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Evening Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 22, 1926, Marshall, Michigan T1 TXHTH TEAK MARSHALL THCKSDAY APRIL PHIIB THKEK V Mr Co to the Ant Mr Ford and the Spirit Clergymen Only Why Two Good v By tOwright by the Star CO Sinclair Lewis a novelist thinks lie doesnl believe iu God and that bia unbelief is important Last Monday in tho role of a clersry maa upside down just to prova thatthere is no God Mr Lewis publicly defied divine power to strike him dead He said with lack of gooij taste I defy Him to strike medown within the next ten minutes Nothing bappened so Mr Lawls and the sort that listen to aucU childishness doubtless believe that something important has been dem onstrated Mr Sterey of the Santa Fc man eges railroads from Chicago to the Pacific with hundreds of thou sands of railroad ties and ants everywherebusy between the ties One ant says They say that a mysterious W B Storey runs this vailroad nut I know thera is no Bucb person And just to prove it 1 defy him to comet and strike me dead At the end ot tea minutes that ant would feel as proud as Mr Sinclair Lewis It would not mean that Mr Storey couldnt strike down the ant or that the Ruler of this uni verse couldnt strike Sinclair Lew 1s dead if it were worth while The point is that it isnt worth while Just what the power is that manages this and other universes their billions of suns man cannot know except for the teach ings of faith The ancient philosopher said If tho camel bad a God his God would have four leps and a hump Man like that imaginary camel inclined to create God inbis own image baninvented many kinds ot gods attributing to them the baser human passions revenge jealousy etc Whatever supreme power may be it is surely beyond mans comprehension as W B Storey is beyond the ants compre hension Henry Ford says If the worker is to be able to buy what he makes the larger corporation is Inevita ble Only ft Tery big concern can produce automobiles shoes cloth ing gUMollne within reachof a wages In old days the man that good or clothes couldnt af ford either When the rich man was clothed and Bhod demand ceased Henry Ford sells three million earn a year at a price that ovary one of his 600000 working people can afford Thnti what you call perfected industry Before be finishes his articles Henry Ford undoubtedly will prove Ms consctouenww of the fact that man cannot live by bread alone or be thoroly happy even in a cheap automobile What does Ford suggest for the spirit of man How would he sat isfy the longing aspirations am bitions K bfAUtiful in youth that die out years Putting flic whole world on four wheels instead of two would not amount to much if that were nil Ford least pays good wages which is the beginning of a better spiritual Jlfe He enables the world to look at tho fields the trees and the aky Unfortunate 3y tho whole world usually keeps the top up wSiicb Is like walking In a cathedral under an open um brella Of twenty millions that own automobiles In the United Slates a majority see about as raueU of the they wouid liv ing n a cellar The stspresne court decides and the public approves that wives and children of alien clergymen raay be admitted to the United States as nonquota immigrants Immigration laws do not apply to Continued On Three STATE TO START SUIT AGAINST THE MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Atty Gen Daugherty Claims Mich Company Part of NationWide Conspiracy for Restraint of Trade By United Press Lansing April 22 Attorney eneral Andrew B Dougherty to day filed application with the Michigan supreme court for per mission to start quo warrauto pro ceedings tO revoke the charier of the Michigan Bell Telephone Do a subsidiary of the American Telephone and Telegraph Co on the ground the Michigan company was part of a nationwide con spiracy for restraint of trade1 The specific ground for the pro ceeding Is given as refusal of the Michigan company to submit to regulation of the state public utilities commission This conten tion is based on refusal of the company to submit coat figures in connection with a contract where per cent of the gross earn ings tof the state company go in to the A T T treasury The attorney general alleged the Michigan company was paying the American company more than 51000000 a year whereas the pro F corrpsnsstioc for services rendered was He declar ed the American company col lected a total of in this manner from the nation at large last year The petition also points to con nection of the telephone companies d the Western Electric Co from which all supplies are purchased It is alleged the profits made by the supoly subsidiary and charg ed to operating expenses of the mpanies have been out of pro portion to those which would be derived if the monopoly were not in effect Actual work of directing policies of tlie Michigan company the complaint said ure in the bauds of officers of the A T T al though figure head officers of the Michigan Bell arc paid targe salaries which are operating expenses charged to By reason of the control by the A T T the attorney Ren eral declared the Mtchfcuu Bell company having abandoned the cxerelae of its corporate rights and privileges ami becominK a mere corporate creature of a foreign corporation is guilty of a misuse of its charter for whiph said charter should be revoked anil forefelted The said Michigan companv ban been obliged through its sur render of its corporate functions business and powers to the A T T to submit to dictation of satrt company in all matters affecting its finances expenditures of money and to all matters affecting its re lationship with tap public Further charges against the controlling corporation set forth by the attorney general arc 1 Phat property has been al lowed to become inadequate in Uchigau and In many respects obsolete in other respects and unresponsive to the groat and growing telephone needs of the state of Michigan 2 The company has fulled to provide itself with certain Items of telephone equipment in its own proper ownership viz The ro ANTISALOON LEAGUE MEET Five Day Prohibition Rally Opens In De troit Tonight FOSTER United Stuff Correspondent DeUoIt AvrH an avow ed protest against anyymodifica tion of the liquor laws the Anti Saloon League of Michigan today launched a five day rally characterized by R M Holesaplo state superintendent as the most important meeting Amcri of its kind ever held In ca More than 50 national state and local leaders in the dry cause are scheduled to address dele gates from all parts of Michigan during the convention Speakers include virtually all national of ficials of the AntiSaloon League the president the Womens Christian Temperance Union members of congress preachers college president and business men A resolution placing the con vention on record as favoring strict enforcement of the 18Ui amendment and of tho Volstead act and momoraUtlng congress to that effect is regarded a virtually crlain outcome of the delibera tions A high point in the convention comrs Monday morning when of ficial representatives of nine Michigan colleges report on con ditions in the schools of the state Tho convention officially opens tonlRht with addressed by Bishop Thomas Nicholson Detroit pres ident of the Aantlgaloon League of American Mrs Elia A Boole president nntloua W C T U und by Dr Enrsst H Ohcrrington gtnuu secretary of the World Vjenguo against alcohollnni Tho Friday morulng session will be addressed among othern by Richard H Saott Lansing president of tho Michigan Anti Saloon League and by Congress man John C of Michi gan Friday noon 26 Michigan busi nesu men will discuss What Vro hibitlon has done for Michigan at a luncheon presided over by President SscoU Major Hoy A Havocs federal prohibition cammimsionor Dr Howard H lUisselt founder of Doctor Saved Infants Life By United Presar Washington April 22 Dr Joseph Larkin put hia finger down a babys throat impaled It upon the point of a safety pin opened point upward and saved the in fants life Medical instruments had failed to removed the safety pth because it had opened in the babys wind pipe Realieing the baby had but a few rulntes to live it it were uut removed Dr Larkin drove the pin deep into the flesh of SUB index finger and despite the paio slow ly worked it out removing it just as the babys pulse stopped beat Ing Quick application of the arti ficial respiration brought the child Albert Mack jr ten months old back to normal breathing and he was later taken home from the hospital little the worse for his experience The child had swallowed the pin while playing at home the Trees I Hundreds of young trees are being planted about the city These trees need lots of water when first planted If there is one on your prop erty or near your proper ty water it by ail means The trees were contri buted to the city and they cbst thousands of dollars The city cant afford to hire men to water these trees If citizens will take the time and trouble to comply this re quest it will mean much DEPEWSPOKE TO NEWS MEN Discoursed on Mar riage Religion Red Blood Prohibition Etc By United New York April M Depey spoke today of prohibi tion marriage radios red bee religion railroad consolidations and a host of other things in which a young man of almost 92 years might Interested Depew will reach that age to morrow and so as is his custom at an approaching birthday he re ceived newspaper men ami wom en and recited his views on the social phenomena of the times Questions put to him were snap ped up and as quickly returncOl The agility of his mind was an marked as the composure to which lie ascribed his long life Sn the one sentence Ive been on good terms with my kind The talk turned to fowl and De row said that he had two rules that of moderation ant that of elimination of any part of the lot which did not seem to agree with one years ago I had lo give up red beef he Mia although 1 liked it desperately Twentyfive years ago I drank iny last cup of tea THEWETDRY Hearings By the Sen ate Committee Is Near an End 11Y PVUI H MATJOX Tress Staff iirnspiindoiit Washington April row was precipitated in he senate prohibition committee hearing to day when Chairman Harrelti dry served notice that tho prohibition investigating was to arbitrar ily closed with seven hours and 13 minutes more of testimony Tho committee he said would rnake no further investigation of its own initiative whereupon tha wets contended that they were being deprived of two and ti half hours of their remaining time Hnrrcld said the tirys bail one hour and 13 minutes and would bo given throe hours additional Despite the fact tthat the wets have two hours ami 30 minutes remaining they announced that they had closed their cnse Har reld said HO hey will he allowed only hours In all Senator Uccrt democrat of Mlus ouri wot protested Unit this the tirys two ami onehalf mori than the vvtis but he was ruicl down Heed at one point protested that he wiir not on oithcr ftfdp of the CUSP The crowd liiughed My statement may arouno the minshter of or fools Repil suid bul WP Intend to de rfdo this casn on facts not on LIVE Y TILT IN THIRD CAUCUS The Lie Pawed By At Dem ocrat Conference The chances of a democrat can didate being elected to congress from the third congressional dis trict which under ordinary cir cumstances is an absolute hnpos sibiiity as this district is oyer whelmingly republican and doubly so since the women began to vote received a still further set back in the third district caucus nt the democrat state convention held in the Tullar hotel in Detroit Wed nesday The caucus was called to order by John Bailey chairman of the third district state centra commiteee and R S Sowers of Charlotte Michigan a former member of the third district state central committee was made chairman of the caucus and Peter J J Higglns of this city secre tary Among the things named by State Chairman H 1 Abbott of Detroit to be considered at the caucus was the selection of a candidate for congressman in the third district H Cavanagh of Battie Creek George Burr Smith of Hillsdaic and Gordon Stewurt and Claude Carney Kalamaaoo all of whom bad been past were candidates present and in all an nounced that they were not candi dates excepting Claude Carney A motion was made that n L Sowers chairman of the caucus be authorised In call a meeting of the democrats ol the third district in the near future at a time and place to be numed by him for tha purpose of selecting a candidate for congressman John W Bailey believed the four former candi dates should be named on a com mittee with Mr Sowers Gordon Stewart would also add Dr Gamble of Coldwater so as io have ail the counties represented H in the district W CavanaEh suggested the members of statecentral committee in the the It he said tlquora In regard never drank to tho Volstead act Depew first dismissed it with tho explanation that Ive never Riven much attention to It Later he said he believed the prohibition law goes a little bit too far Depew In orthodox in religion I am indebted to a supreme the AntiSaloon Lengue ot Amerpower he said and 1 could not Icn WeBtcrvUlo 0 O L Smith but acknowledge it I have little attorney general oft sympathy for those people who ceivcr transmitter and induction colts that constitute vital parts of telephone facilities and has fulled to provide itself with own Michigan Congressman Joseph I Hoopei of Michigan and Mrs E T Calkins president of theMich igan W C T U Ynsilanll are on the Friday afternoon program Friday nights piogrum In to be by nn Scott superintendent of the AntiSftloon League of America who will speak on E I Farmers When you have livestock or poultry to sell be sure and use this efesy and econom cal method of dispos ing of them Simply Phone 300 and insert ad in the A B C CLASSIFIED COLUMNS TM results will be immediate and gratify ing orship of many other items in the state 3 The future constancy im provement adequacy and certainty administrator for ot the telephone business has been i district and Imperiled In the state The company has withdrawn from its own treasury vast raven that should bp devoted to operations and turned them over to tie A T T Co in return 1or will iand Life The Wet BltterEnders Porterflsid prohibition tho OnioMich Kel the Dr speak ou Alcohol Dr J H logs dfcttle Creek arcs on Saturdaymornlrte program Saturday night Alau G Straight state coiuniluslonor of public fictitious preisnded and unneees1 RcvF E Way Minneap olis J n Davla assistant federal ssary nervlces Vessel Missing 4 Months Sighted prohibition director Lansing and j Congressman Grant M I Michigan will speak Hudson TSv Unttod San Pedro Cal April Speakers at the convention will occupy pulpits tbuoyt Detroit on Sunday morning and Sunday jternoon will join in nmass inset o be addressed by Letit fourmnsted Barkentinc Irene i Commander S S Yeandle U S missing move than four months coast guard Washington D C with a crcw of 14 men was sight1 Wayne B Wheoier general ooun ed off the breakwater hero today sel of the AntiSaloon League of i God and daring him to strike them Within him life time the non ogenarian believes home life with in the United States haw Improved address by Dr The radio automobiles and other niodern Inventions have aided this Impraveraent he said Asked about comparative pre valence of divorces Depew sighed and said that too many persons 1 regarded marriage as a joke al thought Itvwns the moat serious step Inlife He doubted however ill should be passed making marriage inorc difficult One of the curses of the coun try Is too rcany laws he said Depew refused to be drawn out j on the question of whether the marriageou ii 51yesr old to I a 15year old girl was proper Well at what age should u man ronrryV he was asked for the wets when dry3 should have finished their one hour utid 1J mintes direct ex amination The first witness was E C Dln widdio superintendent of the na tional temperance bureau Wash ington v ho said HO one wouid contend there hud bocji 100 per cent enforcement of the law yet results were rnccuraeing Dlnwlddie contejuled that beer interests and the liquor interests thci before or since prohibition Thry berate the law on hc pmund It deprives them of the personal lltjenty to drink ho snia iind In the same hretitb nay Ihoy can got nil thny tvnnt any the fron pages by SenyJnK nade no effort to solve J p where because eisforcud the luw Isnt belntT The veflsel loft Grays harbor Washington with sister ship ths days ago The ships wero loaded with lumoor and were beaded for Miami It was to a rstce between them for Florida The Alveuft and Irene were loth reported abortly after America and V S Senator Wes States of Europe When he is able to support a wife he replied Depew is u flrm believer in tho consolidation of industries hold ing that mergers increase produc tion and wages but decrease costs He even believes that nations aiJgfci well consolidate and antici pates the formation of a United ITALY DEBT ISSETTLED Senate Ratified Com mission Report By Vote of 54 to 33 district Mr Bailey Gordon Stew nrt and Mrs Ellda D Gamble of Coldwater bo added to the com mittee Mr Stewart believed the committee wis getting to big and nothing would be done so ho moved to have the members ot the state centrtii committeecon fer with Mr Sowers smd cull tho meeting Mr Curney then arose and stat ed tho head of the had not supported the democratic can didate in three or four elections This rufened to Mr Bailey In an instant Mr Cavunagh was on his feet and he declared hat Mr Bailey had always supported tho democratic nominee not only working for Uiem but nlho puyliiK tho bills of the campaign out oC his own pocket Mr Bnlley said he was sorry to see any uucli mut ter come up In the raurun but was ready to defend himself und Five Dead In Tunnel CaveIn HOGUE GETS By Ttnltbd Quincy Calif April death the victor five to one the suspense surrounding the tunnel cavein at Bucks ranch was lifted today I The two remaining bodies were JLaSt pulled from their muddy tomb early today and dragged to the tunnels mouth They were ident ified as F Michelson 45 and J Erickson 40 The smothered forms of William Cope shift bosa and James Horse1 McBride had been recovered earl ier in the night Thomas McDermott taken alive from his perilous position late Tuesday night is the sole survivor fore Going to Home of Parents COMSTOCK MASSEUNK Democrats Name Candidates for Place On State Ticket By United PreMJ Detroit April plat form which scores the state ad ministration of Governor Alex J Groasbcck as despotic the dem ocrats of Michigan were before tho voters of the stnte today with a tentative gubernatorial ticket led by William A Comstock of De troit ttatonji democratic cnmmit teoman from Michigan John Hogue who stood in the shadow of the gallows and who at the last moment secured a com mutation of sentence Volife and later to ten years stood before Judge North ip circuit court this morning He was charged with burglarizing a pool room in tie Creek ten years ago Hogue penitent and reformed had hoped for release oh probatioii But the crime for which he charged in Calhoun countys serious one He committed it Jong before his arrest for libmicide in Windsor He came back to pay the penalty His lawyer James Mustard urged his release on pro bation As he stood before Judge North this morning the court told that he couifl not release him on probation I shall glre you the minimum sentence said Judge North and then he told Hogue he must serve froth five years in Jackson Im going to recommend that you serve one year and then with said your the Judie good For lieutenant convetstion of the governor youll have to serve only about ten months Furthermore r j going to f eeoinrnend that trhsjs the you are released on parole party unani you may live outside the state designated Uerrit 1 Mass ftht clink acting president of Ferris l Ueat Virginia and UT with his parents who are wellto do George Winters was before institute Big Kapids Comstock and Massolink will therefore enter the fall primary with the uVmnimous endorsement of the convention and in view of the welloiled harmony of yester galhorinfr it wns believed they will IJG unopposed for days likely the official nomination Nomination of Comstoclt and Masselink terminated a daylong convention keynote featured speech by a militant delivered by Alva M Cummins of Lansing a former for governor as Hie Michigan Mussolini Judge North this moraine also charged with being a drunkard and tippler third offense GeorgeIs a fine looking young man but Hlcta his boose Well Mr Winten said Judge North Im to placu you on prolwtlon Thanks said Winters Im goicg to cut out the booze dayls my 2th birthday and IB Boing straight from this on Albert C King charRed with King has been in court lor Preceding the kcynoto speech 6 SayS hes Apnoii o Ann AJDO Different however was the trcat Tony Vandenberz Tonys wife got a divorce primary Tnfly hav4 njjje conlrejt The decree provided that Tony nilttcr pJcwded for provision which tion brinps the the elec tion too soon after the Newton township and tlonsnnil cxpnBt the beliel niKhta ul tho inriratod rift la the rembii should pay his re PeV H cent of the republican vote fore Judgo North on a wife be Siglur of Unrry the resolutions committee reported a platform back alimony Ive chased this man to jwy this back alimony ckton Ivo writtan him and L he declared that Mr knew he was stating rnrnny a false hoodwhen he made his statement tim he was nothing more than a iv man co pay tins oacK which denounced the despotism rm tlcd of lr ld of thp Groesbock administration Prosecutor 1 and chared that under the adjim minlsirativo board system of stntT government tho constitution has boon ovprrlriden and Tho phitform wns unanimously approved has paid no attention to the Then Judfre North took Van icnbeiK in hand and found wut he was drawing a week wanes that he was caring for Making no mention of prohilH children and he couldnt explain lion Ignoring any rllsrtiRsion why he hadnt paid J of forulgn or national Hrttiirs vnejhls wife Tonv smiled platform read in part j shouldnt have Isnt In Michigan there la no Sons laushluH matter salt Judge Norta low lying cur lo make any such aitehgan statement Why I have always nn prctonsc on the pnrt think that a year In Ionia will the governing power that ours is probably emphasize the fact that n popular government j a court order in to be Foe Michigan bKsiJTony didnt smile any1 jnore He ness affairs have been autocrat was placed in the cuutody of cnlly administered party politics1 Bberiff and If hn doesnt suuportcd the dcmocrritic con Kiofisional nominee in this district nnrt the entire democrntic ticket aiild Mr Bailey and Mr Carney knows that I contributed JtOOO tu pay the bills In one of his cam C F Kppler of Battle Creek corrected Mr Bailey You paid JiaOO Mr Caruey stilted that he re ferred to the candidacies of Orvllle J Coraell James W Xfarsh and others Mr Bniley declared that he had always voted for all candi dates on ths democrat ticket for congressman and all offices While I did not get out and work for Mr March an I have Jones of Washington state fonday mornlns representatives of Albion coSiege Battle Creek college Michigan State Normal Ferris institute Central Michigan Normal KaSamaaoo colluKC AtJ rlan collega HillKdaie coUego and Western Stnte Normal are ta speak at an al college seaaon thty leti harbor hut tho former veBseil finally renched Balj The Monday ufternoon boaPanama caual zone is to bo addressed by Dr Georgo weeks ago hen went on to Miami There had been no trace of tho Irena until she was sighted here this morning City Briefs Marshall ball team hnU n workout with tho high nchooi team at he fair ground last evening At this evening the Independents nnd tho American Legion teams will bavu a workout At ike Mweekly at the Presbyterian church latt evening the for the Tear were ouUlnad by chair awn of various of ttM church Frank Schaf er wfao in chairman of the that twothlrde of pm for had that it was ex would Young LouiseviUe Ky Rev Prank Kingdon Lansing Rev J A Vance Dntrolt Cora Stoddard Scientific Tcmperanco Federation Btsscton ind II S District Attorney Deloa Smith of Detroit Bishop Nlcholwjn will prealda over a concluding banquet Mon day night which will DO address Vs to whether be will live to be a centenarian Depew doubt ful Im looking forward to it he confided but there are always danger s especially walking aboat the streets of New York Gary Favors Vote On Prohibition ir H od by Dr Lyair HaMld Hough Detroit James Scheraevhorn Dctroll Bishop 3 P Syren in Congressman A W Barley Kentucky and Uov f S Rice Detroit Grand Rapids Alria Hoy for mer U S Cavalryman rescued hia five year old BOB Alvln jr from drowning by Into the WMt canal was aided by a motorlfi wbo blm a Jr hjul In Hoy playing on taak jrlth a yoaac hrothur wiM Hoy rBy United Chicago April Judge E H Gary head of the United States atee cortwraSlon and Jong look ed upon as one of nations leading crusaders for temperance and prohibition favors a notional vote on the prohibition question I believe that the opinion of u majority of the people Intelli gently and honestly obtained s liquid control in all such ijues tloris as modification of the pro hibition Jaws Gary said in an interview Gary was one of tne organizers of the citizens committee of one Ihouuuid for law enforcement and OL the foremoct of the nation his espouital of the prohibition accepted as a great aid to dry He to cate wtiether he om the the indi amend HV SXYBRR Initcd 1ress Sfnif forrespondent Washington April ratification by tho senate of the five remaining foreign debt set tlements wis certain todiiy as a result of decisive vote of 54 to 33 by which the Italian debt funding plan was rat ified by thefienato late yesterday Tho Belgian debt funding agree ment as well as the proposed set tlements with noiimanla Czecho slovakia Esthonla and Latvia all of which have been approved by tho house were expected to ba ratified by the senat with much opposition than tho Italian plan Tlio debt fundlns commission wil be culled to meet tomorrow to consider Frances debt to the United Spates Secre tary of the Treasury Mellon an nounced today French Ambassador Berengtr is expected to nppcar before the commission to submit a porposnl for funding ihe debt Mellon rolteralod that no munt has been reached with Ber enger and couid be mndi oxoftpt by UKfull American commission and tbf ambaBsador The seeretiiry admitted how ever he nnil in ifor mal had reached an understanding on what was de for both countries but their conclusion were not binding on either side The secretary Mid it hope to bjivo the French set tletl n quickly nil nnd to it preMnt of coBcreM ratlflcattoti done lor some of the other candi dates I voted for him in the elec tion declared Mr Bftlley The amended motion la add the third district committee to act with Xfr Sowers carried and the motion as amended carried Mr Stewart fenced it was useless in naming any cnrlidate if people in Dattle reek supported Mr Hoop er ns they did in the last election That would tm declarer Mr Sowers under ordinary cir cumstances hut now we have Mr Hooper on record to how he has votfid and will vote on jues tlons in congress Miss Jessie C Porter of this city was selected as a member of I ho committee on resolutions avid R U Sowers of Charlotte as one of the vice chairman of the con vention After the caucus adjourned Mr Bailry offered an apology to Miss I Porter the only woman delegate present at the caucus for some of the language he hnd used and he and Mr Carney hnd some more words Several of the delegates feared some blows would lie struck but Mr Carney stepped out into the corridor The fourth district convention which was being held i In the same room was Interrupted I more than once by the third dls trict confah Wheij the convention assembled Henry McCfirty of Frefimont made a motion UiAt Alva M1 Cummins of 4 Lansing the temporary chair man name a on resolu tions so thty could get to work and not delay tho convention In the afternoon and his wns done In iaiulng ibft committee Mr Cummins named Claude S Car ney of XalRrnHzoo no this released Miss Porter from actlng Detroit Detroit today prayedi for a blizznrd and relief from the of yesterday when thermo meter mounted from 44 rero at a m to 90 at p m a record tor April 21 has been qubjccl to tho will and tho of n dcspaiir leader nrni the couslltution has been overrid den and ignored whenever Its pro visions wrc In conflict with the vMl of tho dictator Release of more than 9000 convicts from state prisons by the Groesbeck administration was denounced ns an imposition upon society and an IrHitlt to our courts The platform pJcrigcd the party to work or n compensation broader workmens Inw a drastic hsB going to eat and sleep at the expense of the state ami the Battle Creek sanitarium going to be minus aa enVploye English Speaker For U of M Commencement Ann Arbor Apdl Alex ander F Whyte prominent Kng llsh legislator nnd journaliat has been announced as the commence ment speaker at the ITunlverBity of Michigan June 11 During the ast flve Whyte served as president of tie has Indian legislative body He been active in British 1350 when he first went to child labor law abolition of the convict contract labor system nnd rcsd in conclusion Wo claim that workingnien cn joy a kind of poliUfivt liberty but In the main aubiect to indus trial rtesnotism and social injus tice which under trusts and mon opolies his lwome particularly appreaslve Because we believe a private monniioly Is indefensible and in tolerable we favor First the vigorous onforrRmont of the criminal well ns the civil laxv against trust officials Second we dnmnnd he eiinrtj ment of such additional Icslsiaj tlon as znay be necessary to makftj It imoKriblo for prlvite monopoly j Cards of thaiska and obituuriex are charfeed at the claaafflerf rate ten cents per line cash or twelve cenfa par line charged The caah rate applies if the same is paid within MX days In ttirn wantmating the eoef words couaied a line ment He la alio tho founder Of Now Buyopc an English editor ial journal Wliytca last visit to Amertea was m 191ft and he delivered a xirl s of lectures at the university during that tour to exist In Michigan Tbcy arrested Ponzt in Florida where they shouldnt bo so joaloua CTjASSTFIED ADS ing into SENTENCE By BEY KOT A Good Example Of uselessness is a marathon dancingcontest Of selfinflicted defeat is the man who cannot control his temper Of an empty honor is the invitation to at a baby show Of a training school for bandits is a home where obedience is never required Of faith is a man who buys hair tonic from a bald headed barber Of optimism is the man who is trying1 to stock in a new brewery Of flapper wisdom is Save the surface you amve all and ;