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FRIDAY. JUNK 23, 191 tt .
Don’t Forget— that when constipation, bTuousnesa or indigestion is neglected, it may cause a serious illness. Act upon the tirst symptom—keep your digestive organs in good order by the timely useof BEECHAfIS PILLS UriMt Sal* of Any Mrdinoo in lit* World. • * ary wk*r*. la boa**, 10c., 2ft*. /-> THE Lrp A l OTAGE Bmm E3E3E3 - tJf “Where Are My Children?" the latest him drama lo be based upon topics which conventional society heretofore has classed as “forbidden subjects,” Is attracting large audi ences to the Detroit opera house, where it is being show n twice daily That it has interested thinking pro pie is evidenced In the number of letters of commendation received by the management, including such well known physicians as Dr. David lnglls. Dr Joseph 11. Andrles, Dr. Robert A. Stlmpson, Dr Frederick 11. Hailey, Dr. Louis J. Se bet lie, Dr Frank 11. Allison, Dr Philip Fronde, and others Tyrone Power, in the character of the prosecuting attor ney, gives a dramatic well-con sidered portrayal of a difficult role Headline honors on the Miles the ater program, next week, will go to 1 .illu Sutton, one of vaudevilles fore most entertainers and author of se\ rral successful comedy playlets. Her present offering, entitled “Her Flr-f Case,'' Is a rapid moving farce, brim fill of wit and repartee. ami original comedy situations. It tells the storv of a woman attorney working on her first ease. Her client is the victim of a street accident and their ef forts to deceive the claim agent forms the story Fanny Keeler and Ralph Belmont portray ihe roles of the "victim ' and the “claim agent. The Much brother*., international ac rohatlc comedians and sensational divers, will l»e the second feature on the program. In an elaborate stage setting representing a hug** battle ship, they perform Data of skill and dating and introduce new and ortgi nal comedy stunts Among other features on the program are Hager and Goodwin, clever comedians with a piano, Kennedy and Kramer, in origin. il songs and nifty dam •** Otto Adlon and company, European comedy Jugglers, and DoroDiy Vaughan, cheerful singer of oh* »: • li m> g The screen program, wimi pr* c* de.s the vaudeville every da* fr* m 12 3u to 2 .10 o'clock, b mad* tip of new features, comedies and the latest Selig Tribune weeklies. The Jessie Hr nsteJle c ompany which has entered upon a season of stick production? in th** Garrick theater, will ohseivc th« Bhakesp*are tercentenary next week, and pr»-*nt “As You Like i: '• * There are e good many people who are afraid of S’Mk*‘-peare end who avoid going o i» plays, for fear they will not undri«tan»l theni." says Miss I ion -1»II* "In Die Mon steM** c r.’ijipcn> '•* umducttoi *>f 'A** You Lik*‘ I* <v« 1 \ • flort Is being made to eniph. si/*- the natural, realistn final I* that arc the back bone of ever*. Sb.ikespoar* an play. Shakes), me wrot* f < r the people jjf his day. much a George Cohan w rite? foi tho«* of to lay—and prop erly presented his p'ay* thouhl be Ju t as popular as those of Mr Cohan That they arc noi. In the fault of the ai tor • sind ptolucers. an l ii little hit he fault of th* audt cm (>- Diems* 1\ *s rot the fault of the play The HonM*Uo company will tr\ to prov* this in next week's performance of As You Like it.’ Florence Nash and company, in “Pansy's Particular Punch." anew comedy with a "k!ck' by \N lllanl Mack, will top the bill in the Tern pie theater, next week MIsS Na - h will be remembered by theatergoers as Aggie, the slangy, alert little blackmailer of "Within the Law She plays a slmllnr role In her new Vaudeville sketch, which scored a hit In the Palace theater In New York, last week. Second feature of the bill will be Lydia I arry. a coni* dlenne of established merit, and daughter of the famous Hobby Harry of bygone days. Miss Pam has a line of new song studies by the well known Junle McCree. Also hooked for this program are Hilly Halllgan and Darna Sykes, natural comedian and very pretty girl. In a bit of fool leg whhh they fall "floim where In Jetsey “ Six other acts will coni plete the hill. | Odds and Ends | NSW YORK Tli« first *.r an <>r der of 7.000 horses and moles for New York’s mlll»lf% men arrived in day fmm the went It In* luded 700 horses and 300 mules, the finest lot of Its kind received here In years. BROOKLYN—President Kbbetta. of the Itrooklyn Robins, announced tbit a United State* uniform alii be a free ticket to any place in the grandstand at Khbetta Add today when the Olnnta and Robin* claah. NEW YORK MaJ. H W Patton, an editor, of Hoqniam, Wash.. say.v the Washington buck tailring*— mountain elk and 110 men strong, are under order* to make ready for farrlea. Sonshine. ft Is 8 U-N-S H I N E, SI’NSHINE, that warms the heart.* of plants and makes them grow and bring forth beautiful flowers; that stirs the little acorn and helps It produce the mighty oak. that gives light to groping creatures; that melts the snow and brings the bees and butterflies; that cheers poor bodies tired from t*Mi much work and chilled from too much winter. Hut it is 8-ON-S-H-I-N-E, SONSHINE, that warms the heart of woman and makes her soul grow big to bkeeterlesa Town, Plan. CHICAGO. June 23.—“A mosqulto le?s Kenilworth* may he added to mottoes revered in that sul urb. Fol Rue Grange. Bate- Here 13, Pari*. Special Sale of Artistic Framed Pictures 200 Suits at 1-2 Price Two hundred Women's Cloth Suits at half price. Smart styles in attractive tailored models, flare and braided styles, a good range of checks, serge, gabardine and twills, navy, black and gray. $29.50 $14.75 $15.00 $22.50 $35.00 $17.50 $50.00 .* $25.00 41 k Floor. Charming Blouses at Special Prices Handsome model in Marquisette, pleated collar In back, em broidered In front of Blouse and collar; long sleeves, turn-back cufTs, tucks in front and back of blouse give them the finishing touch. Value $5.00. special for $3.75. Beautiful Hastiste model, made with sailor collar, long sleeves, finished with fine tu*ks and Episal embroidery, regular $7.50 values, special, $5./d. 2nd Floor. Four Interesting Items in Muslin Underwear Muslin downs made of a splendid quality of nainsook and trimmed In fine lace and embroidery. 79c values 69c. Envelope Chemises made of fine nainsook and trimmed in fine pin tucks and daln\y lace. 79c —69c. A broken line of slightly soiled Camisoles, trimmed in dainty lace and ribbon, very special. 76c. Corset Covers, made of fine nainsook, trimmed in dainty lace and Swigs embroid ery. 25c. Fifth Floor. Dainty Dresses Cute little Oretchen Dresses, fine white muslins embroidery beading, lace and rib bon trim. 2 to t> years, at $1.25. Princess Slips—For the young miss, of fine nainsook, trimmed with ruffle of em broidery on bottom. 4 to 14 years, SI.OO. second Hour. Exceptional Offering in Jewelry Small Coin Purses in German silver or gold filled, ft place for nickels and dimes, also street car tickets with a fine chain and finger ring $1.60 values, special at 98c. Children’s beaded Hags in gold, steel or floral designs, lined with chamois. $l6O values; special at SI.OO. California Flower Beads, made of ihe flowers, 1n Rose, Forget me not, Lavender and Nell Rose shades, beautiful designs, SI.OO values. Special at 50c. Psarl Beads, In cream and white tints, filled pearls with Ift K solid gold Miap $1 ‘*o and $2.00. Special at SI.OO. Jewelrg Skew— Wain Fleer. lowing the election of Frank 'lick' as president of the Kenilworth Im provement association vestyrday, he announced that the anti mosquito HEALY’S Costumer to Gentlewomen PARIS FASHIONS SHOWN AT THEHEALY SHOPS SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THEIR FIRST APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK Specials in Knit Underwear Women’s Cotton Union Suits, tight knee or umbrella style; special, 35c. Children’s Underwaist and vest combined, 2 years to 12 years, special, 19c. Women’s Pink Silk Vests, embroidered In dainty designs, band top, reinforced, spe cial. $1.96. Women's Cotton Vests, plain or fancy yokes, 25c. Fifth Floor. Aprons for Children Children’s Bungalow Aprons made of gingham or percale In dainty color of pink and blue, sizes 8, 10, 12, 14 years, 50c-75c. Second Floor. Handkerchief Values In the daintiest of styles, pretty colored novelties In Crepe de Chine In solid colors, colored borders, plaids and Polka dot-, epeclal, 25c each. Motor and Outing Hats One pretty style is n straw and silk com bination with crown of silk and stitched brim of straw and trimmed with straw but tons. Tbs colors are old rose, Emerald Green. Navy. Grey and Copenhagen blue. Special, $3 00 each. 'lnin Floor. Children’s Hata (Paris styles), dainty lin gerie Hats of fine embroideries and lace trimmed with exquisite bows of pink and blue ribbon, also beautiful little pbjue hats at sl, $2, $5. Baby Bonnets Beautiful little caps of Or gandy and Muslins. turn bark eTects. adorned with dainty laces and embroidery. at 75c and SI.OO. *eeoa«l Floor. —By Clyde Ludwick. produce beautiful deeds, make noble sacrilices, that rheers home and puts Joy into sad lives; that fills long days with sweetness. And as for glory oven the “llttlest” son can shame old sol and make him hide his face in rain rlouds. while b*», his mother’s son. radiates warmth ind fills the world, her world, with happiness even on th** darkest day. campaign will b-» directed by Cecil i’ape, nf Chicago, who freed Win netka and other north shore village Ot I lie pest. Unusually Attractive Frocks and Skirts-for Summer Frocks of stripe, flowered and plaid voiles, tissue gingham and combinations of plain and stripe voiles. $6.75 to $16.75. Linen Frocks of French linen for sport and street wear, white, Copenhagen and brow n, SIO.OO to $12.75. Smart Skirts in Linen Gabardine, Pique, Bedford Cord and col ored sport stripes. Attractive sport models with large pockets and wide belts. $3.75 to $8.75. Silk Sport Skirts, In stripe and check taffeta and stripe pongee. $11.75 to $27.50. 4th Floor. Specials in Neckwear Georgette Collar, lace trimmed. 60c values, 29c. Pique Collars, hand embroidered, 60c values. 29c. Children’s Pique Collar and Cuff Sets, hand embroidered. 50c values, 29c. $ Organdie Collars, lace inserts, button rrlmmed. sfte values, 29c. Organdie Collars, hemstitched hem, hand embroidered, 75c values. 50c. Main Floor. DETROIT TIMES Friday and Saturday Special Corset Value One of our latest new’ bark lace models, for slender and average figures, tn plain, mercerised coufel or pink and white broche. Our regular $2 qualify, special for Friday and Saturday. $1.39. Fifth Floor. " W " Women Who Know Fins Embroidery Will Enjoy Making Up These. Embroideries New Organdy and Voile Edges In dainty embroidery Hnd Venlse lace scallops for collars, veatees and jabots, 35c to $1 yard. Voile Dress Flounclngt. 46 Inches wide; beautiful embroidery patterns on fine im ported Voile. Special. $1.95 yard. Main Floor. Summer Home and Sun Parlor Fixings Stoneware Jardinieres can be colored to match surroundings, 76c values; special, 50c. Garden Flower Glass Vases Sweet Pea Vasce. Partial lon Vases, Rose Vases of Crystal, Pottery and Kloujr (Haas, 25c to $.Y«<) caeh. Special value, 50c to SI.OO. Wicker Bird Pages, attractive and prac tical. square roomy cage, on 4 foot metal standard, green, Ivory, brown, can be used tn summer homes, porches and living rooms $12.00. Door Porials, gold colonial designs, bas kets of flowers, etc., at $2.50 to $5.00 each. Birds and Butterflies to attaach to flower howls, vases, flower baskets, etc., 25c to SI.OO each. " Flower Stick, with birds and butterflies attached; very artistic and practical for garden, 50c to SI.OO, Garden Reflector, something new and novel, reflects all the natural color of sur roundings. 50c each. ItAnn stairs shops O fir 1 WOMEN ? T n y s Why Not Force Suffrage I]y Educating the Women? Asks Woman Professor By MARY E. WALTER (Copyright. 1916, by M. E. Walter ) "If hens could be educated and were * ducated how long would the) • < • Ming at th« beck and call ot the egg man?'' The i|Ut*ry cornea from a woman who has "view*" on the woman question. She is a professor in a girls college. She ia a foremost advocate of education for women ;tud for years has given herself to the cans* 1 Her expression of optti mn has creater a furor In her sut frage camp. "Whatever I may think of the meaning and outcome of the wo man's suffrage movement, I have fault to find with its present meth on!" That s the gauntlet this col leg* professor has flung a' the suf frage workers. She says. "I hope manv things for the awakening ot woman, yet I deplore the forcing of her vote' "Someone said, somewhere In the t'ntied States the other day, '(jive a woman a man’s chance!’ I have taken a man's chance in nty proses .'ion and am holding a mans post tion That chance and my proses Hioiial woik have taught me there is a light way and a wrong way. The wiong way is to force suffrage. The npht way is education. If woman were educated for the vote she would get it without the present strenuous effort. ' Men aren’t educated for the vote!' is the cry that thousands hurl at my head Hut does any sincere woman want to vote merely because men do? "It is a principle of philosophy, not the philosophy of cheap moral i't>. hut a law of human activity, that intelligence conquers. Intelli c»tire throughout all history has w on "Suppose all women that want the vote would read, study, and diges' Magna t’liarta. the Declaration ot Independence the Constitution ot t'e I'* itod States, and. for exam pie Carlyle's History of the French I Revolution and Ruckle's History ot ' Civilization: suppose all women that want the vote would educate them , salvos generally in modern science ; I civics and history, how lone be fore there would be a body of wo 222-228 Woodward Avenue. Special Sale of Imported Etchings and Colored Prints men so intelligent that suffrage would come uncalled for? With the proper education wo men could not only get the vote, 'hey could force men to the same 'eM to which they put themselves. Ih*y could compel the elimination and the uneducated, unintelligent male voter Hrute force the world ruler! Nev ° r - Intelligence is the world ruler. \nv hrttte that acquired the right degree of intelligence could be free from man's domination. "The so called ruling classes of he world have never ruled through Utu'e force. They have swayed by intelligence and running or because ihev have had power to control in telligence and running There never was a monarchy that couldn’t have been overthrown if the people had iad intelligence enough to over throw it. "If brute force were the world ruler would the horse permit his strength to lie subdued by a few tricks of the harness? “Suppose cows could be educated *n»l were educated, how long would (a fr “CROWS WITH DETROIT ” W hite Reigncloth Pumps and Boots are now Ready, $5 Reigncloth is anew material similar to very fine canvas, used for making smart sum mer shoes. Reigncloth shoes are light and cool and comfort able. They wear well and are easily cleaned, and the styles are the kind that are to be seen with fash ionable sports clothing. THE PI MPS THE BOOTS. are made with narrow receding toe, Louis XVI wooden heel, cov- " ave an 8-inch top. Narrow ered, square edge turned sole, toe, Louis heel. Light welt ’■''V”* 1 ' » ls , !r, h sole, with ivory leather welt, ionod from one piece of Rein cloth, making it seamless except hole quartered. Lace with at the heel. $5. fast color agatine eyelets. $5. Hudson'*—fourth Floor—Woodward llullrtlng. 'V/m i ■ ' '-'l' »/ )r ■■ "^ Why Do Women Insist On Having Sports Stripes? W ould it be amiss to answer, Because GOOD stripes are so scarce? We know that the right kind are rare and that for tunate indeed is the woman who comes to this store for them. For here In an unusually Anew shipment ha* ju*t ar large range of rolor*. width* rived and our salespeople are of stripe* and pricing* to suit already cutting into them rap e\er> need. Idly. 39c to 75c the yard. If udsnn's— .Sreona Floor — Molb HutMlng. Now for a Great Big Saturday Rush! Just One Day More at This Low Price So many of our friend* phoned asking that we give them another day to take advantage of this astounding stove bar- gain. Here It i* — 1 for Saturday only ■y —. thi* dandy elevated HjiiJi Lf= over range that reg l b" 1 **■ t injrj •» Ularly *ell* for Id.. •' *' ill) * UI It* '9O. rom|tl ete I v equipped a* ahown In the picture; h t i ■ white oven and broiler door panel*, all the latest /jL,*' ’ V'c great .special save* p t i IV you II" if you act at ■ / ■ once. For Saturday, M s? 4-50 $2.50 Cash, Balance Eaey. Movie 's Outfitting Cos. 14— 'M5— 48~MtcAiQnn Mu?. Corn<?*~ of they he slaves of the dairy man? "If brute force were the world ruler Texas steers could stsmp'-de the human population of Texas Into the Gulf of Mexico!** "A Texas steer with a college education would never permit him self to be killed for roast beef" Woman Knocks. CHESTER. Pa., June 23.—Her at tention attracted by a noise In an Meteet Get the Round Package Ask For and GET J U.ed for V, Century. lAI/^ alUlfLlvfV THE ORIOIMAL Mmgfc MALTED MILK Made from clean, rich milk with thaOfr I | tract of select malted grain, malted in PUE | I own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions | infanta and children thrioo on it. Agrmma Mil i ' )] tha weokaat atomach of tho invalid or thm sgagi k Ji Naada no cooking nor oddition of milk. \4CEDAWDTBAVELE Rjyy Nourishes and sustains more than tea, coffee, eMk Should be kept at horns or when traveling- Anffh in tritious food-drink may be prepared in e momestk /SS^*CO A glassful hot before retiring induces rafrssMwp' 1J > f Q sleep. Also in lunch tablet form for business OMM *eI jMaIUO ! 4 L 1 * Substitutes Cost YOU Sama Prtaa Take a Paokßffo Homm tpMatts bedroom. Mrs John BrotVgl who is the guest of her aunt, J W. Simpkins of this city, loveatflS gated and found s man hiding Hdfl closet He had dressed nim»elf'|H one of Mrs. Simpkins’ nklrta 111 avoid detection. J Mrs Brown dragged the map Pgl rtf the closet and giving him sa WfM perctit under the ear knocked htgl down Then she sent for tbs ppH lice. - ad M/kltw New Sports Veil* They complete the sport* costume, addin? a delightful feminity in their graceful, floating lines to the plain little sports hat. White chiffons have wide hem stitched borders and stripes and coin spots, in rose. Copen, emerald and heliotrope. They axe 36x54 inches, $2.75 and 93 each. Motor veiling, 36 Inches wide, with one-inch *atin border, In all shades, 65c a yard. First Floor— Msln RtilMlnff Greal Bicycle Offer for Saturday Here"-, a bargain that will Interest both grown-up* and children. Thl* I* bicycle *eason and the growing demand already threaten* to iai*e the price*. Yet here i* out fainou* $30.00 "Eagle” lilcycle featured ai thl* amazing prize for Sat* utdav onl\ A sturdy wheel of *eam.en* mi eel tubing and ball a *■ a mm \ 1 r I I W ▼ t IJ i m row, the price i* JL m ~~ m only Easy Terms. PAGE 9