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Sufficient Is Too Much All the worth-while news of this war weary world can be told in eijjht papes if those w ho are editing it for you work hard enough. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. NO. 237 . SHOOT ALL PRO-GERiANS AND TRAITORS, IS RUSS ORDER SUMER IN STREETS CONTINUES; ONE KILLED MINT HURT, LATEST TOLL Killing and Maiming Carnival Is Not Abated a Whit CHILDREN ARE CHIEF VICTIMS Victim of Fatal Mishap Was Philip Camp bell, of Flint On** man was killed and ntanv people hurt Monday afternoon and * vrnlng b> automobile*, the major ity ot the victims being children Philip Campbell, ag*-d 50, No. H 23 Newell st., Flint, Mich, whs crushed to dctfh by h motor truck as he at tempted to avoid a Kort-sf car in t'adlllar sq. Monday night The driv er of the truck, Frank Calptn, 3" year* old. No. 295 Fifth st , is held by the police An auto driven by Clarence Bon vier. No. 755 Mllitary-ave , ran dots i two children on n tric/clc at Law ton ave and McDonald pi , .■•‘rlourly injuring one and ladly bruising ih<* other Albert Fall*, ac***l five, \<> 26K Uwtnnivr , tv as taken to Pro iflence hospital, and Walt* i We*< low.ski, four yeir* old. was take to his home. No. 3 McDonald pi liotivler 1* held in the Ornnd Rivet station hv order of Assistant Prose cutor Robert K S; e»-. t O leary, :vg*;«l three, vva • struck in front of h* r home. No ■»**. Ragg st . when William Gutt«*m. No. 105 Pirst st , trying to avoid hitting her with hi* car, was struck by i street car and thrown up over th>' curb against the child. The girl was not injured seriously, and her wound* were dressed in her home. Guttem escaped injury F.nima (Juertln, three tfun old, was struck by a machine driven by Fred I Heldman. who Rives his ad dress at No 265 Paul*- |>k , on Wirt* der-st., near Woodward. an I injured quite seriously She wns taken home in a police auto Battle pk. is no’ listed in the city dlrectorv Dorothy Miller, aped *l*. No. 242 Roosevelt-ave., was taken to Receiv ing hospital suffering from injuries sustained when a tunchlne driven by Fred Kessler. No 112 k McKinley ave , struck her on Myrtle st.. nesr Roosevelt ave Her condition is not serious Anthony W Summers, aged 6ft. No. 719 Wood* ard-nve . while riding In sn express wag-on, was struck anti seriously Injured by a machine drlv «-n by John Katz, No. 106 Hanley ave Summers was taken to Receiv ing ho; pit*! The accident occurred at Garfield ave, and John R -st Mary J Porter, aped 77, No 2<*7 Fuclld ave west., w.i* knocked down and Injured about the body when a machine driven by Mrs H l<eef, Striking Photo of Ship Fired By Submarine in Mid-Ocean wv * fcu -? « n■— TUN »»• taken In mM-nrran aflfr a l.ffman mknmrUf hint (lr»H ihr .hip nhlr* |« .hnnn In «»»»• amt alnklna. Tfcf rewaar. far nm» renaen. kna oaf permitted fhf nine nt Ihf veaael la ha mm a knitnn, Wlff aka **aa (arpeftaeg aka »l< aal affre and tkea (ha anknaarlna sail'd off for aan victims. No 355 Fcrndaleare. struck her at Ferry and Fourth ave* L L. Jordan, aged 30. No. 51S Goodwin ave. was hit by a machine at Columbia and Reaubl* n-st3., Mon dny night. The lunchtno'wua driven by Arthur Lucas, No. 41 Sprout st Jordan wa* taken home Peter ltrellc. aged 22. No 7.51 Tillnmn-ave , taken *o Receiv ing hospital, Monday night, suffer ing fioui injuries sustained wh>u h* was at ruck by n machine drlveu by Joseph Leonard. No .*1 Twelfth st , at Woodward and Jefferson-aves His condition as not serious KLOKA DUE IN COURT TUESDAY Expected To Appear During the Morning For Examination With positive assurance from his lawyers that Anthonv J Kloka would appear In eourt Tuesday morning. Police Justb ♦' Heston and Prosecu tor Jasnow skl were prepared to proceed with the police court exam ination of Kloka on the charge of embezzling 19,000 of the county and state funds. During the morning, the second warrant issued for Kloka, the one charging him with the embezzle menr of 56.M6, will be served, and another sharp tilt between aftnr ney* is expected when Kloka is ar raigned on this charge and required to furnish more bail lie J* already under 115.600 bond, and in addition to this a writ of attachment has been secured bv the county which may deprive him of his valuable realty holdings, his bonds, mort gages and other securities The high powered touring ear which "Tony" Is supposed to have sold to his sweetheart, Marie Ols cewske, was seized on the writ Mon day afternoon by lieputy Sheriff Os to Klanowskv. despite the fart that th** young woman produced a hill of sale stating Kloka had sold her the machine for SI and other con siderations. Miss Olsrewske and her father. Peter Olsrewske. a saloonkeeper, were summoned before Justice He? ton’s grand Jury Monday after noon. It is rmnoted that the pur ported sale of the automobile and DETROIT TIMES A Disguise That Was Too Thin, U//' 1 i jZfflßHv B vAv X Rfthmann-Hollwtg: “That Socialist’s disguise is no good. All Highest. Let's try another clerical peace trick.” (CV>ryrlghf. *'nnadn. 1917. bv the Tub lie Ledger Company), (United States copyright. 19iT, by the PubJlc L**dg**r Company) All rights reserved the transfer of other property were Inquired about I> R Wells, the architect who drew the plans for the magnificent residence which Kloka Intended to build on Fast Grand bhd., was another witness Construction was never started About the time Kloka planned to break ground, he was paying over huge sums to the county auditors to cover shortages that were being die covered with startling regularity Other witnesses were. Renjnmln II Pelham, county ar countHnt; Joseph Wuellner, former lv assistant casnier In the rountv treasurer’* ofPce. 1,. K Walker, of the Security Trust company. C. H Law-son. of the Peoples State bank William .1 I Met*, of Rarry it l>i*tz, real ostate Arm. and Charles O. Pell, clerk In th** county auditors’ office. TUESDAY, JULY 24, 19 17. U. S. TO INSURE MEN AT FRONT Also Will Provide For Families of Soldiers and Sailors WASHINGTON. July 24 The fed eral governmt nt‘a plan for Ineui ng ' officers and men of the army, n'vy and niarine corps against death md Injun while in service. broad' -'wrt today Info a complex program al.:cli would pmvide government »r >w anres for families of soldleip and sailors and the rehabllitat.on and •raining of Injured men to flt them ' selves for making a living after the war “The plan has not assumed def tnlte form,’’ said a statement issued at the treasury today. "Wh* » it om Secretary MeAdoo will present it to } the president and. if approved, the recommendation will he suhniltted to congress at an early date. SEES MICHAELIS IN BID FOR PEACE WASHINGTON. July 24 -Si nafttr per house, declared In the nate late Monday that In his opin-ai ;he recent speech of Dr. Mlchaelis. the new chancellor of Germany, was a direct Invitation to the I'nifed States to use Its Influence sos peace; l.ewla said he believed the Cen tral powers would be willing to ao- ( cept peace without victory. In a spirited reply. Senator King, of I'fah. declared If folly to dlscusa pc.ve and c*»nterded f)r. Mit'iatlls' speech was not susceptible to Sen ator I.ewla’ constnietion. Mstlag—tfcf plain nrnt king—lfcat (a rlikl —Tliaff Ink Dfal _M«U A.* Sl* —By Raemaekers. SECOND MUM CALL TOMORROW Twenty States Will Ik* Affected By New Sum mons WASHINGTON. July 24 The Cnlted Starts tomorrow will rail oil* its second giotip of national guards men sot in* nsive training Twrntv .state.-* tnr'.udmg Now hngland, a i fringe of the oM south, part of the northwest, and o*hrm w*»i respond The list r* aria Main**. New Hump hill-, Vermont, Massachusetts, ' Rhode Island. 'onnertlcut, New Jer sey, I>e|a\ are Maryland District of Columbia Virginia. North Carolina, 1 South t'atnlina, Tenne; see, Illinois, Montan. Wy<min* Idaho, Washing ton attu Oregon. Tm run. : will he held at home irmoro s or state concentration I camp- until surh time as the south ern tented camps are ready. As thiTi i. still much construction woik, hntldin,' wooden kitchens, mesh ha.', and (he M *n:n»* of the troops at hast will not hrad south for n month. * Iro-e >*l U-b<*flt Foe. Among th* m . t ventora who have sou.rht to id • v.■ San by orlgißii'i . * a d"r,o *h.»' would e * terintna Choate h C. NV. Meeker. h mofor‘ v inanufsc'itr r, of (Men, Mich. i•• a .Thu hu. 1 been received wt'*- su« h faint b> , the naval ror-'il’ing bo; , tha* h » requested hi'i to c t , v-'a'-l .’ *: for a *! interview. M Mr's device is and »lg ‘ ••»! to trail i; T .(J->r water from the • * nos *f • l' bo t rha-er It an ea.ll> f’re on sub merged aubmarines, he s;»ya. Today Is ’he si-roi.d anniversary of the exclusion st'-n'oer Kaetland disaster in the Chicago river, in which upwards of SOO Uvea were loat. ENEMY AGENTS TO OE HUNTED 00T AND KILLED; HUGE TEUTON PLOT TO STIR COUNTER-REVOLUTION BARED DOCTOR REFUSES TO SAVE LIFE OF IDIOT INFANT ON HUMANITARIAN GROUNDS CHICAGO, July 24 I>r H. J. Halselden, who lei Baby Bollinger die because nature had made a mis take ha* again decreed that nature hall be allowed to rectify her own errors. He has decreed death for the infant daughter of Wm. and Mrs. Eva Meter, of West Pullman. When the child was born, the at tending physician directed that Dr. Haise|den be called and said he j ! would abide b> the doctor’s decision. »)•*. Haiseldon examined the child ! and his decision was for death. The child’s upper skull cap was mDsing A diminutive brain which seemed lo promise imbecility was covered only by a thin, transparent nv'inbrane There was no neck The tiny 1* id was attached directly to’ th* boulders. The eyes bulged! from then sockets. BotJi ear* were misshapen Th** arms wore without I musclet or tendons and incapable of functioning "The baby could be saved," said j Di*. Halsplden "This could be done BANKiH IS SMIMED BY DEATH Alex. McPherson Car ried OH By Attack of Pneumonia Alexander McPherson, one of the best known hunter., in Michigan, died Monday afternoon, at' ft:3o o’clock, in his home, No t*si* Casa ave. He v:o taken ill with pneu monla 11 weeks ago and serious complications developed, which, be cause of his advani * and age, he was unable to withstand. lh* was 81 las» month Mr Mi Pheraon was a conspicuous figure in D 'rnit hanking and busi ness cir h-s A‘ the time of his death he v as chairman of the hoard of the Kir t and Old IV-trolt Nation al hank vice-president of the Huhl Malleable company, n director of the National Can company, th* Scot ten Dillon company, and the State Hank of Kowlerville, Mich He was one of the organizers and i former president of the |»etroit Trust corn par.v, lie belonged to the Drtrolt Board of Commerce, the Detroit clul), Country club and St Clair Fishing A Shoot no club He wa a member of the Fir-f Pr'sbytrrlan church and s<r'ed on its board of trustees for reevral years Mr McPherson was tbr* e months o’J vha n hi* parents brought him to the t'nited S’nte from l>aviat Scotland, where he was born June 7. lK?g His fattier. William Me Pierson, settled In Mvingston Cen ter. la’ft < n’led Howell. In 1 Rt>. r > Alexnnd* r MrPVr on < * ibUshed a bank in Howell under th* name of McPherson ft Company, In v loch V retained his interest up to his death Ip i Hie came to Tb-troli to ac or O* the pr< id' e > of th* Iketrolt y i -1 hank, later known a- the 0,1 f», rolt. whirl suh quenlly norr- vph the First Notional to f n tt - F,rs: a Old Detroit Na tldrr 1 * • P* I id • mto h't local Interest*. Mr V'»' "ii-i'n re.vr <i 1"roe ptne t: -** ip. i ’» i• rt M!’’ gsn. Mis r,i,q f id l/00l ini,an 1 a model stoci farm m«r Howell. He leave » a w idow, who was Miss Julia < KID worth, of Greenville, Mich Two brothers, M. J. *n<f B by cutting a patch of skin from the back and grafting it ovor the ex posed brain But 1 will not do this. No surgeon is Justified in prolong ing an absolutely worthless life. “If I saved the Infant I should preserve It to a life of wretched ness. It would be a burden to Itself and others. Perhaps It would be come a menace to society. I will not kill It. Nature will rectify Its own mistakes. I will feed it as long as life remains but I wtll not operate." The parents bowed to the doctor's ruling I>r. Halselden’s decree of death for Baby Bollinger created comment all over the civilized w’orld. The Il linois board of health and Illinois Medical society were asked to re voke the doctor’s license to prac tice and the humanitarians and the moralists engaged in a battle which was waged in the dally and medical press for months. However, no ac tion was taken and the doctor con tinued bis practice undisturbed G. McPherson, of Howell, and a sis t* r. Mrs. Mary L. Browning, of the Pasadena apartments, also survive. McPherson Browning, one or the vk«* presidents of the Detroit Trust company, is a nephew. Funeral arrangements will be com pleted today. \ RIOT OF mi OR A p(inl**mnnlum of fun; every amusement under the sun ( olleeum of 2W S musements IclTfrson »>*• at Belle Isle Bridge Adv. Destroying a German Observation Balloon r.jf'.T- ' "■ t ——. rt - 1 *f- mi mkMMllWTflillHErirf 1 llWhi "' ; - ■ - llrfnrt battles aarh as n.f» f.nikt nt Hf»»l«M. Vlis*. krrss aa* ♦ Somme It nas R.r*s««rr ta krlsi gown the liermao i»Wr»alU» »** I toona hroanae liter are tbs ••area of Ike «rtlllfr»." The llrttlak alrpla** aonrrit klTk ikatt the elaotTa ttll tt W*a fast tlt» •trtlaaart kallaaw. Then snnoptna latta tkrn the rlott ta IntvadUr; Millets ware Rrrd latatht entelmpr ««hlrh <«ntala.d bi«lro*ea. The picture lit the left »k««t th ■ alrplaae eomlna thru tbr rto«4« ■ hoot lns at the Halloo* That at the Haht ah mrtm tbr httrnlna hallo** with a aamher of p*raeb«tea for the earape *f the ohuritn tralHoa ke» hint! her aa He there aaa no time ta »ar them The halloo* falls a *t*aa of flames aad hlaeh aa«kt ta rarthekll* th* tldarlaat alrplaae a* 11* attu, i NOON IN DETROIT: ONE CENT, Millions Spent By Ber lin In Vain Effort KERENSKY NOW IN SUPREME POWER Has Solid Backing of Great Popular Majority BY IV.Vf. G. SHEPHERD Flaff Cot respondent t inted Prett n PETROGRAD, July 24.—Ru»M» will shoot down ns traitors the rou tineers In her armies and the Oer* man spies In her cities. Clothed with "unlimited powers” the new peopled cabinet was pre pared today to Invoke measures of bloodshed to stop the rout of the southeast army and to clean out the nests of Oerman provocators scat-* tered thruout the nation. Premier Kerensky arriving at the front to* dny, was expected to order loyal troops without mercy to shoot down such of their fellow soldiers who yielded to German propaganda and started the mutiny. The rigorous policy of repression of traitors And of Oerman sympa thlrers Is the people's own plan. The all Russia's workmen’s and sol diers' and peasants’ congresses formally approve It. A proclama tion declaring all who disobey fhs provisional government’s battle or ders "will be regarded as traitors and cowards" and "shown no mercy" was Issued today. Petrograd is hoping that Keren sky will again perform a miracle at the front. With Tnrnopol gone and the Teutonic armies pushing for ward on a front of close to 40 miles.