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THURSDAY. JULY 2«, 1917.
Keeping Up With the Joneses HErtfc Con.ES TH«T OLX> ) how ftRE ] f BEWTLy’J F'nALLY I CALLED ( SO HE i'EWT * 'l J GrttOuCH UHo’j ALWayJ you TQDSY 1 D'(Wt CLOSE ' I CLERK. An' COMPUMnEQ Boy OUT On' £ Kickin' oooot every- cutter ny Eyas au night, I he said he woulp Tolo the oceon -thing OT -the hotel' j kJnuSH* / the cjceon naOE R r R Tnc Ht C<U “ nctt To moke jo y «j v v — I vJuch o noise' I IPol Po FQg ’~ ns / 1 trocH noise eh? J W, HOME RULE CONVENTION IN SESSION Ninety Delegates Meet In Effort To Solve Irish Problem HOPE FOR ERIN IS SEEN IN MEET People Themselves Are Now Settling Own Difficulties DUBLIN. July lift Ninety-odd Irishmen met behind clr-ed door* here Wednesday to undertake eettle menf of Irish Question The meet Ing rtpreaented »h* moet striking effort ever made t»> dispose of that ?eren hundted ye ir old l-*<»ie and la hollered to offer greater hope than any previous one. .-tine* it is in the hand* of the Triah 'Tiemsclve*. The convention includes represent ative* of the irleh Nationalists. Un lonlata of Ulster, Unionist* o? South Ireland, local governing bodies, churchea (Catholic and Proteatant). commercial Interests and education al inatltuiiona It doe* not include Ffnn Feiner?. independent National lata or Soclaliata. hut ia nevertheleaa regarded ms exceptional!) repreaent ntlre of Ireland Ore.it crowd* ni'4**e<l *n watch aa. semhllng of the conference around Trinity college. (Join* of the dele Kates attended a apeclal aervlco at Ht. Andrews’ church The delegate* hope to rotne out of thglr meeting aeveral wroka hence with a constitution that will he accepted hv Ireland and Britain I*remier LJo> d-(Jeor,*e baa declared tny r*' aaonarde one v* ill It, accepted by England Ulster, aa nlwava, conatltufe* the point of niAfn dlfTerct re Ulster’* delegate* Inalat their six countieM must be excluded from any hotne njle p filament proposition The Nationalist' ,»rr noi disposed to consider any proposal for dividing Ireland and think it will be poaai Me to ahow that home rul* will not mean domination of Protec" tant Ireland b> Cnthnlh Ireland But nobodv in Dublin had any ex pwctatlon that the meeting opened •„oday by H K Thike chief *erhetary for Ireland and temporary chairman, would prove an untroubled, peace able parliamentary affair. The GIRLS' I ’"r’vj job ll —1 ■■ .1. ■ - *rrr. & By JESSIE ROBERTB One big other In New York city that occupies three entire floors of a majestic building has Just In i stalled ofhee girls In place of boys. It Is paying th*-m the same salary. This office requires intelligent work from Its ofhee corps, and the men It used were only hoys by cour tesy. If you can put it that way. They were 19 and 20 years of age. Half of them volunteered or be longed to militia unit*, and were called away “I/et's try girl*,’* said the man ager. They did. Now they And It works wall The young women are polite, quick, and interested In the work. They don't smoke cigarettes nor whistle, they haven't been seen matching pennies, snd when they are sent on an errand they return In a phenomenally short time. But there wae one drawback. “We didn't want competition In clothes going on. esch girl with higher heels and fancier waists than the next one,” said the manager. “So we decided at once that there must be a uniform. They have to wear black and white, a plain black skirt and a plain white shirtwaist, ands cap. Instead of every Imagina ble kind of a hat.” The Idea In that office seems to be that office girls are going to be a permanent institution. “And a girl can get a fine busi ness training If she’s smart and am bilious," was the concluding word of cheer. Mr* Ella Hoover Thacher. for more than 20 years superintendent of \V C T. U work among soldiers and sailors, has visited every mill tary and naval fort of the UnPed State* and practically every battle rhlp Children Ory rOR FLETCHER 7 CAST O R ; A GROCERS OFF FOR THEIR ANNUAL ALL-DAY FROLIC It required two boat*, the Tssh moo and City of Toledo, to carry the members of the Retail Grocers’ association, their families and friends, to Tashmoo park. Wednes day morning, for the annual all day outing There was no hint of food con servatinn or shortage of thoee things such as hard-boiled eggs, custard pies, and doughnuts, which make the average picnic a joy today and a "tummyaehe" tomorrow’, in the baskets and boxes of lunch stacked up on the decks after being unload ed by perspiring folk from the fnm My automobile, or ’pa's" delivery wagon There seemed to be no end to the grocer folk who were bound to get on one or the other of the big boats That the picnic would be a success was settled before the boata loosed their moorlngi. In Tashmoo park there will be a program of games and athletic events, tug o' war, dancing, etc., for which handsome prizes have been offered There promised to be some diffi culty in selecting the grocer with the largest family to whom a prize of a ham and a side of bacon will be given The woman’s committee of the Council of National Defense Is com piling Information concerning all the field* of industry opened to wo men s* a result of the war and lists of woeion who desire to take the plaees of men called to the colors Marriage Licenses nmnnl Rees. 74, Detroit Mary A Morris. 22, same te»«*> Manus. 24. Detroit, Helen Cameron. 19, same W Alexander. 21. Detroit. Ruth M Hear. 3*. same Joseph H Kelly. 25, Detroit: There** J Rush, 27. *sm» William F Cole. an. Petr. It; Ore. trude J Monroe 2*. same. Claud Riley. 3*. Detroit, Nora A*'k | erman. 23. earn*- Dorsey t>. Ktewarf. 35, D«-tr»lt; ! J< nnle P Archer. 29. s«rne William Brown. 7 r \ letrnlt; Alice ; K 3V. 'Richardson, 57. enme,. Mexandnr Sokolove, .’2, j Catherine Koxsuch. 19. same. John Grlcfu*. I*. Detroit, Mary | Grlgallkc 30. came Edward Holden 23. D*trott; K»- ] tella Milton, 2»'. same Amos W Null, 55, Rr;iddock. Pa ; Fannie Jenkner, T 9, same Mm Mugner. 25. Detroit. Ruth fllrenhau 22, same Itohert Mann, ?8, Detroit Florence j Flagger. I*. •am*- Donald R. Blakeslee. 22. Detroit . F.ts M Sherwood, 19. same Jacob Frisch. 31. Wyandotte; Rose Dennis. 24, same John Kudeika. 22. Detroit; Ger trude Gratae*. jn, *am«> John Proeirck. 28. Detroit raullne Andrus* 22 same. Francie A Schneiders. *2 Albany. V T Irene M Andre, 81 snme Arthur Cadarette. 19, r>etroit. Marie Kocher IS. ««me Jatpes Davidson. 33, Detroit Orsee Dexter. 23, same Wm. M raid well, J*. Detroit Mag gle tVede. ;s same. George M Nefus. 34, Detroit; Jen nie Williams. 22. same. Wmflrld M Slack. 2*. Detroit; Paltna A. Young. 12. seme. Robert A Renslnacr. 24. Detroit; Myrtle H. Krouse, I*. same Adam A Wllciynskl, 20. Detroit; Josephine Kulrcyl. 18. same Roland A fuse, 21. Toledo Ber nice Thomas. 27. Lima. O. Stanislaw Domanskl. 89 Detroit; Antela Martynlak. 18, same. Andrew Sipyeka, 24, Detroit; Marcysnna Tomastek. 23. sams Anton! Stepan eh 1, 23, Detroit T<ena Tauskaiska. 21. same Joseph ft twwandowskl. 28, De troit Ross P Rtesehke. 21. same. tf<nry Kenkowskl. 21. Detroit; Al exander Pubrowska. 23, same Felix Sayslak, 30. Detroit. Lillian Kowlnwska. 19. same Stanislaw Sfnslak. 24. Detroit. Bronislaw Oshlgia. 21, same. Michael Zlolka, 24, Detroit. Mary Ropa. 20. same cseslaw Kurcesecwskl, 20, Detroit; Josephine TsaeMenda, 20. same F.Jward Fraaho, JO. Detroit, TAlßan Reska. 17. same John Chtblak. 24. Detroit. Cathar ine Seesaw, 21, same. Julius Boler. 29, Detroit; Minnie Oraechowskl. 38. seme. Gilbert Llndherg 21. Detroit. Fdlth Peltier. 28. same * tohn Schoepper. u 6. Detroit, Julia Hutne. Bft. same Guleeppo . rar.ao. 57. Detroit; An tonia uklrngna. 17. same. Births GIRLS TV Farnuharson, 8113* McClellan-. P Htiway, 1C Hosrner; if TTVtier, 118 S’evtns: 11 A Dswald. 275 Cadillac, p Woodward Charlevoix hotel q, J. nail. Jl« Sheridan. A Nall, '>B2 Mont clair. K Hoctifcr, 837 Kerrhcval. A. J. Rousseau, 841 Bewick. I. A. Bar rett 452 FV lvldere J. Herr. 88ft Kaet Boulevard A • Urjoln. 92 Hutton; (’. Maltal. CB7 Franklin. D Brreen. IP O St Aubln; J Bnrlnskl, 312 Palmer F. . J. r> Boos, 3.3 Avery; R Manntco, 349 1 - Relte. K Bartolone, 188 Cardonl; J Nuekover. Wi Warren W . M 35 alter. 178 Maple. F Hatek 188 Wanda. J. Fhydtowskl, 759 Harper J K. Halrln. | 112 F. CenfWdd. H. W Kanouse. 11.35 . Second P Prt*ko|*. 88 \ddlson. A. Slkowakt. 12J5»y Twenty-flfth; s Pv tltwlcs. 222 L) man. 11. Kl>. 912 Mil waukee. J Purulew-eki. Bftl K. War ten. F. SlWek. 95} Sylvester; F Kra nlrh. 180 ft Fisher. T. V ateon. 988 Third: W Stubs, 488 Dartron; M. Slapyk. 84 fforatlo W. F Conllsk. 117 I3f»c'iw«rnl, 3* Solkft 233 ?A)Vett. F G llardman, cor. 33’ehb and H«l --mur G A. Polens. 8o Hatlet. L Sxes. ' ■ rrkl. 881 Warren E . J. Grsexskow sky. 18ft" Dubots, k Provanrano. 323 . Cascade; w. A 33’tlaon Graftot and I 3V »odlawn J. Jams*. 1318 Junction. | C. O'Brien. 548 Orleans. J J. K* er her, 15x2 Concord, K A Burtneslis. 181 Llnsdale; L Stanek 590 Harper. J Piesko, 4‘» Peters- n BOYS S Mycluda, 93 Pulaek! 1 Burk. 872 Eastlawn, Taylor. 055 Twelfth K. Hackett. 8>»1 33'e*t Grand tilvd C S Buchanan f4l Northw>--1 ei n . I Hed son. Jr , 43i> I.aHall*-, c. I Petti*. 417 Kastlawn, C K. Be«»ford, 509 Falr •v|ew, J. Haczor. 73 Thirtieth 33'm. Hayduk. 85 Thirty-fifth; J Howak. 819 Campbell. A Rva 120 Konkel T Tallinn. 18n* Raldwln J. Kane. 1062 Oakland. S Priest. 29.4 Adelaide; J. A Wuk-'VUz 348 .Twenty-second; H Allen. SfG Ptihols. J K< n e.-r.ke 743 Frederick B Plolrowekl 507 Grsndy; B Hayes I<P Miller. I' McCartney, 376 Clark, I' Lana. 531 W Concord; J E Salrln, 112 E ''unfleld. W 80.- ? , 83 Averv, I>. Rohlnson. I'»-arhorn. Mich. J H-nntng. 115 Columbu*; A hrycki. 701 Dubois: F Surms, lot Willi* L V*-a<er. 389 Army. F Blush, 180 Twentieth Deaths Fdmund Sut*ne«ck. i"h:ldren‘s Free hospital, b jar* pneumonia, Mary Lehert. 88 Atkinson. 5 months, pnen. monla Minnie Prehcn*. u’lrper hoa pllai. 53 years. - -rrhosl* of liver. I “an Sullivan. Herman Kiefer hospital. 9 | years, diphtheria Albert T Mielke. 585 Fourteenth. 87 years tubarouln ' sis; Rronlsls'va Korhtnskl. 35 Kel | ier, 11 month*, cholera infantum. Edward Mlark* 82 Copeland, 3 months, whooping cough H*-yrnan | Koplan. 499 ftsstlng- 21 vear*.- I drowning. Mildred Andrews, Gra» e 'hospital, 19 years, chronic myocardi tis; Clarence GnMlleb, 380 Hague, JO years, meningitis Marie Payne. 1808 Central, about 4 month* > holers In fantum Robert John, Hi rinan Krefer I hospital 3 m-mthit. diphtheria Mrs , Lott*. Receiving hospital. 8.3 year* ! myocarditis. Holnmon fleorge 250 Tailfth 2 rnontlx. <-ho|i>n Infan tum Peter Kristopher. Herman Kte j fer hospital 3 -n i; eta*. <»1o. j vanni i I'lluno, 260 V3'oodbrldge. 1 year, cholera Infantum. Maty Cfew-ly. .14 Ct Patti. 53 are e.-ute nephrl t!* 33'illtam Michels 1254 Pennsyl vania, 1 da\ < on* nltal heart le sion Hattie Davis R-'et-.-Ing hospi tal "4 years stab wound; Franklin i: Mung'-r. 70" Uurlbut 81 years. 1 chronic neptiritis; Alh'n Thieda 633 I Plquette. 1 no-nth, loha* pneumonia, | Stanley Antcsak, ] tor. function it [years cerebral hetncirhsge; Helena I Lawandow «1< House of Providence. 29 vcitr*. pm •jet il -' p-T ~ Caroline Zielke, 589 Theodore ",5 years heat prostration Vlalke J(« akowskl, Mt. Elliott and Milwaukee. 35 jear*. |n *iuesl pending, Mnrv Rlt* Cramer. 6'G tJarlnnd, .3 mnnthx, falrmentary de composition Alice Thurman. Provi dence hospital. sft \ ears appendici tis. John Arthur, Ift", Winona. 53 years; Amelia Filer*, 9* Frank. .27 v»m* Graves disease. Adell Haherle. 480 ?!tierld«n. 21 '’ears. P.ltiard phth isis, John Mallout h Little Sisters of Poor 7ft year*, tuberculosis. Cum mings Nicholson, 83ft Lafayette E. 66 year*, cirrhosis nf liver Joseph ine 53 arsyeha. lft< Southern. 7 months, cholera Infant'irrt Rudolph Wienonk. 289 Rraudon. months cholera Infantum Innet( <i>r!d. 41 C's grain, 45 vmr'l, uremia G»orge 33". Totßl 32 Homer 2ft '»vr<, valvu lar Instlfflctencv . Peter Vsselln 48" Clinton. 81 venrs, ■ arcinoma re turn, j Helen Plyley, Hat per hf>spttal, 17 - sear* lobai pneun-onia MOIITI IRV BfHKV*3t- Daniel. July 34. age 71 vears beloved husband "f Ann Lllrabeth Frroven. father of Dan iel S.. Jr., and Mrs Uniter Wheel er Funeral from fh* ••**!denrr of his daughter. 1175 Igifayerte blvd west. Thursday. July 28. at 2 80 p tn UKI.P W A2TKD—MAI.K BE A DICKINSON SALESMAN The demand for salable Im proved Detroit properties Is In creasing daily; no letter time In the hittoTy of Detroit for good salesmen to enter the real estate profession was ever of fered; no Arm spend* more dollars and ftm» to educate Its salesmen tn the handling of Detroit real sststa than we do, snd successful completion of our real estate course entitles you to a certificate many men spr nd thousands of dollars pfei arlng to take up a profes sion that has for its future not one-quatter of the money-mak ing power that wc offer to you for nottilnrf; all we ask Is good character, progresslvenes* and a willingness to learn proper methods: the co-operative spirit has won for this Arm a conA denc* that we ore proud of and which I* *hsr«d by every man tn this organisation, remember thsre Is no limit put on your pay snvslope and promotions come rapidly to the right man, from salesman to superintend ent. to division manager, etc. For further particulars re garding new i la*« starting Wednesday talk with r.nr sale* manager dtcktnson Real frtatk EXCII VNOF. 71 OR IA3VOT,T>-gT. 100 MEN TO DI i IVER TELr EPHONE DIRECTORIES; HIGH SCHOOL BOYS PRE FERRED; C;CK)D PAY. AP PLY AT THIRD FLOOR OLD GAS BUDDING. MICHIGAN STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY A J. rEI F ER. 2 TIME STCDY MEN Three sfAc!en<v m n; 7 stockmen; 1 tool <lesign»r. 3 typists, I draftsmen and tracers, 3 factory clerks 4 production clerks: 1 compositor; I Inventory clerk. 4 «h»p clerks; 3 high school boy a, 112 6 factory timekeeper*. 8 boys; |2 50 for off. fee If It suits rou. KINCAID 71 33'est Fort - *t., '»pp. PostofAce. DKNT’AT tl*|l*t»'S6 ®tg guarsa tae6 salary and 2S*6 commission; food poufs Apply at one#, Utopia enMsfs, 98 Michigan. Main 4<*f. UKI.I* lU.Yi'gU—MALK MIDDLE AGED MEN I want 10ft men over 35 ft* machine tender* big new factory. n>> es perlen< e n> ceshi.rv, steady, vhance to learn.* 3<ic hour and piece work: can make $.3 day. Hurry, hurry, hurry. The Square Deal Employment Office. A regl Job or money hack. Star Employment. 9 Waehington-blvd "bricklayers • 8 per thousand in the wall. I charge you tl for the Job. KINCAID 71 West Fort-st.. opp. Pn»tofA«-e. A HUSTLER" | A bright energetic gentl»msn from 21 tn 40 years of age, who can be gen tle and courteous .to the public. Good opportunity for promotion. Mu*t call In person for further par ticular* 21*-8 Farwell tddg , De troit. Mioh. K-V’TIiRY LABORERS, 3.sc. , Pie»m Hammer Helpers. 32c and p. m. C'.,n*tructlon Laborers, 35c. Factory Helpers. 32c OfAce fee, |i, KINCAID 71 West Fort-st., opp. PoitofAce. Raxk hangers wanted for Ford work. Apply Kelsey Wheel Cos., Windsor. HKI.I* 3VA.NTKD—KKMAI.B GOOD POSITIONS At Good Salaries We can place capable young women in desirable positions. Y’cu draw good pay while taking a course in our Oper ators’ Training Department und learn a business that means more money and steady advancement. No slack seasons. Steady work the year round under very pleasant surroundings. Benefits too numerous to mention. , Apply Operators’ Training, Department, Madison avenue and John R. street, between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. MICHIGAN STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY t.'ASS-AVK.. N'<>. 789 A competent i maid for general tioua* work g std cook, family of thro* adult* r*f cr**nc*s required, good wage*. j ■mploi ran i MunrciiM DIE SINKERS DIEMAKERS NO FEE CHARGED Re*t factory in th* city. KINTAII) 71 5V FORT-«T. OPP. pOSTOFFICE ACCOUNTANT, b'-iokke*per, corr**- | ponilent, railroad, claim, trafAc. coat, production, gro. j eery, haddwarc, ato, k, zhipping clerk* car checker, collector, ealea man 626 Chamber of Commerce to lUßT—Room*. A HOTEL in the quarter-mile elrcj*. Ju*t completed THE COMMODORE 138 CASS-AVK One block from Waehington-ave Rate* from 13 to HO a week All room* light and airy, running not and cold water in room*, tele phone*, ahowera and bathe. DOROTHY HOTEL at 685 Second, for Indies and Gen tlemen, Juat completed, running water each room; beautifully furnlabed; 13.50 per week up. HOTEL FRANKLIN Cor. Larned and Ratea-ata. ,Foir block* from River Steamerw on*- helf block from Interurban Depot. European, fl, $ 1 50 and (3 per day. Weekly rate*. TO RKNT—HOUIE9 A A A. A. A. A. A. A. Hannan Rental-Agency A free Hat of ho ace apd Aata. f*atl In ner*on at the olde*t and largest 1 r«al e*tatr exchange tn Mlchlgao 1 McORAIV RUIt.DIVG . MARLBOROUGH AVE., 862 Six room* newlv built, hardwood Aniah UNION TRUST CO. Rental Dept. Main 1970 YOU DIDN’T GET ONE of oui beautiful little hungaluw* j thf* week, and mark our wo r d*. von had better *e» ue at nnre. LOCATED 10 minute*’ i-tdc fr<>m Ford 3fotor. •hort .llelxnce ndtth of new 7-mlle auto-blvd.; lot 24ftxI80 feet: better than en acre, price for all 12.136; 125 ft c**t\ handle* It JOHN M WFI/’lt A SONS. 511 fMtne Rank bldg EMERSON AVE.. 832 Five room*,' newly built, hardwood j llnlah «’ft. UNION TRUST CO. Rental Dept. Main 4970 i Dl i tiuir 11tvies TO HEAT—Hot »Eb S3O AND $35" Two heated front Aat*. new, Janitor •m vict. fall :t t 437 Tavlor-ava. r> >t« . Main "319* FRANKLIN ST\] 221 I ivc room* rent reuaonabl*- UNION TRUST CO. Main 4970 Til KENT—KI.4TK A Al» 6 »4TMI7> I*. FIELD AVE. Between Ague* and Kt Paul. **»cond floor duplex. 8 room* and bath, hot water h<at furnlahed, $55 p« r month Can be acen only t>y ap pointment. HOMER WARREN & CO. 1 227 Chamber of Commerce NEWPORT AVE., 710-12 Two 5-roorn flat*, newly built. n< ar Continental Motor work* $-30. UNION TRUST CO. Rental Dept. Main 4970 FURNISHED APARTMENT S'x room*, flve t'urnlahed. two-mile I clr>:le. 33’nod ward hvo dlatnlct. Will rent thr*-e room* hn kit* henrtte. <>r entir* at-artm-nt fxll MR BCCK, Cherry 3ft Ift for partlculnra. AT MOSS APTS. . 148-80 BKKCH A 4-room apartment. n«-w bri*k. private bath, kltohen, ga.* rang*, refrigerator, new furnl ture diahe* atid *ilv*rware hot and < Id running water walking dletan* e. Special trimmer rate*. Cherry 895-R f>-ROOM FLAT, $37.50 Near F"rd ■* modern. cio*« to car. • "alt t'adlßat 5190. 403 Farweß h!dg 6-ROOM MODERN FLAT 439 Ch .pin-nve., an*t BX7 f.ennx ave PO if i H l—lit uu." n.c ».« STcRE. 2«*40, with two room* in rear tiled flo* r, *teel <-eiltntr mO«t beautiful »t**re and beat loention. t*n Hamilton-blx'd l:ent reason able. 828 Chatn. of Commerce. Cad lllAc 7609, A TWO-STORY building for laundrv or garage, maciiln*- ahon or at 'rage room, t'nll Grand 378*-R. ,\\ A.\TKI) 131 HI V MIHt K1.1.A \Kl#4 9 CASH for oM f.tlae te*th. gold crown*, broken Jewelry, dlamr-nd*. w*atchee, etc., full value paid Liberty Rfg. Cos 97 38"oodw and 4*si floor, elevator. W ANTICn—F A It M * FARM WANTED We want farm* n t).» etat* f Michi gan, preferabl) near y»ett It that ran be exi'hange ] for I 'etmlt In come property. if y-n have 'a«h and an e nitty of slft,ftoo g 1 5,0“ In a good property, get in touch with u-* at once. 33'e rl*o hava call* for 3 or ♦ very larg* tract* of land I INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT ' SANDERS - PHKNNAN - 'BtNRtNE CO., 210 Penobecot tildg Cad M*7. FARMS WANTED We have call* for improved farm* of ail acreage* within 100 mile* of Detroit If you have farm* sos aal# write ua at once or call ROSS LAND CO. 61 Kort-*t 3T#*t- Opposite p. O. Phone Cadillac 5611. BITINRPi OPPOnrt SfITIES ROOMING HOUSE for ale at 88 Howard-*t.: well furnished 16 mom*, cheap If tak*>n nt once: cauae for aelllng. leaving city Calt or phone Cherrv 3780-R FOH 6UB—SIiPMCI Iff Tl • * * BUNGALOW • 956 Navahoe-ave . near Mud* n Mo • tor Drive up to *er tl attractive • home on 35-f»ot lot witi, •; * <■ f* r •drive w aj- Full ba*< n t • furnace, h>>t wut*r heat* r no 1 • laundrj tub*; latre living »■ un «t • tractive dtnlng t" rn > • «r t • kitchen, 8 comfort* n*« • ' • and b*th Bn'lal *d In u • • and mahogany on * u 1 • The prlc.e I* low term* v> t'■ *'a*y • Open every dav PATERSON BROS. & CO. • 169 4 Ir: - v old t M ■ $4,000 —$1,000 DOWN For quick *al«\ n tilce co*> h une of »lx room* and bath, furnace hea\ <>ak floors nnd Aniah. B< ft fi nt age. on* Mock to Ilemllt-n >ar line. STANLEY HOME Eight room* »nd bath. ni"d<Tn to the minute, $1 ItiO with $1" . >•» than block to vat. You <au t hv thl* FERRY AYE. W. HOME of nine room*, oak floor' an ! flr ieh. steam h<*it 3-cat gun ge $ ,s'ift with s2.ftftft down; home and 1 1* - veat m»n*. GAGEN REAL ESTATE 1019 Hammond Blda <"b»ri * • BUNGALOW • • t-*r I *rl v• up tt • • I attl • Ive hold' <>» . f '’ t i' I ' • ft>r rtrivi-« »v Full bx*#nvnt • air ftitn*'*, hot .• >*-? »ud • laundi t tiit x- I v ■* - oin • attractive and ni>u. r < • e, er.t • kitchen. 3 mm fort (i • b f d • «nd bath fin h< • and tnabogati) ' pflM ll log • day • P 3 TUB SON 818 - A •lit Orta* M 12NET Arartment buibllng h*ri renting lo cation In city. $5 e 'ft doe n Call and *ee u* ai»"Ut life MALnNKV fAWt'ft ! I. R' AI.TT oo 804 rtU l MM ''L! •• By Po>s Kill * » Lb—llk i. *•«»..I oil I V H. J. RARBER’S Guaranteed Asbestos Stucco Improve, the lo<-ks >-( "!<l frnnie or hr>* k lio:: *>'K 100 i>•-r ' rut and make* |t ninlci in -uminer and wuntifr In v. inl**t S»»\ lug <>n loft ami coal klnioKt pa)x for work, ih it i *t hi.- 1 ftnai in 1 ' 'n! ui foj fltlmitt for stucco or cement »aHhi’i. East 3417 B. V., 9 ROOMS <>n nil)' of the best »tieet* In NORTH WOOf)WARD Built 1;* 1 <5, 4 bedrooms hiul Mfiplnr I'Oirli, o;»k fl*>■•m linlsh ivory and n.ah< if*‘ti\. billiard ''"*rri, 2-rar ga riio side drive. SO.foot lot. tin ln t•> i-sting horn* at an Interesting prior- Cull our Highlund Park Branch, n«-ml'"'k 2?>('2 ALLDIS & CO. Cherry 7340. , i of: l*nloi\ Tru«t Bldg. S2OO DOWN Move In, 130 munthb dandy 6-room modern bungalow* near <*ar lln«, Fast .Ifffcrinn di.-trlot only ft 000. FRED C. HATTON Main .10 4 4 Night*. North 3SI-.1. TOl-2 Empire MM# iold Oi« hMi ) FOR IMMEDIATE SALE LIST YOUR VACANT. RESIDENCE. DmVVTOWN ANr> FACTORY property with HOMER WARREN & CO. 1227 Chamber of Commerce. HECLA NR. KIRBY Cottage. fi rooms s>ti‘o Cabal ail, Near Lawndale 5 room a and hath. . $2,950 72 BEECHWOOD 7 roniriM modern,. . $4 S6O All ou eaax term* or will take va riant property. .. EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldpr. S3OO DOWN And S2O month will buy a good 4- room house. LlUlOrldgc, near Mark, $2,100 F. B. GUINAN 1465 Mack-ave. Hickory 871. SIOO DOWN Move In, s*'> montiil dandy new S-V room bungalow Hour <nr line FRED C. HATTON. Builder Ma<n .1N 4 l Night* North 083-J. 701-2 Empire told t»a*» Bldg 2 Family Flat on Van Dyke North of Kercheval 5 rooms down stair*, fi room* tip stairs, all modern except furnace; vary good rood tlon Price s.*>.4 rt c. A bargain with $7.0- ■ down and $35 monthly Call 7i« Concord. P.ldge if. o. SSOO DOWN 44 4 PENNSVI,VANIA -AVF. Neat- Charlevol7 rooma and bath, el-r-trlc light, 1 ? 21*117. $5 '(> dt-wn, hal*nc< t-a ay; $3 800 F. B. GUINAN 1465 Ma.-k-ave Hickory 37N McDoujrall nr. Davison New 5-room cottage, $250 down; price $2,950. Conven ient to Ford Motor Cos. EBERT. 309 Majestic Rid*. TOWNSEND AVE Near Gratiot. 2-att ry frame, 7 rnt.mi, hath, furnace, electric light*, $3- ALEX. WATSON *O3 Hammond Bldg 2-FLAT—SSOO DOWN Re* ween Muck anil Kerrhevnl; al * room* ari)l hath ea< h suit*. oak " ’ 1 uiy Term.* >5 2(0. F. B. GUINAN 1441 Mack ave Hickory 371 Two Family Flat Kuelid-av» -Moi-k and <>ne half from 1 Ilamilt l n on. brick veneer, six r- *' I )t * '1 '’.vn and seven up, oak fln lah; French door* Th 1 * li a good buy Price la '.'in fi f.on r*ah. Call • n ner. I Jarfl-ld l3 * 5 i-ioni- and hath, modern, oak floor* and finish ftirna<«- move t:gi t In 1 ne-ir 'nr and school; tine f<-r Kurd j MORSE & HASTINGS *2O chamber ..f Com IlMx fad. 4414 S( »M 1 BARGAINS We a- *eveiHl hj>' -trt < nt* *1 owing h-• , ner t* nt profit on Investment. f..r *l< or wilj ‘ v hang* for good tr- • .ic and 11»• n. 1 fin ri 1 COLE & LEWIS ’oH H'df<* B!rt,r. Cad 7173 DOUBLE FRAME- 13G ~ WARREN AVF. WEST -t* I • ■ i'll' 1 lot 7*114. Pen*.* j homer"WARREN & CO. I . is i • • • room* and hath, full haaem* nt. fur. • *•* <• lncrdrx I ‘*t water heater . . 1 : r-7'AT rsr : '. ... gs RAN ISON aye.' Neai Oak’nan •* r *l l r>• fi 1 tAftia 'full 1 ba*eineut e ..-•!» light lH,idwO"d *AT-EX W ATSON 7-M iward BRAND NFV STUCCO Fire r<*om* and hath - <nU ft ft*(t; h7)MER warren & CO KOH a tl.K—HKallllChii'K I'lml'KHlt Doi BLE HOUSE Ferr , \ nenr Second. flantal $1,440. Price sl2 ?50. EBERT, 309 Majeatic Bldg^ S7OO DOT! N buya modern bungalow near UI aimers and Hudson. aee©r nted pav'd ©treat. Faa thla: you will hu< owner. Hickory llh«-B LLm't OU BROifERTY f<r hi or exthanga. It para to . >k f r mlck daal. B. Frladman. 460 R vi.rd. roK a u.ii—i a* ivr hi r» ».I. pay cash tor vacant iota, ..oused, ilata, stores, acreage, rjal estate equities. Land con ducts bought; quick and tat f.iqtory duals. EBERT, 809 Majestic Bldg. EPWORTH BLVD. 8 Lot*—North I-ln*lade. ONLY $950 EACH HOMER WARREN & CO. 1 227 Chamber of Commerce TO text'll 4XO V —l« R4I. KWTATIC WE W ANT Rood single home* In De troit to exchange for Income prop erty tn Detroit We have one 5- at»t. and one 8-apt. that can be tranafened at thla time showing a fine Income. One take* no ca»h and one will take $5,000 tn c**b <Tet In toueh with u* for quick re turn* INVESTMENT department. Sanders-DrennanrSchinbine Company ?ca Eenobecot htdg. Cadillac 497 roll xai.k—KAßxra "twenty acres Twelve Miles From City Close to Stone Road 7-roon\ cottage, two good barna. and other out building*, building* are all painted and In good repair, will ln . |ml** nil crops, to give immediate r»o**ee*|on. Price $4,000 $1.560 duwn, balance <,n contract. Thl* will make an Ideal home for some one. TROMLEY-WILSON & CO. Cad. 890:*. nun Cham of Com Bldg IF YOU art looking for a farm, now la the tim< to *"c them. We have bar gain* In all elxa* Call and aee u*. 30 acre* adjoining a nice town. sl.o'>o each down, balance easy; also 40 acre with trout *tream 140 acres with bank barn, all good building*, all under cultivation. Trad*' for double house or two-flat. 2JO acre*. 87 mile* from Detroit All Improved, only sby acre. MAI.oNin CAMPBELL FtF.AFTT CO. 604 Free Prex* Bldg Eight Miles From Detroit 86 ncraa fliet-claa* garden aoll with 7-room house barn and outbuild ing*. also good land, all cleared; Includes ntock* and tool* with the farm; for a price of $8 000 term* easy, or might trade Thl* farm la located n«>ar Plymouth road. TROMLEY-WILSON & CO. Cad. 8900 1018 Chant of Com. Bldg. FORTY ACRES NORTH OF DKTROIT Good 7-room house, basement, hlp rc(,' barn, oth-r building*, all good; l.i> loiint noil, well fenced price |" (ino Owner* must sell. It’a a baigntn; SI,OOO down. TROMLEY-WILSON & CO. Cad. 6909 1018 Cham, of Com Bldg KE.E MR Me AD AMP about buying or Belling farm Mlchlgan'a oldest farm man IJSO W. Euclid. Gar field 233 M. Grand 4439 YOUR CHANCE 40 acre* of land only 28 mile* from cltv hall out Grand Rlver-ave., with 3-room hong*, small ham. gravel hatn aoll. excellent quality. All cleared Will Include crops, I horae*. S cows, 2 young cattle chh k-na end hoga for a price or $4,7 00 on easy terms, and give Im mediate possession. TROMLEY-WILSON & CO. < 'ad 6968 1916 Cham of Com. Bldg. GRAND RIVER Mile from Bedford, flve acres, very < hole* soil, only S4OO per acre; It’s a bargain; be quiek owner must sell. Term* eaay. TROMLEY-WILSON & CO. fad 6909 1018 Cham, of Com Bldg. rt)H *AI.te—MI3CKIAAXKUIIB STORE FIXTURES SODA FOUNTAINS for all kinds of store*, largest mfg of same in the city "Quality and Price* Our .-'Uoces't ” Hbow case* counter*, shelving, wall rases, back bars, eh«lr*. table*, etr. DESKS, CASH REGISTERS All wtyleennd sixes at cut rate prices DM Store Fixture Cos., 16-10 Cath erine. ne*j Urutlot and Ant r dne-*ts. Phone 4'ad 4733 for salesman. - .. —— - _-- » VMUN HABOAIN. full *lse Stradl- I MiriUH. used 12 year* excellent i tone, coat $35 new <ls with case | h iid b" w GBINN FLI. BrUM.' . Branch, f, 7 Monroe, SODa EORNTAINR. new and used; i steam table*. *t<»re furniture, cos- , fee urn* E'a*y terms. <)eo. Marsh Cos, 20 Fast Ata<ifer-st. Main 4751 s7*2 FOR KNA BE. PIANO, was fUO.j mahoganv. special this week; »»*v , I uy,elite GRINNKFI. Ith< »S . 246 j Woodward SOD 8 EOCNTAINS. new and used outfit* Price a’fthln reason AMF.KICAN S|»nW CA«F \ M G CO. 100 .TefTeraon. ’adlllae 2370 , FMFBSON PIANO only sl2 I down. | $1 weeklv tlolng quick GR'N- ; MILL I HDH’ Panch 7 7 M t.r - TV I’FAt BTTFRS 7.00, all rnaka* Me I n> . 413 t' s*•*) Vlsilil* rented < r ■ >)d f mo 3rd ft-., r. 180 .reTer *'>n II v. nc«i • dward \f |M)» erroitAGF fvrnlture. nearly new, bar gain prlc* Sumner Cos . Mich A 4th. j ftOt iMS Furniture for nmrr. com plete $1 week S'lmtifr Mich A 4th ■ ■?: ——■ —— — g— mmmrnm MON i t I'i LOA3I MONEY TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTS Liberal loan* an real estate Second m ,r tgng realty loae* Will buy >'qu.tle* In vacant b t* and j improved prop* rty. EBERT. 309 Majestic BM*. LAND CONTRACTS bought | Quick and .satisfactory deals. _j;iiFRT 809 Majestic BMk._ w ill Fay cash f» r good land c.int’*'' f r Mr lltrnum with W tlterm.in Ll* ter | cos' .'TRi- .~I fN Ida:.. Liberal I •nr -■ ur.ta. .« E, V.’etier, 20* G-. tint. w r. b'At land’ Detroit-Land Contract Cos. j tiv S’- Hammond Bldg rPI«. 9'IUHAt.K AMI (A It I \0 It. CrVTfl \T. STORAGE 00. moving, pa-klnr flrepr..,,f rat«>» right Hr. | ti»r *bt>B f>r -»ib»irbari muring. Ph- ne Cadtltao «6 ACMruge r.an,troth ws'elinusa. I St ri* rr -ring M *99 41 Oilman. * r\>’M v \ NO to CaVlfornTg >-in I rent nart of car. Cenlrgl dti.raga I Cos. Cadillac 89 I ■4»\o and mnsKm ■ toi, Position for Hiirh-Grade Men ami Women Nev*r in our history ha* the demand fur high-,grade help, especially wo men, bean In euen demand. Th# demand grow* stronger *Y«ry <lar and NOW 1* tha lima to ftRCURE a really go*>d position. Drop In and talk it over. Aak question*. IT 4'r>!*TH YOU NOTHING W# ara glad to e*|daln mu proposition ha cau»e \\ !■ RIOHT and Just as clean as that of sny RANK We especially naed MeJ# and female atenographera. Bo ’kkeepers, Al accountants and cost, credit, typists, billing and g’-nei al office cierke. good mechan ical draftsmen, purchasing stock r*-t urtl. Det. Bond & Reference Cos. 705 Empire Bldg. M*4T Atm rot MD FOUND, IN BOOK BLDG. Metal Photograph case Finder arlll return same to owner upon proper Identification and cost of' advertise ment* In News. Free Press. Journal and Time* Inquire of Hammerton, Times office. FOl’Xp A brown cocker spaniel*, male <! g. Call Animal 33 elfara „ aaaoclatlon. s4s .tefferaon east. Print In* —the plain neat hind—that U rlahf—Time* .Ink liept Mnlu 4AM. PEHSOtAL TO tv hum IT may O>NC E n N—+a ka’ notice that 1 will not be reapoo slhle for any tndehtedneee whateo evet contracted by my wife Kath ryn L. Colling* from and after thl* date Albert A Colllnge. 240 \tkln*nn-ave Dated July jl, 1017, Detroit, Mieh. KOTICE- —ls any poor girl la In trouble, needing advice, friendship or help, write or call on BUCRE7- TAPY MAndAßf’' UCFFT. 1017 Fort-et Weet Halvatlon Army. DANCING 4(11001.• ALL MODERN DANCES are guaranteed by Mil. CRAVEi In 6 private Lessons $5 In I v»ara MR CRAVBB privately taught 10,000 b< ginners without a failure. Begin your courge any day or night FIFTH FLOOR, 249 WOODWARD. AVF Get Mr Crave* on the Sth floor. Cad 4211. wrmwH ( \m»g. "edTBAGGOTT (CARTAGE Trucking GET MT CONTRACT PRIOR. fIAVH monLy SPECIAL TRICES lA?AD OB HOURj PXPRKPSINa TRTKKB ANY PAJIT OF CITY. 760. PHONE WEST 1196-R Printing—the plain neat kind—that la right—-Time* Jet* Dept—Ytatn 4MO. MORTOAfiK SALK DEFAULT having been made In tha oondillons or a certain Mortgage, dated the second daY of JanuaVT, 189.”), mad* by the MICHIGAN STONE A KPPPL.Y COMPANY, a oorporatlon orgaulaed and existing under tha law# of the State of Michigan, to tha UNION TRUST COMPACT, df Datrojt. Wayne County, Michigan a corpora tion organised and amatlng under tha law* of the State of MTahigan, aa Trustee, and recorded on tha 18th day of Januafy. 1894. In tha offlot Ot the Register of Deeds for the Coantr of Monroe. State of Mlohlgan, In Li ber $6 <>f Mortgage* on PagM 86 to 48 inclusive, and said default haw ing continued for more thgti threa months after notioa thereof; and WHEREAS, by raaaon or auch da» fault, and at the written raqileet of the holder of a majority 5f thg bond* secured by said mortgage, said Union Trust C°mpany nas eleeted to. and has declared the prtnolMl of #al<i bonds and mortgage due and pavabla forthwith In aoeordanoe with the terms of said mortgage, ae»U WHKRKAS, there la <laP#d to bo due on said mortgage at IM date oi thle notioa, »or prindlpa! nod Interest, the sum of One Hundred and •tty pine Thousand, On* flu«(1r«d aad Ninety - seven Dollar* 'fl 69, Iff .00). And no salt or proceeding jtt Ww having been Instituted for fa* re covery of the debt scoured by aaid mortgage, or (uiy part thereof. NfrW THEREFcRk,. notice la here by given that ny virtu# of the povrar of *n 1 e contained In said mortgage and tl <> ‘tatute In such case mad* and provided -iaid mortgage **lll be foreciosvil by the sale of the property deecrlhed therein, or so much thereof as may be necessary to si ittafy the amount da« on said mortgage with Interest and costs, at uutilic auction or vendue, to the highest bidder on Friday, th., gist ug V of August, 1817, at 12 o'clock noon, at the northerly entrance to the Court House In tha City of Monroe. Monroe County. Mien., (that being the building in wnich the circuit Court for said County or afrnroa Is held!, said property being described as foil''*’#. to-Wtt: The Xortn-ast * of the £ utheast V of Section twenty-nine (f|) Town ship flv* (3), south range eight 18) east, being the Townshib of Exeter, In Monroe County. Stare of Michigan containing forty (40) acre# of land.’ more or loss Also, all tharf certain piece or par cel of land situate and bring In the Township i*f Monroe Uountv of Mon roe and State of Michigan, bounded and described as follow#, to-wit; Brupded north by land oelonglng to j th*‘ Lake Shore and Michigan South ern R R Cos arid the south line of I said R R Cos., said lard extandtd easterly to the rtahf-of-wav *.f the I Michigan Central R R Cos. East by the \f C R R rlght-r.f-way. So*ith hv land nf Paul Dental and west by • aid I, SAMS n. R r Ight-of - way. Also all that certain i»lr<e or parcel of land situate and being in the ! Township of Exeter County if Moa ro< and State of Michigan, and <les- I crlbed «.*• f Mows, to• wit ■ All that port'on t.f the Northwest <4 of tha torthwest fractional >* of Section thlrtv-thrce (.7?) Township f * (6y, aoutfl rat g'* (S) t-n** *t«t lies north of «he Lake A Michigan Southern R;illr"ftd rPfht-of-way, and ixtundetl west and no- th by highways , e utheseterly by the right-of-way of *Bid It r. r-n. j Also, all that - *rtatn piece or pet rel of land ■ f'tated end being in the T- wnshlp -f Lxe*er Cu'iptr of Mon roe and Htst- f Mrt ’ gun. nod des cribed a* folic* * *e wit Being a part *f the *• utheaet of he soiith east of sert|f*n -Wen.v eight (28), town five I*l • nth. range eight east and betn* a strip of land '•) feet in ' n i in'll * t she f,|. lowlrg »)■ •*«■ ribed lln*' to-wltr Uom rrter' M g at Jhe • *-t ''tie r f said land near *he srcitheast corner thereof, wh-re this railroad crosses Tn*nr« running a **t a two-degree . urv* *i it'- to t point thr-» Vmndred twen ty Cve <B2fi» feet thenc* straight W ? 17) and 7-100 ft to th* highway. Als *ll that Lie •• or iiarcel of land slfostc and being 'n th» Town ship of Exeter Countv < f Monroi and gt*t* of M'i h'gsn and le*,-rihort as fr.lb w*. to-wlt A strip f land aix f*«n f.»et in « tdth < n the smith half thin f nfv e ght «ai<l • trip I ini rh* ft • > in width. c»n eech «!d fa I‘ >e ommeru.lng at a pi.il t *» *1 '■ West end of the switch In fro t o:* (7harl< * Angerer s * o«l kiln* running there* on a eevan-ds f. 1 - '.rve 7 rth. if nest one bundle,l S’d t*i(-tT-eigbt <IS U l feet Oil the r right f-wi) •i/ land nf (*!a r les Art* rer and Marv Angsrer. |v hundred and forty «S*o t fret on ’end* of said Angerer on a -i.rV • f sever d»rt»m north of west, then e cn a straight Hn<> si* degr»ea f— r . -h.. rot lilt# of Ch«t ies \ng rer’e land fifteen hun 4rr| sr.d two f»'et and eight In b»s 11.50f «>, V'so all and singular t>A right of wn r "ad bed of th» spur track oe rai'r'Xd *x**nlirg fi on tbs line of the l,eke h'h »re 4 Michigan kcoithern Itftilwsy st an tint near Criarl-a Ati gerer's r >al kilns to th* quarry k- )v» n es Woclmnth Quarry. To wn sh‘p of E**ter In the Coun*v of Mon. roe State of Michigan, together with #ll building* ants Imcmvemanta on the lanii* e hh * dee* rtb-d ITfION TRUST rOMPAVT. Trustee. Mortgage*, R> ('HAS. R. DIENJt. VV#-president. MILLRR. ?MTTH. CAHFIKLD, PAD* fhi'lt A TERRY; Attorney* fr* Mortgagee PAGE 7