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WEDNESDAY, fi A 1 5 . 1917.
WOMtH Os NATION CAN WIN WAN rut Waste, Keep \rmies At Front, l rtfcs Hoover RICH SHOULD EAT ONLY LUXURIES Food of Poor Would Thus Be Conserved, Says Expert NEW YORK. May 2. -American women ran maintain the allied armies on the firing line by elim inating waste in the horn**, in- the opinion of Herbert Hoover, who t* to be American food controller. In a copyrighted article in Today's Housewife “If we ar»- to pull our allies thru with sufficient foodstuffs to main tain their m**n at the front and their women and children at home v\ o have simply got to reduce was'e and consumption of foodstuffs to /■“N Your Duty to Your Country One ~f the most Im portant duties you owe tn your nuntry te to • void waste and use your money to the belt ad van taa *. Thne is no better way In which you cart keep your money em ployed than h.v Invest ing H In the 5% Kirst Mr t*lt* al Estate Bonds which are s<.l l tv this company. These bond* can he toukht in denomina tions us l.'jh 00 and up wards or fin niir I’sr tial I'i.ment plan, tie pin nln r with as low as L.J loan uni (Trust (to. Ctas A DETROIT f CONSTRUCTION LOANS We loan money to build or improve homesteads. Money disbursed as building progresses. We pay SG? on Savings Accounts. Resources Over 13,300,000.00 INCORPORATED 1889. JThe TVational SJoan & 4(nurgtmewt flloinpann 120 Farwell Bldg., IVtrolt W anted—Garage To Accommodate 15 Machines Must be centrally located, near downtown, preferably on west'side of W oodw ard. W ill lease for term of years or month-to-month. Wanted at once. Telephone Grand 5600 .■.' l iiiiii/N!iiiii..iiu:.iimm.niii.iinMnii.iiiiuuiiiii,iiuiunmiMiniiiu Free Safe Deposit Service We will store Ttt of charff in mour fire and burglar proof vaults C 1 miDITVI important papers or other vYu and Wayne County leaving for TOIICT service with the United States ■ IVw * Army, flu* United States Navy p A American Red Cross. _ Noohlt»stion of any kind Is involve DETROIT . i _ ___ \A c wdi t ii* v ttimtsh df tai «*d ml or rorr &-griswoid3Ts. m#nui< ofl |im , \ CAPTTALB-SUI»RtUS thr miniruuui up<m which wo can maintain Rood health," Hoover mmitut. “Thin can bo done if we have tlie* milted good .will and di vot ion of the American women They control directly STc p»*r cent of the total food, being That part consumed in the home and they in directly control a large part of the food conaumed In public places." Hoover advises the weulth.) to eat luxuries exclusively and thus conserve tho staples for exporta tion. “From the point of view sis our nllifi- .ind rntr owp poor n the <• times of hiali prices,' h«* said, “the ideal meat of t.lie well-to-do would lie terrapin, turk* v and tenderloin ” 1 rainy every housewife to atudv actentlflc food values, Hoover sun jested that Americans so far as possible eat Mali, fruit, potatoes, vegetables, poultry atul dairy prod ucts, which cannot be exported, and save the exportable gialns and staples such as sugar, lard and cured meats. “Each housewife outside the cities,” Hoover declared, "should use even spare hour of each mem ber of her household to enlarge her garden or plant one where none existed before or to install chick ens or rabbits and every houhehold that adds a pig to the entourage to eat the slops is saving waste ” Hoover sees black prospects un less every precaution Is taken irn mediately. FARMERS EXCUSED FROM JURY Jiidjje Hally Also Ex empts Munitions Workers All farmers from th« Wayne coun tv townships called for the May ,»nd .June venire were excused from jun service by Judge Hally Tues day morning for patriotic reasons. About SO farmers were exempted, the court holding their services were more needed in producing food than in the courts A number of men employed m the manufac ture of munitions were also ex cused. Because mam other men oocu pied with business In the city told the Judge th-i* they would he un able to serve if their entire day was taken up. It was decided to change the court hours and adjourn p* i o'clock Beginning Wednesday tlie hours will be from 0 till 1 o’clock The exemption of many men for firm work who ordinarily would h ive served left a panel of only RO Jurors For this reason the circuit judges convened in chamber when Judge Hally had completed his ex amination and decided at once on the new hours, which usually are not put Into effect till mid-summer. It will be necessary to draw 100 vtra names Detroit Women to Learn How To Cook for Soldiers; Classes Will Begin Here Wednesday Mr*. Frrdnrb k M Algrr wan th** first to ii*Kiat« r in tin- ( lass for army rations, emcrucnry and canturn t-nuklng wMrh th< t***it'Ol I ifngU' l for \Vom* n >' .Service w 111 establish In cooperation with the Detroit Y W. P, A The class will lu gin Wed nesday morn I or, in the Y W C A. doraetjftlc sclen<e department, and will be held every Wednesday and iVidnv morning for four weeks, from ft ■in to 11:30 o’clock. Th** instruc tion includes dietary bairfhct of food, ♦'••reals, oup“ooktng meat for sandwiches, speed and efllcdeticy ip sandw ( h making. quick and yeast breads, Illustrated talk on trench baking, dessert a and speed service with review of Ihe whole course Special classes will be organized lat**r for soup making, sandwich DRY 0. S. IS DEMANDED BY KRESGE It Will Strengthen the Nation In Crisis, Says Detroiter 8. 8 Kresge, Detroit businaa* man and philanthropist, and one of the prime niov**rs ot 'he campaign which made Michigan dry declared to Th* Tin * 'I .* 1. y. that I•* -trong’y in favor of national /pro hibition ' "I strottglt favoi complete na tional .prohibition,” he said “I n«*- liev* wt at* facing a serious test of our national character and efficiency end am firmly convinced that a na tional prohibition measure would b* <f transcendent Importance In us *n» ct upon the national spirit in «onservlng of t lie nation. The man power released front the liquor In dustries could b* directed Into other productive channels where the ne*-d tot labor will be acute and thus be readily absorbed." Mr. Kresge con tinued The n*-** I- >f th** agricultural and ln«lu o.i le 1 situation will tnnkc thin m |»«<« uliarly . ii><>rtin« tlm* to p.ut ttiru it i'ntU<ii:il t> r ohi I* it out law with minimum **h k t*» our imnomir ma chlnerv (lurtpK tin* readjust in* nt. Tt,e !. new nCeresia In lv« 1 ihottM ba fmrl\ 'ball with. but m«n\ ■■! the plants can l>- readily converted to important industrial tuot The . plea that th.* ipvt'rnnen' revenue will hr m. r i*l> curtailed «h.'Ulit n**t lrtnn ••nee action, fm j»r * * Dll* i ti«*n will tn rlll. c i national efficient > whtel will tftn new and far richer sources of revenue. 1 b**lirve puMP* ('[bn! n. parfiru larjy in t.hc w« at. but nHahtiv . t.tri pi**heud th** s< r ■ isn* -s > f th« t**“t that this war will put us (•* Nation al L” C'hll ' u w • il l .7 n it h to wake up the peep!., t * rt • ■ aII *rttion if what war mnir r and (Utnaiots National pr«»hi itl *n *v tii-l nmr mou*l> reduc* di*e'H»* (rt arim and navy »» well a a thruiiit t’ •• land it would olivlotlsly *;tv» fund usnU In tbs manufacture • f ltqu r amt pro mot.* national productive efficiency more than a dozen the m>-a**ures wh ch m>ght he devlaed. I <an c* n ceivr .if nc tour.' important and far* rr-n*h ina stsj, toward imtionsl d.»- f*'n-*r The |rt position lias my un qualified M>t r • t ~n* If when .trik *- e. *i■ and *. ami .! ■> .t «t cr* ju«vn!l the liquor Inter. Ms rtVJJ>t elutt down in such commtin : tles why n t shut «lown olt ttm M*|Ut>r business durlne ’w. i r ' If In the end we got no t ther good fritru the war than prohibition we wouid still l>e winners he. Ml*. of it 1 belief,, it should b< vKunplete and It ipn "niy h" complete by being national * COUNCIL ORDERS SALOON CLOSED fius VnnHeck, Gratiot-ave. ;urul Connor* Creek, Failed to Obtain ( ity License The city council Tuesday night will have its flist opportunity to lost out Us <it> saionn ordinance, recently adopted, which requires that even- liquor dealer take out a city license tius Van Heck, who has tun n sa- Joon at Gratint-aW* and Connors creek, will h# called in to h< v. muse why he should pot be denied a license. An order w»nt to the po lice department Tuesday morning to .'lose the saloon. Prior to township heconi ing s part of the r!t> of Detroit on April 2. Van Heck a liquor license from the township. He n**g; lectcd to apply for a city lit *»n»*» t’Dho notified to do so. and his natm was not among those recommended to the council Monday night. The iiqtior commit tee holds 'hat Inas much as his saloon Is now In the city he should b»* refu-od , ||ct*nse because of failure to comply with the ordinance. Complaint < to the liquor commit tee that the fnlted l.iqu *r company Jeflerson nve., had soi 1 MqUor in vio lation of its liquor warehouse li c**nse resulted In th" committee de nying the company’ application for a wholesale license, Monilic. mghf SAY THEY SLEW MRS. VEICE DUNN ST PAUI Mnn . Miv 2 Deter tj\es reMirn**'! her.- Monday witli two m*-n w ho. the police say, c> nfesK**d they were paid st',.n<M> to kill Mrs AOire Dunn. *lai| n- 1 “he slept In her patent*’ h.,m, it,’,is* rh'ifdax The men. arrest, and in Mont-ina. charge, a. fording to police. Ktenk f>unn Mrs Dunn’*- husband, hired them to *la> his wile, from whom he was separated Dunn has been h"ld in Jail since the night of 'he slaving, without charge making and speed and <*tft< iency in til** preparation of both, for <*l r 1 rtcouts and Girl Plonwrs of Amer ica. Itcginnlng Monday there will be iii.fin d.iy talks on various tbp tc* of luipcrtancc, the talks to he free to the public The week's course w dl include Monday, ■•. Motoring" A. O Tlllinghast; Tues* I>(v, "Wirwlesa,” Frederick Forbes; W»*.lnesday, "Woman's service," Mrs A. 11. Walsh; Thursday, Agri culture." -speaker yet to be an nounced; Friday, "Utvoperatlve or ganizations." Miss Ulttire Sanders, Saturday, "Industrial," Mins Mar> Stephenson Tli* .sc talks will begin promptly pt 12 o’clock and continue 30 min Utes. WAR DEPLETES U. OF M.FRATS Mon of Campus Brotherhoods* Are Knlistinn Wholesale RY JAM LB PCHERMERHOR .V, JR. ANN ARBOR, Mich , May 2. Michigan’s fraternities and house dubs, w ! th 43f> men enlisted or plan ning on leaving this we»*k for nom branch of the government service, •re responding well to the nation 1 * .tppeal for men These students are * nlisted in addition to those who will be called by th*’ selective draft bill which has Just been approved by congress. Ihe training camp for Michigan sUf-n at Fort Bheridan, 111., is claim :nk 'h*' niajorl'v of these who, rv* leaving school, altho th* Naval Re orve companies organized on ‘.lie Michigan campus hsve many men l who are members of fraternities and house clubs. The ambulance corps, mosquito flier, and aviation corps are receiving many of those who are enlisting, while those who are too young to b»* called by coiv riptfon are planning to work j. on farms, and are leaving now for that work The university Is giving full ere lit to any who enter any branch of the tovernment service at this time, provided their work is satisfactory up to the time that they leave the criversity. Those who are gong to work on farms must show a .igned statement sworn to before a notary public thit they have worked up to the first of July before th. ir ( redtf will be given Many profes sors are promising higher grades tor thore who leave to enter the ser vice in any branch Fraternities with two exception' ,te calling off the house parties and dances which they have scheduled tot this time of the year. This hi tien is being taken that the non might be able to give their until ’ ided attention to matters of more Importance. The situation on the Michigan cimptrk Is now approaching what it ha.- come to be on the campuses of other universities where enlistments have cut Into the enrollment In M*vernl colleg.-s, fraternities have bmded together to run their bogid ttig table, since they have found it impossible to meet expenses with the chapter cut down by so many men. Several fraternities at Mich igan are contemplating taking such a step and the end of the we. l. which will find many of the m* n rone, will probably result in some such action The list of fraternities and hotter ciubs on the Michigan campus with ti e number of men who are leaving f.-ntn each one follows: Acacia. T. Phi Knppa Phl, ?U Alpha Tvita Fhl, 'S Alpha Uho Uhl. f>; Alpha Sigma ritl, A. Alpha Tati Omego. R, Phi Kappa Sigma, 10; Beta Theta Pi, 20. Uhl SI. 10. Sigma Nu. 12, IV]m Chi. 14; iw»|ta Kappa Rpsllon, 19: Delta Tau I»efta. 12; Delta Theta Uhl. 7; TVlta Upsilon, 12. Oatnrra Fta Gamma, 10; Kappa Beta Psi. 9; Sigma Phi. 14. Kappa Sigma. R: lambda Uhl Alpha, 1; Nu Sigma Nil, 3. PM Alpha Delta. 15; PM < hi. I Phi Delta Phi, 10; Phi D.'jta The'a. 12. Phi Gamma Delta. Phi Sicma Kappa, 9. Pi T'psilon Rho, t. ; Psi Upsilon, 15. S'gma Alpha Up eilon »?; Slnfonia, 7, Theta Deit i t hi. 13; Theta Xi. 3. Akhenaton. Fremites, 12; Hermitage, 12; Knick* * rbocker. 5; Monks, 16; Phoenix. 3; Pylon. 0. Trigon. R. PLOT SEEN IN RAGE TRACK FIRE Pimlico Hlarc Thi/d of Its Kind Within &hort Period BALTIMORE, Md„ May 2 A widespread and carefully planner! firebug plot against racetracks Is believed to a.- Hie result >f thtce mysterious fires, the last of which destroyed 34 stables at Pitn hen track here and killed 14 horse*, today Following the second Are within a month which horned stables and horses at Belmont track near New ?V*k. flame , w. r*- discovered «■ f several points her* Fourteen of 'h* burned \tan'. were occupied hi tl,«* por*es of Ik S Tyree of \\ • ington. It b> tlw S'g< “Mine and font by Wiil ai > Roberts , The tra< ks opening w B \f*Of be postponed. DETROIT TIMES C. E. BIRD & CO. Funeral Directors West Hancock Ave. Phone Or and Jibs Detroit. M'rti. FOB SPRING PLANTING. V! AVI I fli * 'lt KUKDt. I,\\\ N" If x ' ' i GRTtLtZKK. ONI*»:j -ti; - ' s aNl> -ski:' *4 POTA TO HRMAN SEFI) CO. RANiwtJ.i l! •-;T and ORATIOT-AVTi HLl.t' UAX TKU—XI sir A UTOMOBILK M ECU AN ICS ATTENTION We are in need of a number of A-l mechanics immediately. Come ready to work. L. .), Robinson, Woodward at Ed mund. WANTED \ oung men to learn electrical work. Salary $65 per month while learning. Box No. A-91, Detroit Times. AA.;. POUND MA' TllN'lf*T, •Dctrloal rs(»air motors. m!»«> on** elactrioal inotnr "tiginssr sh Issrnan. ftrst rlsss mar, desired. M Msi’ornb-nl, WANTKD- Brig tit t»oy t<* work In ten HmJ C"fle« store. Apply 939 Itusssil-st ' TFD MSTT:H>’ wsntvd, must he nr qunluted iv,th th«* city. Aprb Wol verine Maitofacturlng Cos., Twelfth end Stanley-ave (' VSHIKII, itock tracer. st'-,ck record r I e i k, tlm* jv‘-rper, payroll and coat v. ■ 1 -nlarv •■. r*.<t |*4 i«an*-nt position; 70f, Old <»as Bldg. hIiAH-M\\ Who Is dll X 1 arclittect f,r Jarg* steel mfg. concern in the city It" s.'o per woeu. Detr«»lt tr—»* I an,. Ices <'o . T'.'.'t Empire Bldg. BTK,N( m ;Ra PH ER who ran ap. sk Spanish. ThJ* Is n good opening. S10t» to start' 706 Empire Mld^ EX PI Rlt;N'*ED Ixio'k keeper to handle credits in Him exchange Tall be t '.%,*, n 2 und t p m. Unlveraa! Film Cos I*l West F' rt -at ELEVATOR MAN j National Groe.r ('■<.. Earned «n,l Crss IIKI.I* M VMI I»—I KVItI.R AN OPPORTUNITY Good pay. Fine place to work. Conditions are healthful anti pleasing. Telephone oper ating is a splendid profession for young women. . First “raise” comes at end of three months. Others follow few months apart. Steady work and quick advancement. Investigate this! Call at Op erators' Training School, Mad ison avenue and John R. street, between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.. •MICHIGAN STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY WANTI > TOUNNI OIRL who would tike h good hoin* «n>l would t>. willing to do the llahtsst VUnd of lii ijs* work in return. n****d • t no* • ut iv tic an cxj*srlsn«o»d h-■«;■“. k* •r« r t’lll Mr. Smith sf Nf.xrk* t * • 2, >u aft«*r 9 p. m. Wal nut l* f .1 E.xt’V «t< it iKi*r ■: pi:rt ,0.. r grHphs., clerical, flttni.. switchboard, typist, gcn.urtl .*. toiler, cirl f"t doc (ni « offli c Indv cxt'cricnccrt policy writ**! ftto to $R', per month. 703 Empire IVl.t* ONI' V(>f\v: i.AI'V 'tlth high school cdt' «• ii f r ffl o work No *t pct'Cii, , 1 , red, t ut must hr nest and c> od fu iiman OU’li \V x.VT!" if - doctor’s offles; must tic u s'* nogrnpticr *’sll WtMhh- * tutu HMAI.L FARMS WANTKD 2 t 10 or ?5 nercs within 40 miles of Detroit, with or without stock snd Jt iplem* tits S. nd full partlcu- Isrs. ROSS LAND CO. Mlch'iran s *?r<---it"*«t Agency, 1002 Pen* 'i«(*o» hl*g I *onst'sd 6XII, WAXTBti TO 111 t —Mis* R1.1.A > Kot’l CASH for old faiss teeth go.d crowns broken Jewelry (llrnnnnlit, watches et.-., full !iiii* paid Liberty Kfg Cos. 97 W oodwd *th flooe elevator. UP to $lO ( ssh pnld for vour old suits. < •♦«.! t < ’..d I*ol i tin Thlid st TO Kk> I—HOI khA A. A. A. A. A A- A. A. Hannan Rental Agency A free list of ! oui** and flats. Call In person at th.« oldest nnd largest real estate "o han»<* in Michigan 1 McOBAW OUIEDTVG x— . - .Ljc. —;—... TO HKXT—HOOMk. HOTEL "FRANKLIN Cor. Earned snd Rntes-sta. Moke ynnr home for the winter at tbs Hotel Franklin Special weekly rates from )4 to $lO DOMFOIIT\rr.E frflrt bedroom for two. f? per week each. I*> minutes* wulk from Ford’s Address 2972 Hernian-s ve„ ii.«r T,she|le. lit SlM. as o|*|*o Hit MTIKA A UF.NTRVIi rooming house. 9 clean rooms, big income, 1460 Cherrv 41H2-M HD U. ClrtTh *»»T4tttTl >IT lIC9 MAKE ?1,000 Get Your Ix>t Now in (he GREEN SUBDIVISION , TOG Down nml I r A Monthly f RODE RT Y LTT7M ’V«t||>r OF THE CTTV r.TM !T-t BETWEEN FORD I fTMIUVU and grand RIVER. Air, TNQi .ttl*: 204 UH XMREtt OF COM MERGE OR 2112 GRAND RTVFR tvr ' v IT. CHERRY 147* nt- u v r t«4 KOH 4A1.K~-HRkll4k3t K t’HItI’ICRTT AN IDEAL HOME on ot’n.r .north end mtrekt Large i.ivivg r<k*mh with OPEN UIREPE • fZ COMFORT \Rl.r. r*»Ri H • tPi'NINO OFF l• IN INO H'h Os COMPT t*TELI R.JDir F. D inn HI N |V -I DING tfuNK SND BUILT IN t* P'X THREE nrPKi " >M.* AN :!T tt STD I.N .-tF'N'Vf. rt(*(»R ESRGK <’L(»*( ETH. (T,nTHi> PHUTK, SU NKEN B STH run, ' !,<*!>:, PEC'JS. *t’ r E\M IM*' XT’ TITU: tl’l'fi EV \x \*t AVI* '-’lf! THE f’RJCU ! H f no IM'S-’oN’- DETROIT REALTY SERVICE 1. rut 11 •, U u* w . i .v . t'S t U j and reU», Petwce. ttsldw n and Van I*- I.- « (*'•*•' <1- ”■ t Id’n Huhhatd r: Ik: ’■ 4 2 * on H4i.ii.—iu.miikm ic num un ( HOICE INVESTMENTS 8-APT. Nl Alt fmiul, Unlit .' .I’d brick, ■team heat. Z r<*oma. bath, l Kiicliiitd front por. h««. I • .tin room | 14x17, iiilliuKtilt .inich high ov»n i iihi range* ii'fn«iiitl(..: 1 fi lot 4 rolid brick -garin,. r**nt I »uij yir, t>n< •* I.tS.OOy #' ■» down 6-APT. NEAR TTOoDW AKI> Brick. •♦*a.o heat, •'< room- and hath, ga» »r«n* front uiid ha 'k |. iivlie*. Jun irir apirtmtnt*. 60-ft h i.. f. ga ’**■*•* rent I' ’■ 52 or; -e s7!t*.o• <■ ( r.rtlCE 1 FLAT North Woodward brick. *> room* ’nth and j ins |>•»i • ■*■ l»re living room, brick fireplace*. tvc* ini'll g*** rang-*, hen tlful flutm*** and deeoratlnna. »«pirat» fuma**'-* *< r*- + ns, 1 aid** d r lve • ft lot rant 17.1*0 your. prioe s’■ - §+< m r lnhunk I’ARKRfI. Sk’IH’NK A- FRY. Main 5# MV Tbit Mnje*tlc bldg BEAUIIFUL HOUSE EAST SIDE Fight room* porch, d«n or h'-dmom on flrat floor; fireplace French door*. ffi.ono huya It w<.»rth f7,000. Call u* for appoint- WILL ST. JOHN & CO. Jl7 Far well Hldir Cherry $4lO 4-FLAT Ea»t md** rt'tir Kerrheval and <~*ad tllae-ave* , b-ick colonial front, flve room* and tiled hath each, high oven jra.« ranges. aa* plat**-*, *epa rnto furnaci t it on# porch. ft lot rent fi.Jt"') vest price $1?,60n. one-half caah. Parker, Schunk & Fry Mo In StVt". 703 Majestic bldg. 200 LONGFELLOW VER V ATTIIACTIVE H< 'ME Eight roomtt, hath, sleeping port'h, side. dilva; a two-car Karat'** near Vo Ig t Park And a real bargain, fan he *cen h> appointment «.rt Iv. WILL ST. JOHN & CO. 317 Farwall Bldg. Cherry 846d. MISTAKE HERE IMPOSSIBLE We ran deliver 10*> acre# at Wayne on ear line, walking distance of Harroun factory, at $37 r > p*-r acre: good tormi If vnu want a subdi vision, to ee» thin lr to buy-. DYE BROS. t'herry 6141 616 Ford Bldg Vitll 541.9--V AiJA.Vr UITI WALTER C. PIPER HAS LITTLE FARMS OUT GRATIOT AT HOSEVIDDR. OUT WCh'iDWAHD IN KOTAh OAK OUT W JEFFERSON IN FORD CITY PRICES $475 UP 1,4. l-s, i, and fuel acres TERMS EASY Permission given to cultivate or build when flrat payment t* made Ce ment aid-walk - In-lud. i| in price of arm*' of or farms; alAo prided eireet and shade tr*eH. All have irir.fi drainage Out. Royal—Oak Farm* ar*- only 5c fare from Ford dtatrlct 17 mlnutee' ride Mail In Blip and we will rend you map showing location of nil of our farma. Office op-n Saturday night. Name Address WALTER C. PIPER 100 Holden Bidet. Cad 1*« GARDEN LAND, $6 PER FT. Will aell 1. 2or 3 hundred ft Near Royal Oak, Rood garden anil, high land. A fine place to live, too We plow and harr >w 100 ft for $4. Ce ment sidewalk* In. good drainage, land ha* raised c. rn clover and KArdi n produce. Mall in slip for map nhowin* h' w to eet there, (’all Saturday night or phone Sun day. Name Addre** WALTER C. PIPER -too Holden Bldit Cad. 46* 685 FT. HIGH Km)-FT. LOT. S6OO Near Royal <»ak. In high rolling dls trtef. that extend* Into Rl ornfVM Hill*. One hour from city hall. Many homes built Gravel loam suit perml**l'n 'to on down payment Mnll In “lip for full particulars <’all Saturday night nr phone Sunday. Name Address WALTER C. PIPER 4tw> Rt'lden H!dr C*-l. t 46„ WILL pay cash for vacant lots, houses, flats, stores, acreage, real estate equities. Land con tracts bought; quick and sat isfactory deals. EBERT, 309 Maiestic P>ldi?. $25 Secures Three Lots THREE lute, each UtlM ft. If. min uter from limit*. n>-ar Grand Rlv r »' ", and Seven-Mil* Drive T’rlce ISfin for 3 lota Half *he price ..f neaibv lot* $76 t*k•'* etjulfy, h«1. *nce monthly, owner, no* A-6f. Time* DOT on Chegterflefri ne-ir Woodward; a bargain Call North Snts.M KOIt a \ I I' F 111 BEST GAKftEN SOIL IN MICHIGAN 100x135 FT.. $l9O OIT GRATIOT Near srhnr 1 , ' ch’ir. ‘ • and fl,*r * General ■< '"indlee a»«.ec on property. • O orl cm .ervtr« Pf-r --mtaalon given t** build temporary building and eultlvute land when Aral pavn (til ’ n Rdf Prlff In clude* c-nert vv.,ln- and gnM.*d afreet* Term* v*-ry renaonable No pavment* when filcV or out of worn F>r foil Information and rMp'ina l ' n *llp to Mr Harmon. 1607 *•;-„• • a * Rl.tg 1161. Ojven Swturdav n'ght and Sunday. Name ’ Addrc** WALTER C. PIPER Real E***te ' WE WILL PLOW AND HARROW YOUR LITTLE FARM FOR s4—looxll4 IT. Near Rojral Oak, gr*v«l lawn ***ll. Sc to F. rd dletrlrt < inf h*>ut fr .m cpy hall S upplle* deliver* 1 to v .iir .h.«*r by R *yal «.*ak nuTchant*. fi fart fodav b\ rnallng In -lip Price s6'*o S6O down Na me '" waiter r. PIPER 4t>o Holden Bldg Cg.l in*;. ~ smalCfarms la a* r*-* neat IVm ni*. bt>u** t.M-n. granary. nuKaMe to *ub*livlde Sp6*"h t nly li.rton down GRATIfIT-AVE l>.vb*. i*m «.r ?* a* ■— ■ > . tc• n « i a \t• | j f l * r n, go -d land * nit t* non trade r.r ,a«» »*tnt* M«o 4ft n. re* with •ft | V s r , f' m ' p'' . FARM bnv»r* ** n<l tor "?!p»r'i Faria Bulletin ” It « frea. Many t'arg*lo* W C. Ptpar. Holden bldg.. Detroit F‘»l« -\ i t .— >ii*t f.i i a \ tooi a ruH a\i.m—ana* i’l l tU.ul a EAST YEAB HAINES’ to n y t 'tners uni of be* o<* da \i * uatoniera, *r. 4 3 inch or women in .u v *r<lcr» In 2Lg l 54.* * Ml) it.* k »>• many .ynd '■ " annot t ill* rare of ■ByV*. w Jk- h tv* * large an*l a**" f" M < gBSK. ' •; ' full in- f -in. ' ■**y'*\ • . J a? Ereprb I lair Switch** T BlOUttr.r 1 First fluallt' rut l* 1m- AFTER - - pr"veil n\ mrr- :ift**r r i* Cll t ■■ f !.*wj*rt.. HI y o, In ,f that kind Cite v ry tittle by tiae. while freah ' ' w ' 1 hft’i t- llh le to ftida the ftrat yt-ur v-f use, ,*n Jt •an not ba u*e,t '.vlthout being died. ! h.*v. large *t . k* of Cut Hair, Wavy and Straight. a!*o W’lr and r .p»e flair on hand bought -.om*- v * ur* •,«•*. A* nil hair ia imported 1 far man j except *ng Uhi nc*. 1 n;.. |.*. .■ 1 i - 1 . ..-k* In moat n«. *-t Tea i* Unineae hair. Tlenca the low-cut -p* fte* «.fl*red If you w int t 1 1 "v Hri'.r U.uod* *ee Maine* Ch.*]n# nut fhi* year. 31 : m my t *»!<*. t ha * «tof* — March 1. IM7. *set in t.:d*r* early. *■ *'* A MAM 76 Grand Rl v* r Avenue 4Ve*t Detroit. Mirhtgan. ”, - PIANOS - OI'A^VNTKRD RE FINISHED, REPAIRED AND TUNED DETROIT PIANO.CO. fl BRO FOR HALli—I Vinis (>\ l. MAN MADE SSOO FROM AN ACHE IN ONE VFAR I have thia very a< re lor t-.tle Mona name furnished on i *“im-st Thl* "T,title Farm” lx out Uruttot - »v«.. ni'»r rnr line, school. 2 rhurrhM, store anil poctofllce. within ttnne’a throw, l.and und<r drain*,! Per mlxxlon to build and cultivate on first payment. Call Pat. night or phono Sunday. WALTER C. PTPER 400 rioldan Rid*. Cad 4*4 FUR kiLli—HIM STORE FIXTURES 7' SODA FOUNTAINS for all kinds of store* I-arg*st infra same in th» «• 11y. "quality and I Tie r our auooeaa.” Show t'aaos, Counters, Shelving, Back BC.IC, I‘hniix. TlblM ttfi DESKS AM stylos and- /.<• <at out rata price.. Petrolt Morn Fixture Cos.. lU-S0 Oath ♦ 'inn. n»ar (Jratlot and Antoine Phone Cadillac 1733 for salesman. I FULLY GUAR i aka SIS to |SO; renting 12 up. Catalogue free. Pe •ti Ti pi! c,. i t*o .Tnffnrson. near Woodward Main 4102 ONF RCRBFR-TIRPin SFRRFIY, rr.nkn go.,<t trailer; largo restaurant nook range like nnw; a washing machine. nn>* now electric plate, two burner*. < h\V. I>. Morrell, *75 Ft ft e«n th - *t . |9I ron R.KW RNdLAND PIANO—* Finn rosewood, finely finished; at tractive style sweet tone Splen did offer op #it.♦ i- terms Wax $275. ORINNKI.I, JlllOS , 24." Woodward. I '>ll H \ i )■' • ir 'ear old mare. rao. l»ig stock. i andmot her sold for t .''Oil ( • ,n rcn.«o?iable Address Mrs .Ism# M Hewitt. Ovid Mich CI/OtUH ‘ W A ItRFTN i' pri gh t I’l an o only $11". regular $".50 style, heau tlfgllv finished *hn\ splendid con • litloh. GKINNEM# r»R'»S Branch, 57 Monroe POO A FOT'VTAT7r\. new and used; steam tat’k** store furniture cof fee urns Kasy terma. Oeo. Marsh Cos.. :'0 Fast \twat#*r-at Malo 47H i'cii'.FT B■■ r sraln- <tn» T-yon A Heap trumj "t model; silver plat ♦d, "H flat, u-o'd hut little and In ■ | *'..»■> This Week $’ 5 take- it OBTNNKLL TIROS ‘ IVanoh *7 Monroe. ROOM * Furniture ror rooms com* nl.-te J 1 wo> M'eh . srh. OROR *. ■ ■ Fhrencl malic key of r, M 'mhort pitch. 1' keys and rlnsr# used less than one month. Regular price ff>S onr price now *7* ORTNNKT-T# BROS Branch. 57 Monroe FOR SNT/F Stlarhtiv u«*t machinist’* to, t >io\ 1 41 Xt a Tli 1 rd door V>7 Pal er -av ~ K Call 5 to I p m. Mr Flavin WTOTf AOF rorptni#* neartv «»s bar e • 1 « •- t . . h i t • lIOMNF.N AM) VKH It I.KS Kolb-Gotfrodnon Horse Cos. MICIIIOAVS ORF.ATKFT HORSE - M\KKFT Auetlon every Saturday Private sale* every day Big Assortment High-Class Horse* A iway*- on hand for private ca'«*. Michigan agency for Watson Dump Wagons and Watson Tractor Truck and Trailer We hare over B,o©o WaAeon dump vay .%ne in is< i ■ | r<>lf >md view 1 1 > . tit o| '-litn a full I|n» of dupli cate parts fncludlnc wh##!*, axles and all small parte WATSON TRACTOR-TRUCK OX OIF PI.AY AT OCR FAI.F.S ROOM tf*'#X 111* Oral tot- a\ e. t Petrolt 1.1)1 « 4 PI ON 41. ALL THE LATEST DANCES Maj< »stic School of Dancing Majestp Theater Ruddlng TYoodwa and ,it Willis Two feature* n ■ u w >h uir 'n stltutton ahruM ma'** h s* >rc ap peal in n»-w cejners to pett .lt You root!-, »n.i you have ac. pr> rtunltv W"'|av rnM Vio' "m O * - t«l feature F r ‘"ls re.iK » *«£ our p• m In I r p; v r *i ■ n »* r > >1 ’n - from 9 t-.1l 12. ff barge, not on l } to our pup Is and their hut fft s the \ ufdh- In gen eral Thl- aerklv dan Jim ho e« tn e . ' - IT • • "s* Inst m t , Tu> ! tvs find Fridaye f.' n , s • led by as- fi/it «f'n i■ i tra till t - To f-1 it home In Pe tr ,t *. i must he •) good dancer . , V . , v , • -dr t ■, »ts sin hofh r t si* > ~» f f' whf* 4**l r* to n « 1 .♦f r fi r CKAXO ?\?K * fr, D>vcr^ ,: • , VTf" }•. \ * l r < ‘lt 13 . t* ,v « A i ptpur y pi»[V itd T t ’ V V \ P |'!»|VT) f■»T \ t !» liM \ V\ IX. IIFM STITCHINi;, ,f PLEATIN’* ;S. BUTTON HOLES New York Trimming Houpc ns .Tnttv n HOMEY TO LOAIf MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTS Liberal loan." on r«al eat&t*. -nd tnort*a*a realty loans. « 111 bnv In vacant lots n. uj ttiipr vcd property. F.BERT, 300 Majestic Bldg. LAND bought Quick and satisfactory deals. EBERT, 300 Majestic Bldg. Bftl.D your own homo or flat If Aon own a lot we will loan you all fb•• money t«. build. Means & Wade. 1130 Majestic bid*. CONSTRUCTION t/iAMI—L Ib• ra t amounts. J P. \V*h»r. 29« Gratiot. WY P(’Y L,ANT> <*ONTRACT», Detroit Land Contract Cos. Rlt-813 Hammond Bid* Tad. Itlft. ITOHAtIK AMD CASYAUR CKNTRAI. BTORAGE CO., movin'*, racking. fireproof, rates rl*ht. Mo tor vans for suburban moving. Phono Cadillac «• ACME Stora*# mnmmotn warehouse. Storage, moving M 89# 41 Ollrnsn. PARTY MOVING to California can rent part of car Central -Htornga Cos.. Cadillac «>• ■.i si,, . | , - j rn^rnmmm IIOTEMU AMI RRKORTI “SUMMER HOME We ar» offering on the aouth channel of St. flair Pints, between Joe Re. rlore rind Muir’s Landings, contain ing rt •i-iooni i fsl(l**nce. noat house, 82 fe»t lon*. 3 wells, lot 100x500. with use of 100 tnpre feet for *ar ilen price for outck sale, 13,000. fall for Mr Oldham. White-Balid Cos , 510 Pr* e Tree." bid*. At t’TIONS AUCTION SALE Unclaimed Freight of Various Railroads TUESDAY, MAY 15 AT 10 A. M. Edgar’s Sugar House 239 Junction Ave. « a 111 MNKJX tonCRI NOTICE To the Members of InKersoll En campment No. 29. I. O. O. I'* . All members of this Encampment who enlist to defend the fl.i* of ope country *i<* requested to notify th** Encampment and they will be kept In gorstanding while so en*a*»d. L T‘ Hutliff Rec Hcr.be, fii)2 Hub bard -ave PA PERM A NOT \<» Quick service; m nerbnced workman Edmonds, ill Pit -1 -st Pb me < ’nd 70 4 1 -R. I.OST AMD POt MD T.OST Tody’s contalnln* mun of monev, on Mack-ave. «nr troltur e ist I.eft car at Mt El liott ave about noon. Mrs. H Pa*l fhestnut-st. Reward Eher-v 3434-R. PEMUkiI VOTT^p—ft ins pm* *trl Is la trouble, needln* advice frlnntsblp or heln writ- or call on SECT U TART MARGARET IHTI'T. lOIT Fort-et W Halvatlnu * rmv Prln la*—-the plan, neat kind—that Is rickt —Times .Ink Main 4*2*. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Assessment Hfille of ell the terri tory annexed to the City <if Detroit, durln* the years 191f! ami 1917, an* completed BOARD OF ASSESSORS’ OFFICE Pursuant to Sec 6. of Chapter iO, of the Charter of fh»* CPv of Itetroit. a- amended notice la hereby given that ’he general assessment rolls of nil the territory annexed to *he Cttv of Detroit (It.tin* the years IGI *> mol 1917, ate. completed, and read* for the inspection of the taxpayer* Th»» Hoard of Review will *t any i me on b. hr, ■■ tr<: day f Vs. 1917. rl*(dew the asaesan »*nt of ipy parson who mnv complain, either rerball* s or in writing, before said board and v i make nil proper corrections thereto and on said last named day, said rolla will be submitted To the Common C ouncil for conflnnaDon. and an} person considering hlm**lf aggrieved by the a«sesetn«at of hi* property may appeal In writing to •*44 Common Council. PAGE 9