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FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 1917.
U. S. WOMEN
LEND MEN IN
PATRIOTISM
Are Offering Services
Government In
All Capacities
MANY ENLIST
AS NAVY CLERKS
Others Busy With For
mation of Red
Cross Units
NEW YORK, March Tb*
hand that rocks the cradle rule* a
*rx><l share nf the world of Amerl
ran preparedness
Nationwide reports to the United
Prase today show the women of the
country offering to serve as sl*n
painters, factory inspectors, naval
stenographers, nurses, drug
cooks, laundresses and anything
else they're needed for.
Hundreds of patriotic women have
answered the navy's call to the col
ors; and other hundreds have an
swered In other branches without
be>ng called
In New York there was s bu;
rush of women of all age* to help
Sam get ready to fight Os
theee. three stood out for their
unique methods Viola McOuickec.
26, got permission of the navy to
recruit men und op« ned her os n
station In a branch poatofßce.
“Ityw work was remarkable." said
UeuT Grady today Hke sent in
nine applicants, five of whom we
will take."
Under sanction of Secretary r>an
lela, Mrs. Margaret M Crumpacker.
widow of the late Federal Judge
Crumpacker. of Indiana, and Mr*.
Charles Francis Bedell made an
auto speaking tour along Broadway
telling crowds of men their duty.
Mrs. Crumpacker, Just hack from
the Freoch front, told what Frsnch
women have done for their fight in?
men.
Plans for a hi* woman s prepar
edness camp, on the Chevy Chas
idea, were rapidly being completed
by Miss Alice CarQpntor. who la
backed by Mayor Mltchel and will
go to Washington today to discus«
New York women a preparedness
pUns with the government
In Milwaukee 42 women have ap
plied for enlistmen* In the navy.
MMwaukee women have organised %
base hospital with Ml nurses, and 2J
aides, large enough to care for s<X>
patients The local Red Cross h*s
172 new women students enrolled
for service.
flan Francisco navnl recruiting
offices report 150 women applicants
for enlistment Several hundred
women have taken up courses in
Red Cross nursing Oir! bookkeep
ers, accountants, nurses and stenog
raphers by the dosens have offered
their services
Red Cross training classes hav
been organised by the St Paul.
Mian. Y W C. A Among the
women applicants for navy service
wai Mias Jean Bishop, who has
two unclea in the British army
University of Minnesota co-eds have
organised a Red Cross ofass, Min
neapolis tgomen have organised Red
Cross classes and many women have
at piled for naval servics at the
local recruiting one
A corps of honor guards has been
organised by the women of Port
land. Ore., for home defense Twen
Classified Business Telephone Directory
DETROIT'S MOST RELIABLE LUSIN&SB AND PROFESSIONAL. PEUPL.E tAETLiABE 11CALLY ARRANGED). THE
DETROIT TIMES RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS PEOPLE TO ITS READERS:
Artificial Flower*
F. J. Peall, 130 V» farmer Cad. 1499.
Auto—Bicycles
Auto Cycle Supply Cos. 49 (M Rlva# W.
, *L_
Architect!
Louts Kemper. 7#l Fine Art* M 4191
C~F- J ißarnes. S ftA~9fti?
W C Palmer, llftl David Whitney R
J. LAW SON MILL* R.
lft Onh«l Bldg ftfa'n «44«
J. C Mills A Son. 1391 Kreego Rldg
Bath*
Bloom. BAM fust M Madleon.
Beauty Parlor*
Mrs M King. 29? Finn Arta. Ch y Tl?
Bird Store A Supplies
Kd wards Bird Store? 11l Mich M 292 T
BuflineH* College*
Pet Com 1 Col . »9« Qrlswold M 2999
Bod Bug, Roach F.xterminatot
Am Janitor Supply Cos Mala till
W It Hytry Cos. Ridge 4994-R
Cartage A Trucking
•on Auto Cartage Cos. North 49d.
Chiropractic Physician*
O W Wlkander, D C~ (b>dlllac~*749T
J. A AshfurArri• C , 1474 Grat R 4161
F J Sherman."iTr rrumi.'i n ion
Chiropodist*
fA. Reaedleh <44 W ward Ch. 9ftl# J
ly-five women and girls have offered
their *«rvless to the navy. A corps
of women pledged to aid local en
lit t menu* of men has been put to
work
Alt ho no women have offered to
enlist In the navy at Clevalaad.
tl’«-y have organised a cofnplot* Red
Cross unit, ready to move the mo
ment war Is declared. A call, has
been Issued for 10,000 more Rod
Cross recruits In Ohio.
The National league for Women'o
service, organised In Columbus 0.,
h Tew days ago. has 160 members
and te- growing. The local Red
Cross has 800 members now and Is
out after 20.000 mors with good
prospects of getting them.
One woman haa enlisted in tha
navy at Kansas Ctty and four
others* applications are being con
aider ed.
Chicago society women ars or
ganising Red Croos classes
8». Txruis women have organised
Red Cross units and already have
started civilian girl claasss making
bandages and kits and collecting
Red Cross fuff da
Five Trenton. N. J.. women, have
applied for enlistment in the navy
and have been accepted. House
wives are organising home defense
work.
One woman haa been enlisted and
seven others have applied and may
be accepted at Philadelphia for
naval service.
Twenty women have applied for
naval service at Pittsburgh and
local women are organising a Red
Cross unit.
RICKEY ENJOINED
FROM ACTING AS
CARD PRESIDENT
ST IXM’IS, Mo. March *».—
Branch lti< key's drive to secure sub
scriptions to Cardinal stock was
halted today by a temporary injunc
tion Issued last night U) the circuit
court which restrains him from act
ing as president of the Cardinal syn
dicate
The petition for injunction. Bled
by Phil Ball, owner of the St. Louis
Browns, Is returnable nest Wednes
day.
Ball In his petition says Rickey is
under contract to him as efficiency
export for the 1917 season
She Couldn’t Wed.
IX)S ANGEI.ES. Cal.. March f
Mims Georgia Mabel Ransom re
fused to get married the other day.
altho the wedding ring was about
t< be slipped upon her finger She
appeared with Axel 8. Broughton
tn Justice Summerfleld's court room
and requested the marriage cere
mony be performed.
Justice Hummerfleld was engaged
temporarily While the couple were
awaiting him. the gHr\ suddenly
arose and exclaimed: "I won’t do
it that’s all I simply can’t.*', and
rushed out Os the coyrt house bulM
ii.g
The Intended bridegroom, with
the marriage license in his hand,
rrshed after her. They were last
s* en walking along Temple-st.. he
pleading and she protesting.
They gave their address on the
m*t triage license as tie Hotel Hart
on East Flfth-sL
Birth*
ROTH
M J. Kamlnlakl, 9*4 Frederick. H
Praaeolosjr w*kl. «0 Thirty-third.
Krssybnwftkl. *29 TweSty-thlrd; J
Berrien. *»4 Twenty-flfthi J Haltyt. Ift
Geldnrr; J B<’go#x, JJ Otis. W I'sin
• kl. 671 Alexandrine E T. H. Noah#*,
2494 TV Orand-blvd.; J. P. Crawford.
Ills Twenty-f»urth. I* Btrn. >1
Raupp. T K lioughlln. Sftl Oakland.
K A flehroeder. 1611 Kirby; J. Roak.
SIS Rrandon. J. Kapusnlak. ÜBS Du
bols; R. R Corey, IJ7J Lafayette; J.
W. Heaton. 16ft Campbell; N Hell. 1104
John R : R L Scott. Harper hospi
tal; P Maurer, lift Mitchell. E Ken
yon. 1360 Fifteenth; E. K. Zimmer
man. Rftl J E. Hmye, 14
i'MUipa K. Ur|l>l»vft 7*
11. C Weaver, 1113 Russell; F. laate
cki. 474 Hastings; J. Oarwnt, 41 home;
H. Maher. 41>S Lansing R. C’abruela.
China Decorators
Mrs PK. Owen a Hodges bid. Mala i?f9
Corset Makers
*rttsts' Model Corset Cos.. Tisher A ode
Lilias r Moylan. 4ft t’niv. hid. M. 6196
Dentist*
Best Dentists. 76 Od River W M. 446?
Diamond*—Old Gold Bought
Wm B. Be If, fto6 Bowles bid Cad. 4661
Dressmaking School*
Margaret M. Milne. >l7 Woodward.
Dyers and Cleaners
Arm# Cleaners and Dyere (Hagan)
679 Wbodward-ave. Grand fill
('hamberltn. Cleaner and Dyer
>97 Woodward-Jive. Cadlllao 6141
Express & Taxicabs
Son Auto Cartage Cos. Worth 499.
Electric Wiring and Fixtures
Horton Electrle CA, Hemlock '4669
Henry F Hurley, *?9 OreeaWd. J 661
Ex pres* and Cartage
Clements A Yenhel. ffwt 2121-R
Enamelera and Ja^anner*
Eureka Cos. 19 Howard-*t Cherry 166
Felectro-Therapeutlc Institute.
Ft of V Wtaeh, >9 library. Main 1294.
Fashionable lAdieV Tailor
Linen hummer Suits 619 up 66 Clifford
F,irri*r< fatorea. repaired
rurner* remodeled)
R Ztnober Son. (id 44lft
441 Maple; H- L. Basaett. Providence
hospital; I* II Llnhaas, Providence
hospital i S. ft'adl 11, 114 K. Wood
t«ridge. J. Wnlny, lit* Parkwood. J.
Pa a. lift Martin; M Fried. 21st Farns
worth. M Lieberman. Woman's hot
altal. X Welntrope. )4ft Illinois; C.
Reiter US# Hurlbut; F Kolbak. 20
Chene N H Hammond. *47 W
Orand-blvd.. J. Heuben. Woman's
hospital; F. Kowalski. 1114 Jos fkm
fau. T Mros. IkS Mu per tor. E Mlelaff,
01 Kirby E. r
GIRLS
J. Pla* h. 1114 Military; J. flche
manskl. 1 nft Ht. Auhin. A, Rush, till
Dubois. R Kandrat. ill Willis K
Roy Wheeler lit Canh-M W ; J.
Ryhnch 704 E tTkrren. P. V«>dex#a.
II Addison; W
A IVsgula. 1744 Sooitan. J. D ak. 110
Brandon. J. Kranrinskt, *4 Adele J
Marknwikt. 67ft Milwaukee F. : If A.
Salt. 11l Graae; F fonradaon. Heath
llle C Rrshn. 74 r > T'* enty-hftli
r. M'Callum ftlft Oakland; C Psl
misann, tftft Trumbull. R G. Schopp.
12 North; W M< hmtdt. 11ft Military;
H. Cohn, 6ft Wilkins; D. Toole. 1137
Hcottsn; H.; L Barclay. vtdenre
hospital; P Pololcolaki, Id* Oarfl-ld.
H Kllhsrg. 177 Brewster, Floyd T
Marshall, «M Drexal; M. Pawslka.
441 Phillips. F Nuauraa. 11l f.'ardogt;
D. Gormans. Woman's hospital, J.
Hhonchle. Woman a hospital; F Krok.
ft 13 Canfield E ; F. Parsekl. 454 Alex
andrine K V. IjJftWftkl. 1110 Jos.
Campau. J. JaMon*ki. 731 Ferry E ,
Martin Hleeman, 176 K. Forest.
Death*
Jane Hantui Dutton. 33 Charlotte,
4 year*, diphtheritic croup, Harry K.
Presenter. s*l Ivanhos, 4 days, pre
maturity; George Henry McCarty. 564
Ruchanan, Ift years, pulmonary
tuberculosis; Walter A. Karaschtn.
314 Edward. 1 years lobar pneu
monia: August Matthea, t*l ip-vett,
74 years. Hthlasls; Marie Hoffman,
2ft7 Eighteenth. 47 year*, cirrhosis of
liver; Joseph Rock, ft4S Oreen. 7ft
years, senility; Karl Demay, 154V4
Twelfth. 4 months, broncho pneu
monia; Daniel James Hchenck. Grace
hospital annex, 30 years, peritonitis;
Joseph Duhay. 407 Wilkins. 3* years,
hepatic cirrhosis; Frederic! S*baa
tlano. 234 Kendell, 17 years, gunshot
wounds: Ida Malnardt. 1327 Hamilton.
11 months, meningitis; John Hausler.
S3 Tonils, 4 months. convulsions;
Robert Stephens. 2ftfi Woodbrldge M,
3 years tubercular meningitis;
Evrlyn Bryant. Grace hospital, 27
years general peritonitis: Doris Dres
den Nelson, 424 Conners. 1 year,lcon
vulstnns; Harrison P H#nd#r*hot,
1046 pennkylvanla, 1 month*, pertus
sis; Anna Palmer, 144 Tillmsn. ft
years, gas asphyxiation. Agnes Berry.
240 Kngle, 7ft years, broncho pneu
monia: Henry Harold Klein, till
Baldwin, 16 months convulsions
Harry Onleofc. 5»« Mitchell. 1 year,
blood poisoning. Joseph KolloWekl,
Frnderlt K and Moran, ft year*, in
quest pending. Ja> k t’arvtey, Re*-slv-
Ing hospital, about.- 24 years, lobar
pneumonia; Thomas June, S»S Hey
btirn. 47 year*, apoplexy; Fred N#u
s hafer, Grace hospital. 24 years,
lohsr pneumonia Gladys * fe>ulse
Hughes. 167 Jos Campau. 2 months,
inquest pending Edward Harnett. 230
Medburv, 44 years, aortitis Anthony
Htanisxewskl, 471 Common*ealth. 46
years, apoplexy: Robert Henry Tay
lor, ft 2 Marsntette. l \*»r, pneumonia;
Edward Gajda, 1*54 Chopin. 2 month*.
*erehro-sptn*l meningitis. Elnora
Johnson. 174 E Elltsbeth about 7!
years chronic nephritis. Janlna
Mastkiswics. 43 Morsn. * months,
acute bronchitis; Hattie M<htilts, lit*
Dubois. 4 months. l>ron« ho pneu
monia. Mary Ann McMlilen. 2113 K
Orand-blvd.. 53 years. a**rtlc Insuffi
ciency; Antoni Hikers. 49 Home,
about 44 year*. acute alcoh«>ll*m,
Olgtv George Adamek Harper hospi
tal west branch. 24 years, general
septicemia Clara Gipperlch, Harper
hospital, about 76 year*, lohsr pneu
monia: Doretta Meyers, iiftl lro»ru»ds,
4* years, carcinoma of liver, Minnie
H#tt, 24ft Engle. 27 years, pulmonary
tuberculosis Joseph loingsn. Receiv
ing hospital. 4f> years, lohar pneu
monia Marlattna OaxdeckW2ft« Till
man. 42 years, gss asphyxiation:
Jak»b Gasdeckl. 25* Tillmsn. 4ft
years gas asphyxtattnn. Mrs. K H
Alexander, 244 tlratlot. 16 yeaiw.
nilllary tuberculosis. Joseph Gajor.
Mfg. Mutuni hospital, abotit 3ft years
inquest pending: Edward Janlcki. ft**
Medbury, ft months, pemphigus Htaq
tslnw Kujawskl. Hamnrifan hosplt.xl.
2 years, lohar pneumonia; Walter
Murawakl. Children's Free hospital.
7 months, meningitis. Mary Kasstiia.
867 Illinois, about 4ft years, artero
aclerosis I.ydla Motonyl. 71 Jerome,
*ft years, vasular nephritis. Helen
pelbeke. 4ft chene. 2 day*, asphyxia
tion. John McMahon, 944 Mt Elliott.
44 years. broken neck. Kllssh-tb
Young. 474 Junction. 44 years, blood
poisoning. Herbert Hall. Reretvlng
hospital. 14 years, delirium tremena
Mortuary.
RDM NHDft- March 2*. Aaron belov
ed husband of Rachael Edwards
and father »f Max Isadore, Nathan.
Jennie. Esther and Paul Kdward%
Funeral from chapel of W H Ham
ilton g Cos. 28 West Ehxabeth at,
Time later.
Ht HBARIft March 27. 1917, In his
realdence, 424 Trumbull-ave , John
W.. beloved husband of B.
Hubbard and dear son of Margaret
Hubbard and brother of Rebecca
K, Frances F. Fred A . Harvey J.
and Thomas P. Hubbard Funeral
services fr -m residence Friday at
2 p. m. Interment in Woodfawn
cemetery Yale and Port Huron
papers please copy.
Florists
L Barr, Successor to Aloa. Common.
411 Grand River. Grand 164#
Woodw'd Flower Shop. 161 W00d.M.749
McHugh Floral Cos. Our new store,
10ft Grand River. Cherry 1914.
Art Floral Cos.. 771 W'ward, c.-aad 79g.
Gowns (Exclusive)
R M Watson. Kresge bldg. Cad. 196.
L J. WUbey, Fisher Arcade. M. 1699.
Hair Dressing A Goods
Mrs J M De Vannle, 944 Wood. M. 664?
Hats Cleaned—Blocked
Mllta A Webor. Cherry 9969-M
Hemstitching and Picoting
Mrs A. L Robinson, 111 Farmer-et.
House Wreckers (Contractors)
McCormick Wrecking Cos.. Ridge 61T#
Jewelry Enginvlng
Wm H Belf. 60ft Bowles bldg Cad 4961
Jewelry A Watchmaker
Louis a. Carron I>lm» Bk Cad. 761-W
Jewelry Engraver A Repairs
Milter A Keichle Unit, bldg Ch y 1939
Sehults Jswelry Cos. Liggstt B. M 1966
Ladies* Tailors
Jgoobeon 399 Wash Arcade. M. 1471
Maternity Home
Beulah Home, 111 4th ave Grand 1916
Manicure A Hair Dressers
Kennedy A T*rtr» ?47 W'ward f’ad 7999
DETROIT TIMED
Mortuary
111 niCLL William H.. March M.
1517. In his home. 144 ftpokane-sve .
husband of Nellie C. and fathar of
tfteorge W , Mr*. Walter
Marion. Donald J. and Henrietta.
Funeral Saturday at t:lt from the
house and 9 from 86 Petor and
Paul’s cathedral.
lot K ft. wan March IT, lit T. Heart
etta. In the home of her daughter
Mre. Char lee Klett. in *outh«eld
township beloved mother of Wil
liam. Gustave sod Mmme Funaral
Friday. 1 o'ldosk from houaa f
o'clock from Grand Lawn rha pal
Worthington Manila, beloved
aqfe of I’harlee J. W orthtngton,
mother nf Basel and daughter ft
Fllxaheth Kill# Funeral March »o
from residence, >3314 Twenty-flrat
st.
C. E. BIRD * 00.
Funeral Director*
17 West Haaaoak Ava.
Phone Grand till. Detroit. (04k
-i- "T-ri—aaoß—■—wa——^a
BU >' WAN rule " ■dldi
OPPORTUNITY
Real Estate Salesmen
We can use a few experienced aad
Inexperienced salesmen. Our pf«9*
• rty adjoins the city limits in North
Woodward district. We ara fust
about to start a big advartlalug
sod building campaign on out
properties Excellent chancaa for
advancement. auto aervlce 4M
every assistance given. Corns in
and have us explain our aallrßdf
proposition, as we feel we can of
fer you a better proposition than
any other romiany in the city.
Make 1917 the best year of .JNHftf
life financially by Joining the ljveat
selling -force In the city. This la
the opportunity you nave been
waiting for Ask for sale# man
ager The Economy Building «
Investment Cos., 1*46 Penoaaoot
bldg. . _
MEN LEARN MOTION
PICTt’RE OPERATING
earn >IOO ©o per month, send for
catalog A. B.
DETROIT MOVIE SCHOOL
IX4 JEFFERSON AVK. E
laborers Wanted —Permanent
job; good wages.
LAKESIDE FOUNDRY
Lycaste-st. and D. T. R. R.
WANTED —Errand boy. Aoply Job
Printing Dept Detroit Tlmaa, 7»-
7ft-77 Baglay
BEi.r w antu—rntajur
EXCEPTIONAL
OPPORTUNITY
Excellent working condi
tions, good salaries and many
unusual benefits make the po
sition of telephone operator es
oecially 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 pay.
Apply Operators’ Training
School, Madison-ave. and John
R.-st. ( between 9 a. m. and 5
p. m. Michigan State Tele
nhone C<^
Sewing Machine Operator
wajitcd to mgk*
“FINCK’S
DETROIT SPECIAL
OVERALLS”
They wear like a pig s nose. Also a
few young girls to learn. Double
pay to beginner* <3 M Finck A
<X 11 40 Gratiot.
~YOUNG"CIRL~
Steady employment; come in and see
us.
MICHIGAN OPTICAL CO.
4* Beacon St
~GIRL WANTED
Experienced tn edging lenses by
hand.
MICHIGAN OPTICAL CO.
• 3 Beacon Ht.
WANTED
In all departments.
DE LUXE LAUNDRY
SIXTH AND BAGG.
Marinello—Treatment A Goods
Woodw’d Hair Shop. 996 Wood 0d.1616
Modiste (Exclusive)
Louise M Kenr.rdy, 60ft Wsh. Ar M 4499
Mlee Cousins. 74 Washington M. 1277
Katherine Boland. T 9 Wasb'toa-blvd
Notaries Pnbilc D'-T.UL
. Miw j j, mn.witßoN
749-19 David Whitney Bldg Cad 4114
Optometrists A Opticians
J. H dialer. 644 W sod ward Cud 7»9f
Photographers i£“™r?»ai
Arthur Studio. 11l Woodward M 149
tocke-Outo 00, ?| Wasn bvd M 1411
Hoofing A Sheet Metal Work
Shr*t Meta) Wks Hick ]92l
i Work a Ilf-ift
Kast Fort J. p Bu»h, Prop M MIL
Sewing Macnlnes (Rented)
Whit# flsw M Cos.. ?> Library M 24i~
Storage and Cartage
ifk-hlgaa Karehouae~~Co. West >f96
Second Hand Furniture
1. Hi Haattuge - Chr 149-M -
Ssnltarioms
West Sid# Sanltartum! T)r Jae C
Tyson 994 Fort-at. West 2169
Taxidermist
H C. Gardiner. IS! tad-av t'hry 4s*
Taxicab Service
City Taxi flervtre. Cadlllao til.
Violin Makers
«"■■# ■■ ■ ■■ ■
t A ftrur !§ K V«fifly#tt«. Ch* y 119-1
WABTIPTfUft—■UCWXA4KUDa
CASH for old false teeth, gold srvwaa
broken Jewelry diamond*, watches.
• tu, full value paid. Liberty Hfa
t;e, 97 Woodw'd. 4tb door eievatoft
WANT94O—MBAL RBTATS
Wfi HAV E
BT’TEIU) FOR FACTORIEII. FROM
f.600 FT UP. IF YOUR rACTORT
IS FOR HAL* OR LEASE LET XT*
have listing for umex ac
tion CAIA. MR. MANNINO. FAC
TORY DEPARTMENT
Klrby-Sdrge-Felakp Cos.
1417 prior RANK BLDO.
MAIM >77
SMALL FARMS WANTED
I to 10 or tl acres within 46 miles
of Detroit, with or without stock
and Implernenta lead full particu
lars.
ROSS CO.
Michigan s Greateat Farm Agency.
|MI Penobscot bldg Pnoae Cad lilt.
TO RENT—.BOti—4
JL A A A A JL A
Hannan Rental Agency
A free Hat of housaa and flats. Call
ta person at tho oldest sad largest
real estate exchange In Mlchigaa
1 McGRAW iDTLPmq
TO RRWT—-R49QMR
HOTEL FRANKLIN
Car. Lamed and Bates-sta Make year
home for the winter at th’ Hotel
Franklin Special weekly rates
from >4 to 616.
FOR SAI.R—RKBIDBMrW PHOl'Ball
2-MILE CIRCLE
$2,800
Sts-room, two-story frame house on
tav*d htreet, tor >nl> $2,606 t»*rms
ft©o down and 125 monthly This
will go quick, so see us at ouoe If
you want s bargain.
DETROIT REALTY SERVICE,
617 Free Pres* Bldg Cherry 7l*
CHOICE FOUR-FLAT
Brick, five rooms and bath, separate
furnaces, full attic, choice corner
lot with room for another build
ing: a bargain with 15.006 down.
Maloney-o«mpb*-ll Realty Cos.. (94
Page Press Rldg
FARRAND PARK
Moat artistic bouse on this beautiful
Highland l ark street. Large cor
ner lot, double garage; >18,069 with
reasonable terms.
DETROIT REALTY SERVICE.
>l7 Free Bldg. Cherry 764.
DANDY HOME
feml-hungalow. northwest section.
Just complied, fireplace, French
doors, sleeping porch, deoorated;
easy terms. Owner. Oarfleld tftft-M.
W*vßd * Hal i>f beat bargains la
DETROIT vtEAI ESBTAO K
vacant and Fnpmved Interest you?
DICKrNFON’N GUIDE
gtvee you this, mailed on reouaal.
D4chlneon*a. fwpt T. Detroit.
RE VI RSTATIv OrPOftTl WITIKI
MAKE SI,OOO
Get Your Ix>t Now
in the
OREEN SUBDIVISION
lon Down rtrkl 1 Monthly
f ROPE RTY LIES INBTDE OF THE
CTPT LIMITS. BETWEEN FORD
fR-imVAY AND GRANTi RIVER
AVE. INQ« iKR 194 CHAMBER
OF COMM ETtCE OR till OR AND
RTThR-ATE. CAIJ. CFKRRT I«T9
Aft 3V 4T Vt T T 344
FOR lALift—V AC ANT LOTS
Special Notice to Small Real
Estate Investors
I want a few people to ]ula me In
th# purchaee of a large nlock of
lota You can buv one lot or more,
making your investment independ
ent These bHe esa be bought at
a small price and easy terms ts
taken at *>nce and I say the price
wftT Jump many time* Us prevent
value in a very short time, for
there Is a reason f.n this iunvp In
price, and I will tell same to you
If you will call *t my office. Don’t
wait, as jnv time Is limited on this
property I will back un this state
ment regarding the increase in
price personally -
MR.
The Johnson Vacant Property
Company
44-45-46 McGraw Bldg.
LOTS $lB4 EACH
ftfew subdivision, Just lie'n* opened;
near Redford and Grand River-ave.;
60 minutes' ride from city hall;
near Seven-mile Drive and auto bus
line to Woodward-ave We are sell.
Ing thr-e lots for $550 Each lot
la 34x IJT ft. making a tract of
116x134 ft. On account of low
price, not less than three lottf to
each buyer. Half the price of
nearby property, lift secure# three
lota, balance monthly. No taxes
till Dec. 1 1913 no Interest till
July 1. Phone for auto to show
property.
THOMAS HTTCHMkN
619 Free Dress Rldg Main 4464.
GRATIOT AVE.
$25 ADVANCE
on all lots after Sunday. April 1.
Highly restricted sub with all Im.
p/ovements; concrete pavement,
sewer, water cement walks, maple
trees, ornamental etreet lights,
large lot* and onlv 4H mile* from
Hty hall: 16*; down. 1 per cent
montftstv Including Interest. DON'T
WAIT, mall In slip at once for
fuU particulars
NAME
ADDRERS
Waddell & MacDonald
593 Chamber of Commerce.
CHERRY 1619
UNRESTRICTED CORNER -
Ferndal* and Green. 40x199. flee Mr.
Betke
Kirby-Sorge-Felske Cos.
1417 Dime H-" v Bldg Main »77
WILL pay cash for vacant lota,
houses, flats, store*, acreage,
real estate equities. Land con
tract* bought; quick and sat
isfactory deals.
EBERT, 809 Majestic Bldg.
Fern dale A Central—Corner
Call Mr. Betke with
Co.
141? Dime Batik Rldg. Mala 577.
Would a list of best bargains ta
DBTROIT REAL ESTATE
vacant and Improved, Interest you?
bTCKiNNON * ormt
gives you this. Mailed on requaat.
PTCKTNanN'H. DFP'T T. DETROIT.
BARGAIN!
N. E. corner Farndale and danger.
11l feet. H<*i> Mr, Betke
Kirby-Sorge-Felske Cos.
1417 Dime Rank RMg Ma n 2*7
CARFENTER*. BUILDER*. plans
and estimates furnished. Joobtng
promptly attended to.
THOte. K AND G A DUKE,
44 McGraw Rldg Phene Cad 2994
Fog tai.r—at aigge* raiii’Kirv
Femdale Busines«\>>mers
Have live corners ready for business
blocks flee Mr. Betke with
Kirhy-Sorgd-FVfukp Cos.
lit - T r " • V HMg V *n >??
Fit It HI.K-M9D COATtI MT*
I CANNOT continue to carry all my
vacant lot contracts and will sac
rifice one or two equities In ex
change for roadster or light tour
ing car Rix 4-63 Time*
Officers and ' . ‘f fBHi
, Malonev-Campbell Realty G>mpsny -
J. A. < aMPBEI.I. ( Incorporated)
j and Sj. 504 P™" Bulldint M
—'{ssl'is. :M
Detroit Mich.,
lUroh 12, 1917.
Advertising Manager,
Detroit Tines.
Dear Sir:
We had our ade all ready Saturday morning at
nine A. M. to run in your Saturday afternoon paper
but your solicitor failed to call. If we had
known your man would not have oalled we would have
been very glad to send our ads over by messenger.
We do not like to miss our Saturday advertising
in The Times as we always get some inquiries from
-me.
I
If your man cannot oall kindly let ue know.
Very truly yours
MALONEY-CAMPBELL CO.
rnH UI.R-riRMi
VERO, FLORIDA
WHERE THE FAMOUS IN
DIAN 111 VE7H OKANOKHAND
GRAPEFRUIT ARK GROWN.
$39 —Round Trip—s 39
Join our SI'KCIAL EXCUR
SION April I. via QUEEN A
CRBSt'ENT .ROUTE
Lecture and Stereopticon
Views
will bo given every day and
evening THE WINTER
GARDEN OF AMERICA” will
ba (Ivan away free.
C. E. GRUENINGER
Room 21. Normandie Hotal.
Phone Cherry #O. l>etroit
THE ONLY COMPANY THAT
DARE SHOW A GOVERN
MENT REPORT.
Small Farms
5 ACRES
Cloat. to UcatfvL choice cardan soil;
price only SI,OOO slo# down, bal
ance . ra*>
10 ACRES
On Toledo car line. only $4 #OO, fl.OO#
down.
40 ACRES
Only 44 miles out. good roads all the
way. A snap.
85 ACRES
Only SO miles out; a big snap at
#a.o#o
Ms loney-Campbell Realty Cos., #O4
Free Press Bldg.
OAKLAND COUNTY
Have a cnolce farm of 160 acres near
rtone road, north of Pontltc. Soil Is
first-class, tile drained, 7 acres of
good timber. 12-roonY brick house,
modern with furnace, baasment.
barn 40*10. horse and grain barn
and all other outbuildings; all
very good; force water system to
all building a beautiful country
horns. Pries only $11.60#. Terms
*9O ACItES, LAKE FARM
Choirs farm, bordering on two large
lakes, has 7-room house, barn and
outbuildings; some fruit, shads and
In good location If yon want to
get out of the city see this. Prtee
only $4.t00 Terms or trade.
TkOMLEY-WIISON CO.
1016 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Cadillac 4*o*
ONE ACRE-NEW HOUSE
10 minutes to Ford’s. Half mils to
car line. In Clawson above Royal
Oak, 4 rooms i ewly papered and
finished Inside. Furnace barn,
pure water, good poll. SSOO first
payment, balance S2O monthly.
Trice $l,lOO See photos.
ROSS LAND CO.
Farm Dealers Exclusively
1001 Penobscot bldg. Phone Cadillac
slll.
GRAND RIVER
Hers It Is Five acres. 1-room house,
barn, chicken houses, outbuildings;
two blocks off csr line, near Red
ford. Choice, doll, running stream;
Ideal chicken farm. Price s4.o##.
Terms easy.
THnkLf.Y-WIIA4ON CO.
101$ Chamber of Commerce. Cad. s*•*
"Tan DYKE AVE
FIVE ACRES
He quick If you want a bargain. Pries
only $1 #o# High, dry piece front
ing on Mi Elliott and Conner's
Oreefc-rd.. two blocks from ear line
and only € miles from city hall. De
troit with le fare. Good T-room
house and all outbuildings; plenty
of frutt. Terms
TROWL.ET-WILSON CO .
101$ Oiambfr of Commerce Cad IIW
-MTEETKOAD
Ws ran sell you $ acres with city
water and saved street, on the seat
side. 7-Mtle-rd frontage, covered
with trees; a corner piece, a beau
tiful spot for a home Price *s79o
per acre. Terms
TROMLET-WILSON CO ,
101$ fYiamber of Commerce. Cud till
GRATIOT AVE.
i acres, nnlr 6 miles nut. close to car
line; Idetf garden farm Price sl,.
260 Terms
10 ACRES
close to car line 10-MIIe-rd.: small
house, good location. Pries $4,000
Terms.
$ ACRE*
14 Mils-rd . neur car line; good soil,
l-rlcs sll6 per a
TRI'MI-WY WIUIION CO.
I*lo Chamber of Com me roe Cad soos
30 ACRES "
ottered at temarkably low figure
owing to 111 health located In
rapidly-growing district near Flint
tar tine and within 29 minutes
running time from Fords Motor
Cos. Apply to T. D. Thomson, SIT
Free Press bldg
FARM buvars ssud for •'Piper's Farm
Bulletin.*' Its free Msny bargains
w c plpor. ff olden bldg o*l rett
for bale— vacant tor*
Committee Approves Park Site on Joy Road I
3-26-17
Boundsd by Joy Road. Wlldamsrs. Quincy sad Clglrmount Avenues.
and we offer the only piece of subdivision property nrljirsml
to the park, .selling at subdivision prices. 10% down and
per month, including interest.
No lot more than half block from D .star Boulevard.
An exceptional opportunity. Take advantage of it. Ct.’l
Cherry 669.
THE ASAM-RICHARDSON CO., 410 MOFFATtBLDCL >1
FOR HUB F4RWU
BEND FOR OUR FARM CATALOGUE
containing 100 farm bargains with
in $0 mil*, of Detroit.
EYSTER, The Farm Man
sf>7 Majestic Bldg
■ URUVKdS OffORTl MITfBP
l Want someone who is wining
to Invest In a well-established real
■•state business, with or without
their services. Now paying big
money. I need swr* capital to
finance the spring business W 111
give best security and reference#;
It.ooo required for half Interest.
(*all and have a talk with me; yoa
will be satisfied Bo* RC-4, Tlmea.
FOR IAI.a-HIIC«U.ANMVI
SODA FOUNTAINS
STORE FIXTURES
of all kinds manufactured and sold
direct to retail trade. We use
10,000 sq. ft. for displaying our
samples. dhow eases, counter*,
shelving, wall cases, etc. “Quality
and prices our success'*
Din*. STORE FIXTURE CO.
14-10 Catherine, near Gratiot and An
toine Bts. Cad. 4712.
KNABE PIANO only $147- regular
s6«# style; beautiful walnut: at
tractive design; sweet pure tone.
Easy payments. Special during
Isst w»<e of our Co-operative Sals.
ORINNICLL BROB.. 14$ Woodward.
Tvce writers—Late Models
Underwood. Ceroaa.
Royal. Smith, Remlng
son. $lO to S6O or rent
f WBL h to $S mo DETROIT
TypywmTF.B CO.. 16#
4 Jefferson
Woodward, kaln 41»1
s•s TOR SMITH PIANO. Sne mahog
any upright: full stse, finely refln.
Ished. new interior. Regular ss••
style Rare opportunity. See this
rlano at once. GRINNBLL BROS.,
46 Woodward.
TYPEWRITER*. ALL MAKE* NEW
AND USED, sls to #ssLanrsft
stock: easy terms. Renting sl.ls
up Call No. 7 Campus next De
troit opera house Cadillac fsfs.
B4BS CT.ARrNET BARGAIN Full
Boehm ayatem; grenadllla wood;
rubber mouthpiece; low plteh; In
first-close condition; <“hap«ialn*
make To sell quickly owner will
consider sny reasonable offer.
ORINNELL BROS ’ Branch. $7 Mon
roe.
BOD A rorvTAiftv new and •and;
Steam tabtk*. store furniture, eof
ns uma Bs«y terms 000. Marsh
On. 1$ East Atwater-st. Main lfst
WALL BOARD, plaster board, co
ntent. cinders; order now. H. H
Dickinson Cos.. «>rafid 6715.
sY|s FV>tT waGNER PIAIfO. regular
$l5O style; fine ebony, very attrae
tlve. sweet tons Small payment*
Call or write Immediately ORIM
NEI,L BROS.' Branch. $7 Monroe.
ROOMS—Furniture «w* reonss cam*
piste $t week Sumner Ml eh S «tk
STORAGE furniture, nearly now. bar
gain price Sumner Cos Mich 4 4tg
foi i.try aso ran
WANTED RABBITS
AND WHITE RATS
We pav the highest prices for firat
claes stock. Correspondence solicit
ed Edwards, the Bird Store, It#
Michigan-avs.. Detroit.
FOR OAI.E—AUTOMOBILES
OLYMPIAN 4-passenger; run
less than 600 miles. A resJ
bargain. The Devlin Cos., 1287
Woodward.
A REAL bargain, 1917 Ford
Touring car; SBS extra equip
ment; never been used; act
quickly. CalJ West 953-J af
ter 6 p. m.
Eight-cylinder Hallier Roadster
and Touring (iood < onditkm.
Phone Mr Weatherlee, North
17. i
PAGE 11
fob bale—vacant LEVS
Mohsus tvu ~ MBlirn MB
BIG AUCTION!
HATUKDAY. MARCH fl. 1$ A. Hfl
200- kORfcES—9OO *1
WE WILL HAVE a 810 SUN BM
ALL ('l«AfiK]£S OF HO REMS JPOfll
Thus sale. skyeraT Hi
MATCHED TEAMS. WMOHIMaSM
T<> 2 690 POl’Nld also A IRnP
BKK OF HE< ’( »NI *-HAND CWW
HORSES. SOME A UTTLS SOjM
but suitable Foil TiUk
WORK WILL ALSO HAVIjE
NUMBER OF J
Pavement Sore MkHi Mt r I
Mares in Foal
Just the kind to take to the eoßßtnrc
Carload Michigan Horaat >
will be soM for tbs hish AoHlMffl
SPECIAL Five ~ nft|g
Teaming Outfits.
Will be sold rogardloaa of vswb 1
BIG assortment; 1
HIGH-CLASS HORSES
now on hand at our stabloa Ha,
private sale.
WATSON DUMP WAGONS
AND TRACTORS Am
TRAILERS SOLD EXCLU*
SIVELY BY US.
Kolb-Gotf redaon Horae Cos.
l##t-111l Oratiot-ave.. Detroit
JOIN THE LEAGUE *
aj’-il&NKrs*
KssßfWfst ssTjLxm
Writ# or oall
Co-Operative League of
America
I*ss Penobsoot ■s*
MONEY TO LOAN
ON VACANT LOTS
Liberal loaaa on real sotatw
Second mortgage realty MBA
Will buy equities ta vacant lota aaß
FtfEß^lSn&jestic Bldg.
BUILDING LOANS
Out ready for that now homo or Bat
In the spring. If you own n lot wo
will loan you all the money to
baiid.
means * wadi.
jß&nL&srß*.
LAND CONTRACTS bought
Quick and satisfactory deala.
EBERT. 809 Majestic Bldg.
"SSBm. KLTrh'SAXi
WW BUT LAND OONTNACTa
Demit Land Contract Ca
t1»-$ll Haul mend Bldg OnA IMi
I lost aid ronw
LOST- Large envelops addressed ts
F M Townees and. contain log patoa«
drawings Return immediately to
Hotel metier •nfonaatloa olork, I*
reward ___.-I
LOST -Between lsth and BucksnßO
and |4tb aad Putnam, purse eow
tatntof Ms. Finder klakto ?
to isFt l«tb-avo.. Mra Hsffaak
and receive reward.
BTBdMTr A MB CAETA—
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