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SUBURBAN # NEWS I ISCHOOL HOARD | DEADLOCKED K WYANDOTTE. Mich, June 9 fcfrhert are no poaeibilii le# of bar t; ■»«*»> b.i «ron the two tactions of Board of Education, which hav*» i Imii ded licked since ihe last school •lection, before the July election, at | Which aticcessors to W W Bishop |_ Md W. E Wilson arc to be chosen Hut two candidates are said to be P In the field thus far —W E. Wilson, p lor re-election. and. according to Hpionda. Howard Baxter, although B the luttet has n<»t announced his f candidacy. P When the election of officer* wa* i kekl last fall, the hoard became, di | | yided over the selection ot president, j | and after more than 7uU ballots, the > E*ad lock atlll continued, so W. E. I f, Wilaon. secretary of the last board. urna declared by Attorney General lo b* the o«>y existing offl $ t*r, and for all the ensuing ineet | Jpgs, Wilson was the only official. No chance of the truce being broken | In fore the election, exists, said on. 1 I member of the Lofcld. Cooper-Smith. WYANI/OTTE Mich, June 9 I'Mias Jdaigaret A. 0. Smith, of Ford. Pirns married Thursday to George M. I Cooper, ol Wyandotte, in the hcn»e her sister, Mr*. W. J ilenry. j pLovstt-st, Detroit. I>r. Mayson H |Baa-ell. of the Wyandotte Presby- 1 ■ tertan chutch. officiated The couple ! liras attended by Miss Barbara Craw- j |;jbrd and James Smith. The voting ' people will make their home in Ford , lUny Ford and Wyandotte people at- , i landed the wadding. t HIGHLAND PARK * Geos’** 'ffetoonewan. of No Ml "’eat Buftm pa««»»> has movered from a •vtnre attack of pneumonia / ta r . and Mrs. G. Hltsemann moved MndHHCb from No. 2741 Woodwjrd to Ko. M3 Far rand Bark. Ho*a McClellan has returned to his home St No. 43 Buena Vleta-ave west tatter son l ft# at Toronto. <jn' where SSS'baa been visiting relatives , ffl MlsaVKm Jtoker, of No. St Anioin utifj Thursday afternoon and eviinWK M Carle ton. Mich. Mrs. O. Jfe Whitman, of No. I 3*> Candler-awe* la •ertoualv ill. Olen Rlffdlcr has returned to *sr home at Hharron. Penn., after a It-day*' visit with Mr and Mrs. cjurlim qusßtrdl of No. 213 Glen 4al*-ave. Mr. Patera and family, formerly at Ms. Mi Wa?«rl>-ave.. are now in*k |m thdr home at Mo. lit Htll-ave. Mr JMtd Mrs. D. M Houghton, of .Mm fc7M Woodward-ave.. have left *ftor Ihelr home at Caaa City to spenu Juts summer months. Westoott. of No. M3 Buena Vista-ave west, haa recovered from a alight operation. : Mias A. B. Phlllipps. of Elmhurst gfs,, has returned home after a visit Hi nar home at Cort wright, «>nt. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burgess, of Mo. 44( OlMidale-ave.. have moved to , Ho. flv Holbrook-ave. tfoa B. Coe, of No. 117 Windemere rWffy la confined to hia home through Mr. aaa Mrs. H. R Bogarth. who ;||f« hsan guests of Mr. end Mrs. O. If. Dailey, of No. 154 Louise-ave.. Agvs returned to their home at i Mat TWV H. Heed, of No. 57 Buena Vlata-atra. east, left Thursday for Branch. Mich., where she will Http, ||m next two months wlthrela £Tq< Potter, of No. 139 Cortland ava.. la 111 In nla home. ' ’'■MWM Robinson, ot Havenna. 0.. Is 'rngKiag Mr. and Mrs. W. Toogood. of flit it winona-Ave. Donald Hechter, of No. 115 Ferrla ave.. la suffering from a broken arm Which he sustained this week. '. Edwin Root, of No. 135 Waverly ava~ haa returned home from an ex* tanged trip through the west. ifir. and Mrs. H. E. Morley and fam ily, moved Thursday from No. 121 ! pflgrtm-ave., to No. 135* Trumbull : thorns* Ledman, of No 32 Tsss- ) dana-ave.. has recovered from a ser ious attack of pneumonia Mr. and Mra Floyd E Andrews, of Raw Baltimore, are being entertain ed Hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews, of Eason-ave. Maynard Wimble, of No. 11l Wa varly-ave., who has been veVy ill With scarlet fever for some time, is rapidly convalescing Miss Irens Ringleton. of Flint, is now making her home with Miss Charlotte Reed, of No. 57 Avalon goa.. for several months, y Mr. Hockey and family moved on Thursday from No !30«4 Avslon-ave. m No. 225 Avalon-sve. ~. Mrs. Bpaidtna..of fleresford-ave , Is Confined to her home through a ser |w Itlness v Wilber Coons, of No. 72 Mssss dhusetts-ave. who recently under went an operation for appendicitis, has had a sudden relapse and is In a Serious condition at Grace hospital Mr. and Mrs Hedgcoek and family, formerly of No 132 Keoi!worth-av»- are now making their home at No 40 Buena Visla-ave. west. Arnet Jones, of No. 35 Trumhull ave., has recovered from a severe st- Igck of scarlet fever 'H ROYAL OAK. The baccalaureate sermon will be .. preached to the Seniors of the hlwh . school next Xunday. t'lsss day and Commencement come on Wednesday V and Thiirsdny, June 14 and 16. re "•poctively. Andrew White has returned from a business trip in the state, f-i' The guild of Ht. John's Mission will ' hold a aale of baked goods and mls eellgneous articles tomorrow after pods’ at the church house on F'lfth a»4 Wllllams-sta. Mr. and Mrs. t’hsrles Martin en tertained aeveral guests Wednesday Work has been commenced on the fJMkAVd addition to the new high ; school building. i The school board has purchased f fye acres of land at Woodward-ave. gjtd Flrst-st., upon which it proposes ie build anew ward school. The uoard is also trying to obtain anew Mte in U>e eastern part of the tow n | v Mra Emma Halsey, formerly of . Xlfir wdavef, has moved Into her n*w . pome on North j Hartrlck and Lavsrv are enlarging .fihel** office rooms In the Merritt . OsBOOd, of Royal Oak town ahip. has been Selected n, a circuit Aourt Juror to serve at the neat term K pf otrcult court T Mrt. F.mms Brown, of Detroit has fetumed home after a visit with her I'MMBor, Henry Wheeler. uZ Mts V, firolUard has gone to jkJßaotiaga and Orand Haplds for the Mra. y Wilding ha» e rod from Main-si to anew home , pit Weot Ninth-«t jfj The Oddfellow* and Rebekahs gave A Social at the Masonic hall last Frl ( iay rvenlng The pn»reeil* went to ward the counry centennial celehra- Baxter, of North Main *t i> I ' jHrtpaslv 111 at h*r home m, YPSILANTI HLv 4 . auMpaaMos ; Miss Neva i Sr< * c dsuahter of \|, f ‘wflwik will teach next veer in M ffirslat meeting of the lunior IBJmrp aMi will be a«iu xatu»d«>.i Little Pal Won’t Pay High Rent. IT* a dandy j >-SSTsSSSK'tf «2uss&Br AIWRTMBaT. AU. 7n„L ?BS TO Him KNOW aio«T ww - j rrx-. OOVAMCO nee TM . 1 icoo A near - aai^«' T Si -- ~ ~ ''' '” M — —— ■ — 1 ■ - ( I * T I I DON’T WANT THAT June 17, at the studio of M.*s Vers Thorn. The i.'ongreiiHttonal llom* Mission ary s<>ctet> mrt for the luat tin»> un til fall. I iiureda> afternoon. >n the home of Mrs. Dole, on North Hamil ton-st Miss Catherine E. Corbett, former Central school teacher who i* a crltn teacher in the Kent county Normal. Kent. '»hlo. will complete her >e it work June lt> After a two-weeks vacation she has agreed t<» lea> h through the summer school session VVasntenaw Arbor of Gleaners will hold a business sceton Wednesday evening Mrs. Sarah George is confined to her home with lllne**. Re* M. H. Pettltt. pastor of the Baptist church, went to l-ansing, Thursday, to attend lh« annual inert ing of the State Anti-Saloon league of which he is a member. An all college vesper service will] be held Sunday eveumg st ...30 In the Normal > sntptis. % the y. W. C. A and Y. M. C. A will be in < harge ot the services. President Chas. M< - Kenny will be speaker snd there will bes special musical program The City 'teachers dab will hold it* final meeting for the year, Mon day evening, at the high *• hoot. Mr*. E. «i. Vorce and .laughter, of Detroit, are spending the w eek in the home of Mrs /». V Harris, on the East Michlgan-ave. road. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilson have issued invitatlop# for a reception whl. h is to be ityen Saturday even in gin honor ofslr. snd Mrs. tl*.>rge Murray, whose marriage took pla. e Wednesday afternoon The Harmonious Mystic* will give a dinner dance rwtarday evening in tne Country club. Mrs. Alec Bontell snd Mrs Jennie L. Ostrander were in Milan Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs Han nah Jacobs, aged 87, who died of pneumonia. A number from this city will at tend the graduation recital of Mis* Gertrude park*, in rit. Thomas' •< bool of music, Ann Arbor, Friday evening. June 14. Miss Helen Showerman, daughter of Frank Show»rm*n, of South Washlngton-at , will graduate June 22. from the University School of Music, In Ann Arbor. Mr. snd Mrt. Amos H. of Pittsfield township, will entertain the men of the Ztnn Lutheran chur< h. Ann Arbor, at tneir n«.me. Thursday evening. June 16, at * banquet. After thl* date no fees will l.e al lowed to deputy sheriffs for arrest* made of person* committing disturb ance* unless * complaint ha* been made and a warrant issued, or an or der ha* been gl\en by the prosecut ing attorney authorizing the arrest. The above decision was made this week bv the county board of audi tors at its session held at the county court house in Ann Art»or. The Home association will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mis* Kate Walsh. 34>2 West Cross-si. The Method i*t Episcopal Sunday school board will meet Tuesday even, ing In the church. A business meet ing will follow a pot lu k supper, which will be »er' eu at * o'clock The B*yjin|t Mission cir< le will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mis* Dorn Harris. The annual Norms! cl*** day pro gram will b* s,l'cn in ,h ** Training .■school chapel. Tuesday evening, at 5 o'i lock Assistance on the musical program will be given by Miss Vlic*- F. Bivens snd Miss Ann s I>e\*er .»ia> Ihe ■•Otr.rnen « rnent exercise* will be held Thursday evening Ih e auditorium with Rev Bast lan Amlts. of Jackson, delivering th* graduating address. BIRMINGHAM Mr*. I*y Hunt gave a birthday party Thursday afternoon in her nonv on Plerc*-*t for her daugh ter Katherine, It being her fourth birthday. Julius Rundel ha* sol.i hi* lot on Vlnewood-ave to Mrs Robert Fisher, of Detroit The Gleaner society, of Southfield will meet Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Albert Roediger in Southfield The W. C T I’ w ill meet Wednes day afternoon in the home of Mrs James Valentine on Southfle|d-*ve Mrs. Mercia Bradford, aged *2, died Wednesday night at 11 o'clock from Injuries received Tuesday night when she 'fell down a flight of cement steps In the home of her son W T. Brad ford. on l.lncoln-sve Alls is survived bv one daughter, Mrs Mary Whltt*d. of Ablngton. 111., and nn* son. " T Bradford, of this place, who in connected with the Union Trust Cos,, of Detroit The remain* were ship ped Thursday to her home in Glan wnod, lowa, for burial Mr* W T Bradford was called on Monday to New Haven. Conn, by the death of her mother, Mrs N. W Beyea * Mis* Rhnda At.arr, who lives three mile* southeast of Birmingham, and who was badly Injure,j Tuesday morn. Ing In an automobile accident at tha Eight -mtle-rd »n Woodward-ave recovering nicely In Harper hospital, Detroit. Mrs. Burt Foss, of Detroit, spent Thursdav In the home of her paren**. Dr. snd >li* .1 sine* Rainey. Pierce st. . The n.rmlngham high ■> h>>ol base ball team will play the Northwestern high school of Detroit, in Birming ham. on Bainum flefd this afternoon lohn Hr I son of Detroit, called on friends h«ro Thursday Jerre* Yalentme him returned from a vl*l| with relatives in Fenton The Foreign Missionary society of Xou»hfleld met Thursday afternoon In ♦he home of Miss bun I’urdv, Aouth fleld A suffrage meeting will be held Aaturds.v afternoon In the Birming ham club house on South Woodward ave Mrs. Lyman T’sshodv Is 111 In her home on rhest»r-st. I Mra. Ray Vanderford and two daughters spent Thursday in the home .it Mr# Frank l asslngham m Royal oak Mr# bislla F'sher, -*f Detroit, w** a aue>t Tbuisvlav in Hie home of t.-r parents. M> and Mr*. Julius Ruudcl. on Ka*t Maple-ave Frej Brauy is ill in his home In Aouthfield. WYANDOTTE At Stephen s church choir will meet Friday evening at 7 .lv vclmk in the vhurch for rehtar*ai t’lty Clerk •‘harle* Bio* k ha* re ceive«l the city phy«u ian * of 3> birth* anil 21 death* for May I’hataugua association will be assessed only I2U ea< h for the guarantee this year, a reduction of 112 over last v-ar * fee made p s aible b> an addition to the member ship. Advertising for the big even* is now being distributed and ticket* will go on sale June The last day for the payment of fosfeits t* June 15 O. C. G- Lutz, cachier of the First Commercial and Asvlng* bank, is treasurer. Commencement exercise* in At. Pat rick's high school will i*e <>n June 2'» In the auditorium Ther* will be four graduates. Miss Pearl M Grac #on, Samuel A. Broughton. Arthur E. Payette and Raymond J. Denman. The program will be., as follows Danse Fantast ique. St. Patrick's whool orchestra; salutatory. Samuel K Broughton; class calendar—-prlng. Ethel Cn ester. T 9. #umn»vr. Marion Ib/vhrlg. 1* autumn. Ernestine Thompson. 'ls. winter. Irma Beattie, ’ls. piano sol»«, waltz in A fiat. Cho pin. Marcella address to graduate*. Rev. Thoms- F. -\ Hally conferring of honors. Rev James A. Hally, graduation grand mar' h. or chestra. informal reception to grad uates in music hall. RIVER ROUGE Mrs. M. Weaver. Lerov-st. Is visit ing relative* In Memphis. T< nn t>ur Lady of Ix»ur>les Holy Nam society will re' eive communion in a body Sundav niurning «t 7.3 u •>clc< a Mrs F .Mayotte, West Jefferson ave . Is ill John Nlvderer, Detroit, visited rela tives here this week Sodality <>f the HP *«ed Virgin '<f Our f-ady (»f I»urdes church present ed the sisters with two brass J*r dlnier* Mis# Ayr I vis Rtopelle. West Jeffer son -ave . Is 111. Ann Visger high s< hoot student* will stage * school exhibit br lay night, with a musical and re Rational program by various classes FORD Ahore Lin* railroad officials have been given notice, that sidewalks must be built a- ross their properts on the aeveral village street* which are opened through th* roads, or the village authentic* will construct them, and send the bill in to th* railroads. At the meeting of the council Thursday evening John Kessler. Ix*- troit. w;i« appointed architect to pre. pare plans for the n»w fire hall and muni' .pal building TRENTON fit McDonald. Highland Tark. w»* the speaker In the Preshy terlsn . Men'* association ban |<i*t Thursdav ' evening Rev and Mrs E K Amlfh will at tend the commencement exercise* in Milan Friday evening | High school baseball nlsy*r* will I oppose River Rouge In River Rouge Saturday afternoon The Monguagon fr.wnship srhool hoard will meet Tuesday evening Grocer Beaten and Robbed by Thu^s KALAMAZOO Mich . May 9. I’rank McQueen, well known grocer, i* today ruffering from frightful bruised received about midnlgm la-* night when he wa* gitar-ked by thr**- nm nwhr eotered Mx sft.re Mc- Queen l.Hd remained in hia itore |gt er than u*uel la#t nigh* wot king on hia book*. As he closed the floor • so go home he wa* pounced upon by the th*~ men wh > i»eat him over ths head wit ha heavy stick until he lay on the walk union.-* tons. Thy thugs then |not*d hia store recefv , ing considerable cash. The sanfe -fore wa# robbed last Saturday of S7O, As the trio departed they fired several shot* probably t<. frighten j Mcfjueen and keep him from /Icing I an alarm. i _ MAN BADLY HURT IN EXPLOSION George Pii«r»ch, 20 years old. No 965 Belmont ave . was probably fa taliy hurt when a turbine, part of v steam engine, exploded In the ba*e. nient of the Kresge building. Adams ave. and Park-at., Friday morning. fHstl*a~4b» glam aeat in**—that la s4#k*—Tlsaaa Jab Degt—Kala 4SIB. DETROIT TIMES MAN IS KILLED BY TAXICAB Samuel Houston. No. 119 Wa bash-svr., Latest Traffic Vic tim: Driver Not retained Thrown to the pavement when struck by a taxicab, late Thursday nieht. at Woodward and Michigan ave# . Samuel Houston. 35 year* old. of No. 191 Wabasb-ave., suf sered interna! injuriest and a frac tured skull from which he died at 6 o'clock. Friday morning, in the city receiving hospital. The machine which struck him was a taxicab operated by the !>• troit Taxicab Cos., and driven by William Hyslop. of No. 106 Phlla delphia-ave. west. Hyslop was taken to the central station where he made a statement Witnesses told the police that the machine was being driven slowly, and the driver was released Louis Jamen 30 year* old, of No. 17 John R st., was struck at Ran dolph and Macomb-sts . by a ma chine driven by Walter Barfello, of No 1271 Crane ave , and was taken to the cpy receiving hospital suf j 'ering from painful bruises and con-j tusions The driver was taken to , the station and later released MT. CLEMENS ! When c*h*rle* J Crosby, th* p*. j tr**it man who <trov* th* *uto in ! whi> h .li hn R*. kirgf-r p.sr h # Ilf*- M'.nda' uight. has Hiifflcientl) er«-.l from hi* iniur!*#. h* a-til t.# summoned to api-ear h* re hef.ir» th* i pros*, uting s'tomev snd give his story of the affair. Coroner Aperltch announce# that ar. Inuuest will he held. *• soon as Cro**>y Is able to l#*\e h’* be<l. and condition* may I later de-. elop that will Impos* fur ther legal *< tion In the matter Walter J»' kson, a local tailor, w** arrested yesterday afternoon by aherfT'* deputies, vjspe of hav ing taken |!7o from J..hn R Fox. * hoarder *♦ the (a. kson home Fox. employed at the pottery plant, re ported hi# loss Thursday It is «ald J*' kson has mad* a 'omp’et* on fe**lon The money ha* been recov ered The At Marys t'atholD a- hool will this year graduate »!ev«n. on th* evening of Inn* 15. with eomm*n'e ment ex*rei*es in the s' hool a idl torlum Th* ■ lass day everrise# wilt h# h*ld on Tuesday *rt*rnuon of next week, and will b» followed ti\ A t,an- I 'diet given hy the Junior class for th* Senior*. P.ev Fa*h«t Burke, of Ann Arhor will address the gradu al** at this f me. Mr» Ap*ri« er Dalhv. assisted t,y Mrs S»th Knight snd Miss Winifred t’ernn. was hostess at * meeting of th* Daughter* of th* Am»r an lievo lition, held Thursday, when offi. era were cte. fed. Mr* O i Lunger hausen I* the new Regent. „ Attorney fiee rge John and Walter N* Trombley have returned home from pef. *kev. where th*.- attended th* Knight* of Columbus ron.»ntioti fudge i g Tucker ha* returned from Paw Paw. Mich. vh*r» for three weeks he presided In th'- Van Huren county circuit On As* irdsy fudge and Mr« Tucker will leave f,o Marshall, Mich . to visit their 'sligh ter Mr and Mr* H*nrv H*«*|ton Mrs Maurice Sam*, of this city, underwent a serious operation tn a lo< *1 hospital Thursday sfternoon. IRVINE FREED, ISLT REAR RESTED KALAMAZOO, M'ch .. June 9. Found not guilty late la-t nigh* by a Jury in circuit court. Harry Irvin#*, former municipal court clerk, Is silll In Jail today, another warrant hav ing been Issued last evening charg ing him with taking ci*y funds Irvine will late today b# arraigned In municipal court, the place in which It is said he took city funds The prisoner Is greatly disheartened over hi* second arrest Rabbit* at White House. WASHINGTON. June 9 Presl dent Wilson will have all the left hind f**et of rabblta he can carry. H be wants 'em for campaign hnod<»o- Pollceman Palfymple found a flock of ?fl baity bunnies In a rabbit lair on the White House lawn today Printing—lke flatn neat kind— that Is right—Tlnsrs Jab Drgl—Mala 4AM ATTORNEY WANTS H ALF OF S3OO INJURY CLAIM Settlement methods of suit* brought against the 1> U. K at the instigation of lawyer* who urge in jured persons to give them cases on a percentage basis were dlacloseti in a suit brought by Cecil L*. Rowlette, a colored attorney. Thursday morn ing. against the l> U R Frank Pauli, injured hy a street car lasi November, testified that while he lav in a serious condition in !*t. Mary's hospital. Rowlette rushed in to him with a pai>er and told him to sign it Without looking to see what its contents were. I‘aull said he signed, and Later found that It was a con tract agreeing to make over to Row lefte half of all damages that he was able to collect against the street car company in court. On h;s recovery i’aull settled for S3OO. Rowlette. accordingly, is suing the D. U. R tor $l5O. SLAVS MENACE LEMBURG; ITAL IANS REPORT GAINS <Continued from Page <>■•) prDoners and sets the Austrian cas ualties of the present offensive, five days old. at nearly 200,000. The greatest gwin for the Russians is Lutzk. the third corner of the Vol hyntan triangle of fortresses. At this point the Russians drove the Austrians back 25 miles without a halt Many Western Ontario Slen Fall In Fight OTTAWA. Ont . June 9—The name* of the following western On tario men appear In the lateat cas ualty lists, evidently of the recent t ai'!# at Ypres. issued by the militia department: Killed in action —IJeut.-Col. A. W. Tanner. Watford Capt. F.. J. Vesey, Brantford Lieut. McGlone. Elora. Homer A CantillOn. Clinton. Pied of wounds —Henry Mooney Norwlck. C W. Carmthers. London Missing—Capt J. E Latimer. Bur ford; Lieut. H. t'oekshutt, Brant ford Wounded—Lieut. R P Torrance. Guelph; Capt. W. R Creighton. Brantford MaJ M V. Allen. Nor wich; (apt. H. Niven. Ixmdon; Lieut. G T. !>*e. London; Lieut. (*. McGowan, Elora; Gunner H. E Hayden, St Thomas. Thomas E Pettigrew Caledonia; Capt. J. A. Reid. Pinkerton; Charles Morgan. ! Stratford; Corp. A L. Kenach. 1 Preston; Sergt. MaJ. E 9. Walker. London; W. R Henry. St. Thomas. I. K. Alt. Berlin. T. J Driscoll, Walkerville; Joseph Lemk. St. Thomas. L. Haynes. Tilsonburg; Sapper Perclval Grill, paria; Hrnry Jackson. Stratford: Herbert Heath. Paris ray. London. Thomas I>are, Colling wood. Upwards of 6.000 Canadians have fallen within a week in the deeper ate fighting in and around Sanctuary wooda, according to a statement made by MaJ Gen Sir Sam Hughes, minister of militia, in presenting colors to a Canadian regiment on Parliament hill, Thursday. Some details of the fighting came •hrough today. Gen. Hughes receiv ed a cable message from the front stating 'hat Capt. Ntvin. the only or fleer left of the Princess Patricias, again had distinguished himself. Wounded on Friday, he was taken hack and treated at a dressing sta tion. He went to the front trenches on Saturday, was again wounded, taken bark and dressed; was at the front again Sunday and was sent hack for further treatment IjONDON, July 9—ltalian gains made at several points northwest of Trent, fn the cniesa valley, and the dispersal of Austrian concentrations in the Ijigarina valley, ar* consid ered indicative of the further weak ening of the Austrian offensive due to the withdrawal of soldiers to de fend Austria against the Russians. In the last several days the Austrian official reports have not claimed gains on the Dalian front. Prior to June 4. gains had been reported al most dally for a period of two weeks. —By Leo. GET-TOGETHER MEETING FAILS TO END DEADLOCK (r#stia«#4 trnw Past Om) ing would sap their strength, the harmony workers were admittedly facing a hard task The organization leaders were not revealing their hands. The Repub Mean convention had nothing to do today but to hear nominating speeches and ballot The Progres stves still had their platform on the table and in a pinch It was admitted thla might he uaed as a stopgap by Executive Chairman George W per kins to hold off from nominating. It is mainly up to the Republican convention to say whether or not there ahaM be a further sesalon. The Republican committeemen In the harmony conference did not reject Rooaevelt's name—they merely re celved it and held such a proffer would have to be made direct so the G. O. P hosts. If the convenUon wants further negotiations, the com mlttee la ready to proceed along the lines of whatever instructions may be given "The conftrerce will nice* again, -aid Senator Boi.ih. one of the con frrees. "but not until after the con ventlona meet. jjis .i.— Now I* the Time to Buy Cool, Pretty Wash Dresses fl Three LoU Just in at ft *5.00 *7.50 s 10-99. f New—every one of them! Fashionable—for all the very latest models were fSQ copied. Impossible to describe these dresses in' detAil, but you will find dresses of Linen, striped and plaid V>iles, fancy figured and embroidered W Voiles. Every dress made up to our special order. Exceptional values. NEW -> W WAISTS of Voile Waists <K m|F|iFl.(Q Crepe de Chine £ 0 $2.00 LOanta w>oo<«M » XIM» * $2.95 fSi Whole Livestock List, Except Extra-Quality Bullocks, Is Slipping; Milch Cows Booming BY H. H. MACK. With the single exception of extra quality bullocks, the entire h\e stock list is slipping Grass is be giunir.g to rut some figure a> a price leveler in the sheep and cat!l* divisions of the trade. Prime hu| locks are very scarce, a fact that ac< < unti for the firmness in the market for this grade. Medium to good steers are easing off gradually, and oil grades of dry fed butchers' cattle are feeling the competition from the grass cattle that are begin ning come The latter are de dining rapidly and the belief is quite general that the extreme de cline in grass rattle win equal |l 50 per ort. before the descent is check ed Cannera and cutters are a trifle lo«er. bat bologna bulls are off fully The way the inner G. O P. circle Icok at things today that Roose veil was running to cover. fh* > be lieved he would never const nt to an other fight on a third ticket. They believe,* the bualoef-s interests which have so far come out in his favor would not go through with hlir on a 801 l Moore nomination. The arid test has been given Roosevelt, the Old Guard lelleve* They held if the colonel was sincere in his declaration that it was a prin ple he war fightng for. and that there was no individualism *r hi* l campaign, he could donilrate both parties and force selection by the Republicans not only of a man fair ly suitable to himself, but on a plat form of hi« own direr tion. Thlr, however, meant the colonel mint* him-wdf withdraw. Three days ago. before the ht* mony negotiations came to any def inite head, tli© Old Guard claimc'l nbilily to head off nominations by adjourning after the first ore or two inconclusive ballots. It wa- be lieved todav the oomin.iting forces of the Repuolicans would attempt to set aside the session for oratory would go ah“nc| and let deb-gatea get nominating speeches out of their h>stein, a..d then recess or adjourn. This involved the further contin gency that th* convention would he willing to have the hartnonj confer encea continue. The same dismally rainy and cold weather that has ruled since the con ventions began, started on its third successive day today. • Moose To Renew Battle Today CHICAGO. June 9 George W Perkins and his allied harmonlaers of the Progressive party, expected a renewal todar of their battle to pre vent the more ardent Hull Mooeers from placing T R In nomination at onge. and wrecking all plana for a reunion of the parties. The Perkins men were tueee«sful yesterday in their attempt to stave off the "direct action” element, luit victory was theirs only after a pro longed fight. The crisis In the effort to pre vent premature nomination of T. R by the Progressives yesterday, came in the vote on the Garfield resolu tion. directing a conference with the Republicans: "Id th© opinion of this convention there has been free and unrestrained discussion of this now," retorted the chairman to former Rep. Mac Imnald, of Michigan, who suggest ed that the chairman was trying to prevent further discussion. The chairman finally Invited Mr. Mac ftonald to hla side. The Michigan orator vehemently asserted that the 50 ceuts p*T cut. from the recent h;gh point The demand tor com mon -locker- has eared off hut the • all for extra tbtifty and well-bred feeders is as active a-* ever Extra quality feeders of Ancnt bleeding have sold frequently in Chic.i*« t»f late for ID per <»i Milch <o», are looming, the demand being fnr m advance of the supply. It is In the sheep and lamb de parnmnt that readjustments are making •h* widest variation- In quo !ati-»n.« The rec.-nt break in lamb prices mti-t b« regarded as si aeon aole. exei pt that. If the course of other years bad been followed, the break would have corns at least two w»-«k, 'arlier. The de< line In the sheep d>-| at ruro-nt snows a wider variation than any other branch of the trade but values are still abnor Progressive lepdeis were * dealing sith 'thieves and robbers,’ anti that the Republican leaders were trying to ‘put it over’ on fob Roosevelt. "All they're Dying to do i* to get a chance and drive the dirk Into th*- hilt again." *1 believe we ought to fell the Republican leaders to go to hell.” MacDonald concluded '‘And to do as they damn please ” Mr Garfield pleaded for temper ate and calm consideration, deplor ing violent criticism of the Repub Means "1 ask that the convention do no» take a step which would make still more difficult the nomination of Theodore Roo*ev»|t. in a manner that would Injure his election next fall.” Mr. Garfield concluded Judge Oscar R Hundley, of Ala bama. in support of the Garfield res olution, said: "It may he possible the old steam roller is ready, but we should not put ourselves on the track until we stop, look and listen.” "Don’t let us approach the Re publican convention with an olive branch in on** hand and a revolver in the other." Judge Hundley con cluded. Rebuking former Rep. MacDonald, of Michigan, for using profanity. Ghairman Robins said ihe next speaker who trespassed with un parliamentary language would be met with a motion to expunge his remarks from the record. Insistent clamor for a vote re suited in a mighty roar of "ayes” and a faint protest of "noes” and fhairman Rohina declared she Gar field resolution carried amid great applause KING 8 SETS ANOTHER GEAR TEST ON RECORD Within a fortnight the eight-cylin der King car haa had three phenom enal acrnmpllahmenta added to Its laurels as a result of Its wonderful high rear ability. The latest feature Is Its climb up Mount Wilson In Cal ifornia with the high gear le\er re moved and the transmlsshn gears sealed so that the car could travel on no other speed but high. Tills latest difficult climb follow ed closely on the record establish ing high gear test from l.os Angeles and leturn by the *.vnv of Him Fran cisco, and the Providence to Pr .vi denre trip via Albany and New York city. Like th* western mounialnotit high gear teats letween the two Col Ifornia metropolises, ihe |gt«ai diffi cult climb Mount Wilson was engineered by C. K. Ftiglisb. of the EnglUh Motor Cat Cos, l.oa Angeles distributed (or the King. FRIDAY. JI NK 9. 191 «. nial!> high The demand for wool continue* to be strong and activa but offerings are so small, compared with othet >eat a. that all lines of manufacture in which thla brand of raw material is used ark combin ing in an effort «o Induce the farm ers of the country to grow mqre sheep a number of eastern wool mauufro toring and textile associa tions have pooled their inter*sta and ure raising a fund with which to promote the industry of bleep rais ing in tlie belief that the farmer i.ilgbt not only greatly add to his annual Income, but would help to produce a crop of wool which would be much more nearly adequate to meet ihe needs of the situation. The European war has proved »o us thxxt occasions will frequently arise when America will be thrown tifion h*T own resource*, und well for her Inhabitants will |t be If they have Increased the rate of wool pro duction until enough will he avail able Kll that every Innabltant of our cold reglrn* and our so-called tem perate zone can afford to sexr cloth ing containing enough wool to make it comfortable and hygemc. It la univ# really conceded by medical au thority* that one of the most pro ductive ratine* .>( tuberculosis and kindred ailment* In thia country is the fart that thousand* of our po»- pie do not wear warm er.ough cloth ing during the cold mouth*. Th* scarcity of wftol th*f cau be u*ed in the manufacture of clothing la J mainly r< for the wearing »f cheap, shoddv cloth by thousar of people of the lower and middle classes. A glance at statistics shows not only that the recent decrease In wool production Is she direct result of the rapid decline in the sheep raising Industry, hut It also shows tha* the immense call for woolen goods is demanded by a rapidly In creasing population To put it briefly, the human population in America has Increased rapidly dur irg the last 18 years, and sheep pop ulation has decreased In about the same latlc. The number of sheep of wool-producing age that were re potted by the census taker in 1901 was approximately 42.000,000; in 191a, the number was 37 000.000. The Increase in the human popula tion of this country during those 14 years was more than 20,000,000, a loss of 5.000.00 b sheep and a gain of 20.000,000 people. There Is now good reason to be lieve that the men who have pre dicted a stesdv trade In live hogs during the month of June are false propheta. Advance information eon eerniug large aupplles of growing heg- still In farmers' handa through out the country and Ihe recent break in rorti prices seem to ba the chief causes of the wenkneaa which the market has shown during the first week In the month. Re porta on stock < of provisions still on hand are not bearish, and the splen did foreign demand for all kinds of meat combined with sn active do mestic demand would seem to war rant stronger vbwr of fbe situation than the puhll* Is taking. Western markets, however.' report a sharp falling off In shipping demand apee* illative provision values ar* easing off and the entire situation lack* the firmness w hi* h has ruled the trad* 1 since the beginning of the cur rent *ear That live hogs value went lno low during the recent h»#-ak is ver> ;jen©iall> believed, an-1 the prospect of n substantial reat • lion to. rd higher levels seems far* niahh at Mils writing The boom Is off the market for this ‘cnron. however, and the $lO quotation lor live hogs will hardly appear again during 101$.