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■Sstioc of Amert ' ' ' ptpJHfe from advert I*l ug 5v again*t an advar VflKlMMf- a flavor by promptly gsgsawt v mMEMM'T&E'CRiF.S OF FLOOD FOR MILK! ,lCVvi • *W® lr'l V* * 1 Pill St rrmhk stream, no dripping hills and by no wstnoir, we cannot begin to seme the 4*lf t fef miles to the sooth of us. iot aklft writers have been ppt to description of this Hi tU *p has its limits. the Galveston flood, the Iroquois theater Are. the sad the sinking of the Titanic, we are left to MBMllM: Writers are through, and the imagination fails utterly ' r— •. KftMdMN Bear full or complete realization. .• :;yVjSrosE.y* •’* */ I 1T imssm from whom one who is sick may expect sympathy is . "•' sickness, but, happily, this is not true of cities c 4* ; . "k’-r ■ HHKMF sd naderstand because of this lack of ability to sense in full ■Mill Shatters, and we may not be able to put ourselves in the hsreft and suffering, but it has been proven that human llpßl'lhli Sfliatiy over is responsive just the same. gffrAi* God-blessed City of the Straits the appeal for aid from the Ipßtelfm shores lowlands has been heard by many, and the re ■i good and inspiring to look upon. ifjlhlUttheless, tho fund cannot bo made too large. wants to suggest here, and feels that the mere suggestion aSp|i|r|ttat aftsr the waters have receded, there will still be thousands ||K|jl apt thousands in want of the necessities of life. * jlßtittp* to otwrtir tint while our hearts are in the right place and Hompphi mpomive upon occasions like this, we are prone to forget, BjfiiditSßtimoa leave undone that which we should have done and fully ||nh time far action and for giving is NOW. EKn| is a poHriocl side to the loss of life, the loss of property, the iyplllnhi thrangh this flood, hut it must be forgotten here and by Hf. t|s present. I®** a great big m<i national problem in economics involved, but do later on. 001% IXOOD AND CLOTHING ARE THE ISSUE NOW. Bmp is needed. MBam! .■: .; a.- * MMMjjrlt Ml IWML Stan wm n nM. Ohteoftvn have responded impend. kBH it is argent that those who have to give, give NOW. mftim CONDENSED MUX FOX BABIES," is one appeal that comes ant ha nhle to give as mneh as some others, but send enough ISlnltii •i nSk for some poor motherless baby. sD flat you eon add to tho fund that is being oolleoted, a 'Esb wa shaie. if namy will go a long way just now in the flood die* V mmm right a*** • Kpiiftt |W d«l to Mayor Man today and let’s sweU Detroit’s con ** *• •apathy of a city mpon ■S&RAlmighty hia smiled. While other sections axe storm-swept and : • -i Another PointofView ißfthlßf to do with that religious census that it being |MEi|jpLouls. %f# Would want to got it completed before the American miftgiu ulm tktuaaad dollart ia money and a trainload of auppliea Bfpf/to the flood district from Detroit. It's a good old world at that. jjjHfilllCW children will telect namee for tbc public schools by ballot, don't same one of tkem Nick Carter. Clark, of Hanover, Mata, la the champion woodchopper of And her huaband is probably the most envied man in town. Sd'dmvkin'iN one dollar a quart we shudder at the thought of flidee of shortcake will look like. e • • thane several styles of simplified spelling present a pretty MpyflW the fallow who is a poor speller. nows of yesterday’s ball game. This thing Is getting Mr; • • HBgmr&ng Isn’t any further behind time than the January thaw. EHgjy . e e • young man next door traded bis flute for an ocarina, we are kind of like the sound of a flute. mi wTs»rnpl 1 y mid "O* Bmg?" f ‘ How different since we start up with: IpUt, sputt Chug, chug! Toot I BANG! K • • • HjyUMuro liked that liner “Softly the night shades are falling." see W) hare to shorel them. S|lf Sprinkles too Many Needless Remarks Through His Conversation By Condo aiISW.APOtr. I HST » SIHC A / STOP! scorn ALL OVTl*''l s . MMBicacTP tmott k (Aoam-umd eusse oorrp\ /"i Be oack \ _ /Nam AhAIP-.\ BSe mmr tnt* wt. U«*te use a «ui«i»y /dq*tt> (J rj«nv \ ( nun, APOtt ) * mm I 1 ' ... - 1 ■■—- ■ ——■ m■■■■ ■ -"■■■ mm ■ — 1 Editorial Page of The Detroit Times Disappearance of Sectional Lines Tha rountry ban not failed to note the fart that the Wllaon admlnlatra* tlon. aruona other tb'ngs, Indlratea to a large extent a return to powerful political Influenza of the aouth. Prea- Ident Wllaon ia a Virginian, undone tltue a resident of Georgia. Mrs. Wil son la a Sout-hernor. and four mem bers of the cabinet are t\pleal South ern men. The house leaders are from the aouth. henqg a uaw era has open ed in Washington. ‘‘From all this.” says the St. Paul Dispatch, “there la nothing uecessar lly to be apprehended. Slowly, In deed, lias the war prejudice faded away, and as a result the south has not shared In the making of govern ment as It deserved. For a long time it has been a sor; of maxim that no Southerner could h* elected president. Surety tt fa well that In the vary year in which old Union and Confederate soldiers are to mingle in brotherly love at Gettysburg, the new aouth should come into full atep with tha rest of the Union and share In tha privileges and responslbllltlss of gov ernment." This Is what the south la about to do. What really patriotic man north and aouth have been hoping for la soon to be realised. President Wil son's desire for a country In which sectional lines are forgotten Is a praiseworthy one, and he hat given the movement a start by breaking down the barriers so long existing be tween north and south.—New Orleans Dally States State Loans to Farmer* Minnesota la preparing to meat a : long standing need by providing for lending money to tho farmers of the state. Tga need of settlers has brought, the state face to face with the fact that It must be made possl ble for settlers to build up farms and homes without undergoing the hard* ships which in the past have resulted In thousands of good men giving up an unequal struggle. The lending of money to farmers on long time payments is good business policy. Am has been pointed out more than once, the fanner is at a great disadvantage In the one particular of getting capital to carry on his busi ness. ■ Credit facilities are demanded that will meet his needs. No privato system does this. His particular nec essity U long time loans at a low rats of intersst. In New Zealand money Is lent at 6 per cent, to be repaid in forty semi annual payments. Such a system makes It possible for the termer, In case of a bad ysar. to borrow the small amount necessary to make his payments. The state, by lending this money, makes a safe Investment, gets n fair interest on Its money, and dose that most sensible of all things, namely, builds up its own wealth and pros perity. Every dollar so Invested by the state comes back manyfold In the up building of the state in agriculture. In Industry and In cttlsenshlp.—Bt. Paul j Dispatch. Rock Me to Sleep Backward turn backward, Oh Uni, in your flight; Make,.ja f rMW „**»•» JyL tor to J Klm from my forehead the furrows of oati, Smooth the throado out of my hair: Or or my slumhora your lovfno watoh keop: Rook me to sleep, mother; rook mo to oloop. Backward, flow backward. Oh tide of tho years! I am so weary of toil and of Toll without recompense, teare all in Take them and give me my childhood I have grown weary of dust and decay. Weery of flinging my eoul wealth away. Weary es sowing for others to reap— Rook me to sleep, mother; rock mo to sloop. Tired of tho hollow, tho bees, tho MotherTok mother I my heart sells for you. Many a summer tho grass hee grows floesomed B and faded, our faces between et, with strong yearning and passion-* ate pain. Long I tonight for your presence again. Come Jron the ellenoe so long sad ss Rosk me**to sleep, mother; rook mo to sloop. A Diplomat. Lady—-You are the wortt looking tramp 1 ovor saw!" Soapy flam--" Madam, it is the pre dnots of nnooenmou luvlineee wot makoo mo look so ’orrlblo.” Lady-" Jane, giro this poor man something to eat" —Stdaoy Bulletin. Chicago’s oity salary list for lfilt calls for SSt,7VMVt 208 WOODWARU AVENUE | TAe Stores lB* WOODWARD AVERtIE SPRING HOUSE-CLEANINC SALE , iu- th» Amri Houitkaeoir Llaaett’e Are Preparing for the Spring House Cleaning. Listed Selow Are Seme of tha Things Neadad, aa Well aa* Meny Se.^nebi.Drug Stor. luK a? Tempting PHcee, to Reduce Our Stock. Special Rrlaaa Are for Saturday and Monday Only. HOUSE CLEANING HELPS 75c Camphor Qum, COd* per lb 15c Chloride of "9 ea Lime, a lb ■ V 15c Rod Cedar Flakes, 4 Keep Out the Moths. AVv 5c Sulphur Candles, 10c Moth Proof Tar Bag*— 50S 60*» 75 c 10c Cans Babbitt's "9 g+ Potash ■ V 10c Cakes w g* Bon Ami Vv 10c Cakes Bcourlng Sapollo ”V Household Ammo- 4 • nla, quart bottlH....aVv KODAKS AND CAMERA SUPPLIES AT 139 WOODWARD AVE. EXPERT OPERATORS Show You the 1»1* Models. PHOTO MOUNTS— S^ a x3'/*—4x5 and C g* Doz. all at O V M. Q. Developer, In Tubes, 10 lor MM V *L T T 10c “SU $1.25 So Roal Photograph Pott * Cards, City O ,or C Views • MW 10c Pound Poa Cos Crystal Hypo 3v Developing and PHnting for amatsur photographers. Our pHoss and work art satisfactory, as evidenced by a •nstantly growing business. Sugar an Antiseptic For a Sore Finger I Sugar—plain every day sugar that has been battered and libeled with more expert opinion than anything; that has been condemned and vlllifled In all the languages and has all the things done to it end with it that any i thing else has had done with and to— sugar ie coming back into Its own again ao a great benefactor of man kind. The latest discovery of the sclentifle fellows Is that sugar Is not only sn antiseptic, but really one of the finest things In the world to put on a fresh cut or an ulcerated enre The old bread and milk or bread and water poultice was considered great in its day for dressing wounds. Then came carbolic acid, followed by pormaagenate of potash and Inter bi chloride of mercury. All these com plicated , chemicals were glren trials and were found to work well, but they simply worked wen—they didn’t help the fieoh to knit togother where It had ported. They simply kept the dirt out of the wounds Now, however, M. Crevrier, a great French surgeon, and Mr. Cochere!. an other groat French surgeon, have dis covered that sugar has all of thess chemical dressings tor wounds decked dear off the boards. 9r«gar is not only an antiseptic, but It lea great little healer all by itself. It not only thoroughly cleanses the wounds, but it helps creeds new flesh and the sur geons who have used it have been absolutely astounded at the results. They take eugar—-gtueoee they call It, Just to make tt hard—end make a solution ot it In water with which to wash and drees the wounds. Then they take the powdered variety— which tho dletkmsry calls confection ere* sugar sprinkle It on tho wounda And the results are marvel ous. | ’The ftuoose not only preserves the colls,** ssys Dr. Chovrler, "but It builds them up, furnishes food for them. In wounds that have become Infected It seems to act slowly at first, but when It has them thoroughly disin- Hay t» Health— -33c 66c Pinkham’e Vegetable ' pound 63c; Llvor Salto. «| True u.ocr Tonic—Makes Torpid Livers Active. An Excellent Remedy for. Rheumatism and Uric j Acid Disorders. 50 bottles **OV[ KODAKS $6.00 —T0565.00 $65.00 LET OUR BROWNIE CAMERAB, Work Like Kodaks and Made by the Eaetman Kodak Co* $1 u sl2 PREMO CAMERAS, Off List Prices 25c Paper Cover and B « Photo Albums.... Book of Water Colors, With Brush and In- 4 structions Iwv Post Card Size 4 Printing Frame.. A9 v Llth. Oak Frames, for Post Cards. .©V 15c Acid Hypo, •/a-Pound Ov 25c Velox Liquid 4 Developer A 9 V ▲ case has been reported from Mil waukee which bears upon the reason ableness of express company rates as compared with the parcel post rates, and which, if it should become widely exploited, will have a tendency to in crease the use of the parcel post and diminish the patronage of the express service.- A Detroit man, thinking to test the relation between the express and parcel post rates, and also suspicious thgt the express companies were using the post, shipped a box of cigars from Detroit to Milwaukee, paying 40 cents express charges. He then went in person to Milwaukee aud found that the pircet ttstr twra delivered by parcel post bearing 22 cents worth of stamps, proving be yond question that the express com pany had made 18 cents on the trans action, which cost it 22 cents. Thus its profit ran to over 81 per cent, on the actual outlay. It is a question whether the government cau take cognisance of this case. Os course, an express company Is not necessar fected It begins to set rapidly. The action In ulcere whero the process of forming new tissues has been arrest ed, Is simply marvelous. The wound muet first be cleansed with boiled water and la some cases it Is well to wash It out with a regular antiseptic. Then apply the glucose dressing. They fcre simple, practical and inexpensive and the results are well worth trying for.** PMria Kell la Mo 4. The accident which recently befell the peer! necklace of the Queen Dow ager of Italy, when the string broke and the priceless little- spheres were scattered In every direction, recalls a similar mishap to the splendid five fold rope whten used to adorn the neck of Queen Alexandra, on certain state occasions. On stepping into the glided coach oh her way to a state opening of parliament In the last reign her necklace caught In the ornate door; handle and the pearls fell In a shower and rolled .from the crimson carpet on to the muddy ground.—Pall Mall Qasette. J Now Is the Time to Tlk * CELERY AND IRON TONIC to Restores the Nerves and Blood After Winter Colds, etc. 1100 75e Betties ■ .ill a wtcni * qissa Wholesome and Delicious Candy at Special Prices Honey “Jumbo” Nougatlnes ..29c a,b - Chocolate Cocoanut Maca roons, 40c OOgeß lb. value fAOV Whipped Cream Choc olates 29c a,b - Chocolate Walnut Stuffed Dates; 40c value •wv Sylvan Chocolates, 50c a Po “" d Fenway Chocolates, 50 c a Pound Liggett's Chocolates, 80c a Pound Barr’s Saturday Candy; a 40c Value Chocolate Mix ture; Saturday OQftlb. and Sunday.... mm 9V Express Rates and Parcel Post TOILET ARTICLES 15c Harmony Violet or Ross 4 Glycerins AVV 75c New England VlolsL Rosa or Arbutus Toilet 4 Water 75c Chloris Violet COdtr Toilet Water 50c New England Face Powder .'..■MV !5c New Engtlnd Violet or Rose Toilet Water— 19c 50 Boxes of Steel D I e Embossed Initial Station ery, Gold Let ters, 1 Quire of Paper and En velopes to match 25c GUARANTEED RUBBER GOODS AT HOUSE CLEANING PRICES Monogram 2-Qt. Rapid* Flow Fountain Syringe. /Ajj&A nV Made of Real "Rubber. 5Vi Feet Large Tubing, (WJnW 3 Hard-Rubber Pipes, \sr***Jj 2-Quart Bag. Warranted 1 Year. \s/Sy A $2.00 Value; 4» 4 AQ Special Pries. m ily prohibited from using the parcel post. But the interstate commerce commission may take an lntarest in the matter if It should appear that this Is not an isolated Instance, hut that the express companies are uglnj the post regularly for small parcels and charging their regular express rates. It Is no particular concern of the shipper If he chooses the express as a medium of transmittal in delib | crate preference to tne pared post, but the commission may find la the charging of excessive rates grounds for s further revision of express com pany charges In all cases where the Id Actually rendered ultimately by the government. A simple way to get it this matter would be to double the rate to be paid by any recognised common carrier or express company for parcel post service. It la Impor tant that the public should be given the fulleet possible benefit of the par cel post ' facility and cheapness.— Washington Star. Would Compromise. There are #,000,000 Democrats who seud up the fervent plea: "Lord, wo yearn for a mansion in tho skies in the next world, but a poetofflee is good enough for us in this valo of tears!" —Houston Post. Divination. Sesress (mysteriously)—There is a dark something In your life which promises to give you trouble. Patron (with a sigh)—l know It. It Is the brunette I’m engaged to. —Bal- timore American. BMI«» COHMIS. On th«> way to Egypt T. Doubleday Page described, on the Adriatic ths doubtful pleasures of csrasl riding "Yon know the gam# of cup and ballr ho said. "You havs a ball end a oup and you tois the hall In the air and try to catch It In the cup. then toss and trv to catch It again, and so on. Wall when you ride a camel, the beast play cup and ball with you, missing yet nearly every time.”—Washington Star Friday, March 28. 1913 v !&&— ,1 Money-Back Combination Attachment With thia attachment you can make a Fountain Syringe out of any stand ard maka Hot Watar Bottle— A 11.00 Value 7s£ $1.50 2-qt. Excelsior Hot Wa tor Bottle. Special Pries.. 09 V SI.OO Family 2-qL Hot Water Bottle* Special *•««• co. Sin i OJv PURE, FRESH DRUGS i-Qraln Cascara OCp Tablets OOV 25c Strain Quinine 9 £tg* Pills (10Q) 25c 5-oraln Blaud*s 5Jk g* Iron Pills. Jb^V Sso Quart Pure ' Witch Hazel/. •OV JOo Pint imported 9Qjs Bay Rum 09 V 15c Pound Pure Of* Powd. Borax. *, * ♦•SUL 10c Purs Cooking . Ca 100 Purs Epsom A Salto “V 25c Fresh Seldlltz Powders Stf.* 19c 25c Solution Citrate 5 of Magnesia........ A9V 400 '/4-Pound Granular Efferves cent Soda Phosphate ■wv 12.00 Money-Back 2-Quart Hot Water Bottles. Special— -98 c ’ A Lad You Can Take Off Your Hat To There* no need of your wanting sympathy on the poet Longfellow'* grandson, young Ned Dana, the Har> rard graduate who is earning fltfO a week near Boston collecting rLrhdlff aa a conductor of a trolley chr, Jar he wastes none on hlmselr. He says: "I think that doing nothing Injares one’s character. So I looked around for work. A young man coming from college cannot always get a fine job just because of his college sheepskin. Whon a fellow is out of work he l^ ul d snjrthlng he can get I'm not afraid of work And I find I like the chaps I work with. They'll a bully lot." _ _ *2*? 00111(1 well afford to keep young Ned in clover; Dad has stacks of moa ey. But there are two reasons why he won t—dad himself and Ned. The boy has a lot of notions which the family thing are ht*e against rent and Interest and profits, and when he got married he actually insisted that his wife should have as much liberty as himself. That's per hspe in part why dad Isn't tumbling over himself with offers to pay the boy's bills. W But the chief reason is that the lad has a will of his own. lie refuses to be a loafor. 80, we repeat, there's no need to sympathise with him. His fa— **a case for sympathy. But, by Jdvm you can take off your hat to *»(■■ Canny. He (cautiously), if i earwig m, pose would you say "Tear* She (still more cautiously), if ym knew I would say "yes," would you propose ?—London ■vening Standard. Awful find. "What beoame of that u««—faa count who Insulted your* “He choked to death." "How' did that happens v T made him swallow his New York Mail id - .