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THDItSDAT, JUXY 10, l»|«.
Summer Brings 1 errors to the Trenches; Gigantic Winged Pests Make Life Miserable, While Blossoms Mock at Death ->u*utwi . r’y-.. u>utit M,wi(|tmoc> lit iidiChts of France. LONDON, ht)&uud, Juiy Bummer horrors o» in t/.* trencher at Verduu are graphically «le*crlbi'<] in u letter received hen 1 from Kdwar*! llorke. a private !i; cn* of the g i irda regiment*. "Summer, with its hop*-. U i.T »t It* flies and uioaqultoe*. its duM and dyienterv, has •< me to the tranche*," write* Butko. “After <t tnf•=*! -> campaign 'hit ¥ ha* left friend and foe reeling, summer Is welcome, yet horrible It is welcome only be cguee It bring* hope and break* the monotony "It bring* a change first notice able In the lenrth of the days P>en the fern hundred yards of shell torn ground ehich separata* us from the enamy has registered fhl* coming ot another season. "In the death etretch between the line* flower* and green grass are pecking up Overhead. lark* t*Tl n* that all In this world 1* not steel, lead, powder and smoke “Mud ha* given way to dust Be "THE LOST PARADISE” CAST or CHARACTERS. TOM MERCER. In love with Janet Gordon. JANET GORDON, in love with Tom, but foiced to wed Marc Lander. HIRAM GORDON, Janet's father. MARC LANDER, capitalist, who aids Gordon. MIRIAM MERCER, Tom's sister, who dislikes Janet. *Y*or«l« KFOH KOI HTIf IMt. Tom M«r< «>r and Janet Gordon, brought up in a little villas' on 1 1»♦* border line between N»w York and Connecticut. were boy and girl aweetheaita and when they gr<Mv * liter the> be. aine enfiig <d a rot plan ned for the time they w >uM !»• otn*> nan an«l wife Tom waa emnloyeil In the hunk of w hl< h Janet'* f**hri II if am GoOrdon waa president and rhlef stockholder He tar'fly »gr**d to 'he arraiiK'-ment between T-m and fan«t In fart th eonly one who •hwcted waa Toms nl.arer Miriam Mr. Gorton 'ive* ruin and disarac* when he 'wee money held *»jr him In trust so roth-ra *n nil M»r«t rpeoit lntton. Man latnler falling In love with Janet **om» » to his aid Tom go*# t,j another town i * wrork and whMe he la away lender peri .a<le* Janet that she owe* a tu h.*t f.i her to marr) him Bha <1 • «•* ao and Rl, to fc*ra<>t her. works day and and in pr-'incte itto superlntcn.i*. r of the f«»tory in whb h ne wrork* Oo- Ing to New York on a hiielr.e** »rlp ie rail* on Janet, now Dander's w if.-, and she tel*s him her hnahand nnr t.'easts her Tom *jka why she dor* pot teavs him sod Janet replieji that her husband taunt* her wrlth the fret that she rould rot live sway from him and that *h« na* not even tnon-y atiough to get a divorce. "He would,” growled Torn, fierce ly, adding ''Uaten to nm, Janet. This man lint treated you with abominable cruelly Orueliy if. not A leg.it catlap for a divorce tn New York atute; more's the pity. But it Ik, lu ( onne<>ticut. I,et not take you bark lo Hartford. You can sfAy with Miriam there and establish n •Connecticut residence.’ A* soon s-. you have established It, bring suit for divorce against Marc 1 ander on imronda of cruelty. Afler that— unles )ou’ve stopped loving me—” "I've never stopped loving you. Tom,” she told him. "though It'i wicked for ine to confess It while I am married to Marc Lander. But .1 can't do as you suggest. In the place, your slater Miriam dis likes me. Rhe wouldn’t receive me Into her home." “There are plenty of good, re •portable boarding heusea there.” "Rut I have no money." "My money la yr/ura.” “I couldn’t take one man'e money to get H divorce from auother. 1 ahould be aa vile as Marc himself If I stooped to do that. I chn't." * M ! might hare known you wouldn’t,” said Tom. "Forgive me for auggeatlng It. But." he added, more hopefully, "here Is something you can do without losing self-re •aoet: I Kara many good frlendr hud the Hue.- ,»r tip* u-.t worked toads, kliHkl colored bftt.kr of dv*t hkng like a London fog Met., hoi at-*, giit.h h»como 'he t jlor of the roffT!*- Dust gets Into !he ua’r -caking it It lir.ett the thioat, *pr-»:;d»ug a thirs* unquenchable. 5Ve eat it wi l> i.ut iu: cults We have daehf of it V •v. ryfltiiig »>• eat If It spiend do case as fre»ly a a eclct.tlM* say t' do« s, every man In the trenches would need a hospital cot ‘ Summer Is the time of the water cart, of which there are two kind*- the cart with Its drinking water which contains a germ destroying fluid and the French water-cart with Its engine and eight barrels In which men *nd clothes are washed The water In these barrel* is heated to a ’emperature at which trench vermin give up the ghost Into seven of them the clothe* are put In the other, 100 soldiers are washed in an hour. ‘The floating population, as the vermin are called, multiply with alarming rapidity In the summer They outnumber the stars They cling to one through thick and thin among the Hartford buotcoan men I van oat-lly get one of iheni to give you * Job A Job that will sup port you while you are waiting for your divorce decree You can find a good hoarding place ar.d —” ' Hut I know no trade —no way to earn a living—" “With your quick l rair," he aald. "If will be no time at all I efore you master enough tenography to com mand rood pa> In the meantime, I tan lind you a Job shore at once you can l»e worth any fair living wag*** Will yen do It, Janet?” In his ragernes* he ciught both her hands in hD n? hi urged her to consent to hia plan And at that moment ihe living room portieres were jerked nptt.t and Marc lender douched Into th« rerun. Early In tho lav pa it wne, len der had evidently been drinking— perhaps to east the aftereffect* of his Hat night'* potation* While n t nctuallv dmnk, he men decided ly was not sober And ho was in r. ravage mood He stopped short on the thres hold at eight of Mercer He aaw that Merrer wa* 3 holl'ng Janet’s hand* Too excit'd to nothe the utter l,nno< ence of the tiction h<* rtiDread It as well as the reason rl Tom « presence there. ’1 tame back nome for aome mall l foigot," hold lender, striding frr ward “And It’s lucky I did. If I diopped In here ofterenrr In the daytime Id probably walk in on more little love scene* like this.” ’’Marc!" gasped Janet. Tom, wllhout a word, steppe.| he tween the ilircatenUglv advanrli’t. man and hi* trembling wife. HD own hat* were clenched, ant; his fare wa* dangerously culm. Mart looked aneerlnglv at him for nn In- Ktant, then snarled: “Clear out of here!" “In my own good time," replied Tom, coolly. *' \nd I ajr not to he ordered out like a deg." "We do more than order’ dogs out of my house." Mild Lander, an grlly, "we enforce our order* with a whip " He caught up a riding crop that had been left lying on a nearby table, and slashed viciously at Tom's faca. Tom with hi* right hand caught the larger man's wrist and wrenched the crop from Ul< grasp. At the same time he struck fiercely And scientifically with hi* left. The blow caught Marc Lander square on he po*nt of tha Jttw. The drunkard collapsrsd with a grunt end ♦prawled helpless on the hardwood floor. Torn leaned over him raying In the aame ominously cor I voice: "If you want any more you know where to gel It. And If ever I hear and neve r desert one even when the haul* rages fiercest They are loyal beyond reaaon. But the doctor* say that * ’ summer they do not carry typhus the disease that cuts the tan' u dov n in w inter. ‘A'ar < >rrespondents will tell you our soldiers -wear more fiercely and ret slesaiy in Poperlng'ie or Ypres or Souchej in the summer than ??i any other place on the battle front “They know the reason, too, for they have met the m mquitoe* of those districts ’’’nese gnats, midges or mosqult >es —call them what you will —are big and vicious enough to wear Idling glovPfc They Mta through two pair* of socks without apparent effort They come In May and stay tin'll late in Octo ber. “Summer'* hope la bom out of the arrival of more aeroplane* and more British hlgh-eyplosive shells TA«t summer we looked for them In vain. Rut now they are coming by day and by night and with each fresh supply comes new courage to the dust-covered men In the trenches ’’ of you maltreating Janet again \oil'll get It good and plenty, wheth er you want It or not. Remember that.” Turning to the flightcned girl, Tom said more gently: “I*in sorry to have had tc do thla in your presence But you see for touraelf be left me no option. I've told you my plan for you If you decide to accept, come uraight to Hartford. I’ll be waiting." Without so much aa another glance at the ar.d swear ing man on the floor lie left the apartment. Slowly and ragingly Marc Lander got to his feet. He was still sick end ditty from the knockout blow. Hut ha was also in a blind rage that he should thus have been thrashed in the presence of the woman he iniself had so ill treated. HD first impulse was to revenge upon te shrinking and terrified wo man the beaMrg he hail tereived. Hut he rememheied Tom's parting threat of what would he fall him In ease of such behavior, nnd he paused. Irresolute. He was not anx- Ever Camp Out? With a formst-covered mountain at your bach, a sparkling stream at your feet, a turquoise sky overhead, an open camp fire at night ? That’s real back-to-Nature living, a rest for the mind, a stimulation for the body, and it's yours for the asking—among the Colorado Rockies. Excellent trains daily from Chicago and St. Louis via Rock Island Lines, including the famous M Rocky Mountain Limited" ealy eat eight eel freaa Ckicego Hotels, boarding houses and ranches to suit any purse. Our literature tells what to see and do and the approximate cost. $30.00 for round trip from Chicago; $25 from St Louis. Correspondingly low fares from other points. Aafomatie Block Signalt Finest Modem All-Steel Equipment Superior Dining Car Service Fill out end mefl coupon today, phone or call. C. C. GARDNER, D. P. A. n«M Mata 1770 * -a sir-:-: ■ " ■ ■ ' ROCK ISLAND TRAVEL BUREAU —Ma)«a4i« BIS*., Detroit iMuiTmi Hylllayn] f’tooa* arnrl full information relative to a Colorado aeration. J|HKTjTI|L DETROIT TIMES ious to undergo punishment a sec ond time. "Are —are you very badly hurt, Marc?" asked Janet faintly. The rollcltoui question awoke him to a fresh acc<ss of fury. "Hurt?” he bellowed. 'Tin not anywhere near a* badly hurt as Mr. Thoinaa Mercer will be before I'm done with him’ I’ll get him, If It takeg'my last cent or senda me to the chair! I’ll get him!” "Marc’" she exclaimed, .'hocked by his wild heart ferocity. "He struck you in self-defense. You at tacked him." "Shut up!" he roared "And now that I’ve kicked him out. vou tan go, too.’ I’m sick ow you Oet out." With no show of her former fear she said: "Marc, do you mean that? Are you it ally tired of me? Do you really east me off?" "I’ve said so. h.'.ven’t 1?" lie re torted, still raging. "Ive aald eo before now. Get out!” "I can’t divorce you In New Ycrk,” she made answer, “But In Connecti cut. cruelty Is a ground frr divorce. And —” "Divorce me If you w.int to.” ho snarled. "But 111 gs-t him >et. And >ou, too. I’ll make you both wish you and neither of you ever been horn!” (To Be Continued.) DR. PARKER IS CANDIDATE FOR CORONER Urged by friends and political as sociate*. Dr Morgan Parker baa consented to run for the Republican nomination for coroner, to succeed I>r James E Burgess, who has come out for county treasurer. Dr Parker has already served the county In the office of coroner. He held that Important offloe two term*, returning to bis private practice In 1908. Stormy time* prevailed when the doctor, who wa* then a mere youth of 23. entered on hi* duties. He bent all hi* enthusiasm and energy toward bettering conditions, and It w'aa through hi* efforts that the office was brought to a much higher standard of efficiency. Among the other improvement* that I>r. Park er obtained through a visit to Lan sing was the establishment of a county morgue. Previous to his service as coroner. Dr. Parker was a city physician for two years. He says if he Is nom inated and elected he will resume hi* duties with all bia old-time en thusiasm. Woman Hides in Coal Pile. When Joseph E. Oroen, officer In Justice Sellers’ police court, wiies day, attempted to serve a warrant on Mary Ann Gurska, 28 years old. No. 338 Ijiwndale ave. he ’Started something.” As he appeared at the door with the court summons in his hand, the woman leaped from a bed room window scantily attired, and attempted to make her escape by dodging about the neighborhood When she stopped It was a barn where she attempted to hide be neath a pile of coal, and the officer raptured her. Justice Sellers fined her |lO for disturbing the peace. Passengers Caught In Elevator. Nine passengers, among them one woman, were trapped in a county building elevator shaft. Wednesday morning, and after sweltering in the passageway for half an hour, made thetr way out by climbing up on the elevator mans stool to the second floor landing. Starting up from the ground floor, the cage stopped with a Jerk as the power motor went out of commission. Classified Business Telephone Directory] DETROIT’S MOST RELIABLE BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE (ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED). THE DETROIT TIMES RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS PEOPLE TO ITS READERS: Accordion Pleating Button* covered, aid* or ho* pleat D* LoVe’a. Id John K. Cadill*'' 1672-J. Artificial Flowers F J I»eall IJ<H| Farmer Cart I*l9. Auto—Bicycles Auto Cycle Supply <‘o *8 Gd Ktver W. Attorneys-at-Law BARTLETT, CHARLES L. 612-513 Hammond Bid* Main 5709. WARD N CHOATE 7 ( '«-7in Dltm Hank Bldg Main 4991 HUGHES Hl/N CHAPOTON TOJ Forwell Bldg. Chert y 4431 LAMPHRRE, ALLKN L 825 6 Moffatt Rl lg cherry 2192-2581 PATKRSt IN. X AIAGN El 2 Moffat Bldg Cadillac «70| ~ ROBERTSON’ CHARLES R T<>B-1 1 Dime Bank Bldg Main 409« RALPH M TATE 169 Penolmrot Bldg Main 1164 EUGENE A WALLING toil rum* Rank Bldg Cherry 2809 Artists (Commercial) • HOFFMAN &"HAMMER 709 Trimsed Concrete Bldg Main 170 (Certified) Accountants & Auditors P. EARLE NEFF •25 Majeatlo Bldg Cadillac 59*4 ARTHPR F THAYER • 17-118 Dime Bank Bldg. Main 178« Accountant and Auditor. E M Sporer. Kreage Bldg. Ch’y 14#1 Architects ABRAHAM & WOOD 511 Scherer Bldg Cad 2870 Loul* Kamper. 70] Fine Art*. M. 4882 C. F .7 Barne*. 714 Kr»*ge B M 4527 W C Talmer. 1352 David Whitney H. PAUL C KROSKE 1106 * David Whitney Bldg Cad. 1488 J LAWSON MILLER. 18 Ooehal Bldg Stain 4554. W H Vollmer. 507 C- of C. Ch’y 1788 J. E Mill* A Son. 1305 Kreega Bldg Auctioneers O Warden & Son. 311 Hammond B. M 1357 Rea C. R. Wardall. Od 996 Art Dealer ■William Hilary. Palntlnga. Eng* A Picture Frame*. 410 Wood’rd. Cd 1022 Ambulances MICHIGAN AMBULANCE CO Prompt—WAL 71 3-1537—Efflcient Comfortable ambulance* all part* city. Baths bloom! B A M fnat. 68 Madt*on. Beauty Parlors Mr*. M. King. 107 Fine Art*. Ch’y 787 Bird Store & Supplies Edward*’ Bird Store. 129 Mich. M 2537 Business Colleges Dot. Com ! Col.. 204 Griswold. M. 8880 Blue Printers Ccm’l Blue Trt. A Drft. Cos. Ch’y 1726 Bloom BAM. In. 58 Madison Ch. 1363 Bed Bug, Roach Exterminator Am Janitor Supply Cos Main 1682 S S Hytry Cos.. Ridge 4054 -R Bronze, Brass, Iron and Wire. MOYNAHAN A DUCHENE 118-122 State-*t. Cherry 1188 Cartage & Trucking Son Auto Cartage Cos. North 498. Bertrand Cart., 1178 15th. Walnut 4821 Thoa. Harrington, 18 Huron. Od. 5904. China Decorators Mr* T K.Owena, Hodge* bid. Main 1729 Corset Makers Artl*t*' Model Cor*et Cos, Fl«h*r Acde Made to measure Splrella Cor**t Shoo. 2d floor. 239 Woodward Cherry 3076 Lillian F. Moylan, 43 Unlv. bid. M 8135 Chiropodists O A. Benedict, 244 W’ward. <*h 3684-J Mme Rlrdeoe. 240 Adam* E Ph'y 4084 Mr*. Oeorge, Cham, of Com Main 1710 Carpet Cleaners Peter* Carpet C. Cos. 494 Mullett. E 960 Collections & Adjustments Mercantile Credit Cos. of America. 715-718 Chamber of Commerce. M 977 Cleaners & Dyers (Licensed) IMLAY’S GARMENT CLEAN. A DYE* INO CO., 1 33-35 Ud River. Grand 4473 SF.EL K Y ’ S 1163 Mack-ave. Ridge 229 DURAND A CO. *7O-872 Bellevue-ave. Ridge 57*0 PARIS CLEANERS AND DYERS 1020 Orand River Walnut 8 BROWN, CLEANER A DYER 257 259 Oakland tv. North 1081. Chiropractic Physicians W. T. Ball, D C ■ >7B Od River. Wal 4 975 O W. Wlkander, DC, Cadillac 7807 J A. Aahford. D C. 1874 Grat. R 4112 F J. Sherman. D C , *BB Trumh’l. O 4028 O. J. Goodheart. D. C Cad 7807. N. 498 J. W. Hinted, D. C. 87-5* Vnlveralty Bldg Cadillac 4478, Margaret Wllliameon, D. C (Women and children. 820 Wahaah Orand 789. Dentists Beat Pentleta. 78 Od Rlvar W M 4487 Detective—. Patrol Service MetropTn Detec. Ag'cy, Inc Oen'l da. tect. work, conddential Inveatlgatlon* Protective patrol 17* Shelby. Cad. 8472 IDEAL SECRET SERVICE ISuREAIL general and confidential Inveatiga tlona and Patrol Service 42-43 Me. Graw building. Main 784 ■ ' 1 ■■■■ ■ ... ■ ■ - «■» . Wolverine Detroit Agency 404 W»oo. ward Arcade. Cadtllae 2810. Detective Agencies B & M Secret Service Cos. (W J Me- Mlehael, ) 305 Farwell Bd M 2488 Frailer Agency. 660 Fenobacot Bldg Cadillac 7666 Diamonds—Old Gold Ilought Wm B Rt If, 60a Bowie* bid Cad. Dressmakiw* runouts A La Mod* Dree* Cutting and Dre»a Making School, 68 Mlcnigan-ava. Margaret" M Milne. 267 Woodward Drafting Room Supplies Pet Bl F As! 61 Congr*** W M 5668 Dyers and Cleaners Acm« Cleaners and Dyers (Hagan) 570 Woodwar4>ava. Grand 3389 Chamberlin, Cleaner and Dyer 107 Woodward-ave Cadillac 5141 Doll Hospitals KAMMEItr.n 424 Gratiot-ave. Cherry 799-R Express & Taxicabs Son Auto Cartage Cos North 406. Electric Wiring and Fixtures Brown-Ahlere Cos.. 178 Grand River Horton Electric Cos., Hemlock 4050 Henry F Hurley. 470 Or»*nw and. Q. 268 Electro Plating HOWARD G. HARRIS CO. 98 Cathertne-at. Main 1598. BRuMLEY ELECTRO PLATE WKB.. 248 Bruah-at. Alain 550 Express and Moving Vans CoVa Express 250 Beaubien M. 2842. Express and Cartage Clementa A Tenkel Midnight Auto Express. Cadillac 107 Enamelers and Japannen MELVIC ENAMELING CO. 241 Beaufalt-av«. Eaat 3292 Eureka Japanning Cos.. 10 Howard-at. Electro-Therapeutic Institute. Prof V. Staeh, 58 Library. Main 2294. Fashionable Ladies’ Tailor Linen Summer Suita 110 up 36 Clifford Florists L Barr. Suecenaor to Alex. Common. 412 Grand River. Grand 1646. Woodw'd Flower Shop. 381 IVood. M 749 McHugh Floral co.. Ilx Mich. Ch y 3014 Art Floral Cos.. 776 W’ward. Grand 700. OF ST H. TAEPKE 95 Oratiot-ave Main 2094 B SCHROETER 56 Broadway. Main 1626 Furriprs (stored, repaired Turners and r * mo a,,i #< |) Thor Kteere, 357 Gd. River. Gd. 2510 Wright A Kelly. 703 9 Wood. O 5188. H W. Becker. 97 E Adam*. Main 160 6 Fum and repairing. J. W. Merekel A Cos., Breltmeyer Bldg. Main 4426 R. Zinober Son. 112 National Gd. 6479 Funeral Cars LaGell Funeral Motor Car Cos. Od. 3226 funeral Music Solo, quartet. Ch y 332-J, N'tn 3630-M Fresh Flowers FELLS FRESH FLOWERS CO. Shop No. 22, Hr’dway Mkt. Cher. 3300. Gowns (Exclusive) JC. M. Wataon, Krerge bldg. Cad. 503. L. J. Wlthey, Ftrher Arcade. M. 1603. Hail* Dressing & Goods Mi » J. II DoVmmlo. -’ll Wood M 5547 Miaa Hubbard, elec, rolynia, hair and molea removed. Liggett bg Main 712. Hats Cleaned—Blocked Mills & Weber. Cherry 3589 M. Hemstitching and Pivoting Mrs. A. L. Koblnaon. 135 Farmer at. AU-x T r>e Bauller, dresaplatttng and pinking 17 John R. Main 2195. House Wreckers (Contractors) Burgera A- Ray, 94 Noble Grand 3943 I'N’TON HOI'SE wrecking" CO. Fort and Fourteenth-wt* Went 1063 MeCormtok Wrecking Cos., Rld|i 2178 House Movers & Kaisers Burda Broa , 1261 Hancock W \\ al 638 Ice and Coal M. McFaddrn. Cedar 187 Walntit 1338 Family Ice A Coal Cos.. 876 Kercheval Hick 596 Connor AD. T Ry. Ilk 2919 Ice Crvatal Ice Cos Went U-189, Wal | I > Lahndle Ice Cos.. 109 Pleasant West 43 Ice Cream (Best Quality) STANDA RD C itE VM 0t• Phones Ridge 1140 and Ridge 2294-J. A RCTIC JC F CR KA M CO 807 Grand Rlver-nve. Grand 4110 Interior Decorators GOLDBERG AJAOMIN 17 Rowland Bldg. Cad. 268 W H VAN TINE Ftaoher Arcade. Cadillac 4490 THOMPSON DECORATING CO. 70 Broadway Cadillac 2418 Jewelry Engraving Wm H Belf. 509 Bowlea bid* Cad 4661 Thurston. F S. 602 Scherer Bldg Jewclrj & Watchmaker Lou I* R Carron. Dime Bk Cad 783-W Jeweli> Engraver X Repairs Miller A Itelchle. I'nlv Mdg. Ch v 3«56 Schulta Jewelry Cos. Liggett R M 8958 Indies’ Tailors Jarobaon. 299 'Va*h Ar ad* M 1475 Locksmithfng Schweliihardt. 83 Od River Main 1062 Lunch Rooms Mr* Hilllkera Lunch Room. Special dinner 5 to 7 121 Farmer-at. lunlor League Lunch Room for bu*l« lean glide and women 221 Woodwiad. Loans (Salary) Mich Credit Cos., IY* Grlawold M 4488 Loans (Collateral) INTERSTATE COLLATERAL LOAN OOn 404 Breltmeyer Bldg. Cad. 328 Loans and Real Estate W. S Liefer. 403 Farwell Bid Cad 8190 Manicure & Hair Dressers Kennedy A Price, 287 Wward. Cad. 7219 Marinello—Treatment & Goods Woodw'd Hulr Shop, 896 Wood. Gd.BBBB Maternity Home Beulah Home, 813 4th-ave. Grand 8918 Messenger Service Parcel, haggege. autos. 24-hr. aervlo*. Acme M*aa. Cos., 26 Park-pl Cad. 358, Millinery (Exclusive) Sullivan I-adl**' Hatter. Sea our 88 Special. 70 Gd. River. W. Main. 6386. Millinery Schools Helena S. Blaahlll, Instructor In mil. llnery work, accepting engagements for summer achooT and church work, etc. 829 Warren-ava. W. Grand 3776-M. Modiste (Exclusive) Louise M Kennedy. 509 Wsh.'Ar.M *638. MU* Cousins, 76 Waahlngton M. 1377. Katherine Boland, 79 Waah’ton>blvd. MADAME COTE, Forest and Woodward. Grand 1990 Moving and Storage Met. Exp. A Ctg.,1553 Beaublen 11.(181 M. McFadden. Cedar 187. Walnut 4881 Golden Stor A Cart., 142 WllllaE- It 87 Edm and Fay, 33 Lyaander. Grand 1284. Koehl Broa., Inc., 162 Alfred. R. 111. James Boyd, 499 Baker. West 898 Eaat Side c A 8. Cos.. 122 Sherman. J C CornlMle, Macit A T. Ry Hk 1864 Music Teachers (Plano) Ellz Thorpe, 270 W'd ward. Ch’y 5620-J REVDFT s, ON NETEORO 790 Woodward-ave. Orend JlOl Music Teachers (Vocal) M. 8 Wei* 240 Woodward. Ch'y 504-J Samuel I. Slade. 72 Valpey bldg. M. 981 ALICE MAT HARR AH Studio 83. 213 Woodw'd North 1211-M Mfg. Jevfe.lers & Engravers T Gmelner Cos., 16l OrNwold M 2888 Multigraphing and Addressing Mercer D. Linton. 135 Farmer M. 589 Nurseries E C. Ilgenfrltz. 2 Forest E. Gd 4578 Wolverine-lift. Nurseries. Cherry 8271 Notaries Public £, U enog MRS .1 J. MULHERON 748-50 Dnvld Whitney Bldr Cad. 4834 Optometrists & Opticians J. H Gluaier. 244 Woodward. Cad 7807 L E Rbh.ard. 59 Fort W. Ch'y 3846-R. Wm K lllpp. 6 W. Adam*. Cad. 38*1 D.8.l hompaon. 204 Scherer hid. M 1722 SC. Dustin A Cos., 30; Wood'd hid M 72 Otto Flachsmann. 821 Gratiot R 644. L. Ooldamlth, Hudson's Bal. Ch'y 6100 G C. Hill. 277 Oakland North 384 4-R Osteopathic Physicians I>r« Mark A Ethel Carpenter. Gd.llßß Dr. Eleanor Harvey. M 2587, Od 2069-M Dr. A 5 Hollia. Main 4187 Gd. 2677 DR G F LATHROP. treatment of Goitre a npeela)ty. Cad. 106 Mkt 5791 Dr. O. O. Snedeker, Ch'y 2741. K 2317 Dr. C. p" Stevens.'Ch’y 3115 MkL 6(83 Dr. T. M A Dorothy Sellards. Gd 111 Oriental Rugs (Sold & Cleaned) A. AGoriAN. 97 Brainard. Grand 2672 Patent Attorneys H E. Thomaa. 36 B. F. Wheeler. 72 Buhl blk~Maln 1796 Pattern Makers Zim ernian I'at.Wks.,429 Bagg Od 6910 E S BRYANT PATTERN WORKS 134 St. Antoinest. Cherry 3091-J Photographers (Home Portrait*) W D. Gilmore, photographic portrait* taken at home. 4 Adam* W. Can. 1881 Photographers Portrait*) 1 * 1 Baker Art Studio*. 69 K Park M 4114 Clark Broa. Studio 437 Baker. W. 1178 J. W. Hughea, 7 Milwaukee W N 3148 Arthur Studio, 261 Woodward M 840. D. D Spillman Children'* plcturea a apectalty. 970 Woodward Grand 18 Lw k -4 lut* Cos . 78 \Y**h bvi| M Hit Physical Gulture and Health SIDNEY HILL SYSTEM OF HEALTH BLDG. INC. Holden Bldg Cad 6958 Painting, Roofing, Etc. NATIONAL ROOTING a TAINT CO, 895-897 Mlehlgan-ave. Cad 3902. Picture Framing and Regilding killX HANNA 264-266 Randolph-at. Cadillac 4822 Pictures, Frames, Mould* Utgs, etc. Waat Art Asa n. Ltd. (Wkolaaale u 4 Retail ) m-114 Qd. Alvar W M. BU4 Parcel mud Messenger Sendee . eagt.e mesbenoer corps. i 704 Steta-at. Mal»\ IT Roofing & Sheet MeftaJ Work i fornice a rooting coT 968 981 Weat FerL Waat Bfj Falrvlaw ghaat Mata] Wki. Hick. Itsil M''h Comic# A SlatrWorka. 11T-*I gaat Fort J. 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Mme. Butler, 114 Bdy. Mrkt hid. Ch’y 1088-M Tone Production Gart'ta-Lanknw Studio of Tona Pm ■luctlon. S T. Ritter, 85 Valpcy Bldg. Teacher of Singing Marshall Pea**. 170 W’ward. Cad. 81« t Taxicab Service City Taxi Service. Cadillac 81|. Undertakers A. J. Bureah Jr.. 872 Dlx. West ltf. Fred Eppma. 1911 Gratiot. Ridge ITt. G Brinkman, 702 Grat. Ridge 1991 ■Tohr. Prior A Son. 469 Orlaana. M. 84T Wm H Cavanagh, 1316 Woodjrd. N.Tt M C. Hairy, 198 Gratiot. Cad. llfl Ralph Bourgroia, 1189 Mark. Hk. I2BS DcKay A Rutledge, 809 Kercheval. Wm. R. Hamilton A Cos. Mato 491! Francla J. McCabe, Walnut 814. N. M. Gaea, 1814 W'ward~ North 988 A. J. Brodle A Cos.. 745 Oratlot. R. ITB Upholsterers Llndow Cos.. 19 Marantrtte. Wcat 1214 Weat Side Upholater. Cos.. Weat 2419-J Valentine Broti. 538 Monroe. Cad. 2199 Kercheval Up'ing. B*o Kerch. H.572-R F. Boyd. Bth and Od River. Gd. 4840-J W A Parrlah ACo . 1512 Mcdb’y. R 4844 MACK-AVE UPHOLSTERING CO. 1922 Ma k ave. Ridge 811-R Violin Makers J. 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