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TUESDAY. APRIL 24. 1917.
BUILDING OF NEW CAR UNESTARTS Will Connect Highland Park With Village of Royal Oak STEPHENSON AIDS PROJECT Portion of Right-of- Way Donated By Realty Dealer Construction work has been start rd on the now car line which will connect Highland Park with Royal Oak over anew rUht-of way thru the northeastern section of Detroit donated to the Detroit United rail way by 13. F Stephenson Detroit realty man; John Austin. forra**r president of Highland Park, and others associated with .Mr. Stephen son. Thia Is the car line that Mr. Ste phenson and his associates have been working to secure for more You can buy an interest in downtown business property on the time - payment plan You know —everybody knows —how downtown real estate has doubled and trebled in value every few years. Because central property is, year in and yoar out, the most profitable of ail investments—as well as the safest and soundest—it has been the favorite field of investment for Detroit’s shrewdest and ablest men. And as the wealth of these men (and of their estates) has continued to pile % j. * •»W’' names of these men a* tv, ~uu because of the rapid growth of their fortunes. Until recently, however, the man who has not had enough money to The Five Hundred Investors com pany of Detroit has been incorpor ated to enable the man or woman of average means to pay SSO or SIOO down and $12.50 or $25 a month and revive upon that money an unusually large profit. It enables the average individual to obtain a percentage of return seldom offered him except in the wildest speculation—yet in this case with all the stability and safe ty of the soundest of all securities, down-town real estate. A Going Concern. The Five Hundred Investors company has been incorporated and is now operating. It is already a going concern. Because the larger the resources of the company the greater profit each dollar will earn by opening up still more attractive fields which can be entered only with large re sources, the capitalization is now being increased to $240,000. A large part of this has already been •übscribed. Caah or Time. The par value of the stock is SIOO a Share, and subscriptions are taken in units of block of six shares each. Stock may be paid for in full at the time of making subscription, or on a time basis, requiring the down payment of SSO and the payment each month of $12.50 for each block of six shares or stock. No interest is charged on deferred payments. Five Hundred Investors Company Care of H. A. Jones Real Estate Cos. 70 Washington Blvd. 2nd Floor, Palmer Bldg. Cherry 5060 than a year. The line will begin at the end of the Victor ave. term inal east of the Ford factory, ond < itend along Oakland ave. to tb*' H a Mile rd. Then It will turn across the Grand Tiunn tracks and run north to a point between the Fight and Nine Mile rds, where »l will curve slightly and again turn mralght north to Royal Oak. The undertaking represents an Investment by the Stephenson firm of more than |I.OOO o<H> In the right of-way and property adjoining. The right-of-way represents an Invest ment of $300,000 aa It would briny tl.ia amount If cut up Into lota. The Stephenson right of way be gins at the Grand Trunk tracka and extends north to Royal Oak. Tha Intermediate rtghtof-way came Into possession of the D. U. II- before the franchise for the Stephens*-* private right of-way was obtained "In the face of war condition* 1 cvnuyt concelre of a better example of confidence In the fu*ure of De troit than this step by the D U. K.. which means the Immediate invest ment of $500,000 in a double track to Royal Oak." nald Mr Htepheneon The new car lln* will open up a great stretch of territory north east of the Ford factory. All freight truffle from Royal Oak Flint, Romeo and other places 1:0* coming In over the Woodward ave. line from Pontiac, will be cai rled around over the new line, thus relieving the North Woodward-eve congestion says Mr Stephenson Work has been started by the Stephenson firm -on laytng out a continuation of Oakland-ave. par- The Soundest of All Investments For instance, the subscriber for six shares pays SSO and receives a receipt for that amount of money, and for each monthly installment of $12.50; on twelve shares SIOO down and $25 a month. Dividends Computed. When his receipts amount to SIOO, he may surrender them and receive in return one paid-up share of stock. Dividends—either cash or stock will be based on the money paid in by each stockholder and the time it has been in the hands of the com pany—just as interest is computed and paid by savings banks. Stockholders Decide. ' It was the plan of the incorpora tors to retain in the hands of the stockholders every possible power —to a much greater extent than is usual in corporation affairs where most of the powers are delegated to the board of directors and the ex ecutive officers. All important transactions, in cluding the purchase, sale, mort gage or lease for a period of more than five years of any of the cor poration’s holdings are subject to the approval of three-fourths of the stockholders. Protects Stockholders The company retains the right to decline any subscription for stock, so that there will be no undesirable stockholders and no one who may not he able to keep up his pay ments. This is for the protection of every stockholder. »'lellng the new line Into Royal Oak The line will enter Royal Oak at Fourth and Matn-Ma, connecting with the present Rochester line. SAYS HIS WIFE IS SLAVER’S VICTIM; GETS WARRANT Following charges that women have been secured for the prosecu tion of white slave traffic thru ad vertlsements for waitresses In the Hungarian Zepecaya, a Hungarian newspaper published in New York, but circulated thruout the country, Assistant Prosecutor Speed, Mon day morning Issued a warrant for the arrest of a man In Allouea, Mich., on the complaint of Sigmund Kaiser. Kaiser came to the prose cutor’s office Saturday afternoon and said that his wife, Mrs. Guanle Kaiser, was being held In Allouea. Kaiser returned Monday and the warrant was drawn charging the Al loues man who |* accused by Kaiser of luring glrla to an immoral resort thru bis advertisements, with unlawful Imprisonment. Kaiser claims his wife is being detained In the resort and that other girls there have been secured In the same way. 42 Cars Stolen In Thre* Hours Automobile thieves set a rec oid In their weekend activities Sat urday night. Between 8 and 11 o’clock they stole 42 motor cars. The total for Saturday and Sunday Is more than 150. Supt. of Police Marquardt has assigned an extra force of officers to trace the stolen vehicles finance so large a transaction has been unable to obtain the big profits which follow investment in downtown busi ness property. But now he can do just what many people of average incomes are doing —combine his resources with many others. Then the available capital totals enough to enter -the field of large investments and unusual profits. Som£ of Detroit’s thriftiest men and <• ' > dred people this immensely profitable field of investment is open to you and to them. Your money will help them make larger profits and their money will make more money for you. DETROITERS ARESLOWTO HEED CALL Almost At Bottom of List In Navy Re cruiting Since the w»r began Detroit bad been more backward In her enlist - menta for tha navy than any other recruiting station In the central wegt ■ave one, St. Louie. In 12 naval re cruiting stations In this Nectlon of the countrv Detroit ranks tenth Bt. Louis and Islington follow her. but the Lexington office has ben open only a wegk and has hardly got started. The navy department allotted to certain stations the number of re emits expected from each This was bused upon population. Chicago was asked to recruit 1.800 meg, D#- troll and Bt. I .outs each 1.200; Kan sas Oty, Minneapolis, Indianapolis, Omaha, Cincinnati, Milwaukee and Islington each 800, Peoria and Dee Moines each 400. li| the week Just closed Detroit sent away 146 sailors, making a to tal since the war started of 815, or Most of those who have already subscribed are taking advantage of the deferred payment or "time” plan—a number are paying up in cash because they appreciate the poesibilities for profits greater than they are now receiving elsewhere. Many have taken six or twelve shares—pome have subscribed to more. A large number of subscrip tions have been received from out of-town. Full Particulars We shall be pleased to give any one interested full details of the plan or send a booklet giving all particulars. Subscriptions are now being taken at the offices of the compahy. An appointment in the evening may be arranged by telephone or letter. Call at our offices, examine every feature carefully, and look over the reports showing what has been ac complished with exactly the same plan in Toledo, where the Fifty As sociates company with 680 mem bers have holdings of over $1,500,- 000, representing an investment of about SBOO,OOO paid in over a period of six years. Inusual Possibilities Find out what has been done in Boston where the SIOO shares of the Fifty Associates company are now worth $8,800; in Cleveland, Columbus, Chicago and in other cities with co-operative investment companies using exactly the same plan as the Detroit company. You will be astonished by its pos sibilities. Fiv* Hundred Inveslor* Cos., 70 Washington «Jlvd . Detroit. Telephone CHERRY 5060. Without any obligation on my part, at all, please eerd me full particular* regarding the Five Hundred Investors Cos. Name Address T Cty . DETROIT TIMES only 28 per cent of her allotment of 1,200. which should have been filled in the aaoie period Kansas City, which bad been allotted the task of raising Sou recruits as her quota, had sent 833 and was still enlisting more Thus far during the war St. Louis has sent out 206 enlisted men for the navy aa against Detroit’a 116. Lieut. Richardson. In charge of the navy office here, Is not proud of this record Captain V. I Morrison, of the Ma rine corps, has been doing pretty well snd is proud of the nun he ha.* sent away, bo«au*e he says they are going to get action right away. Capt Morrison fait that he might be left here on recruiting duty when there was fighting to bo done, but he has just received a communica tion from the chief of bta depart ment notifying him to be ready for a hurry call. He was told that he will go to Europe with the ffiM|tae tachment of marines and very happy. To encourage recruftlng tlve captain Is prepared to predict that men who enlist now In bis branch of the service will be over in hhi rope within three months. The marine corps Is recruiting up to 30,000, That branch had about 16,000 veterans at the start of the war, so that In the first bunch that goes abroad, of them there will be about 20,ut>0. according to present plan.-, there will be about 10,000 vet erans and an equal number of new men. Information recalved by Capt. Morrison Is to the effect that these men will be the first to set foot in Europe, and he thinks they will he there about the time they are shoot ing off fire crackers on this side of the pond. REFUSES TO LET JURORS BEG OFF Men Must Serve Country In These Times. Declares U. S. Judge Tuttle Judge Tuttle In charging the fed eral grand Jury Monday afternoon r;-ologi*ed to several members who had asked for their release from tervlce bemuse of big business ven tures that demanded their atten tion He did not excuse any of the panrt for business reasons. "I have excused one or two," he said, “who were called home be cause of calamities such as the des perate illness of a loved one, but for no other reason will I excuse a ;uror. We have reached the time when men roust serve their country. Many are going away to war. offer ing even their lives and the happi ness of those they leave behind." When the Judge charged the rrand Jury It boasted Just 17 mem- Lfrs. one more than the legal num ber. Two of lheae were to he ex cused after 24 hours of service when oth«e "* ‘ * *»« bmughjf t. p, - -« district huoiuhv ni/uiii aubmll to lb*t Jury only such cotes as could be disposed of 'm n.f*d lately. Th in stipulation precluded the possibility of any of the important being taken up Monday even ing The case of Albert Kalt- M'hmidt. accused of conspiring to send a military evpedltlon Into Panada, as a result of this ruling would go over until Tuesday at tl e curliest and possibly until Wednes day. GREAT MOVEMENT OF GRAIN UNDER WAY ON LAKES ( HICAOO April 24 —With the ( < ntng of lake navigation tba ♦trst great grain movement of tbr year got under way. Pe fveen morning and midnight 4.5D0,- 000 bushels, mostly wheat, cleared. Other vessels sailing thniout the night and today carried heavy car goes of oats and corn. The first * xodus will take out of the Calnmct elevators appmilmately 10.000.000 bushels of wheat. *,000,000 of oats snd 8.000,000 corn. With this shlpm-nt gone, more than 24,000.000 bushels of grain will -till remain In local elevators. All will be moved eastward as fast as mips ran carry 1L Marriacre Licenses Henry Dombrow*kl. SB, Detroit; | Th«*re*a Wlstecka. ?B. same. John Danaeith. <l. Toledo; Ida Hardee,>w*kl. sf>. same t'wrl Schlpps. Detroit. Anna Srhults. SO. same Caleb p Ktimmori, AS. Detroit; Ruth t. M--I,* *»iitn. 24. Meaourl. ! Horae- Hat:*- in. 2*. r„w ry. Pa.; Aart—a Benedict earn* Clarence C. Uwr<>n<*. SB, Detroit. Myrtle O Howell, 17, same. Fred [/*'», 30, I*etroit; Viva P. (All. 14, same. Karl Mrhokrdef**!, Detroit; Pauline Klatt, 12, fame. Albert Wuestenbera. 21. Detroit; Lucy fCronlek, .13, same Fmery rtach-s, IS, Detroit; Fthel An* n, IS. -atm. tames eh- -tc*T ;j, Detroit Annte totals. is «erp». <4e«ir*e M Pratt. 25. Detroit: Ev» I gbrnmi. 25 .a-, v -•■.f «n v; „-j, Detroit; Mary j Fra'nMany, lit, same. '■ .*• HUJ), .It. Detroit. Mary I M i’ • dr*. -2. gut- ... « .»rl Glotsb .bar. I»etro|t: Lillie I Kenfroth. 2ft. pm’. John Kb*rln. SB, Detroit; Theresa Kloenhaner. 20, arn<- Edward (J'ander. 22. Detroit. Mabel | Chapman. 2ft, -aire. I’dward K. Hein, 22, Detroit, dusty Yi-deix-k. 21. xarre J<>* F Her, Detroit. Arnle B. i -u-hoeiier, 27, same. Jr*. P. Af ;<.'der ?4. D**roit;; \m- Vina M Fl at urso. 24. same I .Mxhaal Taos. 27. C'evelgnd; Ki'b erliia .ails. 21, Detroit. Frcdrf k F Powell. 2*. Ohio; I I Margaret Af, Chris-. I**. Tol-J„. Pu il LaitV nan, 21. |> trull, Kltsa '■ rt h J; in. Iv, sa me I Celesta Hattonl. 21, Detroit. Olga lamt>i|f. 17. same. I Pl.iip P Her*,,*,,, 22. Detroll I Shfplififrl. It, iuhn M WFj«»i'nb#nfr, 2% j ths Hack. 25 EddU Goldstein. 11. Detroit, Annie Sir*, 'tv 25, »nm*. \\ tiin Wfcir-ti. SI, Detroit. Wanda Cro*», 11. t'leveland V itrmiK tViiKgnnltn, 14. Detroit, VariuiK>>*h Tnrtarh n. 11. same tituon A. (loth. SI. Detroit. Mot *a<-e .1. Itlek-r. 31, Hit* HI n#v Bickford. 91. Detroit Lulu IJ«yd. ft. no m«. .tohit Prealekl. It. Detroit; Miehe- Itna t'aaplaraekl. SI. tame. .7 oh n ft Relay. t». Detroit; Edna Miller. 2). same. Berkley Psachalt. 25. Detroit: Mar tha Raymond. 2*. apnir. John Plat. 21. Detroit, folia Oog ■tabowakl. 19. same. John Whlttlngblll. 25 Detroit; Al vina Mwgen. 19. asm* Gomel! Za»-n 29. Detroit; Martha Henderson. 19, aamr. MVnfl* an 11. t■ »r '* Parker. 14. *ame. Neoma R Htephenaon. 19. Detroit; Theodore M Raha. 11. aame. .Arthur Marchand, 24. Detroit; Annie Carr lea. 11. aame. Oen. A. Chaw. 19. Detroit. Myrtle I. Roant. 29. aame Peter Malenrhak. 25. Detroit; Marie Zakena. SB, aame Edmund Trlava, IT. Detroit; Fannie Zlnrnarulle. J<*. aama. Mike Wakavrlc*. 11. Detroit; Annie Boyrak. 20, aame. Ruiim 11 W AI lea, 21. Detroit, Pearl R. Miller, It. same Alfred Blatt. 34, I>etrolt: Kather Kura.' 24. aame. Max Htrlewekl, 21. Detroit; Rose Rnrdt. 21, Waltx. aama. Louie Stein. 21. Detroit; Helen Wele*. 19, amt, Melvin Doney, 14. Detroit; Kath leen Fraaar. 20. aame Alfred Zlesaow. Detroit; Minnie MrOulre, aam*- Itarold W Hamilton. Detroit; Edna M Itatu oik. aame. Joe Ht|Miu. Detroit; Julia Karol, aame. John Quill. Detroit. Quennte Davis, earn* William II Johnson. Detroit; Min nie Olio, iirand Rapid*. Archie B Copk, Detroit; Gertrude Dtx, aame Paulo I jii v 140. Detroit; Vlnoenxa Bau. same. Carman Mrfj»rty. Jr.. Detroit; Ger trude Glaser, sains. Johp l|. Burton. Detroit: Grci'nin*n. same. William F. Howl, Detroit; Grace A ID-dmond, aame. Ml. haej Ml Ike, Detroit; Anna Brla ke. aame. Raphael L. Beaty, Detroit; Elisa beth Ryan, Jackson. William L* Claffey, Cincinnati. Viola Willson. Detroit. John Macklnnon. Detroit. Jean Robert 5.,.n. same. Edward M "hlisoh. Detroit. Zllda Stamand. same Bror A. Erickson. Detroit. Kather ine M .1 efsen, aame William C, B. Merritt. Pontiac. Irene Anderson, Detroit. William 11. Coleman. Detroit. Mar guerite Shanahan. Peru. Ind Otto 11. Rose. Detroit; Selma E Tuig-stka. Rogers. Mich. William C. Dressier, Detroit; Doro | thy W. Zrrndt, same Marry (tubin. Detroit. Rose Rogen brey. same. Kleiner Kallay Detroit. Irene Nich ols, same. Thomas Clhewlc*. Detroit; Mary Wardowska. same. Michael Luhtk l>etrolt; Rose Go belin, Highland Psik James A. Roach, Detroit; Harriet M. LetonturLr. same Walter H. fltrom. Detroit; Doro thy M. Bchull-r. Mill, Wis. William Rohcart. Detroit; Marga ret McDonald InPrairle. Man Hans Chrlstansen. Detroit; Ella Fondell. same. John P flpauldlng. I>etrolt; Alhe lene Fooreman. 22. same. Orlando M Hryce. 22. Detroit; Mar lon Mai Donald. 19. Port Huron. Duane M Loneby, 25, Detroit; Ca rolyns Doyle, 2*. same. Cheater F K towskt. 29. etroiW V!<na Hlkoraka. 25. Detroit. Stephen W Prepple. 41. Detroit: Nellie E Fraxler, 40, same Arthur L. Vleu. 21. Detroit; Rose Mar tell. 22. same. Edgar Pratt. 25, Detroit. Blanch Fortan, 10. safne Oecar Olajm, 19, Frieda A Pach. si. t.Hidoit; » Marlctt. It lime Mortuary BATIKS- AprU It. IM7’. at residence, 231 Twfntjr-flrM-it., Frank T. Rates. Funeral Tuesday from resi dence I ’|o a. m , Ht Vincent's church 9 a m. Burial at Sit. Bl liott hr auto*. HHow April Vi. 1917. Joseph. Hslov cd husband of Henrietta and dear fkOi«r of Hmrjr, Fred. Rom. Wal t• • and Thnmu Rro# M r»s Wil liam Laramie and Mrs Qrortf Heel. Funeral from th* homa. 1 Krupp st_ Tuesday at 1 p. m. CI.4HK— April 29 1917. In hla resi dence. 933 Wood ward-a va.. I/orenso K Clark, aged 94 yr*r«, huahand of Elisabeth S dark Funeral ser vices at house Tuesday at 3 30 p. m. KKWIK—April 21. Alice I*, beloved mother of Mrs J. C. Venning. Mra. J. W White, Scott W., Frank H and J. Clyde Erwin Funeral ser vlrra at the reeldence of her aon, (iflolt W. Erwin, 91# Maidatona ave . Vb.ndat at 3 p m. Interment at lewlckler, Pa . Tuesday. Pitts burgh papera pleaae copy. UHOM opnl 92. Effle l , 94b Tlenl teau-ave. aged 49 yeara, beloved wife of Herman J Oross. mother of Orville Gross and Margaret Jef fery. Funeral Wednesday. 2 p. m. Hli(( IMiy.lt -April 92. In fit Mary’s hospital, fiabastlan Klrchner. aged IS yeara. father of IJsale Pharlcs W , Oeorge H., Joseph D.. I-mils K.. Albert A . Edg*r E Klrchner. Mra Clara 1. Inmarsat. Funeral Wed nesday, 1:30 a. m, from Edgar E Klrchner’a residence. 910 BsTdwln ave.. and 9 o’clock at Rt. Cather ine’s church Burial private Please omit flowers. KNACK April 21, 1917. Mable Knack (nee lake), beloved wife of Henry C. Knack and daughter of Mra lit tle Runderland and slater of Arthur Lake. Funeral from residence io4l Bcotten-ave . Tueaday afternoon Rervlcea at 2 p. m. I.AM bon Marla Hulling. beloved wife of r»r B Howard favwn end mother of f.*harlei jr Ijaw«<»n and Mra. James L. I*ee and the late George K U*«nn. Notice of fu neral later MefffWTPN -April 2t 1917. 1n her par rn’a’ lioitu, 19 ftpr'ng at Fdlthe May. aired 21 vcnra. t«T'»v*d daugh ter of John and Lillian McKwen, dear sister of J< Nr lr and Mra KIP* P M«e*“ v »t*e*l Tuesday, 9 p ro.. from vs denee OinOftNF -Frederi !« J April 91. 1917. beloved a< n e * Mr ami Mra D I. Oab, rn M i- ' t*t tl,. r v.f Mra Toward Wttl*. Mr* c T brn K nnd M's K F 1' ■* * Tuner a I from re'cdance 51 ‘G.rnce-at Pnneral * -a o’c|.*ck Ti 4 v •AI Ml In ter r- : tee How or 3-rt . April 71 t"l7. T len. be love'* Wife of Joseph and dauir: ter of t„ r „. r .i ■; , y t P tjil. funeral Ti-ed»v fro ,'nrce at *l> acd ?!«•'* Trie tv , church at • o'cTbck bv '.sP lie > r jn n a*>d Chelara papers p!e**» FOR SPRTNG PI A NTT VG VF P :ahm: a.vi pvt.r iekob, t.\Wr •' ’ ’VI I*!-’RTILIZKR, ON, »N ‘ FT9 A'*r> POTA TOES i/>jirman si*ed ro. RANDOLPH T an 4 OT’ATIOT-AV* iii i.p n mt.’ii—miK WANTED - men to Itiu n e!ctriml work. Salary per iiiOTith while learning. Box No. A-‘.*l. Detroit Tinieß. 915 a *' »k 17a* M.< hlfin-ata Printing .he plain neat klmi— tfcst »• rte A* rinte. »«b Dea«—Mala MM ■ Kl.9* >M9Tll*_ln; a “boys with bicycles AS MESSENGERS SALARY, $45 TO $65 PER MONTH AT PIECEWORK CLEAN, HEALTHFUL, OUTDOOR WORK Develops and Improves weak aad delicate boye. let the hoy have air and aunehtne while growing Teleg raphy taught free; vacation with WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. CELLO. Violin, Mandolin, Gui tar, Banjo. How to play. Prof. Pryor’s Studio, 770 Beaubien. Ridge 1506-M. w vNTFD Five men to travel; some thing new; easv seller; expenses advanced. Call 132 Grand Rlrer ave. w. J. M'-Keown. SALESMAN for butter wagon, must be familiar with city's routes. I*s to start, good references required. '795 Gas hl<lg INVOICE CLERK thoroughly fami liar with Invoice work. 176 to etart. 70S Gs* hldg. StI'MiKIRAPHrU. experienced In »nfg work. »76 to fllOft 706 Gas bldg. WAREHOUSF. LABOR National Grocer C" Turned and Cass. W ANTED An evper|anr-«d cigar man Aj>p!\ manager L|»#lt », 20* \9 ondward-ave P!«mcA<rin*tt 919 s week. 1797 Ml<'htean-a> c. bki.p u \ vnep—rcgti.l TO YOUNG WOOTEN SEEKING EMPI/OYMENT Do you want to work when* conditions are pleasant and salaries good? You will And a flne 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 show ability. Vacations witty pay- Pay ments while ill and life insur ance at stated period of ser vice. Many otner desirable features. Apply Operators’ Training School, Madison-ave. and John R.-st., between 9 a. m. and sp. m. Michigan State Telephone Cos. MAID—RIx day* each weak. from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.. family of two adults. Call at No. 220 Cnllfornla-av*., Highland Bark, between 1 and 2 p. m. or In the availing BTKNOGRATHKR. rOuet ha capable. » bear * >v> neat apd, t>p and -uijiH"ii* operator* general offli* help 705 Gaa bug ■■■ - ■■■ TO RXVT—WOPIgt A.A.A.A. A. A.A.A. Hannan Rental Agcnry A fra* Bat rt Nnwm and data Call In paraon at th» oldcat and largaat real eatata **<hang* In Michigan l Mcqn.\w mttLptno TO HIC.tfT—HOOHI. HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor. Larnrd and Bataa-ata Make roar bom* for the winter at the Hotel Franklin Special weakly rata# from 94 to 119 WANTED g A HM9 SMALL FARMS WANTED t t* 10 or >6 acre* within 40 mllaa of Detroit, with or without atock and Implements. fiend full particu lar a. ROSS IaAND CO. Michigan's Greataat Farm Agency, 1092 Pennhacot bldg Prone 1 "an 6111. WAXTIDToai't— g|«f gI.U»SOt I CASH for old faiae teeth, gold crowna broken Jewelry. dtamonda. wetchan etc., full value paid Liberty Rfg Cos.. 97 Wooded. 4G» loo* elevator It 44TW)—MONEY WANTED Mf‘NltT. We have 100 lots In Wayne. M'ch . In Vlllskc Limits, all large lots We want to get a loan off. .1 00 on each. These lota nre worth fr< m 1300 to 11.000 each Will give first mortgage and allow bonus If we can get loan at once,.- Address bo* B n 41. Time* ■ ■ 1 ■ im ag—■ j - aril, min* oproitTHimw MAKE SI,OOO • Get Your Ix>t Now in the GREEN SUBDIVISION • TOG Down nnd 1G Monthly f nnryKTT LIFB T WRIDF f>r THE CITT 1.1M1T4 BETWEEN Ft'HD milir.vtv ANO (iRANb HIVER AVP!. 904 CH tMRKR or COMM “'Tlf'ir OR 9112 OR AND RnTR-tVV CAIJ, CHERRY 1471 n|> ‘"At T 994. roil sail —ill aiu.o pMoI’KRTV WOULD 15 PER (TAT NET INTEREST YOU? Especially so |f building waa new solid brick stores with data above, separate steam plncte ft will handle ln-'< -nc it >icder leaae DYE BROS. r*hnn« Cherry Mil (t 1S F.'rd TIMg C4iK «4I.K—MKMIIKM'K PROPKMTY 211VANCOI RT AVI O m E\ I>AILV. to Sn. rr Vow modem 9-family flat. 4 rooms and hath ea. ii Pe.,ta at 970 a morch Price IC.KOA 11,90# d"\vn ar t |'*s moidhly. Phone Walnut .1939 or 4 711 Pll* Ml.Ke-i 4( (IT t OTB • 7 !NAVAHOE A\T • V ar Freud *f ft I.f Ml Imprnare. • tiients In r t *iulek sale. II 400 • F’AI KRSON BROS. & CO. • 14V <iriawold*at. Main 213. $25 1 ’ EQUITY In lit 9)*L’ • fr»t. r ar C«d Rlver «i a. IS mlr ttee f.-oiti limits, c.in be a-.M In J. » 4 I.fiiul lots Two ahatr«cts. Price |4t."'. or |3*ll p*r |i>t. Owner. 1> •* A. Vo. 91, Tlmca Wt»>iWAßl>-AVf!.. »»«l side 9- Mtle-rd, 94*100, >l3 per foot. Pr«.p ■—e"rty wiling near bv for |fi'* and |so per foot Small eu , •»v Term a fteaaon go<ng to join arm) Ro* A-41 Times PAGE 7 HILL pay cash for vacant lots, houses, Aata. stoPML l eal aqaUte tracts bought; quick and •«$• idfactory deals. EBERt, 809 Majestic BU^ »a t. at—-a ask ' j '3B 'i** rAH * < * IMI beautiful cmtme try hon. 9 % Dillaa eaat af WaSk ii'gton. Macomb county, all M«r vuTtivatlaa lota of fruit, good black loaiii, leva! land with 7-room kousa, hip-roof bam S»x(9 plenty fTouU buildtuga, line flowing apntjg df '•’ater. 4 Jeraey milk *owa. 1 yn«r baifat. t am of young hdOafla. k 59 laying hen* and all farm tools of every kind and deecrlvGott for only 54.599 My equity Ii |mX the mortgage or VI W 0 drawn #9O Per oanL Will exi haage my mh| for a good groaary, confer* 'onery atore or r«sh. 40 ACHKH Smile from D. 11. R. «SF atop and Goodlaon, u *<l i room houae. bran new bae -ment bam. i good now bam and abundance of outbuilding* land Ilea romat but all good productive a>i|. wits lots -1 of fruit. Ti.l* la certainly aoaab bargain at 94.759; 11.609 flomßf'; can atand. flea Mr. Cattroil or RObpOW. EYSTER, The Farm Mtt 507 Majestic Bldg. FARM PV)H SALE AT A BARGAIN— -199 acrea. tlO acre* in cultivation, «ol| aand. gravel and clay, lO.aad f-et of good timber, running water through land. go,»d paature, goad rrrhnrd. fair bufldiaga 4S aad 6S i m market town • t,«00. I Caaa CHy, Mick. 1 AND 2-ACRE "FARMS - * on eaat aide, within 7 mile* of Da* troll’* city kgU. PATERSON BROS. A CO. 1«» Grlawold-at- Main tfld. buyer* aend for “fipwi Fans Btilletln.' It * free Many Inriuaa W. c. piper. Holden bldg. Detroit. P-OH lALB-MUkKUAyfIOVI 1177 HI YH KNABE PIANO, Worid famed make, regular prion |6MK flne dull flnlah roatwoed; very at tractive atyla; aweat tone. Knar payment* to suit GKINNSLD BHOfl. 246 Woodward. TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAK9M WHTF AND UfIKD, |an to Ito. Easy term a Renting *1 59 up. Call No. 7 Cam pus. next Det. op. houae. Cad. 9991. QUINT*ELL BROS, (own make) plana only tan*, regular price |421; rich mahogany, splendid condition used short time In pur rental depart ment. rare, sweet ton*. Pasv term* GRINNKU, BROS. M W end ward. 61W FT. HOT WATER RADI. alto U rt. of I >4 -inch black pipe, fl ft of 3-Inch black pipe. 19 ft. of fl inch black plpa. all ne%. nevar been used. Call Grand 18« t. TENOR Banjo rheao. one HMnch be.i Rogers head , nlrda-ey* shall; nk kel-plated top band; aoSk AM new T*aed hut Tlttl* and 112 takea It this weak ORINNEIX BROS.* Branch. 67 # Monrog SODA FOCNTATTW oaw and imaflt steam tables, store furniture, car* faa am* Rear terms. Oeo.llarsk Cos., t# Eaat Atwatar-at- Male 4t|| ROOMS—Furniture to* rooms oom piste fll week Sumner Mbk 9 ilk STORAGE furniture, nearly new Inf gain nrl»e Vumn*r Cos Mich m MIL ItOflAOfl AJ»B OASTASB CENTRAL STORAGE CO, m*Tlnfc, packing, flreproaf; rates right Mo or vans for suburban moving, Nion* Gudilina 99 k ACME Stop* m me mmota wursteew -‘oeege '• k H» 41 O -rt a. . *»»Bl iftv Qu- .Adtllme to. t rwmaoßAA "'S.'SSr'i.isiS, !37,«.fllLjLa f.c'Vte'tSktl Fort-at. w %a.lvatlo» Army. M)*T AND rot MD lyAftT—Larfa black purse eontalnl»f wriat watch and con alder aßla money reward North 3499-9 y WILL PKRRON sean picking up 144 fa fiuraa containing watch, money'gjad etters addressed to Margarat .Hil ler. 107 Bethune eAst. pleaae return to above artdrese? No qaeetlMM asked MONEY tO LOAM MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT IvOTS Liberal loans on real estate Second mortgage realty loan a. Will buy equltlea la vaoaat lota and improved property. EBERT, 309 Majestic BJdg. LAND CONTRACTS bought Quick and satisfactory deals. EBERT, 809 Majestic Bldg. CONVTRrc-nON I/lANS—LI ba r amounts J F. Weber 144 QrattoL WE BUT LAND CONTRACTS Detroit Land Contract Cos. til 111 Hammond Bldg Cad. lilt, rPHOI.BTRIUNa We * J r , ui. ~n>. ■ (T\ 5 - Pie. e Parlor Hutr In'S | ra l-P Parlor 'tulte in tap-'v I m eatry r leather Frame* / polished like naw and Li new spring if necessary .. fourh rsup! .farad In d*C AA tap* tM r !*atbcr W.w Jtavenport r-upholat. red <TQ (Vi «P7.W I’borie writ* of c*|| and our rep rerentative * il call with full llna of samples. W"*k guaranised. Reliable Upholstering Cos. 14 Jeffers..n Ave Phone Cad. 144* niMlOtl 4I.KANINB EXPERT WINDCnV “ CLEANING CO. OENEnAL JANITOR WORK. Offl. e, 113 Farmer-at. Floors srd window* properly cleaned and wark a lolutely guaranteeK Our patrons in hide u*neral Motor* f), Is Unrd Motor C-*. Michtgaa Drug Cc Detroit Tims*. Old* Motaf iVcik wi»rnh» m->'toep#l A Cos, O S Pad ates «’ rp. Northern Mater Cf 9 m P. H»rhright A Cos, Tfav der ns A Cos. irurtfd Coaarelg but I'ling and many otbera Pfism rr r 7 1 1 foe trial. 1.14H1. MOTintt NOTICE Is hereby given that on tbs 7 th da< of .* «S4. tilS I Will ap p ar m probata convt ar> i petirvm •be , ...irl to rhaMg* by S4W4 tB .) p « buti*. J. P Moat MS -r idan-av#.