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WKn NI: SPAY, JANUARY SI. 1917.
SURVEY OF ROUGE IS ORUERED Would Add More Than Four Miles of Dockage DETROIT TO BE PORT OF CALL C ontemplated Improve ments Outgrowth of Ford Plans MaJ. H nurse l *-, engineering « orp*. I S A , was not 1 fled Monday I*' hi> headquarter* in Washington to prur-.d .tt unio Lo make a aur '©> and r ell l naro of coat of Improv ing Riif'r Rouge for a distance of four and <>iie-h.ilf mil#** from the poln> wh<r« tn# stream flow.* into the l*>;roP rtier Th#- order Indicate* that the fed eral government is toeing no time in qia! inc l*» 'roit for *he flr*t time in n* hi. 41 • y ,i port of call on the Great 1 K. Should MaJ Bur c* v- recommend that the Rouge l»e deepened fid Widened, the largest of lit k•• ft • ;ght* r,s will be able to < arn- raw material* for uianufac niring flire. tl> to *he city On the movement to make the FJoiu* 4 navnabb . also depends the oier*■ of Henry Ford" proposed tractor plant, as the *»r*.»ni would be improved to the upper end of the Ford property Having over come tb< obstacle thrown in hu v*a> bv rh- Dodge Bros. suit. Ford now aeeni* to be assured o? push ing out of hi* wav another obstacle, 'or p ha- brrp hi* plan 'o have ••eamshlu unload ore at th' 4 tlocks of hr ne.- plant Detroit, with i»* Immense »ati»r fronlag' l tc gigantic manufactur ‘ng institution*, ha* had pracilra! 'y no facilities fnr receiving freight from lake *»earner- other than pa* ,-engcr vessela that have limited -pare for freigh* The raw mu ter 4 a! of the manufacturing plant* i* been -<-n* iri hv railroad Scv ral manufacturer}'. pnrtletiUrly the * -e! int n. have agitated foi a long .me In favor of H movement tha* mild prov Ido tpe cpy with dock* • table for the freighter*. They declare the cost of transportation V w a*oi, a*- eoniptired to the rail road rates. I* *n low that manufac timers could save hundreds t>f thou sand* of dollars annually Should 'be Roug- be made nav igable. anew renter of the city’* lndu*try would spring up as dock* are built along the waterway for ♦he four and ore-hnlf mile* up to the Ford plant It is roughly estimated lhat the government would have to spend but J'lflO.OflO *o make the improve ment. Mat Hurge*« declared to The Time* Tuesday, that he would com plete hi* survey and estimate of I coat w ithin three weeka Hla re port will he forwarded to Washing ♦ on, for the approval of Gen Wil liam M Black. In command of the engineering corp". Should the re port he tn the form of a rrcommen datlon that the work he done, as seema probable, and If It la ap proved hy G*n. Black, It la certain that the proposition will he before congress wh*n It meet* In special session next summer. The Rouge at present is about 100 feet wide. If the large freight er* are to make their way up the stream. It will have to he widened to 200 feet For a distance of three miles from the Detroit river, the Rnug© l* 1* feet in depth. The re maining mile and one>ha!f is 13 feot deep In hla preliminary report, which served as the foundation for the order to make the survey and estimate. Mai Burgess de-lnred P would be necessary to make the river 31 feet deep. The bottom of the Rouge 1* of sand and other soft formations, and no engineering obstacles of marnb tude are anticipated. jCo mm o riwo all h £ El 1 Hjl ■' } t 4ig4m/m | i Jm | | A IlfMl HAMMONO BUILDING \ . 3. t. Cor. Fort and Qrlawold Streets. Auditor Moeller to Run for Re-Election On His Record Alone mmjfr - m mm ■ WM, F. MOELLER. Having served one term In hi* present office, two terms as county treasurer, and five terms as alder man 'ronri the Fourteenth ward. County Vidltor William F Moeller will <oi < before Ihe people for re eb-rtion n*-\t \prtl, offering bis long record s* a public official a* his chief recommendation Mr Moeller, vv bo is a Republican, will conduct a dignified campaign I believing that be does no! have to | resort to the < igar or drink-buying proelivitte* which are indulged In bv <» many office -ceker* A- an alderman, “Bill" Moeller ‘ Mabli-died • :epulution as a .-ub - lltlal m>M of a citizen who was I aunt < nough at all times, but didn’t w.nti weds Thru 10 years of rontlnuou- --"nic* hf wa.-- one of tb •• hading ! c in - In th* 4 e|tv coun cil Then; in 1?09, th* people of U mu county recognized hi wnrk in *h* council bv naming him conn ly treasurer Mr Moeller I'ft that office in j mi:: to t • com* > mtuiber of tin j board of auditor - B©< ause of emit m \ p ditical situation* the aud Hors’ oft 1 ' e ha n«*\>r b* « n a very [i < ,-'1 . ful place Some #>r r?i*• most I bmuir poli’ic.il feud' in *ht history |of th> county hn\» had h©:nJqu»r |u r - of on*- faction in tht; office Ve» ihe «ano -milinn “Dill" Moil- It won' nto t!u-> ofli' • and ’ho he lias work* l ! harmjnioualy with ♦he other two auditors, he ha* never become seriously Involved in ntiv po li'iral battle* I ‘lt’s a * a*e of piiMir -ervice over politic*, " said Mr Moeller **\V© have certain work to do for the peopl# and I believe in doing 1t Ju.~* * I would If I were in private business. There are times wh* n a ! public oin a! t« ’empted to let 1 frb nd«hlp inierf- r< with the prop ;C! conduct of puli’ business 1 realized long ago, in m ©rat days of niv evperi*nce as a in* b©r of the council, lhat public servß* r-an not be made to iitT©#* because of friendship. 'Tv. work'd wph Auditors Buhr er and Gutman in all th# move I merit where 1 -av there was a chance to ,ave money for th>* e.oun iy | propose to roufinu# to do so. and for the r• t well, I guess the people know m< b#-«t by what I haw done «* a public official and I rn going to ba o m> campaign on that record " CONTINENTAL IS CENTER OF MARKET ACTION Much of the activity on the De troit Stock exchange. Tuesday morn ing, centered In the new Continen tal common, which sold around II 12. Reo Car was quit© hca ▼tly dealt in al*o. at prices above Some charcoal common and Paige also sold with little change In prl rot The market seemed to be recov erlng from the sluggishness of the last few days, prices generally be Ing somewhat stronger and activity more pronounced The number of sales Tuesday er reed#d in number those of Monday while the volume of businesa was about the same Wisconsin make* more butter than any other state of the inion JOURNAL IS SOLO TO OUTSIDERS New York and Toledo Men Acquire Local Newspaper NONE PLANS TO RESIDE HERE Will Give Absent Treat ment To Detroit Interests JOURNAL ONCE MORE HAS NEW OWNERS j The rn troll Journal wa* ; tart #-d by William Livingston#* and William F. Brearlv in a * building on Congre-!S-St. went, rn the sit * of th#* I ©nobsrot build ing, iti IXS3 Som** vears later Mr. Livingstone .*old out hi- in terest to Mr. Brearlv, but was Obliged to tak<- back thu paper again ir. 18J<1, owing to complica tion regarding th# 4 euntract th** late ri- nator Thomaa W. Palmer | then having ar interest. The*e t>\o geutl-uicn contin ued to own the paper until 11*01, wh*n it was *<)ld to B. 1> Stair ITaiik C- Andrew. A. 1,. Stephens Dr. .1 H Book and Chari#** I* ' Palm* Mr Stair <-ontinued in control until Ui#* sal# juvt made, nnd Mr. Balm* retained his stoei ! \V. It I owe also having an inter est wiiH-h be requited evernl v ears ago. Th#- ls. • r*■ • t Journal chanced hand. - Tue*drt\ morning «nd went iuto tlie p< - .s.'ien of out of town owner* for 'he fti>t iru#- m a great men*’ year- While the fortune* of th** Journal haw he# n guided bj many different interests in th* war-, usually t!i#- control ba* b«-# n held in lretro i Now It /u»- abroad. The new owners re Paul Block. C. (' Vernam, 11, F Thalheinier an«l N t* Wright no* < n#- of whom lives in Detroit. Mr. Block i: a big advertising agency head with headquarter* in New York, while Mr Thalhelm#r and Mr Wilght have their home* in Toledo Mr Vernam i<- a N*-w York magazine publisher Acordini to th* 1 editoita! in the Journal #*f today, the firs* under tlu n 1 jpanageuient. ,u which the « 4 hange of ownership is announced. M is -aid that the new o*\ner* will control •be editorial an>l -idvertls int polb v of th#* newspaper They will apparently, give, it the absent treatment, a* tb* new owners an nounced in a conference in the Journal office Tuesday tuoiDlOK, that th»r«‘ will be no # lian?;es in the editorial staff its |1 is now r* tablished Mr Tbalheinier and Mr Wright are now proprietors of the Toledo Blade and the Newark News-Eagle. The Journal will b** th«* third in their «trlng of papers. - &. D. Stair and other stockhold er* have sold out th# entire prop *»rty and not merely control, ac cording to the present editor of the Journal The chief holder of qtock was Mr. ffcair. Associated with him were nuuierou* others but only two sign the statement of the sale wlilrh appears in the Journal of Tuesday. They are W. B Lowe, who resigned recently a* genet l manager, but who retained most of hie stock holdtag*. and C. I* Palma, whose interent lloe largely tn the real estate occupied by the Journal building Mr. Stair, who ha* been oonsid ©red the chief owner, state* that be sold the paper because his health was none too good under the many business enterprise* of which be w*s the hejid, and that he 1* anil oue to curtail hi* aetirfflee On the heels of this announce ment, however, come* another that Mr. Rtalr 1* Increasing hi* real es tate holding* downtown and con- Savings Bank The Right Aim in Saving Some men start out to save a compe tence. Few* can do so much. So they jrivr up savins: liecausc they aimed at too largo a task. Others save to p:et money to speculate. They usually lose their money and pive up savins:. Rut many start a savings account here in this Commonwealth Savings Rank with the sound, sensible aim of accumulating a reasonable reserve fund to protect their present and future. AND THEY MAKE A SUCCESS OF SAVING. Have YOU an account here and have you the right aim in saving? officers. J. W. MrL’AT'SEY. President FRANK WOLF. Vice-President COMFORT A TYLtR. - - - - Vlre-Pre*ld«rt FRF.D II TALBOT I «.*hi# r DETROIT TIMES templates large building activities. This Is a rumor, however, ami has not been confirmed. As has been the ease ylnce they became a*-so,clatcd a dozen year* ago, Mr. Wright will dlr»*ct the edi ♦ orial and Mr Thnlheimer the bus iness activities of the Journal of course, by mail or wire, for neither contemplates living lu IWrolt In Tuesdav issue of the Journal the new owner* also mak© a state ment in which they say they will “endeavor 10 maintain the high undard of *ood citizenship and clean JournalDmvthat has marked the pa*t m.tn^ 1 nh*-n ♦ of the prop eriy.’’ The statement also declares that the political policy of the paper will not he changed, and that while It will he Republican, it will hold “it self Independent of partisan control and will wear no collar or hold any brief for any plasa or interest." U.S. STEEL CUTS DIVIDEND MELON [)ne and Three-Fourths Per Ct. Extra Issue Paid On Common Stock NEW YORK, Jan. 31- The I'nited States Steel corporation Tuesday af ternoon declared an extra dividend of ! :t 4 per rent on its common stock. ibis was in addition to the regu l.ii dividend of 1 l-i making the divi d» nd declaration* on the common tor the vear BH 4 ' eight and a quarter lei cent - Net onming* foi th#* last quarter of BMfi wen flO',.!** "IT, anew hivh record Ih* regxilar 1" t per c# 4 n* prefer red dividend wa - al.-o declared The earning* *tat#*nient show-d th»- teeord climb of th' 4 company*.* busi he s nv .il# ! in re.v.sfve quarlet iv leports during the pa_»t year. The s pt, "0 quarter showed earning* of JM7.<V>7 making the bus* period !io*a r SJb.OOO.OiM* increase ovei ihe previous ocriod, itself a r* 'ord i .a k BRGES DETROIT ro PROTEST ON DEPORTATION D frnlt has a Betirfnn p"T7*.i ’i.tinn and many refugee* r< soued from th© war zone, but it i* th# on!. large city o f the middle wes* that has not held a protest meeting over the dejrortation of lO.tMVI B.'!- gians a day ! > th«- German*, accord inc to. Mrs. Henry Copley Gre» tn #if How!#-. Mass ard Madame Dm f'ri* 7, w if# of I eon Dnprl*#z. an ex i ©d professor t>f international law '■! the enivtfrsity of Louvain. A g.vhertng of I>etroit women " ill be ad '.rested Wednesday no#m ip Hot#' ."tfltler by Mm#. [>upr!ez and Mr* Gre* n©. Tliey will t< |l #>f tin misery that being perpetrat ed daily in th© removal from their homes of the Relgian citizen* Mine. Diprlez, whose husband now is a professor of internation;-. 1 'aw a' Harvard, narrowly rn! . and death at th< hands of German soldiers. KILLS FOUR SONS WITH ARSENIC IN PANCAKES DAnVoRTH. Ills.. Jan. 31 Mm. t' J. Melnt*. wife ir farmer liv ing west of here, killed h©r four sons and her grandson by mixing ar feme in pancake flour. In tbe farm nouar todav ;irr the bodies of Theodor*. Ervin, Mino and Bred Melnts, sons, and Clarene© Melnt*. grandson, the son of Sebo Melnts DOG CHEWS UP AFFIDAVIT FOR ITS MASTER NEJW YORK. Jan 31—Mrs Blanch© Pierce of No. Madison ave.. stylishly attired, appeared in the men a night court before Mag istrate Brough to demand the pun ishment of Joseph Brown, of No 201 East Slxty-sJxth-at. whom she said Inhumanly exposed a toy poodle to the cold and storm in front of the Hotel BUtmore. Mrs Pierce told the court that she was leaving the BUtmore In th© storm when Brown with the little animal ip his hand, offered the dog for sale to passers by. *T had him arrestrd'," *he said, '■because auch treatment and expo sure to a dumb animal ts micl and Inhuman ” "Where 1* the dogT* asked the court- Brown drew th© dor from hi*coat pocket and placed It on a fable lu front of the Judge No sooner had Mr. French Poodle landed on his feet than he rushed for the affidavit In hib Cftse and chewed a corner off It. hit tn*o a po liceman** hat and bnrk©d deflanee at the spectator* "That dog seemg healthy enough," remark»’d the court when Brown captured hi* dog and order had beep restored "I can’t see that he ha* be#n badly treated 1 dDchargr the prisoner." Cow On Long Journey. PORTLAND. Me. Jan :!I—C. C. Rounds, of West Baldwin, Me, ha.* an adventurous cow Having bought th© animal he put tier out tQ pa tur© ' Bh# 4 left her n* w fer-dine •ro»md. wander#rt thru th# w«*>d* *o the Saco river, swam across the swift current and continued-on hep eour«# rejo>* inc The own#*r final ] !y foun#l h* r at B#»uth Hlr.#ni MYSTERY IN DEATH OF TWO Man Found With Throat Cut In Meld Near Seen** of Suicide Police are investigating the find ing of two bodies in adjoining fields ou» Mlchigan-ave, Tuesday morn inv One is that of an unidentified man. who db-d frura :» pti-tol wound in the head The other is John Pokie, 26 years old, of Springwells, who is suffering from a se*.eie sla.-h tn bis tbroßt. inflict#*#! during a fight he hnd with highwaymen late Monday night, according to hir ;-toiy loir] attendants in the city receiving hospital. There is litti#* hope fur his recovery, iih be was completely exhausted from logs of nlood and th© cold wh#n workers atumbled on his body In a flc!d at Michigan uve and Lonyo-rd Pokie rlaini' that he was set by two men. When he resisted, be say *, they draß**-d him into the fl<-l#l aud cut his throat. Th»* police se» klncr to connect Pokie’* ease with tb#' flmling ##f the unidentified body in another fi* ld hut a sh#»rt distance away. This man was about 35 years old, and wa* well dressed iti dark grey overcoat and gray fedora hat. Cor oner Ro»hacber investigated th# ease early Tti* day m#>rn!n*. and pr«»nounced death due to suicide Persons living in th#- neighborhood of No i’.'7S Michigan-av'f* reported hearing a pistol shot e.'.rly Tuesday, but rio one investigated. A revolv er of :>•< ;Jibf-r was found near the dead Ixvly. WILL INCREASE THE DIVIDEND ON GEN. MOTORS According to an ppar#ntly well I'tut 1 ©n* f'*' and r#-'or* ■ i-*n~ D 'roit * • *■ th© Gen* ral M 'otr enrp<>ra ; n v. HI ,-oon place it n> ■’ eoni ti :tock on an ;>nn.il ’.* p*-r rent an it 4 .# r■ - ' .. per : 4<4 n< year. TANARUS» earnin»‘ #:•© now at Ih# rate i.; ■> p»r c#-nt on th< 4 com mon '-!sirr :, u ze * jeers cs >t»v ;*•■ l->lika Kot* wi-r tv Vo- sar-ri-f-Ho. 32; Catharine Wil li « 1 n t. ; 2 '■f# L. Pott# 4 !, -3; Beatrice Kini hro irrii, 7#, *• • I.e! ,fft -irf.-iril,* Mirhal ! <’ P.iiiSMJtn. H#>|rn A limn -nm 2ti William Szathta. 2** M*rj Vowai-ka. # 4 I‘vtm I \ '..am*. Jr. •.*.', Louis' M#«ndt. *. St.-ml-y Ks'tpin *). i, 23. Mir'ialinn I.*b#>tv«i !, . a ♦ ‘ri*pii><» Gi-jtiialir#-. S3; T#-r< .-a ! a; - itaia. IT Hefei s'irunnd. 21 L.i 7.r.\r Raker. 1" John Wih.l'l, (;» Glass 26. \nu> Pfa-ndtrie* 2’ St* llu Gas* niann, 2i l.rnes: Aat» 27. Dorothy Stark 7" Lri**' Heir; ricti 22 ■' #•• *<rg );i I'*f»r . . Crank Storm. 23 'iary Berallck. 17. .!■ -nh ovonnor. 32, Aurora. Ri-.»- p'tb :■ •J 1 t:*i Dratussensk i. 24 KH r > Gu rookn. 21. ktnc-i .--Mr «burne, 31, \ Windsor. S<i!l. N'.rdruiT. 22 Aivert II 1 1 i.e I 21, llertbu N'ei; h» < k#-i 24 Walter S' Burbai#l* i'3, flora Idndor ski. 2 3 L-nii. 4 - .-vt'>n«-. 27. Reit.'ja l.'pkowitj 72. Crank G Hillh'k. 30, Mabl# Clark. 24. i'mliisw Le-ezynaki. 2’i st«fana Jank'uvaka. Andr-w Vlensicc. -3, r.'ominlkn Si;- rowviah, 22 Walter Mrryged 2'•* Ida Zmc, *2l. John Slattery. 22, Crawfordayill#-. Jnd. Bltzabath Drury. 21 Sam tlarta. 27, D< trolt Anna An i*r!#iw, D>. Greenflald- Wilfred M Barn*. .15 Detroit; Hel ena M Wundock. 31. Bay Clt>. Patrick R>an. 36; Si»lla Godlen 3.* Koacoe Ractm. 37. Mattie ‘tiller. 2* Eugene M Strong. 50; I>eo Landon 40. Steve Kaby. 31; Mary Krupska, T* Andrew Jorgenson. 2‘V Anna 5t McCann. 20. Myer Kaufman. 2* Esther Koff iran I*. J#>hn C. Zimm«rm»nn, 3* ciars M* 4 - Culiey, 29. Bru#*« Herman. 21 Viola 15 arner, 17. Harris H Harris J*: O-Vtrude K*!. ley. 37. Peter Pl*wa. 21. Stefania Bronek 2 ft . Andrew Achudowaki, 79 Alexandra Pletrowska, 24 Ott#> C. Pohrnedel. 24, IXetroit, Ca rolyn E Waemuth. 2*. Erlr P« Claude R. England. * o Edna E. Palmer, >4. Charles L, Phillips. 4'L lyeona P»ar aon, 1* Otenollle Haight. 34, Pear born; An na Belinsky. 21. same Alexander M'topjk. 21. Detroit Helen N. Ford, 20, T«ke Odr.a Alexander Pofla 27 Jutis Munt- Jan, tl ♦r>hn Wpohal, 23 Agnea Krukoa. 13 CVlltlam Gtbs#'n, *2 May C'"vp>i*- thwaita. s**. John Nowak. 21: Rose S fftako 19. lark WM, raw. 32 Anna CaukoD. *a Martin Ocw-lak 24, Mar' Notlat. 1* Anthonv 7,wlej*waki. II Marv Zti dowsks. 90 Frank Bilkehv#, *f; fftetta Wmtatak. 19 ♦ Rarmond T. Noll. IS. Petre't Mary T. Moore. I*. Grand Rapid* Alev S MacDonald, 81 Margaret Rsvev, 39. Joseph R#'gala. ?9; Catherine Pin q«a, IK Charts* Parttan. J 2 M>*le> Parker. 13. John Auer. 2K; Matilda Blanko. 10 A is* Ewing 44: Pusan gtoit. <1 William I Anders- n. 32 Detr#'lt. Mary T 7 Gardner, 27. Windsor John Petrlot ?• Emtlte Zalenkau Kuta 22 M'Hljam TTev est, *l. sfar»- 31'ilpln son. 2# Gs"fg» A Ptereon, 79; Moore P» Morris Kelman. 23 T.tllv ■aink'n 23 Alvin ft Elliott. 35; isabell n -n try. 24. >fanue T McGowan, ?7; Cgrollrtr Terry berry, .'9 0 N#e-»on I'an Ttaresn. ‘" Addle S. 34 g»e\e f’siran 79 f izabeth Sattz. 39 Fredert# h f* Wits- rn 24 IShoda Ai'teun. 21 Bor M Burlbnt. 19 Liddy Rlemer 19 Ford Matthew* 21. Lulu Nf- Phatl. 19 Frank 1 Bi.de, 3*,,Frieda 'Prsiffsg IP. Aoihort'- Trendr 4 #*'<l 3 1 Cr, -I.i\i,i <"«s-ks*«ka. S3. ' D-D*ltt W Jumlh. 37, E«tei;, R. lfoWrnan 18 #n,i#»-»»pa C«»ar**. *1 Paula Pinfo- Icp*. 2* *!-#• t.# is "4 C., 4 ,.» Cnuld IT T.fO'is ris'trk 93 + Dro s t ?7 t.ou.s n TV i 11 |,ta ff.»r*#-» t. ’1 M.#fueVl< wl.r ?T Gra # 1> T. IS Mortuary \.M»l.f|*O.V Jar „4 1f« 1T 1 re.-idenoe In Sterling towjishu •'*i»rib*l ptid hushend la**. M< liMrt.i *nd f.vb >f /Louie. Hlfrrt 87 vcfiri* F in. r k ] 'V-i!n»«i dav at V.lO from • • h 'J *n>m St Fl ''*’•*> -h’l-i’ i ■*• r l.lr Rnri»| tt Confer ▼ • i»*'• rut \tv\ M . »h * . , ’ i G!s<l -for - «>'' rMiudav afternoon, j be* .4 *-d n, ..f VJf ti M H * a*r\ ti,J Tchn H Wal- I ft H M> i K Ri ady Ku .-I . ">'i morning ? to, at Ble<*- •and Sacrament church, tII \T| u lan •** 1917, Alms ... t 40 year:* beloved husband of <7lar*(. father of Mildred, Urban and An* | •■•n. . nos John Chateau. Fu- . neral from rerldenr-e 717 '.lent* I da r-a\» . Wednesday a* * 3" « m j i«n<l mi St Bernard's church at ** i ((’Clock now M> l.in 2*. Ut reai<l. n e -1 Edward G., h-lov.d non of] tlnorutnnna l>n* n** and brother of Mr* 11 ;■ K-rk. Mrs C. R Koike. Mrs II .1 r»ovle and JnmfuDowno. ] 1 uncial Wednesday at *:Jit md Hoi* Trinity - hurch at 3 a m.. via funeral auto car. t.oniiMtw tan 2•. in residence. „*0 Cl.tinn unl-nvr william D Good* n• ■w. beloved husband of Mary A '» in"W •• rv| In residence, to a m . v • dnet I.»y. .lan. 31. Burial in Chebanee, 111. JOHNVW s iddenly. .Jan -1. 1317. in her ream- no*. .5 Rowen<i-at.. T.lllu | Si jt>s :nt. wife of S Olln Johnson N oi, o o' funeral later. rf.ll.lt* .Ur. -• 1917. In her real* I ’i'* . ' H nlaon-st. Royal ‘ 'M. • lr;o • . r“V v daughter of John II art.! K m. a»»l 7 year*. Kuii'ial We|rv».*(ia> at !1 o’clock from real* den. e, and ? o’clock at Clinton Grove cvxneterv. Mt. Oleniena. liHuu > i|i • itichard. i>*iov*d un. 1> f led - f'Vtitn* and Coch rane s».v:»jn*. Mrs Charles Devine, Mrs Cat: 1 -".elan. Virginia and T»•> \ol W .l h from resi dence of- | T.mils Sevlene c tplin-av*. Thursday "* * 3°. ! :*nd Annun<*lai ion church at ? . cl «i. \ls ituto. 1.00 MI * Inc . Him L Loom..' I .-I • u ...II ~f M rr- S R. Loomis Mod th ■ lute William F. Loomis, ■father of Helen I- .rule nod broth • . of Mr Harry II Wail and Mr !> v‘*l < ‘s-ker Funeral We<ln> r day at i« t Ia m. at l?n Colorado. Bunsl In Alldon. Mich C. E. BIRD & CO. Funeral Directors J 7 We*t Hancock Ave n hone O-.ind 5159. Detroit. Mich mi i.r w wn.i»—w.si.s Ot i; r 'll a l . .. r*-duc«*n o I*'* Careful, ndi 1 ua' ’.•a’ructlon Day an ' n\ph: e.'-e»;. Toolr, etc furn ishe t t H , .n* in r*-d Special (i u .-it r t for ■ nt a * "f in m< ri now fuim.nK ’o rit* ..i > all. N,\iMV A I ACTOMOBJI.K «’(•! '>R i t4vir4*i ■ . Detroit I\» A :l»--Tw»» or three set-up men • ' 111cr | .tind"H " . I«e * 'wo Job .«< hi r< on drill pr sse.a . »n die setter- for punch • 'l*- , partm* nt .ind on* exp»r' r.ad Grindlcy Automatic tool *«-t- I t. i ulmi tool and die rr,..k-r« ■■im.lv ctnjdoj ment ->n our stsnd ard Un of . i.-ctrlcal apparatus to good non WnriiM Vl*< tr * - Mfu Cos, 1017 \.(,r ll.s t-St . St. I."II -. Mo. :i k Vi-’.i’l' nfiii* m* n and women; I good c'l.ir* -t.-r and experience, i Id:TUf»!T lt«'V" HIT. Cos. m om m<« f’ll’ir. d.lllic:. KXAMIV\TTGNS Krldav, l'<*h. If« 1 7. SITH'U \nv I IF FUFCTU'iV COMM'N I.a-t date f>r !lUn. appli o tldns: Feb lPli. Mondav. I-*b 12 If»17, DRAFT-*<M J\’To I i• F Ivr KB inn WIRING IST A ' T F.l.n Tllb ’I VN. *1 F \-Tr.\ \TTF. N’DANT. !.a.*t .!.••• O's filing applications 1 1 i Weds * * .v r' h 11 I*ll7, il VTCIR niK'KKKKFFR ’.ast .lal< 'or filln* applications: r.'ti 7, 1317 tVedreart* • Feb. ?< 1317. I • a TBOT.MA 77. Last !ai* >’ r fVln't 'inpllcatlona: Feb ;i in? /U apnllcntioos 'oust h* made In per .*'>n nt th«. r>fflr» r,f the (i'll *»r --*• ioe Commission 402*310 I'trw.ll B!d*r »»I!I.p w \M Fl>—n:rtil>: A Permanent Position .\\ e off. r • t .o' p “Alone at trood < • to br| ;ht 't telllgent Kills tv - M i*rh too >he hu"T*«> of te’.-rtho* ■ operut'nc end r»v you wli l(> learning The work is very p». .. .i t .j-,1 idvs- •-ein- nt i* rapid Appl% Op«r-»tor** ‘ T ’*a , hlng ■*. lioo| M .'i •.<»■ iv an 1 ' hn 8.-at i a in° •! r* *r> Mb blgftn State Tele pb —ne C'■ u11. m\ ro uk> r—hom'd*. Hannan Rental Agency i A free list >f house* un.l flat* c*®u in person at th>* oldest and b*r*e«t real estate • »chsng< ,n Mi ntgma 1 MeiJRAW HRDO HOTKI7 FRANKLIN Cor T.amed and Bates-ats. Make your h. ma for the winter st the Hotel Franklin Special weekly rate* from II to Ilh TO ttn.NT — FLATS WE HAVE SKVKUAL WF.LR-LOCAT. KD FLATS \T RKASONABLK RF.NTA MIC HIGAN LAND CO. *l7 FBF.K TRESS ELMHURST. 2?« —o rooms and hath, upper flat, just vreat Hsmllton*hlvd. H-nt |l7lo Win h c finished about Feb. 10 Finished In oak and white enamel c rp«rnte furnace ('all Hemlock >lft*R, TO RE.HT-lIEMUOCR PHOPEHTY HOUSE IN DEARBORN On Military-s'e" Rent reasonable to right partv Ree Prank S. Hper WALTER C. PIPER 4QQ TToM»n Bldg Cad «>* HO t Hit A a .» ROOM. BOAiBD AN’D ROOM for working man oi boy Phone Walnut 315*1 Wild, SHARE my furnished home with eoupl» Call Grand Bs* after A p m POH aai i;—Mi*r KlI.VMCnta Wll.T, SFLT. REASONABLE ope set new Ford Spark Coll* Al»n new hox and Yale lock switch. Call to. dav. Installed free if.l LaMoth* Typewriters—Late Models Underwood, Corona ~ _ Royal Smith. Remlng* ,rt n. to or ren* JLnA. $1 to 13 month rvgjßCi r.FTRcir typewrit ER < 'O.. 140 leTereori- ABSry ae , n-ar Wi id ward. - Main 4103. ROOM R—Furniture for rooms com plete |1 week 9umn*r Mioh A 4fh VIOLIN B\RO A TV— F*ed full atae ti • n ir nt ' atnieh nb ely glared bn. k and eidnr full ebony trim n.rd siradlvarlue Cremona model; <>< *lbnt ton* Coat former own»r $< Will -ell th : • week for 117 "It f< how Included. OR IN.NELL RR *s Branch. f»7 Monr< e gOT'A FOUNTATNIa new and u*ed: ■ team tah'ee store furmt ire cof fee urn* Eaay t*rm» Geo. Marsh Cos. 20 Fast A»water-at Main 47*1 TVPFM RITPIR* AT.T, MAKES, NEW »V ■ *;• | f MO T.arge«t Stock. (*v term* Renting fl SO up C»H Vr- 7 Camnue. n«>t L'etrrdt ope . house. Cadillac MSS. *l7* F'tU C t NGF R pi Am was 1278 fln* > nut *> ■ |e-n/i'' ev*i\ de* f I • j" t . n r. if '■ >r i nr.oy • i 1 <iii nii r—wm ii mm:iii •> HAINES’ WIGST TO! TPEEP An<-1 Ladies* Hair Good- AFLi- Best made Trigs and Tou pees in the world for the j noney. Ladies’ Hair Goods wholesale and retail. Fine fii -< t iuality French Hair Switches dnd Hair Goods. Prices right. Established in present Hair Store—lß79—-over 37 years. 76 GRAND RIVER AVE. VV. 2 Doors from Bagley Ave. WM. A. HAINES SALESMAN Towel md supply, biscuit, station er; paint and glass. t*a and cof fee. cigars, candy. et» *-l. lumber, mill work, electrical. DETROIT BOND & REF. CO., 703 Ga Bldg. SODA FOUNTAINS STORE FIXTURES • f ill kind mf«r We roll direct »■> retail trad* at Jobbers’ prices >’<•< u.* hefor* buying I‘hone C'<! 477,2 for ««'■ - an l>et. Store Fix. turn Cos., 16-Jd Catherine, near Ora. lint. STORAGE furniture, n*arlv new bar gain p-l** Si mner Cos, M r•* A 4th. F.FHIt BRt»S' piano for 5177: orljrl ta! »>’- . *• op flr>* mah< gaiiy full • 'r' dull flnlah: 7 1-3 oetr»»e> bl reliable m«';e Knv f*rm« GIUN NKI L ?7PO' ftrtlßß.K AND 4 \m %t.K CENTRA!. RTORAGL CO. moving •>aoktng. flrept -• *:,'<• right, Mo. tnr vans so; aburban movirg Phone Cadillac dl* ROFHT. BBC' it 'c* Cartage end Rack In,’ r ffl . V: f red V »■ V T * A'“lJlT" Sr, i ii .in itn warehouse. Storage, root ng M. fc9S 41 Gilman. PARTY MOVING to California can rent part ot nr Central storage Cos . Cadillac «?. FOH SALK—RKKIDtS.NrtS rnOPICK * T DRKXEL. paved ture-t. new bunga* low. dciiirvt.it. otily 1300 down, owner Hlokorv 1659 6 ROOM HOUSE SGB7 Material for a atx-ruom Alaild'.n Readl-Cu» Brmgalow furnished at this prlc* Phone or call at our office for a copy of the I*U7 cata log showing plans and prices f«r over 100 different homes. The Alad dlr. Cos.. 60" Ford Bldg. Phone Main 6*6. PHILIP-AVI-; bungalow, fireplace. hMi-kband f'nleh. uply J4ASO. SI,OOO down Owner, Hickory 275<5. * * Ford and Dodge Employes * 6 semi-bungalows. New and 1 modern. 15 minutes to your * work. $3,100 to $3,500. * Small payment down, balance * like rent. Paterson Bros. & Cos. , * 160 Griswold St Main 255 ~ SSOO ]DOWN BUYS A b*nut fu' 2-story frame residence, on • b’oek from East JefTcr*on J ai g* hi'dronnit vv’*h sun purl r flr*t floor flnlah , '»l natural n|k s* - •nd with ivory linlntcronm par * with I*a*hc|■<'• full tisre"- t. pla'e glare ntlir •-.* in vearlh e. full hn«‘rn nt tvi'h hot water. ir nano anH tubs. C. L. JACKSON 612 Drexel Klvd. Hick. 208 s M VI,-:T[(;u" rc'nr t*pfer*nri n»w bunga w i <tcd I'tirt down Owner. IF !«cr 2 “*2- J 2-FA MI TiY BRTrK VFNEFR S door* off Tc (Tr < *on-Av«. 5 room* and parlnr each fl-eplaco and ha »• nluTs oak ar.J white ivory *ni*h. full ha*ement and separste furnaca and tnha. with slate roof 1 neutral side drive ready to m<A'* into; ll.SOft down balance «sav C. L. JACKSON 642 Drexel Rlvd. Hick. 2085 *.ROOM modern h’.inaab'W-, north west .-action Will aci-apt small ta-ment down. This bungalow 1* aery cheap at ss.iO ft ft-asonahle nnnthiy payments Mr Kri*muth. MICHIGAN LAND CO. 417 Free Preas Bldg A BIG BARGAIN Two-family frame, one-,h*lf block north ot Jefferson-gv*.. paved street, one block from school and chur hea. 5 room* and aun parlor* *a h side rlrlvo with dc*uhle ga 'Hge, oak and white Ivory flnlah full baaement. with tuba and du plex shadea You can m - "* right In, $7,000. $7 000 down, or will fak - - lot as part pavment C. L. JACKSON 642 Drexel Blvd. Hick. 2085 RmiWF.flg OrpoßTT* NITIFN TAKE FIRST PROFIT By becoming pajt owner of amall subdivision. Just north of the Ford plant. YOU will roctlvo hrs* profit along with other owners and th* lot ruyors make us mon*y; profits assured over I^-ca tion of subdivision -xtra fine For particulars a.ldress box A-**', r>e tmlt Times WHY STAY POOR? About 100 p* aple In and around P» • trolt have bought an Investment through us ants have paid 9Ao per unit *11? SO down and sl2 30 per month). Th*' believe these unit* Will pav tto r'FR MONTH fut every S3O invested, and thi* Iwltef ts hased <n government report-, bank state, manta and other rel able data con cerning th* inv- atnietit THF. UNITS AB - BEING TAKEN I’ A PIPLY If you are not convinced after care ful investigation, that «uch I* 1 ' unit will r»hi>■ * <>u $lO per month—owe that 10 unltf w 111 pa' 1 you SIOO p«r month within a abort tine and for marv years DON’ T T' 'ITII IT. Ask for Information *T ON«?F--BE rORE THE PRICK RtflEA —and satisfy y<>uraelf. one way or the other Os mi evenings by appointment Rhone Pherrv Jflt«* PHILIP** GO. . fits Moffat Bldg. t'atPoit nt »m »* iippiihb Mitk* <.i; \ i mm AV & Jill* 411*1*. Dudarti brick store, • ’ goodi attovr, good bsremenL a li? \1 MINDS* Eli! ! Li Ms II f* HE \L ESTATE SUBDIVISION OPPORTUNITY $ In. I t ■ an,*, r. row bs n* ’..in . ' *.. ■ in ; 4«e tucnt> > ir*': .u.hdhifion* 3 to »! r "Id 31" or Cos > plant - *c V cs* In# Ir vi ''lf tioept ; * . I. T -*r«c ' - ’ Idre s i- -xsasammm FO tt > %| | —FA ltd* FARM buyers s'til for "P per * Farm OuPctln T* fi * M. y srgalna W. C • l*»i( . l • t mil 12i) ,M '!U!G. LlNl) u - m'le w»st f v*a t j ~r , ear l'.n*. fair > ‘mem statdr for in cows gianary hen . cooler, v tJrr. 11. pi* n w ood, price sls - r**mai naff * I r !■. phone U'7. 2 loiig an*l 3 short, Romeo. Mich I l'» mliat of Rot h <*t r * *" r t Fraction over s’•) “' - M l’ntterboo. FifthV IOH ' \ I.f:—l \i TORY blTEtl A FACTORY SITE * located south * f Maok-avs., be tween t Metal 1 * luet* and the I." tier plant n the outer Belt line - 7uo i*.t railway frontage by I.lrtp fret deep. . mpiislng eight a re-, niore or 1 Will »ell at a big sacrifice on *hsv terms. JACKSON, llickoi y 2085 Foil %Al.l>—\ UA'T tun A A A A I. A A A A A. A. . PALMER WOODS Very desirable lota for sal* !n this hlgh-claea s'U.divtalon. M. F. LAUGH LIN. lU2O Dime Bank Bldg. Cadillac M I/»T neat to 7-M l le Ros*l Fropta**, <>ne block • e.«*t of new ‘'«»r line. Kquity uual: \rt quickly. Ad (lre-a Box A-73 Times office. REAL ESTATE SUBDIVISION OPPORTUNITY Inveat AIOO or more in De troit com pan" now being form I to Mirrh*'* twenty acres (rmeU subdivision! ne.c F*.r*l Motor Co.’s plant sr*d new strark car line r.mt* a**’iired. Investment absolutely secured. Large monthly returrs. Vddres* bo* A-72. Times Office. TAKE FIRST PROFIT By becoming part owner of small gub dlvii. ii juat north of the Ford plant you will receive first profit along with vner* and the lot buy ers muk.- u« the money; proflte ••- Mir’d over 500 f , . Location of Stub division «xtta tine For particular* address Box A-? 0. Detroit Times. A BUILDER needs money, will sacrl fl< . a lot or two near Ford plant a n*l u! line All lmprnvsmsnti.; V’asy i*a>tnenl. Address Bo* A-74 Times offl'-e 1 00x1 f4 I'L "royal OAK NEAR \\ ( (ODWARD-AVB. SBO DOWN Pi ssesemr nnrl pei mission to build on payment f si.*' High rolling land; cement ■ <lewalka: $c fare to Ford district. *• od neighborhood; near sehoo! hj' non, when land Is cheap and build In spring. Mall In slip for full particular*. Nam* • .. Addr*'s .. WALTER C. PIPER 4i>« Ho’den Bide Gad. 48« ITinOA*!. NOTIUE—If any poor girl Is In trouble. ne*dttig advice friendship or help, write or call on fIEORK TART MARGARF.T DUFFY. 1017 Fort-at "V •' ii-.st . n « *mv TE 3 WHO MANURE’ ’’ tVT.XP 3'VAY; big load «* -AfarG •• *7* 'f MMlan-ave. Al roWlißltE' 3VTT4* sr.T.l, REASONABLE, one set mow r* ,r Spark r*e|i* Also new bog and Yale lock rwltch Cell to day Installed free LaMothe. ni:ti Esi »rE orponrtxiTiEi DON’T SHOP far that hous* nr lot wth«ut DICKINSON’S GUIDE In your pocket Mailed *’n request Department T. Dickinson’s. Detroit Land Contracts Bought ill pay cash for vacant lot*. i houses, flats and equities in Real Estate. Wuick deals a specialty. EBERf. 309 Majestic Bldg. WILL BUILD ANY SIZE building on b • ;ortxi7o *t.. Ju*t a few bl ock* fr - *m new Pennsylvania d»pnt: all or part lone '*m |*a*e T. Bergman A U*> . 82* Chamber of Commerce. Cadillac 758? Slake $1,006” Get s'onr Lot Now in the GREEN SUBDIVISION 1 10% Down and 10- Monthly PRorv RTT LIE? INfItDF OF THF rrTY LIMIT? BETYt EFN FORD tvi’rivn' .\ND GRANT' RI\'ER IVfI INOI. KF 104 r H AMBER or* ■COMMT'Rf’E OR :iJ7 GRAND TinTR-ATE CALL CHERRY 14T* r* -* »r- , r v»--r TO EXCHANGE—RI*\I. IAT ITK fjni: sfmmtr home and bi**t- N’VVS PR..PFHTI IN ?AULT STE. marie. \r *>i to exchange FCiR J l ’" r> 'HT improved MICHIGAN LAND CO. (1 7 rT* ’«■ PRL?fI MONEY D* lilt* Land Contracts Bought Quick and satisfactory deala. Bldg. CONgTRUUTION tOAV*- -L Ib• f* I amounts J F. Web*r. 204 Oratlnt XVb BUY LAND UCVIRAOTS MEANS A WADR 1110 Majestic IMf WE IljK I*4 VD CONTRA'"T§ Detroit Land Contract Cos. tit-til Hathmond Bldg Cad >?IA Land Contract* Bought Quick and satisfactory deals EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. WAYTEUTU»t>**ai>4 Kl.t-A >E«H * CASH foroM false teeth, gold er«wa*. broken Jewelry, dlamonda. watcher • te.. full ra'ue paid Liberty Rfg. Cos.. 97 Woodwd 4th flour, elevatot. PAGE 7