MOVE TO DETROIT. Clayton Lambert & Co., Move From Ypsilanti. The Detroit Freo Preps of Sunday f contaiued the following item: "A week ago, the Free Press made mention of the fact that Clayton & Lambert, manufacturers of plnmbers supplies at Ypsilauti, wisbêd to enlaige their output and dosired a location in Detroit. Yesterday W. A. Puugs and representatives of that flrm signed contracta which will resnlt in the erection of a factory 40x75 feet in size and three stories high, the building to be up-to-date in every respect. The site is on the railroad track, jnst in front of the Pungs-Anderson plant on Pallister ave., near Rnssellst. Mr. Pungs tninks the concern will be a decided acquisitiou to Detroit, as the firm will employ 150 skilied hands and at least 50 of their old employés at Ypsilanti will move here. The products of the firm have a world-wide [sale, the plumbers' fire-pot which they manufacture having a fine reputation. Ac present the Ypsilanti plant, is working practically 24 honro a day, and Messrs. Clayton & Lambert aie ansious to get into the larger factory they will have here. so that they can properly care for their trade. "