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ON WAR’S SIDELINES Tl III: I'IIIKTY FIRS I regiment of National Guard mf.«nu\. which Ik j I *«•!»• »n'own crack regiment, is inoluliz* <1 It ha a notion that it 1 i -ono w 1,. n>, soon. Sum** of tli** offlc. rs li.iu 1 M ail in the t i|ii i • t 1 i ' .ii ,im |* ha- been pr* pared for 'ln in at Warn. I*va • Some of tli- otil n hav*- nail tu later papers that i ••am|» has been pro pan 1 1 ' i •lu 11, it til vlmg Mi' lntan What »I»• • > nav. • •■•■ ti in thi papers :■ ail th* kt «.w about it Whan the 'l’hirt> Kit * I- called to antraln, it may g. eh i to the jufnping off plan , for all that tin chieftains of De 'i it i\ all i r aftii lall> know about it now They “ii'iplv ban him told tt» b> t« li to i. .. i >otn< wlo re w hen the woid < > no--. ->*> fai a- the regi no ii' i eorii eriwd. the whole ?,002 men of ih Thirty First could b* on tl * i uf* wagon-, trucks, sttppli*-, dud and -o!di» r- within two la nil . t • <ej \ iriK order- to none Tin.- w*.-k th * * have been held up b' 1 . *i (.• hipno o' of mill clothing in them Tin- i no fault of tl -i • • v:. |he <|'-t i ihutlnn of this clothing, when it arrive-, will require at" i <; i In r.nisi of hoi - that tmi.-t be filled and things of that sort. Th.- It Te job out of th* wav. the two hour limit will stand again. I* i- 1 1 U*■!v that the Tldrt> First will pn to Grayling. because certain ibo ..rb.n.i • • to to iu-.tifv »ti* relent ion ot the tr«-np within the 'at. , - m and beeai.se i: ; . uraleistMMl via grapevine telegraph that fro - •• at ion In beep arranged on r a route that lead- north from Ito tin" 1' .ot eu-tomaiv to go nortli from lutroit when Texas is the "b -aii. * Mo- j I'irnev but that direction doi an w■ t th* purpose for Jaunts vit i•• ! ing ward \ < in unn ! i- llk.-lv to qu* ,»im Midi i -ituation There is a ti tnc ' - feai a hreal(d-vn m u ,r and. partr erit efilelenry. Inasmuch a. t,•■! !i •:i I'.ttee nu n hav. been niobili/ed for »wo wo ks and more, • ' • •U t vv ledge of wh-t- t|,.-> in going to tr.cn There has been not). t t|. * .p* Th* si I'l'toi' am! .** h Michigan boy • are soldi* rs N' - 1 ■ nr • • ini- -a i \ Th- r oi-bi- are m i.-ly to stand tead> to i i* -v * n IT . w.ii di partrtn i t km w - that the 'lhirtv First will be tea • I- • jj •11 % First kn-iw . that w lii’ii ts i • wa. ih partnient i- ready, t' i' I ‘ proper * in :> pn par* and for *h« m \rtin discipline makes •a. I 'a - -if 'i - - 1 1 f i* cd< pi-n-la hii .t - n-fipel I'.nn with t h** other l" • • I' -m : no r->iifii- mn ti"!' m: undei • aiidins mu laxity. It’s ju-t a m iit.il v wav of doing thing* Tht* Matter of Training; 'll. 1 1 11IITY I‘s TIST i-ci • 11 * <iii« n't know what r i- going to do w' * i t' do* - mo h camp Th** offii havi received from Wash ’ '« •h- • tr- tm ’ti'itt ition of 11** sort of instruction which 1 l"l’ t -it’ '; I • \ ■ an 'he v flatting They > • w '!!'••' .n •' 'u*-'ion w • 1e m • v«-d vvliei- jt conies time to ' ■ I-a all tliev offlc i Iv know -iow . ! • Thlr’v First rnav fie »•' p: n t' ’I i v.o oi .North.'rn Micfogan. <u I ratme 01 ju«' some wh*. t« n 1 -• '‘ • e off! i-r. of | le'roif' own crack regiment are not with ■’ of T - r--wn Th* v lav# !-■■• m- np|a a ’-in it y to b-arn something "If- :i i "•! in voi a :•> this cm it* *of a war ■ They know ju-t w " • ' -on t *ml fad iit • i... riJ * t !a -1 y ear. and i* is not •hito g • - mofTli;. 1 1! \ tf.at then will be something n* w in a ton fc.x tla- hoy*. u ’* •" ” • Mi v an bord< Mu Mi*h;gan militia was trained to be •v* ■■ * *i.- 1 ■ I> n • -bile arti! v 'i fi- \\ ■•! v i-ritte tr*sip-* learned tfie ‘ !'-•• \ ’ i t<- . r and p. • t g him Now they must * • "t- at ivi |• •; ii i mg. poke Slugger Hill , ' i ‘ ~w ' -tl until (til is wobl.lv. ~nd then lead with the Jeff. ' f a l ' V in.tr old Hill stliack on tie jaw wi'h the well s h it. I warlare t * ll lt • in 'he lam! of alkali and 1 ' ' l 1 xft of for. ed in I- g - •t * hargi s across open 1 1 ' ' - "It'*l", pur-uits ha 1 -and I allow • n*r* iii hrn*-n*spec • *'• 1 ' tveinefits surpr • attack*, swift deployment for action. ' ■* ' ia ‘ ‘ r ‘ ' •’.. 'i* !i*-ld and score- *d thing- like t»ia» It was a wide ' f ' ’ '' '’' ;ki ri - n|ei n fin ii,ii!w it hr - :orw ard pa**ing and * ' l, ‘ l‘ tv I was a*« us ‘om. dto march “even miles ' ’ ' ! ' '1 ” n lull for fouj or li\. Imurt Sp*-.-d an 1 nifty strategy out rank* and j-iw m . Therp’s a DilTei oner, Now " ' ■'• hitig for' a-vir w 'fi \|e\ r.> Wat in Rurope |s ' -• l' ’Sell i-r To -■ it -i t«- 'he football reference, ' 1 ' •' ' l ' hn"': •*: have . n it’ll Just n-ov i- compa r able ‘ ' ’ l plunging gam five yard ■ to Hike, three downs to go -nd c . « smF n i* a ft) -jo I- v. i\ down Tli* Thirty rirst n.-... r has ■ fat-- that make tren* nes more or less permanent places "' m - -I- -' i- i•v•r ti i- -pe< ia| /i-d ti prr*te.-tb»n from sma -lun> shell - I '' < *' '-ok a * t-'e-i jiv th- creeping barrage »• -ont*Tlnng new to it. it So re bombing opeiauone. mod-rn bayonet fighting g|.-nade throw ;-•* *-‘ <f oK« lid many of th- t.- ri* s'h it l av.- h. *-:i f-a'ui.-d since the an fight it g -la- - i-'\. client • wa th< Mon tnd j■ ■ ... of the Mcv.an border duly Its- year th. Thirty first w 111 hav. plenty of w things to I- --rn :.t its . att i • i • f-h iml it t- no* -o very difficult to guess the >r* ot ti tm ng u . ill »*. T*v O, r • . ' le I Ft • * - - -n;: . ted ,-pe* 'a I u.lining 1' r* - %‘o A-- I o' ' • Ib ' and 1 •a11 a! ton. and lieutenant 1 ,*-ee of th" n,a b:> - tn- " tnp. r’v ~ tin .-n : qu* -Hon Major WU*on Spec! 1.l O and ' 1 e -I■ " i of !’• Te, 'll I. |« i Ii a!' t |,e. . i[l fn« 1 ois work to ’“•' ‘i' i' ■gr• id ) -' - ! ’ f • i:r dth -' liny \s 1 1 i hav* sfiliV’ Interest ir g •; mg- to • xpiait to 'he egiment The Men of Michigan TiMF.HF tre 2/»r»; no n enrolb-d in th- Tl rty first regiment w.lh ' -tu 1 - undtlllr* and hr-can. alcbul m • mi;, of ldo no*n <*f 'he 1 nfai 'i v no- u, --itiii 1 Fm M-f-i-r' at 11,< I »*-f |-.»u armorv daily nth* r (omptM.i* nr at \nn \ 1..,- andlak*oli rh-vare r"a iv to m port at l'e'ioi' a -o-m i- tr i- g* - them here aft<-r ih»- * all Th- reg-tnettf .* divi :*-d 11 * a • 1- .*| .ompan.es, a head <;uar*et s-tats •- I r i * *.• and pi' <mi| mv and a «anttn v detH'httien' :*i aril's in ill. Th* major.tv «,t it). | *<*\h are sleeping at horn*' he, *u—• 'Ji< .rnior cantin' afford them a< cotnodntions. They re port <-vmv morning an lan on duty lin'd v« n ,i'clo« k, when they a’-e ftc**d lor th* n ght. There t« no chance foi the period of a wading orders to move to he come t*’dl '. flier* are som* tl ng Ilk* t'.OO recruits «'n the muster roll, and *he v. tr-rat.s of th• h -rdcr point .ire not mn id.-r.-d perfect in fh"lr drill* l utes a memN lof fin- Thirty third i a -igti*-d to other duties, he s called upon *o drill tw i day. and the wm k tak'-s mos» of the day. The band devnt* *om*-'*'inK Ilk'- *.x hours a day to prat flee. |*'s gutting to be a era- k dan of looters, too Michigan ha’ *hre«. regir—rts of the National infantry whi* h will par ticipate in the war I'i" Thirty Turd never was discharged by Fnde Sam af’er tfie rcttitr from 'he hord*'t It was stationed a* Fort Wavne until a fi w w.-ek a. .i. v\ h« ii hi',., d* ’ a '.men's «■ n- u-nt to t'amp Custer, at Hat tb- t'reik. and Selfridi: ivmt .«?- field at Mt. Clemens, for guard duty Thi 4 tegtrm-nt tnnv !-• a h t lat’her ad inc**d 'ban the oth**rs heraune it never a- b-f* tli- fed* '! --I v ir. file margin is n«»t a great on*-, however, he - oi 4 * th- forty third did not g*> t.» Texas Ins* v.-ai until several weeks after •*>. ot!-. i 'wo d*'par'* *1 'I hi 'bird regiment is the Thirty *c< onri, w iih indu-l* ’he m-stat* eompanle- In -I/.*, training and equipment, it i-- omparable to the Thirty fir.-t Mb! rai :-cimonts *r< far above tfie averag*- militia standards in • very te |». ' ~i | pr< t'-lv will .o to France among the first of th#- Na t i.-nal gliat'd unit- to b* -• t ' ov-r-.a- It is timh-roo.| that N--w York and I’enn-ylv atiia w ill g*-i th- tii-t « *ll. he- ;»n .*> tjies*- state** have a|> pioxirn *'- Iv contplet* armv divisotn- luMy equipped and readv for servie.. Populatioi give, them tin- advantage When these ,t;*trv have sen* thei hoy- to Fiaii'' Michigan can piepare to hear that the Wolverine hov have sailed COUNTY FROWNS ON PROPOSAL FOR JOINT BUILDING Conn'' auditor d**lnr< tlu>\ will ri'if h» > (inn- tmani ■ <>f thf «i * v of m »In proposed n<w rtt> hall. Apr«*jMo «»f th* r< solution pro-trip id Tne-dav night In tin- oniiifiinn [Tuse'^~ v —^ postum I a instead of coffee \ F»• rle* I’nttnm <"Vr»al Company. Mm ti**.fr**V \!t* hlgan; Poatnm Cereal C. Ltd . Wlndeor, Ontario. council In AI if Jacob Uuthard. In itnnting tho rlopar'ment nf puhli works to uhmif optimal*** for a now <P> hall building whirl) would raro foi th- niunlclpatltv* noo*i- for fir no\t f.O uart in«l provMo . p;** o f.,r t’ i muni ofTlcr*. County Auditor loilman do* la rod "Wo would not plaoo nurs*d.*« n a position w hoio wo could ho inro\if <*t|i of tho rity hall ax soon a■» th*- city no*d< and th** morn wo would *> * upy About th*- onl\ plan umirr which wo would transfer rho rounty offices t«» th* oil) halt would ho undor tlo* Dims of a l*!t \ oar b-Hs* Piisonall: I ant d*ctd*dlv in fav or ul hot I Hi* * mint) and oily otth • I ■ nu: htniM >1 under on* roof. llo**i vi-r, tn*' state law prohibits I* l * two »<iipotations from dividing f. • n «•-'*<t a n* w building flftyflf ly I r *r* is no doubt that w** n**d nmr< p.i'f for <ouniy officials in flvi yearn w«' will need <nutl foi 12 rir* nit Judges and undoubted fjr eight Justice foiirt Th** Pennsylvania railroad now employs more than 2,20*> women and girls in its operating depart ment. The *'o't’" • of thf* I)p(Ts, With Harold V . Wilcox The* \ psiCarU’ton Dancing club will give a moonlight, Thursday ♦- v * rung, on the Put-In Hay (% V • ♦ yir- John S Spi*-g*‘l who has been vis.ting liitnds in PHt-hurgh and U t-l ng'ou l.a- returned to Detroit • » Mi.-' (Ira- • Fisher, of Ironwood, Mich., i- visiting her sister, Mrs 1> \ lr* > land. West Urand blvd. —*. Mr and Mrs. Walter H Raynor -nd na tig l;*< r Louise, No. Ver r-iont . an- visiting in Amherst bin g v » Mr M \ Fowde- is on an east ern motoring trip and will visit liloin e-ter by-the Sea, and Baltimore m tore i• tinnmg to Itetroit • lh> fortieth annual reunion of tlo I-*pe*-r County Farmers' Picnic so. i*'. will t e hdd Thursday, Aug D-. at Lake Nipiseing • Mr- F-rcrir-rick Clifford Ford ha returiieil i*. Point* au\ Barques, whet, -he i- spending the summer, following a few days' stay in th*- cit V -•.- M , (Irate Riddle is at I-ak* tl* ic* in >h« Adirondack*, and will visit h* r b other. Fa-s H Ri ldl* . ,n New York, b* fore returning to I >*-r roi*. f#V Mr and Mr* Flay V Marlkonald win* have been at White lake, mat Moti'agu*. Mich, are staying t.-u* porarilv with >!rs. Mai-Donald - pat ents. in dross** point" . The F’a«t Presidents' association, Ladies of file (* A R., will rm-c Frnlav alt* rnoon. in the horn* of 'li- \nna K Mcdrath, N<\ |m IVterboro at. 'The A *-iglith (lass of the Cas elementa v «umnier school has chos en th* national colors, red. whit, and blue, lor the class colors, and the nndto "In Dw-I We Trust " Th* ofhceis are President. Charles Cook, vice president, Fl-i*- i[|f ir, ]\.! : (r y, n-^j ' ' ' " ' sgS mss** Rogers Shoe Companv | f Camp Custer I Military Footwear 1 m OH thr brother or friend, whethei ;rn \ o \ fSHBI °^ cpr * recruit officer or enlisted nuin \ 1 —MAKK HIM A PRKSKXT selected \ i I \ from our complete line of Nettlcton’s \ military footwear extraordinary, in* / J * eluding a lame variety of Field and Marching Shoes, Officers' Dress and Field H<M>ts. Pig (.rain Puttees, etc. Conault u* and w» will itcurtidj • dvi»# you upon th«> typo and kind of footwear uaed in the different branrhti of tho ••rrir*. Bontmjr J hot. J, Jochton, Manager DAVID WHITNEY BLDG. SOCIETY Olinder. *e. tetary, Norman Magul ski, treasurer, George H< ss. Mr. and Mr Horace K Ikvdge, Mr. and Mr- John F Dodge, and Mayor and Mrs Oscai Marx are on a tlire* wti i, ' c ruise of th*- lake.- ' n the Hoia*. I bulge \acht, “Noko mi*.” Reliable Accredited ( J / ) r o£TftO/TJ/] 9 . 61-69 West Grand River Ave. Inspection and Comparison Invited Free Bulletin on Request Thorough Modern HORNBLOWER & WEEKS -MEMBERS— New York, Boston and Chicago Stock Exchanges Orders Executed In All Security Markets J. J. HAYES, Manager 201 Penobscot Building, Detroit, Mich* OETPsOST Military Footn rar Outfitters Prompt attention given to 'phone and mail order*. Po*t egrhange order* cheerfully accepted. I —Rv Allman. Medical Society Raising War Fund !;.• : > tiienib* r yf th» Michigan S»a:< M-ritr ■! Micic') ha> been as c s«rr| s.*, tn provide a fund for car in: for m<-nihrr- incapacitated in war -i n ico and th*-ir dependents Mai Andrew R Riddle president of th* c..t\, announces that the money will > o turned over pro rata to *h- patriotic committer of each coun' y nierfioal society When the fund b f \d .o'lMi another sf. assess inert will he mad* The fund is in d'-penden' of th* fund to he raised h\ thr Wayn* County Medical so eiet\ among it- members WOULD HOLD UP KLOKA’S TRIAL F’loose ru tor Wants Arraign ment Delayed 10 Days —To Ik* Decided Thursday. Wednesday afternoon, less than two hours after the information tn tie two Charge*, r.jralnst Anthony .1 Klokit, alleged defaulting count) mortgage tax clerk, had been filed in the rr-corder’s court, A stating Pros* cutor Std A Rrwln apjiearcd h« for* Judge Connolh with a motion to have the arraignment put over 10 •lays in order to add n» w name- to *he information The judge held the ma't. r ir. abeyance until Thursday m< ri. r.g James A Martha Kloka's attoi oey, then fold the court he woijd at that time with a motion to have his client's bail redm i-d from $35,000 Kloka's attorneys Wednesday aft ernoon obtained a wri' of *-*pi* 'in from Miss Marie Olcseivski. Klok i -we** heart, by the prosecutor -hurt U after K 1 >ka’s arr*sf Th* writ was given <’oron*-r Ja*o Roth** her ro ser\» Cnder the law the coroner will have t*, make pc -onal service on the sheriff to £• t the car Sheriff Stein will be out of the city until th* last of the week Man Held as Forget Manue Le Hlanc, No. 17T. Raid win ave , was arrested Tuesday on th* charge of passing bogus checks The Wame County r.nd Home Sjvmgv iiank cashed *wo of the checks, one lor $lO and the other for $ ’ * Roth had been forged GENTLEMEN Here is the sale event of the year, our Mid-Summer Clearance A sale that is looked forward to by some of Detroit’s beFt dressers, because they know that this sale offers the™ i oppor tunity to secure the best ready-for-service garments in the world at less than the cost of ordinary clothes. Any gentleman who has ever worn a Hirsh-Wickvfire or a Kirshbaum suit will need no second invitation to buy at tlr* prices lasted below: All *ls and 18 Suits now *l2 All *2O and *22 Suits now 'ls All *25 and '2B Suits now '2O All *32 and '35 Suits now *25 All *37 and *4O Suits now *3O Alterations tree. It will pay you to visit our Shirt Sale Only Four Days More In which we are offering all our suninu r shir' a* " • i* '* v »ng r duct ions? $1.50 Shirts, 51.05 Three for 53.00 $2.00 Shirts, $1.38 Three for SI.GO 52.50 Shirts, SI.OB Three for 51.85 $5.00 Shirts, 53.35 Three for 59.75 $7.50 Shirts, 55.00 Three for $14.75 $8.50 Shir is. $5.07 Three for SI 0.05 • * ' ✓ -Wj - <fOUAUTY>^ BAUMGARTNERS riATE rrREET grand river AT GRIJ WOLD AT WASHINGTON FI NTS \Vi?O 01 M) BE WHITE SLAVER Mil hi*e| /.lil, « *il • nld, No. * Gilbert Hi., who Ims m• n .married onlr a few w** ks,'wa*« fined s..•* *it h th* alternative of :"i da; - in Jail by Painless Extraction Absolutely Guaranteed No matter whether you want one tnoth extracted or every tooth—the Peerless way is absolutely painless— every time. Peerless Painless Dentists Corner of \N oodward and Jefferson Sj-vc Jv'.~ S*l|**i W*dn* *l»y morning, for fading to support hi* wife Th* latter t* citified ,*he wa» forced to work in ;* luounr, picture theater to <‘.»rn her living Hh* had her hua ' ini arrented when he took li*r j cloth*-** an«i threatened to do her .ouil. harm Hr- wanted her to go out in th»* streets and <*«m money tor him, she (I* ( lured. PEERLESS PAINLESS pfcNTISTS PAGE 3