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SIXTEENTH YEAR. NO. 187.
Executions of Sinn Feiners Continual CABINET HOPEFUL ON REPLfI JBM FOUR MORE SINN FEIR REBELS FACE FIRING SQUAD; FIFTEEN OTHERS LET OFF WITH 10 TEARS IN PRISON Plunkett, Daly, O’Han nahan and William Pearse Shot PROCLAMATION SIGNED BY ALL Seven of Dublin Rebels Have Now Been Put to Death DUBLIN. May 5 Four mop* Iri -h leader* of last week's rebellion have been convicted and shot, it was offi dally announced today. They were. Joseph Plunkett, one of the ts.cn who alined ,th» proclamation, tabllshlno; an Irish republic. Fifteen were let off wi'h prison terms. Edward Italy. V.ichael O'Hanna ban and Will.am Peer;.* Seven rebel Raders have now paid the death pennltv for the part they played In the rebellion lleelde Plankett three others of the seven signer* of the republican pro. luma tion—Patrick !’♦ arse, president of the reptiMlc; Thoma* J ClHrkr, in whose tobacco simp the plan l * Her laid, and Tbonwta Ma«TV>na..h h.ivt been executed. James Connolly, another .-igner, who commanded tite “Irish army. Hes In prison m verely wound' and. The I." whosi death * nt«.nee wa commuted lo 111 years wen* Thoni.r Walsh, Fit.lan Lynch, Thoni.i • Bevau. John Williams, .1 .1 It. id, Michael Mervin. l> nni ; n't a I.t han. Patrick Sweeney, Patrick Mc.V-sirv. William loh in. Pet* r v'lancy. <*rorge livln, James Mctilinn. .1 J. Walsh and John Duherty Irancls Fuliev and Richard Davis were sentenced to in years each and John to eight years lrn prlsonment. Wife Deserter Is Arretted. Walter Cnnn.e had the wander lag pro"ll\ltles of his namesake, Robin sot ■, leaving his wife. Myrtle C. CrtHoe, in Grand Rapids lie was arrested. Thursday night, by Deputies Pllaraki and Roberts, and taken bark to Grand Rapids by Deputy Sheriff Griswold. Crusoe waa employed by the Adams Ex press Cos. According to his wife's communication to Detroit author! tie*, he left her Jan. 5. If* lt;. laersfrs Balia, falter arrbr*. reran, caJlouaea. Kdw K. Moore, D. Op . foot ppaciallst, 220 Woodward. T*‘*tlm»n- EUs. 60c to U.—Adv. I ritstlsf—tlr plain aeal kind—that M rlfkt—Ttmr* Jnt* |»cp*.— Main I.V.'U. Praises Times For Standing By Its Principles at the Expense of Its Pocketbook umm- FRIO BRUCE HORN 2 ZEPPELINS SHOT DOWN BYALLY MED Thirty-one Lost By Teutons Since War Broke Out GERMANS ENTER FRENCH TRENCHES Paris Admits Loss of a Few Advanced Ver dun Positions ATHENS. May 5.—A Zeppelin wa* brought d;wn by ally force* near Salonika today. VIENNA. May s.—Austrian tor ped j beats engaged in a clash with an Italian squadron In the Adriatic, Wednesday, while ?n Austrian air squadron w.is bombarding the Italian city of Ravnna. i‘ was officially an nounced this afternoon. PARIS, May s.—German troops made a violent attack last night against French post* tion* north of Hill 304, the key stone of the French defense northwest of Verdun, the attack being preceded by violent artll lery firing. The Germans en tered French advanced, trenches at a few points, the war office announced, but elsewhere were repulsed. East of the Meuse and in the Woevre. intermittent bom. bardment occurred. South of the Somme the German attack failed. LONIXTN. May !*. —A Orman Zep pelin waa destroyed by a British cruiser off Schlcrwig yesterday, the • dmlriwry r.nnouccrd tnia afternoon. M on tinned on I’mr Two.) Os No Conaequence They nay the price of molasses In going up, hut nt* molasses can’t bn u-ed running automobiles, nobody la kicking atjpnt It. Prlatlna—Abe plain nrnt kind—that la H|kl —Time* Job Heel.—Wain IAN. In nn address before the con gregations of the Mack-ave. Kvangelical and llurns-nve. Methodist churches, Fred Bruce Horn, rlmplaln of the Detroit ramp of Gideons, praised The Tlinea*for Ha work In behalf of (he nntlcigarelto campaign Rnd urged his listeners to nuppnrt the paper Holding up a cartoon appear ing In a recent Issue of The Time*, allowing the lurid cigar ette advertising in some l>etrolt newspapers that la luring boya, Mr. Horn said: •'Thla l» a cartoon from The Times demonstrating its attitude toward the cigarette evil. Re fusing these advertisements means a big loss of revenue to the publisher, him! I believe that any paper that stands by Its principles at the expense of Its pocketbook should be supported by you people." DETROIT TIMES CARRANZA AGREES TD SGOTTPACT Regards Conference Program As Satisfac tory to Mexico WILSON ALSO GIVES APPROVAL Agreement Provides for Control of All Troop Movements MEXICO CITY May 5 Gen. Car ranra ban accepted the United States propose*s “in principle," as •he/ were outlined at the Seotl- Obregon conference, It wa» an nounced hy Carranza's secretary to day. The secretary further stated that the Srott-Obregon eonfereuce reached a "satisfartory solution re garding the presence of American troops in Chihuahua. Mcx." WASHINGTON, May 5.-MaJ. Gen. Hugh L. Scott, chief of staff of the American army, was /Uhnrs day Instructed by Secretary of War Baker to notify Gen. Alvaro Obre gon, the Carranza minister of war. that President Wilson entirely ap proved the tentative agreement drawn up at tin* border conferences. The president Thursday issued the following statement; *'! have examined with the sec retary ot war. the report made by Gen. Huvh L. Scott of the confer ence between bun and C»cn. Ohre fon. secretary of war of the repub lic of Mexico. "The repert includes a tentative agreement covering the future oper ations of both the American and Mexican military forces, and evi dences cordial co-operation between the two governments In their com mon purpose.” KASOFF GIRL TO RECEIVE S2OO Youth Implicated by Pretty Jewem To Make Set tlement A settlement of >2OO will be made on (Tussle Kasoff, the young Jewish girl who abandoned her new bom baby In an alley, by the father of the child, at the direction of the prosecutor's office. A bond was filed. Friday morning, in the probat? court office, by Miss Blanche J Hart, who was made guardian of the Kasoff girl by Prosecutor JnsnowskJ. The bond Is for S2OO and Is signed by Fred M. Butzel as surety. Miss Hart, who lives at No. 239 lllgh-st., and Is an officer of the As sociated Jewish charities, was made IcgHl guardian of the girl because of (lussle's claim that she is but 20 years old. The young man In l case Is 17. Farad* Halts Court. Court proceedings were Interrupt ed In the county building, Friday morning, when the Jurors flocked off to wMch th»> circus parade, rrtsttat-tb* plant a eat ktaS—(bat la rtflt—Tlati Jab Deaf— Mala 48M. FRIDAY, MAY :», 1916. Graduation of Sweet Sixteen Is More Cheerful Subject Than War ■■ ■ ' '’• iMIMMiIiSfM * r: 'r * '**' *■ ' V ‘ V '’' ■ ‘ ‘! ■NHguKjPff * j WBHm * wM '• * : ; JH K \i, i • ,? -1 \ , jjgMr j?- i sHHBHm V ' N jL mm 4' [ 1 wNHii B IK|B , s,\ wn.* • - wm Ir nH I 29H 1 .. EH ' / x %:- .?}■ ' .4 A- : * Mother, please forget the war for a little while —here's a much more Interesting subject. If you have racked your brains to distraction to de sign a dress for your Miss Sweet Sixteen when she stands on the platform with her high school graduating class in June, or if you can't make up your mind what to buy her here it is. This is made of net and organdie, the skirt having a double flounce effect. Then there is a crushed taffeta girdle and a cluster of daisies are notable details. l,et your Miss Sweet Sixteen wear something Ilk** this if you haven’t a fortune to spend on her. Then she will look as well as the daughter of the First National Bank. It nay be made for sr>. CAR VICTIM WAS DETROIT CHILD Boy Killed Near Birmingham Identified Ah Edward Miller, 456 Theodore-st. BIRMINGHAM, Mich., Muy !>. (Special.)- The boy killed Tuesday afternoon by a 1/. 1.7. Tt. interurban car Just south of Birmingham. has been identified as Kdward Mill* r aged eleht. son of Mr. and Mr- Stephen M'ller, No. 4*>o Theodore st„ Detroit. The boy had been missing frnr. home since Tuesday morning. when he stared to attend the Sacred Heart of Marv school. How he came to the vicinity of Birmingham, •s a niys'ery. The boy was walking between the tracks with his bnck to the on coming car when struck. The mo ♦ ornian was uhable to stop In tlnu to save him. The Millers, who are G* rm **-• Poles, "nd Imperfectly acquainted with Fr.gllsh, did not call In the police in the search for their son. Emblauler Paroled. Charles (). Neff, who admitted stealing $257.41? from the American Kxpress Cos., was paroled. Friday n.ornlng. by Judge Gllday, after he had promised to pay back the mon ey In monthly Installments. Young Neff Is under 21 years of age. He waa employed ns nn agent at the time of the embezzlement, which was committed a year ago In Van Buren county. WILL REFUSE TO RE-OPEN LIST Aldermen Say Only Court Or der Can Force Such Action On Saloon Licenses Aid. Sherman Utile field la willing that saloonkeepers who did not set license* on May 1 he hearings hi tore the committer on liquor regu Ir.tion, hut nothing short of n •'ourt order will move the council to re open the license list, ami Corpora tion Counsel Harry J. Dlngeman ft not at all fearful ihe court will such an order. “The people that *ant hearings can come before the committee n». any regular meeting, ami I guess they will get all the hearing they want,” said Aid. Littlefield. "We will not hold any special meetings to receive these petitions. The com mittee has finished Its work on the I'.d'DM list. Most of saloon keepers who did not get licenses were rep ri sented by attorneys previous to May 1, and I ace that the attorneys are still retained." The following saloonkeepers, de nied licenses, have filed petitions for a hearing: George Kirn, No. 1502 Woodward-ave.; Tony Hradtke, Sr.. No. 446 Frederick st.; Nikola Jurjcvin, No. 4-47 Klrbynve, east; Frank Cuncic, No. 1271 Hussell-st., ar.d George J. Hose, No. 210 Grls wold-st. Kirn's petition Is signed by .16 business men In the neighborhood of his saloon. He claims to have an I Investment of $2e,000 in the place. GERMANY WILL STOP TORPEDIHNGS j BUT 111 AY RESUME THEM UNLESS FOES] CAN BE BROUGHT TO ALTER METHOM WILSON is HEARTILY INDORSED Harmony Marks Con vention of Wayne County Democrats FERRIS ALSO IS EULOGIZED Administration Is Giv en Credit for Coun try’s Prosperity Hearty indorsement of the admin istration of President Wilson and an expression of hope that Gov. Fer ris ivill l>c a candidate for re-election were tin* salient tea*tires of the resolutions adopted by the Demo cratic county convention, which was held in the Garmnn Salesmen's hall, Friday morning. Kdwln Henderson was named tem porary chairman. The burden of his speech was “Wilson, right, or v rong ' • The name of Edward E. Jeffriea, recorder, was missing ftom the list of delegates-at-lj'.rge, which included all the prominent lora! Democrats, (Contlnncd on Puce Two). AMERICAN HELD AS IRISH REBEL James Sullivan, Formerly Min ister to Santo Domingo, Under Arrest LONDON, May 4.—James Sullivan, until a few months ago American minister to Santo Domingo, has been arrested at Dublin, in connection with the rebellion. American Ambassador Page last r.lght made inquiries at the foreign office concerning Sullivan's arrest. Sullivan ha* been brought to Eng land. Page ask* and w hat charge has been press rred against him anti what procedure will be taken. CAMPAU-GRAY SUIT SETTLED OUT OF COURT Suit fr>*- the ownership of a river front of laud beyond the east city limits brought by Daniel J. Cam pa u against Edward Gray, has been set'led out of court. The tract was sob' by Campau to Gray, who started 1c make a novel subdivision of the property. Campau brought suit to recover the lund. The sale price was In the neighborhood of 1 100,000 Gray claims that the land is now worth a*most $500,000. THE WEATHER Detroit no«l vicinity i FrMay nlgkt unit **nlnrilny, fair, moilerntr ta fre«h to MHithwrat to yyrnt ulßit*. I.oorr Ulrklsani Fair Friday nlgfet and Saturday t pprr l ake- 1 Moderate tarlahle rrtadai fair Friday nla lit and Ratnr day. I.nnrr i.akeat Moderate -ontlkoeat ta w»»t yylnd«t aeaeral:> fair Friday nlakt and katarday. IHake-t temperatare fkla date la aaat 43 year*. HO, la Ifdlti loneat, 2*. In I kill. mnAVN TP.MPKH ATI RF.k « a. m ill HI a. m Rt T a. in 53 II a. m OS H n. n S3 13 nnoa OO 0 a. m HO I p. m OT One year ■««* todayi Hlgfeeat teai aerafare, s*m latveot, 43 i mean, SO | eiondy weather with .01 lark at rata darlas early aiornla*. LOVE ROTES ARE READ IN COURT Mrs. Sypniewski Sent Tender Missives to Undertaker CAUSED SPLIT IN BUSINESS Ex-Partner of Alleged Lover Important Witness "I.ove letters to an undertaker” might have been the title of a chap ter of the Sypniewskis’ marital his tory. Tie amorous communications of Mrs. Anna Sypniewski to Joseph A. Jeka, the man whom her hus band Joseph had pointed out from lhe witness stand as havine broken up his home, gave anew turn, Thursday, to tho dlvurce suit she is bringing against the Hamtramck saloonkeeper. The letters were introduced in evidence through Hugh J. Dreyer, the former partner of Jeka. who had Received them at the undertaking establishment which the two men operated and opened them to dellv er to Jeka he testified. “You dear heart, write me a let ter.” says one of Mrs. Sypnlewskl’a letters, It* which she gave instruc tions to her lover to direct the mis nives to Clara Sypniewskl, her niece. This missive was signed "Krak t*a.“ The interpreter who read It from the Polish declared it meant “sewer olpe,” from which Judge Murphy inferred that • its derived meaning was “sub rosa.*' Several cards were introduced, written bv Mrs. Sypniewskl to Jeka with “greeting.' from your dear sweet hep rt," etc Dreyer Is no longer a partner of Jeka as the clandestine friendship ‘hat is alleged to have existed be tween Mrs. .Sypniewskl and Jeka brought a split. Dreyer testified for Sypoiewski. BRAZIL ROUSED BY TORPEDOING OF HER STEAMER RIO J \NEIRO, May 6—The Bra zlllan government has notified the German legation that it has ordered an urgent Inquiry into the sinking of the Brazilian steamer, Rio Bran co, In order to be able to act with certainty for the defense of its neutral rights. Official telegrams received here announce that the Rio Branco was torpedoed. The newspapers are greatly aroused and unanimously demand energetic intervention by the Brazilian government. Yesterday th“ Jornal do Comerclo advocated co-operation with the United Stales to oppose submarine warfare as it has been carried on. Its lead ts followed today by the other newspapers, which are strong in their denunciation. The second in the series of con certs given by members of the fac ulty and students of the McDonald School of Music will take place Sat urday morning. May IS, at 10:30 o'clock. In the Museum of Art aud itorium See Ballatttae tff few are Mg asl fat Suits |SI to •*« —AdV. 3 Wilson Asked to ,|fi|k)jjj| Representations Britain 'fl CAPITAL SEES JUSTICE IN PLEA’j Many Officials Favor*! Acceptance of Teu- i ton Reply «J ■ muz i^y| High Spots ia German Not*, y Germany «««sUmw la ABMMrftOMkX2 4*mi»4 far atrleSoot afeaWVMSS fiW lataraatlaaal law ass vWt . Sal JB •rarrb by •■baariaw at frdglb I , era, aa well aa pawiaiii anryblg f 3g~.-AT.IS. .n*A nCStS p ta eoaao their Illegal saothoSs ad Id warfare. .. ' L latlaaatea If laalhs la aaafcla B ta ehtala aaeh pletsaa great heead U Brltala aa4 her alMea QsaaSaay aay retara ta is rases eahaaasshh' \ ■MIIMABe rata aeaaleaeesma la tirlNSs 4eaaaa#a aa atrsaadl ass *veseamah«c blllty • • • Mare the fees** eff the hlatery of at—hlad.* ha weH aa aa Maalalh far AaitslSh ■Utterly aeealla Siast MUh «U , repeated TtalaUaa mi has a*w- * sraardlaa freadeai eff She aeoa. rn >. Declare* that Oenws staalf . hare heea aader the bsfftaljßT 2 that while Aaertaa thrMfehT OedwT 1 aaaay with break la relattaaf aa* lea* aa effective ana ass asifHoV abaadeaeO, Aat erica la SbVIM ! “arete*tla«- ta AlMea affatlM* >. * their lllesral acta. Iraacally haM* A aserleaa ana* aaf by sat haasaaltartaa aleaa •stt, i. riitsffeff with aaase warasth aff;' ’■ fccllas” t* Oerataa aeoala whaai (treat Brltala avawaffty la at* lea*atlas ta starve sat. AffatHa poaalhUltr aaMeatlffeff cbaaael ateaaser aaak hr Oerataa aahaiarlae waa the taaaes. Hit* at Aaterleaa Btaaaffaatasa ass aiaalfflaaa fee the Allies. A eala affvaaeas ■ rated a«»» cbaataiea proposal. Plead, -errera- aaavalOahle ta a«htla« aaalast aa caeaty Ibk all aerts ass raaea. By ROBERT J. BENDER. (Staff Correspondent United Frees.) WASHINGTON, May s<—ln a session of tha cabinet today which lasted nearly two hours and a half, President Wilson J coneldored with hit advisors tha unofficial text of Qormony’o re- : ply to the United States sub marine demands. At the and of the meeting there was no question the situation was visa ed with optimism. By ROBERT J. BENDER. (flfafT Correspondent United Press.) WASHINGTON. May s.—Within 1 10 minutes after the final—and tha vital —paragraphs of the German '< reply to America’s submarine war* 1 fare demands had reached Wash ington. President Wilson and his cabinet met to oonslder the con- ♦, municat'on. Cabinet members had been get* ting tb*» reply piecemeal from the press telegraph wires. They went Into conference with one apparent,. thought—Germany has conceded the demands of the United States, hat there wus some showing of uncer-. , minty because of the conditions made. The sudden transition In the Gar* man note from its sarcastic and rontentirus ton a , belittling the Unit- „ ed State*-, attitude, to flat stato* ments that met practically all con (CtillmH an Pag* Two). BISHOP WILLIAMS FOR PROHIBITION Bettering that the saloon aa an organised force In politics sboott be eliminated through prohibition* Bishop Charles D. Williams cans - out flat-tt otedly for state-wide abol ishment of the rum shop. 1 noon, st a luncheon of Ibe most prominent Protestant clergymen it Detroit. g.L Mmw. rMraf«4M. ns WiilStL i ta. ms. N. P. S. M. two. MI.-A 4 | n«t mt aMM mm. Pootttoee oma g for gtrU In our now Set Stark dCMSfloyfl meat. KsperlaocO Mt SHOStaT-lnW «usjr& JbuSS£3;-'. • - , iI, -irAM'-