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(RECRUITS (DRILLING ON CAMPUS I Down - Town Detroit • Takes On Real Mili tary Aspect | COMPANIES ARE ALMOST FILLED f Local Battalions Will Reach Full War Strength r L Now, bring on a battle. Detroit's contingent of men carer to thine In war la nearing ita full ii war at length and the ranks Hill be V filled when tlie troops depart for , Grayling at 10:30 o'clock. (Friday Bight. There the troops will camp on ft 15,000-acre tract of land that is 1 Ideal for the purpose. The men will ‘ he strenuously drilled In target prac tice and the customary military K maneuver*. The young idea in war. L. the raw recruit, will be taught the L best way in which to capture or kill 4k bad Mexican hiding behind a blade P of grass. H® will smell 'he smoke ■ of mimic warfare and get into the > blase of near battles. i 1 Aside from the harsh features of fr, discipline in camps, the recruits will have an opportunity to test the re t puted greatness of the Grayling flsh ■ In* atreams. There is flnr bathing ■ I there, too. so that the sojourn in the | Michigan camp may Le regarded, in f. • measure, as a nice little summer f eating. 1 "The regiment, after it has been Sufficiently drilled, will probably j. move from Grayling to Fort Hen 1 Harrison, in Ohio, within a short l time," said Major Waldo. "There we will unite with Ohio’s two bri gndes, making a division. Our force I will consist of eight companies of 120 men each. Included are 05 nffl " eera. There will be 108 cavalrymen of Troop B." • Meanwhile, life at the armory con tinue" to be a scene of military bus ■ tie. Many recruits were accepted v Tuesday. After passing through a l medical examination in the "ladles' I parlor." on the main floor, the ac cepted ones are immediately pressed into verrlce. They arc placed in ! eomihand of an officer, and subjected £. to rigorous drilling. The quarters tor this purpose were so limited that , f<* the police department granted per ; pUsaion for the use of Gadil'ac-so . Iv'from Bates-st. east to the county t' - building. and there erery day from j v 9 ft. in. to 0 p. ra. the bevs in khaki fcrtll go through the customary evo tatlons. Some of the ofllcTs take L their men to available fields for P firill K; Discipline is tightening for the troops at the armr.ry While many Ofif them have l»een allowed to go to ; their homea at night that privilege h»* now been withdrawn. They'll I hare to be Indoors at the soldier's [ «.»»few hour, toe. One young man staked permission to go to see hir ' girl In Windsor. Tuesday night. He j j, waa refused. r “Tell I er to come to see you,” an [j officer instructed him. Ma"y sweet £ hearts of enlisted men do come to the armoty to see their soidier lov | era. And they come with roses and l hooka and other tokens for the de 1. parting ones. I COUNCIL VOTES l TO BURY E OFFICIAL MINUTKS * (CmtlM»4 from Pat* Oaat ■ ioor of the city hell. There was a 1 lot of talk about Zink's committee '• Seised with a sndden paaaion for < oeonoray, Chairman Zink and hi* conferee shouted lona and loudly About savins the city $20,000 on the oflclal printing bid. They turned a ‘deaf ear to the plea that the voter ! and taxpayer were entitled to know something about the business trans acted In the common council, i ' Albert T. Allan, that fearless rep foaentative from the Fourth ward [ Who likes to play to crowded gal ji. lartes, supported the keynote speech I Blade by Aid. Zink. Aid. "Eddie” l Barnett., of the Third ward, whole r j tale liquor dealer and former pro- I®- pfietor of the notorious T>resden ■f Case, was also actively interested in | the fight to give the bid to the I>e R trolt Legal News. L. Aid. John C. Lodge asked his col leagues to act In fairness to all ami i readvertise for bids. This motion [ Was voted down. 27 to 11. !’ . John C. Zang, president of the Boy a l Ark, Alexander McKay, sec i; tatary, and other officers and mem ben of the Royal Ark attended the Council meeting to watch their pup pets terform They could not corn A anal the smile of smug satisfaction <|Wr the result of their labors with : the aldermen > Members of the council who t feaakly admitted the inadequacy of (Be aenice offered hv the i.e K ai : Maws earlier In the fight for the ffMffkact, became suddenly silent Royal Ark" they whispers s •agar on their lips BRuti *ha saloon vote rules the CBHBMO council —and the city. report of the special commit- M|l on salary equalisation was tabled for one week when It wa*t discovered that over 50 clerks in the city hall would suffer a salary decrease for a year as a result of the proposed reclassification. I'ndet the equalization plan as reported out by the committee, consisting of Aid. Frelwald. Vernor. Barnett, El lis, Kronk, Jakel and Lodge, the salary roll of the city would be in greased by $35 607.24. all of the In crease going to the police and the Are departments. The reduction In salaries would amount to $5,312.76 Without comment the council re ferred the mayor* communication, recommending that city employes who might be railed to serve In the Michigan National , Guard, be car ried on the city payrolls during their period of service, was referred to committee on ways and means. GUARD OFF FOR BORDER IN 24 HOURS fCewtlewe* fro* r*a« OMi their total will be sent to the border as fast as they can be transported He said the remainder will be called for In the event of hostilities. All branches of the service will be included in the movement south ward. But Funston declined to state Just how the various units will be distributed, as such knowledge would give the Mexicans a tactical advantage. Designation of the state* from which the first contingents will be selected is up to the war depart ment. Funston having expressed no preference in this respect. The big gest factor in any delay to be en countered by the militia will be in equipping them with horses. PROPHETS TO MARCH IN FULL DRESS <r*Ntlnae«i fr»m Page !>*•> Inrnt places in the parade and will be represented by a band from each city of any size. The spectacle will he In five divi sions, headed by Detroit mounted •olice It will -tort from Grand Cir cus p>rk and proceed north on Woodward-ave Shadnkiam drill corps will follow the mounted police Other drill teams and hands will fall In line, constitnting the first di vision The second division, with Prophet William H Baler command ing. will consist of *ll Prophet* not members of the drill teams. The third division will consist of floral floats under the direction of Fred A Cooke. Trade and fancy float* will be in the fourth division, and gro tesque floats in the fifth. Capt. H. A Plrkert, )!ichlgan Na tional guard, is chiaf-of-staff of the parade. A comic band concert, acrobatic stunts and a grotesque parade, in which thousands of visiting Proph ets and their friend* participated constituted Tuesday night's program Woodward-ave. wa* lined front Grand Circus park, where the parade started, to the river Serpentine dancing and twisting and the parad ing of hundreds dressed In odd andr strange regalia, with faces psinted in all color* of the rainbow, and plenty of music, held the attention of the throng of spectators The parade was preceded by hand concerts and athletic games on Belle Isle, and the annual session of the supreme council, in the Masonic tem pie. Following routine business. Washington was voted the next con vention city and the following ofh cera were elected: Grand monarch. William J. Cross, Jersey City. N J : deputy grand monarch, Edward S Schmid, Washington; grand chief Justice. Archibald H. Huston. Colum bus. O.; grand master of cere monies. Jesse K Seartght. Pitts burgh; grand treasurer. Charles M Colton. Rochester, N. Y ; grand see tetarv, Sydney D. Smith, Hamilton. N. Y.; grand keeper of archive*, Dwight E Cone, Fall River. Mass : grand orator. Charles E Wardwell. Rome, N. Y.; grand captain of the guard, Edward C. Pelouze, Rich mond, Va.; grand standard bearer Harold M. Harter. Toledo. O ; grand marshal. Harry W. Ordway, Chi rago; grand alchemist, Henry L. Marsh. Rochester, N. Y.; grand steward. Anthony F Ittner, St I>ouis; grand venerable prophet, George A Treadwell, New Orleans; grand trustee for three-year term. Edward A Southall, Buffalo An unusual honor was paid Grand Secretary Smith. In recognition of his long service, he was unanimous ly elected past grand monarch. A reception to the visiting Proph ets and their ladies will be given by the supreme council in the ballroom of the Hotel Sta Mer. Wednesday night, closing the convention H. V. WILCOX’S STEP-MOTHER IS TAKEN BY DEATH ANN ARBORr Mich , June 21 (Special.)—Mrs. C. B. Wilcox, wife of l)r. C B. Wilcox, publlsler of the Gra*s Lake <M!ch.) New*, died in the university hospital here last night, following an operation Mrs Wilcox was a daughter of Daniel Bpram*. a Decatur, Ind, hanker, and was well known In In diana and this state as a musician of great accomplishment. She leaves, besides her bunhand, a daughter. Mis* Margaret pell, and a stepson, Harold V Wilcox, who Is sporting editoi of The Detroit Times. A camp of Instruction for officers of the Nebraska National guard is open today at Lincoln. SUBMARINE ISSUE MAY BE REVIVED Man* t'aae reguui for American o’ uniou gives wav more and more to tie ''ter mination for aggressive measure* >o bring the wa r to a victorio s < rid Europe's unfriendlv reception or President Wilsons peace talk for c the League to Enforce Peace per haps caused Interest in Germany to veer away from America V. an> rate it ts held here that the presi dent's failure to ob’ain a response has not added to his influence. During recent conversations with public men I have noted a genetal change In their attitude toward America Summed up, 'he German view right now is about this: "Sixty per cent of Americans are against us Thirty per cent are for us Ten per cent aie indifferent Nothing we can do will change American opinion in a wav 'hat will held u* win the war. We -hould go ahead, then, concentrating all our energy on victory ’* The mili'ary and economic situs fion convinces the Germans tha* they have nothing to fear from a continu ance of the fighting An admi-'ior in an article in the l>vndon Mu 1 that the British food blockade can not force Germany to term* ha- eer. widely read here In view of 'he recent eight day* of rain, followed by ideal wea’her for crops, the G«r man people are convinc'd that they cannot he starved out The Russian offensive has not dts turbed the public mind The Cos logne Gazette declares tha’ the Rue sian* not only have been halted but that a successful German counter move is already under way. The Russians, the Gazette *avs have failed in their prime object, to win Rumania to the side of the Allies as is evidenced by the fact that the Rumanian queen is soon to visit Her lin. The Ijocal Anzieger emphasizec another phase of the situation tods' Referring to the English losses In the Skagerrak engagement, to the French losses at Verdun and the Italian losses in the Trentino. the I.okal Anzieger declared the Allies were using magnifying glasses to convert defeats into seeming vie tories. The article concluded with the statement that since the Allies fail to realize they are beaten, there is only one thing for Germany to do —fight the war to a flni-h MEXICANS AND CAVALRY IN BATTLE (Ci»tlssr4 from FaK* o**.» United States and the Mexican de facto government will be in a state of war. American refugees arriving from Chihuahua declared there wa* a large movement of Mexican forces i from Chihuahua City northward The de facto government is report j ed to have fully .30,000 troops mob j ilized in Chihuahua state alone, the majority In close touch with th» American punitive expedition. Ricaut Told To Chase Bandits Fl I'SITED PRESB. BROWNSVILLE. Tex . June 21 Gen Parker has officially remind ed Gen. Ricaut, Carranza command er at Matamorss, of Rlcaut’s prom ise to round up th® bandits wh > crossed th® river and attacked a deiachment of American soldier near here u-t Friday night Porker also furnished Ricaut with the names of handitu known o have par Gnp*• ed In the San Benito raid. Aneieffj Picani. bandit letdet. ha been made a colonel in the far r.m/u armv and rtivrn command of a detachment that will defend the Matamoraa plaza in the event of hostilities, it reported en appar ently reliable authority today. CARRANZA REGIME IS CRUMBLING 1 ln«i*«( free* !*■*» Onet at lea«t. tha' ‘watchful waiting’ ha“ run its course. Official* themselves today pointed to the note sent Carranza as evi dence that President Wilson and Secretary of State (Arising are Anal ly convinced that some other man than Carranza and some other gov ernment than the present de facto structure Is needed to bring Mexico out of her 10-year period of revolu tion. rebellion and Internecine strife No better evidence of this atti tude of the administration could be found today than in the statement of the high administration official mentioned, who said "Thl* government still hope* for peaceful settlement of the Mexican situation we are even yet far re moved from war or Intervention But even should it become neces sary. through «ome overt act of Carranza or his armed forces, for the punitive expedition to take up a more serious task, who would our armed forces set out to flight **** War department officials declared that in the event of real trouble they e*perted no more than two or possibly three real engagements But there would still be left the more serious work of policing and pacifying the rountry south of the Rio Grande It would not l>e a ma* ter. they aav. of taking two or three strategic positions by force of arms, and then treating with the estah lished government for peace, for they are convinced that one o- *wo decisive victories for American DETROIT TIMES arms would break any remaining hold Carranza has on the Mexican i government. ANOTHER LOCAL PLANT EXPANDS Detroit Seamless Steel Tubes Cos. To Add New Building, Tripling Present Space Offi. hls . f *he IVtroit Seamless S'e. 1 " ibe- Cos , No 841 Jefferson ave w®-’ announce the purchase of a large tract of land at the south east corn* r of West Fort and Boyd -ts . on whi'h w ill be erected an im n:en-. p!an' of over 400,000 square feet, which will practically triple their floor space. The building will be of 'he latest type of reinforced concrete construction, and will cost several hundred thousand dollars It i- expected that four or five hun dred more men will be given em ployruent when the proposed factory is completed. At present the com pany employs 700 men. The property Is located four and one half miles from the city hall anti consists of 11 acres. It ha* a frontage of more than 1.300 feet on For - *» . and extends the same dis tance along the Wabash railroad. The land w-*s purchased from the loy estate at a price said to be linn.ooo. H L. Kopel of the fac tory department of the H A. Jones Rea! Esfa'e Go., represented the De troit Seamless Steel Tubes Cos., and F. W. TVennls, manager of the Joy- Realty Cos . acted for the Joy estate The lietroll Seamless Steel Tubes Cos has been In Its present location for the pa»* 15 years. It was reor ganized about 18 month* *go when A. A Templeton, formerly vice-pres ident of the Morgan & Wright Cos was elected president. Other offi cial- are Daniel Well*, vice-presi dent and treasurer, and R H. Phil 1 ip> -ecretary Among Bs products are locomotive flues, boiler tubes and automobile and mechanical tub ing It Is the only company in De troit manufacturing steel tubes. "It ha.- become absolutely neces sary for us greatly to increase our manufacturing facilities." said Mr Templeton 'We have enjoyed a big increase in business because of prosperity all over the United States, and we are so sure that it will continue that we are making even greater provision for the fu ture We intend not only to have a largely Increased output, but wo are also providing for better ship ping facilities including -witching tracks and yards for storing ma terial." MARSHALL TO GET REPRIMAND Contempt Charges Against U. S. Attorney Are Sus tained By House WASHINGTON. June 21. — Con tempt charge* against H. Snowden Marshall. United 3 f aie 9 district at torney at New York. of his <riticlsin of a house suL-ccminittee, were )«u.'tained oy the hout-e toda> hv a vote of 20f to *5. and the -er grant at arms was ordered to take .Va-shall into ou«tod> and bring him iiefore *he bar of the house It is « vpected that * public rep rimand will be the sentence imrosed on Mr. Marshall GIRL STRUCK BY ALTO, WOMAN BY STREET CAR Seven year old Reia Miners, of No f#4!> Ijirnedst., wan struck by an automobile. Tuesday evening, while crossing the street near Eas* f,afayet»e and Meldrum aves S Stein, driver of the rar, stared *hat he did not see the child in time to stop, while severely cut about the face and bodv the child « Injuries are not thought to h» serious She was taken to the offre of br .J T Henry, near Twen»ythird-xt and Michigan ave When Mrs Ciramas Oranken, of No 17 f t John Rst . attempted s o rescue her son’s ha». which had been blown off while they were on a Woodward ave car. she was struck by a following street car. She was taken to Grace hospital. Her Injuries are thought to be • light. FAVOR HARVARD TEAM IN BETTING CAMBRIDGE, M aTs". June 21 - The Harvard and Yale baseball teams turn«d out earh todav *o prac tice for the second game of their annual series with Harvard gating slightly better of it on the beMing flespite the fact that Mahan, «tar mound artist. Is en the >,(k list. Crimson followers predict virtorv with a hig \ this afternoon. Oar rif* Is picked for the box work for Harvnra. The Visitor My unhappy friend life 1a uncertain. We are here to day and gon* tomorrow The Inmate—Not me I go«ta do two more years frlsttss —tk» stSfs NMt kt« 4 that ♦*> -*-V T*-»*s .»e- T> f| •»-!-. gji .§/ § .S. .'.S'.' . S-. • . S r .v: S . 3 S . .qS Amazing Values Thursday in f® 2,000 New Summer Dresses & RJI u 00 «n«/ a ‘ s 2s'°-° 1 Y j # rrn v Style* for Women Styles for Misses i/J) New arrivals which have never been equaled for chic styles and Rood workmanship. Dresses for verv summer occasion. Tall etas, Novelty Silks, \ oi!os in stripes, plaids, floral designs and novelty ! ’ effects, sheer Marquisettes, and Organdies. Skirts flounced, ruffled, corded and tucked. Ouaint col- . T . lars embroidered Organdy vestees. Styles that will instantly appeal to the most particular buyers. N\N ',— : : . 6/0 Smart Washable Dresses at ■ Stylus Dainty new lummer chesses—charming combination* «M T mtm Est ® C *-T f * C/R ’ Feather Boa* ruffle*, tuck* and fntls. • CHoica of atrlped voile*, flowered I y ' / •CJL/ of Red Fox ji j i $3.95 voile, checked voile and novelties. White lovely eummer ? M y J pW colors and two-color combination. Women's and miaaee’ sixes J " ((U fc/S —— ' Girls’Coats D Corduroy Coats <?•* u\ Belt colors and |Sj©IEGELfiS !j£.™ lorS ' Newert rics. Sizes 6to 14. ttM u«««»««»»u* r * eftects f/fl SUBURBAN NEWS FORD VOTES BOND ISSUEi FORTY Mich.. June 21. —With a to*al of but 32 "do" against the • two propositions. village electors Tuesday approved the bonding of , the vi! a*e tor more ilian $60,000, to! provide anew fit*' hall and equip menu and to allow extension of the ; water system to the new subdi vision The vote for the Are house bond question. wh h asked for s3a.in ,M Wrt . Ves, 169, no. 15. For the w ,T»>r extension issue, asking for $.’6,472. the vote wa* D>< • no. 17. Unprecedented booming of real fspta’p in this neighborhood ha> caused the demand for water cx»e n «ion- and inadequate tire protection the latter. LET CONTRACTS FOR STREET WORK and bridges ECORSK Mich . June 21.—A1l es ( timates for the paving of the three ! village street* and the Ecorse creek bridge approach, were accepted Tuesday night at a special meeting ; of Ihe village council, and the con tracts let. Le Due & Scott, of Dc troit. were given the work on the bridge approach at Highs'., w hile the Rice Construction Uo., of Wyan dotte, won the contract* for Flour raaia-st. and St Cnsme line The [). u. Ft has signified its willingness to pave the space between car tracks on West Jefferson ave.. near the bridge approach. The work will be started shortly. Warick Formanek. FORD. Mich . June 21—Most re cent among the June weddings w. t » that of Georg** P Formanek. of I*- troit, and Miss Ethel L. Warick. daughter of Mr ami Mrs. E War irk. of No. 391 Fourth st., Tuesday night in the Presbyterian manse The Rev. Wayson H. Sewell ofll dated. Attending the couple were Miss Rertba Formanek and Gordon Warick. The bride wore a navy blue traveling suit, Dimmed wim electric blue silk and tassels. She carried roses and lilies. Mr and Mrs. Formanek will live in High ■ and Park. YPSILANTI. The culmination of th* « »*• • raises at th* Xnrm*l mjH today when <t I k liarn M r Andrews. *.«l***nt « >P*rtn- Trndent of New ) -rk f Is. t - pressed the graduating »■*-*-. f ty* lv l Oftft members up-.n ' • n* • • •binß! In the world I'l” < n i h e * M. Kenny presented 'ue during whirh time iho- w < i - music by member -f * • troit symphony nrrbe.Tr, U- M- K»nnv also conferred th- 'l**’'-.- Miss Madge Q'llgl-v ;!* -i , , n unlo llhapsodte No *nd Tiof Carl l.ind-nren 4 *c i - pilgrim s Song.' hv Tclvkowsk\ Key. Msrshall H r-ttitt I- l n -h* devotional* The marriage of Vt«« Mary T. ri b-sh I.imli.e daughter f M r an-’ Mrs Robert C I«arnnl* t , < lark r> k era<.n was ar.l-mni/ed Tu*»*lay af’er r.non at the home of the bride, with Hr A H l#»ewm offlriatin* prof It T Houae. who r*«tlirr»d ln«r week from Belgium, where h was aent by the government w ih ft,, peace o.mmtMVtp, has g--ne to Chicago university to s'ioi> during aumnier a* hool At tb- Normal Alumni tn»*timr on Tuesday Iti P-ss- auditorluni ttie fo| lowing nominal n w*r»- made President Ur -« B l-s rd se retarv treasurer, C. f‘ .-t-lnlle The t,». ro |ogi»ta' report wis read by I’rof \ q Krlckson and contained a long llst of deaths Hervlcea for th- lat- \\ llllam It Oshan<) were h-ld Tuesday afi.-iri »0 in the M F. chur< h and **r* * -.n ducted by Dr A II Uee*..n and Ur .1 K. Ja'kiln, of Detroit The flow sr were linuatiallv beautiful amt man; fteorge t Burke, of Anti \rftor It *rt t'lar- Cami>be|l of Plttsfleld \t N Lester. F It H-all. N C Hheiw and and Joseph E Warren were pall b-arers. _ HIGHLAND PARK Miss France • Holland of Wats? vliet ta spending th» n* «t few we- V.* with' Miss Alllne Pierce, of No. *<’ Tennyson -ave. Vfr and Mra Ooodman tiave mo\e-i from No iJh M ghland-ave to No »'■ Iflgbland-ave A “utphin of No ta roioiado-avr who has been confined to hi» horn- hv illness during the past week. Is • ov-ring rap’dU (far r\ Maine o* v ave is suffering from a sever- me of p'r-malne poisoning t,' - 1 f e» T • ' mn-ivt, lia\e returned home after a ►hi’t visit it their summer horn- at; Ivan I.ake Mr- Stew h' 'son. of Pittsburgh. Ta . is via tit £ Mr« «* K. Biadley. of N" s; Monterey av»' . . .. Mi and Mr- M-hlhorn and fami y foim*rl> tilendMlc and Kighteenth uv, i . »r« n- vv makiti* their horn- ;it .No ."2 " iv, r 1 > - .*v e Mrs Meyer-, of No 4* ci-rahi-ave . i« ill in her horn* Mr and Mr ti W B< ton. of N > l>* i'.f ! lart‘l HV» »• Mil*'! ' UH'l’a i Ceil hi me >tr and Mrs Arthur Ellis, of B iffalo. N ) . . Mo M Pagel. of N" *2l H ghland ave. si.ent Tuesday w.th friends a*. Royal uak Mo, Spal ling of B-r-sf rd-ave . * , t*r ri* . i »i lilnoss. f K Bradlry of *3 M.-nt-rev a\' ,* m i.’m inn.iti. ' 1 "ti burin —* 4 Mr !!• mi*' and family moved Tu‘ -a- from N '■'* M anila hi> to No -7 fhUT H' - Mr- William Rogers n. of No. .l*i II hland-a\e \ 4it«d Tuesday w.th f er.ds a* a 1 •*- k rto I -idles Md of Th- forgrega tl.-rr-l rhur n. w>r* .nTertain—l "el tyesda \ uft-'n >n ny Mr* Uuwing. »»f N •* A<; »v e•» Ve. \ me-tirw f the Mens Hmthrr h,< i pi- i ■ *nat * g.4i c-nal - hurcri w , 11 .|.] \Ve.lne«da'. evening in . | of J K Ami*’ .»■ n. Os N-> IMI |i mil Vst4- -4 V e west This IS the regular monthly meeting and irr portant u»in• .-a matters ai - to he I diacuaae-i. The mm*nr*tr.*nt exertdsea <-f the Hnihlntd "«i., h,«n «• h>>ol will tak pla, e on Thus.slay evening, June , n th- u uhtorium of the high »■ h*»*'l I,y n-w idea is being carrteU out n I connection with tne progi.tm ■ th» departments of th- high school will 11■ r-i>res* nt-d <>n i h>- commence* I ment program this y-ar. H-r-tofor* - following out th- accepted hle.i of COmm« 111 emetl' exercises used In th* h ! |K ** h’'**!. t h#• is n n 11 sh ( i* part ment has •..♦.! .» mom ~olr of tt e fiingram, wh rh was tnwde up of es says. oration.*, amid« lamatlons. ik cardinally with .in address o\ an out side speakei a« a variation \\ .-en th- plans for th * war « • oonmem m*nt were taken up the idea w««h" ygneed of having all departments take A part M the - losing ever ires Os the class f r 4 '*' A* a result the... will he -r*n n add ton to the usual essay or or it n. exempl fl> ati- nos the departments ■ f mathematic*, science, language*, htst-.ry. mtisi--, manual training commercial depart ment, dnme.sfb arts and diawing Mr md Mr* A Ann-n and fam ily have moved *r om No <1 t’h ur*' h - ave to No 3-V; U anda-ave Mis Field, of No -t Ferrls-av- . is surrejing soma s. rh.11 4 Illness w n h « on' n.t.g h« r to her home . . 1, M-.v- ..f r: nt. ha * he. n vi » li.ng l * parent* Mr atid Mi « F. M ■ . : ; .-n-’aic -v. M . fitlbl <' a < . *. f No 21 •> High land ave. ha- t.e.-n Obliged to give up her position w th th- Edison <*o. he ral *e of | >or h' .it h Mr .1 n<l Mi - I. «' Mill-r mov* and Tu< *da\ fr r -n No Moss-ave to N-. .'k l.ams-.n-pl S E Hpi tng. of No. 85 M nt-r-' ave Is sei lotisly ill w ith typhoid fe v. r M and Mr c B Roni-i* and «on, 1. 1 • ..1 |ie - Mo n*s. lowa at. «p»nd inu the w.r K with Mr and Mrs (' K M--s. n;:-r of N ;r. Elm hur-t ave Mi ,m>l Mrs U C Bis op, of No 17 < il-nda e ave. entertaine>l at din ner at th- I ft rot t Aa< ht clut* tt:- hr lat patty of rh- H-lnstreeT-Haff l.erg-r wedding. which will fake p! - eop the evening of tune 2* The guests w<-re Miss El-a H<- nstreet 'A |; im Haffberger, Afis* Ruth Pew, A h lat- bo M.4* Mar Vollllo. f’ltf for-l Haffberger and Miss Harriet lit shop M ** El /sheth I.awreson of No I'** Hia ti land -a ve , h.,« recovered from an liln'-ss of sevetal day* royaL oak Lee White has 1-ft to Join his rompan\ of the National Hoard Mr and Mrs M I. perry, of Kal amazoo are visiting their daughter. \T i * Walter l/ihti-11, of No. sth Wa «hlngf on -a ve. Ms.a Winifred Bradbury, of fx»n -- r England -- the g .eat of Mr and Mrs Frederick Dare, of Wash* !n*ton-ave Mr and Mrs W H loghthall and d.i ighter.*, Ethel and Ina. have re turned home after spending the we.k with Mi and Mra Al-'k Klark at l,nk* ftrion Mrs MlHer P-ak-, of Detroit, Is spending two weeks with her dsugh t* r ,\tr* •’ M Edwards, of Kenll worth a\ e • a-pat *'-hweml*r is confined to his hum* by erysipelas '. 1 msfflhfl of 1 r I e || of the Methodist Indies Aid society are r*- quested to r <-*t witti Mrs .1 M Mor ri-on, of Ma- h: ti gt on -a e., tomorrow afternoori «t lu Mr and Mrs I, D. Haggerty, of • 'helifiygHii. arid Mark l’ik» ~f North VakiniH, Masinngton have b«-en tii*‘ gue«ts of Mr and Mrs M H. fisgood, of Enel Fit st-st t'lar* n> < < urnming* of Washing ton .IV . h'|s left f>*r a two-weeks trip to Battle I'reek, Muskegon, •U«> k on ar and 'Band Rapids, visiting friends and relatives Mr- Knt« I levelling has gone to \ 11 ti* r s; *r - r in Ues Moitie* lowa, her daughter M -* H* ien Rla-k. left tor in 1 hi- ig.. arid went to Winni peg '* tii tor irnthu an<l his wife \ll ftoyal tuik - tools have cloeetl for th- summer * a niton. WYANDOTTE Th- Neighborhood Pleasure club w it meet \A -dnes<|av night in Ar he iter h ill It t Ahigrim. Burr oak. Is visit ing r> ativ-s here I'hauta I*l is asso. lation '" ill m-et Tt. 11 *d . l-i»fea»| r f Wednesday r\•r, r j t s was annoum-d. *,n ac . ounf of the gtaduating exet'-ise* in Ms (e-t ir theater R A A M lodge, will confer the .V M rl-gi-e Thursday niaht, in Masonic temple WKI)\IiS 11 AY . III.NK 21, 191 « pltal phy sb ian who is a member of th* r- s--rv« mediial corps, has lie*-n | notified to prepare for service, *l - no all to report has been issued le 1* B A will meet Wednesday evening in 1' M M A hall Petitions for the paving of one street. Spime w»* receive-! and tiled : Tuesday night by the . Itv commie- | s on. and petition* f«-r the of two otheis in the southern y*art «-f 1 tne town ar» being ur-dilated s*» ; Th»*. vvith the recently approved paving petitions, hit f-vv str-ei* of nipnitan e will r*main unpavrd at the en-1 of the present year Morris Bim -aum. Junk d-aler. was order*-! to remove all Junk from the •11 eet in front of his Junk yard. Mll berry an I I’i -st ■st * The itv attoiney was requested f. arrange Anal details for the .1 H Rish..p latid tran-fer. or park pur chas». Report of the poor commission of s.'.’ --x|>enditures for May wa* a- • J Cej.f e,| Pet lion of Ktannola r.r.-there for nernws.* ■ n t*> run -4 fruit -tar.-l <-n j Riddle hv.- at Maple -vnd l-’irst-sts ' was denied a s wa * (I « (. e 111 1 . > nos 1 th.- Wyandotte So- ,al and Athlete 1 li-h for r>*rmi>«io'i to run a r-rivat ■ Inh with pool tables, card* and heer Tne latter -as dewed he Pl** of la k of .1 ithontv the -ronmisslon d-e'ded R .1* *. >r the constr'c 11 nos an ad- | dition to *he m inlcipsl building to 1 house (ue a t*li' nsl tire apparatus. I and <f-la ed nil*" 'he j.ol - .* -n bulnn. e j was h- se.l n th- r>* n iiall 1 on* a.** for •h < 10n st t • t ton •■ f T'o- f* e» nt ve-v.r between S' me re. I • t and F.ur*-kaave, were let to] < harU« Backus RIVER ROUCE Ecorse township h**ard wilt meet W-dnesdav t .: v i< in it > clerk s -iffi - f > e yc’esr jf-ftersnn-ave Trial f<>r th* five young men a*'- i ,uee<l , ’ «« aulting Miss f«tf*rin* I-• 1 ’ - .1 w .- * r ia IMI * h..- *t SI bout* Xmeti'-an. at the iJieat Lakes ! dn<k lS‘t W«-ek was held Wednesdsv ! niH mng In tn*t;.e Burke s ..ffl. e, V fore a Jury. i'(i .**l 1 infantum - au-ed th« death ~f 'he n'nnt 1 h 11,j -.f Mr ami M 4 T• vi Uoniea Burke-ave., 1u- <d.. night * 'mnni-nrement exercises* in the v.U'j- Tuesday night w-r* w-il «f --t*nded H.aiih C'fh .-r Herr-. Belanger re ports fee s< <4' let f. v*-r cp d* n w hit b ii id grown f-' < I most serious nt Iq< ut ion - n«.w h most <l!ed --'i* Rut fiv- .i«»- 1 >-m.i n hk.l tli -«* will b# •. vr 1 by th>- end of tt.*- coining \ve* k EOORSE f*on«M hi* Ale. k Bourrassa Tu*»- da\ r'iiht found .' il- serted automq- I lie or i\ es • I*f * r son .1 ve . •,1- .t to h- < w ne.i by a m .n n-i Tt'-tl Laniii. «>f St I.mils. Mr. Th- Ii *n«s numb-t was Mo M ->ur ra 4 • 1 4 aw .1 t - mg instructions ttom .-’f I.oq * The two wops of \|r and Mrs Fhas Monte, wh - hi* ill of and phfherla. i't l-TipraVinj .Mcntiv .1 -iir-lnted d'l< g, ♦*> t' - Sons 1 f Vet*-ians conven II *1 n in Bsc I'rty this week, wa* f .r<»d to r-main at home FORD ' Miss Re.tr e i’enn-ll B ddle-ave. north, hv- retijrn-d home from Ham. 11 ton fm t Mrs Inhr Foret and -laughter f.or etta, and M «« Elsa f'roiilllatd at tepfled commencement exercises on Tuesday night in ir- ad 1 w amlitorium, • f the f> (' College Mrs Rertha S< hmidt, sister to \fr* Henry Vlrk, Second st , dle-l Tues day night in h*r home in Detroit. | The fourth annual conference of [ the American Association of Agrl cultural College F7dlUira will m"ef I today at Kan«a* State College of Agriculture. Manhattan. Ka*. Senator Lodge and General Wood Get Degrees From Princeton U.! Hanry rabnt rod**, aanator from Masaarhuartts, at Wt, and r,#n. Wood hoad of tb* a?mi, arc ahnwn marchlr.t aide by aid* tn th« . , • r - * - - V * tb** I '.vc "•'* v "~i *■! WINDSORITES, IN NATIONAL GUARD, SEEK SUBSTITUTES Arthur iind Charli e Cooper, father bud sou. of No 1$ l*ark*r. east, in* in*! of military Panda ol CausUo aud tile United States, i.ml Hit in * v* . m an odd predica "'i*t. not .*0 much be- au.*e of duty to country, bill to a wife and uudber, who is djiug. Father and son Joined the hand of ftm Michigan National guard five >4-ar> ago. They »m already mem bers of the milifarx hand of th* Twenty flr*t Ease* regiment of Can ada Rut they answered ih* 1 4*> 11 iur I iiml ili/atioti of the guardsmen ! promptly, and explaining the illness of Mrs. Cooper, ware earn permis sion by the commander in the De troit armory to obtain suhstitutes. Whether they will he released from 'duty on the Amerlean side depends I then on ob'ainir g sul. Mtutes l**rct > U t e> and Fred Northrup, i'*anad'-in subj* f living in De'roif, *nd Mor. ley Wallace, son of FTd watd Wal a< e. of the Twt n’v first regiuuntal band, of Windsor, are doing duty w.’h the Michigan band. EUGENE W. LEWIS IMPORTS PRIZE WINNING TERRIERS Donside I middle, a noted prixe. winning F!ngll*h Airedale terrier, ha reetntly been imported hv Eu gene W I ewi-. of (Irosve Point vil lage. vlee president of the Timken l»etroit \x!e Cos. who intends *0 show him at the coming Detroit Ken nel »luh -how which will be held in Detroit. June 27 and 2k. I ton side laddie, who wax import ed for Mr Lewis by Cornelius T. M'*r-. president of the [vetroit Ken r• I < lul is registered in the English Kennel club and is expected to he h vi n Mrong contender in the local show for first honors. THINK CLEVELAND MAN DROWNED IN THE RIVER iFndtng of ambit's clothes st the foot of Hastings «t . early Wednes dsv morning, by W Hilliard, watch man of No 56 Hustings st, was re ported to the polite Several mark* on the clothing indicate that fhfi clothes belonged to 'led L. l-ingner, of Cleveland, O. ( hecks amounting to $155, a hanking account of $144 and a small amount of cash were found in the clothe* It is thought by police the owner of the clothe* threw himaelf In the river. The Nor'h Carolina Good Road* association will tiegln its annual convention today at Wilmington.