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Senate Decides Fate Os Booze Today
We’re at War Time is precious in wartime. The compact Times saves xour time. No wasteful wordiness. Nothing hut worth while news. SK\ KNli;i: NT M W: AB . NO. “t 1! . GERMANS IN DIRE STRAITS FROM LACK OF WAR METALS WET-DRY BATTLE IN U.S. SENATE NEARING CLOSE; VOTE EXPECTED TODAY Doom of Whisky Is Sealed: Beer and Wine To Escape MAY BE PI T IT TO PRESIDENT Likely, However, That Mild Drinks W ill Be Uncurbed BY ROBERT J BESDER • t'taf! nt l rnt> T ■ * WASHINGTON July * I : f moils trial of boo/* . 1 • it and In the United Sta»*- ••n 1 in* an end. After Mt* • wn , ot wordy baftlt*, the « ♦ Rfl tO th* Jttr' I** * to!'.' \ Vi dirt may tome b* :'«*•* ' v • There 1* no on m *n M fate of spirit Th ■■ v " b* thr death penalty R*•• r nd w ■ are expected to Mirviu I’ 1 • Htr chamber \v I rr • I *• • v hoar the final p* ••• * * • t ' 2 p in. Cnd* r id- < t* l> *’ •' ! down latr y*»» r l,- tl* t* • 1 • limited to to nuii'M* I v tor on th< -*« t** ■ n » 11 tinder which <1! 1 . mrcs art ni v tlon tin ihr difiT* 11 nt <i’; w ill hr voted on dictions writ t To prohibit in ati ’ i ’ ,i •• t ' and Irav# fhr f ' •’ 1■ • ' " w to tht prrsid*i■ wft -1 llran drv v« 1! Iliajorltv i iir To prohibit ,t' 1 ') t* * t h ' t and wines *1 ■>' - • * ra* * 1 w ill hr cast f,i v • > n v ith a majority * air, t t To prohibit p'rit and not i frrr W Ith b< < t ■!' 1 V w hrltninc \* * • • With tho«r qi|i ■: t i 1 " -•!• '. Ihr ponat t » \, • w hnlr food in* i I Tl* -day or Th u -tin BAR (TGARFTTKS IN NAVAI, ( AMP CHICAGO. Julv - The and his n*. tr« - ■ ,i Is an ofTV' tl * and • • ’ rfft rs fcml; i v ;i t 11 • <i.i naval traintm- *;. ■ i<• r training ruler Prlntln*—ltif plnln urn* l nil t * la rl*ht —Tlitifu Jolt I* |i*. — 'lain I'..'** East St. Louis Building b ircti in Negro Riots fy • *• •s•■ r ■■■Hr. '•••• j *yiH i I --| I**^ 1H ** i ■■ -*?' r"' < 4 • • ».— *■ .• Cl -»>«■►•'■*-*■ _~~~~ '■ " >►«—* • *.—• <-t . ajf.. ; m \ • •■«■ «-. . v .., * i •*. • i .i.. ■ » .i.i —"■»n^3SSwWH»— f. *■ * +**■'>' ' « | <• «* • '-S*w -. . -nnw* ' « * „r< t*» * , wii-rf ••■. „ ... »„ THE WEATHER llrlrnli and «lrlnlt*l I rliliit nluht iin.rlllril, |>r»hMK|, «h"itrri*i '»Mlnr •lii> i* till. t l»uil\ i <mifliiit.it na(mi inodr * ni.- ,niilhrn«l lit »*uith ivlnd,. I inirf V) Oli Ik t< i«: *tb,wrr« I rldit y nlllhl i "nfiirila, imrlli iloiitl'. CAPTURE OF SLAVER IS IMMINENT Suspect Surrounded In Woods Near Bir mingham \RMEI) FORC E KEEPS VIGIL Funeral of Alexander Girl W ill Be Held Saturday Far.'v « :»f *•»:r* of tto pt rvi-l't aho •ill and Hojm it *!<• Alexander n<\-ir il"' ’ * 1 Wt da» *da> ,itt.-r noon ' • -k t. *| u sh< rtff n 11 »’ Gi ,, i'. oj Oakland Count, v. Friday it* i uni V po • toad*- op of d*p v >1 1 • r rft farmers. scores of I *rd .Motor company employe**. 50 • i tiior* *oidi* ’ frt ni Ho Sixth I’. S Ell i.M-r.** IP *ni* rorp- . sta •t" and it the i.i r ground-, and many • i/* -* 11 mi Hoy a I o * It, H i rin in c mi .nr I •-urto indim: territory ro t’ ''tl tin* *oreh .it daybreak. l A»-> road in *h* * it' i m p u t of 1 *■'K it and county i' |\ r u irdod. Ml Thursday ni*.*ht im arun and "ia •* k< i * \tr ! around the < dj;* of fartn* ntrr v , , ( | , d> p > thu ~ t • a t of Pitmunhiim where a ,«oi> .:>*<! v» ■■• I•• I-■I -■ v« •I to !i> ( one* a|* and •» !■ i • S il* r .( rilin' living at \n 1 * 'nl and M p • ,v <• rr ■* ' j ! tbit v ii ** n a •1* r rut* f’.'tn tl * barn into the wood aat ti* umi H<- left a nr.iy rap on tin wood pili Th* cap. In a •itiir -l Ain, answer l * fhr desrrtp n nun b Eli 7 ibi th Stilbrr, 10 DETROIT TIMEJ i * m T “"vm i (-rs az OLD AND NEW GLOm “For Liberty, Humanity ami Justice we are coming—l (>,000,000 of us." o ivripht. I'anaiia. by the Public I.edßrr Pomp*n> ». it'nit»-.| smu < < [\ri»;!it I*l7, j.y tbr |»ut>li*- I.* fitter «'ompunv > All i iklU* r**-*r\* * v 'trs (ild, playmate of Irene Alex •<nder. who was shot in the neck jnd shoulder by Irenes slayer. Par menfer wuods are so dense that th* m,m mold • astlv have hidden him self. Fear and indignation among resi dents bora mo intensified Thursday, when two girls escaped a man who accostrd thorn noar Silvan pardons, which I** not far from the plarr whor« tho Alexander girl mot death Dno man has boon arrested on uspirlon. tho thoro is no ovidonro < onnortinc him w ith tho killing. Fearing that violence might bo ■ any prisoner arrested in con ction with tho ohm 1 , if ho were '<od up in Oakland county, Shor ' Green sent tho prisoner to l>*- n*it police headquarters \ man giving hi- name as John »im kv. 21 yoars old. No. 171 i-hincton avo , was arrested nt o fair grounds by a I>etroit mo irrwlo policeman Thursday night. ' i- an employe of the Michigan ■lophono company, and i* said to n-wor the description of the slayer t a general way runeral sor.vico for Irene Aloxan !er will be held Saturday afternoon in the family homo. Woodward avo •id Nine M lie rd Members of the Uuo Hell camp of the Camp FI re iris will serve as pallbearers eni was to ha\e joined the cj»mp ‘hnrsda> nicht The St liber eirl is -till under the ’tendance of lM W ('. (lass. She in no serious danger WOM AN SWINDLER GETS LONG TERM HKRI.IN. (via Londonl, July The hotorious Mrs Kupfer, whoso •v, Indilng and "confidence games” ' i |i' -aid to ha\e netted her 111II ' ion s. was t oda v sen I .need To fwo ami a half year*' imprisonment. 111-. I HOI r I IK Its IT V, » f**i ur*« in th** C’olie*-iim «»f 2* Am ii - omen t s. on the Hoard Walk, vet \ n<tht Coder < over • »ne cnee id -mu to nil tu«t for Fun. Adv. BUTTERAND EGG MEN IN CAPITAL Plan To Discuss Protection and Prices With Sec’y Houston CHICAGO, July ♦'•. Fteprestu' a lives of the Chicago Mutter and l.i - board were enroute for Washington today, whore tho> will eotaf* Secretary Houston tomorrow on cerning stimulation of ptodu> ion aand control of prh • •««. Th* y v - t recommend lo the -* rretary that th. department of agticulture star' campaign to stop the sale of your poultry, until the farms, deplet'd by recent heavy sales, hav« replenished. The dealers, who are makin • c ■ tripat Houston's request. Inelmb o l> Gilman, Harold I. Hiow n and Charles n. Ford lint:# I dealers from New York, I‘hlladel pbla and iloston will nl i attend tt • «onference. TWO ALLFXTEI) SLACKERS HELD Because he had a registration e>rd w ithout a n<’ o on it, Mnkedon Shewtzon. 27 \ears old. No rtS I W. lis a vc. east, wa*- locked up in ’h* Chene st station late Thursda> *• a charge of violating the con-crip tlon law Sh'Wtron cannot speak Kngllsh, hut he explained to the pi> lice thru an interpreter that lie had registered in a booth on Rivard “I . and the card in his possession was th*- on* he received at the r«’givtra tmn hoot h Gentry Trnkinc 21 years old. No. 2.M> Brush st.. was arrested Thur day evening on a charge of viulat ing the conscription law. I’flsllsii—tllf elsln nr at klnit—th«l I* riskt—Tim»•« loh l»rpt.— U»ln FRIDAY, JI I.Y «. 1017. CANADIAN HOUSE VUTESFUR DRAFT Hill Parses Its Second Reading With Majority of 63 OTTAWA. On', Jul> The con -cription hill pa.--ed it- -econd r*‘ad ing in the house earl> today with a majority of CGI. The Laurier r« fer ndum amendment was d< f*at**d h> | ;i<) to t;2. ROYS IF CRT IN A STOLEN CAR Two Miuni; men ■\> , < -< riousl> in aired early Friday morning, when a uolen automobile in whi<h they 1 were tiding tan into a 1-t ret exca vatjon at Fish*” anil tiiatiotav* Nnthony l/ankojtu- L't v*ars old. No. 10J Mai k a\< Os iiji 1 of tli*- ear. soaped tin>r* ut*»d and has he. n 'iked up :n p.i!:<> ti* -denattefs on i eha'ge of unliwtiili' and \*ng away h*’ ear. Hit two oon.p in ons, John M«ggie, If* year- old. No S', ! Vuhin ave , an«l William Mar ng, 2’t tears old, No. f*f* ! Sh**ri*ian ave., ate tt receiving ho-p Hal '1 « '.n 4 *uf sered a fractured -kull and trio p;> injuries. Meggji lias aim- u- t nf 'he brain. ’I he police say the thr«e stole the ! automobile from Third » and .!• ' • ferson ave . where It had been park ed by I*. Vecellus. ,N<> IL’.S lroquoi | ave. . . ■ 4^—SfcirH* 1 * •* f ■ li»«il I cold. si'xrkLnic u -it< r Mu I’wrn W nirr I'lllrr - \ -t . :!• :: V • T | i. e Po\ l.rinas v i<u nn tirtl** It- -I -up idy at hII times <’«ll Cherry 'CUT Adv. I’rlntln*- fhr plain nml kind—lknt Is rlakt—Times Joh Dept.— Wsln (*>3n STEEL USED INSTEAD OF BRASS IN SDELL COSES; AUTO TIRES MADE FROM WOOD; MOTORS STRIPPED OF COPPER DRAFTING MAY BEGIN SATURDAY Local Boards Are Ur£- ed To Finish W ork By That Time U. S. THEN READY TO SELECT MEN By WEBB C MU I.ER. Ft off Correspondent I niled Ties* WASHINGTON. July fi The draft lottery will he* staved in the capifol on the day following cotn pletion of nrgani/ation ot the local exemption boards. The miniitf the local hoards are completed and have numbered ntorr than ivr.on.ooo registration cards. w«* will be ready for the draft, accord ing to the official annotinceYneni of Provoat Marshal (bniral Crowder's oflVe todav General Crowder has insisted that thr hoards finish their labors before Saturday. He emphasized that “every day lost now means a day lost m or ganizatton ot the anniejj of the L’nifed States '* In a message to every hoard, Gen era! Crowder declared I* is an itn pera'ive naiional necessity that th* serially numbered (Opies of the cards be in the hands of the states adjutant general and another copy be mailed to Washington before Sat urday. “The first test of the efficiency of the great national war organization on which you art* an important member comes now," the messages read. "This is the most important element in the conduct of a war It is plain to set how gnat is th** nation s dependence on each partic ular man in whom th* president has expressed his confidence by appoint tnent to a local board ’ Soldiers Guarding Negro Quarters in East St. Louis Riots •——•v • ■** • ■■ m(- ' -tv v-- • •'■*■ CHICAGO MAN NEW SECRETARY OF CONTINENTAL W R. Ang’ell. of Chicago, has been elected secretary of the Conti nental Motor company. He sue < ** ds A. 11. Zimmerman, who was -formerly noth secretary and treas urer and who remains as treasurer. Mr. Angc’il Is a corpoation lawyer anil has been a stockholder in the company for a long time. TEUTON SLAIN TOTAL 1,500,000 Sixty-three Thousand Taken Prisoner In Franco- British Drive PARIS, duly »v ICstimates by French general headquarters place 'h* number of Germans killed in the war at 1,7(00,000 Prom April 15 to .luti* 750. th** Franco British troops on the western front captured 63,222 prisoners. r.Ofi guns, 603 trench mor ’an* and I,2iS machine guns. MEXICO NEARS BERLIN BREAK fide of Pro-Ally Sentiment Grows Daily Stronger In Republic KG PASO. July 6 Pro-Ally srnti •i«*nt is reported bv observers here •o be making great progress in orthern Mexrco and formal declara tion of hostilities by the Carranza overnmen l in th*- near future \nuld surprise no *>no familiar with onditions south of the Rio Grand* Miho Gentian propagandists have a* **n extremely active they appar •itlv have overplayed Muir game n Mexico as in the Fnlted Sta'* •and a .-'long tid* of r*aetiiui ha ‘pt in. Some men simply can't he ciMl >l* w*,iring a corporation uni- o o m I N I) EIKO 1T : ON J CENT. Commanders Ordered To Save All Shells Possible BOYS OF 17 ARE CALLED TO ARMY Biff Percentage of In fantry Made Up of Lads Hv WILLIAM PHILLIP SIMMS Staff Con r.vpontie.' t I * it*J WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES IN THE FIELD, July 6.- Sortie of the countless makeshifts with which Germany is tiding over her dearth of war metal* and war power were revealed at headquarters today. First of all? prisoners say there Is a fierce demand from the Ger man fighters for more sums and that orders have been Riven by Ger man commanders for a curtailment in their expenditure of shells wher ever possible The captured cartridge shell cases are of steel now Lack of brass and copper has made the enemy try this metal for ammunition cases for field guns and howitzer*. Steel cartridges are also heinc Issued to soldiers now At tempts have been made to make these steel rases available for use in machine guns, but up to the present they persist in a tendency to burst and jam the guns. raptured automobiles front the German lines show' constrttefion al most without brass or copper. Mo tor lorries show fabric and wooden tires instead of rubber. 'Estimates from prisoners give about 1." prr cent of the present German fighting Infantry made up of men 21 and 22 years old Front 12 to 15 per cent are men averag ing 20 leads’ of are now being brought to the front in large num bers and abou' fiie or 10 pet- rent of the fighting infantry is mad" up of these youngsters German prts oners say home depots are now fill ing 'ip with 1R year old you h- and run hnv« of 17 are undergoing rr animation preparatory to ennscrip tlon. \\ Ul Oil St. I nls nml nrftirn M. fintnrdnv, Jutv 7, IM7. Chair cars. - Alv.