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Gpetahc Songbird Will Wot hie in America Until War Clouds Pass * jBBBINm|eIwS 7%. *-’v ' *WOBr ' 40** JEMIMA ' H ■Mfli i-- t' r c. •MiM* > JafiF MsS '** it d&Z < sfi® '■ Ai VjS PRMA Z. A f*. °> W .zx From Bohemia comm* Mile. Zmislch. latest songbird to arrive from Europe She will sing In the Metropolitan grand opera until the European war clouds roll by. THE CONFESSIONS OF A WIFE Dick Thirtks It Is Hot, I*erhap> He Is (light. "Is Man really going to get ma> ried again?" asked Dick, after th** old crowd hud *.>no. *'l think so. Aren't you glad if Mary can rtnd happiness anywhere that she will take it? Why do urn resent it? She wa# a good wife to Jack." "Yes, I suppose so,” Maid Dick with, a igh. ' I gtteaa it rather o'ei turns my iheoiie# that a woman should nev* r marry a seconditime 1 laughed. "Hut your motli* i Lu * married strain*’ "Margie you don't for one mo rrent think mother and old man Trent ur* in love with each other. They only wanted the caltn compan ionship of old .«• "Oh. did they. Well, niy de;ir Dick, limn to thi« l read him the letter Mollie wrote me. Win n I reached the \ ;tr» w|)#-re she told about seeing Mr. Trent kit** her mother and both of them blushing. Dick mu:D red, "I should hope they would Why will old people make auch fools of themselves'’" "Are they fools. Dick'"* I asked. Dick look* and at rue In surprise “What do you mean? he ask'd "Would e ' \ (HI .ike to i|\ *• It II !l over again ' "We at* not old. and be.*tde 1 am llvieg i: led Dick glibly. "Oh. no. you are not. Whnt you are living now is very different from ‘tin terrible emotional earth quake' iith< uphraved in your life when we first met "I don f believe we would be hw man If we both sometimes did not wish it back again. We all say love is eternal hut it rarelj lasts, with Its mingled ecstasies and anguish, more than n year or two Then you men go seeking the divine thrill again, but deep buck In your mind you have bound up with your mans ego tlam the Idea that, having known you and loved you no woman could again feel the t'tider passion for any other man. "This, my dear Dick, ia another of the min made ideas of woman. "Won't vou e\er realize that while woman's love Is less transient thun man's, yet there is no reason why she should not, and docs pot, love more flinn once. Don't yon renieni ber whut George Eliot says'”' "Never read any of h»-r hlgh-brow stuff." answered Dick. "This is not 'high brow,' Dick She asks. 'Why is If poets have said so much about our first love and so lif tie about our later loves?' "George Eliot was one of the first somni to be honest with her r«ad •rs and herseft on the subject of loving." "It's rot. Margie, and if you were not tied down In bed Id be wonder Ing who was making love to you." "Dick, how ran you he so com mon so viilcnr’” "Ves. that Is lust It The com mon Is what we must always rail the vulgar, but Is It? "You let your mind dally around here trying to find some outlet for your love beratt *• rout think I hgve been untfiie to you. j "Won't vAn oer understand, mv dear, that in a man's scheme of life what you call being ’untrue* does not in any way effect his tlio one woman"" "Then why should th»- same thing effect m \ true for you. Dl^k?’ •T don't know I only know it docs. Yon women have auch a habit OF INTEREST TO WOMEN AND THE HOME tot ignoring facts when you begin to discuss things. - ' "Hut Dirk." "I ll no*, be 'butted* my dear. I've got to go to the office. I’ll fell Mrs. Sc I win we are coming over there to I live with her. Shall I?" j "Walt another day. I want to j know ho * long I'll have to U» here like it log." A shade passed over Pit k's face, ns he placed his hand on my cheek for an Instant, —then turned quickly o w ay. Someway, little book, there only seems to be a great pity in DTHOt eyes when he looks at mo these and a y -. I wonder why. IKIWl"- Mom of us neglect our eyes until ♦ are in such a dangerous that wn must car** fur them. Mow many road In poor light, sloop with the light streaming In on the pyea, or strain them in the sunlight when bathing at the seashore or motor ing! Mow many of you bath the eves dally? The daily eye hath Is one of th<* most Important and essential partr of every person's life. None would live in a house with unwashed win dowt But we will go year after year without w-ashing the windows of Ihe soul. When one considers how a clear, sparkling eye adds to the attrac tlvenesa of n lace, one realizes that the best of care sheuld he given this sensitive orgrt. I am told b> physicians tha* iu dignat lon, nervousness, headache and other ailments are often the r« suit of weak, strained, or tired eyes. Many women do not know their eyes are not normal, man: are too vain to wear glasses. They prefer to disrupt and upset ihe en llr* syatfrm rather than wear a pai of glasses because they look better without them If the trouble i< taken in time*, she glasses need never hr worn In public. The eye hath should he taken 111 the <noi^t<inand before retiring Tie evOj cup fits over the opety e>e and the water will wash It out. Sos; or distilled water should he used A pinch of salt thorough!: diluted strengthens the eye and rests It Mr boric aicid |p njr-n a good eye wash The cup must he well cleansed he fore using on either eye Sometinv one eye will be Infected while the other la quite well and the eve cup MILADY’S BEAUTY SECRETS By CATHERINE CALVERT. (Mrs. Paul Armstrong.) How Are Your Eyee? Miss Agnes' Burton, No. *•& Bos -1 ton bLd , is in Tryon, N C. —<r Mrs. Doitayj Maclean Is in Atlan tic t’lty for a few weeks. - j Miss Eleanors S. Candler, ha* 1 gone to Tryon. N.for a mouth’s stay. \£/ — Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Nelson, of the Garden Court apartments, have j gone to Bon Air. Fla. ~<®~- Mr. and Mrs. Johb H. Avery, who have* been passing the winter 1 months in Florida have gone to Cuba Mrs Willard H Hutchings. No. 901 Jefferson-ave., will entertain Dorussen Gesellachaft, Friday after noon, March 31. Henry Schumann Meink will give a lecture-recital on "Richard Wagner." The membership committee of the Tuesday Musical** will meet Thurs day morning, April ft. it 10 o'clock. In the home of the chairman, Mrs. Mark B. Stevens. No. .'<7 Oarfleld ave. —<jj> — Mra. Dorothy lvlrchner Earle, of Washington. D Is the guest of her parents .Mr. ami Mrs. Otto Kirchner with whom she will spend several weeks. — Royal Dadmnn. oanione, will give a song recital, Wednesday morning, it th*- Hotel Pontcliartraln, In the tecries of Lenten Mornings Musical, arranged by t'harle Frederic Morse. • Mrs Charles Alton Andrus of Sag ir.aw. Is the guts of "Mrs. William ■ Andrew O'Donnell, Jr.. No. IW* I Rhode Island-ave.. on her way home : from a winter's s'av In Florida. —rsv- The Alpha lota will give a ball Friday evening. March 31, in the Hotel Statler. the proceeds to be de. : voted to the Home for the Blind Babies, in Monroe. •—<Sb~- Miss Thoo McDonald. No. 45<> j Commonwealth ave . has been chosen ly the Detroit Business Women's ciub as a delegate to the national convention of the General Federa tion of Women's clubs, to be held In New York, this summer. Louis Williams. ;• skilful worker in elect riel ty. will give an interest ing lecture demonstration, in the Y. W C A auditorium. Thursday even ing. March 30, under the auspices of ih<- association The entertain im-nt will be free to members. Mr Williams has an elaborate equip morn of dynamos, generators, mo tors and electrical and chemical ap paratns, and in a series of wonder ful and unique expet intents will will carry the infection. Under no conditions should more than on* person use the cup. If one can spare the time after washing th* eyes it is wise -o lay a damp cloth over them and He down for 10 nun u tea. When reading one should alwov alt so that the light comes from th back or over the left shoulder. Th book or paper should be held abo two feet away. If one must hoi the hook nearer or further away Li read with comfort an eye specialist should l>e visited 1 want to remind you of the dan ger for these who rub the eve with the hands or fingers or hnodker thief. Many causes of eye trouble can be traced to them 1 SPBUNK Ai ENGBAVINGCO. f \ \ fASTf%T \ £j- : \ APTISTS r.MGPAM PS JOCSMSAI M*c —• DirpOlT , SOCIETY demonstrate the possibilities In elec tricity and what it has accom plished. , r Mias Elizabeth »Torrey, a rellg iouh work secretary of the Detroit Y. W. c. A . bus gone to New York for a month's stay. She will make a special study of organized Sunday school work among “teen age" gTHs. —<f>— There will be a meeting for the purpose of organization for women Interested in equal suffrage, Thurs day nfternoon, March 30, from 2 to I o'clock, In the home of Mrs. C. YV. Edwards. No. 242 Mel<e:»n ave., High land Park. All Highland Park wom en Interested In the movement are utged to attend. "Give the Kiddies a Chance," the moving picture taken by the Ford Motor Cos. moving picture operators, for the use of the Children’s Aid so clety, will have Its first public show ing. Tuesday evening, in the Board of Commerce auditorium. The mov ing picture "actors" are all Detroit folk. The Detroit Symphony orchestra will give a concert in tin Highland Park high school, Thursday after noon. April *.i, under the auspices of the Tuesday Musieale, and tick ets for all pupils and young people will be placed at the nominal fee of 25 cents. The Tuesday Musical* made possible the hearing of Hie IV trolf symphony bj school children, last. year, financing the giving of a concert in the Central high school auditorium. Two years ago. the club bore all the expense of pre senting the Minneapolis Symphony orchestra In the armory, at a spe cial matinee for school children A musieale the benefit or the Armenian war sufferers will be given Frida\ afternoon, March 31, from 3 to *1 o'clock, in the Federa tion club house, under the auspices of the Federation of Women’s clubs. The Chamlnade l-idl-es’ quartet, which includes Mrs. Charles Shel don, Mrs. Benjamin F. Mulford, Mrs. Charles A. Parker and Miss Jennie M Stoddard, assisted by Mrs. Edwin S Sherrill, will provide the program The general chairman of the affair is Mrs. Charles I. Ber ridgo, and the following are members of the receptlo coni milttee: Mrs. F. T. Rann< Mrs. lara C. Hickey, Mrs. 11. E. Pres •ott, Mr*. F. J. Auriger, Mrs. Charles Found Simple Remedy That Relieved Child Mi|<J Laxative Compound Corrects Stubborn Case Of-Con stipation ** ] ' , * An important duty that devolve- on parents is the regulation of their children's bowels. Health in later life depends in large measure on early training and a child should be taught from infancy to regular hab its. When from any cause the bowel I becomes congested w ith stomach j waste a mild laxative should be em ployed to open up the pa.-sage gently and carry off the congested mass. A most effective remedy for thi« pur | pose is the combination of simple 'laxative hf*rbs known a- Dr raid j well's Syrup Pepsin. Mrs. W. D i Bulls, of Reed, Okla.. used Dr. f ald ! well's Syrup Pepsin for her bab.\ boy, Hatley Huron Bulls, and sa>s “It did [hint more good than anything we have given him. His bowels are very stubborn about . ting, hut they act easily every tint*' l - up him Dr. (.‘abb well’s Syrup Pepsin.” Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin con tains no opiate or narcotic drug and lls a splendid remedy for children and • older neuple ns well. It has been on 10 Stamps with 2 Cakes Sweetheart Toilet Soap.. . 10c 10 Stamps with 1 Can Compass Spinach lie 10 Stamps with 1 Can of Snider's or Premier Baked N<*nna 13 c 10 Stamps with 1 Can Pressing’s Pumpkin 10c 10 Stamps with 1 Can Raspberries or Red Pitted \ Cherries 20c 1."» Stamps with 1 Quart Mason Jar of Olives 30c 20 Stamps with » 2 -lh. Rox Bitter-Sweet Chocolates 2">c DETROIT TIMES ARTIFICIAL EYES ljir|* Aasorlfnmt t* Select Wm. BLACK’S, Opticians, „, 1 ?° ryks iirpoi.ixhed ivoociward SoutUe MARKET Double and Extra Trading Stamps TODAY >«ONt MAIN 926 20 24 CAblU AC squAß* Simon*, Mrs. J. D. Wiley, Mr*. Rich ard Baxter. The tea table* will b* In charge of Mr*. C. Law non Bier son, Mr*. A. O, Dunk, Mrs. K. A. Torrey, Mr*. Marguerite Beaublen, Mr*. Raymond Aldrich, Mr*. O, (J. Snudb or. Mr*. K. L. Sanderson, Mra. George Walter*. Mr* Ralph Ains worth, Mr*. Charles A Taylor. Ml** Ida J. Raymond ha* charge of the **l“ of ticket*. —<§>• The Chamber Music society, wdth the periniSMion of the board of edu cation and the co-operation of school authorities, will give a series of concert* In the public school* of th« city during the spring month*, with the Idea of providing good munlc for school children, Th* society ha* organized several chamber mu sic groups within ith own member ship. and these groups will give the program*. Among the groups al ready organized are a trio of flute, harp and cello, u string quartet, three combinations of violin and pi ano, and a choir of wood w ind in struments. Other combinations suitable to the assembly room* in the grade schools will be developed later. —— The Authors' league of Michigan will meet Thursday evening, April ti. in the Hotel Sutler, when lame* Oliver Curwood, the w’ell known Detroit novelist, will give a talk on "How I obtain and use material for rny novels of the north woods." Clyde Burroughs, assistant director of the Museum of Art. will speak on "The necessity of the artist who illustrates to get in closer iouch with the author*.” Following the l program the charter membership roll will be closed and a constitu tion adopted An informal reception to met Mr. Curwood and Mr. Hur roughs will bring the evening to a close. Marriage Licenses ' Ear! WHtzel. Lou A. Rice. 30 1 Joncph Hushlla, 26. Anna .Jarihew skals. is. Ar' hie Pe Oyter, 31; Julia Keeler. I 24. Harry L. Meyer, 26; Ethel Ridenaur. 31 William H MeCumsey, 32, Fort I Wiiynr, In<l.. Iterthn .T. Safford, .<2. s-i mr fialph M. Cooper, 25. M ! O’Dell. 29. George W. Rossignol. Jr . 23; Elsie 'Prenske, 13 Howard G. Edwards, 36. M. Gtl e. 2T. Harrison J. S. Moody, 22; Lulu P. Zt< kgraf, 19. Oliver R Lambdin, 23. Freda Reln hnlz. t 9 Th< nias Tohnson. 32. Windsor; Bella Dowdell, .37. eame. Gly !e (' Saunders. 26 Gertrude (Cornelius, 31. William R Grubb, 22, Toledo; Inez Horner, 19. same. «'arl \V. Hell. 24. Frankie Deans. 23. Janie* B Farrington. 45. Detroit; Elizabeth Crawford. 34, Troy William D Ryckninn. 28, Detroit; /'. L. HARLEY BUREN BULLS the market for more than twenty-five year* and is the family standby In (thousand* of home* Druggists (everywhere sell It for fifty cents a | bottle. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. \V. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., ! Montlcello, 111. Lillian M. Wilcov. 20. Centerburg, O. , Henry Rtelak. ?*; Ad* Shafer. 21. Ri hard II Howey. 29; Mra. \Mna L» Cloutier. 22 Joseph Kwlak. 40, Anna Matt*. 40 Ray 11. Stas v, 26. Bluffton, Ind.. Rliuie Itavia, 18. aame. Lefloy B. Verkner. 33; Ella Burau. 82. Riiateß A. Kvana. 22; Hazel M. Wll liatnaon. 18. David Ollbert, 23; Katie Rosenthal, 19. Byron Wlcka. 22. Detroit; Grare Starks. 28. lona. Mich. MU-hsel Greenberg. 23 Anna ‘Schwarts, 19. John Talk». 23: Sophie flrhlffle. 18. William J. Hayden, 28, Helen Gull foil. 28 Mohs*) Wargal. 3°: Wladyslawa Gwizdowrks. 26. Matthew XVatsancn. 25. D:mi Veva lain-n, 14 Jt.ivmond McKerale. 31; F''a n Dan iel#. *B. Alt-erf F. Neumann, it, Martha Koenig. 11. Anthony Havelicek, 25. Maude Dewberry. 26. George White, 46. Detroit; Grace Craft, 38. 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Sections Will Be Announced As the Advertisements Appear ■■ ■ ■ •■■■■ *i JL A i i————» Smart Woman ’s and Afissea’ Wear 250-254 Woodward Ave. A RINGLEADERS OF ROUMANIAN MOB IN CUSTODY Three ring leader* of the mob of Rumanian* who opened fire on a party of deputy sheriffs. Sunday night, in front of a rooming house at No. fi7 Orlean«-*t., Hsmtramck. are held in the county building, and warrants wll be sworn out charging two of the trio with felonious as sault and the third with as*ault and battery. The men are Nick Nlmaral, pro prietor of the rooming house: Mike Longo and Dan Watson. Watson started the trouble by flinging a beer bottle at Deputy Sheriff Joseph W. Ptlarnkt when the party of o®*' cers closed up a resort at Mo. St Orleans st.,. where John Rets oper* • ates a pool room and boa ling alley, - A carousal was In progress the detv utica say. TO ASK WARRANT FOR MANAGER OP ACTORS’ SCHOOL Aldrich Baxter, assistant proeecut* ing attorney, will recommend a wai* rant for William I.aMarr, the or ganiser of a school for would-be a©» tors, charging him with violating the state laws regulating private em ployment agencies, It was announc ed, Monday morning. PAGE 5