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SUBURBAN
_ NEWS |
Bond issue
I IS APPROVED
ffciodott* A 100 Indorses Park
Purchase Propo
sition
■WYANDOTTE, Mich.. June 7
With • surplus of mort' than 17'*
! At*#' over the required two-third-.
Em* a margin of 22 votes over
BElvrfOtes. neceaaary. the $&0.0oo
propoaiilou. and the
fc&gtJ*mrckji*e proposition, respei*
MSlf, were approved by the
lectors of the city at the pse
iSkl election held Tnesffuy. The
Mo questions were given a “>«*'
I*' rverv precin* t hut on*.
KTflfkYproportion lowing out
Me foutih division The heavy vole
H the iaaues was due to a great
{Blent to the feminine vote, which
Km 4 out in great style for the
election.
,fThe vote bv precincts was as fol
|Bw* for the paving proposition
Kfirst: Yea—2so: No—2*. S*t
yfid: Yes—-203 No—3l Third
■bn—lM: No —57 Fourth: Yes
No-31. Total: Yes—77l
fatal No—l3o.
For the park purchase the vote
Bsmt
First: Yes —221: No —5k Second:
■***-221: No—74. Third- Yes
Bg; No —65. Fourth: Yes —56; No
UkgO. Total Yes —62»*. Total No—
V 5 ’
sjEfbe city commission will hold an
IllJourned meeting Wednesday
Wght to plan on thr improvements
’wted Tuesday.
|SK PAVEMENT
[FOR PINE STREET
Swith the approval of the $30,006
Banding proposition by the city
Viators. Tuesday, came the filing
* the Drst new petition for the Inv
Movement of s street. Pincst. prop
Sty owners praying the commis
Mm to pave that street with con
ipete. This petition was referred,
E Commissioner Cramer, until ac- 1
■pn on the other paving and street
Knrovement petitions are taken.
contracts were let to Cassidy
it Cos., as the lowest bidder. The
Itogant Stove Cos., successors to the
piromont Stove Cos., with a plant on
Iftzlberry-st., were granted conces
sion* of free water and taxes for
n oortam time, the same as to the ,
old company, with the exception.!
that municipal power heretofore fur- 1
ptahed them at 1 3 4 cents a K. W ,
Was boosted to 3 cents, with a mini-
Ihum rite of 50 cents per H. TV, a
month.
1 HIGHLAND PARK
t Min jflflady* Ohamplin. of Xo. »»
Mlta«&avr., ha* recovered fr<*w
ilm Hlllflia "f aeveral day '* dirrntlen
-■ Ktaa .Ruth Bradley and Ml**
Marion Ihradley. of N<t. 321 fort land
“'i’SV#.. h*TP returned to their home
Softer a v ahort vialt with rrioiucs at
K' Mla« Laura Booth. «>f No. 24a Ty
f';l*r-ave., ha* recovered front an ill -
iJMa* Os • few dav*
KT, Mr. and Mn. Rice moved Tueaday
ftrom No. 20* Buena Vi.«ta-ave e**t
Ito Birmingham, Mich,
fr. Mlaa liable Jack.-on of Yp*ilantl,
rfr* been the aur*t of Mi** fieri ha
fKEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES—Hannibal Is Rather “Touchy.”
OH OEAft. ■WERES ALWAYS] DO”' 1 WORfty r— — "~1 ’ O.STO U s &INiS 1 f. , ftT 7ZZ 1 , BELLA OONN* SOYS A* —ALL OVER. VIRGINIA FO’ TVEItJ.
•SOIUTHtNG TO UORICy II CLARICE OL HEY-WHATSTH ' 0 YOu | WEARS 3: Z£ 14 OHOE3 I CLASSY FEET? THESE HERE
AOOUT*- HANNIQaL 3AY3 He ILL G P U,TH 9 INSULTED'-'* IM3UL.T£D* rVg n * LOOK ZHOI2 AH. ONLY NUnOta
IS GOING TO LEAVE US? Hi WH * T , 3 v Y ° U ****'o^ 9 j v- J LIKE Gon QOAT3? VJHY ELEVENS, Aw’ AH CAN
B**miADONN* THE . L WR ° NG J Y ' | HiSTO HA \rlV
ICOOK OONT GET ALONG- Y j FAH.&LY 13 FAHOUS- '
' w 'a- 7 W
DICKY DIPPY’S DIARY.
fjMMBt>MKvSOAV: TOOVT A LON<F - The FARMf Rj IN ALAVM I EXCLAIMED:
TMK COUNTRY YES TEW DAY I I LOST MV WAY. EO IF -SOMEONE A/OULO DRIVE ME. To "BUT 'T (5 (SETTINQ DARK AND l SHALL,
i XrrtRNOOM the nearest STATION LOSE THt
I "CAN'T do iT lSTßakngfp. mv MOSS <5 WAAL,IT«S JSCCH AM ALL FIRED SAD
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Little Pal Discovers a Greai Hunter.
" ~ " I ' -,, , M ''l , > f DiOJT l Live »m I
T~ _ 1 \ O‘D NOU EVER CjO / TH SOUTVIAjUFST P,
INC OUGHT TO GO 1 FROM Th *? 1 \ oOUTH wfcoT
MOOSE HUNTING,ANNIE, \ SOUTH WEST OJ ' K •J l , * ; '
SO’s UJt'LL HAVE a J i.— 7 - j (
>lace r move into n,
AS SOON AS UjE ARE t f V * I D t 1
MARQtEO* r J —r |# 1
c l — jc i mKv
' a est? t> *vf
- ■^NiHnaff
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1 DON'T HNO\M - I I O'ON'T I SEE MANV . 1 UJtrLL OWE ' r ME U,’E j
JhATSTu-SOUTH i A CVCLONE An f
WEST 6 OOT t%O i O'DNT MV father* BEFORE WE FOUNO t h at , •
kjrrvi MOUSE - J 1 house GET Blown) e house- J ,-L,
\ HuNTiN, AnVUjAV r| ! T * p OUNDA7WSf* T V <
L -■
acniti of No. jso *.ilendale-a'e .
for ?*e\ era 1 <la> «
Miss Allie tirown, <>f N« " *' -
rrl) ».. is e?it*rtaintr»B at h«*r h>>n-» . |
Mi-s Mamie ftolx-rtson and Mi>s Net
lie Itoto rtson. of Tr»iKf«» 1 it'
Frank Ix'rang. of No 145 A\alon
ave , left AVertneiklaj to «pen<l a week
m th frit nd sain Chi * *■-
Raymond Bowers, of \nn \rhor
has returne.l to hi* hone ei'f'-r a
short stay with hi* aister Mrs J
Cor in. »*f No ;5o Tvler-ave.
Mr h ii<l Mr*. 11 F H<-we snd fa i:* -
fly have moved front No jay Mon -
tere\-a*e.. to No IV* Monterey-av e
Miss Marion Simons of No STtl
W'u.«jw a rd-av e . spent Tuesday at
Koval Oak with fr;ends.
Miss Alice Phillips of No 4« MWt
land-avc.. i» ct'nlined to her hi’m*
through
Mtsa Dorothv Uever ha* returned to
h*-r home at No .1 t; M ntert y ■
after a visit of a few days with re
latives nt Fair ITaven
Mi*a Hertha Wagnlta. of No :• >
Qlendale-ave. entertained Mondav
evening. 10 guests at a hirthda*
party.
Mr. and Mrs P. TANARUS» P*ake moved
Tueadav from Nu IXnuena Vista
ave west, to So. 3 Trumhiill-ave
Edgar Elliott, of No S!?? Wood
ward-ave., 1* very ill with •• arlet
fever.
Miss Ix-tha Turk of Dexter. Mich .
ha* been visiting friend* In the park
for a number of .lavs
Mis* Eleanor tlantel of No ?*>«
Grand-ave east. Is confined to her
home through a very serious illness
Mr arvd Mr*. .1. Dewitt. formetl> ■ f
No HI Aval<>n-ave.. are now making
their hmn»- at No. I*7 Avalon-.v e.
Mrs. W C Morgan and children
have rttprned from several week"'
visit at eastern point* of Interest,
including N*w York city. Washington
and Pittsburgh.
Fharle* \ Denton, rs No t* Mid
land-ave. is verv ill at hi* home
Mr and Mr*. Kellogg moved Tues
day front No. 15C Elmhurst-a- e.. tu
No I*s Elmhiirat-ave
Miaa Mildred Reamabott«>ni. ha* re.
turned to her home at Hwlehurv.
Ont . iftet a visit of several month*
wth Mr an«J Mr* W. 11. Reamsbot
tom. of No. ?7 Klorenee-ave
Sam Thompson and George Floyd
of Dayton. «w ere sentenced to '.d
da vs In th* Detroit Hotja* of
ie. ti<«ri l.y Justice Marshall for being
disorderly person*
Jamea La wry. of No 1! Eurlid
ave. west, was arraigned In Justice
lanacsn • court ror v ••iitiv.g
traffic i r<lm»r es Me was fined t "
and ti . ctj.
Hainahad Nes«er. -f N->
Kru-li-st . wa * arraigned »n ' e
lanaisn * j rt on a h-i u- of .) --
orderlv conduct 11* paid .» ' > • < f
>ls and 4ld o*ta
Mr and Mrs i'harl*« NN.-svr i '
daughter, IPame. of N IIT * rt*
land-ave. moved W'edneadaj t- De
troit
'I he follow cjt were fined hv T f"'*
lainaaan for violating tie tr* f • r
dir,an - Mill ti Bennett. fNo
. $ md it W»
glaont • n .
a»e flu sml f* ost«. and t'lartn •
Apple, ,f No I*.’ Pit- r.er-a -*, st
and $*
M:re MaMe K'nner. of N 2• ■ *
• ’ortland-ava.. has rogumei
short stay at T'air Haven
?*j»v ata Kacga a domesn worker
at No If 7 Cottage <7r- .e-.\e. ha
been fined 4»- coats * v J sroe Ivui
actp » court on a i n»rg* of assault
and battery. _
NORTH YILLE
A reota will be given bv th< plan
pupn* of Guy C Filkina »t the Meth- (
odist Kpia< opal church W edneaday
evening to who I. admits -n is ga nwi
by invitation Their taking part in
the program an- the Misses Marion
Montgomery. Genevieve f’a rrienter.
Aline Thompson. Kathleen Bovee.
I >«*rotby Stanley Madeleine Barnum.
June KHKins Keva Schrader «Jep
trude Kenyon of Plytn* uth. lH,ri«
tela, CocloJa Nlueller. Marjorie Ta>ior.
Mary Klien Mur.ro Eunice Mart man.
Mr* Harry K Taft and Mess’-* Mal
<jo Elliott. Stuart Coif and >< ott
Montgomery
Mr and Mrs. A B Ransom and
family, formerly «>f M Indaor. are n> *
occupying the J t> Knapp r*siden< e
on the Fishery-rd whb h they re
i ently purchased < f the Vorthvllle
l-arms Cos
J. M Dixon was taken * *Jra* e
hospital. Detroit. Friday f-r an op
» r ation on hi* e> es
Albert Kohler, eight-year- >’d * n
of Mr and M rs. K A K -
ills left leg above the kn* w Y
playing »n the *> hicd grounds To* «-
day mc-rning The tv v *a* being
drawn upward on a ref* attached to
a tree and which had been i;«*d ti
the workmen tearing down th* o’d
DETROIT TIMES
-..h. ' I, ■! Ib**n g * ' t • *- " - '*
■ i IDnry reduced the fracture
amt f t !• v wm.,, . v. i
. r ’ is p.< .pi east of tow n
Th- • u older of Knight* Teinp
, \i : • «vc heie on <r w ‘Si car*, ac -
. . mpanb I by the Northvlllf hand
> 1 . -is;- en. amp
i . ’ m Detroit, \\ • dnes.lay tnorn
. ■ • . ' - • 1 - '<
* 1! wed to a-company the party.
\ ■ .i. . ..as Ini- g.t. s, lion
r < a'hietir p*lK ground*
, • tra- k, Tuesday afternoon
at meeting of the Mo
on * *' ristian Ternpeiance union
•n* * and in Mo i me ~f Mrs Fharle*
H » Jren. M -ndav afternoon
Fi:iolren* day exercises will he eh
.. v«d n rne Methodist Episcopal
~ la tune II
The Miss .-n t'trcle of th» First
at t a I meet In til* par
sonage this cven:ng
The May-o i'-xpt s’ association w*ill
i- .1 it* ni-tt ng in th- Wixum Bap
,- church t -Jay and Thursday. Rev
F \ l’.ia«s. Mr* ftiass and several
r ont here will he n attendance
MT. CLEMENS
Rumor is * urrent that Herman M
I.ehnk*. •••: manv year* cashier with
the Fiin*n * Kaving* b«nk, and who
i*r -nt v severed hi* connection* with
that institution, is to he a candidate
'or county treasurer to succeed the
present in* iimbent. William Kruse,
win- wili retire in the fall. Mr Rehn
- idn t* that * • t r --de-ing the
advisihil ty of making th* run In
M»*i. he served a* deputy treasurer,
ami has been treasurer of the Mt.
Clemen* republican club for 14 v*»rt
■ ement .► as been mad- *-f
th* .- ming marriage of Mi*» Mar
garet Kpier. daughter of Judge and
Mi* > ft. Sp.er. and Mr Miller.
mug ’- s ning In the I >e
tioii public school* "Che ceremtiny
to ’ak* pin* • the latter r*rt of the
present month
Charging that her husband ha*
been extremely PejFer-ffuJ. that he
has d:»regarded the marriage vows
in g"n* r a v.n<l that on several occa
sions he ha* ordered her from the
house Mar Warner, **ed 19. by
rev* fi i*r,d Kva Sc h wark. has s*art
<*l a sui* f- id vc-rce in circuit court
fr* •n Mi i am Warner, a |o*al engi
neer
Fharles Ha l f Detroit, a guest in
on South Ui attot-av#., wa* injured j
Tueadav when struck In the forehead
i, ,i stray bullet from a 22 calibre
i iff. It i« nol believed the wound
v»iu prove serious, unless infeclkui
should develop . . _
The police ate holding Jack Doug
ia*. an employ*' i *f * local garage, wno
ha* conDssed that he took a pocket
book containing Ilk from his employ*
' P The annual exhibit of th# work of
(h» j upiis in the public schools, in ,
manual training, domestic science and
lira* nx staited today tn the high
>. h. and auditorium
IV minent among the Juna wed
dings # is that of Mias Eltaabeth Fer
tuion and Harry Harma. both popu
lai ' in* people The caremony will
he * lemnlssd In the German Trinity
Lutheran chuich on the evening of
Juna l Oth.
1'- sec itlng Attorney Kent la In
_\tt Vernon today where he ia ad
j, r «« ng the M ashing t’ ri t-arnnrs
club, in annual session there-
WYANDOTTE
I c M arttig. of Reohrig Bros Cos . I
vvi attend th*’ tunerat Thursday, in'
Deti .t. ■ f hi* * n Benjamin. 4«. who
died Tuesday -4
v. Fentral railroad offle tal*
ha> ■ approved tiie opening »>f tlrove-j
*t ..vei their tracks
M > Lillian Horn, t'hesanlng. a for- I
n , • esiient. i* vi si ting frlenda here.;
.* \ii * i. I McCarty. w«i
ruit-si are paient* of a aon burn
bgtut day , . .
Re* i *r meeting of the Neighbor
hood Fissure < lub will he held W ed- •
Ue*dH' night in Ai belter ball.
\l - \ugust C Hochbaum. \Jra
| ete- hwirb and Mi* Henry Nei
fc : *>*• attending the Ladle* Vi bel
le . nventlon in Ja<‘k*on. June i 7
and ' a* delegates of the local society.
F t' Treasurer James Headman re
p,,i •ed a balance of INS 434 47 in the
muni* pal fund* June 1.
«;*. -ge Shafer, te*ident of Ecor*e
to* null p Wednesday afternoon mar
ried M ss K ir Gladden, of Taylor, tn
Trimly church, at J p m Rev. F
K h iei ff iat*d The couple was
attended bv the Ml*#** Leona Bv'ndie
and 1.1 M kie arvd by Messrs Frank
.vh.i n ai I John Schafer.
i*l seivbes f* r th** late M’’*
f;. u • l*h, j.. a former reaidetit (
Wedneaday
in I • rr u after * yei»r » illness, will
be •: l fr hi the residence of her
in \ , William Clark. Poplar and
y ~ and from St Patrick*
Mt ‘"armel
~. -’,r\ Th Tar*- 1 has nnt hren ;
, v 1 e; *h ai a
a -band tvv . ilxughters Mr* John
K• nr.< y Flir t. uid Mrs George !
H ft e Myand-’tte. four *on*.
\\ 0.. !,n) ‘ John and James, all
* ... .1 five brothers
, Ma .on Baxter Rebekah
.. ast night in a meeting
i- w* tetnple. are Nobl«
grai’ ; Lulu Anthonv vtce-gran*!. ■
V . i:-i*t/ recording secretary. .
A. inan, ia I secretary. Hej -
tns -i* nhauer treasurer Mrs. Jo
g '.ruin fir*: representative to
the „ ,u>.| -Ige, Mre Bert Philp< rt.i
ae, r l Bertha stcinhautr.
YPSILANTI
Mrs «arah J WlJcox of P Huron-j
11 „ n the sic k list.
Prof and Mrs Webster Pearc#. Dr i
and Mrs A H l.ees.-n and Mr and '
'lrs F F t’om«to* k and several oth- i
ers ’ red t*. Ridgeway Tueaday
eve*, ng nnl attended «n annual ban
u:iet h> the Meth*dist Kpi**'o
pal * n ir<-h at that place to invited
member* ~,f the Y'psPanii. Adrian.
V inton and Ir.indee churvjte*
Th*’ pupils of Miss \ era Thorn will
• ntertain their m*»thers on a date tv* j
he m-t ate; «ft* i the c|. »*j vs school
at the «t olio of Nliss Vera Thorn.
The rmai has* hall team will j
t* h \ a gam* Thursday w ith the Fni
vers’ty f l»et! it team, at Detroit 1
tm katurdav the team will play the
last game * f the .4,a«*,n, her*, with
th* 'lt Pleasant team
M and Mrs F L Shaefer are pre
taiing to move t' their newly pur
. has-d home t -n K Washington-**,
n hi* h has »een vacated by the Har
per family.
Clarence Ponton of the high school
graduating class will take part tn
the Willie and Derbyshire W. F T
t* crstorical contest which will he
( Tv#n rn Tr e -vrirng ctinrcfi The TiTTer" 1
part of June
Flarenc** Davis of 4tory Freek was
lr th* city Tuesday *n r<*ute for !*•-
tioit where he has be, n draw n on
tn* federal Jury.
A number from the local Raptiat
hutch attended the meetings of the
Washtenaw Baptist association which
met in the ,\rn Arbor h ,r* h yester
day and today Re* and Mr* M H.
Pettitt were among the number who
attended. Subject* of -Ital Interest
were dismissed .Speakers were
le*R* y Waterman and Prof. W D
Henderson, of the t'nl verslty of
Michigan faculty I»r .1 W Hoyt, of
Jackson. Rev F B Haggard, of T »e
--v i«>1 1 Mrs W T Elmr-re. of India,
and Rev. N f. Fetter, of Ann Arbor
Mr* Frank kmith ha* returned to
her horn* *n D*xt*r after a s#**^-* 1
da\« visit *■ the home rs Nfr« M'iton
-By Leo.
Amazing Values In
300 NEW SUITS 3
At $25 00 P
Women’s—Misses jw
These are the best suits of the season—the very ones that are in
greatest favor at the present moment. Many models in silk and wool
.Jersey, Tat!eta. <.abardine, Velour Cloth Novelty Checks and B*l*l*Ml jjL.
in smart new colorings and interesting styles. Values extraordinary.
NEWSKIRTS Jr
Skirts of plain Taffeta, Plaid Taffeta and
fancy stripes in every favored summer If
103 ij 1 \\Jl street wear in checks, Velours, Serge and
% plaid Taffeta combinations, (iabardines a
and fancies. All sizes, including stouts. Q
New Wash Sports Skirts k»
New model* in iwmng stripe*. wa*h corduroy*. Bedford a m m3
cord* and cotton gabardine*—with all the variation* of V 3 f M
•port* skirt belt*, yoke* and big pitch pocket*. Large m\3 s3
pearl button trimming*, mmti' and all women'* size*. m/g.
New Arrivals -**~.3*+*m*"*~' New Arrivals fl
Silk Sweaters ‘KihlFflFl (0 Silk Sweaters sL
$5.00 up $5.00 u P ««
Booth on Sh*rldan-*ve
*'h«* K Breining. of th* poMoff. «\
I# taking a va• ■ alton
Th* UaDhtoikn 1 Count> Pmnrer
»n.l lliaton-al *m»K-tiitlon will hold
thrir n*\t Hfirniat »u**tlng nevt
n**di»> in sh»- ' '.mgt .-g.*’ "n»l < hur> h
in ■ 'hel*«*a. John A. M •Dongali B
t> K*llv and A H <»rav •‘a. of Yp#i
lantl *r* m*mh*rw of ih* reeeptinn
*nd introduction and fl».an< •’ rommif
t#** who will **r\** that day
Mr* Frank Fltagerald of Brook
iyn. l a %i9lt.P* her *l*»rr, Mr* H I>
Slh|«w k. of
l.vmin Wlard i* .pending th* »>fk
with h:* grandparent*. Mr and Mr*
(’ha* near Kaw *op\lll.
The Willi* and r»*r*\ *hlr*- TV f*
T l* will rarr> out a flowei mi**.<>n
am program n»\t Tue*da> afi.r
n«>. n at the home of Mr* Ira Fuller.
C .1 Harrt*. of Augu*ta tnwnrhlp
la In St Joseph* hoapital. Ann -
hor. where he wept for an operation
Norval A. Hawking. «*l** manager
«... Ford Motor Cos., who I* to s *
on» of the kevnote addreaaea at the
nates ongrea* to he held n r»etrop.
July !*-13 i* a former Ypsllantt Toy
who has many relative* an>l da
In Ypailanti.
ROYAL OAK.
M.a* V'eatenharger. of Kl*hth-*t,
la aerloual) HL
ISTfT rngrte* ttHmtgtt Mr* hem «-
Hir.g friend* in the northern part of
the state
<* <>. Bethk* ha* returned t n v*T
Oak to All a position a* operator at
the Grand Trunk depot
Churl** Mertrlek. of the S*ven-
Mije-rd. has typhoid fever
M ■* Freda Mil*ln**r has returned
from a few day* vi*M In Ann Arhor.
Mr and Mr* K S Hunt and < hil
drep. of oxford, are spending a few
da,- r with Mrs Theodor* ftegltn. of
N’oith Wa*hlrg'ors ave
Mrs John Stahl and daughter.
B’lth. of Poplar Park are visiting in
8..' City
Misses Kdtth and Nora r ’*rr hav«
returned frorr a visit to Ypsllanti
A union meeting of the Woman's
Home and Foreign Mi*l*nn*r\ *o«-ie
t e* of the M F. ehur<'h. Will he h*M
In the home of Mr* Kdwln Starr to-
—By POP.
—By SINNOTT.
WEDNESDAY, JI’NE 7, 1916.
Outbursts of Everett True.
fTONKiHATUCATe MS, OLO KAN
h eLgcrgp ![_p
’ 3«FOR* p*a«F
rctc m« u my you VMvoo. Yoo« that I
To <Z*T IHTO that KOVCI> KISAPFKOePi AT«S
ormce. i t < i C[Ti ruNcs, or p*
PA yy ACTING Tj
n I>o TOO Pies AN To
| N 31N OATS that a
M Politician of Ti?oß.
~~~
morrow. A bu*tn**« meeting will be
held In the forenoon sfter which *
luncheon will he »»rviwl, » social hour
held. and * program given The I*-
die* «if the auxiliary of Troy will be
th* |g«ltf
\fi«s Huth Rothschild. of Montreal.
I* vlsltln* a few *»<■!(« w th her *l*-
ter. Mr a. M. O Fisher. of I'lawnon.
RIVER ROUGE
Knight* of Pyth'.aa lodge No 237
Will hold memorial *erv!<’*» Utinday
afternoon In the Church of the Ad
vent, with a *ermon by the R«r H
A Ridley. Pythian* will meet In
Burke hall at i 30 ... .
O. L. of L Dramatic club will hold
a meeting Wednesday night In O I*
of 1* achool hall.
ECORSE
Women* Rellrf Corps elected th*
following delegate* tr. the atate con
vention In Ha» City Mr*. I V , *chen.
dflegate and .Mr* William M<■l to rut Id,
alternate. A number of W. R. C.
member* of the local ramp will at
tend the convention
Many boat houae realdent* woke tip
Wednesday morning to fa< e flood
ronditlon*. Bome of the liver front
building* were under water and the
occupant* unable to get to land
FORD
Officer* of the etudent* In the local
eighth grade*, who will graduate on
June if. are: <»e..rg- < >rb*n. pre* -
dent; Margaret II Wiley, vlre-prea *
dent; George Doherty, ««■> retary, \\ ll
llain T Morley. treasurer; KIl Thay.
er. Theodore C. La beau. Walter A.
Balkn, Creola A Harmon, Monelia
Roberts and Alfred Sldehotfom
TRENTON
Pre*bvt*rlan Voting Men will meet
Thursday night In the church, to lis
ten to a Detroit speaker and to par
take In a ''feed,"
The annunl convention of th*
Michigan State Miller*’ association
will meet In Ann Arbor today for a
easal'-n of two days.
CABCAROYAL PILLS CORRECT
Moat laxative and cathartic modi
cine* tend to aggravate constipation
Blackburn’* G**caßo.val Pill* really
are corrective. Take one each night
for a week or two. Right away you'll
feel better and anon you'll be cured.
10c and 25c.—Adv.
By Condo
WOMAN OF 83 IS
G O. P. DELEGATE
BY VriTED PR FSB.
CHICAGO. June 7. —Three women
are sitting a* delegate* In the Re
publican convention today—and
they *re standpatter*.
Mr*. Olive Cole, of t,os Angele*.
"dean” of the women delegate*, la
83 year* old, and takes from for
mer Senator Ohanneey M. Dspev
the honor of being the oldeat dele
gate in the convention. Mra. Cole’s
hair la snowy white.
Mra. Annie Krebs, of Bnn Fran
cisco, and Mr* F'rank Lusk, of Mis
soula. Mont., are the other women
delegate* to the Republican con
vention. With Mr* Cole, they are
orthodox Republicans, differing rsd
leally from the 33 women reformer*
*nd social worker* of the Progres
sive convention.
"I'm a plain, ordinary Republican,
and like my politic* without any
frill*." Mr*. Lusk said today. "It
I* not a compliment to say women
could not organize, and take their
defeats within the organization like
—well, like men. There's no*
much need to preach Individualism
to Amerlrsns. We need more reg
ularity."
TODAY’S BALL GAMES
American.
Boston st Tboiolt; rsln.
New York at Ht, l/nits; clear,
Washington et Cleveland; rain.
Philadelphia at Chicago, rain
National.
»’l' st nrgh at N< w York; rain.
Clnelnnatl at Brooklyn; rain
Chle*gn at Philadelphia. rain.
81. I .on I* at Boston: cloudy.
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la r^at—Time* J*k Of|t. ■ Rata «R3S

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