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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 191 0 .
EARLY MORNING FATIGUE When you awake In the morning feeling tired out, feeling worst* In fnct than when you went to bed, you are confronted with one of the char Mcterlj-tlo symptom* of neurasthenia It Is due in the run uowu condition of the norvoa that rent does not bring ranewed strength and sleep refresh the t*r*«l brain Overwork and worry are the moat frequent cauaea of thin cendttlon. Neur«Mtnenla la the name given to this common form of nerv ous debility In which the power to recuperate In gone. The blood can be built up so that It will Increase the supply of needed elements to the wasted nerves and this Is the only way that the nerves can be reached. I'r. Williams' Pink Pills are a tonic that especially bulldN up the nerves b* cause they supply to the blood the elements that the nerves need. Many nenroua disorders, sometime* chronic ones, Lsve yielded to this tonic treatment with Dr. Williams Pink Pills when other methods failed to give relief. Thev are certainly worth a trial. Dr WlllllamV i’lnk Pills are sold by druggists everywhere or will be sent by mull, postpaid, on roeelpt of price, bo cents per b«>x, sis boxas 11.50 by The I»r. Williams Medicine Cos. S-henectsdy. N. V. Write to day for free book on the nerves. - Adv. *> '' ll ' ■— 1 '~' l ~ l- IN DETROIT ■'■-- ■ - . ■ lluml i uuncrrlk. Bchmoii*ii * Mi. Ist i nn.l Her man W Bcbmeman •! r«- t"- rrudera the following i-r.isr . in .'ei j.ark this afternoon l>»> r.n'nir #' 1 '■). uni In Parrlen i-ark in t).<- • itiing. !>e* ginning at v Mar**h. "On »«" Tri burn*.’' Chambera aal<>|> dr concert, "pane# of th*- l>. nmn li‘ Ist •* I Mon from 'The H t.sir• r I.'' ft*-r - hert. overture "i )t>eron.'' Weber., n *lr*-am pl'tine . f the nM south "I'n c'.n Tom's I nMt\ Lamp#* Ilirl tie* frt.m th,- •p- iv. nrl. Knlu- »r K'an.t notr-u.rrl, “-t i p-al Ftamn panee No 1. 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I. .-|V|ng t 1 foot of < ill «w. 111 «t ;if y Ir. o’. I .' k Th* et.r.tr I»f - - in eharg. Is us f.,| lone I'r itnU ' S (i .•f *r. hn nißn. Henry rr 8 loir,in trrH«ur> r The.*vl..re Itotißßeaii, Joseph Muy.r. M.rt , Itßrtkowiak unit !• I Itlchnrde n 'HELLO” GIRL IS PROMOTED What may lx- accornpllsbed by r telephone girl through application, courtesy and efficiency, is lllusfrat ed In tlie case of Mildred Middleton recently promoted from chief op# r ator of the I hist i vchange of the Michigan Rtatc T* 1* phone Cos to principal of the operators’ training school. Miss Middleton first began to query "Number, please ’”’ in the Windsor exchange about 12 years ago Coming t«* Ttetrolt s< ven years ago, ehe won rapid promotion, and In her present position she la pro\ Ing Invaluable. Horseback riding, which was add ed to the recrewtlon program of the telephone company last spring, ha« developed many expert ’ Hello girl’’ riders. The class now nmnhi rs IK2. Prominent enthusiasts ure Mlsa Kdlth Oassman, a supervisor in the East exchange. Petty Hhyder, main operator; l/ucllo K*>nnedy. liast operator, Margaret Decker, Cedar chief operator, and Johanna l/ > nmn, Cherry operator CHICAOO -IVnuer ltntt*-d States Senator WIHIam l.orlnier. In the opening spe» ch of a campaign to ••come hack.” denounces his oppn g.*nts and dn r cs them ;<* get on the same platform, with him and debate public morals. l*orlmer Is a candl aate for ctingress nfwwptio Uy rouiO' < BLACKS ib« woumv.um we. ALL TO HAVE CHANCE TO SEE HUGHES Presidential Candidate Will Hold Reception In Pontehartrain DAY HERE TO BE EVENTFUL V isit to Navin Field In eluded In Entertain ment ProgTam t'harles E Hugiies* visit to I>e t rolt. Monday, wlll .be a popnlar ID* publican rally instead of an event for the benefit of th*' Inner circle of party 1* aders The Republican national campaign committee ha* avoided In Its armng* ments for op* nlng th** presidential light nnv effort to ’’utesT* the candidate or to keep ltltri secluded by conferences and select luncheons. IJurybody will get a chance to see Mr. Hughes, who will receive the public; In rooms on th* second floor of MAtt-1 Pont* char»raln sluirtly aft* r hi< arrival c Thel27 Fti'estone TSranch Managers /\) ‘^eaf^ce Tires ' nrcndoptrd liy more car owners than any other make each year, because of the direct, personal, unstinted sendee rendered by these Firestone Lieu tenants in every motoring center. I laving the best tire that any price will buy, they have fewest com plaints and can devote their energy to constructive Senice Systems that Firestone Tire an and Rubber Company "America's Lnrgeat Exclusive Tire and Rim Makers Cor. Canfield and Woodward. Detroit, Mich. Home Office and Factory: Akron, Ohio—Branches and Dealers Everywhere Makrr' of First Turk Tlf • s-1. + • ders Then ■n and T eiders Vow-In Quality and Vntuma A MIT.aKVTX Lottie Williams & Cos. 7 ."'Um, 7 l-'oril rar ««»M to onr natron *». b work for SI. I'l* 11 p:irtl'-iil*r« nt Ih#» ntllr*. Nothing t hrnp tint th** l*rl,-»*. l#-'JU-3(1i., V,7, DETROIT V.V.Vh' ( OXTIM til *». || a. to. to It |t. mi. How Britain Prepared SSK DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in FLIUTINd WITH FATE ■ Mill) i 2-7-0 |*. m. Mntr , «|l ara<« !<»«• GARRICK W \ *>lll.ll Mil —ll I' I IHII. I\ 11 THE UON3TCLLE CCMI’AtIY In f’nwl Kr»lf r\ llrrm) I DHiidli BEVERLY’S BALANCE \r»l Wr*k—“Tlif llnphiihi." I‘rlnflnir—fHr plain n*n| kind—ll Nil la rlgki—Ttmra Jab Orpt,—Mala Mill at H a. m. over ttie Michigan Cen tral. Ik,iroll Republicans In charge of the local end of the nominee’s visit have arranged for automobiles to meet tin* Hughes party at the depot. It is expect'd the nominee will be accompanied by a number of prom- In* nt Republicans and Progressives anxious to be on hand for the open ing of the campaign, and, besides, Mr Hughes Includes In his party 4d writers who nr. making the trip to report the proceedings for newspa pers and magazines Tlie candid.it. > will be taken di rect to Hotel Pontehartrain, where he will meet Republican delegations at 11 o'clock Except for these con ferences, Mr. Hughos will be availa ble for handshaking and th" public Is Invited by the campaign manage ment to take full advantage of the opportunity. The candidate’s comfort has been wi 11 provided for In the duy’a pro gram. In the aft* moon, ho will for get politic' and nttend the ball game at Navin field, after which h« will make an automobile trip about the el’y and visit u* many of the principal Industrial plants as pos sible. If th** n**w ltelle Isle tempo rary bridge is ready, the parly will have a spin on the Island. Mrs Huehea will accompany her lus band on his initial campaign swing, and will be with him during the part of his day devoted to re creation The Republican presid* ntlal * am palgn will he formally launched In Arcadia at 7 p m. t when the nom inee will make his initial address- A rtecond speech In the armory at 9 o’clock will conclude th*- oftbual pro gram The nomine" and hi.-, party m;*kc for the greater convenience and satisfaction of Firestone users. The Firestone men express this service through many thousands of leading dealers. There is a dealer near you who will deliver the Firestone standard of extra value in tire and direct service. You should not be satisfied with less. x *n «rvr, vr«i in, \'i , • • . ut \ .ii i: 12*40 to 4:1*0, "!.»<) mill Si IB The Concealed Bed f —4 IT HUM I.MI'.AT At TN—7 Pr*. Phnfopla »• l 2 t.K) to 2i.TO \Wj®shinslon\ II Nt 111 <*- Z :**ft- t-ft t4ft-7 t.'tti-0118 p.m. || , MARIE - COMMON I I DORO in GROUND | llnrton llnlmrn—"nml Itnhruiln" 11 ? WAYNE GARDENS \ j. On th,- III* rr f-Tnnt nt Thlrrt l*f. n<" .in ong g<-m*nt <>f Jeaalo C 1 % M.• i.n. t li* i u l.ir ballad stngrr , 2 I f l ' - U ivaai : ts«- iiml nti »r Cab- % 1 f nt-rt Air Ulr-'t- la*a *‘nfr **r- 2 i * vi, #* i 'rii«**l'* «»rohrrtfrH for ilanr. 2 | > Ins J R H \ YFIS. Prop % - M«.—nA 11*1 SHIM I SBr. NAT M. WILLS Itn-htii'n It "■nlana | IlMffr A I«• l Zirnri II l.rl(hli,iM| i*lrl l-'rmn 1 Milt* nnkeei V|»*inlr'« /.wnni l lira h * A U lirrlrn 1 lie l.rlnmlai Xlnurr- W. f *’• «*i»r. CADILLAC French I’iil'i, 'H'li rolics 1 mtLO? 1 Nr»t XX rrk—'lhe t harming XXldntwa. DETROIT TIMES will leave Detroit at midnight for Chicago. Opening of the Republican nation al campaign in iKdroit la attracting wide attention outside Michigan as well as In the sta'o, and a large del egation of Republicans and ITogr*-* sives front Toledo will bo on hand to aid In giving the candidate a send-off Several other delegations from neighboring states are ached* uled to reach Detroit for "Hughes day.” Frank C. Bchmldt. Republican county chairman In Toledo, has sent word to the national campaign com mltteo that northern Ohio Ropult- Ueaua will be in Detroit In larg« numbers to meet Mr. Hughes, and that thousands would make the trip except for the state primary eleo tion, Tuesday. From l*anstng, Ann Arbor. Orand Rapids and other Michigan cities will com® large delegations. PUSH PLANS FOR AMERICANIZATION Plans for the launching of a gigan tic Americanization campaign, Aug. If), are being rapidly shaped by the Detroit Hoard of Commerce. A large attendance at night schools by the alien clash will first be sought. This will bo accomplished through the I co-operation of manufacturers urg ing thetr employes to attend these schools. The Hoard of Commerce Americanization committee will take up Its work in the schools. Th** Congregational church of West Harnstable, Mass., today will begin a celebration of the three hun dredth anniversary of Its organiza tion. AHIHKMBTn BASE*?!"!? A GAME SATURDAY I Detroit vs. ■ New York Im (iame ('ailed at 3:ou Raatern Standard Time. Ueaer\ed and Box Seats at Soper's Cigar Store, new Dime Savings Rank Bldg. MOONLIGHT 04 BIG STEAMER Put-in-Bay DANCING IN BALLROOM SATURDAY I "'UV.VV* 1 *it4fi i». n*. I Bn Praia Printing—the ylaln sent kind—thnt U right—llaiM Jah Urrl-M*!* 4AW. F. E. DUEWEKE, DEAD AT 90 YEARS, LAID IN GRAVE The funeral of F B. Dueweke who died In tin* home of his daugh t»-r, Mrs Christine Houcher, No. .IIS Crane-ave. Tuesday morning, was held from her residence Friday morning, at 9:30 o’clock, and from the Church of the Annunciation at 10 o’clock, Interment taking place In Mt. Elliott cemetery !>r. Thieweke was 90 years old and Non© s 3 Carpet Sweepers ¥ 1 Tomorrow and Saturday Forenoons For 3 hours only tomorrow we offer these GUARANTEED uO (';irp*t Swcr pers at $1 each. They have finest lurtal rase (mahog any finish) and full si/. • brush' . roller bearings, rubber tired wC wheels, trip pans, nickel trim- tjp H tilings, e»c. Retail price J3., Sale price -M- fiPfs2s Chifforobes, i <J ■_*' 3 . .’5 .Si, Cf 532 Plank Top Dining Tables Ns t’holcost oak. fumed or golden, heav> plank top, improv 1 ‘ > ‘<2fr* , 77C-r extension slid*beautiful tvxr. $1 a Week +4XJ I. IKK AM) rilVEIt ATK % >IKH 9 I.AKK AM) IIIVKII STE X MSCII9. ftETROIT RI\TR STEAMFR*) Columbia g|Sjjg! To 808-LO i 4s?"’ Woek Days—W n.m., I «30 and 3 p.m. biuiidnyM— -0.30n.m.. 2& 3 p.m. Keturuiiig Arrire 2AS p.m. I'natern Tima. Daucioii and Hathiug. Farr (Exctpl Holiday*) 33c Children 2So MOONLIGHT with Dancing on Htr. ('olurnhia or Sta. Claire every livening Fxrapl Sim. and Mon. Ni 34) Fare 33c. (Except Holidays) grNDAY KVK. Coluiubiu I.xilto Hide ®«d Coucart 350. No liijunrs p.rnillltd Iva.l.rn Nlan«lar<i Tim*. All tripa Iron, Hates St. Tka right to ralua may parao •tmiaaim to hosts anil parli ia reserved. *g£3F , *lJf§ 'S&SS- I >IV. XpiV. Mi l).. SJwiSB 0 On Big Steamer Put-in-Bay I 'Cleveland 1 jpW * IlnnrliiK on the boat. Eliisd's 'hr iln< ll|(hl. every dny. W Orrlieatra. PuthliiK itt both rrNurl*. |nt 0 n. W tre the g 1,000.000 Perry Monument and l nne nnj - ip I .dv M/ the I avra ut tlie May. *>ir. Pul - In-liny leavea nt 1) n. u». Dally, r Mr. Drank I*. Kirliy lenv’ea nt II I*. M. XXeek Mnya. 4SIII.ICY A 111 VI I.> 9TIOA >ll.ll MM., tat St. \\ hurt. Come on the Scenic Cruise to WALLACEBURG a xxiioi.r. im or pxnokoih i ami ami veam ape The r.. Ute tbrouirh fe t*&i 60C EXCUTSion Ship", fln.'il,' r • »****•• o*o Da, Oaly Kuta st nnir niver. jgy&ESjj; Monday, Aug. 7 Syne < nrte i lout ehmi jt.'»>£‘ *9* nel) A Sydenham Klver. 'onu-and bring your ft l.«ml* l«eav«* Detroit. Hntidnlpli St. Doek nt 0 \. >l. Eastern Time. Stop at Walpole Island and Alu na »■ r• ■ n 1 >:>•■ li nr In AValhu !>urg Returning to Detroit at K I’. .M IN*g iinr I . r<- 7Dr week days, |l Suu dnya Daily except most Monday* Del roll-XX n llacubnrg 9. 9. I.lne. H H Smlt Mir I tin Stex.nsi n. Agent .Xn* xiranrr i Ity of T*«l«-ili» Knot nt Grlanold *l., S p. m. ahnri*. rltj time. F*lnxel'N funioufl Or«-be.*rn f" - danrlng on the steamer ai»<l i I full hour at Sugar I Mum! Tickets Only 59c No Liquors Allowed White Star Line. * Advertisers — get good company and good results in The Times* guaran teed columns was born In Westphalia, Germany, lb* came to America In 1854, and for some time followed his trade as a shoemaker 11** later worked In the repair shops of the Michigan Central railroad until i S72. when h*» opened a rilall grocery business at Rivard and Watson sta., which lie continued until h* retired from ac 1 1 ve business In ISs.V Tk-eeased was a charter member of St. Jos' pli'i* Catholic church and also of Sacred Hi art church, which was organized In I*7.’). He leaves two Jons, lxmlh and Gregory lkie agust Sale josser Refrigerators At Bargain Prices I ♦* 1 again plentiful, .(mi i h«*r** ;iro months of hot w*at her ahead, yet the carload shipment nf Hefrlßerators that arrived too late for regular y Illng will he closed out at sensation ally low prises. Come tomorrow sure If you w -nt one nf these hru*- gains. Many stylos *12.50 to *2l a In Ueek ■<( GRATIOTcok BRUSH li Kims Central Mlaiiianl Main. For < le«rial'll, I lltsourgli and ail fulnla south unit oil Da i> lU;4y p. iu. are to l letr.and, • ..»*. A 1 11 .1-urali, tixx Tiura to (in kum). «i.*o—. Tuaa<ta>, VXetlo.aday, Ihuifttiao ni .1 «*»t- A 111 a in. Cor Ita ala aoil all point. east PA II X , .» p ui. 1' > lit. •S.iiU, uua wan 9fi nv It <1 M> IHI I*. F'>r Maekloar la.and anil wa,ports— Manila) «ml > tun.), ft p m. ( VX ed- Ueaoa. mul t r.u »> . Hit* a in. Opel ini Mnuiitr to MsuMnar—Mini, dwya, aMt a. ut,; I imrana>., o p. m. >« aiepa an roule XXJp.Mi - I'M) SMTKMUN f.VI.RX H ll'AKO.Xl—t l»!f Und »: oo KiiuiiiJ A* ip tor trtui >poi tatioa. Olateroom An oiiiiuielaUoiia t i'prr larlli. lower brnh, ||.H| a noli HtWlTi t>rHCK9~ Third Are Wharf. 19T XX oodwarU Ava. ( M»J.nlo Uida.l. aa Cart kh XVaa*. u»t>. iroaiotiioa. gWEB —B—l^—l y WHITE STAR LINE<t gbtafc——— l attrrn l.mt. Eor tin KI.AT-' and 1,1 l; T HI’IIO.V way porta. steamer K'e.v Detroit dally (»» Sunday!, > 46 «. m. 2:30 p. m., 4 p rn . Sutnlaxa. X in and i xo p m. Sumlata only, ex n bout for I* lata, Taehmoo and Al k- > * . i p. m. "" •'i 1 1AR IHI.ANH. dally. S So a. iti ndays only, X 10 a- nv., 9:30 a iip in and x p. rn ' r.l ’•< >. dally. X 30 a tn . 5 p '« •a, X 3u am., 6.10 p tn iu t l-’oot of <)rlavroln St rara—) —■ igHMi *me LIME FARESI.RO wHAar*’ A rut. WED. THUHC AMD MAT. f weke; four daughters, Mrs. I. F. Cron, Mrs. Christian Boucher, Mrs. IJdward Karror, and Mrs. Benjamin Karrer, and 37 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. One brother, William Duewoke, and one ulster, Mrs. A. Koenig, also survive. Hollander Heads Dominicans FRIBOURG, Switzerland. Aug 4. • —Kr. lajvlh Thelsseling, a Holland er, has been elected head of the Dominicans. Printing—the plain neat kind—that I. rlsbl—Timm Jut* Dept*— Wain 48X0. In Rjiite of the hot iveather, crowds have thronged here to ‘‘Furniture Headquarters” since Sale began. All are well repaid for [their effort, for the bargain opportuni ties are unparalleled. Our usual Terms of Fretlit prevail, regardless of the slashed prices. Traveling Bags Here's another specimen of the wonder - luuyalM* thin great Ailfrust Sale of offers Splendid Keratol buit her Travel- A 4 gw j"K kflK* ••v* *e 1 . JWI -jM Nnt hai'lwure, “ canvas lined.... Jl — ll MICHIGAN il® pouctry jv STATE fair f WM: m /^DETROIT^;^ / I '' “Still Growing”\%^>^ 7 Annual Review of v St' Michigan’s Progress t Stupendoua ma< hinery exhibit*, auperb diaplay* of tha W, product* of Michigan farm*, entertaining amuvement feat- vi?l tire* and many other notable attraction* will ba found at Mulligan'* annua! exposition, which will represent the won- •.V? derful Agri<ulturnl and Industrial progress made by tha - f !*T people of the Wolverine State during tha past year. j Million Dollar Livestock Show “ Prire winning horses, cattle, sheep and swine will com- pete for premiums valued at thousands of dollars. A Jiva- r j stock pernde in front of the grand stand will be a daily feature t' r first six days of the fair. The poultry and pet '/i stock show will be larger than ever before. j # TT Notable Feature Attractions I _ Day and night fireworks, home and auto racing. Better llabi'-s* C nntest, mdsic.-.l program by two noted bands, chil dren’s rxeri ises, lecture* by expert* in various lines, tractor demonstration, auto polo, entertaining midway shows, girls* milking contest, dny and night horse show, end demonstra tions by dairy, apiary, horticultural and agricultural author ities are among other features of the 1916 State fair. 1 Hr REMEMBER THE DATES September 4-13 jrj G. W. DICKINSON, Secy-Mgr. ADVEKTISE IN THE TIMES—IT PAYS office employment S» the day or evening cl Mi— <g) f 103-169 Caaa Ava, Detroit. * Largest, Bast-Equipped BualncMt School in Michigan VhiM Mata MM fw M«ata# "30 Kitchen Cabinets M Complete with flour bln and sift« r, y-1 door to cup board, sugar bln and many KM drawers. Top of base extends and la metal cover ed. La rye base with draw era and utensil cupboard. Oak cabinet. flr V *22.75 0K * 1 a Wcek Hammocks With high grade springs and mattress, and adjustable head Equipped with chainsaw PA hooks ready to hang y f your porch ceiling...,,. ... . PAGE 3