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    Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - June 16, 1916, Lowell, Massachusetts                                'S, f ,'N 'THE "WEATHER 'Unsettled, probably show- ers tonight i and Saturday; slowly rising, temperature. THE LOWELL SUN 6 O'CLOCK 1878 LOWELL MASS.1 FRIDAY JUNE 16 1916 14 PAGES 1 CENT Tax Commissioner Fixes .As- sessments on Local Telephone and Telegraph Companies A' new. law having to do with the assessment of taxes so far as they concern telegraph and telephone cor- por'atlons' tins become operative ,-this year ana today the board of assessors received from the tax commissioner a'certincatlon of "the will to the value of conduits, wires, ma.chin.ery and poles laid i lii'.publlo' and private ways, underground. This is in accordance with chapter 137 of the acts of 1915. It is uncier this act that the method of assessment on this class of prop- erty has been changed so that  Mniric BOT.S Become Midshipmen at ,Naval Academy.. June following' New -Englanrlers we.re adr m'ltted 'as Viidshipmen yesterday: Richard'1 S. Marsh. George H. Bnrnham, Harold C. Fitz, Roswcll B. Daggctt, Kfancfs ,T. Thomas, Max D. Berry and Harold R. Parker, all 'Of Massachu- Paul Mijler ari'cl Merrill F. Spraul, both 'of'Maine; DEATHS years surveyor_ of Erwin. for 25 1'nmber' for the Pratt .t Forrest Co.. died yesterday at his home. S Crane avenue, aged 49 years. He. leaves his wife. Mnry (to- ley) Brwln; two daughters. Mary IT... and Beatrice C.: two sisters. Mrs. Lawrence Con'sldins-ami-Mrs. William Barry, flic latter in Ireland, and three brothers.- -Edward in Ireland., and Charles arid Thbm.is Brwln. Deceased was a member of the EsRlcs. the Mill Men's unWn and the Holy Name society of St: Patrick's church. IX SUPKHIOK COURT At 11 o'clock this forenoon, owing to the settlement of several cases. Judge Fell adjourned the civil session of Superior court till Monday morning. In tfct cases 'Of George Perry and Jlrs Terry vs. the Comier. Citizen Company a verdict was rendered al- lowing >100 for Mr. Terry and for the wife fo- ailf ___ IT WILL OPEX AT SrilI.VGFIELD-OX 'JUSB' WILL LAST THKBK DAYS The annual convention of the Asso- ciation of Massachusetts Elks will open in Kpringneld..Thursday, June 22, with a business session at 3 p. m. A street parade, will he Held at 8 p. m.. under_ the direction of, Warden James A. Gibbons, witli prizes for the largest delegation, lodge coming the longest distance, the best band, shortest Elk and so forth. Friday, June 23, the second business session will open at 10 a. m. and at 10.30 a. m. the ladies will leave tho Elks' home for auto rides, through the. beautiful Forest park and ttie suburbs of SpringHcld. jLurtch served at the Oxford Country club in Chicopce Falls. There will be a busi- ness session of'the convention1 at 2.30 p. m. and at S.30, p. m. a big informal dance in the great Municipal Audito- rium, one of the -largest and most at- tractive halls in the country. Saturday. June all hands. will start at 10 a. m. (ladles included.) for lliverside park, the-inland Coney Is- land, where the big annual clambake win be held. Transportation will be furnished to anrl from the park. There will'be. a field 'day with sports for the brothers and the ladies, beside the clams. Steamers will leave every hour for those who prefer to go to the park by water. 45 Minute Follows Re-Nomination l of President Wilson 1 i I Hailed as Second Bryan Pledges Submitted at IFodayts Session Endorses ated Americans of Woman Suffrage Recognized UERLIJf REPORTS FilEXOH. AT- TACKS "OX- GBR3IAX: L1XE UXSL'CCESSFLfL BERLIN. June 16, via'London, till attacks' delivered :by the French j'csterday and last night on tho German line-along thefsouthern slope of Dead Man hill CVerdun front) were unsuccessful, the-war o'ffice announced today. In the first attack the'.French A despatch to tho Central from Petrograd that the effectiveness of the Rus- sian artillery In their great Gallclau Cunduued tu pave eleven constructive legislation, with those of any party of any time.' Wo found- our country, hampered by Epecial privilege, a vicious tariff, ob- solete banking laws, and an inelastic currency. Our foreign affairs were doriilnatcd by commercial'interests for their selfish ends. The republican, par- ty, despite repeated im- potent to correct abuses; which It had fostered. Under our administration, under a leadership which has never faltered, these abuses have been cor- rected and our -people have been freed therefrom. Our archaic banking and currency system, prolific of panic and disaster under long the refuge of tho money has been: supplanted by the federal reserve act. a true democracy of. credit under government control, -already proved a bulwark :In a -world crisis, mobilizing1 our, resources, plac- Contlauril flo DIIKF three EFFECTIVENESS .DUE: TO USE OF BIG JAPANESE GUNS LONDON' June 16- I COLISEUM. St Louis, Mo. June 16.-- 11.26 a m, chairman James called th'a convention to order. COLISEUM. 1130 a James had called for the platform fro'rn the resolutions committee, but it was not yet'ready. Mo., June 16.1 delegates the reading to Senator been called .Walsh, of .and Senator'Hollia I "of -.New Hampshire. Senator .Walsh to order by Chairman prayer j startcd tne reaaing immediately: Middlesex Trust Co, Sts, INTEREST Begins on IN THE "SHALL" CHALIFObX It is the "SHALL" in Chalifoux, the determination to make our store a store of the people and for the people, that .has caussd our natn'e to become a household word in the homes.of Lo.wcM citizens. We are fast climbing the ladder of. suc- cess. Every day we strive to be a little bit brighter, bigger and busier. It is the Cbalifoux "SHALL" that is carrying us up to rounds, and it is'the Chalifoux "SHALL" that wjlf be with us when we reach the top; Effle Knapp, High School.Commer- cial Dept. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 30 Bank Open Saturday Evenings was offered by Rabbi Leon Harrison of St. Louis. Chairman James called for the re- port of the platform committee but it >vas not ready and the convention set- tled down to wait. At 11.43 Chairman James announced The first applause given the platform was for' the 'endorsement 'of the admin- istration. Endorsement' of the Underwood tar- iff act was given general' applause. The much discussed plank on Ameri- canism, drawn by President Wilson. that the platform report -would inade in a few minutes. be j himself, .was .interrupted by handclap ping. Its denunciation of conspirators In a response to a request from dele- for the advancement of foreign intlu- gates to fix the time and place for! ence In this country was roundly: ap- rresident Wilson and plauded as was its criticism of disloy- notfficatlon of Vice-President Marshall of their' re- alty.by some Americans. nomination. Chairman James explain- Declarations- for military prcpared- de that it was the plan to confer.first, ness were also uniformly, applauded, with the candidates. Close attention was given the: plank Senator Reed of Missouri then made relating-to foreign policies. There, WAS a speech to fill in the time. {occasional scattering applause and The burden'of Reed's speech was l cheers, an attack on the nomination of Mr. Hughes because he was from the supreme court bench. Mexican Flank Applauded 'The Latin-ArnVrlcan policy plank got greeted tho Demonstration, for Suffrage- When the woman suffrage plank was reached .the galleries started a demon- stration. Prolonged cheers, applause >ind whistling. its reading.. The. suffrage plank got more of a demonstration from the men than It did from the women. Wrhen the trcadins. .of the. platform was finished Chairman Stone moved Us adoption, Lomasney For Iri.sh Plnnk Martin Massachusetts delegate, objected to the adoption. It turned out that Lomasney wanted to.put in a plank to express the sym- Vathy of'th'e' coiWeritiftrt'with' the "peo- ple of Ireland." Mil f "Raus mit roared-a Maryland; delegate. The convention rocked with laughter. NOTICE! Members of Local 14SS Mill Men are requested to meet at Carpenters' hall, 'this evening at' 7.30. to take action on the death of Brother Erwin. Per order, THOMAS L1NXOTTE, Pres. Irish Tag Day Lady Volunteers Meet TOMGHT IIIBEKMAN K.VLL, S P. M. Senator Stone was given prolonged some applause, but more applause when he took the stand to Mexican plank. report the platform. I Aftcr concluding. tho Mcxican plank. Sen. Walsh Heads Platform 'Senator Walsh was relieved by Senator After a brief introductory address he Kollls. Steel Garages OUR SPECIALTY No exlra charge for erection SO miles of Alsb contractors for tin and. sheet metal work. General jobbing. BAY STATE SHEET METAL WORKS J. MA.QUIRE, J. BRYAN, Prop.3. 05 Applcton SI. Acar nmrk Gamge. For Tel. 1000 DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM Wilson Administration Endorsed 'Hyphenated Americans Repudi a ted ST. LOUIS. June platform submitted to the convention is as fol- lows: The democratic party in convention assembled adopts the foHowinE: decla- ration to the end that the people of the'United States may. both realize (he achievements wrought by four years of democratic administration and be apprised of the policies to which the party is committed for the further conduct of national affairs. Record or Achievement M'e endorse the administration of Woodrow Wilson. It speaks for itself. It is the best exposition of sound dem- ocratic policy at home ann abroad. challenge comparison of cur rec- ord, our keeping of pledges and our Here is a loving cup per- colator for a loving couple. Where is the bride Tvonld not adore it? who A "Made be found. in America'' that can Lowell Electric Light Corp., 29-31 Market Street Telephone 821. COLISBOM. 1214 p. Stone entered the Coliseum. He told that the United Press had violated Us pledges not. to release for publtci- tion the platform as perfected full committee on resolutions until It was presented to the convention. Ber cause of this "violation." Senator Stons consented to an immediate publication platform. r COLISEUM, June 12.26 Senator Stone was introduced to prew sent the" platform. COLISEOM, June reading of the platform was concluded at :1.20p. m.. ana Senator .Stono moved' tha adoption of the platform report. COLISEUM. June Fergu- son of Texas.-presented a. minority, report from the "platform committee, offering a substitute" for the plank'ori woman suffrage. T. K. Commission .and 70 Cnrver Santli rcncc. Mass. Telephone 2315. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE We will sell at Public Auction the premises 13< West street, Law- rence, Mass.. MONDAY, JUNE 19. 1918, at 10 o'clock a.m.. personal property of the late A. H. Fall, contractor, also stable and land at 134 West street, Lawrence, Mass. The personal properly consists S pairs of horses, one pair of mules, one driving horse, double and single dump carts, ten ton truck, five ton truck, stone jiggers, hay wasons. sleds, log- ging rtgslngs. pole riggings, singla and double harnesses, democrat wagonj Concord wason. farming tools of-every description, blankets, tools, office-flx- tures, etc. Everything that goes with, a first class contractor's business. Goods may be inspected at any.tirna previous to Real estate to be sold at 3 p. m. Lot of land consisting of 9809 sq. ft. and stable consisting of -1 stalls and two large rooms for offica and The only available; stable suitable for the contracting business in the city of-Lawrence. to be sold without limit or reserve to the highest bona fide bidder. cash, fcalc rain or shine. r. White. Auctioneer. SUN BUILDING Xow is the time to thosa old roots and decayed teeth extracted. Dr. Allen .can do it without a, par- ticle of pain by using his wonder- ful EU-COLA. 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