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;ctiationa, informatwn from the
.am* eourr*- aaaorte.
The dlai.atrhe* reporting »nt*
.iiopot’ given the pope'* propoaal*
Mm from Bern* and publtahed b*
h, Idea National** The report*
•ere no more than were eiperten
n no*#mm* us circle* Having o
♦n th* view that the Pontiff"i» *<*
jor. wa* inspired by Auatrla. «he
refieral h*ll* f ha« been that ’he
Central Power* woold he the flr«’ to
•enpond, either officially or unoffi
l Xhe Trtbun* a*«*rt* todav that it
0 poaitively Informed the pope act
id entirely on hi* own Initiative in
jropo*lntc peace nd ou’Hnlng
•ondltlon* under h h*> h* . •
It might be\e*t*b!i*hed I' • r r<>
poaal* were I>U< fora ard *»*hmit
*on*UltatH>n w-Vh any of ih* * *
.rent* and »i*S«'Ut an> • ctetna.
p re** a re. th* Triune aaaert -
| IN DETROIT !j
T n*m4 i • urert*
«ehmen>*n'. M'tiiarv **rd He
jean 'V Sehmeman dtre • -
the following program *» » u '
lid* afternoon. begnnlrg *'
nt Clark path tn th* evening h'K n |
mtif •« » o'clock I
Mat h. "Jnd n*v t ‘ or.n Nit 1
(iitard " Reeve*. overture Morn n«
Noon and N'ght t« Vienne d'lppe
grand »eleetO n fr< mi th* np«r* M,r
tha" Ptotow s. h itiert « >er*rad«
cornet »n|n "Selected.” M*- ha*
mad* 'nteloil!** ft h '* r I ' V"**t
Herbert waitae* Blue
Stroll** "Star Spangled p * r "
Th m** !*h»y, baritone, *• -I *"t *'
Ihr evening concert
I're.l I. Keeler. • unerletendent «*f
p.i K|i. iNdrtM’tl** In I •»»!"* • ri
de > announced th> f w *ai*nt
for the program of 'h<- apj r »'h ’•«
*c**mn of the V a r.e
Teacher*' tnattt it* I'r Kd»*td'
Howard (trlaa* New Y rk TANARUS""
,A St «:ner pr*« I*nt f i*nr»
I.,ll<gc Orlnneil I »* Dr *' n
I. !,ewi*. New Y■ .rk I'r Chari**
W Kent, Cnlver*ltv f V -K't »
e\-lio' ernor W Ihrtd*e N ' *rr:«
l*r It H Wheaton htir»a . of ► ’lo
cation WaaMngton I»r harl** K
I' neh. and T>r I*eter R >bert..
Ilnfmlt delegate* to the national >«-
mntpmenf nt fkr I »ltf< *aanl*h
W|t Vat era na. »h h » ’] t * '
ip f’leveland H*pt ?l Will 'g» •> *
*l*. tlon of r*apt Henry V T< i«
..f Detroit. *<» C' miracle- a.
rl>i rf. fohn * !•*»lvey and 'I 4 *
T \5 abater |’r tha de|*g«te» net » .
• -
th* i;»n H*nry M Duf**' J »n r t
nr. rk f«'r Capt. »!*■ In
Busch )a pecretsr.v of th* pa-* de
partment.
A ttlraa from Kama* are fa tb* altact
that Prhalr R. C. P»ffl and 4le»-
nr.riar M' le»r *n . of t' nd« - aer\-
m » th ('ananan hartal n> ‘•a- -
h**n killed tn action and 'I K ■
hmk. f Detroit. and F*ank M Ma«-
**nder if n on- ha •»
liran wounded
K-nnk 11. M l ata rak f. aa part ala ade n f
nt fha puklla lighting ramnataalan
will a«k th* round) rommittaa n
lighting at ta maating M nd*
provide fund* for g .ardlng th*
lighting plant I’ntlT r*<-*n'> tha
plant »m guarded hy a data, fror
tha Thirty-third ragimar.t
T ark mat. are aaw aaftlna gale* and
atrlngtna wlrea In tha tarrttary ra
antly inti Mad to Detroit and • •
r»part ad that by the flrat o' th»
year the lighting commla.alon wll
ha furniahlng Illumination Dr th*
streets In all of tha raranth an.
n«xad territory
Mlaa Jennie Qalgley. IT year* aid.
• nee ftmaaa atnga I llllg.it lan. la
»l»ltlng Mr and Mr* T w -ma* 1
'ft. .Vo. 155 Sheridan-av* De
troit. Miaa Quigley has haan a>-
qua nted with aevaral p-*..d*- , «
and ha* h*#n a vialtrr at Ti k og
ham palace, ahe declare*
T*Ve annaal festival es the l.trmtn
I’ralratltt Hama far Opgkaa* and
Old People. 15*2 sV*»t Grand-’ 'vd
•will ha h*ld on th* lawn of
Inatltfttlop Hunday a't*rn-.on n w
11. at * o'clock Lunch and -a.
fraahmanta will be aer>ed. E'. »rj •
on* la welcome
Milk Commission Named
Or*, Chtirle* Dougla*. Gu' !. K e
f*r. Francis Duffleld. T. W Whl»e
j'Od Worth Ross were appntn’etj h
Ihe board of health as member* nt
tbe Wayne county medical milk
commission Friday Dr Douglas ■
appointed for flee years. Dr Kiefer
for four. Dr Duffleld for three i> r
White for two, and Dr Ross *or ore
yo*r.
- - - -
Formar Regant D as
Following a year’s illness pe-e-
N. C.mk. formerly regent of the Cr.t
versify of Michigan. died Friday af
trrnoon In hi* home In Corunna.
Mich ,at the age of 7? years A
daughter. Mias Frances C f'ook,
ttncher of Kngltah In the Northern
High school, resides In Detrol*. M
rook was a captain during the civil
tsar
Outburst* of Everett True.
|d9K9||||K l fcdn i has .. J|^ I SS»®HEHK r Vr
I T **f" City w
WHHfIHII C OvjlL> m a<<** a _c c«•
VAA ICWT 4MfA J) (» I
NBT (!N.OY<iM yg*L, r»N CA T C r» V*. y ,
TWAIM OCT! I* YOV B.r a V A C/4 r c K 7
tefOazWYfWCi AUOl t HAki\cg MgNgy T' * r ♦ *
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OUTSIDERS FILL
MANY PULPITS
Noted Bible Student Will
Preach in < entral Meth
odic Sunday.
Vnny (Mtrolr p . ; i*- » il h> r»<\ i
pied by out Mile prwM'hers Sun-lav
Prof. A T It-.L-r* n. \> P nf
rhe fjvoul’r of ’he *tr
Thenlrßir*l -seminary. * pre*ch
in the Centra 1 . .Vethnduc rrurrh
.Si.n-lav nai'tnicc ID -a n<tt.»d Bi
ble cruder' In ?h** i*'* , n!n»:
Rev Weldon F -''.---land ***;*'*n*
pAgtor «rtil i r-o. hun Th- reiip on
of the frrn- rie-
I The R.v ( - '» t'aee of Hu'
falo. will fr 4 p ,r 'h* Fir*-* nap
fiat at both «.-rv. .H:« n
'the no-amir •* hi b- Th. no *>- »s-*
of the time- and in the evening \
rehgmn for th- w K . ie fan V-v
In ’he Kir-’ Pr-h • ’er.,m
• - w
*an lh • 'by -
real inn, *!! • ,n ' v - ■
both morrunc vr.d r ***-. ne
| in ; r„r - ?*— ■ -
ian wi be the Rr 1 >art ir >I ' m
i er. of the » ! road *’ ' • ’
| The Re\ O. T OI«en. ' R "a!
OnV. Will !> • *h< ; ■ ”*• - "
mon n We* ' ! •
The Rev K K Vk;r *• ' •*’
Me'fcod —f < i*
• ill •peak in v ver n
Fred R VV \' « s'id--- -■
Men - Bible .>U*. ~f the \\ v
a\* Baptist s rsday noon n n f :
1" g -b e tx>o k C * *h • i"
The Rev i :> ' i h» » ’'*
pH.*t*»e of Me",or t pe. >e
ohurrh f< - several s'!’-
his old r-T •' *’ •• ' **'■'*
POLICE BREAK
I P • DOPE" GANG
. n 4 E"ld*> ni*' - * * ■ A .
D* \ h>>*el. h. pr . > * „p -
ei-flfl- »*e<! r ‘ ~'
one dope , f’y ■»ter.cing to i v.-vr
nsm«'l !’>»••*' -- - •» h ■ '*•**• *
no r.-eord ,<» the p< .. »-• b.'.-a* ?
arre>* - v av -» -• r -
t Lie-jt Hiy<- ir> -ramand * th*
I #squad. er a rn- >usptnio * - r *he
■ place when / - "
.vitonv-hile, -v • ; »rk- r . *
of -he building »- * "a
hu’ a*tracti*e -< -ve- - ~p
1 pearance
Federal au’horo aided r. *he
raid They believe the\ have hr-'k
«-n up a drug ■ om-.na* r «hlch
has been smugglinf ‘h.e -stuff
from Windv-r
ttum Acqjittf-3 n sa> eg Cn*
Ton' Ro»jsq »»• -s ,U”ef ir. re
co-4er> court Ft. lay f par - c : p«
tinn in the killing of \n r - nto Ran
dazto r he nigh' of Jun* 2 The
polfce -a ere un*s le -O *eP’ire er
dene* again**' R i‘-n The jury *i»
cut only H» minute-
McG--eg3 r leg*, tjte P*-cg r a
Mofiregor mis - . "ire pr k-v ! r
the week, w-.-f) -er\ • • • 7 if"
a f ?: Ift, will Sunda
f J Akin np-ak-' '1 -s* Oirer.
s nger M n ; »> '<•*' - ' ’•*
Carrab n >ader M*- Kraen*
Gudmore will »lnr T .e*day Pa !
Haecke -speak-' We ir.ess ;av »e«-
mooiea Thur^da'. " Re- ?*en;a
m.n F Fa'ber. Mr- Tv an
and choru.-s fr rr. E'er.ezer \ M
ch will «:r.g FYida' ’he Rev
E A C"roM» -.peaker Mr* W - w ,e
fiQger Rar-irday •»-' -.-ir •
Georg* Brown • i:L- -
Eieakifteo toe Saps y
The Parifl--'- You «houidn'*
have h«*-«-n -ip yi'ir ever
If he did injure -. r , \ • sh .id
have .-en p*. i-R’ aT.d * . t t.J. •*
Oth.e- cheek
The Belt-gerep* I-- - • r
I ran OUf of (h “> V •
All's We
Burgia'r Wife . a r. ’ > *
John I th.r.r t.-.ere ire p' «:ner
the bouee
Burglar—‘ • m a. r.e T• -
wtMi*t nothing but
and cold ci.ioken
The *haf' of an -teria •<
which fell in ty-ndop and : ng - r
ha* hro'.g*'* s'4 a - a rafde
—By Condo,
Dicky Dippy's Diary.
Y.v A MAN »> t ' IT f v li\!p IT NMD f HLKEJ THEY AK’E YOUl 1 ; O'AlO
FOR fiOMC’tt v-- Mei. v HiM tT* Nts • HI "ILL ei t T As LOT Ml R 1 IHG
WHAT v FIWT OF THE, MONTH ’
•* I’VE TOST A LEATHER BOCKLT -AKD t ; Ni'ets> WHH m* j Hfc O' d-J O iT ANP BOOK OUT
BOOK,’’ HE. REPLIE-O- ' 31:L3. , ■ , THE. P* i•. *5 l[
*ANYTHIWsi IN IT?’ 1 ' I'LL H TVI lOl'K Fl'!v 1 •. | , * 1
O A'D T I
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IP ; c -Sr
riv;. si % • vaa.'- AM**-
t .T p .eT. - i: JT
V r \ \ . JL' w \ /k, 1 . r^BPr
\\ Tu \\ P C'' *' •t* ' 'V ■ 1 '%'L X /li\V ' v
1 . 'S&W \yl\A 3- -tp CTLA
I k ;. '
Kocpinjf I p W ith the Joneses
. d L ; 1 tty PEftR - r think x knows
YOU CEOTftlMv . Y'.’ U , f, ;, vt-ul DO*tf nS«i
rrE 7 TOi'<o r-f R, (? n ! GOT « WH 1 ME | l,_. To I VSEE - L / i
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A l ' V ' dJ ’ ' ■' f,shl N j l Q» . ru
L ;* • r /AJ \ ‘\*-3 A7i
a : Af. -L m ; i-- ;.. f
dk i ■ '■ (h !» ’ //{i I#, #l.
First Session of Night Court
For Auto Speeders Nets City
Treasury $9lO In 73 Minutes
\w. g r. b- •• • •>
dared % m -'orcyr! n nr
rider c‘ e - - ;iy r. *'.'.
W • • f-- * i
- on a charge r .f «p. .-dm*
You - ; - v ,i* -■,#»* n >-. •
, tiin «it 4» '«n*i de
am ' g:,.n u ‘r- »h<- •• .. ,j- •«
Thir • T.ln .• *>.- ,a’*r r - ;
I * fr.:
n.gh» '• ' : »» j#*- 5- * >ni
ne'-'a'ed rhu? he ha- ,o.*? none >f
v - I'.-.-
.r and IT r> * h- ha ! ;•<
t r * h
The r.-i n/ -•-. m only" . er
wa« and 4-. and m e.e rt - .r ...
Opening ffce >r -- r ; : v,,c*
i w io’ r■. i. ' - • ••. er.efli. of
• e «r- i oer
hour -f ove -Sf eg* »;:•*'! jim’
fa ft
T \KF> HK.H I*l \( F
WITH NF W |I\NK
* wP
a a&jf-
ED A4RO A' GLENTHfB
V* G;»r.»her fr - -h. .-0
**■*.. a**ociA'ed nt'h yario je >e
'' l * v af J. • ,94 r 14. -*f] v|ti n.*-
d«-*.- >* ’he ’.in»'ln S'a*» l-nk
r»U fr, |. ee* . g *,* th* and
re r» »r. :.e I * A (
Mr <; * nth. - m a tfe'ro '4-r hv
f'h and has he*-n tn *h«- ban,, ng
t * '.ee boy ho-fd H«• en
• ered 'he I>rn» Saving* bank
• < •- ago a eager
• < per ten r*- ,i'h • ?.♦• Fir»’ NA'.or,;
I tn.. «•. c'jl 'v . --rk When *h»
M ‘ -i ■ . -r . - .*. -
made manager
Rirue i*> ,r.f, C* ‘h- Ped
es a I -'a'* h.k'« \*r '»-|er’h»' La*
held 'he ;,o*i'jon of a**t,'aß»
| * a*hi» r wh ' h pr • *ion he » •-
tage ip h), n* W and” e wf' *e.
l.ifiT’n a S*at♦ dfin of l *•' ro.*. ' ;•
Vr Ot»en*her hv* a '
4c«; .air’ane*. an 1 ;»n rper -v*
knrwledce of *tnar) r v iir ! Kgal *e
qulr*men’s He gradua’ed fr- m 'he
■ fje*r»U» f r.* ' ;*, .f w.i*
adr; "ed •- e '.a' 'r. *h*' •«T|«
! year and- rrer* *ed b' hi* fner d*
»i*h hav .ng i *:n» *f 't'v 'ha
r r.a »*- ' ’ * *«
The Other cfl T-«r; of The I.ißOoln
S?a’e bank of fjetro-* ar»- Albert
(’ Mof>re. pr* *iden» |.*me»
IHeaslet, vie. | re-.dert F.-lwin
Herr*'* ca*hter lame- N S mon-
Asalvlan’ ca-J.jer
DETROIT TIMES
I «k:" •> • fh.e - ,- n ?esY,! <?.-
e ; . i •- ->r<! In fly
- - n* r. i an-I n- uj
• i a- T\SC *
<**v F*i * n man of * *
1* f*-n 1 if- They * :» t"
h'. iged - ach *j ♦- - » y *' ■ and
i tn *■ h* f ( *■« t^ 4 a bf*n* i♦ ♦ f*j
• ► # r ». * ht -e * t *
• t .
.seemed »o have mys'eri .;j«|y
•i. « ~ e■ j, •
On hi* way to the rich* our*,
w her*, y.e had i hai* ! -zen . ...
■w , -.r.g \f ■ yr V p*'’".,rr.in '-m
M- •le.s.tn t rre«'ed F'h.i'..; \r v, o-r
» - » a I h» 'v3l v *■_.. \ . her *
- • .«. d*' -ng *'
' ' ' ad I"
Mr* v.s. k. N« t- 't
:v • N • ir.glv fold S-’C' It’* - '
* ‘he s-e«J *er'ton, 'ha’ • r "“ W
• r -:x w»* no’ a' af vmg
f- r t J .■» . in i r *" w e
hr if *• ved ’tie r* *-■ '-•sever
t
r vs , •• • t
who *■ 1 '•■•na'e . n<> : ; r i
nr-' ■ <■.*- a’ '!.* ' r,,-'
tak‘-n » »• •• - - in'y ja ;> nd it
payr.ef f ' -• flr.e T r* !y*
•- .•* s r ..as r.f ---e. • ~ VS
hi* lo T if - r rrec-ne rioe*r. ' ••*' '■)
• rh.e rescue
Amor.g ‘h”-'' re.er.- «•- Meg
V Vs • er.fp. r,* 'h» t r , s-fj V
- .rr - r M ! I
'•o rhe ra Tv* en’v »• .pr • : e«
*r. h ur w-i* ch*r?e.‘ *g;, n«- rr;
Thir’een alleged ape.-d* r* -• rr
the pf ' e fO'lid HO* Jo- /4*e serve
• ,rr<m'ifit ->n did no* tr ;*• r
BRYAN SCORES
WAR OUITTERS
I ntteH Mu*l Fight It
Thru Ho D**c|are*« In
Editorial
IJVfOLN Neb y * ' S'
*ympathy »ho-.;d be w***ed -n h «e
*rre**e-; for infintriofl* itt*'an*ea,
Wiliam fennlr.** Bryan d-* ,ared in
i rne*i edDorlai In todas • i« - ,e
* • p*p»r T v e i'f,mr re-
R‘*ai*'*n r e »o 'he draf* tr waa
'vr.ded a* anarchy
Bef<ire our rra'ion *n'ru a war
.* ;• pn-eter'iy proper ’O and -e ;* - rhe
w i!’ r *if s-otna to *a" . * *re
on te * tf.ee.J when r (-i.gr*s4
ac*- ” the e-sftor;i*l *ai‘d. W<- mu** I
*’*r and 'o£r» ’h«r and frt * ' *hr ;
There are only •wo « 1e» * -*»r
eterv Am er tea n.m u*' r.e on ’h* «lde .
o # The t’nired Hr^tr* ’’
I'ROHIBITION
GETS CONVERT
THRC HOLD-I P
D »h< not a money r,r *, ir
t .' r*T* er ' bu;- a drin'-- .r a e-’;|
- ring you up threa‘ 'ha* **- high j
xavrren hurled at Harry M trgi*,
<n ~ '.l v i figr ‘ora . e y ,i k■ * i
'fc'fv ’old th* police rha’ 'he r-r.,-J j
,p rr.en rook hm. into .v garug. a' j
Rtk -evep av* an-l Vlyr’le -• «nd 1
r a -op* atK,u» hia r.- e -mn-l j
.ng *; .or ae a ranaom f'»' ►
After he had Cfiinplted w!*H*fh»;r
idm and* 'hre. j*atr f f -ai”
' vele from H*r ’’a wag-. 0. 1
Ha r ry i* eagerly awaiting *** co r
I it.g r,t P'olilh tp.n
j h.v.e •« K Harrie U *u’ho r *,f
I nearly novel*. aDho -.i.e rjid no'
*MI *T Dig until h* r hf'ie'h y. , 4 r
Il'rlnllßf— 11. plsln n.ll kin*—|h»|
la rllkl—Tlm»« .Ink Meal.—. Wain t ’.in
Two ( andidates for Mayor of New York City.
v v^f
r.AVOR PjR p OV JJDoC
Jo I* ii r r*t % *ll tr I* •► |, 11, r |» ri t ttiti tnr i»t >fM \ ork * it*. It - i** *• t
♦ are tt i-hoif i In 'he 1 »t«lf |tf m|f n'• In >«*»% nrk i It % raw llirlr *.l r»«f i<!>i t r for
HtA • r l"to I I'• >*n i -iii.tlv |U«ta:* In Kltin - •• -4.it> » Hrooklut » ha
him arlrrfril n% f!i f I nnuinnt mo »!Mdfr Jllrlgr II « lift* liM« »»«*! n
• on«i I* t#mi In p«alltl ilfflaa hr h«• hr! I |n«|la Itl f>» • Ilona fur •«»mr
» r j» r w
pr TROI ? Rl\ ER STEAMFRS Columbia
hg» 808-L0
Week liar* 9 a.m.. 1 i.'IU and 3 p.m. bnmlays—
-9»30 a. m., 2 Ar-T p. m. Retwrniag Arri ve L' ASp. m . Eaatern lime.
lAanring and Ilathing. Fare (Fir.;i I 1 May*r |Uo Children 'J'r
MOONLIGHT with Dancing on Sir. < ninvnbia or Nle. Claire eery
Kvaning Firept Ann. and Mou. N;.TO- I are 40c. (Lscept Hobday*)
bI’.NDAY EVE. Columbia I.nkr Hitlr and Fonrert 40e
fl. liiiaxr. 4-‘...4ern Yl.nA.rA Time All Irl.e Irnm ll.tee Hi.
The riahi t • rtlntH lor i»«r«on •4m >m • •to ho«t* and pork ha raatrtarf.
DETKOir TO Af)
AND KETt RN
\ln .nn. Pnrl Vrlkur
nnA I nrl VV lltlam ril?* tC?D
Nor' » r f\ .V,v «a* i r rr, ,’rArn
]»»4-» f>e ? r - V. * M' ir> -1A v a
W .-tn.T'l , . • A-,•: *’ it 1• . 4 -lra--1
Tr-iok -!• < *• -t <.f Bruab i'.r*et
M-a » b* *• - 1* trl; - l*n- m
fe«4 anl r», no-en'a .1 In*
iJ M and in - r • <*t
Carn for any ;»r' of 'rip on
re-,'i*«*
r-.1i.-. T- rr. !.• h ? P A
Vo r' b*• r n N» a■' -n C“* F• r l
«. \v»** T’herry SVi?
(11l IV »T 4 VMVIIII’V
cUN A R O
Hrr*lnr f'n*aen*er sn-l l *»r»I.M
NEW YOPK LIVERPOOL
NEW YOU K-F At. MOUTH-L ON DON
NEW YORK RRIYTOL
rtrnf'*. M-n.* Hfd»f4 4|»il nr t .Me
l.rrml llrliala. Irela.xl, *ei.a«llaa via.
Ilalr, Ir.ia.f, l'*r»a|*l, *a*la,
, «*lf aerlanA.
T’T *irT »r r,f -n ,- o Apr V
II VT4 TI VT.. V » -f I "cal 4 a .nf*
Mg le. «..aw44«i4
-.1- 4*. 4»ar *. ■» • • . «m»*
No Guess Work
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 1< . 1!»I T.
Wig Steamer PIT-IN-BAY leaves every day
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Do Not Forget
Monday, Aug. 20
Rerouting of Several Car Lines
in the Heart of the City
Will Begin That Day
BRUSH 1.1 NF. -Cars will turn from Monroe avenue to
the SMITH aide of Cadillac Square and then north
on Randolph to (.ratiot Avenue.
MR \TIOT LINK ( 'ar*; will make, the same downtown
loop as the Brush line.
FORT FAST and FORT WEST -Cars will continue to
operate as they have been during track construction
on Cadillac Square, the east side cars turning from
Brush to Congress to Bates; west side cars turning
from Griswold to and north on Shelby to
Fort.
If VMILTON LlNE—Cars will go south on Woodward
to Atwater, then to the Brush street depot, return
ing by way of Brush and Jefferson to Woodward.
HARPER LINE -Cars will turn from Monroe to the
NORTH side of Cadillac Square and back by nay of
Bates, Randolph, Monroe and Bru-h to Macomb.
TRUMBULL LlNE—Pending the completion of the
extension from Michigan to Fort the ears will turn
kouth from Michigan to Griswold to Lamed and north
on Shelby to Michigan.
TrafTie congestion in the heart of the city has long
been unliearable for street car riders. We cannot get
the cars through the blockades in anything like proper
time. This re-routing is designed to help us improve
th*- service.
It is for your good.
Your earnest co-operation is necessary that we may
help you. We cannot do it by ourselves.
If you use the enrs of any of the given above,
please study the arrangement of thes*> downtown
loops. Cut this advertisement out and put it in vour
pocket for ready reference. Then on and after Mon
day go to the right corner for your car.
PLEASIv
Detroit United Railway
K. J. BURDICK. Asst. Gen. Manager .
By Sinnott
—By Pop.

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