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SATIU I).\Y, Jr L Y 2S , 19 17.
HUGE SUMS
DEMANDED
TORUNU.S.
War Government Asks
Between 10 and 11
Billions
W \SHI\(JTC)N, July 27 —Between
Ihi '•■mi.'mmmihu and 111,000.000,000 U
ili*' ipproxluiuto dUzy total th** gm
eminent will need up to Junt> 20,
l.'lv With the war department
* ■ "Kiiik a gross amount of s«7,'.tl 7,
>72,247, th«» navy department will
probably need bet ween 11,000,000,000
»■! <1 s2,*Hifl.ooo,o'to, while the ex
penses of other government
inanely- run Into ptupendouii tit;
tire*. Katlmatea of these branches
are to go to congress toon. Roughly
they vvlll approximate:
I .egislat iv* oMithllahtneni. sß,<>oo,-
* •»<* <‘X**’Utl\e, 110,000,t>00; Judicial,
Jt •, "i'i 7'."' agriculture, $30,000,000;
foreign intercourse. fd.onn.ouo; in
than affairs, $ 1 2,230,2.7 t!, pensions,
Panama canal. IL’tl,-
t 1 ",t ■" ', public v.tukH. 911.7,118,204;
j.urttal i*ej vi< • , $ tJO.noO.noO; miscel
laneous, | 10,000,000; permanent an
nual approcria* mis sl4l."fh|,iHK).
With such trdmentloua, needu
ah* it. the senate finance committee
met today to r» shape it revenue
hill. He.ivht burdens than origi
nally planned will he Imposed on
ll*> tnxpayera, whil* our Mims pr»»l>-
j.hly will need $ 2,o<>0,"00.000 in loann
more.
* Mil-res* I* controversial on th*
f ih.i' t of ho* mtich *>f th*' added
* xj>* rv ■ shall!*! be covered by pres
* n» taxation an! how much by bonds
**r treasury -• •rtifhates This will
he debited heavily In the week
ahead and prospects are congress
will : ii if in a Jam on financial
in if** > lent: afirr Augtl.-t
Th* w .<r department estimates in
riloa' that ,n ddition to much prep
mati*>n for.fot* *n service. mnstd
•■rnhle will h« *I•*: i• • I way of "I
*!it al "iia! w r*>t..-f|on sueli a*
« *>n-Irue*:on of more roast defense
artill* r>. -
TANARUS! * *■•■•■ e* « f th*' war depart
ni*:r' •*n> may be gleaned from
th**-- estimates;
,\r:. *•si ** i • fortifications. fIMO-V
t; |titi*i, clothing and r amp equip
t-.. nt. $277 ”»**•’■ .07 7 : pay. $717,728.-
•t. •;.*>*-!♦ n« *•. $ !2't.**72.21 **; mil
chine yuns. $ 1 7". :77 oon hospitals
and uipplies, $ too,i l 2A,000; nmtnuni
tion. $ 1f*..720,01m
STOCK MARKET
MASKS TIME
Trent! of Securities \waiting
,N t‘\y \\:«r Develop*
menf.s
M W YORK. July 28 The New
York r:t*. Ilian Sun financial review
Friday «*nf. 1
‘ Overnight n* ws, alt ho of sober
ing impott in If hearing on -the
huge task whieh 11♦ • .** ahead of this
country toward terminaling the* war.
played no part in ’he day's stock
market operation* unless it was to
hold speculative activities In sflll
further re-ftainr lmrlnie the early
hours an*l tin’ll well into the after
noon stock prices worked toward
high«T levels Thtt th# improvement
was barely more than fractional and
of no significance. Trailing was
again pur**ly professional.
"Baldwin locomotive a*lvnnced 2
points or r*> at times In recognition
of the tremendous volume of bus!
pens which this and other equ\
m* nt concerns are doing Steel and
copper shares moved forward frac
tmnallv hut thi-ns was no sustained
demand for stocks, at higher figures
and the mor* prominent issues went
thru successive stages of advance
ar*l reaction within very narrow
limits.
Stocks maintained a firm under
ton* up •** I’** ■!*•*• of trading hut
I■f * • !' *r* negligible.”
Sugar Market
* u j£4i I*. :•• >if J l l' price*.
Cr r.r t..i .in. • •*, 2-lb.. si2. <l<>. *-It» .
Ii , *lO 7. rut loaf,
$* :", . mli s;■ i.. \ XV*' sow«tcr«4,
* i ? 11. * .r»l pow.l •• r• <1 lx !tR; Kinnti
-I,' I . \trn «• 1 1 |* 4b- <ln. fine. In
bulk ft- ,1... '6 ,t. . .iinnn, $8.70;
ri ml ... in no graij.. f*lf». and 5-lh.-
i , it. i • $* n. i«\ oftl dotal
i M T' -< -i. I'J. diamond A.
$ ,t. ■ • ■ lon. ' A. Ih 45. No. 4,
SHS X. 7sB lb No 6. *8.40; No. 7.
fv Vo . *N ... Nm •. M.JS: No 10.
*s * v , n. |« i;> No. ! ? I" 10; No
1 «4 i.\ i ' No. 16. I* OR;
n..n n ng mixture $*»0; b*»*-t grnn.
* 1o p. r too 1t»« hou*ch>*ld
j w |‘m It., .an. |2 40. do. 4*
to yn**». I I ”8 prr rnxc
rii.ib nt TTK.n
FT/lIV. 111. lily M - Butter mar-
V-I |<ii tub* i•TTr f• •! al 38c. No
*nl**. Lnut week'* price, 37 V*c.
MRS. RKYNEAU
TO TFU, OF HER
JAIL EXPERIENCE
M»« H« f“ov flrHVcn Reynoou will
ho tho principal Hpoakir In n ma**
ni»*< Mn:' to hi hold Saturday oven
inc. m Mrfulh* tor hall. under the
aii -plc-• ni ihi’ National Woman'*
1 iftv. Mr* Roynnatl will toll of
io-r r» < . nt - \|>. r.cnr. « in Waahint
ton mi .ro .“ho wh* urrextod with
odor -oJTra<i«ta for picketing tho
While nun*.. Sho will apoak on
‘ IM< k> t* and prlaona in Wnxhlng
t n " Mi M ircatot Fay Whltle
rum o *i|| -*poak i»n -t'Tho federal
i. ii ndnoAit ”
Tho following committee will ho
In ehgfgo of tho meeting Meadanie*
Wl-nu W' .111'Tiior* 1 . CJonjiKo T Hi n
riil" Harry f'olrman, (Iwir** drlme*,
tji i' f> I.dm* ton, W. 11. Alvotri. A.
E Si. wart. K S. I.oonard. Janie* |<
Hand, A O Imnk, K. E. Hroaa. Julia
Ftnefer. C W. Edward*, Frank Mil
hr lanio Whlftrmoro, Josephine
lhiu«. r. A J Andro, lA*nn Roalnaka,
SSI i/a both S Hitchcock.
Tho mooting la froe to tho public.
Produce
iteewlpiM of poultry w**re not #»
heavy n« tiatial on Thursday and In
une way or another the market
clean*-*! up moat of the aurplua,
heavy hena recovering part • f the
recent lose Potatoes were m snade
firmer nt unchanged prices. Th*
market u w* ll aupplled with fresh
vegetable* of itonie origin, and all
varieties of bcirles woe in good
supply, except that, there was no
surplus of i e ( | i h -‘pherriea The hot
wea'hei is bringing out a Mr de
inand for lemons, an I the market la
working higher.
apples New. It per hamper.
Itiiimnns Good shipping stock
s(f 6 i Ib.
limns Dried l.lmns, 17c lb .
Merries—Mueklelieri lee. >{* 60 (ft 6p er
bu. red ia aptierrlea, $6 bu.; bluck
rasp’crrlea $6.26#5.60 bu.. gooseber
ries. 15.104x14 bu
California l ruli« -Cherries. s2.26'cf
11. peai hen, I w apricota. $2.25, plums,
12 pi r box.
( Kerries Amir.
« urrants 11 per bu
Ibraanl Calves Fancy, country
dressed. 170 11c, choice, 16 a 17c;
common, 15ti lflt lb.
Fresh Veaelnbles -- Radishes, 50c
dos.; pnrsley, ISifSOe d***.; curum
h* rs. hot house. K6<fftoc do*.; carrots.
30c di * cauliflower, $175 d<>» ; cab
bage. home grown. 11 bu. lettuce, 60c
bu, green onions. I6i- dm.; green
peas home grown, II4"V1S0 i>u;
hothouse tomatoes 11> u Zo< lb.; *■• t
< rv. Is<ir2fc dot., head lettuce. |1 50
lilt squash, 76*- per bask«t, h**n>e
gi wn wax beans. 11 35 bu. green
r.-ans, ll bu.
Hone? Fancy white, 16{$17c, ex
trul t*-*i. r<tf 10. ll*. .
tin* Detroit stilppers are paying
ih- foil* wing prices for haled hay In
rai 'ots. ♦ <■ r>. Detroit; No. 1 11 mu
try. |1 aSO fi 17. standard timothy,
ll* 60 U I*. light mixed. |l6 60<fflfi.
No 2 timothy. sl4
|1 » ~ 14 s*>. No 2 mixed, SO-*i 12. No.
1 clover. 113fi13 60, rye straw, fin so
ij 11 . wheat and oat stiaw, $9.50© l f >
per ton.
I.einona-' 760 per box,
l.lnie* -$1 10© 1 35 per 100.
Vli-lans llockyfords, I ' 2 .<7 3.50;
watermelons. 4" <t 40c each
Nuts -W ainuts. 2 I 31c, almonds.
J'* -2*l. filberts, It's 19o; Hraxlls
19v20r pecans lb; nut
piculs 5-IT*. rartena. .almonds. 60c;
walnuts. 65c, pecans. B*ic I*'., peanuts.
• ousted, fancy. ilc. Jumbo, 13c lb.
Or;in(M —Valencias. 14.36(64.76 per
box
Onions Texas Bermudas. sl-85*3
2 ner case.
I'otntnrs Pouthern white. |4 75 bbl
reaches Six - basket ciates. 1*76.
bushel. 1336
Poaltry Broilers, C ff T ■'. light
weights 12** '* 76c; No 1 hens. 18 ff
18%. light wights 16 5 16c. rno*t
. rn. 12If 1 4c, ducks, 1614 30c. geese.
14c lb.
JOIIIIt \(• rRIITV.
( iinnril *<innl» Apples, |3 76 per
g.il T.una loans. |t t')(fT.7S; corn,
r.i* > .Maine |2; standard II 10; table
1 • .■*.« fl :.7t 110 peas, fancy early
June, 11 H 6. salmon, tall S2 40; mar
r w (nt pens. It 0 6 early June, |] A6,
ten atoes, tandsrd. 12.60 do*.
(••flee Santos, et aiots 'd. 16y1 Ac ;
m dium. IN'ii.uc, fancy. 70if22< Rio,
li l-lb. packages, J94i72c.
I -lb tins? ?N'rf 29«- lb
teed In 10" lb sacks Bran. 141.
stundurd middlings )I9; firie mul
•l■ in _ I'" cracked corn, IXB 50;
c> **r:-' « ot-nnieal. 184.30; corn and
oat «!*• :•. 170 per t<>n.
Flour ft- st w inter j.atent, 113 20;
• .. io | -tit 11 • - •• t rai a t. $1350;
•-1 ’ *l« I (ill'll! I ! *", fye nour. 112.50
l Pbl of ;<6 Ibs in eighth paper
sacks.
Oil* Tor; oo ,t ..ii, raw. II 18 boiled
«1 • ril k n.-ene, iron t-arrels.
!». :.1 V"l,c gal.
|*ri>» istuii* M• " pork. 140, family
I* i k $ , j*4 clear backs. Il" r i4.),
t t-* 24V/7"< orlvk'ts. 23'* (>'2s Hr;
l cm U ims. 20li 21 He. bacon. .31 (f
Isr.l in tienes, 22H‘ ; i kettle
r-■ let-1 2 lb.
Hides No 1 cured hides. 33c No
1 *: *>• il ill * s l!*c; N<> t cured bulls.
15 No 1 gte e n bulls, 13c; No, 1
in :.| o in* kip 26c No i veal
kip 24c No. I cured mutraln 22< - .
No. l green murrain. . 20c: No l
cured calf. 15c; No. 1 green calf. 3;’.c;
No. 1 hois*- hides, IT, No 2 horse
hides 14 No. 1 tallow 16c. No. 2
tallow, 14c lb N*> 1 hides, 1c off.
No 2 kip and calf. IHr off, sheep
W t (ns to amount wool), 30cff 1150.
Standard Oil Stocks
Quotations by ltomblower & Weeks.
July 27- Close Bid Ask
Anglo-Amer oil. new 18% 19
Atlantic Refining 97 5 1 000
Rnme-flcrymsvr *’o. ... do 44*x
Buckeye Pipe l.ine Cos.. 9"
Clieafibrough Mfg C** ... 890 $lO
Colonial •'4ll Cos &0 70
Continents! Oil C«. .. 58" 600
Cies* ent Plf>e Une Cos. .38 40
Cumberland Pipe I.lne 160 170
Eureka Pipe Line..... 205 215
(ialena-Sign.il Oil Cos.. 148 150
Do. piererred 138 141
Illinois PI | e Line .... 22" 22.7
Indiana Pipe Llfie Cos. 95 99
National Transit Cos 14 16
N* w York Transit Cos. 185 190
Northern Pipe Line Cos. 100 I**4
hlo <»t! Cos 373 575
Picric oil Corporation. 13 13*4
Pratrle <jb ,4 Gas Cos. 515 626
Prairie Pipe Line 28Q 28.1
Holut Refining (’a ... 346 360
Southern Pip* Une Cos. 195 200
South P*nn oil Cos. ... 295 3**6
S,,!*t Ii West Pa. Pipe Ti. I**B 113
Htanoard Oil. («*rnla 26** 266
l*o, Indiana 755 765
Do, Katlf as 47*4 490
Do, Kentucky 355 362
Do. Nebraska 500 520
Do, New Jersey 597 600
Do. New Turk 231 294
1*.., < »hlo 440 450
Swan A Finch i’o 105 ijn
Union Tank Une Cos,. 102 106
Vacuum 'MI Cos 383 388
X3 ash'ngfon <>ll Cos. ..30 35
Standard Oil • *ld Stock 2200 ....
I*o, subs 1800
Int'l Petroleum 13 13%
Mid West befg 172 173
P«nn Mexican 46 50
Imperlal Oil 390 ....
Motor Stocks
Quotation* by Wm. A Near A Cos.,
July 37; ** Bid A*k
Ajax Rubber 66 *7
Auto W heel 20
Mrlatoc Motor *n
chandler Motor 78'fc 80ij
Curttaa Aeroplane .... ■•!*'» 60'^
Duplex Motor
Federal Motor 36 33
KlrMton*. now, c0m..., 117 121
lio. preferred 103 1Q&
Kl«k Tire A Rubber.... 74 76
Do. j»r« f«>i*red 103 ina
Flatter Body 36 17
<l»>n«ral Motora It"t% I]i >4
itoodyear Ituhber C 0... 197 2 0l
Clooflri*'h Tire 43 60
(ir.'int Motor* 2’j ju
llupp Motor 2'% 3
International Motor ... "< j;,
c. I- v Wheel 30 34
K'lly Springfield Tire.. 46 47 44
Ho, preferred xH *6
l.ee Tile .V Rubber.... 20 \ 31 V»
Mitchell Motor a 40 62
Motor Product* 36 47
Na«h Motor* 71 16
plei<-e-Arrow SW', 404%
Fee 1 lea* .Motor 14 17
f’ortage Buldo-r 141 160
F t-O-Hila 1 r;: Vfc
Republic Truck ... 66 63
Btewart-W*rner Speed. S3 *6
Saton Motor 17 13
Swiriehart Rubber 66
-i«mi Truck r 16
Stroaiberg Motor 26 .36
Springfield Body .10 SO
S*uf« Motor 42 «A
I’ntti-d State* Rubber.. 6<»* 4 60 V*
I'nli«-d Motor* 22 *y 23
Wlllya-ttVorland 30 30'^
Ho. preferred 9.*. \#<
Frlnltna —Ike plain neat kind—4bat
la rlakt—Time* i«k Dept—Wain 46M.
Grain and Provisions
<7i 11*'.v* • *, July 27. continued u<
tnand for rash <orn at advancing
prices today was responsible for a
fractionally Inglo r market in fu
tuies nli-1 ye today's close. Hepto.i
--ln-r corn opened '»<• lower at 11 4.3
and later was unchanged. Dec ember
Opened unciiangi <1 at |l.lt» l * and la
ter advanced V 4 c. Maj opened »c
up *i $1.14*1 mid held at tli.it llguiw
Kf.<*rts of shorts to *<v*-i ,*ent
wheat hlglier. July opened '-*H r
higher at 12 4", .mh.-equently advanc
ing 3c. bcpt'-mhci opened I >*. up
Ht 12 24 «n*l latt r w .i*. lc higher
< *ut s »n*>\ ed frith Irregularity lul)
opened •*< up ut 77c and b*t< * <d<)
off *|C. Ssptcmber <•(<• r< <1 b.gh
er at j!4‘,c and Inter was un< h: ru * il
l»*'cen»bcr opened «uicliat»p<d m ' t c
and late* advanced '«< J’rovisions
were lower on a -low hog luaikct.
, DKTROIT. July 27 Wheat and
ctirn weie very strong at tin open
ing The former was up 2<- and the
lHttei ;ic. the moment the market
opened and dealers who were short
found difficulty In buying
The strong situation comss en
tirely from email <a.-h oiterlngc
There aie half a dost n buyers for
-•very car of e rn that come* to mar
ket, not that th** buyer- aw m e
numerous, but th> offerings are
small Something of th* -aim kind
is dr\ eloping In wheat Farmers are
not felling new wheat freely mid
any Inc* ease <n de-maud would find
nothing to satisfy it Millers have
bought little* m the past *'■•* days and
their stocks must be light. Should
flour demand suddenly im rear* there
would he great iroul.j. atp-fying
consumers Farmers a* • .*-#» 1• 1 t<< be
stacking wheat. Insi'inl of thri.-uung
It. and those wh" art aide a* • stor
ing tli*- wheat. This makes an «< ut*
cash situation and the market b* - >
nervous that It shoots up *>r down
on very little trading.
There Is some ft. Ik »*f s l*>t of
wheat In ship-- at Atlantic poite that
will com*- back <>n th< market owing
to inability t*< secuis export licenses.
Crop newt, i.-t all favorable, but th
bearish conditions hav< no influence.
The mmkef was qut* t an«t firm and
closed 5r hlgbet f •»t cash and 2«-
higher for September
Corn advanced 5< and oats He.
Cash beans declined 2f,c.
Friday’s wheat quotat.b.ns ('ash
No. 2 red. 12.6<»; July <-pi-ru and with
an ildvanc- of 2c jit |2 4, and ad-
X aneed to $3 60. Septcmbei opened at
$2 24. lost lc and advaic'd 1 s2l ;
N-> 1 xvhite, $2 .5. Friday’s coarse
grain quotations; Corn. •»<-h No. 2.
32 32. No . jell .w, $3.33. No 1 yel
low $2 31 H' <*.’*!- St»n<lard. x»c.
September stnndm<l 66c; N- . t whit*-,
X 7 H'N No 1 w hite, s*; * v K>> (’ash
No. 2. $2.'5. Dean-* Immediate and
prompt -*i Ipmeni. $x **. • : er. $6 25
Seeds Brims r< and clover, sll 40, *
tober, sl2 25; alslke, sl2, timothy,
$3 80.
Recsipt* n th*' P< tr- It market ~n
Frblay |to-lu<l*d \. *>'*o bids < f flour. 2
» - ars of w <•»»*. 1 of oafs and 4 of
ha*' Shipments w < *••> 1 ,*•(»(* bids of
fl uir and 4.<*<r<i bu of '<«t* Stocks
ate 1 : l.fttoi bu < f wh'-ttt .31.000 hu
of corn, 78.*T"0 bu of oats and I2.<io‘»
bu of rye.
Primary wheat receipts were 684 •
000 bu, against 3,082,000 bu a year
ngn
Fxpijft* of wheat and fiour Frld.ax - ,
109.000 b'l-
Re, eipta *<f wheat Fru'ay: \V in -
nM>eg. 147 i nr«: against 472 a >*'»r
ago Chicago, IS ,*»rs, again -t 109;
southwest. i2i.Oi>o bn. against $36,000
bu Tnilutl 1 eg* again t 14$ Min
neapolis. 12" <ars. igainxt J'. •* *
CUM \(.<» (.It \ l>
CHICAGO July 27. -Opening
V hem July unquoted: September
up 1 H*” Corn Sei>teml*er <b wn He;
1 <ei ember unchanged Max- up V,
(<»t« July up v 4, September up
He; December unchanged. Brovl
■ o r • slightly lower
Noon wheat: July up 3c (open
ed at $2 4‘<t. September up lc. <’<mtx
September unchanged, Decenihei tip
He; Ma> unchanged. c»«ts July
down H'’ September un< hHnged. I »•• -
i'<f»)ber up *4»:. Provisions sbghtlx
b'Wkr.
"closing Wheat July up 3*-, S-p
--t* mber up 2<- Corn Sept* rnher un
• anged. I>e< emh*-i up V M/*v ur>
He. <»ats July up U*-. Sept, mb< r
up ? i<’, IJecemher tip 1«'. Provisions
l<<xver.
(jti >*st , n« by Taine, Webber R Cos.,
.1 •11 x- 27 < qmn Mlkl* l.ow Ci >s<
Wheat-
July 7 19 2 ?.3 2 49 7 52
Sept 2 2 4 2 24 2 *3 2 26
Corn—
Sept I 83 1 4.3 S 1 43 1 43
1 16*4 1 17 1 J 6% 1 16%
M x 1 14 >, 114*, l 1.3% b 4\
* *ttts
July » 77 78 75 H 77',
Sept. 59% 6'1% 58 H 4 >
1 o.i *:* % 60% 6!«>„ 60 X t
Pork
Srrt l<* 26 40 45 40 56 40 35
l.ard
5« pt 90 c.3 ;o 70 ?n 4 7 20 50
Oct 20 77 20 $o 2" fio 2•* .*,O
mis- -
July 21 40
Sept 71 80 ?1 82 21 6F, :* 1 7.5
(*<•3 11 77 71 77 71 55 21 67
lit TTIIR 4XII Ft.(.B
Mutter Fresh creamery extras,
37 'jc; firsts. 84c per lb. both nom
inal.
Fait* Fresh Michigan firsts, cand
led, nominal nt .34 H ■*» ?6 *,c .sor.
.4 $ mm mu «*Ti»r si.a
Quotsflons bv Hornbbiwer & Weeks,
July 27: Rid \*k
Amn Public I'tllltles 30 55
Do. preferred 6 4 68
Atner l.laht A Traction 3"4 3as
Do, preferred I**B 110
Cities Serx’lre c0m.... 27 4 274
Do, preferred 84 % H*D t
Chevrolet 90 94
Cosden Oil A Gas .... t 2% 13
('osd* n A (*0 13 13%
Cramp Shipbuilding . . 80 xfi
Dundee xrlxonn % 1 %
Federal '>i 1 4% 4 %
Grant Motors 3 ft
Hupp M**tor 3% 3 %
Maxim Munitions .... 1% 2%
usage Hominy x'« 8%
Pacific ilas A nicrtrix f. 1% 65
Do, preferred ... S'*H 90%
Rep Railway A- I.lghr. J2H t.3 H
I*o, preferred 45 98
S<iuth (’id Edison ... 87 $x
l*o. preferred 10.1 P>6
Stew ait Warner 45 H 91
Snpulpn Ref .. ti ll H
Submarine Boat .. 29 % 29 H
IT. S. Bight A- Hi nt com 2’x» 2%
D*i. preferred . ?H
I’nlted Motors 23% "5%
Curtiss Aeroplane .... 5f1% fto%
Wright Aeroplane ... 14 14%
MfW VOMK Pfltmi CF.
NEW yuDK. .f *il x 27. Flour:
•Julet, firm Pork Flrro. mess, sl3
(f 13 50 l.ard Dull, middle west
spot, $2047 20.10 Sugar ftaxv. at rung .
refined. str*ing cut loaf. If* 25; • rush
ed, $9 (lowdered. $7 "0 1s 80 granu
lated. $7,768(8.80. Coffee \,i 7 on
spot, 9Hc. Tallow Weak: siierial,
1»i , city. 11 %c, country. 114f I 4 He.
flay: .steady; jirlme No l, $1.07H4T
1 12H: No. 3. xju. u 90c; clover, *4oc >*
31, n» w hay. 65'>i 75c r»iessed poul
try Steady: turkey*. |*-.i *
chicken". 19 4(340; fowls. IS'ffJftc;
•luck*. 20f(2’i I.ive p*o|l(ry:
geese, lf,c; ducks. 164)23**; fowls 2**
s,■$,■ 21 *•, tut keys. 14c; roosters. 15*b 23c;
•■hlcken. iil'(»llers 23 f* 27c Cheese;
Firm, state milk <•••'; men to apodal,
184*2.2 %c; skims, common to special.
3 l«He.
I IIICtMI Mt n et VI $M lx ITT
CHIC \G(* lulv J 4 ftutt'-r I7\*rns,
38(•; firsts 34'* b .77 %o; dairy extra*.
.37**0; firsts 86*t f? .3?t I'ggs Prime
ordinary, IHTfMc; firsts, .30H a; %*■
C) ( se«e Twins. 21 b 31 He Toiing
Am* * leas, 2’2’H*,»23c l,i\e pnultrv
Fmii 'ii, 17*( 19- : ilu* Vs. 174(1'*, ~„
1?4i14c; springs. 22b 24* lurks, p.-
Potai*<*-« Re, e|pts lrt cars. Virginia,
bblx. $4 7,5 4* 4 50; To *ll i SVI lie, fynils
Kansas, none.
MAX MINK IIITTFH SMI F,(,(.5.
NEW ViiUK, .lulv 27 Butt, r
Ht*-a*lx re* eipts, t 0,74.3. creamery *-x
--tia. 3 *e. * ream<*rv, -pedal mark* t.
39%ifi |i'«r state dairy. tubs, Si***
3'.*He; imitation creamery, fiists. 3iV<(
36 c Kxcs: Quiet; ree*int*«. in.?'*;
ne*i y white fanev. M * 46c nearby
mixed fancy, 34 4( 3»c; fresh firsts. 33
« l#c.
New York Stocks
Quotation* by Hurnbi *w. i A- Wuckx
July 27 t*p>-n 11. gh %*-w (‘lose
A)m X Itubber.. 66% M, H *. ■, *»S *,
Alaska Quid. . 5 H o'» 5% >"* H
Allis t.'bulni.... 29 2”.* ;$H 2x *s
Alu*T. call. .. 4x i-
I Hi. pld. .. . 11' 1 , 1 •*I l(».% 1 4< i 4
Anier H A I* 13 13 I -S 12 '•
-Am lc*- Sc . 12 \ ll 1- * II
Am. J..lit-* -d . . 27 - 4 27 % 2, 2*%
Am. l,*>eoni ..71 71H .1 71%
In*, pfd. ...I*3 I**3 I*l3 103
Am S a Ref .102'% in » l'l.'H lw- : H
All), SUH K» f . 121 H 121 ‘ g 121 121%
Am it- • t So* >3 93 ''Mi -Hi
A Hi. I & T*l..ll!*H IF* , 1 , % I I'H
Am. Toha* <0.203 2ti4 H *>-3 304 H
»ft*. Woolen • , 63 ■ 5.i% •* H
Amp'oiida ... <#H 77% <6% 77
Atclnaon ...100% I(*(*H I"" % 100 H
\ 'i A W. L.lO lns « ID4H "M 1 *
Bald. Lncoin.. 7oh "3% 7u l * •"%
l>nlt. a Ohio. 6I»H 7uH 6-' H "tl
». St . class 11125% 12% j 124 a, 126%
Hr ok. It T. .. 51* » . 59 % 5»%
ll itoji. Mining 1 H 1 % I % 1 %
Can. Pacific. 180% 189% 1«1
Out* I.eath .. si»% xT V»
• * rto de Pas 34% 34 » g 34 '1
'hes A (»hlo s:i % 69 % V* % 61* %
Chand. Mot,.. «0 SO% 80 $0 H
• Ilium. Has sO% I"% 40% 40’^
C. Gt. \\ ~ pfd ;ts‘ 33% 33 V 32 %
C„ M A St P ♦% \ 70 «9% «’%
C. It. 1 a Pa<! 3 4 .34% .3 4 3 4
' Idle ('upper. 2'T 20 10% 'H*Tlr
' bile* Copper. 53% 34% 53% 54%
• 'out. Can • 'o. 99 9» 9l* 99
«'ub. \m Sg 100 100 190 190
Corn Prod. ft. 3)% :;£> % 34% .36%
<-'i *i« . St. (J* . 811 % 31% B(i% $1
Do, 0 pid. .. 102% l’C 102X a 10?%
Cub C Sug. 39% 30% 39% 39%
D. A It. U . pfd 17 17 17 17
Dirfl Scour .. 29% 28 28% 27%
Eli*-, cm . 21% 24% 24% 24 %
IP m-ral Mtr* 110% 111% 109 111%
(.( North Ore. .32% 32% 32% 32%
Greene '"an .. 4‘2 42 42 42
Irmpi (.'upper, .54% 55 % .51% 56%
Inter Met ... 0% '*% 9% 9%
Int Mer Mar.. 2$ x 4 2$H 2X‘, 28%
Du. i»fd .-. . . B*i% 87 % '-6 1 -, 87%
lul N1 kel . 30 39 38 % 38%
Kan Ct> South 2 22 2*2 22
K* ri* Cupper,. 42% 13 % 42% 12%
l,a K. St C*J... 90% 91% 9" % 91%
Lehigh Vhl 63 9.3 63 93
lc a Til" Bub 21% 21 % -"'% ‘2(1%
Maxwell Mil 33 3.3% 35 .3.3
Do, 2nd in<l 24 % -4%‘ 24% 2» %
X|.-x Pet I .. 94 j 96% 91 99
Miami (Topper. 4<> I*l% 4*i 40%
51*1 val •• Steel 57% 5$ 57 68
Miesuurl. New 141% 31H 31% S2
N lln ,v St .. 43% tt% 4.:*» I» %
N* vada Cons 22% 22% 22 22 %
N X N II At H 36 '... 36 % '!•■% 39%
North Pacific. I*i(>% 10*1% 1(io> 4 l*>(*%
8 X Xir 111 Hke 132 132 132 132
\ X ('« nll aI. . 8 % 'x 1 g x x 1.4 88 %
N X < * A- W .0. . 23 23 23 23
• lw*-n 11 u111c .. 89% 89% v;*% 89%
Ohio City (Ja>. .5 8 58 % 68 58 %
Fierce Arrow . |0 4•* 40 10
I’ennxy Ivunia 55% 53% 53 5.3
Pitts \V* si .31 % .31 % .11 % 31 %
P!t*s Coal ... 61*, 54 % 58% 54%
1 ’lllla Cos ... 36’, 3f % .36% 36%
P: Steel Car.. 73 73 73 73
Buy Consul 27% 27% 26% 27%
It* p Ir a Steel 91 !*i 9"% 91%
Reading, cum. 93 % 94% 93% 94%
Saxon Motor 19 19 19 19
S A L Ry. pfd 28 28 2$ 26
Shat Arlx . 24 24 24 24
Snpr Steel .... 44% 4 4 44 1 , 44 %
S uI b P»c . . 93 % 9;; % :.«** 9.3%
Southern Ry . 26% 27 *?'• ?? T *
Do. pfd .... 55 5 5 5*5, 5 >
Pt ml* bk r Cor. 52% 53% 61% 53
Transua ■ .. 41% 11% 41% 41%
T< tin ('upper 17% 17% 17% 17%
TeX.-iH Cos .... 189 18" 188 188 *-,
Ttxa* Pacific . 16'* 14*% 16*.. 16 %
Third Avc 19% 19% 19', 19%
T* bneco Prod. 91*, 65% 64% 85
T* S Mining 66 *, 56 % ’6 % 56%
T'rib-n l’ac 13'*, 135 *4 135 % 135*,
T'n cig Sturea 114 s , 116% 114% 115*4
f'nit Fruit Cn 134 13 4 132 % 133
C S Sleet, em 121*4 122% 120 *4 12?%
I *-> pCd .118'. 118*v 1I 8 % 11*%
f S St* el 5.* 104 104 194 104
rs c * V <m "1 % 21 % 71 % 21 %
1 s lni\ co 163 *, If «... 16?% 16-1 ',
1h Copper I**2', 103%, 102% 103**
Wn bash, pf A 49 49 U (9 4'4 %
West ingh**4ise 48’, 4*'- 18% 4 k %
M illvs (• v, cm 29% 19 M, 29% 30%
W Ut Marv . . 20% 20% 20 2'*
West Fnton 92?, 92% 92H
!• \x Wn.dwth.l2s 125 125 175
Wil»**q Pa* k M'.. 98% 98 %
Livestock
mniiii t\ (i:\ in\i. xtih moiih'
I *!-:TR< *!T. lulj 27 Cattle Verv
'toll. h> t h<*nvs at eer*. $lO ’i 10 6"
t.'.-'t hand) w<-;i'ht butcher -t -r-. $->'
' y i •' inix*-«l *|e»r-’ iind tieifer*. *7
® handy light butcher* I*7 * '7 6".
Fgl.f butcher*. $6
$7 M /6; > *utchei c.,vy *. *7 ’■ '•. <■ ■ -n
--non row*, $4 U 6. '-ii cunnerM, f . .*»••
beat heavy bull*. 17.60<7 3 bologna
bull)*’ Hooker*, So*tf7, rnilKcr*
and »prinuers. $ 1 ***/ !*O. Veal cnt'.e,
Market *. pet 10'> lower than Fiat
week, beat graib-a. 113; other*. S it
>76 Sheep nnd lamb* Market
dull; beet lan hr. Jli.Ro, fair lamb*.
$123714 Itah* to comyion lamb*. s!<•
r 12, fait t" g'.o.t «heep, s7.Rn*h'«2'
cull* Mttd common. $♦ i 4 I tog* M r
ket steady. |H 80tr14.75, mixd
graded, slsip ! r,.T6
r«a r nt mt.o i.i\f. itoch
EAST BCFFAIV*. N. Y. July 27-
• ’al'.le Receipt* 500. market alow,
weak; prime ateer*. sl3 ft 1 3.r>o , butch
er grade*. s7fri 11.76. cowa, $3 60''./!*
Calve* R. celpf.*. 100, market a, -
ti\e, $1 higher, cull to choice, $5 <1
16 26.
Slieep and lamh* Receipt*. r o ** .
rnntket active, *t* adv; r-hoje. lamb*.
316 SOW 16.7... cull to fair. $Io ;j IT.;
>■ ai ling* |9ft 12 ahe-p. 36 :in 2 ,
Hog* Receipt*. 2.600, market, ac
tlv'e. Re higher. vorKcr*. sl6 7 ft'ii 14 Rn
pFr* mixed. sl4 6o*!J
la 6i>; heavy, sl6 ROW 16 60 rovigh*,
sll.ROfi 14.T0; etaga, $13.60.Wit.
riIICVOO 1.1 VF. “TOI 14 MtHKI’.T.
CNION PTOCK VMM’S. CHICAtP*
111., July 2i -Hog- R* celpla 13.00".
market *I"W. *t»adv. mixed and
but' her*. sl4 60; good heavy sl6.|l> •
14 rough heavy. $1 ♦ ;:f,ft tl . " light.
$1 1 T.RW I 6 VR; pt,,., $1130*7 14 50. Cat
tl*-; Receipt*. 4,000; market wak.
berve*. $7.75 W 1 4, IR; cow* and lieif
.r* $4.75 *tt 1175. $R 90 W 9 catv.-s $
13.25 Sheep; Receipt* 6 00p market
etrady: native, s7.Row 10.60; w»*ti m,
$7 ,7* j 10.t5f1; lamb*, fb. 7 5 4ft 1R.40; \\,*t
rrn, StOW 16.60.
t I.FAri.MD 1,14 K “TOt K.
CEKVF.I.ANU July 76 11,.g* Re
ceipt* l.Ono ml>>w. vnrker* and mix'd.
sl6, medium*. SI6R<I Pig*. sls,
r,"tgh*. sl4 10, atatr*. 112.75. taltb'
Receipt*. 15 car*. market *jow.
She* p ttnd lanth* Receipt* one car.
market alow; top, sl4. Calve* Re
colpt*. 200; steady top. $1 4 50,
T411.F.D0 1.1% R «TH< li.
TOERHO. f»., July 27 Hog* Re
ceipt* light; market ateadv; heavle*
sl6 104116 17., medium*, sl6 OR/fj 16 10,
ynrker*. $1 5 2t) 'l 16 . good i'lg.-, 111 611
ft 15 Calve* Market steady. Hheep
and lamb* Market steady.
4 I 1411 4'ol*l*l - .R “Till li«
Quotation* hv Hnrnblower A W. ek*.
Inly 27. Mid A* k
lbi ft >• A london II
i alavera.* 3 .3',
Chief 4 7N
t 'mi!. Arizona 2 2'*
Copper Mine* 8
First Nath nal "\ 2 7 »
(bbßlibl Cons. ...... 5" f* t
.Inp'b . Ext 26 29
l.n Rose 4" • 4 R
N* vbilh
nhlo Copper . I'* I'j
Sucre** 27 21'
Yukon 1\ 2'%
TOI.RIMI t.Rtll
Tol.Kl.ft. July 27 closing prtee*
Wheat Cash and July. $2 .2’%:
Sept mitrr, $2 2° Corn <'a*b •2.26;
S. ptember. $1 67. i •••cemher, $1 14’*.
M* • 01.16 \ «>at* Cash *t*)l fnlf
ITc S-oderr. be i, 61'.«-; Her ember.
42t*r. Itv« Ca*h. $2 Clovers* e«1
Ca*ti, sllßs. October, sl2 "' l>< ■m
b. r. $13.60 Ai-il-e Ca»b. sl2lO
Tlnurthx Cm.«l\\ $! v' ' i Mul’er
Brick ct'-antrry. 40c; tub rreamery.
401. r. K-Tg* Fresh' candled 37e;
fan, y select*. 40c. Hay Fncbanged.
DETROIT TIMES
I Mill tX 'x «|i ot 411)1X8
Open ('lose Bid Ask
Do. pfd IN ....
Ain I,t (■ I'iac 305 .310
Do. (.I*l 1«7 HI
Ai Pub (til 27 3.1
Do. p| 1 63 6H
A utu ffiHly Cos 39
B w b<»l Rr 37%
But A *bl Mae 190 ....
• bar 11 of A N % 9
I* pfd .6% 9% 6% 6%
CV * vroict Mo ("> 95
Fit I* ft S* 1 vice 273 277
D ..fd $4 »7
4 ah f.d * Z 2%
C* lumbta Mug 12 11 %
<’• rn Motor . ... 10%
(‘•nntb I,t pf .... .... 77 78%
C U P A Ii 4N 51
Do. pfd 76 79
Cent Motor 6%
Do. pf new 92
D * C Nav *9%
Dei (’rramery 3<i %
De* Edison 121 122
Det Ir A- S xd .... .... 16 15%
D pfd 1"%
D*t l td Ry 10$ log
D*t A! & Hr 41
Edmunds A J 2t\ ....
D- fd SI %
Ford M of C 222
Ctrn A Ali Cos 40
D pfd BN%
dun Mo torn.. . 114 114
Hall l.amp Cos 23
Hu * - Spits I
Do. pfd *
Iron Silver M 145
H « Kreag#.. 10% 10%
Du. pfd 10 ’1
Me v rule R 40
Mich M*pg Cos 14%
Mich St Tela 14%
Ms : Sugar 90 ....
Do. pfd.. O',
M I*-* D T xd 8% *H
Minnesota Su lid ....
Motor Prod .. 35
Ri.c C A F.l 53 54
Do. j.fl *7 *7
Packard M*> 132
D, pfd .... 94 ...
P*» ; e I'ctrolt 2C‘4
p. 1 • a- co in %
Prudden Wh'i 24
T<-" Motor 25% 27
T x* ur% Cr’y 20 26
Tr a.-* * C.,n pV.! 9 ....
Do, pfd B*
Fcotten Dillon 47%
Av I • e Star TANARUS, ..... .... 58
XV v Pt c xd 5 V 7
Itinka anil Trait Coiunanles
\m* r State 168 169 170
C'-ntral M«v 230 800 .360
I ■ t r * r 'iv ... J/U
Dime Savings .... 304 .... 807
F deni I State 137 130
F & O D Nat 194 185 193
F r-t '■l.-it* .VI 196
IPghland P S 290 210 . ...
M- • mt- N 181 ... IX2
N Bk **r C 212 210 216
T’ ' uvular fl 806 800 400
P- "i'.b - Str te 275 275
F.td a v F k 210 220
Wavne C H .390 370 ....
I)« * Tr i-t Cn .... 385 350 400
S*' irlt Trust .... 255 260 ....
ft >n Trust . .... 190 .. 196
Am* r I. & T 160 ....
TI-e following firms are privileged
f.-> execute orders on the exchange:
W E Moss A- Cos.. Carlyle A Povah,:
De.. M West Mr Cos.. K K. Macomns
* Cos. H w Nobis & Cos.. D. Lv Sey
m-ur A Cos.. W. B •M'd^n'sh'.ln. M* r
r ' I.vn b A Cos., XV. A Hamlin A Cos.,
35’m. A Necr Mt Cos., Sinclntr A Coula,
Wemlell, Mulkey Mt Cos. Wm. H Ho««
ft c F IC. P lton A C'V. Joel Stock
s'* a- Cos, H-nnetf Smith * Cos.. \V
I B**tl!y .4 Cos.. Matthew Finn, A. AV
Wx.l.'i Me C os, I-g xvta O. Gorton. B-l
den Wu .dr IfT &. Cos.. Bean* r. Cramer
M- V <hl Di>dd. Martin A- Cos.. O’Hara.
F' r* *MrCo , Webb, fyee *'r>.
Boston Copper Stocks
Quotation* bv H*>rnblower Mr Weeks.
»T>ily 27: Open High Low Close
Ala-kn <‘.uld.. ■ % ■'• % ."> % 5%
Albiiicx «2 63 62 63
Xnacnnda . .. 76% 77 s * 76%
<’al. A Arlr... 77% 78 7T% 77* a
*> I. A- Hr* la .535 .5.75 685 7.35
»’up bong*'... 59 5.*% 59 59%
1 '*iin * 63 t* 64% s’■ ** 54%
Davis Dnlv .. 5% 4% 5% 4%
-.-t fit***. 11 11 D-H I(*%
*; i*- ,'-ir ('on... 1 2 4 2 4 2 4 7
Inspiration . . 64% 56% 54% 65%
J**rome Verde l % 1 I % I U
Kerr I-ak■ ~ .. 4 ; , 5 4 % 4 %
Michigan ... 74, 7% "% 2%
Mason Vnl ... 7* t % 7 % 74*
Miami 4040% 10 i->%
lain* Cop D 11 11 It
M.thn xv k * 811
Nevada Cons. 22% 12% 22 22 Vi
North Butte 17% 17% 17 s . 17%
P**nd ('re* K .. 25% 25% 25
Quincy . 64% 84% 84% s 4 %
bay t'onsol.. 27% 2j % 29% 27',
Sup Boston . 4 i 4 4
Shannon .... 7% 7% 7% 7%
Sant** Fc 1 l
Sl.attuck .... 2 4 2 4 24 24
Superior 8 . 8
Trinity 7% 7% 7*, 7%
Tenn Copper . 17% 17% 17% 17%
T’nitcd Fruit 13 4 13 4 132 * 4 137
T’nlt S Mach. *9 49 49 4"
Utah Consol., 15 15 15 15
rtah Copper .102% 193% 102% 10.1%
f..« M *<• R 56% 56% 56% 86%
Ventura oil . 6% 6’, 6*9 6%
Wolverine ... 45 45 46 45
Detroit Hunk Clearings
Dei rolt bank clearings for July
27. 1917. were 19.547.779 93. Total
cl »• nrlngs fur 1917 to date are sl. -
58! > '5.718 ft", as against $1,154 221 -
627.60 f**i the corresponding period
In 1916.
Printing—the plain nen« kind—that
Is right—Time* Job lirpt.—Main (520.
IIEI.F WABTin MAUI
A HUSTLER
A bright energetic gentleman from 71
to 40 year* of age. win* can be gen
tle nnd courtenu* to the public,
flood opportunity for promotion
Mu*t call In person for further par
ticular* 217-8 Farwell bldg. Ho -
If It, M i "h.
HFNTtsT Rejisiereo mg guaran
tee*, salary and 26% commission;
good j'our* Apply at once. f ’:o;>la
Dentist*. 9* Michigan. Main 4145.
I’rlnflng—the plain neat kind—that
la right—Time* Job Dept—-Main t."V'3*».
HRI.P WANTED—FKMAI ■
GOOD POSITIONS
At Good Salaries
Wc can place capable younjf
women in desirable positions.
You draw good pay while
taking a course in our Oper
ators’ Training Department
•and* 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. nnd 5 p. m.
MICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE COMPANY
Detroit Stocks
iir.i.i* u m i n—KKHtLk
$9.00 PFR WEEK WITH
washing
$7 SO ji~i w »k w tli-.ill washing; girt
wunt-ui for gene: mI housework. A.
Ros* nth«l .8 I’erry-ave. *•»«*.
to nati—it.ionv
A ll' »TKL in tbe quarter-mile elide,
Juet > , "int'ltlfrt
TIIE COMMODORE
_ I JH I'ASS AVi:
block from v>-
from 1.1 to |lo week. All
rooms light and airy, running not
and cold water In rooms, tt le
phones, ahnWfrn and hatha.
DOROTHY HOTEL at 6 Bf>
Second, for Ladies and Gen
tiemen.
J ust completed. running w*it*-r ••»*> h
rootij; beautifully (urn.rhril: $7.50
per nt" l< up.
HOTEL FRANKLIN
Cor. Larned anil Hat* a-ata. Four
blofkh fi om River Steamers. on»<
half block from Intcrurban Depot.
European. sl, $1.60 and t'i per day.
XV»skfy int'-*.
to KK.v r—am sai
4. A. A. A. A A A. A.
Hannan Rental Agency
A fr* e llr.t of ho era and Mata. Call
in parson at tin old* itund largest
real estate nctianitc in Michigan.
1 MrORAW BUILDING •
IJIROK 11-ro>>m house. 2-y*-ar-lea»o.
105 Wntß"'n-at. Rent reasonable to
rlaht party. 10 liinuttV walk to
dt y hall. Apply T Bargnmn, 828
<'harnh*r of Commerce. «'«<11111««-
7 50ft.
S3O AND $35
Two heated front Mats. new. Janitor
service. Call at 177 Taylor-ave.
Doyle, Main 349*
T" — ■ ■» ■ -i 1 . ssa. ur
111 MK>T—FUI> .1 AI'AIITHIATi.
FURNISHED APARTMENT
F'x rooms, five furnished, two-mile
circle, Woodwai d-avc district. Will
rent three room* a** kitchenett' . or
emir*- apartment. Call MR Bt’CK.
Cherrj 5H40. for particulars *
AT MOSS AITS~
148 60 BICECII A 4-rooin apartment,
new brick, private hath, kitchen,
gas rang", ret g
tur*\ dishes ami silverware; hol
and cold running water; walking
distance. Hpeclal summer rates.
Cherry 895-R
TO RENT- Brick M it, downstair*. 3
hedroon-,*. nml In first-class condi
tion 551 H*-ddig. within irtlf block
of Jalffervi ii line. i'all Mr* Blllis
Hi Cadsr M&-W
to in \ r—hi lUtBH ri \> *.«•
A TXVO-STORY building for laundry
or garage, machine shop or storage
room. Call Grand ,1786-K
TO IIR\T—r.IRIGRH
”1 WILL BUILD
A garage «* JaJ;f < * within the half mile
circle for un> good reliable man.
Lot located on the east side.
CHAS. 11. DOXTATOR
714 rhmii. *.f Coni Ph« n*- Cad. .151.
w \ > 11. if i** ni 1 HISCKI.I v m .<• I 9
Wanted a Lozk corner box ma
chine and-a box press.
DETROIT BATTERY CO.
104 E. High St.
CASH for old false teeth, sold crowns,
broken Jewelry, diamonds, watches,
err., full value paid Liberty Bf>r
f n P 7 Wood Wfl 4 *‘i floor, elevator
M VM KII—I’AR ««
FARMS WANTED
We have mils for Improved farms
of ail acreages within 100 mile* of
Detroit. If you lav* farms for aate
write us nf once or call
ROSS LAND CO.
61 Fc>rt-st West. Opposite *». O.
Phone Cadillac 5811.
t.w —r g —_■ : >
HI flIVEsa UIM'OII and VITIKI
ROOM IN'* 1 HOI’S R for sale at
Howard-*!..; well furnished. 15
rooms, chean If taken at once;
cause for Hellln-.' 1< ivlng city.
Cal 7 or phone fl *rrv 2730-R,
run s \ l.E — lt I.MUI, u r; I'iliil’KltlT
H. J. BARBER’S
Guaranteed Asbestos Stucco
Improves the looks of old frame
or brick hou • ** JCO per cent and
makes it cooler In summer ami
warmer in winter. Suv.ug on ice
and eon! almost pay- for work,
which Is flrat-class and guatan
teed. Call us for eHtifnate for
stucco or cement washes.
East 3 147
BIRMINGHAM BUNGALOW
Nmv , would cost $7,800 to duplicate;
8 room* and bath; oak, whits on •
nmol mill miih'inany finish; lot 70x
r ,M >; all hrubherv; l««n. orchard
snrl garden* tak« $6,500; shout
$l,lOO flown; on exclusive Onk-st
wii.l aitr» At wtu.Ann.
300-3G2 Holden Bldg. Cherry 5010.
ONE FLOOR BUNGALOW
SSOO DOWN
Vicksburg, n«nr l.lnwnml, 16-ft. lot;
modern In every respect, newly
decorated. 3 bedrooms, double ga
rage mid side driv« s6.''eft; first
come ftret served. II •-11 r Realty,
2290 Woodward, llem. 521 x.
Bungalow on highland Ave.
Just w<st of Hamilton Six rooms
anil bnth, $4..>00 $ *OO down Will
sell it furnl«hed if wanted
CHAS. H. DOXTATOR
714 Chamber of Com Ph"ne Pad 35.1
BARGAIN
SOS0 —DOWN- $650
Near Houlevard and Hamilton seven
rooms and bath, fu'l basement,
furnu e. dandy unr len. shade, and
paved alley; only $ .1.9*0: g» - t buay;
wn i.\ rtpp sn»i di' "Pl y
mu nrs'O i.i.,
Ma n 283;. loj'. Majestic Rider
OPEN SATURDAY 2TO ft
fffto < wn hungab-w, 674 M*nl«ttque,
paved st reel, block from 17. Jef
ferson. new. modern, oak ■ finish,
decorat' and .7 liedrrmtr** 1 - A!*o 79 f
nn<l s2l Phillips, teems. Owner,
Hickorf 110$-1!. Hickory 1389
Two Family Flat
Eurlld-ave , block and one-half from
Hamilton cat brb I; vt-neer *'x
rooms down ami «< v»m up; oak fln
|sb. I'ren-h doors This is a pood
buy Price *9 .309; s|.sf*o cash. Call
oy ier. darfl*!d l’s.
MILWAUKEE A\TT~
Near Woodwmd 3ftxp»o, with a•-
CHAS. 11. DOXTATOR
714 f’lmm *>f Pony. Phone Pad. 353. I
BARG UN
New tW .-family frame, fly. rn..m*
anfl sleeping j.otcli, one block from
J. fTeraoti east Price $1,509, with
$i ',ao down.
J. !» lU'SSKM,
Main 38x7. Dd Majestic Tilda
$l5O DOWN
Hut s 2-flnt ftirnnc- *. tiled bath, all
Improvement* Price $ . 55ft near
Van I*> kc and Harper
L. A SPfIAPHH.
t;ad *973. r»;.; P< not>M- and West 705
*fl»H IAI.K~MIM RLUIKO|II r<>R 6«l i him Kl I.AHMIII
HAINES’ WH.S, Tui I'EES. i.ADIL.V HA 1 ‘ OOPS
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mkz-.yw jif.i - *. ..
1 • • • ki*i - ind
-njittif jryjrijr
toupees on the market
for the li-ast monay. Wh^n
BEFORE 1 'i u,t next February you AFTER
will pay more for wigs and
toupees and will be k i king because they dnr.'t At. are not half made,
etc. Coni*- In with yur order* now. don't wait I cannot make all the 0
In r t month. \Vig» and toupees cleaned, repaired and pressed on abort
notice. Ladie don't fall to get a good switch pompadour, tranaforma-
tlon <>r anythin-: >Oll may b«* In need of now 1 have line stocks to se
lect from. IL-ar n mind lh*-ie are no impoits of flrst-quallty hair now—
»her-have be*-n none for some tlinc and hair goods habe been
bought a'if>ut three years and hi* all th* 10-tler for being on hand acme
tun*, a* n«>w th*-' will fade very llttl*- Mini fades most the flrat year
aftci being cut. If you have scalp troubles come and have your head and
ban Htt.nd and t<* b> a man of large experience. Hair *4resslng, shampoo
ing, mnnlcurlng. children’s hair cutting.
\VM \ HAINKS. 76 lirnnd Rlver-ave. West, **■*•■ nd d*'»or from Ragley.
kwh %.ti.tu—kkupknci-. rgiii'kH’i r
COLORED
PEOPLE
can buy hii Ideal 7-mom house.
Ideally located. Jiiat outside mile
circle Tiit price is extremely low
and ensy terms. Excellent east
side cottage just a hat you have
be-n looking fur Ask for par
ticulars. nothing bett-r to b<* had
In Detroit. Phone Cherry 784.
VIRGINIA PARK AYE.
Benutlfrl new. modern 2-Mat. 561
Virginia Pa r k-ave„ n-ai Tw-eifth
st.. laiii 1 garage, aide dilve; the
very last word In house building
Open f<r insi-« < ti*in 2 to 4. 1 P.
Ituhlns n. cwm-r, 82 I.u Salle Har
dens n rth. Walnut 5112.
LEASE OR PROPERTY
for sale or exchange. It pays to
look for quick deal. B Friedman,
450 Ulvanl.
6-ROOM MODERN ELAT
411* Ch'-pin ave.. and 54--7 I.eno\-uve
S7OO DOWN buys modern bungalow
near Chalmerjif and Hudson, decor
mt«-d, paved rttr»-et. See t'ds: you
will buy Ou-ni'r. Hickory 1106-ft
n»u wall—a ait urn
WTT.L pay cash tor vacant lots,
houses, flats, stores, acreage,
real est.ite equities. Land con
tracts bought: quick and sat
isfactory deals.
EBERT, 309 Majestic Bldg.
GRIX HOME PARK
Georgia. 40-ft.. 2-flat site, selling at
61,?60. tnke sxso cash for'
sale.
WILLARD & WIT,LARD,
.100-2 Mold.n Bldg, rii.-rrv 1010.
3c KKKT. WHITMAN *1,025
15 feet \shlan*l 1,250
4<* feet •'bnlmer'i 1,375
.10 feet Mrt ntst Iqu- 8.15
Own*ir, Hi* k<>ry 1106-R Hickory 1589
foh MAbK—nil in
LOOK HERE
6700 buy- 1-»(cro chicken tarm n <■ >t >*
limits, 10 rnlnutee t*> > »u and park,
house, r i able, hen house, orchard,
good soli. i
$2 2"0 bu\ s *0 acre*, good i'lilldings,
6800 di»wn. 8 mile* from city.
61,600 buys 70 acres 9 mil* a oiK. fair
building*, u snap.
65.000 burs 120 acres Alberta wheat
land. 6‘> (, o down. 6100 yearly.
62.200 i :i\ s Mn«- c*>neral t< re. new
buiMinga, new town, 6**oo down.
620 monthly.
160 farms, nil sixes, terms to suit
buyers, some with stock, crops,
r-adv to walk in.
OTTO LETTING. Port Huron. Mich.
210 ACRES
DAIRY AND STOCK FARM
2ft miles from Detroit, beautiful sur
roundings on tht Pontiac gravel
toad neai I’tico. New brick veneer
model n farm house, with nil con
veniences; (r"od 7-room tenant
house, Inrue basement barn, other
good buildings; line maple shade
along the rond; circhard. well
fenced; g ravel loam soil, borders
on the (Minton river; gravd
l>efl of about 75 acres, which will
more than pay for the farm. In
terested in buying a farm, you
should see tills one; leasonable
terms if desired. Perhaps owner
w ill consul' r mine exchange. For
full particulars see
MU RTSS ELL,
Main 3887. 1929 Majestic Rid*.
100 ACRES
Chance of n lifetime, located onlv 3
miles from Richmond on gravel
load; best of black loam soil Will
include two horses, two cow*. all
farming Implements. 2ft chicken*,
all crop-, crops are worth $2,090:
buildings new and \l. Price of
thl- desirable property only $10,000;
$5,500 will handle.
Also 2ft acres, 3 acres timber and
pasture, good 5-room house, crops
fine. Uj mile from Richmond sta
tion; lust of soil. Wilt exchang .
J. K. Denton. 322 Free Press Bldg.
Cadillac *9l 7.
""tw enty acres
Twelve Miles From City
(’lose to Stone Road
7-room cottage. two grind barns, and
pther outbuildings, buildings ai all
pant'd- . II S; 1 Will lfl“
rjud'' all crops, to give Imni'diate
poi.-".* lon. Price fi.ftftft $1,500
down, balance on contract. This
will mak» an Ideal hottu- for emne-
TROMLEY-WILSON & CO.
Pad *9»f» 1016 Pimm of Pom. Bldg.
Eight Miles From Detr< (
65 aerca first-class garden soil with ]
7-iootn Jiouse, barn and outbuild
ings; al«o good land, all cl< tired.
Includes ato"ks and tools with the
farm; for a price if $s '."'ft t'-ima
easy, oi might fiadc This farm Is
located n<-ar Plymouth road.
TROMLKY-W II.SON & CO.
Pad. H 609. I'd 6 Pham of Pom. Bldg !
YOUR CHANCE
40 acre* of land only 2* miles from i
city hall oul Grand Rlver-are ,
with 3-rooni house. small larn. |
gra\’i| loam soil, ••\rcllmt ftfuallty.
All cleared Will includ* crop'*. ?
horses. 2 roe • : ivunr .-attle,
ehbkens and hogs for a price of
$, 'Jon. «,n feints aml rive 1m - |
fiioMEKY-WlilsON & co
Pad 69ft9 Ml,; Pum . Potn. Rldr !
GRAND RIVER
Mile 6mm INdtofd five acres, very j
,1)01,. anti,' only M<'o per acre Its’
a baraain -be • i»»i«-1«. ow ner must
TkOMT ,EY-w\lixON & CO.
Pad. 6"ft9. 1016 Pham of Pom Bldg i
" DUNNING & STEVENS, Inc.
Established In 167* Pa'd i n Papllta Isl ftO.ooo o*. H J DAVIS. '•*crn*rf,
LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
For the Hale of Cl Hl*. l|og*. *hM*» and Calvaa. Con.ignm.nU KollcltM.
Nsw York Central* Stock Varda Fast Buffalo. K T. Telegraph and P*af
Office A Miess. «t.»ck Vafd*. Ruftaln. N TANARUS, «
Mill attock In your n<*in«. our ear*. Notify us of ■hfpm.nL Wo'U do ||*
rant Attach bill o. lading to sight draft* *non drar«v
r«K «Al.lv—F 4KM
FORTY ACRES
NORTH OF DETROIT
flood 7 - room house, basemsut, hlp
i .of baj-n. otlo-r i>uddiugs; all good,
day lotu'i sidl; well fenced; price
J ; 000 Ownei s must sell. It's A
bargain: 11,1 60 dun n,
T ROM I,E Y-VVIIjSON & CO.
f'*d. 0509. i»>i« Chsm. of Com Bldg.
HEAL ESTATE OTFOiiTt NITIBS
WE WANT good single homes In De
troit ,u xchango for Income prop
* ti\ in Detroit. We have one 5-apt,
and one 6-ap» that can be trans
ferred at ibis time, showing a One
Income. One tuke* no cash and one
will take |s,ftOo In cash Get in
touch with us for quick returns.
I NVE 4TM ENT DKPA RTMK’NT
Sandei*s-Drennan-Schinbine
Company
110 Penobscot bldg E*diitar 847.
Remodel Your Terrace
into h two-family flat. Make your
• Inv -im-nt a paying proposition. If
short of motie> now we furnish th*
balance on -asv terms. We also
repair In m*-* no matter how small
m big the Job. Call Cherry 668.
THE I’N'ITED CONTRACTING CO..
Alteration dept.. 606 Hodges bldg.
Evenings cell North
7flts’a flat”
you want, see us before you buy:
have them from $5,000 to 626.000.
with term*,
('HAS. IT. DOXTATOR ,
711 Chun, "f Com. Phone Cad. 366.
TO EX* H A XUB—K \ 1018
M E WANT FARMS. 7-flats. 4-flats or
nn-. thing in or around’Detroit that
v ii have t. exchange. See our list
in exchange column.
I.WE STM ENT DEPARTMFNTV
Sanders-I >rennan-Schinbine
Company
.’’is Penobscot bldg
I- Ult *• \ I.E—IIISI KLLAhKOns
BOEHM > 'LARINET Bargain, genu
ine buffet. ”H" Mat. concert pitch:
17 l<i.\ a *d verv little: g*>o<l con
<lll l*m, 625 takes It. QRIKNBLb
i 7 7 Monroe.
S»tDA FOUNTAINS, new and uaed; •
steam tables, store furniture, eof
f- urns. Kasy terms. Os . Marsh
■it Atw-ater-st. Vfain 476 L
CAI’KN PIANO 6D»O, was $375; rare
bargain F* w dollars <l«»wn; week
ly payments GKINNKLL BROS.*
n* - »nch, 57 Monroe.
TV PI A PITERS -600. all makes, like
*lb|e, i en'' and <»r
Id. $2 n l.rd Moor. 160 feffer-
Fon-ave.. n* ii Wuiiilward. M 4102.
SODA roi’v*T.rrNS, new- and used
onto* !'fire within reason.
IAM I”PTT**W CAW * MFO CO.
100 l - - "adlllac 2370.
I \4 p * .it ?120 dl fc- unt.
lilt* n*-w \ in- «■" n terms. GRIN-
S' ELE nnn«. 215 Woodward.
STORAME fi-rnit *re, nearly new. bar
gain price. 8-imtier C«>. Mich. & 4th.
ROOMS Furniture for rooms com
plete 61 w-cej S miner. Mich. A 4th.
MO MCI ii» i ;» v x
MONEY TO LOAN
ON VACANT LOTS
Liberal loan* on real estate.
Second nv etjtftge realty loans.
Will buv e'iu.tl"s In vacant lots and
Improved property.
EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg.
LAND CONTRACTS bought.
Quick and satisfactory deals.
EBERT 309 Majestic Bldg.
CONSTRICT ON DOANS Liberal
1 Gratiot.
IVK FT V T.AND CONTRACTB- ’
Detroit I.and Contract Cos.
S’ - ’ 8f Hammond R’dr Pad. 591*.
STORAGE ANO CAIITAGB
* I Ml: Hi STORAGE CO., moving,
picking flrerroof; rate* right. Mo.
tor \*»n* for suburban moving.
Phone P*idiHic *9.
APME Storage mnmmofh warehouse.
» ng M x' l '* 41 Oilman.
p\RT' MOVING to Pairfornla can
rent onrt cf cnr. Pentral storage
P«dlllr,< 6*
| f»v I' aM» foino
F( >UND, IN BOOK BLDG
.V. • IB: h 'I" Finder will
return Mtnc to owner upon proper
1 mi f* tfi n and cn.t of advertlaa
in.-ni. ■! Npws, Free I’re.ia. Journal
and rime* Itmutra of Hammerton.
Time* office.
PfcllXftXAl,
y poor girl Is IB
trouble, needing advice, friendehlp
* wiife or ''.'ll! on SECRIG*
TUV MAHOARFT .d'FFY. 1«IT
Went SaDitlon Army.
IMM (M. %« 11001 «
1 1 I Mf)!»ER\ DANCES
nre g> if nt »fV \f P CRAVES In
6 PRIVATE LESSONS $5
fn ■ \< M PR AVt’.S privately
/ without a
fi ;,i - |t rrin V"iir course any day
vi' t- v ■ i > trt, :r» wpodwarp
\Vi * f Mr (‘rave* >m th# sth
fl. ”• ' •' '.ML || ,
Isl *1 \IAX < UIIH.
ED. BAGtiOTT CARTAGE*
Trucking
rjlT >' > niNTHWT TRIPE; S.W*
MONEY.
H'tviM, PtUfiES $A* \T> on HOTtlls
\im:; -xiNP, THI NKS ANY PART
i « TV 73. pHoNE WERT
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