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Tl! ! Ft S1) VY . APRIL 6 . 1916.
J3UIB . JP TWOHOJIES Lure o 5 d' cr and the Point's » ;< vnre In I)i- • vorce Suits MRS. rOJ VM VN WAS “IN WRONG” Marric ’ Only To Learn HerJlosband Mready Had a Wife \ :»»»>! ' I k< i pool husband, K \ M ’ 1 ! .Judge Wilier H r <>' 1' i» .-nun W»drus >; fi r hei. >ho sought a di Voice I: <ut , ! Ui • A Drill. I .. I • poflicr ;!!)<! con i< r ■(> <l ■ ' );• a ith (be rai l* It.'- hi- w |fi*. - ||i< tl• •la ; i ■ r. u 1 t. \*• nights a v i I :o •11 h* r whfrt }. u a <f ' '.•*> l io? *•> on <■ i I r* .non .■ ' *>i? of th* . ;:. • I finally hail t n I ;ip|. >i mir hil l " i»i fi. Mr. ’ D*hl i v •* u ! |.«' Jiiln f i *i i ■ i hut re n* pined , • ■" ■i * o'i in Sunday tv S • • ■ y i « a n *IR orre vu' in oil n their onlv . i • ao i- in St. M. \ • . i. ir '•••!.*•■ . h 1 iin I. iai* -■*• lorinl th'* T»* ' Wit tie - !'v. h i- Ml the neglect if | v *> «sn't it ter of I.» ini ii t« : .ii.« Hr- for p<»k*T. 11. \\ I ■ • '.-»!• .ft( hl«- poke r . ! II .•• M ' Mia.- Mr* ria-H .laf*» • 'h lii* 'A o.im 'day ir, *u tu. if ti'.vcrc Mv wm given ;; r' . i ,t r • lit I*' sut-l. hut you're ir v. rune V.u'tn < oJ*uttnn s;ld to h. \i if*>, ft Ct b unto a'TOitllng to h- ! V h* * am* to ta r m if', r ■■•outan shortly aft . . i " |,... n • .at >• \i•. . . .-for*- JUiIK I V it Main 1. Willi.si.ir i’<l» nan hail <iai - ra» i .a! , union «it I: M* other v, • ~*n is 1 1 *t' iia Jr narnage. .ho • tv <-n 'a ; . ,i of their , , ’ . . I ur ui.ul the . tr >! • v:(i|.liit n. a UU» id I. II l theater. Sl't* Vi . lon It deep e. V 1 ■ r wont from “All Bosh — Toffee Doesn’t Hurt Me” ' « r, n < but. wo )i\t and learn and at some time » in' cn Ice drinkers wake up to the fact that the ii, , “<. ' n•. in cofree is “getting them.” !!• > e, nervousness, biliousness, heart flutter, in son.i are often signs that cot Tee is Retting in its < ; ! tin i owing knowledge of its true nature has led 1 i id.- o former coffee drinkers to turn to Instant Postum ’inou-s food-drink tastes much like mild Java << 't i entirely free from caffeine and other harm e.ei present in coffee. It is made of whole • Ia i nia I portion of wholesome molasses, ami k - ’me, unli.impered, to carry on her work of <l.i r- • .midair brain, nerves and muscle. • ( te in two forms: The original Postuni < if . bo.!#- i Instant Postum requires no boiling i ’ aooful in a cup of hot water makes a de i l ally. Hoth, forms are equally delicious , a i) ' < ! . i'* cup > about the flame. \ “There's a Reason” for POSTUM Sold by (iroccrd everywhere. KactorltJ V f .1 «’o. * fd. Haiti# Creofc, Mlcblf: i . , » . r t i < < i Cos. lad Windsor, Ontario ’N'troit to Ijo.s Angelos, he rare his ■ iff. Mary Kiaher,*slo ami left her • In-i amounting to s;;i2 to look est r lu told Jii<lk" Murpl y. Althotigii v pot a positloii In California. he • lit her oul) a few small trmlt meet*, and she was never relnibura I lor the sll2 that was his legio v of debt to h»»r when she was dr • rfed Mrs, Henry Stolter testified that I.it husband was so fond of sleep 1 tug late In the morning thnt lie couldn't hold his Job Mrs. Stolter was only 16 years old at the ftnie n' i heir marriage, and sit hough she would fry and pull hts hair tu get him up, It did no good and Stolter loll* and unheedtngly In hia bed. So Stolter was forced to change his niployern time after time. Mrs Mire Stolter sued for divorce Wed uesday. MAN STRIPPED BY FOOTPADS Wm. Hunter Forced to Disrobe In Street After Robbers (io Through Pocket* Footpads made a complete job of It, eatl> Thursday morning, accord ing to police reports, when they way laid and robbed William Hunter, of *No 2">l Hhi nimn st , al Maple and l>»**iuindrr sta. Hunter described bis a ailants to the ;>ollce as two tall men. one white and tne other col or**d H*' .'.'lid they stepped from behind a botcar on a shllr.g and ct mmand • •■I him to throw up ole bunds As , he did -o f!u whiff man earthed I iin .m l U»oW s*. ir CHf-h ands s‘iS gold watch. Not aunsfu>d wtth »h< ! r.-.*ult of the search, they forced | Hunter to siep iicl’.ind the box car and ctnove his oveproal outer lothin* and *hoes. whim they took and ran away. A r>rjuad of iief«f*tves ser.rch thh t « gli lorhcKW. for an hottr after the r« 1)1 *Ty for the highwaymen. Mike Schleaki, of No St. j \ubin avc . r**(Killed that two men held him up a f McCSraw'-ave and . hitti* tlt st shortly after midnight. . rid took s2>» and a gold gtlrk pin «' ,f I’nger of No 151 (fanton* ~vc, says n youn* man calh-d at * to hou*c. Wednesday and oerlared h>' wished to ptirchaae the (iropert Ah tie t'n*<r wa« out of He parlor) fra norm nt the man stole s.l.'», | !m h w»' hidden in th» plr.no. I (OILER EXPLODES, TRAINMEN HURT ItEUFORI). Ind . April 6 - Tu.. , rain non v«■ re thrown 7*. feet and se*u»u*l> l'k)viJ*d earlj IfKlay when, th* engine holler of the Uhb ago to I ".’lsville Motion train No. : let gu • the top of r heavy grade T.R.’SHATIN RING WITH A PROVISO Will He G. 0. P. Candi date If He Can Guild Platform MUST HAVE SOLID PARTY SUPPORT American Rights, and Down With Hyphen His Slogan OYSTER HAY. N Y April 6. In un Interview with a political sup porter wno called u|'*ti him (or the purpose of obtaining hi- views a to tin proper attitude to l>e as sinned by Hie progressive wing of the Ii» publican party in the < otning convention. Col Theodore Roosevelt lam night issued a pra'tical state nient of th** t.rms under which he will consent to become the G. f). P candidate for president. The interview as reported by the | caller with the permis ion of Uoi. I Roosevelt, follows, in part "Get it perfectly clear In youi head that if on nominate m• it mu-t tint * tie because you think it is in m\ in I forest, hut because you think if . Mn * our intefest and the inter.-: of j tlie Republic an party, and h«*catiae 1 >ou think i* i- ti tio interest of the United States to do so ' "\nd more than that don't >ou do it if you oxnoct me to pussy foot on anv single issue | have raised Don't he for me unless you are pre pared o sa> that every citizen ol I Mi.* country has got to he pro ! United State*, first, last, and all the time, and not pro anything els. at all. and tha w** stand for every good Vniorican everywhere, what I*• • r hi* birthplace or c reed and wherever he now lives. an<T that in ret uni we demand that he he an | American and i othing else, v ith no ' hy plien :• out Mm “Every Nnurican citizen must .■<■ 'or America first and f<>r no nthe country even second, and he Ipi* iv j any r.g).* to in the Ueii#-;| * ;>t. at all if he ha* nv divbi. and by betweei this country md anv. oth- i i I don't cure a rap for ism mans j creed or birthnlace or national <»ri |tn “o long as e is sira gin United • State i, and if he is not 1 am against him Did don't yoti nominate me 1 url**s- you nr" prepared to take the position that ?'i ii* Saiu is a he t"ong .'t ouch to <b fend bis rights 1 'o defend * verv -.r.e of hi pi'O w’ 4 ii •i c . .pi.- a ** and ‘ ’• *. ■*•.->" • < ugh unless h< war Or th*» co’ i> t or a wanton * * ’ u;e . very Imnorn "> mo and. even a jit'’ ’ feel with all my heart n't in tiic long run avoid r .tr g other people hell* v i’re afraid to fight for your rights. •' -'.in mu t novc wrong the •.. M He must never insult any • ne or wantonly give cause Tor oT f. nse to either the wegk *>r the strong, and the surest possible \uii »o enable him to keep th* 1 peace md to keep it on terms that will . nable American* to hold their heads high and not hang them in .hums is for him to iw- so prepared | t, advance, md 1 mean prepared jp hts own soul as well as with his | arm}' and t;av> that when he says iaytiling the -est of the world will | know tliaT lie means It and that he an make it good. “Don't ymi tn to nominate me unless you think that’s the policy that ought to he followed out and followed for your sake as well as for mine and for the sake of the rest of us here in the United States \nd don't forget that that is not a course that provokes war it is ihe only course that In the long run prevent.* war nnd secures national self respect and guaranti es the honor of this country and the rights of Its citizens wherever they may be" What Roosevelt told him was a more definite and complete elubora tlon of his Trinidad statement. In ulilch he had said It would he a n.lstnke to nntninnte him unless the country has in its mood something of the heroic. INDIANAPOLIS, Did. April f. Pledged to give utianimou a« kin.; to the ratioida* y of Charles Warren Fairbanks lot president, dei* gates tn th** Republican state convention her* I heard with perturbation tin,ay that ( o|ou*‘| Theodore Roc revolt's hat is in the ring Whether Indiana Republicans will extend the olive branch to Roose velt may he deteimtned today in the srl* Mon of dch'guies at large to the national coni**ntlor NEWARK N .T Charging, arrnne other thing , tha, h**r spo\ise iried, Ito make h» r * * an electric light bulb, Mr-. EPa stniith, of Hoontnn. is suing Krnesi S. for eparatlon WATKirrOWN, S l> The state - ; . a-. -1 il.< women of il state to give nil th-* eggs theii hens lay during the las* week In May, to the prohibition campaign fund. DETROIT TIMES City News 1 corner «f «.rnnil I Irens perk Is helm* iltni n premntnrelj »ernnl b.i.k l*v h r- w <•f whit* mi'l purl I** i-rfx-usea tretched l>efor*- » florist nhop for Hoiuf* ilUtkiuT alo tiß ' i( •i<h w aW\ | Frank lirnve-k, y*#r» «»»**- "'"t John su |n lrn»ki. HU ,*e«rs uld. neither "f whom h,i* ■ p.-rinMii. i; home, were arrested . »rl\ 1 hor. <la\ mornlou, * hsrged with *l.< thef t of rlv \ slued «t H , .-nts. from a crate in the T nu»n depot art. I'edr** Villa, whose husband Is a brother of Ihe Mesloan oal law. Fronds, o Villa is a guest «T n<- l s.et. r, Mre Kb haul T Fit4pntrtek, of No locust -at She sh\s tor brothar-ln-law Is the hluek sii"";' of ttie family Met husband so l children a> * in M, «tco m.l have not »>*-. n heard from in week* t he cl* II ser* Ice commission »*lll rtt ..|M-rnle **ltl» ll**- .-oiiuell e**u*ii*lt ler on salary > ouailzanon m r e adjusting salaries of -it* employes 1 (red \\* Hmlth. set rotary or th. roinnilsslon will attend all th* meetings of the ...pimttt.e rh*- I hoard decided, Wednesday night not to appeal from the derision **r Ju*lge Hally that the police court is not under cult service. Hahhl Stephen S. 11 Ise. of Ne»» 1 »rk. *« h..se elut|iien« - e helped Ihe Je**s t*f ltetloit rat-'C 1110.00*1 for Jewish relief In Europe, will speak th Temple Beth 171 at 10 o'clock. Sutid.tv morning on the ■ut>J*"“ "TVhai <an Christiana do t/> end race prejudiee7" Dr. Wise is known ms ..to- of the biggest men in the J* w ■ mli world, with a reputation n>>t only as a prea<h*T i»ut as an au thor and mi -i tt. 1 worker. Tsso sdverGsltig men of national reputntlou **lll speak to hard*, are and garage iron In th*- statl.-r ,; a l r.iom, Thursday night \\ ■ Ilott'hkins. a director <>f the «" it * 11 - enuam adv*-rti mu mk.-io v <*f N■ •* V.,rl. and T. F Flannagan. adver tising manaK* r *>f the T'\rene < •> . wljl dlacus" Ruses nnd j.rev* nll *n of fir. 1 10..d advertising also will he talked and slides will !>•- -hown by Fla it n again to illustrat* hi-* a*l di es - llr. Meyers' sermon, VVednr'*luy even ing. 11l the series of meeting' **hl.-h tit. >.eing given in th** i'lrsi l-te*j» ll t church, dr * w al l •ri tiort t* > the *■ ’ ih.ti it - l.« - ause \v* do not rc.'og tt th> g*.odn>H- ..f < hriat tltnt '■• * .1.. n..t liv* the .f.• ll* has pr< - '.rii.t'd f>r 'i- I*' ,M«\»-rs k- • • tw.- :i stun*-* « of Hi*- hanu’- 1,. lit .* I .*■ fI. It ( et| I> V two yolll.g men when 1"' brought hotio- to tlio'ii th, got.tines* Mini beauty o. tlo ir < art I. j-.«r# nt * The niiumil lunch Min of the llrtr*»tt I'e*lern I l«*ii *>f Women's cli.l.s ** it I tak<- Ida.. April l!. th*- 1»• < ' .'it. |. it ii- a<-ring a- ? • rer. I'h - M,t tg. v* 1 11 tie 1. 1| t o <en I ■ a | .-1 • and 1 1" |i|oin y will go t>. th< girl.- *ve" ..re w*.i k of th* h • o 'I ! tio- aft. moon a sale of t.al-.d goo* w: I > ..ntlnu*', and all tio- I in< r *--‘h •■Uestsiile ttl g* <1 to tak* .ill" til ' h.>m.- ait li t it* m for th* ir »'• i table.- Th* liin.h.-on i under th dir- t- on • f Mr- A < > I »unk Members of Ihe poll*-e depnrliueii • *» h*» tire *e tern ns *»f the Spanish- Am. r.fi" * ,ii or it.-, in* . . t . ampiiiuns have r> •|i>«-M*-«l tio- s. • r.-tarv to* submit brief I rn .- oft! I! ill t 1 * ti*' « M the >e j., rtm. Tio r< uue-1 »* as is • t- t .-ft U* to a r- IJII ■:<* from - ..un «< ! of t lie Unit*-.! Si>ii :• h *' . \ .-!• ran*, who \vi; to • t-> learti. -<. i. i 1 1 - w i, ai. v -> f th • ■i - lit : * ... |-.■ rtrti■ nt v. »• i1 * 1 *;;n■ n -itisw i tl. * • 11: f r - . all ' -ho .1 I the o * a«i- ii ii'> Mi-1. 1 *• or Instil life desires In thnnl. tlie following donors for llieir gifts of u.t 'a: . • oitntr nia 1 1 *-r, * t . .r'ng M<*i *h. l ■ '- I t * * s. Arm stroiiv .Mr- I'arid 11.-tfli. Mr.- <i< i 'i \ i:. - -...ii i: ii- ..vvn. I; l. Mi. k Mr- A|e \. f atni.oell, l.d.i. M I-- - ti. Mrs Wm 1 '-.wm F.r't 1 it, tori .ri ctiur. ti, M* Albert Ii ■••*. Mr. ti.orge F. Lawson. .'!*•• Th.-** S. M.ilrtw, Mrs Wm Id Miller, Moose Temple, Itarrv ’ i’hillitr, F *' I'oh’mnn, Mr** Frank l; I'ott* • Mr' 1,., i'. ft. IC* *. Mi - g li Stevens. Mrs .!••*< ;>h ! IVebm-r I dank J. Wetzl, Mr. Uot-crt Wyse. ••The skies o*er llelrolt nre the bluest, some friends in lletrolt are i . it -*•••-: dollar niadtu-s- in I ■.- I I i■ • h ,-r- atesl, 'Uni.. (.< it i- t. TTTtt -T- t-trkfttK tn th*- m.t-*-!■* of I>• - * ar. the da hi ml r **f is u-h t n. I'e.t .l-.hii I! Wo 1 g.-'r It .» *> luting pri><-. in the " of \\ nod's II itlw a v iiuld. Mr Wood is a sta m*h ad ■ •< i- : ri. J :-Ta attaril 1 ime f> >r I>. t’ >l-1 , h ls.«u. ot I lie a.:id. and \*T(M s< \ ■ rat page* to ".tr: \ o' " In I *h«lf *.f • ■ n'ral and ig-iinst n*t. n standard tint*, wh'.-n now obtains ;n I-. trolt Iti nth* |- i-hk. -of th. c i ide -orr'-' t railwav tin - tald-s will l.> found, and ii u< h oth»-r ms- r tiiaf ti of her . - tit to l tie tra v el*-t II.» sens ill's n* , ll*itles of the Detroit wroiio of the Hllnnce t-'raaerlse close th!- * vet in- wi'li the le.-jtui •, t ''I.I;■I • . O : 1C dins W It *te-.IT - I re \ frati- .1 is- .ri tin- -invention ill of Do- l'ot.t. lliirt lain The . '—rn— ll of .l-.pchtm M* rlan*. author <>f several works on Fren.-h Itteritai. and ope of tto oftl* lal le<tui*-rs of La Fell*-rat ian *t<* I'Aliiah.’** Fran . ,iix< Prof M.-rlant tio-s to I ■••- ir-.l! .-ft- I ,iv.nt. Miade an * \t- t si v. t-.ii t>> tl.e'vat --us «ent*-rs ->t the Alljaio *• I-’ran at-- and M. Louis D. larnarr* . -.-. i.tary *■ f the Fed*-:-;-i ton. pc * - go tribute to his abillt'. is a speak* r Walter i’. llovnf on, president of th*- AHi an- e Fran • • ‘vlll d»-Mv> t a brief inti - * I u.fory address 1\ hen the Ineal wenther hnrentl sharps, prog uosl leat Ing from their no t > ..rid-.g nnl it» <t > *•. We.ln-stiav. announced fiti aud w irm* t foi th*- ensuing ?t h*-tit —. it must have li* *»n n *l* ibcr.it*' Vi>ri 1 ok* , f.-r Thursday morning itrouglit >- Id winds and snow flurries, with blur 'k> pat. t *•< an-l i• al < rifts of nun shin*' finding it hsrd to fore, th* r *va’ through htnxy, chill-looking cl.Ptdti About midnight h . old nun fell, hut with th* .lawn th*- i un drops grtimed b.-hlnd .'roi.la that soon were cleared _awa> b\ the aitti's ra* ■ «*l.l King 1 Wint«r hex* over, Is loath tn resign, and In per x *Tseness of spirit sent the met cuVy down In the tube hutif. I out , a few cold storage snoxvtlakr- and chill winds, and made most folk wish they hio'n t rlonne.l spring suits and top < oats. YOUTH STRUCK HY AUTO DIES; DRIVER TO HE PROSECUTED Frederick C i'rnntu. of No. Howardm . narager .if the Cronin (Vnl Cos, has. he* n released on hail following his arrest for a charge of manslaughter In connection with the I death of Josr ph Snyder, 12 years old. lof No .11 Sihlev **t. Young Snvder • was run down by Ctonin'a utitomo* Pile as he v.is roller • m the street. lUuuus* of his youth if "s ■first thought tie would HUtvlVf th** aliis k of nts injuries and Cronin "u --relenaed. hut v*t’**n the 1;»<I died un i expert**dl> at 1“* o'rtoek T lay nioriiiiig Cronin wns pi.irt and under arrest 'I tie aceiUetlt is salt Itn have been unavoidable. Sid tier ha'inij sx* erved on hi *-tca‘*>s into the flow- ( ly movinjt rrtneMne. rrintlag (H- plain neat hind —that la rla ht 1 In*** Jnh Prjt.—-Main ISIO Drink and Drug bahll* success tiitt» (rented We L "an t r *»'■ nrtß«*»si llmr ■ - ireatmeal. %rgetahle rnmpnnn.l snd harmless. Klsth }«ar in Detroit. t.iTI.IT IA«nTI IT Tel. (.rand .VW2 2? (.arfleld-aTe. ii ■ ■ in Brief 11 'I he \\ ii * n«- count} ilrr < a 111 |,al ait <<> linn 111 r<- .» adding a urn «ulir ■>( "ffl * i to Its h eadij i i.i r t-r i,i tin ••'•■nth flmir i>f th* Kr«*|f•> I,mid -111 IT I »»l 'ear flir common council crn iii- , •'il 1.4.1 «a loon llri'iurt. ncnrl* ion • in'll than flu la" allums Tlii number of ai-j'lii atmi.'- for *; In •-list'* rt i eivi-ii up tn vs i'ilm m!io ! noun wan l,, r <29. William H "refut'd **aid John t.‘ • ««•# null, from the Ural t • the tvi cntirth Ilnurs nt 11 M- i umi- Bank binNl tut' In 1 4j inlnui.r i irt' :n».- h Prick rowan oj<in.*l hi- could \V|-rf..ril lint II dinner Cos" an will I 'it the dinner ||n «1 i<) it in f..ur 1 minutes .in<l five seconds •*•*!n'l llkr to Kri up rnrlt In ikr miirnliMi. >lnr» Oilrll didn't. and " linn St,l ftl l hll \ .Xl•>l>t through' fioin on* I t Mu. inKht till Smunlm I -i "- • k la fi r. 11 1 - 11 t kf* W Oili.|| f|. . nil' I It w.i« 111 rj i • to Separate At | •mV taii*. tli.it is on** of tin. alli-ktii* • n. n.- in ttm dlvor. • lilll Odell has f'liil in the circuit court Another Is that hla wife refused to not his '•reakf m John llutrcl. Miipcrlnfetidcnl of (hr east aide ■tnnr .ward, ha* hern mails • • *|>»- r ll ti-ndont of all tirw pa'lng ami repaving work ov**r the entir, • M lit ''omtn M.-ior . r Kenk* 11. SS'U llam Klshhnr U will have general > i(ii r v laioii of loth cart and wi -t sols yards of the department of - bl vofka, with duties miliili I'l to pavement resurfacing atid p.iti limn I hr fil.iliNi a|i|troprlatr<l for »tr:ct car lli'kMt for •Mlit rr n nttrmltiia lie. tr .it s wpriial .--ehools lias si' l n i ">it, ami . . a rt-sult att.n l,inri at I these institutions tins fall* n ..rr l u l< ' •tit It Is ti ari'il thl- tty nr. j v 111 reach 25 per «••• nt Sujn. i.’hn I- • s* \ l.sk* il so # T.i.'ia fill ts, IH 1 -1) | I .so. liiit wan iilloMfl only I‘j.tiftO The st.it* jin's tin s* tiin.l ilist ; t • n-nt s a tla v for each child in school, and ih<* district will lon*- i • ■»11 if this tn-.iiis*- i.f non alt* »nl cne- so tin,! it- a ilitllars and ont 'sii> tli*' ticket* would ho a pood In vestment. I unrrnl «cnlrr« tu-rr hold Thnnuln' ittlrrHiinn for Simni'l Hand ford, f*-s! i' nt of th>- II iml ford -l-i • I Tint Ini! I'ti., No. 22 Burned-at.. * ’ ‘ nn to. died in his home, No. t *.*:.: W*-t di.itul-Mul , Tut-'il-i.N morn In--: Mi llandford had l.oon nn • Ii nm wn in r>. tn it for ye ;i « laving < onto to this • it> from Mar. • i'.loM* whi-r a Voum, |.o\ Ho t.--- ‘ irro n |>rintor and was a oi*m- P• t nil thr- fo-trii't loure,il at ill. 1 1 tii* it was ill slntyi i hr fro, aftti which In- nn • r ll into btisin* for J»4mii—if Sim • ho underwent a si i ’ il mu ration - ( year ai’o his In-all' had In • n falling His wid* nn .Maruiarof I. ! land I’-ird. on - N'Vi s | i]■ - t 111'- I* »and i . I <N. \ \t . *.f " ■■'eh nn a- a niemtn r, had • harai- i.f t in- f anora 1 (going to walk down this morning ? rJ|r) More and more Itetroit nien are v alkinK to Hie offii for fhe'ir daily ' eierci.-e. Dr. A. Reed /h>. Cushion Shoes V I * J with tin ir soles of iambs' wool and , \ \ | damp proof rork. "ill make your g J Htmtuxi moii'iUK 'Nall, a joy. f \. J 272 Woodward Avenue ; / To avoid tmi. J. P. So -l, I r<J 2,1 ip* i'll. 1 .. . 1 11 Shi e.«. I ' -**• -ketimiftii will | Notice how little ] short- ; 1 %$& ening | Mrs. Chase uses I ifeft | Pies and ] i Cakes! I N|r». !■'Jurener \iistln I huso. Mark the fact that Mrs. Chase uses only half the shorteninp: usually required hy an all-purpose flour when baking her pies and cakes. That’s because she uses Henkel’s Velvet JJI Pastry Flour ioi Ia s|>ecial flour for pastry m B v Mom .(i rii 1 1 -tarcli tti.it tin h».i mum. thereby making loss B i‘\pensi\e. non-jfreasy pies y- FLOUF*''^ I and cakes that are much eftvSier to digest. ij Use a Special Flour for Pastry If yon ";»nt I.i rr* f* kv tiftl nt •’ pi. * nnd t M;, the on» Mr*, (hasp funk*"*. \rd Mis < ’ha * i_,-"d 1 1 tell you thitf H« nkfl ’■» YHvtt p, t;y flout i* on. ot t!;•* ml pa»try tloui ru.ol* Milled in Detroit .1 for HO > ears by the COMMERCIAL MILLING CO. Corner Randolph nnd Atwater Streets. r IST () 1* wearing out your clothes with th? rub, rub, rub on the wash-board, making drudge flay out of wash day and paying out $2.00 per week for laundry work that is often unsatisfactory. LOOK at this No. 25 Thor. Ravi’s recommends it nnd guarantees it. We will send it to your home for SIO.OO down and SIO.OO per month. Attach the cord to any lamp socket, push the button to start and stop. It will do the washing for a family of six or eight i>eople in 90 minutes at a cost of 3c for electricity. LISTEN to Ihe experience of thousands o r Detroit women and over one hundred thousand American women who are using a Thor every week. Laces, linens, lingerie, woolens, blankets, spreads, rugs, etc., washed clean and wrung dry by electricity without the least injury to any fabric. A laundress, if she doesn’t forget to come, costs you $2 per week, slOl per year, two years S2OB, three years $316, four years sll6. five years $520. No. 25 for $91*50 at $lO per month. Il is always on time and does better work. These are cold facts.. A size for every need at S6O, sllO, $l2O, $145, $lO5, $385. j We have experienced laundrymon to show you how to use them and look after all our machines. T. B. RAYL CO. 3 Grand River East Corner Woodward I lii^9 J \ i—i Enamel lour Refrigerator I'ncoatpfl wood or r.lnc In your rofrigprator absorbs moist tiro and soon becomrs foul. It cannot be prop rrl> cleaned or kept clean. Acme Quality Rnamel form* a surface that is an ea.sy to dean as porcelain. A bard, smooth, non absorbent surface that oan he kept in a sanitary ajid inviting condition by a imply wiping occasionally with a damp cloth. ACME QUALITY Enamels are easy to apply, and are inexpensive They are put up in easy to-open cans of convenient size for all kinds of work. IlfilfM "ho •>♦'ll Imif Hurtllfv Paint* nnd I'lnUhen ® ,T*(Ti-rnnn, W. It., It. It, 3ltM*— ■ It. Hem-r £ VIP. 5) ,t., ( imi-ciu 11., 31*2 Vjnthony ■ Uintzinsl: v % Tn. *Tr v.T. TTTt W : tt *l^rrn ■ I. i w ritial' - , 365—Tlif". fCin*< ■ Mni k *ne Nolan Hdws. Cos. ■ Mark, 11r,B—Indian Village Hdfff. ■ ('n. 9 Mack, K!96— Mack IMwf. Cos. 9 Michigan, 17* —Koehler. II F. & Itro 4 . r ■ .- < Ins A Walmnth MlChlu-m. *72 Bullock c»i •* •• n Cos. Michigan. llermun Witt Monroe, 717 It. 17. Neweon .Myrtle. 169 II I nurr«'ll i'iik'HU'l. 'tut Kconomy Cos nuklnrul. 1016— Woodland Cos. Itlvar'l, S!>fi— Jos 8 a now sky I'.ussrll, 1186 Richard X Horton (Central Paint and Glass Company City Distributors 36 Cadillac Square Low Fares West - 1 "Xjr A WMJf/ Colonist and ' ill Settler? fares —one way J/jI —second class—will be in wfll (.fleet by the Grand Trunk and \o|\ 1 |3n| onneeUnc Hue* thi* *pr»°f U(J| San Francisco, I .os Anaeles, Wj| San Diego, Portland, Seattle, \lV* \ ancouver. Prince Rupert Vl£3H "TM a nd points on the Grand Trunk \H rroß SR Pacific Railway, $47-30 y^ggl I'tah. Montana and points in \ub3 [MR Alberta, $ 12.30 (f W OaM Wr.i. «H or phon- for rompljw J' , "V n ' ! \]B ~wl (»r. >o p*‘tnt you l(M -. Rnv* here in Hie west ur north we*t| \\4fej W M C. SMITH, pHill yjMgMsffgWVV H • " •«'*" «r.i I I'or Msi n ‘•Jo t»wlr ~i \e I V iirti,ii*i |ipp« <w / fIvSStfPU - ft^Si - -'■ . ■■ '■■■juBa— —ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES—IT PAYS Hueseii, 170 4 Wm. A Schmitt st Aubin. 206 -F'r*'d Kb'herer St Auhtn, S1. r . Alex l.emke Savannah and John It., —<Ire*»n- field lld we Cos. »(44*-» -VtUih The Star* Thu ‘I, 6 45—J. I' lieiltironner Third, 64k—J. XV. I >rury I 2th. J *>Ko F. M. Burr 21th. 10S7— Then. Terskl Wi-Hilnwn and Od. River. If. P, it. F I*. 1 W**-stlawn Cos. Wood ward. 7*>k Watkins A Rad illffe Wi.odnard. 14*2- Frank \l«oe Wn..d"'ard. 1:»i r< stone Bios. Cos. Woodward, -(M‘i Woodward Cos. Woodward, 3d06 Meyers A Woodward. Woodland Cos. Woo, ward and 7 *-j - Mtle-rd.— iloppa lldwe. Cos. Wy*ndott*. Mich.- K. J. T angle PAGE 3