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ROTOR STOCKS
ipUNSTRONG
■IK Abo !■ Demand At Open
K tag Wltk Munitions
pi Unchanged
Ms YORK, May 15.—Ralls and
■tor Itoolu *how««l HtlouK at f..-
BHpUhc o< the market
PNIUoq shares only slighti> • h
P from OTstunUya^cU-t
P?9*» Yert Central opened at lot?,
J|pi §4. Reading reached anew hich
aPII, ap 1-4, at the opening, mid
ypbked »p another 1-4 in « few u.i-.-
WJUyf-Overlan 1 jumped six
■jpU to {TO ana eiud-baker was up
PagClllt at 142. for the firs* “ah
was (S. up 1-4:
HlMlHe 82 I*4, up 1-8, ana Cnited
■Set 84. up 1-4. Mexican i’rirp.-um
rnm 107 1-4. up 1 1-R, and Marine pre-
Brtri 818-4, off 1-8.
»«* th*’ strongest
HmUM munitions shares during tin
Kmtof gaining stem !i> to .;«. .\r»
'&> the first few sales truuinc in : » I
(Bfoad off wit boo? price r*-o»
■§§§ York Stocks ~j
SKLo—ts— ■ ■ - ■=—-
by li<>rn» -r a. ’•) • V -
. V "-!
MpEf- Oeit 2t
HaaMu lattes *N ?• %
- • %
XK' ffaferred. s*’w £»
mm **s
tSKmt. Ca»» com 7>7 %
iifflEßw. areferred no H"
mm Oar A F<l\ coni... at a> %
HftF Fir
K cot ten op in 5.s 4
K Hide * Leath.... »S
nfd r.« ?o
Ormgf*&rsiertl----' to‘,
■KfeMlt A R»f
&?%
Himr Ref 117% ll -* \
ftusrar 73%
WWgEv, preferred »*% ?*'%
■bfiSeada «5% •’
CUHIM) tftJ% 1*3%
Sgfißiwla lioeomo 89% ?*S
mBL Kdßm.
ftlf. meei 445 if
iwllme h Superior 93 % *»: %
HjPf. Pet., pfd SI * 1
nSadlaa Far. it? 1::
■m Leather 5*
■mMOmir ><•» ffih
iSEfcMake A Ohio «;% 4 7
fH dvjpeat 12% 1 . %
f<~Pa. preferred J»
■■« KsrtkvMt 129%
B» E A At. P. Mk V *.
W, rae so 2-*%
gs, CARL S3 7 3
Copper :i 4
; H| ibewer at ?.«
fSgHfia
Fred. Ref. pfd 93%
MjiMl I Steel Cos *? •%
■mMi Or., pfd... :•« % 2‘
■SJ Hadaon is?
MMttT fcenr. w 52% :..v\
■pia’ MOMf it
aa
Jaiim. A ’R«f. pfd. v*% * ,
ssSm.) st .'i * • 4
lHaPnk let areferred... s: •% >3
iafiaMml mwttric t*«% i«-
M.TRI Goodrich R. Cos. 7*
«d#L Rcpmt pfd 121*l.f'w
i’s
wrnis. flaatral i«2 u>:
■mrtthß Copper 4S*« r \
■Rea., IMa. itk .
!»> 25-,
K"tHrf‘T" * si % v %,
wmJ&w* 49 ? 4 *<.
■ft City ftosth 2« i*
Isis
■FPfW.iLOo... Tt
ilij i;?:
Hhl i>Mh iz:\
Hgtltor com
glh let preferred... ‘.‘l |
HRB£ tad preferred.;. 59 % s»
Mamt Cnepie..: is** s«s
■PWR?
■Maa Copper Stocks
1
(alfMiaOatkms by
Opee Migb Ix.w N.-on
■Mneolt^..,. .100 I*o 100 10
■MH »4; 31% 24\ 2*
■amlFTr.. to h »s 95
■ : Rker. »»»... *4 ?• n
■Mama Ceaa i v% » >l4
■ißta gupor.V.. sit, 97 ps*
KaLidk ,15 ,1%
Si RgßtoelaUf ss* 557 5:7
8» »aaae o*s «f*e as-s •*«>-*
mmwmmW .. a|< 39 29 2?
HmdaiOms. .. »&% 4ik .?>v
mnai Verde. 2 -, ; s
MPmlpfirT. «S S\ r% c. ,
Hr* Mim r •• < • 4 s <•. I’.
HWhinaa #*..■ 1% v, t<
■8KT5........ 3«\ 344 34 S ■(*.
■MM ..... 07 <4 >74* >7% '-7*.
itWSia Coae. it*« ii-v it*,
«Mh BuUe.. 23 r'.*T 2* •* ?r.
■pMOa .«A*. *1 vs l * >5
HTcthlA.. us i*-*.
>7 >7- 97 57%
■P Ceaeui .. gs 23-; 21 2
iPTh ... * 32% t
ia% 1* - j'
7% ?»*
IRS'. ■ 8
mb c; UWStoCK
aUMfAII CSKTm%I. «TIM K \ \ Hlt»
Mich.. May 1' - <’.*«• 11•
“jtffngL fUs4qr; brat tira*> *t<*r*.
MHuBMIi ¥agt Bandy w fight u..» i,.-*
lllifMfc initial ftcir* -1' ■.
Wmmßk 17.7 UM&«. handj ft-si.t
■Bn Itfl; light butch, r*. »>. "
BW Mt COW*. $«.*5«7; but. her
MmIIMItHO common . . %*« It 1
II m♦? t.: r. b. -1
M.7»cr ' 2. r *. bolotii ~
stock bulla, $ ■>
MMmSmma** if.W»: *»•.< ker«. b -■•
M springer*. If' r
Milurktt, strong i.. »t
HMT othfrs, fftr-* ....
•^. ! BMP*:.Market. air...u
jr-.- 11 SmksJ' *:v
■M lncih 17M7.J.V fu .i
.■ eufi* «n.i
V* , ej. RM*: .Vo hoga
Kr it»-
lirwlll: *2rh*t»#i3« higher.
BBsMaT sKrjtfiA *r.«#* i<* js;
«wßk Aaß4.#|•!•.!*; rough
. '.laDpwSßK , ig.-
v-gW# ill# fttflrri. |«
FINANCIAL AND MARKET NEWS
103« we»tern. •T.1* , 8*T , 9; lsm*»a
I*.4e©n i*. western |v>V|fl2 '•»>
).«•« BhSil* l.l«e Sle.k
lt><<nniny A Htevenel
KA«r IVi rALO, N V . Msv !4 -
Cattle, lit cars, market 15c higher;
prttu>‘ ateers |9.S**4| 10: butcher* l'_ 1
.» 9 50; fat » •"» “ 7 74, helfera. >
\ ito: buile. sMf*; h<>K« Si* cars. niMt
hel. xtri.iiK; lnavy |14.50|910 *><*. »<>». •
• 10.50 #» lrt.Sl: pltf*. I9 75 o:**
“heep, :»o cat*: market. **ri>*ig; »i*p
iamb* lift s«*i to *<•: jearlinsu 1“ 1
• r«; wittier*. f*M’hv7s; ewe*. |>»>
'..5; calve*. ss‘/It .50
f ■ 1
Detroit Stocks
1 l
.MOMISV'a 4|l OT tTIOSe,
Bid Asked
Act’ e White L. A Cul. I'** ....
I><• preferre<; -12**
Am LC & Tt. C\-.. c m S.e 840
| L>o, preferred .... 110% 112%
!Am Public Utilities.. 4& 47
It*.,, preferred 75 ....
Auto Bod) • .81 ....
Burroughs Add Mach . 385 ....
Ch«lmer* Mo. Cos, com 154 ....
• I*'*, preferred.. .. . >4 100%
Char fr <’•* of Amer 7% 7*,
! Chevred* t M«-ti>r <'0.... 225 224
I L>‘ . pi. ferr< tl •
’ r\ • <'o 187 I*3
D< . prcferrrd. \d . 83
I l‘< lead *c zinc. 5% 41*
C m n ! A L. Cos., m 43% 04%
T>o. preferred *5
(’■•ntlni nt.-il Mo. Cos., Cu 34% 27%
Du. preferred.... 14%
I D A C Navigation >1
!*etrdt ‘namery Cos.. 23% 29
.. n 1 '<< IS 2 1
i Del. Ir a .St Cos, com. 14 JO %
Do. preferred 11 1%
IIV t fn‘t.-d Ft. 115 119
! Drt. Valve A Fit. Cos.. 10%
■ I >r.| Motor Cos, Canada 390 ....
I General Mo. Cos, com. 4*>s 4*i> *
Do preferred 114 il»
Holland-Mt L. -<gr Cos. >% D %
Iron > i er Minin*; C'*. 13ft i‘>’i
S % Kre ge. com .... 11 ....
r».», preferred 1"% |l
Ma xwell M>». Cos. ora B*l " %
(hi. 1«t preferred ... 89 ■'-'%
1 *u. ;n.l preferred... 57% *■>
Me* Crude Hut*. Cu 1«> 12%
Ml hiaan Stamping Cos. 373 4?*
Ml n S’r it- Tel Cos . . ... 3
'Mi li. *”o cum.... 118 11*
Do, preferred 95 ....
Mt!*s-!Vt Theater Cos. 7% ...
Minn S*r. Cos, com. ad ... *5
Do. preferred . >•»
National Grocer C 0.... 84% 84%
Do. preferred 94 9«
Paetflr Oa* 4 Electric 57 «->
Do. preferred *'% 91%
Pd' kar.l Mo. Cos. conn . 190 .... ;
I>o. preferred, 101 I**4
Paige-r*et. U so, new '.•»
1 Parke. Davie A Cos 15« 133
j Reo Motor Car Cos. ... 4c 4» '
P.eo M<*tnr Truck Cos.. :<ft% . |
’ Bcottei* ■ Dillon Cos 41
Studehafcer <*orp. rom 143 147
! Do. preferred 147 ....
Townsr* W Cos Cr. Cos. 34%
'Tluased Concrete Cos.. 27 %y 31
Do, preferred ....... : -
White J-star TJne 52 ....
Wolverine Cement Cos. 4% ....
Hawke aad Trwat Campaalea
B;d Asked
American Ptate 175
Central Pavings 259 ....
! T*etrolt Pas irgn .. 29ft
Dime Paving* 294 ....
Federal Stat“ 124 ...»
First A Ole Dat Nat. I*4
jC»erm»n-Am«rlei«n 178 ...»
Highland Pari: State 775
Merchant* National... 17‘ 149
' Nat’l. Bank of Com... *l9 ....
Peninsular Plate... ... 2*5 ....
People* State 2*9 ....
I'nited Saving* Rank.. 239
Wayne County Home,. J 47 ....
Detroit Trust Cos 40')
Security Trust Cos 141 247
Union Tru*t Cos 174 • . ..
1 Ger-Amer. L. A T Cos. 19* ....
The following flun» are privileged
f to e*ecute order* on the Exchange:
Carlyle A Povah. W. A. Hamlin A
ICo . FT W Noble A Cos, W F. Mo**
4 A CO, Bennett. Smith A Cos, Blocia;r
1 A Coula Joel Stockard Cos, Lewi* G.
i Gorton, B*. E. Reilly A Cos. Geo. M.
[West 4k Cos, a r Macerone A Cos,
j Emmet L. Sprague. Matthew Finn.
' D. L. Beymour A Cos. A. W. Wallace
A Cos, wm. H. Rose a Cos . Wm A.
Neer A Cos, B*. B McLAughlln. F. K.
Pelton. Merrill. Lur&ch A Cos.
»
\rw KIRK PHODI 4 B
NF.W YORK. May 15 —Flour: Tn
-1 active ami unsettled Pork: Steady,
in*** |25.5*»4» 34 Lard- wuiet: mid- 1
die we* input. 11 8.1 •> »» 23.2<>. Sugar:
Raw. dull: centrifugal. 94 test, t* 29
<<t 832 muecovad*-. *s test. 15 42
5.75' reflned. dull, cut 1< af 19 4'i.
crushed 1H.45 powdered. |7f54i785;
granulatcu. S7Ub7.B‘>. c„ff** : Rto
No. 7 on »pi<t. 9%t Tallowr: Dull:
lepeclal, lie: city, 10%c: country. 19‘
hi Hay Active an<l Arm:
prime 11 55: No. 3. II 15&1.2J; clever.
s>c«*»l-37% I'reseed poultry. Steady.
M*ady: turkey*. .4c; chickens. 14
HZ* . fowl*. 144r32c; duck*. Long
Island. 25*. Live poultry: Firm.
feese. Ifthl2c duck*. 13t»l>c; fowl*.
*«l9%c. turkey*. 22c, rooeter*. 12c .
Chicken broilers, 34ff42e. Cheese
Steady, etate m.lk, rorr.ir.on to »pe-
Hal*. 15h19%c: skims, common to
*pe* la la. Bit * * %c.
HI TTUH tM) KhTA
Batter Creamery extras, 29c:
firsts. 27c, dairy, 25c, packing stock.
22c lb ,
Kgg«—Fre*h receipts. ca»e» tnclud
*d, ilrat*. 22 %c. current receipt*.
doa Receipt* Saturday, J.44S
case*. *
Births
BOT.k
Solomon Borta 185 D'vismn: Y * ken
Fo’ak c.arfleld: Clifford IxQuler.
1375 Maxwell; Ja-oh Stulprlrh. 1574
Maxwell William Seefeld, 1792 East
! Grand-hlvd.; h'redrtck
! Regular: John W Bower, IftT tVlnde
-1 rner* n Llr M '>naky 37 'White: Andl
Tlple. 7*4 Solvay Fred 11. E»dm*r.
j 1 2.i7 Canton. Henry Oldenhou*e. Car
r * Aschar I>e Keyral, 444 LeMay:
Willlaj G. Brytineyer, Orace hospi
tal loin 7,.if*rana. 432 Russell: Emil
Kai»*r 1397 Military; John Neare. 147
Fifteenth. It'ihert Parkin. 1542 Field;
John T Boyle. 144* Helen Thom**
V if ei 'lu re, 2322 Woodward: Frank
s*ymaneki. 141 **randv, Mike Anka.
.Grace hospital. w#nd*l K'»reta 323
• K Alexandrine. Mas P. Kuhln. 12"4
Twentr-fifth; Alfr*d L Glover. l«l
Locust.
oinr*s
. Wojclcch Slk .ra, ait Mitchell : Vln
cent Htan*k. 3«3 Garfield; I-eon Mar
cUr.uk. *<i* Mlt<he)l Stephen Debow
«kl, 27 > landfill Elmer * Hrook*r.
l*7-> Twenty-fourth; William Harte
ma-h« r 111-* H»irldeje, Milton Sni
der 93S B»-lvi<iere. Edmund Mlc.hle
wu*. Ml Bubols Charier C Wain
weight. tit t’rare; John Zielinski,
aka Medbury; Harry L* Wilson. I*s
Florid*: Albert Abraham 2*2 Larn
«fd Bias Rio (,'on*t*Btlno, 1/2 Ersklne.
I Harry i< Montgomery, 25.' Tnwn*»n<l
! Harrr I’njlsn. r»*»0 Cameron; Benja-
I min Falek, 111 I>elmar. Mirhal Niko.
lien, I* Clootie. Holla M Tomnk'ns.
; Ity? Helen Frank Grewr. 2*l Antle
tam. John B. Csermak 177 Otla; Wll
fjiam H. Week*. *22 Wheelork; Henry
H Monroe, <s* Haitue; John Zafara
n« it: Bussell; Kranklln Margrave,
i tin McDougall. Edward H Hrhwe. rs.
•«0 tlarland. William Farr l« Runif.
Ilerl»ert Hiun 77* John H William
K Kleiner, Unman* hospital: John
Keena 1152*4 Mlchlßan. Charier K.
Fiedler. M Alger Mai Mints, Pr«»yl
d>.|»ce hospital. Nathan Mtandler, 212
Watson.
) A Panlah newrpaper. after a
ynonth'a in* eatlgatlon. claim* that
♦he belief prevail* In Germany Jbat
It In Impossible to continue the tear
to the .ml of I*t« hecauae of the ;
shortage of food. It asya “The |
ratlona of the German aoldlera were,
cot six weeka hro Deaertlona are (
nnmrnitil and they In. lude offleer*.
Ho<-ta II am la spreading amailnßl y
•mono the troopa. Shortage of horse*
hereaeltated the reducing of gun
taama'
Tho Nia •ero Sugar Cos. ha* derlar- '
Ml a aenil-annuai dividend of JW’t
lon th* preferred and Htb on the'
ySaMwor iirirrJuae 1 to holders
Wimmi+Wu it. .
AMERICANS’
MAILS ARE
HEED UP
British Blockade Is De
laying Letters to
Berlin
CENSORSHIP
INCREASING
England Gradually
Tightening Lines of
Communication
By CARL W. ACKERMAN.
(SfdT C rrrttp tnienl United P^f»4.)
BERLIN*. Apr J 15. By mall.—
England todai 1« maintaining an *
absolute mail blockade of Germany.
Fowcr letter* and rew-•‘papers *rf
r>'«rhing Berlin to.'ay than a f any .
time since the b-cmning of the
war England's control of the cable i
censorship i- bec«>ir inc more severe |
«o that Oerman> is gradually being j
■tit off from comn mlcgtlon with
•he United Stateg and all other
overseas countries.
For several months Americans in
Berlin have been receiving their
mall marked “opened by the censor
No —." The letter* had been taker. J
from neutral steamers, and held in j
England for examination Some ■
American* had been receiving mail ‘
through Holland and Norway hu" *
lately the English have been tak
ing their mail from the steamers
This Is producing a critical «itua-
Mon among the Americans in Ber
lin and other part* of Germany who
number in all over 7?>o. During the
past fe.tr days letters posted in
America between Jan ►*> and 13. ar
rived all examin'd by the censor
and three months’ er. route.
OEEP~MYSTERY
IN SHOOTING
Police R*iffled by Case of N’icok)
Cappola. Found Dying On
Porch
The killing of Nlcolo Cappo’a. .15
years old .on the porch of hia home
ai No. 312 Lafayette-ave, late Sat
urday night, is one of the
deepest mysteries with which »he
police have been confronted in con
nection with an Italian slaying in
years, according to Detectives Rog
ger*. Wnndrie and OldanL
Cappola was found dying from a
fractured sk ill and two bullet
wounds on the second story porch
of the house jn yhich he hoarded.
At the time of the shooting no one
was home. Joseph Messina, the
landlord, returned home at 11:30
o'clock and found Cappola slowly
bleeding to death. lAter several
o'her roomers returned and the po
lice were called.
Six persons were arres’ed. They
are; Joseph Me*«ina. 31 y*ars old;
James Roco. 27, No. 125 Russell-st.;
John Mesatna, 23; Anrelo Maltease.
3&. and Joseph ra.*»a. 33 years did
The police say that Roco was pre
paring to leave the ci'y when h*
was arrested.
Ai far as the p©H'%* •'in deter
mine the death was not the result
o fa feud between Italian faction*.
It la not known thAt he had any
enemies in this country. All i?v
vestigatlon* »o find a motive for the
killing have been futile.
When the police searched the
yard in the rear of the home, a
1 long barreletl 3S<aliber revolver was
found
A few minutes before the body
1 was fotin da fire was discovered In
the barn of Vittorio f’apratta. of
1 No. 232 Lafayette-Rve. east, a short
! distance from CappoU’s home. It
Is the custom of the Italians to dls
j charge firearms into the air as a
I fire alarm, and the police think it
barely possible that strar bullet#,
struck Cappola when he stood on
the porch looking at the fire. That
theory, the police hold. Is barely
possible, but improbable
FEAR MASSACRE
OF CATHOLICS
Av VS IT El) MEEK.
j WAHKINGTON. May 15.—Danger
I of t/iaa.“Rcroa of Chriatlana In fljrla
| haa been privately re|K»r»ed to the
state department, It waa learned to
day. These advice* indlcat»d the
exi>ected murdera might aurpaaa in
horror many of she Armenian maaa
acrea of ffie past. The mcnconltea,
A large French Catholic gronp, la I
reported to be In particular danger I
b
DETROIT TIMES
Little Pal Wasn’t a Bit Hungry.
I PONY UKI TO Q**t*o ( tm.s 3Tev*%*C )
I Theee W4DIAMS OUT > CAMT \ To >bu I / •/
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I » 08KT FEiL Ultkl
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WARTNER
ADMITS RE
k SHOT RYAN
ire*tl*«*4 from I’iif O*M
pltal. “I wish to ape-ogize for shoot
ing you.”
*'l>idn t you know that 1 wa.-.
shooting over your head to frighten
you and that I could have shot you
at any time 1 ' Ryan asked Wartner.
"I was afraid you would *hoo?
me and I couldn't run much farther.
1 turned around and saw you near
me, so I shot.” Wanner replied. “I
am very sorry I did it.”
After mainlining s’ohd Indiff- r
.ence to the officers' qu* ‘Cons near
ly all day. Saturday. Wartner w*-*
I placed in a cell in the central «*a
-1 tlon. aPtrolman Herbert Krke. «ta
tioned in the cell block engaged
him in conversation, and it devel
oped that both of them cair.e from
Alpena.
Af’er a long talk Wartner told
Erke to call Inspector George
kins downstairs, that he wanted to
tell them bo»h something It was
then, the [»o|ice say. that Wartner
mad*- his_flr«t real confession of the
shooting
So many patrolmen and detective*
visited Ryan in the hospital Sun
day, that some of them were denied
admittance by hospital authorities
who declared he was too weak to
talk to all of them. Many sent
floral pieces.
The funeral of Patrolman Iceland
Alexander, to whose slaying Frank
OJigschlager ha* confessed, will be
held Tuesday morning at 9 13 from
•he residence. No 1180 Iroquois avs..
and at 10 o'clock from S'. An
thony's church
DRYS WILL
KEEP CLOSE
TAB ON VOTE
(r«*tl«*f4 from Fag* Oar.)
rincte. Our challe.r.ger‘ will not lie
thrown out of the ixiotVo without a
fight. We mean to “*<• every vote
counted. If the crowd rn th* o*her
side think they are fighting a lot of
sissy boys in the dry organization*
ihls year they are mistaken.”
Mr. HoahaL continued:
“I notice that »om* « f th* w-ti ere
attempting to get a • <•,.negation
out or what Bishop V. i said at
th* r»r»nt mlnUterinl .nrh«.m in th*
Y M. C A. Whlb they *r tr- nit t.,
pick up a few crumbs of < • ne-caM/.n
wa ll enjoy the biahop'a influen/-. hla
work, and hie vote for prohibition, for
that la what ho birh'-P promls# and j n
ths f meeting
“We appre< late th* Bishop a fair
ness He sounds *h« keynote r,t this
<ampalgn that s t»-lng run by the
business, Industrial, professlr.nal and
itnc workingnun s tn?er»e*s and with
I the t hiircpoa a* t* e foundation e>f the
I.'g l*t We d'ltil <ar* wh' ther a man
is a prohibitionist <>r whether he be
liie*ea in Wileot* <>t Is for Central or
Eastern time He < /rfalnly ean't s’and
for th- eaioons in I'etrf.lt and the evil
influence they have fiver polttus.
■ If* jj*e man that drinks that !a
km r>g to make Mi> hlgan dry, for he
J .ds th- balan<» ot power. It isn't
»• otiestlon of p* rsf.nal llb-rfy with
l.im nor rompersat|f»n. nor whether
th- sah.on tnay be the p.or rnan s
■•lob. hut th*- i|U**(lon, shall th* sa
loein fontinue to Influence control
and bully the politics of Hetroit and
state of Mlchigan% f'rohlhltlon
seems to he the only remedy, and he
Is going to u«e that remedy In order
that he might smash the saloon.
“Our friends still talk about regula
tion and moderation I showtd think
that they would t>e ashamed to bring
that up. especially here |n Michigan.
I hiring th* last Hi years the ealfuina
..f this state and -»|ire ally of l>*tr.»it
have had repeated -v imngs to |egu
tfcte moderate and .lean up The
counties have been going dry with
an awful regularity. They have had
repealed w arnings from the press, and
yet they b*v* absolutely refused to
inve anything to do with tbe pet ar
guments of their • row'd, and in fact
It Is entirely forgotten until Just be
fore election; then those old ghosts
are dragged out and daunted before
the peoples' eyes on the supposition
'that they ran blind and fool a great
many men hy these fletlrb.ua argu
ments.
"slur fight here In Itetrolt Is not
against th» saloonkeeper or the man
tngagsd tn business . It is against
•rfMlMd traffic tlasif. Ws do say
!’. ish thwt *n> rv»n wx- nwkf‘ h.-
.»ir* uff tne rw itatlun »•! uti . r
wen*' w«'*kn*‘*.* sud vice* 1* in »n
i und-■» 1 ra*>le biMin-*« «r.<l that Is ju*t
• vactiy what ih<* »>n huaioc.-* t*
U-tr. us th>- m< n in r - t>ti*.n» «« •<
at ** ttii*. and are .nl> waiting C r
»r.< ppurtunity t" u-'. out A
-*!■■ rikr»*pcf in tVi* ri<\ ~n \\ . ud
ward-av**, ret- l t<> tv»*t :1 t 1 (h*t (
Muhigan w.ui.l tr\ thl* y**' I
t.'U- «*ve»j >*x* n !■> hrtu-vr t? it h>
x•' --* "h* srntirnrr.t* ..f tor tnajofltv
if tl.r turn in iti*' hu*tr<’*». Th*- «-
| **jr thi* yrar i* th' »a ! **i'n an i *>r
► aniird h.,' z*
There ma> b* fii* *\ hrri ip.
1 *a ■■■ it Is n*-. but nut iu ? tl in
.* a\r got ngni ti 1 • w ( tti -1
>• >r "»r rshad'iw iiui anu 1 r • •11
I \\> don't *t|)«pi’Sr Crltfu r .1- 1 .> ..
p- for * muni' nt t*i 1 ’■ i>u»l t
ma>• r a man gCKnI b\ |.r. ! -;,m . •
iQiK-r hu*in»'»* \V» b. ! . 1 r.i :i
I« uh our w»-t frtrnd- l', c, >nu ant
jiontrol inrn* pa-slor* 1 ijw l.>
w; n# • «v» a--t was n"t [■* - *| in *-
t'n |t t> i-onlr-il m* nr «i* • -l»
merely [n *« i * rtain .«• ti .• ••! : b
-1 av» wt»u< t van » h 1 : a t. »>
• r V I If * th
1 The *<•;r prohibit t; !• * *
I Itlbition will not rati rm ilrun r > ’
i Neither wlu It ■ui ■ 1 r a, .
| the rmelria**- drtnkri*. hut it .1 I
move the open «an ,md i ?* •
poiaofiotl* *tufr. wh ti *■ mli- . t.,
[the supreme ■ HUM du* ‘ n t ms*-
i crime and misery «t)*n m\ thr ; , *
l at urce, outside th* m. mil 1 nd- it
possible f,r the star- to .uni* * ua •
who attempts to *nua. -n « tius'-
ness of mal-tng and , r u p
will also smash the *a > [• '<u an t
the haegluir o«i* plan ' **i * it
low pol it xians and th*' usual bar
room hangers on.
CASEMENT LURED
50 IRISH SOLDIERS
FROM PRISON CAMP
it anllnnol from !’•(* linn
general, "they were punished and
reduced. A few. m iort n,v* h
“Women Must Take Hard Exercise
To do Man's Work”—Lady Constance
' JL..* •'
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r : lMi I i^b
EHHBH Kkv.A
BfittHH - - - >--i '-9
LAOV tONftTANCC «I(XW<OSOH
I,ady Conatanre fltowart Rlchirdunn believe* In hard e*errl*«» for
women who work. Women are doing the work of the “aterner *ei” In war
torn Europe and I*ady Klehardaon *ay* her countrywomen (aha la Rngliah
of eourae) muM go In for hard phyalral ixerrlara to flt fhemaelvea to bear
the brunt.
Thla la on* of the parlor atunta aha advocates for beforebreakfMt
iimMrinfup. * • ' 1
were -I'd: and \mong these wer»'
•he -■ I !>r lhinU*l Bailey, who oc-I
n lea rh* prisoner's dink with
Casement today ”
T o wo, . :i who arrived at 1 h
n; w■ r< * • r st in line at Bow-«t..
ut »>v .o lln ,i large crowd had j
-* . u and Ti n polite supplied the j
wim*: w o arrived before dawn
with toffee.
Fir Roger was brought to court;
from *!:• itiwer in a taxicab, closely :
t:tiar<i*d and wa- in the court room
r>* 'lit" many persons knew of his
arriv ,i
\, . concluding M* preliminary
otr r.*-.o» •h* * .t-e aga«nst the pris
on* r A’ t Con Smith read a state
in! • h, «..* second prisoner. T%u
■ el Bail v
T»-e l»» * r corroborated reports of
• * id nip's to ‘educe Irish
• : r ::ii|' iMii'ii in Germany. -
Tl - it ” r -bowed that the Ger
mor ■ artn** in which Ca**ment.
Dailey ;*nd o'h* r- made the trip lo
Tr*l»* Inland, wh- the U-18.
Tin fir*' for rne crown
wa - Poiiit In-T' i tor Parker Park
r »e *1 tV t hen Casement wm
r > trr» - ted he rnad • no attempt
'o ate himself, hut Insisted that
Haile-, was innorent.
Jr.mi Robinson, an Irishman, for
•n* !> corporal in ihe Britiah
>*rmv wis the nex f witness. Kob-
I'sot’ w * . .1 privdner in one of the
Gern tiJilr ry camps visited by
t -er.i'Tt Hi testified that Case
rr* ut visited '"*• Irlsrimen In bis
•up offering f.V to eai h one who
would desert the British color*. Hub
luaon said he refused.
About 50 of the 300 Irishmen ac
cented the offer end enlisted In the
Herman army. Robinson said. Ills
testimony was corroborated by John
Cronin, another exchanged prisoner.
He said he was promised that after
the war. the German government
would pay their transportation to
America.
When not engaged In making
notes. Casement traced roses on his
pad It was noticeable that both
Casement's and Bailey's shoes were
without strings. The shoe strings
were removed by guards In the
tower of tendon, who feared the
Irishmen would attempt suicide.
LONDON, May 15.—Premier As
quith reached Belfast today In his
tuur us Ireland to study conditions
leading up to the recent rebellion.
Some of the newspapers said Ma
visit to Belfast was connected with
the proposal for either the dlaarma
ment of all partiea In Ireland, or for
the Incorporation of both the Irish
and l ister volunteers Into an auxili
ary branch es the British army.
"The Nationalists, M said the Dally
News, “are understood to be ready
to relinquish their arms If the
Clsterltes do likewise, but the lat
ter raised difficulties."
CHICAGO GRAIN
CHICAGO, Mat IS —Grain: Opening
Wheat: May flown *%r; July down
September up tec Corn: Ma* up
*c; July unchanged. September »ip
k.r Oats: May dn*n Mr; July down
• < September unchanged. Provie
on*: hi*her
By Leo.
Five Per Cent
Safety
The difference between officers
and
three per cent and five per directors
cent is S2O a year on every £Hl y
SI,OOO you have invested. w r l,r » ndon
Fred Burton
Guaranteed Five Percent First Mort
zage Certificates pay you that extra c. M Harmon
S2O with absolutely no sacrifice of £ *Vr„bb«d
safety. In denominations of SSO, G . v. N. i.othrop
SIOO, SSOO and SIOOO. Edward A. Lovelvy
W. B. Maurice
May l* purchased by partial pay- sangeT“
ments. Arthur Webster
Paid up Capital—l2oo,ooo.oo
Urban Realty Mortgage Company
MORTGAGE BOND BANKERS
46-48 Conxrrffi St„ W. People* State Bank Bids.
Send booklet without obligation to me.
Name - ™™™™ r«*e
wt.SiH.ptmmwi— ■ g»i
ll^MlWlWlWSWSWSWßiSSWfiiyallJWUiJiiliililaWiialalaWaliaaJM'srH'slitlnyi^J
| HE .plan of Elmwood Park was submit
ted to me some time ago by Mr. Cecil G.
• McCollom, attorney for the Detroit
Builders' and Traders’ Exchange. I believe
! it will give thp city a community equal to
Port Sunlight, in England.
The Elmwood Park idea seems to embody ijg
everything that wage-earners require in any fl
section that ia to solve their housing problem. 3!
It it a practical plan that I heartily indorse. fjl
II am one of the stockholders in the Sam
uel A. Merchant Company, which is putting
Elmwood Park on the market, and am also
interested in the immediate building of at
least one model house to cost not over $2,500,
to demonstrate the utmost the home-seeking
public can secure for the money.
H (Signed* FRANK MctyILLAN.
« ~ .■■■-■- tt.i.r-.
ICAFVtAL mi ASSETS OVE*I
smujow POLLAJM I IdeiiiLiJowpoLLAasJ
A Mil nfSTTTUTTON I
anaa sj t* m\, «m» busk h«. had a T ««v w no. «
i—fnl Making aapurtan—. Depositor* have entrusted A
their Rthfi to this luaStuUi with a knowledge that they f
orffi bo aboohrtoky oaio under our conoorvative manage- m
mm t uud ealegaordad with our largo Capital and Surplus. J
Wayne County and >
Home Savings Bank J
IS BRANCH OFFICES IN DETROIT .2
MONDAY, MAY IS, 1914.
[Crain and Provisions]
DETROIT. M !ch . May H.—Down
ing: WhMl opeged wlihout
In the Detroit market. U\erpo«>l
and Chicago were etea.ly. Opening
price* Monday. Ce*b Nu. 2 re»l
wheat. IIM; July. H2D,. Septem
ber. |1.23\,; No. 1 white, ft.IK
Corn t* ee*y and quiet at 7tH«
for ca*h Nil :t. 7T« f«*r No. » yellow,
Hint 74Wt*75Wc for So. I yellow.
Oat* *re eaey «t **«' f ,,r • a*h
ot.tndurd. 47«- I'»r N" 3 white. **"
4.50 tfic for No. 4 white
R\ e i* quiet *t !*s* for oa*H No J.
Mean* ere tn good Uemetul and
Arm *t |:i for mmedlate, prompt
a n>t May shipment. end H f<» r
The need* ere quiet nt S v 4& f" r
prime red clover. |k.v* for prime
’elke, end *3 5* for prinie timothy.
Grain receipt* at Chicago, Mon
day, were (4 <ar» of wheat ut\d .IS
of oat* ,
July wheat to Chicago opened
Monday at »1.1 7«i117 V* corn »t
’74SV74Se. and oat- 43 »* 41 43 4»c.
IJverpool wheat cloned un< hMiitfcA
and corn higher.
TOI.KIM) 4.11 AIN
TOLEDO. Mav IS \Vhc„t Cash and
May It. *4: July 11245. Heptamher.
SLS4S- Corn: Cash and May 75 N:
July 7154. Oata: Cash and May 4St,c;
July 4**»c; September 41c Clover
seed: ('tin and October I s *»•>: Decem
ber 14 77. Alstke I’rime 00; Tlin-.-
thy: Ca*h IS 50 Butter: Brick cream
ery 32c: tub creamery 31c. Kgff*:
Kraah candled. 22c; fancy select* i!3c.
Hay: Unchanged
I I
BARNETT OIL & GAS CO.
Bought — Sold — Quoted
Write for special circular No. >4.
E. H. CLARKE
lavetlaieat Aecarltlee
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