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KHUNM” ELLIS BACK IN SADDLE Fallen Grand Rapids Boss Regains Old Authority [ RENT CONVENTION IS BIG SUCCESS 1 Lincoln Chib Banquet Addressed By Gen. Goethab BY W. L. OAUfOK. (|bf ftwgjWdX Detroit TtaMS) < ORAND RATO*. Mich.. fA IX— Hi political card* ten ten n #teflßad tg Kat oownty no nddnl; M to wake evarytody take notice totting to tbn dan Ur's neat and filing blandly aft on* and all. i» k - mm oftbnr than tkaft master at ptotoi arta Itoisa George I. Tbn worthy dawnon ban ataged a fas li ni b to Rapabltcaa otreies H> t «M tbn rattag spirit to tbn Kent canty Rngnbllnaa ooamtka Mon dteg tod bn wtll bn cm rating spirit . Os tbn dnlngatlon of 71 men who wMI [■ est to tbn stain cowvmiUaw in De Tbmn wars many who thongbt the Mnean wan all to ooilticaUy For . to IWi bn rated Grand Rapids as ftp Mayor, to want ball ■naatag la . toU and to vast bank to the (X O. ; l». « coepte of yaara later. Bat be aft mm mm year ago. than be feU to bln sixth mayoralty battle sad 5 ton ratbnd to tbn eldwllnaa Last tall be was decisively baa ten tor tbn state nnnata. Yesterday, j? to* delegates mat tor the county | ton toteMbaTthaTfiiry U ito^l . pore oawipletety repreneatad. Zara ' tototber and Mg new drifts bad not togt the young fiarmer delegates st to b bfttbf ton any an to tbn ton and Mantes ISfotodT SaTtoMn took^e (tod that Kant oauaty topfbllnnM Ifito toted tbn nteftnnlwna They wiu la lb tbsftr aouaty an owl of ptoMeal rtnoe the Deosocrats F Olnannd up on the«u no eomptetety f totot MIL tort they have amend Ora ? ggg tola In land them. Itom the deacon prop os an fte ran Ito tommies Inner si largo next ■ Mtodb. Grand Rapids has daoftdad to tototo dtod tola practically wfll be || Rfß pgndaoted candidacy tor ooaunie irr toft Mayer Tito. It was « tog of this kateddoonapftc [ Mtoteal day that the Mg Lincoln I dWb banga at wan bald barn lent | tot It van gaits proper, there | torn, that tbn principal npnnbnr of [to pQtoitng. George k toMbala. toald talk tout -slips 1 and si idea.* Os eoaraa. One |. tonfkals was dlMOtotag the Panama | aanal. bat then the canal has noth I to * tha Kent county O. O. P [ abea it oomaa tn »tlpo and slides Tba baagaaft was a big s eoceea LWteto Aldan —Mb wan able to i— bora ta time to act as tcastmav l bar and to tail how It feels to be r nan near oy a ford Deacon mis fe bad g nails a yard wide for every f. bidy and tbn crowd was well pleased I ip ana and bser the mu who buffi I to Mg ditch at Panama, i; Tba Kent county delegatee to the ■to—M eonvsntloc nay that will ask 1 totes tor only one thing They want | Atten M. Preeland glran tbn aotu Ibmtlen for member of the stats | binrd if education LAUNCH MOVE i TO AMERICANIZE FOREIGN WOMEN of attoa *oßi*a la Detroit u * Fan aa Um moa wan becun Monday j |F tko women's oammtttee of the rißorlmnlisrian department of the f MiuM Board of Conunarea. Oopoafin mwMHf Dwt-ott |BBBOa\I clvbe gathered la the Brerd | pf OWairr* auditorium and h*ten fcji la a talk by mae Anne Rhode sis BBor Tort, field worker and edoca Lpaak oaport for the National Amer IkplHtkß oommitte# w)th a com Blttoa fkaOi the school hoard the LMraft women's comm It tew are ffNMJat alioa women into the night IglMat MBia aB that Detroit wo Bpa «WM of aa? other ofty to pro Bate !■■*—BlMUno among their WBBmb C. Barbonr I* chair ■■ if tbs woman * committee A flpßWa of actlTltjr WUI ba mapped oat BMaMad of the w» men Intrree* SB «Ba work In the quarter# of th- BHMBI Os Women's club*. Wed O the Stage SABMtn. Detroit. ta spits Os bar nsthless drtvs for tha dollar, still love* bar tn hrrg or at loast tha maetar loti bss bis oSoUrara la this dyna eita eltv This w»s ladloatad Mp> Osy elgwt. wfc*e a highly enthuefn#- tlr suSlesc#. If eot b vary large ©■*. aaioyaO “Tha Merchant of vaaloa as Interpreted by B'.harl ft Msn tall aad ooiapany That Interprets* tins. by tba way. was stoat tba beet obtainable at present. aster M**»- tall la ease "lad lo be tba groat eat Aai art ran «ip ■>.«( ©f **»sk*#p#sr aaa drama. n>> kindly did tba lover* of tba mors sarloua ta tha drama taka to tha nfftrlng that Mr Mantel! wa* railed brfort tha certain aft«r •ash act. Including the last, an un usual unmpliment Tha actor ap peared than spick and span tn a tuxedo. eot at all tba flhylock thst won admiration thruout tka rv*nin* If It appeared s bit Incongruous It a'-rant uated tha artistry of tha per former. If Mr. Mantell gave a finished and echoiarlv tmpersonation of the Jaw Mias Oeneviev# Hamper, formerly a Detroit gtrl. and la priest* Ilf* Mrs Msntrlt. wsa not fsr behind h m In her Fortin. Fhyeloolly tha chsrmlng womsn fitted the part splendidly. Thar* vy s tlm# whaa It *u con •td*r*d tflnt Ml*a Hamper performed her fall duty whaa aha looked beauti ful. bat aka ha* added to tha bi#*»- Ing of haauty an ability tn art. and aha amased bar admirara by preaaol lag a Fortin than which mna bet ter could ho 4aalred. Other chars" ter* war* In good hands but none stood out as did the Vantell family, which, with Ml»s rthal Msnfell who made a youthful and satisfying Jes ika eoatrlhuted greatly to tha un folding of the story. Mr Manta H’s flhylock Is mao that might be expected of a man who has woe his way to tha top by rea son of hard study and perhaps closer application to hia work than almost any other present day actor has #iv an For year* expert* on thing* theatrical refused to bell#** that Mr. Mas tall «ti a great act«r. but ha had an abiding faith tn hi* own greatßMS aad has at la*t forced others to *** It . Hl* careful prepara tion I* indicated by an analysis of hi* work In the character of the Vene tian usurer, but tba art la try lie* in his ability to make tba action appear apoatanaona Not eo much, hawrrw. can be *atd for torn* of thdbe who aas’otad him Oaa er two road their Unas in a #r>rt of sleg-soeg fashion as on# might expect la a high school portrayal of tha play. However, these alight de fects only t aad ad to oanphaaite the really aptendtd work of the stam As Mr Man toll has studied hi* •wn work to rank* It correct in every detail, h* and Mr Brady hav# made the entire production as nearly historically correct as poastbls. Frits Lelber, as Baaaanlo. was mack appreciated. Ho looked orary leek tba part aad tha audience glad ly overlooked hie faulty rendering of his linen. Joke Burks, as Antonio satisfied everybody aad parformad hi* part ta a dignified way. As *»• true of tba others, ha did hte wurh with a seriousness that waa lmpr*e gfvu without at say tlm* being pain fully aad dramatically heroic. A» hart L. Barrett aa Lorenso. flay Uadslay as OraTtaao aad Oeorge tt :J --aoa as Tubal performed their parts la a highly gratifying manner John Wray aa Launrelot Gob bo was ao much aajoyod that tha audience would gladly bare had more of him. as his comedy tended to add a dash of cheorfulnoas to the srsatng's rou tine that made It highly enjoyable. All of the other parts war* In quite or sable bands. Mr. Maa'ell will offer -Hamlet Tuesday night. -Richelieu" at Wed aeadar'a matinee and “Macbeth Wednesday evening DwratoiT opera torn It saama to be the fashion tkls year, la playa to mix a alien of the slams, several doses of religion, aad meok of tba oldfaabieoad aselodrn matlc heart interest along with bu colls simplicity, village aarrowaeea downright virtue, gentle optimism, sneaky villainy. #tc_ as evidenced ta Otis Sklaaora new play. Ml star An tonio." seen for tho Brat tlm* locally Mt-udsy evening la tho Detroit op era boat* Thar* are a number of plays of tkls port pleasing tbs pub lic this season tbs fsverl t* seeming to ha “Turn to the Right." not yet brought to Detroit. Booth Tar king ton urroto "Ml at* r Antonio." aad la Toay. tka itinerant t -rdy-gurdy man. he has given Mr • sinner one of the moat lovable of the mac r stag* characters with which tbnl aorempliahed actor has been associated. Tony, who k**pe a flower shop on New York's east side In ths winter months, and trudge* along the dusty roads snd thru the sweet-smstllng flclde and lan*a of the open country tn the laxy summer day* with his faithful little donkey. Capttano. la a car«-free. honest opti mist. aver with a gay song of hts native Italy on his tips and a cheery word for all whom h# meats Mr Bklnnar seem* to like Tony, and #o cleverly and Ingenuously dues he C resent the character tr.at he r s*-- Is audience lik* him. t • Th»r» was no mistaking this M ndsy »**n. lag. for Mr kklnner w»« rc all" 1 a great many times at the m l <»f each of tba four acts of the play and even had to make a *-'<» ft of tho cordial reception given him. After the playwright Inir'Hlure* Tony In a corner saloon, where hie good nature aavea a wretched drunk from being thrown Into the #»reet minus hat. coat and e*«h -all of * telch h* auppllee the unfortunate— the action move* to a small Pennsyl vania hurg railed Avalonla. where Tony find* the *ratwhlle "bum ’ h» ba* ogfrlrnd-d th* auetere mayor of the town with a reputa tion. The mayor having gone to tfgw York on bnwineaa. simply slip pod on the prlmrooo way aad slid In to the gutter. What take* place on a Sunday la Avalonla. where the misapplied <"hrla tlanlty la Introduced, would loa* everything la the tailing her*, for y> u must participate in ?• from thte s'de of the footlights to enjoy It. H«r*. «-h>. In tha narrow bigotry of the \illagera more Interested In con demning the etnner than the *tn. »I ring* Into life. blo**' m« and bloom*, a tender romanrW-T' ny and little June Ramsey wl be cause ah' was tired of "nothin’ hap fienln*" and wanted to dance snd sngh and *'ng wa* to he turned out of the mayor** house Into th* "high road " Tony turn* h»r eager I'tti* feet late the oath waa was to lead them eventually to rr.arrlagt, Italy and happiness Mr dhlnner as Tony Is altogether delightful, and J me wa* charming ly portrayed by Eleanor Woodruff Robert Harrison did an unusual hit of character work aa Joa. a half-wit ted man whom Tony had found home leg* and wandering and had tnada hla -pardner’ on the hurdy-gvirdv wanderings . Tha character Is oaa of humor and pathos, with an under enrvant that aroaaee pity for Jo* with hla funny Ittlle toy pistols and b<* hallucination that he la a great general. Tha eartona other rolaa are tn th* capable hand* of Walter F. bcott. flu* Ana Wileon. Francea Undr, Fattor*' n M'Nutt, I»ulae flydmeth. Joseph Brennan. Ernaat A Elton. Jaooit Oommetta. William Loren* and Wlaona Dennison. Bid MAE HAWTHORNE TKgfl.E "Mamaonn Onprlea." a delightful a«e not romance, hands tba Tampla bill this week, and gleae Amelia Stone and Armand Kallas an oppor tualty to display their unusual tal ant* Mias Atone la a recent recruit to the vaudeviti* stage from musical aogsody. In which she appeared #o succesefully for years Mr. Kallsshae written the music and lyrics of *Ma mselte C?opr)ct I '' which is a suc cessor to -Mon Deotr" and "Mon tAmear." Ml*s ftnaa. who cintaas Datrott no hoc boaaa alty. I* aa actress of grant harm and pleasing personality. Har staging and dancing I* ao far above par that tba audieaca applauded and re -applauded at tho opening per formance. Monday afternoon. Tba setting for tba yiaca. onugual aad particularly artistic, waa ortgl aatedhy Mr Kalla* It present* * "caprleloue dl*lng-room In a— «•- pr I clous hotel Tka lighting effect* are exceptionally well manipulated Tba act has a of a plot that bleada wall wttb the Ivrtca and at ilt of Mr. Kallas* authorship. For tha purpose of atimulntmg pa triotism this weak * hill la • won der. After th* opening overture th* orchnotra played th* “Star Bpangled Rann«r." ana shortly afterward* there waa flashed on tha acroen pic tures of Pershing'* army coming out of tha Mexican taterlor. Tn«-a cam* tba California Boy*' band, with plenty of martial muale. The band appealed greatly to tha audience. •no called for three or four *n >er<*a It 1* a well-drilled ©rgamaa ticn of it pieces r*peMaliy **!*cie<l from th* membership of th* Colum bia Park B.'ye' club of Han Francis co Tha muslo of th* heavy brass kit a popular chord. Partmell and Harti# feature danc ing tn th#lr art altho they also atng well M!a* Harris make# an excel lent man In |m*g attire and captivate* manr a heart Nelson Waring presenting "A Man and a Ftano." put* a raw twtat on some of the tune* that hava been poru'ar Wth the ptiMlc A'*«. he lrf , * ,, preta m me of the masters* works with ex ceptional *klll and finish Arthur Pea g»-n the well-known flcotrhman. pr'trlde* mo*t of the humor on th* Vtl He tell* about a eoupl# wa*'-h --*rg the New Tear eomr In tn a New Torn ogf# ta a war that only h* could do. Alexander brother* open th# bfl! with a ball-boun<-«ng exhibition that b** much In the w*v of »*wn**« M-flban* and Ha'bway have several rr t#r*|i*tnr dancing and ateglcg nnn-ber# and th* bll 1* cl"e*d by ♦h- Four Wafer* Me'"'.' rntti". w fc o#e perform* nee show* teroark atle aklll *nd daring MlLrtß. Tiny Huchea nvdarg two big afw phants about thla week on the Mil** stage sha la an aglla aprlta. for an East Indian maiden, and pirouettes fearlessly about lha great baaats. directing them her# and there with her prod, and having as much fun as a frolicsome girl might have with a couple of coin# doga While aha *ratlaa and dances with her ala phantlaa pet* they dance poadaroua ly after her They lift her with thalr trunks, and let her skip upon their lags Tiny Buche# puts her head In big Rajah a mouth, and than holds her audience tn terrified »ua ***** whit* *h* order* him to settlo down while *h* repose* beneath his ponderous hulk Every girl who aoea Hobaon and B»atty will say that th# dreseea that they wear ar* “a dream ’ Thay are two young women, moat pleasing to look at and liatsn to. who »!ng mslo dies that ar* lean atrld«nt than ar# many vaudatlll* song*, and play to gether at the piano. Th# Three Hagai* furnish a gen erous supply of heroics with their weight and body-lifting atunta They give the old acta ta anew drees ap pearing tn blacksmiths' aprons They hold each other by the weight of thair Jaws aad do finished ensemble horia«otal bar work. At th* last on* of them hold# a heavy anvil by hla teeth while his companions beat it with hammers Margaret Ilaa who appear* as an imp or th* teaemema ha* a laugh p reducing skit. “Tba flow! Savara." Manning and La*, a mixed team, bring noma good laughs with thalr repartee, and plena* with thalr sing ing. while Mack and Irwin keep up a Bow of Irish humor and Uliitag melodies OBTHEI m Th# A1 Golem troupe again cap tured audiences ia tba Orpbeum the ater. Monday, with a spectacular ex hibition that include* everything front pantomime to htgh-class aero bet ion There ar# nearly a acora of oriental* In the company aad thalr exhibition comprises a pantomime entitled "The Slave Market." and nearly a dnxen other numbvrs. Beau tiful scenic and costume effect* aad arm* marvelous stunts mak* th* sractators fairly gasp with aatoaUb mant. Thera !a a woman on the hill this wtek who deserve* special mention Bha la Marlon Munson who plays eight character* 1n about 1* minute* making quick change* tn costume with each one. She puts on what ta really a complete playlet and her work ta rapid aad clover to aa an te ante. Eillott and Mullen carry eff tba laugh honors with their clever com edy and follow It up with a variety of *•>*(« ft- th are in blackface Campbell and Meeker offer another larg» batch of n*>naena# that makea the and «nc# loath to ee# them I*- "erf. and there'* a sketch "T l • R-ght Man." put or by a c- mpany of three player*, that Introduce* *»>m# good acting and a lot of action. Chester Gruber opens th* bill with T/U*-b comedy In which he Is ma ter ally assisted hr an automatic dog Th* plotur* pr' |'am is beaded by Mrs Vernon Castle In th» fourth *pt *r>d# of the war prcpac.dne-" and m cl»ty serial "Patna Thi» -i -fur- I* fuP of exciting even'*, but It# -blef intereat thla w*»k I* the defy ing of Mra. r,«|. >n a hot*! ball room Mrs Cas*le llvm up to h»r repotstlon lr the matter of new sow ns and other finery la woman a apparel. Children Cry for Fletcher's CASTOR IA VV>N'W \\\J Thm Kind Ton Hatb Always Bought, and which has been Is OM lor ortr over 30 trots, has borne the signature of —End has been made under hia per tJLs #OMI since ita infancy. ry4 fTCflflt Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Juxt-aa-good»» ajg but Kxperlmeuts that trto with and endanger the health of Infants tad Children —Experience against Experiment. What Is CASTORIA Castorin Is t harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its *#* *■ ks guarantee. For mors than thirty years it has been ta constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency. Wind Colic end Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, Vida the assimilation of Food; siring healthy and natural tie «. The Children's Panacee —The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years Th# Kind Yoy Hav# Always Bought v**u nunvsyn **n*awv, wen v**« u»vw DETROIT TIMES NEW YORK’S SUBMERGED FOR PEACE Working Masse* Are Deaf To Call of “Patriotism” WILL NOT FIGHT FOR EXPORTERS Principle of Sea Rights Not Worth lives, They Contend NEW YORK. I>b. IX—Naw York lx panting for new thrill* Thai Is. the part of It which re cetane thrill* *t *ll. t*. Th# ra«t of It lx plodding along living In <Ni* room, working In sweat shop*, sleeping SO gtrl* In two room*, a* th* *xltr©**ea tn x cartaln restaurant were found to be dviing. laying mxttr«©9«x Ilka ear pat on tha floor snd all rising st one* snd piling thorn In s hasp. Tha wage of these girl* la $3 per week, eked out by tips to M find $7 Tha wage* of many man with wire# find children la S!X They psy 17 for s wretched room without nny light but a well, own a gss plat# and boll soup In a corner. No. these people are not looking for thrill*, they are looking for food aad a way to eanp© thla awful sar rlflce of life to the huge maw of a aoulles*. terrible city. The thrillers are of eeveral kinds They are the women who hare little to do and are deluding them •elvea with tb« sentimental gush of patriotism while they make hidn out bandages—bandage*, meant for ogty wounds —and masquerade In Red Cron* caps and apron*. They are men on the ttock ex change, fererishly watching the ticker aa It rolls out Ita tale of an ebbing or rising tide In stock*. They are substantial dtlxena on Fifth-ave. who enjoy seeing the Star* and Stripe* wave from above the lofty portal* of their ultra mag nlflcent homes, stirring an Instinct, primitive and ananaljsed within thalr satiated breast*. Bat There are meeting* every nigh* In this big city Meetings tn high schools, hala. In every available place; and these meeting* are be ing held by the working men and women who ranine what war will mean to TTfFTM No glamor of life and drum; no Illusion of a eoun’ry's honor; no worship of the idol of patriotism a* personified by war ta tbclr*. Only too wall do they know that what battles are fought will bs fought by them: what blood epTCed. will be thetr own; what widow* and or phans are left will be their srlve* and children. Th**# men are asking oper.ly "What concern is It of mine If a few American experturs srn de prived of profit* If s few Ameri can travelers, too !elfl.eh to f*ay at home, risk their live* on th# *eaT” "Is the principle involved snfil '•l'-nMy great for me to give my life for it? Tp endanger the safety snd maintenance of rr.y family’** And they answer vigorously: IT IS NOT. Thousands In on* meeting in Car negta hall roaa M one man aad In rsed th* roe olutlon that there be no war without a rota of th# people Not on* disc*alar la all that east coAoouna WILL TRANSFORM ARENA TO STAGE RELIGIOUS SHOW Tb# ww TNtrott Arana, where the -Parkneea and light" mlaaiotury pageant will h* h«ld April 30 to May IS. wil b* transformed Into an amphitheater. seating about 3.100 perron* a* soon aa thr |c*-*kattni ►♦•ai"»n ends. John DeMott. of New York, superintendent of construction for the pageant anooeiatiaa, was In I Detroit R.uarday and lnapected tb* Arena. Mr DeMott brought with him Rob ert Boland. who win bare direct charge of tb* carpenter work Bo iiuid will remain bora until after the pageant. Work In enrol!tn* tb* lfi.Sfifi pee neceeaary for prorating the » ertarl# la progress rapidly 1n tb* l>>« or more Detroit church** luter «*?ed tn the project. Seorstaries In charge of ihla work bar* mad* en coursglng reports A man meeting of p****»*» tutor r«r*d In the pageant movement was held In the Woodward are. Baptist church Monday ntcbt. CARRANZA HAS PLAN TO END EUROPE’S WAR WASHINGTON. Feb U.—Gen Tarransa. Mexloo first chief, ha* made a more which be bdiamee will hasten an end of the European war In a note addressed to all neutral nations he asks Joint action In pro hibiting exportation of foodstuff a and munitions to belllrsrent nations OLD KING BUNK COMES TO BAT CHICAGO. Jb*b 11.—President Weeghman. of tb* Cuba, who left •oday for New York, has a big ‘'deal" up bia Sleeve. A vpectacu Jar baseball coup will he completed before be returns, he htnted upon having. “1 haee a deal tn mind which will make the Eddie Collins and Tn? Speaker transactions look like ptk era 1 expect to return Thursday Fred Mitchell will com# back with me. I bar* unlimited money with which to finance the deal, but I won’t mention any name* yet." Delegate* from many states are expected today at 8L Joseph. Mo. for the national convention of tha Pike’s Peak Ocean to Ocean High way association To Edison Customers— About Coal We had so touch coal released Sunday and Monday from blockaded junction yards that we can give full service until after Saturday night, unless something unforeseen happens—for instance, a blizzard; or a wet snow, which would break down signals and clog rail road switches; or a sudden thaw T ANARUS, w T hich would mean floods—each about as bad as the other. We will con tinue to keep you informed by advertisements in the evening newspapers. About Economy of Current We thank our customers for the response made to our request for economical use of our service and wo ask that they continue in their economies. Every little helps. The Detroit Edison Company TuMdar. February 13th. Alex. Dow, Pretident. ./ * » • * SEND TEUTON MEDDLER HOME Man Who Inspired Berlin Pun Proffer Most Lear* Country WASHINGTON. Ebb. ll.—When tbs FYederlk VUI putt to a*a to morrow with German Ambassador ron Dematorff It will bear an une* pec ted passenger. Dr. Georg* Bar the Una, German. Washington corr*# pondent for quaaiofflcutl Cologne Ossetia. Tha reason for bla passage la founded on tb* German props gandist mor* for a conference lo avoid war. Tha state department, after careful Investigation, deter mined ba Inspired Germany to rnahr her proffer His more so exasperated officials that they arranged tbal be should bar* his passports hack. home. Barthsltnes Intimacy with tb< German embassy and his connection with the Cologne paper made him virtually a German official agent TUESDAY. FEBRUARY IS. 1917. Ills dispatch. Inspiring the "peace more” was passed by nary wtralaas censors, soot a what deleted, but apparently without full realisation of tta intent HARDWARE MEN OF STATE HERE FOR CONVENTION The twenty-third annual conven tion and show of the Michigan Re tail Hardware Dealers’ association opens today. The show, to be held In the Detroit armory, will he the largest of the seeeon, with tb* exception of tb* euto show. Booths have been erected for 111 *i htbliurs. Trade talks will occupy the first two days of the meeting. In the evenings delegates wilt hold theater parties. Wednesday night C. T. Woodward, of Cerilnrlllc. 111. president of thr. National Hardware Dealers’ association, will »p«*sk. More trade talk* will he given Thursday. That night tha Jobbers and manufartiirors of Detroit will gtrs a stag •liiiuer in th« Lrtrrtt Foard of Convnerr*. The United Savings Bank OF DETROIT NO LOAN* TO OFFICER!, DIRECTORS OR EMPLOYES. On tta organisation this bank departed from tha then almost universal and still vary prevalent custom es bank* loaning money to their offtoer* and dlrsotoro by adopt>ng a by-law providing that no officer, director, stockholder or employs, under any circumstances what aver, aovld borrow any money from it, and this by-law has beos strictly «dvrtd te. NO UNSECURED LOANS. For eve*? dollar of its depositor money, Its capital, surplus and undivided profits, this bank carries municipal bonds, real aetata mortgagee and cash on hand and in banks. No bank could mors const rvativaly am ploy the funde in. trusted to Its caret Strictly a Savings Bank Pays Interest On AH Deposits Q 1 AQh Highest Kate Paid by Any Rank in Detroit and Safety Awured .SSSSSSSSKv Send for Booklet, "Banking by Mall" OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS • TO • O'CLOCK * , 204-206 Griswold Street SIFT OF GAD BOND SAIEASSURED State Officials Will Get To Dot tow oT 1300.000 Floatation LANSING. Mloh, Fab. U,— Whah ever report la made concerning the sale of (be bonds of the Ironwood Gee A Electric end allied ecrmpanJea. oo which Interest waa defaulted Jan. 1, will be thomiy Investigated by state officials. It waa stated hara to day. Members of the legislature from the Ironwood district express con siderable doubt that tb* proceeds of tb* fSOO.OOO bond sale were expand ed In the development of the com pany's plants. By proclamation of tha mayue of Boston today has been designated for the beginning of a rat eitenu- Inatlon campaign tn that city.