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SIXTEENTH YEAR. NO. 198.
Chadseu Rebuffs Roosevelt Boomer 4 COP’S SLAYER IS GIVEN LIFE : RENCH TO USE HUGE AIR MONSTERS, WITH GIANT 6UNS, AGAINST GERMANS 4ew Terrors Will Be In Action Within Few Weeks AUSTRIANS PLAN DRIVE ON ITALY 00*000 Troops Hurled At Emmanuel’s Lines; Scores Killed PARIS, May 18.—The French budget for the third quarter of 1916 exceeds $1,500,000,000, Min ister of Finance Ribot announc ed when the chamber of depu ties reopened today. He asked immediate increases in duties on many commodities to meet heavy war expenses. LONDON, May 18— Sir Ed ward Grey, British foreign min ister told the house of com mons this afternoon that he had been informed that the Vatican has made representations to Germany, requesting an aban donment of submarine warfare By HENRY WOOD. HtnfJ ('orrrnporulent IJnitrd Press I PARIS. May 2 iR> mall.)- Mon er French air cruisers each ounting on*' of th»- famous *\Soi\ Tte-tjninze * gun* so destructive ai **rdun—will l»** in action against ennany’s air forces before many (M*l(S. Successful experiments with This p’w terror of the air have Just been impleted in all probability S*rg'. viator Treillc Orandselgne. hero of »\eral recent air exploits, will pilot le first of the new battle ’planes, e has been directing the expert entn ill which hug* l aeroplanes ive carried the 7.Y, in ichearsal f air battles Although but ?h years of age. randseigne has won for himself a ost enviable record a- » idiot of ip first cannonmounted aeroplanes, minting small guns firing sheila inch smaller than those of the re- Btibtahle 7B’s. The war office per lilted it to be known today that randaeigne is the aviator who wa led In the order of tin day lor 4(oullmied *»n l*n«e Mns.l ID THREE HANS KILLED MARATHON, Tex., May 18.— The bodies of three American mining prospectors, missing Since the battle of Glenn Springs, have been found near San Vi cente, in the Big Bend drsert country, by a posse of cattle men, according to William Son com, a rancher, who arrived from the border today, - Th* names of the missing men are Harris, Woodson and Bosworth. BY CARL D. GROAT Ifnf ('nrmpondrnt United I'renn ) WASHINGTON, May IR.t-CoI. bley, reporting through Gen. Fun on. to the war department today, i MaJ. I.anghorne'a engagement Ith the Glenn Springs raiders, fail I to substantiate earlier reports, laconstrued as official at thr de xtment, telling ihai 7.*» Mexicans id been raptured and six killed, ft told of only two Mexicans winded and captured. HIT THE AIR your car next Sunday, thrn p»ir- Ice us * delPlou* turkey •tinner for hetw#«»n 12 30 and X:JP> n. m. New ver Room, Hotel Griswold—Ads. SURE FERRIS WILL MAKE RUN AGAIN There’s An “If” At tached to Retirement Talk, Friends Say WANTS TO AID THE PRESIDENT Will Be Candidate If Wilson Needs Him, Is Story LANSING. Mich.. May (Spe eial.l — Often ha Gov. Ferria has de clared that he desires to retire from public life at the end of his present terra, and that he does not want his name to go on th»* primary ballot for reimmination. none of the Dem ocrats who are on the inside believe that any other than the governor will he the standard bearer In Mich igan. and none other was mentioned throughout the Democratic conven tion Wednesday or in «he gossip of the slate makers. One “if” tin* governor has all along attached to his refusal to be classed as a candidate. "If I am convinced that the In terests of President Wilson In Mich igan will be forwarded by letting tnv name go on the ballot, I might consent.’' he has said. And this opening will he utilized to the best possible advantage bv the Demo cratic l*a«|ers who are determined that Ferris shall he the parly's can didate for governor. Ferris alone was considered in It ontlnii.il nn I'uur Mnr.l ORPET CASE AWAITS JURY Deputies Scour County for Men Who Know Nothing of Tragedy COURT ROOM, WAUKEGAN, 111., Ma> 18.—While deputy sheriffs ••■arched through Lake county today trying to find a panel of 100 men who knew nothing of the Orpet case, State’s Attorney Ralph J. I)H<ly was guarding closely the secret of the testimony to be given against Wil liam 11. Orpet, charged with Marian Lambert's slaying, by Josephine ha vis. who was Marian's closest friend. Rumors In the court room today indicated tiiai hady was ready to spring, when the Jury is finally com pleted. testimony by the Davis girl that will clear many mysteries In connection with the case THE WEATHER Detroit suit «trinity i Thiir««lsy nla hi fulr •-••ntlnurd root, «lth frnnt Friday t nlluhtl> warmer, mmternte westerly wleda. I.nwrr MlcHlcsmi Fnlr ••••ntlnurd rout Tbiir««ln> nlutil nltk frnal Frt •lny t fair, allahtl) unriner. I aaer l.nkrat Mudrrnle nnrfkvvrat slniti. bri'nmliii vnrlnhlri fnlr. enn tlnaed «-«M*l Thur*<ls> nlahti Frldnf. fair, sllabtly ntrmer, I.iit«er l.slt •*■■ i Motif rat r ttr«frrlt wlsd»i aenrrslly lair I hur«ilny nlaht sjml Friday i ••anllnnrd root, TIIIMVi TF.WI’KH \TI It a a. m. . . . :«• to a. m w T a. at to II a. n» .. . HI “ a. m f| tv anna .... Id I» a af .... Id I |*. in.... . 17 lllal'eat temperature thl« date In aaat 4.1 yearn. *•« In |s77 nml IIMIt lutte«t, .IT In ‘SIM. . > One year nan today i lllaheat tent - l»rratttre. ti| Utteol, .17 1 mean. Hi ••lenH.r ttraihrr ttlth .At lrt«-h nf rain. The ana aeta Tfntradny at 7iis p. m. and tlwea Friday- at IliflM a. m. The Wen Who l-amhle f.aae If Diey try t«» tiral Haliantine values. Hull* |2R up. 339 Woodwsrd-ave.— Atfv. DETROIT TIMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH FOR DRY STATE Strong Resolutions Are Presented to Michi gan Diocese Meeting CHURCH CLUB TOOK INITIATIVE Plan to Wipe Out Sa loon to Be Given Hearty Support PORT HURON. Mich. May IS The Protestant Episcopal diocese of Michigan nas taken official action on the prohibition question, and has joined the anti-liquor forces of the state. Ihe original resolution, when was oroug.it before the spe cial committee of the conven tion, in session here, was crit icised by the Rev. Hubert H. Wells, of the Mariners’ church, in Detroit, and the Rev. Paul Ziegler, of St. Harnabas church. Detroit, and it was moved that Rector Wella be added to the committee, which w».« made lip of the Rev. Henry J. Simpson, educational secretary or the diocese; the Rev. W. T. Jerome, of Hillsdale, and I). P. Sullivan, lay man. of Detroit. This was done, and anew resolution was drafted, as follows: Whereas, th»> last meeting of the «*hureh Hub <»f the diocese of Michi gan has memoriali/.e»l this conven tion asking sot aHlnn in the matter of the 1 l*iu<>r traffic and praying that this convention commit the diocese definitely and im<*ompromtsingl> to ttie abolition of the manufacture and sal*' of spirituous and malt liquors: and. whi -reus the church is breaking its long neutrality in this mutter arid is taking a decided stand against the saloon and the liquor traffic; therefore, tie it resolved tha" this diocese In convention assembled af firms In unmistakable terms Its op position to the saloon and the liquor traffic ami pledge* its hearty support to every legitimate cffoil to abolish the same. The resolution ia scheduled for prompt endorsement by the couven tion. THINK MINE SUNK BATAVIA WASHINGTON, Mav 18.—That a mln° explosion probably- was respon sible for sinking the hutch steamer Hut avia V., was reported bv one of the survivors, Ambassador Page notified the state department. His inrsiage said: | “Batavia V.. hutrh steamship. Tll - Lury to Rotterdam, with passengers land cargo wa* sunk yesterday (Suu lay), at noon. Luigi Martini Man rlnl. wireless expert. American citi zen, New Mexico t Roswell), drown ed. Samuel Howard Comstock, i American citizen (Santa Monica, I Cal. I, and John Joseph Kalita, na tive American citizen, of Brooklyn. I Marconi operator, wore savt and Corn stock thinks explosion wan liy a mine.” i _ MOTORIST WHO KILLED BOY IS EXONERATED Alger Bedford, a two and a half 1 years old colored child, whose head was crushed by*an automobile truck, was found to have come to his | death through an unavoidable acci dent by e. corortr's jury which held an Inquest, Thursday morning, on the accident. The little colored fel ioa v.ns killed. Tuesday, at Wood ! bridge and RlopeHe-sts. Robert I Cooke was the driver of the truck which 1 elonped to Robert While, a groici. Albert Bedford la the lad's father. U. S Court To Resume. Jury trials will be resumed Mon day in the United States district court, the jury having been called hack for further service. Four criminal cases are on the docket. frtiitlni—tbf plain neat kind—that fa right—Ttno Jok Dept.—Mala t»2X THURSDAY, MAY 18, 11* i«. Roosevelt’s Swashbuckling Test of Christian Citizenship * Resented ; Finer Fealty Urged Theodore Roosevelt's icst of Chns ian citizenship as- vehemently and intolerantly set forth in his latest nook. "Fear God and Take Your Own Halt," uh* considered at the •;iid we. k meeting of th* First Cou i,r« gai ionul church, Wednesday night. The question was raised as io the soundness of the ex presi dent’? idea of Christian fidelity and heroism* Presiding in the absence of the pastor. James Sehernn rhorn said that while lie had always gladly ac cepted some sides of the preachment of t lie many-sided Roosevelt, he abominated this side. “It is not onlv entirely ou; of SLAYER OF POLICEMAN GETC LIFE Frank Oligschlager Pleads Guilty Before Judge Connolly PALS ALSO ARE SENTENCED Edward Wartner Re manded for Trial On Assault Charge Just six days after he shot and killed Patrolman I eland Alexander in an east side alley, Frank Oligsch lager, IS years old. confessed slayer, was sentenced, Thursday noon, to serve the real of his life In Mar quette prison by Judge Connolly, in the recorder's court. Edward Wartner. accused of shooting Mlnuteman Cornelius Ryan six hours after Alexander was killed, pleaded not guilty to a charge of as sault with Intent to kill and was ; remanded for trial Fred Krupa. Oligschlager and Wartner were charged with breaking and entering the confectionery store i of Ernest J. Mcnke two hours after ' Patrolman Alexander was killed. All j pleaded guilty to the charge Judge i Connolly sentenced Krupa nnd Wart ner to serve from five to 10 years in states prison, with the recomnien dation of the maximum penalty. Wartner was remanded to the coun ty Jail to await trial on the charge of shooting Patrolman Ryan. The action of the police and pros ecutor in taking the trio to the up per court directly after the police court hearing was entirely unex pected, The youths were taken he fore Police Justice Stein, where they waived police court examination. In rectly after their police court rec ords were completed and that infer matlon filed In the recorder’s court, they were taken before Judge Con nollv, Alexander’s widow, his moth**' and his brother. Claude Alexander were in the court room when sen tence was passed Mrs. Alexander cried softly as Oligschhigcr and» scribed his actions w’hen the officer was killed. After fnrniiilh accepting their pleas the Judge railed each one sep arately into a Jury room with .« stenographer, where a private ex amination was held. Returning to the room the judge placed Ollgschlager on the stand Inscribing his actions on the night of the killing, he said "We were standing on the corner by Pershon’s saloon when we »aw the policeman coming I jumped over a fence and ran through a yard. When I got into the alley I saw Alexander about If* feet be hind me. He hollered 'halt,' and fired two shots. I turned around and fired at him.*’ On the stand Krupa declared that did not see Alexander when he was but that he met Ollg sehlager and Wartner a little while after the killing. He said that they consonance with the spirit of Chrla tlaniiy but abhorrent to all God-fear ing men and women who hold that worldwide brotnerhood is the »-s scute of Christianity," he suid. Mr. Sehermerhorn continued: It 18 in obi and outrageous device of the politically umi commercially grasping to portray other peoples as our hated foes, against whose malign Intents w•• should arm to the teeth and spe**dl|> put self-announced sav iors of tin- national honor into office; but those who really fear God and seek to take their own part conscien tiously in forwarding the faith that declares "all ye are brethren." are di recting then prayers, their gifts and many of them thHr lives to the pro motion of international good will and ncighhorliness going not with tin sword hut th* cross to distant lands Tin- mini? t rations of the church In (Continued on l*aae Mne.l attempted to go to sleep in a field and i hen planned robbing a west side store. He said they went to «t tailor shop to break in but a wom an rapped on a window and fright ened them away. He said they then went to Men ke’s candy store on Third-ave.. and •Eddie tWartneri opened the door with hl.s keys. While they were in the place the proprietor fired a shot at them which they returned before leaving the place with $” in pennies and some cigars. He said that he had a revolver in his pocket while he was running away from Patrolman Alexander and that a policeman stopped him and searched his pockets without , finding the weapon. After his testimony on the stand, he was again placed in the prisoner s box. Addressing Oligschlager. Judge Connolly said. "Have you anything to say before the court passes sen tence on you for killing Patrolman Alexander?" Oligsehlagrr hung his head for a moment and said, "Nr.." “The courts and the community,’’ the Judge continued, “stand behind an officer of ihc law while he is pro tecting the rights and property of citizens. I will sentence you to serve the remainder of your natural life in the branch of the state peni tentiary at Marquette." "Yes. sir,” Oligschlager whispered, iiin ost incoherently, and sat down, vacantly studying the floor >f *.:e court room. Krupa and Wartner were then si ntenred on the charge of breaking and entering. In each case the judge recommended the maximum penalty. DETROITER IS ELECTED HEAD OF CONFERENCE BAY CITY, Mich., May 18—Rev. J. P. Hugett, of Detroit, was elected moderator al the annual choice of officers at this morning's session ot tlie state Congregational conference being held here. Assistant modern tor Is Rev. A. C. Dietenbach. of Ben ton Harbor: scribe. Rev. Georg Benford. and assistant scribe. L-v W. A. Cutler. Grass Lake The May, 1917. meeting will be held in Jackson and will commemorate the founding of the conference at that city 75 years before that time. The brotherhood banquet will be h' and tonight. DR. GRAYSON TO WED WARD OF MRS. WILSON WASHINGTON. May 18 - Or Carey T Grayson private physician and personal friend of President Wilson, will be married to Miss Alice Gertrude Gordon, the late ward of Mrs Wilson, at St. George’s Episcopal church, May ‘24, it was stated today. The wedding will he a very quiet affair, with no Invitations President ami Mrs. Wilsr- ate expected to attend the wedding. The Rev. W. J. Cox. of Philadel phia. will officiate a' the ceremony. Miss Gordon will have no atte«. dants. but Dr. Grayson will bo ac eompanied to the altar by !>r A M. Pauntleroy. V. S N. The annual convention of the United Commercial Travelers for ihc division of Illinois, will he in tertalned In Bloomington during the three days beginning today. PrtailßS—lbf Rials arat kind—tfcat Is rl*fct—'Times J*h 4'>.’<t. BIG SAFETY PROGRAM IS PLANNED Commission to Givq Demonstration On Streets In June WILL SHOW HOW TO AVOID DANGER School Children Ex pected to Take Prom inent Part June :t and 1 will be "Safety Kirn’ - days in Detroit, if the tenta tive plans of the commissioners of safety, outlined in a meeting in tlie city hall. Wednesday afternoon, are carried out. The commission ha* sent Byron S Aldrich, one of its tneubeis, to To ledo to study the campaign methods recently uf-ort there, trail he will re port at an early meeting. Street demonstrations, m which will be shown the mure common | causes of accidents, will be one of •the features of the program. It is • planned to rope off one of the down town streets, where there will be shown for the benefit of the spec tators various ways to avoid danger In down-town rush hours of traffic. School children will tnke a prom inent part in the (leruorstraiioas. GERMANS PUNNED TO HID REBELS Britain Knew In Ad vance of Irish Revolt, Probe Shows DELAYED ACTION, FEARING CARNAGE American Svmnathiz ers Aided Rebels With Money LONDON, May 18.—Jeremiah C. Lynch, of New York, a natur alized American citizen, was arrested for participating in the Irish rebellion and cou-t martial ea yesterday, the American con sul at Dublin wired the embassy this afternoon Lynch was to be sentenced today. BY UK IT ED PRESS. LONDON, May 18.— The British government ftnew several days in advance that the Irish rebel* planned open revolt, but did not disarm them, roaring groat blood shod. Mir Matthew Nathan, who re signed as under secretary for Tre land following the rebellion, made this admission today before the royal commission appointed to in vestigate the outbreaks. Throe days < I ontlnilrd on Pour Mar.) BALL GAME OFF; WET GROUNDS NEW VORK. May 18. The Amer 1 nan league hall game between De troit and Now York has boon post poned on account of wet grounds and cold weather. THE LUNCHING PROBLEM Ip solved, Hotel iJnswold noon dp S6c,—Adv. GERMAN RESIDENTS OF UNITED STATES TOLD BY BERHSTORFFTOOBEYLAW REFUSES TO DISMISS SCHOOLS Chadsey Says T. R.’s Visit Has Political Aspect CHILDREN MAY BE EXCUSED Colonel Roosevelt Will Not Visit Ford Plant Because of the political aspeet ot Theodore Roosevelt's visit to Detroit, Friday. I)r. Charles E. Chadsey, su perintendent of schools, has refused to dismiss tlie schools for the after noon, and children who wish to par ticipate in the reception for the ex president must obtain notes from their parents asking tor their release for the afternoon. Dr. Chadsey be lieves that it would be improper for hint to ask the board of education to close the schools, and so told the executive committee that is arrang ing tor the colonel’s visit at a luncheon in the Detroit Athletic club, Thursday noou. •• 11 is useless to attempt to dis guise the purpose of Mr. Roosevelt's visit here,” he said. "Even if there were not this political aspect, it would be impossible to arrange the appearance of tbe children in front of the D. A. C-, as has been planned by the committee. It Is too late to consider it, and it would necessarily have to be submitted to the board.' Schools will remain in session, ac cording to his edict. But no hind rance will be placed In the way of children who wish to hear and see Mr. Roosevelt The parents' permis sion will be absolutely necessary to their dismissal for the afternoon. I’oliee Commissioner John Gllles pie was present at the committee meeting, and assured the assem blage that the police had taken every measure possible to handle the crowds to advantage. Extru de tails will be on duty at all points along the colonel's Itinerary. It will be impossible lot Mr. Roosevelt to visit the Ford factory, although Mr. Ford has Invited him to Inspect the immense plant. Ills time will be fully engaged from the lime of his arrival at the Michigan Central depot at H ill o'clock until his departure. The committee's plans have received tit* indorsement of Mr. Roosevelt's secretary, 'it Me (•rath, anil undoubtedly will In ar rled out along the lin* originally planned ELECTION OF BISHOPS IS DEADLOCKED SARATOGA. N V . Mat 18. With a deadlock over the election of bish ops still unbroken, the Methodist general conference today laced the probability of long balloting for the seven new occupants of the Epis copacy. The fifth ballot, which was taken at 10 o'elork last night, wa** an nounced today when the session was convened None of the candidates had succeeded In securing the re quired two-thirds majority c;et a HEAL hair< i t for I.lc ift«-r a f.»w -penal treatment* Ter bat<ln* si*, lintel Griswold j«rb»r ■hop.—Adv. • ONE CENT. First Step In Campaign to Stop Alleged Outrages BERLIN BELIEVES ACTION IS WISE Wants to Show Amer ica Germany Doesn’t Approve Lawlessness WASHINGTON, May 18.~Th* first step In the new German paign to stop alleged lawlesaneaa by Germans in the United State* was announced by Ambassador Bernstorff today. The emboesy made the following formal iLai** ment: "In consequence of cases that have occurred of late German Am bassador BernstorfT sent Instruc tions to all the German consuls in the United States to strongly Im press on German cltisens living In their districts that it Is their duty to scrupulously obey the lawa of the states in which they reside." Although Von Bernstorff would not have issued such instructions without direction from Berlin, ft la known that he was instrumental in showing the German foreign office the wisdom of such a policy. He has. for some time, argued with Ber lin officials that notwithstanding Germany's official disclaimer of re sponsibility of German violations of I’nited States laws, such Indepen dent acts were doing the German cansp In America a jnV of harm, and that it would be wise for Germany to take even more ener getic steps to convince the United States that she was in no way re sponsible for what had occurred. (Continued on Pagr \lnr.) MAYO WILL COMMAND FLEET Atlantic Division Taken From Admiral Fletcher’s Charge WASHINGTON. May 18,-tFollow iug a conference between Secretary us the Navy Dtini«ls aid President Wilson today It was learned the At lantic licet will be re-orgamx*-d and anew «ommander nanteu tc succeed A Imiral Fletcher. Admiral Mavo will -lice*cd At rnirul Fletcher. The i hange will be made June 19. Rear-Admiral 1> \V. Coffman, of the Seventh division, will succeed Mavo and the detail of Fletcher to Important shore service will be an nounced Inter. Fletcher, In June, will have completed about the usual time of service in his position—one year and nine months. Mayo is the man who the trouble with Huerta which re sulted in the occupation of Vera t'ni7 by American forces. Mayo In- Mst.-tl that Huerta salute the Amer- U.tn flag because of the arrest of \merlcans at Tantpleo when tfc**r went ashore to get mail. DON ('. McCORD TAKES NEW BERTH Don t'. McCord. one of tbe pion eers and one of the pest-known fig ures in the automobile world, has resigned his position as manager or Harris Brother* Cos., Detroit, to ac cept the position as general man ager of the Banker*' Commercial corporation, with headquarter# at No. II Wall st.. New York. Fishing Smack Sunk LONDON. May 18.—The fTshtng smack Research has been sunk. One of her crew was killed and two lb jured. The rcat were leaded.