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I although the won't celebrate her 70th b rthday anniversary until December, Queen Alexandra, dowager Bueen of England (above at right), is already making plans for the family birthday party, which Is to inolude representatives -from almost every court in Europe. Dowager Queen Margherita of Italy (at left above) was one If the most Interested visitors at the International Council of Women recently held in Rome. I “Carmen Sylva." the queen of Roumania (at right below) has just completed the libretto of an opera which Ivlil be produced soon. The Kaiserin of Gerrnany'(in center) surprised a school boys’ picnic at Potsdam wood Ihe other day by sending them cakes and coffee from the royal kitchen. Unless the doctors can save her sight by the removal of a cataract from her left eye, Queen Victoria of Sweden (below at left) may soon become blind. To rfmovfl jelly from ' gla8«, put :lasß for two or throe minutes in warm vater. The Jelly will slip easily from slans and be perfect in shape. Paint can be removed from silk or voolen r»hj(ls by soaking the spot in ipirits of turpentine and letting it itand for some hours. Then rub the (tain between the fingers and the Has Mother Had Her Vacation ? IF on 7 - You ffelp Her to “Rest at Home" ** f * w » *V »' ' A , .. • “A 1 v•. > » j •~ \ ■ y ; m.* y • - . \ . \ \ % I > .- • ! \ i \\ f ( • \ m it \ m •' xt Vv ■* ‘ tyA € \ ; i ( B -j tmw tcM' i * | 5 site. W IZTLi t I V W— - * & I 1 ■ -m* to*# ■ Queens You Have Been Reading About paint will fall away and no mark wjll remain. For grit in the eye apply a drop or two of castor oil; it relieves the irri tation. When peeling onions hold a cork between the teeth and the eyes will not become affected. Hit CAROIAXE COE. Sot a time for mother’s vacation and see that she gets it. 1 know this startles you, for, while in most families all members feel they must have a vacation, mother seldom gets one. Try tills plan: Give mother a va cation at home. It is usually the most comfortable place for her. If mother has always been ihe first to rise in the morning have her sleep until breakfast is ready to serve. Even if there are no girls In the fam ily. this may be easily done. Any one of my three boys can prepare a simple meal as easily as I. I>»t mother plan the breakfast tho night before, and each member or the family, with tlie exception of her self, can have some part of the morn ing work assigned to her or him. Even if all the family work out side the house, simple meals can be arrunged and the dishes can stand until night, when the family returns home. 1 know' our dear old grand mothers would he shocked at this suggestion, hut in these days of hurry and hustle we may he excused if we do not follow old-time customs. If the members of the family are accustomed to eating their luncheon away from home, let them make this, for this week, their heartiest meal, thus making supper Instead of din ner possible. When washing the dishes prepare the table for the next meal it Is no more work to put the dishes on the table than to store them In a china closet at night. Attend to everything possible that may help hasten the work In the morning. Put the' living room In order, pick up dhe papers ami thus save time in the morning. Don’t ask mother to find one thing you have misplaced. Do not com plain to her. no matter how upset the household may become. Bear all the trials, labor and can* for this one week. Mother has withstood all these and the anxiety of a family all these years. Allow mother to go and do ns she pleases, and you will sure ly see a happy, rested look lake the place of the care-worn expression on mother’s face von all have noticed .since the trying, hot weather began THE DETROIT TIMES JULY 1914. KUNZ SCHOOL SITE UP TO CHADSEY Committee Will Make No Deci sion Until Return of Super intendent The question of the location of tho new Kuuz school is still hanging fire. The real estate committee of tho Board of Education decided In Its meeting, Tuesday afternoon, not to come to any decision in the matter till the return of Supt. Chudsoy from Denver. Ou account of the determin ed protest made against the site first selected by the committee, Inspector Audi, chairman of the real.estate com mittee, asserted, Tuesday afternoon, that the question would be put up to the superintendent. It was announced by the Joint com mittee selected to represent the al lied civic improvement associations of southeastern Detroit, that if the pro posed site at Goethe and Fairvlew ayes, is approved injunction proceed ings will be started to prevent the building of the school there. This committee consists of I)r. R. C. Si mons, John Irviue and Frederick Ross. The objections raised to the Goethe ave. location are that It is too far north and too high priced. Supt. Chadsey may not return from his western trip for two weeks. BOOST MOYNIHAN FOR COURT COMMISSIONER Joseph A. Moynihan. attorney, with offices in the Majestic building, has a host of friends boosting his candi ducy for circuit court commissioner on the Republican ticket. Mr. Moyni han enjoys the confidence of his fel low members at the bar, and has a large local acquaintance owing to his frequent appearance on the platform during recent campaigns. He is a fluent speaker, with a knowledge of the law that his friends claim would make him an ideal commissioner. OCEAH ITE AXsiHr* NORTH - V GERMAN B LLOYD■ J ondon—H u is—Brenu*n *l\ riinpi l«<-*«lii < rdllr Ini' L’s HBRjj it l.rn*H«.r Kiirfurmf .Ini' 't* l 'Krnniirln* Wilhelm I W r Hnrltapiii>ii \n K . aHR ■i.i'"rui' w Kkhiiiuion \iin. s Qrj)L •Knl*rr Wll helm \ iik. It HH m '•! Bremen • Inert Vjirii.H ill) n ret lilt) cabin jHHHj Malllmorp-llrrmrn illrfrl, EuWV Om> lalnn (11* \\>itne«<lav< B^^K THE MEDITERRANEAN BB? Priniens lr<n-' tun i K'h'iilk Ml*ert *»rpi. .”, Till niiis Ii i iti-i >.■>»(. India KgjArJ frum N w Y'•>! kInI nr ► p*! :»n»t BB nth Inn-rlin via Luo pe I- . , Independent Trips, Anunl First class the World throughout tH.’ii.ii:, A i ■ 1 Traveler*’ cheek* fund all over nnrlil, Oelrfeha A Cos.. Ay Oen Aft a., jMI. NIJI Broadway, N. Y. liBI or local a pen • a 7he Confessions of a Wife Dick Fla ys Cards for Money I have juat learned a most awtm thing. Dick plays cards tor money! No. dear little book, 1 don't believe he is u regular gambler, but when he tells me he “sits in a game'' he lb playing with chips, each ohe of which means some sum of real money. 1 never understood when he told me thut he “was in u hole ’ that he meant lie had lost money, and wheu he said that he had lost the night be fore ai cards 1 did not think it was real money that is, money to any large amount. And he also bets sums of money on other things. That is where much of his salary goes Jim Edit) came over last evening and in his usual laughing manner he said. “Well. Margie, you've got to get your money for the rent of your furniture front Dick.'’ * What do you mean? 1 asked. •T ut it, Jim,'’ I heard Dick say under liis breath. Evidently Jini did not hear him, for he said 'Well, Margie. 1 am here to tell you that l have already paid thut mum > to Dick." “1 can’t understand why you should pay money which belongs to me to my husband. But as you have done so. I'll Just say to him ‘pass it over,’ and an long as I get it it makes no ■■ - ■ —* SOCIAL and I PERSONAL Mrs. Aaron R. Gates left, Tuesday, for a visit In Montroal and Boston. The annual outing of the students of the Detroit Commercial qpllege will take place Thursday, to Bo Is Blanc. Mr. and Mrs Raipn M. Dyar and Mrs. Dyar's mother. Mrs. Frederick K. Stearns, left Tuesday for an east ern motor trip. Miss Mary Frost gave a luncheon. Tuesday, In honor of Miss Ethel Prince, of Yonkers, N. Y., the guest of Miss Frances Curtis. —(•> —- Mrs. Mary Hurrah Waterman has returned from Cuba to spend the sum mer with her mother, Mrs. Hester H. Hurrah, No. 47 Phlladeiphia-ave. west. Mr. Waterman’s death took place in Camaguey, Cuba, in March, • Miss Grace E. Harrah, teacher of Spanish in Central High school, is spending the summer ii> Spain, study ing the language wit. nor Miguel de Umamuno, presid* n~ Salamanca university, the oldest university in Spain. An informal social will follow tho mid-week service, Wednesday even ing. in the Fort-sf. Presbyterian church house. The Rev. Robert Ellis Thompson will give a brief address In the service, on “The uplift of friendship.” Ashlar lodge. No. 91, F. & A. M„ will give a complimentary river and fgf <—ON OUR SECOND FLOOR=y \ Announce / y%\\ Thursday NqJ Extraordinary | WHITE WAIST SALE On Our Second Floor—Thursday Morning ABOUT THREE THOUSAND WAISTS (All New, Attractive Models) / \ An I nusual Mid-Summer Sale of High-ClassT T A T TJ IQ T Z TH 1 Merchandise at just about JLjL 1 V A-J A A * J 48c, 78c, $1.28, $1.48, $1.98 Former Prices, SI.OO to $2.98 I Just Received Another Shipment of ■ \ ; . ' , . A ' : '\A | ■' Our Famous Wirthmor Waists at $1 These waists represent the best values in Detroit. ou may safely compare them with any $1.50 or $2.50 waist on the market, and the stvles are all new. ail up-to-date. \ • —/ .;;j Sndii&ii Cornp&ntf J *• MW uilTerence if be gives it to me or you , do." 1 held out my bund and smiled at 1 Dick. "I haven't the money, Margie.’ J i)i<■ k said with a frown. Jim did not | give me any money." "What is it you buvs say under thc§e circumstances? Isn't it: ‘You’ll have to show me?' ’ "Como across, Dick; come across, ' said Jim with a laugh, and he seemed to be thoroughly enjoying something that i knew nothing about. 1 still held my hand out to Dink for the money, because 1 knew If 1 did not get it while Jim was there 1 would uot get it at all. And, al though Dick looked decidedly . au- ( noyed, yet 1 held my way as though* it were a joke. ' I tell you Jim did not pay me any money,” reiterated Dick. ‘‘What do you know about that"' was the slang by which Jim tried to express his surprise. "Y’ou see," lie said, "Dick and 1 went to the ball game yesterday and I remarked that I had the fifty for you in my pocket. Just then Ty Cobb came to the plate “ ‘l’ll bet you that fifty against It doubled that Cobh knocks out a three bagger,’ said Dick. lake ride, on the Pleasure, Thursday afternoon and evening, for lodge mem bers and their families. The boat will leave at 1 o’clock and return landings will be made at 6,7, 9 tind 12 o'clock. About 100 students in the Ypsilanti Normal Training school will come to Detroit, Friday, to visit the Bishop school playgrounds. The children there will give an exhibition of gamen, folk dancea and display their accom plishments in basket-weaving, sewing, etc. Miss Rllzabeth~£oomU will give ft supper party, Wednesduv evening, in the Country club, for so guests, in honor of her sister. Mrs. J. Henry Alexandre, of New York. Mrs. James Tha^ur. McJlUlftn will entertain for Mrs* Alexandre, Thursday, at lunch eon, and In the evening Mrs. J. Bur gess Book, Jr., will give a dinner. A delegation of trade unionists called on Minister of Labor Crothors to urge the establishment throughout Canada of free labor bureaus to tako the place of private establishments, and remove many abuses which have developed under this system. The government official indicated that he was in sympathy with the proposal and that w-hilo he had Investigated the Fnglish plan his dej»artment would continue investigations in the hope of supplanting the private concerns and their ■vwlndllng practices with bureaus controlled by the government. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S cAST O R I A ’* You r* on,’ said .1 "It did not seem to lfe Dick s lucky day," continued Jim with a laugh as he winked at me to notice Dick's low ering (.i< e. for t’obb struck out. and so you see I don't owe you anything for your beautiful furniture, except to tell you of my deep appreciation | of its charm the last few weeks.’* "I can’t yet understand how Dick is able to let you discharge your debt to mo just because some ball player you call Ty Cobb ’strikes out’— what* I **ver that may be , "I never Intended that Jim should pay anything for the use of our fur niture. I was glad for him to rake the rooms oIY of our hands," Dick spoke gruffly,. 1 could see he was much auno>«il at Jim and. munltke, he was taking it out of me I thought j I had better let tho matter drop, but ; I had been counting on that money I to help me buy things for my now , apartment. It rather astonishes me to see with j what ease a matt will throw away your dollars while lie Usually makes you account for every penny of the money he thinks Is his. (To Be Continued i c HAROLD MAC GRATH’S World’s Famous Moving Picture Story Now Heady in Book Form J6 mo.. Cloth. 50 crnLi Extra illustrated paper. 75 cents THE BOBBSMERRILL COMPANY At all Bookseller* Page Five Grand Trunk Sea-Side Trips Smell salt water. Go to the sea coast for a complete change. Plunge through the surf; ride the huge rollers. See the yacht races; sail or row youraelf; coming in with such an appetite for lobster, mackerel, hluertsh. scrod oys ters. a fish dinner, or clam bake Round Trip, New York, $27; Atlantic City, $27.00; Boston, $25 60: Portland, $27.36. it. mic. smita. r. r. a t. a* alls Woodward *v, Detroit. rboae Mala SNOO. Hrnik- St. Depot, Pboae Mnln .1320.