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fflO T “r SSI fffeTAGE ml ■ lUeognisM today aa one of the fllm finds of the year Beanie I -me, r mho 1a appearing on the screen with _i Douflai Fairbanks in “The Good Pa 1 W Maa M la the Majestic theater, this week, was a high school fir! in Los Jtofeles It months ago. She la not pet 17 years old. Everyone in Los * Angeles has some connection direct or Indirect with the fllm industry. School girls wish to emulate Lillian t Olsh and Mabel Normand and some of them do. Berate Love is one of them Bessie, Just as school closed, ptarted to make the rounds of the ftlctore companies and In the throng which ga;hrr* each morning In th« employment booth she wa* selected on her first visit. But Bessie didn’t become a star all at once. A small part now and then gave hes a chance to observe. Then she waa assigned to the part of a servant in "The Fly ing Torpedo.'* She tried to ni*k«* something of It and when D. W. Orient h happened along he gave her aome Individual direction. Fefore the part was finished b»r rcle was second in importance to that of the i •tar. She has been doing “leads ' ever since. r The Three Keatons, Including "Buster" Keaton, will top a bill in ( which comedy and musi< <1 number* predominate In the Orpheum nen R wack The Keatons comprise one .. of the roost laughable trios to vaude- j i Vlllc. They have anew musical coni- j ; edy aklt In which they Introduce I [ comedy acrobatics of more then I ordinary skill. The only serious ef fort on the program will be “The Fighter and the Poes.” a strong dramatic playlet by Roland West, In • which Charles H. Smith la the prin- ( ■ gipai player. It Is a drama that deals with state politics. Countess • Fcechy, a real Gypsy, and her hus- ' band. will offer musical selections on the cimbalon. Jones and Johnson mnsical entertainers. Grace Hazard. ’ w flve feet of com‘e opvra," and lionise Bauer and Pauline Saunders. . |p a repertoire of popular songs, are \W" act*. There will be feature dime, changed daily, before ami aft- ; Or the vaudeville, and a dancing con teat for local amateurs, Friday! William 8. Hart, with Margerv Wilson, Robert McKlm and an excel ftaot supporting coat In * The Primal I jan." la the feature of next week's j gltmv program In the Majestic. 1M drama has been taken from the | Bovel of the tame name tv Vingie S. Roe and the ecenes are staged ; at a Hudson Bay trading camp The dory concern* the Scotch “factor” who accuse* bis rweetheart of theft and. In turn, ta driven from th*- ’ camp. He returns in time to save the : raaldents of the poet from extermina tion by Indiana and a reconciliation i Jbotwecn the lovers follows. Spcctac Jbla t storm and snow scenes and a .Agfat between Hart and an Indian koneath the water cf a mountain atream are graphically pictured. The fourth installment of “Gloria’* Ro aance,** with Blllia Burke and Hen- Ts Kotter, entitled "The Social Yor te*," la scheduled aa well as a Muir and Jeff comedy, a travelogue and the topical review. Henry Santrev j will provide new song selections and there will ho orchestra and organ : number*. Bn _______ 0. H. O'Donnell, who is offering Ma own dramatic sketch, “Flashlight Cragtn. w in the Orpheum theater . this week, was formerly a New York % newspaper reporter. He la al«o the ; author of “Arbitrating Lit,’’ ”Z«»!a.’ had “The Devil, ihe Servant and the fTlftl “ all of which have been seen On the local vaudeville stage. Mr. O'Donnell has given much study | to the source of crime and bis L sketches are based on personal ob ® nervation. “While I blame the sa p loon* for the downfall of many young men In ‘Flashlight Cragin.’ I * lually think the pool rooms are Just as responsible for crime," he says. R "Boys loaf away the bourt In pool j rooms because they are not allowed in aalocns. And it is in the pool ' rooms that they become dope fiends p and so are In a frame of mind which permits them to do things they know •to be wrong. The dope flend. to mj mind, la more dangerous than the I alcoholic." fy Carl Mason, a young author, Is ye S»M to have written a genuine nnys h torjr play that would do credit to rs. Anna Katherine Green, in “The oth tr Wife" which will be offered in *V the Garrick, next week, ns the fare well offering of the Glaser company. The story opens In the home of Rob ert Hevington, who has become » • successful lawyer and h hspp> with hie wife and daughter. But there f arises a skeleton of the past—a wife |f whom he married In boyhood and who dererted him. Site ha.< Inborn** . u thief and crook and re«'k* him out to demand his name and home. F After carefully tnink'ng th<* matter If over he goes out to meet the- woman She I* killed. Berington decided to go away, not only because of the 4' jhrlme, hut to separate his daughter •ad her sweetheart, whon* he be- to be his aon by hi* foimer *“'<UrJfe Ju*l a* he Is altowt to leave MiAtteric a (or Europe he lc »rr»* a man JHhtt been convictod of the < nm« and ajhpun hie course of action the -ui> gequeui tlirill* in the play d')<nd Olaser will play the re I* of ,« Rrrtngton. >. Raturday aftrrnr-nn Mnjbetlc theater msr.agrnit-ut h;t arranged (or • eerie* of perform tthtieeu daatflOd flSperiali) lor rim *» The apeclel Aim* loi ih. Im Win start promptly at : orim s Im ew Kti»r» anqe. There will be fun and comedy pictures. Including a Mutt an.l Jeff cartoon, a travel fllm and views of. current events. Henry Sant re.' will sing special song numbers .'ll the regular fllm featutes will be shown for the grown ups as well STEALS POLICEMAN FROM AUTO CAR I.AFAYETTE. Ind . June 9—A policeman In good working order here is worth f.’ 50. that and noth ing more. In fact, they ntne so close to being a gratuity that t< steal one and be caught means on!' the facing of a petit larceny charge Party De Vault was arraigned be fore Judge Prnss the other day for the abduction of a train..' policeman The affidavit against him read in I part as follows “Party IV Vault j did then and there feloniously tak> and steal & policeman ’he property of A1 Me vers, then and there being of the value off 2.5 b ” pe Vault was flned 15 and cost snd sentenced to six months at the state penal farm The ••policeman’ he «tole was ar, automobile decora tlon. The Father—l’m shocked to hear you talk back to vo :r mother that way. Vou never hear me do l*. The Kid—Cour>e not you re mar ried to her You Furnish the Girl—We Furnish the Home! Three Examples of DI \!*»nv Hurvjain* jo >.:Jxi<».6 Brussels. THEY are richly co lored and designed; suitable for an' \ | (| C room and wear splendidly; |l* I II values — It Gath. Sec W**klv. 6x9 ft. Axminsters. YOU will be charmed w.th the beaut' \ 1 AJ elegance and service they -re I M unsurpassed at * t; Cash; 5 W»*kly 9\12 ft. VVitton \ rivets. Thksk ruga gl woven. luxurious!' e-d > Q and richly patterned value*. till Saturday— v w ft ‘ MASSIVE f.irw \RV T MJLES 11 Cash 50c HERE Is a table that any home might well be proud of. It is built of solid oak in the popular Jacobean finish and design. The top meas ures 2<> by 42 Inches and has a full > Q Ff •>iz»-d drawer. Worth 111 v tomorrow S/?% Tl TJ Ts If T| 1 ummerrieldinecnt |||||||||||||||||l]| 90-96 Michigan Ave.- 22u™ l mJ^ e u, w. |||||||||l!llllll 9 miiSSB Sit dnwr and s‘., t rc that 'iv*- sea in the fare Answer it 8K9988 Set a definite amount to be saved each week. Bring it in. Deposit it—lt may mean the difference between success and i.tlure. Don’t wait. Safety Deposit Boses, $4 Per Annum nttssfrn orrursi M-l » r, l Ave IS s Grand Rlvsr At. *:♦ Jr* "• ill 'Voodwerd Avs tv. Gratiot A> • 4,1 g chliui An MME SAVINGS IBANK Fort and Onswold Streets Resources More Than $27,000,000 PLANT HOUSES ARMY OF ANTS Preserve Tree From Attacks of the Leaf Tutting Insects One of *he lifficultiea encountered by * hose w ho cult hate plants in the i tropics ati'- s from the depredation* lof leaf-cutting .in'- These little j creatures march in armies thou <ar.d> strong ami on coming to a • ’an. that them, they ascend it an>l spread to every leaf Each ant th*n snips off with his sharp Jaw« a piece of leaf bigger than bimseif. and. swinging it over his b.ad :'ins a procesaion of hla fel >w- m .<riy lad.-n and bound for tb* nest. New ones appear to take •heir ; laces, and in a short time rot a leaf remains. There is one species of plant that employs a ■bodyguard" to protect itself against thc-e invader* This is a species of acacia, known a* the hull * horn thorn tree.” na tive to Nicaragua. This name is c’\‘ n it by reason of a pair of horn like thorns situated at the base of each compound leaf All but the youngest thorns are found to be hoi- Summerfield & Hecht DETROIT TIMES lowed and inhabited by colonies of ants These are smaller than the ir-af cutters, but better fighters, and fiercely resist any encroachments on their domains They are capa ble of inflicting a severe sting, so that e%en the higher animals give them s wide berth As fast as the thorns become large enough for occupancy the ants bore into one of a pair and proceed to hollow it out by eating the sweet ish pulp within, leaving the har dened wall. They bore through the parftion that separates the thorn* at the ha-e and so continue the cav ity into the other thorn In this way one entrance is made to an swer for both rooms of their house Once ♦*stabli*hed in their new quar ters, they raise their young and make it their home. It may be seen that It Is of great Importance to the plant to have Its little warriors always on guard, and to this end it supplies them so com pletely with attractive food and drink that r he ants have no desire to leave the plant. On each leaf stalk a little way from the baae there Is a good-sixed gland that se cretes abundantly a sweet liquid in which the ants delight. One or more of the ants are alwajrs to be seen near the gland, either sucking the nectar or waiting for more to appear. But the ants cannot, of course. Extra Special! Rockers Exactly as illustrated —i SB B I N l, THESE very attractive are fashioned in the popular l« Charles 11. Period style, with ( » "^8 frames of solid fumed oak. The N yg backs have an inlay of cane and V"” the seats are upholstered In Drown Morroccoline. Worth sls; 1 ; on sale at fT $1 Cash; 50c Weekly. tpr @ Means Ice Economy "pHE vacuum wall construction of I Grand Rapids refrigerator* cts the ice melt very slowly, and •eps the food pure snd whote ome. Sues and styles to meet ail need*, ranging in price from -3.98 to *88.50 All Sold on Easy Term*. Furniture Makes Ideal Presents for June Brides EVERY bride appreciates furniture as a wedding gift. It is al ways in good taste as well as being practical. We will gladly help you make a suitable selection. GEM INE LMFOLD BED DAVENPORTS oy a single motion. £rw rx wv r* Unifold Davenports take the g place of extra bedroom*. $3 Cash; 75c Weekly. -ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES—IT PAYS— -4 I II ii i as— i mi i -v Silk-Lined Suits for $ | O Men and Young Men J[ Q Bii To feature a silk lined suit, made in beautiful, all worsted materials, lined with the best of silks, under the existing conditions is nothing short of mar lWHw V] S velous. The silk lined suits we are AMW y now showing display all the develop 'tfflgftMri ments in tailor work and exclusive weaves; come in gray, blue, green, checks, stripes, basket weaves; lar#- est assortment of silk lined suits ever displayed in any one store in Detroit at SIB.OO nifr s l-00 Per Week ft |lLn We Gladly Extend Credit 1 HIZ Simply pay SI.OO per week. I jlli • QATEirs lL mk 73 and 75 • MICHIGAN AVE. »üb*t»t entirely on *wa#t*. The plant al«»o provide* •ollti. nutrinou' food in the nhape of pear-formed bodie*. which arc produced at the ntrfßtltifii of certain leaflets, lit such a position that to get at them the ants must travel over a conaid •Table portion of the leaf The food bodle* npen a few at a time, and thna keep the ants going over the leaf pretty much all the while When these food bodies are ready to pick they are of n rich golden color atul filled with material hke the meat of a nut. Upon finding one in this condition an ant bttra through Us slender point of attachment and bears it in triumph to the nest. FIND GOLD IN STREETS OF TOWN HELENA. Mont. June 9—From ground washed up by a burst water main in the husineas district of Helena the other day two gold nug gets worth *25 tpiece were picked up The find caused much excite ment among old prospectors, who mined the principal atreets In Hel ena when It was one of tbe richest placer gulohe* In history The American hen produced dur ing the last census year nearly 20.- ©OO.OOO 000 egg*, and the product has been increasing since that time. Turns Hides Into Jags. KEYSTONE. Kan June 9. Pul tilling his vow of early In the win ter that he would spend the money received from the sale of hide* of cattle that died on hi* ranch ‘for whisky, a big ranchman living near here recently ordered a barrel of liquor. An application made In behalf of State Controller Travis to have l*a men V Hart ness, who left an estate of an estimated value of more than >100.000.000. declared a resident of the stale of New York ai the time of hU deatji will come up for hear Ing today before Surrogate Cohalan, In New York city H FRIEDBERGS > ■ I 212 Griswold St. I I “Your Money Refunded if You Gan Buy Cheaper for Cash’' I I p ' —r i r i > l p For the “Engagement'* 13 For the Graduate I 3 For the Birthday I B Friedberg’s Select Diamonds I H Make Ideai G fts! I • f ' r \ Jk/fY SELECTION of Diamonds for gift purposes is most I jl% *** complete and I personally invite your inspection. I Jvj Whether it is your intention to buy or simply to “just ■ g look,” I would like to have you see the marvelous collec- I Kj tion at prices ranging from— H I *25, *SO, *75 a | tjj FRIEDBERG S PERFECTED CREDIT SERVICE TAKES CARE OF THE PAYING! E Great Bargain Day Here Tomorrow Choose ‘White or Gold "-T A Rich Design fj IU-fl A massive two-inch continuous poet bed ’ fv —this identic*) design In either gold . t finish or white enameled. Frnme Is of 'V«V|W —“*r~- staunch steel tubing which assure* great y \ ,‘Jt T • t.l length of service. This 1* one of a hoet 14 p-r—f' ~ B of beautiful metal beds ( • j i\ f Jf' 9 B all specially priced for #' * ! 1 Jv* 'TV -"4 B Saturday. Style in pic- •-—: J<j ?. 3 IPI ture Is a great bargain . N at this one da/ pnee 7, T Ttf fl 55.25 “Antiseptic” Heaps o( Room Refrigerators carries the largest r f 1 I 1 A most practical piece of l)Cd stock of refrigerators » +0 * ' / - * 1 room fumiture is this chiff- . I°. 111; / X ‘lf robe. Built of solid oak Is a great range in i m'l throughout and finished in a style, hii of which ass j w _.J_ '>* rich golden. Roomy ward ford a btg saving, side ' '7l'l rol>e and chiffonier combined, leer ‘•Antiseptic’* shown '53 , ■ rd» a rripat vhliip for in picture is priced at ft fit £f l p f N H,U * rZ m I T -HH Saturday C\F* *lO-94 *l9-25 IV/ l ZZ |7 fffl .... A%,= — SI.OO Cash; SOc a Week f If ** oo Caah ‘ ba,anc * * aa * Mode's Outfitting Cos. 4 4 — 46iefi /<?dn Jive. Corner of Sfiefbi/ Street. WORLD’S LARGEST COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHERS. ALL THK NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT in type that's easy to read in what you find in THK DETROIT TLMLS. Phone Main 4520 "SALMA" GREEN TEA ‘ “ Is composed of fresh young leaves, properly prepared so as to yield the fuli flavour of the green leaf. Salada was the pioneer of uncolored Green Teas. Sealed packets 60c.&70c. a lb. 2'/toz. trial packets 12c. FRIDAY. JUNE 9. 191«.