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MONDAY, AII.UM J 7 , IHI 7,
STOCK MARKET
TAKES SLUMP
Weakness (Quickly Ftillows
Optimistic Opening
Prices
NKW YORK. Ang. *7. Tho New
ft ri k lift oiling Sun nnanrial r» \i* w
today aa'il; *
Th' \tr ikno.Hv which dovHotiod ui
midil iy In today'a .*tock mark»»t wh;
•tu logical result of an over indul
gence in o[>ttmlkm by the traders In
ihe drat hour While hualpcK* waa
it all tlniei- light, prices were hid
up quite Mharpi> in aome caaea
(ouna of a fraction to a point or
more were made in the steel. *hlp
pink, equipment and certain upeclal
i> iaauea. The copper hhares were
weak and the sugar atocka were at
fir ' inclined to tu reactionary on
price fixing, till! the hflllng w very
limited I.OK«e* were eonsiderahle
m »h«- munitions group A few auh
'antial selling order l * were put in
i.m h*'fore
Siee| Inst over h point
Trading continued dull to a de
cue HuslnesH 111 bonds also WHS
restruted and changea were alight
Detroit Stocks
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p'irr 133 159 170
| ;, v 73ft 300 ’ftft
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Nat MU »>f '’in . .217 I*?•»
f .... 275 '27 5 ....
1 -.I )4*v Punk 210 221 ....
'v .vri. r H .... 390 170 ....
f, . • Trust Cos .... 3*6 *59 900
ge • rltv Trust ... 23* l*o
Union rust 190 190 19*
Ain'■ r L * T I*o ....
The followln* arm* *ra pr*»llre'l
r ,’M th' Cirllinff
\\ F Muta A Cos. Carljrl** * Povali
P.r M Writ A Cos.. K K Ma'-or.-ni
C Cos H W. Nohl* A Cos.. D. I. 7>»y
--m ur A Cos. W B MrLan’ehlln
r I I.yn-h A Cos.. W. A Hamlin A
Wni 3 N*»r A <4!nr'alr A 'onla
Mnlknv A Cos. Wm. H. 11'**
• Cos. K K Plton A-.. . Joaimio-k
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I I' Uly A C<> Matthrw Finn. A W
Walla' p A Cos. U*rl« <J Oort on. HpM
rt,n Woodruff A <'o.. Manner. Cranial
A Mi ahl l>odd Martin A Cos. O’Hara.
K» rrln A Cos. ftVabh A Cos.
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SILVER AND
THE SILVER STOCKS
Me. aitse silver !• now focusing the ntt<ntlon of 'n* *«("M <n
all pnrts of the country. We have ptepand V -’l*l *’l \ L P\M PM-
I i;i n M grotip of silver properties that should ' I.refitted bx
the risiriK price of the m.-tal This IctH-r [u- »nfs a sh«>rt but
. ..nipt eh. naive vI'W of each pr ■■perty. i-PltTS'lnr
9 I.T % < ft"
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Poplea mailed without • harge on request
Our illrecr prlvale «slre to the Irarflrxa nmrhrl renter* enahles 11*
to «t,r r irrpllnsal amlrf on orders for Motor S|och». 'llt<ln a anil Oil
si„,-h» and 1 nrl, lodnsirlolo.
77 e rorr* the oho»e otochs on reosonohle mnrglns.
Charles A. Stoneham & Cos.
I'rs'.k.enl lln lld Ifxa. Ilelroll. • ndlllnr HIV*
I'i 1 vate |r U r-d wire system r. nneri n-; all »m fflecs in the f.xj-
NF.7V VUHK PHILAHULPIIIA I’lHft A«l<*
IUi<IT'»N TfiBONTh IIAKTF' *Kli
pnoVIDKN’rK
New York Stocks
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iVuoiatiwna n> Hornhlower >x Wn ka,
Vug 27 i »|iph HigU la»w On*>-
Alaska i|«>l«1 f» 4 •'« 4 ’ >v » 6 4
Allis I'hilmr* J'i 4 4 2*l, 2*4
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Am.-i l>n i-i>m 44 4 4
Am <’A I rein 7.1 4 74 7 3 73
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Aim Sn.» It A .ll'ai', |m' >j 'c", '''J 1 *
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Am 11. •• t Sugr *9\ "ft 1 * b* l ,
Am Woolen . ft" 4 7*o 4 ftou
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pennxvl '2 * 7.7 ! » '2' 4
rut* «\ , n*, 4x 474 44
P' 1 lime*, 14 2 ! 4 ’2 14” 142
I A) < ' I: xi * ‘ X, 2 b ft,
P.X S' 5.... •. •, 7,0 \* •»% ft" 4
imp I A- Si «' 4 <7 4ft 434
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T ’n : • V 11, • 4 ,7 ft 4 7 ft T
Ceil (’(K Str* I'M'. S 1 * 4 123% 121
Cnlte.f »•*-., it 1 <l4 19 , ft” 4 ft. 1 •*>%
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p.,1 p',l ft ft 9 (9 4b 49
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Standard Oil Stocks
K
<V Ia 11" r. s 1 11- rnbi xx o A 55’ecks
1 4iu J" Bid Ask
Aug'- 7 11. »■ < ! ' nr xx 1 ;* 1 j
j Mlarit" ;.• I; . 11 • • '• ‘*7.l
! ' .o'n« ' \ nr.,, 1 < 11 'i 13ft
Mu. lx. x- P pe I.in'- ' 97 |ftrt
. i. ti M. .. • ’ 3f"> 41st
I’. d'in 111 1 •ul ' S'* *ft
. 111 n•*i 111 (' * '' 60'*' *27
j 1 ’».. s. .-ni !’ip» 1 . • . I '. :t; ti*
.'urn .er Is lid Pi|»r I,in* . I f l ' l ?’"9
Eureka mp' in< 715 27 r '
' *.»!-.< a ■ *4l «’ 4'. 7
D , .es. •" 1 ’79 * r«3
.igvds P J." “23 0
Induiiu l'l|c J.in«' i’.i 9;i lfl
Nat'.'nnl Transit <’o 14 16
New 7 ik Transit t ■ 2" W ’(l3
N• ■rt*l e> n I ’ ;xc 1.1 ne •’. 10 4 1• 6
> 1 1 .111 »ul 3 »l 2 3 6*
Pi' i. c «' I (’ rt'niiitlnn 11 2%
Pm. ii 11 l .»• *!< s .’.I ,*,6ft
‘roftr >• Pip* l,*n" 2*7 27’
S da , I:, tin n-, f«i 3*ft
“..tit' P.-nn ' ul I’.. 25 33'*
West I’n I’tne 1, lift ll.x
x-’i; ■ •' 1 I’., ft’alif 2'. ■ 256
I ’••. ’ n<. in na ”■> •
H . \ m.'n.s 64* f»*i*
1 •... Kft-ntu. lxx 3.' * .770
. t*<>. Nebraska 49ft r. 10
I in. \ xv .1* 1 . x f * • 6*5
• , N xv t , .. .. 7V7 .-*.t
Ho. <'hi 4*.ft 4*o
'ftxx.nn Fin* h <’" 1 9** lift!
Union Tin lx Line «. If ;’ 107
Va< u '.in *ii I ( ■ 37" 37 5
V nablrgi. n " I < < 3 2 36
S. ■*1«l a " and ft"l ft'Ml stock 31ftft7
Ho ‘"Ubs 15 25
toil P- i“. t. 11111 12% 12%
M .1 N\ • .*1 l:< i'( 175 177
I .-ri'i M' ‘in 17 49
1 nq- <’ m 1 1 11 'ift 41 •
01.1.1 > ni tti’.ii
ri/*;iN ’I lie 35 Butter, 41c
hi In sal'- 1..1M -xeel , pn’ce, 4 ft ,
4 *7 i»r
111 ti7ii7 n7 7
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7MV 117 7
7| 711 Ml I I*7l.
Till lilt. 77-1 T 7 II
44(17 4111 II - PITT*-
111 II Ii
HA 711 7 77 OMIP.H
7iri«7| M.
Mill 111 «1 711
OAT 7 1110 *ll7 Fit
pi nrxii 1 m.-ui 7110
bill" K\ li'7* I
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9 I 7 Nil. «S IS 7PH
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•> l’». 77 7 IIT
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ri mink 7 7ti m.
TIT 77 It 7T7MI
-7 Mil
I UNO. Mi l IIONT
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Grain and Provisions
> 1 1 ■■■ '
('HK'AUi't. Aug 27 • r*
ports on the pi"ft,"Mt < f th- '"in
crop letmltei In little S'-tlvitx in in
futures today, and tln-x m c firm
around Saturday's i loxlng.
i'errmWr n>rn o| ened '«.• 1 xxer
ftn,| later j,i. toil 4' at an opening
of SI .07 ’« Max p* »• -I at f I 11
4*c. and sold laP r '« ■ 't,>wn.
(tats weie firm in -x input' > w,H
"urn Septem'ter o|»en' .l nr., I
at.d ,at*i showed n>. Iha.lV" fi-rni c ’■
• pening of •3% 1. I ’.‘l eii, .1 o, "to and
down '«» at 7>3r and latei 'xae 1;
**i’. Max opened a' iii down ’»■
and declined 4»*
rrovision* were Irregulat "it a
»low and higher hog mat kct.
r>KTRO|T. AU* 27 <’lr.He All the
Ria'ns were unchanged and inn • x,
at th" opt nit If ’1 I teWf I- no < a rly
wheat i|U • t»tft ins fr.im I’limago, hut
• xniftll adxMh.e \x:is ‘iio t"! in corn
and <,(it
Mil U-rs continue to l.iix- w * .-at In
ripen market sm, xxill do , until
Sepi |. Th*-x buy lather :d"wlx and
ri .1 quilt rtoiii lit" Hill! hut e 4 -
I*l a "Hr a.tixe trade ,n -i short
time because of depleted storks
The promise of warmer xxeather
wax expected t,. •n< uirag' ,-ars ' >
s#ll corn, hilt th>ii 1- still enough
fiar of lrc.xt In prevent a«t'\e ..per
a' T* to the t«..,r and the ft-ar x
msiket xvasflttner than 1 m» te.l In
the lo ni mm V l 1 on w .1 * in demand
and milling fm . !»•. •< ilnng in an
a Ivan. • >.f ... • :*■ l> n ih* <lav. t'nxh
loin iv <• -mlng in slow! uni st" k
are sinrill. ft 'ope U"n . s have milch
trouble securing supplies
•Vats ar» h-ddlng better than ex
pected r.nd the big flood .f i*'*
has not nmtrria' /.ed Farmer » nr»
keeping th*n ',at.< mi, 1 appeal f)e'. .
mined not to s»ll ~t the prevent lev 1
ft >ther natkets nport rnrmei* put
tin* ft ie- 11 , it* m Id 11 v and n<U ..qi
ing
IP porta of the fix t.g of « »t
prli < h‘ iioox "i tinx ■ ml i r I
nreniatore loalerv expect if, < .w
; wh»re thex are at n a few ,p»>
i Means ai*» tru-ix and « large »■»-.., ,
exj «• t• ted in * 1 'f 1 of mift'inr fr t '
.9 In>ut 30 ii" \ s more
| Wheat 1* duO and un-d'anir- and. ■ ,
deftllned ijc, (■■ rn «d\ 111 •>1 .*■■. xnl
i the othet grain, and aeeds w *r.
1 st e,,d x
! M,,ndav e wh < «t qmit 9 * o na: <’ •
No 2 red. *2 1.. N xx » '. * In
Moridax s (flare im in . '.,1 t.
jiorn Cash No 2 J ' • . . v• U .
J I ♦ - r , N',V 4 x e 11. xx , I ! '‘.l I,n ♦ v
! standard .*»7» N'.. i v te . V l
, 'Xtu'e . It > e ft’...). N.i *
sft'-pt end tr. 7 1.7 M»ao ' • a• •
and ttoinut vlipnient *7 • *. *- t-
I* ’• 1 S•• d.‘ i rime 1. , i l x II 2
ft »ct. her. * 1.7 tilaikc, $I i"• hp ’ x
♦3
t\ rI and « X* heft ft ex p, •• t s 1* ft XX •
'xx e t e *414 lft»J . ti a 1 nst 9 ,'.*i'.oi, • 1 . 1
, week H» and 12 4 1 *».•■■•'> i a xeai
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I’r•"1 .1 x xx I • s t r ii tft ■ xv ere 1
77 "ii 1u rt Mist t 1 "• Hus
x
I. v •! v ' x- • . t h; ( j i Mi n
- :::• ft I ",| 1 1
I Vla’hle aupplx Chat • v. heat. .
4*l s‘i- 1 deer :. • • 1 ' .Oil.
, Increase oats, 97.* 0-o • *•■ *.
11. tpt.v X'.l.at Mon'hix Hiili»‘
! < « xi.ft.nvt 91 a . ,*r . .M rm
j«• t' Its ii l *. ci. r* it" n*» '• Winni
I 1 e.. |, t . i.t , aralnrt <**< < hh-.-ta
4 1 - ass i.g .1 net 74 a-oittiweat. .371."
!li » n n*t '.’.'* 0 hu
liee- ipt * in th‘ T"■ ft| nl l market
M nd.ix m» iurlf.l I.""" id, , f lour,
1 "l .' h> 1 ! 7 of c. on c.o of , a' -
and Ift 'I !'• Slit pm- n * x« c • 2.' »,•»
hd* . f I'.. I, . 000 hj ~f <orn nn.i
*.OO 1 in mill M>, are l t 0 1
I'll f xx-lie .* f "t,O hu ,f corn. .7 . 0 1 "'
: u. of (/its. . r> If. "00 hu. (if rx-. .
t 111! Vfift) (.It \l\
ft’HK'A'if'. Aug 77. Hpenlng -
I i'i>rn Heoemh' r down 4, M«v up
!4‘ ft'al-" Se, feint M Uocl, ftnge.l
r>e,-eni era- x»n 4' "t’ l •! xx 1 4c
Mr- visions «i.cner»!lj h irhrr
No, n Corn I>e.-. m'.>-r n 40 Muv
fl•,xvn c (»nf* sepien ler un
-1 anged Hc-emher. up % > May
d"’x n f’rox-te 1 n« H f,g i)a»
I’lnv* ftVrr He.-'-mher nt' I'.i 1
Max- tip ■'*, i>at« S. , -en '.er up
I'» ertilo-r t:p Max up >»' l*ro
x onfu ri nerallx highe-.
'Quotations bv Mnine. Webber A
Cos., Aug 27.
• ‘pen Tligh Is'W. ("*|o.«e
Corn
Dee 1 07% 10 4 1 (7 », 1 "9 4
Mix 1 "4, 1 ti*', lit 1 * 1 it*
oats
Sept . 52 % 7,7 1* ‘24 7 7 ft,
The,- 7x7 ’,4 4 7,2% 4
M a x 5 7 J 7 4 *l4
Fh.rk -
Sept 42 31 42 '0 4? 30 ft
Oct 4 1 70 47 «: 4 1 41 37
I .a rd
Sept 2272 2237 2 70 ”j 37
< "'ft . 2 2 77- 22 57, 2 2 07 ; j n*
.Jan 2 1 77. '1 77 21 57, . 1 i^7
IVhv |
Sept , 2J 1" 23 J 7, 2.1 10 2 ’ 1
ft ft'M . 23 o*. 23 07 22 '' 2 t 07
Jan 21 3 1 20 30 20 .10 20 0 '
rot 1 ri«» ).it m xi \ mkiit
T'ftl.Hl'h , (T. \ug 27 (*l.,se.
77 heat Cash, I ' 19 Cot I .
i\ -1 Hi-, en- »*r 111" % XI a > 1 3 .
i-ats Cash r >" ’x. • September, 7.7. 4 •
I 'si i tnlift s*c. May, 7.9', l!o
• ash. *1 7", I ’lox-er *ee«l ('n«h. 112 '
<X. I diet 113 '2O; He, ..nit er J 1.7 7 >«,
t
T'ttftothy <’axh. Ft 77, Set t«mh. r *4
< ict>'bet, 1 Mutter 1 Hck ermtn
• t>. t7ft tub creamery, 4 , Kip
Fr- s!' eanille 1. 39. faoex si-lects. 47r
11,-ix -.No. 1 ftim«>thx 51 ■. No. 2 tmi
■>thv, 514. mixed. |l*. h< t»v> mixed
*l3
Motor Stocks
Ni
Quotations furnishe*' t>x 77 ni \
Aug 27 Bid Ask
Ajax Ituhher . ***> 67%
7 ...x» 77 lieel
Br’sc. •* Motor 20
• 'handler Motoi .. 79* / -1 i,
• 'de Mfttnr . ... IP)
f’urt*« Nemplane 45% 1 1 ; . 4
Implex Motor 14*%
Federal Motor 27
Fisher Body 35% 59
Flak Tire A Rubber ... 05 To
Firestone, new 115 11s
I*o, preferred .... If): 1 * 104%
Oeneral Motors
I'handler Motor . . *1 *2%
lloodrhh Tlrea I*% 47 *
Grant Motors 2
Hupp Motor 2 % 3%
International Motor 1 •
Kellx sftprlngfleld 'i'tre ' . \ 45
K«Uft>) 77'hee| *•..
lo Tire dr Rubber 2fi
74 tHe 1 Rtlh'.ei
N'a*h 'lft-toi• )7 2
Motor Products 3.5 12
Nash Motor* ... . .
I • r . -f Motor K
rn* in- .7rrow ...... ;• x >
Portng-x Rubber 1
Republh Truck >6 "
?n xi n Motor 1 . %
Mctdppn-Mooth .pi
xiignsi Truck
Htft'W art-77 arner Speed
Htroinberg Motoi
Stills Motor 1
Swinehart Ruhhei
IT Med St a P'7 Rubber. f i •’ ’
I’ll ted Motors . . ... 22 * 23 %
77'tlljre I'verland lit» v
Ho. preferred
77'bite 46 4*
I Kit 7t.1l 111 TTI.lt 717MR1.1
' Ml* V7' .X ', ,4H|C • B 1 ■ r I
Iras. 41'fC flrst« ;ic dalrx- »ilrs
'*4i(9%« flr.st.l, i«i 57 %• Eptf .*’
t 7 (lilts l >‘, .72 T t< t'eets. jl* »i"
37c' I’heese T’- ills, 3% 'q
young America' 21% T 1. xe
pf'Ultr.x PVw Is, 2006 3.7' «lu< 1«. 1 7 <l
.Tft- geese. I*'.il*c. spring*. 22 43 23c
•urkex.s, l*c. potato*-* Receipts.
| »C cars, Wisconsin, *1 JOT 1.15 7T>n
nsi *s. 11 • 6 •.* • far st |l
1 40 *
Ml TP* SI 7N () KM«7
I 'EI P< »IT, ' eg. 27 Mitt F -:«h
• r*ait'<sr> extras. Me. first « :t9ff3?%*
1• 1 lb. Mr .<et rrm
L'ggs 1 '•(*■> Mi bigan f.rqi x»-ere
I firm si 3• % .*• 9c per do* , an adx’am e
1 of a cenC
DETROIT TIIVIES
Produce
3 — J
Th* mu Ket xx a lure if poultry
j ti; i m. 1 long having cleaned up "n
I '•'nt'i 1.1 xi'h ni'th ng in <»n the
jft-mi) .hMver.t-, and ttie same xvas
4t I U,t •! 1t- «. and ft’M 1 X S, Ite. eiplx nf
xx .< , and t ."M t.f onx from near*by
'■ 1 •( 1. quitfr> e. the market
nc ir. ~,..tii| (ft. I Inwft-r. Cana
ji, f* Iso Joftx-er on
( 1 • -I -, it x* it 1 these excep*
t ti t er wav ailed stendx
1 1 are <• tiling tn a little
(••'ft '.t 1 ' "lit There Is no large
i; f 1■ a. hft-s. tint California
,e‘.i|. 1 ar s stit plums are plenti
(ul 1 mV- .ti g, I<i dft tniiid
A toll* Ifarxesr *6 to 3 per hhl
liixeHiot* Ciood xtitpptng .stuck.
t % c * It
Ili't’i.s Drift'd T.lmns 17c lb .
Ilerrlea 11 u h I'-bert *4.50(14 76
hu.
I'ewrs Bartlett . *3 77, -t 4 per bo*.
4 Mlllornlu KrtHta P*-acfiea, 11.50;
1 ft" * ' pft-r x Main ga grapes.
*2 23 p.-r 1 x
It,e*». it i altes Fancy. :ountry
iff tic,
common, H
Fresh \ egrlnhlrn Berta. *1.50 hftl.;
tur- ips *l.‘ ti r:id*'vh**a. 50, per
Canadian tomatoes, P6c par
I 1 ~m" »a • t -r> 1 1 30«* <lo* ;
■ tir, i, *1 3" bu < aulitluwer. 13 50
ran*. * 1 0
hu . gt'-' ti h« *n}i 35 bu . green
2’> and i.. green corn. *2 sack.
4,inpe« 17 1 l.uaketa, *) 26.
Hsftfti) N"w I 11 y white, 19c per
lb.
ilu> -I*"tri It nhlppers are paying
the foil ,x n nric.-H for t aled hay tn
.... ilrolt: 1 ttarv>-
Hy. 110 ,141 a*andar.l iapi"tby.
tl r , ,0 . I'. I mix 1. 31* 50*# l*;
N 2t• ni 'h\. fI 4 R'ft /.7 ;No Itn I xad.
*l4 .( N’r 2 mixed. *UKf 12. No.
l <I<M xr. *l2 it 1.3 60; rye »t. a v*, *lO 5 0
Mil, wh xt and oat straw, *9.60010
i j"i ton.
• ei,i<ins f’.i jier b"*
l.lnira fl 10j I *5 pel 100.
7|,-lona Ko, k> f,,t ds. *2*77xTF .3 ; xvn
-1 •» '.O •n< h little gems.
1 77.. ha i«. t flats, SO „ v.V*.
Atn iniitv 2"©2H; ilmnndi,
ft!',. rt«, 183419, ; Mraalla.
, Otic Ib.j nut
t - I'artons, nlmnndi. 50e;
w 1 rtns. S9c It)., pea.iuta
r,,,«. 1 '( r x. lie. Tumbo. 12c lb.
<•> iic g,-s 11•*t ii, - 11 70 17 475 per
box
• tnl'iii* 'I . gt xx n. *l *0 hu.;
F 7 . p.x iat pick ling
j "I- xx-'. •g I 7,i'i lit!
i i<itlnigf-s 11 7.0 p 1 Md
l.el t lire— 1 t I. F I ■ per use;
1* *>o" 1 ■ r hu
I hit nlor * 1:11 •r n x-. ‘lr ••. *1 75 per
bu
I’enft-tx'-s Klh» •r 1 * 2 7 * hu.
I’liims pi t ;f • x in xk*'ti
I‘ftMiltrs 1 , '.'l 2SI light
.. •' No 1 h. 27i ft- 70i-:
: I • t 1.1- •2 ■ ’ 1 : roosters. 1 5 'if
H\ : 1 1 g 1* <1 17ft' Ih
vXX• < ‘ t-fttfui.ics V ;t. P 'ft *7 2*l
" r -t- 5 I" r bu
.jottniMi plum,
ft'nnril goods Atq .• e. It per
l 1 t” 4:1:1. Jl -Tilt 2, coin,
I m > M 1 tic, 2, etandard. *1 S 'C p a.-.
•", . > ■■ . • . ! i»:i. ;’ . ". /.1 Irn in.
‘.II * n. a 1, x: . t p< aa. 12. to
(i.-igiu, #*.« iftir 7. lb. sas
k* t.
« .-•»«-• -, n t 1. Standard IJiflSc;
II I 2*. It to,
Ift ' |oi( Rng> r. 19 it 22c.
1-lb tin ‘V2 ' -
t’<••>,l -■ k - Bran. 14 1.
! tine m'd
-1! 'it 7 ' • •k' l i ■ .rn, 17 tSO
• 1 i • int.: i \ 72. com and «at
c-b' I J*" '" : t- • fft
I- lour lot xx luf r • j>H 1 r n•. ) 1 2.5 U;
J • ' t ’ V( ! t t * 1 2
■i ring it tv Ins rye fl.,ur. *l2
I* • b'd. "f-: 'i I':. ,n eighth paper
su< k «
Oil*—lot • •*. 11. 1 SIX 31 hot led,
iron ba rrej v.
9i na '-oiine " 1 -x gat.
I’ro* Istiin* M< ;,<>rk. *42. fum
lix , > ift* < "(I! 4 ik »ft 2 'dft 4:
Ini' 2 ’ 2* , t.»*. on, 294'd 35c;
pi.* hams 2” i2M- shoulders.
U , I" k't-. >27 lard 24%
1 - "* —J b .
Hides N'.. , , 'lied hldei. 22e No.
1 green hloen. 19 N, 1 c'tred hulls.
15. So ; green bulls, 13,-; No. 1
I ureitd .-I n 1 kip. 2dc No, 1 green X’eal
kip. 25c. No. 1 curd murrain 22c;
No. 1 i. r-. ri N o 1
< • I cnH. 77. . N • 1 green calf. J.7c;
N< 1 h 1 ■ ul<; e ix. *7; 7x'o 3 horse
old's. **' No 1 fallow, 7 4c; No 2
till! xv, 1 0 lb No 1 |,ldes, lc off.
N" 2 hi l * and <a!f. 1 >»,r off ehe.*p
aklnv (9 • • -r. nnt xx r», I). 29rfMl 50.
Livestock
J
XI It II 11. 7 X 4 1 VI It 71. «x IIM K 7 7 111 IN
nrrrTi" r. \ ixr 2 <".-»ttie Mar-,
ke* -it. »clx Ht Tuesday .* close, best j
1,. 1 > 'c tl«)-i iO.SO. b* *1 handy 1
■taera, $ ■ *96
h . -IX lli hut 'hel S. *: (I 6. llxht
but cl fa, 98.60*2 ’ beat < «*, 8. ;• and
7 75. hut hei . .\x%. *6 sft'U 7 . ccxmni >n
»- vx a im*’ rs, f 4.5041 5 25, i
* .ft i x bologna
hull* J i 7 -link bulls. 8*1.50 46 6
fe■ .* f , .■■ U v (1. sI o* k**r*. *•'.(/
2'. tullhet s nd spr nsers |4o4iss
7’c.il a'x- M.irket steady . best
grades <l '• / |•; , th'-rs 19 It 14
Sheep and Ist 1*• Market si. xx lost
Ia i )>.*, |i.. lair In mb*. *l4''| 1 4 50;
in r. * rrit’S. ill (13, fair
to t >od sh. ft p 17.50 fj xv’ culls and
• ».in i,n 4 u 7 H"i;i* Market steady
pigs, ii '<*'•/ I*> 75. mix'd grades,
517 / 1 9,50.
P7Np ni I’l-’7IO PI 707 xTlirK
I 7ST Ih'lTMftO, N Y. Aug 27
I'ittb Bcc'ipts. 6,7ftft. market fairly
active, st.-ady. ow-i-r. pi.ioc
st* <-r- *l74i 13 2.'.. t it * • i grad.-s, I *
i1 ’ " he if« i • |7 ■< 10.60, cows, 15 6(
• " hull. } • 25. tn'leh ws and
sprng*.rs l*>o il:6; feeders. $ 4 501i*
f'Rlx-ftS Riceipts l,l'."ft, mark"* ac
tive steady, ciill to .’he *Sffi l*i 25.
S* •• p and lambs Receipts. 2 4"0.
n H'k • actlx-e. stead' . choice lambs,
*ls 76 (6 16. cull to fair. |lf* 4t I 3 *2f<.
. eii r ’-in gs t:*li 13 r .O st,. .j , » .11
li- gs Re» eipj« 4 x"" market ac
'. higher yo fkef a, 11 *- ■
17 • pig*. *i * ft VI 1 * Mixed. * 1 * •
1 7 70 t.ax x, I' 77' if 17 6... roughs,
*ls '.fth Hi. staK-. *! it 'ATi 1 4
t IMI 7 (•<> Pi 7 07 N IKI K
f’MIOAGt'. Au>r 27 tt"»,s rt • -
< e pt.« 1 '. market slow. 26c low -
• I, in.Md and butchers 11 5 75ft 1 ? 4 5
1. and I.ea vx 11* *ft 'j 1 T .l.x. rough
h'lftv |*s 70 1' 16 ftft Tight, *1 567 if
17 ”'. pig* lift TVi 1 4 27. Cattle;
ffe.'eipts. ’’x tnaik't *ir<>ng to
'.ft. i glier he I tieex.-ft. $« 25 115 sft.
. w - .in ? h<• Ife i«, * l fti.6 fi 1 ’ sto* kers
and feeder-' t »>. I (l 9 25. a Ives, $116"
i jr, h* ee'. f?. ipt .* 1" Rftfl; n ar-
Wcft te ..tx i . * '. i Hr. native t 9ft
/* 'l western, *N4"'iill 35 lambs,
|l< 7xl 7 XV .> stein. $11(41*75.
1 I Mil 7 N It I 17 P 117*1 K
i%i:vn,4\fi. Aug Hogs; Re
.» •is l,s"ft market sloxx- to 15 ff
h'K*ie; x-orkers. *l7 mtx-d.
*l7 1’ no-d un -. *l7 2 5 t igs, *ls.
.. ighs 81-7.76 stags *l3 7R. t’attle
;■'* cal', market slow and
». I '-heex. and l(J’nb!7: Receip**.
* -.1 ir. i' k-'f st. ad top, *17.25
t’vlvrs Re'-efpts, Tftft, stead' - , top.
*l6
I «*l I.l*l* I I 7 P 7TW K
x Receipts
Ii • .»'• * IOC .5c higher heev
-317 ;17 2 5 '- .' unis. >17,27. i
r kers Ilf. *•-’7 15: good pig*,
pi* r 17. Citll" Steady Sheep
hiiil lamb? Steady

NI 77 > llßh IMIOIH < 07
vri* 'I’K. \ u 44 :: Flour:
i*o - ' (i".l »p ’’.inged Pork quiet.
f> . |46''i 46 7' ' rti ' and n.tfl
«/ f est -t. I ■*" ?2 jo Sugar.
Jtjrw. -te.idx Ir; 'r fuvw*, 3* *est.
* ' ( bii«< xvadn, * • test. *6 52
~1 ellri'd stesdv ci,t Toss. J 9 9'*:
■ ' « ’>s i*f*w L r*d $R 55«9 18.
I npnn'nted, *v * r-*' fee- Rifl No
7 <n '(7'.t, is IM. w Dull, spe
ii* :f% C. CM x . ■1 -l • 117 Q'Met
r -'re No I, |'l. : l!U No *. *5
: •*. ; clover. 67*. • *1 05. l<re»eej
P 'ultr' Q it'♦ turkeys * .
. .ek -IS. 2' N foxx IS. t * Y 2*c;
duck' I'H l, \e p. uMrx Firm;
l " U-'V and 'ft c'■ I*- 1 .« fowl* 21
’■i 27'• *UTH»v*. |*c r.„,.t,.ra I*fit?*,
• h .keri hrnller* 6■( 32r. f'heese
: 41. state mill R to specials.
14’" *< skims, corr m n to speclala.
2d I So.
REO MOTOR
STOCK SOARS
BY O'HARA, FERRISS <1 CO.
Altho the amount of Hah 1 * was
small, prices cuntinued firm at the
opening of the local stock etchangi*.
Moiuhiy H*-o Car connnu*J upward
«lih a bid of 28 1-2, stock offered at
"0. Hollaml St. Ixiuts Sugar at 13 1-4
to 13, and Columbia Sugar at 13 1-4
to !4. showed the main str**ngth of
the local sugar shares. The Char
coals were quite and steady
Falgft* Motor displayed demand
with <i bid of 24, while Continental
at n to 6 3-S. lietrolt Ddison 119 1 4
bid. Ford Os Canada 220 bid and
Hurrougtis Adding Machine at 22. R
bid. appeared greatly In demand
with >ory few selling orders on the
market Among the unlisted secur
Itles the mft»st active were tireat
laikea Kngtneerlng at 145, Detroit
Rock Salt with a bid of 5, and Mich
igan Fire A Marine Insurance 8u
bid. 00 ask'd
LOITERING LAW
FAILS TO REACH
RESORT HABITUES
Justice Heston Monday morning
refused to sign warrants for men
n.ibhed in raids on resorts when the
charge brought against them was
"loitering." because the men are
well known tn business circles and
do not come under the law which
provides that any one may bear
rt vfr and if he has no lawful means of
support
"There is no use taking these men
under this law,’ said Justice Hes
ton "AU they have to do Is to
prove theV work and they have to
be discharged They are Just tak
ing up the court’s time and a con
victlon can never be secured in
their cases.
The loitering law works in many
1 as.',- and Is good for some people
Hut the polio*- department is trying
to spread tlie law too far. and Ihey
< tnnfttt secure convictions ’’
MAKES ROW IN
CHURCH; FINED
Anthony Kor>h* though? he owned
>* John'.' Greek Catholic church, so
when a meeting was held In the
rhureb to which he ohlened. h*' votc
*d Ms sentiments to the prb-st. Fr.
Sternuik. tn no pl**asing terms
* He used to come Into th** church
< verj Sunday anil then start a quar
re] with the ushers or someone else
unti' we bad to throw him out."
♦rx-* fied Fr Rternulk before Justice
He ’(in. Monday morning
"He a,n't no priest ! oxxn th 1
building," duNaml Korvlo to the
J IStICC
Ji:j* tic* Heston sentenced him to
pay a fine of 125 or serve 3<T days
Boston Copper Stocks
X W
(QU 't atl'.ns by llnrtibl"xx-*r <v \3 e» ks
Aug 27. < >p« 11 High Ix>w- ('l.,**.-
Ahmeek ..101 101
Aiaaks <dold s '■» . • . • • • 5%
A lionet *4 'n 64%
Anxeiindt 7.7% 73% 72% 77%
Arlr. ('nm'l 11% 11% 11% F%
Fbitte Super 35 37x 34 % 34 ft.*
<’•l (t- Arix . 7?'-. "9
< ’al A !!*. la 656 655
Cop Itariß" 55% 7.3% f, 6 % 57
Chino 54 54 53 % 54
Tralv Wept ? % 2 %
Fast Tintt»x 17% 10% ie% I<7V,
Frank lln .... 6% 6V»
Oran by 31 % ... *1
lsl# Itoyale 29 29% 29 29 %
Inspiration ..5 4 5 4 63 % 63%
Kerr Maks 5% "~rT. . .... 5%
Mass 11 11
Miami 3*% 36%
4, ,.4,,. (u 91.
Ntplsslng ... 5 % * %
North ltutte 17 17
Ojlbxvay 1 % 1 %
ftjutnev 90 ... 90
Ray rons.l 3*34 27 26% 26%
Sup A Boston 3\ .3%
South I sake .. 33
Trinity 6 .. 5%
Term rop 16% 16% I*% 16%
l'nlt"d Fruit 129 129
I nit S Mach 44% 43%
Utah ronsol.. 16% 16
Utah rr.pper I'M 101 100% 1 01
\>nturft<»i! 6% * %
Wolverine 4* 45
Wyandotte 25 . .
Sugar Market
6
Saanrs Detroit xx holeaal* prices;
rrystal dominoes. 2 lb. *l3; do, 5-
lb., *l3. eagle tablets. *ll 7ft. rut
lusf *11.15. < üb-v *1 " 4 5 xxxx pow -
dered. *lO standard powdered *9 96.
granulat 'd, extra coarse Is 65; do.
nne |n bulk, *'*7.o. do, 25-lh c.xttcna,
*3.70. crystal i nilm gran 2-it and
5-lb cartons, In cases *’• 9ft crystal
domino gran, hf ra*e«, |!0 diamond
A, If.Ce confect ■ ■ \ tI 1 v - -
4 *9.f.(7 V 7ft. *- 45 No. 6. *9.4ft,
No. 7 *»7Tx. N. x |9 80 No ‘ Is* 25
No 10. *9 29 N" IJ. (0 H No. 11.
89 10, No. 13 I'* ’ No. 14 *9 75 ?*o
16, 89 05. non-coking mixture. *lO 6ft.
he»t granulated. *9 4ft per cwt.;
household powd , Is. 48 to *ase. I&.38
per case.
n Rn IMDt STRUM
Quefatlrne by Tiernblower A Weeks,
AU* 27. Bid Asked
Am Pub Utilities, com 3ft
I»e, pref.Trc.l 64 • x
Am Lt ftv Tra • c*pi.. .'f* .'1
l*o preferr* <1 1 >G Ift*
Aetna Kxploatvea 6% 6%
(.’ill's e.'ixTe com ... 7F* 271
l*r*. |.nft rrtn M*. 95%
Cht’VT'.ltt 9*l I*l
Ci k'len i/ti a- <;as tft N.
*.’r»m,p Sh'i ... ..... 71 7*
’••lift.lt 1 «VK'.r 119 ? 2 I
Hut'ftb r Aeirona T 4
Federal '*il 4%
linin' M' ii rt 'd 6
H tr*(• M' *"r ........ 7 % 9 %
V. llV"" .1 "l"l . t" 1 % ! %
* *a* • 1 1. tiiMi/ ; . I* %
P»*. 1 i.i V \ Uie. com f3 % 54%
t ’>•, 4 * ' fei • c»| k * 9')
He . By \ I.t . .10 "1% 35 %
In., |.r f. r. and _ *« 67
s nitt* t>l | .|»s, n. « 11. ** 9<»
l*". preferred ....... HI F'4
Fni'ui;.! lief ... 'C%
‘ul. 14 . 1" 29
U S f.t a- »ft. r, in . ! % 4
I *rx, pi efc 1 rr I 3 % %
United Mo\,,rs %
Mid-vest C'i| 137 t’4
T* . 1;.• iln 17* Mft
< tkin 1* a i> . . . . 9 % ” %
ft'lirtisa |Aer ft . . .... 47 47.
Wright-Mar tin '* %
Merritt . 17 %
AF.44 lOIIK RITfT.R 4 ' f» FV,(M
> Nr.W V« P\. A i* 27 -I *• r
S
tra. <3c . do. »pee%l 43% *i
4 1 \v. state dal-y tubs. ?* *■ 4 7
••itl'.n •r< *r,»ry first*. 7 1 ■fl ’*c
UffH' *.-U . t re. eote, * ■*;• "r'l't v
•x'* if* f*W"r. '.4 <1 6". ri'a' 1 ri x»d
fancy. ”64 M* ,' t *n (»• t . |-i
n*«rnll R'-it * irr«ejrne
Detroit hr,nh r’.xnrirg* f r Auf 37.
1917, were |7.707 *it 77 t. :a; <lear
mn for 1917 to date ar*- |;.3i1.132,-
349 91. as agalnet |1 for
the corresponding pari and In I9IA.
WOMAN,ILL,
SEES GANG
SLAV MATE
Anthony D’Angelo Is
Shot To Death In
Presence of Wife
TRAGEDY IS
QUARREL SEQUEL
Victim Wounds One
Member of Attack
ing Party
Anthony D'Angelo, jfi vpar* old,
mns -hot to d«*/Ath In th» kitchen of
thp home of hit* father In law, J<y
h«»ph Abba to, No. 104 .lay . Sun
day afternoon, anti Anthony Co
eenza, 21 raara old. of Hint, the al
h-ged lander of the flan* that killed
OAnpelo, la in a critical condition
in Rcccivinn hospital from htillet
wounds inflicted hr IVAnaelo after
beinj? mortally wounded.
Ctiseya was shot twice thru the
abdomen, nnd whs found by the
police in the yard in the rear of the
Ahhafe home. Six men were later
arreafed by a .•quad of patrolmen
inder Inspector Pprott in a saloon
at Rivard and Mullett ata , where the
police found a sawed off shot yun,
two automatic revolver*, a lon*
ranee rifle, and ‘cveral rounds of
ammunition These men mere later
r* leased
Witnesses declared that three of
the five men In the Ran* that Blew
l> \nßelo had attempted to carry
Cu-enz.t hwh\ hut had dropped
him. The last member of the gsne
drove awa> in an automobile the
men had left at the curb. The police
found this car but could not locate
the owner Anthonj Ma-able, No
14f> Mullett at. The shooting a of
D'Angelo was planned In the saloon
where the six men were arreated.
according to the police.
Mrs Mary D'Angelo, wife of the
slain man. .told the police her hua
hand mas feeding her as she lay 111
in bed when the five men broke
down the door which he husband
had barred as the yang nppeared.
and fired at him with revolvers con
cealed beneath newspapers and
handkerr hli-fs D’Angelo turned
when the first shot was flred and
bb'zed awjtv with his revolver.
"My husband said he had had it
quarrel with them early In the aft
ernoon. anti they had threatened to
get him,’ ” said Mrs. IVAngelo.
The police have been unable to
find h motive for the quarrel but It
is thought to be an aftermath of
the police raid of the Sicilian quar
ter Saturday.
McMillan tcT
GIVE HIS FULL
REPORT SOON
NEW YORK. Auk 27 The Anier
lean Mu.-eum of Natural History to
day is awaiting c complete repor*
from Donald R McMillan, American
Arctic explorer, following his safe
landing in Nova Scotia with word
that C'rockcrland Is a mirage.
McMillan is believed to have made
Ihe niosf important discoveries yet
reported from the frozen north, but
he mill not discuss them until he
reaches N* w York and is received
at the museum. He had been In
the Arctic regions four Tears before
reacued by the Neptune. He and his
party were existing on duck eggs
and dog biscuit
Negro Speeder Jailed.
Walter Jones, Negro. 29 years old
No 15.1 Hartford-ave., mas sen
fenced to 10 days In Jail for driving
50 miles .tn hour on Rusaell-st.. Sun
day. while under the Influence of
liquor He was arreated by Patrol
men Wandrte ami McPherson.
O. I . W hllnr» bn* rinsed n deni for
n tense of the 4 ndlfnrtnm theater,
Toledo v here h* will play all the
Kinw & Krlanger attractions Mr.
Whitney new bar theater* tn Pe
tr..lt. T.«r -nt” HufTalo, Plttahurgh.
Horton and Toledo.
Marriage Licenses
Henrv .T DeGruat.'lO Louis* Me-
Pe renatf, IT.
Hen T Wise, 19. Ohio LycyM* Mc-
Kee, 19. <nm»
G!*n K. Winston, 27. Gertrud* K.
flevmntir t
Glen Cooper. ?1, Hillsdale tfa*e(
Hurst .0 Detroit.
Jakov Vottom h. IK -I 'ephtn* sh»-
hsrV 21
Lloyd (i Onldwell. .IS Haehel V
nefehsr. 91.
.Tames F Puhtiar 2*. N'orthvllle
Margaret Pettlb »n* It. Mhlr.n
William C. Witherell . .1. Detroit;
Mary MrKec. 57. Memphis Tenn
t'harle* I» Rnbeits. 25, Daasa J
Pteht.tns 21
Walter Vincen* - ?.’■ t'iaro P*s<"h l»
Cecil f’rlnee, to Hilda NT Whirter
17
Warren L Hnrnbg, l< 74 Agnes M
Franklin. 2’
Christ St.>v»nrff 20 Antonia Hrk
teh 16
Rusaelt ,I*. Irving *4 Detroit
Blanch- Hastings. 21. inn Arhor
Michael I". Herlah. 22, Klulss Luke,
52
Harold K Matthra. 25 Florida
(Trace (Jrejfg 2'
William Winner. 24 Rather G*r
aon. 21
T hn C Thomas 2* Tow* .Tnnnie
Kr.g!-mn.n. 27. N«m- York
Willie M Heytter. 25. D*tr lit, Alice
Van-e. 21, same
Holder Stern. 54 Petr..if, HI ton a
Oehsenherg, .54 same
John Mt'.lt. 2 V Pefrott Vlctnrta
Psm-)cpa ;t. «nms.
P’/ink s ha.lm t|, is, p% Della
Carlom *l, serna
Herman laldiui, 2f, Y'*tfolt; Gcr
tr*:t» Hount It, #nn'e
C->fdo** V''linms. ?ft, Detroit. Irene
c*a» '*nt >f 1 R s" r
r igere F 7" 'n, 27, iWr J*: Clara
Dibble, n. *an-
T«i Fiartty. "y, petre't. t"«r* ''J.
Syr-,-f]n, I . *;■*•».
C’at/fr • • y 'A IA-- ♦ Fa
t,>t‘ri rt* T • oe ■' -
t *p e*», r , , ■ f>e*r i Frvnee*
K - t •*. v, ?0, «s m •
Clr'-n U Iff c .irr’’» >0 pe.
t*- , t V*- ; . * ;> nit' 2 *n»
t« • Al. '>ev ♦ ; V t. r. i . 7i ie.ra
V e *1 ,; #
T r»-. s v, | ttgera'd. *'. f• if »•:
Hr . . >’• . ure. •;*, j> of..
F >1 N duttl* IT I‘»*r>it. A t a
M St le, isame
Richard E
berta Sl'*st»r, dg. same.
John A. Rlnderw, 21. Dvtrnft; Elsla
Neuhauer. IC. aame.
John tiwui. 34, petrott. siorta Trail
in. SI. W) undotie ~
Mamusl McDonald. 31. Detroit.
LUcy 11/ fiiillLan. St. same
John T. Koib wskt. 21, I>etroit;
Mary Ranak, 19. aame
Harry c Mntiner, 26, Datrnll;
Mamie Kullck l'.«, same
John S' llitinci, J 2 l>etrolt. Klita
beth M'eber. 21, same.
Kdmard J Kulka. 53. t'etroit.
Romalne Kaemierakl. 22. aame
Earl Tackaherry, S"., I'etrolt,
llarhael ll.dford. 21, I', srborn
Henry Suhr, .15. Detroit, i<ja Ri.
var-t. 2*. River Rouge.
Kenneth T Hc« k. 2L Detroit; Ca'h
arine M'ltrien. 21. aame
Mike Simon 25. t'etroit; Cas»|e
Rtvel, t*, sama
John F< )M». 11, Petroß, Cora A.
St»tman. .12 enme.
Robert Oreenm ald, T 6. Petrolt;
Mari» (isringer. same
William Stapleton, 20. Petrolt;
Sy'vanU Whit*. 17. rams.
Frank Hdl, I'etrolt. Allle Slmel
ton. 19. same.
Andrem- T. IJaggerty. 25. Detroit;
Violet J Willoughby, I*l same
John A Grant. 2 1 *. Detroit; Roae
Hermann, 26, W Va.
Ance| Goldman, 2*. D»trnlt, t.llllan
Kajdan, 15, same
(dtarleg h Duria, ?S. Detroit. Eva
G Yl'kera. 25. same
Joseph Tro*. 23. Detroit. Eliiabeth
Jones. 22. same
T'otigi im I-'. Dow rI a. 25. Detroit
Pearl Bastien. 25. same
John Truenmer. 36, Detroit, Anna
Hubbert, 26, Jtigbland Park.
Reuben Akeraon, 22. Detroit, Mar
garet McDonald, 21. same
Joseph Whims. Jr.. 29. Detroit;
Krby McCain. -1, Rochester. Mi h.
Haskell K. lirunde. 24 Detroit.
Eleanor" C. DeHray, 19. uni*
F.arl H Miller. 27, I>etroit, Roaa I.
Aug is 26. same.
Arthur Giles, 32. Detroit; Rebecca
Yeats. 28. same.
Thaddcau C- Snvperskl. 25, Detroit.
Catherine Zielinski. I*. same
George N Grovelle. 64. Toledo,
t'hlo, Lillian M Ferguson. 44. same
Alonio McColl, .10, Detroit, l-’annte
M. .Sims. 19, Name
Willis D \nd*rson. 27, Detroit;
Manette I'ownll, 25, itm*.
Philip .Mel tier, J 4, i’etrolt; Celia
leib*rm*n. 22. same
Peter Hochockl. 23, Detroit; Sophia
Harankn. 19, ratne
Harry 1). Clark. 25. Northpnrt.
Mich ; Esther I* Rury. 2.'>. Detroit.
Edward Cain, l«ayton. O.; Inna
Shephard, 20. same
Ray W Hatey, 26. Detroit; Hazel
Snyder. 24, Farmland. Ind
Salvatore Sciafftno. .94, Detroit.
Rosa E. Hennett. 3.1, same
Eugene Scott, 30, Detroit, .TennU
Jones. .17, same.
Iculs J. niha. 25. Highland Park.
Ellinabeth Rurtan, 25. Detroit
Herbert W, Farnam, 44. Windsor.
Can.; Mary Gowen. 29. Detroit.
Fred C. Wondt’tirn. 39, Detroit. Mel
ltssn <l. Crs* ford, .16. same
Clyde W. Burke. 24. Detroit. Clara
Strvichert. 21. same
11 KM* WAITKD—44AI.It
ATTENTION MECHANICS
EXPERIENCED MEN
WANTED
Tool Do.sijrners and Draftsmen.
Tool and Die Makers.
Tool Room Machine Hands.
Tool and Gauge Grinders.
Die Sinkers.
Trimmer Die Makers.
Wood and Metal Pattern
maker.
.General Machinists.
Production Machine-Hands.
Hand and Automatic Screw
Machine Operators.
Brown and Sharpe Automatic
Screw Machine Operators.
Tin and Coppersmiths.
Power and Hand Bumpers.
Metal Finishers.
Wood Working Machine
Hands.
Sample Body Builders.
Boilermakers.
Armature Winders.
Electric Motor Repairmen.
Engineers.
IF YOU ARE UNEMPLOY
ED AND ARE SKILLED IN
ANY TRADE. WHETHER
LISTED ABOVE OR NOT.
('ALL AND REGISTER WITH
US.
NO FEE CHARGED.
EMPLOYERS’ ASSOCIATION
OF DETROIT
56 BAGLEY AVENUE
CIVIL SFRVtCF lIXAMINATt N>
Tuesday, September 4, 1917
STFN< >GI’ 4 PHF.nS r Male •
TYPISTS
Wednesda V September 1917
44 *t ’< it "NT A NT
EXAMINING PHYSICIAN
All •pplle .itinrv must 1 fil' and in r**»
sen »» the . . f the ("Ivil Ser
vile (''immlst i .ri, Hft? Fnrweil bldg
e<n nr before nne •.* e. k from date,
f■ r wh i h eih o; 1 n.rt n is ral 1-1
I’flFlt ’ 1' SMITH,
chief F vaminer
DENTIST Rer* »iereiy mg guaran
tee*. sa'ar*- and 25"{. com'nlsalon.
g vnd Fmirs Apply at nnce. f'mpla
Denttets 96 M thlgan Main 4696
MEN wanted t.» Darn branch of
elei-t riml « rk Apr'v between •
and 10 s m . 94 .Inbu R -at
HKI.r u 4 4Trn—9KM4l.lt:
PLEASANT WORK
For Young Women
Capable young women will find
telephone operating a splendid
form of employment.
ioo<l pay while learning. Steady
increase in salary. No slack
seasons. Opportunity for con
tinued promotion. Many un
usual benefits.
Apply Operators’ Training De
partment. Madison avenue and
John R street, between 9 a. m.
and 5 p. m.
MICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE COMPANY
U S' ; blliil id > —»II>I ITLI.A vLol A
CAfIH ftr"ld fk)M ittth. (fM cr-’wna
hrokan Jgwalry. dlajuorid* watches,
fw TBlv« paR Llb*rty RiR
Cos. $t IlMdri *U> floor. al«T*tor,
»iri ATiok* «i anted—rr.iiAi.li
PRACTICAL NURSE with pogiUmiA,
references. G»rf~ld j63-J
KLhKIII.Y LADY vuiild like pnsitlow
after Wednesday In nice home?
would take < are if .»hildr»n sn4
do h' Uaework pail East 3076.16. «•
, W4NTt'.ii—f 4 IAMB
FARMS WANTED
We have <«iig f• r unproved farm*
of a.I aeresge* *ithin 100 mile* of
T’etroit if you la-., fa >ta for aale
write in at once or call
ROSS LAND GO.
I’ Fort-VT'*t. “t»»".s|»a ip. Ok
I hnee C'»r»u» t , r %n 11.
t "I Itl.X r—llo4 AK»
■ ' ■ ~ —'■■■ —al
A. A. A. A. .a A A A.
llhnran Rental Agency
A free list of ho gea and flata Call
tn iei mn at iht uU. st and largaac
real .t-te '»x.hange '.n Michigan.
1 M. ORAW nun DING
ea-Li: - -w mw* ——
TO HUII linitNß.
HOTEL FRANKLIN
Cor I/irne,| and Hates-sts. Maka
your borne down-t'-wn. convenient
to business and theaters. Room*
s’»*o 11 • -r ’v » k u-i Comfort and
servlee ,11 i»nt« j Franklin.
NICE furt; -d front rooms for rant
oh-;»p., 44 Park Place.
roH a X I -U>|ll|".M K I’nilPltßTT
Ri’Ml <!• iA L HI VS AND TRADE*
3-flat. 6 rm.a and bath each $6,500
6u «. re f .rm, raady to move
..n 10,*0*
4 2 acre farm, ready to mova
on . . I.#oo
10-a> re farm, ready to move
on ... 4.500
90-acre farm, st’ Ck and Imp 15,500
82-a-re farm, stock and Imp .
move on 15,000
94-S' r* farm, stock; crop and
Imp., move on .... .16.590
The fartt"« are all within 10
miles of Detroit.
eastern investment mort
gage JK’NI) CO.. INC..
Cherry 22.14 61 9 ('hum, of Com.
sir, o down'
bui • modern stucc 2 fla*; fumacee.
tiled baths, etc.; half block to car,
near \;in 1 1 vke, n >rth of Harper.
Price $5,760
L. A. SCHAFER
659 Penobscot.
Cadillac 6075 West T 0«.
• * * navahoe' ave.
• 55-ft lot on tills attractive street.
• Owner authorized us to take very
• low price for quick sale. Call Mr.
• Rennmc
• PATERSON RROS. & CO.
• 169 Grlswold-st. Main 265.
*■><>•) DOWN RUNOATiOW. paved
street near East new,
modern, oak finish decora’ed, 3
bedrooms Owner. Hickory 1106-VL
Hickory 1589.
run at ot Lora
WIi.L pay cash tor vacant lot»,
housed, flatd, stores, acreage,
real estate equities. Land con
tracts bought; quick and sat
isfactory deals.
EBERT, r»O9 Majestic Bldg.
run k \ I.K—MUM KI.LAN Bonn
STORE FIXTURES
SODA FOUNTAINS
for all kinds of stores; largest mfg.
of same in Die city, "tjuallty and
Price < Mir Success.” Show oases,
countei .. slu-i\ing. all cases, back
bars, ' hairs, tables, etc.
DESKS, CASH REGISTERS
All sty le* and msc* al cut rata prices.
I let Store Fixture Cos. 15-30 Cath
erine, near Gratiot and Antolne
st». Phon* Cad. 4735 for saleaman.
BGPA P (Jl.l NT A INS. new and uaed;
• team tables, store furniture, cof
fee urns Easy terms. Geo. Marsh
Cos., 20 East Atwnter-sE Main 475 L
V’IOI.I N'tNlt.l/9 barpaln, second hand,
half six*. $75 value. $35 takes it
,-t on<- ORINNELL HIIOS." Branch.
57 Monroe.
fiOHA FOUNTAINS, new and uaed
outfits Price w.thln reason
AMERICAN SHOW CASK A MFO CO.
100 JefTer* >n. ladlllno ts7o.
s2«d FOR $425 YOSE PIANO, beauti
ful Ms" "rii «ulmrl. Few dotlar*
d> wn 44'onderful value. GRI.N
NBU BROS .'I sard
STOR 4OK. furniture, nearly new. bar
gain price Sumner Cos. Mich. A 4th.
sl7 • v PIANO, J4W
stvl' s"■ ■' iwn S7, monthly <JTUN
NEL!. PROS 215 Woodward.
RrinM c Furniture for rooms com
plete $1 week c umr.er Mich A 4th.
I I GAN. < Mbl
! n*-t with mirror. ORINNELL BROS'.
Branch, 7.7 Monroe
**"l»lll I I Itl (Ml RET A TUI K.
t Os dogs
is tn 'mini- "’ir woman Jnet
■ ad, and 1' '• trii' There are Aire
dales Collies Cockers. Spit*. Eski
mos Fondles f v Terr ors. Boe
t .n Talk'n* IV’lstlng and Slng-
I>iK Par '« une\«'»Hed an; where.
ir R"‘*.n Terriers, direct
front Bost< n 'arrived today). Male
"Taby " dark brlndle markings.
Kv. • feptab Peggy brindle pen
-1 til tiln.te female "Bessie." mahog
an\ br.ndle, w-hite markiriKS, ell
gihle full pedigrees 'Vhlte \ niing
matured Smt. b t'ollle,' female:
Mnek r '-k'-r bro 'tl bitch.
lipiwn Water Sjisn el. dog
DETTP’IT RTED HTDRF.
* - J
RTfIHAkV 441) i ARTAUD
■ ving?
pecklrx' flrepti" f rates right Mo.
tor vum f. r suburban moving.
Phirif Cadillac 64
ACM’ c ' * ve mammoth warehouse.
Storac r vt> g M in 41 Oilman.
PAPTY V- ’VIVO to c*i fnrrTa can
rent ’art of 'ir, C-ntral Storage
Cos.. Csdlttr.c «"
——gr. ‘x — . -tt ,i jam
PEN im AL
NOTICE 7* nr r «>r g’rl is In
trouble need 1 r.g rid'lce, friendship
or b»lp write of >-aII on PECRB
TARY MAI " f 1017
Fi -t t» Wr»> -'ilvatlon Army.
r i
nurses" r|r» Mrs R Elton.
MU4 El I o I"( 1
1 MONEY TO LOAN
ON VACANT LOTS
Liberal lean* on real tstate.
Second mcriga*' realty loans.
Will buv eqn.tles in vacant lots and
Improved property.
EBERT. 309 Majestic Bldg.
! [N iNTRACtS boufkt.
Quick and satisfactory deal*.
EBERT 300 Majestic Bldg. _
ins r. ber»i
■ - t
w • V
potrej* I andVontract Cd.
• I '*to.
;..r| I\ |I » •’ ! >l»
LGST—Green Telescope case,
size Ix 2, containing letter and
papers us import, ncc; re
v.rtri if returned to Dr. L. L.
IKratiss, Hotel Eldorado.
Frtafla* —4he
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