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MONDAY, MARCH 5. ltlT.
GERMANY JUSTIFIES WAR PLOT Zimmerman Bays U. 8. Stand On U-Boat War Isaue Forced Scheme HOLM EVENTS PROVE HIM RIGHT Germany Unbluahingiy Admits Wilson Charges bt ion onjjmwjn -MU* Cerr*s»—«—> (/«**« Prmo.) BUR LIN, March I-Tl# Rarlta press taiar supports the pmm cautionary BMMna" >nlM» attack by the United •takas. (In the pro posals ranemtttnd to Urn dwpu minister at Mast— OKy. HBRUN. via BayvlUa Wlrstoas. lUrch 6 —Forrtagi ffiosbtere »*- mortuoDu Matwttr Justified Gar ■may s notion in seeking to alb' Max lc« and Japan agatast tho United Bintoe tuch a «wm lie told. was mere ly a defeneire meninro eet to be carried out except tn ooeo the Unit ed States declared war en Oer many Mursomr, be oold tt was no more a plot* then tha ~vk*~ which was reported in Month American newspapers as having been under taken ngalaut Oormany by ths United fftataa. when America sought. thru tenth Amortann and other newspaper reports to up See Them Soar! Km. poUtoes, onions, pots, boons— everything in the food line aoonng beyond the family purse, except Shredded #haat Biscuit, the standard whole wheat cereal food, which sells st the same old price. The York World urges people to boycott the egg and other ex pensive foodfc and eat ceriab which have a higher nutritive value at a lower coat. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits with milk make a complete meal at a' total cost of four or five a cents, furnishing all the nutri ment one needs. For break fast with milk; for supper with .diced bananas or stewed prune*. Made st Niagara Fail*. N. Y. Have yon - ! Indigestion? Tour food wfll continue to die agree with you, and cauae dis tress until you strengthen your digestive organa, and tone and sweeten the stomach. You can do tUa quickly and surely by promptly taking a few dosss of KOMIS ms Their natural action rdiere* the stomach of undigested food. Stimulates the flow of gastric juice, renews the activity of the liver and bowels, and j strengthens the digestive ays- | tern. Take them with confi prove that ileecnam s mis Are good for the Stomach £-nn zxitz. •ttSrtfiflS'V. r ~ avss ip jf slot j soTethroay pi TjjmujE Hfg. FO* aai OBT ' HORUCK’9 THS OStIOIIVAL JULTSOWILK th« South American r«publics is (-onimen action neatest Germany Tbs Ocrmna fore's* aocrotarv (-unseated oo America s pro-Ally sentiments He rofralnad from ad mittins •partffoally his authorship •f ths Isitar to MUilstsr Eckterdt at Mexico OHy and his satire due utmlfui of ths matter was, hs was earoful to state, basod oa reports ' of tho "Gorman plot to •* Mexico to Peolaro war agitate ths United States sad to secure Jspan's aid apateet tho Uattod Btotee." The ofioioi press agency today Is sued ths tolloarlßg stetossoat of his remarks: Phrtifl Secretary UmoarmuM was asked by s staff sassabsr of tho ofltetel proas bursos shoot tho Rt list) report of a *Gormoa plot re vealed to sot Moxleo to Saoiatu war neatest tho Uattod Btatea sad to socuro Japan's aid affnlost tho Uatt» ed States ’ 'Ths state si arte ary Iter ferteta affaire sasworod: ‘"Too understand that It is tm possiMo for ass ts tteeoss tho Stem of this y BM 1 therefore map ha aDowoi u limit my answer to what Is said m ths lg!hk reports, whteh mom certainly were not testers I by sym pathy tsr Germany Ths BUHB reports saprsssly state that Oar many wished to rsmsta with ths United States sa terms of Man* ship, but that te cass tho United States declared war agates* Ger many we prepared measure* of de fense I tell te see how sash s ."plot'’ ts Inspired by unfrisadUaoss on ear part. M Tt would mean nothing but that ww would oss mean* universally ad mitted te war la ones the united States declared war '* The mote Important port of ths alleged plot is its conditions and form Whole «**p|te** fails flat to the ground in esse the United States does sot declare war against os. * And If we molly, as the report a lUpe*. considered tho possibility of a hostile act by ths United States against us, then we really hul reasons to do so.* ” * An Arf an tins newspaper which printed s story a short while ago really revealed the "plot” when la telling that the United States last year suggested to the other Ameri can republics common set ion against Germany and her allies,' ths foreign secretary continued. ‘This “plot** was apparently not conditional la ths least. Tbs new* as published by the newspaper La Prensa well agreed with the interpretation glv •n. for instance by the American newspaper man. Edward Price Bell, of London, who said that the United •late* was only waiting tor the proper moment opportunely u assist the Entente. ** The same American slued that Americans from the beginning ot the war really participated in it by putting the immense resources of tbs United States st the Entente'* disposal and that the American* bud not declared war only because they felt sure that sasi*lance by friendly neutrality would be during that time much more efficient for the Entente, than direct participation in the war. ** Whether this American new* paper man reported the facts exact ly, we were at a loss to fudge in satisfactory fashion, since ws ware more or lees completely cut off from ■ real communication with the United States *' 'But thsre were other facts which seemed to confirm this and -tmilar assurance* ** Everybody knows these facts *nd I need not repeat them ** The Entente propaganda ser vice# babe sufficiently heralded all those pro Entente demonstrations 1a *he Unltsd States And If you link •he** demonstrations, together with he actual attitude of the United 'tales, it is obvious that ths conoid at ion was not frivolous on our irt of what defensive measures we .hould take if we wore attacked by •he United mates ’ * IRISH OF CITY PUN CONCERT St. Patricks day. March IT. will be publicly observed la Detroit oo Sunday. March 11. with n eoTokre •los in the Detroit opera boose. iven under auspice* of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Us auxil ary. The maaagemeot. in addition to Tiring tte Hibernians the ass of tho bouse, has also furnished tha ser vices of the ushers sad the orches tra. Man. Marie Nsrell*. tte oalsbrat el Irish-Australian soprano, who has won hundreds of friends tn De troit, wifi bo tho loading artist tn the musical program to bo given Timothy J. Burns, chairman of ths executive committee In charge of the celebration, declares there Is already a brisk demand tor tickets. Tickets will bo placed oa sale in Grtnneil Brothers* Woodwartf-avs store oa Wed neoday March 14. They also may bo obtained la tho opera house oa the Bnaday of tte calehra tlon General admission tlokets may also be parchaoed from members of the A O. H Beta to Day* for Aeoaeti lame* Johnson, no address. was sentenced by Judge Jeffries ffatur day to 10 days In tho House of Cor rect lea for assault and battery on Da a tel Ginsburg. Junkmen No ?•! fft. Antolne-ei . on Doc. IS, 1»14, near First si and Bagiey-ava. A ''barge of robbery against Johnson -OUR ROTS' OPERATE M SECRET Names of Workers For the “Political News” Closely Guarded CIVIC BODY HAS DEGENERATED Nearly All of Original Promoters Have / Withdrawn Titetms who have boon indorsed by tho Wayne County Civic assort* don, an organisation which is in teres ting tteelf te ths prssent cam paign. go not agree with R. C. Long, secretary of the organisation, as to the manner te which the outfit gets Its funds to carry on Its work Thin is ths organisation which publishes "Political News,” a paper which purport* to he in the field ty support good clean candidates with the Idea of stopping graft and in suring for ths city and county a clean and graft!eaa administration Mr Long told a reporter for The Time* that the funds were sd voiced by members of the organisa tion and that no attempt was made to "shake down" ny candidate. He said that there were 10,000 mem bers of the organisation, that they were In every ward and voting pre clnct te the city, and that they were working for the common good o' the community. Mr. Long re ferred to these 20,000 as "our boyi.” Some of the candidates an preached for contributions also beard the term "our boys'* applied to the solicitors and some of them took fright because they thought it was the same gang that bas operat ed in Detroit from time to time as "we boys"—a crew of young graft ets who professed to be newspaper men and begged contribution* to a work being rut out by alleged new* p: per men This cans ha* been exposed by the Detroit newspapers reepaiedly The our boys" organisation is mid to bs made up of highly pub Ho-spirt ted youag men. according to Mr Long. who. at the same time acknowledge* that he doess t know any of them When the reporter for The Time* tried to get some tn formation regarding this crowd at *hc office of the organisation, all : nformation was refused Respect able candidate* who were asked to buy the Indorsement of Uils organisation ssy tt was repre sented that the outfit would circu late 100.000 oopies of its purer weekly. Os th*s« JO.oOt) weir to be delivered by canter lo Detroit homes and the other 40.000 were to go by mall to points in Wayne county outside of the city Whether this agreement wag kept is teot known, but it is true that the Do troit postoflic ♦ never beard of ih* paper and didn't circulate any num ber of copies. If any consider*hie number * the papers had been offered, even at first class mail rates. the office would have known it. When the association was organ ised originally it was mad* tip of men who sought honestly to itn prove politics After a few issuer of the paper had been put out tt war found (hat the original purposes of the organisation were bring ignored and that the method* were such that moot of the Incorporators suit and refused to longer be connected with the outfit. One of thee# was J. M. Richardson of No. 70 Con necticut-a vs., who sooa discovered that he oould not Indorse the moth od* being employed and sent Kin resignation to the office by regia t.-r --ad mail, so that there could be ne misunderstanding as to whether be was through or not ». E Fenti. of- No. S4S7 Grand Riverav*., also got out of teg crowd. FtnsflyT when moat of the original Incorporators had quit, tbs publica tion was dominated by one man. who assessed candidate* tor office largo sums for ths indorsement and support of ths organisation whose influence they regarded a# question able. Those victims say they made donations not because they wanted support, hot to avoid being attacked and Usd shoot According td tho investigations of Prosecutor Ja—wgia there is a man associated with the paper mho until recently held a high public position In Detroit While he was tn oMce Jssnowekl started an investigation of alleged crookedness and the in vestigation led so close to this man could almost see the shadow of hire The official wont to Jaa oowaki and tried te pull him off The investigation continued and disclos ed sufficient information to morally convict the man and other high offi cials. but could not turn up sufficient evidence to convict them tn oourt This It said to account tor the ac tivity of tho gaag against the pro* eootor's oßoe There la fust one missing link tff ths chain of testimony, according te Jasnowekl. which If It could be found would have caused the biggest political ecandal Michigan ha* ever known U was fear on the part o! high politicians that Jasaowbkt would find that link that eauood the •oteVTs DCTROIT TIMES REOOROER ORDERS SIFT RE CHARRED Directs Commission to Draft Grand Jury Thursday Judge Qoauiotty late Saturday aft ernoon Isauod an order oubmphHm s grand jury to tevootlgste charge* road* by Aid. 000- W. Ross, of tho Eighth ward, sgafaet the hoard of education and tho olty b* Offing Map mission Aid. Reas dsclagod that tho board of oduoaMfffi eras wasteful, extravagant and that It violated lows te tho puiuhaaa tad nate of property. against the *—«***-g dagarteeeat, al leging that tho dagartaMOt parioH ted tho violation of many soUUmm of the building code Bo iiihwl that violations worn busted fcp. that inspector* wore "fixed" sad that in fluence and pull worn oeod nadoly. Mr Roes filed his petttfea tor a municipal grate jury Friday after noon u has baaa igaay years staa* such a jury has besa invoked hors ate with his pstitloa te filed a brief setting forth tte toot that ths court had a right te tell surh a jury. Judge Connolly issued sa order to tte jury commission that it draft 3d men nest Thursday, from which a grand jury may be selected Un der the law the grand jury must consist of at ladat id men rharlea A. Gadd. business man ager of the board of education, said ths pot ft ion was s joke as far as his board was ponearned He de clared that he was unable to iden tify the transactions complained of te tbs petition of tb* alderman. He •aid the board didn’t spend any money directly, but that all dis bursement* were made by the con troller after careful consideration by committees and then by the full board Conditions in the city department of buildings have reached such a state and the business of the de partment Is now handled in such a way that Mayor Marx believre a business manager should be ap pointed to take charge "If the facts are such as Aid. Ross has represented them to be in his petition to the recorder's gourt." said the mayor. "1 welcome the investigation However, the building code Is responsible for nu •mall part of the confusion the: now exists in the building depart ns» nt. and many of the charge* that are mad* against the official* are of a petty nature Every day f have complaints concerning conflict ions between the health department and building codas It has reached the stage that If one department leans* a per mit ,thc other refuses to do like wise. "There has been a vacancy on *h«- building < ommisalon for some time, but I have hesitated about p'&ring a man thfre simply because of the turmoil. ** Chief Inspector Henry A. Dupont, o? the department of building*. t-ind* ready, be tays, tea throw bit department open to any probe that may be ordered by the recorder’s court as the result of the petition of Aid Ross. "I see Harry Hollands back of (his whole deal" said Mr. Dupont. Saturday. ”1 believe that AM. Roe* has allowed himself to be bon coed into filing this petition with the re corder's court. Everything In this department is open to them. **l admit that there are technical violations of the building code arte' teg dally, but they are of a trivial nature, and would not occur ts the city had a building code that were not a patched-up affair Bvery day there are domens of casos where persons Me and attempt te deceive the department tn order to obtain permit*, and It requires unusual watchfulness to see that those things do net escape us." Monday Mayor Kkrx will appoint a • portal oommlsatog te start re vision of ths snuffing cods, a pro cedure that long has bees ooatem plat off Tho mayor's action tn mak ing tte appointment was hastened by Aid- Ross's petition SHHKI * n Pot the invalid as well as I those in perfect Health I ■ Baker’s Cocoa I T"'ir 1® an ideal food bev- I oratfe, pure, delicious I |W\ anawholesome. BJBjgl i I Ml Walter Baker sCo. Ltd. II^ETjBw tSTASLiSMtO I7GO GORE DRY’ ACT SIRRED IT WILSON Law Mean* Michigan WiU Be Like a Sahara STATUTE BANS ALL SHIPMENTS Anyone Bringing In Liquor Faces Severe Penalty WASHING TON. March ».—Presl flant Wilson Saturday signed post- Odkos appropriation MU oarrytag the "tens dry 1 prohibition prevision Signing of this bUI by the presl dent, moans that Michigan and all otter states where the manufacture ate sale of liquor is prohibited by law. will be aetocaattoally "bone dry-” regardless of local legislation All, shipments of liquor into sneh states except for medicinal mechanical and sacramental pur pose*. are prohibited by law, and anyone contracting for or assisting in any way in such s shipment lays htmsolf liable to s heavy penalty State* in which prohibition tews arc now in effect wIU become "bone One Womans Story BY CAROLYN BIICMIR. Chapter XXIV. 1 remember once 1 tried to coax Robert to remain borne with mo when I saw him getting ready to go out as soon as dinner was over. •‘lt isn’t only that I am very lone ly. Robert: It is most humiliating for me to have people call and al ways And me alone." **No one ''alls In ihc evening ex cept your intimate*/ and they know I am busy ** "It embai raises me Just ihe *ame. Ned Caldwell 4# h» siway* tn after dinner and helpa Myrtle entertain, or they go somewhere togstber." My lime is valuable. Margaret. It is a very preciou* facto in every busy man’s life. Business is busi ness. and when a man baa responsi bilities he has to sttrnd to them.” Pride held me from going te him and throwing my arm around him •lid beggiqg for what I considered my rights Kobert talked of busi ness when I wanted lov*. 1 bald m> voice to steadiness and tried to speak quietly *T am slope oo much Robert Yoa are cutaway from me moat of tho time. And her*—tn this little town, there is nothing to do. "I know I have to be out a great deal." he spoke impatiently, "but tt te necessary When I had no busi ness. mad* no money, you were un happy. Now 1 am able te make you much more comfortable, but you are discontented just the same. Don’t bo foolish; have your friends bars. r» glad you are gradually widen tag your circle. Oo out; while Free man is hare get him to take you to tte theater occasionally; 111 send ut tte tlekote; hut don’t annoy fee I have my work to do, and 1 am go ing to do It." "la It because tt Is positively nec essary that yoa stay out or to fur ther your ambition politically?" I anted. A dull flush spread over hts face as te replied in s tone that admit tod of no argument: "Whatever ay reasons it ts my affnfr. Yoa interest yourself in your hoaa. ate allow m* to be the judge of wfeat I have to do." I said no more, neither then nor tor a long time afterward What Y ted net forgot ter my promise to Mrs. Mulbaay. so one lovely after nosa 1 took baby Bruce and called oater. Her delight st seeing us made ms wish I had gone before. drjr July 1. when the federal law taka« eßect la Michigan It wtu go lata effect May 1, till, whaa the recently voted prohibition amendment be coma* effective Twenty«etx atataa ara affactad. SALOONKEEPER , SENTTOJAIL Tha flrat saloonkeeper to receive a Jail eentenoe in (our yenra. to Mayor Ota* berg of Noa 14 Clln ton at , aaataacad by Judge Connol ly. Saturday morning to spend 10 days In tka Houaa of Correction Hs was found guilty of sailing liquor before the legalhour Charles Bergeron, a bartender tor tha Mar ctalak eatate. No. HI Campbell avs.. roeolrod a 10-day sentence O'nsbarg's attorney has asked tor a stay of sxecutlon pending an ap peal from the oonrt’s decision •trtnfhem Out tor tehee! Beard. Joseph S- Btrtngham. a candidate tor U»e aowll scheol beard, says be Is asking the Uncart of the people on hia record doling a long and in teresting career. He was born In Saginaw m IfTO. Hie grandfather was Henry T. Qtrlngham. who came to Detroit In ISIS. HI Is if grad uate of the Michigan college of mines nt Houghton. Mich, and a post-graduate oI »ht University dt Michigan He was a teaman on the 17. 8. 8. Yoeemite during (he Span i»h Amenoan war. He surveyed the Irthmus e( Darien In ltd* as one o 4 tbs possible canal routes and in ad dition has done much other «n#t nfsiinc work for the United States government. He is a trustee and first vlce-prstldent of Harper hos pital. Oh. you' darling, will you come to me?" she held her arms out, and Bruee fairly itoped Into them "Babies know who loses them." she said after sbe had cuddled him a white. Tbea after be had gone to sleep on her lap. we had a nice long talk. It was surprising *how f enjoyed being with her. ! never fa’led to feel ashamed of the way I acted when she first called on me, and while neither of us ever men tioned It. 1 did all I oouid to stone for my rudeness When 1 left, after enc of the pleasantest hours 1 had apeat in a long time. Mrs Mulhaay said ‘You are g very sweet snd love bis young woman my dsar. Will you lake just a wee bit of advice from me? You know I am mttrh older.” sbe apologised. H lqdeed. 1 will.” anxious to pleaae h*r "Try and understand that big, ambitious husband of yourg. It Is cold and lonely tor a woman who does not come dose to ber hus band s life, his thoughts par don me. my dear, It Is usublly the woman’s fault." "But"—l started to say (hat Rob ert would not allow me to come near him. then, not even to ber could I say anything of my failure to be happy tn the life I had delib erately chosen "Love, tenderness, turned back PEPSIN NUX IRON and •ernaparflla Fine Genre# es Medicine. Physicians and pharmacists have long known the deelrability and dif ficulty of combining Iron—a super latlve tonic —In a Mood-purify lag medicine. The combination of the Iron with Hood’s Sarsaparilla has now been secared thru the happy thought of prescribing Peptiron Pills la connec tion with the Sarsepeiilla—the tetter before eetlng, the Peptiron Pills af ter. In this way the two medicines work harmoniously, giving two-fold results In blood-cl sensing and up building Peptiron Pills Include pepsin and Iron —note the name, Peptiron Pllle— nus Tomlca manganese, other ton 1 os, digestives and laxatives. What better course of medietas can you imagine for thle season ? Too get blood-purifying, appetite giving. Uver*OmalaUng qualities in Hood's Sarsaparilla and great strength makers tn Peptiron Pills. Boy these medicines today. They slso combine economy with merit. -Ad v. upon ttee.f creates strange and un holy passion*" Mrs Mulhaay want on. "80, my dear, give your hue band of your very beet. Keep noth ing beck Bea real helpmeet to him and some day—some time yen will reap your reward Dose it •umnd like preaching? 1 deni mean te, dear, but 1 have been thru jast whet you ere now facing, and praise God I am now being reward ed tor aaythiag 1 may have suffered at flrat—when I did not under stand." Than sbe changed the subject without waiting for an answer, sad made me promise as she laid the sleeping boy it hla carriage that I would come soou again, and-that 1 would always bring Bruce All the way home I thought es what she had said. 1 wondered If *he—when sbe was flrat married r had rebelled at her loneliness? If Tim bed left her as Robert left ms. to sit slone hour after hour while ha chased the rainbow of am bition? f decided that It must have been, else she would not so well un derstand. But—the was so differ ent, whet would mesa a hardship for m*. doing without amusements scctal amenities, would mean noth Fresh and Refreshing J "SAUDI". Is composed of clean, whole yotuuf leaves. Picked right, blended ritfhlm?' packed right. It brings the Iragranfen ] of an Eastern garden to yMpq|aMh| ■to gto gto M Alcoholic U*«or to tho flimt ' M II II J L foe to mankind, it makso htogjp If II II # F If BWfc L «■ <h* i uirtin* -tar far mm mmmmmmmmmmmm who wi*h to cat o«t Bom^ _ „ . . . n . The N«U Treatment to mthk A Free Booklet Moiled M|>| aM | quick—the tom to Plato Envelop# habit positively killed to thfßß to live day*. The Detroit Woal Institute wJL.r* | ALWAV o>«N~] *5 • T Detroit Cleveland Pittsburgh Cinc»nn«t» Cslemheg Clppecanor athletic Club PURPOSE lo advance and encourage physical culture and maalf sports; to promote social intercounw among its merabon, and to provide for them the convenience of a clubhoum OFFICERS President MARTIN B. GALVIN, President Federal State Bank Flrat Vice-Pro aid act GKO. W ROSS. Free Michigan Lumber Tard. Aldermaa Eighth ward Second Vice-President FRED C. HOLMES, President Fred A Helaaea Cos. BID A. ERWIN Spec Asst. Preaeenttagr Att*r MARTIN E. OALVIN Pres. Federal State Bank o*o. W. ROBS Pre*. Michigan Lumber Cos. FRED E HOLMES Pres Fred ■ Helm** Ce. M A. LA FOND Free. M A LaFond Ce. THOB. P. DANAHEY Mgr. Stott Realty Cos. L. A YOUNG rrr* Bed Run Oolf Club. hid a. mwn ls(«. Ami- A«*r rMD m. holm*:* rrH K. IMm* Oa. )L A. urown dgan BOW. c. TAW LBTVS AfrUtMl DR. »COTT r. HOOOB Pk rilrita B. H. UKLM M«r WlklMlf IVvt. lUtl'i JAB. W. WALLA WTIMR TMkllat t. c. iBAWroBD Rmil B«iat* W. A BA 1.00 WHOM A rakltM>( WALL APR C BOM) Pr»« Nm 4 Imtoi Hma h. b. wnrn.ftnc R»«l Ratal* j. if. amoii Harftmr* b. j. nmvin. W«r lekiOa Way Oa, A. R. NtNII.TOf Mat. B Tt*«« l.lbran Pk Ratal B. C. BABB If ALL DR. A. L. BrPBKK Ikrattat MembcryMp Umttfi N»arty 1.000 Naw fnrwllW AppKcattooi fttr inrmbtMfMp roniKltrH OBly fwm * h©M v|B hat* Seon inrtt*d b> tnwrrhrr*. HeiMftqiaarttrw; 314 Prm Prom Bldg. TatoftwMr Ckwfy ft# •*« '•< and insisted oPwSjfl mt. I wen dfIPSi^JV. v >rS^^si bert to com* heme- if ws "> have him meet us. 'irn«-n 1 had blamed bringing them ogetbar, '«• m«*«l powerUss te ■ toll'll feared. 0 strained!}. I -*n»werlag Nl syllable*. when we met PshseC7^H at on«r fell into step hggtfgrjKß land so for* »ok me to ellhSl fljjlHß or precede *Kh the esnnK;-^ I went on ahead, my «R||Ht a | l '' c heart beating angrily, M mern-ed at once to talk *2pui93| thtngn I knew nothing of, afifidK we reached oof cate Robert • m walk on up the In 1! with Mdffr ’ lend Margaret ' I'll be back to tMUff,, for dinner " Children Orr if /o« FUTCNin m GAST O R 5 A Third Vice-President M. A. LAFOND, President M. A. LaFond Oa. .Secretary SID A. ERWIN, Spar. Asst. rreeeevUng AMY Treasurer THOS. P. DANAHEY, Maaager DIRECTORS DALTON R WtLLB Architect and EngtneaS CUAB. J HIGGINS Cashier Federal Stats Bank J. R GRBGG as <+y A Trena. Or«OV Hdwe. On. H. A CHURCH aer y A Trees- Kina Motor Oar CM. HARKYT CLOIuH Executive Sec. Det. Real Eel BdL F W. BOYNTON Asst Pur. Mgr. Park. Met. Car Ce. H. C. MARSHALL Retired. TIS Kreage Sid Ml JOB H, SCHULTE Manawcr Detroit Laatbcr W>*. ADVISORY COMMITTEE /. W ROBBIBOW Baa. Pwrttaa fata Brtak Oat r.OM II jlf l>i Mar taiaaJaftM Brafwar D 41.T0M R. WELL* trrhltrat a*4 Bagtaaaf nrOBOE W. 8088 (Makar Oaataf 41.R0M C. BOLMB* P. K Halaara Oa. W. X. BBtWBL 14 \lral*t 4?a. J. U VAM LI TB.M Baal Ratal* tbobab p. damabbt Baal Ratal* c. c. mum Mb*l*aala Caal n. MT. CTBTIBB Baa. B«r Dnr«tt lacal Ihwa BABTfM R. UALTIM Praa. P*A*ral «tat* Baaak I. A. TOI'MO Para. IWlratt w tta lyatay OR BARIT A. BAMPOBUI BapaaaaA A R*ratal »aa. TBOBAB P. TBAMHa Par. Aft. D*t. Bta»l PraA ratk J. O. RM PARDMOM T. P. BTBPBBMM l*taa. J. D. akbartaaa Or PR IRK P. RC«B Mgt MafMaatal Oa. PAGE 5