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DETROIT OAK BELTING CO.,
CLOSED DOWN TWO MONTHS,
RESUMES WITH FULL FORCE
Frank H. Croul, President,
Shares Business Optimism
to He Found Everywhere
In Detroit
BIG MOTOR COMPANIES
GET READY FOR AC TION
Sudden Boom In Industrial Field
Noted By Hoard of Com
merce Officials
ANOTHER VIEW OF IT.
The Detroit Oak Belting Cos. re
opens after uemy closed two
months
Dodge brothes incorporate a
new $5,000,000 company tor the
manufacture of automcu.lec.
The Denby Motor Truck Cos., a
promising new corporation, be
gins operations.
, Frank H. Qroul, president of
the Detroit Belting Cos., says the
country coulun t dodge prosperity
it it wanted to; that improvement
in belting business shows reopen,
iny of m.inufacturmg plants.
William B. Wreford, Board of
Commerce industrial commission,
tells how Detroit has helped tide
other cities over depression.
Record calls for men come to
the Detroit Employers’ associa
tion.
Coincident with the ann >iin' , em* , nt
from Washington that business in
teiests all o\ er the country have
fchJfted their attitude on tin presi
dent's program of industrial reform
from one «»f hostility to tai if 01 ac
t' v e (‘uoppi ai ion a m , t»• >n o
be t> pitl*-and in the Thursday noon eon
ferrnce* between Ptesident Wilson
and Henry Ford of Detroit the busi
ness situation in Detroit has shown a
marked improvement and increased
activity in many lines. New firms
have been < rganizod and old ones
have started running again after be
(iny shut down for the dull period of
the last few months
The Detroit Oak Melting company,
which has been cloned down about
two months, reopened its plant, Mon
day, running practically at full capac.
ity. The Denby Motor Truck Cos.. a
new organization with an Imposing
array of experienced automobile men
for if* corps of managing officials
has opened ofh> or in the Dime Bank
building and a plant on Dubois and
Franklin-sts The Dodge brothers
hfl*’e incorporated a v $5,000,000
company for the purpose of manu
factoring motor cars and parts, thus
showing their belief in the coming
prosperity of the automobile busi
ness
"We look at thi* question solelv
from a business standpoint.** said
Frank H. Croul president of the pe
troit Oal: Belting Cos. to The Times
Wednesday. "In the month* of
March. April and May, our business
was poorer than it lias been for
years, but the improvement in June
wa* so marked we have taken the
bull by the horns and started up
again with practically a full force
* "This Improvement. w-e believe,
may be tHken as an indication of con
ditions in manufacturing industries
generally for men are not going to
buy belting to look at It costs too
much money. The large amounts
that ninnufai Hirers are buying means
that they are increasing or planning
tc Increase their output of products.
"Legislation and political activity
of course may have their effect on
prosperity particularly on the confi
dence of business men. but in the
last analysis good business depends
•on good crops. I do not say that
renditions hate yet arrived at the
normal, but they are approiching it
With the evidence-s of improvement
that have come to me from our own
trade before nu and a promising out
look for bumper crops, I do not see
how the country would dodge pros
perity if it wanted to.”
A similar characterization of the
Detroit financial situation was ex
pressed by William B. Wreford. in
dustrial commissioner of the Board
of Commerce Wednesday.
• "We have been surprised to find
picking up pivf now at the opening
of the usually dull summer season."
he said We were expecting such a
recovery to come in September, but
usually in the months of July and
August Detroit becomes chiefly a sort
of summer resort city Times are
quiet and many prominent business
'men take the opportunity to get away
for a vacation This year they an* on
the job and the difference Is notice
able.
"There Is no stringency in the De
troit monev market. The banks have
plerty of funds and are ready to lend
money on the proper security of any
going concern Not more than 30
days ago, a Chicago man came to us
Wonderful Treatment for
Corns, Callouses and
Sore Feet
The nanK'iiK in lt.itlon from foot tor*
.lire rHti.-en of nervous break
<b>w ns. Boililc*. there )s the pain. the
Iki UK' l r<! far* nml peevish disposition.
I »oti t whxli an hour, here is a treat*
ment that will cure your
feet quickly. No matter
how many patent medicines
\ ou have tried In vain, this
treatin'tit. well known to
best foot doctors, will *ive
prompt results "IMssolve
two tablespoon ft) I* of Cal*
oeltje rpmpound In a i>asln
of truitn water Hunk the
f* et In t Ids for full 1R min.
utes. uonilv ruhhlna the
v orr parts '' The effects are
marvelous All pntn Roes
lnstantlx and the feet feel
• Imps delightful Corns
snd fallousev. run he p.-eler| rlsht off.
bunions .ij tilt '.#»■ t. sw. it\ smelllnji
Yeat *et tmm> dint* relief ” Y*se this a
w eek and you* i t tmuble* will he a
tnlw* of the -p—.t' •'*r , ;i7m , »Pv tvrtbks
through The in \. i«*<\!,av.;« the
♦ rausr \hv .i i«t has'lt In stnek or
• will qulckfv .• tlf \ ?{,, p*rkai<e »„
sjld t»» he ffinmifi to rur>i the worst
i< et f*aloe| »e rs I’Hiourul prepared onlv
*i \ Med P H I' ri uia (' P.t* tb»r th*o
tirentesf Known |oef Itriliedy.
Cal-o-cide
Immediate Relief for t orna. ta I
- Rnaloaa, telling Feet, tweatj
Feet,
for help in getting a loan of $30,000.
He got it fromi a Detroit bank. The
easiness of money here lias cause'*
Lo loosen up ip other places, espe
cially Chicago, and indirectly in Cin
olrnati, St. Louis and other cities de
pendent on Chicago to some extent.
"Only a couple of days ago. we had
a letter from a Chicago Ann asking
us to notify real estare men that the
Arm wan ready to make loans of $26.-
000 or $30,000 on Detroit real estate.
We did as they asked, but it is not
likely that they will place any mon
ey because it chii readily be obtained
here."
John J. Whirl, secretary- of the De
t;oii Employers’ association, assert
ed .Wednesday that more calls for
m-n came to his office Monday and
Tuesday; of tills week than on any
other two deys for several months.
"That, however,” said Mr. Whirl,
"may not necessarily mean a general
improvement of conditions It is too
early yet to tell, it may have been
lie- merely to the fact that the office
and most industrial plants were
dosed for two days duriue the Fourth
mid Sunday. Iri another week we
will lie aide to tell more deAnitely
what the general trend is."
The Denby Motor Truck company
[lias be.-n organized on the basis of
| contracts which will involve the pro
duction of 500 cars the first year of
operation. It is expectad that the
output soon will bp doubled.
Tlie truck will lie one of medium
size carrying from 1.500 to 2,0<>0
pounds
Garvin Denby, president of the new
concern, formerly was secretary and
treasurer or the Federal Motor Truck
Cos J. Walker Drake, vice-president,
is president of the Hupp Motor Car
Cos Arthur Webster, secretary, is a
member of the law firm of May, Den
by and Welr.ster Edwin Denby,
treasurer, is a former vice-president
of the Fedeial. Motor Truck company
and treasurer of the Hupp Motor Car
Cos The heads of the different engi
neering and Sales departments are
men who have had prominent posi
tions with other similar concerns.
The particulars regarding the new-
Dodge incorporation have not been
made public. Practically all of the
stock in it la held by John F and Hop
ace E Dodge The incorporation pa
pers state that the purpose of the
Ann is to manufacture motor cars and
part?, hut no details are given about
the proposed car
BUMPER CROWDS
GREETING OSBORN
Former Governor Gets Enthu
siastic Reception on Tour
of State
i ______________
LANSING, Mich., July B.—(Spe
cial.) —Former Gov. Chase fe. Osborn
is receiving an ovation on bis tour
of the counties ot the upper penin
sula. Such crowds have never turned
out before to listeu to a candidate.
The following dispatch received at
the Osborn headquarters from the
Marquette campaign committee shows
the attitude of the people;
Marquette, July 7, 1914.
Thousands greeted former Gov.
Chase S. Osborn on his tour of
Marquette county today. Judging
from crowds that turned out to
heard him speak, and the enthusi
asm with which his candidacy
bus been received, Osborn will
carry the distrß t by the largest
vote ever given a candidate at
any time, or for any office.
Osborn will arrive ir. Detroit next
| Monday, and will spend a week cam
paigning in town and in the vicinity.
Michigan News Notes
JACKSON, Mich.—Miss Jennie
Shierse. of Grand Rapids, is fipld
here on a charge of larceny of SIOO
certificate of deposit, and $2.26 cash
from Howard Stephens, of Jackson,
and has confessed her guilt, the po
lice say.
TRAVERSE < 'ITY Mrs. Frank
Herman, 50, living on a farm near
Solon, died last night of parts green
poisoning. She took the drug durim
a fit of despondency. Highly respect
ed. Family lived here about 10 year.
KALAMAZOO — All tlie vay from
Europe pretty 19-year old Aglala Kar
dara came to wed Evans J. Johnson,
a Kalamazoo resident. The two were
lovers in the old world before John
son camp to America two years an
to mike a home for the girl across
the sea.
KALAMAZOO — Claiming that he
lost hi* memory. Minor Wilcox do
clamd that he ‘should not he held re
sponsible for his discovery In a ques
tlonalile place h\ the police. Wilcox
told Jndi;e 0. H FaHn* that he had
been unable to remember anything
that he did or control his actions and
lie thought for that reason he should
eacape without a fine. He was noak
ed S2O.
LINCOLN MOTOR HEAD
CMARGBD with ASSAULT
Irwin D. Rocap. of No. 1447 Fif
te* nth Ht ~ production manager for- the
Lincoln Motor Car Cos., swore out a
warrant before .lustier Gainey, Wed
neaday morning. charging H |t
VlacKave president and general man
agor of the company, with offices at
.No ISO? Dime bank building, with as
• • ault and battery.
Rocap fa badly swollen
• left cheek and eye. and said that the
president had take' • , .
him. when Informed that Rocap tnr<«..
to take legal steps to collect solar',
and expenses h« Halms are due
him for a trip throurh the Ytaa' with
: one* of the cemnanv's cars, on a dem
ons»ratlor tour •
The rare will be heard Thursday

tln*|n»M.t||ir l*rlnllng No fill* and
The plalr ni>;U kind that
looks rlsht. Times l’rl«a« t O#,. 1J
John ntione Main 1498.
THE DETROIT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1911.
FEARED 8 MEN
OF STEFFANSSEN
PARTY ARE LOST
Rescuers Unable to Rick l'p
Trail of Squad Which Left
Camp In Arctic
( ART. BARTLETT AND
CREW BADLY FROZEN
Some May Suffer Amputations
of Hands or Feet As Result
of Experiences
OTTAWA. Out., July 8. That at
least eight men of Stefanssen s Ca
nadian Arctic expedition left the
steamer Karluk party utter the boat
sunk in the Arc tic, and have not been
heard from since, * a -> tlw- iouoi.i re
reived today Irotn Capi. Bartlett via
Nome. Alaska, to Deputy Minister
Desbarets, of tli*-* maritime depart
ment Fears are expressed that they
perished.
The missing men are some of the
most Important in the Stefanssen ex
pedition. including First Officer Alex
ander Anderson, of Flfeahire. Scot
land; Second Officer Charles Bart
lett. of Victoria. H C.; two sea
men from Victoria; Henry Botacbat.
ant hropologist, of Laris, France; Dr.
Allister Forbes McKay, surgeon of
the expedition, of Edinburgh, Scot
land; Lewis Murray, ot Foxfleld,
Hants, England, and two British sall
. ors.
Capt Bartlett himself, with rescuing
party, struggled over ire and water
for three weeks to trace the party.
They came across traces of caribou,
apparently- shot for food, but they
lost track of the trail at a point near
tlie Siberian coast where an ice nar
iler has apparently broken away from
the land
Bartlett and several of his party
are suffering severely from frozen
hands and feet. Some of them may
suffer amputations.
SENATE FOR BOB;
HOUSE CHARLIE’S
(>KK and Culver Mediate and
Head In Opposite
Directions
"Hob" Qgg and Charlie Culver held
an A B C conference the other day.
\nd they didn't go to Niagara
either.
Held it right here in town.
It was this way;
"Bob" wanted to go to the Michigan
senate from the fourth district. That's
lone of Bob's habits. Charlie also
, wanted to go. He's try ing to get the
habit.
So "Bob' and Charlie could see
where someone had n rear-end col
lision coming if both stayed on the
same track. So they secured a rail
road map covering the territory be
tween here and Lansing, and began
to figure on grades and switches.
"Bob" explained to Charlie that
there were a number of bumps that
might bother a heavy man. Charlie
looked in the glass and got the drift.
Then "Bob” explained that the legis
lative switch was open to all, and that
with a fair jmsh the going would be
easy.
That sounded good to Charlie.
"Bob" is now smiling like the cat
that ate the canary, and Charlie is
smiling like a solon.
fishermanTs”
VICTIM OF SHARK
NETW ORLEANS. I -a. July 8— Ben
sento Lopez is dying here today from
injuries received in a battle with a
14-foot shark and three little ones
which he caught in a ent Lopez
climbed into the net to make his
h Mil before seeing the big one. which
lilt off both his legs.
Fellow fishermen rescued him and
captured all the sharks
n* o n i
Dime Savings Bank
CRISWiCLD STREET VCOPTORT '
1 ——i— ■—————— ■»'
RESOURCES
Real Estate Mortgaes and Ronds . .T $ 8,141.269 75
Collateral Loans 2,115,600 72
Other Loans and Discounts 3,956,269 71
Banking Houses and Fixtures, including Safety Deposits Vaults 338,664 54
Other Real Estate None
TOTAL CASH RESERVE 5.419.384 77
$20,251,189 49
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Paid in 8 1.000,000 00
Surplus 600.000 00
Undivided Profit!.. 249,550 83
Commercial Deposits • 8,r»., 1,788
Savings Deposits.. - 9. < 19,849 91
$20,251,189 19
OFFICERS
WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE, President F. F. TILLOTSON, A eat. CathTer
GEO. H. BARBOUR, Vloa Praaldent L. C. SHERWOOD. Aaat. Cashier . _
* CH«' * ** ’‘resident an** 1 K O S / 'ARNECF. * %•* - •
/ w*' *.) i ,*» *1) m \ y ' \ *
( * * ; V‘ / , 1 » \ H » . . * • *
,• /*.s ;/* # J
JOHN D. MORTON, Credit Manager JOHN C. BAnRON, Manager.of Branches
DIRECTORS
WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE BETHUNE DUFFIELD HUGH WALLACE
GEORGE H. BARBOUR MARSH ALL H. GODFREY R, H. FYFE
HENRY FORD A. C. STELLWAOEN R, H. WEBBER
JAMES B McKAY HORATIO N. HOVIY , CHAS H. WARREN
STOCKS STAND
IDLE IN FACE
OF BIG CROPS
Government’s Favorable Report
On t orn And W heat Fail To
Stimulate Trading
MARKET. VI CLOSING, IS
WEAKER THAN USUAL
Failure to Decide Railway Rate
Ca*»es And Decided Slump In
Union Racific Rlamed
(Copyright. 1014, »»> The X»v» T aril
KvrntuK Heat Ontpaa/)
NEW YORK. July- S Although
Washington dispatches indicates that
expectations of a railway rate deci
sion late this afternoon were likely
again to be disappointed, the day was
not by any means devoid of import
ant news. The governments month
ly crop report, published shortly be
fore the close of busim-tes, was one,
and in this the matter of paramount
interest was the estimate on corn.
The very extraordinary forecast
comes with old wheat in our farmers
hands, 3,200.000 bushels less than a
year ago. and with Europe’s own
crops such as to indicate necessity for
larger import of American wheat than
usual.
It is not surprising that. with such
a harvest prospect and with the win
ter w-heat already moving in great
quantity, the "idle car statement''
should show- reduction of 12.700 cars
in the country's side-tracked railway
equipment, during the second half of
tlie year. To all these news develop
ments of the day. however, the stock
exchange paid scant attention. Most
stocks merely stood idle and pome
went a fraction lower, and file mar
ket on the whole, was weaker In the
closing hour than it had been before.
This was partly a result of the quite
unexplained demoralization of prices
for t'nion Pacific stock and bonds.
That someone lias thrown over con
siderable block of these stocks cannot
be doubted.
FINE OCEAN TRIP
FOR WOUNDED COP
John Donovan May He Sent to
Kuasia At Expense
of State
Detective Lieut. John Donovan, who
Just left a cot in St. Mary's hospital
after recovering from the bullet fired
Into his breast by Lloyd Abbatoy.
youthful burglar, may have a fine
long ocean trip urSt. Petersburg, as
an aid to his Complete recovery of
his health and /strength. He was in
charge of the else Involving the theft
of Mrs Kate Father's $2,000 worth of
diamonds, on the night of the big raid
of the red light district by former
Prosecutor Shepherd.
David Orenrtetn, alias Count Von
Holler, alias Orendorff, was captured
m St. Petersburg while trying to dis
pose of the diamonds.' The treaty be
tween the two countries does not per
mit of his extradition, but he will be
tried in Russia, for the Detroit theft
He Ip a Russian subject.
The Fisher woman will probahly he
sent hh a witness, and there is every
prospect that Detective Donovam will
take the European trip at tho ex
pense of the state.
DAUGHTER ACCUSED RY
FATHER, FREED IN COURT
Ruth Randall, 18-vear-old girl
brought back from Chicago by her
father and charged by him with the
theft of SIOO from her mother, was
pa rob'd by Justice Stein, Wednesday,
and placed in charge of her mother.
Her father, who had taken her to po
lice headquarters and had her finger
prints and records taken, wns obdu
rate, and refused to allow her ever to
enter the house again. She had fled
to Chicago with a lover. Her mother
said she would take Ruth to the home
of a sister in the country. i
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
At the close of business June 30, 1914.
BLUE PLEADS
FOR PLACE OF
HONOR FOR GRAY
Daniel S. Soper Deplores Feel
ing Existing Still Against
Southern Fighters
HARDEST HIT. THEY’RE
WILLING TO FORGET
Relieves Much Good Would
Lome From Their Presence
At Reunion
Daniel S Soper. aged 73, wbo a* a
young man enlisted in tho Fourth
Michigan regiment of volunteer* when
the Civil war came on more than &0
years ago, speaking to The Time®,
Tuesday, deplored tit® opposition that
has been raised to usking confederate
veterans to take part In the national
Q. A K. reunion, which will be held
in Detroit In September. Soper’s
home now is in Chattanooga, Tenu v
where he has had. he says, abundant
opportunity to learn to kuow' the old
soldiers of the south.
“They are a One, generous set of
men,’’ he said. “They would give you
their last crumb. They are the ones
who should feel hitter If anyone, for
they lost their property and homes In
the war. Hut Instead of being vindic
tive or prejudiced, they show the best
of feeling for the meu of the north
they fought against. When the re
union of confederate veterans was
held In Chattanooga, last fall, it was
au Inspiring sight to see those old
nieu marching to the music of the
United States Military band from the
fort on Lookout mountain. They did
not hesitate to ask the old soldiers
of the Union to fraternize with them.
“And besides being a good thing
for the allaying of prejudices, the
presence of veteran wearers of the
gray wouldUo far to enhance the suc
cour of the reunion to be held in De
troit, for many persons here would
hike great interest In them because
they are so seldom seen this far
north."
Mr. Aoper Is In Michigan this sum
mer in connection w ith archaeological
investigation* In which ho Is inter
ested.
DROVE UP, GOT JOHN’S
WATCH AND DROVE ON
John Wiltshire, of No, 547 Commpn
wealtiwive., reported to the police,
Tuesday night., that he was held up
by two men who leaped from an old
automobile, and robbed him of a
watch, while he was walking along
Trunvhull-ttve., near Mttrrlck-ave.,
shortly before midnight. Detectives
are investigating
Alfred De Ix>os, of No 154 Ran
dolph-«t. t made a belated report of a
robbery, Tuesday. He declared thnt
on July 4, two men who were walk
ing ahead of hlin on Jefferson ave.,
near Plr6t-«t., suddenly stopped and
accused him of having picked up a
purse that one of thorn had dropped.
De !»os pulled out his own purm> to
show' that he was Hn honest man, and
one of the swindlers grabbed the
purse and ran. The purse contained
$25.
Job I’rfnflnn Don*- Might. Hair*
Printing f'n., 13 John R »t
ETRON BEST WILL
LIVE WITH GRANDMA
Detectve Philip RUensteln ha* sue
ceas fully arbitrated the trouble in
the Keen family, which led to a report
by Mra. O. E. Best, of No. 107 Butter
nut-sL, tliar her stepdaughter, Etron
Rest. 14 years old. and four oil paint
ings had been taken from the house
in a taxicab, by Mrs. Elvera Haagma.
of No. Jim Brush sf.. aunt of the girl.
Hie girl is to stay at the home of
her grandmother. In Sarnia, as she
was dissatisfied at home, and the
missing paintings are to be returned
<» Mrs Rest. She valued them par
ticularly. because her husband, who
i« dying of paralysis hi Grace hos
P a , painted them before he was
Stricken, three years ago
The Law Won’t Cure a Drunkard
Tbo only way a drinking' man can be cured of the
habit is to cure the cause—not the effeat Thirty
days in Jail can never remore the craving for alco
holic Intoxicant* nor restore the nervous system
to normal.
The Gatlin Institute at 881 Woodward Av®, CAN
—and DOES. The treatment requires only from
three to live days—and you are free from the habit.
Write or call for FREE CONSULTATION.
The Gatlin Institute
Phone Grand 3052. 881 Woodward Are.
Halftone and Engraving Talks
By WILLIAM BPRUNK
Do you want your Halftones and Etchings
made by the most modern machines and men
in the country?
Do you want them minutely man-tooled and
tested to perfection ?
Do you want them cut deep enough not to
clog in spots?
Do you want them with lines that print un
brokenly ?
Do you want to run in your catalog, booklet,
folder, newspaper space, Halftones and Etchings
that print, from first to last, in a uniformity
that is beautiful and expressive?
Do you want, In short, Plates that will reflect
their high character on you?
Sprunk Is the fastest engraver In Michigan
with a day and a night force that pre-guarantees
deliveries on the hour.
Yes, there are Plates,-and Plates, and Plates.
But then there aro Sprunk Plates.
Ont-of-town orders solicited.
The Sprunk Engraving Cos.
Journal Building,.Detroit
(Telephone Main 1191)
amusements
r ADDITU Mat*. Today and
uminiun Saturday, atW^VOo
The Bonstelle Company
lu W. J. l ockr'a t annual Itory
The MORALS of MARCUS
an playod by Mario Doro.
Mght* lifte and IHh*—Ferr Heal* 75«*
\MI Hn>k—“The Woman.”
■ Vprilll Kvm. in.3A-.‘Hk*i Krv» nt .V>«
Lll/tUlTl—llrat 'rat* lOe-lOr.
IIOI.DEN PLAYERS .
In KTraanr tom’a ....
arnaatlonnl Atory . , T ‘
Three Weeks’ 1
CADILLAC~ BURLESQUE
VnVlkbnv Opp. Hotel Cadillac
dally I. "mokr If you like.
CHOOCETA
with TOWN TALK
'un. >lal A \l«kt "Mined Pleklaa"
WAYNE HOTEL GARDENS
Foot Third A venue—Overlooking
llet roll Hlver.
timlth and Fleming—Alnaliia llao
sonic I>iln m Nf« In 4'abnret.
Miss .1K l > CA MPHKI.I.,
4 nnndn’a I'nvnrlte Soprnno.
'III. AI.FHKH 111 ».
the > m Harry l.nmlrr. Formerly of 4he
1\ Ultra, Canada'* tirmleat 4 oneerf Hand.
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Food Apeelaltle*—Service a In 4 arte.
I adlea AAlthont Earorfa Aot .Admitted
Kvenlma.
Ga yffy ' adlllae "n AM.
Hit I ■ A Hole* At. \\ ELK
I. AHIKft to MAT". lOe. f| Atata.
SINGER’S BURLESQUE ' "Ait*
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!s:3s THALMA Ssc
>nt AAeek—*• Another *nrprtae.’*
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Alliance for the Public Good
BURGLAR VISITS HOME;
DOESN’T TAKE A THING
Hiram 8. Barber, contractor, has
a*»k**d the police to try and And out
why a burglar broke a window in his
home. No. 179, Heaufalt ave., Sunday
night, strolled all through the hous®,
searched it thoroughly, and then left,
without taking a thing, though there
was valuable silverware and jewelry
at his mercy. The family being away.
Pertlllon Operator Charles Car
niody taken Anger prints from
the strange "Job" and will keep them
for reference in case the mystery is
solved. — -■ ■
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CAST O R I A
AMUSEMENTS,
D BRING THE CHILDREN
S KeLLERMAN £*
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Sunday Afternoon and liwUf
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CREATOR IT
and His BAND
Frleeai ine-’tWvR, Meat aalt Thmraday.
Bwo ai iti'akk daily
ARTHUR McWATERS
and GRACE TYSON
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Cooper i tJrubrr'a inlmala) Otor.
aettei The lirnaerai \4 ooda-AA node
Trio 4 IT»e Peerai Moorwoaeopo.
ajll |A C ft AHtiAAA DAILY.
|VIH .P..Ta»n >IM MATft. lias.
* 1.000 ftKATft lOe.
LILY IRVINE
44 »rld*a 4.reateat Atlatreaa.
DMA 111 KH4II tills— Helloed 'lagltg
and llaarlng
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THE WHITE SLAVE TRADER
I'rteoa lOe, JOe, 34M-. Fear We.
44 eekday Atnta. tile aad Ittr.
Mata, 'tin., lues.. I’hnra., Sat.
Ae»| Week—Motion IMctnrea of "THE
RASP AIR WITH QATAR
Iliialaeaa.tike Printing. No fu:j end
Ino feather*. The plain neat kind that
! looks right. Tlmea Printing Cos., 14
I John R -*t Thone Main 1411
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