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   Grand Traverse Herald and Traverse Bay Eagle (Newspaper) - March 11, 1913, Traverse City, Michigan                                Twice a OLDEST PAPER IN MICBIGAN NORTH OF GRAND 1858 AND TRAVERSE BAY EAGLE Covers the Grand Trav erse Region VOL L1V TRAYKRSE CITY OKAND T11AVERSE COUNTY MICHIGAN TUESDAY l 11 NO 20 SEARS ROEBUCK COMPANY SMALL FOR SERVICE CONTRADICTED TWO EMPLOYES SWORE RECEIVED LESS MONEY Claims That Low Wages for Women Does Not Affect Tnei Morsls Peculiar Stand for Philanthropist Chicago Man Uosen prfsiiicnt 01 Roebuck t kncwn philanfhriipi heard two irl employes of his com pany flatly contradict his tpslimcnv befoie the Mlilois SeLlIto committee probing white slavery and its per week was sworn more rei A prrtty it testiitcd addn ten iiou for weekly Rosenwald denied affcctcd Liils going than ld giri LEAGUE SCHEDUL nST HAS BEEN SUBMITTED BY W H OLSON OF MANISTEE Contracts Have Been Sent to Two Southpaw Heavers and Moun tain State Outfiedrer WANTS PARDON Albert Gnrlock Asks Chief Johnson to Recommend Him A Idler was received by Iolico Johnson Ibis mornin bert nn inmate of reformatory asking ilini he mend tho prisoner for pardon lock was arrested some years ago on a robbery charge anil received a fif teen year sentence lie was returned io Ionia live years ago after breaking liis parole lie slated dial he has al ready reeeived Judge Maynes recom mendation and Ihat lie expected liis to rome iiefore tile board of par dons a I tlieir next meeting FREMONT CREAMERY TAKES LONG STEP IN ADVANCE Dairy Industry in Western Michigan Has Shewn Steady Growth Recently Kremon March Fremont reamory company has decided lo help along1 the work of development in Michigan ami with this end in view hired a dairy expert Thi man is RobertII Addy v ho is a graduate of one of tile short courses of lie Michigan Agricultural college ami has had four years experience herdsman of a dairy The management of ereamery i Working on the proposition dial if the fanners in die vicinity of Fremont are helped to solve the problems that arise in connection with of dairy cows that the increase in the amount of will lie sufficient to the cost of the expen This Held man is to be an advisor to the patrons of the ereamery in mat frs as concern separators cream sini milk froding dairy manage ment tuberculin testing There has few cotiraiemcpj WAS PASSED UNANIMOUSLY THE SENATE TODAY AWAITSGOVERHORSSIGNATURE MEASURE PARTICULARLY AP PLIES TO THE BIG CITIES Will Enable Detroit to Vote on Ciec of Municipal Ownership of Street Railways at Spring Elections MBS ELIZ4 COX iong Suffering Ended Home at East Bay Afler two years illness Mrs ox aged years Thursday al the home of her daugh ter Airs IM in ICast Hay township with whom slio had made liehome for some time One son ThrK and Mrs tile daughter survive Kuneral scrvios were held Sat urday morning al Ill oclock from S Francis cnurcli Father officiat ing Ern ounoTiTiiTF GG SUBSTIIU1E FOLLY OF BUYING THEM GHOWN UP BY STATE Starch in This Guise Is Made o Pay Advertisers Handsome Profit The by State Hairy and Komi inspectJ under the Helme ionstrated tllis ilennrtment issue all ll til NEEDHAM COLLEGE FACES OF EXPANSION ERA PLANS SHOWN AT BANOUET ENJOYABLE EVENT WAS AT PARK PLACE HELD President Conil Took Public Into Hi Confidence and Explained Pians For Making Traverse Cit Educational Center TO CELEBRATE Observe SixtySecond sary Tomorrow Anniver Washington March Clark who is about to have Ins tenure as speaker renewed will celebrate his sixtysecond birthday anniversary to morrow Congratulatory telegrams have been pouring in upon the speak er from all sections of the country both on his anniversary and his unani mous choice by dm democrat ic caucus for the speakership Friends in Wash ington in the house arid senate and members of lie national committee to day presented the speaker with a handsome oil portrait of himself department issue showing tile com n FKg Substitute h starch an1 analin Since that lime the dr part incut j From liocas Dei Torn Panama comes The word tlia las T Callahan star outfielder is willing to sign up wiii the Resoriors for the coming season He will report as soon as Possible tit eirher New York Gave lon or New Orleans provided a tract given him Hillings has him to effect that no material is Kdng without be ing first looked over by one of iie directors and has the np plicants letter to C Hull who will sail from for Pana ma in a short time vVhrn faliahan is notified that one of the direriuis will make frit to Panama express ly for tbo purpcs of signing him up hn will 1Orin sine thai bis record as a oH player ha rebelled die Imied Siaie and Ihat he is some fielder alir all IVmtracts were yosterday southpaw Iwirbrs who nav cords behind thorn and ti GRANGE GATHERING AT SUMMIT CITY WAS ENTHUSIASTIC g placed on One of liiese pTe of which was is this was found t about SO per cent 1 casein and is per cent wate with a yellow coal tar dye Another egg substitute called Sol Food Product submitted from Detroit for analysis was found to be Attendance Wns Good Despite Weather Pertinent Topics Were The Ncedliam College bam ijiiet given Iriday night at flic1 Iark Place was an event of more than or dinary importance It brought a rep resentative company togclhor for so cial enjoyment ami it emphasised the success dint this institution has made new management and dcm in conclusive manner the the people have in Trav erse and tile great future that is in store for it and the bcMtefits thai will ccme to the city by tin advanced linos of thought and active work that ral housewives as to I1 Kv t le pro sucli a snbslilnte ol lllc college a a I his able band a common workers A verv Hour makin i Con in tied Oil Page tho case starcb is riorn LSfO p A D IT C D ILU 3 til hid lAKttn SHELBY M FROM CULLOM RETIRES U S SENATE s Makes Senator Gnllincjcr Oldest Member in Point of Service M ii higa n count ry t ha u In addition to the plan tried out by the loa creamery a Ken county lias ttiven iHnsirafd lectures dairy iti c a tin tiiber of t he between I the aim of dies 10 stimulat an inter ing knowing that die more formed regarding the inc largr the fit cows that FACTS ABOUT ROADS Have Been Asked Man for by Ohio to s die Mountain State leairne yiar be bit in the neiuiiborheo and if he is able TO come where this war 1 ere ho taking on H of Manistee has i re int Ii Mr rn Michigan eail i oti malt who ha s be OIHI Mir iljg curred die I lie peach maja dami listricts well supplied widi cd Xamf those the big banquet that was scheduled for noon They were joined by nvni hers of the grangers at Kk Lake Old Mission and Kas Hay This afternoon was given over to a series of heart to heart talks re garding matters dear to tho grangers In the evening a program prepared by the Summit City people and made up of recitations and songs was ren dered to the pleasure of all The Friday morning session was largely devoted to disposing of business con nected with tbo orgaimadoti Lee Ilornsby comity school commissioner s kjctuier of the county grange ami s preparing programs for the qnar erly meetings that arc of special in crest venerable Shelby M Cnllom of Illinois has closed bis career in the Unitfjd Kttcs senate ami Jacob II Gallingcr rif Now Mampshire lis inherited liis distinction of being the oldest member of 7i per cent starch Hi per the upper house in point of service casein and per cent water colMr Galiiugcr came to the senate in ored widi a coal tar dye Casein is curd of milk which has been dried and prepared for focd use Whether liis addition is one oC any value we inittfd the first schedule It is not looked upon favorably by the local oMicers because of die fact that the ayiiior has introduced sonic l which would he almost impos for the teams to make The also calls for opening games I hTc and closing games abroad Trav City has played the finals away from homo for the past two years should be in line for borne games thi year A schedule meeting will bheld at next week at A hili dine those o far submitted iH J considered Coble of Grand Lapids author of last years table will enter several lists and thf Olson schedule will most likely be put out of the ruiiiiiiit That bocominfr somc twic taking the Michigan State leacne bunting is evi denced by the fact that she has made applicadon ift entrance to tK Cen tral league The attempt was spoiled however by the sent back suit ing that cities of under fifty thousand inhabitants would not b considered and Manistee win haxe trj be contetit witli playing in the league in which she rightly belongs yokes were locked end to end at botn sifis as precisely as if dotie for a pur pose Neither of the four horses wrre hurt no damage was doneto the but caused no rid of excitement at that particular point on thestreet for a few minutes at least of districts having the best public bigii npprar from these lines were asked by a man of usual intelligence and derides to locate in the Mit country will prove a ib addition that good ronds mportani factor I would fuiiaor appeal that a cotin ly or region having level straight and hard from farms and orchards if UK shipping points can advcriiso tne with profit All of the Liiiov is of great in terest in comic tion with the big roaj meeting to be liejrl by the state high way department in this ity on the Kith and 1 Hh of this month Few of die arc more in the matter of improving die main wagon roads than are tho conn ties aJong th fast shore of Michigan WILBUR PRATT DEAD i Had Been a Resident of This Region Many Years VICE COMMISSION ONE PROVIDED FOR IN THE NEW HOUSE MEASURE Members Would Investigate White Slave Traffic Under Direction of Legislature Lansing March 7 Represent at ive Giasnor author of the mar riage today introduced in the house a concurrent resolution call ing for the appointment of a legis lative vice commision of three mem hers to investigate in Michigan the white slave OLD RESIDED GONE Joseph Logic of Summit City Died Wednesday Kingsley March Logie who resided two miles south and two miles east of Summit City died yes terday at 1C oclock in the morning ire unable to say but the large of starch found in all of per hcse shows that the egg subsli ute people are simply the old musewives plan of using starch in of eggs and by advertising the nixeures as an egg substitute they are ible to sell the consumer starch af high price EV PUTS PACKAGE OVER FOUR OUNCES IN FOURTH CLASS ISJI two yean next oldest members Perkins of California ana Lodge of Massachusetts began lehir senatorial careers Senators Nelson of Minnesota Till man of South Carolina of Georgia Marl in of Virginia and Clark and Warren of Wyoming have entercti upon their eighteenth year of con tinuous service in the senate all baV1 ing been elected for the first time in Wyoming unlike most other stales of the for west continues ils men in office and in consequence has exercised an influence in national af fairs greater than many larger states NO other states has two senators whose terms of service equals those of the two Wyoming senators Wicker Hampers Will be Tried Out in the Parcel Post Service Wilbur Pratt aged HI years dice Thursday night at bis home nine miles of thecity after a long ill tiess widi Brights disease Mr Prat bud worked a long tirne as a book keeper in the lumber camps and h resilient of the Grand to Kingslfy 21 years ago and has lived manner He in this vicinity ever since A new ruling has been issued by die poslofiice department which brings all parcels weighing over four ounces un der the parcel post system The ruling reads as follows Parcels weighing more than four ounces must be mail ed at a positoffice or delivered to a ru ral or other carrier duly authorized Parcels weighing under four ounces may be mailed in the same manner matter of other classes in street pack ago Heretofore it has been possible to mail any package under other classes by paying the extra postage which is called for but the new ruling puts all heavy packages in the fourth class A for wicker hampers has been awarded by Postmaster Gen eral Hitchcock for use in the parcel post work They will be tried out in the larger offices and it satisfactory will be introduced in all the offices So far the regular untiling bags have Mr was born in Bright town ship Canada and 1 years ago mar ried JJiss Wolfang and had been a Traverse region for many years was unmarried been used for this department of the service and the change has been made because of the crushing of fragile ma terial which sometimes takes place when the matter is handled in this The C O D ruling which was re FORTIFIED CITY SURRENDERED TO ARMY OF GREECE Thirtytwo Thousand Prisoners Taken When Turkish Com mander Surrendered Athens March Turkish foi tilled city of Janina in Epirtis has sui rendered to the Greeks who too prisoners The surrender wa officially announced by the Gree war office AQUITANIA WILL BE QUEEN OF THE OCEAN Jew Cunard in THAW WILL REMAIN IN THE MATTEAWAN ASYLUM INGS WITHDRAWN FAMILY VETOED ACTION TO PRE VENT STARTING SCANDAL iner Will be Launched About Four I Weeks I State Intended to Use Testimony to Show Up Fact That Thaw Had Tried to Bribe Asylum Officials New York March K Thaws latest attempt to secure free dom from Maltcawati insane asylum failed today when Thaw appeared be fore Justice Giegerich on a writ habeas corpus The plan was to force a new trial When Thaws family learned that the state intended to use as a lever to open up the entire growing out of tho charge that Thaw had planned to bribe officials Matteawan to se crro liberty they promptly vetoed Glasgow March During the ew months the work of building the j u lew Cuiiard liner Aquitania has so rapidly that her builders t he firm of John Brown and jf Clydcbank expect to have her proceedings Thaws attorney de for launching in about four i vceks Owing1 to the extraordinary n of the vessel the Clyde river is j eing deepened widened opposite 10 shipyard in ant iciptition of the anncbing H is many years since there was lie same amount of interest attached o the building of a new liner Id1 ransatlantie service as is shown in he Aqttitania This interest is due noBt wholly to file extreme size of tbp 1 In her present condition on ed permission to withdraw tho after a lengthy legal wrangle and ccntcKj granted COMMITTEE REORGANIZED Women Are Ready for the Suffrage Campaign The Grand Traverse County Stiff rage committee has been reorganized j scale organizer Mrs S be wonderful spectacle appearing some an elevenstoried sky scraper in course of construction Tho will have a gross Lounage of tons or tons greater than the Olympic the largest ship now afloat The Aquitania and in HamburgAmerican liner Imper itor now building at Stettin will lave file same gross tonnage though n other measurements the Cunarder will eclipse the Cerman vessel The dimensions of the Aquilania are SSf feet length and 35 feet beam while those of the Imperator are 710 feet length and fO feet beam BACK TO THE FARM VERMILLION RED Campaign Has Been Started in West ern Michigan The various commercial associations of Western Michigan are arranging to help along the back to the farm campaign The Grand Rapids Associa tion of Commerce has established the Department of Western Michigan for specitil purpose of aiding in the de velopment of the agricultural lands of Kent county This department ex pects to issue printed matter descrip tive of the lands around Grand Rap ids and to do its best to interest prospective farmers in the opportuni ties open to those who arc not afraid of honest hard work The Muskegon Chamber of Com merce lias created an agricultural de partment with Louis P Haight as chairman Nine suggestions have al ready been made by the chairman and only need the approval of he entire Chamber of Commerce to put them in force Among the suggestions are these public map of county showing improved and unimproved agricultural lands and stating the farm value oC each make exhibits of farm products publish photographs gather farm sta tictics establish an experiment farm establish a land bureau for those who have farms for sale and a labor bn roau for those needing labor lilair of Hillsflttle came to as sist the local women in Uie work reorganization She gave an excellent talk upon the work done by the wom en of Grand Traverse county in the last campaign and predicted sn over whelming majority for the cause in this county in the coming election The following officers were elected Chairman Mrs M S Sanders vice chairman Mrs Levi Sonle recording secretary Mrs F T McNamara treasurer Mrs R Santo cor responding secretary Mrs C b Grei liek directors Mrs G G Covell Mrs Hughes Mrs W Crotser chairman of finance committee Mrs los Melntosh chairman of press committee Mrs F T ilcXamara committee Mrs Tyler chairman Dr Sara Chase literature Mrs Wm Love chairman T D Alley Mrs Jno Mclntosh chairmen of reorganization committee first ward Mrs Frank Carver third ward Mrs las Johnson fourth ward Mrs Frank Shannon fifth ward Mrs Siindlnirn Garfield township Mrs Win Grant Peninsula township Mrs M PL Mclntosh Blair township Mrs M llamlin Grant township Mrs E 13 Clrunpion Mayfield township Mrs B A Stone Acme township Mrs Jno lloxie Paradise FFTYSX THOUSAND TROUT Were Planted in Boardman River This Week The New Color Which Will Be In Postal Service When the next repainting of postal boxes or conveyances becomes neces sary the color will be a flaming reel instead of flic somber green which is now in Tho order states that vermiliion red will he the new7 color i seel in the postal department and dint all lotlcr boxs and conveyances j ed between May Held and Keystone in mail must be finished in thisdie best of the fishing district Al color when they are next painted iv the change has been made The Traverse City Fly Casting club lias secured an assignment of brook trout to be planted in tho Hoard man river The fry will be received next week and will probably be plant though this is not quite as many trout as were received last year it is prob Heleaves a wife four sons Uiree cently issued for the parcels post seris net known but within the year all able that more will be planted before 1 On the mail boxes as well as conveyances the season is over About nine thou servicR will be adorned sand trout fry were planted last week 1 services were held Sim daughters five brothers and three j vice will go into effect July day afternoon at 1 oclock the sisters The funeral was held from payment of ten cents in extra parcel j in the Klmira sohoulhouse Rev Jos funnier the late residence at 10 oclock Fri man officiating Interment was in j day and the burial took place t the Klmira cemetery I Evergreen cemetery at Kingsley Mrs J L Mrs Gibbs Ivong Lake town AVui Pierce East Bay township Mrs Earnest Taylor Fife Lake Mrs G E Hodges The next meeting will be held Sat urday March 15 at p the Hannah Lay Merc Co store All members of die suffrage committee tire requested to be present All wom en of Grand Traverse county who are ititerested in the welfare of their sex id this progressive movement are in vited and urged to attend Tho cam paign will be a short one and the as sistance of all is needed rams BEEN WON Fripost stamps the package will be sent the passionate color which will clejin Bear creek by the club and during in C O D up to an amount of one them as being the official proI the coming year large numbers of til 1 dred dollars Reciprocal Demurrage Now an As sured Fact Jackson March nuinufacfurers are assured of recipro cal demurrage according to officials of the Jackson chamber of commerce which had charge of the statewide fight for demurrage legislation Sec retary Graham said today that a compromise measure had been agreed upon by the legislative com mittees The legislature will amend the Ash ley act The amendment will entitle the manufacturers to demurrage when the railroads are guilty of the delays for which the manufactures alone now demurrage The new law will materially aid in the movement for more rapid handling of factory shipments both for raw and finished material Secretary Graham says the new hill will be reported out in a few days and the railroads have erty ol Uncle Sam oke fish will be placed in this vicinity i agreed to its provisions   

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