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Box and Chair and a Bathing Suit! | Now for First Kellermann Lesson TWfITMb You How lo Make the “Breast Stroke.*’ the FiiM Essential Movement. Breath ing and IU Relation to Swimming. You UiU Be >wimminK In a Meek. ANNETTE KELLERHANN. greatest wo^an SWIMMER AMD STAR nr william fox p<c-rwe ■ m n M\ || 1 I i .. I >** >■ - y ' v | I *y£ 1 I wkiP S '4 K I «*-‘' §f Ef£> H?~ r™f r •■ • * 3 |M _ I 1 JAPANESE GIRL TO STUDY LAW r- ■ *■ ■■■ LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Aug 4 —So tapreMed *u Yone Okita. pretty Loa Angeles high school graduate With the conduct of a woman law Ifc . . V in a magistrate's court, thai .~h announced at the cloac of the pro biitaadiags that she would take up th* .«lud> of law V : Mias Akita appeared In Jus' e . llloahaw’s court as complaining wit * S«a# again- 1 Fertnin Vcrnuut. ar tdoaed of stealing her purse. Th* |flroßerutloa was conducted by I>ep District Attorney Mis* Hibb"*n <,Who questioned the little Jap; :m-e Syltncas The defendant «j> bound Sifter to the superior court for trial Vocational for India*** / WASHINGTON. At:? t -C-.-o h Soils. cor.-.mis.-ft n«• o' j- e jjj hat Ju«t ar.n'ttinrn! th : fern of vocV.lonal t*■-*•-ip? * . ? children she dc not , ’-grhr'nls wcttld! be fr*ro' V e :c;-T> itnfcs. Th* * fill, gglfcn divided for the purpr rlc disirlrfa. headquarter.* of » Me Santa FV. E.Tph tsis will be laid on agri> ture and domestic science Ins'’ (Job. with a view to making Ind.a ‘ golf supporting The iystera will Hy to moat of''the tiO.Ooo rhildrcr ■•dor authority of the Indian b i mu. Today is the centennial anniver •ary of tbe birth of the la‘e Russell •*** Rue Oran***, Rat** li**r© 18, Parte Call un on the phone and we will send it out. Cherry 1231 Women’s and Young Women s Suits and Dresses—Less Again the Blue pencil is used to the advantage of customers in order to clear our collections quickly SUITS AND COATS This is the final mark down of all cloth hi;* and p*. * coats. Our entire stock of high grade .-ports coats. con.pri>ing ailk jersey- wool jersey, pongees, silk poplin and flannel, cor fact for outing, country club and street wear A limited number of Women’s and Misses’ Cloth Suits, priced to go at once, including check** navy*, green and tan; $26 to $62.50 value. While they last—ss.oo. TO SELL AT ONE-THIRD FORMER PRICE All Cl<*h aulta at leae than on** half regular pric*n in gabardlr *•*, aergea. poplin* and relour chorka. beautifully built and airlklrgl> atyttab and a vary food aaaortment to rh*.*** from. a than on*- tats for Satmrdav r*«nk n«*r | Arflld* No. 4. B> ANNETTE KELLERMANN International Recerd-hoLJe' a*d S*.a of the Wlllia"! Fov $1,000,000 Film ''A Daughter of tm God* " Before taking up the breast »• I want you to obtain the folio-ins article* 1. A piano stool, nr some bjx strong enough to sustain you** w eight 2. A kitchen chair. 3 A one-piece bathing su.t like garment to wear while k inn through the exerrl*e«. l A cushion or pillow Vow **fore s’artmg open ail » r. i do* * Fre-h air is vitally sueir al ; to good health Pi are th* 1 piano s'ooi or boa r ? he center of the room and i.ty *: cushion on lop of : .t Then ;la I the chair directly b«*hind It short distance removed v, •' If so that your stomach -i n *1 rtool or bo* and your legs on *1 chair. K»'e-,. >«vir che«t cl»ar of 'n* s' ■ That part of your b<*ly ' In: *vhere th* ninth rib r« *:s *houb 1 ‘ clear 'he edge of the e'ool N v. place your hanils on a lev,- with your chest palms downward and hands side by -;de. Do r: .place your hand- Jn the usual art: ‘ tude of prayer T > old m*' of starting the hr* .*• wrong and. be*id* s r means *n • * tra move men* K*cp >ojr flat Now bring 11.• a forw.r : abo*;r to dive St tch t h*" -t . o' t r.® :ir .■> i an. !<*•♦ ;•/ f •: ■ : v 1 :r. >. h.n Ha..* iiV < ns to clear the .fvirv tv *^r. *i * n<,«v lyir.e fla* wrh »r x ; tic though making a ». >i r hands intil »h* p <•' : - ITV rti'd. then r.'b-r plowing th r.i, 'l’* m back In a wide * r ur.'ll ih y Arc on a level wirh hr ‘1 >r.» \V. le vou are making this ~ nien*. inhale a deep breath th*- r.< x* movement bend 'he and k*epln* th* hands fla* *> a » ; rut the w ater. bring them back * 1 their original f-< *)tior. on eh*--* ar. under »h*- ch n ConMnue thi.* tnovement un T tl you HEA LY ’S Coitunv>r to (rPruleti(pm' , n /'•*>**««* PARIS FASHIONS SHOWN AT THEHEALY SHOPS SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THEIR FIRST APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK do it fa'iltlessly K«*p It up unti you ar* »Me to do it with perfect «•«■*** Should 'V s exercise make your m tec »s a* he and become stiff, a fr** movecicnt- in phyair.al culture will -e>.'n mak' th.'ni right again Ibe for.i wn< * \erciaes will -*r* n«th- n tbe runsclrs of the atom iv h *r.d make y i feel more com f rt.thle afer your irvac' stroke ex *Tv 1 - e ’. '. “.at on the floor HaSe *ha left l- ti '**nd. •;< 'll** slice ulltli th* e,j > at r.s’ ’ «ng>s Then lower * v e ,‘-g wp.bout t** i d.ng ’he kn***» \.*-rr e r*.'\*tnenfs of 1* gs. 'ak ,n* flr• ■ ■ ■ right ar 1 then 'he left p _ l* a about flve times with e* '|| ■r » j'.ir*r and *n ;n Crer*e to SO 2 N.»w raise both 1* cs an id * thi.< ’ to ;o tjn.es t ('ortrol y r hr- a*hire In fc.ii* • owly • rough ‘be nose ar. 1 ’hreueh 'n- j uu nth 4 s*and np ar.d * ntinuc the or* ar! in* -»ver- *•' fr* m • hree to fve rr. re* I cannot 'more-* upon ye-. *oo rr ich the mini* n.-e va i* First Showing of Sew Veiled Hats . 1 i-I-a. Advar. *' iut v en’ic Fail models x LtT f f 1 Jk . nerv the »'.c* V. .i’>rv s'. t *Z~.^ I f • ct . f N. s York *'■ e r.* v* l' >ke T . I ’ Ij F 1 I£VM I 1 - h T 'arr.** V.-iv*-* Wi \\ ' k||' .Upfc uS',. I Per.r -*• ••• v • popi A * r V I L n* : r a’s The n- * 1 X - Ts (|' I • *' v !■• 1 M.au gr.* • L LX , ! i I K '*• YO' * 1 f XL ’ ' Ft v‘- <jT* i / I La's. kourth Hoor , v x v M* * r/ L e.*,/ J eT' 'V—«C uainty Dresses in Seirest Fall Sti In -a*tn. r -of ".tun »:.d S-Tg- and S * Gec*rge*'e—all the ’.»** - - Second i *•• r *2.5 and up " Blouses Are An'ring Dai 1 *i g$ /ik » e ar. i f.-.i1.1i chine, cr*-p* me •••or and r.e-.- \■- ex- *-’>n: value* at- Firs*, i .<mt $5 58.50 Correct <JKe L) ¥ Courtoou<. Fashions |J I attentive First JL \mm— <it Salespeople Smart U and Misses U*> ir 250-254 Woodward Ave. a ii- Rot good company Advertisers and KOO d results in 'Fhe Times guaranteed columns. I)KI>SKS AM) GOWNS S'-rr.e 'uart r » Aomen's and misses' aftr-iT'-on and -tr- •■* 'in .< » a few b€*autiful models for traveling in navy, co *-n. ? <■ ar.d grey. $25.00 to <29. '>(} value now $19.73 $35.00 to .<IO.OO value now $23.00 .1 :: r.r - -i -n rnvjr and •' op«*n I 500 vi ue*. now |14.7S \ H ’5 value*,*" no*» *12.76 # Prokan Itr• of Junior Tarty Frocic« in rhiffon and allk. In •lain'/ "had*-* of pink and blue, Hrrartljr tailored, fr'mmvd wi*h attra*'tlv# while find M*- k lutir,,, *rd -tain’? rolleri All tut »*IM* et-"-t«lly p-rl'-ed I Wrd Kle«r. DETROIT TIMES of 11 roper brenthlng either for if* own sake or In conjunction with sw imnung Os course you understand that nil of th* -«■ «*xercleew are to be done In the one piece auit. Your body must I e free iuni It cannot be if you wear ruany of the *-eneele** garment* wuh which we human* are afflK'teti rotuorrow The leg stroke will he d«*ecribed *o that you may make it wl’h ra*e Thus is tbe n«i» necesaary stroke for you to know K:v wing this and the breast stroke, described 'eetemlay. your training Is well under wray BIBES LIVE IN WOODS FIVE DAYS WATERm’RY. Conn. Aug 4 Two babe* in the woods. Andrew and Mary Yankauska*. eight and nine year* old. were found In the den-* forest near lanwood, after they bid been gone from their horn*' fl * i *y* and five night* When polite oflVcerw came upon them aft*T da's of search they were ■r\mg tben.s*Tves to si* ep under i iarg** tree, fearful that the strang*- fr<»m bull:rogs might mean d*-h’h fr*r th- n i: any moment They h.vl 'vt nothing but err-- and hark *■» *a’ -nd Insanitary water -> drink and their laces ar.d hands we-e badly !:»cera’»d c> C'-tvart w i*h th* b'.^aes 2:: ::<« Woodward Avenue Linen Sale Still Coin? On Fifth Floor value up to 529.60 Sp*cuJ o, r rl«*»rßn* ♦*, I*B 75 $12.75 value*, now 17.75 I*6 CO value*, now s*) T 5 V 8 75 value*, now 1M.75 -• >l* ‘ T ‘ «• '.f ;i*T»n f',- w< fr im *n an t •*>!»■*• in white blu* *mJ ta v*-n<t*r DID “RAISE HOY TO BE A SOLDIER” lA)r* ANOKI.KS. l’al., Aug 4 'M' won Ham rav pertnlssUm and ble**inc to go And n«cLit Mexico if Mexican* menace my fellow ciilyen* on the border. amt w henever Amer ica U invaded or threatened wih In \«*>lon by k foreign power 1 w ant to *ee him shouldering a gun in her deft-nee." Thu* spoke Alfred Bryan the man Col Riwisevelt called *otuethiUf .ik’n »o A mollycoddle because ft* wr*»r«> about two t»«r* ago, a imijv ular eottft entitled. I lhdn t Raise Mt l«o> to Bea Soldier." Alfred Drvan. .Tr . has Just been married a-d I* V a family partT at the Brian home ,n Hollywood that th* 'aifv-r delivered himself of hie I !»«-n'. meet* Dcrtitt Say* Wife Spied ST l.CVlsv Auk ♦ \ Stratton Wo.ff a dent:*t. ha.* tiled suit to dl j t > !”.* V 1 Wolff alleging tha’ . N a** joaliv:* of him and faleelj ac 1 hi: -of a**octa".ng wi*h oth v.* He «av« that because of | hi* - accusation* four women J Assistant* he employed at different titr-> ref.-t»»d *o continue with him )’<■ .»«- *r*.« th.H Mr<* WVff «p!-rt ip* him at his office and waited f or him In the dark I'rtn fln* —« hr plain null klnil—fhst l< rtaht limn J«>h l>rp« —Main 4A2C Prlntlli*—tlt» plun nrat kUii—llinl l« rlf kl —ll mu J«h Miln 4SSQ Your l nrestricted Choice of our *r, * r« *»rck ' f-ad »• Mnf.ir, l«4 Ir**»l llela, •* »• $1.95 Thar* *r» If differ- n» »ryt**« from w*ii< h to *«*l**'t in . 11 kr ■ anil In plain hl%a*r ■trip-* *nU piaMa alao Mottair. I’alm B*« h S*r«w* -tc. Duster* .Vow gr-atiy reduced in price til *|*e« II»no* n •,/pnran* re* •on you Mliouid b« wltbout i.n< Ijidie*’ Cloth Coats tnoliwttng our fimoua Burberry and K*-nn«t>i I'tiraaM rnaku - all priced f >r eo#y p'irrha«m* at \\ off Former Prices • TWO STORES: JEFFERSON AND BATES 235 WOODWARD AVE. Maker %rc*de Fashion’s Frills As Betty Brown Sees Them BY BETTY BRCWN Soutach braid applied in Intricate pattern* adorns mam summer gown* of voile or light silk Mani ■•mart .sailor ii*l* of silk or felt are braided tn »outa h. too A cravat of narrow block volvet ribbon, and bracelets rs narrow f lack velvet that anap on o\er frill ed of a su'-iinery blouse are fetching The j«r»tlonat Is no forcer a mere ttrd'*r>klrt It In as “perfect!} love ly“ a« the summer fn*cfc ‘t-elf One of fh*‘»e n* w “pet*let*” is soft white i.aflera with a low bodice cut in one with the skirt Hands of Mack and withe taffeta are «et on between r>Wh of hetnaritrhlng From Paris co*ne« 'sets" of pan*a let tea and prtn-ess *llp in coral gold or China blue organdie Cp. "grows with Detroit ” <*•*»— 206 Stunning Silk Frocks From a Drrssmakur in \uw ork. \\ ho Solti Tlirm to 1* at a l a)\\ Prirr a> an l.ult rinn W nkp in tin* llmUon Divs* 4 i Bumiios. Ife Can Srll the Presses at Si a They ill cause quite a flurry in the fnsl.i r salons tomorrow. This price is very sm.tll con sidering the style of the dresses and the lino way they are made. Tic styles are all created in the aut ;nr •node. —There are dresses of taffeta. —Presses of georgette and taffeta. —Presses of charmeuse .md -atin. —Pres.se-* of serge and taffeta \mong them are models for afternoon wea: ridge and teas and some h«*th tailore 1 ; > aimyle enough for street wear, and dre* enough for more formal occasions. Women who are going away and have I*m r wishing to find anew frock which will he t l*»st style for fall wear will he delighted wii these. These 206 dresses will he i< dv for sale t<>- morrow (Saturday) at ftfte lars each. 11 n-lsnn'v—Tfc Ir <1 I —>l «i 11 I.uliillmk. Games that Instruct The Child While Entertaining Him To develop as well as amuse children has hern the pur pose of the originator'' of a tableful of Ixwks and games in the stationery store. There are all sorts of painting, past ing, cut-out and sewing games that instruct and entertain children. A Handicraft Scrap Book with pa*t** and blunt end jh» arr, has d-*ign* and colored paper f n b»» rut out and panted on them A P**g Printing outfit ha* d*- • tgn* to he mad** hr pe* prin* mg in color*, the p**ge and three prlniar> colors accompanying the book. '•Playthings 1 Can Make" t* a book showing how to make hats Each of these outfits is 50c. lindane'*—Mol Finer —Hale RnlldlnS The Art Shop for Gifts There are pretty slippers for the grandmother, em broidered dresses for the lit tle girl, refreshing pine pil lows for the invalid to nap on. cloth dolls for the tiny oahy. There are baskets made hy lledeee'e— We«»**l*e tlnur—Vein Be IMlne Packing Trunks Stronger Than Ordinary Ones They arc plain, simple looking trunks, like the kind traveling men have. Not a cent has been sftent on them to make them look fancy. But not a thing has been overlooked to give them strength and convenience. Made of three piy basswood, fiber covered and interlined, th** ntrongeat and moat re*illen» con • •ruction possible with llghtm-** Kvery detail mak*« for *treng*b *urh aa cold rolled *te**| ror nera. hand placed rivet*, double bar bolt. *e|f lockitig lin k There 1* a deep divided tray with a patent stay which remove* II ■■ 4 «on - *— Mrrannln* I 100 r— M wirln * r«t lliitlitlni FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1916. Shekel tfeiweffl! Gat the Round Package * Aak For and CET S u«»jia« vt cnuiy. a iai/i^ nUllLlttl 9 flfTil’UMta* THE ORIGINAL MfiSj* MALTED MILK Made from clean, rich milk with the ex f LJSejJ -I * Tac * Br l ec * malted grain, malted in oui iMref own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions. I the u eoMetl stoma* h of the invalid or the aged. (A Needs no cooking nor addition of nnUk. \^CFPAiIDiKIVFUgjJr Nouri*h«* and sustains nurt than tea, coffer, etc. Should be kept at home or when traveling Anu* tT ' tK,ua food-drink may be prepared in a moment. A glaaaf u) lot before retiring induces efreshinf «f 0> sleep. Also in lunch tablet form lor business men. . Substitute* Coat YOU Samo Prlc* Tmko a Package Home advEKitsE in ri;i;Ti.>L; k > FT FavST A f* v . • V? V —> \ ' r^ r7 ' TTB ii ______ ... —■> and other article# from paper "Varna for Little t'hlldren to and Head" contains atorlu* to be tliuMr.Ved by children who irv colored yarn* from ia *ke|n* to form the pirtur* *. There i* a book with allhouette* to be cut out ard pasted up to il lustrate the story of I.»• t|e fled Hiding Hood. the Indians who make such wonderful ones, baskets for magazines, newspapers and fruit, baskets for the porch, the library and den. It is an interesting place to spend a fpw moments wheth ?r one wishes to purchase or just to look. the neeev-lty of liftihk the trav from the trunk when you trnnt to get at th* bottom There hii other. undivided trav Th«* lining in neat and serviceable. Four *l/,e* Hegular. 36 inch#** long sl4. 41 * inch'-* It ng. .11", 7'i. Steamer. li*i inch*** it>ng, sl2 75. 40 Inch*** h*fig. s|„ Vaclicttr Hajis Are \lwavs Proper The patent leather finish in black leather looks well with any sort of a frock or suit that a woman will wear while carrying a hand-purse or a hand-bag. This accounts in part for the popularity of vachette. There are many kinds of hand-purses and bags to be found here in the v ache tie finish. The purses are $1 to #l2. The bags are $.2.50 to $5. I Irfcf I l»or —imhl>4 iirt! Iluildlng Floral ami Ml- Ovrr Noilo* I2'/ic All these were taken from much higher priced lines and reduced for ruiick disposal. There iup dainty floral de signs upon grounds containing duster cords. bf» inches wide. Th**r** arc alt-over d< algn*. many of th«*tn, 36 to 4'» mche* wide. There In 27 inch crepe, em brotdered in color' upon a white ground. , All an* 12'v tlie yard. *er«»n«l Mnor—M«ln Biillilleg. ‘•Prcna rnlncss Pallrrn in Fall Silks In the Genuine Fussy Wil low' Taffetas, none is attract ing jnore attention than the weird Chinese designs unless, perhaps, it is the ‘‘prepared ness pattern.’ The figure of tl ■ \< <• i* in eagle, * < (t Rpp nM or Am**n*nn coin*, ha* been reproduced In >o|low upon •« Hague blue. Tli* re art narrow and wide blnrk rtflf** pint oil be tween th*- fOW* Os *Mg|i* Th** new pattern !« being bought for gown and enmblna lion purpose* It i* fit 50 the yard. **ron(l F'|„«,r— o*l., n«l»dtna.