5V AlTßESS—Experienced: good hours and pay Henry * Hall, corner Third and efferson. WANTED—Maid for general house work; must he good plain cook; go home nights: good wages. 1111 Lothrop-sve. North 4448. 58 ANTED—lady or gent, to sell real estate. Must have own car See F 3. Mallott, 891 Ford bldg. Cad 4408. WANTED—Young girl to assist with light housework; small famllv; no laundry, 243 Colllngwood. WANTED—flood cook: referent'es re qtllred Apply 192 West C* n fle!d 35 ANTED—flirts for factory work National Rlseuit Cos., 42-68 Wood bridge east. 33 ANTED At ones, experienced walat and skirt finisher. 38 Di versity bldg WANTED- Stenographer; apply In P # raon room 503. Woodward hldg WANTED—Strong girl to work In factory. 141 Stanton. 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. FOR SALE—MfciSiOfc. «TK PROPERTY DICKINSON’S GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Prleea. terms, street* and number* of over 200 different properties p*r month. A telephone raf! will put vou on our mailing list Cadillac 333. or address Dickinson Real Estate Exchange. 33 Cainpau bldg., Detroit. Mich. 104 VANCOUVER— Two -story Single; $4,950 Walnut 3104-W 5-ROOM HOUSE? $298 Complete material for building a rtvc-room rot (age, $283. Have four prnllts. Call $0? Ford bldg., or phone Main 3800 FA ItNSWORTH—Fifth block east ot Woodward, 11 tooms, nil Improve ments, fine condition. |7.2')0, terms Fine for rooming house or Invest ment B F. McLain, 108 I'ark-blvd. Cadillac 7358. TWO-FAMILY FLAT Near Twelfth and Myrtle 6 rooms, both, furnace, 35-ft. lot; rents s'>'B. Splendid Investment at price asked. ALEX WATSON 803 Hammond Bldg 6-FAMILY BRICK INCOME, $3,366. Roosted on a fine street, near Wood ward, f> rooms In each apartment, hard won<] (lours and Hatch. fl re place . steam heat: l garages. Will sell for s26.Duo $10,00(1 down Thi ls a safe investment. Call for ap pointment. WILL ST. JOHN & CO. Second floor Farwell Bldg. Cherry 3460. BUNGALOW VAN DYKE $5,000 7 rooms, steam heat, hardwood floor* and finishing Perorated, all con veniencea. near Kerrheval. shade trees, lug bargain, onlv $.’,000 cash; s.’.'> t«er month. WILL ST. JOHN & CO. 2nd floor, Farwell bldg. Cherry 3160 EAST SIDE BARGAIN HELEN AVE. $6,400.00 New brick, 3-story, 7 rooms, 3 bed rooms, hardwood floors through out. hardwood finish downstairs, white enamel up, brick fireplace, Frem h doors. Imilt-in refrigerator, full basement, laundry tubs and all modern conveniences Reinforced concrete porch, elegant location. Owner must sell at once $2,000 cash and $lO per month or $6,200 spot cash WILL ST. JOHN & CO. Cherry 3460. 2nd Flour Farwell Bldg Double House Brick, close to Grand River 60-ft. lot, side drive You cannot dupli cate this for s!.stio more than price asked. Shown by appointment MALONKY-CAMPRELL RE ARTY CD. 504 Free Press Bldg Member Detroit Real Estate Board. CORNER With two two-family brick flats and single house; flats are brick with three bedrooms In each apartment and all modern; house has seven rooms and modern in all details; rents $3,160 year. A choice invest ment property as a whole o r will divide; close to boulevard and Woodward. Shown by appointment. Maloney-Tamp hr 1| Realty Cos.. 504 Free Pi ess Bldg. Member Detroit Real Estate Board. FOR SAI.F—VACA3T LOTS $25 TAKES EQUITY Four lots, each 35x150 ft . for $375, which Is $94 a lot; 45 minutes from city hall out Grand Rive r . Think of It; 4 lots for $375. Terms. Box E. No. 35. Times. ROYAL OAK ROTH Have small equity If taken for cash at once. Pox S. Detroit Time*. Modem Bungalow $595 Complete material for building 5- rnnm modern bungalow. $595 Ship ment same day order received. Quick erection Call 607 Ford bldg or phone Main 3860. Vacant—St. Agnes Parrish 35-ft. flat site |>a Halle North $2,325 00 35-ft flat or single. Blaine, 12th and 14th 1,525 00 34- flat or single, Euclid, 14th and I.a Halle 1.680 00 35- flat or single, Euclid, 12th and 14th 1,800.00 35-ft flat or single. Plngree, 12th and 14th 1,675 00 Call Cherry 669. The Asam Richardson Cos. 410 MOFFAT REPO. Twelfth, West Side Between Virginia and Euclid 20 Ft.—51,840.00 Good for 830.00 per foot advance with'n year. Buy thla. Call Cherry 669. 410 Moffat bldg ROT OWNERS—DoubIe your ordin ary profits by building an Aladdin Readl-Cut House. Many designs. Quick erection. extremely low costs Call at once, 607 Ford bldg . or phone Main 3860. STORAGE AND CARTm ACME Storage mammoth warehouse. Storage, moving. M. 599. 41 Oilman. CENTRAL BTORAOE CO., moving, packing, fireproof, rates right. Mo tor vans for suburban moving Phwne Cadillac 69. ROEHL BROS.. Storage, Cartage and Packing Office, 162 Alfred Rldr-3*l PARTY MOVINO to California can Tent part of car Central Storage Cos., Cadillac 69 TO RENT—PIANOS PIANOS —Beat makes, greatest as sortment; year s rent allowed on purchase. OHINNF.EE BROS 245 woodward-ave BISINICSS OPPORT4 NITIICN A BILLIARD ROOM, good location. 6 tabßs. clgsr stand; easy terms. A good lease, rent right. George Marsh Cos, 2n East Atwater. 1 HAVE JUST SOLD A HOUSE for $1,500 down, leaving me an equity of $2,750 f will sell this equity for $2,850. It bears 6% interest Mc- Lain. 108 Park-hlvd Cadillac 7358 REASONABLE A hat cleaning es tablishment doing big business up tnw n Best location. Box K. No. 44 Time*. QUICK PROFITS Build an Aladdin Hour# on your lot and make quick and profitable turnover. Act at once. Call 607 Ford bldg . or phone Main 3336. “GARAGES - If you are In the market for a good paying garage business call at this offlee for particulars Go-Operative Realty Go. 3ft3-306 Holden Bldg Phon»s Cadillac 7164-7165. Open evenings 7 to 9. Picture Shows If you are In the market fur a pic ture show call at this office for partlculara Co-Operative Realty Cos. H-Men BMg Phene* »’ed*l4ee 7164-7166. Open evenings 7 to $. I'l.nmiv |m NOTICE-—ls any poor girl Is in trou ble. ne«ding advice, friendship or hdp, write or call on SECRETARY MARGARET DUFFY. (Mil tort-at west. .Salvation Annv. fSGRE LEGS Varicose veins, swollen limbs. Inflamed joints, weak ankles, fall en ar ties, phlebitis, etc., arc com fortably and evenly auppoited by the Corliss Laced Stocking Race like a boot or legging over soft tongue Contains no elga t| « . I' ■,. g nut stretch. Washable f j c< mfortnhle and vcr> nV s*l dura b 1 e . Made v’u o measure R LCsJTS \ _ cheapest K.\D»iRHK! RKg \*• BY PHYSICIANS I [Mb \ 2 Price $1 5(1 is' h «»• I HLr6 1 4 two fur $2 50 Put’ I 9I * an>l be filled or Hem 1 ePnJ a Ic fro free booklet am. \ IKJI I - em*iirt nt rit t \ n I blank No. 3 \jvj # 5 Home UPp / ? Treatment US/ * For I.og Sores W'ml - and Ulcers for IAJI 2 those who cannot DOl - call per-onnlly vjj \j; Ml remedies In- F*a/ eluding two stock- Jj jr ~ iitge amt full at rect ions. $5.00. CORLISS BANDAGES for all medical and surgical pur pose.-. 254 lb- "Ide, 5 yds. lung. 15c each, 2 for 23c. 10 for $l 00. Sufferers of so-called incurable ulcers are particularly Invited DETROIT CORLISS LIMB SPECIALTY CO . 421 Mmk Ave.. Pol Gratiot. Phone Ridge M3. Office Hours: 9-6 dally except Sundays. I,‘v*• ninga hy appolntment. A t 10MOBILBS ALAD ! >( N GARAGE, $46.55. All ma terial complete. Paint to mat- h house. Shipment made day order received Pall 607 Ford bldg., or phone Main 3560. MONEY TO 1.0 A * CONSTRUCTION E CANS Liberal amounts. J. F. Weber, 204 Gratlet WE BUY LAND CONTRACTS. Detroit Land Contract Cos. 812-813 Hammond Bldg. Cad 5*16. Liberal Loans on Rea* Estate Money to Loan on Vacant Second mortgage loans on realltv Will buv equities in vacant lots 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. rPHOI.NTF.RIXO 5-PIECE PART/m SUITE, re covered In leather or tapestry and made over like new. flggjj sl2 COUCHES Re-up- (T C A A bolstered In tapes- 1111 try or leather. v ANY DAVENPORT p<-.r/,>-nr(>d In leather or tapestry B> } 9 TO RENT—HOUSES MODERN COTTAGE with garage; references required. Address Wal nut 3716-M. Hannan Rental Agency A free list of houses and flats. Call In person at the oldest xnd largest real estate exchange in Michigan. 1 McGRAW BLDG. ~ FQlt R 0 ACRES, best land within tft miles of lu-lrolt, one rnUe south f-om Ornnd River-rd.; good buildings and fences. Terms easy. Inquire of owner. Mary Kenwiek, South Lyon, Mich Printing— Hie plain neat hind—that | a right—Times Job Dept.— Main 4.120. HELP WANTED—HALF. HELP WASTED—MALI REAL ESTATE SALESMEN __ Investigate this live proposition, it’s different. No matter what sub von are selling, you may desire a change or may have prospects fur half-a re or a< re suburban home sites. We wllP, co-operate with you and P*y * 00d commission for sales made In PARADISE GARDENS Close in and close to car line out G ratiot; beautiful location, good soil and ro*d« splendid selling point a and exceptional values. Free auto service. Come In and get details. KNOPF & OSBERG 612 SMITH BLDG. Ask for Mr Osberg. Cadillac #BBB. DENTISTS. DENTISTS. DR. ADAMS' DENTISTS Corner MICHIGAN* and GRISWOLD Entrance 161 GRISWOLD*. Second Fb»<«r ovei KlnsH’s su re Take stairs or elevator. Phone Main 533. look for sign over doorway a3. *1 i A jC W FOR NAI.W—MIACMULAW— HT(»II AGE frtrnlture. nearly vein i'll'-. Hu tuner Cos.. Miek. Typewriter Bargains ID. tu s*»o, direct from fsetml Mint UNDER WOOD. ROW. Etc Renting $1.16 UIJyMH est Mi'xk In oily. U. S. w KlTlili CO, Cadti’ac 64$Im Campus Martiua, next *»t house, ‘*JJgj K- iDA Fl JUNTA IN bilUart ‘ 1 tables, n.-w and second-hand. OIHH Marsh Cos.. 20 K. Atwater. S II" 1 MS- Furniture tor rocW iiiWl Il* te $i week Bumner. Mick. tIJI SODA FOUNTAINS -1 1 STORE FIXTURES We manufacture and aell tbs and LARGEST Una of aodh fOUk»S tair.s, back bars., counters, sbojli’j vast's and store and‘of Acs 5xtUMR| of all kinds at the LOWEST PrlMNkfl Quality and prices our succeaa. Mml 'our line and get our figures befifwS buying (’all Cad. 1733 for sd)Sßw -t man. DETROIT STORE FIXTUIBI CO.. 16-30 (’atherine. n«tr OrstMi^ HT UR RING PIANO only 1281. $2 5". rich weathered oak. uiiahly modern; rented short tllA#*.^ pei feet condition. Rare vtlttA i I .*.*•>• terms GRINNELL BROkZI 245 Woodward tali STKINWAI PIANO for SB7: carved lej.-s. overstrung scale, ebony, a west ■_ | tune, good condition. Fine for , summer home. Small payments. .. GRINNELL BROS.’ Brsncn, 57 Mon roe MANDOLIN BARGAIN—IS strings. If roe.-wood ribs American conservA- , to'.v. was S2O new. In fine cond** tion and woes for $6 this week. H* ii -,i i ion*l bargain. Come quickly. GRINNELL BROS.’ Branch. »T Monroe. - ■- - ■■■ ■ ■—atyJ ling’s latest list OF UPRIGHT PIANO BARGAINS Weston, full aiae f 78 Clough £ Warren, full size.... (I; ILiniugton. black case Ti Regal, sweet tone I|| Boardman A Gray, reflnlshsd 18# ! Clough A Warren, a bargain. Iff3 Hamilton, sweet tons IS# Bachman, returned rentn..... ISi Kranlch A Bach.* in good eon> dltlon 168 Milton, sweet tons ||| Newby & Evans, fine tone 288 Sch 1 ) ler- Bachman, cannot b 6 > told from new tfß Smith A Nixon, full else. lit Crown, concert used 24# Schlllrr-Barhman. looks like • new I## Schiller, fine Iff Regal, fair 181 Newby A Evans, cannot be told from new 81# Newby A Evans, entirely refln- Ished 24# Kurtx Bros., used lees than sib months, poor 11# Kraksuer, largest and finest style IT# Krakauer. just like new. mt hogany 11l Newby A Evans, in fine condl* Hon 28# Newby A Evans, very old, good tone I## Newby A Evans Player Plano. bargain tft . famous make t|| Thos» with name# omitted are lead ing makes sold by our friends lb the huslneaa. Easy terms of rental or sals. LING PIANO HOUSE SS Years In Business. I 78 Llhrary-ave. Corner Grand Rlver-ave. East. (Over Marauley’s Book Store) ALADDTN READT-CUT HOMES— Save four profits by building oka of these houses. Call #O7 Ford bldg., or phone Main 8840 for niU Information and prloea. WANTfCPTOSITY—UnSCMLLANIpyyf CASH for old false teeth, gold ill HkSS broken jewelry, diamonds, etc., full value paid. Liberty Rffe. Cos., #7 Woodw'd. 4th floor, elevator^ XV A XTRD—FI.ATB WANTED TO RENT—One or flats or house, between Adama-ava. east. Jefferson, Illinois and Rivard*. Cadillac 6129-R. _ TO R gjjf T — KQOMl HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor. Lamed and Batea—onlF a blook from Woodward and Jefferson-ava* and only half a block from tbe k«W Interurban waiting room. JMUn fine rooms at 71c. |1 and ll.lf pad day. FOR SALEH—RESORTS FOR HALE AT LAKE ORION—TWO story boarding house, 81 ronma steam heat; barn, woodshed, chick en park, outside cellar, large ftr den. Also high-class fastest motor boat on lake. Dr. C A. DeOou. look box 298. Pontiac. Mica. WAXTRP—TO BICMABCS WE EXCHANGE your old farkltkra for new or give you cash. Mala 2004. 163 Mlchlgan-ava. TO KXrHtMIB—REAL ESTATM. LAND CONTRACTS BOUGHT LIBERAL LOANS ON REAL EBTATM. MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTS* MONEY TO LOAN ON REALTY EQUITIES REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES 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 Tsinles* Extraction Guar untred Pv use of Gas or vital', rd Air. Also by an ippllcntlon to guma e»ut • of- town Patients should write for appoint ment and have work done same day they come. Come m »oon’ Today If you wish for' FREE examination rate. rrpffrr-Tre wttr aceest nart down, balance In p*y menta while work Is being done Offlee Hours—Dally frem 8 a m. to 9 p m. Sunday# nnd holiday*, 9am te 4 P m 1-a"y attendants M sll tlmea.