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FRIDAY. JUNE 1«. 1916.
2 CUSSES GRADUATE WEDNESDAY Eastern and Western High Schools An nounce Programs 218 TO RECEIVE SHEEPSKINS Ira W. Jayne To Speak At East Side Exercises Eastern Hlfh school commence ment exerclaes will be held Wednes day night, and those at Western High Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock One hundred and thirty-six will be graduated from the former and 82 from the latter. The address to the class at East ern will be by Ira W. Jayne, super intendent of the recreation commis sion. President George W. Auch, of the board of education, will present the diplomas. At Western, Harold Dewey will deliver the president's address, and Samuel (?. Mumford will present the diplomas. During Eastern's exercises a cho rua of girls will sing. George Dunn has been assigned the clm<s history and Marjorie Men denhall class prophecy, at Western This will be the thirty fifth gradua tion at this school. The Eastern graduates follow: Navarre N Atkinzon. Otto E Auch, IlUOeuanle i\ Bachmeler, Le»t*-r Ba ker. llrtman H Bsr<*us, Martha J Beach, HlbJegarde It U-ck. Eldon Ben*. Ui ace M. He-ml*. Edward E Berthet. t’Urence A Bethny Victoria E. Bramer, lima M Brand. Edythe (>. Buckn Idgr, Eileen M t'allan, Arthur O. t’armt' hs» I. John o**ne, Jefferson A Cowhey, t'harlea M Cullen. Marlon A. Du vis, Charles It. D* Clark.-. Wal ter A Denstaedt Thelma D* Peel, Louts D«* \on*e, Bruce W 111. km»n. Donald T Doherty Dorothy D Dun ham. tlladys H Duval. Edna M Kh>- esman. Charles A I »rr, Evelyn M Favrea u. Ntxl H Fenkell. KJorm< • Field. Frank Fleming. Jr.. Ula.lya A Fraaer, Norman L Gable, Audrey •I*a - brlel. Edgar .1 « elut. I.en II M <n ratty. Melvin II Hurt Florence M Hathaway. Justine G Herbert. I.ou «• A Holihan. Edwin C Ide, Adeline H Irvine. Aallda V. Jsniuer, Lester I Jakcl, Violet I, Jarralt Amy \ Johnson, Leonard \\ Johnson. " II- Ham C Iw. Kalla K. Jutlaon. Harry A Knisn. VVllfrel D Kennedy. Lillian B. Kenney, Paul .1 Ketellmt Her bert II Kn»i k, Itaymond C. Kraus;-. Roee M Ki uism-in. Marion It Kulil twin. I* Kuhlnun. llov nr<l h Lance*. Thonu). H. Litngl *l>. Yal* vin. i-lbvl Lempke, Kre.larUk B Llhbe. Jr.. Hilda M Llesetner. Her man L«e|>|». Norman H M- Hrl**n. " al ter K M< Eln>'irr\ Georg. V. M<*. Lauit I.lln Helen S MscHsnn H >r nld G MacVlttle, Mar> P Magenr n. Ruth E Mason. s«l<"ni .1 Metry, \\ .1- ter l» Min. kb t. mb •’ M< or ■>. M i lon K «»l!ver. v-nella c i»rth. Mar guerite I Pagel Gladys M l'a>ne. Ja cob PogrlsD ln, Jennie Petersen. " !!- llam M Pipe. Raymond E. Plats. Mir £aret II f'le> j>. !!■ Band •" Pochert. ee C Prb keti. Julia M Putslg. Msu rice Resnb k. Ctrl ItetxUff. Catherine H. Revnolda, William Rideout. Evelyn F Ito. k w eII. Hurnton Rosenthal, ta cob S' ISutdn. KtnlD E 1lu«lle f!-.y TANARUS: St. Eton. WilPato F S. hiot.lt. I'.*- thei a i hnoihl Not ina F Urlmell. Josept.ln*- M S.-h. m. tt illxrt G S.-hu. chard. Mauro • i*< hwurt*. Charles F Bchw-elger Mill* I. >< <ll. r. James If. Hexton stunb > \ .-<« ynmur l.lovd M Shape, Fred, rx k C Sijile. Clifford E. Snider Margaret T Somerville. Helen M Stephen Hs*e| M sto Earl ft Swift. Elisabeth S Swift, Grace Thompson, Fatherin' B. Toe pel, Dorothy M Toepf'-r, Ralph E Toynt.m, I.etnore E Trombley, "al tar V W Tic'iserhe. Mmon G Tur ner. Herbert .1 Vincent. I b It yokes, tMrtdvs NVaaner. Lucille M Wallace, ctaien. e ,r \Vm«, Epple M Wallet f 10r..1 h \ M Weber, Walter K Wesbrnok Marion .1 M'tlde. Forbsa Williams. Vera M Y.-ung. Ralph Zander Western graduates are: Hazel Adair, Mildred P Adam. Irene C*. Albrecht. Georg, i' Amo*. Norman E Baker. Hambi I P'-« ker. c„ r l 1v Beler. VttulnU Blu-k, Walter It Bor. nerrwn. Cloys V Braden, l.etla M Bradley Louis Braun. Finest G Brick. Viola S' Brown. Mnrdell It Brnwnver, Marie H Buhl, Frances E Burnside, Lilian M Byrne, Irene F. Caabuckea. Helen G (Timer, George T. Condon, Leonora M Conway, George |< Cook. Frank B Couture. Claude F. Cowley. K. Daigle. Gilbert Deßuck. Philip N. De- Orace. Harold A. Dewey, Mildred F Doenc'h, Sarah R. Dolen. Muriel Dry wood, Robert F Duchane, George C Dunn. Albert Elbe, Leslie G Ratep. Ella M Fishe i- Fdwlna B Fitzger ald. Albert F Fraellg. Anna S Frlsh. Sarah R. Glheraon, Georgia O 01«a --aon. T»resa E Hadis, Glenn A Ham den. Elvira E Hobart. Dorothy F Hollis. Edward J. ll..warn, Madeline M Huperz. Rva B llvman, Bertha L. Jackal. Mu rah aII I) Kelli. Winifreds M Kelllen. Byron C. Kirby. Beaale C. Krasa. Rlolae M La Blanc, Everett Llndhloom. Maxwell I Lneffler, Tu llua W. Marx, Irmn M. Megaffln Mar torle Mendenhall. Evelyn F Moor*, Jraula M Moore, Grace G Nagle. Ri mer R. Neff, Inga M Nelson. Ruth K. Goo buck, F,dw.»rd F Detach. Anna C Bansc-n. Harold C, Raymond, Rnber* Robbins, llazel M Roberta. Grace M. Rogatsky, Oalle F Russel. Joanna R Savage, Leona P. Heltx, A Pcs Smith, Joyce M. Stedman. Anna V. dtevens u). Margaret G Tavlnr. elands F. Towar, Marjorie C Van Norman. Walter G. Wellington. Helen M Wgahhurne. Velma F Whittington. Edward W. Wilkinson. Charles L. Wlae Ida H Wlttet, Rather T Wolff gnd Lulu L. Zink. Mrs. P Shrlden will glre a dlnnoßdanco Friday prenltrg, In home, Peeplands. Oroaae Points, for her niece, Mlaa Josephine Alger, and her flance, Henry Chaney. —<i>— Flag Pay exercise* will be held iaturday afternoon, at Bt. Francis Home for Roys, under the autpicaa of Bt. Francis guild. Beard Qraw After Death. ELKHART. Ind.. June IS.— I Tho face of G. W. Hite, when he was hurled a year ago. was clean shaven. F*. J. Neff, sexton of Grace Lawn cemetery, exhumed the body recent ly to move It to another lot In the cemetery and he found that the beard had grown until It reached far down on the breaat. filsitag ■«>> f*ata east fct*4—that to rt#kf—Vlwea Dept—Kal. 4390 LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME Farmer Brown’a Boy Ih Startled. • Copyright. 1114. oy T. W. Hurgsst ) By THORNTON W. BURGESS. Farmer Rrown'M Roy wa*n't happy. No, sir, lie waxn’t happy. His heart was filled with sorrow, sorrow because he had killed Bluf fer the Adder. To he sure Bluffer, was only a snake and a very home ly. not to nay ugly, looking one at that. But. he wsa one of lhe little people of the Green Meadows and never had harmed Farmer Brown's Boy and couldn't have if he had wanted to. Farmer Brown's Boy couldn't help but feel that Bluffer had had Just as much right to live as any one else. Once he wouldn’t have felt that way. but that wan be fore he had learned to love all the little people of the Green Meadows and the Green Forest and to under stand that they have feelings Just as we have, and that even the humblest of them has the right to live. Hanging limply over the fop rail of the old fence the body of Bluffer •wung In the wind. Farmer Brown’s Boy thought of how bravely Bluffer had tried to frighten him and had almost succeeded He thought of what a giant he must have looked to Bluffer and what a lot of courago It had taken to face him and pretend that he would fight, when Bluffer had known all the time that he couldn’t possibly hurt Farmer Brown’s Boy. "It was real bravery," muttered Farmer Brown's Boy. "He knew all the time that If be couldn’t scare me Into leaving him alone he didn't have the least chance In the world Now with Burz Tall the Rattler or Pilot the Copi>erhcad It would have been different. It wouldn't have been half so brave of them for they would have known that a bi*e from them would ended the tight with me They are dangerous and they know it. But this little fellow wasn’t dangerous at all and he knew that That Is what I call real, true bravery." He turned to the fence and picked up the body of Bluffer. Then he stretched It out on the ground on Its stomach to see just how long Bluffer was The Instant he lei go of It something happened 1000 OF THESE GOING TO “WAIST’ They say the way to a man*s heart is through his stomach — Miller *ay» — “AROUND hit stomach.” Here’s a man's special that's going to make more good advertising. For me—more men boosters. SOLID STERLING SILVER BUCKLE With Genuine Two-Thickness Leather Belt Square Deal Price THE BUCKLE is of heavy SOLID STER LING SlLVEß—simple and strong—can't get out of whack hand-hammered plain or engine-turned—4o different designs to pick from ENGRAVING FREE. Just to show you how much I think of these belts—l'm wear ing one myself. Show me where you can duplicate any of these for less than $4.00 and 111 hand you back your money. How's that? All aixea— don’t care if you’re at big at Bamum’t elephant—l’ve got tome here to fit you. f' Keep Your Shirt on— don't "slam-bang" your m«n«y Into a?.v old diamond—make •ure you're getting every rent of diamond value you’re entitled to—aek the Jeweler If he'll give you a written guar antee to buy berk the diamond he eeiln you for full value I ere 10 per rent CASH anytime you want your money hack—ls he'll do that you're ease—is not—look out—there's a "coon’’ In the wood pile somewhere. Mlller'e Diamond Rond Onaranteee jnm baek fall valaee tree 10 per rent CASH eey lime yen want year money. Square Dealer in Jewelry Biggett Little Storq)— 64 Grand River, 65 Grand River, 351 Woodward—Telephone Main 1234 "Great Rcott!" exclaimed Farmer Brown's Boy, and stared at the body of Bluffer with startled eyes. It had rolled over on Its back! He poked tt with one foot but It didn’t move. Then he rolled It over onto Its stomach again and the instant he took his foot away it rolled back stomach up. Farmer Brown's Boy stared harder than ever. There cer tainly was something very queer about that snake. He tried It Again and the same thing happened. Then Farmer Brown’s Boy went off a little way where he could watch hut not be himself In plain sight of that body. For a time nothing hap pened Then he thought he saw Just a little movement. He held his breath. The body rolled over again, this time onto its stomach. Very slowly Rluffer's head was raised and he looked this way and that way. Farmer Brown’s Boy stamped one foot. Instantly Bluffer was on his back just as before, as lifeless a looking thing as ever was. A great light broke over Farmer Brown’s Boy and a load was lifted from his heart. All the gladness came back Into the day and he chuckled. Then he kept perfectly still. After a while Bluffer rolled over once more, raised his head, saw no one. and glided away through the grass. Fanner Brown's Boy made no sound until Bluffer had had time to get. some distance. Then he burst out laughing. "You old fraud!” he exclaimed. "You old bluffer! First you try to scare me and then you make me think I have killed you. That’s Unc Billy Possum’s trick and I wonder where you learned It. You made one mistake If It hadn't been foi that I never would have found you out. You seem to think that In order to appear dead you must be on your baek. If you hadn’t rolled over I never would have known that 1 didn’t kill you. I certainly have learned something today. I suppose you are chuckling to your self to think how smart you were and how you fooled me. I donl blame you. You have a right to chuckle There's one thing you don't know and I wish you did That THE BELT la of geanlne leather, not imitation or pager SSSMIi with leather, hat Snely ee lerted, genuine Wnlrna, Une aten Cult end Fin Seal, double tblekaeaa leather head er wed—made te wear feraver and look good suet an long. Is that you will never need to fear me again.” With this Farmer Brown’a Boy started for home whistling merrily. As he passed the garden he stopped to take Old Mr. Toad from his pocket and set him free. “Anyway I've done one good turn today," said he as Old Mr. Toad hopped under a cabbage leaf. HI mmm I Society in # Miss Kleanore Rohnert will give a luncheon Saturday, In honor of Miss Margaret Ijongyear. Te Detroit of will give a moonlight Friday evening, on the City of Toledo Sigma Gamma will give a dancing party, Friday evening, In the Coun try club. Mr». J. H. Cult, of Bdmonton. Al berta, la visiting h»r Mr. and Mrs’. F. J. Becker, No. G7B BaJd wln-ave. ■H®—- Mrs. Samuel T Douglas entertain ed 30 young people at a charmingly appointed dinner, Thursday evening, for her daughter. Miss Marian Howe Do lights. Pink roses were effective ly used for the table decoratious. Miss MarJorle"~sendrle, of Grosse Pointe. entertained Rt dii.ner, Thurs day evening, In honor of Mr*. Mar shall i;hi, of Grand Rapids, who Is attending the Grosse Pointe Riding and Hunt club horse show. The Detroit-Princess Manufactur ing Cos. will give a free excursion to all Its employes, Saturday, to Put-in- Bav. on the steamer Put-ln-Bav. This will be the first affufr of its kind given by the company, but it N In tended to nrmke it an annual cuatom. Msfi wM kin nik bn Klililif . . , > M<i«iMre (i*t . of floor »|«urs lx ilruiinl r\- ,rl»*lv»l> to 4llrklc*|f* larx fM kumr fiirnlsblNK store. Sixteen Special Features Make the Cold Storage Refrigerators the Most Sanitary and Economical !,.-' ~ —»4— if ' ' - Jm*HHUt'’ ,,, *'l "-Sr'-Vj 553 ”* ~ —■ r ~~ 111 I ■ r- ICleanslblo flues In the Ice chamber —a feature appreciated by every housewife. 2 Removable, cleanslblo waste pipe enables you to clean the waste pipe with your china dishes. 3 A glass trnp easily removed readily cleansed. A patented, exclQ slve cold storage feature. 4 Patent, galvanized steel floor —an ex clusive cold storage feature. Thia givea you some idea of the method of construction THE outside ca*o Is artistic and strong. made of thoroughly seasoned kiln dried lumber. The Inside body Is made of closely matched odorless wood, nailed to hardwood cleats which are flrmlv fastened to the out side case. A solid foot supports the end across Its entirety. Eight sections of the case are assembled thruout by tandem grooves. The lee chamber Is lined with galvanized steel. The Ice pan Is turned from one solid sheet of metal without cutting or saddling. Can never leak or break. Plain Price Tickets DETROIT TIMES A fine list of prlxes has been ar ranged for the athletic games and sports. The msirrlage took place Wednes day, in Buffalo, of Miss Marie \\ epp ner, daughter of Mrs. A. F. Wepp nor. of Buffalo, to John H. Henning, of Detroit. The bride was attended by her tlster, Mrs. Frank Wagner, and by Miss Mnrgareftit Henning, sister of ih*» groom. Frederick Man nerow, of Detroit, was best tnan. Following a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Henning will reside In this city at No. 11f.7 Thlrd-ave Ralph Stone, Jr., son of Mr- and Mrs. Ralph Stone, No. 978 Cass-ave., who has returned from Swarthmore, Pa., where he has been attending school, was a member of the June graduating class of 9warthmore Pre paratory school. Mr. Stone was ac corded highest honor* of his class In winning the Haverford cup, given for scholarship, standing, leadership and loyalty to the Ideals of the school. He will enter the University of Michigan In the fall —<S^—• Among the attractive social af fairs given Friday, In the MacDlar by a Temple matinee party; Mra. the following: Mias M. Coleman. No. 163 Ash-st., luncheon, followed the late J L. Hudson, to Edael Bry- A H. Welsh. No. 161 Forest-ave. west, luncheon, followed by a thea ter party; Mrs. L. Trombley, No. 3581 Jefferson-ave., afternoon tea. following theater party; Miss Ha zel Ehrman, No. 2890 West Grand blvd . luncheon for Dr. Irene Tcffn klewlcz, who is in Detroit attending the American Medical association convention; Mlsb Messing, No. 552 St Clair ave , dinner, followed by a theater party. —(f) — An engagement of much Interest to Detroit, and to the country at large, is that of Miss Eleanor Clay, daughter of Mrs. William Clay, No. WE look upon our advertising as a printed display window and we look upon our display windows as an exposed sales floor, consequently we aim to make our advertising represent this store as faithfully as possible. To our knowledge this is the only store in the United States to positively guarantee its advertising. Business Building Bargains that live up to the fullest meaning of the word and which we can guarantee are the only kind you see in our advertising, in our windows and on our sales floors HERE ARE THOSE 16 FEATURES 5 Patented aolid ice pan corner —no soldered Jolnta to break or leak. 6 Galvanized ateel Ice racks—lighter, more sanitary and save Ice. 7 Sanitary silver tinned provision shelves In all enamel lined refrig erator. 8 Special pattern of Nickeled Metal heavily made insuring strength and beauty. 9 Casters that are strong and self re taining. Not a theory but a fact. 63 Poston blvd. east and niece of the late J L. Hudson, to Edsel Bry ant Ford, only son of Henry Ford and Mrs. Ford. Miss Clay in 20 years old and is a member of the June graduating class of the Liggett school. She has not made her for mal debut in society- Miss Clay Is an attractive girl with fair hair and blue eyes, and is small In stature. Mr. Ford Is 22 years old. is secre tary of the Ford Motor Far Cos., and Is associated with his father in many commercial and financial enter prises. He Is a pleasant-mannered young man and is well liked by bus iness and social acquaintances. The marriage will take place in the fall. —^sy— The marriage of Miss Alice Ger trude Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Olin Johnson, No. 56 Ko wena-st., to Lieut. George Kenneth Macbeth, of Toronto, of the Twelfth battalion, Canadian expeditionary forces. was quietly performed, Thursday, at high noon. In St. Paul’s cathedral, the Rev. John McCarroll, SILKS! SILKS!! OCR TAFFETAS in a complete shades (36 inch); also CREPE-DE-CHINES— H H worth up to sl-75 the yard. On «ale today hhH (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday) at UNITED SILK COMPANY Detroit’s Underselling Silk Shop. 17 JOHN a STREET, NEAR WOODWARD. It’s first lined with pure, clean, odorless mineral wool THIS Is the best non-conducting substance known to modern science, and It la placed in such a manner that It cannot settle as In tho case of charcoal. There are seven Insulating walls, the outercase, waterproof sheathing, mineral wool, air space, Inside case of the matched wood and galvanized steel. The Ice pan! Is also adddltlonally surrounded with prepared waterproof sheathing, making eight walls of Insulation. esnon of the cathedral, officiating. There were no attendants and the ceremony was witnessed only by the immediate families. The bride Is one of the most attractive, popular and highly accomplished girls in De troit society, and has traveled wide ly. Lieut. Macbeth and Mrs. Mac beth will leave Immediately for Eng land. the young officer to Join hla regiment, and Mrs. Macbeth to take up Red Truss work In the Canadian hoapltal in Ramsgate, where Mrs. Macbeth, sr., has been for some time- Prince Paul Troit betarkoy, the Russian sculptor, who has spent several months In Detroit, has given the Animal Welfare association a reproduction, In bronze, of one of hla favorite dogs, the work of art to be sold for the heneflt of the aaaocla tion at the carnival, under Its aus pices. Friday, June 22, on Chlcago blvd.. between Third-avs. and Hamll ton-blvd. The carnival Is to be an elaborate affair and many unique THE fact that In all of our advertising we positively state that If you can buy for any less anywhere else any article adver tised by us, we will refund your money, has resulted In such con fidence being placed In our printed statements that people do not have the slightest hesitancy about taking advantage of any special offer advertised. •a a A swing base which permits use 1U of a large drip pan. nice chamber constructed entirely of metal, with solid ice pnn corners. No disagreeable odors from wood sat urated with water. -j *\ Lined throughout with galvanized steel, or white enamel baked on galvanized steel. More durable than zinc and more easily kept clean. ■* q All Told Storage refrigerator* 1 J equipped with patented round cor ner. enamel provision chamber lining. H Insulated with u mineral wood air space and paper sheathing, providing the greatest economy of Ice. e r Cold Storage sanitary white enaco -1 J el la a mineral and not a paint will not flake or peel. 1 £ Covered with three coats of high 10 grade coach varnish moisture proof. Prices range upwards from $14.85 DESPITE the remarknbly high quality of these refrigerators, acknowledged the most sanitary and economical moderate priced refrigerator made, they can be purchased for exactly the same price as the ordinary refrig erator, owing to the tremendous quantities In which they are made and purchased by u*. who are the exclusive selling agents In De troit. Special convenient credit terms arrang ed to suit your requirements whether you pur chase a small family size refrigerator or large apartment house or alde-lcer size. See them In our windows. entertainment features haw* badMhj planned for It. Baskets of pink and white peeollo,3 were artistically disposed in Imß chapel of the First Congri gsthMrtffl church. Thursday evening, for tfcpj marriage of Miss Della Elisabeth . Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mu* William F. Cooper, to William CMII I>oud. The Rev. J. Percival Huget,' pastor of the church, officiated- Ifthff* Edna Cooper, the bride’s sister, wad „ the only attendant. She wore a j pretiy frock of white net over plait and satin and carried a bouquet dt;| pink rosebuds and white sweet peaa. The bride wore a lovely gown ts white satin and tulle, her long vett fastened to her hair with a peart cap. Her bouquet was of whit# roses and lilies of the valley. Peray Ixmd attended hla brother as beat man. An Informal reception follow - ed In the church parlors. Follow ing a wedding trip, Mr. and Mn» Loud will be at home at No. 241 Elmhurst ave. One Price To All PAGE 7