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SIXTK KNI II Y EAR NO. 227.
U. S. Will Recruit 6 New Regiments HOSTILE ARMY FACES BORDER COUNCIL, ON URULRS OF SALOGN CROWD, VOTES TO BURY OFFICIAL MINUTES 'Fakes ( ity Printin«* From Times When Royal Ark Insists WETS SHOW THEIR * POLITICAL PULL Whip Aldermen into Line In Fiffht On Dry Newspaper HERE'S THE LINEUP AGAINST THE TIMES 1 I ItoVAl \r alo«»n • .*p(/r p«» lit leal organ Iz.itn :i. Saloon cun 1 In il>> I'n’iro-ii. tn eluding "Eddh ’ I•;irn«-tl, fornpT keep* r of the tiotniiois l»r« <l* n dive. and till In t;»•* bonze bus: i no«j*. Booze newspapers of I *tn»L Booze rljf o'd b> Arthur r l Gordon, former a.;* nt lor tin* Michigan brewers, and now one of Stipt Chadse> s baitir!* on th* school board. ii Influenced by number* of th*- Royal Ark, a salnnnk* ••per ’ organ Izatlon, the common , ..,.ne-11 award ed the annual contra* t for nfflt ial printing to th* I►* tr«*tt t-egal Tuesday night The were actively Interest***! in the bid of tie Detroit Legal News as against that of The iHtroit Times, which i sup porting the dry campaign being ear rled on In Wayne county, ami throughout the state The saloon keeper* and liberal politician* won over enough votes among the aider men to give the printing contract to the Legal News, regardle-s of *ervire and neees*ary publicity. That B’alwart statesman from the Eleventh ward. Aid. Herman /-Ink. chairman of the committee on print ing led the fight both in committee and on the council floor for the l-egal New*. Aid. Zink has many friend* among the saloonkeepers, or rather, he ought to have Sev eral years ago he was chairman of the committee ou lltpior regulation and the committee held Its meeting* l*ehlnd cloned door* on the fourth iContlMiot on I’*** Two) BORDER BULLETINS NEW YORK, June 21.—The Carranza government ha* with drawn practically all of the SL -000,000 which it ha* had on de posit here for financing of the ordinary business of the de facto government, It became known today. National Guard Recruits Drilling on the Campus Jk j§ <\ IT ft " >i!. * £ inMiu ' ’ > jllf r [ I p mri |TT With the marching horde* nf militia on Cadlllac-nq., Wninrudov morn ing. were several squad* of raw recruit*. In civilian garb, and showing evidence of "stage fright,” thry naturally attracted marked attention, The group In the picture wa* h*tng drilled by Sergt. William LeValley. of Font puny C. lie reulde*. or did reside, at No. 37H Ilelvldere avo. At time* It looked like a competitive drill a* the varioue squad* maneuvered. Ap plauae greeted Ihe detarhmenta at every turn Among the enmpanina that received moet attention from the apectatora wa* that commanded by Lieut, y. H. itawkex, of Company A. Sec atory on Page Three. GERMANS SAY SLAVS AREHALTEi Hurled Back at Point (becked at Others ONLY CANNON ARK ACTIVE AT VERDUN Greek Cabinet Is Re ported to Have Resigned nv i sirnn rnnss. ATHENS, June 21.—Toe news paper Neo Nasty announces that the Greek cabinet's resignation Is expected today, coincidentally with a fresh coup by the Allies. , BERLIN, June 21.—Russian forces which crossed the River Styr, west of Kolkl, have been driven back across the river, the Germans taking 1,000 pris oners, the war office announced this afternoon. PARIS. June 21.—Following the explosion of two mines, the Germans last night attacked French trenches on Hill 108, south of Berry-au-bac, In the region of Rhelms. The war of fice today announced the attack was checked by screen fire. On both banks of the Meuse, artillery was active during the night, but there was no Im- i portant infantry fighting around Verdun. LONDON, June 21,—The Athens correspondent of the Central News cabled today that the Greek cabinet has resigned under pressure of the allies, but that official announcement Is be ing withheld. LONDON, June 21. —Six German division* 120,000 men —have been hurried eastward to check the Ilus- 1 >dnii offensive bearing down upon l*etnb*rg. Geneva dispatches report id today. Two German division* are on 11 ontlnnril on I’***- Tsui DETROIT TIMES Mexican Border Militia Must Protect, and lex as Militiamen Now Thjre / . \ Z' if f> *rvo 1 I "T* 1 / V. F worawoo* CHJ&'UsrHUf? \ . j S I \ S/eß£l& ETPEH rr&t-z **rj- s/LfIfZEDO '~f~ — \ oAHU J\L > / IJ/Mf rrCZ LdZI. _ _____ Sr The Texes border from El I’aso to Browneville is the territory which militia ordered out h> the president must urotect from raiding .Mexican? The map shows the territory in Texas to be guarded, and that in Mexico over which Americans and Carranza followers will clash, if righting take place. .Texas militiamen are alreadv encamped on the border. The photographs show them in camp near the border DENIES HE BRAGGED OF HISMANSION Henry Ford Discredits Remark Attributed to Him by Paper CONCLUDES HIS EXAMINATION Edsel Ford Also Called As Witness In Build ing Suit Judging from the legal compllca tlona In the caae, aa much trouble attended the building of Henry Ford’a IVarlioni mansion, aa en tered into the conatruction of the famoua “Houae That Jack Huilt.” Theae eompllcatlona are being threahed out in the circuit court be fore Judge Tappan. who niuat do cide the ault of Mr. Ford for an accounting from Frank H. Goddard, the Plggtns brothera and other eon tractora whom he aecuaed of "lying down" on the Job of building hla houae. In concluding hla cross-cxamlna tlon. Wedneaday morning, Attorney Edwin Henderson aaked Mr. Ford If it were true that he had re marked that he Intended to build a houae that would make a Groaae Polnte realdence look like a wood ehod. which remark waa credited aa part of a newapaper interview with the wltneaa. "That la not true,” aald Mr. Ford. M cultiinfit on rage Tent WIIKN ntiUKD ill T Takr IlnuforiT* trld Phoaptiatr It restore* energy an<l strengthens the nerve*. With sugar «*r fruit ayrupa la an Meat nimm»r Urlnfc Adv. ««*nc Mlarral and Turkish Hatha for men and Women. Open all night. —Adv. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1916. GUARD GOES DIRECT TO THE BORDER Orders to Issue As Soon As Troops Are Ready SITUATION IS UNCHANGED War Department Busy Perfecting War Preparations By CARL D. GROAT (Staff Correspondent Ur > fed I‘irs* t WASHINGTON. June 21. In view of the incomplete mobilization nf the militia, tne war department In dicated It would probably not l*su*- ordera aending new foreea to th*- Mexican border today. The time of laauance of thn ord< r. however, htill was In doubt, hut of finals said they would wait until (Continued on Page Tool THE WEATHER Detroit nnd « li-lnllrt W rilnrvlm nlaht nnd Ttiur«dn«, fnlr mol roolt mnderntr nortlirrp ulniln, het-onilna varlnhle. Iniur Mtehlanni Prnhnhlj fair on W rilnrolm nlaht and Thnrndaj. I pper l.aheai Moderate northrant wind*. lirrnmlni llaht and Vflrlghle on f.nkea Mleklaan nnd Hnrnn nnd ■ laht variable «ai(l» on l.nke *tiper- Inr- fair weather \\ eilnrmln.i night and Tkvrtdir, l.nwer l.aheai l-'reah eaat winds, shifting to nnrthweati ahowera lhl« afternnoni fair fonlahl nnd Thursday. TOtMVk T»-:MI*KR %TI RKt an. nt . . k. . h.V in n. **» *rt T a. m A,' tl n. m *is X B. m ho 12 noon. ... .%*» n a. m .. .*>4 t P . m . . an II la heat temperature IMa dnfe In paat W »eara. sa | n |MH»- and low eat. 47 In l*tf»7. tlae tear nan Indni i lllaheat tem pernlare. 7J| loweat, .I*l mean, fM| parti j flood, weather with .0:1 lto-h of rain dorlna the afternoon. The at«n aefa Urdneadm at Still p. M«. and rtaea Thitrada, at ItflT a. to The ntooa rtaea nt 11 i.M* p. m Wed- CARRANZA REGIME IS CRUMBLING Washington Fears An archy In Southern Republic | WATCHFUL WAITING ENDS “First Chief,” Given Every Chance, Has Completely Failed By J. P. YODER. (St>hl Correspondent United J’rcgr) WASHINGTON. Junt* 21.—Tho Carranza government is nearing its, end, a high administration ofllclal said today. The machinery la crumbling and only an unexpected, rightabout fate in Carranza’* noth od can prevent th** government's complete disintegration, thin mil rial declared, even long onough for (Contlnurd on Page Two.) WILSON URGES BIGGER NAVY Wants Three Rattle Cruisers, Four Dreadnoughts and Foul/ Scouts Thii Year WASHINGTON, .Tun* 21. Pn si dent V> fP.oii >»u. decid'd f!i*- full flrrt year program roeotnme,id.*d by the general board of th* navy should he adopted by emigres*. This pro gram Include! construction during the first year of three battle *m!s --i ,v, four dreadnoughts and four i-ciiut cruisers. N.Y. TROOPS MARCH OFF AMIDTEARS (beers Mingle With Sobs As Men Board Trains REGIMENTS MOVE TO CAMP Will Receive Ad ditional Training In Soldiering M rsiren ni:r:ss NEW YORK, June 21 'I ho na tion was bidding good hyp today to it* "boy* It wasn't .« farewell, a* tho *'boy«" nro first going to camp to loam rnor» about how to bo sol diers. Hut it wa- a good-by#* tlnr turod everywhere throughout tho I'n.ti (1 States with toars that lay but lightly uttdor thr niilos of good ll on 1 1 nii fit mi I mil HUGHES MEETS OLI) COLLEGE M ATES n > \ \nr:n iwksk pkoviimince. n. i„ .?unr 21. — 1 "CJinrlio the Saint,” that was, and Charles Evans Hughes. Republican presidential nominee, that Is, walked in »ho rank* of tho clan* of Hrown "H todav at commencement Ho wa. entitled, by viriuo of M* trus teeship of tho university, to walk in th" stately ranks of tho faculty, but chose to go with tho "old hoys" instead Hughes had n busy day mingling with tho old grad* and soring all tho comment omont function*. At the alumni hinohoon ho was not down as a speaker, hut admitted ho might J say "a few college words" after Sec- , rotary of tho interior had spoken. U. S. AND MEXICAN TROOPS CONFRONT EACH OTHER SOUTH OF NAMIQUIPA TROOPSARE GROWING RESTLESS Detroit Guardsmen Are Weary of Armory Life EAGER TO BE OFF FOR FRONT Troopers Seek Youth Who Impersonates Officer Watchfully waiting for the word in entrain for Grayling, officers and men of the hrs: jind second battal ion* of the Thirty-first regiment, Michigan National guard, are al ready wearied of armory life. The quarters are a bit cramped, and the (••instant hub-buh is wearing on the (Conllntird on I‘hk* Two] MRS. DREXEL GETS 550.000 YEARLY AS ALIMONY LONDON. June 21. —Anthony J. 1 Dre\ol must pay Ills wife sr»n,QiK> yearly under a separation agree ment. according to the terms of .t Judgment entered by Justice Neville today Drexel did not defend the action. She Gives Up Great Fortune to Wed Him Mrs. Madeline Force Astor. that Is, Mrs John Jacob Astor, the widow of New York’s richest landlord, hns given up an Income of $250,000 a ■ cr;.. , » I immSr i - 3 i3 iff Ry I ONE CENT. Report Fighting Had Taken Place Already, Is Denied TROOPS READY FOR OUTBREAK t El Paso Believes War Only a Matter of Hours SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Jun« „ 21. Maj.-Gen. Funston was or. dered by the war department to day to recruit at once six new regiments for the regular army, four of infantry and two of cav alry. Detailed instructions were mailed him from Washington. Recruiting will start at' once. EL PASO, Tex., June 21.—(len. , <»eorgo Bell. Jr., commanding at Fort Bliss, today denied minora of fight' log between Carranzlstna and Vnit ed States troops south of Namtqufpa. “if there war any truth in the re port I would have received official confirmation of the fighting by this time." at Id Bell, Mexican sniping Is believed to have caused reports of a clash. Tho American forces and the Carranzis tas fice en h other south of Naml quipa. and local authorities still be lieve a battle Imminent. Gen. Tre vino. eominamler of the north. Is preparing to leave Chihuahua City with his staff, personally to take the field, refugees declared. Reports received by state depart ment agents Indicate that the de facto government Is making every preparation for hostilities TToop* are being mobilized, remitting is go ing on and large force; are being sent toWrthern points. Recent arrivals reported antl- Amerlean demonstrations in several < < not in nnl on Tnil year and a homo worth more than $1,500,000 to wed another man. Her husband loft her a trust fund of $5,000,000 and his magnificent homo on Flfth-ave., to he forfeited, under the teims or his will, if she m.irrfe again. She will wed \V K i>ick, the son of a sugar inanuf.K turor, and the trust fund and the home viR thus revert to Vincent Astor. eldest son of the millionaire, to whom he had willed nine-tenths of hi great fortune Her Jltth* on, John Jarir* Astor, Jr., was born four months nfter 4 his faMn r went down m the Titanic.