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The Detroit times. [volume] (Detroit, Mich.) 1903-1920, March 05, 1909, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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CO«atr Auditor Mil too oiikmuu l« ■
vlotLm of grip, oud boa Urru «-*>■-
lliK’J to Ills home for several days.
A Uro« pholocrsph of rotrolmou
lirorgr H. Wilson. shot by mo uu-
Kqvwii Italian In the tenderloin ov* i
a year ago, now adorns the walls or
the central aiutton ulons with th»
pictures of other officers who lost
their lives in the line of dui>.
t>'«|llu« from u west-bound Delrny ear
from which she mu allghllna at
Copeland-ace., Mrs Joseph Bregul,
HO years old, of No. 10 CopeUiud-avc.,
•truck her head heavily on the pave
ment, and wun carried home union*
■cloua by her brother, John Gone*.
Aid. David K. Melaeuiaui ••Hooaevelt
Is out of ofllee,, but the bln stlek Is
there Just the aainu. Maybe the hark
is off and It s been smoothed down a
little, but It’s there. The square deal
Is there, too, and we’ll recognise It
even if It Inn t in a Rough Rider
dustier Hinder, of llamlramck, has Is
sued a warrant eharulud Mrs. Annie
Oss. of that village with ussault and
batteiy bn the complaint of Max
David, a Detroit peddler. David says
Mrs. Os* attacked him with a broom
•tick when he went, to her hums to
collect a bill.
I». J. Willson. of No. WJ Wondlnnd
ave.. Is oae of the heirs of the fTIMI.-
000.000 Trinity church property In
New York, now In litigation ” bi
son can trace his descent .from ilie
famous Drake family, hts family tree
going back to Antieke James 1><»I
--lardua, of Holland, in 1030.
A verdict of u» of uetlon was
returned by a Jury lu .Indite Hos
tner’s court, Thursday afternoon. In
the case brought by Mrs. Bertha
Hobson against her aged brother-in
law*. James ami Kurotua Hobson, for
damages for the alh-natlon of the at -
feettons of her ex-husband, George
\V. Hobson.
hltllaa lu their home. No. 1 list l.eavltt
nt„ Thursday nlKhf, the tiimlly of
Thomas Kennedy noticed a light In
the parlor, and, Investigating. found
the house was on lire. Mi Kennedy
extinguished the blase with the aid
of a teakettle before the tire depait
ment arrived. The origin of the lire
Is a mystery.
Due «»f the Ids conventions of the year
la Detroit will he llmt of tlie Master
Plumbers, to be held here the third
wt»k in June. This organization
will bring about 3.000 members to
the city. The convention bureau.
Milton Carmichael, secretary. has
been angling for this convention for
a long time.
Bankruptcy lleferee Harlow I*. Davoekl
has decided that drswlss oue-fourtlt
of one’s income from a farm doe* not |
make one a farmer, (’has. K. 1' haley
of Adrian had an Interest In a farm,
claimed to he a fanner and asked tor
certain exemption*. I’nder the de- i
cision. he doe* not get th*' • xenip
tlona and his creditors benefit.
W tiller *>mol losk y, William Kouehel,
Jobu Kouehel, t hurles Thiel nod
John Alar, all young men. wen- nr
rtt ig n*Ml bfforo lloßint*r, I hui
day afternoon, on the charge of
shooting and stealing four pig* and
a calf, ill*- property of Aivll Arndt, i '
Springwell* farm, i All pleaded not
guilty and were hound over for trial.
Cieorsce K. Thompsoo was presented a
rhest of silver lo recognition of l»l*
14 yi*ui h* s rvif** ah director of 1 ~f * |
choir of the Cans-ave. Methodist ,
church. In hi* home. No 109 Ho.-, i
dale-. I Thursday evening. rh. nil - |
V.-I was the gift nl the members o'
the congregation Mr. Thompson re
cently resigned hi* position In the :
Dr. \. M. Harrell, professor of nerv
ous diseases In Ilie medical depuri
ii .-nt of the I'nlverslty of Michigan, j
delivered an address. Thursday even
ing in the Detroit Museum of Ar\ j
hml tii the course <>f Ids r.-mark* d«-
clare.l that the Ktninanm-I movem. ut j
1* dang, i c.u* iff the hands of othd
than men of medical training and
k no W ledge.
August Kllerhols. a steelworker, em
ployed on the Hauler building, which
Is This Fair?
Certain Proof Will Be Mad«i That
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
Cure Stomach Trouble.
Stuart's Tablets are made !
to givu to the system, through the
digestive trac t and the stomach, the i
4sece.svary < heraieals not only to digest j
food, but to eurlch the fluids of ihe ;
body so that it tuuy no longer suffer
from dyspepsia or other stomach
\N o will send you a quantity of
these table!h free, so that thewr power
to cure may be proven to.you.
Thousands upon thousands of pens'
pie ate using these tablets for the aid j
ar.d cure of every known stomach j
disease. Know what you put into your !
stomach, and use discretion in doing ,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain ;
fruit and vegetable essences, the pure
concentrated tincture of Hydrastis, I
Golden Seal, which tone up ami
strengthen the mucous lining of the
stomach, and increase the flow of
gustrlc and other digestive Juices;
Lactose (extracted from milkl; N'ux,
to strengthen the nerves controlling
the action of the stomach and to cure
nervous dyspepsia; pure ascepilc
Pepsin of the highest digestive power
anu approved by the I'nited States
Otic of the ablest professors of the !
ITl'lvc rslty of Michigan recently stated
that this Pepsin was the only aseptic
pepsin he had found that was abso
lutely pure-; free from all animal im
purities; Bismuth, lo absorb gases
and prevent fermentation. They are
deliciously flavored witli concentrated
Jamaicu Ginger—ln itself a well-i
known stomach tonic.
Liquid medicines lose their strength j
the longer they arc* kc pt, through evap
oration, fermentation and chemical
changes, hen« e Stuart's DyapepaU!
Tablets Hre recognized as the only j
true and logic al manner of preserving
the ingredients given above in their i
fullest strength.
If you really doubt the power of
these tablets, take this advertisement
to a druggist and ask his opinion of
the formula.
It Is duo your stomach to give It
the Ingredients necessary to stop Its
trouble It costs nothing to try. Yob
know what you arc taking, and the
I .line of those tablets prove their i
value. All druggists sell them. Price
f>'» cenis Betid us your name and ad-1
clres- and we will send yon H trial
package by mall free. Address K. V
Stuart Cos., 160 Stuart Building. Mar
shall, Mich
Is being remodeled Into a theater,
fell J" feet to the stone sidewalk
Thursday afternoon, when a scaffold
gave way, and escaped with hruise*
and a few cuts about the head. ll«
was taken to his home, No 18 Clay -
ton-ave., after lie nad refused tu go
to a hospital.
isreltil burglars who evldeutly hud
heard üboiit alarm hussers altaehed
to puy teiepnom's, pried open the
teai door oi Albert Gulden s saloon,
N... •*ls Hastings-st., early Friday
morning They stole lures bottles
of whisky, then cut the wires lead
ing io the telephone, and tors oft th-j
money t»ox, vvhicii tn«> carried away.
Thu contents are unknown,
l-'ouud last asleep la a bail way over
Hlusrl’f drug alwre, .Miehtguu-a« e.
and Oris wold-st., al 3 o clock b rluay
morning, lien Horsgy, a newsboy,
and Slam van Alien, a gear culler,
wei. u* rested by Patrolmen Ugrady.
Baker and lniigeniau. Hoi sky Is i.
year* old and gave his address as
No. 3*>t> Hrusn-st. Van Allen, wno is
30. *tty* he came from Cleveland.
James Ilrudley, of Toledo, wilt come
here April i, ns v Ice-presldcut aud
general manager of the Home Tele
phone Cos., In place of A. K. Uarkui,
who lias been in charge of the cOn
situctlon stage of me company s
grow th. Air. Hradley has be. n
llirougn tile lelephone struggles in
Ohio, and will give Ids attention lo
perfecting Hie operating end of tile
James 4 oliar, for the Inst tea years
caretaker of the caslrru seellon of
Grand Circus park, fell dead of neat i
failure lu Hamilton, out., Thursday.
Mr. Collar was .t» years old, and
been a resident of Detroit for 40
years. Os late years, lie and his wife
i ud lived with their daugnter, Mrs.
Hu hard H. Hey cruft, of No. 117 Kng
lewood-uve., but the. family had Just
moved to Hamilton.
Johu l.e Hcha. for whom n warrant wan
Issued Tuesday, ehuiglug him with
Illegally registering in tne tlrsi pre
cinct oi tlie J-’lrst ward, was arrested
at 8 o clock Friday morning by I*a
tiolinen Huymond and Mltte. He gave
ids address as No 33 Jtandolph-si.,
and said he was 31 years okl. He
was not told of the reason for ill*
uirest. and proudly boasted that it
wus nearly four months since lie nad
been arrested before.
I'he bourd of trustees of Ihe t hureh of
llur l.aily of .VurriMv*, has deeidrd to
abandon tlie old site at No. 18 Calh
erlne-st., where the church was de- !
Mtroyed by a fire a few months ago,
amt huilu ut Meldrutn-ave. and H< r- |
lin-st. Anew church and pursonag
will he erected there, and In the !
meantime, the pastor, the ltev, llenry j
Syoen, will hold regular services in
Itatzs hall. Ml. Klllotl ami Charle
voix nts Th* houts of the sets ut*
will he 7;3U and 10 o’clock in the
morning .
Heeuuse of u leeboleal defect In the
verdict, lindliig him “guilty as
charged” hut not otherwise specify- j
lug the degree of guilt, Charles
• ’lark, sentenced lo Jat kson pi ison |
for life in 1907. foi complicity in the j
murder of Horton Warren, Is to get |
anew trial. The supreme court so
decided, Thursday Itorton Warren
wus murdered in the Goderich house,
JefTersou-ave. and Hrusli-st., Get 38,
l’.'OJ. Thomas McGrath was arrested
soon afterwards on a charge of mur
dci and wus sent to Jackson for lit*.
He afterwards escaped. Clark was!
a fugitive until 1907, when he was
captured in Chicago.
tonsuiiimatlou of n deal fur the »rp- '
uriilloo of nut side gru.len, seems (o
depend largely upon the willingness
of the city to accede to the plans of i
the iHiiroad* us to how the work f
shull he- done. The roads w ish to
.arty through the work of elevating ,
their tracks, ballasting th* road-i
h«-d*. etc., Hist, leaving the constru.
th*n of masonry work und retaining |
walls to a later date. if ihe <"-Uy
will consent to this, the roads will ]
go ahead at once to separate toe :
gind- s from Woodvvard-av. . cast to
Heaulden-st The council commit- j
t*-e will Insist that the tour roach* I
involved spend not less than $30,000
apiece each y.-ar.
I.y until 11. Dwight, fur nmny years local
ainougcr of the Great Xortlmestrru
Telegraph Cos., died in St. Mary * hos
pital. Thursday afternoon, of pneu- I
inonla. ag.-d 73 years He vva* iak*-n !
11l a week ago and was apparently j
much Improved, when he suffered' a
i» laps. , Wednesday, and sank rap I
Idly. Mr. Dwight was born m \\ a
t.-rtown, X. V . hut when a young !
man he went to Toronto to become .
u telegrapher. About in yenrs ago lie
assumed th*- management of th. D* -i
tiolt office of tin- tehgruph company, i
hut four years ago he retired from
active buriness Mr.- He l* survived
h> his wife and ..ne son, Attorn >
l-alwurd L. Dwight
Conrad Pf* liter, the brewer, was one '
of tint principal speakers at a dinner
given by the Men s club of the Jeffer
son uvq. Preaby terian church in New
berry chape.’, Thursday evening. The
liquor trade was also represented a; J
the gathering by a number of saloon
keepers, who participated in the dls
i ussiun.
Mi. Pfeiffer, in his talk, admitted
tnat liquor tends to make paupers,
aim characterized the man who drink*
to excess as tile liquor man’s worst'
[enemy, but he pointed out that more
drunken men were seen on the streets
in a day Jf> years ago, when the popu
lation was but iuP.OOO, than are now
seen in a month.
The; speaker told of ttie brewers' ef
forts to regulate the traffic In this city
by icnrictiiig the saloons, with the re
sult that outside brewers came here
and started saloons.
As long as grain Is grown and
fruits are raised it will do no good to'
prohibit the sale of liquor." he con
tinued. * Any housewife capable of
baking bread and doing commbn
cooking will be aide to make all the
beer ami wine she desires What we
need is regulation and not extermina
tion of the saloon, and the brewers arc*
willing to do their share toward this!
John Pringle and L J. Kret zschmar,
saloonkeepers, indorsed Mr. Pfeiffers
sentiments. The latter elicited hearty
applause when he declared that he on
served every liquor law and said there
would be no saloon evil if every liquor
dealer would do the same. Other
speakers were Harry B. Mason. 11. M.
Nimiuu Pliny W. Marsh, tire H«*v. ,fH
M. Barkley. Dr. William Donald, the 1
Rev. Myron Adams. (Minton McGee, of
Pontiac, and Attorney Allan P (’ox :
The Rev. A H Bari was toastmaster |
In honor of President Tati's indue
tlun Into office, the North Eud Taft
| club held its Ural auuual bunquet in
the Griswold house, Thursday night,
and the occasion was one that will <
long be remembered Uy the 'JUu mem ,
bera and guests.
It wag fitting that ibe event should j
full on the evening of the day of the
I president's inauguration. The club was j
! one of the firm lu the country to take
the name of Taft, though, at the lime
of its organization no one knew who
the party's choice for tlie presidency
would be. Tlie club piuned its faith
to Tuft aud became a prominent fac
tor in the local campaign.
A feature of the toasts wan Judge.
Murfin’k eloquent appreciation of the
new president, in which lie reviewed, j
briefly, Taft's public career, laying
particular {tress on his record as a
"The only thing mentioned against
Mr. Taft in the campaign last fall was
decisions in labor rases,” said the
Judge. "They were only three in ntim- !
her. 1 have reviewed them all, and I
And that there was no Justiflcdtion
whatever for the attack made on Taft
1 because of these decisions. Should a
1 man be condemned because he has en
forced the law as he found it on ihe
statute hooks?
"Taft comes to the office of presi
r.ent with a greater experience, a bel
ter training, and. in consequence of
these, a greater ability than any other
president who haw pre< eded him. Hnd
he stands for all that is good in Re
publicanism today.”
Mayor Breltmeyer was Introduced
! by tlie toastmaster, Attorney Clyde i.
j Webster, as a man who has "made j
! good" every minute since lie has been
on the job-.
“it !h tlie little things that are go
ing to count in my administration,"
he said. "The big question, that is.
the street car question, is in the j
hands of the Committee of 50 und 1 '
!am sure they will settle it satlsfactor- i
lily. But some of the little things are j
, almost as important as the larger prob
leiub. I am going to walk through the
streets once in u while and give Jake
liaarer the dickens for the things he
doesn’t do. We want money for clean
ing up purposes and will insist on
having it. Never mind the tax rate, i
| That isn't going to run away from
Prosecutor Van Zile paid a splendid
tribute to the club and Us campaign'
methods. Other speakers of the even
ing were Hugh Shepherd and Aid.
’l’he club, on motion of Joe Weiss,
sent the following telegram to the
' We banquet in your honor tonight
and send greetings. May you con
tinue your loyal devotion to duty and j
may success crown your efforts”
Mrs. Louisa Draper acted as hor
iown attorney in Justice Ott's court.
Thursday afternoon. when James
Flynn, a contractor, brought + suit
against her to recover the .utipaJd bal
ance on a Job of repairing clone on tlie
I defendant'* .lame. She brought her
* case to a close by .ae reading of a
lengthy address to the court.
I plead with all reverence and rebel
against the claim." she said. "It is an
outrage for human existence to pay for
what was not done und for w hat one j
dews not wa.t; also for what causes;
you to Is* angry and takes away your j
peace* of spirit, which is the only thing
worth living for. Kvery time 1 come;
trom Dix-ave. and see that three feet
of extension that Mr. Flynn Is causing
so -much trouble about it takes drops ;
of blood fromv my life. I didn't want |
the extension and it is a trap on the j
inside of the vestibule. Justice Ott.
you have investigated the work, and
mv time is money and strength is
needed to press onward and keep
tilings moving on $8 per week, so I
will await your decision.”
The Judge promised his decision I
next Monday.
The pantomime In a provincial town •
has fallen very flat and the manager]
is extremely anxious not to lose an
opportunity of Infusing energy into his
Comedian —I can't go on for a min
ute. sir. I feel funny.
Manager—Funny? Great Scot, man 1
go on at once and make the most of
it while It lasts. —Tit-Bits.
Some of the Big Stars in Vaudeville
Who Do Net Come From the
Legitimate Stage.
There are many of America’s bright
est men ami women in vaudeville who
refuse to leave this branch of the busi
ness for the higher-priced stage, it
! is true that many of them fear failure
as a star In the dramatic houses, but
others like the care-free life cu vaude
ville with its rich returns and do net I
care to ex> rt themselves for the* more j
arduous duties, or to become a man
ager's chattel. Among the stars might
be mentioned Will M. Cresay and
Blanche Da>ne, who have bei*n head
liners in the first-class vaudeville the
aters for several years. Ldward Con
nelly, who is appearing In a serious
sketch this season by George Ade, Is
another brilliant actor who might be
a Frohmnn star bad he felt so inclined.
The vaudeville actor or actress finds
it very much easier to make a big hU ¥
v. hen surrounded by a Mg chorus in \
pretentious musical comedy playing
t* $2 per seat than it is to go out on
1 the vaudeville stage alone with an and
lence looking at them as much as to
say: "I dare you to make me laugh."
It was very easy for Klsle Jams to
become a star after leaving vaudeville, 1
and it was quite easy for Rose Stahl
to make a hit. They had rec eive l
their education in vaudeville. Ther*»
are hundreds of Klsle Janis' and Ron •
Stahls still in vaudeville, ands
err some people '.vailing for then: —r*
appear In tne I- theaters, while
arc thousands of people today taking
jacivantage nf seeing them iu vaude- 1
| wills, for 25 and 50 c ents.
OUT AT 3 A. M.
Frank B. I,elands handsome resi
dence at No. 185 Burns ave., wa* dam
ag.-d to the extent of SIS,OUU by tire
of uncertain origin, discovered shortly
before 3 o'clock Friday morning, und
! not fully extinguished until about 7 15
I o'clock. ’l'he eh lire rear portion oi
I the 15-room house is gutted by tne
'fire, while only the rich white ami
gold reception room in the front i-s
taped damage.
Mr. l.eland. win* is a regent of th**
i University of Michigan, and president
of the Detroft United bank, is sojourn
1 lug either in Florida or Cuba, having
i spent in winter months in that re-
Is four Health
Worth 10c?
on Earth medic toe
«ud starts first U**tK U |S ,Iy i* hOW !
* nd •“« .
Irestanen*™ dnigglJS* l° r * we « k • 90S
*• m. mi **
Ladies' and Gents' 20 year Gold
Filled Cases, Elgin or Waltham
Movement, choice
27 Monroe
sfr #J* £ MB ■■
Saturd’y Special
9 a. m. to 12 o’clock
Men’s All-W##l Suits
made of Scotch Tweeds and Kn«-
Hsh Woolens, formerly sold at
sl2 oO lo $18.00; sizes 32 to 37,
$4.95 |
_ MM | About the CENTRAL DRUG
I Pllf n COMPANY’S largest and
■ • B ® • complete stocks in Detroit your
nev refunded if you are not satisfied Prescriptions filled exactly
as rour dootoi prescribes, rompetent and court eons clerks In every
department prices always the lowest.' Please notice these extraoi
dinary low cut prices:
Drug and Toilet Dept.
Mr ««•«!«*• 37C
K.mnlvloa m
• I •"'•ICm 69c
• l ini II *9ir»i»-
j*" r,u 73c
• i .mi hi
ITrimra- 73©
jr„. |i|.u'* i «m»iin* P~
lion 17®
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BRANCH STORES —S*> Woodward. 287 Woodward. 153 Grand Rnrrr
iip ion. His wife is with him. uml a:
young daughter, Kathryn, is uiaktug
i her home at the Detroit Horne aud
i I >**y school The cook ami the maid
bad % been in churgt of i lie* home and |
I all day Thursday hud t>e«-n cleaning,
> preparatory to tire homecoming of the
! family, next Thursday
A cousin of the cook was \tatting
her last night All tnree women re*
fuae to give out any information übout
[I he fire.
The police learned however, that
the Ore originated in the basement,
and it is thought to have been caused
l>\ an overheated furnace pipe. Jennie,
tin* cook, was first to awake, and she
turned tn the alarm, rousing her cous
in lint forget tug all about the maitf
until a policeman arrived. Then site
excitedly told hint about the maid, lie
rushed to the rescue, and sturted to
carry the maid downstairs when both
fell and tumbled all the way dowu.
Meanwhile the flumes had shot up
ward .through the three floors and the
naif, almost destroying the handaomo,
THE LATEST for Spring
In all Department* —All previ
ous efforts surpassed.
lllHt-k Thibet »ulla, 9I 0 4 C
»» <irt h *'--•»<* #IA. HJ
lt»> ■'Hnee i’snt*, QQa
wurih T.V
Bo> •' 14 nlckerhiM'k- 4Rp
ers, »<i>Kli *r»<'
52 and 54 Monroe Ave.
JKVi* MyrrNi I*h I‘npn
N I ml I’ In l> N n in ' %
trurtiihlr "J O _
I oio poll ml • W»
*«•••*• • 7Q C
Prraaa ■
Mir 111 npr p
’‘A,,-.- 37c
9t l'l>Tr<>'» i'ninrllt*
- 730
'.’Sr l.jnn'* lniiili
Mill I 0191 |lt ilf|l ll 919 -
41.<191 V S.«• <9 If I’o
r 680
41.7 ft *9. K Mtlfl'9
r 51.33
Ml INI rirrer'* M-ill
rnl 7Q a
rin rri • O®
ballroom uu the third floor. < The cost
ly furniture, rugs, and mural decora
lions were badly dumuged by Are and
water It is believed that the loss Is
covered hy insurance.
The house a frame, with colonial
front, was built in 11102 for t’barles
Wright. Mr. Iceland purchased the
property lu 1904
The spontaneous combustion theory
is advanced by sonic of the neighbors,
who declare that the servants were
(‘leaning furniture with combustible
compounds during the day.
F. h Ingram and Attorney Joseph
H. (lark discussed municipal owner
ship of street railways before the
Brotherhood of tie* (Hand Htver-ave.
Hatpist church. Thursday evening.
Clark llis' lead a lengthy typewritten
statement if Ids position In opposition
tc municipal ownership of such util
ities. lii then discussed the subjec J
w' iKKirN
Clean -U and Clothing Sale
Price* within reach of all. (Onto before we vacate thi" >tor»*.
Medium and Heavy Weight included in the Sale.
Xfn'i Crnt c»ctlc*. OQ QC
north *I3 . . #O.O vJ
o»i*rrouUi nurlli fin QC
llS.ihi ilUiuJ
Snrrl-Orr lli'»l Uurk PI QQ
I'uiitH . .. . #liOO
Otcrcont*. CI7 AR
north $55.00 ... <ll .HU
Menu Stilt*, north OQ QC
||s mill *2O
hiiipenilrm, OQn i
north 50c 4UU
Urea* klilrt*. 7(J r>
north 111.30 nml 11. • UH j
Nffltooir. 9|«
north SBr fcltf |
Fine l.inro Ilu»«lk«*r- 7p
chief*, north 23c • W
Men’* llliii'h Ho*e, 7p
north 2lle * •
l|rn'< « bite llnnilkvr- %
rhlrlt, north ll« . OU
sock*. \l'l-Wool. Qn
north Wr o* I
$2.00 Down sl.OO t #etk
Saturday we place on sale 144 of these
K.tfh twit* fi ts IT x♦ i;t tine Jewels, patent regulato l :tn«l .tl! improve
ment* Tht* ra*t\s ar»» 10-si (joltl-Kllleil, beautifully hau l »•: arawd k tar
unlet'll fm J" years Itt'Kulur s.!n 00 value* as pu» 'is,»s u>n will > n*
vim ton (in sale at s|v.'»u $‘J no down )) mi a tv#* .
.t i \
Opp. Hudson’s
Pont experiment
special -gm I
!\ and III 11 ’ f : . • .
WINDOW’. *.«•' " %
Mo> •' thrrrtntla. f 0 QC
north Ks.tMl .. vOiwJ
snrrl-Orr Work l*iiiiln, QQp
north * 1.5(1 . .. . OwW
llni 't still*, uortli f C QC
nisti !<ati $15.00 iJiOu
lltcrioal*, f 0 QC
north 115.00 eoi3w
Uo)n’ suit*. f 1 QC
north |7.<MI .. WWiwJ
tlm's Work Sock*. Qp
tsorlh Isr
I oilrmror. north DDn
75c nit.l *I.OO
I oii.o Suit*. f I QQ
north *2.50. *2 .OO #I.OO
Mrs'* Nnralrr < <«. QQp
north $2.50 00U
ItuM.rr IQp
roller* • iwU
Vlctt’* Klitmi.’l shirt*. IQp
north $1.23 . .. OJb
Micht shirt*, north 38.
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! tn general »' some length.
Answering the argument that eo>
porta ion ownership of franchise*
breed* corruption lu politic*, Clark
argued that to have corruption there
must be public official* Inviting the
giving to them of money. He then da*
( lured that municipal operation would
i mean turning over the road* to Juat
tins* very official* whom the pubHc
ownership advocates declared to be
Ingram anawared all of Clark’s argu
nu nts Haying that private ownership
of pi'bli< utilities tends to turn th**
profit* to further capitalization and
political control.
“A city should l>e able to operate its
cat system or any other utility cheaper
than (an an Individual or corporation."
he said.
Ingram declared that the doctrine of
public ownt rship held good with re
regard to street < ars because they are
a monoplv and there 1* not opportun
ity for competition an in othef line*
hitch a* hotel* and steamboat*.
lu anew store —with service
a-> you like it.
Vlctt’* Him- l*H U l*. 01 7 C
north *:i.OO •lit *7
\onit a Vlctt’* still*. OQ QC
north up toSIN. fwiw*
llltic scrar suit*, flO iC
north sl*« S2O Olaitu
Men** t'ortlnroy I’liniaOl OC
north $2.00 I'tSO
Kin*' I Ires* Trou*»*r*oQ JC
north $5 noil »tl
spcliil l.ol—Veal*. CQp
north *1.50 it ml *2 WWW
Vlctt’* While •• 1 •*stt«*•! QQp
shirt*, north *1.30 OOu
Work shirt*. QQp
north 75c WWW
\ *ckn car. A QCn
north 75c , .W- WWW
Vlctt’* Hot*. .01 QQ
north *2.00 ..' .# I iWJ
vicn * Hu.*, f I CQ
north *2.50 . . ilidJ
V|cu'« Hut*. 0 0 OC
t*or l lt $3.00 .
VI.• n * lints. OQ OC
north *1.30 soi*»l
spc dll I llron u I1nf«09 f]Q
or atlfT. north *l,f* | "»
Vfru'a nml Hoy *' '•prlitu QQp
ton*, north 3«c wOU
Vl r it’* A Hot*’ Winter QQp
t H|»*, north 73c .. .wOw
s |iri' In 1 l.ot»—V|c*‘* CQp
lint* OWW
22{jratiot Ave.
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