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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916.
4) ***• mtooomot ® THE GOAD OF JEALOUSY CAST OF CHARACTERS TOM OLCOTT. who conduct* a physical culture achool, at which wealthy patients are treated. OLIVE HALE, nurse Is hospital, who Is of a Jealous disposition. She becomes the wife of Tom. MINNA BLAIR, assistant In the physical culture school, later the wife of Henry Wilkins. HENRY WILKINS, broker, hus band of Minna Blair. T>>m Oloott msrrles Olive Hale, a nur»# wh i .-ar**»l for him In tIM tkOS t 11«1 when h«* wsi* lnjur»*t hy a fell In hla physical culture school She 1e Ineenely Jealous of him amt suf fei* keenly when she eves him jive Instruction to his woman pupils Minna Hlalr, Tom s pretty aeslstant at the physical culture school, s»« the one clou<l on their hospital ro mance amt Olive Is marie happy hy Mlsa Hltttr " marruse to Henry Wil kins. s broker Minnas marrlaae turn* out unhappily »n<l when inn find* herself a nervous wreck she ee to Tom for fr*stm«»tit at his rhv»lcßl culture achool Olive, al lowing all her former Jealousy to return wh»n *h<- sees Mrs WllKtus. Is fresilnsly p»llte to her Once outside, Olive broke Into a ran. Nor did ah** pause until she w.'ws in her own room bohind locked doors. Throwing hereelf face down ward on the tw*d she yielded to a spa on of wild weeping All li*r olden Jealous) had once more |xr».««-Heed her at right of Minna This woman, whr hnd < rus cd i!n nrls* , nal l reach let ween OUR SICCK* 0 MAKT 300 M KM N:W eOODS 545.00 Do fold $ Q *} 50 n '?d Davenport.... c/«^=== THIS handsome piece nf fur .... .. _ _ mrure, which can he con ms « r ir++w- w verted into h full hlihl b« and with l V _ two mm lona, in made of genuine V N it* 11 ~' L quarter sawed Oak with beauti Wr ft if* fill round quarter «nwed Veneer Pont*, ond I ■ > | beautiful grade of brown Imlta "on Spanish I-est t her nf war g.'•* * 8 “Hf . . ranted wealing quality You I'* B -f- <t -1 should have one in >our home *-V he prepared for the unexpe* i I, i ed guest, particularly so at thia j low price. £29 Adam Bros. Chiffonier £18.75 TIUS Is but one of ( the great num U J . her of chiffoniers In j L redden oak, clrcas i [ m ! 1 ' i 1 ’:! sian walnut, genuine JU* 1 l mahogany, antique -1 1 -jy Ivory nnd bird’s-eye J*| maple (fiat enter ln- I 'f| ,n August ll' I II at prices pro- I ! f- lll portlonately as low !| PH r r * a M one, which has font 1 " "■[ I la * r drawers with jl ■ * r'fi If large French plate 9 I beveled mlrrrtr In !K i! K I golden oak or ma lt H uj hogany finish others to match any design S i de-icer S 1A.75 Refrigerators ■* ” =— Olive and Tom. was now to he an Inmate of their hour*; free to see and talk with -and possibly mak* love to—Ton*, every hour of every day! Ollve’ii grief gave place to wrath. For a moment ah* viu minded to go to Tom and bid him chooso between her and this Interloper. But prldo retrained her; prldo and a ahAme lest Tom discover she had broken her promise. Hhe struggled for self control, deciding to say nothing; hut to watch the couple without rousing their suspicions end make certain whether or not her fear* were Justified As she formulated this resolve she got up. crossed the room to the washstand and began to bathe her redly swollen eye*, A tap at the deor roadel her turn the key In the lock. Tom came In. "What ailed you,” ho asked, "to run away like that, without even a word of welcome for Minna' Fhe's hurt at the way you greeted her. She thinks vou dor.'t wart her here Hut Ive « xplained to her how nb surd that notion Is Your eyes look as If you'd bees, crvlng.” "I —l have an unbearable hcad ach*," replied Olive, 'Tvs l.,id it all day. I cam* to the office to got you to give mr some medicine f.»r It Hu* I dldn i like to speak to >ou about It l»efore n stranger That Is why I came a-vsy so suddenly " 'T'fn sorrv'” said Tom all his re erntment dying nit at thought r f her suffering "Waif a minute a;,. Plain Price Tickets / SI 15.75 Adam Bros. Design, August Sale Price %J |PI! li !) ft |i 1 I -IP It fr 1 ’T? : a l I , I E p ! —.... wrj' , i —Vy\ P t y t P- The entire ft;- pieces are exactly as you see them pictured above. THIS suite is an exact Adams Bros, design. Tin-: r*gui»t price of th . nit. i* si ir, t." This built in one of the leading factories of * ' "hat n'' • '*! i< »' ><>u it in •; . , wa bought in th>- regular wav at any store at any this country famous for its high grade work- rime .n. , ,i IM! »», . \u i t sale, during which man-ship anti the,superior finish given all its "’j 1 ,M 1 ;‘ r ' unusual pro. i $7 ■ - for the entire four pier* In entlque ivory, high furniture. lighted flnb’t, Just as you see ft pictured. a CLve. i'll get you *oui*'tbing for the head.” ; lie left the room, toming back a little laier with a stoppered phlu. in his hand. "Tike half a *<isioonful of thl-< In a glas- of water,” he said, hand- I Ing her the Imtile. "And if the head b n’t well in two hams you can luke another doe® of the Mime hire. But don’t take mere than *hat * "Why ru»t?” she a«ked. listlessly, eyeing the phial, "Is It dangerous?" "It's a heart del rensant,” he said, "like all coal-tar product a. For In stance, a tablespoonful of It would . probably put your heart out of bust j ness for ever So he careful." Olive lnok*-d at the phial with a new Interest. She put It on a shell behind her washstand among some other medicine bottles, telling her huwhand she would take the pre scribed dov e of If as soon an a maid could bring some teed water in which to drink It. And Ir. the stress of the next few days she temporar ily forgot the phial’s existence i*or. with Minna’s arrival, life at the Institute took anew turn. Minna declared that she would net much better rest and recreation by help ing Tom with hi* other patients than hy lolling nil day In bed So to Ills dHlght ah* lnatoih-d herself at hi* very capable a saint an t. This naturally meant that he and she were frequently clo*et#l togeth er in his oflVc, consulting about the various cases or mapping out new lines of treatment. And OlhreV cup of Jealous wretchedness w.ii filed to overflowing Once Minna raid to Tom In Impulsive enthusiasm over her new work "I'm r o happy lure with you! I never will go hack to him' Never'" And Tom, touched by her words, answered: "You know' how much I think of 1 you. Minna. But you mustn't make 'any revolutions you’ll berry I ir' Ti e diM following thi hirtn’et.-. dialogu* Tori and Mint i we,-. it • tin-' »; tli* offer C k ieviewing 2%in. Post White En- £ ,QE J? amel or Gold Finish /'ed T"*HKSR bods are to h< seen In r Wayne Street window.-, ill HI [| ritey .re by far th' mo>t b* au J I I II I 1 I liful steel b*'ds ever brought to t 'tT'x\ our tintoe, and b» <;• > sli«»> ar< i A — J hfTmnn l,ut on ' ,li ' ,f v 'Kht Os an / | ' 1 l |I j ordinary iron I>. *1 Tltev have ; /* l ; I ItL *• Ittrge corner post mounts, and |j fc two Inch * en * * r filler . with two 1 [ - Inch fop and bottom * tils A ?■**• markable Auguat Sale value at DETROIT TIMES some of me exerci: * aim dev (lop- Kit;i i ihatt , wln n the (hot of llm oiliec ,va. f!’in.; opt n <iiui u man stamped no!.- il; into tin* loom un anno iiu e . Tin ttranyer «a burly a.ttl thick set, and iis dark fate seem* A <at ven in a perpttual scowl \t sight of him Minna sprung to h*i feet. "llcnr>'!" she carped iti ulaiiu. "Mr. Wilkin-," said "I * ni, coldly, "U Is m> (’iiston to nice* vi-lior :*< tin reci pilou room, not in for*- ll you cum** to - ee your wife—" ••Yes.” niervened Wilkins, rpenk ing almost Incoherently In his an | ger, ”1 did com* here to re* Hi) wife. 1 cam* to sec you, 100. I-ooL at this letter! 1 gut it In t hi morning’s mail. ’ He '.Jammed down upon the desk a sheet of paper on which, in a palpably disguised hand, were writ ten tin 1 word* "Home husband.- are wl-,e. Th< y wntch iloir wives Some husband arw fools They let their wives get out of i heir sight. If you are you will take your wife away from the Oloott in»tl'uto. ”ONL! WHO KNOWS.” ”Wha'. 1* the .nitonifig of this?’’ demanded Tom, tossing aside th< snor.yir.oim not* with an exclam' tion of contempt. “It means you are trying to steal rny wife from me ’ Hared Wilkin - "It means she- —’’ “Henry!” pleaded Minna, in fright Hhe dune to rein's iu-tq terrifUd n- her l.ut-nand rirode toward them N'To of tli»- threi* n<vie«j that Olive had come into Hie ofllce drawn by *he lou l vole* of Wilklm. and tlia* -he \v,( taring wrnthfnlly at Min n.< who 11 clung to Tom Tom gftiily t:<- -d himself from Minna.- rl.r-p and hum' her bellin 1 him i.s Wilkin* boro d< wn upon Hi* in. “You r<re drunk or insane. Mr •\ Iklns," old rorn. "In either ca.-» —’’ "in either rise,'* bellowed Wil kin. . "I’m going to thrash the cur who tole m> wife from me. IK made a bull-rush hi Tom. The latt*r, with ridiculous ease, eluded th<’ clumsy attack, and. wiih a quick half arm Jolt -cut Wilkins sprawling on Hie rug. Wilkin- was up again at once and i ciuirg. <1 Ms nimbler foe, only to find I him** If o< ft 1 v caught in a "double I N* 1 on" that left him powerless and . i linking Now then," Mksd Tom, "will you r.o, or shall 1 b:eak va»ur nock? I leave the choice entirely to you." Before Wilkins could sputtor a re ply Olive tepp*-(i forward from the doorway. Straight up to tlio trem ling Minna she cam*. "Kenve til I-v house at once,” she ordered hhriliv. TX) you hear me? (lo!" "Olive!" c:1«t Tom This womau goes,’* flashed his wife, "or I po!" ' I’ll go! I’ll go'” whimpered Min > "Oil, lam so rorry, Mr Olcortt. "do!" rei>eated Olive, her far* white, her eyes burning with rage. ■*ft§k KALAMAZOO an . silos Galvanized Steel Door Frame. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Also Complete Line of Cutters SPECIAL PRICES FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER Write for Silo Catalogue M. Kalamazoo Tank & Silo Cos. Kalamazoo. Michigan $28.00 Library $1 £ 50 Table 1 O 'T'HE Illustration. liko pvpry other 1 one in this ndv»TtiH«*mcnt, is an \ " M ] J ■ the article ’ | ii —r* I Itself. It shows the true beauty of this handsome table, which is above the average in size nnd lias heavy • square posts and heavy Colonial /<$ l| ' cS>. V. fppt. Large magazine shelf and IT——— .—\ large stationery drawer. Reautlfully N finished thruout In bright golden y-/ Oak. or Mahogany finish. "And yoni go, ioo!" Tonr. growled to Wilkins, releasing hlt.i. "Hut if ever ngnln 1 hear of you >ll mating Minna I’ll br«'ftk vonr m-ck and every bone in >oiir l xly. Minna, 1 feel worse abou this tliun yon ran. If ev« r 1 ean be of help to )cu —” (To Be Continued ) DOES NOT LIKE HUGHES, SHAVES OFF HIS BEARD SANTA MONICA. Cal., An*. 4. Because he looked like Charles Bvnns Hughes, tandidate for presl dent, Frank Orth went to a barber and had hla beard, which he had worn for 20 yoars, ahawd off. He Bays he has been a stAunch democrat for half a century or more and that when his friends twitted him about his resemblance to the Republican candidate for president it w«a too mnrh. The Southern Association of Man ufacturlng Photol'TnrraTers will be gin Its annual convention today a* Atlanta. $2250 Piano Lamp and Silk Shade S IS M THE base of this beautiful lamp is of genuine mahog any cut from four inch stock, in the beautiful pattern that you see pictur ed. The silk shade Is* 24 Inches iu din meter, made of silk In several rotors, and having fringed edge. The shape Is exactly as you §4**■ :t illustrated. Has sev eral light pull chain or k» ts. w ell insulat ed Standard, is equip ped with cord and oekef ready for at influent You can have your choice of two o’hcr patterns if you wish. One Price to All < > Hot Weather a Can’t Stop Us Ml Busy Every Day—Biggest ! Little Stores hittin’ ’er up | every minute just the same j as Christmas time | Some nights I have to sleep in the bathtub to “save my | smile,” but what’s the “difTugulty”—l save it. I’m not saying it isn’t a good scheme to pray for busi ness—but—don’t forget to mix a lot of hustling with your prayers— I “hustled some” when I got these so I could put ’em 3 over as a special. Genuine Cut Glass BUTTER DISH • and Heavy Quadruple Silver Plated BUTTER PICK Square Deal Jm N *^vJ >rlce T’OC I If you can’t come—write. I ll nave one of Uncle Sam’» men deliver it to you. Square Deal Jeweler Biggest Little Stores 61 GRAND RIVER—6S GRAND RIVER 351 WOODWARD Telephone Main 1234 1 Phone Your Order These Hot Days No need of getting overheated by going to market. Just plan your menu and then phone to BLESSED’S Cor. Woodward & Forest If You Don’t Like to Cook Meats Order These Our I'm moot Cold I Home looked Oi I Delinontro Ve«l I,«ot. B.!;? 4 ,i ()0c I r* 75c I Vfr. 60c Heat tinner Urond Hnma, PA | t»«r Onn Moke Cooked QA b ilfJ and (diced thin. lb. *)UC I (orned Heef, lb OvC vJ [ : Now Is the Time to Eat Fresh Fruits and Green Vegetables lllnck ( urrnnl*. Hlarkherrle*. Hnrhlr lirrrtrn. Iteil Hn*pbrrrlr*. Itrd I her rtm for (' - < - nt(E tVntrnnrlnn*, whole, half or quarter. One large Onleloupr ISr-Wf Martlet I'rara, per ho* . IV Purple Plums, per box Ilk Reg Pirns, vr rj lin< ■* i.v I’fAi-hra, 4-qt. bask* t, JV*.- ;,#•! box. ISo Hlnok *«fft 1 berries, bo- . '.UK linrvrst \ Mites ir IBs Faney Fntlnu Xpplea, <1 / tile ( at. UIMU, l . 4<b liiritr (.rnppfrull, 2 f <>*• 2!lc I nl. X nlrni-ln Ornnvra, *1 u lOr-’flf Fancy t.rcen 1 nrn, <1- T HOr II •• liouar- Tomnlor*. 11> 20e Curtlci*'* llnnril t hi' krn for as lads, nnd *,i.n l wlrhrs. full /• ■? 1-lb. rans U*)C Deviled Tor\#si* nnd Maui for sandwlch'-s. j“.V 184 - Deviled Phlrkrn. make* line sand- *).) wtrhes, )nr s***C (•enulnt* I'ofted l.'),S2.')r P*»tle,| I hli'lt'D. dainty 20c435c Imported Sardines. 17c!»r, 50f Tall Tuns I olumhlii It Ivor. 1 O 1 \(\ it I in** and 1 OC rnn •/’*( Salmon steak* In 1 lb flat OA small IJT cans tivCcarn 1 In the Sanitary Meat Department POULTRY The porn-fed Veil <V kind >tll freahh dr* ss* and Plvmouth llork nro 11-7".vS 7".vS 1.25 to 51.50 Parser one* 1 T . OOe ?- v I rt* 1! Jol * I rurllnit Men*. 28c I Otma lien*. 9^C Mr Mrat.vi. f* Finest lleef. X eal. Pork and l.aml». Freak Calve*’ l.lvera and Sweet llrend*. Order Friday Night For First Deliveries Saturday Fifteen Telephones to Take Your Order—OßAND 37;>0 At Our New !>ocation. cor. 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T * per 1 Ort I*)C K.llrn Plate*, •' c Sanitary Drink lac i np*. y 10 for dC LAMB K'n*st Kentu ky Spring t.amh, I Iffy I.e*a 90 ' r r ' lb *eO Foreiiimrtr r*. OC* ilh‘.-o, Ib...*®» lllndqnarter*. Oft . \ f t. r, *. • OUC vprlau lamb Chop*. • ul ■ r 2fic 111 h 4 ut* l amb 1C« 4 hup*, lb **• llrenwf of l amb 1 and • for ate wing. Ih. PAGE 7 Flnekt ricln t rttatrf nutter, t%ndkrJ of the wnrld. bricks. .. ddC In hulk. 04 n o4c Fane* Dairy Wetter In I crocks.. $1.75 C ottacr t'heeae. frsih. dallv mixed i% with errant. lh....ltfiC \i*n I Imluircrr OK 4hee»e. ll» jHijC lle*f I'aney Dairy 1 hee*e, ntlld or atrung. Itoineatle Inlu QA 1 Iteeae, lb dvC Imported Inlu Sf Sf Phee*e, lh DOC • l.ermnn * ream OK llrlek • beesr, Ih. . Mt)C 111 kind* of ptdUgf an*l I uneh 4 heeae. I.eadrr 1 ora Flakes* iu*> **l OK 4 C for adC • BEEF if from eholcr young n.itlv e steers. Hlb Haiti*, at CcuntOP 22c to 2Sc « bales Itrllle It oasts, pr r 18* llnnihura lE* *1 boef. 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