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FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 191$.
HIGHLAND PARK FOOD INSPECTION TO BE SHIFTED TO HEALTH DEPT. If plana work out. the Highland Park board of hoglth wIII carry on thr inspection of mcati and gro ceries. Instead of the police depart' meat, and al*o will undertake the inspection of garbage now handled by .h#* depart men tof public work*. Directly Along the New Car Line to Royal Oak The property owned and being subdivided by B. F. Stephenson is directly traversed by the new car line to run from the Ford factories to Royal Oak. This car line is not a so-called “proposed line,” but is POSITIVELY GUARANTEED A CERTAINTY and all buyers of property along the new line are assured by Mr. Stephenson (and the Detroit United Lines as well) that the system will certainly be built as soon as the necessary material can be secured. Improvements are guaranteed—such as sidewalks, sewers, etc. —and though at present the property has not been improved to any great extent, every contract will carry the guarantees that assure you a profitable investment. Any person who buys now will have an opportunity to make a very satisfactory profit within a comparatively short time, as the street car line assures a rapid building up of these new’ subdivisions. r lhe lots for a part of the way are now ready to market and lull particulars can be obtained from this office. Buy now before the line is built and you can resell at a profit as soon as the actual laying of track begins. B. F. STEPHENSON Member of tbe Detroit Real Estate Board 1338*1310 Penobscot Building. * Main 334*333 I Boys’ Clothing | For Friday and Saturday TO CLOSE OUT QUICKLY 153 Boys’ Norfolk Suits Sizes 7 to 17 •2.50 Reduced From $5.00 and $7.50 89 Pairs Wool Knickerbockers Reduced / DC From $1.50 All Boys’ Wash Suits Greatly Reduced Young Men’s Suits Reduced From $17.50 and $ -t AA $22.50. Your choice lUiUU I According to !>. Janice C. Mar tin. of the health department, who •uggested the new plan, the work belongs to the health department. He pays other departments are not competent to carry It on. Owing to the employment of a visiting nurse, Mias Edith Han well, the board of health haa but one rase of contagious disease, whoop lag cough. In the village at present. This la the beat record since the health department was organised. SIX-MILE ROAD GANG SCATTERED The Highland l’&rk police have been gradually breaking up a gang which hap been terrorising residents In the vicinity of the Slg-Mlle rd., In Greenfield township During the last few weeks, more than U 0 men have been brought Into Justice Hen delow’s court from this district, charged with vagrant y Richard Cullen, the supposed bad er of the gang; Charles Mclntyre and Oeorge Clark, were brought In, late Wednesday. Cullen was sen (•need to serve 60 days in the Houae of Correction The other two were sentenced to 30 days each. It la believed that the entire gang , has been rounded ur> WRONG MAN TRIED FOR SELLING BAD FOOD; RELEASED Sam Kata and Morrip Sitrun were fried before a jury In Justice Lana Kan's court, Wednesday afternoon, charged with selling moldy anti un wholesome food to employes of the Ford Motor Cos. Thomas H. Kcagati, food inspector at the Ford pSaut, l>r. James C. Martin, head of the Highland Park board of health, and Dr. A. K Dudley, of the hygienic de partment of the Ford company, each testified that the food was In bad condition when sold The defendants claimed that they had aold the lunch room just 16 hours befpre the food was pur chased. and presented a bill of sale to verify their statement. The Jury was ont but five minutes, and re turned a verdict of not guilty WIFE’S AMBITION FOR CAREER BROKE UP HOME, HE SAYS His wife Jeff him for x rout-leal career. Charles H Bleher allege in an answer to a bill for divorce filed by Mrs T. Hieber. Tn* reckoning glitter of stardom called her away after much disagreement over music stufly for which Mrs. Hieber wanted to take bi-monthly trips to New York, according to Hieber "She had a consuming Idea that she could he a star musician and wanted to devote her time and en ergy -to a career." the oill read*. I "Her mother encouraged her fee!- j ing that she could be a star, and I made her think she ought to !*» al ] lowed to become one. ’ During his absence at the funeral of n relative, Mrs. Hieber s«t hm fc c towards New York and a "ca rt er," It is declared, Hieber finding hi- house stripped of much of its furniture on his return It was -i i 40-weeks' engagement that she was t anxious to qualify for. it is alleged. The date of her departure Is set a; July 17. 1915. COP HALTS AUTO THIEF BY FIRING BULLETS IN AIR After a chase of more than a mile from Wooduard-nve to Florence-*,t and from Hairiltnn-blvd. to Cor;- land avc. during which a nu.rber of pilots w# re fired. Motorcycle Officer Thoma* Fflkovltch. of the Highland I'.irk police, arrestee Frar.k Yesc.h iter. ,\'c #6 Ficston-avr., Ltelrntf, if" calii.g a cai Idolising to Fred < it P. </i a\. No. 697 Thtrd-ave., rrt Id uit aud tr*.ict;rrr of the Micli ig: li Upholstering Cos. Filkovitrh ?aw the car traveling on Wocilward-avi , at a speed great er iban "0 miles an hour He guv c. ha*e The driver refused to stop until the officer flrer! aerrral shot.) iti the air. One of the men cot a *s> . • fore the < fficer caught up '. chuer admits taking the car. the polli « SHV. Ur bn* been removed to the roun t-. .mil to be held there for trial. Detroit and Highland Park police ure ‘e.irrhtng for the mk-ing man FORMER DETROIT GIRL TAKES ACII) CHICAGO. Aug 17—Mrs. Eliza beth Iktyton. 19, formerly of De troit. attempted suicide on a Mir.ii can Central train speeding toward Chicago lodav l>;. taking acid, while sitting beside her sister, Margarm Ehs. “lx. She was taken to St. Luke's hospital on her arrival here Her condition Is seriou/ Police *av she was deapendent over flometit trouble". Tier husband is In Michigan City, Indiana Mrs f R of Winnipeg, la the frat woman ir. Manitoba to be admitted to the bar Marriage Licenses Harry L Bull. 27. Elisabeth Perl, 24. Mohammed A Anwar. 2*. Detroit. Ada Viola < ondry U. Jackaonvjiie Otto Verfallle, ?*, Auauafa Hover, 24 Samuel L K. Maine*. 32. Detroit, iteaberttna V. Charlea. 26, Ann Ar bor. «‘arl Sohnleder, 62. Anna t.’uau k 4 Arthur Barter. Mettamora, O . Km eten<e Deolerrq. I*. atm* Olen llolaata. 21, Paarl Burwlck. 1 limerv Monaah, 2*; Lillian Onod man, 20 Joseph Stetlner. 32. Marian Autran, 17. John Lynch, 21; Harriet Malm atrom, 16 Harry S Wella 41. Rlalna Sun. <», Amanda M. ISaatiand. 42. Poatoria. <* Barney Hojiman. 3.1 Maiel Wolfe 22 Alfona (Jabriela. 25. Flavle Key n*art. 25 Thaker I». Sharman, 35, Maude Balaton. 36. Stanlataw Ko|odalejr«vk, 24 Wal ervta Tojanda, 20 Oarol J. Monsrhein. 1!> Drtrlt Ver na Pork 21, Elkhart. Tnd i harlea I Ellla. 60. \ IrKinta K Thornton. 32 Edward J. Mnlrar. 25. Lulu V l/infil.n. 2t (leorge Meauesv. 30 Mary Pulieda. 21. Brure Hall. 26. Wanda Pholake. ’0 .lumen .1 Oulnn .10, Helen Davie. 2? Michael Float, 24 Marla Onk 16 Floyd •’ Caldwali. l», Onnetta Johnaon 16 Walter MrHarlan. 21. F.taemeter Fowlar. 2« Eddie Hill. 22. Cbleaao Anna Ve lick, 22. aam*. Hueaell Abra. 27. Detroit, Winifred Die. 22. Vancouver. B < FVed TANARUS» Parker. 26. Julia S Bent- Veniamin Model 22. Father Oordon. **Joaeph WlenaMekl, 2*. Malfforaata A|ekaa. 21 . John RuMn, 23. Jennie Kokren 13 Lloyd A Chorkay, II Hirer Rn»|', Irena M Pattenaude 11. aam# ftoaarlo Coapcda, 16, Olrolaro# Dara. Earl O Bunert, 2*. Fort Wayne Ind . Amelia M Walda. 21. aam# William Simon. 11. Clara Dumaa IT. DETROIT TIMES Policeman Weds Girl Who Won His Love When Hospital Nurse rim L7 si Mi" ♦ * >' MR AND MRS CARL FLVNfk Patrolman t'nrl Flynn became enamoured of Misa Hilda Stephenson during seven months h» was in ILirpr." hospital suffering from blood pni soning. .Miss Stephenson was his nurs lb derided to surprise his mates in the Highland Park police department with a runaway wedolng in Toledo, but the news leaked out. and on th< ir return, the couple were met by the entire Highland Park police force, dressed in parade clothes. Mr. and Mrs Flynn returned. Tin .««Jh>. aft« . an importunate pursuit of the Toledo marriage license clerk. They are living at No. 154 Tvler avp. Pp «|jp g y P#lilLsl ONE CENT A WORD Cash with order. If charged, 7c a line. No transient a lv< rtl :ng In-erted for I»v:3 than I■■ with < ish. if chary*,!. ISc per .n*ert n The above rates ipply t u nil classi fications »\<-ept t.u'h Cards of Thanks. Obituaries M.-ctlnn Notices, etc Births, Deaths, Ctxrdr or Thanks and Mast ini it It mu JS charge. ;isc for 75 words or Eton additional wold, 1 l-3c. Mortuary. I.BNKBMN A’lrr X >r"ii i b*V ed Kmnis te>nercan *• Idem , ' •d:.’;* 1 ':i irv i*\v-a v»- Funeral, I- H dny. nt s ;;o » ni. from residence. nnd ' o'.-|i k fiom Annunciation church mi M«<> tug id, 1916, at th« late reslder.ee N.i Max bury 'lrand axe, Anno E beloved \\ iT-• of t hn and in other of UnMl** L Fto-( Hd xx ard P T.esih M «'»• I * • 'liarl s 1. Munro I'oreml. r-’itur dav. Aug I*> at p m M X t! s < H ' I It K , l\U" .'.l, I I'loX .-.1 l*>*H ' I of gust a ine S. hi : l ’ • de r f.i ■ *of Mi- .toi n t\ .ill." .Mi ' F W c hef ty ill lam Tr, J-'ior. c nil I’.ax m**nd Funsra from »<• ("n e tns M<>ran-si . Silunlvv PPAM\(.T(B \ denc*», ::o ;; tu.< - ,i , m• r i ' r.elox ,1 mother of Ctisrb nt..' Ru el| !’. i, nlngton Funernl froi *' ■ •-x Prrsl' '.nan ohu: -orni r M li iisai, .ind Mavtnir . Fndi\ ttf > nt MX XV/r Xus r* is Hi r. !.I. 11. No i m nir-'o . • . i in.. • v kftnd if X r n V .ix/.<■ Rnrmi it Rochester. M h C. E BIRD ft 0 Fureral Directors 97 West H.mcoi'k Av». Phone Grand 315® Def .'t. Mich HEU* H IM’EIi—MALE \A A V M < \ AAA. BOOKKEEPERS $75; STE NOGRAPHERS, TYPISTS, TIMEKEEPERS. BILLING CLERKS. SUIN'! N(I CLERKS. LEDGER CLERKS, FACTOR'S CLERKS. STOCK CLK RK S. COLLECTORS, GROCERY CLERKS. GO.M”- TO M E T E R OPERATORS. PAYROLL CLERKS. TIME STUDY MEN, STRUCTUR M DRAFTSMEN, $125; RE TAILERS AND TRACERS, SBS; DRAFTSMEN. JANI TORS. NIGHT WATCHMAN AND MACHINISTS. ROOM 401, Y. M. C A BRICK LA YE RS wanted "lor immediate work. Wadsworth Mfg. Cos., Corner Kercheval Ac Conners Creek. BAKKI! «»r I • r w.inted f*>r r* el oven at 656 Itna >'H BAKKM -O • ’ 1 \ 1 Smith.* bakery. D*2 Weal Klixaheth BA K WHS \ : rant, 57 Partner BARBKK *ttad )• «rond im *ea brlna tool# 1653 (trend I.iv.t BAKPr i: ■ I v* over Phone Weal 7J5-.1 BARBER wnnted eteadv, |l3 ’ j over 122 1357 O ffer n < o-i BARBER Steady * lI6U Mb hlnan B<*3" wanted f»., errand* nh.el fu nlahed Oekford ? >r int ns Do. 7 > Howard BOY ' 1 ' **,.• liver and aeeiet In limi .r\ arren weat 1 ' V Vt 1 ' mann’a Dle.mer a- D* m « *‘.sße»u --hlen i 11: i■ i.\ t ii Mark, eael of (llndn ii CAdPKNTKIIB wauled fait and Dliarlevoi* * KXPI K N Cafeteria Clifford and Woodward \VA\TKD—M \I.E M \t’lll .VI sTV wanted for all-around xx-• rk . 1 enks Muir Mfg Cr>., 144 1 j Hastings MAi'III.N’F; MAN f<-»I sash, door and J Inti-tl. . flno-h factory. Frank tapes Cos.. Eighth and Plum! MEN for \x nod working plant Clean xx-ort, ,-ttrd fair wages 7!>3 bafs’ - j ei tp west Mil I I VC. .MACHINE MAN, Ist class A. ni*- Pi 11 ern XX'ork « SLATERS .n.| slaters' tieipers want ed at ..tic. .1 L> Candler Itooflns j Cos . 17 7 Hast iHr It S< >l.f >r.'trus tor i idlator xv..rk I,nng A. mo plant, f’lay and St. Aubln. ' first !n*s ' l tdx Si hi.cndorn & Cowles. 3Ktx I Mt Elliot I. wa - ■ and flrat -cla«s mi nly T.nmh Cr. , 11 •> Htsts. iH *»t .’f>l fpo Ulyn MeOHrrix- Cartage ,XX A N Boy Wtth wheal, readx to xvt.rk Ktnpman Tailor Shop tot l-.hr R XX'XNTKT I s.ntlonnr-' • ngtneer, ref. ** re ri•■ * r> troit (I I Cloth Cos. Fd.t l?2‘v Yet vc. XI \v for * !•>Me. tlon work. h!«o office box Xrxply X<Xl XVash inrton x ol tifft.. manager TOUNtI MAN about 20 wtth uptrl ■ ■ t dm. lore. D.-.t . Pros 7'1.7 XVon.vx rd y 1 ' V •\I". <• !" e,l In time a•' I 'Hi' ' and I \> t t, - De* t otf I’ nd . ■ * r,.,-..,.. 71,* i-jn, t.t.te r MiPENTERS WANTED *• ' ' 'ln - f-i'i ' st. itlx xx. .rk, "X’l c I'l be| xx e* >1 1 gnd * i Xt.-o ! fildg Cos , Broad- XV.* X "at t* ; 1* . female; sfeadv ' t' Xuidx ,*t on. o B iv. 1 11 It d-'. Ch.-C. i X! l h FLA x ppljr south. ■ * ' 1 ' r*- r oi T yl-M- XX* I Ison M m 77M ' . '. r..i. ue|l •'■*', \' ■ t: i • -y '*ld«- Griswold- Ms 3751 P\’ TER? ' ERS Moo-l nm met I men Modern Pat* t rt and Ms. hlnn Cos. ll] State-st Wanted—Two house carpenters and six rough carpenters. Ap plv Wisconsin Bridge Si Iron Cos. Studebaker Plant No. 3, Campau R. R. S' LESMANSHIP AND WHAT IT HAS TO OFFER Come to our office at 7:30 this evening, and hear this address. It is esjiecially given for the young men who want to learn salesmanship. Jf you en ter our employ you will earn while you learn. If you are dis couraged or dissatisfied with your present position, hear this address. It may be the turning point for you to a more success ful career. If you are clean cut, aggressive, and wish to better yourself, you are invited. Address given by our Gen ?ra! Sales Manager, Mr. Thomp son. Remember, 7:30 this even ing, at 1270 Penobscot build ing. FRISCH KORN REALTY EXCHANGE. HKi.r n « vnoo—rr.mai.■ BOOKKEEPER ANI) STENOGRAPHER Mo.On per week. National Roofing Repair Cos., 395-7 Michigan-ave. A TOTTNO MAN >m assistant t»nk ki •-» i-1 »«* K<>n*| penman MO. pctn.ft i A fteferen r e <*o, TOfc Oa* Mil* I'rlnllna—*kr plain n»~ f Mnd—l*«l la rtakt—Tlai»* Job i >r»4.— Mala AA*o >1 I'll* M WTED—KEMAI.IC ‘ ••MPKTKNT MAID for general housework. no laundry work I*s A vary, Grand 1815-J. EXPFRirCNCF.D FUR FINISH KltH and for machine operator* The Rollins l‘o 359 Woodward. EXrFRIENDED STENOGRAPHER State wage* expected. 90! Penob scot bldg KXPF.RtKNCED (’(H’XTKI! gm:l>. Kartsen* safeterla, I'lifford and Woodward KXPF.RTENOKD WAITItI'.HS New York Heetaurunt. IKS Jefferaon-a - . e weat. FUR FINISHERS Experienced fur finishers want ed ; good salary. Apply at once. R. SIEGEL CO. «ho understand sewing to learn the fur business, rapid ad* ‘ vartcenient The llolllna Cos, 350 Woodward GOOD POSITION for girl email fain il\ no washing or Ironing 3y Monterey Hemlock 324-R GOOD WAITRI.BB, K iod \u>p< Ap ply 1311 Gratiot TYPISTS ami Penwriter*. good .‘al ary Hoorn 30rt. 161 Orb w old WANTED- Experienced girl for det icatetaen and grocery Applv 139 Grand River, between * and '* p. ni TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Owing to tne constantly in creasing number of calls, we require additional operators. Pay while learning. Ad vancement rapid. No slack season. Apply Miss Middle ton, Principal of Operators’ School, Michigan State Tele phone Company, comer John R and Madison. FOH SALK—turn EI.UNKOIJA SODA FOUNTAINS, new and need; • team table*, •tore furniture cof fee urn* Easy term* Geo, Mar«h Cos.. 10 East Atwater-at Main 4761. ROOMS—Furniture tor rooms com plete f 1 week Sumner. Mich. A 4th. FT’RNITURH for *nle. Call In morn ing 403 A*h-*t SINGER PIANO sl4* regular 1360 style; rich walnut, thoroughly mod ern; like new easy payment* Rare bargain. ORINNELL RROS.. 245 Woodward S4OO ORINNELL. RROg <own make! Plano for sl9! till* week; mortem In every detail; like new, need short time in concert work. Rare oppor tunity for (|nlck buyer Small pay. ment* t-> suit ORINNELL BROS., 14R Woodward. Typewriter Bargains sls to ISO. direct from factory ea*\ term* UNDERWOOD, ROYAL, C<». RONA, etc. Renting $1.50 up. Largest stock In cltv U S. TYPE WRITER CO. Cadillac 6695 7 r ’nmpu* Marttu*. next Det. opera house. $69 FOR STEINWAY PIANO, carv'd leu*, full 7 1-3 octave*, sweet, dear tone Fine for summer home Pav h» you can ORINNELL RROS’ Branch, 57 Monroe. VIOLIN R \ROATN■ One Austrian vio lin; full slxe. beautifully shaded amber varnish, very fine tone; cost formerly $.15. Used only short time Slightly merred and goes for sls with good how and fibre case Rare opportunity for quirk buyer. GRIN. NELL HRuS.' Branch, 57 Monroe. SODA FOUNTAINS STORE FIXTURES Are you in I he market for fixtures for any kind of store? If so. see our line of »how cases, counter*, wall case*. *. la fountain-, hack bnr«. etc. L'lhtlll* and price* our suc cess -’all Updlllu* 4733 fur sales man Detroit Store Fixture Cos , 16- 30 Catherine-*! , near Gratiot. STORAGE rutnUure. nearly new. oar gain nrb e. Sumner Cos.. Mich A 4th. ron lAlß—vti \vi tors $25 TAKES EQUITY In four lots near Grand Rlver-ave. and Rerlf. td. each h t 35x150 feet good ' 11 p.n f"ur abstract*; price S4OO, or SIOO n lot, $25 takes equity. Owner, box E. No *5. Tlm-r $8,000,000 That la the amount to be axpandart hv • h»* Kurd Motor a l * annouio *'d In this un|ifr, for a part* plant ind other Inrtuatrlaa at »'«kwmvl. W*» hrllrvt hakwonil will he greater I 1 an Mlchlanrt Park. and havr choice residents lota In the vlllap* for sal* on casv terms Take n• I vanlani' of the industrlal develnp ment that will cotnc hy huylnc now f»nlv a few lots loft. All are large lota on • beautiful 110-foot marked boulevard Car ••rvloe nnd all Irn. prnvamenta arr hart \rt now V Ithout obligations «en<t me partial!. lar« of above art Naina Address Fowi,i?R nuos I Rj-30 Dime Hank '‘art 1211 $26 TAKES EQUITY I.arga tract, 110x174 ft, noir Grand Hlver-ave 16 minute* from vty hall flood high land Price |t'*o. Nearby land *e||* at twice this price Balance casv. Otnifr. box Vo M. Times KOH <tl.K—Cl TO W ( »aoHir> NIC HO EDS cn . 424 GRAND RIVER AVE. Another • <ll on nil accessories and parte I.ook Non-skldrte.l tire* IftxiS 19 '.ft plain tlr-x. 12x1 M sft ‘ non-akirtrtcl I'xl', IM plain tlrea, 14x4. 114. non-skidded fires. 94x4. sl4 7f. Itemember. we arc the lowest price store on tlrca and tubes In the rltv Coma and look and act our price* on aeresa orla* PITItaoN |L NOTICE —If any poor *lrl Is in trouble, nccdlni* udiic*. friendship or h»lp, writ* or call on SFKTtK TA HY MARGAFF.T DI'FTT. 1017 Fort-at. W. Salvation Army Private Lessons—English, Mathematics Phone North .1 f7 f *• M » I MMI H Ml -OH I- -i MMI l< HI --'lt t I The Best All The Year Round Climate ir this country la <.p th‘ southeast i ' •' r “ l ' " '’ <lr T' Miami Ana» nuroni'f tampers!\ir« * cur»aa a n.| * »» temnerat ure of « > d»*rot Tan to 1* t**re«« .oter th*re all to.a summer than t realden - .f 11 >« 1 » »<??• ua Information of valua to those look tnc for <- I I" *t .ns We sal. our own farm* iTr.>ve», h.-'ja* and l*>t> it ,4 I r> f " r, 1 '" , nation --heerfulU furn shed an. u ” *ivm« lafa.'e.l Infwrma ' ’ * *»on# M. In 1«2 or call at *nft I'nim Trust hid* TATUM BROS. ttif l fading feat, fitb fikm in n.oniDA rOR 4AI.K-HRSII)M( B PHOPBIITT 3-ROOM HOUSE, $298 Complete material lor oulldlgg m five-room cottage, ss•s Sava fotar profit* Call *O7 Ford bldg., or phone Mam lsso. f NEED money THIS WEEK You nan gat mv EQUITY In J family flat for LESS money than anything equal t" It in thl* city. I mean business. L)o You? ■»n m;r Nlm; m |ill- 8 $5'M( liOH’N boys new modern $-rootn semi-bungalow. Grand 367 Modern Bungalow, $638. Aladdin Home containing six rooms and bath Price Includes all ma teruil . ut-fo-fle No waste of lum ber Quickly erected. Complete Information and catalogue showing a hundred other house* at SO7 Ford M<lg Phon« Main 3660. DICKINSONS GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Prices terms, at'rata and Rumttri of over 209 dlfbrent properties per mrnth A telephone cell will put ▼ou on cuir mailing Hat. Cadlflnn $33. or address Dickinson Reel Estate Exchange. 23 Campau bldg.. Detroit. Mich HI SIM SS umiHTI MTIRI Al tlR's'KRI ATi >EF.‘ for sale cheap If -old at once. Doing a nice bust n«**s Will take vacant property in | hangs 6pply I*l Grand Rlv-r. koh *y i k —r VR tll. ——— COME to Ypatlantt. where life Is worth living ' R 4 and 2d acres clo-e In Good to modern buildings, fruit and shade $4,000 to $9,000 08 acres on car line, building*; run ning water and timber; 1135 per acre: term* The Ypsllantl Agency Do.. Ypsllanti. Mich. M4<III>KR4 FOH *4I.K F< >R SALE Various «t/.e rectangular and cylindrical tanks particularly suitable f«>r all kind* of chemical work Detroit Soap Cos., foot of I.alh-st WASTED TD lIId—MISDKI.L A.IEOl'l CASH for old false teeth, gold cromiA broken Jewelry, diamond*, watches, etc., full value pa*/ Liberty Rfg. Cos. s7_Woodw’d, Vai floor elevator. TO RE6T-HOl'sß». ~ -■ i ■■ —i ii. ■■■ ————— Hannan Rental Agency A free list of houses and flat*. Call In neraon at the oldest and largest real aaiate exchange In Mlehlgna. 1 McGRAW BLDG. STOWAGE AND CAHTAH ACME Stoiage mammoth warehouse. Storage, moving M 89$. 41 Oilman. CENTRAL BTORAOK C 0.7 moving, packing, fireproof, ratea right. Mo tor van* for nuburbao moving. Phone Cadillac 4k. ROEHI. BROS.. Storage, Cartage and Parking Office, 16$ Alfred. Ride- 111 PARTY MOVING to California can rent part of car. Ontral Storage Cos.. Cadillac Rl. * WANTED—TO EXCHANGE CASH FOR FURNITURE LAREAU MAIN 2904 TO RENT—ROOM A HOTEL ThRANKLIN Cor, Lamed and Rate*—only a block from Woodward and Jefferaon-avoa. and only half a block from the new Interurban waiting room. BstTR fine rooms at 7sc. *1 and lI.M par day FOR *4l E—HioSORTS FOR SALE AT LAKE ORlON—Two atorv boarding house, $1 rooms. stc«m heat, hnrn, woodshed, chick en park, outside caller, large gar den. Dr C. A DeCou, lock box iii P' -ni ac, Mich. MONEY TO LOAN . CONSTRUCTION LOANS Liberal amounts J. F Weber. SO4 Gratlet. WE BUY LAND CONTRACTS.. Detroit Land Contract Cos. sl3-813 Hammond Bldg Cad. Mid. K , TOMomi.E* Prompt shipment and quick erection make thl* Aladdin garage a bar gain For further Information call *#o7 Kurd bldg Phone Main 3860. CONTENTED? IF YOU ARE NOT. THEN WE DID NOT SELL YOU YOUR CAR The WintonCo. HAVE SOME MORE OF THOSE Real Bargains IN Used Cars WIN TON SIXES HUDSON SEDAN ABBOTT EIGHT MICHIGAN 10 E. L. kS. JACKSON BITCK OAK I AND SEDAN AND MANY OTHERS 1270 Woodward Market 4733 OPEN SUNDAYS AND « EVENINGS PAGE 9