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PISFORSTRICT HESULATION OF LIQUOR TRADE BREWffil' ASSOCIATION OFFI TO .FIGHT PROHIBI TION, WOULD TURN “WAVE OF HYSTERIA” TO GOOD ACCOUNT. "We aim not only to check the wave of hysteria which la gxnug through tin country but to turn it to some go**d account.” This Is the way that Hugh F. Fox. of Plainfield, X. J.. reformer, sociologi cal atudent and leader ol charitable works in his own state, sums up the disposition of the National Association of Brewers toward the prohibitory movement. >lr. Fox is secretary of the Brewers’ association, and he Is in Michigan to deliver addresses, from the standpoint of the progressive ele ment in the brewing Industry, in Hai ti* Creek and Anu Arbor. Mr. Fox Is an advocate of strict reg ulation of iho liquor trade, of law* that will tend to diminish the evils of the business as they now exist, aud he Is very much opposed to prohibi tion. Since ISS2. Mr. Fox has been a hon meichani. Traveling about the coun try he saw the evils of the liquor busi ness and its disadvantages, and stud ied the various plans for regulation and their working out. He criticized the brewers a* being asleep to the needs of their business. Then the btewers, who have wakened to action In their own behalf, offered this critic their secretaryship. He is a graduate of an English col lege, Is a member of the National Mu nicipal league, the National Congress of Charities and Corrections and other foclological societies, has been a prominent figure in the anti-child la bor movement anti is president of the local board in New Jersey which looks after dependent children. He Is en deavoring now to get tho various so cial welfare organizations to study the liquor question so that the temper ance sentiment of the country may re sult in permanent improvement in stead of law’s which he considers will be too stringent and temporary in ef fect. “If this is not done, the present sen timent will wear itself out and reac tion occur.” be says. “The organized temperance move ment ts highly capitalized, it wforks in communities where the people will pay the freight. Regulation of the li quor traffic, must boas clastic as the government itself; it is a municipal problem. “The bad saloon is the product of careless legislation, inefficient local government and of trade conditions for which the brewers are themselves partially responsible. Under the laws of some states, almost anyone can get a saloon license. This is careless. Too many saloons are allowed; this Is due to business expansion in pasi years. Under such laws all the state seeks is revenue. “A saloon license is a franchise. The man who holds it is entitled to protection from competition. Putting two saloons on a corner does not in crease the consuming capacity in the block; it makes the saloonist use vari ous means to make a living. "An unenforceable saloon law in vites graft. “The county is an unfair and un workable unit for local option. Where t. town has voted wet and the county *dry.’ It Is up to the town to enforce the law with diminished revenues. “The brewers are less interested in the country trade and that of the south. Beer must be cooled to sell and that can be done only in towns as yet. The trade in those localities Is largely a whisky and ale trade. “The reclamation of the south will come through laws allowing the sale of licenses for liquors. The beer traf fic should be separated from the whisky trade where possible. “County option has never been suc cessful except in counties entirely ru raL v- .“So long as beer and strong liquor .►are sold in the same premises, the traffic has got to be under very strong control." Fox considers that the Ormsbee bill in the Michigan legislature "'is very drastic, and ventured the suspicion that this had caused retail liquor dealers to work against it. a statement which Is confirmed by the Michigan Brewers’ association. County House Inmate Dies. r Mary Walters, 79 years old. died Sat urday morning in the county house, J where she was sent in June, 1906, from a restaurant at No. 95 Farmers*., where she had been employed as cook. The poor commission has been unable Mto find any relatives or friends of the •ged woman, and the body will prob ably be sent to a medical college. . Paralysis caused her death. The Celebrated Wagner. It waa her first ball game. She liv ed In Pittsburg, too. Yet there she sat in the crowed grandstand, gaz tng out at her home team battling against the Chicago cubs fok the pen nant. “Harry,*’ she inquired, during a lull in the excitement, “which is the great Wagner?" Her escort gallantly pointed out the famous Pittsburg •hortstop. “My!” exclaimed she. after scanning Honui’ bowlegged flgurn awhile, “who'd ever think that man could write operas!"—Argonaut. Suppressed Divorce Suits. It Suppressed bills for divorce were -filed Saturday by I.ida vs. John Fer ril; Ben. J. vs. ElLcabeth Barttes, and zJleniy va. Nellie Ramlow. m In cleaning your jewelry use too h %owder and a tooth brush. Aft«r "Vard let scalding wnler tun over i< To remove all accumulations of pow tier Then noilsh with tissue naner. jiCrrHE REMEDY I** • FOR SLEEPLESSNESS '.•IT* Person* who do not alrep w*ll ).♦*• Etfifrcoin* norvoua. Irriiitini nml noon V*j Ti>*“ n down in body and mind. Tto* i*ini-ily for »i**ph-*Kiu i~ i Ptlla. TTn y *«• tLl♦- the atom p oU’h. •tiofly tha nerve* and quirt ti;.* Bfcvf>r*in.'*"’When t roub I r»i v ith ale<p|..»* Kk«y)r**, whether tauned by Indlffeation. ■ FjoaflUi worry or nervou* atiain, ink.- if *2V»«e.hain't I*lll* On r*tlrln* and >•• <« ■Mil aoon •l*»*i* aoutldly and hh h lcn h V tfnwnlrt • H*lp tlmlr action b> rtfri fcJP*|* r hOblt* and a little rar# In tin t, and ■iniif ear* will b* very *r»«<iv You ran F u i>uy B*rch*m*a Pill* at nil ilnu ftfc** ore 10c and 2ic a box. Tn Society* [ After a lovers’ quarrel of more than two decades ago. the marriage of Har riet Melius, well know a in this city as the president of the Detroit\Cat club, and Charles Latimer Freeman, of Kansas City, Kan., was celebrated iu the latter city a w**»-k ago Wedne# day. Mr.ny years ago Charles Free mau was engaged iu business with bis uncle in this city., and he and Miss Melius were lo have been mar-j ried. but through a misunderstanding the two drifted apart. Freeman went to Kansan City, and after twenty , years. Mis* Melius, who lived alone with her beautiful prt/.** cats, hoard J that her erstwhile lover whs ill. She ut cnee went to the w*»urn city, tji • I old vows were 'em «t'd and the wed ding followed soon aft*r. Mrs. Free man will return to Detroit In the nonr future end as *oon as her husband .an settle his affairs in Kansas City, he will follow. — An exceptionally fine program ban been arranged for the concert to bo given by the Philharmonic quartet in i I’lrture show* Cspt. Muller aad Ikr bnllooa America. In which the cnptnla and flv* had a narrow c*- rape from death la a •form Iu California. The balloon trmelrd «»er >aw nine «-nn.»n>. during the hlWjinrd. bm fortunately the men were able to rrarh a farm hmi*e aflrr • ulfcrln* front much espuaur*. I be> th*-n re in rnr and to PaaaUena. Diagram ahowa eonrae o t tltc night. the new Y. M. C. A. auditorium. Tues day evening. March 30 The program wiil consist of the Haydn quartet, the Beethoven quartet. Folk Song by Karl Konzak; “Fairy Tale" aud "L’Abeille,’’ by Francois Schubert, by the qnartet. William Yunck. the vio linist. will be the soloist of the even ing and will play the “Souvenir dc Haydn." by Henri Leonard. Reserved seats will be on sale at Grinnell Bros., Monday and Tuesday. A “forget-me-not" dinner was given in the Hotel Ste. Claire Friday even ing in honor of Mrs. Jennie Men*er. who will make her future home in the south very shortly. The decoration* consisted of a pretty disposition of forget-me-nots. Fairbanks Post. G A. R will give Its closing banquet of the season. Mon day evening. March 29. under the di rection of Chairman D. S Kimball All members are requested to attend The Detroit Wheelmen wiil give an other dancing party Friday evening April 2, for members and their friend*. This will be the last party before Easter. The Knights of St. John, of St. Elizabeth's parish, will give an enter tainment in the parish hall Easter Sunday evening and the Stinday even ing following. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bartlet an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter. Miss Elizabeth Frances, to Walter S. Browrn The wadding will take place April 14. Mrs. J. 11. Callahan, of Clifton Forge. Va., is the guest of her sinter Mrs. F. J. Todd. No. 729 Second a\e. CAUGHT WITH GOODS. LANSING. Mich.. March 27—)Spe cial.) —Felix Chappell, a moulder, has been arrested on a charge of stealing a bulldog belonging to Fred Robinson, keeper of a poolroom. Patrolman Cushman discovered Chappell climb-1 ing over RobinsonV. back fence with i the dog in his arms. The IP inner in The Times ’ looting Contest Is Going To Ride in This $1,050 Ruick Car * rl /4& * 'This hiiadaiiliir Hiltrk rar, riiollint .*l.li.V>. tvill Nr drllf r r rH ri#r«nli«» >•< llir trniiil ar'rr *o 1 »r olnnrr In I l»r Time* arm! tnllaa reatral nhlrN rln«.>« »•• )• n'rlm-k p. m,, tlonday, t.ldr f"ot*» «t* nnin nnlitlr. |«o piano* aalll hr (bra awa.i, and 10 trip* In l;urn|ir, nod 10 trip* in H’-rninda »rr »«• ilirn irrr of rn.i t *1 hr rletrnth hour of llir rnalral I* marknl h» ninrli hunt II ml. on Ihr pur | «.f Ihr l« ;»i|rr«, nho nrr only nri ha • part la the rnre. \\ alt h I urni n* '• Ilium lur Ihr aamr* p( llir lucky Olir*. THE DETROIT TIMES: MONDAY, MARCH *9, 1909. Capt. Muller and Five Men Have Narrow Escape in Western Storm igi|. %.ik flmmd tw - .wvtv. EXPERT ON STAND IN PRISON INQUIRY JACKSON. Mich , March 27.—Har ry Holton, of Holton K. Wealherwax. an expert on prices of the supplies used in the binder twine plant in Jack son prison, was called before the grand Jury today. The prosecution is anxious to learn If inflated prices were paid for the supplies purchased In Ayton, Ont. Warden Armstrong ask ed Snpt. Brewer to go to Ayton an l look at the machinery and if he found it satisfactory to ship it, which he did Indications are that the investiga tion wiil be ended next week it ex- Warden Armstrong is not called to the stand Adjournment was taken today till Monday. Albanian* to Revolt. ROME, March 27.—Albanians are ready to start an ’t.surrection. Tin Albanians are dissatisfied with the po litical transformation in Turkey and, desiring to obtain independence, wil! present demands to an Internationa! conference. Famous Golf House Burns. NEW YORK. March 27 —Baitusrol clubhouse, a SIOO,OOO structure at Short Hills, N. J., I In; scene of some of the most famous golf contests in America, was entirely destroyed by fire today. OASTOIIIA. Been th« KinJ TC’J Ha* A!*a« Bought "‘Yr REDUCED FARES WEST. Mail a postal card to Robert C Jones, 212 Majestic building, Detroit, ! and secure folders, land pamphlets and I complete information, free, by return mail. | HEW BOOKS IN PUBLIC LIBRARY Thi ? .(lowing r,*-\v books have r <*iv.-,i in tlx publl- library May S. L>;ik**i—"N*-W I<IV ul« Iu lleal luK ’ an a- omit of id- Etmnanufl movement it-»!•«-» t S Hull - 'Natural Sou'vm of "ov. ni tra nsfdrmat Inn ami < .>n*rr\attm of *-n« nt> u rar. noe F Hints* y- -“The HcorKanizuitlon of Our r’nll.-K 1 ** llollln T. I’Mamherlain —- "(l isea in Roi ks." Wain-t l»t. (’handler Tti, Trial ol Jesus fr« itnjs Lawyer's Standpoint Walter F Itodd- Mod ern t ’onxllt ut ions William! W. Fowler •Social I,i(e at Horn* In Vli< Aic of t'b.rt, Mary K (!re**n "Fond Pro*l t.-• of t » Wot I*l ’ M<>r; .4 Mlllquit-^- >.. -'n •• T and Pi v ti> > J F.<lv* ml Kirby* •Puritanism In the S**i!th. Win. It l.i*w -•'Hi-iWd of the l.'ke« Sidney .1 Low A Vis ion of India;'* travel .lame? H P*ttl s:*'\\ - |)i Ki*,n in Nature Walter Koaenlmin •Jla-*'* Manufacture.” Ip tor U Sinclair —"Hood Health and ltow W. Won It ' Paul \V*tn mian—"A. Sun*rrter T* n In Finland. Brand Whit- In. k \lu.*',* o Lincoln.” a dographV .loi n T Wolcott "H-/*klan ’ an ora torio. lb in- Hazm- "This I* Mv Son tii-oige It Brennan- Bill Pruetell." .lam* .* B Cabell To* I'nrdk nf \ un ite ' Floren. *• F K 1 y "Th/* Dolafteld Affatr ’ « !»arl rt Klein—“ The Music Mauler. J* in Webster—"Atuch Ado About Pet*!." / SIOO,OOO Fire in Summer Resort. WATERTOWN. N. Y../March 27. The business section of i Clayton, a summer resort on ihe iAf. iJiwrence river, was destroyed by \fire today Six business blocks snd t«o Hubbard house annex wore bu r ned/ before vol untf ors got the fire under Control. The loss may rpat h SIOO 000. Girl Withdraws Charge. When Mbhael was ar raigned in Justice Stein s court. Sat urday morning, on n at rions chsrg • preferred by Miss Si«dla Madrock, the latter asked the court I > telease th<» defendant, as he had promised to marry her after Easter. Justice Stein held the case open until April I*J. when "Mike'’ will be discharged if he keep* his word. He wa* released oa his personal recognizance. BOOKS The Mad in Lower Teit.'* Thu story begin* in a Pullman car. Thsrs m «u acquaintance between traveler*. ' There are adveuturea occasioned by a wreck. There are damages half way fatal, but out of which cornea recov ery through nursing. uuU there ro mance spring* up nod the scene chances from the interior of the conn I try to the seashore ami hack attain From first to last it is an American story of the simple, straightforward Jnd. The book Is excellent reading. The characters are attractive; they ! hrve things to say; they have mental j fort e hml are of the kind that one likes to know in real life. The pic -1 urea an* in color by Christy and they •kI.I mm h ti, the charming nature of the book. I The Man In Lower Ten” is written f t,\ Mary Robert* Rinehart, the author [of The circular Stslrcnsc. reviewed in these columns not long ago. and tu> tine reputation which accrued : from that hook is amply sustained In this on»*. i Hobbs Merrill Cos.. Indianapolis; Macaulay's. Sheehans and Hudsons. Detroit, i •Katrine,” Elinor Macartney Lane follows her brilliant story of "Nancy Stair.” by a uew one which is named Katrine." There is a degree ot sim ilarity between the two oooks, in that the heroine In this, as in the former story. is n beautiful and magnetic woman. The storj is of the fraukly romantic character all the way through. It presents a succession of scenes ot lovemaking that is exceed ingly picturesque; then separation; then of the woman making good uud winning her way to a position of her own through her musical gifts; of the man coming to himself and fighting to get his faculties under control and be come worthy again. And though thy woman triumphs on ftcr part, which is a noble way, he olfoils part, while commendable in the conquering of selfish elements, after all nus a factor of weakness In him. But love con quers both of them and everything com* s out right In the end. as 1’ ought to in a first-class romantic story. (Harper fc'Bros.. New York; Mac auley's, Sheehan's, nml Hudson's, De troit.) The Journal of a Neglected Wife.” This story has aroused more than common interest, due. no doubt, to the vividness with which the argument and the experience of the neglected wife is set forth. It is one of those books not easy to describe and that must be read In order to get the force of it and understand Its meaning. Probably some of the popularity of the book is due to t»s voicing an experi ence not uncommon. Though the par ticular experience of this woman may be rare, yet there is such a large pro portion of neglected wives In the world that this book doubtless ap peals to those who rare about being neglected. Probably four times in five it occurs that the habit of the man in spending his evenings away from home regularly is expected, and the wife takes It as a matter of course and makes no complaint and does not feel that she is a neglected woman. This "Journal of a Neglected Wife” is one that involves serious miscon duct and the real question is whether [the wife herself decided In the right ; way when the time for the great de I cision came. (B. W. L>odge ft Cos.. New York. Macauley's She* hau's and Hudson's, Detroit.) Would Not Attend Conference MEXICO CITY. March ”7.—Th sch« me for. a conference of the pres.- jdents of Central American republics hss fallen through President Vas .quez. of Costa Rica. refused to at* 1 tend. THE HARMONY OF HOME Doe* Not Mingle With or Emanate From the Table of Dyspepsia. In the home, meal time should awaken iu all the inhabitants a pecu liar harmony of Joy which will make for *he home the abiding place of In tcrest and happiness. M one member at the dinner table Is out of sorts, his influence Is felt and the harmony Is lacking. Conversation and mirth are absent. Devouring thoughts assail the diners and slleuce prevails. "At the Dyspeptics Taoie Ominous, ; Quiet and Gloom Crowds Out Mirth." i All physicians agree that mirth aud | joy at nual time does murh toward 'digestion. Mirth ttngleH tne whole nervous orgauism ot man. the cells I wherein are stored valuable digestive juic es, empty their contents under the j ner\e stimulation and promote the highe st degree of digestion. If gloom nnd discomfort prevail at table *fhe reverse action obtains nu'l meals become necessities, not autlci paled jo)s. Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets are Utile rote houses of digestion which mix XA it h the Ftomach Juices, digest food, retingle the mucous membra.** and Its ! nerve centers, gives to the blood a !great wealth of digestive fluids, pro mote digestion snd stays by the atom ;uh until all its duties are complete.) If dyspepsia sits at tables It make* 'the dining room a place of awe; these tablets should he taken after meal* .Hid and \ spepsla c»f a consequence So need for diet or fa«tlnc The dys pepiies w i.u will use them religiously will find no sense of nausea In tl»«* .i, ; lit ui gi pet cuts men I* or in tin* c»d ri if rich cocd.lt!*. i !t nialt**i> no* what the* condition >•' tru- sldtnnc It Stuart's Dyspepsia 'IV !,-Ch on*\ improve the Julies and 1. 1 1 quiet to tlo whole digestif** canal. a hie It the stontsc li I* 4 'h«* center. Forty thmisHud pbysl bins U'e the*., tablets in tbelr prac-llce and evety druggist seij* them. Price "tbc. Sep I ; >our name nnd address and w<* will «*nri vr*»i a trlr.l package h> mall fr<*< i \ddiess F A S»'*sr* Vo., ISO Stuart , Uldg . M u shall. Ml' h. J X-RAY m BE MADE HARMLESS PROF. ROWNTREE FINDS HOW TO MAKE THEM STIMULATING. NOT DESTRUCTIVE. LONIKJN. March 28. Prof. Cm II Rowntree. F. R IS. S . of t the Middle ?ox hospital Canorr Research I.a bora lorlsn. In lho course of ;i lecture be fora the Royal ('ullage of Surgeons on the X-ray and cancer, stated ihHt there had been in England eleven cases of cancer arlstug In X ra> work era Prof Rowntree said that ii was probable that this form of growth wan n«>r of so malignant a nature as other kinds, and that, therefore, tin* very extensive operations which would he an appropriate procedure ip oases ot ordinary cancer were unnecessary. The investigation of the Influence of the X-ray on animals was carried out and it was found that, in addition to some ordinary changes, suoh as are met with on the hands of X-ray work era. others of a more striking nature had manifested themselves. Foi In stance. It was found that when the up per surface of a rat's tail was exposed to the ray, the cells of the opposed surface underwent changes of a de structlve uature. whereas the ray. at tenuated by passing through the thick ness of the tail, stimulated the cells on the opposite side to locretw^d growth. Other evidence was brought for ward which goes to show X-rays have in fact, two separate and distinct ac tions upon animal and vegetable cells In relatively large doses they have de structive or paralyzing action upon the cells activity, whereas in small and oft-repeated doses they bring about ex actlv the opposite condition and stim ulate the tissues to abnormal activity and increased growth Prof. Rowntree Is of the opinion that these observation may have an important practical application In con nection with the treatment of cancer. CONDITION OF CZARINA WORSE ST PETERSBrRO. March 27.—The czarinas condition has Jerome s> ilarmlng that she nid start soon for eastern Italy by sea w'th her children The (.zar will follow a fortnight later The czarinA has been suffering from a nervous affection and the court phya. clans have ordered her to n southern climate. Power of the Senate. Speaker Cannon, at the recent (Jrid iron club dinner m Washington, stood up for the senate. "You’d think, the way the senate is ' blamed for everything." he said, "that jit had supernatural powers I ‘ A crowd of farmers were knocking the senate one marker day last month. I when ;ui old fellow of only one-horse 'power brain bustled into their mid.si " Well, byes,’ said he what's the seuate up to now?’ 'Why. ain't ye heerd, Zacharj ?' said a young farmer, winking at the others. 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