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DRAFTFOLK SWAMPED WITH WORK District Hoard To Hold Sessions Far Into the Night Tlir pi> mi< 1 1 nt '* latest interpreta ti"ti ' ■ i!>' draft |;rw with r*-pert tn tii.trn< (i iiv'ii tn i\ tesult in >ome ' tint > iv. ♦ m pa*>v'd cn by h>< il hoard' and w ere thought cbm ed. being r< op< n. and J-tnu ■ <» Muffin, chairman of the <li 'ih-' bond, - ud Monday, that ho i ould onn< oi\o of instance? where. untlor the prc-mlent'? ruling, a local board might b«> justified in ordorinc a r* hearing It would bo possible for Instance, for a man who 1 id boon prevented bv illnov~ or other legitimate na-nn- from put*inn in hn exemption claim and had boon certified to the district board as < 'uri'do for service, to file a belated petition and have it act rd on Hut cum sos sheer foruot fulness will stand no ahow what cv ( r. The president's ?‘and on the de pendent". qu> ?’h»n is in exact ac cord with fh* policy of the district in ital Fron the outset tlie board ha? taken the position that the wlvo of drafted men should not In for. i'd to , o out and • ara their own I‘ving It is only In cases when the wives have independent incomes or there is « certainty that they Will ill* provided foi hy rein tiv*s ti it the husbands haxe i>< • n f< rred to >:o. Hi * if’. the diioH. t hoard will f old ail nano s rrrtitb'il to them two day- 't. • i(., pi day ii;.p- at p»»i h • \;ti •. *• vc tlo clerical fore, an oppor'urnty to y. t them on the record. The list- have been com* it;: in -nch numbers the last two or three da%~ fha* 'he clerks are he ed w th work and 1* has ’.ten found necessary to increase the force to about 2’> Front now on the hoard v !! he tn nlnu*?* contlnu ou- session from early in th»> morn Inc tin'll far into 'ho rush* The hoard has been advised that posfe'hr, impIIVCH receiviflk' lee t» n t , ; n fi’ •* . '!! e > and |' ' iii ■< id ’-i . offle at - no* He;! ,•* from r n.irv --rvi » '1 h«' fc < r< • v ing ver $ 1 >n t • ! f • non r** «p( rtlvelv . ate entitle-*, » \e*np t;on -in!\ 1f *he> cannot he replaced. All the delinquent local boards have tow reported Division No Lfi was last under the wire I* certified IrC,1 r C, names Mor lay morn lm: Highland Fark. whose draft ofb( lap I.m ! r awn much iii'icUm for *1 . ir slow nr 's, flnallx 1 »nic thru wi'h »7 names la’- Saturday af' ernnon. Anions ’h r men cranted c*. tnp ttons hy t},e di-Tlct hoard Monday wa- I icn.c Walter Wfifth* i di vir •>• .'uilfti' at Alma coll.-re He DKTItOIT TO AND BKTI'KN \in *mi. Port Xrlhur mol i <>r( xxiiiii.ii. DlOoßQjiiJ it' r-rn Nnvg«flon C •. st.arn rr- bn- r I*•• t r it a i in Monday? (Vc,if,p-,ln . and ■'i’ ll hv.., Grand Trunk >h C> t if Brush Street M al- b-ith. idc trips, dan.-es tea* and enterta nm- nt? —all In ,l I |n ymir I ■ t I'are f r any part of trip on r* iu- sf keta f ' L« Itch, P r I N'lrtto rn N'ax-tg .t!,->n Cos„ 63 Uort St Wel I’herrv Ij, K I » it' '» *sati <l*tlg I*• Cn I tLifi II 09 F <»r (valaixt. Pttl?- urgh and potioa luulft laily 10 4, p m. an 1 K - I « la. if • i «-|/t p .i. la) F,r X i" i.a, M»ik nac I, 4m>« •nl alur-lara X ft o p rtj IV'l cn lay* ai F riday* *xo a in Cen tral tin,a 11 -,i n r* rt> •• f ,t f Tl.trd t.inui CHy Vt'kat 'flu, 1 1 Urta wold .trill Fliui.o Chari jr (.1* ; Pgj^WHIT^TARUNEJ .* XX'h.irf foot of trl»wn -1 «• Ka»t#rti . t'm» F-r It,* fUl* 1 »»hm "0 I’ai a and * it it ,-oti >.i j,'»rt» -'tini'f* l"a\a 'k !>*• rr, t :a v .... i : s'it,day x is a in . irl 2 2(i p rt a I4 !• m -i, lava. Jam an: X pm Sunday rn y »«tr* a'gtaani-T ' the I la'a. Tl.hm -o Park ni? and A f a> ! p for i i--d , and , F u|iir l.a’Mi *' - »>'(•, le \*■ tally * .19 "'l ;> i.i tl [i n 'ii lay* ? r 1 v« II i ni and t 10 p rn Kor Sugar . j« and. * a m . 2 20 am., S 19 i> in. "* md < t m cn l ihlflVjmTl r [h i | “ ‘^LINEftaRAal FARE S2°o I . EVERY DAV EXCEPT SUNDAY J tiifeHaanwMMM*raJ nt- Illy ll.krt 4tfM<-r, l-M lirUntU SI. nl— — 1 r * I'rlntriK -rho (.Inin ittnl g ln-4 — ll. o» la rlii ht —Tlmra .(oh Itrpt. —Xlnln l’>3(l, Ilf * • I>itf Steamer PUT-IN-BAY leaves every day N at 9:00 a. m. Eastern Time for * J > Put-in-Bay, Ced a r Point, Cleveland and Sandusky tv **»*M nml l mr< iii (Hr lln.». * * M • 'v tin Ili lii u llrmliM nl llofh riMnrti. llmirln* un Ihr Hunt. I'ln n l , ur«-b*«- mm “ ■ | l*ut-ln-Bnr I'irr, linn IS hour*' atopt| larr ||. UnilKrinnr 1 " r,h JV| Mintlnna. «|. excursions j ,rH 7.o™vsr-i.V’ ,H '*■* CLEVELAND Daily at 9:00 a. m. «1.75 one way. moonlight excursions '.5r!:."?.,,:: 4 * 'III. I IMNh I - ., hlllin, nl*u If* *r* i,« !) p. Hi, nrrk fur l’iit-ln- H*» nml 't|,mlil<k *. I*rimrlnrra \»hlc» A lln»tH» **tr. lln f. *lri»rt X\ hnrf. Knatrrn Tlmf. Chatham Thame* River Wallaceburg Sydenham To Chatham Wndimmlay. Thursday, Saturday, Sunday Tn Waliac > burg and Walpole Island Tuesday, Friday. INDIAN I' \IK \T WALPOLE ISLWP. APfi. .51 I nrn nml I nlmr lln*. 11l «f eh any* T.'ifl I Ml.lrrn We. Hum lrn«r« II imlntpl, ntrrrt itnrk l» it. m., rellirn n NUN! p m John Vfom.ni, Mutineer. produced affidavit* from several l‘e trott minis?, r otto hitoih* r No. ill** Concord iivc., wore that h* was "sound and w. ||" at the tint, of his physi cal examination He produced a doctor's statement tn support of his claim for exemption that he was suf ferine from flat feet, a rapid heart, defective vi ion and other Ills The district hoard arc# pted his lira* statement, and s* nt his name to 1 .an sin* Harold Movrisen, No 2:?<*.7 Third ave , wa- granted an exemption on occupational grounds lie is man ay. r for Erdman tluider company, which is making Red Cross ambit lance bodies. t'harles A Gadd. business man ager of the hoard of education, or der.-d the loi il tiraft hoard- out nt tiie schools b> S. fit 1 Monday morn lug. when the chairmen «»l ’fit- 2*l hoards in l>< 'toil held a meeting in Hte council chambei- in the city ball H<- aid that the building? would be needed for ft:• - regular school pur poses after 'hat time. The- boards iiad met to discuss with ' 1 1v ' btk Lindsay some uni form ' •'hod for tin handling of the drafted m.-it and Hair transporta tion to t amp Cu.-'er, Hattie Creek Some of the < hafrnten declared 'hat by S»pt. t practically all of would have been completed and that the hoards I need lit 11< I d* ft .on’ It was agreed, however, that there ! would be a number of re examlna Hons and this would hriug drafted 1 men to the '( bools Mr (.add said he thought tin board of education might a< rommoduf. tin- local hoards with and« k room in basements, but a representative of one of the hoards declared that he did not think th< t ■ arils houhl continue to use the schools when the pupils i w ore using th» rn "The character of many of the i men who showed up before our , hoard, h- «iil. was such 'ha? I' ■ would he i';advisable to have them in the schools w fieri the pupils are j there." I’h awoke an . din from most of th< otboj l.c ml jii.-mhcr.' present All si I th.\ lid not want this to tn- constrmd a a r* flection on the men tier wore going to carry the j ftgh' to ti * kaiser, but that there were - Hough umh -H rabies to make !it unwtso to have th» conscripts i hanv around the schools perusal of instructions then eon I vlncod the hoard numbers that *hev 1 I id authority to rent offle -and i f wa> -1- e-1d• -■ t to l»-t each, hoard go j out md hu-tle up an office for itself j this week Hoard members voted to have opy ( . rt-: ! indsax appoint a com mlttet of f' r- »- local exemption offi c r to act with the city clerk and I'd ward T Fitzgerald, seer* tarv to the mayor to arrange for transpor tatlon of the drafted men ?<> Hattie ('r. ek cry Cl* rk Lindsay, who presided at the mec'mg, appointed Frink c. Ilyan, Robert K Davis and C K Houle as sueh committee Negro Speeder Jailed. \\ liter Jon--. Negro, T* vears old. N’o ire, Hat * ford ave . w«« sen fenced to 1" days in jail for driving V> miles an luttir on Uusselbsf . Sun day, while under the Influence of liquor lb as arrest. *d hy Patrol men Wandrie and McPherson. A wH** Spend Labor Day in Cleveland Kr.Jox- n two or three-day trip to i "l-’X i'ln nd The ln.it oppor tunity fur h holiday trip fhl* a tmm-'r Pb-nty of time for -IK ,t- aeelng. Round Trip Excursion Fare *3.00 Tt.kcta good leaving Satur day, Sept. lit. X.S'X a in.. I" p. in. and ll p m., or Sundax nt Id 4,’> and 11 p tn Return iPopiort leave Cleveland Mon day « X<» a m . 1 4.S p m arid It p. in. arriving h'-me Tu >'* day f, '(■> a m (Central tlnin s’. -cute ’taferooms ist n 1 van •* in TMiur xxii (ii XKl.tMt x xx ii. tmix i (tui'txi. • 111 I lehrt OfTlce. IM 4.r(a**old stean.era leave f«».t» of I'hlrH in mx •« t'K ; xiMitrs CUN A R D Itrirntur Pnaaeniter nnd ( nrgo Srn Ire? NEW YORK—LIVERPOOL NEW YORK-F MMOUTH-LONDON NEW YORK-DRISTOL llrntta, Mnney Urtlera, Xtnll nr 4 nhle. (•reat llrltnln. Irelnnd, i- iindlnn»la, Italy, France, Piirtugnl. *>puln, inlttrrlanE, For further information apply 21 V| \rt *T , X \ ,(ir t.oral Ig-nl. WlAYNniOTTM^^^Zliil “Couzens and Marquard Are Fired,” Josh Wireless Tells Mayor, Who Hurries Home Mayor Marx r. turned to his desk In the city hall Monday morning after having been absent from the city for three w.-t ks , He was stir prised to find the (if-* hall still standing Wireless ni»-s ig. which had reached him on his trip indl cat.d that I‘droit had been Ju?l about turn.-d upside down during his absence. While the mayor w,«> on* in the middle of Lake Superior and all wa . peaceful, even the broad expanse of the lake’s ample bosom being as placid as a tlnv pond. th» re came to him in rapid succession two bun derbolf*. The wireless apparatus ~n hoard the Nokorni*. tn. splen did yacht of Horace E Dodge, on which Mayor Marx was a guest, suddenly began to splutter and then t uniformed page took Max or Marx two Mareonigrams Til. fli -t -Ln ed by W H C. Hindle, president of the common council and acting mayor, read Hhvc r-move-f C men* and Mxr quardt temporarily. Will observe \ our wishes as t-> su‘■ ••ssors pre vld.'d wire is t.'erfx.il hy M tiday night. The mayor hnd not recovered from his astonishment when he hap poned to think of the other sheet in Ills hand It was a Mareonlgram from Edward T Fitzgerald, the mayor’s secretary, and read. Hindi- making tr able A*k« r*Hi: nati-n <,f (••■mnossl n- r C- uz.-ns nn-i orders rninplaints against rmnn and HchnMder w thdrawn M’lre Im ni-'dint.. instr'p-ttons Press femands your positi n The wireless spluttered ngnir and again the page approa- hed Hie FEAR JOKER IN SOLDIER INSURANCE Solons Think It May Force Married Men Into Army WASHINGTON, Aug. 2S Anew figh* in congress to preserve the rig v *s of married men under the drait is pending. Fearful Its’ the rnldiers’ insurance hill will he re uard* and as sufficient grounds for nul lifylng lependen v < iaims from the head of a household, amendments will he offered to clearly a- flne this point. The provost mi.rsbaT general’s of fi • holds "th«re is no ground exemption of tnarrlel m-n except depend. -nctev |f ) t v providing for the dependents both before and ; fter th>‘ death of the * »n stipp'.rt Ing them is pa- <!, tfe claim for ex einptlon would he weakened " "We must safeguard the married man under this hill,” Senator Weeks aid today The danger is very '.-reat that a tremendous injustice •111 h< don*- if tin act is construed ’ha* \»av," a- construed hy the pro xost marshal genmal’s office Senator Lewis said: "The men ure must he m id* to sav exactly wha’ it means It certainly is not t 'ended to mean that married mt n with dependents shall b( forced into the draft army " This point prnmis.s to h-* the only one on which any great fight will center when congress takes up th< hill Senator Simmons, who will fie in charge of it, -ay- ’he finance commit’., will the measure thru to a favorable report, x' !*h practically no changes or hear ings npposiflor to the general soldier insurance has been laid to private insurance con panic- l-v Chairman Adamson, of the house interstate and foreign commerce committee and by -en.itor«. who say ir.-urance turn are trying to emasculate the hill. FIGHT BEGUN TO OUST GOMPERS “Workmen’s Council” Holds First Meeting In Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA, Aug 2k Or sanitation of a workmen’s council, to oppo-e present leaders of the American Federation of l<abor is un del- way h. r-\ Fifty seven local unions, repre sent-r| by 117 delegates, pled ted their support to Hu new organiza tion at a preliminary me-ting "This i. riot a figlit against the American Federation a- ti labor <>r ganlzalion,” said Edward F Cas sidy, N- w York, at this meeting "It Is a fight against the reactionary leaders in that organization, such as Samm l Hompers." $350,000,000 FOR DESTROYERS Daniels Will Ask That Much To Carry Out \nti- I "-Float Plans WASHINGTON, Aug 2« A new appropriation of at least f r.o,tMsr,ijO» for destroyer- will he a«keq of con gross this week hx Secretary Dan lets Supplementary plants <n shipyards for destrovers manufacture. Dnniejs (flw, (W ould ..bi' built He declined lo say ?mw many destroyer? wAuld lm sought. He lidded that the ap propriation might he made more than stSiT,ftrtO,f»Ot>. This is the flrs* step toward assembling gr» if mini ber> of destroyer* to h- at thf P boat, announced by Secretary D.m i*ls recently. I’rlnllnx—tbr l-lnln nenf kln.l—that la rlaht—Tlmea Jnh lir|,( Unln fXjn DETROIT TIMES mayor, who was pacing the quarter deck Tlie new mess ige sen* hln w ildly pacing the hd* de k. He felt that il (he wtrepsi kept on splut tori ig he would soon be pacing a deck nnd a half .i* lea Ihe boy took h m another ye’li-w siieet It was fnnr a new.»;>H|i»r and said- Acmt'cH removal <'f>u/ens hy M n Ule prearranged WiiiM appreciate full statement frimi >on Wire our f \ ferine. Mayor Marx th> n .deserted the two thirds deck and dashed down to the gangway. "Full steam ahead." was the or der h*> gave the engineer As the sharp prow of the beautiful yacht cut Into the limpid water he wrote this wireless message; I'm ? g!\ r out statement until T l< n w more about the matter Ex pert full statement from I'itKKerald nt IP-ughf-in tomorrow. Will wlre l-'S- mv position then The mayor then began to pace the decks, not missing one from the quarter to the seven and a half. H-- was perturbed and deep furrows formed thenc-ohes on his brow and oh* •ks \ kind fr iend led him down to the table* when It came time to eat dinner He said he had no np Pelite, hqi. he would sit at the table and look as cheerful as possible. The little hoy in blue approach cd again. He had one of those awful yellow sheets in his hand again and he placed it in front of sh. mayor If was another wireless, unsigned, to this effect: Easy Morx T'innsrs lire r>n you Then the mayor tumbled that he was being spoofed MILL PROFIT 25c PER BARREL Millers Agree lo (irind Crain On That Basis During War MINNEAPOLIS. Minn, Aug 28 Maximum profits of millers on the wheat crop of ITH7 have been ten tatlvely fixed by agreement with the food administration at Washing ton, as follows Hour 25e a barrel, mill feed f»bc a ton This developed today In formal lisrusslon among Minneapolis mil lers The millers’ national committee xx ill soon present this tentative agreement to the millers generally for formal acceptance. The millers are already under pledge to abide by It. The plan is for the federal food administration, through its newly or ganized food corporation, to buy the wheat at the terminal markets, at a price to be fixed hy the Hoover committee now considering this problem at Washington The millers will, in turn, buy the grain at that priee from the food eorpornflon They will then grind it into flour and mill feed and sell the products at net profits not ex ceeding those stated CIRCUS “QUEEN” IS MARRIED HERE Hird Millman, "queen of the air ” with Harnum A- Hailey's circus, wa« one of the interested parties Ir a quiet wedding Sunday night. She became th»* wife of John C. Thomas, of Pittsburgh, the ceremony being performed tn Central Mcrhoiisi church hy the Rot Weldon F Cross land Mr Thomas had been infer ested in Miss Millman ever since he saw her take a tumble In Pea Moines. la., three years ago Fob loving the wedding there wn« a wedding supper in the Tuller "I Am Redcl^’ And Your Dealer is Ready with TIRES THTS is Cord Tire Week lor Firestone in Detroit. Special effort has been made to meet the demand of wise motorists in this city. See your dealer * arly while stocks are full and you won’t be disappointed. Like our hero, Paul Jones, you will find Firestone Super size Cords always ready’’ for any road emergency sure fcnp, extra resiliency, greatest strength, finest uppeamnee, MOST MILES PER DOLLAR. FIRESTONE TIRE ANO RUBBER COMPANY ( nr, I nnlf Id A Unnilnnrd. Ilfirnlt, M If h. Ilomr llfflff nmf Kmlnri , Ikmn, Ohln llmni'hr* nml l)f*lrr< Kiss) nhrrf. HOOVER CUTS j SUGAR PRICES WASHINGTON. Aug 2S Ameri ran householders aro to have ch<-ip • r nugar- but they numt not u-i* hi much of It. Herbert Hoover, returninr from f’hir ago today after i cnafrrrn* r with meat packers, *hi<! b» ginning Ort 1 there will he a cut of 1 1 Jr a pound below present prices At the same time he warned that the allies are alread> on sugar rations and it will lie necessary for tb* American public to economize. I’nder an agreement between the food administration and the I'ni'td States fleet Sugar producers, their crop will be available at lower prices. Cuban sugar is commanding exorbitant prices, and th" chief pnr tion of that crop will r.o: arrive un til 1 »*•( ember With the cut In American beet sugar, it is estimated that the Cuban price also will b* sliced. Meantime Chairman Garfield of th* wheat price fixing hosrd met with consumers. staking lower bread prices He expects to finish bis wheat work this week, so that he may devote hij» entire time to his coal work The \meriean Horn* 1 I'ronnmies associa’lon has present ~| the food administration with a brief claiming that bread prices Are Your Responsibilities So (■ t That mi Should SllkxfllW Mothered With Poor Tt\th7 wH If so von 'il t HkflKwttWallowing It X kv • r ' * ti h t "i < ram ■H . Hr lh n« \\ X ltd illh. I'» I ilt, 1 l«hi <1 <>i i r I<> * ••;» r » enlnlrsv 1 *trni' lion l.iniriiiilinl. II i n>«- "I or \ IlHllaril XI r X I »<* 111 un ji |«l>l lon I Inn (<• turn' 1111-nf I'Ml n for ' havr nnrk ilonr Mint •!:i » fliri i-onir I 'ilitr I'l miihi I • ,i,« ii -n i«Mi—fur eiti i rxamliiatlvn nmi ttiiMsli x . . llffltt Ilnur* —Unlit from s ». m tn » i> m. xu'«\|v ' <fc undnv» Mini hnllilnt*. !' h. m. to 4 |i. in. I.mlj nt tr mlnn t h nt nil times. fW DR. 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