/A LOCAL PLAYHOUSES
L*C El M.
A play (hat grips and hold* through
L'm druniutlc interest ami fidelity to
lft>, "Fine Feathers," will be th<*
('hri*tma* week offering In the Ly
ceum theuter. "Fine Feather*” wa*
written by Eugene VV altera, author of
"i'utd In Full,” "The Easiest Way” ami
"The Wolf." The story concerns Mr».
Hob Hey nolds, a woman of the pleas
ure-lovtng type, indifferent to extrava
nance and uunble to understand why
her husband cannot earn money n.t
easily u* other non Hhe long* for
wealth and social gaiety, and when her
husband la made a proposition where
by he Is to receive fin.naO for substi
tuting an Inferior grade of cement In
a government contract *h«- coaxes,
threatens and beg* until Hob, through
Ids love for her, finally agrees to ac
cept the graft Involved. The dramatic
la “Fine Feather*” In Lyeeaaa
Interest In the play centers around the
subsequent events In the lives of Dob
and his wife In the flnul moments
Mrs. Reynolds' true test comes. A
small cast Is required for the play and
includes Maude Truax, Kdythe May
Hamilton, Harry Minturn, George Cole,
<’layton Macklem and Rlllle l^elcester.
Rupert Hughes' "Pullman comedy,"
"Excuse Me," will be the Lyceum of
fering for New Year’s week, begin
ning Sunday afternoon. Dec. J 7. The
scenes of the play take place In a Full
»f,nn e«- with a Jolly party aboard
Journeying frlm Chicago to Reno.
A diversified pi obtain of standard
vaudeville attractions has I «-en booked
by the management of the Miles the
ater for Christinas week. Including
several acts of headline caliber. The
Roland West players will offer for the
first tlrna hare ■ dramatic playlet that
created uulte a furore In the east, en
titled, "Between Kiaht and Nine' 1 It
Is described us a gripping one-act plav
lull of tense situations, with the eter
nal triangle foi Its theme, the story
reaching a sensational climax when
the jealous husband seeks r»*vengu.
The cast includes Frederic Karr as
John Randall, a chemist; Elisabeth
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1 IIA HI. KM KI.AMM
Oh .Miles Prugraa
Meredith. an hi* wife, and Wlnthrop
« 'hamherland. a* Robert Walton, the
interloper. Ethel Whtteaide and her
pickaninnies, an act that hae been
twice around the world, will offer a
merry medley of melody, dancing and
nonsense. Hilda Mason and George
Murray, remembered a* one of the
cleverest team* to ever play the Mite*,
return after an absence of nearly two
year* with some rare nonsense and
oxclualvc* song*. Charle* Kla** and
Pen Bernle. the "fiddle-up" boya; Rose
and Moon. In new song* and dance*;
Hanlon and Hanlon, physical marvels,
and the photo-comedies will complete
the show. Home exceptional Warner
feature* ur# promised for the picture
*how preceding the dally vaudeville
matinee, starting at 12:30 o’clock.
Joe Edmond and Gertrude Ung will
occupy the headline position on the
, Orpheum bill next week with vaude
ville’s latest Hcotch musical comedy,
’’The Cllrls From Bonnie Scotland.” Thu
company Includes t'harlcM Jnckltn and
jUICe \varren and there will be a small
chorus and. seven musical numbers.
A popular entertainer In Detroit ia
Carl McCullough, the "Joy germ" who
will offer his familiar and pleaalng
"footllght Impressions. '* Mr. McCul
lough was leading man in "The Pink
W11.1.l % M < AHH
* On Orpheum Hill
Hr ,d "lxMiislana Lou” and was
gasoclated with Mclrtyre and Heath
liT "The Hun. Tree ’• After a repertoire
of aongs he holds conversations with
George Monroe, Ann* Held, llarry
l<auder and other alar* and show* re
markable skill In “onrtoorjlng" them.
May Archer and Billy ‘’nrr promise a
novel himl arnusjmr nuial.al comedy
aklt "The Fort use Teller. and John
,\ West and company "ffer *n original
a> t "Tl.e Brownie find the Wolf." The
Five Juggling Norman*, club manipu
lator* Ponlo and Evelyn, society
dan«-er*. mu’ "ai* pictures round out
the bill Two hour* of new motion
pictures' starting ut 11:30 o’clock pre
cede all matinee performances.
For New Year * week the Orpheum
will offer among otFier feature* the
Acme Four, a favorite quartet, and
Wnod«* animal actor*. In a comedy
drama enacted without the trainers
appearing on the stage
The Gayety theater will present Ren
Welch and his new nhnw to their pat
ron* Christmas wcek r loginning Sum
day afternoon The VWeloh company
is said to possess so many elements
of success that It has* become one of
the most attractive and popular com
panies on the burlesque circuit. Music,
comedy and extravaganza are adroitly
Intermixed In the eiitertulnmcnt. the
book of which was written by Ah..
Leavitt and Hen Welch. In "The Old
Clothes Men" and “Frisco 1H15," the
WmXiM* •* 4 * ,4...
With Ohi Show In Gayety
latter a satire on the Panama Pacltlc
exposition, every advantage is said to
have been taken of the opportunities
to provide a high-class performance.
The musical numbers are by Irving
Berlin ami Ted Snyder, and were pro
duced by James Gorman, general stage
director for Cohan and Harris Besides
Mr. Welch the cast includes. Florence
Bother, Minnie "Bud" Harrison, Vic
Casmore. Pat Kearney, Frank P. Mur
phy, Freda Florence, George Ixiuglas.
Mabel Howard. 20 American Zouaves,
in "Off to Mexico," and a singing and
dancing chorus of twenty-four girls
The Bowery Uurlcsquers with Come
dians Fitzgerald and Quinn heading
the company will be the New Year’H
week attraction In the Gayety theater,
beginning Sunday afternoon, !>e<\ 27.
A play founded upon Will Cnrleton's
famous poern "Over the Hills to the
Poor House," will be presented In the
Avenue theater next week, by the Ave
nue Permanent Players. The locale
of the play is in Klvcrheud, L. 1., and
Alaska, with the story Involving the
Raunders brothers, whose mother is
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HI Til A MOM
With Avenue Player*
compelled to go to the poor house,
when one son flee* to Alaska to escape
the consequence* of a crime that a for
mer friend tries to fasten upon him,
and the financial reverse* of the sec
ond *on. The action of the last act
take* place on Christmas eve and
through the return from Alaska of
Dick Saunders. now a wealthy miner,
the mother Is taken from the poor
house and a happy family reunion Is
Anew burlesque show knpwn as
the "French Frollques," will be the
attraction In the Cadillac theater next
week, beginning Sunday afternoon.
The show will offer handsome new
scenery, pretty costumes and a com
pany of entertainers headed by George
A. Clark who will be assisted by Jim
Barton, J. Howell. Idoyd Murphy, Irene
ij#***’ v ;
“Kreach Frollquee,*’ la Cadillac
Meara. Florence Tanner. Nancy Walk
•r. Charles Fagan, John Woods, .lost*
Wright and Elsie Elmer. Miss Meara
will be remembered by Cadillac pa
trons for her clever work as a mem
ber of the burlesque stock comptny
which played the theater last sum
mer. Twenty singing and dancing
numbers will be features of the bur
lesque which Is called "A Night »n
Paris.” Vaudeville acts will be sup
plied by the Boston quintet In new
songs and comedy stunts and Joseph
U Barbe and Helene Broderick In new
dance*. As an added attraction, the
management has secured Fanlta. or
iental dancer whose specialty will be
staged with novel scenic and electric
CLEANSE THE BLOOD
AND AVOID DISEASE
When your hlootl I* Impure, w eak,
thin and debilitated, your aytem
become* susceptible to any or all
Put your blood In good condition.
Hood’s Harsapartlln n»t* directly
and peculiarly on the blood -It puri
fies, enriches and revitalizes It and
builds up the whole system.
Hood’s BarsspartUa has stood the
test forty years. Get it today.
It ia sure to help you.—Adv.
THE DETROIT - TIMES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1914.
"The Gypsy Maids.’* will occupy the
stage of the Folly theater next week,
loginning Sunday afternoon. Edward
Aipislrong .will head I lie company
whh\h include* not only many popular
burlesque entertainer*, but a number
of faces new to burlesque patrons. Oh*
■tftdr ''f * *
“Gypsy >1 aids.” In Folly
of the leatures of the show Is a trav
esty on "The Soul Kiss,” the popular
muslcuil comedy. Jean Jarvis will have
the principal part in this travesty. An
udded attruction on the bill of vaude
vtlle specialties will be a group of
dunces, with special scenic settings, by
! La Kooche
Anew- and funny farce comedy "A
Silk Stocking" will be the headliner In
the Family theater next week. This
! Is one of the season's latest vaudeville
comedies and will be presented by-
I Harry Ellsworth and company. A nov
elty on the bill will be offered by-
Henrietta Wilson & Cos., the revolver
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Hl .lt NI4 E Y AGftR
On Family Bill
and riHe shoutina expert. The Grey
dun are hilled a* phenomena 1 double
voice Juvanile aingera. Whiting &
Whiting will offer Scotch, aerobatic
and wooden * hoe and buek dancing
Mr. and Mm, Yagge will be seen In a
spectacular bag punching uct for
which elaborate Halting* are employ
ed Gain*-* & Brown, colored come
dians, have a *k>-tch entitled "]>ark
towrt Follies,'' Segal & Franklin, com
edy singer* and dancers, Sam Kaina 1,
the Hawaiian Instrumentalist ami vu
callst and new motion pltures will
complete the bill. /
Eltinge Wants To
He “Just a Man”
i % > ' X: ’
"1 am gradually getting rid of skirls,
This expresses Julian Eltinge’s opln
: ion of feminine roles in spite of his
Nueces’s in them.
j "Os course." says Kltinge. "You
! wouldn’t Judge so from the title of my
newest play, ‘The Crinoline Girl,' You
see a man who Is compelled to dress
himself In women’s clothes about six
■ days out of every week can’t consist
ently eat and drink whatever he
pleases, and when he sits around and
looks at other people ordering to their
heart’s content he becomes a little
Jealous. Nowaday*, a wornnn Is about
10 per cent nature and 90 per cent
art and It causes all kinds of dieting
and living by the health rules to
emulate her. Within two or three
yearn I hope to appear as a straight
actor and forget that I ever had to
dress In feminine toggery’."
Mr. Entlnge will be seen In "The
Crinoline Girl," In the Detroit opera
house. New Year’s week, beginning
Mohday, Dee. 28.
PREMIUM LISTS FOR
POULTRY SHOW ISSUED
Premium lists for the annual De
troit poultry*show to be held in the
armory' Jan. 20-25. are being distrib
uted. pnd Interested fanciers may se
cure copies from John Tomlinson.
No. 210 Jefferson-ave., and Harry
Keenan. No. 9«» r, Fourteenth ave.. this
city, or J. A. Turner, secretary of the
Michigan Poultry Breeders’ assorts
tlon. Ijtnsing The list of prises Is
the most liberal ever offered by the
n««oclatlon. and It Is thought that the
1915 show will be the biggest Detroit
Tennessee last rey produced min
erals valued at 921/^2.931.
LIGHT FOR WEEK
December is Not Showing l’p
Very Strong, Hut Tew New
Projects Being Noted
December in not snowing up very
stroug In regard to new work coming
lrom the offices 01 the architect*, but
: few new project being noted accord
ing to the report of the Builder*, a
Richard M Marr is preparing plan*
lor a block of eight, one-story brick
stores to be erected on the southeast
corner of Park and Sprout sts., tor If.
B. C. Wetzel A Cos. have prepared
plana for a two-story brick store and
flat building to be erected on Uratioi
ave., between Townsend and Baldwin
The other new work wa» largely of
u residence nature and did not reach
a very great volume
BATTLES FOR ESTATE OF
The entangled matrimonial affairs
of Elizabeth Brooks, a Negress, who
say* she was the common-law wife of
Edmond Brooks, form the grounds of
u heated legal struggle being beard by
Probate Judge Hanley. Relatives of
Edmond Brooks, who was killed 'by
an interurban car near Jackson, main
tain that Mrs. Brooks has three hus
bands living. They are trying to dte
pose her as administratrix of the
Brooks estate, on the grounds that
she Is not the widow of the street car
Mtb. Brooks denied that, she had
three other husbands living. Two of
them died, she said, and the third
went away from her to live with a
former wife. She said she nearer con
sidered her third marriage a legal
one. The Brooks estate amounts to
$3,000. paid by the Detroit, Ypsllantl,
Ann Arbor & Jackson railway in set
tlement of any claim the estate might
BRICK DEALERS PREPARE
Plans for the handling of the Na
tional Association of Brick Manufac
turers’ uunual convention, which Is to
he held in Detroit, Feb. 15-20, are
rapidly maturing. In a recent meet
ing of the brick manufacturers and
dealers, George H. Clippert, who is
state vice-president of the national
association, was elected executive
chairman of the local committee on
arrangements. He has appointed a
number of committees.
( It Is 20 years ago since the brick
manufacturers have met In I>etrolt.
At that time the most successful con
vention In the history of the organ
ization was held. Since then, the as
sociation has grown considerably, and
! It Is now the hope of the local com
mittee to establish a record for the
coming convention for other cities to
aim at in the future.
GIVES PRIZES TO STAFF
The Hgnnan Real Estate exchange
announces sales of sub division prop
erty aggregating $1,250,000 during the
year. During the last three years
the company has disposed of $4,600,-
000 wortli of property. The 1914 rec
ord Is slightly below that of 1913, the
banner year in the history of the
company. Salesmen of the subdivision
department held a luncheon In the
Board of Commerce building. Satur
day, and the annual distribution of
prizes took place. W. H. Blair, one
of the seven superintendents, received
first prize; A. B. Hart, who did the
largest volume of business of any In
dividual on the force, second, and
Carl H. Schanhlte, who made the
best record for three consecutive
months, third. Valuable watches were
India’s public health problem U
vitally complicated by the fact that
lilting insects are a prominent factor
In the dissemination of dlseaae..
The Confessions of a Wife
"Kleanor Fairlow la quite 111 and
has been taken to the hospital for an
operation for app* ndicitia.
A week ago Dick told me this and
said: "Margie, perhaps you had bet
ter call and send her some flower*.
I ordered some roses sent to her
at once and yesterday went up to see
her She has come through the oper
ation all right, and I must J
saw her look so well as she did with
her h'»avy black hair braided and tied
with rose pink ribbons coming out
from under her lace and rose ribbon
Her room was Ailed with flowers
and included the white rose* I had
sent that morning.
On 1 er pillow was a tiify bunch of
pansies with a piece of paper twisted
around It on which was written with
"There’s pansies, lhats ror
I wonder who sent them? 1 know
It could not be Dick, for he never did
anything so sentimental In hh» life,
and yet if he had sent them It would
have been Just like him to have dic
tated the quotation to his stenog
"I am verv glad to see you, Mrs.
Waverly," said MW* Fairlow, extend
ing to me a beautifully manicured
hand. I wonder why the sight of that
hand made me immediately decide to
take Dick's advice and keep a maid.
Perhaps It was because my own hands
f were not quite as well kept as usual
and showed the effects more or lea*
of my housekeeping. Miss Fairlow
plunged into the telling of her ex
perience* as a victim of appendicltla.
I have often wondered why every
woman wanted to make an organ
recital” of the first call you made
upon her after she had had an opern
ition. .. .. .
"Are Dick’s Augers well” asked
i Miss Fairlow after she had finished
! a minute description of her own hurts.
I "Yes. he has them out of the cast,
iHe tell* mt h« Is going 1° hold *
celebration of the event shortly.
Miss Fairlow looked at me r«ther
curiously. Then she pjeked up the
bunch of pansies and held them jpore
to b*r mouth than to b*r bon, aa If
< **- i
Taylor Holmes, who has visited D«-
troit a number of times as a vaude
ville headliner in the Temple, will
come to this city New Year’s week to
appear in the Oarrick theater, as co
star with Walter Jones, in the amus
ing farce, “The Third Party."
Mr. Holmes hi an unusually facile
comedian, able to create unlimited
laughter and with the happy faculty
of winning and holding an audience
with his quips and stories, laugh fall
ing upon laugh. Mr. Holmes will be
pleasantly remembered locally also,
for his clever w'ork as the "grouch"
In "The Million," and in the leading
role of James Forbes’ comedy, "The
The weekly member*’ content In the
Detroit XYhlst club. Monday evening,
resulted In the following score*:
Beet end West.
J. W. MoCausey and Tho*. Watson,
plus 6 1-1.
▲. C. Stellwagen and W. W. Kurts,
plus 1 1-3.
C. F Bazine and 8. A. Commons;
minus *« 2-3.
.North and Smith.
T. 8. Pratt and Dummy, plus 3 1-3.
W. N. Kdson and Harry Wyma,
T. U. Balkwell and H. F. Boehm,
minus 1 3-3.
In the Saturday game the following
scores were made:
East end West.
Mrs. M R. Bennett and H. D Marks,
Mrs. F. J. Menu and 8. A. Commons,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bazine. minus *H.
North and South.
Mrs. 8. A. Common* and Thos. Wat
son. plus lVb
F. K W. Bright and W. I. Bloom,
Mr*. Q. J. Ka*tenburg and J. W. Mo-
Cauaey mlnu* H-
Mrs 1* Charbeneau and W. N. Kdson,
The ladles’ night gain*. Thursday,
waa a popular event tn whist circles,
attracting a large contingent of play
ers. This contest open to ladle* and
mixed-pairs will be held each alternate
Thursday evening In the club room In
the Arcadia building. The next date
will be Dec. SI. New Tears eve. and all 1
whist players are cordially Invited to
participate The following scores re
sulted to last Thursday night’s play:
Rm( and West. O
Mr*. F. J. Stout and XV. I. Bloom,
plus 3 2-3.
Mr. and MrseF. J. Meno, plu* 3 2-8.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steiner, plus 2-1.
Mr. and Mrs. XV. D. Fllswortn, minus
Mr*. L. Charbeneau *nd H. D. Rog
ers. minus 4 1-3.
Mr. and Mr*. W. N. Kdson. minus
North aid Mouth.
Mrs. M R. Bennett and H D. Marks,
plus 8 1-8.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Stellwagen. plus
Mrs. N. C. Taylor and Mr. Brown,
plu* 1 1-1.
Mrs. N. M. Town* and T. 8 Pratt,
Mrs. IV. H, Speaker and F. J. Devan
port, mlnti* t 2 3.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCausey, minus
The Ayes Have It!
"I wish we had more literary peo
ple like Blank."
“Great Scott! He’» never had any
"That’s Just why."—Chicago Inter-
Eleanor Fairlow is My Friend
she wished to caress them rather
than to Inhale their fragrance.
"Mrs. Waverly,” she said, "I believe
you are a most peculiar woman.
Rometimos you strike me aw not hav
ing any of the trlvialties in your na
ture that I hud in the natures of most
of the members of my sex.
"I do not think you are of a Jealous
disposition and I am coming to the
conclusion that you are net at all sus
"I hope I am neither of these, Mlhr
Fairlow. I have always felt that to
be Jealous argued one’s self 'nferior
and to be suspicious would make me
feel mean ”
“I wish you would let me be your
friend/’ she said impulsively.
"Why, my dear girl, I cannot have
too many friends,” I answered, “that
I should refuse that request of any
one. You and I have much in accord
I know. We like the *ame books, the
same plays and. Indeed. I have always
thought that, of all Dick’s women
friends, I would like you best If we
only knew each other better."
”1 want to be your friend—your real
friend. Margie,” she said, as she held
cut her hand. "You believe that, don't
The appeal to m> faith in her struck
me rather strangely, but, seeing the
tears In her eyes, I bent and kissed
her. I do like her very much and I
am glad that l have caliad on her, for
by doing so I have gotten to her as
I never have before.
When I arrived home that night I
told Dick what BIMBOf had said TN
only remark he made was: "I knew
you girla would like each other. You
are much alike In many things.”
Then he smoked a long while In
silence, and when I said: "Dick, I’m
sleepy; I’m going to bed.” lie raine
over and gathered me In hh» arms, al
most fiercely, and whispered;
"Margie, I dc love you and >ou
only. And whatever happens to you
|and me always remember that ”
"What could happen to us, Dick,
dear?*’ 1 said. He did not answ'er. hut
closed my eyes with kisses.
It was a goon deal of emotion for
Mck to express, but it made me very
(To Be Continued.)
Detroit is Favorite
Star of “Third Party**
• With the Whistera
'I HE OLD WORLD WAR
* bROM DAY TO DAY
BY J. W. T. MASON,
t Former Euiopeau Uaaasrr of the
t utted Press.l
. NEW YOhk. Dec. lit. -ill *•
in.) —Tbt dsngdrqua temper of
public opinion in Hungary,
moused by lineman troop* cl os*
iiig the t'urputhiant) into Hun
garian territory, is now revealing
itself as the in-nif'diute cause ot
Austria's defeat in Servla. Rw
olutionury outbreaks apparently
have born occurring, not only in
Hungarian ton ns. Out also in the
r luur.Hrian parliament. The pi*
mier. Count, Tisza, is declared
to have threatened, In thinly
veiled language, that Hungary
would separate from Austria and
continue the war solely in accord
lino with Hungarian interest, un
less better protection were afford
ed the Hungarian civilian popula
Apparently. this attitude fright
ened the Viennese government, as
well It might, and large bodies of
troops were withdrawn from Ser
vla, to expel the Russians from
Hungary, It seema, therefore,
that the victory of the Serbs was
due to the diversion created by
Russia in Hungary. By sending
strong detachments through the
Carpatrian passes from Galicia.
Russia relieved the Servian pres
sure and rescued her Slav pro
To have accomplished this, the
Russians undoubtedly penetrated
far Into Hungary. Cossack raid
ers are said to have ridden with
in 60 miles of Budapest. Wheth
er they really did get so far, or
not, there is no doubt but that
the Hungarian government was
growing alarmed for the safety of
its capital at the time when the
Austrians were making their vic
torious march through Servla.
An attempt is now being made
In Vienna to put the blame of the
Servian defeat upon Gen. Po
tlorek, who commanded the oper
ations. He Is said to have been
Miss Isabelle Stroh will entertain
at dinner, Monday evening.
Theta Sigma sorority will give a
dancing party in the Hotel Pontchar
train, New Year's night.
Mrs. Louis J. Hlrschman, No. 04
Garfield ave., was the hostess of a
delightful bride-tea, Friday.
The Alpha lotiPsorority will give a
supper-dance New Year's day, in the
Twentieth Century club building.
The class of January, 1914, of Cen
tral High school will hold a reunion
in the girls’ “gym" of the school,
Tuesday evening, Dec. 29.
Mis* Frances ~~M. Curtis returned.
Saturday morning, from Vassar, to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Curtis.
Mrs. Truman H. Newberry will give
a reception and the dansant, Monday
afternoon, in the Country club, in
honor of members of the Yale Musical
The Yale Musical clubs will give a
concert, Monday evening, in the Hotel
Pontchartrain. Dancing will follow
the concert, the club to be the guests
of Yale alumni.
Mr. aud Mrs. f>avld C. Whitney
and Mr. and Mrs. M. Whitney, of
Orosse Pointe, will leave immediately
after the holidays for an extended
trip In California, returning by way
Mrs. Charles M. Metcalf, of Orosse
Pointe, will give a buffet luncheon,
Monday, for her daughters, the Misses
Mario® and Elisabeth Metcalf, who
returned. Saturday, from Wellesley
college for the holidays.
Mrs. Frederick K. Steams enter
tained at luncheon, Thursday, in hon
or of Ml** Jes Hie Bonstelle, who spent
the week in Detroit in connection
with the production of the play “In
the Vanguard," now' to be seen In the
Mifls Irene Bezner. of Orosse Pointe.
w’lll entertain at dinner, Saturday
evening, the guest of honor to be En
sign William Jackson Hart, D. S N..
who will spend the Christmas holidays
in Detroit. The engagement of Miss
Bezner and Ensign Hart was recently
Mr. and Mrs. Ney A. Rice and little
daughter. Bethel, No. IRB Oakland
ave., will leave the first of the week
to spend the Christmas holidays in
Millington, Mich., where there will be
a rennnlon of four generations —Mrs.
Lydia Rice, gfi years old. Frank E.
Rice. 57. Ney A Rice, 31, and Baby
i Bethel, nine months.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean G. Martin, of
Honeoye Falls. X. Y., will give a din
ner. Saturday evening, to announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Miss Mvra A. Martin, to Richard H.
iAwrence, of Detroit. Mr. I>awrence.
who Is the popular young manager of
the Garrick theater, left Detroit for
Honeoye Falls, Friday.
The marriage of Miss Claire Wea
dock. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Weadock, to Professor Roget Morrl-
Ison. College Station. Texas, will be
quietly solemnized In the home of the
bride s parents. No 102 Ferry ave.
least. Saturday evening. Dec. 28. Miss
‘ Isabelle Weadock will be her sister’s
' attendant and Donald Morrison, of
I Chicago, brother of the groom, will
be best man Following a southern
trip, the young couple will make their
home In Rryan. Tex.
The marriage of Miss I.aura May
; Stevens, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
(James Cyrus Stevens, to Wilfred Stu
art Thompson. *•> quietly solemnized
Wednesday. Dec. 18. at high noon. In
the chapel of St. Pauls cathedral.
The ceremonv was performed by the
Wry Rey Dean fl. S Marquis and
Canon John MeCarroll Miss Marie
Mann and Ralph Sparling w ere the at
tendants. After Feh 1. Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson will he at home at No. 17t»
Atlantic City, New Jersey
The Leeds Comoan y
willing to spare three army corps
for use in Hungary, aud thereiore
he is responsible for the de
It is liupoidbitr to say what lu*
li’ictp-u t'u* brought, to bear on
I'otior. Iv to cause him to •release
ball of his forces, but the Hun
garian situation, a* it is now be
* oini,l K known, suggests he had
no choice in the matter.
i Iti ih one of the mysteries
•hat Hungary's revolutionary teiu
j>er dears up. it ml%i accounts in
ome measure tor Von Hinden
• erg s success in i'olnnd. Servla’s
cry to Petrogrsd for help, un
doubtedly was answered at the
expense of the Warsaw defenses.
I«» send troops over the Car
pathians, Russia’s army in cen
’ial Poland hud to be weakened.
1 ills gave Von Hlndenberg his op
portunity and while Russia de
veloped her Hungarian throat, to
relieve the Serbs the German
army has been able to make Its
astonishing advance almost to
The close relationship between
the Servian, Hungarian and Po
land campaigns ’ thus becomes
LAWYERS ARE TOLD OF
PROPOSED LAW CHANGES
Recommendations for sweeping
changes in the methods of court prac
tice and procedure in Michigan, were
heard, Saturday afternoon, by mem
bers of the Detroit Bar association -
and the lawyers’ club, In a meeting
in the Hotel Cadillac. Alva M. Cum
mins, of Lansing; J. Clyde Watt, of
Saranac, and Mark W. Stevens, of
Flint, members of the commission ap
pointed two years ago by Gov. Ferrto
to prepare bills for the revision and
consolidation of statutes regulating
court practice, presented their report
to the lawyers, and explained the pro
The purpose of the proposed revis
ion is to simplify the methods of prac
tice and procedure. Laws which con
flict with one another have been re
vised. in Instances where two or
more statutes appear on the books, all
having the same object, the commit
tee has consolidated them. The revis
ions and consolidations, if enacted
Into law by the legislature, will save
much time for attorneys, and elimi
nate unnecessary delay, say members
of the commission.
i Poatofflce Inspector K. E. Fraser Haris
teat a forclira lottery scheme la be
ing boomed In Detroit by mall, but
he ts powerless to stop tt because
the letters are mailed outside the
jurisdiction of the t’nlted States
postal law**. The letter* come from
Geneva, Switzerland, the home of tha
"Bond Cert lflcate club" hotter le*
are prohibited In the l.’nited States.
* In the Italian
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► society dances.
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Dec. 19 to 26 Only
’ I’uMlr dancing iu the
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