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SATURDAY.'JUNE 30, 1917.
“Sammies” To Go Down in Military History Along With “Poilus” and British “Tommies” WASHINGTON. June 30.—General Pershing’# tight In* m**» In France halt* been nicknamed the “Sam mien’’— I’ncie Sains boy* and the title bids fair to stick. It will take its place alongside of ••Tommies’* for the British, "Poilus'* for the French and ''Roches'* for the Ger mans. In connection with temporary training behind the lines, the "Sam- ELLIOTT - TAYLOR WOOLFENDEN CO. .VOOIAVAUD AND HENUt Everything Smart and New for the Summer Out Doors We are particularly prepared to fill your needs for smart Outing Wear from the Separate Skirt to the Sports Suit and afternoon dresses. NEW WHITE SKIRTS Any number up to a dozen-1* not too many skirts to have this summer. Tomorrow we make a wondrous showing of white skirts in all the favored and late models, made from fine imported Gabar dines, Twills, Fancy-woven Striped Cords, Sport Poplins, Beach Cloths, Whipcords, etc., featuring gathered backs. large fancy pock ets, wide separate girdle belts, chic sash effect* and pearl button trimmings all lengths and sizes simple, sensible. Sure Selling at 98c, $1.48, $1.98, $2.98, $3.95 to $7.50 Also Several New Models in * STYLISH STOUT SKIRTS in 30, 32, 34, 39 to 38 inch measurements, at $2.9K, $3.98. $5.00 to $7.50 Women Will Welcome These Brand New Navy Blue and Black Coats latest shirred In at the waist and high walsted models. Some beautifully embroidered on collar, ruffs and*."ash wide band belts and sashes silk atltched and embroidered full silk, half lined, or un lined. The material is lustrous American Woolen Mills poplin An ther feature Is large pointed cape collars «pofl patterned j-ilks. Women's and misses' sizes. Economically priced at $15.00, $18.50, $19.95 to $22.50 50 More of These Handsome * SILK DRESS SKIRTS In about as many designs. • af* Regular Value SIO.OO and $12.50 u«!/D Distinctive sport stripes, plaids, checks and novelty figures In attractive sport colors, Including plain nH\y and black, emerald, gold. Wistaria, etc. Mark you! These come In the best quality TAFFETA and OROS DE LON DR E Silks. Some daintily shirred about the waist others at hack with wide detachable belts, sashes, novelty buckles and buttons. Great Is the Demand for Our Elaborate Display of Middy Blouses and Smocks AND THEY SELL THEMSELVES because we carry the BEST MAKES known to the trade "Paul Jones." “Bob Evans." “Ruth Jordan" and "Menders" In all white and white with rose. Copen. delft and navy blue. Deep rape collars and cuffs, embroidered emblems, bt aiding, etc. Chic new models wp+r loose belts, sashes and novelty pocketa. Girls’ sizes, Bto 11 years, at 98c, $1.25, $1.50 Misses’ sizes, 11 to 20 years, at sl. $1.50, $1.98 Women's sizes, up to 12 bust, at $1.50 and $1.98 Standard RUGS Reduced Royal Wiltons at These Savings: $55.00 Rugs, size 9x12, for $47.50 52.50 Rugs, size 8.3x10.6, for V 45.00 9.00 Rugs, size 36*in.x36*in., for 7.50 7.00 Rugs, size 27*in.x34*in., for 5.50 You may choose from a full line of these splendid rug* in this season’s beat patterns and colors. NONE SENT ON APPROVAL. Saturday’s Specials In Vacation Needs Famous “Likly” Wardrobe Trunks Th* Ideal styl* of trunk for your vacation trip is the _ roomy wardroho model, similar to picture. Big and roomy, with spare to hen* many suit* | and dreese*; large perfect fitting 1 I drawers, etc. We sell the famous IL.^—r- 111 T 1 , “Likly” guaranteed line. This Includes ’ LLLt ( <, M wardrobe trunks of d* - £rv ft* 1- # I ! iX I every slse ranging jjflPft I T I In price from mmm, IT p«| # IrlPhVi Knar t red It Trrma. U* Auto Lunch Kits Great for outings comes perfectly equip ped with knives, forks, plates, spoons, nap kins, provision box, etc. Our line Includes many style*. #P IT Prices from.. Up Extraordinary Value—Matting Suit Cate ape— Mi* ond roomy with stout lock. JR* catches and strap reinforcement. a I _ (ry j I protected corners and s*r ‘ V m J-A rt.* JW IV ] rlceably lined Interior. £ sep* | A Heaular 12.R0 value— )1« /J a— a 1 • tomorrow at only X mhhb ModU's OuifiitinA Ca mles" will learn more than they have previously been taught as to bomb and grenade attacks, the new British bayonet system and similar developments of modern warfare. Trte war department still awaited today receipt of a full report on the arrival of the Pershing expedl thin Thus far it had had only a preliminary report, which was with held. Army Trunks Unusually light, hut extra strong with cov ering of waterproof duck, metal protected comers and rivets. Do signed especially for the purpose snd priced on easy t!7QA terms, only. . <PI f •Jv Auto Tranks Going to spend your vacation In an auto? We carry trunks espe cially adapted to this purpose. Models to place on running board “.'l™, SlO lip EXCHANGE AGAIN OPENS SLUGGISH Prices Seem To Have Reached Bottom; Money Situation Eased Up ay O’Hara, FERRiaa a co. Friday morning the Detroit block exchange again opened Muggteh. w ith Continental quoted at 6 3-4 to 7. aud Reo 27 to 28. Paige was offer ed at 30. The whole local market seems in a waiting condition, but considering the many factors entering into mar ket conditions prices, it would seem, have about reached bottom. The money aituatlon has eased tip now considerably and the volume of trad Ing Should Increase. Charcoal Iron common and pre ferred. Columbia Sugar and Reo Mo tor Car are selling ex dividend to day. Thursday the New York Stock ex change again showed trading lrrng ulax. with the Industrial leading In volume and Motors on the decline Tha admirable wav in which the banka have taken care of the tense money situation is worthy of com mendation. D. S. Steel closed at 129 8-8 and General Mot ora at 114 I*l. Better prices can be looked for now all along the line. SOCIALISTS TO PROTEST DRAFT FOURTH OF JULY Speclallata of Detroit plan to meet In Arcadia July 4. at 2:30 p m , to proteat against the draft. Dr A M. Rovin, No 3334 Jefferson-ave. Is chairman of the committee on arrangements of the Wayne county Socialist party, and haa asked Com mleaioner Cousenk for police protec tion Petitlona will be circulated at the meeting urging the repeal of the draft law. Reading of the Declara tion of Independence will open the meeting Dr Rovin quotes this section of the constitution in his request for police protection "Congress shall make no laws abridging the free dom of speech, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances." RUTHENBURG. SOCIALIST, IS HELD BY U. S. CLEVELAND, June 30. —C. E. Ruthenburg. secretary of the cie\e land Socialist party, surrendered himself to the federal authorities here today A secret indictment was returned against him, together with other Ohio Socialist leaders, by a federal grand Jury They were charged with obstructing military registration Ruthenburg Is Social ist candidate for mayor of Cleve land and formerly ran for governor and United States senator NEW BOMBING PLANE NEEDS NO AIRMAN NEW YORK. June 80.—An almoat human machine, said to be able to fly an aeroplane and drop bombs at any designated point and from any designated height up to B.fiOO feet, ia the invention claimed here today by Stanley Y. Beach, an au thority,on aviation. The only thing Reach’ll automaton can't do la to pick out a place to land. Beach say* Orville Wright thinks this de feet can be remedied. Marriage licenses Thomas a. aterbenk IS. Dstrolt: Pauline Barrows. 10. aame. Paul Simon. 10. Detroit; Bella Mat green 2.*. tlm« Anthony- Adamctyk. 25 Detroit; TtalMna Walkiewlc*. 27 *ame. Stanley Htr-eleokl. 17. Detroit; Ju lia Kupteac. 24, earns. Flovd E Phoff 11. Datroit; Flor ence M Mtanley, ||, name. Charles O. Dean. 21 Detroit; Ruth v. Hill, is. same. Latah A Poole, }5, Detroit; Joans M. A ley. }ft same. Richard Johnson. It, Detroit; Christine PlngWon. 24. same. Howard Ganhoty. |4. Detroit; Mary Hoffman, 12. same. William J James. 24. Detroit; WH* ORIENTAL RUGS AT AUCTION Store Rented—Must Vacate July Ist DAVIS & NAHIKIAN 378 Woodward Ate. Will Sell Their Entire Stock Without Reserve to Close the Business SALE BEGINS TODAY AND FOLLOWING DAYS Morning*, 11; Afternoons. 2:30; Evening*, 8:30 O'clock This enormous stock embraces upward* of 700 Persian, Turkish And Chinese Rugs of all weaves and sixes. Many unusual Antique Rug* which must be seen to be appreciated, and will be aold regardless of cost. C. H. LUENGENE, Auctioneer DETROIT TIMES fred M Morton. IS. same, Ernest O. Labenhers. SI, Detroit Dorothy I. Pomeroy. 24 same, Albert l.t»K"*ki 43. Detroit. Mary Kenlaaerkl. 14. same. John R Lam-aster. 2*. Detroit; Ag nee K Carpenter. 25. name. George W Hayes. 45. Detroit; Marble, 25. name Cyrus Boyer. 42. Findlay. O.; Mar garet Hatley. 4M. name. Levi Mapletoft 40. Detroit; Winnie [towns, tl. same Edgar >5 I’rrn 32. Detroit; Ag nes M Spearing. St. same David Wliler, 21. Detroit; Mol lie Pusarni, 17. same Steve .faltered, 25, Detroit. Rose Yanka. 24. same Worley Gladden. 2S. Detroit, Ruth MeOlvern. 15, same Chauncey V. Hostetler 2* Orville, O.; Winna E. Sinucker. 23. same Fd Lindsey. 37. Detroit. o|||* James. Sd. same. James V. MrGoodwln. 25, Kalanta ion Virginia Autl. 23. Detroit. W. E. williams. 2*. Detroit. Mat tie Unmet, 2S aame. William F Baxter. 24. Detroit Na omi M Stephens. 24. same. Charles E. Brown 24, Detroit Ariel I* Arnold. 24, same. Gladstone K. Livingston#. 22. De troit. Adelaide F. Taylor. 14. same Ernest E Miller. 24. Detroit Etta S Foster. 22. same. William Prothero, 25. Detroit. Ma. rle Steffea. 21. same. Robert S. Xeidenatrlcker. 27, De troit, Joste Maw. 25. same. George Bagley 22. Detroit; Hilda Reaal. 22. same. Joseph O. Myrs, 24. Dtrolt; oria Smith. 22. same Will Gilbert. 33. Detroit. Lillian R. Ballon. 23. same Louis S. Wanderllch. 21. Detroit; Kornslls Klor. 2* same John Voulgsrla. 52 Detroit; Aaimo Kathelltkon 24. same. Edward Van Tleet 20. Detroit; Frances Brandt. 17. same. George E Fatrfleid. 23. Detroit; Ada Smttv. |2. «amj. Fred Oloar. 24. Detroit. Catherine Vankovsn. 15. Grand Rapids William .!. West. 45. Detroit; Car rie Mitchell. 47, same. Charles .! Goodrich. 24. Detroit; Annie E. Lauer, 23. same. J. F. Treman 24. Detroit; Emma B Pehults. 20. same. FT Harry Walla. 22. Freeport. Til.’ Helen Perry. 27. same. Edward J Drlnkert. 20. Detroit, Clarencv V. Erast 10, same. Lewi* K Rurke 43. Virginia. Mar tha Sutton, 24 same Benjamin F Swanson. 24. Detroit; Bertha Mohrman. 20 «ame Ralph F Dye. St, Detroit; Loretta p Duvls, 22 same Alfred T. Frldev. 22 Detroit Hern iee E Chstam 21 Armada Robert RUI 22. Detroit; Lease Par ker ;o. same Harry Ma-tln. 2«, Detroit Anna Krokof-k' 24, same Ernest o «*e*ts 75 Detroit; Evan* aeline Fader 25 same. Arthur D Betdwell 22. Detroit; Ft te- yPinte** 22 Kansas r- kar i es R S Armanee s*» Detroit Wra E c-arpentcr, Greenville MARRIAGE LICENSES Ars secured In the County Building. Engagement and Wedding Rings and Wedding Gtrts as Well as En graved Invitation* and Announce ments are secured at Husrh Connolly and Son Diamonds and Fine .T»welry. - Corner State and Grlswold-sta. mmm —a— ls is— h 111 "Tr Mortuary IVf7* —Valentin# 8., .Time 2*. *t hta residence No. 121 Eeson-ave hus band of Madge Hart, father of te net and Thnmae, son of Mrs Mar garet W , brother of Dr. A W. and Percy Ives Funeral from residence Saturday at 2 o'clock. MKI.I 1 WANTED—WALK PATTERNMAKERS HIGH CLASS MEN FOR METAL WORK AT ONCE. PENBERTHY INJECTOR COMPANY, 360 HOLDEN A TRADE THAT PAYS Learn movie operating Earn 220 to 125 a week. A trade that war or alack time has no effei-t on Send for catalorue, MG VIE PCHOOL, 154 JEFFERSON EAST FIRST - CLASS CABINET MAKER WANTED. DE TROIT LUMBER CO., 1495 JEFFERSON WEST. __ DFNT’ST- -Regtsteren mg ruaran teef. salary and 18*X maimiMlon: good .ours. Apply *t once. Utopia Dentists "4 M chtgsn Main 4645. YOUNG MAN for shipping depart ment- must make him«e|f generally useful 7b5 Empire Bldg. WANTED Experienced tool *ales msn. Applv 745 Old f?as bldg nti.r wasted— pr.M ale OPERATORS On wash dresses and skirts STEADY WORK Wayne Garment Mfg. Cos. 223 Beaubien. *th floor. YOUNG LADY stenographer living on west aide preferred. ,05 Old Gas bldg. Foil NAI.K—KA( TUH) HI KOK RII.K—KAtTOUY HI II.HIM.H MODERN FACTORY OR WAREHOUSE 52,000 SOU A RE-FEET UORNER; rijrht down town; stool and concrete construc tion; immediate possession can Ik* given. PRICE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. DOWNTOWN REALTY CO. JOHN S. HENRY, Manager. Cad. 7615. 602 Farwell Building. HRLr MA.MrKU-rKMAI.R EARN A GOOD # SALARY Bright young women looking for an unlimited opportunity to advance wanted to learn tele phone operating. We teach you the business and pay you while learning. Steady work. Pleasant sur roundings. Unusual benefits. Your salary will be increased frequently. Extra pay for spe cial work. Good chance to rise to a fine position. Apply Operators’ Training Department, Madison ave. and John R. street, between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. MICHIGAN STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY W A \ TEH TO 111 V—NIU KI.L ANICOt * CASH for old fain** teeth. gold crowns, broken Jewelry, diamonds. watches, etc., full value paid Liberty Rfg. * o , $7 Wnndw’d. 4th floor, elevator WANTKO—FA IIMS FARMS WANTED We have < alia for Improved farma of all acreage* within 100 miles of Detroit If you have farma for nale write ua at once or call BOSS LAND CO. *1 Fort-St West Opposite P O. Phone Cadillac 5811 i mu hit - "TO IIK.VI ROOMV HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor. Lartvd and Batee-sts Pour block* from Kiver Steame-rs: one half block from Jnterurban Depot. European. 11. $1 50 and 12 per day. Weekly rate*. WANTED Roomer* or boarder* at 15(>2*# Grattnt-ave. TO fIK.Vr —IIOt'IKR A A. A. A. A A. A. A. Hannan Rental Agency A free Ret of ho *e* ajid flats. Call In person at the oldest and largest real estate exchange in Michigan. 1 Mr G RAW MFII.DI NO to m:\T-n.* r« a AFAMTMI Wtl Whose Home Are You Paying For? • Ts you rent you hc pa'ing for your landlord* houae. It will still be hi* when you have paid for It Let u* show j iiu how your rent money can bin your own home. “HOME OF THRIFT” Washington blvd.. at Clifford. Why Not Build a Home? . Our co-operative plan makes It n* easy as pa\ina rent and far more profitable. •HOME OF THRIFT:’ Washington- blvd at Clifford. LOWER f. rooms and bath; 3 bed room*. fireplace, gas range 105 Highland-ave. 10 minutes to FordJ* on Hamilton ear line. North 24 47- M or Main 1800 NEW I'PTER ELAT bat ween Orav and Wturtevant on Twe|fth-*t. five rooms and lath. |3B per month Hemlock 4550; evening* Ridge 4A09-M W 4\TKI»—UOSF.V W A NTEdUmON E Y 13.n0n. secured by 2-family flat, good «er urlty. 12 549, secured by 2-famlly flat; good security. 13,000 construction U»an security "n 7 fa-nili flat EASTERN INVESTMENT MORTGAGE BOND CO.. INC. <lO Chamber of Com Cherry 233 4 111 KINK** oi*l*Ott rt MTIE* ROOMING HOUSE 12 ROOMS. ELEGANTLY FURNISH ED WILL FACBiriCE: OTHER PCs 1 M 880 INCoM-1 s's TER WEEK. OWNER. GRAND 318-J. INCORPORATE, expend, avoid part nership complication*. Entire cost 115 flatlsfsctlon guaranteed. Mets enhsliner-Durand Corporation. VlB Free Praaa bldg. A'aln 4600. r«m a A Ml—kgxiMM K raafiM • » SI,OOO DOWN. SSO A MONTH 2-FAMILY FLAT ON SEYBURN Near Grand Belt car line, well built and all modern. Price is right Call 781 Concord Ridge 439 $2,000 DOWN S3O A MONTH WILL BUY A STRICTLY MODERN STEAM-HEAT 7-ROOM HOUSE ON SENECA Call 784 Concord. Ilidge <59. $l5O DOWN 5 room*. 2 bedrooms, dandy new bun galow r|ei trie light*, toilet. near car line Price 1.3.999 Hurry to our oflee or *■ all Main 394 4 FRED C. HATTON. Builder 791 >f Bt p r# told * ;.*s • itidg SI,OOO DOWN, SSO A MONTH WILL BUY A 2-FAMILY FLAT ON CANTON Six room* e*rh. o#k goer* and flnt-h two hot-air furnar« ■<, ell modern price t* right. <*all 78l Concord. Ridge 434 PA< I I D A YEN I E ft 999 do'.vti take* th se?*) 1 bunga low ts'>M sai’rifice for |*..74ft if taken this week For appointment rail GRAND 8782 4-FAMILY mtl-'K VENEER 8 room* and bath e#eh. separate fu-nere*:. rent 1175 per montt Pr're 115 999. 84 599 doa n halaq* e eea> terms On Ht Clair. n*ar Kerrheval INTERN A TtCN/ T. BUILDING A REALTY (A, Cherry 1899. 819 Run Bldg. KOI* *al l'.— HI>II>KX K PnoPF.nTV 2-FAMILY FLAT New modern, five rooms and bath, extta largo and convenient Buy it now from the builders and save discount. East front on Twelfth sf between Hrav ami tfturtevanf You will like it if you see it. Fall for appointment Hem. 1589; even ing.* Ridge 5699-M. new i < Stage bungalow neat Ford's; 5 room* and bgth. '•lo'tnr lights Kntle-ave. between lolin II ami Rruah. 1250 down, easy patmer.ts Hemlock 4584, evenings i:i.!ij» f«O9 M LEASE OR PROPERTY for «ale or exchange It pays to look for (jutek deal H Friedman. 450 Rivard. WOULD a list of best bargains in Detroit Real Estate, vacant and im proved. interest you* DICKINSON'S GUIDE gh es you this Mailed on request. Dickinson s. Dept. T. Detroit. TWO-ELAT. 5 room* and bath each, on Holcomb near Gratiot. Mint sell. 14.300 l%rt cash, balance eaav, I.V'-:i|VVnii\.\h RLDG Jt REALTY r.lO Sun bldg Cherry 1509. ~BUILi)ING PLANS, $lO Houses luingalivwk nnd fiat*. Ander son 503 Elks’ Temple K4H4 agI.K..VACANT 1.0T9 WILL pay cash tor vacant lots, houses, flatn, stores, acreage, real estate equities. Land con tracts bought; quick and sat isfactory aeals. EBERT, 309 Ma;estic Bldg. HOW’S THIS? Few I*rj» lots ai Clear Lak» Park. Good sarden soil and shade tree* •25 to f:,n ea.-h, li down and 11 n week N'o interest. Cherry 7M. 409 Free Press i Mg. i^—.. . : u.aa K4HI MI.K—FAH 518 AURE TRACTS 9-MILE CIRC LE Garden soil, excellent location; prom inent io;id, on» acre up at price of 30-tt. lot* in same vicinity, terms; remarkable opportunity, but will have i,, hurrj Mr Minney, GUE'RI.V HARCiX'K-fli iDFREY CO <*hei i v 8300. 414 Fi.rwell Rldg. $8,750 —Avalon, 2-Family Block and half from Woodward. 3 tied rooms and sleeping porch up. 2 bedroom* and sleeping porch down; doubl- garage rent* for 190 price Terms 11,500 down. Call "'ir branch. Hemlock 30.32, corner Highland' nnd Woodward. Marantotte-Raker Cos. 3<i Penobscot bldg Main 5741. Beautiful 6-Room Bungalow « >n the west sot* ami only 1300 cash. Two-Family Brick On the west side, $5.;,09 8-Room House on East Side and ontv ooo. four bedroom*, or wi 1 trade for two-family. Till* is ' A, 't fiufck. Gl f,IIIN-haBC( -OObFREf CO * her.- 3300 4Ft Farwell Bldg I M °ST BEAUTIFUL FARM* ! , , IN MICHIGAN l ine buildings Hilo, first-class tools. !C , "-"U'e 4 horses. 2 brood sons. 1 200 chicken* mile \ '"""kef 1 mile from fine ii ‘ v" fr ‘ ,,T ' Detroit; crops ensv n ** w m handle; balance MARTIN & SAMUEL ONE-HALF ACRE WITH HOUSJS. At Hslfway, cb.se to car line; new fi-room house with half acre of land fine for gardening, price 13 000 on eaav terms Tromley. AVllson &■ 1 o lot* Chamber of Commerce Cadillac *909 READ THIS 40 acres Wglnut-rd one mile from car line, two mile* to Orchard Lake Brick house, hank barn Good otav soil eight acres wood lot. B n rs* f n at *5 200 Term* BROOKS & MONTGOMERY <B^^J^'^'*NDBLl>rpMATN437lk U°R f* % t.K—F ACTOR V SITF.* PETER KEHOE hfts the most desirable 7-Mlle-rd. frontage ;p large or small portions! If looking for anything In the real estate line call Ridge 435-J | WB4I. ESTATE OPPORTt NfTIF.S LIST Yol*K PROPERTY WITH US IMPROVED AND VACANT we have beyerr waiting EASTERN INVESTMENT MORTGAGE ROND CO.. INC. Thone Cherrv 2234. <l9 Chamber of Commerce Bldg (FORMERLY OF SI a, COME IN ANtTtRADE snd don't want for something you non f hftv* and *lo tv ant We have improved property, vacant lend contracts, farms, hotel* room ing house*, etc., to trade See I.lhowitg. with WTLSON 818 chamber of Commerce Bldg NOTICE I will lease, or build and lease to suit lessee or will se)j propertv <,n the corner of K-ndall snd Twenty-second-sts., to party making proper arrangenients. Th'.ma* Goodf-llow. 517 Fifth-st Phone Grand 2799 run Ml.i;—AcniAU 8,500 ACRES fiTS'FGO COUNTY AN <it 75 p< r refit good Mgrlcultural Tar<l tialance good for grating Price »| per acre I. R. LINTON, ~CnO. <l?t 14 4 8 P-o d.ecnf RJdg. Foil Stl.h—wi*« f:«.t.g\K(»l<B ' Vl* IJV B MIG AIN ''«ed; fine copy I of Ftrndlvn riu*; full site; ebony ti tnmvd. fir, meil ms pie 'back and I Side* two-piece back; even grain ed top regular |45 value. Thlt week 11« take* it GRINNELL BTtoS' Bran<'h. 57 Monroe. K»’• \ I*(»• "NTAIV* n-w and used 7 stern* Trbl*f, store furniture, cof fer ii’ • I ■ t-rm*. 0-0. Marsh * 7 r**t Aft ter-sf Main 4751 |J24 NEW UNGI.AND PI SXO. regu lar |3Rf» style; dull mahogany; re flntsbed; lirorv key*, f till metal back; sweet tone Easy terms. ORINNF.LT. BRGft.. 248 Woodward. FOR SALK—MISI'KLLANBOUS FOR UUi Mfscgi.igHH 08 ’JH i r.\ I\ I r S~ \Y F ;s7 TOUPEES, HAIR GOODS J ~ M> present hair store wag . k. b ~11 A ... ■K 1 - ill the same ’V FMt .< •. i r n.ie ‘JSr bus: o’ - *i.wl -a me sw' ‘ & gST Hyi mum a*l > • ’O•• in VpPv • i .» * • , % 5,, y. ■!* .ii is -t ■ nr.- V *'• jKZf • i -nn ; mi, k-- ul r,n ■ .**-!.ty ■mi v # ' ' •■unip' -gwWHBBHT • *' -if -i- a*- K'-t U s .ir- • ihj iS* .b-1 a-:*s11 <' in g in * V lla i r K'M 'ls . . in. e.i fr.mi * ePf^nL" *in«e MJP*jj3Ar . ;■* ABLfflrj/r **i. i i --r there are no import* now, ! BE ;••(>« E 1 «<" sell Inr hair and hair go.nl* l-a- U to importers In New York. Now, I will glv- all *n opportunity to get flr*t• lmu h hnir und hsli goods st <ld prices during the month t)f Ja«e; tha® prices will advance July l next. Get in order* and pick out w * la L >ro , , f want in June; puv a deposit on it anti I will l«y It aside for you. Pong make a mistake and delay. During my 38 years' past In the hair *oo«f business I have always eoht the beat good* for the low**t price*. 8. have always turned out honest, well-made goods. I have alwayi Bon4 a relinblc.' honest straightforward business and my success In bUStaeM attests It I shall continue to serve the public to the beat of my abil ity to the Hosing .Is \ Feb. 28. 1918 Present atocke. fixtures, lease and business for sale at a very reasonable price a* I am retiring from the h*lr goods busings* „ _ , _ . Wtn. A Haines. *1 Grand Rlver-ave. W. 2nd door from Bagley, Detroit, prices IDT A TVTfTQ ALL ’ WORIC REASONABLE I l/\iNUiD REFINISHED, REPAIRED AND TUNED DETROIT PIANO CO. 73 BROADWAY MAIN lT*t HI viM.vs orroitTt MltEl RIBIKGM OPPORTt XiTlE> How Ait l» ~ IL PE ItRY PHIL A. DONALDSON G. A. DELONfI Notary Public EASTERN INVESTMENT MORTGAGE BOND COMPANY, INC. REAL ESTATE RENTALS, LOANS ON INSURANCE We Buy Mortgages and Land Contracts 619 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (Formerly of 816) Office: Cherry 2234 DETROIT, MICHIGAN rtm salic— gi*f*i,u3*oii* Cupola and Blower For Sale See Howard Jackson, 34 Du bois-st., Detroit. Tvrrwm iuarantbßD: every make; gtf» to 153; renting 122 up Catalogue free Detroit Type, t'o, 1t»0 Jefferson. Main 4192. SODA FOUNTAINS, new and used outfits Price within reason. AMERICAN SHOW CASE A MFO CO. 109 Jefferson. CadU* ac 2370. ROOMS Furniture for rooms com plete. 11 week. Sumnep, Mich <fc 4th. STORAGE furniture, nearly new. bar gain price Sumner Cos.. Mich- A 4 th. AI mg \>n MOTORt VCI.FA PIERCE ARROW in fine con dition; cash proposition; cheap. Will demonstrate. Call Ridge 5263-M. PE LUXE 9-h p. motorryele for sale or will trade for twin belt drive. 71 Marantette, II ;t«w Mrrzg—ttjs— - JXJ -a KDI'C ATIrtlH Al. DO YOU WANT TO GO TO SOUTH AMERICA? If you are able to read, write, and speak the Spanish lan guage. there is a good oppor tunity for the young man and woman. The Spanish language, besides being important in business is also a cultured lan guage. Refined people speak it. The ACADEMIA DE LENGUAS LATIN AS, organ ized by native professors, re cently with the University of Michigan, will teach in a summer course how to speak, read, and write correctly ESPANOL, FRANCES, POR TUGUESE and ITALIANO. Enroll in our summer course or ask for private instruction. ACADEMIA DE LENGUAS LATINAS, ANN ARBOR Detroit Address: Sr. Doroteo ' Gurrola y Luna, care Charle voix Hotel. MOTION PICTURE ACTING TAUGHT Expression, gestures, makeup* and scenario du* < ting also < tilture and graceful roisc Elevating « harsc ter idea* th.irnugblv^taught BEITY HOWE STUDIO T.ate nf New Y rk and I'allfornis Phone Cgdllls • ' ■ lift 8t hat si bldg. ■ ■ 1 i ■-■■■ -t-e—s-M - 1 ~~ Ptl| II II 5 SMI I'll vim lx D A Y-OLD~CI LICKS, 12c Fin*, htg, healthy chi* ks sis * all poultry and pet et><ck supplies. Tomlinson-Wat son Cos. 219 East Jefferson. MO.MCI TO LOA.X MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTS Liberal I<>sns on real estate. Second mr realty loans. Will huv eqti.tles In vacant lota and Improved property. EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. LAND CONTRACTS bought. Quick nnd satisfactory deals. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. CONST it FG-r: . amounts. J. F. Weber, ?Tt Gratiot. WE BUT I.AND OONTRACTS. Detroit Land Contract Cos. 812-813 Hammond Rldg Cad. 68J8. r-l " ■ *■ ■» ~ sinitu.i \MI c lit n. t ving. racking, fireproof rat** right M>. or vans for suburban moving. Phone PndtHao •>. ACME Storage mammoth warehouss. st rig* moving M 899 4! Oilman. FarTY~MDVINO to Callfornla <-an r»nt osrt of *ar. Central fltoraga Cos.. Cadillac <9. —'■■■» ..... < ’L-- — .— rt nt.tt \oti* i NOTH*E -To Whom It Mj»V Concern: Take notice «hat on Tuesday. July 19. A D. 1917. st 2 o'clock p. m st 117-119 Mil hiaan-ave.. In tha Cltv of I>etr*.lt. Michigan *ll nr tide* or things from number *9359 to 81157 left In pawn with •tein* berg'* !.n*n Office, of the City of Detroit Mlrhlg*n. will he *old *t pubße auction. In *««’ordftnce with chapter 188, section 8 of Detroit dty ordinance#. Steinberg's Offica, by Julius Stelnbarg. Asebsr Mom, Auctioneer PERSONAL NOTITg If any poor girl ll I* trouble, needing advice, friendship or help, write or call on SBCltß* TARY MAROAHFT DUFFY. IMV Fort-at. West. Halvatlon Arrag. — ——— . —a- Printing—«be plain neat kin*—<hat la rlakt—Time* Jeb Pep<—-Bfnln_4Bß^ RT(iA( . R SALK DEFAULT having been mad* !■ tfc* conditions or a certain Mortgaga, dated the second day ot January. H 95, made by the MICHIGAN STONjg A SUPPLY COMPANY, a corporatlo* oigunlsedand existing under the law# of ths State of Michigan, to lit UNION TRUST COMPANY, of Detroit, Wayne County. Michigan, a corpora tion organised and existing under tha laws of the State of Michigan, aa Trustee, and recorded on tha lit* day of January, 1895, in tha offlea of the Register of Deeds for U»a CountF of Monroe, State of Michigan, in Li ber S5 of Mortgages, on pages If t# 43 Inclusive, and said default h%Y« tng continued for more than thru# months after notice thereof; and WHEREAS, by reason of auoh da* fault, and at the written request of the holder of a majority of tha bonds secured by said mortgage, said Union Trust Company haa elected tflk and hss declared the principal of aald bonds and mortgage due and payahla forthwith in accordance with tha terms of said mortgage; and WHEREAS, there Is claimed to %• due on said mortgage at the data of this notice, fc.r principal and Intereot. the sum of One Hundred and Sttjr nlne Thousand. One Hundred add Nlnetv-seven Dollars (flff.lßT.of). And no suit or proceeding at law having been instituted for tha re covery of the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. NOW THEREFORE, notice Is here by given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgaga and the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of the property described therein, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount dus on said morteaga with Interest and costs, at nubllo auction or vendue, to the highest bidder on Friday, the 31st day of August, ltlf, at 12 o’clock noon, at the northerly entrance to the Court House In tha City of Monroe, Monroe County, Mich., (that being the building in wnlch the Circuit Court for eatd County of Monroe Is held), said property being described as follows. to-w|t: The Northeast % of the Southeast li of Section twenty-nine (J 9). Town ship fixe fS). south rsnge eight (f) east, being the Township of Exoter. In Monroe County. State of Michigan, containing forty (40) acres of land, more or leas. Also, all that certain piece or par cel of land situate and being In the Township of Monroe, County of Mon roe and State of Michigan, hounded and described as follows, to-wlt: Rounded north hy land belonging to the Lake Shore and Michigan South ern R R Cos and the south line of said R. R. Cos., said land axtandad easterly to the right-of-way of the Michigan Uentral R. R Cos. Ekst by the M C R. R right-of-way. South bv land of Paul Dental and west by said T. P A M S R R. right-of -way. Also .ill that certain piece or parcel of land situate snd being 1n tha Township of Exeter. County of Mon roe and State of Michigan, and des cribed a* follows, to-w’lt: All that portion of the Northwest *4 of tha northwest fractional 54 of Section thirty-three (33). Township five (#> south, rang- e|rht *8) east, that Ilea north of the Lake Shore A Michigan Southern Railroad right-of-way, and hounded we*t and north hy highways southeasterly by the right-of-way of said n. P Cos. Also all that certain piece or par cel of land situated snd being in tha Township of Exeter County of Mop. roe and «tate of M/chtgan, snd dea cr'hed *• follow*, tn-wlt: Being a pert of the southeast >4 of *h# south • *»t »4 of section twen.y-slght (II), town five (M south, range eight (I) east, and being a strip of land (I) feet In width on each aide of tha fol lowing described line, tn-wlt: Com. rrencirc at the e**t line of said land near the southeast corner thereof, wher- this railroad crosses. Thenc* running west on a two-degree curva south to a point three hundred tw*n ty-flve *325) feet, thenc* straight west 1.171 snd 7-199 feet to the hlgh wa 1 Also, all Jhat piece or parcel of land «»t’iat* snd being In the Town «hlr of Exeter County of Monroe and Plate of Mt -higan. and dc«rrlbed as follows, m-wlt A strin of land six teen feet In width on tha south half of section twenty-eight (21) said strip h*lng eight feet In width, on eaeh sld*» of * line commencing at a riolnt at the west end of the -witch n front of Charles Angerer’s coal kiln*, running thence on a seven-de gree curve north of w»*t ot e hundred and thirty-eight (138) feet on th* r*' l ? 1 rlgnt-of way to land of CharW* Ang»rer and Marr Angerer, then.-*- tw • hundred and forty (140) fe-t on land* of *ald Angerer on a red!u*of seven degrees north of west, thenc# on * straight line six degress n -rtl of weal to the west line of rhsrle* Angerer'* land fifteen hafl dr«d snd two feet and eight In* haa (I.R9J 8V Also, all and sink Bar the Hght-of wav, r.>ad bed of ths spur track or railroad extending from the Tin# af the Lake v hnre A Michigan Moutharn Rillwav at a point near Charles A*- g-rer's o*| kitn* to the quarry Itn ’wn e# R'oolmuth Quarry. Town ship of Et»t*r, 'n the Countv of Mon. f.xe 4t*f* of Michigan, together with #ll ' buildings snd Improvsmaatd an the l*nd* shove de-ertnad. union* muPT ’ompant. Trustee. Mortgaga*. By CM A# It Dry*. rmisfff&CTte Mortgaga*. PAGE 9