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Grand Traverse Press (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Traverse City, Michigan Volume 3 vember 0, 1917, at the Post office at Michigan unto the act of March 3. 1879 traverse City Michigan Friday. July 12, number 30 begins Campaign to utilize garbage millions of dollars Worth of value goes into the garbage cans in u. S. Every year establish c centers in state five already in will help stave Oft canned goods shortage the food administration issues the following a crap sign for the utilization of Gar Bage bus been inaugurated by the u. S. Food administration which is and rising All the state administrators to spread Garbuc-5 utilization propaganda through their territory and urge upon housekeepers the necessity for keeping garbage my table refuse in a separate Container from the other House refuse figures and statistics issued by the foot1. Administration show that in one ton of garbage there is sufficient Gly Cerine to make the explosive charge for fourteen 70-millimeter shells and enough fatty cirt to manufacture 75 pounds of soup., fertilizer elements to Row s bushels of wheat and a score of the manufacture of munitions other valuable materials essential in it is also pointed out that 24 cities of Over Are not utilizing garb age and that the combined population is estimated to be Over is wasting pounds of Nitro Glycerine and twelve ounce cakes of soap besides 00.000 tons of Tankage which contains fertilizer elements sufficient to produce a Bushel wheat crop. The value of this loss of material is estimated at Send m. A. Profs. To military Camp East ii Ansing number of m. A. Professors members of the engineering and agricultural faculty of the College will be released within a few Days to attend the officers training Camp which on july 15 will open at fort Sheridan. The professors during the course of a eight weeks sojourn in the Camp will learn the most scientific methods for dispatching the Hun mid his allies with bomb Ami Bayonet. Upon their release from the Camp professors will return to m. A. C., where they will use their knowledge to assist major i3. G. and the Cadet officers of the College in the drilling of m. A. Students. A series of five Community Canning centers the products from which will e marketed to help Lessen the acute Ness of the impending shortage of canned goods has been established in is Many towns and cities of the state in the Hoys and girls club depart nent of m. A. And the citizens in the Corni Minitier enlisted. These centers Are located in Battle 3reek, in using Grosse Point farms Bloomfeld Hills and East Lansing with a demonstrator in charge of each. Each is equipped with boilers bottles d cans for putting up vegetables and fruits by the most improved cold pack East Lansing s conservatory As it Lias been dubbed is being pointed to is a Model. Housewife a who wish to escape the ordeal of steaming Over stoves and ranges bring their products and Canning materials to the Center where they Are canned and bottled by Lac municipal demonstrator at Abb sol Ute Cost. Central division of red Cross reports final figures on the second red Cross War fund Campaign in Central Michigan Wisconsin Iowa and the enor Mous total of contributed. Only one other division in the nation surpassed this figure the Atlantic div Ision which includes new York. Central division was asked origin ally to give therefore the oversubscription was 50 per cent or revisions of the figures upward Are certain As the weeks pass and the total May go to approximately by states the contributions to the red Cross were As follows Illinois including Chicago Mich Igan Wisconsin Iowa Nebraska the City of Chicago gave of the total for Illinois. A few of the big Days at the Lyric july 14 sunday select pictures present Constance Talmadge at her Best As the delightful heroine of the shuttle july wednesday the one and Only Charlie Chaplin in his Tiv St million Dollar picture a dog s life 3 acts 1 also George Beban in Marcellini a Paramount picture july thursday 18 vaudeville Day special feature babe Wilson the big Little Star late feature of the follies act ii musical Sherman hawaiian musicians Superb. Act Iii Hennelly comedy magician coming saturday and sunday july 27 and 28 Theda Bara Cleopatra the Vampire supreme seek improvement of drainage Laws petitions to legislature being circulated in Rural districts of state petitions asking the coming Legisla Ture to enact Laws which will make the installation and Upkeep of Rural Drain Ige systems less burdensome arc being circulated throughout the country districts of the state say held men of the Michigan agricultural College. The petitions request that a Law be passed by the legislature of 1010 which will permit the issuance of Bonds by drainage districts and organization of drainage districts based on the natural drainage areas rather than on county or township lines As at present. The bonding method proposed by this petition is a Good one according to o. 3. Robey specialist in drainage work or m. A. It would make it possible or the expense of constructing drains be spread Over a number of years ind yet by the Sale of Bonds would Nake the funds necessary for the work in Luble at once. The present method of Al Nankin drainage work requires payment of arge assessments in a Short period is Ery burdensome and adds to the sex Jense of the undertaking. Newberry can safely land the ship with its weighty cargo. Red Cross preparing for emergencies Germany now has Twenty seven prison Camps where american soldiers captured in Battle Are held. The american red Cross has recur Ite information about these Camps and with the the Swiss keeps our soldiers and sailors supplied with nourishing new clothing and other necessities. At the beginning of june there were about 300 Wen in uniform in German prison Camps. The american troops have captured considerably More than germans so the score is More than even in that respect. In Berne Switzerland the Ameri can red Gross has a great warehouse from which is sent to each american prisoner in Germany Twenty pounds of food every week. Our government pays for this food and equipment and the red Cross sees that it reaches the men. Already there Are enough supplies in the red Cross warehouse at Berne to take care of american prison the germans Cau take that number. Country clergymen Confer this weeks statewide. Interdenominational con Ference going on at m. A. Week country clergymen of Michigan. Are in conference at the Michigan Agri cultural College this week for their for myth annual conference. As in their previous the clergymen will make a study of the problems of the Rural Church and the Rural pastor with the Hope of building up both. A discussion of matters that have Couie rip with the War Wil be another part of the program. Among those who arc participating in this session Are Dean e. I. Bos Worth of Oberlin Dean Shailer Mathews of Chicago Bishop Theodore s Henderson of Detroit or. S. E. Persons of Baltimore major p. G. Wrightson u. S. A., e. Lyndeman m. A. Supt. A. A. Kaiser Detroit supt. A b. Bowman. Alma supt. W. R. Fruit Detroit supt. Ii. ,7. Hescott Flint like father like son Newberry Truman h. Newberry Barnes Newberry army. Navy Navy Truman h. Newberry believes in practical so do his sons they Are All in the service just like of other fathers and father with sons who have gone Forth to War want Luch a Man in the United states one who particularly understands the needs and problems of their mothers will feel More the boys themselves would choose such a Man. No Man is fit to live in a free country if he is not ready to die for that country. Indeed the Only Man who is. Fit to live at Allia the Man who with a Gallant heart is ready to give his life at the Call of president Roosevelt in Detroit speech May 30, 1918. Truman h. Newberry measures up to the highest stand Ards of the american people. He is the Man who will be chosen by the voters of Michigan to be their United states senator. Published by senatorial committee a. A. Ten Pleton general chairman Paul h. King executive chairman More silos needed on Michigan farms it birding of them where needed would help insure Corn crop m. A. Declares Ever keep Canning tablets will insure your Canning of fruits vegetables Etc. Harmless easy to use efficient Ioc a package one package cans five quarts waifs drug store Tiger Oil cures More diseases than any other Medicine known to its users. Read All papers around the bottles. Different sizes and prices. 30c size represents 1 unit 75c size represents 3 units size rep resents i units. John Leeson Cadillac Michigan. East liaising the recent Frost by which a considerable portion of Michigan s Corn crop was killed is much increased the need within the state for silos according to the leu rement of farm crops of the Mich Igan agricultural College. There in t much doubt in the mind if any Farmer nowadays about the i Alue of a silo where Corn and cattle ire the main factors in the business the department declares. A silo in the right. Place. Is. Not merely insurance for the Corn is an addition about As effective it weapon As any that can be turned against the Kaiser. A silo will make possible the saving much of the late maturing Corn which Michigan was planted this season. Without a silo there is grave a danger that much of it May be lost. In any event look into the matter i consult your county agricultural agent or write to the Dairy or farm mechanics department of a a. For such information of they possess. Lawn mowers ground and repaired culled for and returned re i7imril West 9th St. O. Re null citizens phone 7oo work guaranteed Owers for All occasions Frank m. Paine for the whole United states the red j Cross War fund now stands at about old false Teeth wanted Don t matter if broken we pay up to per set. Also l or old Gold Silver and broken jewel by. Check sent by return mail. Goods held 10 Days for sender s approval of our offer. Muzer s tooth specially . 2007 St. Philadelphia a. I supt. John Couin three Rivers supt r r nil in j. W. Suth Rhind Detroit supt. E. M. Lake Lansing and supt. E. J. Warren Flint care of your hair and Scalp we treat Dandruff itchy Scalp and eczema with medicated Oil shampoo which has the combined merits of Olive Oil Crudo Oil Ulm Mange which will leave your hair soft and Silky and the Scalp in perfect condition. We also treat falling of the hair in blotches South Side Barber shop Inlow Wolf prop. Saturday and monday up Flais u1 l 1 i l o every item saves you Money women s 25c Black Hose we have picked out 10 dozen of our regular 25c stainless Black Hose 4 up for an extra special hosiery bargain at pm. White Felt. Hats very popular for summer Wear. Worn Liy. Misses and ladies As Well As men. Women s 75c Union suits Well made fitting Union suits. All Sixes s9c tissue Are having a special Sale of Choice and Dainty patterns of tissue Gingham at the reduced Price of cd women s summer parasols we will close them out at women s summer net corsets a limited Quantity. Extra special at up to 50c fancy voiles in this season s desirable patterns. Now on Sale at Yard Globe dept. Store

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