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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, 1917.
Nature's ttett Food Laxative a the bran which makca up the outer coating of the whole wheat grain. But why eat coaree bran catee when you can accomplfch the same purpoee by eating Skra44e4 Wbaat ikcvit and at the tame time get all the rich body-building ma terial in the whole wheat gram prepared in a digest ible form. A perfect food just enough protaid to build healthy muscle, just enough carbohydrates to supply heat and energy, just enough bran to keep the bowels healthy and active. For breakfast with milk or cream, or for any msal with firuita. Made at Nia gara Falls. N. Y. M’CORMICK MAYRECEIK JAPAN POST Likely To Succeed Guthrie As U. S. Ambassador WASHINGTON. March 14— Vancv McCormick, chairman of the Demo cratic national commute*, la to v o iffered the poet of ambassador to Japan, according to a wall authen ticated report today, ft la under ► food that the Pennsylvanian U not keen for the appointment, but that It will be urged °o him by tba president, who la tnxlous to have the post (tiled by a uum of more than average tact and executive • kill In event of McCormick declining there will be a boom in the proa pacta of Edwin V. Morgan. ambassa dor to Brasil who ie at praaeet in thla country on Into* Morgan hat boon strongly recommended to the proeldent by thane familiar with h'e work In B.*asil It la admitted at IgO state (•epsrtm*>nt that Brasil's friendltneni for America and her sympathetic attitude inward I’ron*- cant Wilsons various move* in the Ktftopean situation. are target) at trlbotaMe to Morgan a tactful band ling of our Interest* In Brasil There la probably no man in the diplomatic corps belter equipped than Morgan for th* foklo post, ne muae of his experience aa mln'ater ta Corea to the last day* of tha in dependence of the kingdom There are however taro factor* militating against hl« appnoimmt. the fact that he |« u Republican and tbe fact that the administration ta averse to making any change in Hr aril it this time when effort# are being centered upon developing Latin American friendaliii ». MONEY NOT KEY TO HAPPINESS World Owen Debt To Many Who Have N# Health. Saya Dr. Rugbee The Kev. Lucius Hugh* c. of Ctniat Methodist church. Pittsburgh. who U >p*-aker la the Method*-it oooD' «i*> l-*nteo servlcd# tn the Detroit op« ra house thin week talked oc ’'Paradoxes of hf*. ’ Tuesday. Or. Bugbee Mid .n part: U'fr ta rtuubla-barreled Oa one eld* It la loaded with physical •enslbtlt tiea. on the ether, heavy with ecirtt uel (Aral*. On th* ouMlde it i« re* laled lo property, toe la. merchandise, food, drink, boueee end lend* and ell that may be touched end e#en. on the Inalde It reletee to thought* Ideal*, emotion* volition*. The** two realm* of experience are distinct one from the other Money, which .an buy anvthing in the out* ward world. t« counted a* duat tn the balance among the beet men when It la weighed egelnat the td»ela they carry tn their heart* one men will search reetleealy for outward peace and earthly pl«a*hee* which eeem elwaye to "elude him: anather. who doe* not consciously aeek the*# thing*. And* *ati«f*ction welting up within him llhe living water . Thera are men in America whoee ante ambition la to b# rich, e© *hey accumulate wealth and multiply com fort*. but thalr money doee not eeem to proAt them There are otbera who have ho money, hold no offlee. end expect no monument, but tbo they are poor they mah* many rich and th* world la In their debt. Jean* le the eupreme example es thin truth He moved thru life hav* Inc nothing end tho for our eehee He h« ••erne poor yet thru Him we be came immeeeumbly enriched Ho men can live on breed alone He moat be "fed inwardly by Him who le the Ageed of Use. The lew of th# high get pweaible life la alwaye paradoxi cal. Ceenori Wine In Gratae Feint# Richard T Connor* «u elected prraident of Groat- Point# rlilagc Monday oxer Albert L. Cagteux. Peal H Darning *m elected presi dent of Groeee Point# farm* Tke Or ( .aei s^Tm^ LABOR FOB UNIVERSAL IRMRIIR Council Headed By Gompera Declares In Its Favor GIVES DOCTRINE FORMAL APPROVAL Railway Brotherhoods Also Back Policy of Preparedness By /. P. TODBM (Staff Correspondent Units* Press') WASHINGTON. March 14. Or ganised labor of America virtually declared today for universal service* . . The doctrliw haa been fcrmallv subscribed to not only by tha mil linos of members of the American Federation of but by vthe 400,000 or more members of tha four b|g brotherhoods of railway em ployes Subscription to the doctrine was announced in a 2.400-word pamphlet issued by the labor council which, under the presidency of Samuel Gompera. concluded a day and a half session here early today Samuel Gompera In presenting the pamphlet explained It as meaning a declaration in favor of universal mill tarp training The big. significant phase of the labor council's action. It was pointed out by one of the highest authorities In planning for national defense, la the fact that Gompera Is a member of the official national defense coun cil. and aa such aits in conference with members of President Wilton's cabinet and the nation’s greatest capitalists, when that body meets. "We speak for millions of Amerl cans.'' the pronouncement begins "We are not a eect. We are not a party. We represent tbe organize tlona bald together by the pressure of nor common needs. We represen' the part of the nation closest to the fundamentals of life The power and use of Industrial tools Is greater than tbe tools of war ami will in time supersede agencies of deatruc tton“ Labor demands. It stated, life right in war times to be the recog nixed defender of wage earners against the sajne forces that in pre vious wars have made national ne cesstty an eiente for more rat bless methods Heretofore, it Is declared labor haa borne tbe brunt of war's terrors and deprivations "Industrial justice la the right of those living wltbia our country.’* the statement continues. "With this right there Is associated obligation. In war time obligation takes the form of service in defense of the republic against enemies "We recvgnlze .hat this service must cither be military or industrial both equally essential for national defense We hold this to be Incon trovertibla. that the government which demands that men and women give their labor power, their bodies or their lives to It a .-ervlce should demand also the service, in the in tereal of these human beings, of all wealth and the products of ho inan toll- property.” After denouncing Influences which have forced "unequal sacrifice from Isbor” in the previous wars, the statement sgVa: "Oar labor distrusts and protests against militarism be cause It knows that militarism rajv Resents privilege and la the tool of special interests, exploiters and de/ pot a. "But. while It opposes militarism, it holds that it Is the duty of a na tlon to defend Itself against tnjna tice and invasion • • • • "The labor movement uemands. however, that a clear differentiation be made against military service for the nation and police duty, and that military service should ba carefully distinguished from service In Indus trial disputes WOMAN FAINTS IN COURT ROOM Police Jurtice Rellera' court *r» thrown Into icit-ment Tuesday morning by tne ahneka and gobe of a woman defendant who fell to the Poor In a faint. No sooner had Mr* Mary Becdnr*. No. 117 Ulllhrldgx at, (he complainant, uttered her first aentence. accusing Sira. Ida Wittenberg, of the Mine address, of calling her a rile name. than the letter cried out. eobbsd and fainted Court office rx and the womans *hu*band dashed abcut for water. tf> on rwTlTing her The cnee was adjourned for one week. Merger Is Planned. la e special meeting of th# Mich igan Stamping company and olfio-r* of the General Etagtnrer o*. company which manufacture* the OoMe steam car Thursday night, pi me are to be dtecnxnwd concerning the proposed merger of the two on cerna. according to reports 'n ftnan dal drrlei MOTHER SPURNED BY DAUGHTER IN DIVORCE COURT Little Laosbook, is years old. saw bar mother, Mrs. Nallle Shook. In Judge Shepherd's court. Tuesday morning for the first time in two years, hot when Mrs Shook ran to klaa her daughter. Imds turned her back aad would have nothing to do with her. ''Aren’t you ashamed?" cried her . brother Ike, 10 yeara old "You ought to be glad to see mother" Ike was glad enough to see her, alt ho he haa been living with hta father. Emery Shook, from whom Mr*. Shook sought a divorce. Mrs Shook left her husband, it was testified Moved by the dem onstration of her affection for hA children. Shook's attorney tried to prevail upon her to come back to her husband and stop tha suit. ‘T wouldn't do It for the world," she said. Tha boy and girl are pretty chll dren aad seemed well kept, despite their lack of a mother's care. The court, deeply affected, re fused U> give the wife a decree In th« hope of forcing a reconciliation. PLAN JOINT COORTY AND CITY HALL Bill To Permit Co-oper ative Structure Ready For Legislature BY W. /,. CALXOX. (Staff Correspondent Detroit Timas) LANSING, Mich . March 14.—May or Marx, of Detroit, and his secre tary. Eddie Fitzgerald were here Tuesday merely "on a visit" they say Coincident with their arrival It has become known that a bill in course of preparation In Detroit, which will he offered in tbe legisla ture. to enable tbe city of Detroit and the county of Wayne to co-oper ste in the erection of a big new city and county administration building probably on the site of tbe present city hall. The bill Is being pr%* pared by Corporation Counsel Ding rm an. Growth of business haa been such that tbe county building is sadl) overcrowded, with courts sitting even In the garret It Is expected that four more circuit judges will be provided by this legislature and that then the county building will be able to accommodate only the courts The proposal la to turn the county build ‘ng into a court building exclusively ind have all the city and county ad nl&jitratlon offices la the same building SCARCITY OF HELP SERIOUS Sfftrtl Detroit Concern* Are Out of BasineM Temporarily For Want of Men Scarcity of laboring men in De troit ha* put several concern* out >f buaineaa mil 1* threatening to close ether establishment*. AM James Vern.tr, of the First ward, and a prominent buaineesmxa. raya that condition* have reached auch a *tau> that the very aiistcncx of many of the cltv'a rmailer indue trie* la thioateneJ. .fad that com moo laborer* moat or obtained from the west. Wm Undamann A Son* at Ms ICO Madluon-ave .. of w.»gons, have clo#*<l np because they crnipffl get tho men." s.ud the alderman, “and t hav« been informed that Wil liam Sauer A Son*. Noe trIH Hor?lu at . have *© greatly rt-luee.? their capacity because of th* labor capac ity that tiicv are contemplating rhut tlng down Conditions are nothing abort of leplortrtl*. "Thee# ar» merely example* of what f have found thiumit the etty I, ravaelf, have had trouble gdtv>7 audlcient rnen. and the acarcity will be felt moat keenly within the next few weeke Robert Oakman. real ratate oper ator. said Tneaday that be oould u*» M>o men to advantage, but that he had aooured th<* city and that jJey could not be obtained "I believe that the Board of Com meree or nomo other civic organize tion could work to advantage to re lieve thia condition." he »ald""Aom« effort should b* made to induce laboring men to come here from The waat for It la certain that the city's industries n*ed them and cannot get along without (hem * gey a Flood School. DIXON. 111.. March t —The new 17E.000 Dixon high achooi building waa flooded from assembly to baa* meat when mlacreaota. said by tho facnlty to be high achooi students, turned on the Ore hydrant* Th* faculty, the board of education, and tho atudenta have been In a fight over discipline It ia aaid that th* aoaa of three prominent families will be arreetod Romeo Voted Dry RUMBO Mich. MdVrb ll—The vfllagw of Romeo waa voted iry to 4ay by a aaajoru s of flew. PLOTS NAY STRIKE AT U. S. NAVY Alarming Disclosures Made In Philadelphia Smuggling Case FISCHER DID WORK FOR GOVERNMENT Relative To Kaiser Had Free Access To U. S. Warships PHILADELPHIA. March 14 —Tha plot to smuggle goods aboard tha German interned ships in the League Island navy yard, which haa so far resulted in five arrests of prom inent German Americans, assumed more sinister aspects Tuesday when It became known that Adalbert Fin cher Is not only a relative of the kaiser himself, but Is an official of one of the largest marine engineer ing companies situated In Hamburg rtscher’s daughter Is the wife of the osrner of the Hamburg firm. Government agents who have been ferreting out the elusive bits of In formation concerning the former op erations of the Fischer firm were amazed to find the extent of its ramifications In addition to the knowledge of Fischer’s direct connections and In terests in Germany these facts are said to have been learned jj federal .igents: That the Fischer firm has made a specialty of contracts fpr ihe American navy, a number of contracts having been made directly with the government. That tbe firm haa amassed a huge amount of Information snoot the American navy, including plans, specifications, blue prints and the to cation of oil tanks on both dread naughts and torpedo boat destroy- era. Adelbert Flacher. at liberty on bail, la a reserve officer la the Oer man army. A number of the employe* of the Fischer firm hare been on trial trips iff American ships and arer conver sant with all the featuraa of their construction The company is equally equipped with machinery with which to make E-hell* and other munitions. It was equipped during the Spanish-Ameri can war for that purpose The attempt to smuggle chronom eters ashor* from the llnera was the part played by Fischer's wife. Federal officers express the belief that it was th< intention to use them as time clocks to set off timed explosives in event of war. Fischer is not an American citizen and has been in this country only a few years. But because of his vari ous contracts with the government he has had access to many exclusive files of the navy department. Officials say Fischer's method of obtaining contracts «itb the govern mens was to bid so low as actually to lose money on the transact lons HARRY K. THAW INSANE AGAIN Alienists Hold Him Mentally Irresponsible For His Acts PHii.ADEI.I4t IA. March 14—Har r> K Thaw vat adjudged iurane Tuesday by alienists who « xaniined Mm in th-* sanity inquiry star* *d by hi# mother. Commissioner E. A. Ballard and six Jurors mad# a report to the com mon plea* court No. 5 adjudging Thaw insane. An order ha* been issued placing Thaw In cu»t»dy of St. MAry'* ho#pital, where he has been confined since bis attempt <*t suicide. PROGRESS MADE ON SMITH JURY DENVER. Colo.. March IS. —At the close of the noon session of court today, the trial of Mrs. Stella Moore Smith, charged with the killing of ber chauffeur husband, John Law renc* Smith on the morning of Jan IS. eleven prospective jurors sat In the Jury box. Every man of the eleven had declared that he be-1 no conscientious scruples tn regard to Inflicting the dearh penalty upon the woman on trial Up to noon today 44 talesmeishad been examined by the prosecution and the defense. Thirty three of them declared they would not hang a woman under any circumstance* Th# Fursuit of Literature Prof. Booker (foremen of tb« Summerville volunteer hose - - Never mtnd the rest of the bouae. Re A the library‘ He borrowed my fl-*t edition of ffpeaaer* •'Paerl* Queen#* day before yesterday DETROIT TIMES POLICE BELIEVE THEY FOILED PLOT TO ROB Y. M. C. A. A bold plot to rob the Y. M C A oti pay night was foiled, (ha polios say, with tha arrest Tuesday of two young feliowa tor striking peter Johnson, one of the proprietors of fi restaurant at Nu. 42 Broadway. Mcnday night With these two, the detectives locked up a third pal. charging all at them with felonious assault. Revolvers were found on* each, and the police declare they have reason to believe the pgtr sere planning to stage a holdup in the Y M. C. A. in the near future The three men are wanted on •ertona charges in Chicago, tit Louis. Omaha aad Kansas City They have been registered at the Annex at Arthur Ueb, 27 year* old. salesman; Harry Thompson, 21 jeers old, machinist, and William Jacksoa. 20 yaara old, laborer Lieb and Jackson went to tbe Broadway cate with two women aad thare got into a quarrel with John sen. One of the men drew a revol ver aad struck Johnson over tbe back of the bead with the butt. Both of the alleged gunmen deny that they either thrashed Johnson or slapped the girls OEAN SEES MENACE IN PACIFISM Rev. F. Edwards Asks Pertinent Questions In Miles Talk CAN CHRISTIAN BE LOYAL CITIZEN? Rector of St Paul's Will Answer Query In Other Sermons “The menace to thla country does not come from the Immigrant, tha predatory rich, nor organised labor. It cornea from tbe organised pacific mass of Christian sentiment which thinks it has a right to thwart the president, close its eyes to the perils of this nation, and believes that It should prove to the world (as Armenia has) that It la a peace ful, non resistant people and thus can perish with honor.” said Dean Frederick Bdwardffi of Bt. Paul i cathedral In the noonday Lenten sermon in the Miles theater, Tues day. Mr. Edwards continued: Ton have brought up your children In this belief and now you roust faoe It. Tou have triad by every means to Inculcate In tha youth of this country th*e they cannot be a C hristian and wrar the American uniform Now what are you going to do about it. Reroember that you can't hirs some rad-blooded fellow who dose not cars so much affbut your Idea of Chris tianity to do your fighting for you My sermons this week will be on the relation of Christianity to na tionalism One question lies bark of the opinion of most people at the present time It Is "Can a man bes consistent Christian and a loyal American cltlsen"? The average man never thought about It. Thera is s class of Christians who would rather go to prayer meeting than to help clean up the city, who d<< not know the vice district when the> see It They are hoarders In clttsenahlp and prafsr to 'lot Georgr* do It " Thare are others who are follow ers of Tolstoi and they ran make out a good rase for thsmseltes If they will read their Bible carefully. Beth Tolstoi, who believed In absolute non-resistance, and Nlstiechs, who hsllsvsd that Christianity w-ae a re ligion for wojn*n and had no live, vital fores in it, hsv# ground* fur their belief At least they had both read thsir Bibles There Is a Us. of c|e«vare i'»- tween consistent Christianity and the discharge of the duties of rttlsenshln Men have come to think thet it is unchristian to shoot another men. but is he willing to hire another man to do his shooting for him* am not answering these questions. I am asking you It Is for you to de cide. We are not prepared to face s national crisis in the old-fashioned way •mailing Htr Gut <r> A p 7 Tilly, the Maid —Surely. Mr* Bherlock, I’ve dusted your toilet article* carefully every day Mr* Sherlock—Then how 1* It I havdfe't detected any of my per fume on you for a week* W YOU HAO A 'M* NECK CijißiM UMO as TMI* rcLLOWL ■ AMO MAO jgSORE THROAT $1 'Hu cjltoms I lime I. .a uMMnixunx. BELL PHONE SHOWS BIG GAININ ’l6 Grom Income $79,000,* 000, Increase of s9,* 000,000 Over 1915 $35,000,000 PAID IN DIVIDENDS More Than $22,000,000 Carried Over For Surplus Tha growth of the 801 l telephone ayMom la toll wire mileage. In »üb aerlbers and in telephone connec lions la shown by Prealdent N. Valla report for 1919 tc» hare been larger than in any previou# year. The number of telephone station# on Dec. SI wan 9.917,192. who* lug an unprecedented lncrena< during the year of 695,971, of which 577,J50 were owned by the Bell companies. 119,691 wore Bell connected sta tion*. The total mileage of wire for ex change and toll service waa $19,964}.- 316 mile*, an Increase cf 1,141,770. Fifty -eight per cent of the wire mile xgr ia underground, and 2,t>92,9if* mile* were toll wlra. The number of dally telephone connection.'* to creased to an average of 29,420.tMM>. or at th-y rate of 9.799.700,000 a year, which ia approximately 100 call* for every man. woman and child In the United States, The report presents the opera tion* of the America* Telephone ft Telegraph company and associated companies, that Is the BeP system a* a Vhole, with inter company dup lications secluded In found uurr her* the total opera'lng revenue* of the Bell system were $264,100,006, an increase of $;I0, J6l.t*oo ,n \? I per cent over the y<ar before Os these revenue* depreciation and maintenance consumed $94,55«,000, *n increase of $6.797,600 or 11.6 p»r cent. traCPc expense* con* inn ed $63.- 749.00 u, an Increase of $7,963,000 or 17 4 per cent; commercial expense* $26,999,000, an Increase of sl.U*. LOO or 9 per cent; general and mis cellaneous expenses 911 902.000. ai» increase of $363,000 .>r 7.7 per cent. taxes assignable to operations SM. 916.000. an Increase of $1,916,000 or 14.7 per cent. *. The "total gross income," using ihe term officially provided by the Interstate commerce commission, wax $79.36.;,00<V an lucres** of $9,- 797.000 or 14.1 per cent over 1915. Chit of thi.t $22,114,000 was paid for interest, rents, etc . leaving $35,j00,- 000 for dividend* and over 122.00m,- 000 to be carried intc xurp'u* Approximately S6.'HH).O(iO was paid to-th* employe* .»* additional ergn pcnsitt.in tc cover abnormal work ing conditions nnd living ripen** of the year. DON’T WANT A LARGER STORE A temporary injunction restrain Inn K Van Noordcn and Edward Rintaln from bulldinK a larger struc ture in plate of the burned butld Ing at No. 187 Woodward av*.. wai granted by Judge Heartier Monday, on the petition of the Field* Cloak 4 Suit company, which leaned the building The company allege* that the present dtructure Is not entire ly deatroyed and that the term* of the lea*e are that a larger atruc tur*. with higher rent, ahall not be built. nnle*e the present one 1* a total loan Children Ory FOR FLETCHER’? CASTO R 5 A Mortuary. r«*TTia* March It. John H.. at re*l dene*. *7 Pltcher-at Kelt ved hu» t>and of Carrie F! . d*A father of charla* A. and Edmund H. Potter Funeral fro mr«*wi»nc* Thursday, lpm. Burial at Romeo •STM UIEK -March 11 I*l7. «I' a. m.. at *77 Fast Ktrhy-nve, Anna, beloved wife of Jacob *tvmas*ek. and mother of Walter » Fdwerd 7 Harold 4. Joseph and Sylvia 3 Funeral cervices will be held Wed needay morning. March i4. 1917 at * a m at Na«r-<1 He* church. Burial at Greenwood rem* tery TgO*flOt—March 11. at residence of her daughter. Mr*. Che-le* Compte. of Rochester. Mich Mar garet A . widow of the late Charles M. Thompson and mother of M*s Charles M Compter. Mrs rharle# Fuller. Warner ft and Preston J and Charles H, of r'hlcsgr thin I*l. of Elkhart Ind Mr* I/out* To*#y and Mis* C<>r a Thomp»in Funeral from residence of her son. W*rn*r R Thompson at 114 Avery iv«., Wednesday, at 2 pe m. Inter* m*nt Flmwood cemetery Wet ARTIfV —Helen Louis-, darling daughter of Frank and Moll!- Mul ligan MoC«rthy. Funeral from >74 Ferdinand-ave.. Wedneedav. »t i a am Private GORDO eh I*. I*l7. Pr George G. at residence. 424 Lincoln-* e Surviving him a r e hie wife and two anna. Frank W and Fred E., of thl* etty. -nd #l*ter. Mrs Pet«r Rea iblen. es Whitmore, M! ?i Fu neral eer-'toe# reeldenee We<- r.eaday, at 114 n m Pnrtal at Grand Rlane. k -h Deceased wae horn in Grand Blanc. June >?. ]IU C. E. BIRD & 00. Funeral Directors ft W##t Hsseerk Av# Phone Q**t and Si** Detroit Mielt ».. i» m * -1» i*- rale W g\TED—Errand bov Arp’v Job Printing Dept. Detroit Time* 74- 71-77 Ragle j. FOR MLh-MIMULtRWDI *■* fllE —ts ■ pianos - «ssja: v 1 REFINISHED. REPAIRED AND TUNRD DETROIT PIANO CO. 79 BROADWAY MAIM 12BV IRON WORKERS, muit be ex perienced in Uying out and erecting ntair work. STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY. THE ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK CO. AKRON, OHIO AMBITIOUS * TOUNG WOMEN Rapid growth of buaineaa necessitate* employment of larger force. Exceptional op portunity for those allowing ability. W r e offer: stxady work WAT WHILE LEARNING GOOD WORK INO CONDITION* FREQUENT fifCREAMfe ’MSALARY Apply Operators’ Training School, Madison avenue and John R. street, between 9. a. m. and ft p. m. Michigan State Telephone Company. WAWTHTSUPT—IIKI.UWOPS CASS for o!4 salsa teeth, gold trswaa broker lewelry diamond*. watches, etc., full value paid. L'.b«r*y Rfg Cos.. 97 WoodWd. n> Swor elevate*. to ■ art—worm A. A. A. A A ▲. A. A. Hannan Rental Agency A free list of louse# and flat* Call la p-non at tb oldest and largest real estate exchange in Michigan. I McGRAW fuiLDINO to smxt—aooaa HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor L*rne<l and Bates-sta. Maks roar home for the winter at the Hotel Franklin Special weekly rktee roa lAta-aasunyics rauraatt WOR SALE—7-room ! house near Packard auto plant Small pay ment down, balance like rent. For sale or exchange. 7-room house and I acre* of lead. 1 mile from Milford. Four-family dat. East Jefferson, half block from car Una Rent $M Price SIOOO BARTON, Walnut 2539-J. TmTthornton ave. Open Daily, 2 to 5 P. H. or phone Walnut 4711 or lilt for ap pointment and eee this new modera frame 2-famlly flat, well built and decorated, select your own fixtures. sood car service and nei ' t>..rh«od • we! furnaces, cosy ea rooms Price IIU4 Term# Would a list of beet bargains tn DETROIT REA! SfITATI vacant and Improved Interest yont DICKINBON’fI GUIDE gives you this mailed on request Dickinson**. Dept T. Drtmt HE II ttTATh OPPOgniSIttM MAKE SI,OOO Get Your Ix>t Now in the GREEN SUBDIVISION T0 f * Down and 1% Monthly fROWERTT LIES INSIDE Os THE CTTT LIMITS. BETWEEN FORD moHWAV and grand river ave. TNQi, i R.B ts 4 CHaMRFR or COMMP-m- E OR mi GRAND RIVER-aTE CALL CHERRY 1471 <•>« « f vt»t *S4 FOR *4I.K—FARM* •MALL FARMS WANTED t to 10 or IS acre* within 40 mile* of Detroit, with or without *tock and Implement*. Send fall partie ulara ROSS LAND CO. Mlchlgan’a Greatest Farm Agency. I*o7 Penobecot bldg. Phone Ca<T HU FARM buyers send for “Piper's Farm Bulletin " It's free Many barg«lns W C Piper, Holden bldg., .letmit ONF Os THF REST bean growing farms In central Michigan; must be cold James Spence Lake, Mich. fOR bAAJe— TAC ART I.OTP Would a 1* at of best bargains tn DETROIT REAL ESTATE vacant and Improved Internet you? DICKINSONS GUIDE gives you this Mailed on request. DfCKINKONK DFPT T PFTROTT. ITOSA6C ARD CARTAUK CENTRAL ftTOnAOE Col moving, peeking, fireproof; rates right. Mo tor vane for suburban moving Phone Cadillac 49 EOF HI, BROS Storage, L*»rteg* end Racking Offka 142 Alfred Rtdgs Ml «CMK Storage mamninti w■ rehouse Storage moving M **• 41 Gilman. PARTY MOVINO to California tan rent part or -ar • Central ntorag* Cos.. C*dlllac 4*. MURKT TO 1.0A4 JOIN THE LEAGUE Then you ran obtain 3% MONEY 3% to buy nr build e home, pay off that mor'eage. repay same In small monthly psrtnenta (lees than rent). Write r, r -gll Co-Operative League of A meric* Hie Penobacot Bldg. building" wass Get ready for that new horn# or fiat tn the spring; if ynu own a lot »« will loan you *ll tha money to build. MEANS A WADE Mortgage Bankers. 1110-1131 Maleatld bldg. LAND CONTRACTS bought Quick and satisfactory deals. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. CO WFT RUCTION t/iAft| LI b e rVi amouota J F Weber. 2*4 Orattoi WR RUT LAND CONTRACT* Detroit Land Contract Cos. «l» lil Hammond Bldg Cod MIA fSMOIAL NOTICE—If any p .*•»• girl le le trouble, needing advice frlenjebl* pr kelp, writ* or call on SRCRe* »ART MAROARET PUT FT 1417 ort-et. W Sol vat lea Army FOR SALK—RIM R 4.1 AIROI « VIOLIN BARGAIN -Oae 4»l# Bull m>'d»l considerably .##d rich, powerful tone full ebony trim med beautlfullv shaded r*d amber vatnleh formed owner paid •*• Our special sale price |l< with fi Srsailwood bow Included GRIN* NELL BROS Branch. *7 Monroe TTPF/WRITFR*. ALL MAKES. NEW ANT' rsFr*. u> Jd* (aim) stork •#ev term*. Renting f H up r*H No. 7 Campus neat De troit opera Muw Cadillac 44*4 htain several thaw sew add re anas at 1 lovers we ► following SmMBI idd Finn J|K| (volora. 11, 111 MU ml Red colors. ss; J Ibe Free with '■ order provide* * reaaee of BxsotUalme i* Bui be Free puts IMttßda ; tlons far plani ng IqlaaS*. Send your srd|t 'ftr 3fH money orAar taohaA, risk Boston Exits iVUiillfl: rv MED oak Upright Plano-—Ce operative dale Hpeutnl beautlfttL attractive ease: stmtly mndsrr.; brand new Only $199. Tpßftjil suit Call or write (JRINXILu BBofl Branch. 97 Monroe. HAINES’ WIGS, TOUPEES And UdW Hair Good* , I 1 jKmk Beet made *m4 Tin* s€w in th* world for ttkß money. Indies’ Hair Good* wholesale and retail. Ph» Ant quality French Hair Swttdw end Hair Goods. Price* right Established in preeent Hair Store—lß79—over 87 yeacA. 76 GRAND RIVER AVI. We 2 Door* from Baglay Am WM. A. HAINES Typewriter*—Late Model* Underwood. CorWM. £5 jsVSvvE |1 to ft mo DETROIT ' ‘ ’>'¥■ WRI r 9.11 CO »*• J 1 efTarson * ave., near Woodward. Main 41M. BTEH LI NO PIANO for tiff; 'mm fTSO; America* greatest mlAEm priced piano; fine golden oal$« tMf* oughly overhauled; up usually <wpel tone fleneattcmal Ce-o,>era4lve dale bargain OTUNNELL BROil. 341 Woodward. ROOM*—Furniture for rooms oog pi etc n Week Sumner Mteh Atm. i;«« FOR PCX ABE UPRIGHT Ptftfik era* sSflo. Co-operative **>» Xpe dal. beautiful burl walnut, care fully inspected by our factory: sweet tone: wonderful value; easy terms. GBINYELL RROA. Ml WooAwgrA SODA FOTTNTXTTfk. new and ass*; •team tabths store furattur* «*!• fas uma terms Geo Marsh Cos.. II Bast \twater- at. Mala *7*l STORAGF. furnltrre. neartv new Mr* gain t»-|ce Itißieer (V» w*eh A its i.ovr and rot wd BLAC K LEATHER PORTFOLIO Sgt urday j>. m at Hudaon’* toy atore. Jnd fl- or Libera! reward for re turn to 90 Tvler-ave TelephtMM Hemlock 1743-J. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS STATE COUNTY TAXES ARE DUE The 4TAT* AND GOTNTT TAX A* for the year i*IO-I*IT tm •he several Winla es the City of Del celt. laetaAlaa Wehoet T»«- *e la Territory 4regard 4a ea4d W ard*, have bees deeerlte* with the Aetleg (east y Treeearer by ♦he Beard es Arreerrrr A the City es Detroit, aadee the pra ■ elalrre at l.aeal Act Na. *TN» I at* teettaa A ae «ar*4»A and Raase Kerr tie* let Na. L ip* prove* Feh an. INIT. far the #a*> tectiaa af *tate aa* C aaaty Tar es far eal* year. The tetter Create Treaearer la -ea»a»oa*sd ta esllaat the several Mae are tlaae* la the teat eslaar es the tMessaest Bella. dartag tha MONTtf OP NISI A tPtr. wHh ewt peaettr 4*e oil taaaa ep» I IPIT pot R FRR I RNT. Witt BE ADDED. ON IND IPTSS FI NE 4, IPIT. ONE FEW CENT, rg* WON TW AND C01.1.E4 f*OW yri wrff.f RE IRDSB t NTTA PAL joivn r W. TIRftOrW. Artfag treaty Tveaaerre of e* koaea. **A* a. an. le 4 p- m. PAGE 7