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Bom prohibition. ayen on condition K»t tb« present is given power to thdr production when he think -. K | feece**arv Mg «*!/ the power l» not placed boot** Kfefeer* to atop manufacture of be« t HE| wine we will have to resume ILf poaltlon In support of a bone- K amendment,’* these dry* relter- HEpt. **Whatever restraint upon the fe eon version of foodstuffs Into bever shall be necessary, the presl- Ij+nt will be best able to Judge and a with the aid of hla selected stafT. he know when and In wbat way f-to enforce these limitations." said [' Senator I*swis. Illinois K xhe president Is saM on reliable BJiathorliy to consider that the stop- F-page of the manufacture of beer at | this time la highly undesirable, he ll; cause, in his opinion. It conflicts With personal liberty and because ' of Its effect on war rerenues. a t Jarge part of which are to be raised t by liquor taxation. 3 The president also considers the effect of throwing a considerable number of men out of employment , and the financial and economic i adjustment which would be Inerlt [• able. The chief consideration ln- I financing this stand against prohibi tion legislation at thla time was | found in the 'delay which a flnlah ? wet-dry fight would Impose on the jt- passage of the food control measure. The president last night ad • dressed a letter to the Rev. Dr s'James Cannon. Jr., chairman of the f legislative committee of the Anti* '* Saloon league of America which f had much to do with the coropro wise on. the part of dry leaders. » The president's letter follow* 1 liy Dear Mr. Cannon: f am very glad to respond u- tne r request of Senator Martin, the fiemo- E era tic floor leader In the senate, that I t give to your legislative committee pan expresaion of n>-> opinion w ith 7 regard to the wisest and most pa- B trlotic policy to tie pursued towards v the food administration legislation ' How* pending in the > -mgres* I regard the Immediate passage of ” the MU a* of vital consequence to v the safety and defense of the nation Time la of the essence; and vet t ; ha* become evident that heated and protracted debate will delay the pas sage of the hill Indefinitely If the , provisions affecting the manufacture of beer and wine* are retained and Insisted upon In these nrrumstaf res ? have not hesitated to say Vo members of the senate who have been hind enough to consult me that it undoubtedly would be in the public Interest in this very critical matter if the friends of those provisions should consent to their •limtnation ' from the present measure. Feeling that your committee Is actuated by the same patriotic mo fives which Inspire me. I am con fident the-e considerations will seem to you, as they seem to me, impera tive. XTlth much respect. Sincerely yours. WOODROW WILSny. U-BOATS SINK 4 LARGE SHIPS Food Carriers Torpedo Vic tims; Crews* Fate Unknown IBOSTOM. June 80. —The torpedo-, tag and sinking of four large Hfttlsh cargo carrying steamers was afenounced In advices to local in ■prance offices today. gteamera were the Ultonia, of the Canard line, 8.898 tons; Hav ejffbrd of the American line, 7,493 tqpu; Buffalo, Wilson liner, 2.583 tans, and the Manistee, another Cfenard vessel. No details of the ldises were given snd no mention was made of the fate of the crews. ‘Vhe TTttonla and Manistee. It was s«ld. were bound with cargoes of gfialn snd other food from New York fOr English ports snd the Buffalo returning from Hull for New liprk The Haverford has been en gaged In the Philadelphls-IJTerpool sffrvlce, but there was no Informa tC6n to show where she wss bound when torpedoed. esl Drowned Man Identified. ..The body of the workman who wfen drowned early Friday, when he fail into the Detroit river from the City of Toledo at the foot of Grie • wjpld-st.. was recovered Friday aft ernoon. In the mbrgue, a fellow vforkman identified the man as Stanley Boroskl. 23 years old. of To ledo. Coroner Parker has ordered ah inquest. Chestnut Charlie. uTTit ne p&otxxe’ ycv A*e ", ~ tw | 7 ‘6mC ;< iTT.Vifr o t> fcTmv Twcwawte; <M, V-.' mny li ttL fQ t3&JSS/& * p 7 4 »■>* Ak-nr owaar;' l-as laß> sgr ■-*4 Freckles and His Friends. « a ( twckik. ir you *w*t to w / etc, i kemecl k r _\J( Put Yova N sary 7 eair iou?"wut pa mi4wt \ C I TTnOTn^rTV Jr am>m<wie | M, J ' " wCSim' ' " KLUE>* “* CEfcU ? ~ OLOSMOatIt LANSI/HG- RE&cS—r -* r Irfs ««-«. ISTUiSi sfll'LY + IVWW »M) (M.Ol****) BUS« '■>4* fAWt *w „ *_• -r tJ‘l iffi ,<P BUM .j> " ™' ' The Doinirs of the Duffs* —By Allman* rzz —r—Cl f— , —7 ca«~ U22V oer r* 5E jW l awsucj— g|\ | . * * * ■- - -'j ■ft -• > ' f ') « /</ - ' \\4l w •W" BIG SEWER WORK NOW UNDER WAY First Unit of New Sys tem Will Cost About $8,500,000 WILL STIMULATE HOME BUILDING 31 Miles of Trunk Lines Included In Flans The first unit of Detroit’s new sewer system Is In course of con struction. This portion of the $lB,- 000,000 sewer plan, which the city engineer, Clarence W Hubbell. has outlined, will cost approximately SB.- 500,000, fehich amount has already been appropriated. Realizing that the completion of these additional sowers will stimu late home building In Detroit more than any other one fartor. Mr Hub bell has a large force of engineers and draftsmen at work finishing the technical details of the difficult work and shortly It is expected thst con tracts will be let for practically all of the 1917 portion of the program. At the present time approximately six miles of medium and large sewer lines are under contract and being installedr It Is expected that two years of work will be required to complete the first unit under the present ap proprlation This is deslrned to adequately meet the needs of De troit at the present time Most of -'an in the present year on the Ijv* ernois rd. line, to he and one half miles in length. Joy-rd , Dexter-blvd. and laNF* oo ** ave. extensions are consider*# most important of all the proposed lines and early work will center on this section Misc* llaneous lateral lines are being constructed in this terri tory to connect with existing trunk lines and those expected to be in soon. Advertisements will soon be out for trunk lines to he constructed on Lynch-rd from Connor’s creek to Mt Klliott-rd., a two-mile strip Engineers are now boring In this district- as a preliminary to digging the trenches The board of health has asked that special attention be riven this part of the work, so urgent is the need created by a dense population The great high lines to be con structed alone the Six and Seven- Mile rds will he started this year along the lower ends These two lines alone segregate a lenrth of 13 mtles while the sewers Will be from 12 to 13 feet In diameter All of the large trunk lines will eventually compose what Mr Hub bell term* "interceptors" which con DETROIT TIMES , ~.,.• .4. tut i»a”t »mi buggy w*r* i>r>th wrn-k*4 F»rm#r« thruout the county *r« Jubilant or#r th* outlook and they *tat# tha* th- ftr.t harvest wi he made for Fourth of July din ner* Mr*. P I- Crlppen !» confined to h*r h> m* with tl!n*a*. Mr* I .T Reilly la on tha atrk l«*t. William aa»!at«nt engi r a»r ■• •• Pity watar w rka left w*rday *v*nlrf for Parker*h\irg tv Va r« rr*rrv M • ■ R*rni4la* Peyton, a t»-aoh«r In t w as ••Iti Tti*a dav avanln* Mr and Mr* Sherman will ha at hrir* •» >fo, «oa «outh tVa*hlnrton-*t.. Vpallant' Olan Panka nirh*"! Maal rdwln Van Rlp»r Kltor Mill*- T>a*n s.ward Hornar Dion Ora»n '"'art Mil lar. Clayton Alban and Ravmond Ati- K'latna hava all aor.pt.d p-.«|t|nn« at th.a Honvar Ta'.l mrrpany a plant In Ann Arbor Principal *t<nlay Moral. o f tha rltv MirV irhoo] i. tmeh ri hiatory In th* Normal aummar aehonf Miaa I-ol* who und*rw*nt a aarloua aplnal op.ratlon In Ann Ar bor I* n*arlv raoovarad and will ha abja TO raturn thl» waak so h»r homa In thia city M-« Twl• Trlar and children a-» «-.»k-and **laitor* n Pair-** Mr and Nfr* A'tan L»»!* of 0%-|d ar» ri*»t« of o'arlton T.awla Carl tha vount aon of Nfr and Mr* Chrl* Ifornharear, will bo taken to Ann Arbor to undar«o an rpara tlon Prof ird Mr* Willard A o»'rn*n. of Rav Cltv a*• w»*k-and float* of Mr. Hannah ("Jarman M ’a. OitTar la on tha •ik Mat. Prlntlnar — the plain n*«t kind—that la rlskt—Tima# Job ll#*t tl.ln 4'20. Prinflnr-—t*a plain naat kind—that I# H«M—Tima, .lot* I»-r * —Mata 4.' V'> HOSPITAL unit OFF FOR EAST Harper Section, Under Lieut.-Col. McLean, Leaves Today SAIL FOR FRANCE WITHOUT DELAY Detroit College of Med icine Unit May Follow Soon Harper hospital base hospital unit. No 17, sill be on its way to France before the church bells toll Sunday mormnr Every man connected with the unit will he on the special trains that will rush them to the At lantic coast, including medical staff as we’l * s enlisted men and nurses. Orders were received to thfs ef fect on Friday, and Saturday morn- , ing at 9 o'clock the entire person -1 nel of the unit lined up on the lawn of the bo»rd of health. Ouatavu* T> Pope afid <*harlaa C. Drake I>r Mcldtkn »nd I»r. Vaughan have at readr left their reaijnatton* In tiie hand* of the mayor to be accepted when they leave fhi* country. WANTED MAN IS CORRALED AFTER LIVELY CHASE Henrv Howard Negro, 24 year* o’d. No 5*4 Beaublen at. vlalted po- I>e Friday afternoon to report that hi* wife had been mlMlnt anveral week* and wa* recognized >y Detective Smith a* a man wanted on a charge of larceny and w\a detained While being reglatered Howard walk<*«i calmly out of the atatlon then bolted up Llbrary-ave to Monn>e, to Farmer-at and Into an alley. pur*ued br detective* and citizen* Howard da*hed into the Elmer atore, where he wa* corner ed. In the excitement neveral girl cl epk * fainted. He w-a* taken to headquar ter* handcuffed. Several minute* later he was removed to a c#u with one eye closed, hi* face badly L-rulsed and hi* clothe* up. Send This Telegram to Washington And Give the Wets Another Wallop! \*tzl irp] WESTEBMv UNION ffiaFl fMPHiia —^Ligg—— JKgjj ■ TELO3RAM IMM NIWCOMt CARLTON. HWCW —»* .«omi w ■ ATKINS yiil MISiMNT ■■LVIDSSB >KI MlfiDO' LSBJBE9J9LaSEJ KCQVED AT Detroit, June 29, 1917 Hon. Charles E. Townsend, U. S. Senate Offioe, Washington, D. C. < Michigan, bone dry by seventy thousand, is * everlastingly for House food bill with prohibition olause.* To foil food oonspirators; to frustrate filching of the health and morals of the nation; to save our soldiers; to conserve our grain; to insure sober democracy, give your heart and hand to this measure. fSO ward*' - .. ■■—■ - ■— ■■ ■ THE SIGNAL VICTORY for food and man power conservation In the House may be forfeited In the Senate unless the advocate* of wartime prohibition make their influence felt In Washington at once All the frenried and specious tactics which arouaod the resentment of hom-st then In the campaifn In Michigan last fall are now being employed at the national capital to save the day for boot*. , ‘ of re>.nu* for the government, los* of Jobe for the bocx* brigade: Interference with the sacred , ht f nn( j wine-hibbers to make a public menace and national nuisance of themselves- -thee* make up h aor.eale no* being heard In the Henate and tn double page advertisements In the Washington paper*, for \he people of the United States to sell their patriotic birthright for a me** of pottage. 1 it * old stuff a* false u It la familiar 1 If beer and wine are retained, the saloon Is retained. That means that the Intensive training camp of alcoholism Is retained. That means the facilities for the illicit selling of whisky are retain.nl Must e\ ervthing else be aacrlfled. and the saloon be honored with exemption? ff the people of Michigan hope to avert such a sad spectacle of political cowardice and economic traveety ** this they must keep the ulroa to Washington hot today. Senator Ilham Aiden Smith will support the Hou*e measure The Times is not so sure of Senator Charles E Townsend To make it sure cut out the shove Hay Lwuer. sign your name and rush It to the nearest Western Union office TODAY. « TOMORROW may he too late. BIG CHICAGO BANK FAILS I Graham & Sons. One of Oldest In City, Closes Its Doors CHIt AGO. June 3u.- Graham A Son*' t.nk. oldes’ and largest prl- V«re bank In the city, was in the hand." of the fedfra! authorities to day The Chicago Title k Trust <nmpnn\ was appointed receiver late yesterday af*er s he bank a offi icial* had voluntarily closed its door* This action by Federal Judge Car penter anticipated voluntary pro (•►ejlngs In circuit court. S ate'* Attcrnev Hcyne also had a force ut officer* at the hank They chopped down the back door with axes late yesterday, * hen officials refused them admit'ance. At Jhe time police reserve* were pre serving order among hundred* of depysiiora crowded about the Insti tution. The bank la understood to have over M.i»Q,OOO In deposit* divided between 27.000 depositor* Its as set* are estimat'd a' $'j.00",000 ajui liabilities fr>.7.'0.000 THUGS WORK IN PAIRS; GET SSOO Highwaymen, working In pairs, '•collected" *WO on Detroit street* Friday night. George Thoennea, No 393 Harper ave.. waa robbed In front of his home by two armed highwayman, who took hla watch, valued at 120, and a purse contain ing *SO Ambro* lottos. No 342 Howard at., was held up and robbad by two armed men at Twelfth and Howard *t* He lost a 125 watch and a purae containing SIOO Charles Powell. No. 30* Winder at., handed over a purse containing s3o* to a pair of thugs in front of No 531 Bt. Antoine at Robert Carlyn. No. 147 M*dbury *v., reported that ha «u the vie tim of highwaymen on Harparave. —By Blosser. —By Blosser. 9ATCRDAY, JUNE 30, 19t 7. . NEW BOOKS IN PUBLIC LIBRARY, N*aw R»vrk* r.'.lv.rt In the p-blle llbrarv *re "B»*mmerlrix an*! Fu'- eessful fentrel In f»t‘**ch and A**tlnn." E TANARUS, Ash "Tmmiicrant and the < »n --munlty." 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'Municipal Ownership." c* p Th- mpsen "To the War ‘ Vlkentll Veresaev "Call of the Republic." J C. Wise. XV It It the lammer imalsh «*f rtrenlt eoiirf KtarttoK on Monday, when the law division will he o|o*i-d there has been a ru«h of attorney* the past fey dr.;. « t' have ease, set for a trial that .h*v mav n * he compelled to wait until fall to trv them On» two *u('« In *h» law d'tlslon will continue r*c neew All ether Jurors l>ut n»ed-d tn 'h»oe r#>»i will h« .lit missed Two chancery Judge* win sit during *he summer. Prlntlna — the plain neat kind— that la rlaht— T'hi*« Job ll.pt, 'tain tV-n jWfIRK l§fi mm HHH! 0 Rapturous Joy 5p^ k F^ J ' See that eager happy look, that 3«lJ*Ti Jvlj 1 chahhy flat clutching the spoon, \/araillM \ that sturdy little arm defiantly V AlXLlitt y, hugging the precious Cream. daring any living thing to tepfr> VJTaTIgC ICV m * him ,rom Banana Sp««U •f Ton can almost feel a thrill of Patriotic Brick joy when the first cool sweat for spoonful touches his tongue. Wednesday Jaly 4 Hie satisfied eager smile will f greet you everywhere that KCO •i Detroit’s New White and ’ “Dessert Delight” Blue ia told. The happy little *«igge«tion he offers is Special French brAK«r/<*AacaM»eH*rOa’« . j * Vanilla C Chocolate Cream Roman Punch Demand it of your dealer. Ho can gat ii far yam an an hoar's mo tic a. CONSPIRAn’ I TRIALS WILL BEGIN JULY 17 Albert Karl Kaltachmldt and 11 cm hers accused with him of plotting tn blow up factories and bridge* la this country and Canada, will get their trials tn she United States court beginning July 17, according to District Attorney John E Kin nan# They were indicted in tha March term. Thore are nine labor er* and mschafilcs accused of par ticipation in the plots as well as Kaltschroldt s aiater. Mr*. Ida Neef. and h*r husband. Frit* Neef, who manager of th* Detroit branch of tha Plseman Magneto company. The Neef* were married Juat before their Indictment. n r Norton Gate New Job William W. Norton, assistant »*c retavy of the Builder* A Trader** exchange, has been elected secretary of the exchange, effective July L Mr Norton ha* been associated with the Detroit exchange as aaalatant Monetary for several year* and pre vious to that time was publicity sec retscy of the Detroit Board of Com merce. What Worried Him. Officer Was it a very valuable car' Jones- Oh. the car wasn’t worth much, but the tank was half full of gasoline.