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WILSOK'S NOMINiTIOH 1 MEJkNSJULE Os BOSS .IS | OVER, SAYS S, If. WORLD iWill go Into Off ice Owing Favors to Nobody Except the American People |N. Y. TIMES PRAISES HIM , American Calls Bryan a Dema gogue, but Will Support the Ticket ?4EW YORK. July 3 —Commenting on Wilson's nomiuatlou, Hit* New York Times today said: “The Democratic party in the nom ination of Wilson is reborn. It will be re-organized, it will become ef ficient. it will have once more the Confidence of the people. 'I he nom ination of Gov. Wilson will unite the ' party. It invites, we may almost say Sltcommends. the return of prosperity. It reduces Mr. Roosevelt's bolt to the proportions of a Republican quarrel. s The World: “He will be the first president of the United States In a generation to go into office owing favors to nobody except the American people and under obligations to noth- Jng except the genera) welfare —(Jov. - Wilson s nomination means the rule of the boss is over.” Hearst's American: “The New York 'American will support the nominee. • • • Whoever else may rise or Iffcll In the fortunes of the last con vention of the Democratic party, \\. >J. Bryan comes out of it stained for jever and stamped by his hypocrisy and bis hates as a fraud and dem tips StO U-t?lin tc> #i XJ jgo n||; mrJiilßWfe i fcVSjMpy» i r^^wk '• I \. r / \ JJ ■ Hj' ■oi® 2. |\ r* 1 'vjs y\ ? ~*-N Jfij yjllp i'Z UKI v - - . : - '~ y & J yL ” v -v^— \ agogue, false In language, false in pro f•salon and fa*se In friendship as to Mtftr" The Trfbuns: “The victory of the radical element at Baltimore will be a killing frost to the hopes of the projectors of the new third party. • • • It was even a gi eater triumph for Mr. Bryan than It was (or Mr. Wilson.” The Herald? “Hats off to the gov ernor. He may not know It but he Is on his way.’ and that way is the way lof a radical of the radicals.” The Press: “If .Mr. Roosevelt makes an aggressive campaign as a candi date cm a third ticket, Mr. Wilson ! naturally would have a better chancy ito hold progressive Democrats from I going to the colonel than any other | man who was prominent in the can vass before the Baltimore convention • • • To Wilson the opposing par ty has lent, for this campaign, the most powerful suit of armor he could wear. It Is Republican factionalism If there is one shot that can be pene trated behind tnat borrowed coat of 1 mall. It is the tariff flesh of the Demo cratic candidates.” The Sun: “The triangle Is now com plete. unless Oyster Bay retreats • • • Meanwhile whatever' course Col. Roosevelt may prefer under the I circumstances, the Baltimore conven tion has named the most dangerous Democratic competitor the Republican ticket could confront and has put him cn a platform broad enough to war rant on extremely radical construc tion. By so doing It has thrust on the Hon. William Howard Taft the un divided honor of representing in the campaign of 1912 the saner Ideas of progress under the constitution and institutions we have.** Chicago Record-Herald. The extraordinary Democratic dead lock was relieved by th » wish and un relflsh withdrawal of Messrs. Under wood and Foss and the release of the Clark delegates. The forty-sixth bal lot resulted in the nomination of Woodrow Wilson hv a tremendous majority, to which, by the way, N**w York did not contribute. Thus after Suburban City Subdivision SECURE ORE OF THE MOST VALUABLE HOME SITES IN OR NEAR DETROIT You Men of Moderate Means You Want Homes for Your Families CONVENIENT TO YOUR WORK—AWAY FROM THE DUST, DIRT AND GRIME OF THE CITY, YET WITH ALL ITS CONVENIENCES AND PLEASURES AND INSIDE THE EIGHT-MILE LIMIT. j _ Suburban City Is Planned For a Bungalow City A CITY OF BEAUTIFUL HOMES—FRESH AIR—CLEAN, HEALTHFUL PLEASURES—CANOEING, MOTOR BOATING, FISHING, ALL OUTDOOR SPORTS AWAITING YOU AT THE END OF YOUR DAY S WORK. PLENTY OF GROUND ON EVERY LOT FOR LITTLE FAMILY GARDENS. DETROIT CITY WATER, CEMENT SIDEWALKS, PAVEMENTS, ELETRIC LIGHTS AND SEWERS—GOOD SCHOOLS—GOOD STORES. ■THE DETROIT TIMES: - JULY 1912. a struggle for which few parallels can be found even in the history ot the Democratic party, the problem was solved in the best possible way. The strongest of the progressive can didates was nominated, and the logic of the whole political situation, as not wholly Democrat, but Republican and Independent obaervers saw It, was followed. St. Louis Republic. Woodrow Wilson, lawyer, scholar, historian, executive, has been nonv mated bv the Democracy for the pres idtncy. This Is a day of new tasks and new leaders. The record of Gov Wilson In the executive chair at Trtn toti has been a Just source of pride to every Democrat. He has been firm on issues of principle and wise in matters of policy. His achievements belong to us ail. He D a man of out standing intellect and of spotltsa character. While Woodrow Wilson Is the beneficiary of the wrong done Champ Clark, the Republic doubts not that he is the innocent beneficiary. Boston Globe. Woodrow Wilson fits the era. N’n better choice could have boon made. He was the logical selection. Ills opinions are well known, his qualifica tions are explicit, his character is un assailable and his achievements as warrant his promotion to the of fice of president of the United States. With Gov. Wilson In the field, the Roosevelt third party movement can not he very formidable In the com ing election. Denver Nev.s. Xo honest Democrat may quarrel with the nomination of Woodrow Wilson, for not only is he expressive of those ideas and ideals that Jeffer son imposed upon the nation In its plastic period, b’lt by every principal action of his public career he has prov. and himself alive and sympathetic to those fundamental problems that have ground out of economic, soofnl and Industrial * hanges and on the so lutior. of which so largely hang tlm ATTEND THE OPENING SALE permanency of our Democratic Insti tutions and the happiness of the people. Louisville Courier-Journal. It would be Idle for the Courier- Journal to deny that It la disappoint ed by the result obtained at Balti more and hypocrisy to affect anything other than distrust. Perhaps here, ug iu other dilemmas, the leust said tne soonest mended. Touching the nomi nee, we have nothing to add to or si/btract from what already has a|>* peared in these columns. If the issui were purely personal the matter wore easily disposed of. nut there are con siderations far beyond either like or dislike of individual candidates. in a contest between three tickets head ed respectively by Taft. Roosevelt and the Devil, the Courier Journal, be ing n daily newspaper and unuble t.» take to the woods, would perforce be obliged to support His Satanic Ms jesty. The Courier-Journal approves nt least the platform and will suj port the ticket. Baltimore Sun. To those of us who have been struggling these many years not only for decency and honesty In politics, but for something beyond that —for knowledge anil an Intimate sense of the needs of the people: for enlight enment upon great public questions; for high intelligence in public office 1 for the economistls view of public questions. as contrasted with that of the politician* —the nows that Wood -1 row Wilson has jbeen nominated for the presidency, setems almost too good to he true. Cleveland Plain-Dealer. Democracy putp forward Its strong est candidate for the presidency In Woodrow Wilson. of New Jersey. By thljr nomination Democracy appeals to *he progress ve sentiment of all parties. It mak ea possible for the first time since'the ri.e of the pro gressive movement a definite align ; ment between ijrogresaives and eon | servativea, usinfc each term in its general significance. Moreover, It ro movea the last lingering excuse for the organisation of the Roosevelt third party. It should put an end to the personal strivings of the former president. Milwaukee Free Preae. It was a Bryan convention. The campaign will not be fought upon the platform which the convention wIU adopt, the personal factor will over shadow all else lu the Democratic bid for \ote* Mr Dryao will be the Issue In the presidential campaign Just ns he was the controlling factor In Uie Democratic convention. Pittsburgh Post. Woodrow Wilson will be accepted by every state in the union as the wisest and best choice that could pos sibly nave been made. His nomina tion came as the result of a steady and progressive growth that continued from the beginning of the struggle. Kansas City Post. The nomination of Mr. Wilson on the platform prepared by Mr. W. J. Bryan ought to satisfy the progres sives throughout the country, and dismiss the fear of a third party head ed by Roosevelt. It is a pity that with the abundance of presidential material there should be such a bit ter struggle, and w hile , Mr. Clark s friends are no doub* sorry to see hint lose the nomination, there is Hu * doubt that Mr. Wilson will have the loyal support of all Democrats, WHAT MAKES A PERSON HAPPY? Pleasant surroundings and congenial company Get your friends together and take in the matinee trip on steamer City of Detroit 111 Fourth of July, 1130 p. m. to 4 p- m. Tickets. SI.OO. On sale at D. & C. ticket offices. Be Independent Os Your Landlord Commemorate Independence Day, JULY 4th TAKE WYANDOTTE & TRENTON TROLLEY-CET OFF AT Mill ST. Clean faclories-No Coal Smoke-- But Plenty of Clean Electric Power TRANSPORATION UNEXCELLED. THE LOCAL ELECTRIC LINES, WYANDOTTE & TRENTON AND THE TOLEDO SHORT LINE, REACH THE PROPERTY, CLOSE ENOUGH TO DETROIT RIVER TO REACH ALL GREAT LAKE AND FOREIGN PORTS, TOGETHER WITH ALL RAILROADS COMING INTO DETROIT FROM THE SOUTH, WILL MAKE SHIPPING FACILITIES THE FINEST IN THE STATE. INDUCEMENTS TO ENTERPRISES WISHING AN IDEAL LOCATION FAR-SEEING MANUFACTURERS ARE LOOKING INTO THE INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS AND FACTS OF SUBURBAN CITY. ALREADY TWO VERY IMPORTANT CONCERNS LONG ESTABLISHED IN OTHER CITIES HAVE SELECTED THIS FOR A LOCATION WHICH THEY WILL OCCUPY AS SOON AS THEIR PLANS FOR MOVING HERE CAN BE COMPLETED. FOR OBVIOUS REASONS IT IS NOT NOW ADVISABLE TO GIVE FULL DETAILS, BUT WHEN LO CATED HERE, THESE PLANTS WILL GIVE EMPLOYMENT TO SEVERAL HUNDRED HIGH-GRADE MECHANICS ASIDE FROM THOSE REQUIRED BY THE SUBURBAN MO TOR CAR COMPANY. NOW 13 PK.CES ™>M *150" *650 Selection per lot Do not delay till it is too late. they are selling Salesmen at the Office and on the * LdSy r dyrnCniS rapidly Grounds. SUBURBAN CITY CO. sixth floor niTTBfMT WHITNEY BUILDING MJK* 1 *VV/I 1 CLOSING 01SEVEHTH-ST. - DELAYED S) COUNCIL Aid. Glinnan Seeks to Impose Conditions on Wabash Before Final Action is Taken The closing of Seventh-st., south of Fort-st., was delayed by the council, Tuesday night, when Aid. Glinnan offered a resolution imposing on the Wabash railroad as & condition of the closing of the street that the io.nl waive Its right to escape contributing to the expense when the city opens Ufiysttvblvd. across the Wabash tracks in the Eighteenth ward. The resolution went to committee. Two reports on closing the street were sent to the council. Aid. Joliu Thomp son being the ouly signer of the minority report, while all the other members of the committee signed the majority report. Inasmuch as the committee was uncertain as to the acceptance of the terms of the Glln nan resolution the entire matter wus laid over for another week. Another hearing In committee may be given representatives of the Wabash. The council adopted the resolution introduced by Aid. John C. Garvey, asking the committee on public util ities to consider the advisability and legality of establishing a municipal Ice plant. The resolution was referre ! to the committee. Corporation Coun tel Lawson gave an informal opinion to a number of the aldermen In the council meeting that the city does not now possess the legal authority to establish a munU-lpul ice plant. The resolution was drawn up In the cor poration counsel's office at the re quest of Mr. Garvey and one of its provisions Is that the corporation counsel investigate the legality of the proposition. Chairman Glinnan. of the committee on ways and means. Introduced a reso- lutlon to appropriate SI,OOO from th# House of Correction fund to permit the Board of Health to begin a patgn of publicity against the houae* fly. Health Officer Kiefer had naked for $2,000. Aid. Uttlefleld an<T Wat eon objected to the expenditure of the money and the reaolutlon waa laid on the table for a week. The council confirmed the appoint ment of Norbert V* Andrlea aa city accountant. Aid. Lynch nominated Frank J. Al debrandt at a member of the city gaa comnilaalon to aucceed Henry Guthard, resigned. The council con firmed the appointment. Aid, Lynch lntroducea a reaolutlon which waa adopted, notifying the De troit City Gaa Cos. that In the future it will he required to repair eldewalka destroyed In Installing gas connec tions. The I). P. W., now does the work, but Lynch anys the department fails to charge for time taken by the men in going from one Job to another, thereby spending twice aa much aa It receives in return for doing the work. Each of three manufacturers of vot ing machines was given permission to install three machines for a test In the election, Nov. B. , The council passed the ordinance providing for better sanitation in lodging houses. Aid. Tossy Introduced an ordinance forbidding the establishment of Junk shops in the territory bounded by St. Aubln-ave., Dubols-st., Mack-ave., and St. Joseph-st. llis plan is to put other sections of the city in the ordinance, eventually, restricting the Junk shops i to certain districts. An effort was made to pass such an ordinance about four years ago but failed. Acting Mayor Grindley requested the council to make an appropriation to erect an ornamental arch over Woodward-ave.. during the week of the state fair. The matter was re fered to committee. Keepluix About! ot rbe Gun*. Thi many friends of Mrs. Joseph Flanagan of No 4816 North Paullna'-st. will to pleased to know that she is convalescing m a very satisfactory manner from her next Illness—listens wood (O.) Gasette.