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Vanish Princess May Wed Prince Os Wales; She’s War Nurse Now Princess Margaret, whose engagement to the heir to the British throne to te be announced aeon. IdUNUUN. Mmjr 12—Announcement or tlub engagement of the Princess Margaret, of Denmark, to the Prince of Wales la expected noon. The princess, although only 20. Is par ticularly gifted. She has earned a degree of doctor of philosophy. In all war-torn Europe, the Prtn cans Margaret was deemed the only PATE OF THE CHILDREN WORST OF WAR’S HORRORS ■r MARY BOYLE O'REILLY. LONDON. Bar. M*y 12 —Of all the world's children the most fortu nate arp the happy, care-free chil dren of Ame rice. From the White tea ta the Black, from -the plaids of Polahd to the English channel chil dren hare watched the battles of this war with fear and shrinking, or have wandered homeless. In tears and entering. Orphaned and desolate children, <m (fide' and too weak to speak for them*#tree, hare died by thou sands. killed hy hunger and cold and war. Will the war spoil the kiddles? All ©war Europe, play Is all of ene mtos, hatred and crude brutality. In Germany the schools are the •apply department of the army. The ehlMren arc compelled by lew ta eadf go physical training of aeml milttary character. Said Oen. von Weeks, addressing 11,000 Berlin boy sonata: "You are reserved for the tefenee of tho capital. The moment may eotae whan the vary existence af the country may depend upon you and lads of your agh." The youth of France has been called to the colors. "We should be gallty," urged the minister for war to the chamber. "If we did not pre pare and drill these soldiers of to morrow who may be called upon to ■Batch tho final victory." In England, non-military, compul sory service for boys Is Imminent. In the event of s long war the lade who are now 14 must presently be recruits. No time la to be lost In orgsnjxinr a system of military training In the schools so that they may be ready for what fate le in store. Aa Imperial ukase calls up Rus sia’s new conscripts a year before their time France’s Ik-ycsr-old recruits have left school or werk for training, slips of lads, hard to (It with uniforms, but hirh spirited and burning to tight for Fraoa'- la Pin, -ala every >outh of 17 has ;*een al-e:«dy summoned, and school boya of HI yninpelled to commence military drill. Armies, are not made up of hu man riff-raff, th« Incurably Invalid, BALLOTING ON BISHOPS WILL BEGIN^SATURDAY SARATOGA, N. Y., May 11—Bel lot mg for bichops of tlir Methodist church wllh probably begin Hntur day, arcotdlug to art ton taken by fraerel conference, which Thursday directed that the Eplncopecy report on that day the number of bishop* It hen decided ahall be elected. It la reported the number will bo either flea or all. The nilea for the election adopted require that after the election of Uetdpo. missionary blahopa. pub Itching agent*, correapondlng aeere tirlea and church editors ahall be chwae. \ Soldier* Wives Want Allowance. SARNIA. Onu May lS.~Wlvee of soldiers it the front hove organixed to dretilnte petitions asking the dt> council to restore thoir monthly ai lowanco to ffO. The allowance wua out to |li recently hec.iuae of abort • iff if fundi. girl left, eligible to become the flan cce of the heir to the British throne. She Is the only daughter of Prince Waldemar, of Denmark, who once mused to become king of Bulgaria. She la a niece of Queen Alexandra, of England. Princess Margaret has been serv ing as a war nurse In the British hospital at Harrogate. the setr i-crimioal. or the feeble minded but rather of Ihe very »ife blood of a people. The oi-ler the army. Ihe less its cost to the nation. A boy can stop % bullet ns well as a man —as Bis marck said—but youth has less re sistance, less endurance, and a 'arger claim on the future. Only r it ions In direst need draft their coming nen. For the next 30 years there will be fewer young men In Europe than ever before. Already the drain has begun, and this Is one of the unexpected and hideous results of the war. For there Is nothin* In war quite so ter rible as the tragedy of the boy who Is forced to become a soldier. A'l Europe knows that in all the world today no children have such opportunities for health and happi ness as those of America. Yes, We Really Mean We’ll Give You a $ 3.00 Aluminum Teakettle FREE If You Order a Citigas Garland “Special” Range This Week This is National Gas Range,Week—and we’re making this offer to induce women , who have been putting off getting a range to place their orders this week. “But I don't want a Range for several weeks yet," said one lady yesterday on our salesfloor. “If you place your order now and have the range delivered in thirty days, we will give you the teakettle," she was told. She has the teakettle—and the range wig be delivered later. Order Your "Special” NOW If you don’t wish to come downtown, just 'phone us and let us send a “Special" on Free Over Night Trial. Then decide after using it. If you decide to keep it, you’ll get the $3 teakettle as a present. Pay for the range on easy terms—ss down, $8 a month with gas bills. S3B; $2 less for cash. GARAGE MAN ELECTROCUTED Spencer S. Thorpe Is Victim of Live Wire Which Falk From Pole. Severely burned by a highly charg ed wire that tell from a public com mission pole on !jarned-et., between RJvmrd and Russell-ate., at 1:30 o’clock, Thursday afternoon, Spencer S. Thorpe. N years old, of No. 121 Bakerst., died as he was being car ried Into St. Mary's hospital by the police a few minutes later. Thorpe was standing in front of his garage on Larned-st. and was directing traffic In and out of the building. The wire, in falling, struck him, several thousand volte passing through the body. He Yell to the pavement. The police rushed him to the hospital They are conducting an Investigation. Thorpe is survived by hie widow. MARY PICKFORD MAY COME HERE FOR ACTORS’ BALL W!th sll »hc boxes sold and more than l/'OO tickets already disposed of. officers of the Detroit Screen club beM*vo that Arcadia will be crowded to the doors at the first an nual ball of this organisation, next Monday nltht, the receipts of which will go to the Actors* fund. The World. (’aiaraount, Metro, Fox. Ca sino, Mujestic, Universal, General. Mutual aid other dim corporations have taken from one to two boxes, and the others will be given to Mayor Marx aud other invited guosts. Between 20 and 30 of the leading sereen stars are expected here on Monday morning During the day ♦hey will visit various automobile plants end local theaters, and In ♦he evening, all will participate In the bal festivities The stars will bold Individual receptions, will ap pear In the grand march, sched uled for I*. o’clock, and will be In ♦roduced individually to those who attend. John H. Kunsky left for New York, Wednesday afternoon, to in sure th" appearance of those who have agreed to come, and George W\ Wet ka and Harry I. ('arson 'cave tonight. on the same mission. !n addi’.on to those previously an nounce 1, it ir. hoped to obtain Mary Plekford. Anita Stewart and Earle William!. InvitaUons have been extended to the menbers of the Drama league who participate ir. the Shakesperian .jrogran a: the Garden theater, nert Monday night, to attend the hall as quests of the club. Vaughan Glaser and Fay Courteney, of the Garrick theater forces; Roy Walling and Mrr Walling, of the Lyceum stock company, and the headliners from tb; Temple, Orpheum and Miles t' eaters also have been in vited. DETROIT CITY GAS COMPANY Nurses Haze Hospital Girl in Ku Klux Style Mies Lee wa» itttekM by mirees wearing masks, hospital officials were told. ' CHICAGO. Mar 12. —When Mias Edith I.ee. a nurse in St. Luke's hoe pltal. reported a sister-nurse for giving a patient cough drops, against hospital rules, other nurses formed n sort of Ku-Klux Klan movement and hexed her so thor oughly tho hospital authorities are Investigating. As M<sa |/ee passed through a corridor In the hospital, It is charged she was seised by a dozen other nurses whe wore blacjp masks. Miss l.ce was trust Into a closet, the officials were told and thraahed. The harers had partially disrobed her with the Intention of ducking her into rt bath tub filled with cold water when the victim’s screams brought the night superintendent to ?he rescue. Used fdt Vi Century. Caution ». * 4Cf XC.WIX.U.».A« ■ 1 MM VAAl|V|| ecial” DETROIT TIMES IKj>fs\^Po ,--^v" ;V-' r: ;ft'^W Zy X vVy I ML VI |L \ HA » \' A? W\Jr//i i Vl^ ■ • %#/1/ / / i Mdect Ifotweffl! Get the Round Package * Aak For and GET S A *3 Aluminum Teakettle Guaranteed for 20 Years .You’ll agroo whon you’vo examined thle teakettle that we'rf conservative when we eay It’e a three dollar value—li-gauge aluminum—well Snlshed ■ wooden handles. Thle teakettle la net .a ’’second” and It'e guaranteed for 20 years’ service. Every woman knows the advantage* of aluminum wart—why net order that “Special” new and get thle teakettle free? Main 3500 Range Department The bazers scuttled away and when the frightened nuree told of her experience, the hospital authori ties could find no trace of black marks or the “vigilantes." 186 Sioux To Be Citizens. WASHINGTON, May 12.—T0 con fer citizenship on 186 Sioux Indians, Secretary of the Interior Lane and a party were on their way to Yank ton. S. I). Thursday. A brand new ceremonial, in which the Indian ap plicant shoots his, last arrow and takes up the handle of the plow, will be used. On the whole, the climate of Ger many Is temperate, and. considering the extent of the empire, remarkably i inform in all its parts. HORUCK’S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Made from clean, rich milk with the ex tract of select malted grain, malted in our own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions. WesfJ and children thrive on it. Agree* with the weakest stomach of the invalid or the aged. Needs no cooking nor addition of n.ilk. Nourishes and sustains more than tsa, coffee, etc. Should be kept at home or when traveling. A nu tritioua food-drink may be prepared in a moment. A glassful hot before retiring induces refreshing sleep. Abo in lunch tablet form for business ansa. Substitutes Cost YOU Sam* Fries Take n Panka&o Home , SUPPOSED SPY SHOT LEAVING U. S. SUBMARINE PORTSMOUTH. N. H., May IJ. A supposed spy, who leaped Into the river at the navy yard Thursday, when discovered by a guard, was shot, and sank from sight. Navy iqSi are dragging for his body. officials at toe yard believe that an attempt was made to damage the United States submarine L-8, or at Reduced Prices on Smart Tailored and Silk Suits We are showing some very charming models tailored on severe mannish lines with the slight ly longer coats now in vogue. The skirts are in very simple flaring effects. Bright, broad stripes, combinations of two materials or of contrasting colors, are the domi nating notes in Sports Suits. We are showing some very handsome patterns at unusually low prices. Silk Suits, too, are here in a variety of dashing fashions. Correct Fashiont, First Now that you have seen out handsome building and tremen4 dous new stock — Now that you realize the won derful facilities we offer you— i Let’s get down to business — 1 Designed Elegantly, Yet Usefulness anq; Comfort Are Predominant— ! Three handsome pieces perfectly matched as you see above. The davenfold becomes 4 splendid bed at night, a very neat piece of furniture. The rocker is strongly built; M; wise the chair is constructed for comfort plus service. You dh /a may choose either a golden oak or mahogany finish, uphol stored in high-grade imitation leather, either black or brown Spanish. The price of the complete suite is I Pay $3.50 Cash, Balance Easy, for the Entire Suite fyonfes Outfitting CM 44 BBaHESBBSSWONLO'S LAHOIST COMFLITt HOMgruftmeMifiSumßHHHMMHll least to obtain information oomife* log It. Guardsmen May Enter Waal rail LANSING, Mich., May 12.—00 r. Kerri* has received a telegram from the war department that under the terms of a bill passed by congraaa on May 4, Michigan was entitled to appoint three members of the Na tional Guard to take the competitive examination for admission to the West Point military academy. Co* Dainty Bloases Many of these grace ful designs are exclusive all have an appeal ing beauty. Smart Womens and Misses Wear 250-254 Woodward Are. didaiaa mast ha lilmgjjV it me St. moat he in tk. |Wi m* ■ ** 11 adopt compulsory aoeideat, etelnaae, lipSBHB employment. ■I- ..*» Ifc ,nwii.iS*ii The kiagdom of Pima ffH mart than twioa aa mating ciUaa aa al of tba other IB stataa together. 'gm Fascinating Millinery —Reduced in price . You will be gratefully sur prised to find how low these beautiful crear tions are priced. PAGE 7 Bolivia Coats— A Complete Assortment All of tha popular shades sad colors and all of tha ap proved modes la this favored mater ial are shown ta our Coat Section. Courteous* Attentive h/UtQipfOpif