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Jurist, In Formal Statement,
Declares Himself Candi
date for Mayor
Judge William F. Connolly announced Saturday morning
that he will be a candidate on the Democratic ticket for mayor.
He will have no opposition in the primary but will be opposed
in the election by the Republican nominee, who is likely to be
Mayor Marx, although the latter is to be challenged in the pri
mary by D. B. Duffield.
SNIPERS' BULLETS HAVE
NO TERRORS FOR IREN OF
MICHIGAN ON BORDER
Firing From Mexican
Side Accepted As
Matter of Course
SOLDIERS OBJECT
TO MOVING CAMP
New Location Will Be
Several Miles From
El Paso
By VVffrtV W. GILLETTE
(M«ff ('•rff«»«nilfßl Detroit Tlwri.l
El, PASO. T**x . Jul> 21.—Men of
the Thirty fir » Michigan
National Guard, ar- opposed
ally to the removal from Camp Cot
ton to Fort nil. -, v.h1.1. hi.s ho* n
ordered Monday by 'ho district
staff Col I»i.r!ov. and other o’fl
cers of th»* rt’glmt rit also do not
favor tho change A visit to the rlty
■all! horr afti r mean it like of five
miles. potting tho mon to tnurh In
convenience. « tup Cotton, but a
few pacos from Cl l’ajto proper, now
Is regarded by sanitation experts as
the best camp In this district. The
health of the tr<tops ha* been bet
ter than exported during the 10
days the iVdroltera have been here.
Every n.un In the Thirty first to
morrow will he issued ball cart
ridges. both for rifles and pistols.
Eitensive maneuvering la expected
at an early date. Anew consign
ment of horses will reach here from
the remount station, Saturday, and
all mounted officer* and scouts of
the Thirty first will be completely
outfitted for service.
Michigan soldiers are not at all
perturbed over the fact that Camp
Cotton Is less than a quarter of a
mile from the Hlo Grande and with
in reach of the rifles of Mexican
snipers, .lust a few minutes ago
several rifle shots were heard In
the direction of the Massachusetts
camp, a short distance east, and
word Just came to the Michigan
camp that two Massachusetts boys
on river patrol duty had been fired
on by snipers from across an old
bed of the Rio Grande, dried hy the
Intense heat until It Is now a har
dened roadway. It forma the Inter
national boundary line at that point.
(fMtl>*»4 •■ Laae Plve.o
MOTORCYCLES
OVERTURN: TWO
ARE INJURED
Two motorcycle accidents, In
which both riders were seriously In
Jured, were reported to the police,
early Saturday morning.
Paul Htlpack, No. 710 Woodward
are., was thrown from his machine
wulle riding on Woodward-av#., near
•he Reven-mlle-rd.. when hla motor
cycle struck an obstruction and
turned over. He was taken to Oracs
lospital.
A few minutes later Mrs. Kate
Hauklns, No. 263 flemnd svw, was
the victim In a similar accident not
far from where Stlpack waa Injured,
the la In Grace hospital In a serious
condition.
frlsttss Hi plain s#st hlsS-tbat
*• »Sb« flaw J«b Past Msla 4«*,
U.S. HANDS JOLT
TO GLBRITAIN
Demands Answer to Note On
Seizures; Protests
Blacklist
WASHINGTON. July 22—The
stale department has sent both tc
England and Prance a request for
t
an answer to this government’s la«t
note of protest against allied seiz
ures, the department announced
last night
The American note weue dispatch
ed about two months ago.
Th's government’s tight against
the British blacklist has started.
Acting Secretary of *»tale Polk said
las* iiignt. Informal representations
hav,« beep made through the ilrltlsh
embassy and American \mbas?udor
I‘age, at London. l*olk said.
Bar New Yorkers
From Jersey Towns
NEW York! July 22—Panic
stricken by the infantile paralysis
epidemic, cities and towns of New
Jersey and Connecticut are aendlng
back hundreds of New York men,
women and children seeking to go
to their summer homes.
Pesplte the fact that they showed
no symptoms of the disease. 125 ar
sons from Greater New York arriv
ed here early today, having been
barred from Mountalnview, N. J,
and forced to sleep In the railroad
station there all night.
Thirty five children and 25 adults
are expected today from New I-on
don. Conn., where the boat on which
they were traveling was held up. In
pectors at railroads and highway*
leading Into Paterson sent back all
children from Greater New York and
those bound for Rhode Island, and
they have been placed In quaran
tine.
THE WEATHER.
Detroit and vlrlalfri IstiMsr
night aa« *aw4ar. sreaerallf fair and
rontlntird o arm i msitsinm tempera
tare aHoat W»i moderate variable
winds. _ . .
Lower Michigan i t.enernlly fair
Satnrda, night aad ftanday.
Cpper l.aheni (Gentle shifting
winds) generally fair Satnrdav nI«M
and Snndaj wltk IKUe change In
temperature.
Lower Lakesi (Gentle to moderate
ahlftlnp wlndsi weaerallv fair Patar
dar al«ht aad Wanda?.
Hlpheat (emperatare (kta data la
tha past 4* years. II In IPI4| lowest,
K 4 la ISP4.
One year a«a toda r « niphast tem
pera tare. tS| lawrat. Rdt maan. «fl|
partly ctoady weather with a thna
«er storm la tha afternooni amonnt
of rain, 4S laah.
TXu saa sets Satardar at Sifll p.
nt. and Hsea handa? nt ItilT a. ta.
The tnooa rises gatardsy at llidd
P- «•
XShlteier’s Military haad will play
the follewtng propram Sotnrday
afternoon In wstarwi.rks park, be.
glnnln* nt J*o o’clock: March.
B Vlrtorlous America” Fllenhcrg-
Tobanl: oterture. "Fostlval.” Let-
Srr; “Venetian Roee,” Rumha,"
rymer; "Hearts and Flowers.” To.
hanl: raise, "Thousand end One
Nights." At ranee; "Danse Tarlsl
enne." Ha«er; eeleotlon from
-rsYist." Oounod; "Venetian der
anade," Lucautorl; "Routhern Flan
tatlon Melodies;" "Star Rpangted
Bannar.”
FHatlap—'the plain neat hind—that
la H«hS—Tlbmo Jah Dapt—-Main 4090.
DETROIT TIMES
FEEDING THE SHARKS!
HUGE NAVY
BILL PASSED
BY SENATE
Largest Appropriation
In History Carried,
71 to 8
$315,000,000 FOR
NEW FIGHTERS
Strong Opposition to
Measure Looked For
In House
WASHINGTON. July 22—Carry
ing 1315.000,000 and providing Imme
diate construction of four battle
ships and four battle cruiser*, the
general naval bill thl* afternoon was
adopted, Friday, by the senate by a
vote of 71 to 8, Senatora voting
against the bill were: Clapp, Gron
na. Curtis. \a Follette, Norris,
Thomas, Vsrdaman and Works.
The largest previous naval bill
wsa for $260,000,000. by Great Brit
ain, 1n 1914-15.
At the end of three years, the
time set for completing the pro
gram. the United States will hare
added 167 vessels of all types and
will have, in the opinion of United
States experts, a navy superior to
any other except England's. The
CHURCH FAIR PROVES STRENUOUS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.. July 21.—'"Hit
the Negro In the eye/' a visitor at
the Shcrndln Methodist church fair
accepted the challenge. His first
ball caught the black dodger square
In the head and sent him to dream
land.
NKW YORK—Aftsp Bept. 1, New
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916.
cost of the three year program will
be $588,186,576 lor vessels alone.
The terms of the senate bill, how
ever, have yet to meet the approval
of the house.
Senator Swanson, In charge of the
measure, expecting opposition In
the house, has conducted a quiet
campaign organizing the "big navy”
forces for several days. He pre
dicted today that although there
will be a warm contest, the house
finally would adopt a measure simi
lar to the senate.
In addition to the naval program
the bill provides a government
owned armor plate plant, and the
equipment for navy yards—Puget
Sound, Boston. Philadelphia and
Norfolk—for the construction of bat
tleships.
While some of these warships are
to be built In government yards. It
is expected that the armor plate
plant will not be finished in time to
furnish material for any of the pres
ent program.
The bill also provides that line of
ficers of the navy hereafter shall be
promoted by competition and selec
tion rather than by seniority and for
many reorganizations within the
navy department.
DEUTSCHLAND
AWAITS BREMEN
By CARL D GROAT
(Ftaff Correxpondewf United Pret* )
BALTIMORE. Md . Jnly 22 After
the German sub-sea frelghtet
Deutschland bad failed to take ad
vantage of a terrible lightning and
rainstorm to get away from her
slimy Patapsco shelter early today,
the belief grew to conviction that
aha awaits the coming of her alster
ship, the Bremen.
The latter la said to be taking
no chances with the allied patrol,
hut Instead la reported to be con
voyed by fighting submarines.
Yorkers can make sure of their
eggs. The law requires labeling of
cold storage egga on the shell. In
letter* at least one-eighth of an Inch
high.
WOODPORT. N. J.—Herman Wes
ley had long refnaed to lower a Ger
man flag which he had raiaed In
FIGHTS HOLD-UP
MAN,SAVES COIH
Martin J. Maloney Keep* Gun
men Busy Till Police
Arrive
Martin J. Maloney, who conducts
a grocery and saloon at No. 276
Brooklyn-ave., was counting hia re
ceipts at midnight. Friday, when in
slouched a stranger and asked to be
served with a drink.
Maloney told him it waa too late,
but the man wras so persistent that
the proprietor of the place finally
consented. When the two men
reached the saloon, the stranger
whipped out a revolver and com
manded Maloney to throw up his
hands.
Maloney complied, but his right
shot out and gripped the wrist of
the stranger’s revolver hand. With
the other he seized him by the
throat, and the two engaged In a
struggle. They were on the floor,
fighting for the poeseeslon of the
gun, when the police arrived.
At the Trumbull-ave. station the
stranger said he Is Joseph Murphy,
32, of New York city. He will be
charged with attempted robbery
while armed. Maloney is well known
in the city. He was president of
the Detroit Retail Grocers' associa
tion for three terms, and is now
chairman of the board of dtrector*.
A fcelatatf aad a*r« ar leas taakrtatad
rltlMa waadered a lona Waadward
ava., lata Friday night, trying to
And a eoraar where the eara stop
ped. "Wharaah ona of thank attp
•kop—l mean akop-attp—hlc —etok
atlp comers were rarer etonT’ ha
Inquired of a pedestrian, who di
rected htyyi to a corner with a
white pole.
rHatteg—tk# plain neat kind—that
Is tiglt—dtaaa Job Dapt-. Main 489n.
honor of the Deutachland. Today
he awakened to find the flag pole
ent down by a committee of indig
nant villager*.
CLEVELAND, O.—Declaring hla
wife prepared only 10 breakfasts for
him in the laat four years, Jacob
Lane sued tor divorce.
COUNTER ATTACKS AGAINST FRENCH
LINES EVERYWHERE REPULSED, SAtt
PARIS; BRITISH HEAVILY SHELLED
MERCURY
IS AGAIN ON
THEJISE
Probably Will Reach 90
Today, Says Ob
server Conger
RELIEF ONLY
TEMPORARY
Two Prostrations But
No Fatalities Re
ported
Another hot wave, which may be
regarded as a continuation of the
warm spell, broken only temporar
ily, t-truck Detroit Saturday morn
ing. when the thermometer started
to rise rapidly. At 8 o'clock the
mercury registered 82 degrees, and
wan blill aacendlug.
Weatherman Conger Hays the
temperature will probably register
as high as 90 degree* Saturday. Aa
the humidity is quite low the heat
will not be oppressive. During the
night the mercury deacended to 70
degrees.
Little fault could be found with
the weather conditions of Friday
and Friday night Though the ther
mometer reached 87 degrees at 5
o'clock In the afternoon, and hover
ed above the 80 mark until after 8
o’clock, the warmth was tempered
by cool breeaee.
There were no fatalities from the
heat Thursday, and only two pros
trations were reported. A man
whoae Identity has not been estab
lished, became unconscious late Fri
day afternoon at Congress-st. east
and Randolph-st. He was still un
consoloua in the city receiving hos
pital Saturday- morning. The name
"Momento Morrsll” is tattooed on
his right orm. Floyd Twitchell, of
No. 28
city receiving hospital, a victim of
the heat. TwltcheJl. who is in the
street carnival business, whs pros
trated at Fort-et. west and Carc
pau-st.
SKIP-STOP IS
REAL BOON, SAYS
STEPHENSON
B. F. Stephenson, real estate deal
er, indorses the skip stop plan re
cently put Into efTect on Jefferson
and Woodward-ave. lines.
"It sometimes takes quite a while
for the public to get used to some
thing new, but I firmly believe that
the city street cars on all lines
should be run on the skip-stop
schedule," said Mr. Stephenson in a
talk to his salesmen.
"Detroit la a big city now. and It
covers a larger area than most peo
ple Imagine The growth of the
outlying districts has been tremen
dous, and every property owner and
resident In these districts adjacent
to the city, wants rapid transit. The
skip stop plan brings Royal Oak
nearer to Detroit by eight minutes.
We might say that Royal Oak. under
the new schedule, is nearly two
miles closer to Detroit than for
merly."
Big Fields and Fast Horses
at the Blue Ribbon Races, Fair
grounds, Monday.
Ve«e tor DR. HOBK.RT T. WIL
• LIAM* for ( orontr —A4r,
60 CAUGHT IN
RAID ON “CLUB”
Sixty men. most of whom had
come to Detroit to attend the Wind
sor races, wore arrested Friday
night In a free lance raid on the
‘ Loyal Home Fraternity club.” No.
290 Woodward ave. One man, claim
ing to be a New York millionaire,
waa among the prisoners. He gave
his name to Police Commissioner
Gillespie at Frank Bradley and
claimed to be stopping at the Hotel
Pontchartrain. Inquiry revealed that
he was not registered there.
The “club," which the police
claim is a gambling bouse, is con
ducted by "Doc” Hall, who waa
questioned by the commissioner and
released. A gambling charge may
be brought against him on a war
rant. Bradley, the "millionaire,”
who had $969 in caah In hia pocket,
was held on a charge of being a dis
orderly person.
BANKS GAIN IN
WEEK $5,000,00©
-i-
NEW YORK. July 22.—Reported
movements of currency this week
indicate gain by banks of little more
than $6,000,000. Banks gained from
Interior $6,046,000. Gold Imports to
taled $27,000,000, Including $4,000,000
sent to the Philadelphia mint.
The loss on sub-treasury opera
tions proper was $32,312,000.
During the week federal reserve
banks’ debit balances at the clear
ing house amounted to $12,364,000.
Its credit balances amounted to SR,-
996,000. The banks' gain through
this source was $5,369,000. This
made the net gain by banks of $5,-
103,000.
It's Cool mi Wayne Oirdrva
on the river front at Thlrd-ave High
class cabaret, dancing, case.—Adv.
Crlirtln*—<h*> plain aoat kind—that
te Harkt —Tlmri Job Milo 4530.
More Orientals Fighting tor the Allies
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H BwmA « m B
The contingent of orientals to arrive in Franoa to Affct for ft#
allies ar*» native* of Anam. Soroe thousands of them bars boon landed Mb
Franca and are now on the western front.
EXTRA
Gas and “Tear” Bomba
Poured Into First
Line Trenches
TEUTONS SWEPT
OUT OF COVER
Will Soon Lose Last of
Their Natural
Defenses
BT UNITED PRESS
LONDON, July 22.—Osn. Half
reported today progress of an
Intones artillery combat along
the Brltiah front For the Mat
12 hours the guns on both oMoo
have roared and the Oaewiapy
have poured gas and tear-mak.
Ing shells Into the British front
line*.
BT UNITED PRESS. '
official statement. They do*
corrod at Moulin. Boustoorvont, la
the form of reconnaissance aaaaalts.
In artillery bombardments near Fo
min and Fleury, an organig|frjQph
man attack south of Damloita, aM
a strong assault north of St. S&0. jpl
ware repulsed.
BY UNITED PRESS.
LONDON, July 22.—For the Brat
time since the allies’ great pndh
started, the Germans are losing the
advantage of defenses furnished by
nature. Official dispatches today In
dicated that with the lmpeaAng
capture by Gen. Haig’s forces of
the whole of Foureaux and DeMlle
woods, the Oerman forces In this
particular sector will be swept out
of the last vestige of natural cover.
This explains the tenacity with
(ToattaMd on Pajr* FTva.t
ONE CENT.

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