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CZAR MAY BE LODGED IN JAIL *Vor Linen Think He’s Not Suffi ciently (iuarded In Palace HY HW O BUEPHEKD ftaff Cot tr»yvrtdim l »‘rtf PKTROGRAD. Jum* 2.—NichoU* $ Romanoff may rind- <>';t from p«*f K>mi the rigor* of the punlhbnunt hr u»**«l to ni*t*‘ out *o fiwqueutly to Ru**i*o i-olmcHi of* fender*. The workmen* and nolduT*’ council today adopted a r*-j*ohitlon kpproviny the r* moval of the funner C*er of all the Hiii-f'tif 1 fton hlf* winter palace ;«t Y**arko«- Jv*l<i :« flic •;i»• t torr. - or Peter ’ an Pan! The delegatee «n< ton vinced that ih* a'ltocrat of other lay ala careleaalj guarded under tin present arrangement ’ Peter and* Paul for' res* ha* housed many a victim of Riia'la* aaerel police of rh* other day*. P* gloomy corridor® date from the very foundation of Petrogtad Itaelf The fortrem- i* situated on an island in the Great >»>' river, in the cty luullfi HOTEL CADILLAC OFFERS LIVELY ENTERTAINMENT Beginning Monday evening, June 4, th> Hotel Gadll! u •• r - iapan- - garden will offer one of the live .. Uc»t ontm t>rogla.or in 44 - city for t ie aunimer niomb*. pn aenting the White Ktthn.< compae • and other favorite entert tiners The White Kuhns company hare seven distinct acta that have *o»i approval on the vaud* viile and come to Detroit from :i year engagement divided be* ween ih Hotel Henry in Pittsburgh and ih* Hotel Hollenden in (’level; od Sup piemen tins the Whitt- Kuon* wit* be "Those Three Olassv C*ir(».” But ford. Bennett and Buffwd. wii Jimmy Jonea at the piano, and Er*u Nedderuiyera’ dance oreflestra TI cnteKainmtMH eatures sill be ot sered in the mam case or ihe hotel every evening from 6 30 to 8:3" o’clock, and In the .Japanese froni ft o’clo< k until midnight. To open the season Monday even ing. the management will serve a special supper from 9 to 12 o’clo k for which reservation® are now being taken. After Monday, semi * will be ala carte in th- Japane..- rt»om. K A LTSCH MIDI’S CREDITORS FILE HEAVY CLAIMS Bankruptcy proceedings against the Marine City Salt company, of which Albert Kaltschmidt is the -•-preekient were started hy tfu-iu; Creditors. They are the Camp Coal company, of Pennsylvania, which has-a claim of $17,721’ SI; (’> Lake Erie Coal company, of New York. $4.80-1 78. and Solomon G. Pa perno. assignee of the Detroit Tes* ir.g laboratory, who has a claim of •only $7.50 Service of papers in the proceedings was made on Kalt sebmidt in the coun f > jail, wher* he Is awaiting trial in fed*ial conrt on charges of plotting against »h«> Dominion of Canada, and const ir aoy so destro> th* Detroit Screw works. TRIED TO DECEIVE COURT; PUNISHED Judre Msndeli sentenced Chris Holland. Letter known by his alias, Paul V. DeMonMgny, to from on< to five years "in the Detroit Hour* of Correction Friday. on represen tation that Holland had deceived the court He was charged wph IfM’lng a worthless check. When he was first brought befor Judge Mandeli, on complaint ot the Highland Park State bank h< said that he never, had been *rr*> (*.*i b< lore except a* a lad in Toronto The Rev. M H Rice interest* and himsi If In Holland's <a«e. Holland -. record was Invest (gated. however, j and he mn- found to have served time for a >12,b00 in Toronto. . Hr Is a veteran of th Boer w u in South Africa, t-nrv* 1 !r the British artnv. LWith the Whisters 1 The meml>er»' ly content esetr plaved at the D*trMt Whist club on Monday evening, May 21. resulted In the following 0f or** North and aouth F O Hat»* and R F H».*hm, plus tV, T l’ Halknili and F E W. Bright, pins i*. W ft Ratt.e(|i> find tV, S Taylor, itcnus I I'. •’ Mi k' lfnle and Harry Wynns, minus *'i Kaet and treat —J. E. Homo snd T J* Pratt, * ’’i ! 'V N Kd»<>n snd R R Richard- p]\i« *4 * r-oir m«n» ami .1 W. MrCrie*) pine u • P. B Oermsin and J. H. I’r«nt;« ml ntia S(4 The following scores were mad* in the Saturday g amt North and south Mrs M R. Pen fi«-tt and F. O Hates, pin* j \lr» .t W. fttelner and \V k Taylor, minus J; Mt a XV Ft Ftattclle and C* K p gtr.e, mfntta 9. Fast and Wost—-Mrs. A. R saa *nd J W Mc*"**use>. p| u « 1 Mr snd Mrs M. A. Commons, average: Mr* F J. M'-ou snd Mrs. C. P. Nilea, aver age. *t"due trtbnr J. Tattlr was thanked amfusely kr (tree relatives of , Jesse J. Tnompaon nho plrade t |s sk part wf an it !• rst-*t« •ehi- ment. after the tourt bad glv*-n toe young man a sentr-nee of six motions in the Houa*- of Correc tion. Friday a tier noon Prior to the arraignment the-r had pleaded wrttfi the judge for lenlenry, and tlw' Mf>nanllNf term was a imi'-h' lighter aenten* e than might have been twit need Thompson was ar rested in 111*, released on Itfto ball and t#ft th- etc XT' re.-ep»j oss r fare ted snd brought hack to fare Walt JACOBSEN NAMED IN INDIA PLOT Man Indicted In Detroit Face* More Trouble In ChicaKo CHICAGO lull'* 2 Fd* t ; In -Itcimenis were r-xprcifd to he re | uru*«l uxla> *fa!n«t ,-eve-ai ;.en»rns I *aul T u—o:v\• bet-n named by Albert | Wehile jeweler and traveler, «* u. ! coifed in a plot u> fotucß' a r* v<> | lution in imiis \motif •ho:** 1 named hv XVelid* »eV* Guarav H Jar*, .-.t o, I ominen' Chicago ps. lflsr H T.. LHipta. Dhi • itdra Xa’b ben. Jodla Singh and • Paul Po#hni -o .r«e U „,d, ndicaaent in r»erroit so." con-pirscs. was irres'et: he:*’ fr -- G eg. «; ,v it - f*kv in-? h* 'tld other* i i.fi p:rer! .-olaie ftCU * g • “eve in India, .tel ,K »t n Juae rj,.-v «ei • licehm ,ind Singh *o hsi f-tmntr to further rhe;r plan* It was intimated m gcverninet’ rtrcles Toris- 'h*' no court scflm will be aken vgttcs* *fee person arrestee In conr.ee-:on with ' th* anti-re* .pin: .nM af*er rL o j>o -**«: *. • : t! ' ik. u, *ft eblr Monday priaiue! and Harry T.»s .■s*cd >n 'be (tt sc' iv. p- ice ~. k !t ; * * -•*• T* ! •'* day w h**u ' was proven they wer» the proverbial * r stand • rs” who got ;n The way of an over-feaiou* poltc*-Ti.in. GHUBCH PLANS CITIZENS’ RALLY Vld. 'lxKijre and W. P. I.ovett U> Addretse. F'irvt Presbx - tenan (oojfrejration Aid John C Ijodge of Tbe Fvcw* ward, and XX P. l/wett, of the De troit Citizen.-*' league, will address a good ctttztcnhip mans meeting In First Presbvtcnan tmm h. Wood ward-eve and Hdmund'Pi . Bunds y_ night at 7:30 o'clock. The genera* topic will he “The Cittien and Hie City " Tlte public te ccrdlally in tiled so thi.- nieeTjn* A * >be morn Ing service Chiidretxf *lav will be obeerved with all degar*menr*i of the Bible school raking part. Mr l/ovstt. who in the erec-utlvs -tMTetary of -he le.virJie, also wBJ ••peak to Lbe Men* Bible ciass of '• he Wood ward-are Bap*:<rt at 12:15 Bunday on “The Cbns’ian Man .ind Hl* City." “A T*»sted PamKitwm" is- ’b« ser uinn topic <>f 'he Rev T. J VlUer* si the raommg service m First sßp ;st church S .ndar New members win bt A t rfos comraunKm «ervsc t following 'he st-nucm A -7 30 the choir will p*-es*DT s pne tram of special pauntc. ; arfudinr Itemaregt’s “America Triumphant ParkeFn Star Spengel Banner.' Toier’n “Bare r.iern, O Lord." vne Robinsoe’n military 'anta'iA. "Rf-m ininctneen o * s he p«y« ir Blue " Dr Vlllers will bPfak on A Modvi Soldier.” The Rev Tames D MscDcmnid ja.«for of Highland Preibwerlan i hurch, will proseh 'h' andfveT#*rt < rmon Sunday morning Reports of the general assembly wfl] be lead at *he evening service There will be «pe<;iai mu. 3 ic bv »be choir “The (faking of an American” will be the sermon ’*rpir of the Ret M l*ee Grant. p«- tor of the Fnrst s» Congrfgarioral thurfli. Sunday riigh" It will fe- s he last of i ertet* of special <srir.omi In XVestmins*e.r Pr*'gh*eyrlan <hurch the Rev William B Gantz '-111 speak ‘V’ndnv on "God Ir Abie’’ and "The Value of a Man " “Fulfilling tbe Ministry’ win be the topic T;iKe-i by 'be R*-v Join Wellington Hnag at »he nsotring • ervice in Wood ward-* ve Baptist church In »he evening he will r refich or "The fiome Oeer There” hr la*.- of » series ot ** on "TLe Home ” Th* monthly com munion servir* «IU be observed a* 'h* morning ho*jr In Weei Grand b! r d Vethodi* hurrh, shtrb sas dedicated »wo we* k» igo, th* Re* Geo: ge Guli*-n will deliver an 'Rostrated -ermon on Tht Great Battle of Amraged don ’ The V'eterar.s of Foreign Wars will attend jp uniform The M*rvjce mdlbe at 7 20 p. m. UNCLE SAM BUYS 3.450.000 PAIRS OF SHOES FOR ARMY WASHINGTON* June 2. -Ton 'raCs for .'..ivnoof- pairs of rhoe* have been let by the government thru the national defense rnnnell They will he used for th* army and navy. The army will ret 2.500 oty) pairs and ihe navy 850 nop The total value of th* shoes win b* about f 17,000,000 DEMOND MADE AGGIE CAPTAIN EAST The Michigan Aggie baseball asoaon of 1917 cloned last night with the election ofMVmond as captain for HHB. Demond is t pitcher and a mighty good one for a collegian The Aggi*-* <o**ll a 4 to 2 beating from Notre Dame Friday When two were °nt ip (be eighth, the WarTDwrs were leading, 2 to 0 ’e* ofKlhsseman Ft*at* |#t an eaafy grounder ge* awgv, i spoiling iha uurd oot. Then th* (.a'holies tallied god seoeed the#* [run* before ihey could be subdued Fair List Prices Tlie Survival ofihe Fittest ~ BLACK SAFETY TREAD TIRES A ~ /I^2\ I T"*l (VOLUTION climbs on the bones of the weak. Only THE STRONG, I g THE BEST, survive the TEST. As true of TIRES as of cave men . I* J Goodrich Black Safety Treads are the FIT fabric fires that have survived ItMmmm/ the relentless TEST of the Goodrich Test Car Heet. _, n (p* To produce 'them hundreds of tires have worn to the quick over millions of miles of the worst roads of America. Goodrich never sells you an experiment. Be it a Goodrich rubber mat, a garden hose, or a Goodrich tire, it must prove itself by wear and tear test worthy of the Goodrich name. A cruel test of tires —that test of Goodrich’s Test Car Fleets. Tested The Country Over Six corps of heavy cars, light cars, hard running cars—take Goodrich Tires and maul the:r MERIT against teeth of sand, rock, and gravel. Two sets of drivers, speeding en he Lira a day, hammer them v ifter week on the anvil of the rc. Wherever climate and roads can test and tell something about tires, a Goodrich febt Car Fleet is grinding the TRUTH out of Goodrich tires. VVhilf* the Atlantic Fleet crunches through the hill* and valleys of New York and New England, the PaciHc Fleet hammer* the granite highways of tho Wes tern coast. While the Dixie Fleet braves the tun of the South, the Lake Fleet ploughs the sand stretches of Minnesota. While the Prairie Fleet scours the road* around Kansas City, the Mountain Fleet battles the rocky trails of Yellowstone and Glacier Parks. Throughout miles of roughing it, which run into millions, over roads which cross-hatch - the map of the United States, Goodrich learns the TESTED VIRTUES of its tires. Thus it settles the durability and resilience of the UNIT MOLDED TlßE—the unbroken curinr} Goodri h has always maintained was the BEST construction for fabric tires. Thus it settles the wearing strength of Black I read, tho toughest rubber known. ALL THIS IS THE BEST IN TIRES BECAUSE IT HAS SURVIVED THE TEST. • BU-Y IT, BACKED UP BY Wfier. Ton s#. -TM. Sfpi f“"•'"TGOODRICH FAIR TREATMENT, OwirfchTin-. stocks ~! Ford Car lires ofHeroie Size IN GO odrich black safety . i GOODRICH Throe-Seventy-Five: tread tires. I H; 7 ? The B. F. Goodrich Cos. I M Nho»ll A PRICE EACH tin *»" I Silvtrtown Cora 1 ire* ' JO.JVi tlUfular Sl*e) - - - - • * lb *° | A*k Your Drain- for Than f i ■iin irr —~iorc' mt-~'m.'L*rwnLrm r ''aMrciMaxM r ~ I ornl Fxrmrß ooHn-irrl \vp.. Corner Hknenck—Phon*. DETROIT TIME* Dost it u the Lon-4 Run*\ Fa i r Tr eat merit f. A rmnAV, jrNE *. 1 S1 T .