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.FRIDAY, JULY 1* , 191 « .
CHILDREN WE WORRY ABOUI Close confinement In school during the past winter, overstudy perhaps, an attack of the grip or tonnllltlN, 4otue one of these things la doubt less responsible for the condition of the child who shows a decline iu health now. What ure tho symptoms? Pallor itid languor, a tickle appetite, dark rings under the eyes, bronchial cold. Very often the best efforts of the fam ily physician fail In such cases and tho condltiou of the child causes the most intense anxiety. Cod-liver oil, so often prescribed, generally fails because the weak stomach is unable to digest fats. Try this treatment. Before break fast each morning give the child the juice of half an orange. After the noon meal give one of I)r. Williams* Pink Pills. Keep this up for a few ,days and then give one of the pills after the evening meal also. Weigh the child before beginning the treat ment and aguin after two weeks An increase in weight of from two to five pounds will show you that you •r« on ‘.he light track at last. Care is noceasary in the diet of the pa tient and it will be well to send to the Dr. Williams Medicine Cos., Schenectady. N Y.. for a diet book and the pamphlet, "Building Up the Blood.* Both are free. Your own druggist sells Dr. Williams' Pink Pills - -Adv. HUGE ARMY BILLPASSED BY SENATE Carries $314,000,000 for Land Arm of Service 00,000,000 VOTED FOR DEFENSE Total Subject to Revi sion In Conference With House WASHINOTuN. July 28.—Nearly $700,000,000 for natonai defenae In the fiscal year 1017 le the aggregate of proposed appropriations reached In the senate last night with the passage of the army appropriation bill carrying In round numbers $314,- 000.000 This gran a total for preparedness •till la gubject to revision, however, because the army bill will follow the naval bill Into conference, where reductions are probable, despite the firm attitude of President Wilson In supporting the liberal response of the senate to the call for adequate defenae. Army. $313,970,447.10 Navy, $318.826.843 88. Tori 1(1 cat lons (land), $25,748,050 Military academy. $2.238,328 57. Army and navy deficiency $27,- 559,34 8 05. Total, $685,343,017.27. As it passed the senate, the army bill exceeded the appropriations made by the bouse by more than $131,000,000 In the final hours of debate the senate agreed tn an ap propriation of $2,000,000 for relief of dependent families of National Guardsmen and regulsr army sol diers In service in the Mexican emergency Ibstrlbutlon of the fund Is left to the discretion of the sec retary of war, but In no esse shall any dependent family receive raoiv than SBO a month. An amendment agreed to yester dav giving soldiers on the border the right to vote In the field at the November elections was eliminated from the bill on a point of order Jnst before passage CAN DODGE THE CROWDS FRIDAYS AND MONDAYS "The *tearner linen operating on the Detroit river and the lakes are heing deprived of much business this year because thousand of per son are of the opinion that tho boats are loaded to cat»arlty every day of the week, ' said C. H Austin, general passenger a rent of the Ash ley g Dustin llr.«v Rerun**- «or »• amcr’i, :4 well as nil other rlv-r ,-nd lake excursion boats are usually llllfd to the pas senger allowance on Sundays, many Inquiries aro being made by per sons who want to know when Is the best time to tnko the cruise to Put-In Bay and Cedar Point. "We can assure everyone thut on Mondays nnd Fridays throughout the remainder of the summer the steamer Put-tn-Bay will pot be filled to one-quarter of Its passen ger allowance. No soriety, factory or fraternal excursions are sched uled for these days and a* a result persons who wish to go to the laks Krle resorts and ne assure*! that the eteamer will not be crowded should pjan to make tho trip on either Mondays or Fridays." JAPANESE CABINET IS NEAR FALL ny irytTun rnuta. ToKIO, July 28.- Resignation of the Okuma cabinet is said to be im ininent. Marshal Teranchl Is gener ally balleved to be slated to suc ceed Count Okuma aa premier. City News in Brief Tn,la)'a Hand ('unrrrlt. Mchmeman » Military band. Herman w Hellmeniau. director, renders the following program In i'hh* park In •he afternoon, beginning at 2. 30, and in Berrien park In the evening, be k• i*itink at b March, "Fort Dayton" (He It*); fantasia “Kin Marc-hen" • Ibohi, grand a«|e>-tlon from "IjS Travlata" l Verdi); dance descriptive. “iJh"Rt Dance" i Sall.-l-ury > ; mefndle* from "The Mride Klect" iHnuaa); overture to "T»nnhtu»<-r" (Wagner); walti, "Murmuring Winds" (Hill) air* from "Alma Vvher Do You Live" (Briquet), Star Spangled Banner. A shortage of laborer* on aernunt of the heat la reported hr the Par ker Brother* Cos, a c-»al concern employing a large number of ooal heavers. "The men don't like to work In hot weather.' *ald an of ficial of the concern. The psrrhril throat* of lawyer* aa4 Judaea, for the relief of whlrh the county auditor* provide Ice water In the courts are going unlrrlgat ed thl* weather on scoonnt of the shortage of Ice. Circuit Court Clerk e Oeorge Kruger declare* that the county building la entire ly without ice. The vacation of 35.000 employe* at the ord plant la mahtng nork for Marriage License Clerk Mat Kgari, for the automobile worker* are trooping to th« county clerk a of fice In laige numbers for marrlag* licenses "I'm averaging 16 to 20 extra licenses a day Just to Ford employes.” declared Fran. “They re all using their vacation to get married. The Weet Warren Resident*’ mm ■oelntlon mill held an estlsg to Bol* Blnnc. Aug 10 The occasion will lie known aa "West Warren” day About SIOO will be given tn prixe* This event is expected to he an annual on* and the commit tee in charge earnestly request* all members and frlenaa to lend their presence to the occasion Ticket* must be procured from members before the day set for the outing as there will be no tickets void at the boat POLICE ARREST QUARTET OF ALLEGED “DIPS” Grace Kenny, 28 years old. blonde and pretty, and Roso Burns, 20 years old. brunette, beautiful, stately and refined tn appearance, are In the women’s detention home, and John Kenny, 35 years old, No. 579 Cath crlne-st., and William Burks, 25 years old. of the Burns hotel, are locked up tr. central police station, charged with being pickpockets. The arrest es the quartet Is be llevcd by the police to clear up the mystery of the Identity of the gang of men and women pickpockets which has been "working" the street cars recently. The four wore arrested on St. \n tolne st. after they had left a Michl gan-Oratiot car. W. A Denier, for mer D. U. R detective, who lives tn Highland Dark, had seen the four board the car at Griswold st. and watched them. Their actions aroiis ed his suspicions and when they left the car he rode a block further, stopped the car and hurried back, calling Patrolmen Hertel, Fen'cn trager and Rathbun from a passing Raker car. When the alleged "dips ' saw Be nler and the policemen coming they ran. one of them throwing away a pocketbook containing SIOOO3 that afteu»ard was identified as the property of G. Mlcossnnzo, of Koose velt-ave , a passenger on the Gratiot car. A picture of the Kenny girl was found In the local "rogues' gallery,” nnd she admitted having been ar rested once before for a similar of sense The Burns girl refused to give her home address and claimed that she never had been arrested before. GERMAN BARON SAYS TEUTONS SHOULD LEAD ALL THE HAOI’TS, July 28.—" Neutral nations have only one means of leading a profitable existence—to submit to German guidance, which Is superior to all others from every point of view,* according to Prof. Baron von Stengel. The baron made this statement in writing to the Ihitch UactQat league, which had asked hla opinion as to the future of International taw. The haron la a professor In the University of Munich, Is considered by Germany one of her leading ex perts In International law, and whi one of the delegates to the flrat Hague conferonce. "The whole war up to date has shown that Gormanr has been chosen by Providence to lead all other peoples," the baron wrote. "We shall march at their head and bring them to abiding peace. F*or this mission we have the force, and also all the spiritual gifts, and we art the crown of the whole of clvlllzn tlon. "It la useless. In consequence, to discuss pacifist or any other Inter national plans The whole world, and especially the neutral nations, have only one means of profitable existence. It Is to submit to our guidance, which Is superior to all others from every point of view No people has more widespread or higher Ideals and sentiment than we, and no one under our rule need worry about their rights" NEW BOOKS IN PUBLIC LIBRARY The following new hooks have been received In th* nubile library’ •The Hats Breeders. Mrs U. It Aiken "Engineer In War." P S Bond, "Irish Orators." C c\ Bowers, "Morality of Nations," C. I* Burns; "Wild Flowers From the Mountain*, Canons and Valleys of California,' Mrs F. • » Clock, "Mushroom Grow* in*," B M Ungear. "Wlreles* Tele graphy anil Telephony," tV. If. Erclea. "Goblin* and I'a uodn n. .1. c Flsteher; 'Song of the O ins" tltthert Franks'i "Youth,” ,M»> llaihe, "Au tomobile Ignition, Starting and Mghtlng." C B Hayward; "Keeping In Condition," H If Moore, "Today and Tomorrow," C M Town*-, “dearchlights," H. A. Vachcll. Jim- Maker, ><». 210 Kllwt-st., reported to Ike police KrM<4> morning that thieve* entered IB* home through a window Thursday night and stole clothing valued at SIOO. John Steel*, president o t tke Detroit I<<1•• rn 11 11 of I Ml.or. will *|M-ak Kimilnv afternoon at 3 o'clock in tho War Against War exhibit. No. Its OrlawoTri-st. on "An expo»* <>f the preparedness propaganda.” Ml** I’aiillne Amtell, who ha* been ■ peaking dally In Ike War Against t\ nr exhibit. No. 199 iirtawißd-st., w ill speak upon the encroachment of militarism In the Dnlted State.* before all the labor local* of the city. The tleimar Put-In-Ray will leave tho Aahley A Dustin wharf at tke not of First-*t, iit | t 6 o'eloek Saturday evening, on a moonlight excursion Dancing In the ball room will begin 16 minute* before the steamer leave* th» dock. Fln- Nfl orchestra will play tVhll* ■ever,, I member* of the "* I’ le*»n re" olah participated In a nocturnal game ol draw poker in a suite in the Hotel Cadillac last Hunday night. It ha* been learned by the police, three masked men. armed with huge revolver*. "stuck up'' the gam-* and robbed the play ers of Their personal belongings after taking the "Kitty.” Plan* to rogaeot (bo nae of the liver front at Kort Warn* for a public I.Mthlng bo gab aro being formulated by the recreation oommtttee of the Welfare Managers' group of the Executive olub of the Detroit Board of Commerce. A temporary bathhouse would be built on the site it is said that the bench at Fort Wayne Is the best in th« city. Henry llnrrlaon Swan, former Judge of Ike t'nlft-d state* district court and a leading figure of the Detroit bar. who died In his home at Droaae Pointe, June 10, left no will His son. William M. Swan, was up pointed by Probate Judge Edward Pommitnd. Thursday, administrator of the estate. NINE PERSONS BITTENBY DOGS Intense Heat Hlanied In Every Instance; Animals Under Observation Reports wore received by the po lice of nine persons bitten by dogs Thursday. It Is thought the exces sive heat afTMCt -d the animal*, atul .n all c&scs the dogs were taken to the pound to be held under observa tion for 10 days to determine if they had m' i*-v John Woudenlieeler, No. 513 Me- Klngtry ave., was bitten on the left leg by a dog owned by Stanley Stevens, No. 575 iHifayette-ave., a.*- he was passing St event.’ house. Nine-year-old Frank Maeak, No. 151 Addison avo., wa: bitten on th,’ light b-g while playing in the street near his home. l’he dog, owned by Richard Goth-chad, No. 316 I*l timer are., was taken to the pound I A dog owned by Joseph I'ropat. ■ No. 155 Dortl&nd-gve., bit Frank ■Tajiasz, No. 155 Copeland ave. on the right leg. In a saloon at No. !2b9 Michigan avr-., Alex Daflick. No. P3l Vine wood ave., was bit it n by a dog owned by Antony Bertram, pio prietor of the place. Aubrey Yen it-. No. 1 or»2 Hamilton blvd , was bitten |.y a dog owned by Charles Kan it, No. lUS Haiuil ton-ave., ns he wau pa-ing in from of No 231* Ixithrop-ave. Others bitten were Mrs. M Welse. 70 years old, No. 4'2 Greeley-st.; John Venabb-t, *;3 year.; old. No. 571 Antoine-st., T< afll Tw'asni* w lex, 40 years old, No 300 Linden st., and Russell Hurley, seven years old. No. 158 Thornton st. In all cases the victims were tak en to nearby physicians nnd the wound* cauterized to prrvi nt Infec tion. “JIMMY” BURNS IS GIVEN RING BY HIS FRIENDS James D. Bums, proprietor of the Hotel Ste. Claire, was happily sur prl»/d by a number of hts friends. Thursday night, when they rnlled at the hostelry and presented him with a diamond ring, tho occasion being his fifty-first birthday. Judge William F Connolly made the presentation speech, and. In re sponding. the recipient snid his friend* oottld repeat such pr< Menta tion "every other Hunday ” About 30 couple* fat down to a bountiful spread In the Ste. Claire dining room. Berlin has registered 107.909 alien residents. 1 akf: a.m» hivmi vtkankrn '*■** Slrmsfr t llr of Tnl*«lo Foot of (.rlnunlil At., h p. m. Kknrp, city tlm*. Flur»Ta famous Orrhrxtra for ditto IrtK on the steamer nnd a full to-ur at Huftnr l«tand. Tickets Only 50c No TJqoors Allowed. Whit* Mar Line. DETROIT TIMES BEVIVAL IS GAINING IMPETUS Organization Plans Are Developing Rapidly SOCIETY WOMEN TO TAKE PART Mrs. George Marshall Heads Committee On Women’s Work The personne* of Billy Sunday's organization will range from women of Detroit’s society world to labor b'aders, all of whom are joining the pre-revival work that Is dolly gath ering impetus for the opening of the services Sept. ]0 In the Ortndley field labemaicle that will seat 10,000. Mrs George Marshall, prominent ly Identified with Y. W. C. A. work, has announced her acceptance of th-i (It airmanship of the general committee on women’s work, an Im portant division of the Sunday co horts. The local chairman of the central department, which deals witli the women employed in offices, depart ment stores and down town chops, will be announced soon. A socially prominent Y. \V. C. A. worker 1* considering this position. Antagonism to the revival, which found expr<*«Bion in Detroit Federa tion of Labor meetings not long aft er the coming of the er-haseball player evangelist «at announced. Is declared by Dr. Isaac Ward, of the Sunday organization party, to be simply manifestation of the activ ities of the liquor elem *nt In labor circles, which have appeared In oth or cities where revivals have lxen held. Only union men ate employed on the 1 a(>« rnacle now being erected In Grlndlev field. Joseph Spieve, the tabernacle builder, ts a union leader of reputation. His three head fore men all carrv cards and are advo cates of unionism. “While some tabernacles havo be en erected by persons about to take part In the campaign, Mr. Sun day believes In giving the carpen ters a chanoe.*’ said Dr Ward. "And he employs no one but union car penter*.” G*-orge Marquis Sunday, son of “Billy" Sunday, and I>r. Ward will both f-peak Sunday at a Bible con ference at Orion. Miss Grace Saxe, revival class teacher who con duct.- prayer meetings, Is expected to arrive In lArtradt Saturday, and also will speak Sunday at Lake Orion Many of the prospective local leaders will attend this meet ing. These numbers of the Sunday party will addres:- a gathering of the district and c ectlon leaders Monday night in the Westminster Presbyterian ehurrh. Father to Take Orders from Son. WASHINGTON, Pa . July 28. -W. K. Bridget, 50, accompanied his two sons. Sergeant Fred Bridges and Private Thomas A. Bridges, of Company H. Tenth Infantry, to the mobilization camp at Mount Gretna He became imbued with the war rplrlt and enlisted as a private nn der his son, the sergeant, and will take orders from his won. His wife and one son are at the Bridge* home' Sergonnt FYed Bridges 1b a well-known Washington and Jeffer son football player. LAKE tIIJER STEAMERS. $5-;^ sS. "mW Mmh mm t • —Moo fjfx y tkwiwmv. • p. iu. .rx^*H!dgg i Ta -ki MOONLIGHT Oft BIG STEAMER Put-in-Bay DANCING IN BALLROOM SATURDAY I Si4o *. m. I IU) rents ».AKH AMI RrVRH ATKAMKH*. UKK AND RIVKH HTBAMKH.I ISliie '26 CIRCULAR TOUR <261 ■ looludtn* VeoU *od Itarth. 9 DETROIT TO SAULT STE. MARIE, MACKINAC V ISLAND AND CHICAGO 5 Day Vacation—9so Mile All Water Trip Every fcUwtiT—os3o A. M. and B P. M. srIS?I Mratt »• "pf° oiw. Buff*l« to ■ uovoland oi>4 Uiw hows.. *«ow*4 ad mmj point Tri* n.»r |, •tinTfiJ! - ls «•*■» Sr •< OlvrteA nokHi on •*!• ■ . T lr ** ,r . °yj ri g*»—ThA»« At*. 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Victor Red Seal Record 64839. Ten-inch, sl. McCormack sings the noble “Prize Song” Mabel Garrison heard in two delightful numbers Hungarian music by Olga Munkacsy’s Orchestra and 77 others, including 2 delightful marimba band selections 8 excellent instrumental trios and duets 4 exquisite ’cello solos 2 old negro spirituals 6 tuneful dance records 4 sparkling musical comedy numbers 4 attractive band numbers 10 admirable concert songs 2 interesting pianoforte solos 2 amusing Mark Twain stories 22 highly popular tongs 6 records for the kiddies Hear iheao now Victor Hocorda today at any Victor daaiara- Ha will gladly givo ywe a com- Plata descriptive list and play any mualc you wish to haar. Thar* ara Victors and Vlctrolas In great variety of etylea from flO to (400. Victor Talking Machine Cos., Camdan, N. J. Important warning. Victor Record# can be aaWy and aatlalbctarOy ptayad aoty "Wi Victor Nmodlmm or Tonfm-tono Sty tom oo Victor# or Vlotrolaa. 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