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MONDAY. JULY 2, 1917.
After the L lieavy picnic dinner when your stomach is over burdened — * rsii IResinol keeps skins clear in spite of everything The smoke and duat of city life, the sun and wind of the country, the steam and dirt of housework all S|>ell rum forgoodcomplex ions Hut the regular use of Resinol Soap, with an occasional appheationof Resinol Ointment, ' keeps the skin so clean, clear and j fresh that it simply rannot help i being beautiful. Alldru**i»l» »*II KMinnl S.wp md (MM- I mar*. Why don't y©« l>*fl« ittlng them t I When You Eat Bread you nfe entitled to everything in the whole wheat grain. Dr. Wiley says: "Wheat is a complete food containing all the ele ments necessary for human nutrition.” But be sure you get the whole wheat in a digestible form. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is whole wheat made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and baking—the best pro cess ever devised for pre paring the whole wheat grain for the human stom ach. Two or three of these crisp little loaves of baked whole wheat with milk and berries, make a delicious, noWishing meal. Made at Wjagara Falls, N. Y. Printing-—the plain n»il kind—that la H*ht—Tla,« Joh Drpt —Main 4.139 Wayne County and Home Savings Bank Organized 1871. Capital , Surplus and Profits over 57,000,000.00 DIRECTORS. A A. Albr»eht William H. Green Wm. V. Mnnr* Dm W. Bowen Fred (»uenther Ralph Phelps Clarence M Burton Julius II Hsass U. Grant Race M. Rutaal % .l»im»s s. Holden S. Y. Rayburn Charles F Collin* Charles C. JenUs A T*. Stephens Frank H Croul James c. McGregor Orla R Taylor John M Donaldson John A Morcler George Wiley OFFICERS. Charles F Collins ... Chairman Edwin .1. Eckert Cashier Julius H llss ss President Arthur E. Lorh.... Asst. Cashier Frank It Croul Vice-President Hugh P. Burn* Asst. Cashier Fied Guenther. .Vice-President Wm H. McCi*n*hcn 'Asst. Cashier ’.Vm. 8 Green.... Vice-President Rupert Pletsch Asst. Cashier Orla B. Taylor... Vice-President Then F A. Cain* . .Asst. Cashier George Wiley .. Vice-President Js*. O Dslglelsh .. Asst. Cashier •fl'm V. Moore .. Vice-President Geo H Johnstone..Asst. Cashier ®rriHlS BANK IS JUST WHAT J[ ITS NAME IMPLIES —A rtorits BANK WHERE SERVICE TO THE DEPOSI TOR IS THE DOMINANT IDEA. START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AT OUR NEAREST BRANCH— -1 YOU'LL FIND COURTEOUS. COMPETENT OFFICIALS AL WAYS AT YOUR SERVICE FOR COUNSEL AND ASSISTANCE. THE PEOPLES STATE BANK RBANCIIK) nm ixti TwfirrT rsisn c*smt» cogs is stutter «T*trr* ns«SD strrs »sn ssooin* meat, caasta *u«»ti*«* rke i»rrfS-od wt*T e*»TW*T (O**** Rinrtt i« ■!<gv»«* »v*st'( »st> rvsrrta* s»ari»it* <n*s»* ar»etix m w»«si*oT<or stm »»c* mass* suns is stx-rit m*srs tr*»s j*r»*a*os mas*a *»sfTr»n en«>i>s*M«. io*xts rtgi Rtrr ■train** roast* *m>i»o* DETROITER MADE DRAFT RULES Maj. C. B. Warren Directed the Work of Formulating Ex emption Procedure Chari** B. Warren, of l>*trolt, a major in thfi Judge advocate'» d* i partment of the army, la chief nf the ataff of attorney* and military men who formulated the exemption rule* for the aelectlve draft. The rule* were completed eeveral day* ago and placed in the hand* of the president. The president and the cabinet are now going over the rule*, and It l* expected they will be made public in a day or two. but a* yes the draft exemption board* have no idea of what they contain At the office of Mr. Warren In Detroit, hi* secretary. H. 1* Berdan, who visited him in Washington a week ago, *aid that at that time Mr. Warren would not make public any of the clause* to the rule* until the president and secretary of war and navy had passed upon them. Mr. Berdan said, however, that Mr. Warren and hia associate* had spent a great deal of valuable time going over the rule* employed in the Civil war draft as well a* those employed in England. with the idea of getting all the good points of each, and avoiding the mistake*. Mr. Warren told him that it would »eein almost impossible to adopt rules that would satisfy every one of the 1h.000.000 men subject to draft, but they worked hard In an effort to make the rules as nearly fair as possible City Clerk Undsay hss called a meeting of the If, locsl draft ex eruption boards for next Tuesday at .1 p m in the city hall. Me has In vited two regular artny surgeons to be present and Instruct the physl- LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME By THORXTOX W. IWROEBB. Hollow liOg Play Days. (Copyright. 1915. by T. W Burgess * The f«lre.«» sight of any day Is happy little folks at pTay. Just as long as Billy Minks five b»hies were too small to leave the hollow !••*. which was their nuraery. Billy and Mrs. Hilly kept it a wui. Mat of their neighbors auspeotsd that th-y ha.l a family, but wner«- It was hidden not one bad i>f*n able to rind out Hilly and Mrs Billy were too smart to let that serret out But oables grow very fast, especially the babies oi tha little people ot tnei.re. n I',.rest and the Ureen Meadows. .And, of course, a hen lhe\ get hi* enough t.iev must pla> t’lay is Just ss necessary for tnem as for little hu man children So |t wasn't very long before the ..Id hollow log was a very lively place, f.r if there la any one livelier ihan a young Mink I d<*n t know who It Is. and theie wrere five young Minks here At first thev didn't ven ture ..ut from under th» pile of „ru-h and rubbish that covered the old log but were eontenl to chase ea. - h other In and out of the hollow h g and this wn and that wax under the sheltering brush while their mother kept a watchful eye «.n them, and Hilly Mink himself waan t fnr distant unlese he happened to be on fishing trip. But always in their ears was the sound of the toughing Brook and al ways It aeenied railing, calling to those five little Minks Tnelr mother kept them under the brush as lon* as she could, but she was wise enough to know that sooner or later thev would go ntll themselves If she didn't lead them out. and so Just as soon as she thought they were hi* enough she told tham to follow her and led the wa> out to the hank of the little pool rto#e by |ee pile or bruah under which they had spent their short lives thus far Such a wonderful place as It was' No wonder their little eyes grew clans on Ih* loc«l boards as to the nature of the physlcHl examination* they muat give the drafted men. The government has made no pro vision for offices for the hoards, and Mr. Undsay I* trying to arrange for the use of school buildings. It Is hoped that the work of the hoard* will be completed before school opens in September. City Clerk l.indsay has had Hie lists of those subject io draft «r ranged aphabeticHliy and in dis tricta, and these will he turned over to the dlstrlet boards. SCHNEIDER ASKS ( 01 ZENS TO RETRACT Ixmls Schneider, proprietor of a saloon and caf* a* No. 11»* Wood ward ave., which wan complained of by Police Commissioner Couxena in a letter to the mayor on June 27. has demanded a retraction from the commlasloner. Schneider says the statement that he is running a place that permits vicious women and thieves is absolutely false. He de clares that he has cleaned his place up and did It of his own volition Mr. Schneider has written to the po lice commissioner and ha* sent copies to the newspapers in which the commissioner's complaint was published, demanding a public re traction from Mr. Couxens In his letter to the ifiayor Mr. Couiens asked that the licenses of Schneider and two other case men he revoked because they were not conducted properly. After deliberating 20 hours a Jury In Judges lyesVoignea'court returned a verdict of SI,OOO In favor of Mrs Frances Sloanr-A' ife of James Sloan. *ecret service operator, against Dr. George E Fay, a lieutenant in the Harper hospital unit, and the Yel low Taxicab company The suit was the outgrowth of an accident. A»BIM* Ja» lied *|*leil rhf»f lonni vtfr* mid TXrlr Mother round with astonishment They s*w for the first time the laughing Rr**ok Itself, the julyx l.ittle Siti heams. a wee hit of the blue, blue sky, trees, and growing hushes and pretty wild flowers, and they f* It the gentle touch of the Merry l.ittle Breeres. For h time they were con tent to keep Very close to mother and Just look aivi look find look. Presently she led the way to a smooth, soft, mnssv plsce -on the hank nnd told them to plav while she pretsnded to take a nap She only pretended, for n«*t for the w..rid would she hs ve re* H v cb.sed her *ye« with thoae flve precious vnungaters out where other exes might see them. Then such a good time a« those five little brown imps did have They played tag They wres tled and tumbled over each other and over their mother. If was great fun. After that thev came out to play every dsv, luit onlv when th-ir mother xvas with them. When she was away after food for them thev kept under the brush and, played about their hollow log home, though T suapoct that It was sometimes hard work to resist the temptation to steal out to that lovelx mossy hank for a romp in the sunshine. Hut If wouldn t have done tt renllv wouldn't have dona at all You see. Billy Mink's secret was known now. Ssmmv .lax spied those \*>ung sters and their mot er having sio-h s good time nnd Sammy had watched until thev bad returned to their home under the brush pile Then he had hurried awav to spread the news. So it was well that those five little Minks were obedient, foi otherwise there might have been a end ending fn those hnpp' plnv da vs a sad time instend of a glad lime. Next story “T.earning by lining'* Children Ory FOR FLETCHER’? C A3 V O R - A Have you Indigestion? Your food will continue to dia* agree with you, and cause di> tress until you strengthen your digestive organs, and tone and sweeten the stomach. Von can do this quickly and surely by promptly taking a few doses of KENAN'S PILLS Their natural action relieves the stomach of undigested food, stimulates the flow of gastric juice, renews the activity of the liver and bowels, and strengthens the digestive sys tem. Take them with confi dence, for 60 experience prove that Bcecham’s Pills Are good for the Stomach i L "ni M l r£^.‘T2i:£r l4 ' DETROIT TIMES Marriage Licenses Henry I* (Taw-son. *. Detroit; 1 -ft Vallie Ifertog. 28, ram Alwin 10. Jacobus, -•>, Detroit; Edith Paul, 23, same Frank VV. Vroonan, 2*. Chicago- Naomi A llad'ive. •/*;, **• *e Fraser J f'lapp. 3u, Detroit; Flor ence K W illiams. I". I'a Malvatore I let Jrcgorl, '2V Detroit; Henedetta Hue#long, 20 same. Put nek McCann. 2**. Detroit, Ha* l frit to-tt, 22. same. Joseph P. Ft ah I. 22. Detroit. Iran oes Puysby, IX. ram*.. Alva I Tucker, 24. Indiana. Mar Jorle Bex nobis. I*. Detroit fine M. Bradley. 3«. HI Alonla Moss, 20, same. Samuel II Egolf. 21. Detroit; Verna fronkhlte. IR. same. Knur A Fries. 27. Detroit; Karen f hr'stenson, 15. same Joseph A. Pfeiffer, 27. Detroit: |,la M. ftetnke, 22. sains. Peter Keller. SI. Detroit; IDD-n Fetner. 23. same. Joseph < 'aneron. 37, Detroit; Atari K. Kilpatrick. 2*. same. William S. Thompson. 23. Detroit Huth H Show alter. 22, same. Warren E. Talcoll. 2«. Detroit. Kathryn A (Jrant. 21. same Cecil Hatherley, 22. Detroit; r rieoa Garth*. 20. Pigeon. William Cilendennlng. 24. Detroit. Nora 1 Kupp. 22. same William E. Day. 19. Detroit; Stella McGurry. 21, Orion. Charles E Fuller. 23. Detroit; Fb>r lce Dunlop. 31, same. William H Oenison 20. Detroit, 7.i*s A. Cranston. 21, Ft Johns Charles Krejcl. 35. Detroit; Cardin* CM Stex-skal. 2V same Patrick J Reidv, 2s, Detroit; Sarah Oorman. 27 Ft Clair Heights Samuel McCormick. 70, Detroit l.nul*a Jinks, 59. same. Ernest 11 Hatcher, 27. Detroit ciava Mahan. 27. Ado. O. MARRIAGE LICENSES Are secured in the County Building. Engagement and Wedding Itlngs nnd Wedding Gifts as Well as En grax'ed Invitations and Announce ments «re secured at Hugh Connolly and Son ' Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. Corner Slate and Orisxx-old-sta. r>lorfuarv |vE* Valentine S, June ;R at h s realdente. N<* 121 Kason-ave . hus band of Mailk-e Hurl, father of la net ami Thomas. *->n of Mrs. Mar garet W bi-other of Dr. A. V\ an*l Percy Ives Funeral from residence Saturds.i at n'i lock. C. E. BIRD & CO. Funeral Directros 27 West Hancock Ave Phone Grand 3158 Detroit. Mich IIKI.I* WANTED—MAt.K PATTERNMAKERS HIGH CLASS MEN FOR METAL WORK AT ONCE. PENBERTHY INJECTOR COMPANY. 360 HOLDEN FIRST ~GLASS CABIN ET MAKER WANTED. DE TROIT U MBER CO.. 1495 JEFFERSON WEST. ANYRf'I'V rnn make $3 a df»r at hi me spare time, gmxx-ing mush room* in cellars sheds, barns, box es Success guaranteed Free II- , lustrated booklet Hiram Barton 335 West Fortv-eighth-st.. New , York. DENT t ST Tte-rtstered tog guaran teed salary and 25% commission; good .‘ours Apply at once, I'topla Dentists 98 M rhlgan. Main 4655. s2 ft WEEKLY made writing names for mail order houses, no cnnxsss- Ing. Particulars free. The Ou‘d* Cos.. Memphis. 'lrnn MAN with experience, for nurchas inp department, between 30 and 40 years of age. 703 i ild Gas bldg. HF.I.P W4WKU—FKMAI.K EARN A COO'D 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 t>e 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 AH require* Immediate appomt ir.i-nt h imi.'< d* women Onx-ernment clerical position*. $75 month I.lst position* free. Write Immediately. Franklin Institute, dept. 639-F, Ro chester. N. T. BOOK)* EFP EUS. stenographers and general off.ee help wishing position, kindly rail r write the Daisy B. Miller Agency, 526 Chamber of Commerce. Y< il'Vr; I.AMY stenographer an*l typ ist. j :-ef. r ot-r xx ith tillllng experl, iru. CiM •.»< bldg. viti Miuv' « mn»—ridiui M AT, < vr* r t*’e, refined ludx *4*l v. an**- Housekeeping AX’ l ll leave Ity I’hi'nn Gtand 1170 Address ' oitse V«epcr, ■ , >7! Second-axe. I'Kont 'it-* a.i.ANcois II *< i '1; • Ih g >ld crowns, ;.t k • d'c. nds, xvatche*. j 'tii * ii*e *■.' Liberty llff. ' -7 V* -,v and />• f, or. elevator. I .. ........ U C - I•• . » S IMS FA "•( •. A rco Vi h.vf .ili- tproved farm* f *ll .-*r *x .in 100 miles of D«troix *f x *t; -t . > farms for sal* e r*te it'- .r *-all H • S. , ’ CO. J i V. t Opposite P CX Ph . u Mil V (Vi 1 • ' fr • m owner of . *d t in f•• ’ North*• **t-rn * • -i-spoils. M*n»w otiv llt>T id FRANK LIN •* • t.ar i»d an* Hit4».«* < fnat free. 1 ,ver St- -*r e.t; on*- f * i mot. ;urop»an ft $1 5C and SX per day. Weekly rat-*. Printing—lke plain neat kind— that In right—Times Jm% Deri.— Main IM*. TO KI'.XI—SI HI KHAN PH HIM RTl*. FOR RENX Summer home with about tl»roe acres on the shore of a beautiful lake v\ith Bathing beach. Twenty five miles drive from Detroit on splendid auto road. House has seven bed rooms. hot and cold water, complete bath room, separate cottage maid’s quarters, garage with rooms above; large garden all planted and ice house full. Will rent for the season. Apply F. S. STOEPEL 1916 Penobscot Bldg. ti:\T—k» xi •* \ xr \ h rxiKvr* Whose Home Are You Paying For? If you rent you arc paving for your landlord's house. It will still be his when you have paid for It. Let us show you how your rent money can buy v<vur own home. “HOME OF THRIFT” Wnshtngt on-bl \d , at Clifford. Why Not Build a H«*me? Our co-operative plan n,xk*'« it a* as paying rent and far more profitable. "II DM FT OF THRIFT' Washington-bl vd at T'lifford. LOWER C rooms and bath, 3 bed room*. fireplace, ga* range. 405 Highland ave l* mlntit*-* to Ford a on Hamilton car line North 2447- .VI or Main 15!'0. TO IIK.YT —HOtM-l A A. A. A. A A A. A. Hannan Rental Agency A fre* list of ho *es ajvd flats. Fall In i>er«on at the oldest and largest real estan ex«hange In sflehlgan. 1 M.-GBAW BFILDIVG A .\R*DKRN heautifullx decorated terra e adults (1.3 Humboldt. U X XTKD—MOM'.V W A NT ED—-MON EY $3 '*. secured bx 2-famlly fist, good ; se. uritv. so, ired by 2-familv fiat, good I security. $3 construction l »ar 7 ~ Interest; | securttv on 2-famtlv (Ist EASTERN INVESTMENT ! MORTGAGE BOND CO., JNC. J tl'i Chamber of Com. Gharry 2234 HI UMAX OPPOHTt MTIKS Federal ‘ SELLING SYSTEM (.HICAO<» XTtH’K EXCHANGE BLDG. CHICAGO. Ftd Nl'ltl FOR HALE" I#o*-atcil in middle-western state. ies tabhHheil m IRAS, nnd doing a >1 .'•O.oOd > early business, with ex rellent opportunity lf> double said amount. This firm enjoy* an en viable reputation as r- gards the meritorious leatures of their out put Leal estate Is Included In sale »»• x 1 6*3 feet i lias contract for raw material until 191S. at a 1 rice less lhan one ha'f th<* pres ent market price This proposition Is "dlstinctlx individual" and pos sesses advantageous features too numerous to mention and must he Investigated to be appreciated ae cordlngly. Private rircumatancas (havit g no bearing >n business) warrunts Immediate <! *posal. Will Invent-u v $l5O 0('" fr ee exceed ingly reasonable Write us and we xx ill personally Interview you. FEDERAL SELLING SYSTEM CON FEUTION FRY Lincoln on M:< higan-av■*- ; rent. In cluding 5 living rooms upstairs and 2 down, only s.'!'• a month; Income up to s2bb » week this is a dandy stand, price only s:♦ 50 DILLON PHONE CHERRY 3511. 301 Congress bldg 34-35 W. Congress FEDERAL SELLING SYSTEM CHICAGO STOCK E\ l 'MANGE RLDG. CIUCAGi' "AN DNI’SI AT. OPPORTUNITT” Garage and sales rooms, located In wealthy town, doing *n excellent business and enjoying an enviable reputation. Running expenses par ticularly reasonable Personal tn x-estlgation luslifle« us recommend ing highly. »s positivc success t« assured Interested parties write« us for full particulars FEDERAL SELLING SYSTEM INCORPORATE, expand, avoid part nership complications. Entire coat $25 Satisfaction guaranteed. Meta cnhelmer-Dur »nd Corporation. 715 Free Press Md* Vain 4600. ROOMING HOUSE f *aD n t M ,ltoward-st well furnished. 15 rooms, cheap if taken at one#, cause for -elling. l*ax-Ing city. Call or phone cherry 3750-TL i' —— -in VI I POR «tI,F.—RKAIDKV F. FTUiPKRTt PACKARD MEN. T.'' F, NOTICE on a 40-foot rornei 1 • close to Gra tiot. on Fleld-ave w have a very well built S-ronm frame house, oak finish and floors, w-ater heat, toilet and basin E the kitchen fruit cellar withs > J brick walls, 3-part laundry tu' 7 best grade This house Is 32x3 n the founda tion and was built f ' a home It Is being repainted nd decorated throughout nt .-i --t of nearly ssoo. foi -ars. always rented At $5500 this is S decided baresln. Ex-enint cg||. Ridge 5572-.I HANDERS DRENNAN PCIUNBINE CO. sto Penobscot L dg. Cad. 897. avenue 3 cottsg**, rental $5 1 prlx’e 960; easv trims m xx ill ! ike x scant IfILLGER FLAT; $3,575 6 rooms each, ear' ' rns. Bunjralo\> nr. M»ck; $2,750 EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. JEF E E RS() N EA ST TO EARNED -60x200 Two-mile cir< le I' e sl*,out). GRAND HIM K COR. 70\|"i s»o.Oii" r, ile circle. FIT( HER S 1 UEET Near Second. 5* Menials sl,o«h. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1 227 Chamber . ' commerce TTYO-EAMIIA FLATS ke wood - h|*'d 0 >r»ye .1 efT* r son . brb k xen*er. new TT-dert fist tot 4 5x121. doilble as'ige. |3.o'*« Van Coin t-a e, .'. r< us, bstn elec tric light, bnrdwoo. floor*, furnace full basement *lls $' *-"i ALEX. WATSON SO6 Hammond - Bldg, rilll * U.K—KHMOKMI'K PROPERTY Moving To Detroit?—See f„ 6 rMimi. mov« in; 13 950; • >nl> 13&0 ilown. Altrr-rcl nv-ve in finest built wml liungal< w in this district at $4,200; onlv |sf>o /|"W n Also i ( n» f»r $4,000 with $ 450 down. Van Dyke. 6 ftno roomi. fln» street, *5.200 Van l»yfc>, 7 rooms; lot 45x133. (trim heat; $5,600. lro(|iioia flat, *7.400; rents 80 nar >n<<nth No belter bargain In city. Say burn flat frw .joora from 4}rand Halt only *7.000. Tw- -family hrluk veneer. 1 hsd r-mrii*. •(•■am heat. paved allay I'anton-ava., >* block from Mark; *0.300. c«i) for kaya at 950 Mack-avs., cor ner T. \\ nsend. rtl.ltt* .*l*9 ll.tllN 950 Mack-ava. Double House one of liv best and finest In tha North Woodward aartlon. right fo..ma and tllad bath aarh aid*. "pan flraplat aa. baamad calling*, sleeping porrhaa. «tr»m baat. dou bla garakia. ('lose to Woodward; quick possesslr-n. MAl.oni V-CAMPBELL nF.ALTY CO. ".04 Free Pres* Bldg 2-FAMILY FLATS FAST SIDE TIIRI'.K MODERN 2-FAMILY Apartment* All tn excallant condi tion Wall rented. (’nnvrnlrnt to Mack-ava and Grand Balt car lines. IROQUOIS AYE. NEAR GRATIOT Two-family brick vanaar, 5 rooma < arl; ataaui haat: full concrata basement. Price and tarnia rea sonable. City & Suburban Homes Cos. 200 Griswold St. 2-FAMILY FLAT 111 DSO.N-AVK *i*i") *l.lBO DOWN WILL ST. JOHN & CO. 217 Fnrwall Bldg Cherry 3t60. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE LIST YOUR VACANT. RESIDENCE. DOWNTOWN AM' FAOTOPY PROPERTY WITH HOMER WARREN & CO. 1 227 Chamber of -’ommarc*. North Woodward Bungalow In tha first block off Woodward, w» offer this fine home of brick and hollow tila construction on lot 60x 120 with side drive, double garage, ornamental tree* and shrubbery. The living room and four bedroom* are very large It ha* two fine bath room * hot water beat, large front and rear porche* and very pleasant sleeping porch. If you are looking for r*al honest value hare It Is at *14.000. «*a 11 Mr. Braun. Hemlock 4AIT-.1. SANDER* DRI-WAN - SCHTNBTNE GO. 340 Penobscot Bldg Gad. *97. $l5O POWN~~ 5 room*. 2 bedrooms, dandy new bun galow# electric lights toilet. n»ar car line Price *3.000 Hurry to our office or c*M Main 3944 FRED C. HATTON. Builder 701-2 Rmpire (old Gasi Bldg. 4-FAMILY BRICK VENEER. 5 rooma and bath each, aeparafe furnacaa; rent *175 per month. Price *15.00(1; $6,500 down, balance eaay term* On St Clair, near Kereheval. INTERNATION/ 1. BUILDING A REAI.TY CO.. Cherry 1309. 510 Sun Bldg. “HECLA, NEAR KIRBY 8-room cottage In good .'onditlon; ea«v terms, or will take vacant; 82.860. EBERT. 309 Majestic Bid*. BRICK—4O ROOMS 1 Vo-MILE CIRCLE NEAR 3 CAR LINES Adapted for rooming house, hotel or small apartments; 7 baths, steam heat, lot 50x90; *20.000. Will sac rifice furniture. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1 227 Chamber of Commerra. B U-I-L-D Y-O-U A 5-room 2-fiat for *4.000; 6-ronnj semi-bungalow. *3,000, a real Cali fornia 5-room bungalow. 22.60 Q HundrcJs of plana to rhooae from P. S. A S Cos. 623 Stavana bldg COME AND SEE US • We c.m furnish you a Hat of flat* • and house* In all aaetlona of city. • *25 upward; this service Is free; • call lo parson. Rental Depart ’ PATERSON BROS. & CO. • 189 Orlswold-at. Main 265. TWO-FLAT. 6 rooms and bath each, on Holcomb near Gratiot. Must aell. *4,300 Part cash, balance eaay. INTERNATIONAL BLDG A REALTY rO„ 510 Sun bldg Cherry 1509. 516 JEFFERSON E. TO WOODBRIDGE—3Ix2OO 18-room brick—l2s.ooo. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. TWO-FA MILY FLAT Edmonton-av*. close to Grand Riv er. B V.. 7 room* each 4 bedrooma, oak finish: ptvad street: aide drlye, double garage Here la an exeep tionallv good huy and well built. Call MB GRAY. 2140 Grand River. Garfield 158. TFLAT, NR. LAWNDALE New and modern; rental 81,140; easy term* or will exchange; *8,750. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bid*. TiIALMERS AVE. Seml-bungalon, near .leSTeraon: eight rooma four bedroom*, modern-, price right, terms. ALEX WATSON Bfi.3 Hammond BMg LEASE OR PROPERTY for sale or exchange. It paya to look for quick deal. B. Friedman. 450 Rivard. SINGLE HOME 40-foot lot. 3 bedrooms and sleeping porch fireplace, sun parlor, built in bookcase* and buffet: room for aide drive This Is located In the La Salle Gardena district, *7,508 with term* CLEMENS KNIGHT. MENARD A PAUL, Martlndale Branch. Walnut 1749 WOULD s list of bert bargains In Detroit Real Estate, vacant and Im proved, Interest you? DICKINSON'S GT’IDE gives you this Mslled on request. Dickinson s. Dept T. Detroit. 8-ROOM Bl NGALOW DOUBLE. G\R AGE. *s,:.B'> TERMS 2 bedr'">ma, batii first floor side drive. WILL ST. JOHN & CO. JIT Earvi e)J Hulg Cherrv 3480. | 52 Y 1 \RL\ IV '< 'Mi- New r. '-st artm»nt building In I*4- m b circle completely furnished. No rc• nt- See RIUhlrK. 48 Hr wav 2-FAMILI FLA -r NEAR wrv*r»WARD 8 rooms, fireplace t ft. tot garage WILL ST. JOHN & CO. 4 IfT-Fnrwall Mr. OwrryNl46h, I yow S %I.K—F4CTOHY HI II.DISOgrOR 4\I.K—fUTtHIY Bt II.OIKM MODERN FACTORY OR WAREHOUSE 1 52,000 SQUARE-FEET CORNER; right down steel and concrete construe- 1 tion; immediate possession can be given. PRICE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. DOWNTOWN REALTY CO. 1 JOHN S. HENRY, Manager. Cad. 7615. 602 Farwell Building* HI *l\E**» OlTOltn Nil'll;* RI'IIKKII OITOUTI MTIBI HOW APD H. PERRY PHIL A DONALDSON ~(i. A.DKLONQ Notary Public EASTERN INVESTMENT MORTGAGE BOND COMPANY, JNC. REAL ESTATE RENTALS, LOANS ON INSURANCE We Buy Mortgages and Land Contracts 619 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (Formerly of 816) Office: Cherry 2234 DETROIT, MICHIGAN FOR a a I.K—IIKXIUMftCK PHftPKUTV FOR MI K—FACTORY 9|TR» BUILDING PLANS. $lO Rouse* bungalow* and fiats. Ander lun |*| i ftmpi#. i FOH MUe-UAMT UITJ GRATIOT HIGHLANDS 40 Feet, bargain $275 Eastlawn, near Gd. River.ss7s Lumley, near Michigan. . .$390 EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. BOSTON BLVD. EAST Near John B . 86x1 78. $11.55*. MARLBOROUGH AVE. 4*l ft., near Fiend. 12 000. 35 ft., near Krnte *** 7 B HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. j WILL pay cash tor vacant lots, houses, flatis, stores, acreage, real estate equities. Land con tracts bought; quick and sat isfactory deals. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg.^ LOT 50x115 on Bishop-rd In Grosse Points. *I.BOO. Easy terms. INTERNATIONAL BLDG A REALTY CO., 510 Sun Bldg. Phone Ch'y 1 509. Printing—the plain nent kind —thnt la right-—Time* Job l>et»t.—>lnln ■4"iWl. FOR 4.4I.K—FARMS OAKLAND COUNTY Have a choice farm of 100 acres near ■ tone road n«*rth of Pontiac; soil is fl rat -class, tile drained; 7 acres of good timber; 12-room brick house, modern with furnace, basement barn 40x80, horse and grain barn, and other outbuildings; all very good, force water system to all building*. A beautiful country home. Price only $12,600. Terms very easy. 90 ACRES. LAKE FARM. Choice farm, bordering on two large lake*, has 7-room house, barn and outbuildings; tome fruit, shade ami In good location. If you want to get out of the city ace this. Price onlv *8,500; term* or trade. TfcOMLEY-WILSON CO. Cadillac 6909 1016 Cham, of Com. Bldg. 5 ACRES Out Mlrhtgan-ave., ready to plant; adjoining Harroun Motor Cos.; ideal ■oil; firef-clasa investment. Price onlv *1,850; terms eaay. 6 ACRES Out Jefferson east, near lake, and Ideal location Just below Gross* Points, on main road. Price only $360 par acre, terms. 5 ACRES Out Gratiot. 4 miles from city, First class garden soil ready to plant. Price only 1460 per acre. Terms. BACRES Out Orattot-ave., adjoining subdi vided property, only 4 miles from city; has large ham on It and Is In first-class location. 3Vtl! make apeclsl price snd sell on terms TROMLEY-WILSON CO. 1018 Chamber of Com. Cad. 6909. 5 ACRES WITH BUNGALOW 13 miles from city hall, one-half mile from car; all crops go with the place for *l.f>oo; on terms. 5 ACRES One mile from Wayne, half mile from car and Mlchigan-ave.; first-class garden soil, a rare huy for $1,625. ONE ACRE With 7-room modern bungalow 10 mile* from city hall. 800 fn*t from car close to schools and stores; will sell on easy term* CALL MR WENTWORTH. TROMLEY-WILSON CO. 1016 Chamber of Com. Cad. 690 J. Farm Bargains 50 a. only 17 miles out llest buy tn Oakland county for **.sae. 80 a free and <"l*ar; trade for city property Immediate possession 340 a stock farm, all Improved, a big ■nap and easy terms 10 a. close to Wayne house barn and granarv. *4 ",ort *I.OOO down. MALONEV-G VMPRELL REALTY m. 504 Free Press Bldg MOST BEAUTIFUL FARM TN MICHIGAN Fine buildings silo, first-class tool*. 14 fine head rattle 4 hor-c*. 2 brood sows. 1.300 chickens. *4 mile to good market. 1 mile from fine lake. 25 mile* from Detroit; crops all in. *6.500 will handle; balance eaay. MARTIN & SAMUEL 322 HAMMOND RLDG. 25 ACRES At T’tlea: Ideal garden farm; good *- room house Is-g- ha r n and all other outbuildings, plentt of fruit all ready to move on, t.rlce *4,600; terms TROMLEY-WILSON CO. 1016 Chamber of Com Cgd 6009 ONE-HALF ACRE”' with iiorsu At Halfwsv. close t., line; new 6-room bouse with half acre land fine for gardening pr!« e l? ono on easy terms Tr«>mloy. Wll*«>n dr Cos., inis Chamber vs Commerce. | radlllac 6909 ( ~ READ THIS~~ 40 acres. Wfilnut-rd '-ne mll» from 1 car Jtne. »»,> miles to Orcliar 1 , I«ake. Brick house, bank barn . Good clav soil, eight a •!•••* wood I lot Bargain at *.'. 29<V Term*. | BROOKS & MONTGOMERY in Hammond bldg main 4*75 I And Contracts Accepted f,,r 80-acre farm near < ao*d m goo Splendid d»ep bla- k nri t< Good mads, ehurrhes. and school, m’le* to ra'lr «and Kts • tton B.>« 9? Time* * 4'l*w*on nbovs *; «va» "K. min- l ut*s to Ford’s Near car Pn- 4- I room cottage house barn p ire * a - Immediate possession. Ad- I dram owner, bog C, No. 29* Tlm*«k | PETER KEHOE hsr. the .post desirable; 7-MUe-rd. frontage n large or small portion*. If lookinf for anything tn the real •■state line call Ridge 435-J H 11.41, BST Ym OPPORTINITIBS LIST Yoni PROPERTY WITH trtL IMPROVED AND VACANT WE HAVE BUYERS WAITINO. EASTERN INVESTMENT MORTGAGE BOND C 0„ INC. Phone Cherry 2134. 619 Chamber of Commerce Bldg, ( FORMERLY OF 811) COME IN AnTTtRADE and d,,n’t want for something yogi don’t have find do nant We have Improved property, vacant, land »ontr*ct*. farm*, hotels, room* Ine houses, etc., to trade. Sec Llbowit*. with WILSON 516 Chamber of Cotnmeree Bldg. FOR HALF—ACRF.AGK 10 Acres Near Wayne: bouse, barn, granary. chicken house, only *4.500; SI,OOO down. MALoNEY-CAMPBELL REALTY C<X 5« 4 Free press Bldg. ACRES OTSEGO COUNTY. About 75 per cent, good agricultural land; balance good for Price *4 per acre. L. S. LINTON, Gad. A424. 1448 Penobscot Bldg. FOll 941. F—9l HI BRAN PROPRRTY BE SURE TO SEE -our Summer Homes near tha Beautiful Lake St. Clair. All modern convenience* In cluding water, sewer, private garage; small payments down, balance same as rent. Taka Lake Shore Mt. Clemens car, get off at Defer road. FINEMAN REALTY CO. Cherry 3037. 408 Congress bldg. FOR 9A LB M Of'SCI .1. A 9 ROUS I- | . TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES. NEW AND USED. *2O to S6O. Easy terms. Renting *I.BO up. Csll No. 7 Cam pus. next D*-t. op. house. Cad. 66M. SODA FOUNTAINS, new and used; steam tables, store furniture, cof fee urn*. Easy terms. Geo. ICarsk Cos . *0 East Atwater-st. Main 4781. ROOMS- Furniture for rooms com plete, *1 week. Sumner. Mich. A j STORAGE furniture, nearly new, bar gain price. Sumner Cos. Mloh. 8 4th, AUTOS AND MOTOROTCLM PIERCE ARROW in fine cor* dition; cash prtopositioot cheap. Will demonstrate. Call Ridgre 5263-M. MONBI TO LOSS MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTS Liberal loans on real estate. Second mortgage realty loan* Will buy equ.tle* In vacant lots aad Improved property. EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg. LAND CONTRACTS bought. Quick and satisfactory deals. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg. CONSTRUCTION LOANS Liberal amount*. J. F. Weber, 204 Grstlqt. WE "Bl’?" LAND CONTRACTS. Detroit Land Contract Cos. *1? 41* Hammond Bldg Cad. 58141 STORAGE AND CARTAG■ Ul-:NTK 4 L STORAGE CO., inovlna. packing, fireproof; rates right. Mo. tor van* for suburban moving. Phone Cadillac 69. ACME storage mammoth wnrahoogit Storage, moving M. 899 41 Gilman, p ABTY - MOVING to Gsitfornl* can rent of car. Central St. rag* —Gad iDa- si i PERSONAL ■NOTICE —ls any poor girl la 1b trouble, needing advice, friendship or help write or call onfIECIUB | TSBY MARGARET E*UrFY. ISIf Fort-st West. Salvation Army. WILL I' \BTIES who witnessed auto c.llls . n < n <1 and Biver-ave. si M• ■ nnl• •rd . Sun-lav night May s♦. please -• <s 11 name ar-d addreas, for iny pt ■'eetlon. to W. D Bi»Sfttg Stratbmnor. Ml ’h.? w I * 1 PI HI.IC 50TH11 1 V*- ’’if’ • Whnm It May ConoolW I Takn notice that on Tuesday, t-> A D 1917, at 3 o'clock p. Ok. Mlcl,igan-ava., in tbs rtt- i D*t> It Michigan, all ar ticles <-i thing* from num her 60388 611** i ft 1n pawn with Stain -1,... » -I office, of the City of |i oi* Mlch'gan, w!’l »*• sold Sa V Ith , h:»pti 1 *. section 8 of Datratt <■ ordln.src#s '* , rlnb*rg'* laail Office, bv Steinberg. 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