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S u ÜBURfiAN i
NEWS
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RECORD SEAT SALE
[FOR GERM AN PLAY
.C'W YANIWYTTK, Mkli.. Ail ••
■•cord sale* urt* report* ci f<>r the
school j>la\, Jo l.*» ui'en Thura-
P*> and Frid ty evening* m Tt mple
by *h*- Ornun ria-t*. un
4er Mi«h ETnvi Fox t;.- pho Get
'■elr*hMß«<en, or "The i'itakt n City
U adapted by Mi * Fot frott. lb**
4u>r> Iby Fivdeiulc deratjck* and
iA HI be given i:i U rnmn th* 'ir»«
•|H;.-ht, and in Ei»4|l h th* s*c*»nd
b The ragi of riiarati* ! - ln< 1 1. •
Krnegt Kuulm x aid
{{Douglas a* Arnold Moor. * *oung
.pHiu; Clara Manor anl Piitle Killian |
*• Gertrude HrrthoW. laughter o'
th* mayor of ihr *unk*n or.' Al
■ bar’ INI* »*s the m;**or. Flo? si** Wil |
non as ill*- mayor - *lfe He!*na net
it hi an* (in.iiduio* !i**r Berth* hi Ho"
■Bd Pern .1- ILm Barbara Pan
jba OmtrhMi im.il Bauer a* K crlna
!){rnri X*vrinnu a hoot**,
ifiranibaorth ID <* fin- priest
iMid Ihf Misses Laura ..or.? Flor
{one* Long. Glad.'** D*'<»* ■ -Pan I’d**-
{ton. Marion Hali*i"aU. I’«arl t !
{jotMo, Lillian Funk ami Ella Boett
£l»er are th* villng* la- ■- "hil<
■ Herbei( Garner. *t*-m ' felloche 1
tftfenry Pr.rohtH-h« in. I Mo|lr ».
jsßorald Nedertn* ior I’* ’ ••* I,;, hru*
fiud Hmrj NeV**ni an ir* t* dl«*<
!f)fd* 8> nopal.*- I*y Floret:* e ..on«
JdUDd Ella BoeMner
£ Included in tb» flve-i. t pla> » I
•;be musical mtmle ■ van* i* iue*i
*'bem of the cast in* hiding Du. Du
"Liegai Mil Am Hmw *'*» BGf
r-YVie Eln** Blumr,’* auu "p hit!.
• Hindchrn Penial ’
►Rev. J. P. Huffet to
Address Graduates
WYAX'DOTtF M h kpril *
The Rev J Percivgl Huget pron
Jnent Detroit clergyman has hr. i
•elected as the romran'••'m*
apeeker for the June oxer. :><>*.
the board of eduranon. upon
recommendation of Sup l of Soho**!.-
{ Delay Other arr«n*enien>» '►♦-r*
{made at Wednesdays meeting o:
that body
> Supt. Daley was Instructed b' tr. * *
■ board to aecure samples of rih ♦:
i matting, so tha» the aisles m »h* ,
Lincoln and Oarfleld arhools cah h*
covered with this materia!
The election of feathers for th*
•neulng year aas jH>stponed until
.Wednesday Thn board also r<*
cel red Wednesday, a < crmmunira'wn
'from Llbrarx Architect R r Wet tel
to the effect that Contractor Collins
of Alpena, whr hutit the Carnegi*-
library xrili repair the roof on t!.a:
etrocture.
School Treasurer James C. Head
men reported to the board for the
month of March the follow nr >■
attces Helanu' Match 1. t'<
fkl.10; receipts in March. 154,0T7 '»:*
warrants paid in March. f'*.'»9To:*
balance. April 1. s4*,?Ma.l9.
AH typewriters in the lifgh srhool
will be repaired and * leaned for th«
nett semester
tD. M. & T. CAR KILIS
ARE INEFFICIENT
t KCUKSK >1 eh.. April Foun I
[dead netr th*‘ P M &. 'I tracks
, here Wedn« s'«.• morning *nd t.
r nryved to the county morgue Cla*
; race M’alti rs. r.i>lor Center re-.i
orn*. was found to hav* «<! a
|
fmetore of the skull, in <t posi-imi
*t«rn ex«minatln’ Wrunesds l ! *
‘thougiit th*‘ yuur.i. n.». * - u
i by a fast < 1* n n.d t •r.
'f*tie Ittnlv of Wal era hu - not been
■ removed to > i . ■■■:>> .» * • .. . B
aurvfve Itu fa •( ..■! u* 1 • • i;
a t*l Ml . ft 'tt!. ".v! t' awl on
i ►iste., M l* ; uu* , arr li
|UK in h.» v ■ <■: * **.. mad H» I •
I mid m ’:■'.* ’•**.» ;t i (» (. Mrtor Cos.
[employe and >• u> <*i his «a>
[ w *.rk,
! HIGHLAND PARK
Mrs |v a .xe Ch»n* * *>f S T* I
mrim*ave, st’ ,, nt WVfln**' !, c at
North' III*
t>r. nn*l ,4* « R*<U*rt ***«et < r >f N-■
W. L. B>©iU©L/&©
*B.OO ‘3.50 *4.00 *4.00 & *O.OO SHOES -
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY ,
WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES FOR Ms N X
VALUE GUARANTEED and women
For 33 years W. L. Douglas name has stood for TIT <Srj]
•hoe* of the highest standard of quality for the / „ - v U
price. His name and the retail price stamped on / M t DOUGLAS WAR
Die bottom guarantees full value and protects the tri hr
Wearer against high prices for inferior snoes. They
are the best known shoes in the world. ■ LS *22
Q I iit wmtKorti
W.L Douglas shoes are made of the most carefully selected ' V«? jf V- i
leathers, at ter the latest models, in a well-equipped factory at A . would
Brockton, Mass.,under the direction and personal inspection je > > BOYF SROKS
af a most perfect organization and the highest paid
iMlod shoemakers; all working with an honest "XT7"
OWtnninabon to make the best shoes in the world. / w k
W. L. DOUGLAS *4.00, *4.50 »nd *5.00 / jg V J ' j /,
SHOES are joaC as good for style, fit and wear JR - }m. £ j* v*
m ether makes
aaly perceptible ditf •a*’* nee »s t hi* price
W. L DOUGLAS nOO and $1 so 4
SHOES bold their shape. fi» better And jS>j . 4-SL
Jl»f loner than other makes for
lanif and the retail price is stamped . A 'ffift >r. .• * I^/
«Ulßf£SS3tf I »K2iS> { IS! iKTRt M T
KEKPING I’P WITH THE J()NE S ES C aesar W asn’t So Much.
! ( c r , "itp f % ,m ' ]( sa-. w ulmi
v C. 1,1 ATI ,T j okil 1F r*< (TRLATtS *
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I HI Y> J Jf jL » -*OU IOOK UKf *>
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foL r A M A-V Vi ;'
I “jd* j 1 s* •
WHY who I?trtOvf 0( ( VihXTS jSI T OOhnTl)
The BuJT Os
ftbl) WHO li TH/U 7 Jl TMICt p GQuVIfcST a 9.
~V j 1 went out aht [ f */ ' /
OOuGht aREAL tw*it EVE£ . '
rS v ; v. / feri w
y ■ a
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v. ;f '
11 Pop—
1 I Mas.* h :• • a *
a f*w <i»>s iti t\ ,is« . - < • r..
Jar*'*-* McKn'gh- ' v \t H
I»l*nrt-a'A * tra'r’iriif thr •:
thr .ant-r.. »t*t»s <*£. i. .*in* , »i* trt;
Mrs « Ma *n. of Cft-isci*. ll.cf. . *
v ;sit r>*' at '*« ;r tr* . «r**
Mr* J R N V *f N I • * • •
ilin< sa
J ): it, » . ? N . ir. !
ha« rr •r- ' n. t j
of *«v«*rai
M m \t -.dAr- r --f hi . u mx
r« .
visit A:*h M r .ir:,] Mr* H"ughi n.
No (Jt*;<di>-ax*
Mr and Mr* O .atafst'n ••*'.*•
rno's t fr*.w So t 4 pasadana-a- *. t.
Nu -.1 i'i*ment*'»v*
M.« Ma- •' B* rt -• of N :*• M
Uin t'*. • eonbned t-> a■ r ‘+ j
thr ugh ntr*»a
Mr. * M Fattsraen of s
OranU- *■*> *f»t. .pent T »*d«y at
Ponlta*
Mr* K •' R.illv aru! * n. T.'id* i
ha . **• • 1 n-'.* ... t‘.A r h. • * «• J§ *
l» ftu»na Yiate-av* treat. >ff*r|
upend-tig tc* srtn**'r *n h *'<n. M <*♦
Mite Rratri- • r"a r k. ‘ f Kalaj
has '* i •;«t n* n*r parvikts. I>r an* j
Mr * « . * N. .. y-r J.s'<
Mr- .. . * li, es v t -i: *j-ar.d
tar»n* f
Mrs VI • tan-i. of T*nn-. * -h •
np»r ’ tt ili,*. i) at S**rth . 1!a M h
M . i M Kngh'. r v. -i . M
Lean*av, . * \ij:r r.a r* it «.» ;r
Fran i* t ’ Ir.d
Mrs: J Mr*. r *el> r tr o' *s*
h»»* '.mi *” ng Mr ir..j Mr* J M
Pattera.-n f N't >S Hrand-a * "•“i
Mr
far.'!’. of S li* r m -st-a
ha'*- m*»vr'.f t*> N • 21> Avaior*-are
Tli« Fpw- rr r I. ago* of TV- Tr n ■
Cn Ur* li. a J•* - ’ *W ,flg 'A • F*
I'rtf’-W*. Rthard flrat ’ **•
Be I
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r#(«ry, MoW4r<l. nnil tr* «--
ir*‘r. Turn Kl^k«Us
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Ti* ♦ ;.t -*r C . #*r * a\r> Ttfkfjf t*> h*
nlntf l T Th#r' t •' H *k;-» *• i
ehildr^n
Kir! w.vor h F#r«t)v i
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F * if Sv M c t »* r * .» f
YPSIEANTI
'* i 1 (•!)( r f;» t h* 1 h 8r 4 **. !-
DETROIT TIMES
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M-t r n . •* >«
Prlallng —tk* pialr neat I* ln<l —ihnl
ia rl*M— ♦ !;«>* « I*'!* ll*»i.—'lain t.'3'i
WYANDOTTE
\ • rt -*a chr-n
t Wad ns s<!.-. v
•f Man Ku,
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■ futrl* Cr sk
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J. r H \ I •» f '*Nti * «. vr !■ 1
a > *sr *t . f* * ' •-** a m*** n*
• h *; i; ! y Nam* orgmni*
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• * sf!. r ra r ni»tf virt*
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it* *: . *’ T' .ir«flA> fVt nlr*
. 1 r.l if Nt K*.« hert. of
ROYAL OAK
L*ii) ** * as* ' n
* * r * wi!f i► • annmi n #*l
T*-.t ■ 4 iiar of R y*i
*: f-*• ■ r N o ♦> 2. 1 J V. wtll
n I Va.*h n 4? r ava , tr
* ifn r#a«i* ?.h** **tc, ;* lirf*lj
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f* ' er ;» f r.f *h#
• ■ rir e7if nal.
• h- to »I*liv*r an ai
v ! -* ♦ r. of * k • R/>ral
nc *d »’ n*: r>n afi^r
!• r -’• -of El~ <* r #
» v* r r»g f : *m a
FORI>
R ,rrt ttnirsif ay. a i'** p'v*ir**t j>av
Mr ar • '»r* ', l k .»** M .rlo, *t
T■ * ’ * ••'••a ! • nos \Tr
" 1 '**• H' « rrar **'•*,r\tl
- -i•'.'*•. r * a m nr.r opsra’lon on
r .•,*'f*ncy hr<»pltal
M*» h'.'i r »*!>* fat*.
• l"* r *-n* * of a g ri
:',rn Wednesday
r 1 v ' it* ' ’ifK .; fr*»af * Th •Jf • •
« 4 Ven'm
RIVERROCGE
vral* Ho.il, ala vsars old fail and
r ' * * a'rr •''»lna«'l*r whlla
■ ‘ ' . ' r 4rr. " h t»i mt hons
1.0 ■■ H rp*r • vlog h a H'*m» t**wn
> Is . M an p
‘ '* • nJa i 1 y Ju*n* s N»».rriann.
O's t t.*.ng -trunk and dir
r 1»r I v >*• *h» 'lays
• or•• toer.ah p hoard will o* n
* ‘ r ‘ ’ s * t* f M .nrtay a •lsct|r,n
Th irariny *»»n:r. g »- -i,
TRENTON
s '/» wltr O* and or th* DsvlJ
» h* Evangel: at W»av
.•g f--
T ' t dr»n s h-.na»sr ?ti*-.;r
► - ’ *t *> * v*c|r g
* ha egg vaaa*.’
i, ._*«* li* and M'.ng.ag-n
” i* <•'!• T l .■ * ra*l *> *«snlng
ECORSE
r< **»• « am»» -a n-*** ft 4**
.*-.,:r>/ n Mi* vßlag* halt
’ • vI: ag*. »» s
* • t * . *M*r Bo- •
1 * ' ’’ i da* and e-inda*

■ i,!< ■* <t rarl'y in Mei.co
T tß**** ' ■ r r.g»!vsa a iirgaly
govt a mitt it it almost pure
* ’« * and * drsrasd wtpraj* aall
TWO-FAMILY FLAT
FLAT IS l HO FI)
AS INVKSTMI NT
Op.* of the real progri- ve r• -*I
os La 1 1' office- m Coin n 1* t- :c I
list Ktnsn ,< Cos, 'hi * vn"n t‘ a'
they are IVtrott * 01 .1> *l»' '.it 1 .- -in
two family
kin a of the conce; it and ■ • *>
it*'# activities, aid
“Wf lecide i to <t't
of improved r.'idl in'.- , i> sot
several season* Fir- t ■*. w>* '
the two-family la i'd' "- ideal
form of n\«- ui 'tr > ‘
wish to iuvi-t man*. • it > <i
have it hr ng •> ivr» . . i ► 4
rat# of inter.,«» T ■ 1
small payment do" , :>r tt t'i>
flat ant *it bout a
theinnelv.’*, pav it of '• r 1 ; '
These payment ' . a rv • ■-• iu*. 1• at
au l principal and ri a: 1 non the
invertor not only . s -i of* hi.
sound inves: niOiit but >a, t l ad
vantage of the increase ;n h< va'. i»*
of the property
We have found that who
: l - l v a small sum of ad w bo*
.v j'h to invest it at. 1 dr:, a fin 't
■s>‘. »Ie rei. mil* being const*!’.: 1>
.. i.r« dos tin .-.tfety of thet rave-o
n;»-n‘ have taker, to • is ; *o a:si ■■
:1 \t business very wei!
great many people are -ur
t-d to know t ?.at b. -< c' h ' «-*t* • t
as many two fat’d A i1 »- ' or.
are single r-- c•> O r ;•
men an* trained. and study t .* con
frurmn of th*'* l, 'uld;’Th*
advise a pun a » ’ a- to
v ■ atsc.-s of >
rhoods We haV► a non t i r
ordinary *ucv» " and. th.
hold.* out ver. hr .’ • 1 •
MAXWKIL r().
I)E \T m? HOI ])
MEETING HERE
>fo*. ihvr . • TT’
the Max a *•-! U 1 'or
r, ;n The ’ v t ,' *•■>;...
■ "h departm-t . ■ 1 '
•'a*'on -tti<l p.-r' * _ .
• . c ar.d r- :» t
•{?*■ Th- *e Ttieu nr- fr< ■
nos ’r.» o n* <»n
........ | |
. v .and! « ; 1 • . -d•■and
the vr&r
\ .V- .Mire of ’he 1 • : -v •
V ivve.l Mm »r -’o . n 1 1 .
r )Ti* :»v v. ns «p« i'-» l;:.- -t 1 • :
l .-**n vis 4 ! if' ’
of The sales. s-f.rvKe A ad . )
(J. t ,ir. mer -
r e ll*’ ( r dia'rl -• ««le -n
eludes (' {.!. McU'rj (in. 'Kan
■'ey A < R- • and f’rov t*-i; .'
I C, Peed Phihuleh'h '
A.;’, ielr.f Atlapt a *.
Poston 0. K Clark, i- < .' Y
'* -ah-’< St ! ■ 1
! "h'liuh V K V
v T H . u. : 1
* FRIDAY IS THE
' w *' ; T t T^v
I L Last Day
1 OF THE
TIMES
COOKING
SCHOOL
Hotel Tuller Roof Garden
■■
MRS. FLORENCE. AUSTIN CHASE SESSIONS 2 TO 5 P. M.
I TODAY SHE DEMONSTRATES
CAKES -FILLINGS--ICINGS
TTONS FOR AFTERNOON TEAS, -
r SANDWICHES
ON ■ I! DAY
HOT and COLD. DESSERTS—PASTRIES of All Kinds
\ V v V\ 'A . V X \
LADIES T 1 it) f. opportunity of a life-time to hour an authority on domes
tic economy and to • ■; . >m»* new ideas for your home cookery. .
COME FARIA T’ll it -DAY AM) FRIDAY. £_
Scatinß ( apacily of 11 *M Limited to 1,200. Everythin)? Absolutely Free Nothing SoRT
li ~ '• " T —’ ~ r~ss.-rr: -- ~ - ~ _ r,
*"i it IP j— ? r *f ~ X lit' -T-m- *x - ->*-HfM i xtaJie-rr-SJ-lfccr - -*4-X-LTll —~ rr fi W. ■ ■Jtl itSB
Suioli Da Lid l i<va». J F ilertd-
Vtl.ir *. 1 1 4. , <* s Uiisier. iw
t* s Kkltus, Detroit; A W
1 . cm. Ji S K H K
\ Suit It. Day ton, W II Turner.
•- V' <‘”v M** '1 J Williams
k nas City , Mo <; K. Swopo,
U hita. KaU’. H Malnifeldt. )
K Clt y Mo ,1 .t Cii utit, Jr., (
• ’ , K W \ Prise. OklH |
' i' 1 ■ Ok! t ■' Id lleloate. \t
i-aa <ia C D Millings.
y;.M .11 t P It y iuMR and \V it
S in u d> t*. Oinal a. N. b.
M VN liITTFN ISY
DOG THOCGIIT MAP
\y \ \mh»T Lb! M b . April 1 *
■ ‘I. n by a pos.'dl) nutd ilog
L rm Mai ;;> K r- slave, is await
4 the and. i ision Li physicians,
a lo the condition «»f the dog If 11
sir, 1 .!•» ; as rabies. Me
1- 1 > ’ •• *ha■ -.t once to Xtin
\r -.‘r 'h-r- I . Undergo the
Ph-tear treatment.
I"’- mm aI- bitten as h.- was
■ c Cur* 11 I A brother
> * tak.n to Ann Arbor last year
f r •' • tr. n’n .'ttt th.-re after a dog
• m l to be mad had bitten him
IVln.liiB —Ihe plnln nr>( kind—(hue
la right—rimea lot. 11 >• v I.— Vt it 1 1. tA>l.
p —— ;
t ....Millinery.... S
| ' That Sets the Style-Pace and Priced i
> fiis&'if 5 Within the Reach of Any Purse i
' / nth vJk p* ¥
\. tt.-).' ofl ’ivci .il 1 1 » t<> '1 » > b lift o and, u> a /M «
V -J r it to ot fa-.'t. tor Mil I -1 >1 ST lN<*l' I \ KNKSS J "
• _ eon -option of hiigh-Rt a»ie millinery, reproduced in our $4.93 hats.
Vp. Von must see them your.self to appreciate them. Kxtreme Sailors ■
are featured, trimmed with Mowers an«l winjfs; also the new .ft
(juaint I’oke Bonnets, prettily Mower trimmed. Leghorns, black
• \ and colored shiny straws, and many Smart Turbans and Tri- Q
Smart Straw Sailors ?
r ; of t'i • and •• v -s ill"rt> w /x Pj< A
YTk l)l.i. k. I ) ▼
M. • y
Hi''*> Trimmed Hats 1 ntrimmed Shape* New Flowers %
• - v ip ;. and« (.; »;■ . t: • it K A gr.-st variety of American i
• 1 . y or 1 c.i'i’ violets f..rg.-‘ m»* I
M ..r gn cad*- M Lin r.- •• * and fir.** French flow or*. T
? 95c u 53.95 ,:: l j 95c „ $5.00 25c ~$ 1.50 f
I
THI’ItSDAV. APRIL B , 191 fi .
FIL DF.MPSKY SAYS
GIKIX OF TOD \Y
ARK KNKFFK IKNT
The Rev Fr J* mpsejr. in hi*
Weilhesday evening sermon m Ht
IVter mid I’aul's ehuren. spoke
earnest 1) of the inefficiency nnd
Ik now nee of the young a omen of
America todnv who. he *.iid,
‘couldn't boil * potato without a
cook hook ’ He declared that *hey
were ulterly incapable of assuming
*he roapomdhilitieM of marriage, and
it was on thi* account that young
men are afraid to wed.
"Girl* nro edurati and h'lt not
trained, ’he declared “They kno '
how to spend nionev hut not how
to earn or saw it They no long.-i
make their clotl es and are prar
tb ally unfit In every way for the
duties of life ’
Raise Funds For New Road..
Plan* for the construction of a
new foot road, composed of a
■•lag bed and gravel top, to connect
•he Gratiot rd with \e» Baltimore
were discussed a* a ItincT.ion ctven
In the Kood road* committee of the
Hoard of Commerce. Wednesday.
The road will coat approxltnat.lv
s6.<Hhi a tulle, of which the stale
will pay f J 500 a mile, nnd the coun
ty and township*. It.rtOO a mile.
The remainder must he raised by
subscription. Tin following coni*
mlttee has been organixed to secure
ihe nooeasary fund* Henry Hcluioor,
i hnirman; Charles K Hill*, treasur
.r„ C A ManuudJe mid Floyd K.
Andrews, all of New Baltimore;
diaries E. Herrin, of Alt. Clemen*.
Charles Meldrum, of Anchnrville;
Victor Vernier, of FNilr Haven;
Harry E Beecher. William (’art
vvrlght. .1 A. Pip and Anthony lk»de,
of Detroit.
Veteran Operator Resigns.
Edward Chipnmn for lb ycara
o;»er*tor of ill* police signal switch
' oard, submitted hi* resignation
W .-dne*'lav lo sei r« laiv (;*■< t g.- Wal
ters Chtpman was uppi loicd h* nn
opera)oi June 1. IV*7 He llv. sat
No. »'-V* Trumbull .<ve
A I.PERT lEA Minn Solon I.lnn,
12', went hunt log aftei io< King ins
p.-l doc In a bain The dog leaped
through’ a win ow. foti.nd Solon an I
in hi* evul . tunce the canine’* paw
.., t ( .rf the gun l.ini '<«' sliot
through the head and kill.-d.
(’riming lhr plain nf«l 1 In4—-lb*t
la rlattl—■ I tn» r * .lot. Itryl.— Halo Will.

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