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hRhBM HMtf# aJUiUf ||||L fltoMNMMr** bare been ISSSl**"* Ik* t nil** B(ate P ffeak worid in resorting Ml MUiOUJ deal re to ffe Pw«tx»re for Hftp *• ir out right* bv forte HMIP" O * b > M»K*i*le n« gnlla pggik rMlreaa for wrong* Kmf, t« lb* hope that German.) HTflrti pwlfir counsel and |jfcMi of |—ttra, fijjpt jg tMt hope the United «M dUappoimed. that the Lpgfip (MM when this country ■rfhllMU fipeialeely her hou firifffcfi Mb istnmat VbM noM? by the neta of Oer Up n finia of war eaiats between ST fOTTMuni and the Unued baa, and that tbs cffßgr«M of the pad Statea ptnena at U»e_ die i»> el- Egf the president the- means of |pgfHttif the war rigorously and jppwhy hastening the reatoration of ||hl iMDinUoTi will also aathortse UMI provision for sustaining and ■Mneing the arm? and nary. Kppl will be bold by the com ■gt thrjout the weelt and all EpMOir legislation for immedl ffpModnetlon into congress will 1 +***■ |g MU*, a jd»u«omblp bill and £)BMUHire Xlitbortsing the state ■ytawnt to employ men not an service in the [Hatnet of ■Kin tor Intelligence work are lw the legislative plans slated Kirn la ao indication yet that feWnaMlrat will desire any ena- K ieclalatH.n at first. K|ny the president meets wttii to discuss the prepared- PRitia calls issued by the prest gt yantnrday raised the force of &M guard units employed tn Eaatlng property within the Unit platen to 17 regfmeau and 11 Bggingrtr. The proaident also |faHbod the recrolttag of the ma ■rimpg to its maximum author ■ rirongtll Os 11,400 men Sec Hf requested tbs news mm •i the country to emphasise Haed of ma for this work. HpMt? Michigan milltarr organ Kg gffoetnd by the mllttta call Bp Thirty-third infantry, now an ly hawse from the border, which (■» retained in the federal ser MjNCIL WILL ■CONSIDER THE rPOLICE BUDGET ■■ n mlatnke in cutting the sum Rif patrolmen fe||C. Ottoman's motion Is an in KT%y the committee said Aid HpSnrtofi mowed for reconsid- BPhg hem by item the motion It to 11. The role was as ■pit ■me- AW Bnbomkl Braun Bur BfCowan Dill. Dodt Gilanan. Gut IT Hindi. Hunter Krrmk Miot BMfcUr. Hlchert. Schultz. Stark Sjfnlsb. Wart ell, and Zink—l9 Bp-AI4 Allan, Anrh. Bleil, Sigr, ««" Holden. Korher Lit H|C Lodge, Nowc, Robinson Efc Thompson Weniel and Wll p-w K H considering the public lighting H|ba la committee of the B the council reinstated an || of Ufl.fwfl for lighting alleys. ■ 'baring been cut to ftß.Ooo by mjhnmmittee Estimate* of lib B hr lighting on McDougall arc ■jb Jegerson to Gratiot ares . and MMM for lights on Perndale-a\s lb Dt« to Central ave* alaower - ■ppred h 7 the rounrtl. altho they oFbeen ent out by the public ■Ring committee Mwmt» Govemmtnt to E Co*ttr»>l Aliens Here V ' vß' • 1 ißßjp BKoafrK v* tOMON os 1 |HH||Ml«thr« Oenrge E«1 P*nn« lv»ni i i* the su ||^^Hra plan to Lav*• 4lien« of Willi ’•hi* b t h»‘ t nt’-d HK| may br it mr " C ...,»■ «i |||[tw»l K'-rs ?,*-■ l* Kero* has * s.mlla/ he tfe < hlef 4 ' o i the Tftt# **r»nrli t**a, at flauu* Outbursts of Everett True. all H pi] WWmTi mother j I—i 1 —i X — ( wm ? i ~ - *** i w 1 | I Germany Cannot Attack Us, Says Frederick Palmer; Sees Death Struggle Near at Hand *lf the United Statea goes to war with Oormnay, It must be war to the hilt.'' is the declaration of Fred erick Palmer, in a statement to the Michigan division of the Military Training Camps association of tbs United Star a received Monday morning by MaJ Fred M Alger, chairman of the finance committee Mr Palmer Is scheduled to lecture under auspices of the association next Monday evening tn the con ventkm hall of the Hotel Pontchar traln. The lecture win be open to the public. The subject is "The Somme and Verdun. ** and the talk will ho Illustrated by the war film* officially sanctioned by the British aid PVench governments Germany cannot attack us." con ttnuea Mr. Palmer in his message to MaJ. Alger "She cannot send her Zeppotins across the ocean, because tbe distance )• tt>o great. She could not blow up London with Zeppelin bomba and she cannot blow up New York As for submarines two hare crossed the Allantic on roy ages But if England. so close at hand and subject to imminent and constant danger, can keep the Ger man 'subs' out of her harbors, the United States ran easily do it. "No American troops, in the event of war. should be sent across to France until a formidable army la raised. An army of 10 POO or so can do little If any good Germany knows that this country of IflO.- 000.000 people if it gets Into war after trying so hard honorably to keep out of it. will put up a mighty fit-tat.” Just now according to Mr Palm er. Germany's chief effort Is in »h*> dliect'on of attempt'nc to create a condition of stress in England which will result In that country pleading for peace. On this point he says "It Is not necessary to bellttje the monumental effort that Germany Is making to starve out England or to minimlxe the seriousness of «t It is serious from tbe British stand point even if It does not involve tfc< United States. If the English people were down to a starvation basis there might be overtures for pence 1 do not believe that time will ever come. The last great es fort of Ormmy will fail. "But failure of the attempt to atanre out England will not partly end the war Germany wttl fight on land, and it will he the moot desperate and bloody fighting tha world haa erar waa My ei p-rtatlon ia that all which haa goo# before Hi slaughter will not mess ore up to what ta to ton* 1 “I expect thia deaperate and bloody fighting because the Alllea’ FOUR FOLD BENEFIT gram Two Grand Madtdnes In Spring You know that physician* often give two prescription*. perhapa more, or tnedlrinea to be taken to gether. or alternately or at different times. One reason may be that the aedt fines are "Hacompotlble*'—do not agree when rloaeiy mixed In taking —or that deal red results ranaot be secured by one medicine alone. The most successful combination spring medicine treatment that ee know of-because perfectly "ronipat Ible' and product)re of the best re suite m In Hood * Ha reaper! Ila and Pepiiron Pills. The former thorough l> searches out and expels impurities from the blood, while Pepuron Pflls giro the wonderful tonic they liter ally "‘put Iron lam your blood - Rood * garaaparilla should • be tahart before meals and Peptiron Pills after nosis pot lent* raking them to report the benefit ia four fold prompt, poeitiev. permanent. Both these medicines are economical and plans an 1 u> take. Adv. —By Condo. artillery. eapecUlly that of the Eng Uab and French, baa been highly perfected. The Germans cannot fight defensively; their troops can not stand before the curtain of file trat the Allied artillery now ts able to produce. It is inconceivable that Germany will adopt a policy of lay Ing back and putting It up to the enemy to come and fight her. Ger many cannot do It. “Consequently, a* spring ap proaches and especially toward the end of spring and the beginning of summer, the death fight will be on And it will be Germany. In desperm tun. attacking and trying to break thru." According to Mr Palmer, the first effect of a war declaration by tba United States against Germany will b»- a rush of rumors that Will ex press fears of what Germany can do. The danger of the Atlantic seaboard ports from Zeppelins and submarines, rioting in 'he larger cities, landing of German forces tn Mexico and Cuba will he mentioned tn "scare" reports, he believes "Ninety nine per cent of the Im eidents that will be spoken of a* likely to happen never will happen,” adds Mr Palmer. PUNT A GORDA Fit.—This quiet little village or. Charlotte harbor was thrilled todav by the news that Col Roosevelt had killed two mon ster devil fish lust off its shore* DICKY DIPPY’S DIARY. TUESDAY: JAW AN AD in THE HE TOLD ME TO SIT >N A j ‘T^riMTl^E o V« S .!T WHEN THAT^ IT *«*£>:* YOUN<S MAIM WANTED FOR! 1 CMAiR_ OUTvJiOEL Mb3 OPPtCE-. S*OH3miM- ABOUT THIfl JOB HE <S*AiD. V/H«N I fn»Kl BAT. REf.»OB«I»Lt POk.TiON* VOU KtSFOHO. I APPLIED the BOJJ «3A»D ILL | , - .1 g KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES. r 1 N It— f ■ i| f \JMV 1 WA3 (JOINS IN THE ExcrTßntxr 1 HANDED \ vou pooiz. ■ xnr v. M * TA «i a f,e,T *° H,n * eN,c * ®om* C3o«k*Om ■■*"<>•-XH/M O PtTf' T,. .>£,** K,LL He SUPPOJEP OS Th£ BRANDY COTTLE, An HE t don't “O' l fiO'-Ne Vjh«ts th ®*VL trained v ngAN To 0E v/ooNOEO' Took a lon6 DEEP Pull att rr S2Lt -Ton,!' O To OIE ! , HA-net NURSE That EVER H|JTA*E ? V___ ' [ITFonc ui GOT VIISE 7 HEK ETHtiOEftTrj ■ L___X-JT jp-^SiYs 1 W ' / I T &7\ HEAVEN HELp) / DETROIT TIMES U. S. GOLD CAN DEFEAT GERMANY Country Can Afford to Loan $5,000,000,000, Says Banker country”world TREASURE HOUSE Financing Entente Would Not Affect Business at Home By WEBB C. MILLER tSinff t urrtspon dent £n«*4 Press) SETA YORK, ' Marsh 2T —Tba United Statea —tbs treasure house of the world—ts able to loon th* Allies the staggering mm of ffvu billion* of dollars without notice ably affecting the financial sttuo non o i this country. An ofßr lal of one of the Urgent Anihrirsn hanking institutions today told the Uotted Press this ccountry is in a position to loan five times the ajnoun* of cur national debt to tha Allies In ra.-e of war between tha l nlted States and Germany. In tna gold plied up tn this country is tha power. If loosed, to end tha war in the opinion of tha hanker. THE bTAGE octxoit orcxi Hotin Wmiter Brownes allegory. "Every woran." pleased a largr audience tn the Detroit opera bouse Monday night. Th I. spectacle, which at onee suggests the straight drama, muat <*al comedy and grand opera, 1* high* ly raaarded tn Detroit, and despite the fact that it la now making Ite fourth annual visit an enthusiastic audience greeted 1C In the years that th* piece has been presenting truth to the public the quality of the pro duction haa not been permitted to deteriorate, so that •Everywosnan" today is quite a* elaborate as whea It had Ite first appearance—ln fnct. in some respects. It appears to have been Improved M>ea Paula Shay, who haa th* till# role. Is perhaps as fascinating as say other woman who ever ptared th* part. Bh# is splendidly endowed phy sically. and she ts a painstaking actress of great »*-rru and natural beauty. Bh* dlapl- her greatest artistry in her qui .er momenta, al tho her emotional work !* not what one would rail bad The sermon is #o well knoern t* Detroit theatergoers that It ta not necessary to sketch It here, hut It I* safe to *a y the preachment nerer had a m< re eloquent presentation than tt Is having this week Th* great appeal the play ha* i* due to the fact that it rings true and dads an echo for Its philosophy In every mind, altho th* majority of those who hear this philosophy of Ilfs have never phraaed or classified their thoughts In quite the same wav Tt is like seeing an analyst* of Idea* that <>ne was not sure on* had until portrayed by Using actors Instead of on the printed page ”Ev*rywoman la really a h iman!a*d and animated chapter of Ba sse. Sot alone doe* Miss hhav *at!*fv In every way tn the atactlng part she essays but the company with which she I# surrounded Is quite ade quate In all respect* George Hyd»n harr. who plavs Nobody, haa a vote* that 1* a delight and an app*aranc» that helleif th# name Mod*-*-/. You*h and Beauty are splendidly pre sented br Ev*lvn Porn. Dorthy M.i bum and Helen Mollnsauv. r**p*e- tlvaly Frank Kilday and F. J. *€- •‘art hy a»P*ar M Bluff *M tti*at riaal managar*. and they ara quit# trua to Ilf* and maha the m*«t of thalr opportunities Othare who lak# tha pramlnant part# ar# Jcha T Dwyar. as Wealth, t'harlaa Fiatch •r. aa Witless, rredsri* Hampton, as Tima Harry Hamilton. King L«v* Miaa Jan* Buohanoa. aa Conaclenc* and Mlaa Loretta Wefla as Truth. • tlftHX (Aden with J#w#l* and garbed t* fantastic costutnea. Aana Hold klnaaa a ■ cgauui trail thiu th* musical comedy 'Follow Me," tb»a wash, in th* Oertiok theater With hsr eye* refusing to behave say bettor than usual. Miss Hold holds th# ro##-roli>rsd epot'lgbt whit# she singe various songs of the type peculiarly associated with hsr. and displays hsr surprisingly youthful, trim flgur* ta a *srie* of sartorial Seal Isas At on* point *h# corns* rutting on the seen* In a whit# and rklaeston* affair built to represent th* spreading tall of a psaaooh. th# id#* for which *h# claim# ah# got her* la Detroit while oa a visit last sprbtg to Palmer park, where th* famous whit# peacock attracted her attention and ah* *aw the poaslbdl tie* «»f developing an orlglaal staff* costume. Th* roptum* le beautiful and Ml*a Held very cleverly mautp tilatrs th* woaderful tall. • Tollow Me" I* a typl ally spaady. loudly drasosd. ordinary staging aad dancing vaudovlll# shew. Tte young women ar* mostly pretty, and the costumes provided for them war* not meant to hid* any #f thatr phystaeU charm# A group at "shew girls" nre a particularly hared looking lot. But that# ar# Henry Lewis different aad original in hts eomto mat-hods: little Hylvla Jaaon. tabasco tn tabloid form aad dtnrl*# MoJfnuffhtaa. a «em<*dtaa of eepartnesa who ta a recruit from th* vaudeville stage has r*al ability and a a od singing voice. H* lay# no claims to being oihar than a "««*• sensU'al nut.' but hla work s*bn la Its caaggaratlon ha# an underlying quality that makes for real humor and genuine fun Dtmlnutlv# Mies Jason 1s a clevsr little parcel Her voted te eepsclaMy tood for so small a per* *o. a**d like |r laiwls she haa a real sense of comedy . , Mr. Mc.Naughton Is smooth In his work and la always funny along laglllmata lines Thera la soma skilful dancing by William Peahury. a youth seemingly with no bones In his ankle*, who of fered new idea* In grost»*qu* daae tng Billie ghaw. a blonde slip of n girl, looking onough Ilk# Louise Mtnk th* prims donna of the company, to b# her twin steter darned prettily m her bar# toaa and did aotn* clever work with Mr. Beabury The show la a aqcceasion of slahor. at* scenic and roatum# picture* ELLA MAE HAWTHORNE TBgPI.I Alexander Carr, best known to th* theatrical public bacauss of hie work a# Maw rues Parlmuttsr In "Potaah A Psrlmutter." head* th* bill In th# Tempi# this week with a playlet. "An April Phowar." It la a remarkably well - wnttan pl*c*. aad Carr, him self. is the author. Carr lea character actor of sscep tlonal ability. In his latest effort he haa combined many of ths ele ments that made for tha/#ucc#*a of th* Abe aud Man ruse eerie*. In It la a not* of pathos blended with lines of comedy that give T?arr op portunity to do a splendid pier# ~f acting Carr and his company of three command th# audleoc* every It ts always a happy day when Al Harman return# go It was Monday, for Herman as "The Black Laugh. ' 1* also th# biggest laugh that haa been heard in many a day. Fun seems to hist flow from him without effort, and th# audience la in a stats of near pandemonium until h# leaves the «tag* Ward aad Van. In addition to being musicians of rar* attainment#, make fnn with the audience tn a different way. A a street musicians they play th* violin and harp, and provide 11 of aacallent entertainment. They combine pantomime with their music to advantage. Music of another type is provided by Paul McCarty and Elat* Fay In "Potctd* Garden.*' a travesty that combines originality, good dancing and atnglng. Their song, '•flulcld*-. s one away from the beaten paths and ts highly entertaining Acrobatic dancing. Including many feat* of skill, ia furnished »y the Vour Amaranths r*e#ntly from th# New York Hlppodro_»# road ahow. Ail four women knve extraordinary records as dancers an* their act la one that meet# with profound ap proval Orth and Dooley make fun in a ekf»- v . “A Fbol Detect,vs ''m • nl’two provides mo#t of the mer. rt men t by his awkward tumbling stunts Oarelnettl brother# open th# MU with acrobatic twlats The final numbef is Tina May s c|p. us. ar act that deserve# commend*- t.on. f>ne of he performers Is a baby «l»phMt Um( to* trtm*4 U ft raiwerkabls Tha [•''for oft* tn<j« cloaaa with 111 waeklf ruovlns plrtvr* rirliv •( currvat #vaeta. Error picture ihon la of ft patriotic nature. * Valsatiaa To*, with hla atunnlaa •taco a«ttla« of the Hoot advanced >TM hto slegaat tnannar and remark able ability, to vatltlsd to ksatollaa boaoro la tka Mila* thto weak. Hla la one of tka boat raatrllequlat act# oa the vaadevllls ittfo, tat ho aorma to Improve with eorh visit Re amobee a cigarette thru moot of the net and po»rtrajra the New fork olub man to oorfectloa. The little ' But* tme" war* la hla mouthploeo. to aa Innovation la dammlea Attho epeedlna ae fact aa paaollne would carry them In aa autoaeoblla the rural fun mahoco McOreavjr and LK>> la. failed to reach Detroit la time for the performance and their place waa takea by I/ottte Rutherford, of thie city, with eeloctione oa the aaxa phoae. the played with eftproaMoa and oklll. She hae a peroeaallty that le atoat attractive Harrtena Ureen. mon o I opt at aad singer. le aa artlet Hie la the true dry humor of the real moaolowtot He aaya the right thing la the right way Kathiiae Barker hla partner, make# up la good look# aad costume whet eh# tack# in voice. They are an agreeahle pair La France brathore. agalllbrlota. achieve the moat amaaieg stunts while standing oa thalr haada which Booms to he their favorite poet are Drinking wine upnldn down, playing banjos smoking while balancing lighted lamps etc., are a few of thalr ocrompllphmeata "The Day After." a fares comedy, la a lot of nonsense whteh oade In n pong and dance English ns It le dona on Rroodway hat would not he recognised In the Ptraad to a retching hit. Clarence Wilber, tramp moaologiet. is a good entertainer Pieturea pro erd* the vaudeville and also close the MIL Olff gTM The return of Lottie Mayer aad her five diving girls ta the Orpheum Mon day was the signal (or another Mg outpouring of vawAevills and picture sane aad they did not go unreward ed for their lot*root Mtoo Mayer la bark with some new faces, girls who look aad act the rotas of diving nymphs. They splash about id the water from the tall eprlngbaardo and menage to got o few drops late the auditorium Mtsa Mayor to Just as epOghtly as heretofore sad the art, with Its tank nod stags settings. Is imposing. There le another act oa the pro gram entitled to mors than passing attention This to "Woman Pro poses." a one-act satire by Paul Arm strong. In which eight players ap pear. The cast to headed by fhrace Morse and Lewis Masoa - The author seeks to show that woman aad not u*eiv.do the proposing In the mar riage game, and he seeks to prove it Sr presenting four distinct propos e la to ml a utea The production to well etaged and acted sad affords quits a rest from the usual one-act plarlat seen In vaudevtlto. Morse and Reasley open the pro gram with a unique little skit that Includes laughs and dancing and a number of clever eonge Jarvis and Ifarrtson follow with another kind of skit that to also worth while, Ethel Costello offers some fin# Mng«ng numbers aad Alice Hanson, wltb her dwarf, creates- no end of other laughs. Mias Hanson la in fact, on# of the beet comediennes In caude rllle The picture# are “The Bride of Hate" with FTat»h Keenan the tenth eplwde of "Petrla" with Mrs Ver non '"eatle and some shorter dime It takes something like three hours to see the entire Sill. Old Traditiont of Music Assailed in Book By Detroiter “Read to the end of tho booh with as open a mind as possible." Wank Fruttchey enjoins tho reader in the foreword of his book, ’’Delinquent Gods ’* Ho might bars added. “Be prepared to have moot of your cher ished opinions In matters musical arul otherwise ruthlessly shattered ' for this bo proceeds to do at once, fearlessly and unaoßvontJooally. Mr. mrttehey Is a wtU tacwn Detroit musician whoso views and arguments snoot musical matters may not always bo convincing, bat they at least command reopect and give much food for thought In "Delinquent Gods.*** which Is published by tho author, aad may Most Effective Remedy Mother Had Ever Used [)r. Caldwell’* Syrup Pepffin RrlifTw Baby When Other Medicine* Failed Thors to nothing so necessary to a child’s health and oomfort aa regu tarity of . tha bowels Ail children are especially susceptible to stomach trouble and any overstrain of tho sensitive organs has a tendency to obstruct elimination This condition to responsible for much of tho Ulnesa of childhood To rollers constipation a mild laxa tive should he employed Cathartics and purgatives are violent in thotr action and should bo avoided Mrs Alfred Du Bots. Mt Holly, N. J„ aaya Dr. Caldwell'a Syrup Pepsin Is with out doubt tba moat effective remedy for constipation abs has over used and that it la the only remedy she could find for her baby. Little Earl waa badly constipated during bis first yesr and nothing she triad seemed to help him until she got s bottle of Dr Caldwell’s Syrup Pep sin Now be to a fine, strong, healthy boy. and she thanks Dr. Caldwell for It. Dr. Caldwsiri Syrup Pepsin to a combination of simple lasstive herbs with pepsin free from opiates or aar colic drugs; it sets gently without griping or other discomfort, and ap be bad in any of the Detroit book shops. Mr FTuttchey assails tbs traditional beliefs and Institutions which have prevented the human mind from developing and unfold ing itself to the fullest extent. He cites Richard Wagneg aa one who broke away from the old bondage so successfully The book Is writ ten In the form of questions and answers, formerly frequently used in works of a didactic nature, but rarely employed In the present day “Delinquent Qod#** will probably be enjoyed more by the classes than tba masses, alt bo the reader need not necessarily be musically cultured to appreciate some of the author's nnlqne definition# of ’’What Is focal culture*** such as "Any* thing sad everything that will trans fer from one pocket to another the ‘root of all evil.’ " Mr FTuttchey includes In hi# iconoclastic assaults the questions and answers; "What to the highest note of the singer and singing? A grotesque characterisation of an original pur pose of nature *Wbat else* I? exhibits Just bow much strain a muscle and nerve win stand without bursting. "What of the average Sunday school hymnology? It is founded on the cheapest and most flimsy types of sentimental harmonies. “To what has the piano been re duced* To Illustrate ptaaiatic abil ity to run the length of the key board Is trills, thrills and throbs of more or less technical degree. "What has outclassed this old type of ptanistlc ability? The pi anola." The failure to grasp aad definite ly employ "harmonic orderliness.’ Mr Fruttchey considers the cause of human delinquency By "har monic orderliness" he means the harmonics of physical sound aad those of tonality and coctodcra them the determinate of music. In fact "harmonic orderliness" Is the underlying principle of the book. The chapter# -dealing with ping ing will prove Interesting to teach- TITEBDAT. MARCH t 7, I#lT. peals to children because of Its pleasant taste. TTugglste every where sell It for fifty cents a bottle, and every mother should have it In the house for use whenever occasion arises. To avoid imitations and Ineffective substitutes always be sure to ask for Dr. Caldwell's Hyrup Pepsin Be# that a facsimile of Dr Caldwell’s sig nature end his portrait appear on the yellow carton in which the bottle la pecked A trial bottle, free of charge can beohtalned by writing to Dr w. R < l aTqwell. 435 Washington St., Montieello. Illinois. er# and students. Mr. Fruttchey’s opinions on this subject undoubt edly will be shared by many of his readers. The final chapters of the book on “The Spirit of America" are worthy of careful perusal. Mr. FTuttchey saye. "The spirit of America represents the one great progressive nation left capable of exploring the depths of that vast field known aa Intuition * t*pon It, therefore, rests the hope of the en tire world " "Delinquent Gods" will be fol lowed by “Harmony*’ and Compo sition’’ which latter two will doubt less prove as original In thought and aa traditionshattering as tha first book. Judge Connelly Still Iff. Judge Connolly Is still confined to bis home withs severe attack of lonsilitls and will not bo in record ers’ court until next Thursday at the earliest. Meanwhile it is said at bi# office that he will render a recto lon in the matter of the grand Jury he has ordered called to probe the activities of the building depart ment. the tonri of education and other departments of tie city gov ernment. After Judge Connolly or dered the grand Jury oallwi Pro**- rating Attorney Jasnowski objected, declaring that *h- recorder's < ourt did not have Jurisdiction Judge Connolly heard arguments on the matter and reserved derision Mean while he was taken 111. NEW YORK-The aeries of food riots and boycotts among the house wives of this city has resulted la the closing of 3,000 butcher shops JYour Liver Ills and Constipation I Plo< KpurnfW yascaßj»[PUlj I Relieved Burely 8 | Pleasantly, Cheaply ■ —By BINNOTL —By POP.