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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1919.
WHAT YOUR NERVES NEED Whatever medication, whatever re newed at rentf h and vigor can be Im parted to the nerved muat reach them throußh the blood. Dr. Wil liam »’ IMok (Mil* are a nervine tonic but they act on the nerves through the blood, enabling the blood to carry to the nerved the ele inentd needed to build them up. Neuralgia, sciatica, sick headache and a number of more severe nerv ous troubled are properly treated by building up the blood with Dr. Wil liams' Pink PIIIh and are often en tirely corrected In this way. If you are nervous you can help yourself by refusing to worry, by taking proper rest, sleep and vaca tions, by avoiding excesses and by taking out-of-door exercise. For medicine take Dr. Williams’ Pink lills. the non alcoholic tonic. Bufferers from nervous disorders whp have been taking treatment without benefit should investigate the tonic method. Write today to the Dr. Williams Medicine Cos.. Schenectady, N. Y., for the booklet, '•Diseases of the Nervous System.” it will be sent free on request. Your own druggist sells Dr. Wil liams* Pink Pills or they will be sent by mail on receipt of price. 60 cents per box, six boxes for $3.50. —Adv. VOTE CAPS FOR GIRL BATHERS Gallant Estimators Al low Item To Stand in School Budget GADD IS GIVEN INCREASE OF SSOO All Larger Items in Fund Are Taken Un der Advisement Gallant members of the board of estimates committee on education, Tuesday, refused to eliminate an Item of 1360 for physical training supplies when they learned from Dr. Charles E Chadsey, superinten dent of schools, that the appropria tion Included rubber caps for the girl* to wear when they went swim ming in the high school pools. Estimator Buchanan was the first to challenge the item. “What fandangles does this $350 provide for?" he asked. Patiently, Dr. Chadney explained how careful the glrla are about keeping their hair dry. Me said It would be absolutely necessary to allow the Item, unless the estima tors wanted the girls to suffer the Inconvenience of water-soaked tresses. “You know how hard It is to dry the hair,” reasoned Dr. Chadsey. and the committee members laughed. Dr. Chadsey s dome is hairless and polished "Does the hoard want to supply only rubber caps for the girls?' ask ed Estimator Buchanan. Dr. Chad sey blushed, and explained that the girls furnished their own bathing suits. The estimators indorsed a SSOO in crease for Charles Gadd, secretary of the board, but denied two SIOO Increases for clerks. With the exception of the $250,000 Item for the addition to the Cass Technical high school, all appropri ations for new school buildings have been taken under advisement by the board, pending a report by the board of education on the advisabil ity of building schools larger than the present 16 and 24 room struc tures. The Cass Technical Item Is recommended for approval by the board. The committee cut out a $26,000 Item for anew hentlng plant in the Berrv schoo!. The cuts actually made totaled $58,061. The committee on the general fund made cuts amounting to $33,- M 6. and took Items totaling $66,000 under advisement. An Memos $25,- 000 for the payment of damages un der the state compensation act was eliminated. Thb fund for contin gencies in the mayor’s office, refer red to by Chairman Buchanan as the ’’cigar fund,’* was reduced from sl,- COO to SSOO. 24 Men Caught In Raid. Twenty-four men were arreated by Free I.*nce Detectives Gleason and Navarre In a raid on a “crap” game. Tuesday night, at No. 9 Elisabeth at. east. Your Plans TAFT DUE IN DETROIT WEDNUDAY Ex-President Comes Here to Address Yale Alumni at Dinner WILL TALK ON PREPAREDNESS College Men Expect Record Attendance at Banquet k William Howard Taft arrives in Detroit Wednesday afternoon, at 2.23, to speak at the yearly dinner of the Michigan Yale Alumni asso ciation. Wednesday evening, in the Detroit University club on “National military and naval defenses; what they are and what they ought to be." “The professor from Yale.” as the ex-president now calls himself, will be met by Henry D. Sheldon and Stanford T. Crapo, both Yale men. at the Michigan Central depot, and escorted to Mr. Sheldons home in Grouse Polnte, whore he will lie en tertained during his stay here. The Yale dinner that Is the occa sion of his visit to Detroit 1b ex pected to set a precedent for attend ance at the annual alumni gather ings It will be a "preparedness dinner," and besides being addressed by the former president will have two other features which will har monise with his advocacy of strong military and naval defenses. These will be a trlk by Alfred Bellinger, a Yale Junior who is a lieutenant in the Yale battery, on the prepared ness movement In the college, and an exhibition of plans for :t $90,000 armory, to be erected in New Haven by the alumni. More than 80 graduates will attend the dinner. The arrangements have been made by the executive com mittee of the alumni association, made up of Stanford T Crapo. Allan Sheldon, Burns Henry, Steuart Pitt man. J. Walter Dohany and Walter Ford. An improvised glee club, organ ized by Phelps Newberry. \ule. 714. w'll provide entertainment. FORD LEADIN6 IN NEBRASKA Bryan Handed Jolt, Early Pri mary Election Returns Indicate OMAHA. Neb.. April 19.—Scatter ed returns today from Nebraska’s state primaries yesterday indicated the rornhusking state has handed William Jennings Bryan, former sec retary of state, a Jolt In the shape of a ’turn-down’' of Bryan's entire slate, with the election of Bryan himself as delegate-at-large to the St. Ixiuls convention still In doubt. In the presidential preference race, Henry Ford, of Detroit, Is leading Benator A. B. Cummins, of lowa, with Justice Hughes third. President Wilson had no opposl tion In the Democratic primaries. CRICKETEERS TO HAVE REUNION Players of cricket' will welcome the announcement that the Detroit Cricket asroclatlon will hold a re union meeting at No. 170 Wood bifdge-at. east, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Officers of the association hope to see all last season players there, and a hearty invitation la ex tended to all lovers of the game in this city. Every should he present, for at this meet ing the teams will be arranged. How many new teams will he In the league th»s year has not been given out. but the Increase In membership Is very large. The season will open in a few weeks, and followers of the game should signify at an early date their Intention of playing. This will help the team and schedule committee# in their tasks. Added attractions this year are the Inter-City games and keen will be the competition for places on the teams that represent Detroit. Secretary Carpenter says “Bring your suggestions to thu meet ing and Boost Cricket!” YOU should have plans for your estate. You should write them into a will. You should name this Company, whose responsibility, Judgment and ex perience will insure the carrying out of these plans, to be the Ex ecutor under your will SECURITY TRUST COMPANY POUT eCRtSWOLO STREETS. DETROIT CAPITAL mi SURPLUS. SLSOO.OOO.OO City News tklwla Hlmpaoa will give aterraptl ris aMrrM os srahlblllM In (he Christian church, Waterloo-at. and Thursday evening Fri day evening hr will speak In thu letter Day Malnta church. Crane and Louis-avcs. Sr*. Frank Kyte, •( Ku. lio Twra tletk-st., received ward, Tuesday. that her brother. Jay Rich ley. of Flint, who had been In the United Ktatra army for several years, Waa killed in a recent battle with Mexicans. lie had re-enllatnd aluce the- raid on Culuinbua, N. M. The I'ailoM Cutter*’ aaaaclattau. of Detralt, will kear Albert Mattkcwa, of Chicago, president of the Nation al Association of Merchant Tail ors of America, at a dinner to be held in the D. A. C. Wednesday evening. Mr. Matthews comes to Detroit primarily as an organizer. Mare than 4SB uses marched aad counter-marched la Cadlllac-aq. on Tuesday night, when members of the business and professional men':, military corps, which has been drilling every Tuesday night for the past I*> weeks, came out of se clusion for a public exhibition Families and friends of the corps members watched the evolutions front automobiles which bordered the aides of the square Major Waldo was in ( barge of the drill, which will be the last of the year, though an encampment will he held later. Judge Henry A. Ilulhcrt. of the Juvenile cssrt, la one of (ho stanch supporters of the Itcscue Home for Girls and Women, for which a campaign to raise ftiO.OOO was Inaugurated today. He says: “The Institutions of the state are In adequate to care for the constantly Increasing number of dependent and unfortunate individuals In our midst, and private institutions, such as the Rescue home, are lend ing Invaluable assistance in the restoration of these people. At the Rescue home each girl Is treated according to her Individual needs, and the results during live years of my experience with the institu tion have been eminently satisfac tory." On the regular farm which applicants for the cure nr adoption »r chll ren in charge of the- Michigan t’hll dren’s Home society are obliged to fill out. uuc question concern# th«, objections. If any, of the mothers in-law of the couple desiring to take the child “It Is a curious fact that in nearly every case where th*re is a mother-in-law, especially the man's mother, there is decided opposition to the daughter-in-law adopting a child,“ said a member of the Detroit hoard of directors of the society “The man’s mother invariably will inis*- every possible objection, and usually will add cm. rihasls to these objections by (.-lu ng to ur office to protest The reason for this opposition we have never been able to fathom, hut put It down in a general way to a feeling of Jealousy.” --Detroit is going to hnvr a weird style show r.nster. ts the things which I saw women buying this week, on a visit to several of th — tot's. get on rheir backs and their heads." remarked « man whose business lakes him to the deport ment shop- • very da' "Ttecause of ih> pre r.a-ler rush. 1 have had to spend a lot of time waiting t>< tie i-eii upon whom I call, and I have had opportunity to study th» -hopper.-, and their pun bases. Relieve me. It's going to he some Faster parade' Hut what gets me is how otherwise sensible women fall for the stuff thnt's put up to 'em as the latest fashion The old. time comic valentine that we used to delight in sending to the mean teacher won't he in it for freak ishness when the average woman sails down the street In her Faster tags " I F ° R I When you lay a square of individual shingles you have 245 slots between the shingles. Each slot is a chance for a leak. Flex-A-Tile Diamond Point Slabs have no slots, therefore there are 425 , less chances for a leak. The under coverage on Diamond Point Slabs is identical with that of the individual shingles, i. e., 444 inches. In addition you have a roof much more attractive than one built with ordinary asphalt shingles. l • i THE PRICE TO YOU is about 20 % below other asphalt i shingles of equal quality, and in addi tion you save oh labor and nails. Ask to see samples of this attrac tive, money saving roofing, and get our prices. Unltep Fra. Pr«M Bldg. Cherry 3860 in Brief K. A. Dnatlu, nff the Asking 41 Dnntlu •tenner line, will anil fijn Van couver, B. (*., for Japan. Thursday. Mr. Dustin will return to Detroit about the middle of June. The presence In DetrnH •# an nnpre eedented number nf at ranger a and resident* who have recently come from other large cltlea in reflected In the brisk business done by the down-town news stands which sell out-of-town papers. Anew stand lies Just been established at the southwest corner of Grand Circus psrk by King Gaskell, who sold the first Issue of the Detroit Times, lie has papers from scores of cities. O. n. Dustin, general freUfkt and rsaeager agent nf the Aakley and istln steamer line, says that hundreds of automobiles af* being shipped from Detroit every week on the Frank E. Kirby. The Kirby has been loaded to capacity every trip to Sandusky, the autos being shipped to southern points from the Ohio city by rail. Because of the freight car shortage in De troit, Mr. Dustin says, the local auto manufacturers are shipping more autos by boat than ever be fore. The Detralt AsaaHatlna nf Wnnten’e tathollc Order nf Fere* tern was organized. Tuesday afternoon, In the Hotel f'adlUac, delegates rep resenting the nine courts of the city. This association has for its object the supervision of the gen eral Interests of the order in this city. Officers elected were: The Rev. William D. Henlgan. chaplain: Mrs. Margaret McMahon. chief ranger: Mrs Julius Koff. vice-chief ranger: Mr*. Anna O'Reilly, record ing secretary; Mrs. Rose Galvin, financial secretary: Mra. Alice O'Grady, treasurer; Mrs. Mary Cos grove and Mrs. Dopke, conductors. A large class will be initiated in the fall. “Me Villi be clad la send far and distribute flutters frnnt nnetnl faac tlona and funerals," says Mrs. Wil liam A. McCraw, president of the Petfolt branch of the National I'lant. Flower and Fruit guild, which will hold a May day card and flower party. Monday. May 1. In the Hotel Pont* hsrtrnln ball room. “It Is part of the gulld'a ac tivities to distribute flowers, fruits and vegetables, collected from In terested friends, to hospitals, the sick poor and the needy. Very often people do not know what to do with the flowers used at big ao rtal affairs, and frequently the presence In the home of funeral flowers used Is a source of grief and distress.” Burned When Acid Exploded. •Ernest Bibler, 16 years old. of No. 119 Lafayette-blvd., an employe of the Barney Nehls Plating works, at No. 248 Brush-st., was cut abou' the fare and neck and his clothing was slightly burned, at 6:40 o’clock. Wednesday morning, when a small quantity of plating acid exploded in the rear of the plant. He was taken to the city receiving hospital in a police ambulance. A small lire resulted from the explosion, but was extinguished in a few mlmUes by the fire department. The Are was tiie fourth small blaze in the plant within the past three months, the police say. Children Cry TOR FLETtytCR’i C ASTORIA DETROIT TIMES* I Am Your Enemy! and It’s Your Fault That I Am From the very beginning, I have tried my level best to give you a square deal. I have worked in my own modest way to do the work that you expected me to do. ' ■ I have probably done as much for your welfare as anything you possess—l have worked almost as much as YOU have. And worked all the time for YOUI -■ But now lam your enemy! T l — 4 '**.** f- After all that I have done, you are not giving me a show to make good any longer. You have deliberately neglected me—you haven't done as much for me in the last year as I have done for you in a single hour! You COULD have gone to the Peerless Dentists at 242 Woodward avenue— or to the downtown office at 69 Woodward— and 1 might have been fixed up per manently so that I could have carried out the work that means your health, good mastication of food, good digestion. _ . But it’s too late now. lam going to get even. ; I am that tooth that’s going to ache some night. r (Copyright. ISIS—H. F. Hlamm) serving the day * They j>Krt*the finish- ■ Let us show you some of the new styles which we have just received. They are the last word in attractive Spring modes—novel, but well within the confines In Schmidt Palace- Model Laundry - - - Not Just Washed but Thoroughly Cleansed That’s what Palace-Model service means to you. This laundry con trols in Detroit the only laundry method in existence that can guarantee absolutely clean and sanitary laundering. Txz- j&g/ZFwesEss Guarantees Sterilization Deodorization 25% Longer Wear Convenient Branches GRAND 5680. Free Trip to Flint, Michigan -11 ' J Vi' You have heard and read a lot 1 • about the great opportunities open jf to ambitious men and women hi . j FLINT, MICHIGAN. < % Here’s a chance to visit .the “Ve- 'M hide City” as our guest and see it * i for yourself at our expense. We extend to you a cordial invi--T.j tation to ride to Flint in our special *'•* car X Saturday or Sunday - " When we arrive in Flint you win be served * with refreshments, after which we will take ~ * you on a tour of the city in one of our motor * cars. We will also visit and inspect Boulevard; Heights ' our high-grade restricted subdivision, which / derives its name from the fact that it it tie- / vated high above the city and will be improved , 4 with wide boulevards, parks, shade trees, shrub bery, cement sidewalks, cinderized roadways, sewers, water and electricity. . 1 Ideal Location /' $ Boulevard Heights is ideally situated OB jL North Saginaw street (the Woodward avenue V of Flint at the north end of the city. The 9 city is growing in a northerly direction, to f- Boulevard Heights is right in the path of prog ress. It is near the Buick plant, but at the -'** same time just far enough away to be free w t from smoke and noise. Saturday will be the opening day 4 of our sale on this beautiful prop- f erty. A You will enjoy the trip to Flint, and after J seeing what you will see you will return to J Detroit delighted and at the same time con- 7 vinced that it is not necessary to invest money / far out of the city away from the car line A when such splendid opportunities for safe in- m vestment exist in Flint. » JPj The street ear from Detroit will stop at Boa- * levard Heights, thus convincing you of the fact IT that the property is served with a street car line. Write or telephone (Cherry 113) for a reserved seat ticket on our ~ Special Car. State whether you de- - sire to go Saturday or Sunday. • ■ The National Land & Construction Cos. Suite 906 Free Presa Building Detroit, Midi. PAGE 3