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STORE PLANS BIG FEATURES ~>wen & ( o.’s Spring Opening, Wednesday, Will Be Inter esting K\ent The sixteenth annual spring open ;ng celebration of Owen A Cos. tin hiK Gratiot ave home furnishing e taldlshment, will lie held next Wed nesday April 2 Those «ho hav.* • fended any ot the Arm * previous openings, will Welcome this bit of news. for they know that the ona • ion means a real treat in more way* than one This year more novel features than ever befor* will he Introduced • The towering bulhl Ing of white terracotta at Gratiot ave. and Brush to . which thi* -tor* occupies, t. one of th* largest stru tures east of Woodward ave. The entire interior of the store has been dressed for the opening event, and each of thrum*- tran-formed into a bower of flowers ferns and vineolnd trcllise-, all breathing the spirit of spring In lifting the event out of the ranks of the -onvenGonal the -tor* management has exer< isecl unusual originality No attempt will he made to sell goods the entire aft ernoon and < veiling being given o\er to the entertainment of the public, art, musie, and instructive demonstrations holding full sway The best talent obtainable has been engaged, and delightful music will be heard throughout the store all afternoon and evening The celebrated Ford Hawaiian orchestra will have complete charge of the musical program These entertain ers will attract much Interest with their native sonrs and Instruments All who attend the Owen A Cos opwnlng will have ample appnrtunlt y to hear these much talked of musi cians In the booth In the stove depart nient, v htyn occupies one entire floor, coffee and biscuits will he served. The many special demon strations on each of the various floors will attract the Interest and attention of all who like to see Just how good home furnishings are made. Ticket* will he distributed at each demonstration booth for valuable prises Each lady who at tends will he handed a handsome souvenir of the occasion The pulv 11c generally Is invited to attend Twelve Firemen Hurt. Twelve firemen took a tumble, hu* none was hurt seriously, and a loss of 11.000 was sustained bv the Wll bams Bros.* Pickle Cos. In a small hlsr.e Saturday night. The firemen were walking on a plank that con nec.ted t»n loading platforms when the plank broke Cream of Tartar which is derived from grapes, has no substitute for making a baking powder of the highest quality. That is the reason it is used in Royal Raking Powder, which con • inues to maintain its pre-eminence >r making the finest and most holesome food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar Abaolutsly Pur « j No Alum No Phosphate Mrs. Florence Austin Chase se lected Royal Raking Powder for use in The Times* Cooking School last week. Fashions to, With (he first breath of spring a t .other s thoughts turn to the mak mg of her children's lighter gar i nieuta to meet the milder weather Winter wrttpM and frock* l»#v ouie op | presslve and thin wools. pongee* him] I cotton and linen fabrics become I needful. This s*ason the need of new gar menta is accompanied b> the need for new- pa'terns, because all the fashions now demand a different style of skirts and.blouse hh well as jacket. There is a general fullnes ut the hips, which is made in a ttar* in the wraps, and ill pb-ata and I gathers in the skirts This pattern shows the fullness of both blouse and skirt, the first gath ered at the l**lt and the latter laid In wide pleats. The kilted skirt is always becoming to children, and the panel front is more attractive than where the- plea‘B sre carried al) the way around Nothing could be simpler than this blofise. with nnlv shoulder and underarm seams, and full sleeves, gathered to a wristband or cuff The dress lends itself to all classes of materials, and may be trimmed according to the purpoa* for which it is in ended For school it would he well to make the dre-» lightweight serve or heavy cot ton. or gingham goods, or. if not toe * xpen*ive the even more stylish bn*n Anions fashionable linen weaves for the use of children as veil as grown people is the Russian linen, which keeps its shape so beau t: full >. and which is so lovely and durable \ number of attractive sports «ilks and cottons of the met cerired character are woven to Iml tate the beautiful Russian linen weave and so the appearance of r dre«s can he achieved in any sort of fabric and at all sor's of prices THE CONFESSIONS OF A WIFE j Donna's Opinions of Marriage. befme I had time to open Mary’s letter, Gonna Tenney name in Her flr-t words wet**, "MaiTfe, j.|ea*e, don’t lei Mary marry u man so much tounger than herself Three or flv» years don't count, but over five years look for trouble. "What do you mean, Gonna'’ 1 asked I nfvri supposed love took into consideration the question <d ,igc, bt sides nowada' s a middle aged woman Is younger in appearance, manner and mode of thought, than Is a man " "That is true, but a man wants youth to took at. No man is ever 1 too old to think he cannot make an impression on a girt In her teens You know, don t you, Margie, that I am older than Will?” ‘‘l certainly did not.” I answered "You look much younger "You are very sweet, hut 1 can hardlv believe that You see mV white hair’ Poor Bill looks very II Just now. hu» I have sometimes thought his greatest tempter was youth " ''Yes.” I said “you might para i hra.se the lines for Bill ‘ ’Where love looks into love's re turning eyes There are the realms of paradise.’ into — "'Whenever age peers into youthful eye* He thinks he s found his paradise.’ " "I wish I could tell Mary how ter rible this living up to youthful standards is." suggested Gonna "When I met Bill we were both young and T knew he was only 20, while 1 was I did not tell him how old 1 was. and he thought I was about 22 Since then I have never dared to tell him the truth, and It has been a constant hurt to me to know | was trying to lie to r Americans Att-a...,, £irr. Frock It will h* found that good- of a mixed, striped, plaid o ,m fancy chnrac ier wear better for children than plain materials They do not show ue.ir and tear rapidly, not -oil as quickly. him e very clav | shall never forg'd the awful, sickening feeling that came over nie-u-hen I found, -cm rath er he found, my first white hair "We had come horn* from a party ! 'here h* had been particularly at , tentive to Kitty Malram. She was i the personifl atiou of youth! I felt I must noi get neai her, for fear of ! comparisons. "Ass w.ts combing my hair for | bed, Bill stopped he-ide me. raving ' about lbe cleverness of Kittv VII lat onre. hi- eyes widened He fin 1 gored a strand of my bald Softly i he said 'Why, Gonna d**ar, here is ' a gray hair?' "You know Bill almost as well as I do. sc* it will not hecin strange when I say I got all trembly Hnd teary It -remed that all mv deceit -tad gonc> for nothing. And. Margie, sometimes I have thought that all Bill's infatuation for Kitty Malram dated from that night. Tha' gray hair meant age to Mill, and age was. and is. his greatest hugbea't Since then, or rather, since t ij second marriage, he tells me he loves ray white hair, hut 1 sonietitr.es wonder if In- would love* if as well if Kitty Malram were not <y>ld and quiet out tli* re in Rose |„iwn?" "Now Gonna. ’ I remonstrated, ‘ hav. t * yon enough trouble* with nil' being jealous of a dead woman? Poor Bill is too ill to want anything except the loving cate you arc* giv ing him In his heart lie worships y ou." "Yes, dear, but I don't want wor ship " ‘ What would you do, Gonna, if yon wen not only growing older every day, hut were simply laid out here like a log as I am, and .ill the t'nu vour hu hand was in the vigor of his best manhood* If you knew ihni for you In was staving away from his friends that for von he was foregoing all the pleasure* ot life and making himself n nThi'e-' "Gonna, dear. I am going to tell j you something 1 have not told to anyone else. A few month* ago I thought of divorcing Glck for my own sake, and now I would give 'ears of my life if 1 could divorce him for his -ake "Margie Waverly what are vnn saying'* Gick would no more let you out of his life than I would let Bill, just because he is siik, poor dear ” "Yes. hut Gonna, you don t under stand It i*nt that I think Gick wants me in go out of his life, but That it would l>e better if I did go" "He married you. my dear for better or for worse "Yes, hu* doe* anv one of us ever expert the worst’ pick Is lovely to me lu a tender, pitxltig sort of way - Oh, Gonna Gonna. I don't want piiy ; | either want to Ret well or die' ' (To Be Continued) STEAMER KIRBY HAS LARGE CARGO ON FIRST TRIP With a few passengers on hoard and carrying a large load of gen c-ral freight, principally chemical* the steamer Frank E. Kirby, of the \*hlev Air Gust in line, departed for Put in Bay and Sandusky. Monday morn in g> It was the first) vessel of that line to attempt passage through the heavy Ire in the 'ower channel Ollis S Dublin one of the owner*, was a paasengei The .1 \V \Vegtmtt Cry. marine : reporter*, sent their work boat in the Livingston*- channel, Monelav morning AH employe*, of th*' com I pany have now reported for th* I season The Allendale Mothers’ club will meet Tuesday afternoon, in the home of Mr*. W. H. Wentworth, No ♦ ! S Allendale ave*. Mr. and Mrs George G. Booth, of ( iantirook, Birmingham, and Mr a.id Mrs. Janie* Scripps Booth are In St Augustin* following a trip to Florida They will not return until May 1 \*j — . , Miss Ruth Woudhoust. who ha* b*-en visiting friends in New York has returned to her home in Gro*s<- Point e Mrs Philip J pYiillli>, of Evanston, PI., Is visiting her mother, Mrs Clara C. Flnlavson, No 45 Alexan clrine-ave east Mr* Flnlayson will • tui n to Chicago with Mrs, Phillip -pend Easter •/ — Mr. and Mrs Frank W Brooks. i Sr., and Miss Pauline IBooks are in | New York on their way to Detroit from the Booth Mr. and Mr- K W Reaume and 'he Misses Grace and Eleanor Reaume, Helen ave , have returned t>om three month* visit with friend .-ct various poin's on the Pacific | coast -ia. Mis- Alice K. Bevins and Mis- Katherine c Knight, vocal pupil* of Mr*. Eleanor Haggard Peocock, will he the soloists for the present;* t on of Cowcn's "The Rose Maiden. Tuesday evening \pril 2.1. in Mt. Clemen*. —n*v— The Political and Civic league will I hold a -ale of home baked good* I and give a noon luncheon, in the Federation club house, Second and Hancock aves.. Thursday. April 13. tor the benefit of the girls' welfare work. — a, — The Mendelssohn c!wl> chorus of ! 200 voices will give a concert Mon day evening, in Harmonic hall. Miss Ellen Richmond Marshall, contralto, will he the soloist. Gr Cuvier 11. Mar hall, is director of the chorus The marriage of Miss Ethel Louise Turner, daughter of Paul Turner, No. It:; Hancock ave. east, to Philip Lauren-on, of TVtroit, for merly of Baltimore. Md , took place Saturday. In Baltimore Mr and Mr- Lauren.-on are spending their honeymoon at Old Point Comfort. For the la-t two years. Mr. Lauren -on has represented the Baltimore Fidelity Trust Cos., in Octroi!. Mrs Ge*orge p Goodale gave an interesting talk on "The formation of the modern drama " Saturday aft ernoon. before rvuroit branch. Col legiate Alumnae association, in th*‘ Federation club house. Mrs. Good ale compared Shakespeare and j Brow ning as dramatists, and r* cit RESINOL A SAFE SKIN TREATMENT You need never he*sitate to use re inol ointment and resinol soap in the (treatment of severe or simple skin troubles. There is nothing in then to injure the tenderesi surface lies inol is a doc tor's prescription which, for over twenty years has been con stuntly usd by other physicians for eczema and other itching, burning unsightly skin affections. They prescribe resinol, knowing that its remarkable soothing, healing action is due to ingredients so gentle and harmless as to he suited to the most delicate skin even ot a tiny baby. All druggists sell resinol oint ment and resinol soap How the Ritfht So;ip C;in Help Your Skin Money cannot buy a purer, more j cleansing toilet soap than resinol } soap And C rt healing resinol modi ; ,i Bion in it h*- P* to keep the mm j pb-xinn cl..’ f -ah, and beautiful. ~ - • oraM ■bji STORES HEADQUARTERS 213-247 WOODWARD AVE. ’’T | Expert Piano Tuning | : Regulating and Repairing - i You cannot afford to neglect your Piano <>r Player-Piano. Lack of atten- • • tion for too long a time may result in serious harm. Now, following the cold l J of winter and the lessening of artificial heat, it is particularly important that I 1 it I** tuned—and, it is absolutely essential that the work be properly t t done. Don’t trust your instrument to an incompetent or inexperienced tuner. * T * * ; Kvery man of our large force is skilled in his work—nor is this all—the l | quality of his work is backed by our entire organization. We guarantee that J j it will be satisfactory- and you are dealing with a reputable, responsible and j A established house. We are equipped to serve you promptly and our rates are ♦ ! reasonable. Come in, or ‘phone us (Cherry 3600) now. j * Complete Factory Facilt- Note the Pianos «»f Our * 1 ties for Regulating l ine Here is t’n and Repairing equalled Selection land th# «amo aplondid Stoinway. Knnbr UrinnHl t workmanship that ontsrs Into I'l Bro*. (own Snhm* r J In K of th# 1 , jwt * Hro* (own nmkwi riann W> *'ll *l]. Pianola Player Plano* ♦ I ran rebuild \nur in«»nnnwn' P'X '"'I 11 * J I rottipletwl) if ni|ro«iiiv Sp*- Ff ’* * atalon postpaid So Olhrt . T u*. nr phono Chrrr> .1600 for * s pnn* Purchaa* ,V*»an« So J i I RBK cMiniAtp of rnM M»ict* to > our H<>m< - t I •> • 9 9 9 9 9 9 •••••> 999 9 9999999*9 9 • 9 9 9 9 ♦-9 f # DETROIT TIMES SOCIETY •and hiiu of (ho work of ouch to Ilian trHt*’ her point a Several member* of tiie almujiae paid feeling tribute to tin late l»r \ng*‘||, prr>ldent. i-nirritus of the Unlvern'ty of Mich igan. Mian Vesta M Little, physical di lector of the Y W. (’. A., will give : n Informal talk on "The Iwim-flr of exercise Tuesday noon, In the as aodation library Members who have come into the association since Feb. i will he entertained at a "candle lighting party, in the us sociation parlors. Thursday even ing. April 13. Mm. Eleanor Tlazzard Peocock the IV*»rolt soprano, who appeared in Springfield 111 ! April 3, in a joint rental with Antonio Sala the Span Ish cellist, was given an enthusiastic Hception Mrs. Peocock sang arias from ‘ LaGinconda ‘ and “Madaiua P»tterfl\." receiving a double encore foi each, and several of the German, French and English songs which the gave had to be repeated to sat isfy the audience Mr. Sala is con cert 1/:ng in \merica by of King Alfonso of Spain, w hos<- “court ccllis*’ he is Following the conceit. Mrs Peocock and Mr Sala. ; t.d Mr. Sala's accompanist. Isaac van drove, were entertained at a r».«ptjon in the home of Mrs. \1 la if Myers, president of the Spring held Vmateur Musical club, under v ho-* auspices the concert was give n. —<sy— In tli*' annual meeting of Mt Wr non society hold Friday in the home of Mi Orla 15 Taylor, No. 345 [turns ave . th*' following officers vi'j. elected: President. Mrs. Ed ward W Stoddard: first viee-presl dt n . Mi" Marie Louise Cole; sec ond vice-president. Mrs. Orla It Taylor: recording secretary. Mrs. James H MclKinald. corresponding secretiry. Miss Jennie O Starkey; treasurer Miss Harriet L. Ra> mond; historian. Miss Mary llineh man executive hoard. Mr-. Arthur M Parker. Mi s Frederick lie* k wlth Stevens, Mrs George S. Hos nier: Mr« James H. Ford Air- Jam! \Y Finnev , program commit te* Mrs Stephen 11 Knight. Mrs \V. N MeClemian. Mrs. Frederick H. Stevens, Mis- Jennie <> Star key; membership committee. Miss Ida 1 Raymond. Mrs. Mur> Ahhott Ladue. Mr- llcnrv S Lewis. Miss Jennie (). Starkey. —— The final cone* rt of the 1915-I‘i season of the Detroit Symphony or Chompto* st=-l ! (\jt ! i A man once, walked a thousand rr I'e? . j “Quite wonderful,” you say, ) \ And yet feet tathed in Cal-o-cide f s Could RUN most a.I the way ) « F Achig.Birning.x-l) si i «i'l omi. t »l-J ; l al'U'L 1 VitC |.and‘ «.nr Munlun* / / 0 , i.rnrtratr* the por. •> ) Or.fS instate KWiO :ml rrmovri thr ousi' 7 (R u'.t* pnrtiv.ly guarsrt t < t h ho* troia) ? .ay druKKUI !<• n'.rmtrr the u inic. 7 'j I THE WEATHER j Is hcniitltiil for AMS *\ A Vi |if yiM .13 Li jmbjiri ifl 113 if shmi cheatra was given Sunday after noon. in An adia, before an audience that completely filled the hulldllig. The program offered the adagio from Tschulkuw-ky'a *'Pathetlque ' •vinphony; Goldmark's “Sakuntala" overture; Grainger'a “Folonial Song;" Elgar's march. “Pomp and Circumstance, '* Wallher’a Prize song from “IXe mid an arrangement of “My Old Ken tucky Home." by Hunch. Eac h mini her was enthusiastically received and Conductor Wheaton Gales and his men were applauded to the echo William Howland, baritone, was the as.-istlng soloist, and gave, ill fine vohe and spirit. Dio Poasente" from “Faust’* (Gounodl, and '*l>e 'I tr Major" from Thomas' "Le ('aid." The concert was a fine hiic- Each Leaf of the famous blend of flavoury teas known as "SALADA” is the product of some famous Eastern tea* garden. Each leaf is young, fresh and fragrant and will yield generously in the cup. 8154 Sealed packets 60c.&70c.a1b. 2 1 !aoz. trial packets 12c. 7juJ}.£.J6ul4on G. i/ "GROWS WITH DETROIT " r -* An Exhibition of Baby Clothes Posed on Ten Little Tots Prom 2 to 8 Years Old Tuesday Afternoon , 2:30 to 3:30 Dear little clothes that seem a very part of the chaim of babyhood. Dresses—Wonderful little garments of the finest j sheerest materials, beautified by exquisite hand-worked embroider} ami delicate laces. Coats in Uie cutest, curm ingest little styles for spring. Bonnets that frame the baby faces in the prettiest ways imaginable. Play Dresses, rompers, underclothing, little shoes, and the numberless other things that minister to the com fort and add to the adorableness of the wee ones. Hand Made Oresses ; Sturdy Little Play Dresses Hand Made Slips Complete Layettes Lovely Christening Robes Baskets and Bassinets _ A _ Crad'es, Chairs, Wardrobes Little Party Frocks Kiddekoops.and Corrals Muslin Underclothes Silk p,dded Quilts Dainty Bonnets and Caps „ And Doiens of Pretty Things Mothers, grandmas and aunts all are invited. The ten little tots who will wear the various pretty things will l»e in themselves a picture worth seeing. The po-ing will take place from 2:80 to 8:30. Hutfsnn'n—rhlr«l l-'lnnr—— VV »mln nnl II nllilln e, cess in every way and brought « season that has had inahy brilliant features, and much to be proud of on the part of oonduetor and play ers. to a memorable close The or chestra will go to Ypsllantl, Tues day afternoon, for a concert In Pease auditorium, the program to Include Tschalkownky’s Hixth Sym phony In B minor, Wagner'a over ture to "Tannhauser” and Mendels aohn’s Concerto In E minor for vio lin and orchestra," with William Graflng King, concertmelster of the orchestra, and a well known con c*rt violinist, as soloist. The or chestra will give a young people's concert In the Highland f*ark high school. Thursday afternoon. April 13. under the auspices of the Tues day Mustcale. ■ p A 10-Cent Labor Saver C limax Wall Paper C leaner is a labor saver in the home-* equally as effi cient as electric household appliances, only Climax doesn’t <•// nearly as much. 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