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Mpmd a aant <• tIH» wnrtfl to the 10 ELi • aSbar mb hr * *<>'• '^ v "i—p> > t rJa > »ar!amtaf tmlimt* ijpto Mfon a mmM minority op fo Owltti the vflt of the thtt«4 State* i|§Bt am Amen Pfiajl SMh, a similar MU A »•*■« the haaar ", |||BAS|M£s f Jh# aaaau «a obtain * son j§l£g|M fo* senate ramrod the jgj VMM paa« u if a MtSWV declined to eigrj ■'' «MW that he far the Mil had ESfe»Hlpl» IWt Oh record with II Wilson the Mk«! from -cmirr-” wty »yi * . < ''%la *^^»*t •mll h : : Mtpltl. ifeTsartth a r t»w- IHBMnm JlUMnn**" r riman »>. 'William#— 4« ''.£S§.• MMI oawa—m*rab Rr»nt.. flUrli Colt T>l - rII I ~ ran. remain SjlSJßsfo Je***a tel** M'-C'iir-K#r s£v®gn. JMeoa. Ot»**r r*«e H|' ' jperMM. *rr;tth ■'Mtrh > nrlhe. AM»H<*rt»rd T '»n- •frorth tf„r'»n W-%t#OTi »»it*ir*r' ‘e 'Mil kSapLaawprthatio* or th» last »•« mmKZJIt dha Slatr-fooeth •-'.nr-*** •na*raii«t»d 'n »h- h*» eoOhtrv oeehae* -IB paw ICMNMy “■ 5= Ho>al rtlle | da Spend Oetiar* moa weuid o« ratalan with no ■. to a statontent that "to., and d«»H»*• ri»i wmll p irher.. t ,jd I mean ♦»*•« nine la of UK huanan fam iuNv elp*tli»atl</B In Mai coajllpotad »H.« a rata el H)a that *oni(j K MWh«r»t» Head njpsHaw. t> iio<»? hmSeetioa. a*rvoM aaiva* In a e«a ha coeeerted by eyal r\lU tnat. ad of na*'h m*dte»ne*. tt**r ettl at ». I t or sh; pacwaa* and IT dollar* and heep ah. ha aw drop poo amh 'hie V ry , tootc and pu rider ■a every where -Ade lha Maw es the Duffa ■um cu.. l l <s*» ho -Tea umi \ l\t uivm hm «n> VMU.II* av* HM J **t*r A»e , aiwAa and vnktviz. I c*u a tocrce j tw accoueits f vow <*» hg Tt> tmt; mu. stop t — 1 a*er ? J j. po foq him?| atodY Vou II ] ijgj* J!S l 0«f®ola > ' 1 »U bwh Vs 1 lernt BY pabi i- I aweeraf | C X~ ;rVM.«Qtr. *yi paralleled la the hfetorp es aay oted ara paoteaaaent. I» th* immediate preeen.' of a plala fraasht with nor* subtle »»l hr rt*. hiai poa*tMlltlaa es nati *al taamr thAn any ether the «"* a ■pal haa known within the wl»o|* history es ha latematlonal relation*, the fonarr aa* haa been uaabt* to act either to aafaauard th* country or to rtadloat* th* alemeatary rlpht* of Its cMlaeaa. M— than —of th# «1 member* #f the two house* W*r* ready and an *leea to act. the houae of rep re ar* tat It e* had acted, by aa over whelming aa)erit) but the wa»U wua ampi« to aat because a tittle creep es II sweaters had deurmtned that M ■hauls not J|* aaaate haa aa rule by which PMh cun he limited or brought to an end no rule* by which dilatory tactic* es aa* kind can b* peer*nted A WuSl* nember can stand In the Maas m action If he hare but tb* phystcal eadurauaa Th* remilt in thin aaa* la a complete aaruly*i« alike of the legislative and of the aaaeutlv* branch** of the govern aaat Thia laaJeUity of the senate to act haa rendered aetn* of the meat acces sary legislation es the secatoa Ira p .aWble. at a time when th* need for It was moat pressing and moat •eldest. The bill whifh would have per mitted such t'ombtaatione es capital and es organisation la the export and Import trade of the reentry as the rtrauaaatanee* es international com - petition have made imperative—a hill which the huatnrs* Judgment or th* whole country approx *d and de manded -baa failed The opposition es oue or two •onetor* has made It Impossible to tnereae* th* m« a* her ship of the in terstate commerce commllab-n or to give It the altered organisation aeueaaajry for its eflrtMcy The ceuaervation hill which should have raleased for Immediate use the min etui reoaoroe* which are still locked Up I* the public land*, now tha i their release la more imperatively nsensesrv than ever, and th* bill which would have mad* the unuaud B power of the country lt» ay awallahlo for Industry hav# Mlad. though they bavp been consideration th <>ugh«>ut th* Seaatnaa of two cuugreaoo* and hav* Mdh twfpa pnaaod by th* kaua* of roprooontatlvoa Tk* appropriation* tor the army havo MM alaug with tha appro priation * for th* etvll aatabltshmeat ff lha g*vac—lent, tha anproprla tlaaa far the aMlttary academy at WMt Mac apd tha pkaaral ded ataaay hUL It haa proved impossi ble to extond tha power* of the ship ping heard to amet tha apaelal need# of the now *Hnation Into which our Mwmnrri hue boon for cod or to la aauaai tha gold raaarva af our na tloaal lmn king cyctam to —at th* unusual aim—taana of tha oxlat lag inanelal Mtuatioa ft wouM not cars the dlfaculty to anil the Maty-Afth congress la extra ordinary osoaloa The parahmta af tha aoaata would raw— The pur nous and tha c*4rlt of Pile* are not I——g now. Tha eaugraaa la mere dednltaly oat tad la thought sad pur pose St this neaient I venture to any. than ft haa boon within the memory of aay man now la Its aw. berth Ip Thera la not only the moot nutted patriotic purpooa hut th* oh lert* member* have tn now are per fectly clear and definite But the aaaate comet act unless tta leader* can obtain anaatmnua ooaaent. Tta majority t* powerlann. helpless In the mtdet of a crisis of astraordtn ary patiL when only definite and de cided action con make the nation aaf# or shield it from war ttaelf by the agfrsoeton of ethers, action Is tmpoaalol*. Although as a matter es fact the natioa and the representatives of th* notion stand bock of th* eseruttv* with unprecedented unanimity and ■pirlt. the tmpreaeton mad* abroad will of oourne be that It Is not so sad that ether governments mar aot aa they plena* without fenr that this government can do anything at alt. We cannot •*plain. Th* saplanation Is Incredtbta. The *enat* of the United Plate* Is th only legialativ* body tn th* world which cannot act wh«n It* majority is ready for action A tit ti* group of willful men. represent ing no . p oion but thatr own. have rendered thr great gov era men r of the United Ptaie* helplevs and con temptible. The ruinedrf There le but one remedy. The only remedy is that the rules of the senate *t>nit be on altered tha» It ran act. The coun try can be rolled upon tn draw the Sioral. I believe the senate ran ’•* relied on to supply the mean* of action and sav* th* country from disaster Henceforth Chicagoans will have to pay more to hoop clean, since the Chicago Dyor* k l'loaner* a*so lution arc to malm a radical ad vaaoe in price* today because of tha tMT*a»ed coat of labor and ma tsrthla. FIVE FIREMEN PERISH WHEN FLOORS FALL (Cwuttuaed from Page Owe) the elwvatcc abaft on the main and a*cond floor* In thr doorway, aa Chief Callahan came oat. stood the unfortunate Capt Cockbum waiting for order*. Y'aJlahan told him to follow him in. aad they put out the Are around the elevator shaft. No Chance To Escape 'Fire was coming down the shaft.** said Chief Callahan “and I taid Cockbnro to play a stream around from the veolibui* entrance He aad sir of hia men were doing this whan —well, everyone knows tha ycat They didn't even have a chance to light their way not They were pinned down wttbont thr slightest warning And ihr worst of it all was wr knew they were at! In there, and we couldn't buip th»m much as we tried' Thr upper floors of the buikllng. their heavy snpporUn:, timber* weakened by tb* Home., crashed downward without so much as a warning rumble or creak Plpeman Joseph Kelly, one of the seven under Cockbura stepped out of the doorway to feed more hose to hU comrade* jus: in time to es cape the avalanche. Plpeman Vin cant Gordon was nearest the side walk. He leaped for safely, but a portion of his bod} waa caught, and his head aad «hnuid*r* protruded over the sidewalk. He was pulled out by firemen and policemen. Tbo the crash came ahortly after t o'clock. It was 10: SO o'clock In tha morning when the last of tha bodies, those of Plpeman ftchlll and Ray mood were recovered by frenaled Outbursts of Everett Tran Hj Mnm. \tKm * >fVBMASCO MM JUST OMCM KICAMD MY 4 3T*««T CAN g 1 K— ma- —e .cm DETROIT TIMES —By Allmaa. resenar*. driven on to heroic ef forts by tho groans of the entrapped firemen. Tha hot pieces dragged out of the thickiy massed debris had to be passed out from band to hand from the vestibule , I»cke'a body was found about 10 minutes after Gordon was released Policeman Art Harass. Police Inspector* Thomas J. O'Grady and William P. Rutledg and Police Surgeon GrlflHh Thomas led the police squad of rescuer*, aad where their work was done they were drenched from the stream* of the fire hnsee. and burned about th* hands from their heroic attack on the mass of wreckage. ft was g jo o clock, fully four hour* after the crash, before the r* ecu or* were able to move Capt Cockbum A pillow bad been placed under bis face, which bed been pressed against the floor Water aas being played upon the wreckage continuously to aave the men from being burned There'* one of the Save lying arm** my legs.” said the captain The ■'boy** was Pipeman Mat tick Cockbum waa freed Aral He lived only a few mlnUtee after tielng placed in the receiving wptial Maffick was pulled out after , the captain. He lived a fualf hour | after reaching the hospital Two Fail to Raapond. The''roll waa called after rheae I two had been taken from the death | trap, and dchlll and Raymond^did no* respond Th» > rwu*- work **» 'resumed with nea energy for atiout four hour*, when Raymond was found. Hls Buffering* apparently bad been abort for he waa badly Crushed and there waa a deep wound tn his shoulder Schlll seemed to hare been smothered Capt. Cockbum Is survived bv a widow aad three children. Plpeman —By Condo. Raymond Mama n widow and ana baby; Matt Mi lived with hie mother, but was to have bean married Ma) t to Alma Hagan, of No. |1? Cl»»» land at (oddermaa Umbo was a na tive of Bay City and waa anmarrtad; Plpeman Sohlll Jg eurvlvad by a widow and throe little on#* Marly estimate* on tha losses hav* bean mad* as follows Pyta build mg. |MM«; stock of R H. Pyf* A Cos.. IMOJOO. naM bonding. M*. 000: Field Clonk A Clothing Cos stock 040.000 Kknpire Theater com paay, 07.000; St. John * Arbor, 00. 000 Ail lonoaa are covered by in ■oraace The ryf* company oceoplnd th# two upper floor* la the TMi build lag On the flfth floor was the re pair department of the shoo 000 oorn. aad one theory Is that nhaml oal* used la thin department ex ploded and 'hua started tha Am Movements am already on font to relieve the fomfltm of th# BM who gave their Uvea tar the atty. A. J Giillagham. owner of the Mb ptre theater, telegraphed from Met Spring*. Ark., to Mayer Marx, aob kcrtbiag fltM to a raMef fund The Metropelltaa club, tagml of city empleyo*. will meet Monday night la the mayor'* oMee tn take suitable action. Chief Rnlldtng foepeetor Dnpent examined the gutted building, and declared he waa at n loss te ex plain the sodden collapse of the floors o ™ issl Stage BSj imrm The Avoauo girl*, or *Tb# Dream land Darling*. r giv# the and 1 ones a program of mors than R vnrloe •ong* and dnneos In thoir prooenta tloa of "The BaplorerW' and Wb# Pouaaa Case" this week Tbo flret bnrloequ* baa a bar* plot abost tbo dtaeovory of tbo North Pol*. In wbloh a Dr Cook aad UouUnaat Parry par ticipate. Tb* othor I* a Jumbl* of hilarity that meet* every dealr# of a burlesque show patron. Mlea Asalia Pabloer# a«ng* and dances are aver popular. Malt Kolb J and lame* Bennett eupwlv th* greet- ( or portion of the c*xmed> An added attraction thia wees la the Pr»nc«*»a Tello. dan •#r, who ta known to visitor* at the* Avenue from a previous engag'nient In that theater CADIIXU. “Tlw Cake ret Otrla.' with the MtM» KHler. It**#. Over *lxl ixfht- I n#r, m» fine * <nt*r»*t of «ctn*di»n» u on* will Had la b«rl#**u«. rut •arh Ilf* *nd vigor Into tlrnlr p*r- I formur* which opened for t w»»k la th* Cadillac lundar nftcrn.-*»n that th* twe-bonr-and-a-half *h«w glide* by with extreme rapidity The thorn i* notable particularly for th- Jarge number of bright and cheerful tout*, which oeom to “eat In" to a cortaln eatont on th* work of th* i I '■otnedlan*. Mies rem Melrose. th* "cashing Widow." la truly daablng. In parti cular I* bar Honolulu* * *on| near th* elooe of tk* perform* nee the take* th* leading femlalae part. Th* Mteeee Bar not t* and Catlln tak* aa act!▼ , part In th* Ilf* of the ahow. i I and more than pleased th* au<|ienc* ; Ila their conge and dan re* A folding etalrcaae, which upon i I opening *how* th* rhorne p<>»ed aa art mod*)* la one of the notable at* I traction* and gained perhap* the I moat applet)** «»f any of the otf*r- | I lug* I Jack C> Waller rang Mother Ma (• re*, and *o »v client wee hie r*ndl laon of ttua famutii heart »cn« that Iho rii recalled *e . eral tim*a Mr. O'Malley •« credited with fh* beat rob e of the company. Irvin* 'leaf. I th* Tlddiah funmakir, ha* a bcOtrh •ong ;hat met with favor. Mica c’at lin la Imbued with a *uper-abandan«'e of ginger, and the enthuelaam ah* nut* In her songs r 1 * a long wn> n making the p*rforrranee popular. Barbour and Tyson hav* a t.owsi j Man song and danre. and. rtad In the , typical straw garb, gav* an excellent ( perfotmane*. They ner* enth ia* J ladtlcally received. T. R. WILL NOT MEET BRYAN IN DEBATE VEW YRAK. March t—Theodore Rouacvett thaa decltaed an lnvita tkm of repreaontatlvo* of the t on press of Fortune to debate prepar ednens In this city with William Jenntngn Bryan, it was an noun-vd last alfht M .. oryan. It was explained, had accepted that he thought It would be wine to wait until the International rftal* was pna. Ha aiao said he did not think the dehate should be coo lined to one city, hut that he and Colonel Hoonevelt should tmvet over the country, each paying his own ex t-eages and charging no admlttlon to the pubtlr I Colonel Rooenvelt s reply said In tort: “1 cannot accept your proposal because I regard It aa a waste of time to debate non-dsbatab)’- sub ject* To debate with Mr Bryan his rlews against national prepar- Minnas would. In sry Judgment. be precisely on a par with debating tbe undentmotllty cf ’nonognirou* marriages, or tag morality of abol ishing patriotism, or the advantage of th# re In trod notion of slavery, or the right qf Judges to accept bribe* from suitors, or the duty of tub r iieeloo to the Divine right of kings, or tb* propriety of action such ns that of Benedict Arnold ’* Thirty thousand dancer* cover tns eight downtown dty blocks are expected to participate la a muni cl pal dance to be held In Dallas to night to martrthe formal opening of the ltl7 spring style show in the TANARUS» in* metropolis. A National Complete Building ex i joaltion. showing th'» ties? available ! inatrrlaJn for nil t*r»*»e of stnirtare* | i is to be opened ted*y in the Ortnd I Centra* palace. New York city, j Tbe Inaugural address of William H«nry Harrison wav the longest of those of any of the presidents Only Ona BRO»UO QUiNINK” To get tb* genuine, call for full asm* LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Look for signature of * W GROVE Cure# a Cold in One Day Ific.~Adv. Specially Priopd Groups of New Spring Gowns AT *29.50 *35.00 Afternoon and Evening Styles Two Models Pictured i Very smart new md upn—al art thy. The materials art Gaor* fgttc. ('rape Meteor, Puny Willow Taffeta, beautiful overtacqa and tea Sergea. AH tha oaw shadaa, baaUaa brown, man and aavy bkasa a nlaih . SmbellUhed with hx ■- • - - —-a m _• m siMl| fululvMß/f §Olu WVIf laee. Exquiattu shadea to party dream, flaw qpottß frocks included a fiWL, da /I . . a g] a * _ 8 start or ukreef Btyfea | ftSiMLg INAUGURAL THOUSANDS BRAVE COLD (Con tin wed fma Pap* Om> command. Vice-President Marshall, he was to take hia formal oath of oflfco. Mrs Wilson folio* tag a precedent apt by Mrs. Taft, rode to the capltol with her husband. The president's carriage was sur rounded by a personal escort of tbe Second cavalry. «and was followed hr the rtce-president's carriage, also draws by four horses, escorted by 'be famous black horse troop of the Culver Military institute of Indiana Marshall's home state. A third carriage con tat nod tha president's military aide* aad laaug ural officials Aa the «mall party clattered down me flag decked way. storm* of cheer* followed him along Abe his toric way The president frequently arose and. hat in hand, -fixed th* acclamation. Arriving at the capltol. Breai.len’ |md Mr* Wilson aad VlvedPrentrient iml Mr*. Mar*hail were met hv a .-pecial commit tee of senator* uni representatives and escorted to the I pres idem * luoa and tbe vtce-pre* Mdtnt'a rooto both just off the sen ate chamber immediately afterward they pro I eceded under a distinguished • **ccrt Os 1 oogrnaamen to the ><*nate rharo be r. Mrs. Wilson and Mr.v. Mar ehnil were escort eq to a epeciatlv prepared vet flon of the senate gal iery to witnaas the ceremony of >w* *rlng-in the vice pr#*idr*nt and *he new aerator*. Custom foibld* the floor of the senate to ■tonen of jail ranks I Arriving at tb* renaie (harn’er. *n auerdanr. announced : "The I Un «td*nt of the Unite ! State* ” President Wilson entered aad pro ceeding to the front of the chamber, was sealed before the great marble rostrum of the vlce-prevident Here, Senator Baulabnry of Dels wf*re. president pro tempore of the tenate. administered the oath of of fice to the vlco-presldent. As the brief ceremony, which in <*noted her husband into the second i highest office the action can accord. | was completed. Mrs Marshall, from the gallery waved a tiny handker chief down to the vV'- president. The vice-president than as*timed bis chair aa president of tbe senate, and la turn administered the oath of fidelity to the Incoming senators 1 lie re wore St senators elect or re elected senator* to take the oath. Following the ceremonies in the senate chamber, tae president fol lowed by the entire company, pro ceeded east portico of the capltol. where the flnsl swearing-in of the president was to be held A vast expanse of flag-draped stands completely covered the vide of the great building. Wave after wave of applans* swept th# stands aa 1.200 midship men from the United Mates Nava! academy * wrung up the avenue in close Coemption Uncle Barn's en bryo admirals—4oo more es them (bis year than at president Wilson's first inaugural—were in fail uni forms. their heavy Mae sen emta, brass buttons and'white gloves, pro renting a striking picture And for sea fighter*, they found their "land lege" very well, aa line after line passed m perfect formation Coming nbreaai of the presides lal Hand, the middle* saluted and re ceived froMf President wtloon a cor dial acknowledgment Mrs Wilson, and cabinet ladle* with her. waved their handkerchief s enthusiast rally. The middle# were followed hv the' Beat Point cadet corps—7 o<i strong—in full regimental rvgaiLi. Their historic gray pea-jacket uni foima. c rose ad over tbe cheat with white atrapa. and the tall grenadier cap*, brought forth enthusiasm, fix companies of the young officers swept by; President Wilson alee greeted them oerdlally, MOKDAT. MASCH I, (SIT, New Taffeta Dresses SSSSmSTv* raSSk St 53h ) e and 'f* fm. o #!^(e| k fta. IM uMa vklck ( I J thorn dtflatuwt sad nttraotJva. J 4 V TELL NOW TO CfiOKCHEJIPLY Bwert At Dairy Shew Next Week Will Give Advice On retting Expeaaaa Detroiter* will receive expert la si ructions it reducing the cost of living 'hru the medium of the Mich lg.ra dairy show, which will On held In the Detroit armory next TnanAay. Wednesday and Thursday Oeorge H Brownell, sec ret ary of •he Michigan Dairymen's aaeocmtloa. under whose auspices the show la betas given, has assurances that nil the exhibition space win he tnkan. Interesting exhibits of dairy pro duets will h* shown The one hav ng n particular appeal to hone* wtvoa In that given by tha borne *co nomica extension department of the Michigan Agricultural college Mies Paulina E Raven, who la in charge of this department at th# Fast Inn 1 sing school, and a number of young women assistants, will demonstrate by lecture* ard actual perfm-rngn'-e, how u i« possible to economise on food costs by cooking ediL.es hav ing Unlry products aa their fflnoda tlou Among (hoe# who will apeak are Prof. A C. Aaderaon. of (he ilalry husbandry department M'cnlgnn Av j riculturai « liege. C. H. Cliflnon, 'chief inspector. Detroit board of ! benDh. Roy C. Potts, dairy dltialoo, I United States department of agr‘- jculture; Fred L. Woodworth. Mlc*- Igan state dairy end food <omcnU sioner; James W. Heltue, fermer i Michigan state dairy and food com missioner ; Mayor Oscar H Marx; Dr J. L. Anyd#r. former president ,of the Michigan Agricultural col .lege; Krnrat Kelley in rharee mar kef milk Investigation United State* department es agriculture W E, Skinner secretary national dairy council; N P Holl, president of the Michigan Milk Prodoovrs naaodn tlon; former Gov Fred M. Warner and Edwin Den by. president of the Detroit Board of C-oram*ire | la connection with the ahow will be held the thirty-third annual coo rent lon of the Michigan Dairymen's association Incidental to this are held annual meeting* of the Michi gan Creamery Owners a Manager*' •aeociatloo. Michigan MHk a Dairy Inspectors' association. Michigan i Ice Cream Manufacturer** aaeooia tioa. Michigan Peal try. Batter a Erf 'isnbclntlon. Michigan Market Milk Dealers' association. Michigan Rutte(makers' nanoctettoa. Milk Pro ducers’ aaeqgiaOea. aad Pontiac Mast Michigan HolatetnFriesian assort* Uon Nepre Drama 10 Veara Charles flnslth, a Negro 21 years old. was sentenced In recorder's coart Satarday to serve from two rad one-half to 10 years la Jackson prison for assault tag Mrs Martha Freiburg, of No til Mallau-at The Negro aeaaalted the woman after ah* had refused to give him money whoa he afipreached her as she was leerfag her home Trading Dull an Local tnehanpa Tha half-day session of the De troit Stark sichang* yielded but little activity and no particular change in prices of serurifie* A number of rales in Continental were made at I1 • Attention was scat D red over (he list, theta being no I pronounced movement in nny one stock Tka growing strength of the New'd ork exchange did not seem to show say influence ta ioonl trading CASTOR IA Fw lafua u 4 Ckittrm ;nU*e For Over SO Users mt <* ARMY OP SCOUTS MAKING CALLS ON SJM MEN Between toe aad l.fififl antfarmed hey acoata atnxted out from the headquarteru ta tha Board of Com me roe building salty Saturday morn ing wtth arms tall of teidern ad dr roeed to the hualneee mm es the city. A lint of the names of t.eeo business men known to ho Interested in the bare of the city had bees prepared, and each ana of these will receive one es the oampatgn folder* hearing testimonial a to the value of scout week of M of tha moot promi nent men of DotrafL The hoys are under xho general supervision of Beaut master A D. Jamieson. MANYWILL - ■ PAY PENALTIES TO UNCLE SAM More thnn fidt corporation* and individuals applied to James J. Hrady, collector 6f internal revenue, for extensions of time tor filing tax reM.rns daring the two weeks prior ito Mwroh 1. Rxt*aslon« were granted because of sicks sea or ab *ence from the city of person* who (Scanturns ware neosesary h'fore ; the retting could he filed. Bach ex 1 i> oeiuna relieve tbe applicant* froip lUbllity to penalty for talhue to file. Toquaetlonabty there are many corporations and individuals who will » i/tor the penalty." said Ulnp t nee Nealy, chief deputy eoilector, | 'aa they hare both failed to file re turn* aa required by low and have not applied tor extension* of ttua* Offers Building experience Otto Miech. pro*idem of the De troit Builder* A Trader*' exchange, who la oaa of tha candidates for a place oa the eeveo-meaber school board, bet levee that hla long axp* rienoe as a contractor and builder would be of raise to the eity if he were elected, inasmuch aa the school hoard expects to expend about IMPOrOOe for new nchoole In the next year, in addition to tin de sire to lewd his experience la build lag ta the heard, Mr. Minch was also act sated In besoming a eaadl date by n desire to provide Che heat possible public school education for the children of Detroit Embmltr la tentenaed James A. Bettis. No. 271 Twenty first-et, was sentenced to the De troit House gs Cotruathm to from one to five years tor emhmnlsment of 957 from Iran# Fowler, of Marine CNy, by Judge JeErlea. Saturday Bettis had sold Mias Fowler throe -chair* which ho promised to ship b*r by the Adams Express company The*# were loot la transit Bettis collected tor them from the express company, but tolled to rotmhara# the ■"ornpiataant. lMaj*a Bvfta J. Q Adams. Franklin Fierce and Jamas A. Oarfleld were tnaornrated oa Friday Problem* of vital Importance to th# llv* atook industry are to ha roiteldered at the annual con van tloa of tbs Panhandle Oaltle Rnla ere aaaoetntlon which assemble# today at El Paso Hundreds of progreratv# farmer* from every section of Michigan have enrolled for the andual farm era' week meetings, which are to be gin today at Michigan Agricultural college, at East Tensing By (jflhelal proclamation of the mayor, the citlseaa of Richmond, lad . are to devote the week begin ning today to a patriotic eeiahra tton to show their confidence In Preaid eat Wilson aad their devo tion to the flag.