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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1917.
p* THE STAGE UAMIfH. D«trelt, 1n iplt* or her ruthleas drive for »h* dollar, atlll lov«a har Klikk«i|>«*ri. <>r at Iran ihr ntaaler ,„,#t ha-* his idmlror# In this dyna mic city. TM# was indicated M-»n --ilay nlalit. wh«n a highly anthualaa- It, audience. If not a vrr y laia« one enjoyed "The Merchant of Venice’* M a lantarpratcd b> It M. Man tell and company Thai Ini .-r pr#ta tmn, t>y the tray. about the t>«at obtainable at present, as Mr. M*n tr II la ooneaded to be tbs arrateat American elponent of Sh#k*>#i>rMT rmn I'rtnu. Ho kindly did the lovers of tbo more s. rlous In the drama lake to the offering that Mr. Mantrll was (iillad before tbe curtain after • ach •< t. ln<'|udinir the last, an tin i.aus' compliment The a< tor ap ,eared then spick and span In a tuxedo, not at all the Khylock that won admiration thruwut the evening If It appearad a Ml Incongrfuns It recent u.ited the artlatry of the per f..rmor. If Mr .Mantetl gave a finished and scholarly Impersonation of the Jew. Mlsa (lenrvlevc Mumper, formerly a Detroit girl. and In private life Mia Maut'll, via not far behind him In her Portia. Phyah-ally the chirmin* woman fitted the part splendidly. There wii a tlm- *x# hen It was con sldered that Miss llitmori performed her full duty when aha looked beauti ful, Put ahe has added t<* the bless !Htf of teauty an ability to art. and •ho ainsaed bn admirers by prearnt iiiif a Portia than whl.-h none het trt could be desired, other charac ters were In good hunda but none stood out a a did the .i.uniell family, which, w ith Miss Ethel Mantrll. *ho made a youthful and sallafvlng Jes sica contributed *mtli to th«- un folding of the store Mr Msntell « Hhylm It Is one that might be exp*, ted <>f a man who has won his way to 'he top by rea- V.n of hard study and perhaps closer application to bis work than almost any other present day a* tor has liv en Kor years '-iperte thing* thiatrU-al refused to belle* e that Mr. Mantel! was a great a* tor, but h< had an abiding faith In hla own greatness and has at last forced others to see It . Mis rareful pr-psr*. tlon Is tndbated t>y an alysis of his work In the character of thr Vene tian usurer, tut the artlatry lies in hie ability to make the action appear sr o»it#n*..u*. Xo« so mn h. howee* r. > \n t*e ..aid for a,one of tbo.e who aasist.*! him i >ns ot two read their Itnes In a sort of sing song fashion as n» might rape, t in a high s< tin<*| p*otrgval ..f the pla*. How . * er. these al.ght de fect* onlv tended to . mpha#t*e the really splendid work of the stars V • Mr. M.mtell has studied hi* BkllUl .MIL. 1 .1 I.IIIPUI I 11 *.!"!!!! , Jim J.l ..11111l lIIIIBIBSBM I A WOMAN’S WILL j fc It is just as important for a woman to mak.p a Will « and appoint an Exrcutor SfIYTIRTTYf a * " is for a man tdVict ° ,,r offirrrß will bc B 1 KUM pleased to furnish infor- H COMPANY mation regarding Security IB DETROIT Trust serv ice and they may | pout ctgriswuidsts. he freely consulted without Ml HORNBLOWER & WEEKS -MEMBERS- New York, Boston and Chicago Stock Exchanges Orders Executed In All Security Markets J. J. HAYES, Manager 201 Penobscot Building, Detroit, Mich. The Vulcan Drop Forge Company Mint SKI . OHIO t apttal Black Psmm.'s Sleek .. BW*.*** Preferred, 7 ,> rnmuletlve 3ft 000 IM> f-v.vt.nao on Fully paid si . n n »ssc#»;#ble. No bond# mortgages or other In debtedne-s I‘referre.l stock all aubserlhed Property for plsnt is fully acquired sn.l op. ration x<sur#«l Ini ri.. dlst-ly I’ivr k'alue of st>" k fl" 0 per atiare, 5n% payable on application and 50•» In hu day*. Ust'J ih:# st .eh advance For further Information write or phono The Vulcan Drop Forge Company radtltee ana. togft ( b ember es t oatieerre. Detrelt. Mirk. i[ ni'xrnviTiot cot son i Den’t step to write n Irtlst. EDI la ead melt this NOR’. 'i Date '. 1 1 t.rntlrwrs- - W ilk tbe distinct understanding that I aia tsrsr ring not Ike slightest nhtlnatlwa xshetsnever. )oa ms> fnrnlsb me / rumple tr ln<srm«tl»a regartliMp stark In The 3 nlr«n Drop Ferge S ( ' t ompnoy. i I heme i <! Full 3ddrese. i[ CODDCD CVV \/I?D fnppwr and Laad at rat- V/UrrLl3j OIL V E#l\, r»rd high prices in their hle- I pl pv ey|ste> 'ory; Silver at the highest LfceALJ, Z-»liNve Bgwre In 24 years; Zinc rls 1 ng steadily, foreshadow the I'ntrance of anew customer in the metal markets the I’NITKI) ■4TATEH government The Influence of these conditions on the ■narkef value of ih* ineial stocks will, we believe, be more Import tnr than the buying of metals in Europe We suggest that rommtiments deferred by recent international :otid!tlon*. nisae at once; our current WEEKLY MARKET LETTER will explain more in detail A ropy will be mailed free on request. liar direct private wire le (hr leedlna market reefers raahles as te ■I v r e acre i lone I service ea erdepe far Wafer Stark#. Wlalng and till nuvk# aed Lark lada#»eiele 'TtNosscoTTs^T^i^r'^in^oT^™” ■UIiOIS# hr T '. C f&?| CAD. #l9O own work to make It correct in every detail, he and Mr. Brady have made the entire production as nearly hielorically correct as possible . yrltt I .ether, as Uaatanlo, *»• much appreciated. Me looked every Inch the part and the audience glad l> ov at looked hla faulty rendering of his line* John Burke, as Antonio, ae tis bed evsrytiody and performed hla part in a dignified way. As was true of the others, he did hie work with a seriousness that was lutpres ■lv• without at any time being pain fully and dramatically heroic. A* hert I* Herretl as Ijor.nio, Huy l.indaley as itratlano and (leorge Wil son as Tubal performed their parts in a highly gratifying manner. John Wray a a tauncelot fjobbo waa ao much snpjoyril that the audience would gladly* have had more of him, ae hla comedy tended to add a daah rs cheerfulness to the evenings rou tine that piade It highly enjoyabls. All of the other parta wera In quit# ci pable hands Mr Mantel! will offer “Hamlet Tuesday night. "Richelieu" at Wad* nrnliiy's matinee and “Macbeth Wednesday evening DETROIT tII'KHA HOIIC It eeetna to be the fashion this year. In plays, to mu a s»ice of the slums, eoveial dia.s of religion, and much of the oldiaehioncd melodra matic heart Interest along with bu colic simplicity, village narrowness, downright virtue, gentle optimism, sneaky villainy, etc., as evidenced in Otis Skinner's new play, ’'Blister An tonio," seen for the first tims locally Monday evening In ths Detroit op era house Thsre ar ea number of piays of this sort pleasing ths pub lic this season, the favorite seeming to be “Turn to the Algbt. not yet brought to Detroit. Ilooth '1 ark mg t<>n wrote Mister Antonio.” and In Tony, the Itinerant hurdy-gurdy man, he has given Mr. skinner one of the most lovable <>r the many stage characters with which that accomplished actor has been associated. Tony, who keeps a iluwer shop on New 1 ork s east side In the winter months, and trudges *|..ng the dusty roads and thru th* sweet-smelling fields and lanes or •he open country In ths laay summer days with his faithful little donkey, f'apitano. Is s cate-fres. honest opti mist. ever with a gay song of his native Italy on his a cheery word for all whom he meets. Mr. Hklnner seems to Ilk# Tony, snd so cleverly and ingenuouaiy doss he pteaent the character that he Wik»i his audience Ilk* him, too. There wax no mistaking this Monday even. Ira fur Mr Skinner was recalled a gnat many times at the end of each Os the four a*-la of the play, and even had to make ■ speech of thstiks for tbe cordial reception given him. After the playwright Introduces Tony In a corner saloon, where hla k>> «t nature saves a wretched drunk from being thrown into the street minus hat. c< at And cg»h all of which he supplies the unfortunate— th* action moves to a small I‘snnayl «a nla burg called Avalonla. where Ton* finds the erstwhile “bum’ h» hue befriended the au*trre mayor of the town, with a spotlesa reputa tion. The mayor having gun* to NSW York on business, euntuy slip ped on the primrose wa> ami slid in to the gutter. What takes place on a rttinda) In Avalonla, whern the misapplied t’nrlo liantiy la Introduced, would lose everything In th« telling iere. for you must participate In it from ibis side of the footlights to enjoy It Htrs. too. In lh« narrow bigotry of the villagers mole Interested In c* n. demning ths alnnei than th« em string* Into life. hi «sotns and blooms, a tender ruiium •• for Tony and little June Itamaey, who, be cause she was tired of "uotliln hap penin’ ” and wanted to danc< and laugh and sing, was to be turned out nf The mayor’s Imuse Into the "high road ” T*>ny turns hei ug. r little feet Into the path was was to lead them eventually to marriage. It.ill and happiness Mr. nklnner as Tony is altogether delightful, and June was charming ly portrayed hy Kn*am>r Woodruff Robert Harrison did an unusual bit of rhara«tei work .1* Joe. a half-wit ted man whom Tony had found home less and wandering and had made hla "pardner" on the hurdy-gurdy wanderings . Th. character Is one of humor ami pathos, with an under current that arouses pity for .loe with hla funny little toy pistols, and h'a hallucination that he la a gr< at general. The various other roles are In the capable hands of Walter K. Scott, Sus Ann Wilson, Ft*n< *a lei tidy Patters* n McNutt, laiula* Bydno th Joseph Brennan. Ernest A Klton. Jessie Trommette. William le>ren<t and Winona Dennison. bUA MAE HAWTHORNE. TBMPLK "Ma'm**ll« Caprice." a delightful one-act romance, heads the Temple bill thla week, and gives Am. ha Mona and Arrnaml Knli»s .1 n oppor tunity t<> display their unusual tal ents Mlae Stone Is a recent recruit to the vaudeville stupe from mu-leal comedy. in which sue appeared so successfully for years. Mr Knits* has written the music and lyric* of "Ma'nizell* Caprice, ' wfn.h is » suc cessor to "Mon Ilesir' and "Mon Amour." Mlsa Stone, who claims Detroit as har home city. Is an actress of great 1 harm and pleasing personality. Her singing aim dancing in • > far above par that the audience applauded and re-applauded at the op. ulna per formance Monday aWern-.on The setting foj till pit 1 IHUSUaI and particular)* artistic, was origi nated by Mr. Kails* It presents a “capricious" dlntn - room in a ''ca pricious" hotel The lighting effe* is are exceptionally well manipulat'd The act has a trace of a pl. t that blends well with the lyric* amt mu sic of Mr Kallas' authorship Kor the purpose .• f stln.ulat in, pa triotism. this week's hill is a w> n der. After the opening overture !!,<• orchestra played the Htai angled Manner,“ and sh<>rtl\ afterwards tin re was flashed «>n th. s« reen pic tures of Pershing'? army c.-mlng out < * the yfexwan t-ib ri r Th» n < am* the (’gllfornla Boy# hand. with plenty of martial must. The band appealed greatly t<» th* au lienee, who cslle.l f,»r three or four en cores It Is a well-drill* and organlsa tl< nos 3B piece*, especially selected from the membership <>f tbs t’olum tla Park Bovs' < tub .of S«n Francis co Th* music of the heavy hra»« hit a popular chord ♦ 'artmell an<l llnril* feature danc ing In the»r s.'t sltho th»v also sing well Miss Harris maV.es ,*n excel lent man In full-dr»*» and captivates minv a heart Nelson W* rice presenting “A Man *nd « Plano." puts anew twlil on *>otie of the time# that have been p.putar **■ *th the loit.lu- Also he I’Y crprr t « m me of the master*' work* with ev . epttonal skill and finish. Arthur peagon the we'l-kn.wc Scotchman, rrr vide * mo»t rs th» humor on the h'll Me telle at.out a coup'» watch ing the N*.« Tear erne in In a New* York case In a wav that only he could do. Alexsn.ter brothers on»n the Mil with * bali-bounrirg exhlhlt'<>n that ba» mch In »h* wav of newness M. Shsce and Mathway have several • t.tsrfs ring dac.-'re »n<l s'nglcg rumhers and the Ml' 1* close* by •h- Four c l-»ters M<’ Uo. gvmnast*. arose performer* * shows reniark atle skill and daring RtI.KS. Tinv Rttchee. «rdera f«o b'r *l*- -*s*ants about this week on the Vfiu* stag- Hhe is an »«g"e sprit* tor an Ea«t Indian rhald« n. and ntropettss fearle*s|v sbo .f the rreat begets, il're. ting ttiern her* and there with h*r prod and Mm"c «s much fun as a frntlcs«rna eirl might * «*• with a couple of collie d..g*< While *he smiles i« nd «lan<»« with tier ele phantine pets, the* ilnn* e ponderous, ’y aft"r her Th-v "ft her with ♦ heir trunks, snd !«•» h rt r *<kln upon their tegs T'nv Buch*e puts her »*esd In tdg It* tab’s mouth snd then holds h*c audience In terrified mi*. n-nse while she order* him to s.-tt'c down while she repose* beneath Ills ponderous hulk \_ K. \r r > gitl n.tio s*ee h+oti si if trrrff' H*stt\ will say tl.at the dress*.* that E Your Income Tax Vi f Is probably causing you a good deal of perplexity just rl t r| U>U tint How to fill out your lilateraent correctly. J f what deductions io make, what income to enior in J C column ' A." or fn column "11" the*# Ud BBB) Othßf J t questions must be promptly and correctly answered tj B Ret us help you In disposing of the difficulties you f f wA encounter in making vmir returns Our officers will rs \\ bg gh«.i to consult. In bb tdi iclty, with tiiosc fj uA wbo wtoh to • nil i <>i this bbiUbb. CM • ••elvk aeeeaaeae#eea»aaa *».#■ e• e aaa •• a ask /. . Detroit Trust Company ** COfTNEH FOPT £ SMELBY STREETS. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. SAFEGUARD YOUR DEPENDENTS They expect you to protect and provide for them not only during your life time, but also after your death. Insure them against the results of inexperience, improvidence, etc., by making a will. By nam ing this Company as Executor and Trustee under that will, you will insure economical, efficient management of your estate. Onion Sxust Company Griswold and Congrri* Streets Detroit, Michigan they wear are "a dream." They are two young women, must pleasing to 1* k >t and listen t*. who sing Hlelo *t|.-e thet «r» |e-s strident than ure mwiiy vaudeville wni|s, and play to* Father nt Uo piano. The Three Iterale furnish a gm eious eu|>p" of hero Its with tlielr weight and body-lifting stunts. They •Hr the old a ta In anew dtrea, ap pearing in blacksmith*’ aprons They hold ea. h other hy the weight of tln ir Jaws and do finished ensemble huriioiiiat bar work. At ihe last otiu of tin m holds a heavy anvil hy his teeth while ins companions beat It with hammers. Meignrct Ilea, who appeal# as an lU'P of the tenements, ha* a laugh produclna ekit. "The Koul Haver*." Manning and I*ee. a mixed team, bring route good laugh* with their repartr*. and please with their alng- Ing. v*bll* Nln k and Irwin keep up a flow- of lush humor and trllltag melodies UHI'IIKI VI The Al Holden trtiupe again cap tured audiences In the Orpheum the ater, Monday, with a spectacular ex hibition that includes everything from pantomime to hlgh-ctasa acro batics. There arc nearly a score of otlcntals In the company and their hxhibtt'on comprises a pantomime entitled "The Slave Market." and n«srly a ilnam other numbers. Hcau tltul scenic and costume effects and a< m* mat vejous stunts make the ayactat rs fairly gasp with astonish ment. There Is a woman on the bill thl* w«ek who deserves special mention. Hhe |s Marlon Munson, who plays eight characters In about 10 minutes, making uulck change* In co*tume with each one. t?h* put* on what la r< ally a complete [.lay-let and her work la tapld and clever to an •*«- irama Elliott and Mullen cari v off th« laugh hom ra with their 1 lever < 1 m* e.iy Mild follow It up with n variety of songs Roth are In blackface 1 amptt.il and Meeker offer another ’urge batch of nonsense that make# the audience loath to see them de part, amt there# a sketch. “The Might M»n," put on by a company of thieo players, that Introduce* aome vo.-il acting and n lot of action, f’h.-stcr timber tipens the bill with Dutch comedy In which he Is ma terially assist* >I l>\ an automatic dog. Th<- picture pro'fram la headed by Mr- V* to n C’u»tle |n the fourth epl et.tle of the w*>. preparedness and s 01-tv serial, "Pitrtn’ This picture Is full of exciting events, hut It* Mcf Inter* «t this week le the danr lm of Mr- I’istle in a hotel bill nii.m Mr*. t'aMle lives up to her reputation in the mutter of new sowti# and other flneiy in woman# upparel. EDISON POWER OUTPUT GAINS The out put of thw Detroit |towrr Louses of tin Detroit Rdlaon com Irtnjr for the year ending Dec. "I War utf. 3"0 kilowatt hours, aa com, ftrcl to 393.129.81*0 kilowatt liourn In 1916, an Increase of 39 2 per cent, according to the annual report of the company. Th* maximum demand aas 130,- COO. nn Dec. 19. as compared with 101,800 kilowatts I>ec. 17, 1916. The aource of the rev enue for 19Di show* rale* to munlct pal nice of 2.1 per rept of the total; rales to street and mterurban line? 7 per <ent; sales to other public serv ice corporal lona. Including the Michigan Central and the Couiium t ru' Power company of Pontiac, 1.2 per cent. There was a net addition of 32.840 rtjhtomera In 1916. making the total 108,792. Os the new connect lona, 83 per cent were to private resi dence- which, it ts explained, makes very little increase In the earnings Plant investment chow* an in crease of J*.350,316.91. Floor apace In the Highland Park. Ileeeh at. and Second ave. -uli atatlona has been doubled and the building? and boll era completed at the Connor's Creek power houge for the third 20,1100 kilowatt sieam turblnoA The company's net income for 1916 was 13,796,699.31, of which SJ4B.- Ist*:, was th*' .! 'ljlU'-e lit lilg ljlla " i+f. lxv -at..,4»«.a-r i interest itrd reserve*. DETROIT TIMES kii nitai rgmiL stockyard* DETROIT. F#b lb—Cattle. brat heavy steer*, It.ldOlt.lA. beat hattuy weight uut>ner ateera. f*7£,y>; mixed steers and heifers. • * If 8 | it, • .light but -hers. lOykL beat cow*. 17 0 7*4. butcher cow*, ••ffftVa, com mon cows, •'. '-a (f 5.7&. cannera. |i '« S JS; best heavy bull*, bolog na bulls, |B.7BCr 7; stock bulla, 6V%. fredera, $ 7 px, stockera. RS #7; nUlkera and sprlngrra ftO.OKO. Market steady, 13 to 14 canheavy, Hheen and lambs strong, beat Ismba, 114 40; fair lambs, tlStilD-g; light to common lambs, fll 1. ft 1X S : yearlings. IIX-79 6f 13. fair to good sheep, r,*> • i". culls and common, STUB Hogs: Mar ket luospects 5o h’gher; yorkrra and he*vl«#, SlXfflXlTO. pigs. 911.35. E44T BI FF % 1.0 1.1T9C «TO< K. linnnlng A Stevens. KABT BtTKAIA N Y.. Feb. 11 Cattl- Receipts 6<l cars; market 1& to 29c higher; prim* steers, 9110 il.7*«. but * fir 1 s steers and heifer*. 98.60tf 94.75. heat fat cowl, butcher# cuwa, 94.5007.79; bulls. 9< 0» Mog« Receipt* 49 cars: lower: heavy and yorkers. 9130 13 20 pigs and llglitn. 111 75012 Hhaep Receipts II cara: atrong. top lambs. 915.40019 60. yearling «. • 19. S «y j« ,o, wethers. 9l2 f fl2^ ( '. ewe*. 9114(1150. calves. »r> ni«. 1 iiirtun i.ix f stock. CHICAGO. I>b. 12—lloga Re celnts 7o."0n; market steady iulxe.l and butchers, 9i2 20<rl2*0. g >o-l tie# v*. Il.l0til2.50; rough heavy. 911*0011 0 light. 911 *04912.46; pig" 99 II . "*tCe Receipt#. 82.000: ms»k'*t ste»dy to 10c l-.w-er; heeves, 94018.86; rows and heifer*, 94.4 5 010 4* 14*<t#r<>25 Texans *4'u 10 26; calve#. 111.760 14 ‘'3 Sheep Receipt#. ix.oAO; market 10* lower native 1 grggtarn. 110.71 01170 lambs. 912012 40. western. 912 lltf 12 60 CI.KVEI.3Mn 1.13 K STOCK. CREVERAND. Feb. 12. Ilogs Re ceipts 4.000 hr ad . market a* five, yorkers. IIS mixed and mediums. sl3. pigs. 11l r.o; roughs. 112. stags, 911 C attl* Receipts r A) care; tmir k*-t 7'..- higher yb*e»» ami lambs Receipts "• .'ir-.. market active to 25. higher, t.• |». lir. . Calves Re ceipt# f.oo h>nd. market active to 26c higher t> p, HI. I*OI.EDO 1.13 E XTtif K. TORKDO, Feb 12. -Hogs Receipts 1.00" market 15. higher, tieaviea. 1 mediums 9 l '•kers. fll.'.'i® 12 *(». g .oil |>ige. *ll Til 60. t'alvf# Market steady. Sheep and lumhn Market steady Vpples 1.: iiOtf i9v per bbl. for choice and I.'. for fancy. Beneties flood shipping stu< k. 12 if 2.76 bunch. Mean* T»i led Rlnias, lie lb. (>■ll berries latte 1L wes, |ll per bbl. 13 hu Dressed < sixes Fancy , 18 g 19c; No. 2. IH.i 17c lb. Dressed Mags Right. 14 tfl'.c; heavy. 12.(131 lb Fresh tegetables ilrcen peppers, 760 basket, radtshe#. 35tt40r doa.. parsley, _’6ft 25c do* , cucumber*, hot houet. 92Q2 2S; carrots, |l.6i> bu . Brussel# sprouts, 25c «it.: * allfornla celery, 76c'u91 60 do*.: Florida toma toes. 14 75 ft 6 per 4-b*#k>‘t crate, cau llflowtr, 1 i 25 do* , lettuce, I3«j 15c lb. is rear Fruit -9441 4 50 P*r crate. Henry Finry white, lttfl7c. ex tracted. StTlOc lb. May—Detroit shippers are paying the- following prices for baled nay In tar lots f o. b Detroit* No 1 timo thy. 91 4 50ft |.V standard timothy. 911 50 48 1 4 light mixed 913.50 7f I 4 N’.» 2 timothy. 1124(12: No. 1 mixed. I’l6o'rflf. No 2 mixed. It ••♦ill: No. 1 clover, 918(113.40. rye sliaw. 19 50 (fl« wheat and oat straw. |4 6<M»* pir ton. I.emnns I>♦’ 469 per l>ox. limes \ nis—l’nlrui' - 2"#2lc almonds ]rft Jo ■ filberts. ISff 19c; Rrazlls. 19s#20c pecans 15 It 1 B«- lb Drang*-« Vs vels 1 I C 5 ft " 7" , Flor ida. t ’ f 3 6 ' f.er box. ♦ in'nus 1* c ' |>er 100-lb. »a< k. Hpanisii onions 13 '•) pel crate Pststses I - So *i • bn new liermuda*, 111 pe r bbl., 14 per T.u. Ponltr» *-’t r'ni’« 22 A 21c light •-i lnc« ;ae» 21 c faoc> hens. 2?" t ;-«•; mediums ?o'r 'lr. slaa* I 4J 15, r<> e*»r« I<SI 1 ge e»e, l'»<T2*c; dorks. 24c lb I'lnespples 4 . per crate; 15.76 per do*. It • t>M«s f ■ 2*. «? 76 do* s# rets berries loff I>c rjuart sr« ret I*..lntoes 1.-rpfv *. k'ln dried. 12 to per * rale jitlilitM. PRICE* ( ann-il tioods Aplt'es. I ’ i7's 1' r .•#!., I,imn bean# |1 Ittft 1 ffl corn fnm > Maine. || 75 standatd, II s‘" t M hle beets. 11 <1 119 pens fancy esrlv .Tun# J' Hi. standards II snl mn taH 12 4". mrr -« fit I"’** I' 29*7 1 25. <nr'v June. II ">9 sifted e • rlv June ♦[ to «i..x, T..matoea. standard. 1' 60 169 d..* ins t-e -et-.#, stnednr.l 147T17C t-.edtom fsnet .'"<o 27. Rio, runr.'t' 1 1 ”• t trkiides. I4ft22c. 1-1 h Hn-« th I rrH t. l.blnv prb e# 199. Ih SS l< s, Man •'*7: #*#»•'• I m 'd"ng« **« t're mlddllnrs. •'« ■ -#ek*d corn 144 ronese corn mI. 943. corn and oat hor I 9 tan Floor Jobh or- prices Rest Mlcht —sn patent 4n second psfent. 99 rtrn'rht 14 79 Mir-n- 44 *'• #t ring t t». 4* 49 h’d >n *«t h pnnsr sacks. (Ml Rsw llnsr* and It 9J h.'lled 11VX - • erd lint in barrel lots J<r. P( «ene t. i k.wagon or (eon hsreels. TANARUS» sniond l v?< perfection. *sc na isc*ne 11 '► red crown rnsollne. |9Uc sal It I|c s \'.» I ■ ured | 1.-* 7" • Vo 1 *r-en hides. l«c No 1 pored hulls 16. No. 1 green h”ll » 13» ; No 1 cored re*l kip ?3c No 1 rrsen vesl Vip 22c: No. 7 cured murrain l*c Vn l (»reen murrain 17 No, 1 cured cslf. 39r No 1 vr.'.-.i .-r.lf Iff' V.. 1 . re* hide# t 1 N< J or*e hld»i 64 No 1 tallow 44 No 2 follow*, 17. No. t pjde* tr nff Si 2 kip and calf ioff sbcr.sk o« las so amount n.,o|» r,«cW* 2 Sugar Market I >— ■ ■ i—iiir Swgero- -Detroit wholesale prices rrx»ial domino*# i lb. 110 7». do. 9- |b. 119 76. I ag'y tahlets 99 45; cut loaf. 1* 80. cub* *. 97 98 xxxx p..wd . 97 78, standard powd.. • 7.4»«. gran, extra coarse, |? 40, do, 6ne, In bulk 97 25. do. 26-lb. cottons. 97 4l rmstal dorr.:no gran.. 2-lb and 5-lb. twrlone In cases. 97 «5: do. hf < »-»♦ 17.76. ibamond A. 97 75; Confe. turners' A. 9? 80 No « 17 ft N*. I 17 89 Vo «. 17 16 No. 7, I? 1«: No. B, 17 95. No 6. 17: No. 1«. |«4S. No. 11. 9< ?0. No. 12. 9G 41 No. 94 39, No 14 84 BO No 18 I**9; noncaking mixture. 1*25. beet granulated. 87 16 per 100 lbs V u*ehol<4 powd I’*- 24 to ease 92 91, do, 49 to ea#-. 94 05 per rase. Dlint I’MOIM I'tx Matter Extra creanierv. 3Bc lh.; creamery dreta. 3B’4r dairy, 2B« lb,; ib.. packing stock. 24 '4c lb. Ilwg^—Fresh receipt* .**e* Includ ed drat*. 4Ji%r do* cttrrx-nt recslpt* 42lic do* Receipt* Saturday. 140 case* 4 ke##e Michigan flats, 21c, New York 24 *0 ti 26c domestic Hwis* 27 1f 84e; Imported *wlss, 69g<«0c, brick cream. 2040 Sir; llrnburger, Hk, 2 4 40c, Blb 8340 C Jong h rg#. 2Xr; daisies. 21 g 224,c Ih frlstlsf—th# plalu neat hl#4—that tm sishi Tteeasi Jsh Pest Wale 4AM. Livestock Produce WOLVERINE EARNS OVER 17 PER CENT Shipment* of Wolverine Portland cement In barrel* were 20 per cent more in 1910 than In the previous year, according to the annual re port of the Wolverine Portland (> ment company. Production chow* an tncree** of 13.fi per cent In clink er and 133 In cement over 1916. Net profit* amounted to 9177.239 96. or to more than 17.7 per cent on the capital stork of 91,000,000. t>!v ident payment* amounted to 9H<t,ooo The bnlauce *heet shown total a*- *eta of 91,220.038.72, compared with 91,2"3,023.02 on Pec. 31. 1915. Cur rent aaaeta, Including; 992,771 52 in cash. were 9263.7fi8fi1, a* against 9187,805.79 for the year before. Cur rent liabilitlea were reduced approx Inmtely 918.000. Marriage Licenses George Stiver. 51; Millie Wallter, « August H. Planthaber. 21. Marie B. Lifer. 29. Kmnk Sell, 54, Detroit; Ella Waug. erman, 24. Indiana. Bruce Huid. 57; Msiel Buroftfl. I*. Andrea Zlchlckl, 23. Antonina Kl*>r ario. 2*. Thmnti C. Dunn, 3a. Flnrencs Mill er. 22 Mikola] Bodnar, 27; -loanna Ougor rxyk, Ik. Paul Salamon, 24. \ I'lliki Ulote, I*. Ernest Orlando, 24, • .ola Grosky. a». Jua F. Ilart, 25, si. (mule, Mo.; Martha F. Kltowski. I*. aaine. John Kuroa. 57; Stefanla llacaa. HO. Mika I'opewux, 24. Anna 3* at becks. 20. Franctsxek Dwornlk. 22. Tekla Zama. 22 Joseph Mayday, 14, Elliabeth Maine*. 24. M« ko I kagar. 31. Marie MtaMna. 21. Barmy E. Arndt. 26. ftpringwells. Murqut rite ttohel, 20, same. reter Wawrenty. 24. Katharine hpunnr, 27. Frank K.rpal, 24 Marie Maßrke, 24 Daniel Q. Mlnter. 24. Ruth E. Evans, 22. David Weinstein. 21: Helen McGee, han, 20 August Krlaten. r. 4, Mary Llppke. ./ 4 Charles W. Shot well. 34. Chicago; Edna M Sprenger, -’7. same. William C- Meddlnga. it. Ethel Fisher, 21. George F. Murphy. 29. Detroit; Id* E Hinnmer, 26, Columbus. O. Walendy Lea:ak. 26; Mary Pxublk. 22. Vernon C. Fashbaugh. 22. Detroit. Marie I. Stewart. 21. I’anton. t>. Anthony Tonianek. 64 Rosalie Dwmriouikl, 46. lxuls HerkovtU. 23. Hoete Schwartz, Is* Jos ph Mlllno, 27; Christine Clrlllo. Frank Koalnala, 21; Jennie Kowal ska. 17. Mortuary wntm—Erl). 11, 1617. Jacob, be loved husband of I.Milan Welbel, dear father of Archie and Ralph Welbel, .Mis Jos Dunnwbark. Mra. Henry Wagman and Mrs. Fred Dnnnaback. and brother of Mra William T. Duet. John and Fred Welbel Mrs lauline Rowe. Tlllle and Hattie Welbel, Mrs. Louise Pchweimmer. of Jackson. Mich., and Mis. Carrle Banmelster. of Jack son. Mich, aged 56 > ears. Funeral from residence, f,47 St. Atibln-ava.. Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Hk.t.r WAoren—malm Free Instruction for SALESMANSHIP CAPABLE YOI'NR MF.N between 23 and 30 wanted to take up the studv of life Insurance; an exceptional < pportunUy to get Into a good pay ing business Instruction classes Monday evenings no charge. N. REESE 121* Ford Bid* Phone Cherry 5464. Bright young man about 18 years of age for work in mail room. Apply Mailing Dept., Detroit Times, 73-75-77 Bag- Wy-ave. A gentleman of good habtth TO TAKE CP A PAVING Bt'fll - NK«f* WF. APfRHT YOI' WHILE LEARNING. E*t'FRIENCF. NOT N’Ei’E^F*RY APPLT 217-1 FAR well hi r>c, WE NEED office men end women; good charm t»r and experience. DETROIT BOND A REE. CO.. 705 Gas Bldg hki r wavtxu—rrsti.g A BUSINESS TRAINING For young women, with pay while learning. Fine oppor tunities for promotion to po sitions with better pay. Steady work under conditions that are pleasant and health ful. Free disability benefits. Apply Operators’ Training School, John R.-st. and Madi son-ave., 0 a. m. to 5 p. m. Michigan State Telephone Company. Tl» MEAT—FLAT* WE HAVE SEVERAL WELL-LOT AT. ED FLATS AT REASONABLE R MICHIGAN LAND CO. 417 FREE PRESS ( - MODERN upper flat six rnonu Vr%e wood and Merrick 135 * month Walnut 357-J. TO ItRVT—IIOI *K« A. A A. A A A A A. Hannan Rental Agency A free Rst of house* und flat* Call In person at the oldest end largest real estate exchange In Michigan t M'-QRAW BUILDING TO BEAT—ROOM*. HOTEL FRANKUN~ Cor Turned and Bate* at a. M*fcs roar home for the winter at the Hotel Franklin Special weekly ratee from 14 to 114 PIN •..1.4 HINIUK4I K PMOPKRT* THE JHSS'FyET SEE WHAT SI,OOO WILL DO 4-famlly. furnished complete Present Income I*4 00 a ninth Gan easily be lnere*«ed !'■ 00 1 11,00) down Owner Mr. Buell. Market 4616. Office Cherry 710 2-FAMILY FLAT 14 bloek from Jefferson are , in the heart of the factory district: 6 rooms and bath oak floors thro ugh. out. price |f, n®o 1660 and 'wn, bal ance same as rent JACKSON 441 Drexel. Hickory 2»»». CORNER FI.AT. ITS* K'nata rd one bio* k weat of Hamilton and Highland Park. Pressed brh k froat and eld", modern In every way. 6 end 4 rooms and hath, near ar litre »nd s« h<ol 6 ml »* 4r m Fords. Owner, H»mlrw- k 6191-M FOR Ml 10-NK4IMR4I R SXnSiitt Waterworks Park District MONTCLAIR AVENUE Two-family brick veneer. 6 rooms and hath « n ftrat floor, * rooms and hath on second, one-half Mock from Jefferaon-ave. on west side of etreet. •S-foot tot with gaiags and • Ide drive, full basenrent an*f tuba: fairly modern. Price 67,760. Mmali payment down. Balance same as rent C. L. JACKSON 441 Drexel-hlvd. Hickory 5016 3-FAMILY BRICK VENEEK 6 doors off Jefferson-araw, 6 rooms and parlor each fireplace and base plugs, oak and while Ivory finish, full *>a*ement and separate furnace and tub*, with elate roof; neutral side drive; r*-ady to mova Into, 61.504 down balance easy. C. L. JACKSON 642 Drexel Blvd. Hick. 2085 ~SSOfTDOWN BUYS A beautiful 6-story frame residence, one Mock from East Jefferson. I large bedrooms with aun parlors first floor finished nntu-al oak aac ond with Ivory: diningroom panels with leatherettes, full basement, plate glass mirror* In vestibule, full basement with hot watar, fur nace and tubs. C. L. JACKSON 642 Drexel Blvd. Hick. 2085 A BIG BARGAIN Twn-famlly frame, one-half block north ol JefTer*nn-ava.. paved street, one block from school and churches. 6 rooms and sun parlors each; side drive with double ga rage, oak and white Ivory finish; full hiisement with tubs and du plex shades You can move right In. s7.o(in non down, or will take lot as part payment C. L. JACKSON Prpypl Blvd. Hick. 2085 ■ t SIAICa* OPPORTUNITIES A I-ARGE vacant rooming house for lease 3*5 G*ss, on premises alt •ay kun<lay Jackson & Randall. 411 Mml t h old* Cherry 4744 •9*499, IfCAR Mi- htgan-ave . D< ar boui, exchange fur automobile, will add some cash. Grand 349-M A LARGE VACANT R. i tnlng hi 'US' sos lease. 991 '"ass. Halesnan on pieinise*. Jacks<>n A Randall, 4)1 Peter ffmlth bldg.. Cherry 4748. CUR Hohmimj IIOCSKH ARK THE BEST JACKSON RANDALL 111 Smith Bldg. Cherry 4748 row SALK—VACANT LOT* A. A. A. A A. A A. A. A. A. A. . PALMER WOODS Vary desirable lots for sals In this high-class subdivision M. F. LAL'GIILIN. 102 C Dims Bank Bldg Cadillac 64 BLAINE 3> fc* i. west of Wilson, 51.6tV Seebaldt. 3*l ft., near Beech wood. 91,950 These if snap*. L. E BARBER. 18 Campsu Bldg “palmer" woods De*lrabte lot In this beautiful sub r W* E ANT>KBSDN. Main 4673. 1752 Dime Bank Hi: 51. EMTATI* OPPORTUNITIES DON’T SHOP ~ for tha* house or lot without DICKINSON’S GUIDE In your pockat. Mailed on request Department T. Dlrslnaon'a. Detroit ~MAKK”SI,OOO Get Your Lot Now in the GREEN SUBDIVISION IDown and \ r r Monthly Pnor*KR T T LlEfi INSIDE OF THE CTTT LIMITS. BETWEEN FORD rflM»rw * v AND GRAND rtver- AVE. INO« iHR s**4 CHAMBER fir PftyvCYICE OR 7115 GRAND RTVEn-ATF CALL CHERRY 1475 r»r> «• it VI'T ID I. TO EXCHANGE—BEAL ESTATE FINE SIMMER HOME AND B''4|. NKR* PROPERTY IN SAUT.T STF MARIE. MICH. TO EXCHANGE FOR DETROIT IMPROVED MICHIGAN LAND CO. - -rtrEBF roll f ALE—FAB 44* FARM buxers send for •’Piper's Farm Bulletin" It's free Many lurgalns W C. Piper. Holden bldg. Detro't HENf* FOB OUR (ARM CATAI/»*» WITH I M'SCRIPTIONfI Oh 100 FARM BARGAINH WITH... ill MILEft oF DETROIT. EYSTER The Farm Man 507 MAJKSTB* BL. <j. FARM roR HAf.E 1 miles of Roch ester on the state-rd. Fraction over 6» acres. O. W. Patterson. Ftfth st west. KOM AAI.E—Ml** KLLANK4H.B Typewriters —l-ate Models Underwood. Corona. Royal, Smith. Remlng t*«n. 110 to t i, or r«-nt (■Bn i'" Main 4105 ORINNKLL RR« >S. town make) Plano for 6'tO I *. r> gular 1400 sty b. r>ut< and short time, good a* n» w; nedern In every detail; fin*' inahogsny Faay payments. Call at >n< — OR INN ELL BIB'S 2«:> \V. -dnard RO*)J4H Furntture rnr rooms r -a plete 61 week Sumner M'ch A xth SOIIMKR UPRIGHT TI A NO, m.x a any case, this piano was turned in a« part payment on on" of our f mou* Mason 4c Hamllß n cjrxn.ls If In to* market for a g«"»'l -land ard make upright tail at onre. and h"Hi fb** beautifll pan ■. j r • I row onlt 6226 Buy nowhere until you io «e.n »’ « 1 16 Tin: cable piano co, ?;s Woodward T 1 i' i AVI' USED 621 t" 1* ■* T.argest stock. e*«v terms Renting II 50 up Call No. 7 CampuA neii De trolt opera house t idltlac 4486. I.NARK PIANO f r 12«4 r« ; Mar » "" »lyla, tine fuirl xalmi* full -i«c ■ see) tone • ptend and ( fiditlon TV's fit noii" mil,, a- at i sroi, I pavm»nt and, wn balm e at tour r r>rt ve It! en, e tiniNNl.Ui RROB., 24 5 Woodward BODA FOUNT A TNI* new and used; i steam tahfX* store furn'ti.re coi fs* urns Easy term* Geo Mse*h Cos M Xa*t Atwatei i Main 4561 • I.TPI' T'!' 'M HO VT* PARGMN J 55*. York, Inch bell, fine sl'de a tlon cost lA.i pen FpoM.ll th 1 • week with • t-e lr lttde for 4 GRINM.I.L min*' Hr*n< h. 57 Monroe «:AXADUO’Si MMVit'N ■■** soi ra no low pitch. nlek'M pilled Kohl er! make, automatic ocfax’e Hev, rut'her mouthpiece. |o r t condl f*,-n This week 9X7.3* tske* it. fIRTNVELL niß«* Rrnn'h 57 Nfon roe-ave. ITO RAGF furntture nesrtv new har ,,'fl B-l ’• c« ’* k * *rh son \ r'TVTMV STTORK FIXTTUKS nf alt kind* mfe We sell dlre>-t to retail trad*- at jobbers* pr' e* f|ee t*a before Mirlrr P* n* t 'x' * ~ for salesman Ml 9tsff wilt - Cos t«-2* Catherine near Oratbit FO* Ml 91 -XiACWnt—T H. S. JAM liß “ IP Conti*actor’ii Machfnory 754 chamber or ct^nt2Rc& CADTiI-AC 5»l • PBWWHU .... •NOTfC*—lf any poor girl M Hg trouble, nee ting advisa M*nM» or help, writ* or call o«IUK|EK TART MSBGARKT DIJFrr 6919 Fort-at W dal vat ton Army, WA XTtPTO BPT—WItrgUANPOPI CA9H for aid falss teeth gold «raw Mb broken jewelry, diamonds, sitrhea etc., full value paid Liberty Ca . 97 Wr>rvdw'd 4th floor eleraisft MOXKV TO LO AW BUILDING LOANS Get ready for that new horn* or Hat in the spring: if you own a lot wa will loan you all tha mooif to build. MEANS A WADE. Mortgage Bankers. 113*.1114 Majdstlc bldg. JOIN THE LEAGUE Then you can obtain 8% MONEY 3% to buy nr build a home, pay *>F fitnt mortgage, repay earns in small nv.nthly payments lleaa than rent). Write <t call Co-Operative League of America ISSO Penobscot Bldg. Conhtruction liO.ANH—Lib* rnt amount*. J F. Weber. 2*4 OratloL WR BUT LATYD CONTRACT9k Detroit Land Contract Cos. 919-415 Hammond Bldg. Cad. 6919. Land Contract* Bought Quick and aatlsfactory deals EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. 55 ANTED—WOXF.T ~ 6 f r NETTO INVESTOR 61.000 mortgage for sale on l>etroir city real estate House sold for 61.500. Interest c*, Beefed fres O# charge; taxes paid. Insurance kept In force. Tax exempt. Other mort gages ranging tn amounts from 61.0 ft 0 to It.OftO. Bank reference*. THOMAS MORTGAGE C. Cherry 1214. 2hl Penobscot Bldg. 55 SVn.fi—RESIDENCE PROPERTY* OWNERS- ts you have property suitable for rooming purpose* and want to lease same, call and saw us Very best of tenants wanted-. 15 111 pay good rental and aecur# leas*; one day s service. Jackson A Kendall, 411 Smith bldg. Cherry 474**. mncnxoi M4«S MEETING of the applicants t® membership In tha Tippecanoe Ath letic club will be held In the audi torium of the Detroit Board of Commerce. Tuesday, Keh 14. at 9 p. m. Unit attendance desired. STORAGE SAD CAHTAGR CENTRAL BTORAOE CO., movlns, packing, fireproof; ratsa right Mo tor vans for suburban moving. Phone Cadillac 49. ROE lit. RROfi "Moras*. Car tag® *W Packing Office 142 Alfred Ridge 4g| ACME Storage mammota wtrxhooaa. Storage movtnv M 41 ORm*fc PARTY MOVING to California oaai rent part ol car. Cantml dtoragW Cos.. Cadillac 19. WlXtlfth CLEANIRa EXPERT WINDOW CLEANING CO. OENERAL JANITOR WORK. Office 116 Farmsr-st. IHoors and windows properly ctaansi and work absolutelv guaranteed. Our patrons Include General Motor* Cos. Packard Motor Cos. Michigan Drug Co x Detroit Times. Olds Motof Works Rurnham-Stoepel and Cos. ts. S Rndlator Corp., Northern Motor Cos.. Wm. P. Bonortght A Cos., Hay den St me A Cos. Trussed Concrst* building end many others Phon® Cherr> 7*l for trial. " " ' 11 -x I*l BMC 50TKT. OF SALK OF L - I I.SIMED H tU(. AOE NOTICE IS HKKKBY GIVEN that the following unclaimed baggage will b* 1 sold at public auction at the bag. a*go room of the Ml<h|jgmi)_.L'jLiUsa4* TefiujoJiL iiUsceem'-tTir'Drlr <\t. Wayne ■rriThly. Mbhlgan. *n Tuesday, the t'th da;- us Man’ll. I>l7. at 7.3* o'clock P. \l. Eastern Standard Time, and each follow'tig day at the earn*- time until sold, the same having remained umlalmid In ttie poe*e.*#ion of the Mli bis'.in Genital Railroad Gomf»an>* j for ore (| i year or more. The name® sos th" ow ner* of said baggage are j unknown. The general description of «md baggage and the name of the station or depot to which each piece was checked i* a* follows: Check No. 4i - 6856 to Detroit. Bundle; 7404, Da trnlt, Htnt t’aae. 842181. Gd Rapid*. Batehel; 28614. T>etrolt. Bundle; I r . ft 22V. Gd Itapld*. Hatrbel: 284706, Detroit. Trunk 18244*. Rattle Creek, Suit <’a •• 1 77■*S'• Mult • *a*e; 8717Y7. IGd Rat id*. Mu t <*a*e. 457742. Detroit. Pag Tools. 26315. Detroit, Bundle: 1* 284 Gd Rapid*. **>lll Case. 9) J 97, li’hlcago, Rundle, 7."G24. Midland. Brndb* 151714 Wor.dlawn. Bundle; SPBSJ. Detroit. Trunk. 14418*. Detroit, knit Ci»e, **4l*4. Tietrott. Ualehel; Jims* Detroit. Match"l; 8*4447. De* Ifroß. ' SnR t '.se, "•74461, Buffalo, u .it Cum* 573465 Buffalo. Suit Caaat 7*722 Detroit M„lt <’;i*e 28!>a*5 De troit Suit Ge*e Xl.lt.t I )etrott. Bun dle 2G ’. Chicago. Trunk: 50A5. De treit. Trunk: *44*l, Detroit. Mleleh; Detroit Cult G*.e; 754102. ■ Detr If, CuR Cn*o 611''74. Detroit. ; Trunk "Hi-ct. Detroit Trunk' 63443. D« tr ‘t. Te'-vopr 86403, Detroit, S ' < c a ,5074 Detroit. Millt Case; r>> *46, D»trolt, Suit )'ua» 474(23 De ft it. Trink: * 17. Detroit. Bog; 17"• 11 M iffal Trunk - 04 Detroit. Trunk *l7. Detroit. Trunk: '*464(iJ, D/trolt Tool Rox • 95855, Kalamaxoo. .Trunk 48847. Detroit. Mult Ge*e; I 4■»* 1 * G.d Rap Ma. Mult Case. 767314. .... • Detroit. Slit Ga*e |*«74 Detroit. Rag *24123. I*. tr,.it. Rag- 72'' K ‘> Detroit. Trunk; x»-.v 'l-troll, Trunk. 352*65 De t'dt. Trunk 87.7247, Kalamaxoo. Trick 1 * *B. Detroit. Mult I’aae; 117 12 4. D“trolt. Mult Case. 1P2525. T«etr R. v ' It f*a«e 51*51. Detrott. t.igh Chair 44« I*etro|t, Trunk; 2' mC Toledo, "c njn k I*4oßl. Detroit, is .rnple Cs»e; 1 44032. Detroit. Semple Mult <Si*®; | tt Detroit, huit Ca-e. <61791 Buffalo. TANARUS, Poy 14. Detroit Go Cart. 2'l !<*,', Detroit. Mampls Case. 5<'6441. It'oirago. Trunk: sr'4''44, Detroit Bov; •<'•445, Detroit. Trunk 914**1. De- I troi* Mult Ca*e, 201154. Chicago. I Suit T J744J2 ty-llaAd. Telescop*; h | 12. I "troß. TrunV; J 86497., Detroit. I Baby Cab 52161. Chicago, On Cart; 1 1 77 •<J Ib.i fit' , TtiriVF *75*47. Chl <syo. Suit Case 24*490. Detroit Mult fa-" it, Detroit Canvas flag: 79*527. Detroit. Bundle; 5*1*39, Detroit Mutt Case. 6"T4, Chicago. Raby Cab; 211748. Chicago, hull Case, 549451. Detroit s,,| t • ae». »«»38. Detroit s U ',t c‘a»* **l*3, Ch rifo. Trunk. 7t#S9«. Detroit. Trunk It. t*e|roll. Trunk. *. w4a*. 7. Detroit. Mult Case; . 737*36 4,d It* Ida s lit c,«. . 54*3*". Detroit 11 gh Chair; IMBI, Dafrolt. W....d»n B"X. 4**2' cpirago Baby t'ah s’ Detroit. Trunk; 3.3467, D®* ' tr« I* Mult Case si. Detro t. T'sse’ 5 -3034. Detrt 't. 9ilt Casa; ! 4\fiii» iisUutt Handle. 41749. D*~ ;7t .* Bundle. *;t«2. Buffalo. Mott '< ««» ;8*417. Buffalo. Satchel; 9*14*6, 11 ) , t Mult ■ ase. *4 it. Detroit Ii «i c t ri 371*2* tTil-ego. Bundle; ! «'l 6.C ttetrntt Baa 3*94*7. Oilesm. . m * *3057 Ch ago. Go Cart; plfo futrott Bundle; 1*754® TV trrot* ’full Cuee. 41 Detroit. Go Cart; -- _ 7xl Detroit Trunk 6, Detroit. r r"inh 3* 474 1 Detrotf. Mexr; 525594. Detroit. Mult Case *S F»etrolt. Bhif 7»i:> h»'gtn»w. P"« 59. Da te.*t T-unh vracvY .LANBOV* 7® J -Hit < ««e* ne. Etc I Trunk. 4 <j Cir*« an> B»hv «"*Bbs. Umhrl inr 1 Ruedtes 4B' aeg, 5 Tool Box * Miscellaneous Articles of rn, th ( e. a Furs. Etc. M r liFAIIING, fi ne.at Baggage Agent PAGE 7