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WORTH LIVING The Mark mm 4 |r«M *»*H »• Ml«kl«*a m 2 okU, N«Uk OMII) *“U lk»lr way into Detroit, wiii begin to ar rive lit largo quantltl** next » «k, 4 according to Information, in the of* , flee* of the AthUy * Dustin steamer , lino, which control* th* l'ut-ln-bay and Frank K. Kirby, the biggest fruit carrier*, " ‘round theae part*." "The peach season will open two week* earlier than usual," *ay* O. 8 i>u»- tio. "The'fruit will be abundant, but not so large In *is«, because of the heavy wind *torm* from which the tree* suffered a month ago. The fruit ought to be cheap, too. The Put-in-bay 1* bringing in lots of peaches now and the grape*, which usually com* in the middle of Hep* tember, are already appearing." Aid. Ustsias, of the Third ward, 1* op posed to the proposed change la the running of tne Brush car* so that northbound cars will go up Hastings and southbound cars over the old Bruah-at. route. A resolution provid ing for this chauge, introduced in the council, Tuesday' night, was ie* ferred to the franchise committee, and Aid. Harpfer, chairman, has call* *d a meeting lor Friday afternoon at 2 O’clock to consider the matter. On his ret ora from a long »acatloa motor trip, the Hev. Charlea H. Alisa* 1 district superintendent of the Detroit Methodist conference, said that in the annual conference to be hold In , Flint. Sept. I*. there will be no chauges made in the Methodist pul pits of Detroit. Dr. Allen said that there had been a general request from ths various congregations of the city to retain ths present pas tors Mrs. Herman Marks discovered three Nearoes loitering about her home, No. 212 Adams-ave. east, about 1 o clock Wednesday morning. Hhe called the flying squadron and one of th* trio was captured. He gave his name as Benjamin Mubre, and r dis address as No. &3l* Beaublen-st He denied that he was trying to break into the place. The warrant Issued b» Justice of the Peace Kaadolph, of Hauitramek, for Ty Cobb for speeding his automobile In Highland Park will not have to be served as Cobb presented himself In the office of the Justice. Tuesday, to sse when he would be wanted. The date has not been set. A large number of the clergy of the Houiau Catholic diocese of Detroit went Into retreat, Tuesday, in 88. Cyric and Methodius’ Polish Mini nary, Orchard Lake. Bishop M. F. I alien, of Loudon, Ont., will preach ally. William Joalsh, 25 years old, So. IS* Ludden-at., tell off an ea.t-lmuiid Ml. Clemens car at Gratiot in i Hei en-aves., Monday night. HU skull was fractured and he died shortly after being removed to Bt. Mary's hospital. > ■ Fire did 9XOOO damage at tbe home of William Krone, ho. 2XH Adelaldc.at., Tuesday night A horse was crema ted when the barn burned. The fam-- lly was driven to the street, lobn Mribmer, No. IIS Hrlen-ave.* wos struek by an automobile, driven by Charles Cheney, on Belle Isle brldpre, Tuesday night. Mr Melhmor. who it 63 years old, was badly injured. He was taken to Harper hospital, loseph /.lager complains to tbe police fbat he was robbed of 952 while be was In a hotel at Twelfth-si. and Kirby-ave., Tuesday night, kugust Fischer, No. 18* Fifth-st.. slip ped on tbe floor of tbe basement of the Pontchartrain hotel, Tuesday af ternoon, anti his left leg was broken. He is in Harper hospital. Hbe arrangement whereby the city car ries the bonds for the purchase of Ferry farm, was consummated Tues day night, when City , Treasurer Koch's hid of $166,000 was confirmed by the council. RESERVES DATES FOR MOOSE. tflhley A Dustin Lin* Keep* Friday • and Saturday Open. That the rial tug delegates to the tfoose convention may be able to en oy a trip to Put-in-Bay, the Ashley 6c Austin steamer line has reserved, the ast two days of this week. Friday and Saturday, as open dates for their spe ial benefit. Thia opportunity to take the trip rithotit being worried by the usual arge crowd* will surely be apprecl ited and will offer a very attractive vay for the delegates to close up their Tali. dan to try to please everybody." aya 0. S. Dustin, general passenger igent of the Ashley & Dustin line, 'and we believe that Especially In a ase like this the various pleasure or ganizations of the city can, with a mall sacrifice, do much to increase he popularity of Detroit as a hos dtable center.” * SEEKS SECOND DIVORCE. r rank Tegge Says Wife Didn't Keep Promise To Reform. Frank Tegge, through hia attorney larry Dingeman, has filed suit for Ivorce against his wife, Matilda. Ac ording to the declaration, Tegge and la wife were divorced ‘once before, he husband obtaining the decree on he ground that his wife drank. Up n her promise to reform, they were emarried but he again asks for a ivorce on the same grounds. Julia Fayad filed suit for divorce. Tueeday, against her husband, Jo eph. ■nalaMw-Ilke Printing. No fus. ana to feathers The plain, neat kind th«t ook* right Time. Prlktla, cV 1 r©hn R -at Ph Main 14**. or ritV Price of Gas Again Reduced In keeping wtih the practice and policy of this Company in the past to lower its selling prices of gas whenever the increased use of gas by our customers has enabled us to do so, we have made a further re duction to the following prices, to take effect Septem ber i, 1911: For lest than 50,000 cubic feet used In one month —Bsc per 1,000. » For the eecond 50,000 cubic feet "used in one month —7sc per 1,000. For the next 100,000 cubic feet used In one month —6sc per 1,000. For all over 200,000 cubic feet used In one month —ssc per 1,000. t For gas used in gas engines—6sc per 1,000. A discount of ~ioc per I,ooo'feet will be allowed from these prices on all bills paid within the discount periods named thereon. Detroit City Qas Cos. COUNCIL ORDERS RRICKJILLS PI Releases Those From Which Major Lifts Veto—-McCabe Gives Re • suits of Rattler Tests. While bands played and gay thrones of visiting Moose passed to and fro in the streets below, members of the common council wrestled with the brick and other problem* for taro houra and a half, Tuesday night. Sev eral "scraps*’ enlivened the session, but they were purely verbal and no damage was done. The spectacle of 36 aldermen listen ing Intently to the reading of a tech nical and voluminous report on brick teats, by Boiler Inspector McCabe, who made the teats under the council's direction, was in rather marked con tract to the care-free manner in which the same legislators, a few weeks :»go, were wont to ignore the mayor’s vetoes of brick bills and Pass the accounts over his head. The mayor’s wishes with respect to brick, as expressed In his messages, were carried out to the letter, Tues day night, except that no action was taken on his suggestion that the city buy guaranteed brick from contractor* not now supplying the city, other than to refer it to the committee on street*. This matter probably will come before the committee, Thurs day. The bills for Bessemer, Nelson ville and Massillon brick, long held up. v ere ordered puid, as requested by his honor, these brands having passed the test. No attempt was made to pass the bills vetoed Tuesday over the veto. Aid. Broxo objected to the payment of any of the bills un less all were released, but he stood alone. Mayor Brown, of Kansas City, who is here attending the Moose conven tion, was a visitor to the council chamber. He came, he said, to get some information on the brick ques tion, in which his city Is interested. Called on for a speech, he said that h!s city, last year, fixed 17 per cent as the limit of abrasion for paving brick, and all brick that exceeded that limit were rejected. Asa result, St. Louis now has the finest brick pave ments It has ever had, he said. Some of tLe manufacturers are protesting that the percentage Is too low, he stated. A summary of Mr. McCabe’s test shows the following results: An average of six tests on Cham p'on block gave 26.12 per cent; three on Massillon, 18.04; seven on Medal, 25.16; two on Towqsend, 24.76; one on Colllnwood, 26.71; one on Big Four, 27 61; one on Metropolitan, 21.07; four on Bessemer. 19.29; 12 on Nelson vllle, 19.78; nine on Speedway. 24.26; five cn Wassail, 28.02; four on Nov- j elty, 26.30; four on Wooster, 24.24; i t\, ' on Granite, 23.08. Mr. McCabe, although not claiming to be an authority on brick, went Into ( the subject exhaustively and gave the ' aldermen his best Judgment a£ to the ' cause of the failure of many of the city’s brick pavements. The greatest factor In their destruction, in his opin ion, was failure to provide for inter nal stresses, due to changing tempera ture, His report also showed that the greatest loss by abrasion in the rat tle.- teot comes from the knocking off/ of the corners, which happens In the first 16 minutes of the test, while the wearing face of the brick shows prac i.cally no wear. The Inference to be drawn was that the rattler test would bj of more value If the material that enters Into the composition of the brick were molded Into a spherical shape for testing purposes. He sug gested that the council and the com missioner of public .Works consider the advisability of adopting a method of testing that will give a result ex actly like that produced by every-day street traffic on the pavements. H,e said: "I would suggest- the construction of an experimental pavement In one of the yards where tho effect of frost and heat can be studied, together with the comparative value of brick under actual wheel wear, etc. With this method the relative value of several brands of brick can be tested at the same time, and the results obtained would be a true measure of what could be expected In actual service.” There was a spirited debate over the payment of bills aggregating JB,- 600, due the United States Wood Pre serving Co.* represented In Detroit by Thomas Bros., for creosote block Complaints had reached several of the aldermen that the teamsters employed by C. C. Craven, who does hauling tor Thomas Bros., and one or two other contractors, had not received their money, although, it was claimed, Craven had been paid by the agents. Aid. Skrzycki championed the cause of the men and put up a stiff fight to have the bills due the manufacturers held up. Assistant Corporation Coun sel Edmund Atkinson gave an ora opinion that the council had no legal right to hold up the bills, but did . IE * DETROIT TIMES! WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1911. have a moral right, as a matter of policy. A motion to pay the bills was finally lost by a vote of IS to 19. Aid. Olinnan defended Craven and Inferred that the failure of the men to receive their pay was a natural outgrowth of the controversy over paving brick, for tbe men haul brick as well as creosote block, he said. Aid. Allan objected to tbe oouucil act ing as a collecting agency for the teamsters. The controversy over the establish ment of anew saloon at No. 204 Mich igan -ave. by Julius Hartman was threshed out all over again on Aid. Keuttng’s motion for a reconsidera tion of the council's action of last Tuesday, approving Hartman’s appli cation. Aid. Keating called atten tion to a petition presented by about 200 residents of tbe district, oppos ing the action and asking for a hear ing. Aid. Allan and myself have been acused of four-flushing about this matter," said he. "Refer this matter back to the committee and then you can find out whether we are four flushing or not. The motion to re consider was lost. 16 aldermen voting “no" and 14 '‘yes." M- B. O'Connor, one of the gas com missioners appointed by tbe council, on motion of Aid. Tom Lynch, de clined the appointment. Mayor Thompson has 16 days to name his successor. If he fails to do so, Aid. Lynch will ask the council to make the appointment. The threatened fight over the pur chase of the Voigt property, adjoin ing the garbage receiving station at rhe foot of Twenty-fourth-st., for S4OO a foot, or $53,000, did not come up be cause the majority of the special com mittee, which voted in favor of the purchase, failed to submit its report. Aid., John Lodge, of the First ward, was all primed for a fight, and sev eral of his colleagues stood ready to back him up. Aid. Gllnnan, chairman of the committee, explained to Tbe Times that he wanted further time to look Into the matter. He was not pre pared as yet to defend the report on the floor, he said. HERE’S CHANCE TO SEE BANG UP CIRCUS FOR JUST 25 CENTS Sells-Floto Shows Have Some Unique Features, One Being Absence of Grafting. Bepaking of the visit of the Sells- Floto shows to Seattle, the Star of that city had this to say: “There are three vital defects In the Sells-fr'loto circus. In the first place, you pay only 25 cents to see it; in the second place, the employes are all civil, Even , courteous, and, thirdly, there is no 'grafting in the show. "Whoever heard of a civil ticket seller in a circus? Whoever con ceived of n circus wlthtfu? pickpock ets and grafters? And, finally, v.ho ever expected to see a real big tent for 25 cents? t ’ Surely, Mr. Tammen • one of the owners of the show, is ignoring cus tom. Perhaps the public is pleased with the policy. It would seoir. so, as 4,000 people were tinned away from the big tent last nlghi. If you arrived after 8 o’clock, you didn’t see the Inside of the main tent The disappointed ones. Instead of return ing home, found solace in the side shows. • "Os course, it was tho same old time sideshow, but you saw it all for a dime. Two or three thousand peo ple were turned away in the after noon as well. "The show itself is not quite as ex tensive as some which Seattle has seen; but that is an attraction in it self: you can see It all. When it comes to paying 60 cents to go to the old-time eight-ring circus or 25 cents to Sells-Floto, a lot of fellows will choose the latter. "The equestrian nets are better than any circus ever brought to Se attle before. The clowns are good, with aeveTai brand new acts. None of the 18 big acts is unworthy the largest show in the country.” The Sells-Floto shows come to De troit on Monday and Tuesday next. The popular price remains the same and the show itself has been enlarged to almost double the else of former years. BOY DROWNED IN ROUGE. Charles Baker, of Tomkinsville, . N. Y., Plunges In To Death. Charles Baker, Jr., 13 years old. of Tcmklnsvllle, N. Y., who with nia mother has been visiting in the homo of George Hathaway, No. 390 Camp bell-ave., was drowned while In bath ing In the River Rouge, Tuesday af ternoon. The boy was warned not to go in to the river if he were not a good swimmer but he laughgd at his com panions and plunged In to his death. Matthew Lynn. No. 480 Howard st., recovered the body 16 minutes after the boy was drowned and called Dr. C. C. Berjumln, of Oakwood, but the physician was unable to resuscitate the boy. When the boy’s mother *aw her son. lying (lead, she fell upon the corpse In a faint. Coroner Rothacher had the body taken to the home cf Mr. Hathaway. QO TO PUT-IN-BAY FRIDAY OR SATURDAY August 25 and 26 ars open datee to Put-in-Bay. No so ciety excursions have been booked. Perhaps you prefer to go then. Tickets, 50c the round trip on elegant new steamer "Put-in-Bay," from First Street Whr.rf. WAYNE HOTEL GARDENS V routes BKRGKRE. EVKRY WIGHT—• TO IS. POPULAR KSTRRTAISRRI AKI) ORCHESTRA. GaMdlcA caww oat and night EP ICC HI API SPECIALTIES. STRALO SISTERS' ORCHESTRA. CHATHAM THAMES RIVER TRIPS Thar Mar, Friday. latsriap, Saadoy. Parr rark wv>, Ski Boot l#«*ra Hi.WO a. m. aad rrtaraa MiM p. ss. jouw rravßMsoN, a*i. W—t of R«B4al9S4i ENGINE CRUSHES OUT MAN’S LIFE Fred Wells, Michigan Central Brake man. Is Klllad in Livtmols- * Avs. Yards. Fred Wells, a brakeman for the Michigan Central railroad, waa killed by being run down by a switch en gine in the shop yards on Ltvernois ave.’ Wednesday morning. Wells was L 2 years old and lived at No. 466 Twenty-fourth-st. The vlcnm was standing op the tracks waiting to Jump on the run ning hoard of a locomotive that was backing toward him. He lost his bal ance Just os the engine got to him and was hurled under the wheels. His body was frightfully mangled. He was dragged about 16 feet, tkro fellow employes making vain efforts at rea Here are Pictured Three Special Values from Our Immense Display of Brass, Iron and Beds Comprising Over 200 Different Styles 200 Beds—Can you grasp the magnitude of a display of this kind. Do you realise that If these 200 beds were placed end to end. that they Would stretch out over a city block In length? Now can you Imagine yourself walking along these lanes of beds, and making your selection —Could you help finding the very style that you had in mind? . •/ ' * And too, isn’t it logical to suppose, that with a display so great. Intailing large purchases that the prices should be lower than else where? - That they are lower is shown by the three styles of beds Ulustrat- Brass Beds, $16.50 (Exactly like cut) IM LJL-teal [fa y. • kii ■ g"gj EAST SIDE 259-263 GRATIOT AVE LABOR DAY EXCURSIONS A | JHLjuCO: rj lift \ Three Nights and Two Days Outing £2 50 CLEVELAND $2.50 4>A*9w rrti rn— 1A . .... Tickets good going Saturday. Sept. ts:*o a. m.*"*- $3.50 BUFFALO $3.50 v —and rf.ti rn— £4 00 NIA6ARA FALLS $4.00 4>**- U U —AND RRTIRN — r WW Ticket? good going Saturday, Sept. S. 5 T m. and Sunday. Sept ?, 4 p m . returning from Buffalo Monday. Sept. 4. 6:10 £Lve’ratV™ he You need a short vacation, so take advantage ® f season will soon be over and you wont have the opportunely. MAKK VOIR RESERVATION* EARLY. Ticket Os flee—-Majestic Bldg.» IST VVood«ard-av*.» IT4 Grlaw*id-*t.| VI arac-Mt. Wkarf. . Philip H. McMillan, Pren.i A. A. Schaatm, GcaT Mgr.i L G. Lewis, G.P.A. DETROIT and CLEVELAND NAVIGATION CO. The Strasburg School of Dancing stars zr: :•;/«,iir ssaartt " *..m .n on. I.ra Adult »«lnn.r. nIJM c’av evening Sept. 1. Children. afternoons. Sept. • and 14. Clo*. buck and wing and fancy slate dancing taught prlrately. W rite or phone for hook of particular# Grand or City 3190. Complimentary opening party for former patrons. Wednesday evening. Aug. 30. Hotel Tuller ROOF C A R D E N FRAWK ROWE, BARITONE, THE K».ITF TRIO, Special Attraction tor This Week. ANNUAL EXCURSIONS Muskoka Lakes and Georgian Bay - - C_ . THURDAY AUGUST 24, 1911 Maakoka Lake* aad rotara . g.V#a Prartsag aad rrtara RM Parry Wo«a4 aril rrtara l.’i.M Felat Barfl aa4 rrtara R. 71 II lints* III# and rrtara |9.M (l.akr of Raya) Rrtara l.laHt Tkarailar, September 7th. ISII. Proportionately low rates to other points on tne Muikoks Lakes, Trains lesre Fort St. Union Depot. Detroit. • S. m ; 11.10 noon, and U:4i p. m. Up-to-date equipment. Oet tickets. Illustrated printed matter, maps. ate., and other neces sary Information at City Office, t Fort Street West or Union Depot. Phone# Main 4114, and City «4l A. A ED WOW DA, D. P. A„ Detroit. Mirk. cue. Shortly before the accident Wells lost a heel from one of hi* shoe* and It was probably this that caused him to lose his balance. Mrs. Wells Is visiting in Bay City. MILTON CARLETON DEAD. Former County Treasurer Succumbs to Attack of Paralysis. Milton Carleton, aged 66, a former county treasurer, and at one ttzas a well-known figure in Wayne County politics, died, Tuesday night, in Grace hospital, from paralysis, with which he was stricken a week ago. Sailor Accused of Forgery. W. A. Ford, employed on the D. A C. steamer City of Mackinac, was ar rested on the boat. Tuesday morning, Made of genuine satin finish bran* with 2 Ml* inch post*. 7 center spindle* with support ing top rail at head and foot, extra large trim mings Reg. $22.69 value. 1 > TWO | BIG 1 STORES Drushaber Hymm l«IM m 4 r#t«ra fk.M Crraal Rim aa4 mini . • MJI Plrkan I and ratant ... IMI Rarfb Rar h 4 rvtan IM» Napoleon Beds, $19.75 , ■ (Exactly like cut) Made of selected, genuine mahogany, with crotch mahogany head and foot, or ran be had In selected quarter-sawed oak. Reg. $26.00 value*. Similar style In mahogany only at by Deputy U. 8. Marshal Duncan Lyon, on a charge of forging n money order for sl6. In February, 1910 Fires on Peeper. Fred Christ, No. *l7 Cameron-ave., discovered a man mt nia window, Tuesday night, just as he was abent to retire. He seised his revolver and fired twice at ths intruder and the man turned and ran away. —————— , Frank Aldnch Improves. Frank Aldrich, superintendent of streets in the department of public works, whose back was injured when he attempted .to raise a section of cement walk in front of his home, sev eral weeks ago, Is reported as much Improved. He expects to return to his work soon. a ed. From them you can get some Idea of how the prices range through out the entire stock. Many of the beds were bought very advantageously from the manufacturers and we know positively that they are greatly under valued. , We haven't room to Illustrate or describe all the beds; t 6 do so would require several pages this slse. We can only ask that you attend this exhibit and see the beds as they are actually \hown on our floors—come expecting to see the largest display of beds ever shown In this city and you will not be disappointed. , AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. r DETROIT RIVER STEAMERS Columbia Moonlight Tues. & Fri. Eve. * Ste. Claire Moonlight Wed. & Sat. Eve. Sunday Night Lake Ride sad Concert, 35c. Str. Ste. Claire “**% "b3b!lo Wed. & Sat., 1:30 Th« rlgkl to rtfuc mmy p*raoa mdm tmmiom to Bomtm mm* Park la MOONLIGHT EXCURSION AND DAINIC I INC. . A T SUGAR ISLAND PARK STEAMER OWANA EVERY Wednesday and Saturda> Rtesmer will leave Griswold flt. wharf 8 p. m sharp, allow two hours’ dancing on tho im mense pavilion at the Park and return to Detroit at 12:46 riNXKL’i ORCHESTRA will furnlah the inuelc. TICKETS, 3Se No liquor* sold on Moonlight t Trip* Base se a~ THURSDAY L Detroit i rs. Washington t Same Called at 3:00 P.M. Iteaerved Ifal* aad Bom at • HARRIS CIGAR STORM, 11* Waadarad av» nETROIT river steamers - P island Jr COLUMBIA * Waak Dar*. 5»45 a. aad S *• a Rilra litaaaar laa. Wad. aad Rat. Ii.IO a. aa.. Baa. RilS a. aa.. 1 130 aad 3 p. a*. Dtaiaa h3 Maac. Para SSe.. Child 3Aa. HOORLinifTH. wttk Paaatol g" Taaa.. Wad.. Prl. aad Rad. K*a. RtSO CalaaMa Laka Bid*. Raa, Bra. R.JMJ. B» Hauer* ptaM. HSSsfcTDsak TU ti*M I, nfii mi | irr *“ J $125 ale m ► # DAY TRI PS TO CLEVELAND DR. WARSAW DEAD. | COLDWATEB. MlclL, Aug. *3—o*J Leon A. Warsaw, prominent Odd Fei l 1 and former health officer is dead, aged 6S. He was an accomplished linguist, speaking seven language*. He obtained a degree In Moscow uni versity. Chilaren Burn In Playhouse. LINCOLN, Neb., Aug. f|.—lire, which destroyed a "playhouse,” w hich they were sleeping early today, killed Herman Sapson, IS, end his brother, Max. aged 1. Canadian Dies on Train. CHICAGO. Aug. g|.—Thomas 8. Sttmson. 45. s contractor, of Welling ton. Out., died today on a Grand Trunk train entering Chicago. Death was caused by heart failure. Iron Beds, $5.95 (Exactly Ilka cut) Finished In white enamel, with fold husks, solid Iron bar spindles; can be washed with out affecting luster; a regular 110.50 value. ' I Ilf Tyw r*i nfitiilii/nl u f I 1 CARRIGK — Zzi&SZ The Dons telle Company la Varaal Zaagwiii's Dramatic Naattr “THE MELTING POT” TEMPI P-.ovAi.rrv. ■.» ■*? » Ml* l AIIDHVILIi) /Taro Show* Dally at 3:‘ll an* I 16) WILFRED CLARKE & COMPANY Law—BENARO & BAILEY —Rav Rc>-bal4n A Uoaegaai U'arraa dk Kerfs* Tfcc UaKdoaat Spiasall Bros. dk O.) H ai ■»»••.! Vlttarla dk Oaatgaflyi Maamafayr Motion Views. DETROIT Taalght at • v»IIVV/|| Mats today dk Sat at 3 Ceo. Evens* Minstrels HORSY BOY «»—CORKERS—M Prlrcst Mat., »e-« 1. Era.. Aa-IIAt V WKXT WKEK—Tke Mara! <4da. 7 NEXT WEEK \ Aether Hammeratela Fra scad* a Xadvra Draaaa Kutltled The Moral Code With a Company at Ratable Player*. A Prodeetleu at lauaunl Magaltadt. Scat Sale ToimtrrßW. LYCEUM mhiht Mat .Toddy Frederick Thompaoa's Big Speetaele POI.LY OF THE CIRCUS A Powerful Heart Story, Dealing With Life la the Big Teat*. WE AT—Bartley CampbelPs White Slara Efi Matlaee Taday at Sito. loot) Sects Ida. ENGAGEMENT EXTBAORDINAHV OEMNARO The Eeeeatrle Headmaster. Asd Ills Faiui-u* Veaetlas Goadullera* Dmii<t, SO Tslested Masletss* Is a Sgthe taralar Carnival. T—OTHER BIG ACTS —T AV/Pkll JPThe Horn* MATIWBS AA VE. IT *r of nurleaque. D AILY Kentucky Belles KXI B A—LA BELLE HELEWB—EXTRA Went week—Miser** Bohemia a*. HELLO, PAP! THEBE S A TOW OP FIN AT RIVER VIEW PARK Supreme far Summertime Pea. BATHIWG —-No waiting. Par fact bottom. Snnltary equipment. VAI UKVII.I.R—Pine bill free After noon at 3:30; evening at X RIDES—Joy Wheal. Frolic, ate., hr.sst in ths World. Detroit Ti’lst Aug. 26-26 Great* Sells-Floto =Circus= Pioneer of Poiulir Price* t t tb* Big Show tor a Sosg 25 Cents Page Three WEST SIDE 147-155 MICHIGAN AfE COR. IST.