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TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1917.
TEACHERS CA.i’ f SAVE IN DETROIT Asaociation Shows Av erage Saving Is But sls Per Year The Detroit Teachers’ association la convlncel that teachers ta the rubltc schools abouid bar# hotter salaries. It la not ao much aa ap peal for tba teachers a« for the youth of tba city The Teacher' aa aoclatioa believes that unlees batter aalarlea are provided tbe pupils will not be able to have tbe high class of teachers who now preside over the classes. A memorandum from the teachers has been forwarded to the common council and board of oatlmatee with statistic* regarding salaries and llv inf coot. In which the proposed sal* ary Increases are discussed.. The communication has been signed by Edwin L. Miller, general chairman of the association, and statistics are submitted showing that It Is difficult If not Impossible for one to be a teacher without running into debt, unless assisted by relatives. The communication Is In the na lure of an appeal that tjie children of Detroit be well taken care of and It declares that the school pupils are actually In Jeopardy because of j'jbe lowness of school teacher*’ sal aries. It sets forth that the aver age salary Is 11.100 a year or less Then It goes on to show that the average coat of living Is 1796.M0 a year for one peraon. These figures w#&> compiled before It became ao expensive to live, ao that the cost now is greatly In excess of the flg ures given Tbe estimate la for a single per son, however, tho msny of the teach ers have one or more depending upon them The allegation Is that at present rates it Is Impossible to be a school teacher without running Into debt. The teachers also draw attention to the fact that they re ceive less money than do factory hands and laborers, yet tbev are ex pected to produce up to-the minute educational results. The basis of comparison of salaries of former THE UNITED SAVINGS BANK OF DETROIT STRICTLY A SAVINGS BANK o rmsas maccTOM I**6 »• ISLAND, rwUSwl THANK B. LSI.AND. IH» M. WABNBH. VIM-fru AI.SVRT f. PM4 K. * . VNY M IHSMKSRBANN. VlwSrM. SKXHT W. ITAVDiRT. < iivNi.Fs a. raAsas. os*m.r. tmkd s ta «hm:ii. JAMKS a. BARKHAM. Wt Catbltr. RRVRT S. IINSKRHAVIV. LAtBRVK BASSBTT. Allrntr LAVKKNB BASSBTT Condensed Statement of Condition, March 5, 1917 RESOURCES Municipal Bonds and Real Estate Mortgages $6,438,170.53 i Cash on hand and in banks 1,336.518.86 Total $6,774,684.89 It it worthy of every depositor’s attention to note that the resource* of this bank consist entirely of Municipal Bonds, Real Estate Mortgages and Cash on hand and in bank*. Safety |/ Qt compounded semi • annually, is thus assured depositors, the highest rate paid by any besides interest is paid at bank in Detroit. itavtmr'it isownro sbawtr or pw mit» um amrti or niu sasa diwino tub urr roi rthbm tsar* as TSBT APrSAR OS Til RJSOORO* OP TM PTATB BARKISM DIPARTHItT i o* awaits Asset* February 4, 1»0I I 101.701 47 9 104.062 II January 11. 1»04 ~ 140.15* 17 460.669 54 January 11,1101 471,406 17 111. 122 16 January 2t. 1104 141.24121 111,731 45 January H. HOT 1,571.805 29 1,111,561 75 February 14. 1104. 1,411.474.12 1.720JH 60 February 4, 1104 1.470.556 48 1.f46,110.91 January 11.1114. 1.195,71176 1,411.104 46 March 7,1111 1,471,61* "0 1.001.760 11 February 10. 1111. 8.194.42 1.647.617.41 February 4, 1111 4.086,20':>« 4,406.041 10 January 11. 1114 4.512.6&6 12 6,174.140 01 March 4. 1116 4.147 116 60 6.441.416 14 March 7. 1114 1.141,201.14 4.414.116 64 March 5. 1917 96,090,394.08 $6,774,684.39 Ope* Monday evening trem • to • o'clwck Send for Booklet. Banking by Mall." 204-206 Griswold Street “Delay” Spells “Danger” SECURITY TRUST COMPANY DETROIT years with tboee of the present, predicated on the present cost of llv Ing, show that Detroit teacher* are now receiving. In effect, $2.13.31 tor each 1600 of aalarlea. Thle is U» comparison with food and rent prices of 1916. Aoeordlng to the flg ures of the teachers, the purchasing power of a teacher's salary In De troit Is lower than In any other city In the state. The survey of the mod* of life of teachers In Detroit school* show* that 131 teachers are unable to save anything from their salaries. 80 aft unable to exist on their salaries an<r must be helped by relatives, more than 700 cannot afford to carry any kind of Insurance; the average saving per teacher is $16.4D a year. Under the tow wage schedule, the survey shows, the man teacher can not afford to marry until he has been In the service for at leaat live years. The percentage of male Teachers unmarried Is 2$ •; tbs per rentage of married male teachers without children is 3T 2; average children per family of male teach ers, 1.8. The survey shows also that with the exception of Buffalo and New Orleana, Detroit school teach ers receive leas pay than do those of any other large city In the coun try. U-BOAT CREW SURRENDERS I.ONDON. March 9 —efty Mill ) Mutiny aboard a German U-boat aid ed by the demoralising effects of a submarine bomb, msde the diver a prise of the British admiralty and her crew the witling prisoners of a patrol boat. The German officers were missing and were probably dis posed of by the erew. A British patrol boat made the capture. If approached a merchant WMsel which whi being held up by the submarine. The latter sub merged. Then tt ceme to the sur face and tbe crew scrambled to the deck aloft. They were captured. ALDERMEN CUT PIGEON HOUSE A plan to erect a home In Grand Circus park to house the several thousand pigeon* that are seen (round the downtown streets was obstructed by the council parks and boulevards committee, Monday morning Tbe vldermer voted not to allow an item oj 12.600 asked for this purpose. All members of the commitiee voted for cutting the Item with tbe except .on of Aid. Rob inson VrlallM—plain Ms4—(ba( to ripkt—n»ra Jew n»wt. — Main (MS You have doubtless often thought of making a Will and safeguarding the interests of those dependent upon you. Why delay and run unneces sary ri*ks? Security Trust service is at your disposal. Come in and consult us at any time MENDEL, by Gilbert Cannan, a re markable story of s family of Pol ish Jews who omlgrato to Eng land and live In London. Ollbert Cannan belong* to the younger group of English novelists who seem to partake of the nature of tbs Russian* In their gripping reality and their ability to put into words tbs vital experiences of life. U was this author who discovered for us “Jean Christoph." and Is translated ,4nto English so faithfully that w* ipse little of the power of the original Moodal, the little Jew boy. reminds us of Jean Christoph, tho he has more of tbe curious primitive desire for the true values of Ilf# than had the other. Mendel becomes a genius and goes thru the different phßses of the artist s existence. Ills father, hard. cold, yet passionately clinging to his Ideals; his mother, Idealistic, full of love, yet with a broad, splendid practicality, are masterpiece* Hl* girl friends are drawn with a grasp of truth which seems to place Mr. Cannan in the lead. The days for the story for the young parson are passtng. We now demand literature for our Action. England Is respond ing nobly, but vies commissions, self supporting, are handcuffing America with steel clamps George H. Doran, publisher. New York; $1.60. e • • AURORA THE MAGNIFICENT, by Gertruds Hall, a novel which has been running In the Century mag azlne for aomo month*, but which la now out In book form. Taking crude Americans, New Englanders preferably, and trans porting them to the roflned. cultured atmosphere of Italy, is not anew idea. W. D. Howells did It in one of his first stories. “The Lady of the Aroostook." and it ha* been popular ever since. But this l» a thoroly well written and sane storr without any exaggeration* of style or matter. Aurora Is the natural, simple product of her surrounding* and reta.ns her sweet, generous na ture thru the vicissitudes of the so cial life of Florence. Oerald Fane Is the cold, critical type which Is evolved when a man becomes blase and Is a bachelor. He cannot trust himself and his own feelings until the last chapter when he succumb* to the Inevitable All of Aurora * crudity annoys him and all of her LIABILITIES. Capital Stock ... T. $ 600,000.00 Surplus (all earned) 160,000.00 Undivided Profits 14,290.81 Reserved for Taxes, etc... 20,000.00 Deposits (all savings).... 6,090,394.03 Total $6,774,684.39 BOOK REVIEWS HORNBLOWER £ WEEKS -MEMBERS- New York, Boston and Chicago Stock Exchanges Ordexs Executed bi An Security Market* J. J. HAYES, Manager 261 Penobscot Building, Detroit, Mich. DETROIT TIME* goodnesa and cxn be ranee of spir its warms his critical soul. He dose not iu* an to love her and treats her shamefully and she accepts It all with the bigness and loveliness of a true woman. He Is her child and she loves even his faults. Just how a life together will turn ont w# are not permitted to know. The book Is well worth reading. Interesting fr* m the first chapter to the last. The Century company, publish ers New York; $l6O • • • the STINGY RECEIVER, by ffle anor Hallowed Abbott, la • little book oasy to put In one's peek at. It Is also an entertaining story and, as usual, about an Invalid. Juat why Miss Abbott prefers si' k people, we do not know. But anyway, sba does and the young doctor is usually the hero about which the tale revolves. The young d< ctor this time Is of the variety which goes to the root of tblnge and practice* the neurologist's moat modem tactics. siven a woman of s*'. rich, and sick because she has no interest In life, the move of the doctor Is naturally, to provide an Interest. This he does by arrang Inga never ending process whereby tnc sick woman may be able to give things away; this being her special hobby. The invalid’s comptainla that people a’-e such “stingy receiv ers” gives the title to the book. The giver would like a little vicari ous Joy. reflected from the Joy of the receiver, but almost never Is satisfied. Anyway tt la an original Idea and worth a few hours* time The Century company, publishers, New York sl. • • s CARTOONS, by Luther 0. Brgdley. a volume of cartoons reproduced with a biographical sketch of the uneventful life of the artist by Henry J. Smith. I Jit her D. Bradley, known ewer the country as one of the best Amer ican cartoon artists died suddenly in his home near Chicago In Jana-t) ary. Hr was away from his work . but a week and what he has left | shows that his last thoughts were ou the great European conflict and the part America might be called upon to play He was an advocate of preparedness, tho not of war. and one can trace the intensity of his feeling in his pictures. This book has been published assn ap preciation by Ms friends and will be of historical value, as well. In howlng the history of tbe times In tlctures. Hand McNally A Company, Chl npo, publishers • • • HE TIGER'S COAT, by Ellxabsth Dejeans, an absorbing story In which a canny Scotchman, a Mex ican and an artist, with the com- All books reviewed on this nage can be obtained from MACAULEY BROS. BOOK STORK 78 Library Avt. ltd Hr RE-ELECT JEFFRIES for JUDGE Recorder’s Court 1 — aithful Public Service plat# outfit of artigtie tempera mont, play Important parte. Would anyone expect a Scotch man to fail violently in loro with a ftrl who la an Indian (part Mexi can! «py, who has decal vad him In a shameless manner? The Scotch man thought It wax “all off” but the reader know bolter. FYnm the time bo found her In her rod kt raoaa np In tbo mountain! he was a "goner “ As for the art let. It couldn’t bo helped that he ehould hare brain etorma over anything •© entrancing I y beautiful and eo mysteriously pnoay footed aa tbla young creature la. Add to that the fact that ahe consented to let him paint her pioture and fill in the ohapter* with tome descriptive mat ter and let It go at that But thli amaetng Indo-Mextean la a real woman She loves the Scotchman with a real, aelf aactiflclng lore. She is willing to leave him for bis own good, only he cannot stand It and she comes back We leave them together and feel tolerably certain that thing* will )og along In the beaten path of Ihrlng happily ever afterwarda Bobbe Merrill company. Indianapo lis; 91 60. e e e MOSES IN FARAQRAFHB. by Bert Moose, Is a email volume, well gotten up by the Reycreftera, con taining aphorism* on all ktntfe and manner of things from soul saving to the care of automo bile*. Tbla book la dedicated to people not faatldloua about Addisonian English by one who doe* not take life too seriously. It contains moat of the wisdom of Marcus Aurelius done up In short paragraphs but with a slightly different accent. It has a decided tinge of modern life even while giving up philosophical recipe* by which to live and breathe and we are plunged from the heights Into the commonplace often with a Jolt. But the author is no poeer He does Just what he says on tho first page and here are one or two of the “paragraphs” as specimens; "About the only thing .you can do today without violating a law ia to breathe. Thank Qod that congress hns kept its hands off the ozone ’ "No matter which path you take — whether osteopath, homeopath or al lopath—lt leads but to the grava." "There Is only one real excuse for war and that Is peace.” Bert Moees, No. 576 Flfth-ave., New York. |1 ELIZABETH 8. HITCHCOCK U-BOATS SINK 76 SHIPS, SAYS BERLIN BERLIN. Tla Bayrilla Wlrelann, March 27. German submarines have sunk during the laat few days a total of 25 steamships. 14 sailing ships, and 37 trawlers. In addition to losses already made public, an official announcement stated In addition to the ship losses an English biplane was destroyed by gunfire from submarines. OHIO HOUSE GREETS RUSSIA COLUMBUS. O, March 26—The Ohio house of representatives today adopted a resolution congratulating Russia on the overthrow of autoc racy and pledging America's aid and encouragement to that nation Marriage Licenses Arthur Madge. 21; Katherine Burks, 11. Vlotor Kochi* It. Greenfield; Milks Bogovtch, 11. tarns. Michael Jakuh. 21; Marla .Tonk. If. Ouetaf Oustavteon, 20 Christine H. MoOletsh. 11. Raymond A. Gladding. 21. Detroit; Jtds M Haakln. 11. Hhoda Island Winfield F Weir. 24. New Tork; Mabel Booth. 17. Roanoak. Va Frank Metes. 11. Alma Junnula .Toaeph F. Palnmbo. 24. Columbus; Rerihs Ctrlesla. 11. Ohio Steve Mo rid a, 22. Anna ftoeses. It lunula lesson. 21. Philadelphia. Pa.. Sarah M Wurka. 24. Detroit Kenneth J. Cruse, ft. Allean Wel day. 11. Pater Luba ah. It; Russnna Jordan. >• Howard B Nevlns. 17; Florence Funk. 21. John Fask, 27, Akron. O.; Rllrla Julan. it. same Sara Mannanson. >l, Ruth Miller, II Kdward Whitmore. 21; Leona Kun ath. 24. Thomas Jonas. 21. Martha A Davie. 20. Ray w Niles. 2«. Detroit; Ruth H Feelby. 21. Dearborn. Ham Lsvtne. 22; Bophta Wolanaky, 11. William toll. 10. Anna Mill •pangh. II Erneet Spark*. 22 Marian Kay. 22 Peter N. Johnson 27; I-llUan Han eon, It. Walter Boots. 24; Mary rinendork. 20. Salvatore Realise, IT: Roearta Ouaa '»U« M _ _ • harlea White. Jl. Lr>rMfTM<*kereon, It. Harry C. PattlngtlL 14. Lottte Hoyt. 21. Fdgar Beet. II; Dcrte Eeqiitn. 10 George Merrill. 11. Cmawell, Mich : Malda Carr. 21. Detroit. Anthony T. Z Baker. 14- Mary F F. Rratth. 11. I<eon T II Rm* Martin. 21 Thomas Wojolk. 24; Guatle B«rha tyn 17 Oartno A. Nlchola. 221 Vtnew.iod, Detroit; Hasel A. Woodln. . Beld !ng, Mich Norman C Vlvlar. 11. Fstrella M Moddocka. 17. Kiron Vaaile. 21. Dome ka An*, drong. II Oliver K. Richards. 24; <"*©ra A Kaly. 11. J>hn Rarrla. 24; Bessie Oafrnweki. II o*-ar f Hartman.: 11 Ftenor Hart. It l<ee Aahworth. It tjoulaa ilomar, is Ve’ma William*, it, Martin Hen drlfka. 21. Thomas Rirchall 11. Jane F Mur phy, tl. fluaa-11 It. Drgedorf. 26; f*oria P Hutwall. 21. Births J Jung*. IS3 St*. Si P. Loock. SIS Her burn; J. M Donald. S3* Whitt* k*r. C. R Pierce, MS McClellan; T J Thompson. Harper hospital. T De Mlnnlck. (7 Oalster. J. Larry, 171 San Barbara. E C. Peabody. Irvin K Smith. R. W Br*jrlajr, Providence hospital: P. Maitlnjr, 101 Hancock W ; A. Zlata. 16? Gilbert; J. Garbocs. II Clcotts M. latan, 44" Hart; C Heard ill Engl* J. T Jennings. 103 Vinton; D. Oeorgolf, 611 ("Ilnton; G Marshall. I*4 I'earl p Patch. 110 Bathbona; F 11. Buchanan. Provi dence hospital, G How itt. 11l Hei delberg r 4*l Alfred; J Doran, el Dubois; H D. Raker. 311 Marston; F. Roe, W. J. Cascadden. Harper hospital W. Grudslnekl. Javkson and Thirty-second. A K Walter 100 Michigan; I*. Jordan Wast Branch Harper hospital. A Jaslov, 22 4 Wilkin*, M. Uosen Wo man's hospital; A Horn. 1453 Wnod •II. R. Bp altar. 43 Cardonl. M Brelt enbeck. 3*o Carter; 8 J Evlson. Wo man's hospital; TANARUS„ Gtmbino. 34 4 Di vision; O. Palossolo J** Monroe. GIRL* A. Kiefer ll* Arndt; A. E Kiss. IT Nichols; A. Austin. Ml McClellan: H J. Hsrsog. *43 Mantstlque; O. Dlsbe). 1111 Sheridan; C Norton, 2*4 Mir aolla, L. Davis, Woman s hospital R ’ohe. 11l Moran .1 Tmskcsafl, F Blleleohy. M P. Kllnkhamer, Provl donoe hospital, F. Ivurta 10*6 E Jef ferson; C. B Parsons, 713 Phillip H Jamross. 116 Copeland. L. Hchults. 11l Canfield FT L. Orlwek. 1041 Milt, tary. C. E Bergeron, 311 Morrell; J C Wag ner.loll McClellan; J Lom bardo, 7*« Fort E.: H P. Willson •II Llnwood. I. Rressler, 171 Mer rick: 8. Me rich. 614 Hastings; J Musters. *o* Fifteenth; W Marrhln skl. 1137 Bcotten; M pohravltaky. IST Division; J. Benjamin. 114* Hastings; D. Allverstetn. 117 Trombly; 8. Luc ko. 1131 Rues-11. J Rakaurskas. I*7 Cardont; B Zblhowskl. I*ll Chene: 8 Bos. ll* CHppert; C. Fraysse IIS McClallan; A Nsewo. Plnmer; 'O. Oelts, 131 Montgomery: C. W Law rence. 144 Field; P. Gardyreka. 114 Twenty-fourth. J Bambor, 110 Lea vltt; O. Lutky. 134 Kercheval; V. Bolanan. 1441 Clinton, A. Ssyrnela, I* Otla Deaths Mary E Grabl*. 30 Thornton. 74 years, lobar pneumonia; Nicholas Orlesekok. Children s Free hospital, 6 months, acuto tleo-oolttts; Aram Alntableln, 416 Davison W.. l year. 1 year, broncho pneumonia; Hector nine Morris, 6*l Field. 76 years, sen ility; Ruth E. Baker. 1 Sylvan. M* days. Inanition; Louis Bogi.rat, 303 Brady, 4 ysara gunshot wounds. Do. rts P. ('lncsbaux 1170 Fourteenth. 1 month, marasmus, H B. Hnwey. 414 W. High. 1 year, whooping cough. Sarah Bannion, 471 Williams, shout 6* years, lobar pneumonia; Ham Ma thews. Receiving hospital. 3? years gunshot wounds. Mike Katie* De troit Tuberculosis sanitarium. 13 Lears, pulmonary tuberculosis; Irene ahman. 154 Klrbv-ave. K.. 1 year, diphtheria. T. Flferllk. 477 Water man, 77 year*, mitral Insufficiency: Stanley C. Nowakowikl, Samaritan hospital. 33 veara. general peritoni tis; Rosalia Mtrmurowlci. 6*o Kirby 1., 61 years, alcoholic pneumonia. Htanlslaw Rwayrk. 31* Palmer R., It years, Inquest pending; Tony Grant. Receiving hospital, snout 34 years, lobar pneumonia. Helen Hughes. Re ceiving hospital, ]t >e*rs fractured skull. Witold Podgurskt. 17 Ade Le. 10 month* lobar pneumonia. Elmira DeLaurler. 1411 Iroquois 71 years, bronchitis. Martin Kw*tkowskl *77 Russell, "3 years cirrhosis of fleer. Rose Brotxkl. 15* Kanter. 34 year*. tulmonaijr phthisis: Mary A. Oalas a. 613 Theodore, 1 month convul sion#; Peter Krajenk*. 37* Garfield. 74 years, ascending paralyais. Arth ur Cwlejkowskl. I*2 Huperior. 3 months, gastro-enterltla. Frederick Rice. 333 May bury Grand. *7 years, carcinoma of stomach; Btella Hnmla skl. 33 Pollard. 4 year*, laryngeal diphtheria' Paul Bananowskl 71* Farnsworth about 62 years, chronic nephritis. Henrlck Wlejowskl. 1297 Chene, 5 months, lobar pneumonia: Julia Rkllta 701 Dubois. 74 year*, acuta bronchitis; John J Casey. 847 Montgomery. 73 year*, apoplexy; Ag nes Butf!n 3*3 Bcll-vu*. about It years, lobar pneumonia Joseph Gros sek Receiving hospital. 3 years crushing Injuries- Minnie Tellke, Re ceiving rosplfe ' ihnut 45 plexy Barsh R O- hman 133 Ker ch-val 3* y-ere e-phrltls; 8,-bwedt 1012 M-Ahurr. 32 years, ar. terio-»cler «|s \rasano Guerella. 773 R<- - -,t < ve*enf| post dlpbther'tlc psr-'y-'e 1 'll<en Psnderson Harper hospital. 14 rears, scute hepatitis; Albert F W'llleme, Receiving hospl tal. 34 years, pulmonary tuberculosis. I\f nrf i»o»*V RARNRTT March 24 I*l7. at hla lata r»iM»nc«, 210 Medbury-ave. Edward. beloved husband of Flora and mn of Hattie, brother of Jen nie. Lnula. Charles. r.-nl»min, Abraham. *"Ve rrr g. and William Bar. nett. Funeral Tuesday from abore residence at 2 p m. ri*HRR—Hr Charles A Fleher, aged 17 year*, aon of Colonel c E H. Fisher of London. Ont Remain* will be taken to London. Ont.. for burial. JOHllTOy—Anna J wife of Frank P Johnaton and mother of Eiwood Charles and William Durand, at her late residence, lit Van Dyke ave Service* at Roae.lale cemetery mauaoletim. Tuesday. 1 p. m invo—March 21. I*l7. at Chicago, 111., Edward beloved aon of Mr. and Mra. Jeremiah Ty>ef and brother of Jamea Ts<ng of fft. Paul, Minn, Mra. A. P Phllllpa. Mra M. C. Murphy and Mia William P. William* of Grand Rapid* Funeral Tuesday from residence. 11l Spruce-at., at * HI. to Holy Trinity church at • o'clock. MeMII.I.F,* March 25. Mary Ann Me- Mlllen. beloved wife of William MMltlllen Funeral from residence. 11*1 FM»t Orand-blvd . at 2 r m Wednesday. Burial at Forest lawn lawn cemetery. RAMI lCl.a March 25. Nanay. be loved mother of Leonard and Car rie Samuel* and Mrs. Harrv iJtle baum. Funeral from re»idence. MS Brush-at.. Tuesday at 2 p. m Kind ly omit flower*. VAlL—March 15. 1117. at the ra*l -of her grandmother. Mr*. B A. Craft. 216 Tuiedo-av*.. Highland lark I>aura Vail, mother of Jerome Vail of French landing Funeral services from residence. Tuesday. March 17. at 1 o'clock Ruflal at Wayne, Mloh. ■ sir waitku—• a.MALI EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Excellent working condi tions. good salaries anti many unusual benefits make the po sition of telephone operator es pecially desirable. The work Is not difficult to learn. We teach you the busi ness and pay you while learn ing. Salaries advanced often. Sickness and accident bene fits paid at stated period of service. Vacations with j>ay. Apply Operators’ Training School, Madison-ave. and John R.-st., between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. Michigan State Tele phone Cos. NO INTEREST—NO TAXES J SIOO.OO ' _ K°&rpl pßinwmili Down '? Am * lot Tth sSfft m B’ky. It* cheaper than paving rest and laatang ass 1 m ® n# F inTClandlord'* an ghat' jj| \ $20.00 ■"»*“ zr? .dSz of year* and am able to offer you tit Is rir«|d*M| ■: bargain only beaaus* of my anormoua purenaaiguff A A/TrNee»4-V» po . 01 *t«. I even buy my lot* wh«l£ x\ MOntn •*■** from th* OWNER in order to save you Mb* •" * *? taxK 'T also build 6 and 3-room bungalows oa same uma Come down to my office at »f Griswold-gt. the drat thing la tk* morning and let me show you tka plana for thaae dandy little homes, a* ? have only a limited number of lota left and they won't lag! long Don’t be disappointed -com* down either la the morning or In tne evening, aftar work, f«■ be here to talk things over and show yon th* ptaufik Wm. Burnham Phil Peter*, Mfr. BUILDER OF MODERN HOIfEB 92 Griswold St ■KU> H*«TtU—lt At, a WANTED—High-class real **t*A# salesmen who can prove their abil ity handling OJlbway property. Guaranteed income to right men beside Interest In the company. Bo> A-53, Times WANTED—Errand hoy! ‘ Apply Jo b Printing Dept. Datrolt Tlmaa 71- 76-77 Bagley. WAVTCO—KASHI IMAIJ. FARMS WANTED 3 to 10 or 36 acre# within 40 miles of Detroit, with or without stock and Implement* Send full particu lar a ROSS LAND CO. Michigan's Greatest Farm Agency. I*o3 Penobscot bldg. Pnone Cad 6611. WA3TIPTW gl’V—MHCkl.tAltaot t CASH for old false teeth, gold crowns broken Jewelry, diamonds, watches etc., full value paid Liberty In Oa.. *7 WoodWd. 4th floor elevator TO ggVT-HOCIKI A A A. A A. A. A A. Hannan Rental Ajfency A free Hat of bouses and Bata Call In person at tko oldest and largest > real estate exchange In Michigan. 1 MoORAW PTTTLDTNG TO H3T-gI,AT3 2-FAMILY FLAT New. 1143 Philadelphia; rent l«0. Walnut 3*3-W. TO ggST—gOOg*. HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor Larned and Batea-sta Make year home for the wlntar at tk* H<it*l Franklin Special weekly rate# from 64 to fit. ■■■■■■■nmam^mmaa FOR SALE—KBHDMC* rgOPIftWTT NEAR GRATIOT, $2,860 New 1- story.' 6-room house. Will take lot as part payment or sell on terms. KI NOON READ ESTATE CO;. 7*4 Whitney Bldg. Main 3176. They’re Leaving Town THEY HAVE TO RET.7. AT ONCE This beautiful eeml-hungalow with I bedrooms, everything modern and almost new. splendid garden paved street. Just two blocks from Gratiot, near Catholic and etty *chool*. This house la worth 36.000. but you may have It for 94.60*. $1,600 Down; $27.60 Month THIS MAN'S NECESSITY 18 THE RBABON. L. J. FASQUELLE 611 Holden Bldg Cherry 611. Would a list of best bargain* la DETROIT REAT ESTATE vacant and Improvad Interaet you? DICKINSON’S GUIDE gives you this, mailed on raquaat. Dtcklneon’s. T*ept T. Detroft. ar vi iciTtTk orroitTiMiTim “ MAKE SI,OOO Got Your !/>t Now in the GREEN SUBDIVISION lO'T Down and \% Monthly FROPERTT LIEB INSIDE OF THE CITY f.IMrTS. BFTWEEN ford TTRQHWAY AND ORAND RIVI.R- PrlatlH—(hr ptai* neot kl*4—that I* rifkt—Tt«*« iwk D**t- —4M*. FOR IALJk-1 A CANT 1 OTI WILL pay cash for vacant lots, houses, flats, stores, acreage, real estate equities. I4uid con tracts bought; quick and sat isfactory t!**als. EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. ON BUILDERS’ TERMS Blaln*. near P*wt«r, 11.J.'0. Kertrln a\e. »500 4 lot*. MoJ>ougali. n**r PavMaon. at a *pedai bargain for qui'-k *al*. ASK Fi»R INFORMATION. L. J. FASQUELLE 511 Holden Bldg Cherry 111. 42 LOTS BUILDERS ATTENTION! Ne* r Davison car line Just north of Curputbr Only 1125 each. HOMER W ARREN 4 CO. 1227 Chamber of Commwrea Would a Hat of bast bargains la DFTROIT REAL ESTATE vacant and Improved, Interval youT DICKINSON S OtHD* give* you this. Mailed on request. DICKINSON'S. DFPT T. DETROIT. CART ENTERS. RfILDERS. plan* *nd eetlmatea furnlahad; Jobbing promptly attended to TMOS K AND O A DDKE. 44 MHlraw Pldg Thona Cad 29M rim sale—F4iof* rHEAP FOR QT’ICK SALE—gb-acr* dairy farm, well watered, half ■reded. • acra* rya. 40 acr** good timber. *o|l sandy loam and muck, orchard and email fruit for large family comfortable 10-room house, rhop- 500-X Milford. Mra Ann* P t e 400 Acres Alpena County 150 acres under cultivation. 11S acre* pasture. 2* a*re* timber 100 •cre« slashed 4 acre* orchard bearing 2 house a, 2 barna and several small buildings Price 10,000, M. 500 down sod 5500 Annually. F E MacQVKKM. 51* Stevens Rldg RENT FOR ovr farm CATAIAOTTR containing 100 farm bargains with in 50 mllea of Detroit. EYSTER, The Farm Man 507 Majestic Rldg FARM buyers send for "Rlger'a Para Bulletin." It's free Many bargain* W c Piper. HoWen bldg. Detroit SCRMIRAL NOTICE—If any p**w gtrl la la trouble, needing advice frten 1*b1» or help, write or call on SBCRJ TART MaROARET DUFFY. Wit Fort-at. W Salvation Army. *rl*tle* —<kr plain aval kla <-><kai tm >tght—Times Jab Dept,— Mala Ol* PAGE 9 ro» lALg-MUCmAIIIH WALL board, plaster - board, mT ment. cinders, order now. VL iKI Dickinson Cos.. Grand 6716. KNABE PIANO only 634 TANARUS: regular 6600 style; boautlßil walnut; ad- j tractive design, sweet, pur* ta**t Easy payments. Special durlgf last week of our Co-opemtlva IwK I QRIWNHLL BROR. 3*f WooiwmrC plete 11 week lumwer Mich 4 «&, T ' newriter!—Late Modaia Underwood. CeroMb Royal. Smith, Reminds JK yevw nitwfMVA ■■hir" any upright: full site; taelv rufiy lahed; new Interior. Regular ttVy ■tyle. Rare opportunity Baa lift piano at one*. ORINNfILL BROdL 146 Woodward. trolt opera knuae Cadlllae SODA fountains STORE FIXTURES of all kinds manufactured and said direct to retail trad*. We unn 10.00* *q. ft. for displaying oil samples Show eaaaa. ootsntadß ■helving! wall ease* etc. “Qualttff and price* our secceaa " DET. STORE FIXTURE OQ. ld-l# Catkerln*. near Gratiot and At* tolne its. Cad. *731. 3U* for waoiter piano. •710 style; fine ebony; very attma tlve; sweet tone Small mnaMa Oall or wrtte Immediately. ORXN NEIX BROS.’ Branch. 37 Monrsa •°^ A .™ F SSC A^SbTr r .M^M S' vnJ Nsu)^ ETORAGB fu retry re. nearly new. kuw gain price tuaser C* msh 4 *Wk BABB OLARWET BAROAUf FuR Boehm system, grenadllla wood; rubber mouthpiece, low pitak; K first-class condition; C9ap*l*li|a make T# sell qulekly owner win con elder any reasonable offer, GRFNNTTLL RROif Branch, ft Mam roe. MOREY TO MAE JOIN THE LEAGUE „ ‘ Then you can obtain 3% MONEY 8% to buy or build a ham*, pay off that mortfbff*. repay asm* la entail monthly payments ties* than retafJ. Writ# or call Co-Operative League of America MONEY TO LOAN* ON VACANT LOTS Liberal loan- on real estate. 8-cord mortgage realty to*na. Will buy equities In vacant lots and Improved property. EBERT, 809 Majestic Bldg. BUILDING LOANS Get ready for that new horn* or Ant In the spring; own a lot Wa will loan you all th* money ta build. MEANB A WADE, Mortgage Bankers. 1130-1139 Ms teatic bldg. LAND CONTRACTS bought* Quick and satisfactory demit, EBERT, 399 Majestic Bldg. CONSTRUCTION IA3 A NH—LI k# rad amounts J. W. Weber. 20* (SratlaC WE BUT LAND POWTHaCTIL Detroit Land Contract Ca 312-313 Hammoad Bldg. Cad. •»«* tfHOIATRRIin W* will reupholeter your/is 5-Pleo* Patlor Suite in'K | *■ I-Pc. Parlor Suita In tap-'w I m aafry or leather Frame* I X polished Ilka new and -A- A mi new eprlng If neoeaoory .. Conch reupholaterad tn dje AA tapewtry or leather Davenport reupholstared d*Q AA in ta 1 e*try or leather . q/N.vA/ Phone write or call and our raw re«er I full 1180 of samples Work guaranteed. Reliable Upholstering Cos. 91 Jefferson Are. Phone Cad. 14W. tTORAUI AND f4RTAUI Ce*R RA R crrnßAO* OCX, Mlttk - packing, fireproof, rstea right. Mo tor vans for aahurboa aavUA Phone Cadillac 59. RQEHL RROf. Storage, carte go OM Packing OfSoa 199 Alfred Rldg* til ACME Storage mammotn w»■ -OouasL Storage, moving M. *l* 41 Oilman PARTY MOVING to California •no rant pan af ear Central -torago On. Cad ill a« 15 czssaanMßOPMaaaanngl WINDOW Ct. BANINS EX PERT WINDOW CLEANING (XX GENERAL JANITOR WORK. OfSee 111 Farmer-at Floors and windows properly cIeOMA and work absolutely gwaiaataos. Our matron* include O-nerai If. tor* Cos Packs mi Motor Cos, nfiß Wrug Cos, Detroit Times Old* Motof pMie. Burnham Stoagal A Ca., R • Radiator Cor*.. Northern MofeOf ©O. wm F. Ron 'right 4 Cos Woo den. Ntona A Cos. Yrisaed CeaM| hvjidtng and moor other a PWea Ckarr> 711 for trhhl —«. * «