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MONDAY, APRIL It, IM7.
The Confessions of a Wife < hance Offer* Moot Pleanant Surprises. "You see, Margie," said Paul*. *1 do not want you to writ* a Action story of my Ilf*, for thst would mean just a aalaction of episodes—etrlk Inc the high lights, as It were. 1 have always f*lt If soiu* of tbes* romantic tales would only five the other side or rather the leaf stretches of their character*. U would be much better for those read ere who are young enough to be Im pressed and Influenced by them. **The average girl, and 1 eipect the average boy. who reads our more or lees sensational Action, la very apt to think her or his exla tenc« very monotonous, when, If the story were told Just as It happened, both of them would And these ex citing Incidents occurred between long stretches of every-day hum drum existence • *i became private secretary to Congressman Smith (w« will call him Smith, aitho that was not hla name! purely by chance. Congress man Smith had reached the position of congressman of the United State* by one of those strange Aukes that happen often In politics. “He had been nominated In a rock bound Republican state to lead the forlorn hope of the Democratic party, and thru a spilt smong the Republicans was elected quite ss much to his surprise as to that of his constituents “He was s young man—a hard working lawyer of small practice He was married to a sweet young woman of no brains and great social ambitions, and he had one son, a beautiful boy of three “He had not expected to open hie nffloe until the fall after his inaugu ration. but some grave affairs of LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME Bv THORNTON W . BURGE BB. Danny and Nanny Meadow Mount Start Home. • Copyright, till by T. W Burs-- “I couldn't think of such a thing' 1 really couldn't! It Is very nice o? you to Invite me. Cousin Danny, but 1—1—" “You are afraid." chuckled Danny Meadow Mouse, "Re honest. Nib bier Be honest You are afraid, and that is all there Is to It." Nibbler the House Mouse trt«*d to look dtgnlffed and Insulted, out bis whiskers were twitching so nervously that he couldn t. He w.ia si raid, and he knew that Danny knew that he was efratd. You tor I tunny and Nanny Meadow Mouse who had spent the winter In Pam. er Brown's barn with thetr cou*ln. Nibbler, who lives there all the time, had grown homesick for the beautiful Oreen Meadows now that It was spring and had ann#mced (hat they wure going hack there Dunnv had Invited Nibbler to go along with them and the very Idea ot such a thing had quite upeet Nibbler Perhaps If Dannv had not sc light of the dangers In the bam compared with the dangers on the Oreen Meadows It might have been different. It seemed to Nib Mer that with Black Puaay bunting »n the barn every day his life was quite as dangerous as any life could be. But Danny Meadow Mouse had laughed at Black Pussy and had told him of the much smarter hunters of the Oreen Meadows, and how they had to be watched for every minute day and night. Nibbler oouldn’t un derstand bow Danny and Nanny could even want to think of going hack to such s dreadfully danger ous place But they not only thought of go ing, they actually were going It would be a long, long Journey with ereadful dangers all the way Prl vately Nibbler thought that Ttanny snd Nanny were simply crasv The Idea of leaving such a comfortable, < imperatively safa plane ss Parmer Brown's barn for such dreadful dan gets’ No one In hit sense* would think of *ueb s thing You see Nlb- Her always had lived In that barn, snd that made all the difference In the world TANARUS» sorry you won't go along with us," continued Danny. ”W.» would show you what real life Is. And we would have all aort* of ad ventures You have no Idea what bin It la to fool Reddy Pox when he Is sure that be Is going to catch you." Nibbler shivered, but said noth fng "And there are such nice fresh things to eat out there Why. you don't know what fre*h food |*, Cousin Nibbler.” Dnnny went on •You Hhe »he dried strawberries you And In the hay there, but you ought to taste a fresh, ripe straw berry And It Is such fun to hunt crickets In the gra«s' Better change your mind and come with u*“ Rut Nibbler said no. snd urged them not to go He might a* well have talked to a stone wall. The Oreen Meadows were calling Danny snd Nannv, snd go they must and would. Nlbb'er went with them ss fat as the door Into the barnyard Pven then he was terribly nervous •nd kept looking behind and on *.il •Ides for Black Pussy and Jumping »t every little eound, "Good bye," said he. “It has been perfectly splendid having you here stt winter, and It h going to be rery lonely. I hope you'll come hat k next winter." He said this very wistfully “Hood bye,” replied Danny. “Take •r.r# of yourself and watch out for Rack Pussy. I wish von would some with ns. but If you won't yon the nation had caused the president to call an extra session of congress less than a month after he weal in "Congressman Smith was a good friend of Alma Huntington. They iante from the setae town. One af ternoon when w* were In Willard s at a tea he came over to our tatil* md greeted her effusively. "‘ls Flossie here?* asked Alma. Plossls Is the nlcknapn* of Con gressman Smith's wife. ”*No.‘ he answered. '1 don t think she will come until after the extra seaslon opens. Say, Alma, how would you like to give up your Job on that Philadelphia newspaper and become a congressman's secretary V “ ‘Couldn’t do It. Toro/ *atd Alma, and then she heeltated snd said. Perhaps my friend, Paula Newton, would like the Job.' “The congressman looked at me Inquiringly. 'Of course I’d like the Job If 1 could do It.* I said a little tremulously, but you see I don’t know anything about the duties of s secretary/ “ Well/ said Mr. Smith, with a smile, ‘you certainly know as much about being a congressman's secre tary as I do about being a congress man 1 bad thought of hating a man. but some of our suffrage wom en got bold of Flossie and told her they elected me and I should have a woman secretary, so I suppose It la up to me to do so Will you iry ftf "I looked at Alma and she nodded "‘Yea.’ 1 said. Ms you wlah me to/ ”1 went Into Willard's, Margie, an out-of-a-Job actress and came out a full-fledged secretary to a congress man. As Alma satd, thst was going some." (To Be Continuedi iH? '‘Good-bys." replied Danny. “Taka oars of yourself and watch out far Slack Pusay.” won't. We've had a Ane winter here, and perhaps we’ll come back again. Good-bye" Danny daned out Into.the bam yard Nanny said good bye and fal lowed right at hla heels Nibbler vatched them scurrying across the barnyard, and then his heart temped right up In his mouth. There was Black Pussy just coming around fhr comer of the bam snd she had reen Danny snd Nanny Meadow- Mouse! Next story: The Adventure* of Danny and Nanny Begin. catholics" CALLED TO ARMS Church MuM Never Be Found Wanting. Says Cardinal Farley NKW YORK. April I«—Cardinal Farley Saturday laeued a call to arm* to Catbollo.p. “No demand on our Amaiioan manhood or American cltuenahip will go unanswered or will not find u* true Americans, true children of our church that never was found wanti 114 In any crisis of American history." be said In the call TOO MUCH DATA IN HEALTH BOARD SAYS DR. INCHES Dr. James W Inches, health officer, admitted to the hoard of ee tlmaten. considering the health budget Saturday, that the trouble with hls department x today Is "too much statistic* and not enough out side work” “I frankly admit," said Dr. Inch ea, "that altogether too much time has been devoted to the keeping of data that perhaps never will have any great value, and that other things of Infinitely more value have been over 100 kiwi." The health officer's statement was made In connection with an inquiry concerning an appropriation for a new filing system that will coat in excess of 14,000. “I hsve had 10 years’ experience in auditing and accounting, and know that after a certain time men become outa’ about Installation of systems,” said Controller George Engel, one of the estimator*. “There is such a thing as becoming altogether 100 sjstematlc.” Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'? CASTO R : A PRISON-BOUND CRIMINALS SING Crew of 14 Offender* Taken to Jackson by Deputy Sheriffs A crow of 14 young criminals from Detroit Joined lustily in s marching song of convicts Friday afternoon as they started away In charge of deputy sheriffs for Jackson prison John W. Nieboer, chief deputy, was In charge of the squad "Can’t you give us aom* encour agement. boss?" asked one an the shackled prisoner* reached the De trolt station In the sheriffs cus tody. The “enconragemfnt” meant whlaky. Sheriff Stein withheld It. but he allowed the distribution of some oranges and cigarette* for con sumption on the smoking car ride. William Bangs, a young Negro whom Chief Deputy Nieboer brought hack from the prison for s new trial, made a curious contrast to the charges he had taken up. Bangs had aerved but 32 days of hls sen tence, but he declared he would rather stay for life any place elite than go bark. He had seen a fellow prisoner killed last week In the big dining hall during a Aght over some potatoes, he said. Alimony "Slaeksr" Jailed. Because of John AlAen’s refusal to pay alimony of $6 a week to hls former wife, Mrs. Frances Alflen, Judge Chester Saturday morning committed blm to the county Jail for contempt of court. Mrs. AlOen won a divorce more than Ave months ago Aitho she has a young daughter to support, AlAen has paid only about 910 In this time, Carl Schoeffel. counsel for Mrs. AlAen represented to Judge Chester. AlAen was formerly a street car conductor but has been In the real estate business of late. Marriage Licenses Michael ZaR-waki, 3>. Detroit; Mary Jurrtnskl. j|, Wyandotte. Kelts K«wak«, 31, Detroit, Hattie M llot'ii, -'u, lima, Jos Beti-ti, |e. Detroit. Roaeßelach, JO, Wyandotte. Daniel Lal'orrit, JO, Detroit. Mary Walts. 10, name. Andrew Porraynakl. 24. Detroit, fvasmlera haja. 10. »am«*. Thsron V. Roller, 24. Detroit; Blench* V. I-aK iru'- it. eam*. Joseph A. Bolter. JO. Detroit. Helen Knla-a. JO. urn a. Krling A Lararn. 25. Detroit. Flor ence (k-nmldt. Jl. earns John P l?arn*y, 24. Detroit; Mary O'Brien. 22. name. • ’larenf- W. Houghton. ZL. Detroit; I'aullne 7. ehnier 20 Auburn Abraham Paul. 25, Detroit. Boats Keder. 15. eume Anthony IVooblewskl, 21 Detroit'. Laura l*aiit»nde. 25. name. Le<> Jarxoinb*k. 22. I>etrolt, Tger ena Markte. kl, 2*>, same Burt Mar Share IS. Detroit; Flor ence Coacolenda. 21. earns. Joseph Han field. SI. Detroit; Belle Conran, 15. came William Hchoeeow 22. Detroit; Er na Muthel. 24. name. John c l*>n"hue. 25. Detroit. Mel vin t’barron 21. same Joseph Gout, 22, Detroit: C*e*lla Tepallnnkl. 21. same Charier ketienmm ?J. Detroit. Bar bara f>. Allen. 15. fame Frahk Ofcroy. 20. Detroit. Marie Gavie. 11. same. R Ivan GUI. 25. Detroit; Carrie M Swain. 25. Detroit Peter H Ma>ee, JS. Detroit; Anrnii Klertnawak*. 19. aame. Olaf f*. Oleen. 42. Detroit. Marts Anundem, s*. name • "harls* Amolarh, 12. Detroit; Ca therine Fearn. 25. same George Pearson, 54. Detroit; Kate Prortor. 55. aame Clifford A Mtllwelt. 27, Detroit; Lillian G. L**te 22. aame Joseph Rajakl 27. Detroit; Kate gmnllnnkt. 24. name. T»*vld Trachtenberg Detroit; Felt* 7i-lnv»ky IS. name. John Wert*. 24, Detroit. Augusta Woodiiinkl 22. aame. Gerald Cantl*. |9. Detroit; Helen Kenyon S*. same. Ralnh Walace 55. Detroit; Mattel Del Mara. SS. name. Oenrae Tltua. 21 aame. Kenneth K Worts. 21. Detroit; Grace llnh»rt. 20. name. David Wester. ?7. Detroit; Anna Aelrel. 22 aame Basel Napora. 20. Detroit Mary Bachor 21. same. Atantey AtrPth. 27. Detroit; Kath erine Cone. 25 aaem riarnev Pudnl'-k 50. Detroit: Au gusta Rudnlrk 54. name David Trar-Menber*. 24. Detroit Zetta Zaalnvskv 25. same Aieve lank 5?. Detroit. Rardara Dumbovlrh. 2< aame. Tvan HtepanoV. 54. Detroit. Mary Peter, 25. aame Joe Wtnegarden. 24. Detroit Mary Taarkbug fl. aame Ren tjihorin. 21. River Rouge; l/rona Hawkins I*. Ray City. Adam r*t«awta, 21. Detroit; Jadwlgn Kretowlcs 21. aame. David Flaenberg 14. Detroit; Min nie Kaplan. 20. aame Gordon Goodwin. 15. Detroit; Olive Owena, !S. Sarnia. Ont Gabriel Melener 22. Detroit; Ger trud* Luakman 19. earn*. Harold Applehaum 20. Detroit; Minnie Yackman 18 aame. WMtnev M<'Gulr*. 24. Detroit: Elisabeth A. Amttb 54 aame. John I rbata 28. Detroit, Peggy Faver, 20 aame Roy V, v * .del, |5, Detroit; Ella Teman. 25. Richmond. John Akorupa. 21. Detroit; Marla Aria 15, nmr ff Makloff, 22, Detroit Arw« Woianaky 15, aama HaroM Rartho*om*w, 21, Detroit: Nora Mitchell. Jl. same. Alfred Htrmlngham. Jl, Detroit. Helen Rogera 15 aame George CJ*-ble Jr., 24 Petfntt; OHv* P-teraon. 12. aame. Warlaw Koferkl, 20 Detroit; Atan la’awa Rnnkownkl 24 aame Isadora nie Kollln 25. earn*. Charles C Vew»U 24 Goshen, Ind M»na F Martin. 21 F-dford. Asm O*. JS. Detroit; Anna Dienes 20 aame. Joseph R Kelerha. 21, Detroit; Agnea T Rrntske. 15 asms. Edgar A Gurfc. 22. Detroit; May he||,. Peltier. 22. asms Jan Karmab, 22. Detroit: Maryana Atei-fca, 24. aame Asm Clnts. 25. Detroit Fannie Fine. 20 aame William Thompson. J 9. Detroit: frm* Rvan, 21 same. Alport larr"'’U 11. Detroit. Louise Katelewnkl 21 same .lark Ade'->»n 24. Detroit: Celia Edleroan. Jl. «ame Charles Dold. 25. Detroit; Mart# Tforln, 25 same Frank R#h** 51. Detroit; Mary Ferguson. 22. same BertrSn T R Allen 47. Detroit. Florence Gee, 24. Port Huron. John M< Auater, 19. Detroit. Daisy flohlnson. 10. name, Hyman Goldman. 25 Detroit Am phis Pollock. 20 aame Ravmond Pa»k*r. 21. D»tr' t Mat's Anton. 14. same Bernard Jarxcb v. jk. 22. L >r triatl Rose Kupts. it, -same Claude W Pvait 2T l<e»roi* V tone Pag# 24 aeme. Geo w. Ilayea. 27. Detroit R-ae DETROIT TIMES Ilondgarh. 19, Rentun Harbor. James V. M« Kay. 22. Detroit; Olga A. Sorth(|ulet. 20, same. Joseph It. Wilkina<>n. 21, Detroit. Lillian J<>rd<>ns. 20. aame Arthur Gibbons 24, Detroit; Bva M Msrtlneeu, 20. same. I*eand*r J. Illeefuaa. 21. Detroit. Mabel K Graham, 24. Fair Havan. Michael U art lan 34. Detroit; Roale Nkendyar, 19. aame, William Wall. 24. Detroit. Margaret Knaiska 24. Mine. Edward Kgrsesntak. 25, Detroit. An ne Cornelia. 23, same. Albert Mann. 21. Detroit: Olive Fa a*-r. 22, aeme. William F. Marschner, 24, Detroit. Rtna Kalaow, 20 earns. Dominick C Dsurda. IS. Detroit. Rtella Herocka 20, same. I>a% Id Wilaon. 22. Detroit; Ruth Wlleon, 19. same Waller Chamho. 22, Walts; Clara Hoeft, 22, Flat Rock Michael McNeely. JO. Detroit. Ruth Cluney, 19. aame. Ham Hhapiro, 52. Detroit; Fannie Goldberg 20, seme Frank Machuta. 22. Detroit; Anna Ronkokakl. 21. same. Htanley Hcspanskl, 21. Detroit; Hat tie Wachowlak, 19. same Carl A. Pearson. 21. Detxptt; Marie Anderson. 50, same. Albert J. Helms 24. Detroit; Celia Polo* n 20. same. Frank Turowskl. 25. Detroit; Elsie Tlllle, 191. aarne. Walter Klehha. 21. Detroit; Marie Htuve. 20, same. Ham Donder. 24, Detroit: Minnie Miller. 20, same. John Trrrnake. 24. Detroit: Antoni na lajwa. 22, aam*. I* - A. Wlllcockaon 21, Detroit; Ida Blo*-niWer. 20, same. Frank Trua. 22. Detroit; Mgry H' Iks. 20, same. Arthur P Kurm. IX, Detroit; Anna Miller, 19 IDdfnrd. Albert J. Bohrer. 24. Detroit; Ella I>e*longchamn 22, same. George F 'burner. 21. Detroit; Ca rol F. Ktllsnn, 31, same. Andrew KUu, 35. Detroit; Mary KuMelnik. 11. same. N’lkoder* Drpkua. Jl. Detroit; Be nzathine Wlakst. 25. same. Arthur Peter*«>n. 24. Detroit; bil* lian Nufer, 29. same. Matenes W ioh«-|. 12. Detroit; Lud wika Gevlosds. 20. same. William B Thomas. 14. Detroit; Mae Hatano, 25. aame Edmund A. Kalts, 21. Detroit; Rose M Burr 22. same. Peter Topolewaki. 24, Detroit; Ju lia Gout, 11, aeme Frank Wojt uese wakl. 2L Detroit; Ix>ttle Welclechnwaka. JO. same. Isadore Kpstein. 21. I>etrolt; Lenna Goldstein. 21. same Jack Rlugnian, 21. Detroit; Rae Ooldateln. 20, same. Charles’ W. Moore. 28. Detroit; Grace CatnpgHa 21. same. Wilfred Munahsvr, 25 Detroit; Catherine Aanner, 27. same. William A Llpekt, 24. Detroit; Clara Keahl. 21. same. Edmund Manor. 24, Detroit; Vera Johnson, 20, tame. Bernice H Woddell. 24. Detroit; Auean I Collins. 24. New York. Hamuel Ouerlan 25, Detroit; Fan nie Vlener. 20, same. Fred Merritt 24. Detroit; Geral dine Nor hole 22, aame. Gauleepp* Orirnmanaa. 22. DetToM; M->rla Gerrantell, IX. earn*. Fr»nk Temple, IJ. Detroit; Pearl ~m'th 14, same. Ife-man Wegner. 35. Detroit; Ma t r **»•»( gr-Cth same. Dave v w 't r 55. Detroit; Ida A<-bc>rr 20 same Fdwtn * A-dr-wa. 40. Detroit: Clarlhel Mathew*. 29 same, Deaths I ph Rurk-, 197 lAbroaae 41 > e*ra. gse as, j.,r, n Mat*. 45 Grandy, 1 month. Intestinal tox emia. Joe Prabowllirh. Children's Free hospital. 9 month*. Intestindl intoxication; Frances O'Hagen. 112 Junction. 54 year* cerebral hemor rhage, Gustav* E. Repull. 4*3 Clark. 51 vears fractured skull l*>ul* Hard. Detroit Tuberculosis aanttortum, 57 year*, pulmonary tuberculosis; John Palijewskl, 495 Milwaukee K, about I* y*ar*. pulmonary tuberculosis. Anna Zaremskt. 478 Moran 5 years spinel meningitis. Angiele Smlelow akl. Samaritan hospital. 11 years, acute nephritis; Anna It Htarkev. 197 Parker 75 years myocarditis; Harry 7. Nelson. «Harp* r honpitHl, «».i branch. 51 velars, burns to body Phillip Qstn*r. *4 2 Field, ?4 year* asthma. Hattie M Hotly. 9» Hogarth. .‘•4 years, lobar pneumonia: Emma ng Greiner. v 54 Monti aim E T ) ears, uremic poisoning lieckv Hchuch. Herman Kiefer hospital. 1 year, laryngeal diphtheria Bessie Zimberg. 322 Alfred. 4 months, con vulsion*; Helen Cholak. 20 Wanda. 4 months. pneumonia; Dorothy C. Chadwick 1411 John It. II years, acute autointoxication; James h Htevena. 249 Maple, 42 years, mitral Insufficiency; John W McLstchl* Hotel Normandie, about 55 years, ap oplexy; Norman Apptehee. Herman Kiefer hospital. 4 years. scarlet fever; Concetta Blondo, 183 Rivard 7 months, fleurltia; F. Heinta Horn. Harper hospital. 2 months. n< n-. ins ure foramen ovale. William Ronald lAngrtll, 292 Engle. 6 months, neph ritis. Hattie McNutt. 284 At Jean 40 years, acute dllttatton of heart. Key met Knalev, Municipal hospital. 7 years, scarlet fever. Francis l/ain dowsky, 940 Twenty-third, about *0 years. chronic Bright's dis-ase George R. Hudson. 749 Junction. 40 years, carcinoma of right lung Franclska Bomwska. 921 Rlcard 24 years pulmonary tuberculosis. Htan- Islaw Zalewskl. 42 Goodwin 12 years lober pneumonia; Ladtslas Nienaltow skl. 422 Ferry B. about 52 years mitral Insufficiency; Martha Kulaa xewakl. 84t Jos Camps u 29 years cerebral hemorrhage Zofia Kowal ski. 284 Thirty-fifth. 34 years, pul monary tuberrulocla: Janlns Mfsa. 24 Kinsman, 10 months, bronchial pneu monia Josephine Rohlerelskl, 924 Fredericks. S3 years. pulmonary pbthlala; James Chrlstol. 444 E Con gress. 4 months, convulsions Resptno Pernecuro. At. Mary s hospital, shout IS years, lobar pneumonia. Pete R*v mond Grace hospital, about 2 yes’-* tubermilar meningitis. Helen Lennalt. 44 Elmwood. 4 years, laryngeal dlpb therla. Anna Balfour. 385 Northwest ern. 77 years, acute nephrltle. Louis Hamilton. 491 Woodlawn. 24 v*ar* puerperal septicemia. Anthony Paw iua, 195 Hammond. 25 yeara. chon cho. pneumonia: Charles John F.ngei. 1159 Seminole, l hour, prematurity. Mortuary April 11. at hls home. 147 Waterloo. William J., beloved hus band of Rebecca, and dear father of William A . Nellie. Allre, Clar ence and Harold. Funeral from residence Monday at 3 p. m , St Ftephen's church «t 2 JO. KARi,—April IJ. at 145 Euclld-ave west. Mary P.. beloved mother of Mrs. Paul L Randall of Detroit and Mrs. Joseph R McLaughlin of Seattle, Wash. Funeral services from residence at convenience of the family, interment at Pontiac, Mich. KVA99— At her residence, 44 Brown place. April 11. 1917. Nelly R.. be loved wife of Price F.vens and mother of Jack Evans and slater of Ed Fagen, Peter Fagan Mrs Mamie Meaner Mrs. Liatle Mhaltev Mrs Thorns* Sharkey of At. Louis, Mo Funeral Monday at 850 from residence and Bt. Leo's church at 9 o'clock hy La Bell funeral car. Ol'TOW*—April 12. at hla home. 1045 Wlllle-ave. east. William J, aged 55 veara. beloved father of William H . Jr„ Mfa. Joa Molttor and Edwin brother *4 Herman and Charles Outow. Notice of funeral later. HOl.Xtl'Kl—April 13. Anna, beloved wife of the late Anthony. Funeral Tuesday morning from her resi dence, 1198 Hastings. and from Sacred Heart of Mary church kMtBT«O9 April IV 1917, at the parents' home. 5122 Commons ealtii N»-ve. beloved daughter of Mr snd Mr* T R Kerbvsofi. aged It **a ra i <n-tal Monday at ;• p m 9 ITK9 April 13 1917 at re-,d* 114 Phi l s <!•( ph Is-a ve west 'Ten Mite beloved mi'i her of I4crb-rt It Vatan Noih-e of funeral later C. B. BIRD a CO. Funeral Directors 17 West Hancock Ave. Phone Grand III! Detroit M'eh. FOR SPRING PLANTING VEGETABLE AND FLOWER HE EDA. I AWN SEED AND FERTILIZER. ONION SETA AND ABEDA POTA TOEA LOHRMAN SEED CO. RANDOLPH->T. and O RATI OT-AVE ■ 141.5* wssrau—au-s LaBoRERH wanted, steady work. Apply National Car A Foundry Cos.. Clarke and West Jeffereon. OOOD money made at home knitting hoeiery. Machines furnished on time We buy or sell your goode: constant work Wheeler Cos., (Inc.) 117 Madlton, Chicago. PATTERN MAKERS—FOUR METAL PATTERN MAK ERS. PENBERTHY IN JECTOR CO., 360 HOLDEN AVE. HRI.r W 4\TED TK94ALB TO YOUNG WOMEN SEEKING EMPLOYMENT Do y.ou want to work where conditions are pleasant and aalaries £ood? You will find a fine opportunity in the tele phone exchange. Steady work at all times. Your position will not be af fected by business depression. Students paid while learn ing. Frequent salary increase. Rapid promotion for those who ihow ability. Vacations with pay. Pay ments while ill and life insur ance at stated period of ser vice. Many other desirable features. Apply Operators’ Ti ffining School, Madison-ave. and John R.-st., between 9 a. m. and sp. m. Michigan State Telephone Cos. WANTED Women. II or over, oe government clerks. I*o month. Write Immediately for list of posi tions now obtainable Franklin In. siltute. dept 489-D, Rochester. N. T. BOOKKEEPERS, stenographer# and genersl office help wishing position, kindly* call or write the Daisy B. MtTrrr Agency, 454 Chamber of Commerce 1 011. jlu —'an nr-waw U 4 STKD X 4LE9MKN MAGAZINE SOLICITORS, crew or ganixer*. 4l< snd 56< niagaxtne proposition* Red hot sellers Big pi. Its I'nlimlted territory. State experience when writing. Postal Subscription Company. Minneapo lis. Minn . wr-r ~.i WAR VP TO SDt—WI9CXI.I.A9IH ■ CAgH for old false teeth, gold crowns broken Jewelry diamonds, watches etc., fult value paid Rfg Ce.. t? Wood*'! Ilk door elevator W 4NTKP—TARIXS SMALL FARMS WANTED I t* 10 or 25 acres within 40 miles ol Detroit, w.th or without stock and Implements. Send full particu lars. ROSS LAND CO. Michigan's Orestest Farm Agency. 1102 Tenobscot bldg. T r.one Cad. XXII. WANTED to hear from owner of good business for sale. State cash price, full particulars. D. K Rush. Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED—To hear from owner of good farm for sale Northwestern Business Agency. Minneapolis Minn WASTED—AGENT* NEW KNIFE SHARPENER puts ra **>r cdne M any knife Instantly without grinding 30 sales a day easy. Carry right In pocket. 100 per cent profit. Wr'te for free sam ple offer nxw F. M Keltmen, sales manag r, 124 American bldg.. Cln < Innatl. O TO Rtn-NOt lE« » A- A A A A A A. A. Hannan Rental Agency A free llet* of I ouees and flata. Call In person et Ota old- et end largest real estate e*< hanae In Michigan. 1 UrORA W PtH!>DfNG : Ijj 1 11 .arf ill"r—r 1 sni..-js saw TP NIC NT— moVMM. HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor. Larncd and Batee-*ta Make roar home for the winter at the Hotel franklin Special wse4tly rale# from |4 to lit. LARGE front furnished room at 198 Mlchl*an-ave two ladle* employed preferred Kitchen privilege* If de si zed. till. SC9IVIK QirortTt NITIICB MAKE SI,OOO Get Your Ix)t Now in the GREEN SULDIVISnON w Doivn mm| 1 r ; Monthly f ROPERTT LIKA ’VNIDK Os THE CITY LIMITS. BETWEEN FORD rfiGnzvw and grand river- AVE. TNf)i ,titi 504 CHBMRER Os COMMPRCK or tux GRAND ETVrn-AVE CALL CHERRY 1471 •• % t -T* «|| . * -■? ’■■■ >■-—■» «■■■!■*■ I'M" Mi fc*Ol€ HA I K-~NK»IDIC*<'K PHOPKHT% FOR IMMEDIATE SAI.E LIST YOUR VACANT. RKAI HENCE. DOWNTOWN AND FACTORY PROPERTY WITH HOMER WARREN & CO. 1 257 Chamber of Commerce. BEST BARGAIN M *dern. 7-ro im cottage on Rronk l\n-eve. Bill* circle. 8500 down and |to per month 1524 D'm* Rank Rldg John I. Crlssman Tel Cherry 2»2f OWNER MT’ST BEU. New modern B. V. 2-fsmllr. 1141 Philadelphia. Will rent for t«Q Apeclal Inducements for cash. Wal nut 592 W DAVISON AVE Near Oskman car line. 4 rooms, full basement .electric light .hardwoud 'ALEX. WATSON *«2 HAMMOND RLDG KIRBY A\ E v room house. 3 bedrooms, furnace, electru light* flreplxre B**o down. |‘ri. . Ifi.co-' Grand toll -T roR «ai a&~-rarm . 16-ACRE MAIIKET OARDtN KARM pa I lvnioutti road good building*, litre* greenhouse. fln*at garden •oil. ready fur bmlnru immediate poaaesslon If desired BROOKS 4 MINTON m Hammond bldg. main «i7*. l* FA KM 4 <* mils* from Wll ll*. >3 mil** from Detroit, V»cr» orchard, |K arm under cultlva* lion, balance pasture and woodlot: fenced with aoftn wire, well tiled; 7-room house with full basement 33*40 barn which needs some im pairs. 14*40 row barn. S poultry house* tool house, corn cribs, *tc. 114 mile* to town. 11.100, with 91,000 down buy* It. See Mr. Cot trell. CYSTFR. The Farm Man. 007 Majes tin ll 4«. FA KM buyer* send lor "Piper's Far* Bulletin It s free Many bargain* W C Piper. Hoklea bide, Uetro'l 0L0«O FORTY ACRKH. one mile south Traverse City. Mich ICsrel lent for fruit and general farming or exchange for city shuttle* Juateson. 426 W. Alexandrine. De troit. or Orand I*o3 J 42-ACRE FARM on beautiful ftllver Lake. Livingston county, *0 mile* from Detroit, lie mtl*a to two rail road towns; splendid house, ba«e ment barn, poultry bouses, well fenced, and very best of clay loam and gravelly clay loam soil. *4 000, half cash, no exchanges Our farm catalog, describing 100 farm bargains, will be mailed at your request. FYSTFR. Th# Farm Man. *O7 Majes tic Bldg 11.000. 14 CASH, buys good 00-acr# farm In Michigan's bast potato district H P. Glldden. *l3 Htev ens bldg Phone Cad. 7101, Owner. Small Farms Close to Oraliot. only IS miles out. choice land only 3300 an acre; * acre#, 10 acre* or 20 acres. 10 ACRES Close to Wayne and Michigan ave nues. house, barn, granary, chicken house; suitable to divide; only 14.- 000. 91.000 down 6 ACRES In Brighton, with proud house, Just the thing for a chicken farm; only |3,- 300. 9100 down. 120 ACRES 40 miles from Detroit, good brick house, bank barn, windmill, lota of fruit: only 90.000. MALONUY-CA M I'MKI.L REALTY CO. *O4 Free Press Bldg 11-ACRK FARM near Brighton. Liv ingston county, 56 acres under cul tivation. to acres pasture, 10 acres timber, part roll ng and part level, living stream through farm, with lake on rear of same, over 100 bearing fruit trees, gravelly loam and clay loam soil, well fenced. 7- room house with basement and porch In good condition, 13x42 basement barn, poultry house, corn crib and other outbuildings neces sary. large cistern. *pl*ndid well of water This Is only 114 miles to town. Price |4* per acre; 12.000 rash down and mortgage on bal ance for King time. No exchanges. Se- Mr Cottrell. EYftTKR The Farm Man. 807 Majes tic Bldg WOR 4 4l.k—V U AAT HIT* HOMER WARREN & CO. VACANT Whitfield. 2nd block . 91.476 At. Clair-blvd., 100x176. south of Kercheval 8.000 Ms rlk-»rwngb 4-0* ? 44. Just south of Ji-fferson 1.700 Kuclld. south side 2 100 Blaine near Twelfth... . 1,778 Euclid W.. 70 It. apt sit# . 5.200 Palmer Woods, cor 100 ft 7.860 Devonshire, 80 ft ~ 0.700 Devonshire. 40 ft. cor 2.1Q0 f-skevlew. near Kercheval . 1.000 Lakevlew near Charlevoix 075 Drexel. near Charlavolx #OO Poplin 860 Lenox, nr. Alack 475 Worcester Place, 60 ft 3,l«0 Pal llster-ave.. 40 ft *.♦«» Calvert, near Twelfth.. .... 2,004 Foreet-ave. K oor.. per ft,... #0 Coplln corner, 8t ft 1,000 l-akcVtew corner. 3* ft ... **• Woodward. near 0 Mlla-rd_ 100*300. per ft 000 Gladstone, near Lin wood 1.150 HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Oommerce 110x184 FT.7 $650 30x134 Is larger than most city lots. This tract Is three times as large as 30x134 feet. Price of entire tract 1* only |6f>o, half the price of nearby lots. 60 minutes from city hall, near Grand River Three abstracts; 136 secures tract Bal ance eaaV. Owner. Address box A-No. 1 Times. SEEBALDT Block from Grand River. 40 feet, high ly restricted. It,000; Owner. Main 0100 WILL pay cash for vacant lots, houses, flats, stores, acreage, real estate equities. I .and con tracts bought; quick and sat isfactory deals. EBERT, 809 Majestic Bldg. n\ w. corTclTfeord - AND ELIZABETH. 40x100—550,000. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce CARPENTERS. BUILDER* plana and ••tlmxtM furnished; Jobbing promptly attended to THOU. K AND O. A DTTK* 44 kfcGraw Bldg Phone Cad. 3100. WABASH Near Boulevard 80 feet. Ideal apartment alts, unre stricted 13.360 Main 4100. ERSKINE STREET •IST BLOCK 50x140—120.000 HOMER WARREN A CO 1227 Chamber of Commerce W« wish to announce the opening of our Terminal Branch Office on Grand Rlver-ave., In the new section beyond the Terminal rail road We are In a position to de liver lots In Greenfield P*rk. Glen dale Gardens. Git idale Courts, Wyoming Park and Cedarhurst subdivisions We are also sbl* to deliver lots in R K. Taylor's \V*st iswn end Snuthlawn subdivisions and adjoining subs Call Mr. Con nor* In active charge of th* Ter minal Offic*. phon* Garfield 44. or call Mr O'w.fl at the Main Office, phone Cadillac 7t«4 List your lots with ua when you wiah to •'•II CLEMONS, KNIGHT, MENARD & PAUL 727 Farwell Bldg. SPECIAL mTroMN '** * -• 1 Mock, only HOMER W \RREN A CO. 12 27 Chamber of cnmm*ree. rosMix—RaußNxcarsopggi% miUft-MMamifMMM Own Your 1 Own Home By home we don’t mean merely four walla and roof. But a beautiful 4-room bunga low on a nice large lot, 35x107 feet Our property is in the North Woodward section where it is bound to increase in value, and is surrounded by homes already occupied and others under construction. But you can’t afford to wait as we are rapidly selling our lots very fast, in fact all of our GRAND RIVER PROPERTY is gone and we only have 9 lots left in North Wood ward. Just think of it —house complete and mod- I em and a large lot for only $1,400. And our I terms are only SIOO Down—s2o a Month No Interest No Taxes Positively cheaper than rent; and you will not have to pay tribute to a landlord, but can put that money in your own pocket Hurry down and select your site for the home that you have been working for be fore the last 9 lots are gcine. WM. BURNHAM BUILDER I PHIL PETERS, MGR, 92 Griswold Street rot SAL*—Yf A.CAJOT LOTS Lake view Nr. Charlevoix S lots with Improvements. 3O*10»~ only 9018 each. HOMER WARREN A CO. 1327 Chamber of < ommeree. SOME BUYS Three lota on Hamllton-ava. at $778 each; paved street; terms. Fourth lot on Manlatique south of Jef ferson at 11.076; paved street; builders' term# Two lots on Doebel-av*. Just off Van Dyke at 2375 each; terms. EAST 3447 MAKE your old frame, brick or ••- ment house look like new by ap plying our old reliable ASBESTUS STUCCO Do It now and save painting Work guaranteed Let ua figure with you H J. Barber, East 344 7. 7-MILE FRONTAGE JUST OFF WOODWARD 02x111 —900 per foot., pavement and city water. 10 lota. 30x100—9060. I lot |7 26—equity 9329. HOMER WARREN A CO. 1317 Chamber of Commerce FOR BALK FACTORY BITKB FA CTO RY~SIT E 8-MILE CIRCLE One-half block from double track car line. Land 64,000 sq. ft. Bldg. 22,000 sq. ft M C. a. R- and L. 9 M 9. siding* In property Paved atreete, Price 940 000 HOMER W ARREN A CO. 1217 Chamber of Commerce. CHOICE FACTORY STTES Residence and business lots In De troit’s rpoat popular subdivision* Mt Olivet Schaefer sod Nuernberg Ft pyroea and term# < n at ■ this property call PETER KEHOE Ridge 435-J FACTORY SITE 24 ACRES INSIDE CITY LIMITS SEWER—WATER PRICE $4,000 PER ACRE Car line pa*»e* property, < ver 1.200 feet railroad frontage. HOMER WARREN A CO. 1 227 Chamber < f Commerce. "~M.IT R r 7“ WABASH R. R. 17 ACRES $15,000 PER ACRE Paved streets, water, sewer, car line*. Western part of cll>. HOMER WARREN A CO. 1 227 Chamh r of Commerce run lAD. i'Diik** I'hui'xbm COLUMBIA WEST IST BLOCK 40x90 FEET Will sell f. r considerably lees than anything et*c 'n th» b'oeh. Don't let it r-rt a way fr<>m > o*i HOMER WARREN A CO. • F' n • tene w• h go <« r>. w I and ease Will »ell cheap Ad dress box A-06. Times ro«0 IALB- HUOibAAi tfw AUCTION SALE ' Unclaimed Frtight <rf .. Various Railroada TUESDAY, MAY 15 AT 10 A. M. Edgar’s Sugar House 239 Junction Ave. TTrrwnTF'Rß ALL MVKKR NFOP AND INlfe 220 to 240. Largest stock easy tsrroa. Renting fl *0 up. Call No. 7 Campus next I>a trolt opera house CadtOac 0991. •OPA FGI'NTAITfV. st* aad used; steam taklks store furniture, ••of. fee urn# Rasy terms Geo Marsh Cos.. 20 East \twater-st Main *7»| RtXJSf B—Furniture tor rooms eng plate |1 Week Sumner Mich * 4th. STORAGE furniture, nearty new btr* selw price Vnmner Cos Mleh 4b 4th ■ I 411X44 OPPOBTIBITIM HIGH-CLASS Automobile Acceasor. ire Man from California offers td tend!.- coast - M-rman Kierisr. Berkshire Hotel, City. Box A-02. Time# ITOBAUB AND CABTABB CENTRAL STORAOS CO„ mo*io|t packing, fireproof rates right 10<v tor vans for subnrbaa mtislad Phone Cadfflgg 00 Af*VK Storage mimm.it* ware how aw Storage moving M #4O 41 OMmt% PARTY MOVTNO to California <«a rmt part oi car t'eoiml sturigs Cos. » sdlllac 09- ROKHT. BROS/ STCm AGE IWC. Stof are. Cartage. Packing 102 Alfred. Cherry 4400 MO.MCI TO LOAS MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTB Liberal loans on real estate. 4-cond mortgage realty lOgaai W I II buy equities !n vacant lots aad linsr ved propertj EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. LAND CONTRACTS bought Quick and satisfactory deala. 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