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MONDAY. MARCH *, 1»17.
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LABOR TO HOLO WAR MEETING Spokesmen of 3,000,000 Wage earner* To Gather In Washington WASHINGTON. Mar I. —Bpoke# men of more than 3,000.000 Amerl can wage earners have been called to a conference here March 13 to determine and announce the part labor ahall clatm In the formula tion of pollclea of preparedneaa and defenae In the criats confront ing the nation. The call, made pa bile today, vraa Issued by Sam pel Oompera. preel dent of the American rederation of Labor, under authority of the fed •ration's executive council. It went to presidents of 100 national and International unions affiliated with the federation, department presi dents and the four greet railroad employee* brotherhoods EDWIN DENBY AND A. A. TEMPLETON SEEK PRESIDENCY Directors of the Detroit Boerd of Commerce on Tueedsy will name either Bdwln Penby or Allen A. Templeton president of the organlta tlon for the ensuing year Mr. Denby Is the present Incumbent Mr. Tun p let on Is president of the Detroit Seamless Steel Tube company. It Is customary for officers of the boerd not to seek re-election, but several of the directors are favor able to Mr. Denby boldine over be cause of the success wtth which he has administered the slfatre of the board In the year past. However, a majority say that the Iron-cl ad rule will remain this year, and that Mr Templeton will be elected. Candidates for the viee-preslden rtes are John A. Russell, editor of the Michigan Manufacturer A K“lnan cial Record; Frank P Johnston, of the Detroit Screw Works, and Henry W. Hoyt, vice-president of the Great tikw Engineering works. Samuel C. Mumford. controller for the De troit Edison company, is the only candidate for treasurer. FILIBUSTERS CALLED ‘TRAITORS’ COLTMHnS. March s—ln wel coming the Fourth regiment, Ohio National guard. home, Sunday, aft er aeveral montha* dnty on tha bor der Gov, Cox rouaed wild entbual aam whan ha danouncad tha mam bar* of tha senate who hald up tha president's arm ad ahlp bill aa guilty of treasonable conduct. "We will flaht only whan our rights ara dallbarataly trespassed upon” *sld tha governor. **To do laaa would maka ua unworthy of our fathers. "Regardless of what a few mis guided public officials may do, and daaplta tha fact that tha blood of many nations courses thru tha veins of our people, wa will respond as one man whan our leader calls Standing bare this Sabbath morn Ing. facing the monuments to our heroic dead, In tha name of Mc- Kinley. Grant, Sherman and Sheri dan. In tha nama of our patriotic cßlxenshtp. wa protaet against the treasonable conduct of tha handful of man In tha American senate.” Death Tahee Mrs. McNath. Mm Helen Beveridge McNath. 73 years old, died Sunday, In the resi dence of her daughter. Mrs. Charles Shaft. No. 3«5 Clark-et., after an Hines* of several months. She Is survived by her husband. James Me Nath, three sons, John and Tom, of Detroit, and Robert, who lives In Franca, and four daughters. M”S C Shaft. Mrs. F Flleshsns, of Detroit; Mrs. J. A Rivers, of Duluth, and Mrs J. IJytngstone. of Sault Sta. Marla. The funeral will be held fmm Mrs Shaft's residence Tues d y afternoon at 3 o'clock. Inter went will be In Kverrrecn ceme tery fIVIN IF ti-i mao A K ;ORE THROAT OSS (LIRE mmjgk Ol .a, m. mm im mm uMM rs r emri • • • IN DETROIT Raarykady naa kaay arparatla* thatr 4 aeadtaa fraa tkrlr JLaetleaa money la a cafeteria Monday morn ing whan the proprietor announced that there waa a two par rent discount oa the former. -R«V> are dawa ta SS aaafa a daara" aalS a deMckted ktaarwlfr. Mask day. "W» are told they ar* fraah from the naata. but as a matter of fact the cold stored* m*a ar# un loading In order to gat rid of tb*lr stock.’ Tba See. I. H. Pattreaaa. fWtrin •ayeflatrstrat af tbr Mlaataearr and Christian aUlanc*. will apeak in th# missionary church on RaUl wln-ave.. on* block north of Gra tiot, Thursday evening, March • at T:I0 o'clock. All Alltanca peo ple ar* earnestly requested to at tend and th* gsnarsl public Is !n --vitad Om at tha battdtaa* aC tba Oatratt Markka weeks. N*. 4*7 Bellevae ava. waa destroyed by lira Hunday morning while th* fireman were fighting tha Mas* on Woodward • v*. The flr# did damage estimat ed at M.SSO. part of which ta cov ered by Insurance. Tba origin la not known. •A baralar r*4 lata say baaaa laa« eight." said a re aide at at Celvert av*. Monday morning. “Did he taka anything*" asked his friend '•No. but h# left a lot** “What did ha leave?" ’lts left the front door open In tha midst of th* hunday night bllasard and tha whole fam ily nearly frasa to death." A faafelasuibla family la tha Indian vlllaee wanted a baaaemald. la piecing Its “want ad ” a newspaper got It under tha heading of "Situs tton wanted” Instead of "Help wanted" Aa countless other wo men also want maids, th* Indian villa** matron haa been kept busy for th* laet couple of daya ex plaining that aha doesn't want a Job in somebody's kitchen. DetreSf banker* and krak.r* are kaeklaa a kill that area wilt a> to the state legislature providing that the attorney-genera I of th* state pass on all laauaa of munici pal bonds and that after a parin'* of lb days from authorisation, the Issues will b« Incontestable b> court procedure. The object of thr bill particularly would be to pro tect bond purchasers from ques tionable action of small cttlas In Issuing bonds for salsa purposes Pref. Jew*# H. Mbits, sf the p*yehat agy deparfmeet es tba t slmdl 1 of Pittsburgh, wilt address th# De troit galasmanahlp club Monda> night. He ta regarded aa a aalar expert, and haa conducted lecture courses and conferences on sales manshlp In many Institutions of prominence in the country. In th* Monday night meeting the club will elect a preeldent, vice-president secretary-treasurer and three executive committeemen. A large parly es Klrklrs* Dms rente, beaded by Jeds* William I Connolly, left Detroit Sunday at 1 o’clock In a special train the Per* Marquette mad for Wash ington to attend tha Inauguration of President Wilson A list of those In th# party looks Ilk* a lls* of delegates to a Democratic state convention. The Michigan tratr met that of the Illinois deles* tlon at Deshler. 0.. where tha lw were combined The party reach*' 4 Washington Monday morning early enough to gat settled before th* Inaugural ceremonies started. Metercyclc Patrolman James Helms was embarrassed and angered Saa day night when he waa Ignored by a passing electric automobile If# Holmes’ custom to tip hla hat to nearly all fair drivers and htr saints ts usually acknowledged M a bow or a amtl* that makes th patrolman's chest swell wtth pride Punday night Holme* sig nalled an eleetrio. which la owned hy Ormc* R, Conover, No. 11l Phll adelphta-av*. want. to stop at Wnodwsrd-ST*. and Montcalm-et and h* waa Ignored Holmes pur sued th* machine until It came to a atop He found th# door locked and th* automobile unoccupied T*« electric had started off by It •elf. BURNED IN FIRE OF OWN MAKING "Mike” Kern, about 43 years old, no borne, was taken to the receiving hospital suffering from burns sus tained In a Are of his own miking In a bam at No. 39 Pollard st„ Sun day night. His condition Is report ed as serious The Are which Kem Is said to have set while under the InAuenre of drink, wss discovered by Patrol man Buler. Chases Hat, Struck by Auto. James Meeko. 25 years old. No 21 Tarnovr-atffM! sustained a broker leg. Saturday night, when he was struck by an automobile owned by Joseph Lais, No. 430 Isinlley-ave. Meeko was running across Mlchl gsn-ave., between Ollppert and Msr tin, chasing his hat. Assisted b> several In the crowd, Tails got Meeko into the automobile and rush ec him to a nearby physician latter he was taken to the recervlrg hos pital. Mrs. Hurley Succumbs. Mrs. Fit Isabel h Mary Hurley, wife of John T. Hurley, died Sunday, lu the family home. No. 1024 latke Shore-rd.. Oroaee Potnte, following a brief Illness. Mm. Hurley Is sur vived by her husband. Ave sons. J- hn. Joseph, Francis, William and Patrick, and Ave daughter*, the Misses Martha. Anne. Rhiabeth, i D-rothea and Julia Hurley. Pn I neral services will be held Tuesday i m< rntng In St Paul's Roman Cath olic church. Grasse Points. Thomas Jefferson was the Arst president to be Inaugurated In the ' city of Washington ‘OUR BOYS’ RECEIVE A SET-BACK Citizens' School Board Committee Spoil Neat Trick SUPS PASSED IN MEETING “Political News” Slate Is Promptly Re pudiated Th# Wajnos County Civic ass ode tton. the organisation which pub lished "Political News," a campaign "hast that according to many can didates hag a seal* of cash rata# for Its Indorsement, stole a march on the cltixons' school board commit too Sunday afternoon. Th* commit tee hold a big mass mooting in the Detroit opera house to arouse tutor eet In the campaign for a good school board little slips of paper with a par tlnl slate were distributed to those rho attended the meeting. The in ference was that the committee was behind the men mentioned. This Impression was not permitted to last long, however, for Tracy W. I McGregor, who presided at the meeting repudiated the list, do daring that It was not pnt out by the committee and that some of the candidates named on It were repudi ated by the committee. He said he •onsldared the circulation of these slips as very unfortunate, explain ing that the committee had no ax to grind, that It was not conduct ing a campaign of personalities, but simply wanted to arouse Interest In the careful selection of good men for the board. Dlvle B. Duffleld criticised ma chine politics, declaring that “ms -'bines build their suoreas on onr •ndlfference “ He urged voters to think carefully before voting for aadidates for the school board as i was Important to have the high est type of men and women for this service. Dr. Charles H Judd, head of thr -durational department of the Uni versity of Chicago, said hs cons Id have a school board of seven elect *d at large rather than a large board sent from the wards . Thr evening services In th# North Woodward ave. Presbyterian church were entirely given up to a discus sion of ths election of a school board. The Rev W H. Wray Boyle -irged the congregation to “vote Christ Into the school board.'* add ing that he thourht every good man ■\nd woman could consclentlousTy -upport candidates indorsed by the -Itliens' school board committee. Henry M. I/dand. president of 'he Cadillac kfintor Car company. Uro made a speech urging concern •ratlon on certain candidate* an he ▼arued the people that the Interests ip posed to progress In education would do that. He said that no voter could know all of the 69 can Ldateq and would not have time to llg up their records. He said the committee had done that and the voter would be safe In accepting Its findings Stephen D. Williams, Democratic candidate for the school board, was oermltted to speak for 10 minutes. Arthur E Johnson also spoke, gi▼- •ng the congregation Instructions as to the technical side of the election machinery. A fi*r plewlna fbra anew aa waehev *ll*4 walks aaS wattles far a f). t*. R car for half hno* on m *•«*•♦«- , rylarly cold and windy corner In tha young hllsxard of Monday morning, there waa no consolation when after scrambllnc on th# car. | on* stood In front of the rut* lit- i tie poster on the motorman’a veatl hnl# to read something Hk# this ! "Interruption* in winter a*rvlc# 1 are due to circumstances over which th# DUB has no control." Irrims rani is just what I ITS NAME IMPLIES-A PEOPLE'S BANK WHERE CAPITAL; SERVICE TO THE DEPO6I SURPLUS TOR IS THE DOMINANT AND IDEA. UNDIVIDED PROFITS START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT $6,250,000 AT OUR NEAREST RRANCH— YOU’LL FIND COURTEOUS. COMPETENT OFFICIAL! AL k " “ WAYS AT YOUR SERVICE FOR COUNShX AND ASSISTANCE. THE PEOPLES STATE BANK MARCUS un *vt> Twawrr was ctwwn ooaam n»rwt tram aima eauosLTii caasa noasa an w trim am nmwm ewrr aunnv mania awruii ■rmti »r«m • niiivaa alarms non neuj m euwioem* a» ■»<v «a»«» ai—n caura inua /arraeon nuu aaarnue roaaa ui pmiistt* Candid atm Favor § Morm Practical School Training —'—~ ..v PRANK M. LANOOON Frank M langdon, candidate for the school board on the Republican ticket, bus some novel Ideas about Now to conduct a school system so that It will redkund to ths benefit of ths community. Mr langdon. who Is connected with the advertis ing department of the Cadillac Mototr Car company, was a veteran during the Spanish-American war sod is now presldmt of the munid pal council of the fni'ed Spanish War Veterans He served with the Thirty-first Michigan regiment. Mr. Ijtngdon believes that almost too much attention la paid to the so-called higher education and that the school authorities should plan to five more anslstance to the bAva and girls wno go out to earn their living after they have reached tne eighth grade. He would establish auxiliary schools In some of the big factories to give practical (rain lng for the youth of the land. If necessary he would have the school authorities subsidise the big factories to furnish experience for th* pupils. In many cases, he thinks, the pu pils would be able to earn some thing from th* start, but In cases of highly skilled mechanics it would be necessary for a hoy to work for nothing. In such cases he would have the school board pay the boy a small sum during ths short time he would be unax>te to earn any thing. The Oadiliac company maintains a school of Instruction for Its be ginners. Mr I auigdon says, with the result that boys leaving thbt school are able to earn more than |25 a week an an average, or far more than would be the ca-e without the special Instruction. As more than (0 per cent of the pupils do not go to a university after leaving high school Mr Ijuigdon would give more mention to the big majority. ‘OLD GLORY’ HEADS RECESSIONAL IN ST. PAUL’S, SUNDAY At th* conclusion of the evening service In 8L Paul's cathedral, Woodward and Hancock avee.. Bnn day. th# choir proceeded thru the church with the national colors and the Christian emblem side by side. Dean Frederick Edwards talked on the observance of the season, delving Into the historic origin of the 40-day fasting, and the 1 spiritual effect It has had on the ‘ race. Commenting on the part that adversity plays in character forma tlon, the dean said In part: "They mistake the purpose of I life and the divine destiny which guides us who Ignore the great par suffering and even mistakes play In th# economy of the universe.* Break Window to Steal Bacon. Thieves Sunday morning put Jo seph Herman to an expense of 925 when they broke a window In his store. No. 1447 Mlchlgan-ave., to get a slab of bacon valued at 12 65. John Toth. No. 546 South-sL, lost a ; suit valued at |2l when the Per# Marquette depot was broken Into Sunday morning Chickens valued at 915 were stolen from a coop owned by Mrs. James Myer. No. 174 Hlgh-st. east. DETROIT TIMES “Best Investment I ever made" Said Mr. Newhome:— “We are snugly warm no matter how the wind blows or how stinging the cold outsidel This IDEAL-AMERICAN heating makes life out here in the suburbs, or thg country, comfortable for everybody. The coal-money I spent this year is the most satistao* tory —and the least , despite the new high prices. The outfit will outlast our gg investment, not an expense.” Amcanxldeal I n Radiators of heat per dollar of cost ®No other feature of a building repays so much its cost—or so many times its cost— as an IDEAL AMERICAN outfit—which easily outwears the building. The heavy fuel savings, the absence of repairs, the little care-taking, and the cleanliness that saves housework and house fumtahfeqpi make these outfits Whfl the ideal bargain in heating No other feature of a building shrinks so little in value—there are no second-hand IDEAL Boilers and AMERI CAN Radiators, because they are just as good as new even after many years of use. This is unlike ahsnrionsA old-fashioned heating devices which clutter up junk yards, alleys and vacant lots. .Wdk If you art weary of everlasting blackening, repairing and coaxing, die card at once the old way and put in an IDEAL-AMERICAN outfit at this J|Mug| season, when you get best attention and most favorable prices. Send Jm , f " 4 * for free booklet—** Ideal Heating ” which explaina how to get full returna from every heating coal bill. This permanent Vacuum Cleaner it best to buy ■1 Installed in any new or old building without tearing up anything. Now also made In two- * sweeper sue for ar>ertmentß, hotels, office buildings, etc. Lasts far years—always ready for meet thorough clraning. Fully guaranteed, in sires at $173 up. Sold on Easy Payment Plan. Sand fgfl* _ .VTH*!? i' \ for catalog and know why the ARCO WAND Vacuum Cleaner is best to buy. *»-. HIS »ay MajXgtMßntel “trjr American Radiator company CW oL.d RspkU.rwhL-^slillLA."-.lt l '""ZL?.!* ** mf * m^*o^t Dw Molaaa. OaisSs. Dsaew. Saa Ffaarliis, U >ss«l«. SasttW Spotaas. Porttaad. Yaroata, Sraotfor l (Oat.) ■ 1-tgß'^f|p^py^ip^ t *' ni"i- .*••► ~> ll [fH|?Xr^^^^^^ r vv v \Jii \WmWm A1 Jolson will be at Strasburg Shop ehEM Tuesday nj3W. March 6 from 3 to 4 p. m. flfr. Jolaon and several members of hla chor da have consented to be preaent The mem bers of the "Robinson Crusoe. Jr.," company will demonstrate the Jolaon records, which Mr. Jolaon makes exclusively for the Colum bia Phonograph Company. Included in the party from the Oarrick the ater drill be members of the famous Winter Oarden beauty brigade. Come in and have them play the Jolson Bark to tfc* r*r*lln* et«t*T ••avi *>«lu You IM»li| Shirt* far S*l - l Writ* M* I Thai I.IMJ* 1 *■ (hum Wh* fth» kwuw* _.***"*. •rau.*'" sr % ,a Krrrrhody Snap Yaw Itebl##. flnffa at Ma. and h»n Did d*d»tn*ae I -Wnt My dir* t* Uk* **• W 2** Thai*** nd lair* "wa»r«a» W*w Hr‘* Oat a S**atl- Tahkr n**U IthWar fnl I >»ala. hillmkii Part**’* Pa- Taor A n*n*rr«*u» Otrt ralr Pray Par Snwhln* Raalval nay. A nrihaa (ML MaxStiasburg& Xke Finest talking Machine Shop tp Detroit*} - Librajrar Ave.- BLL the great national advertis ers who appreciate a news paper of character include The Times in their country-covering cam paigns. Many use no other medium Ln Detroit THOMAS A. CONLON Republican Candidate for Wayne CIRCUIT JUDGE Graduate Michigan State Nor* mal College and University of Michigan. Successful lawyer in Detroit 17 years. Place an X Before His Name March 7th t»iVOEKr YU Ilflißy b w fc, MS ■li - u*” •* Mm AH, llf»- • ,■ fc K t ' . ' K- ■ *^M , H n*rr#lt, t* hr*f »» with Marlff. mmmi *•« la« la I inpn vra§*ata| old a**tl*M HI wall aa a*w. CHARLES A. WATSON Candidate for ALDERMAN FOURTH WARD Primary March 7. Republican Ticket CLYDE L WEBSTER United Staten District Attonwy 1912-1916 Republican Candidate for Circuit Judge Indorsed by Detroit Bar Association PAGE 3