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CZAR MAY BE LODGED IN JAIL Workman Think He’* Not Suffi ciently Guarded In Palace BY WM O. BBEPHERD ’ eta.ft Correspondent United Press faTROORAP, June Nicholas Bonifnnfr may And out from per •on*! MperteriC* the rigors of the punishment he used to mete oat »o frequently to Russian political of fender e The workmen** and soldiers' council today adopted a resolution approving the removal of the former csar of all the Russia* from hie winter palace at Tsarkoe Selo to ♦he great fortress of Peter and Paul. The delegates were con vtaced that the autocrat of other daya Is carelessly guarded under the present arrangement Peter and Paul fortress* has housed itnny a victim of Russia's *ecr<*f police of the other days Its gloom > corridors date front the very foundation of Petrograd itself The fortress la situated on an island In the Great Neva river, in the city limits HOTEL CADILLAC OFFERS LIVELY ENTERTAINMENT Beginning Monday evening, June* 4. the Hotel Cadillac in its J a pane** garden will offer one of ihe live Ticst entertainment pregnant in tl* cily for“T3e 911 miner moFi hs, Prc •anting the White Kuhn. 1 * com pan.> and other favorite entertuners. Th»* White Kuhns company have •even distinct acts that have won approval on the vaudevi’i,* «tar<\ and come to Detroit from a year s engagement divided he’w<en the Hotel Henry' In Pittsburgh and ibf Hotel Hollend»n 1n Cleveland, Sup plementing the White Kuhns wirt be "Those Three Classy Girls,” But ford, Bennett and Bufford, with Jimmy Jones at the piano, and Fred NetMeimyers’ dance orchestra. The entertalnm*nv feature? will be of fered in the main case of the hotel every evening from 6-30 to o'clock, end in the Japanese garden from 9 o’clock uat.il midnight. so open the season Monday ev«»u ing, the management will s-erre a special from 9 to 12 o’clo-k for tvbich reservations are n>* being taken. After Monday, servt<" will be ala carte In the Japaner»- room. KALTSCHMIDT S CREDITORS FILE HEAVY CLAIMS Bankruptcy proceeding* again*' the Marine City Salt company, of which Albert Kaltschmidf is the president, were started bj throe creditors. Theyvnre the Valley Camp Coal company, of Pori'yh in"., which has a claim of SI7.TJ2f: Cm Lake Erie Coal company, of N » York, $4,804.7*1. amJ Soloru.n (i P porno, assignee of the Dciroit T log laboratory, who har- a claim o:‘ only $7.60. Service of pa;-n.- in <li«' proceeding.* was made on Kali schmidt In the county jail, wh jr he la awaiting trial in federal r m» or charges of plotting again * tTu Dominion of Canada, and const ir acy to destroy the Detroit Scryv works. TRIED TO DECEIVE • COURT; PUNISHED Judge Mandell sentenced Chris Holland, better known by his alias, Paul V. DeMontlgny, to from flne to five years In the Detroit House of Correction Friday, on represen tation that Holland had deceived ■I fmnt. He was charged with Issuing a worthless check. When he was first brought before Judge Mandell, on complaint of the Highland Park State bank, be said that he never had been arrested before except as a lad In Toronto. The Rev, M. 8. Rice Interested himself in Holland’s case. Holland s record was investigated, however, •nd he was found to have served time for a $12,000 embezzlement In Toronto. He la a veteran of th» Boer war in South Africa, having served in the British army. With the Whisters j The members' ws-i.lv contest game played at the Detroit Whist club on Monday evening. May 29, resulted in the following scores: North and south F O Bate* and H F. Boehm, plus 4H; T. U. Bslkwlll 1 and F E W. Bright, plus i*; W B. Battslle and W. St Taylor. minus 1 >4 : C. C McKechnle and Harry tVyma. minus SS- Cast and west— J. E. Horan and T 8. Pratt, plus «»%; W. N. Edacn and R R. Richards, plus 2Vfc; P A Com mons and J. W. McCatisey, plus Vfc. P 8 Oermaln and J, H. Prentla. mi nus 9W The following score* were mads In the Saturday game: North and anuth—Mr* M R. B-n --nstt and F. O. n*t*a, plus 2 \fr•*. V w Stainer and W. P. Taylor, minus 1. Mrs W. B. Bat telle and C E Ba sins. minus t yi tut and West—Mrs A. R « a< > and J W McCausev, plus 1, Mr and Mrs. s A. Commons, a versa- Mrs P*. J. Meno land Mrs. c F. Niles. a\„r. M* A wedding connecting two o* Atnerk-a's wealthiest families t»ke« place In New York today, when Mi*«. Alice Ford Huntingdon, dnugh'er of Mr. and Mrs Robert P Huntington banoraea the bride of Charles H iBWf all. Mia* Huntington Is a sta ter of Mr*. Vincent Astor -shile Mr Marshall the bridegroom, la a broth •r of Mrs Marshall Held 3rd. whose ..JW*b«i*'! is-principal heir to 'he ro •'tMeai estate left bv the late Mar T*"' JACOBSEN NAMED IN INDIA PLOT /' Man Indicted In Detroit Faces More Trouble In Chicago CHICAGO, Juns Federal In dictment# were exported to be re turned today against several persons said to have been named by Alber' Wehd*. Jeweler and traveler, as in volved In a plot to foment a revtv lutton in India. Among those named by Welids were Gustav H Jacobsen, prominent Chicago pacifist. H L* Gupta, Dhi* reudra Nath Sen, Jo&h Singh and George Paul Boehm. Jacobsen, who already Is under indictment in for alleged conspiracy, wan arrested here April t It Is alleged that in Mar, 1915. be and oLbers conspired to vtolste neu frallty laws by promoting a revolt m India, and ’hat in June they sen’ Boehm and Singh to that country to further their plans. It v kS intimated In government circles *oiay that no conn action will be tatcen against the persons arrested :n connection with the ant* r* ir. ; of unti ->fter the, proposed general "round-up,” prob ably Monday. Famnei and Harry Lev It on. ar rested in the Orant Park '‘peace" tiot last Sunday, were released to day when It was proven tftey were the proverbial *'innocen' bystand ers" who got Ut the way of an over zealous policeman TO REDEDICATE THE FOREST-AYE. CHURCH SUNDAY The Kore.-d - avp. Presbyterian church rededlcates Its newly refur nished church auditorium. Sunday 10:30 a. m. For 30 years ibis church has been a neighborhood oen’er of worship and influence in the ci’y. The occasion of the special services marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of Us worn in the present ioca;!on When the church moved from the Thlrd-ave chapel it located in a cornfield of the old Cas« farm It was a *;U>neer In the northward tide of the city's grow*h. The «htirth ha? bee* nn active" factor .n all civic quest).,ns of the city, and ts Known throughuu* the state as one of the leading mission nry churChes It has had ibe singu 1; : honor of In. mg as former pas tor. the Rev. J. M. Barkley. D, P. elected moderator of the general assembly gif the church at large Dr Barkley resigned as pastor last November after serving the local church f*ir 3dyeais. and was elec*ed pastor • merit ue, The Rev. Irwin E Brad fie Id Is the t.cwly f • tcvJ pj?tor. He served the f hurcb fur two and one half years , s ass'.?;.at pastor previous to Ms n-t.-illai cti M■>y 1. Mr. Bradfield w.is ve'l known throughout college tin’<•? of the middle west states iu .11* irs nnd del ates. He Is ’he ■oungeii i- 'ttr of that denomina tion of* the uity. Y. M. C. A. WILL EXHIBIT VIEWS OF B ATTLEFIELDS Four of the greatest battlefields v- ill i- shown In pictures at the V M (’. A Sunday afternoons, with l h |l.v> fields of Arrr.ageidon'' the Rrst The Rey. George E. Gullen, of the West Grand-bled. Methodist church. will eiplain the pictures, which will he thrown on the screen at 3:3n p m This great plain in Palestine has been the scene of more decisive battles In both an cient and modem tiny»s than any other spot In the world Other pictures that trill ha shown on succeeding Sundays will be June 17, "The Battle of Tours*’: July 1, “The Battle of Gettysburg”; and July 16, 'The Battle of the Marne." UNCLE SAM BUYS 3,450,000 PAIRS OF SHOES FOR ARMY WASHINGTON. June 2.—Con tracts for 3,460,000 pairs of shoes have been let by the government thru the national defense council They will be used for the army and navy. The army will get 2,600.000 pairs and the navy 850.000. The total value of the shoes will be about 117.000 000. DEMONO MADE AGGIE CAPTAIN EAST LANSING, Mich . June 2 The Michigan Aggie baseball season of 1917 closed last night with the election of Demond as captain for 1918 Demond la a pitcher and a mighty good one for a collegian The Aggies «ook a 4 to 2 beating from Notre T>nme Friday When two were out in the the Farmers were leading. 2 to 0. Second base naan Pratt let an easy grounder get away, spoiling the third out. Then the Catholics tallied and scored three runs before they could be subdued. ROBBERS TAKE GROCER’S CASH Steve Vargo, proprietor of a gro cery Store at No 378 West End ave.. was held up and robbed In his More IMe Friday night, bv two men. One of the men held a revolver at largo’s head. w-hl|e the other robbed the register of S3O and then took Cargo's watch They made their ear-ape in an automobile The pw lice were unable to secure a script ion of »he men. 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Wherever climate and roads can test and tell something about tires, a Goodrich Test Car Fleet is grinding the TRUTH out of Goodrich tires. While the Atlantic Fleet crunches through the hills and valleys of New York and New England, the Pacific Fleet hammers the granite highways of the Western coast. While the Dixie Fleet brave, the tun of the South, the Lake Fleet plough, the sand stretches of Minnesota. While the Prairie Fleet scours the roads 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 ' .he 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 curing Goodrich has always maintained was the BEST construction for J<ibr;e. tires. Thus it settles the wearing strength of Black Tread, the toughest rubber known. 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