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wm m mm need rnrtlrr*1 — whatever rw u4 vigor ran be tin ntrvM must reach iHi'ttfiml tki blood. Dr. Wtl MmSf PUN PIIU are a nervine HKpiat they act on the nerve* BflKNMgh the blood, enabling the carry to the nervea the ele PWMg liCdci to build them up aclatica, airk headache HpP a muaber of more eevere nerv PSmtgOablee are properly treated by rfßfrlTig «p tbe blood with Dr. Wil Pill* and are often en apbiiv corrected In this way. are nervous you ran help XjUnglf by refusing to worry, by gfCfitac groper reat, sleep and va< a Kby avoiding excesses and by fgfiGf out-of-door exercise For taka Dr. Williams’ Pink aon-alcoholic tonic. i from nervous disorders Kfefeo bava been taking treatment Pbrttbcwt benefit should Investigate RmT tattle method. Write today to |K Dr. Williams Medicine Cos. rtlbmir J i N. Y . for tbe booklet. ipbaiMa of the Nervous System." IBEeHI be sent free on request fTrigr own druggist sells Dr. Wil Mjmtf Ftek Pills or they will be sent | Hi mall on receipt of price, GO cents Ahgr bos, ill boxes for $2.50. — Adv. I Driver ot Police I Towing Car Must I Bea Diplomat, Too k ; Tblinlmsn James Mitchell, who ■y ggatgaed to drive the police an- PlpmobUe which tows machines away flre hydrants and other re- KMrieUd places, his discovered that flEg position requires other qualitv KbgHoaa besides those of driver, be was called to tow Ipaat an alectric coupe from a place magmr tbe Detroit opera house. Com HmHnbly seated on one of the cush Kwhs was a small lap dog, w ith long B' bglr and a abort voice. ■ipHi opened the door of the car jHSfcfc after petting the dog a while. Kg* friends with it and towed the K| away. Shortly afterwards he to tow a huge gasoline |ji|Naa4ater away and encountered a Dpmton ball dog with a set of teeth Kimlaaf as his pedigree. Pftpfrw * flve-mlnute "Interview.’ pIiMS proved entertaining to the .that gathered around. Mitch IHpignfc his place at the steering HEmml MS the dog was on his lap. r ■—■ ■— A model civil service law designed Hpp adoption In all the states is to ijjljbtfSgagMersd at the annual conven- W es the National Assembly of fgfrtl Service Commissions, to begin dny at Ottawa, Oat. r ftp?' - |.g%bt wedding of Mtm Eleanor Taft. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert w. pK/to OovaM Whitman, son of Mr. p| Mm. Clarence Whitman, of New of the bride’s parents in ■SMSoaee, H. J. PESTS. i innnHiiiiiiirriTTfimr’ aJWMjawHoom-iM* | Mlipill.. W—«■—*■ ■ I i mmm OM>TN/ ... 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Theae and other special features mak* the “Pianola” so vastly different from the •tdinsry Player-Piano that it is the only one indorsed by the greatest musical authorities! \ "Pianola*”—Stein may, Stroud, Wheelock, pwk and Weber—can be purchased in Michi „ can ONLY of us. See them, and learn fully : Ww much more of musical proficiency and maaanrt is yours through the “Pianola" than any other Player-Piano. * j, Mms. ‘■..fj 24 Stores. L Mlilfartfa, 243-247 Woodward Ave. THEATERS Marguerite Clark, whose winsome ness and ability as an actress have given her an established position In tbe screen world, comes to the Washington theater next week In a photo-romance entitled ‘‘Silks and Satins.” The play Is unusual, open ing In the present and reverting to the Napoleonic era as the story of the romance of the great-great grandmother of the little bride-to be is related to her through the pages of an ancient diary, and fur nlshes her with the solution of her own grave problems. The plctur* Is a delightful blending of present and past, In which Mias Clark Is said to play the diminutive heroine in keeping with her highest stand ard. Prominent In her support are j Vernon S*ee] and Thomas Holdtn* The regular Washington film and musical feature* will complete the, bill. After a highly successful engage ment In this city of 11 weeks, the Griffith spectacle of the screen. "The Birth of a Nation" will close its engagement In the Detroit opera house, with the Saturday night per formance. From a purely dramatic standpoint. "The Birth of a Na tion" would be a masterpiece of art were there no other fusion of val ues. for pathoa la quietly touched with comedy, and the tender ro mances soften the bitterness of his tory. The company of principals whose live* are most closely touched by the tragedy of war and by the after-glow of a ateadfast love, sre some of the best known folk in fllmdom. Buster Keaton, one of the Three Keatons in the Orpheum theater this week, is the original "Buster’’ of the amusement world, and the courts have decided so. Some years ago. R. F. Outcalt, tbe cartoonist, who created "Buster Brown” didn't think so. and started Injunction pro ceedings, but the Keatons won out on the title, for young Keaton was advertised as "Buster" Keaton near ly two years before the first cartoon was drawn. It all came about when he fell down a flight of stairs at the age of three months. “That’s some buster.” said a friend of the fath er’s. "I guess he must be.” replied the fsther when the baby didn’t cry, "and that’s his name.” The Keatons might be called a Michigan family for they have a summer home in Muskegon where they have lived for nine years. This Is the last week of their season, and Monday morning they will motor to Muske gon. "Jingles," another son. ar- rived in Detroit. Tuesday morning from school In Kalamazoo, and a daughter. the Unit member ot the family, is eagerly awaiting then arrival at l*ke Michigan park where their home is located and where she goes to school. Th-* Keatons have a history that goes back to the time when the father was an Oklahoma cowboy and the mother a school teacher. They Jus* drifted into the amusement bust ness. Buster was born under a tent with a medicine show In Kansas | Jingles came in New York city, and lionise, the girl. In Maine. The | Keatons think there is no state like Michigan, and they expect soon to retire and spend their lives without a thought of theaters and perform ance schedules Singers, dancers and comedians will provide the vaudeville bill to be offered In the Orpheum theater ; next week, starting Monday after | noon, with a musical farce, “The Boarding School Girls, ’’ as the head j liner. This miniature comedy ha* a cast headed by Tommy Allen, a sprightly and merry comedienne Robert Rogers and Ixiulse Mackin tosh. who have appeared with Rlsie 1 Janls, Montgomery and Stone and other stars, will be seen In a farci cal playlet. "The Green Mouse. * written by Edward l,ocke It is a story of a club man who is re formed by his patient wife when he takes too much of the cup that j cheers Lew Cooper, a funny black face entertainer, and two regular Irishmen, McDonald and Rowland. In a Celtic comedy skit. "My Best Friend." will furnish more laugh ter The Dolce sisters, a dainty singing trio, and George and Idly Garden, said to be *he greatest ex perts on the xylophone in vaude ville, are other acts. There will be feature films before and after the vaudeville and Friday night local amateurs will meet in the weekly dancing competition. The latest picture production of Thomas H. Ince. "The New Minis ter," featuring H B. Warner as th* pastor, and Clara Williams as a rich ; vestryman’s daughter, will be seer. In the Majestic next week, starting Sunday afternoon, as the featurv attraction. The plot concerns a brilliant aod devout young miniater who meets with such wonderful suc cess in a small town that he 1.-. called to a large city as pastor of a church whose members comprise 1 the exclusive social set. The con 1 gregatlon takes exception to his at - titude on important questions, and this leads to an extraordinary ser mon illustrated in the pulpit by a woman whom the pastor finds on the street. The production will be well-staged and acted and will in clude several novelties in the film I drama. Billie Burke will be seen In the filth episode of "Gloria's Ro mance." “The Gathering Storm.” and there will be a travelogue, the topical review- and a Mutt and Jeff comedy, while Henry Santrey will , offer new aong numbers. The Ms Jestic Is now presenting special fun films for children each Saturday aft ernoon. starting at 2 o'clock, and preceding the regular performance. Next week the Cadillac theater will offer "The Innocent Maids.” The show comes equipped with new scen ery and pretty costumes while fh company Is composed of experienced and capable btirleequers, headed by Eddie Dale. Two men and breezy burlesques, with plenty of singing and dancing, will be presented. Interpo lated will be new vaudeville arts and feature numbers, Including “ITtra Violet Ray.’’ a weird dancing act In ; which an electrical equipment of the X-ray t>pe Is used, and Ayt-he-Hare. | classical dancer. DETROIT TIMES SCHOOL HAPPENINGS The June number of the "Student,’' Central high’s official publication. Is cut. Thu* Dsue is known as the Editor's number, anti contains pic tures of all the editors and chiefs who have been on the staff since the first nun her. The first of the Central high clubs to el* ct officers for the September term was the Webster debating so ciety. The officers follow: Joseph Llhurt. president: Simuel hternberg. vie* president. Bernard Rosenxwelg. se* reiar> lsadore \\ ax tar. treasur er Fred Zierier, sergeant at-artu* The foPt wing w. re made members of the board of duectors: Israel G. Rosenxwelg, Maurice Klein, William Bachs, Samuel Sternbeig and Ber nard Rosenzweig The Piclogy club of Central high has elected the following officers for th-' next f-rm. William Metcalf, president. Gertrude Cohen, vke-pre* idem. Lois- Russell, secretary: Maurice Krltchman. treasuter. The club is newly organued and is car ing for the flower bed* arcund the school. Officers of the graduating class of the Sampson senooi are: President. Charles Maurer; vice-president, A'ma Pravton; secretary, Louise Devereeux, treasurer. Harry Boone Eastern high's graduating class will hold its clast banquet Monday evening. June IS*, and the commence ment exercises, June 21. The term will end Friday of the same week, j The Eastern house of represent*- i tives will hold its annual bcaN-ride to 1-ake St Clair, June 17. The event will be strictly stag Under the direction of Mias Edith Nelson teacher of music In the grammar, the primary schools of Highland Park gave a Japanese oper etta In the auditorium of the High land Park high school. Friday after- j noon. Gi-ls of the Euterpe club of West ern high, have taken up hiking Hikes have been taken to Dearborn and Grosse Pointe. —— According to a report received by , the principals of the high schools of the city, all students wishing to en- i ter any of the academical colleges must have at least li unites In hla- ( PURE FOOD ADVOCATES VISITING PHYSICIANS— HEALTH AUTHORITIES and all others interested in "better * health through better food ” arc invited to visit this wonder-bakery . Waijnersr „. .rr Positively the final word in com - * plete sanitation—even the air is washed and cleansed before it enters the bakery. SEE HOW WE SAFEGUARD YOUR HEALTH—YOUR HAPPINESS. Com. Any Day (Except Saturday) 3 to S P. M. Bakers of “EATMOR”—‘TEDDY BEAR”— I '‘QUALlTY”—Detroit's Three Best Breeds. Grand River Bagg Brooklyn and Sixth Here Are Some Facts About Old Glory Whose Birthday Is Being Celebrated Today Tbe resolution for the adoption I of the American flag was parsed by congress, June n, 1777. The ship "Columbia” (1757-17HOI I was the first vessel to carry the i American flag around the world. The first official cell* hi at,on of Flag day was held in the postoffice department in Washington. In 190>. Since iSkf., all flags* used by the ! government have been American made Previous to that time th I flag** were made of English hunting The flr**t American flag displayed in a British port was on the shli* "Bedford." of Massachusetts, which armed in the Downs. Feb. i, 17S;> The first American flag Vas made by patriotic ladies in Philadelphia It was a small affair, but represen' | -d a heavy cost, because the bunt mg came from England, and In the days of 77 things British came high Flag day was originated In ISS9 by Prof George Bolch. of New York, who Introduced into hts kin dergarten the practice of holding special exercises In celebration o? the adoption of the American flag by congress. June 14. 1777. Each battleship of the t’nlted States navy is entitled to 2.10 flag every three years, though many an* renewed oftener than this. The cos' of 'he flags for each ship exceeds >3.000 —no small Item in I'ncle Sam’., bill for equipments. The 30x40-foot flag which was hoisted over Fort McHenry and In spired Francis Scott Key to write torv. algebra, geometry. English, physics, meynancal arts, some for eign language either Spanish. French. German, laitln or Gteek. and some science such as chemistry, commercial geography, physiogra phy, agriculture. etc. Students m:;y alto have credits in commercial sub jects. which will be considered as one cr two uniis, but nc more Courses :n technical or commercial college* require different units for en’ranee without examination*. Three more tennis courts have been completed for Central high stu dents by the Central Athletic asso ctation. From 'he large numler of students In the last tournament. It is apparent tennis Is becoming one of Central's popular sports A petition Is being circulated In Eastern high to have the board of education purchase a field near the The Star Spangled Banner.” was m:»de by Mr# John Ptckeraglll, of Baltimore. when the British wer* about to begin their attack on that city. The Fifth M. grammar school of \* w Medford. Mas* . claims to have been he first school In the country to raise the t’nited States flag and to make the use of It a permanent feature of public school admintstra non This school unfurled the flag with appropriate public exercises on May H, lSfil, only 27 days after the surrender ot Fort Sumter to the confederates The first American flag was flown by John Paul Jones By error this flag had but 12 stars, but the man whom the British dubbed “pirate rebel, robber.** proudly Informed congress that the emblem at the jteak of hia warship, the • Ranger,” was received with the most marked courtesies by the French, whoae formal recognition of the new flag constituted the French acknowledg ment of the new republic. It was not until Sept. 3. 1777, that the action of congress In adopting the American ting was made public through the pres*, though word of the new law had reached the Atper ican troops In Fort Schuyler and a drummer boy had made a flag after the prescribed pattern For the white he took two old ammunition shirts, for the blue he used an old army coat, and for the red he re qulsitioned on the wife of a private for h* r one red flannel petticoat. school for an athletic field. It Is pointed out lhat every nigh school in »he city, with the exception of Pass and Eastern, have athletic field*. Fastern has been obliged to rent fields for iis athletic cventa. President Wilson and cabinet will march on foot at the head of the Flag Pay and pr* paredness parade in \V a hington today. Delegates from all the southern states are expected at the eleventh annual ir.e.-tirg jf the Su-iday school congress, beginning Its seisions to day in Vicksburg, Mi«*. ASK FOR and GET HORLICK’S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Cheap substitutes coat YOU as me prftoik WEDNESDAY. JINE It, 1»1 «. MILITIA MAY BE SENT TO BOBBER WASHINGTON, Jute 14 A call for state militia will be tin g.vern lueni’s fli hi step should there be need for more troop.* on ih* .older. This was a statement made at the war depart ment today by n mem ber of the arnn general stall. Outside of Ib.uOu men of the coast artillery corps not new on the bor Control To direct efleh unit of his army in the field, to execute a quick attack at any point, a play of strategy or sudden shift of tactics, the business general who uses WESTERN UNION is everywhere at once THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. AMI SE.UEATS. DETROIT Today 2 n :, Tonight A i. %st « r.r.K PKI< F*i Mm. OrrhMlra, .Vtr »mt TSti Bilt uni, JMie t l.allrn, .Tm- i f»«> » «rat*. Sll MlillTi llrrhftlrs, SSp A Sli llal* 30** A Slj liallrrr, 2.V| Bo* S3. D. W. <»rlffltk‘a M-natlr %i »* AJM'KO V.UDBVII.I.R 13:30 In 4 .TO. 7 iXO anil StIS Wanted John Douglas r—OTIIKft URCtT %c**n»—t rprr I »rrllr»» First Itun I'rntarr ■ •wfcfc I'hntn nan 13;3U to 3:.*W». I\t IX:ltl.3ias>4-.ti4A-7iNO-firlS ,».m. | EDNA GOODRICH in *Th« Making of Maddalena’ I t M AI, %IU>F.I> ATTRACTION* | “j i.v—OAlt.v Mtmn:—wir 2 STELLA MAYHEW ZjM.-s IIO\ FI At. M K 4 Hlltin JItl" l I iitntil A Hrll » i Frnnrra ■Q A«r«l«t rnm A I«. t K Irk A Kmart .a | ~~J I. A Mortons l.ufrrn A I arntrai jHrrman A Inilrrmini Moorraarnpr LAKU tin Hit Kit tIKtHKItI. I.AKB Ain KIVKH ATRAMBIR. ►* . pETROIT RIVER STEAMERS Columbia l t Ste. Claire ■B T<> Bob-Lo ‘■WlaVA"® 1 " " Wtwk Days—9 a.a., ItSO and 8 p.m. Haodeye— -0.30 a.m.. 2 and 3 p.tn. Relenting 2 and H p.m. Kaatara Tina. Daecieg and Bathing. Far# (EicqA Holidays) 35e Children 25c MOONLIGHT with Dancing on Sir. Colombia or Bte. Clair every Keening Knoept Sna. and Mon. B*30 —Fare 35e. (Esrept Holidays) SUNDAY FVKNlNG—Colnnbia Lake Ride and Coneerl 35r. It. ||«..r. s*rallta4. Itsslsra Mu.lsrl Tla. All trie* Iraro Rslss Bt. Tko ridkt to rotoeo aar hum alaUsUa to keoto sal park la raaarvod. To CHATHAM St The folia ye on the banka of the Thame* never looked better. The fare la the loweat — Every Sunday in June 75c Boat leavea Randolph Street Dock fi:4s A M, Retuma A: 30 P. M., commencing June 18th. JOHN STEVENSON, Mgr ' . tlrsmir Olcott % v WONDER CRUISE to WALLACEBURG Prr-nlc Journey through plecM lakea and ewifl, winding «-tian „,l. —a 100-mlle trip full of d»*- light. Dtll.V K.XtKPT MOMMA a I.ravin* Detroit at !> » m, re turning at » p m. promptly Stop at Walpole Inland enrout*. Iteetaurant and eo«ia fountain •in board. 7fla Wirk Day a. (I am Handera. Ottrolt & Wailactburg S. S. Lint If. H. amllk. Mar.. J. ttiuii»«n, \ K i llork, Piint of Randolph, tall Hfl'n tit or 2.*..Vi. ____ .. ✓ Printing—the plain neat Nl.S—tkif la via III—Tt mea Job llrpt.— Main tier, then ure only l.f*»M) hvallahl* I legul irr in «Ol'til.-ntal 1 tilted t Fta.es, u: and ;.*H» Maliened in Alisha, j The rcmulndt r of the i nlted Staten M gular umi), auout lu.edu men, Is scattered ut lusts in Hawaii, I'blltp pinc.. and the canal ame. While otfudais itmb ted Unlay no special .nstructlutis haw been n**nt : head.* cl the National guard to be |in re.tdir.ess for n udden cull, U I was admitted that oflliers in the dl | vision# of militia sfl iits at the war i departim til hav » fur Mini" i d's been ! working overtime In an effort tu get | the guard. Its supplies and equlp ; nient up lo schedule allotment AMI StIMKATS. c»*r 3 KEATONS “* kr Flakier nnS tkr Sn»«|" J«sm A Juhn«nni tlrrkrrl A Urania. \ kina r arap I* Ml Ikr prlrrt l«-3«-30e S'ADDI/'U NNl*f Mnllnrra LaHIHtILA Ik nr*. A'a l . gr.<--IMW mwiiiiiivn N igYU, 37n--."U)r>7fte I3T II •U:tVI>.FIRK.Wt:I.I. II KKK VAUGHAN GLASER v:;.:.' r fat courteney In ikr «li:rtllm. Ikrllllna I'lar, “THE OTHER WIFE*’ 'mi M—k—nii: Ho>m:i i.r. ro. \\ M. «. M IKUKRt WItMR II gnT W.! R«ht. MrKlw In MAKT “Tho Primal Lure” 111 IMr lid rk r In "I kr larlKl A «r»r*.* II ut • i 3-7-D l». m Mala. . all »rata l*e BASEOhejlo A GAME THURSDAY I Detroit vs. ■ Philadelphia ■■ Game (’ailed at .‘1:15 Eastern Standard Tim*. Keserved and Box Seats at Soper’s Cigar Store, new Dime Saving Bank Bid*. CADILL/C-B Mm* iinirl ('aAllta* COLONIAL r.XT*% BELLES Bohemian Four Ami AArrk—IAAIIIT.AT M AID*. (antral lUndart llasa. ■Tar tl.talauU, ITiiahurgh Md all point. »«ulli and ea.t Hally ISitt p. «. par. lot Irtoand. I< ill I'lltabiirgh, *5 *#. For R iffala and all point# raat, DAILY, A p in FAKF. MM, onr nay; M M »>...(•> Aois*. Inr III' Ulndr l.lanil an<l ** a .porta— Monday and Maturda), $. p. m j M rdiaa day and Friday, till a. in, .1 Mr. M< fckCl RblON g?H| SAII HIMI (lorliml II >«, llunoiu St It, Niagara I all. |I.H, Hound Trip |or iratlopoftanon. tlklrrinim Arrommodatlono l ppar l»»rth. sit loa.r Perth, si Mj ..nolo twin, S ' f»S. Tit KFT OFFII EM—Third Ate. Wharf. lit Wninlwaiii Ava iM. rtlc tll.lg i. ty Fart Mt. Mrtl. tlpp. Fuat (Utica Vtmwwiwr# 'mmm, * ».*m Mi . SMtIU i.MV. .11 Ilf I i.,1 1 ,|||.) POUT IUHO.N way porta, atr-arn.r lenvoa Detroit -Mil, 2ao p. ni J*un da>. only !* a rn and 2 ,1i «. tn Foil TOI.KhO dally & p m Hun* ddjracnlj. Ms u ni. "kerf Poet o) flrl.ootd Street.