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SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1916.
STORK I.KATS “REAPER” 2 to 1 IN MICHIGAN < ( <iiitliiard from Page Onr> influenza. one; fHiirtT 23t*: no h-iuv. 17'! In addition to the abov«‘ there wire lls deaths enured from heat during July of which hav ing occurred in ib-troll Pnlloniye litis, .infantile paralvatiH, caused nine deaths during tin* month. T* tuiuh caused two deaths, and pel lagr.i. one durttin July As compared with the month im mediately preceding hu increase Is noted in the number of deaths re turned from typhoid fever, diph theria, diarrhea, *sneer and vlo lence. A si la lit (ieerixtao is noted in the number of deuth returned from fttberctilosls of lunga, other tuber* u loais, scarlet fever, measles. whoop Inc cough, pneumonia, meningitla and Influenza The greatest mortality rate is for the county of l.ttce. This county *iso shows the highest birth r»»e per IdOO estimated population for the month, such rate being fi7 2. Ann Arbor shows a mortality rate of “99 per 1,000 estimated population This figure ought to be examined further before definite conclusions should be drawn as ail transient deaths are Included in the to*al This city also shows the highest birth rate for the month, which is 4S 6. Munlslng and lonia are n**xt with a rate of 4 and 11 5, reaper lively, per 1,000 estimated popula tlon. Dotrolt being a close third with a rat** of 41.0 p«-r 1,000 • .stimated population. There were 7.2*3 births returned to the department as having oc curred in July. This number ropre s»*nts an annual birth r.Pe of 27 per 1,000. An increase of l"x births is noted as compared with the month Immediately preceding. In addition there were 2*3 stillbirths returned as births, but not included in th*' above total. GUARD IN VORTEX OF CYCLONE Kontlnel from rase llnrl Iteamer Krt knurs overdue from Puerto Mexl r> ihe carried s crew of 2’. but the fumher of her passeng* rs is n*'t known, t.’nl* sa rhe pu nt*> ban or Mexican port there Is 1 1 • v ed to be little hope of hei b.tvlr.- w-eathered the gale The fishing fleet from tht* port Is also unreporti and Tb* -mall * ifi* 1 are believed to have be* n on the (’ampecho bank-* w* en struck by the storm. The bm nf»uniehip Nn araugua. which h:t.- been ashnn <>u T*adr*» Island for, some tlmefl is r> ported to bav*> broken up Reports from Corpus Chri-tt trid; < ate that city sustained the g-. ,*;>*. damage of any of the gulf por*<. Rv ery cottage faring ttie gulf there l« reported to have been dnnoli-hed and a Mg I.non fi.ot p|e* ure pier wrecked No lo of life Is report* <1 from there, the inhibits ts having taken refuge on the high Mus \«. -t of the city, where they would he safe from the highest e.i* SAN ANTONIO. Tex , Aig lit All c ommunleitt lon, tu-v* gov* rn ment wireless hns been 1 * f oipli of her* and army nffUers enrlv tod a v.ere stlli a a’lng detail of tin* 'laniag*' ereat* l by the G If bum care UrownsYlll* ana ether army camp« along the l<*w*r rj.» (J rn n* I * latest report- from G*m Parker »t Fort Frown. staU-d that t* nt» ha I been leveled, the *ienp fled* 1 ,*r:d the Illinois, low < and Virginia mili tia forced to move In*** nubile build ings. H< ad led however, H,» tlx* worst of Hie •*> -i . pponred tr> have pa * *e*l N * !o- ' of life a■« r* ported A m< * f r nn F.l Paso sal ! Private ( hatha J bn. in. *>( tuc Se* er.'b I'nlt- and .State* infantry va? k.ll and in b*s lent «: port lilUs by iigV'ninr tpb’r soldiers n* arhv were stunned Wat*; ran through the eamps of y»e Pennsylvania, Massachusetts. South f’nrolinu nd Michigan National guar*! EIGHT-HOUR DAY FOR TRAINMEN IS JUST DEM AND 1 from I'nsc Onrl on behalf of the rn* n or on behalf of the railroads i hut exoorun'' wnnld be h definite guide to th« In terstsfe Commerce commission fo* eia/npl*. In df »<*rmlnln< whet In r .■ •I consequent'* of tll> change, it would be rr< * ;»r> m l rigid to iit thort*e an increase of ru'** a' handling and earring- ot fi-lgld (for passenger service . not ifT* <t• <l» "I therefore, proposed that tit»* demand for extra pay for overtime made by the men and the root in tent proposal of the railways be postponed until fa* Is shall have taken *he place of calculation* and forecast* with regard *<» tin* effert of a < haute to the i idil liimr day . that. In the meantime, while expert rnre was developlnt the facts, 1 should seek, and If need be, obtain authority from the congress to ap :*dnt a small bodv of Impartial men ♦ o observe and thoroughly acquaint themselves with she results with a vi*-a - m reporting to congress at the earliest possible time the facts ills c’osrd by their Inquiries, but with out recommendation of any kind end that It should then be rnMr» Iv open to either or both parties to the present cor»iT,versy to give notice of a termination of the present agreernenta with a view to Institut ing Inquiries Into suggested read Just merit of pay or practice. "This seems to me a thoroughly practical and entirely fair program and I think that the public has the right to expect its acceptance*.” The statement was Issued Just utter 22 railway heads had assem bled at Ihe White House to giv** their reply tej the preposition. iTeal dent Holden oi th« It a told the piesld'nt that they continued *o stand for arbitration me* did not l>« lieve- it t igV to ask them to aban don Hint prlneuule lie made it plain boweve*r, that Ihe fell poser of at torn*) to reject or accept the prvMdent'* plan lay flnalh with the railway managers committee who are still in the city, but vho have not participated in any of the con f« reneea with the |.resident since tlie railway cxc utlV* s nirived It is ex pew led ih.u lefoi*- the final crisis li.es b*sjn reached ‘he railroad lUHtiager. will be ask* and t » Ihe White Heiu*-*- to lnilie-ate whether they will accept or r*-J * i tin* pr* >ujeut’s plan. Thitie is s'rong Indication today that rather than teject !• and precip itate :» i t ilk**, tli«y will ask for more /line and further conferences. The president.'* intimation that. Hi*- intei* ate com’uiico commission might be.* • xje ■ led to give a very fair consideration to rule incrftftHoa, if the* elglit hour u&y change 1* made, i on* of tlie things the man ac* r* w i.-ii to *h ur up Tin* pr*- id' ti* clo *-(l tin confer ence with a ’.o in utiles’ addles* ,n the j,resident He aid that It wan "h condition, no' a | nnciple” which I at -ti.ki* in the pr* sent negotia tions It w oultl be unfair and Im practical to insist upon i*rhitratlon when the m**n liav** repeatedly re f«t -*-el it and w hen tiier** i- no a\ s t< m or law to romped It, In* added Me -aid he could not act as a • dr** but only make suggesting. He < ff* r* i he said w lint he In i • veil was a praetlcal means of meeting tin* situation and urged the evecutlv* st 0 p u r if Into eft*-Ct When the eouintl.slept lih been appointed it ran *ee how it w*irk and tin n (he real i.iets m the iic will >o*ll* to light, in- sa i>l Pen din' an investigation by tiji.- < oinuiu sior, the prerider.t saj.; t 1i«a» lie was forc'd b\ i w id** tliff* renc* of eipin loti on tin- part *»f the men and th* tnanage'rs ns to th* task of apply ing the * hour day |.iiitcip!* in t.iil'Auv opera'lons, and that be him i* If wa. o’*vii*U •|\ u abl** to jtlil ;** whli h contention v*n ri.dr HUGHES NOT IN STATE ROW "" * if itntlimrtl from e*«r Onrl * tj il • t* pha is during Ids speec h on n d* rii.iii*i for greater efficiency iit g<nernm**nt. a higher tore of Arner lean life at id leadership, and a for > 'gn policy Hurt will command th* r*> t>< > t of th*- whole world. H • denounced the Democrati* ' rtrr (>oll* y an 1 i-serted tiiat \m* * i a was ave*l from panic by the t*u«in*- * t* r* and two y* ,ir* ago by the f'nrop* in add**d that he did not !«-li<\* that "**ren th** Kurope.in war ear save the |>i'irto < r.uii party fiov Hughes d**l«red strongly in favor of pr* par* di ••* * and «Hi>l he dt I not l*eli* > ** tiur*- is any *laug*-r *>: n- 1 ’It • rl*-nr in tin- country add in "Hi* *linc*-r is all th** ..‘tie: w ay ” (lit *:i lx Ins; *tf i»oltt i< wlt b * i-tn alwnv l>. v d ti covem t'Ctit, lull uii.il>; politics and tt.’li- f tv prep. *rattons tl>< v.or.'t thing that * .it, happen to a re ion. ' R*f*;'it'g to Mexico an 1 tin* Wr.i r rt; i, *\ position, <: •■ v lluulnr <!•*• elated 'VS #■ ni!*-rven* and, but w* did noi ,-tay ;r* *r** ti*<l \V<* luid an iritet v* tu*n f<>r n i.noiil* f urpo.-o an I * retr*-at vitho'it a* complisliin.: inytiitng * *e j » tin eh rtructiein of th« t’ulv ge»eminent Mexico hid ‘ A'*- d*. not wan' any l in? tor.” in aid in cci’xlu ten Wo do not want an,, lira Lire*■*< i<> \t ** <;t* not ag i.-es-H* Hu' tit** Haiti' ‘Aiiicricau * l(i/i •> tgh' to 1- ,* • piouel ,*. till* a . ti mat *; ■* w* n ;m*l ouA,hi to i\< In power >f tt*- T’nlted St lie-. gov* tn*n**nt • int.d t» tverv where on (hi « atth " TEUTON TRENCHES ON «-MILE FRONT ARE CAPTURED (I ii ii linur >1 from Page One) v.mro that brntiKM ti * British lines cl*. * r to thr fortified village of Mar tinpulch. onr* of the lomu Gr-rtnnn *■ trongholii* Still further oast Iho BrPisli firm-** tin from the west ern out* klrt* of GuiUt*monf ;in*l prt tru; in no.- hwt*«t of Ih«* Utwn * |iHir*-*l liustlle pnaillotiH imtwxfn it* , v ill*- wood ~nd t Irn’hy, cniiiurlng also Grrnmn positions in the «>r* h ards north of l.ongttevnl f’FTHOfHIVD, All*. !».—llwtvy fighting Ita- liifikep « ui on ihe Kux -1 h n fr*>nt east of Kovel ufl«*r n lull of «evt-ral <lhv* whlb* tb* llussinn« 1 Tf-H.sed their advantace in Uftlkd.t at I to t«r tho ( irpittiilan- The war ofiflco today announced that in stubborn liirMiuf; «)*»ng the Bfochod river, Hie rynr's troops l>t»• K• * ilirotiph the ViDtro-Grrman position and CAptured the town of Tobol) A considerable advance wa * sc«ir* and In this fighting. Further south, near Rvinichl, tha Rtl-litti* r**p.ilsed eight desperate enemy attack that followed a heavy bnmharrtnifint. In the I’rlp* t m.irvh district north ca t of K*>v*'l the Htistlar.s raptured enemy positions west of ljike Nobel, in the rhenl-The river region l/JNDON, \tig 1» --Pliant Dl inch tuna, tnitr.tnglng the farp**tt« German 12 ren'bneteni. are piavlng a moat important »e»l«* in th** allmd advance on boll) bank* of Hit* Somme. IHaputche* from Hi* French front tenluy revealed for In** firtt liino the* pie once* e*f the «• to w artillery mon stera CapaM* *>f throwing every two uilnui* a six II w**lghing n<*arly ;i t«»n, ill** n**w al'icd e-annons me bbiwlng great |ioi**s In tlx* German works and s>n tcmailc&ll) leveling fortiti«*'l villages 40,000 PRAY FOR SAVING OF SOULS <i untinii**«l from l‘R«t linn Friday, was addresaed by l>r. Isaac Wurd and G**orge M Sunday. W. R. Farrand. of the Farrand, Wil llama & Clark Cos . has accepted the chairmanship <>t th<* committee on boys’ work a phase of the campaign wdiich ia tonsld**r*-d of ihe utmost importances. On Nov. C, f**llowing th*' close of the "Hilly” Sunday services in the tabernacle, a monster parade of adult Sunday school daps members from the various churches of Dr trolt will be* held in »b<* down-town st reels The para*le is to b<- held as a pub lic demonstration of th** strength of the nible da * work at tlx* close of the* campaign, and as an added in centive to 1 •*• p the work of conver sion going on I' is estimated that approximately l">,onn will partid pate In the parade. Supt. Kldridge has been brought to !*etroit from Cineinanti by Hi*- Htate Sunday S**b*Kil association and has held conference* with (Jeorg*.* M Sumlay and Hr. Is»* h - Ward, of th* Sunday parly, and with Secretary A G Stitder, of the v M. C. A. Mr p'ldridge will have chary* of tix adult Hibl*> class w**ri< it. the st ite, bit will confine his or g.tnizatlon work to l>**troit <lur:*i th«* Sunday cainf aign. Member of th> Sunday partv ar« in the h.ibi* of living together aft*r tile fashion of one big family, but s** far they hav* he* n unable to and rn In iH-troit. M**r be-r< of thf party hav* been ho'ts* hunting ic vain o far. CAR JUMPS TRACK; TRAFFIC OFFICER PERILED, 1 HURT T*atl » Od:c»r Walter Itrtinnr. nrtr rnwly **s aped d*alh, ami several pH-i'iigi-r- w* r* iiij* ir * *l. Krxlay aft ; ••rnoor; slim a 'outit bound Wo* >1 wardave. ,-ar split •* switi-h at Woodward till ! Victor arcs . Jumped *h*> tra> i and ran into Victor ave. break ng Drumni semaphore. I'. H S' - watt. No 2328 12 Wood ward av*- M Morrison. No. 1909 Mt Klliott ;*v*« Mrs l> l.angley, No t F**rris an>l Mr Nagih I*: N»> (t*. Ford ave passen g* is nn th* e ar. ts*cc v* and tumor cuts i.tul rul - - #»'ng glass Tw*-ntj mini****' after the acn !*•• t another >ar J * in. p»* el th<* tr*> - k *t »fir • tn*- place*, narrowly missing th> traffic * fficej l)ii* no on** was hurt Thl- i H* fourth time* ir. - jumped *h tr. k t * V * oriu r Mortuary. e 1 I III! \ nr-'. * W n >1 * * > * .)( 't a* . it.', fi* t h r *>f 11 :* 11 v it I \Jt J r V>..*ds *.f Uiidtnirv * *nt \\ iM.i iii ri,. ..i* ..r n*. (.it* Tix \ W nkt■ *• w II T*-nM*-.d ftrv'i ’!:• !<* vlm ; -ill It *<> th>* \v . • ni. i mi i ...|i rn in.ln* .v -i < *,* * -i ait He *rrv Aiblet*-r \.« . i*i'*l tiarflld V M .■I |. I 111, I # .))*> stcii to H t t end UII IIV V IIIV V i IT '-•-mil. I t ... t*. -.1 h-i yt.-i net of Ii no- and fa* h**r * f Vl* i Merl** *ixl Mart * \gnes \ *■«'*■*;• ♦»> - **r*l -..*i iif Mr* tan.. v . rt|ii ,: n I' meiMl It. in r< -rtern'e >.o .it .1 'n. t ion-i*v *>, Momil* v * 0 .10 i*. 11l II VII\ Ik I V 1.. I . air- ** iit *■ n. S'n t s W ‘****l wi* l and av* . \y ,2.1111 t n.r*.. IS \rmn tt.d.osd h ici.eix! *.f Ain* xl.i a ixl f.iilx-l of II l(* tp <•- >n Pfivlrn, Mar'it. an.t Vr inn Dahnke 1'1.n.-rel \T*>ndnv n* p n* from r* stdem-**. Srl.lVV t*a'r.(, .1, \j.M IT 88-*t .. 7 . I-* i In.- iixl «*f l 0.0 t• ii ii. ,V '!ln*i *TV • I ‘iinabry I fsttiei off Harm, ,V. il 1* met Msrgctel l.vl** hr I of ii •' n McGinn I uti ra’ f* *ti famlti- r**sxtrr.c. Vn Ha Id *v In-i* * < M'lx'av x to ** *n in<l si *’ti irles Horomoo church, a* 0 Me V%>l% It V Vos IS, M* r * st tier r »!den** No r.r 1.-iwton t*s |o\**d «|f. of th** tat* Patrick ili Varmint :imt ni.*:h*-f of Mi ■* T. i M.ij-pihan Maiy John t* Thom as I'k nn<t Mi In*. I IT M Vnrnai.v t'unerst, M>.n>ls' at x *.< «. rn. fi-«im rcsxt n ind ; : t. Vin **iit's chur.'h at 0 r. E. BUM) & GO Funeral Directors 27 Went JLinco k Ave. Ph*xee Grand 31C* Iftatro!-. Mich IfKI.P W tM'Kb—VUl.fi BKfCKI *AVEKS wanted for immodiate work. Wadsworth Mfp. Go., Corner Kercheval A: Conners Creek. CARPENTERS WANTED 50 first Ins- flnldiers. Ht«-a>ly work; h.-st wage:* Cull between 4 and 6 P n*. Mm lain Bldg C*>, 32 Bread way. CARPENiLLS t.i . ontru'-t bnich lntu*i on four family fiat Apt*ly Maclean Build ing c. i, *2 Hi end way. aixth floor Y**t N'l MAN fur internal grinding Michigan Gear g- i-(ngin*-*.rlna C-. tj 13 NV xdhridga west, third door. BARBER wanted at once first-claM w*ii t*man 26S Nit* tilgan. BARBER wanted, s•*, »v*r $7 Iff Dul> us B \i:m:R xmitnl nt "42 Michigan. |fi; '4 ever |7 Rl EFER an<l pollahar, *la> time \l"- tual El** trl* X Mai hinc Cos, 232 W Fort fi XPFRIENCK.D PRESSMtM wanted at 13 4 I ,»i la v>t te hi vd west F. XT*E RIRN'CICD finer layers Apple *ift*-i 7 Ca*l 3**fip or lift Adam* K PHntlna— thr plain nrat kind— That l> right—'Tlmr* Job Itrpt,— Main 4320. ■■ft m p o > r p/OES ONE CENT A WORD Cash with ordrr, if charged. 7c a line. No transient a 1 ver'lalng Inserted for leas than lUc with cash; ts charged. 18c per Inserfie.n. The above rate* apply to all claaal flcatlona except Hirthe. ''arels of Thanka, Obituanea Meeting Notice*, etc. . Births Heaths. Cards or Thanka and Meeting NMlcea Mlnlnnyn rhiii for 26 wt>rdw or Eacn adelltlonal woid. 1 1-Sc- HM.r IVANTED—MAMS EXPEHIKNCED fixture men 1011 Gratte/t. _______ EXPKRIKN<*ED grocery ©Jerk. 240« K. jafferaon. Kl.Ot*Ft end feed packer, steady w< rl< lie< k Cereal Cos, fit»9 VVeat Fort MACIHNiaTft wanted for all around work Jeoka A Muir Mfg Cos. 1441 Hast Inga. MACHINISTS Good, all-around men Mutual Electric A Ma htne Cos.. 2”2 \\'. «t l-'ort. SAMPLE BODY MAKERS and dress ers steady work. 12 Richmond. C'. Young ' proposition 10 to 12 141 East Can. field, r* ar. VVANTEI* »t once, experienced hat anil ir<nt.-' furnishing goods sales man rmixt t..> a hustler fjenrge A 11. tn >, R 5 Mb hlgun. v ANTE! io first repairman and on, *.olor.d porter Wetrnore */ nn Cos, "T't IJast Jefferson. v %ntei» Mat to worl n errant - «•! \ l;i -.ton creMinery, .17 T lan wood \ - 920 Russell. YOI'NG MA? etween !*• ind 1 1 for p. t • nas - il. .-limn r*etroit Bond A T(ef. retire Cos. IPS *s.is bldg. y. *• -. MAN wanted foi thratcr u. rk (n i ilr*. Cotnl*|uc Theater 1* J"i Bro**<lw*a v. nOCTOi; WANTED to travel, pleasant, profitable, perma nent position for one who can qualify. Write l»ox 587. Mil waukee, Wisconsin. PATTERNMAKERS i W’oo-l and met I men Modern I’at trrn and Mu bine Cos. 121 State-st ■WANTIN' Salesmen t«< start no* lntei than Sept f.. Salary or *om ni ii F-'trst-elsss referent**-- must ■ ■ ®i at ion Slat" \Y llp Cos. Westfield. Mans y • *1 \ . M \S' *.f rn»il habits t.> take i ... of rn t sil. real estate of n < Most- Hought. n Cos.. Hickory •>’, X*? Wanted—Two house carpenters and six rough carpenters. Ap rly T Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Cos. Studebaker Plant No 3, Campau ani K. R m i i* w \> n l» — I ! >1 AIE i'OVPKTKNT MAH' for general h i v»t k no w iishing, refer* n« ea requir'd l ist *X.t . A NEAT <SIRI, to wilt on tsld. In b- .11 <i .ng h 'ii at on e 64 1..• • i -1 ••* >M pt-ITKVr lilltl. for second w »: a A t>P i x Cl - *’a «s- av e. .-<>i \r i ; 1 1.1. I.nn.'h * **unt«*r M <• i.. .< xt *-nt It «t. EX pi • I EN> *ia» tiotel switchboard operator \pply i-htrf op. rntor. Tulb-r hotel E\r*v t take . harge of • Mu.-' u st n.'graoFier Tt 4- 4Da bob -st ® 1(11.1, for rf.neral housework tv*.' i vn p-r-sons 10'* Erskine, - t. n Brush and .John R. ill'!, r. r light houn w'ork goo.i horn*- f> n week Address 4!'3 \Y Kirby avc. BTI INOdRAPIIER (4 perienced ) foi i . w*-eks’ relief work s I t. ur and goo.l pay Mr Palnx-t, 1-srr.tnd. Willi mis ,x t'lark WANTdb A ’x nsher with* expert* i .)■ * j-t.-.x-lv **i j'b>yimm 1 Vpj.'.v A!.... •i -1 * - r i.--i trftutxlry, tH*T Mt> hi- Blurd . Toledo, o. W ANT ! • young woman for (aundrv of ft* < . th* c loss Ell ' *i«et h- -t e.i st WVVTKI* Thoroughly experti-need girl* for tat ebt a. Mark W Allen w 1 o . I -’2 Mi< hiusn \\ WTIM* l*i«n<' pbiyet p. t i snow, Arudc Theater. 4*6 Mast ing** TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED Owins: to the constantly in* creasinjr number of calls, we require additional operators. Pay while learning. Ad vancement rapid. No slack season. Apply Miss Middle ton, l*rircipal of Operators’ School, Michigan State Tele phone Company, corner John K and Madison. you * x i,k—hi aipiix k ntour.it t v 2-FF.AT $7,700 NORTH WOODWARD r 4' . * rooms r*n<l l>nili enrh brb'ti witlj in basement fln> t*-rlor. garnne, u sacrifice. Call Mi S I*l tei PARK Klt, SCHENK X PHY 701 Majestic Bldg Main s''^ n • • FT AT 94 • o*ie-hi«lf rash. Caters.>l) Bros A • Cu , (*, f i Or i- XX*. .Id ■st Mi l n • COTT AUK Huml obit >*' • • rooms, pile* light Mi ,\ 11•-n cm • •• on tiros ,y Cos, 171 Hri-w- t>l • st., second floor. Choice Duplex Nnrih Woodward. SO-ft. lot, side ilrlve. garage. X bedrooms, hrxtne l letllni--, Ereni'h d«'*irs A r«r fi"" home and invMsttnsnt Shown by appointment onlv MALONEY CAMPBELL REALTY C'* , ROt .Eras Press Bldg M.-iober nf Detroit R *1 t •* *te B w 1 New Home Brick. 6 rooms and bath. 4 bedroom* and sleeping por. h, fine attic, stcar' 1 sat. open fireplace, Kren h doors Close to *at and schools. Shown by appolnlmsnt «>nlr MAI,*'N) Y-C VMT'BFI.L REALTY CO , 604 Erse Press Bldg Member of Detroit Heal Estate Board DETROIT TIMES FBIt v \ I K—IIMIIIKM'K I'HOI'KRTI 5-ROOM HOl si-: 9298 Complets material i< r ouiUltng a five-room ccttfcg* s2!*x Save four J>rofita Call •*7 Ford bldg , or t>hone Main 4860 i PEN S \ T. \ND SUN. 420 DR EX El. AVE. I to 6 t> ni. ix w uoetei o bungalow i *>|o ,nni; looms, <le< t>lnu |ior.*h, ■elect on 1* floors and finish thmugfii out lwig*- living room, sjiaelous •lining i .'rn with vvlnd«*w 'e u, ,im. t*t* si -.ed kitchen, v'.ll arranged All c*.(ii|.|«*t, will, sh.-td* ch.mde ' * i- ■' 1.1; - * .*>l if,. • t- < »nly * ‘ " v fl t. rin - I.* -ii 11 v,*ii 761 M**ni*tp|Ue, of tlx- -nme t.p -, nt II 220 *x lx ■* ..n • ’-•f-ll n, En-lbi'vn, etc I’hon*. for ■ ufo V >ST-H*d ill T\ cm. Builder* **n>! i>wn •• i 77 *j If ,* mlll>i n- nv e 111 * k orv 2756 TVVO-FAMILV FT*AT 1 i*o \’nn Cm oi ,*\. ii. hi Warren ■*ud .luro ib n ar bn.- *1 rooms, bath, furnace hard wood floors. ' *e■ * rlights, f*ill ha ement Turn.*. AI, EX WATSON vtc, Hammond Bldg ASHLAND AVE South of Jefferson j *>i ■ «. i>il* t, cellar, »• * rag. lot >'• I .me row lent on- inoi.u 1 it ami him <-hold fuirillute, all t -i t ’ rer 1 « v 7. AI.EX WATSON • fit Hammond Rblg Modi m Bungalow. $638. Aladdin II containing * \ rooms and hj**b Price Includes ali ma terial '-ut il, ‘it \o waste of lum ber C,* ii !.1> erected. niplcte Inf.•rrvi 1 1 <,n a*>d i-'itnlo •:e ‘-..vvinsr n h'tndred nth* r hop e*< nt 607 Por*! t>l 'r F*h* n,* Main ixca 626 CAMPBELI G I moderij .em 1 - Ini p-j a li. " iv hex ten EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldp. DICKINSON’S GUIDE FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS Price*, terms. *t r *e and numbe** of ove;- ?nn different propertle* per month A telephone > all will out Ton on our mailing list Cadillac SS3, or nd*lres» Dickinson Real Estate Erc’-nnge. 2.7 Campau bldg. De tro i * v* h I (HI RAI.H —1 VI VH ton RFDDIO. <0 I’T . J'*.’. 1 ' terms Prcxej, 2h ft t*.*.fi. terms. i'luilrn<*r«, north. $S7‘., t* rm« * »vvnsr Hickory 27x6 ““HOMER WARREN & CO. VACANT E \ST SIDE Whitman 47, ft B!.fififi T,a kevlevT H"WI ii. lit B* >lford - r<l n* .n Een-heval " 2 '•> «'ont ip. -i* t• 1. *’. - * corner . fi"o Elsbcr-rd K. n- ing t• >n -id . 4,2fifi 1-71 ix.-- on .... ... 1.1 80 Ftnsch ■ 6- r >" Lenox . . M.-.ol> • -.k , fl 2.6"fi NCP.TH W* ' iTW V r*T> 7 M le rd n. *• M •>1 x\ n rd. ft * 7" TV, t.b, n* r Third, 7c H . "..77.fi Pvron 'Of* Ear - iml 2.2 ■" !7-»s**r 2.7'fi Atkins-.n r* at 11 an* 't ■ m " ° Jos* phin* t *ui > >,*< 'RTMWFST Twelfth. Pa I 1.-iwar- f, .* *• Blaine.. 14*0 I'm lid, ,>o 'tt 1 X-1v 1 n «**b 1 S7>» Blaine, ne i I vt. i 7x) ft... 1 "fi" Lougf. Bow ne t* M l 1-on 7t "no T*' lor. n* ’ D, XT*-: .... 1.830 Dexter, cor Ltiwrcn*-*-, ft .... 60 <B.viston*-, near I.lnwood 9 fi .Tfl'i.r* Tfifi 1.19 T VMl't: W'tvr PRi 'PERT*.' 4’ !Tli r.- I-'iIK immediate s\lk. xr \ i v >; <m: . *ll MBER OF COMMERCE North Woodward \ r arant Exceptionally Good I ots for Builders, Gonsequently Good Investments 70 > t ..n ■ u. f h -d. I’ > .*••;>non.-i *x > r I ... k nia n fI 0 p. r foot "o ft >.n KeudaP-ave 11.1'fi Twi-lflh-sl c'lmi ..ml '* 't* adja cent on n> ri h - 1 t* .-f Pa - i*-n*i a v>- for quirk *nb heb w market prl<’, : ' .' mi o down 41 f* -ou'l.vv."* orr-et H rn-an and Tv Ir-r. S7O t ci-. e.i, t 30 ft.. - utii - id*, oi Tyler, w. st of 'lcitn *n ( ii::- k> • (■ . r > 6® ft . north sMe of n i Mon, ne u * •I'kn in, has than ii. l p* r f*'"f --•" f [ op Spen <r, n* .a W. oil v* a t «1; R-mile-rd »wn>*r nuist "11 to. ft Boston -b!\ ■* . « ..'.fi The Asam-Richardson Cos. Call Ch» n V 66 0 4ift M* Tat Bldg rOH il \ 1.1. MIX! til \ \ l <tl X S* >D.\ EOENTAINS. new and u*e>l; vt* am tables, . hi|i* furniture, cos fe, inn* 1-7 n«y term* C.eo Mar-h Cos. JO limt Atvvater-st Main 1751. ~SODA“ For NT aI ns ” STOLE FIXTURES Arc '■•.ii in the marl*. f • fixtures for an. kind of -tore" If -n ee our lit o'V < > Miters, wall * a.'«•.*. si**la fountains back bars, etc Qunlit' n*d pfl«-ea our sill - its *’* P C.idiltai 4 . for .«al«**- * nn Detroit St -re Fixture Cos., 16- Ift <hi ib.-rine - st.. i|..;ir Kritlot BOOKKKT’ Ks, stenoernpnera and general offle,- help vxlxhtrig posi tion. kindly < all or -aril, tin- Dat.v B Mill, r Ay-'Muy. 526 Chamber of Commerce. W l > PA HV \ TKR HARI *W( W >D FLOOR i.iNTRMToR NEW OR old * WORK DONI.. (NO DI'ST) M l- ST 2173 W Liberal Loans on Real Estate Money to I can on Vacant gerund tnxrtg.g. b’»ns on realt-. Will t*uv eq.il' e In vacant l<-ts and improve,! pr, pert v EBERT, 309 Ma j< stic Bldg. Typewriter Bar grains |L* to 46ft >' i > * from f 'orv. en*\ 1 e-ms I'M'KIIU'* "*>t • ROY VL. Cos It* *V\. *-f R. t >ii *' 7." nn Largest it,-,' i. ,* t \ P s |*Y RE WRITE.!: Cos. r ... I I ' 6a*». 7 Cgmpus M.r tins, next l*«-t opera h iuse. R f»o M > nt* co m plete |t w"**K Sumner. Mich X <th. FTRS’ITERE for sale. Call In morn ing 10.7 \sh- «1 gTOUAtJE niin'i'i"' ncarln* w, t.sr galn prl> e Sumn-rC'-* vJich \ 4(h I.ikk %m» imni pnovritiK TU’NGAi nw SITES ON A LARGE LAKE with splendid troll* v -> rvic. f r, Detroit, w la* • '. a r - illy \* It • • J«xv the cool b e. x* v* ith the safest hathing I.*- ."Ii In tlx* t f. Boating nn I II lout \• r\ lits I*- <asb is n. cdcd Kvet v m-.d- u fort an>l cotiveni- r.. f i you bet'* Write of photx JITDSON BKADWAY GO. 583 Malestli" p'dg Phone Main 4' It* t \ < it v \ii i * yii - I v i * nr. Charlevoix <*n.»d modern r«‘tdencc *> rooms, on easy t.tinn *.|- wit/ take vacant lot at right pr*> e. $ t.r.fifi EBERT, 309 Majestic ItMjr. Near JefTerson Modern Bungalow. $.3,600 f*n paved street; a cm home, 5 rooms, hath and furna e, easy term-' or w. 11 take vacant lot EREFtT. .309 Majestic BlcU. FOIt SALK —M It i:\ <> IC. REDFORD ACREAGE Five mlnut*-*' walk from Omml Riv «*r. on nuty at right prn •* or will exchange. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. w wrki>—io kT\7~*i tVt.Tr CASH FOR FURNITURE LAREAU MAIN 2904 i«• KKA I—BOOMS HOTEL FRANKLIN” Cor, Lamed and Mat**-—only a blork from Woo Iward and Jrn«raon-avaa. and only half a block from the new lnt« i urban waiting room. Kxtra ftrj'* ruonm at 'sc. It and 1t.50 par dav _ __ i nit BA LB—REIuRTI Knit S\T.T7 AT UKK ORION -Two- Htor.v boarding house. 21 rooms. Hi am hrit; burn, wnodshM. chick* *n park. outHlde cellar, large ';ar • ti pr C A DcCou lock box M MONBI l O l «> \ S CONST KI 'CTI ON L O A NS liberal amounts J. F Weber, JO4 Gratiot. WE BUY LAND CONTRACTU Detroit Land Contract Cos. *lB-8U Hammond Bite N * ,t ' W %NTKIJ I O 111 i —mImCELLANBOI a CASH for old false teeth, gold crowns, broken lew elry, diamond*. watches, etc. fu'l value pnji Liberty Kfg Cos H 7 Woodw’d. fli or elevator. TO HUNT—HOI BH> Hannan Rental Agency A free list of houses and flats Call In rerst n at the oldest \nd largest real estate exchange tn Michigan. 1 MefJR.WV HLIXI PRN MON |L NOTICE—If any poor girl la In trouble, needing advbe. friendj>riip or help, write or cull on PKO'ufC ; TART MXRGARKT 1)1’ KFY, 1017 Fort-st. W. Salvation Army. Private Lessons—English, \ . ■ ho n a No r t WANTED—REAL BSTATB WILL BU\ equities in vacant lots, improved property or real estate under foreclosure. EBERT, 309 Majestic*.Bldg. Liberal Loans on Realty. LAND CONTRACTS BOUGHT LI Ml HAL LOANS ON RF.AL 17 ST A TIC MoVCV TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTS MONEY TO LOAN ON REALTY EQUITIES REAL ESTATE EX CHANG FIS A SPECIALTY EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. I oil M %LI —PI ORin l LAND l'i ill SALE At Oromnnton Hay County. Fla., one of the best homes on St Amlr<w‘s hay; with So acre* of good land, over l.Rf>© sees bay front laud Fine restdeii'e distrl* * .it om -third valuation. \d ire.'*. 1 * T. 17 Crew-ford, owner. Cmmanton !■>;>) t’otint). Fla M \< him in POE s ALB FOIt SALE Various slae rectangular and cylindrical tanks particularly suitable for -ill kinds of chemical \s »rk Detroit Soap C».. foot of _ Lclb-at A t TO >IOHIt.ES “GARAGE/ $167557’ Pronipt shlpmcT t and quick erection make thi>* Aladdin garage a bar gain. F'or further information call ©O7 Ford bldg. Phone Main 3800. MTON\ . i AND « IRTSQI ACME Stotnge mammoth warehouse, storage, moving M. SD9. 41 Gilman. CENT PAT, STORAGE CO., moving. packing ©reproof, rates right. Mo tor vans for suburban movtng. Phone Cadillac ROKHI BROS storage. Cartage and Pat king Office, IRS Alfred Rule-111 PARTY MOVING to California can rent part of car Central Storage Cos.. Cadillac *sfc Imi s*i* —\ \i \\ i |,OTS POR HAliß—\ \< \NT LOTS f'on IALI —▼AC AWT I.OT* DAVISON AVE. CAR LINE EXTENSION nearly completed—Tremendous building activity in this Hamtramck section, close to Ford, Maxwell and Dodge Plants and the center of industries employing over 100,000 MEN # It will interest you to visit thi section to see it grow. HIGHLAND GARDENS and Paterson Bros. Cos. Subdivisions a Davidson and Palmer Blvd., also known as Jerome Ave., and (5-Mile Road have Highland Park water mains. Today you can buy at original subdivision price with only 10b down. Shortly you will be , glad to pay the speculative buyer a profit with a large cash payment. All lots excepting business frontage restricted to dwellings costing not less than $1,200 —No shacks, no second hand material, etc,, allowed on this subdi vision. BUILDERS are buying these lots because water is here, and there i a greater demand for houses than in any other section. Prices SSBO and Up including water, sewers, sidewalks, tree-, etc Some are b'» ft. lots, desirable for 2-family flats. SALESMEN ON rHi: GROUND SUNDAY. PATFFS )N BROS. & CO. 171 Griswold St. - Main 2XJk I' \< I Hit \ \MI S| | l x EAST PALMER AVE. VERY LARGE FACTORY. MUST RE SOLD AT ONCE. A BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE. MOM EH WARREN <4r cr>. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. FACTORIES AND SITES Fast Woodbridge near Jos. Campau, over 9.000 square feet ( floor space—one story brick building. Price, $26,000. EAST PALMER, near Mt. Elliott, over 60,000 square feet floor space. Land 171x416. Must be sold. Open to offer. Crawford Ave. and M. C. R. R., over 30,000 square feet. Price SIO,OOO. I.YCASTE AVE. and Detroit Terminal R. R. 7 acres at ?6,500 per acre. FRANKLIN STREET, between Russell and Riopelle, 295 feet frontage at S2OO per foot. DIX AND P. M. R. R., over 13 acres. $70,000. CARDONI AVE., adjoining the Maxwell Motor Cos. Al>out 5* o acres. Very fine. ’ FERNDALE AND WATERMAN, over 17 acres with rail- I road frontage—slo,ooo per acre. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. ion -\ ii Hi>i m m i i*itu i‘ i in i ion s\ ii -liUJlDfiScg PHOpttHfl North Woodward Improved A fin.- i" room m-df-rn home <>n T»<>wbrldge. ©rat block. prlo« 17,000; s’.'oo down, balanc. convrnl'Tn tarnu* Virginia park, north m<l. lirsi bio. k \ very good two-family at 110.700: $7,,01>0 down 17xi optional! g. id -i' Ii terra *, mu- him K from Hamllton-blvd. and achool. Income $J.♦» I< * p< r v nr, j»r i* • $20,000. Chi' «go-hlvd v. '-:-t of lidi iltoi. \ nice, rnedluin-sized home, three bed rooms, aleeplng north $1."00 will handle. Greenfield, Juat n rtli of boulevard A fine roomy house with double gar age, four bedrooms and d< • ping por<h, s7,no© rash required. Simple, eii : u.t Colonial on M L- in price sl<i.ooo Shown by appointment. Semi-bungalow on Klinhurat, oak nnd * lull- enamel, ihrei- bedroom*, flre pla ■ and sun parlor I>d iiXlJo feet. Price $7,300. $3,300 down, easy pa ymenta. r>eln'vnre-n\e two-family, six rooms, oak finish. Price $8,750 Between Third and Hamilton. Another on Kipling between lieth une and Palllster, six rooms, oak fin ish. garage s#."<'o. THE ASAM-RICHARDSON COMPANY, 410 Moffat Bldg. CALL CHERRY 6*>9. 11171.1’ WAVrirt MALE ll 171.1* WANTED—MALE FREE COURSE IN SALESMANSHIP AND CHARACTER BUILDING Given under the auspices of the Frischkorn Realty Exchange. This course consists of 12 lectures, and covers a period of 6 weeks. It is especially intended for the young man who wishes to enter the selling profession, the salesman already in the field, and the man who has not yet found his particular niche. The talks are given by Mr. J N L. Thompson, who, for the past 15 years, has made a careful study of Efficiency Methods and Sales Engineering. Please fill out the attached coupon and mail to us so that seating arrangement may be made for you. Coupons must be in our office, not later than Tuesday morning. FRISCHKORN REALTY EXCHANGE 1264-70 PENOBSCOT BLDG. Frischkorn Realty Exchange, 1264-70 Penobscot Bldg. City. Without obligation on my part, l wish to enroll as a mem ber of your Free Course in Salesmanship. Name T elephone Address riOTOHV AND MTU. BOULEVARD NORTH COR. 93x156. UNRESTRICTED. for large garag* or light manufacturing I'rlr* 811.008. HOMER WARREN A CO. 1227 Chamber of Cornmarca. PAGE 9