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THURSDAY. JUNF 29. 1916.
GIVES UP BUSINESS TO FIGHT “Tq Hell With the .Shop,” Says Frank Orlando ENLISTMENTS ARE VERY BRISK Battery C Expects to Go to Camp, Thurs day Theie't* one soldiers wire in De troit who mailt* no • fTort to prevw.it tils going to serve I'ncle Sam in the present crisis She is the spouse of Lieut. Frank H N Grant, wlio at present is recruiting tor Battery C, In the ha stone ut of the armory. When the t ail came, and the lieu tenant, who saw sfrvice in the Third Field artillery of the regular army, expressed his Intention of joining the troops, his wife told him not to hesitate between love and duty "Your duty lies there, on the lior der." she said, "and I II love you all the more, If possible, for standing by the flag” Lieut Grant, who has papers from Washington stating he is quali fled for a commission as an officer of volunteers. says recruits are com- Ing in fast at the armory. While a Times reporter was present. Wed nesdav morning. Frank Orlando, ■whose barber shop at No I‘i Fort at. east, has long been patronized by the elite of that locality, rushed Impetuously In to announce that he bad decided to sacrifice everything to serve his foster I’nclo Samuel. “Everything I give up.” he ex claimed "This Is mv country To bell with business when tny coun-1 try calls I take my razors, and Wy shears, and maybe I get a Chance to shave and cut the hair nf the soldiers. If I lose my gun I fight with my razors There is no good Mexican only a dead Mexican I am going after them me, Frank Orlando* For six months 1 serve in the Red Cross at Tripoli.” Signor Orlando asked Lieut Grant arh-i hr was liable to he called •way —-Any time." was the reply. “All right. 1 am ready, hut I would like to get in another Saturday. That is the barbers big day. you know." ' The old headquarters upstairs ar** deserted by all save Mis List Beckhissinger, known ns “the little major ” “It will be terribly lonely around Labor Chiefs Defy Railroads; Will Not Arbitrate Jr ' v _ m ••■' . H» T' 1 OH Vw' "V ■■»~w . ''v’-;'ijfi w> . •> W^^KSSt WARREN BTONE (Top). TIMOTHY SHEA (Balow). Warrrn Stonr, grand rhirf rngl rrr of thr Rrothrrhood of vr Englnrrrr, and Timothy Shra. talatant prraidrnt of thr Brothrr- Jod of lxK*omotlvr Flrrtnrn and nglnrtnrn. arr among thr m**n who amrd thr rrfuaal of thr railway nployra to afbltratr brforr thr In ratatr commrrrr rommlaalon thr Amanda whlrh thr wrorken* harr adr on thr railroad companlra. hry want an right-hour day and mr and a half for orrrtlmr work. here wh« n the) take those dogs I away,’* said she, mournfully. "Willi | neither soldiers nor dogs. I shall feel quite alone." Capt. Jules Herman, the real es tate dealer, who obtained a Mv days* leave of absence from Gray ling, and who arrived home Tues day morning, was called hack to Camp Ferris by telegram, Wednes day morning % The meinb* rs of Battery C expect ed to receive orders to move Wed nesdav, but non* came, and now they believe they will entrain for Grayling not later than Thursday. DEADLOCK IN CONGRESS CALKS 0. S. Wilson Neces sity For Action On Militia Measure APPROPRIATIONS PRESENT PROBLEM Bonds May Be Issued to Cover Cost of War WASHINGTON. June 2*.—His power to call National Guardsmen into Mexican service paralyzed for •lie time by the congressional dead lock. President Wilson is expected today urgently to request leaders of both houses to get together and adopt a draft resolution. While the two houses are fighting over whether to pay the dependents of family men who must leave for the front, or to exempt such men from service, nrim officers in charge of the Mexican situation are unable* to make plans Meantime. Chairman Hay. of tl: house, and • halrman Chamberlain of the senate military committers, each endeavored to get presidential support of his side of the contro versy. Leaders have practically agreed that if war w ith Mexico results, con gress will remain in session, dc.-pite the anxiety of members up for te election to get home to their cam paigns chatrmnn Stmmons, nf the* senate flnan< c committee, b« lieves this necessary so that troop move ments may he authorized, volunteer acts passed, and appropriation* made as called for. The lat*er phase appeared of in creasing Importance today dm* to! President Wilson s desire to pay for the war out of current funds. Con grossional leaders had favored a bond issue of s:»n.ooo,nnn, which once issued and sold, was though* to he sufficient to pay all hill- until at least congress reconvenes next i fall IgjLAC^ ■ mC 5 s s Let Old Glory Fly From Your House on the 4th I Everyone ought to show his colors on the Ith of July— ought to show his pride in Old Glory. Get a Fla# W o have a flap (3x5 with (» foot pole and bracket) for you and all we ask in return is that you open an at*-* count with us—a $5 deposit will do—and that you leave it in de posit for three months. We pay 3 interest. Start Saving Now There never was a more logical time io save money. Federal State Bank 143 Griswold St. :+Mm+ The Evening Story bach to Her Desire. Copyright. 1»1«! By M. Werner.) The first rush of the noon hour vias Just over and the owner of a popular downtown te.a room motion ed her head- waitress to a secluded corner. As their eyes wandered over the six or eight occupied t hies. she announced softly: *1 can’t make It out for the life of mel It has been going on how for more than a week —and some of my very best patrons, too. It is past my un derafanding" She looked across the room and then at the head waitress as if for Information "I’ve questioned the girls," an swered the younger woman, "and they say they have shown every at tention possible, blit the queerest part Is that they are all so set about It Now, she has been coming here two years," with a slight Inclination of her head toward a large w’oman tn blue broadcloth, "and I usually Know what will tempt her. but Mon day she Insisted on two orders of creamed potatoes. She hasn’t taken potatoes for months, and not anoth er thing would she have Day be fore yesterday she demanded toma toes. and nothing else, and she ate every slice, too. And what do you suppose she ordered today? Five slices of buttered toast, and she’s eating the last piece now " Then after a pause, "It’s so unaccountable that I've been keeping track of some of the tables." The two looked at ea<h other as if for explanation, and then shook their heads, “The girls in the kitchen are near lv frantic," the head waitress went on. "what with double orders and things giving out and then other things that have always taken well cot being asked for at all The crearm-d chicken with mushrooms has given out twice In a week, and a fresh vegetable is sometimes order ed three times by one person, with not a single thing to go with it And there is no telling what some of them may demand tomorrow. Th* desserts are going begging, though otic woman did take two orders of The logical place to obtain your drug f Corner 'N We save you at least 15 ff on all pre store needs. High in QUALITY and [Grand River scriptions. Compounded by regis exceptionally low in prices. I & Griswold | tercel pharmacists only. 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Puff FREE DETROIT TIMES apple pie ala mode and made her lunch off (hat alone." "Look there! They' are going to do It *kgaln today," and the proprie tress put Her hand nervously on the head waitress' arm. At one table four women, who had apparently finished eating, rose as if by ctffeumon impulse aud stood each by her chair, and the four rallied on as easy and lively a conversation «K if seated at home In rocking chairs with their embroidery. “It is almost weird," whispered the head waitress. “Yesterday two women stood beside their chairs and read magazines for fully 15 or 20 minutes It makes me feel creepy to look at them—they look so like martyrs doing some kind of pen anec. One woman stood the other day until I thought she would faint, and then .another thing, it Is most disttacting at the rush hour Some of them come early, and they are standing and holding the places Just at the time when we need all the fables we can get,’* "You can't get them to move, either." she went on In a whisper. "Yesterday I saw a woman —the one who has ordered the luncheon for eight on Thursday—standing so long that Anally I went over to her and asked if there was anything she wished She Just glared at me and then looked at her watch and said she couldn’t go for Id minutes." "Mercy! Don’t ofTend her.” gasp ed the proprietress. “She Is one of nty very oldest customers. We will have to let her stay all afternoon if she wants to. I couldn’t afford to lose her." At a table In the corner of the room a short, meek looking little wo man put on her gloves, nnd then, with her hands at her sides, look her position behind her chair and apparently relinquished all thoughts of going At another table two women lunched sumptuously, one from a plate of potato salad and the other ftom a huge plate of lettuce, neither offering the other any and each to all appearances perfectly satisfied with her own choice. At another table a large woman laid an do her napkin, and going over lo a plump voting girl who had been standing for some time by her chair, said, “I guess my walking this far in Choice Boxes Johnston’s Nut «i 25 Clusters 1 Johnston’s Extraordln- SI.OO ary 1 Gilbert’s Ass’d Choco- eA lates OUC Huyler’s Black and SI.OO White Pkg 1 Morse’s Master- SI.OO piece 1 SATURDAY ONLY Bunte’s Cocoanut But- oq tercups, lb £UC Bunte’s Fancy Hard 00 Goods, lb 4uUC Bunte’s Happy Home QQ Mlx’t.. 3 lb. Jar UOC 5c Milk Chocolate Bars. 1A 3 for lUC H 10,000 GEN. GEO. W.’S Just In— H 6,000 SEN. EVARTS Fresh Off the Bat We will shoot these out in a hurry at Q $1.39 Per Box of 50 I*J We carry a full line of imported W Cigars of quality TOILET SPECIALS 2.%* Xanltat i iy Face Powder I 1C •Mle .Into on Itlne Powder i)i7C Mr Pnlm Olive Od Fare I'nod.r I)4C 2.V- «<inlhh*' -S 7 Tilrum Powder 1 4C HO. Palm Olive 07 Vnnl.hlni ( ream *) I C 2!W> Saaltal -a 7 Fare f ream I 4 C 25e Snßltnl 1 7 ( Aid (ream lIC Ingram 1 . Milkweed D" I * (ream . o.)C*4*lC 2V «AAlfAl TAAlfc | 7 Psnte tr rnmt.r 1 1C 2Ar Knlyaa* Tooth 1 7 Pa«te 1«C Mr PeheCA Taath d<) Pamte . tluf wotj't count against me. It is much more pleasant to stand with home oiio than stand by one’s self." ’ Do you suppose it's a game of some sortwhispered the head waitress "Or a secret society?" added her fill plover. Tin ti they gasped as they heard the older woman say, "You are very foolish to be doing It? you are Just right ,ts you are." "Oh. no, fm not," smiled the girl “You see, I’m Just like mother, and she jnsists on my doing it.” She looked at her wrist watch and said, "I have an engagement in 10 min utes hut 1 still have 15 minutes to stand" At another table two women eyed the menu critically, and Anally ons remarked: “I haven’t had rice foi so long, and 1 am so fond of it." and said to the waitress: "Bring me two orders of rice,” while the other thought for a moment and then remarked: "I am going to break over today and have more than one thing Bring me some creamed chicken and a tomato salad " "I would rather do this than stand." observed the one who gave the rice order, "and. anyway, you know 1 wouldn’t have the time, for I only have a half hour at noon." As the waitress started to All her glass she ordered her to take It away. "1 might be tempted to drink aome," she observed, while her companion said “They do say that no water works wonders ” The proprietress and the head waitress stood motionless, one look ing searchlngly from table to table as if to solve the question, and the other apparently lost in thought. Fi nally. as though an electric shock had passed through them, the four women who were standing together gathered up their belongings and moved toward the cashier's desk. The woman in blue broadcloth, having finished her toast, joined them and. recognizing several ac quaintances, remarked "I may take to standing inyself in a few days, hut then I've only tried eating just one thing at a meal for two weeks, so it hasn’t had a fair trial yet." One of the four said: "Oh, l am sure you would like standing I eat everything 1 want and just as much Johnson’s Mixed SI.OO Nuts X Johnston’s Brazil Nuta in SI.OO cream, lb JL Johnson’s Treasure $1.50 Box 1 Johnston’s Innovation Sweets OUC Johnston's Special SI.OO Aaa'd X 80c Chocolate Covered fQ Nuta. lb DUC 60c Dixie Twiat Sticks, aa 2 lb. box DUC 60c Chocolate Covered aa Pineapple, 1 lb box DUC "mm 19c .*M»e l.lnter'n Mnnge 07 ( tire O 4 C Mr Pa rial* n «\m «a«e ,J4c TV Plnaud'a PA Mias OBc 2V Saaltal nbmtig 1 7 Xllrk ar Faam lIC ‘Xle Pern,ldr 1 7 (ream lIC S*r lemgre OQ Oaltlmee OtlC TV stearate nf aa Fine ZUC Idr Palm 1111%e n •aap 4 c IV Jergrnn \ Inlet and fi. 50ap....... 4 C 2V Paeker’a « e Tar Snap lt)C JV Realnnl 1 n a* I want, and It Ik »o much nicer than having to deprive one's »eir.' One as Khe opened her handbag announced: "Well, there it l nothing .like exercise. Just whenever you think of it, and any part of the bod> which 4b most convenient. I juat ex erci.se whenever to me When waiting for the car you can move your arum or do it whenever >ou have a spare moment. I read that one of our famous actresses does this, and keeps herself down wonderfully." "Oh. try rolling." suggested an enthusiastic one. "I'm doing It as well as standing, and 1 like It so much." "Oh. I did that for two weeks." the other answered, "and It made me dreadfully seasick. 1 had to give It up." "Well, I'd certainly try standing. ’ argued the last one. as she passed through the door. "I knowr 1t will reduce you. I read that a certain ruler of Europe who doesn't like stout people has ordered all »he fat ones in his couri to stand 20 min utes after earh meal And I'm sure I am going to give it a fair trial." "To reduce themselves!” murmur ed the proprietress as she sank into a chair the head waitress pushed forward. "A sort of anti-fat league or down-with the-acaleß movement.” And she looked over to where the plump young girl and her companion were conversing pleasantly, drew her hand across her eyes and said: "Well, anyway, it's a relief to know what they are doing It for. It eases m.v mind considerably." A thin, nervous looking woman who had been waiting her turn n> the desk laid down her money ab sently and remarked in n dazed tone as if to reassure herself that she had heard correctly: ".Just eating one thing at a meal! Why, I'm doing that to get fat," and wrent slowly out, a worried look upon her face. The Crowning Virtue. Mrs l.ongv ed —During our entire married life my hush; nd and I have never had a serious alterenlioii. Mrs .1 u«t wed —l.ove like than is wonderful. Mrs. f.ongwed—Tx>ve, nothing' Relf-controJ. ■r^mpoßr |pß njir-KU*. o-r I'are I'imilrr 0»)C Talcum Powder lljtr-Kl** fljt rt(r Powder, <>■ ... 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SPADE Cut runners off tomatoes, melons and squashes or they will do more in the way of vines than fruit. Carrots, parsnips and salsify need little rare In the way of cultivation, hevond keeping ihe weeds down, or in sprinkling Their large roots are far below the surface l.ate potatoes need cultivation and guarding against the Insect enemy. Watch for smut, a fungus growth on the corn tassel. Cut it off and destroy it. All in the Day's Work. In a towm of Maryland one Bill Morton appeared before the post master one morning and the follow ing colloquy occurred: "Morning. Mr. Post master." "Morning. Bill." "Has Tom Moore been in for his mail yet?” "No." "Will you be here when he comes?" "I guess so." "Well, when he comes in will you tell him that, on his way from the cheese factory I wish ly»'d stop and get that pig of Herman Stutz's and take it down to Henry Parker's and tp|l Henry I said he could have it In Rayl’s Big Tool Room rn ■ *■“ "*■' Machinists' 6*in. tempered Z ly scale in leather case, 32c. One lot of these Hammers. all sizes, 39c. This combination plier, 23c. End Wrench, 6-inch forged and warranted, 43c. Cement workers’ tools, edgers and jointers, 45<>eCch. Seven-inch Genuine Washita Oil Stones, one lot at 33c. The Esco Motor Lock, Locks gaso- IHHHtai line, f tery, mag neto. Come and see this wonderful lock. Installed for $12.00. No stolen cars. Klaxon Hand Horns, $4.00. G. and J. Tires and Tubes. Leaky radiators repaired with “Stay-Fix," 35c can. Auto Running Board Mats, $1.25. f Special sale Sporting Goods. Listen! $7. .$8 and $9 Mitts at half price. Louis ville Slugger Bats. 58c. $4.50 Club Uni forms. $2.95. Special Tennis Racket, $2.00 for $1.33; $1.50 for $1.12; $1.25 for 98c; SI.OO for 78c. Steel .Casting .Rods, $1.50 for $1.12. Bass Minnows, 50c for 29c; 75c for 48c. $1.50 Shakespeare Reel for sl.lß. Ball Bearing Roller Skates, 81.00. Kodaks! Films developed, 10c. **' Special sale $1.50 Thermos Bottles for $1.19. $2.50 Thermos Lunch Kits for $2.18. * ■ Clean-cut sale Couch Hammocks, $6.00 for $3.95. SIO.OO for $7.50.. $15.00 for $11.25. $19.00 for $14.25. -jj. - This glass door Oven, Smaller size, plain Pr wCftf door. 98c. Special! /dm) Two-burner Gas Plates for small cooking, regu upy Elgin cr The . Optimus Oil ( ' as ' yachts or camping, goes in box T. B. Rayl Cos. 3 Grand River East. |f| Money to Loan on Improved Real Estate ©The Detroit Savings Rank has assets of over seventeen million dollars; it is the Oldest Rank in the State of Michigan. Detroit Savings Bank Main Office, Penobscot Pudding. OFFICER* P C. l'.lamtte? I‘realdenl Charle* \ Vice-President tleorit<- S PaKei < '.»*hier Thom** F Hh»m !>• K. A•»•.»>uni ter Jamrr II 1 tol*rn> . AaAlrt.int • aat >•/ Fdt«- .1 Supt Pritneh Hank* Draw the earth around the- leeMH to blanch them, and five sitiiigfl ful cultivation to the onions. * Set out lalp cabbages in cant spot in the garden Summer lettuce needs caret. v|M| you have the Cos varieties, the Mtjßj leaves must be drawn up end tlgS together at the top to blanch tb#l|B ner leaves- ; Lettuce and other cool sOMMH crops should be protected from hed midsummer sun by screens of cheeat cloth or paper, which may be re moved during the afternoon. for that single harness even up, If * he’ll tlx up that bridle and throw, in then) russet lines instead of tIM " old black ones; and If he woo* trade, tell Tom to bring the pig I down to my place and put it In thft extra pen. and be sure and shot that door to the henhouse, or all the chicken’ll get out. Sure there ain't no mail? Morning, Mr. Poets master.” "Morning. Bill."—N. Y. Times. , J . . j Unusual Experience. Mrs. Ttotter—This world Is eo en 1a 11 a place after all! Why, trhlle traveling in Australia I ran acroea two of my chi!.lren, In charge of their governess! 11l II F.I’TOR a T , *ii) F Pi»Rl*y David .• I'x.ter • har|e«. \ lo.in I* i* ItfJan.nt«*r l*i. .1 l. T l >it iirmt .lt*hn M I•«. er Str!Hlte»tn Mendrla P... 1 e.| il.flk'l i'h i p i* v, M’liajo. Sidney T WtTor Fran* la Palm* Jerome 11 nemt.'k PAGE 3