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succession will even from no the of all are after on already but and the Amer-sa deck It is historic ground that you gesticulating throng. A minute more strive valiantly to Men Who Have Assisted in Building Up Greater Detroit. HENRY M. LELAND is one of those progressive Detroiters who is a firm believer in the doctrine that union begets strength, be it labor or capital that is banded together in the advancement of common interests. Mr. Lcland has always been a conspicuous advocate of equal rights for all. He was the first president of the Employers' Employers' association, and was a potential potential factor in supporting the open shop doctrine, holding that the laborer laborer is worthy of his hire regardless regardless of trade affiliations. Mr. Leland Leland was the active head of the Leland Leland & Faulconer Co. up to the time of the consolidation which resulted resulted in the formation of the Cadillac Cadillac Motor Car Co., of which he is general manager. It would be a difficult matter to discover anything relating to the tobacco business with which Paul V Baa-lev Baa-lev Baa-lev Is not familiar. Years of active participation in the business business established by his father, the late Gov. Bagley, have given him a knowledge of the innermost workings workings of the trade. Mr. Bagley is content to devote his entire energies energies to his duties as treasurer of John J. Bagley & Co., although financially financially interested in various other other enterprises. To the efforts of Henry B. Joy as. general manager can In a large measure bo attributed the success achieved by the Packard Motor Car Co., which has won international fame in its particular Held. Mr. Joy is likewise president of the Detroit Union Railroad Depot. & Station Co., operating the Fort street station and terminals. He is also a holder of stock in numerous other undertakings, although not of ficially identified with them. It would be difficult to enumerate all the holdings of Albert L. Stephens, Stephens, who is heavily interested in timber lands in northern Michigan and elsewhere, and who also receives receives heavy royalties from the mines located on the land from which the timber has been cut. Officially Officially Mr. Stephens is identified with the Wabash Portland Cement Co. as president, and is a director of the Union Trust Co. When all other topics for discussion discussion are exhausted by public officials officials and private citizens there is still left tiie Detroit United' railway, railway, always a fruitful theme. Everybody Everybody In Detroit knows of President Jere C. Hutchins; comparatively few know him. It is doubtful if there is anpther man in the city occupy ing a position of prominence who would run less risk of identification identification in a crowd. This is not attributable attributable to diffidence on Mr. Hutchins's part, although he is the last man to court notoriety, but rather to the fact that he devotes all his time to giving Detroit a street car service second to none in the world. During During his spare moments Mr. Hutchins Hutchins finds time to serve as a director director of the Security Trust Co. P. N. Jacobson is another Deti-oit-er Deti-oit-er Deti-oit-er Deti-oit-er Deti-oit-er whose miss'ion in life is to make the cars go. He was instrumental in securing the greater portion of the risht of way for the Detroit, Monroe & Toledo Short Line, and with that out of the way promoted the Detroit Terminal Railway Co.. as the new belt line bordering the citv limits is known. Mr. Jacob-son Jacob-son Jacob-son is at present, engaged in a sim itar unuenaKing at uraini jmiiiun.