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MONDAY. AtnrrST 7. 191#.
MAKING CHILDREN EAT NotfeJng to «Y«r gained by forcing M eblid to Mt whm It refuhe* f<«o<l aure that nothing la being eat batwrtn meal* to destroy »h« nat •rml appettte and If your grown k •fetid doe* not have a healthful crav tag for good, honest food at meal tinea there la something the matter. Tferwata of punishment if the child doe not eat will not correct the dlf 6c«Jty. A fitful appetite In a growing child, especially If the patient la pale, languid, nervous. Irritable, and without ambition, uaually mean# that th« blood la thin. A non alroholl tMlc aurh a Dr. William.-'' Pink Pllla to demanded During her ’teena a girl lays the foundation for hrr future health Lack of blood at this time may r b her of robust, healthy womanhood It is of the greatest Import* oe 'o administer to girls who grow pile and weak a safe tonic and Dr \\ ’ Hama' Pink Pills meet ever- r.duire merit of flic most careful n; tlor They make the blood rich arid r--d and it carries renew*J health and strength to e\*-ry part of • i- Your own druggist -•ell' 1 D" W l llama' Pink Pills Send today to the Dr. WHuaru. Medicine Cos.. .en*-, Ud>. N Y . for the book. "Building Up the Blood.” It is free Adv. WOMAN IS NAMED FOR CONGRESS Dr. Eva Hardin* Is Nominated In Kansas FIRST OF SEX TO BE SO HONORED Wins Out Over Male Democrat In First District BY UNITED PR EOS TUfULA. Kjul. Aog 7. —Complete feat tDofldal returns from tbs first atiMgraaaknTinl dtarrlct ad Kansas gfegw that Dr. Dra Harding. the first •wan wear nominated for the IMtod Hwtea congress, has been —--S for that office on the Demo aattc ticket. Dr. Harding has re egrsd a majority of 60S votes orer fIM Raw. Herbert Corwlne. accord lag to ralarma. Both live in To- GIRL DROWNS IN PORTAGE LAKE MAKIfTBB. Mich.. Aug 7—Mlm OkQs Tovng. IS years old. tele ffeoas operator In the plant of tba Manistee Iron works, was drowned shortly after 4 o'clock Saturday a t tafaoon, off Camp DeUgfct. In Pon tags lake. She had gone bathing akme and had bean absent about 30 minutes when mlsaed by other re- Sorters. A pu lino tor failed to re Sire her Mlea Young Is believed »e feare stepped into a bole. Westvia k, “SJbmAtJI W $41.00 to Colorado Rsand trip to Dctrrrr, Colorado Spring PtieUo. etc. Limit Oct. 31at. Y«Dowctoti« $56.00 Salt Lake City 56.00 OfdUo 56.00 $83.50 to California Round trip to San Fran cisco. Los Angeles. San Diego. Limit Oct. 31st. Seattle $83.50 Portland 83.50 Tacoma 83.50 Find out about lie «pleadid lemee Waa» via Wabwah and Conner I iona, bv way of Chicago or St Loun and (at detail* about tboaa (area at Wabash Ticket Office, 9 Fort Street West A. F. Wa»farhl. e .r. Paaaoafr and Tkkrt Afat. Pat raft. Mkl City News in Brief nm \ t * r. \m> mu i:m *• Hchmen..in t* Military ■•ana. Mer man W > - »i.. <i.r- < t->r i- ■ d.-rs th- fi wl».< j - ¥ «■•. *tt H lele thi* nf’-r-i ’ -’• ** at .in-' at N r t W*-i •ri ' hi t hf* • • rung at - •> * Mar- 1 1 ••- >g*it ’■ <• f •r. mi E: in. •«'• '■ (.f. ••. •»r, l’i • It • h *> . n .> . r t *». ' O- •- • • *. . T * " - Frirni » • i h.\ - » I\- K 11 . •r. n f at. '! *-r' *-«-r \t. 'l t , dsn • setts !' .■ • » ll* ner Then-.-.? U-» •v. -%r *<•» *. w . tin# at ">c > ’ •* r ’ • Imnlini on iNr i-iirh nnn-hlnt m'-n In n ti(4h» ittrrmwn In f- r,' sh , ■ •• r ' ; a•• K w I. four ears id I N • I I'< : •; •.kfi f A r* t ■ k • n !ht ■* \ 1 un a m f \* »• f ' t! » fhT wr v it a- itt-r 1. ■! * > t p- \»‘ .in ana 1 1 h -rt h rt • - lb w I re v•• r 11 . « •a i ) Hvrlnit ih* i>n«' ir.nr ' 'IJ mark I we* ■«••• iiulm fr.<n Hetr<*lt atreet. li.Jfi i <•■ • : ni-r* 'r . . .. „ . . . t- • * . w - er* nr> •<»r- a 1 .- 1 t at I ’ ' i-trr the mnnth of ' : 1 i t • « .» at s;•'«' ret f • • police Du r • * - - 1 >• - - - • i m#r w«m «r -- «- -1 f n* ant io* tle« tnd ,• - • »<r 4' •* • invi i-i-ini ■ - g •• rr»r. l»rt Mar-juarit <• r »re J U e ■.r ei- 'r. ■ , « ,r t .e part of own »■ r r rr :n n t jr periy Jo--k --c h .» v THEATERS DETROIT OPERA HOh.SE “Ramona.” visualiied :n Clune s ycr****n adaptation of Helen Hunt Jackson - famous romance of 3pac ish ;tr. 1 Ind.an ilfe la CaJifornta made ts m.tial app»*.\rAnce :n *he iw rt'i' op« m ho .-e. stinday The picture •# :n 10 and the prt> i" ‘er- *>ve ;>• n at great pains to t* fa thfu. ’o th** -*cenes described in the written fc-rk. H*-!»n Hunt H. Jackson wrote “Ra.uicn ■ in .**' a> an appeal for justice ->»ar\i Indians deprived their lands and traditional home? b> the whi*. -an. and her book b— cause if • rare -eauty of .is ie scri; • r- ..d ►ripping plot, sprang instant fav r a.« one of 'be lead leg novel, of the day. Ramona a beautiful half-breed, is found as »he adopted daughter of a proud Spanish -haMalne and her ton. I>Upe. but the heroine elopes with Alessandro, an Indian youth. The story follows the trials of the young couple who everywhere find themselvee deprived of a home by the greed of American awttlers ; Outcasts. Ramona and Alesaandro ‘ wander amid many hardships over j the western country. Alessandro meets a tragic end and Ramona Is rescued by Felipe from many thrill ing situations. MAJESTIC. A simple human story of small* town life presented In an escep tlonaily appealing manner, l» “The Uttle Scboolma am,” with Dorothy Oiah and the Fin* Arts kldd!***, which was ahown in the Majestic, Sunday It lntmdi»c*a situations which will be recognized by all who hare erer lived In a small town, with characters tha' exls* in every village. The children In *he play have a (Treat time and their ama teur play i« one of many delightful inclden’s. The central figure i« a IBtle «chool t*-acher from Virginia, who meets a .-•tor in ter boarding house, a playwright. The »wo go riding on .Sunday e\*--n:n«. the horse runs away -when they mop to get a drink from a s’ream and in trying to walk home they lose rh*-:r way and are ou* all night n the wood?. The vll- ; lage i« scandalized, and. of course. much action results. Mi?« Gish bad the snpport of ar. exceptional cast with Elmer Clifton a« ‘he lover Th* pho*<>graphy is excellent ard reveals wonderfully *autiful back gromd** The Flr.e Arts children also call for more *han usual com ment as they ar- undeniably the gr*a’est gr-.up of youngsters yet » • i*h‘ by the professional play ms kers <t»her B’imbers on ‘he Majestic program this ween, tnclud® a Tinny Women Know that they cannot afford to he ill. They must keep themselves in the best of health at all times. Most of aiL the digest ive must be kept :n good working order. Knowing tlie im;)ortan< »* of this, many women have derived help from iSech&ms ?iSts Thest* safe. sure, vegetable pills ouickly rigM \\.r conditions lh.it can 1 -*- I'v'i'hiche. languor, constipation and biliousness. They are tree fr».:n habit U *7n ing drugs Tlv v do not irri tate or we iken the Ijow< !s. Wor.m find that relieving the small ill- ,pr!y. prevents the deveke • at of big tines. They dr;**: and on Boecham’# PilU to tone. -I r « net hen and Keep ITieiii Well I W '»•<■> «l VriM t. .n 1 .mn Sw. hMlw.lm la War.* 1t... ZS, Airtir) I «r.J ullk lilt -.«•» I >l*tl ■■■“! .U nlkff«, In«•Iti •( IM k *»«• II«m«II»ii • r*e. * et'.*iMge«l mI l *”■ '» > <\l -'ll n left ’ i> ' r S< I I #♦» • Jem--nst r aM«.-n «*f 's' ?■»•'■* m :M<ng V hi- h will ' t trsoti-r # I'rnr.ilman I4»lph Sillier re< e I « •ter |» Benlp ni-au-l uni »e*rr.«l mi lk juries al • nuldiri <?turln' o'u** > * ■r> .(■l to a-re«t ■ ■ n*- I «■ » c - f-->-lt if the ('life F r M.'or. are The I pr-'e ’ ff -er a-r th. v e , 1 -r • w l.' M- • rut I The A-vh rU-a «f *he Kranktln •"■«*- mrr «-’kuol kn. ele-te«l the follow Ir t cffl * • • Munr.an :.-e pre* «t-r* At ■ «r retaej T * **eg » r--inl ’r**- .r»r .rn * K*v - " h .*«.« « i*ot-’p-'«- 1 * . ' • p- n f r r ■ •ru'«» ' e if y V* low »r<l h’;e »-» *r e ••• •'. f> hh<l the m ts • T % er<evei*sfi hrlr«r * jC*e»« T fc e ■ ’*« will h A pl-nl • C ll 1 • )• -• e AJIt la' . f -v. Frldaj '■< i* Mias Warfare* I . »t«-lfoe.l, No SJ' I rtkror a'r , aol.ilat of t»ro*»e Poiats rch >me ’he h»a.i * *he \ »rt n ent 'f ('!'< *t r* r n't: • ;t:.* •* fjl' • er:n I ' I > ' * ► r «.! -..a ■ **l in tr. f.-r :l at -%e -- I'M an ! .a'er .-• •: n I" if ;e ivl Kr..e r'.-a aril • 1. «t ( r *■ ;re h» » !r. ■ . .<: 1 • a- l *' h'■ r 4f;i 5 k r c- • r: H '-*k' --1 ' • lr*e r. ►► M«# Mu f*l a■- • . » ~>e«n i <*- • p. -r «• i f-r - tnd range of I Keystone comedy. “The Waiters Pali." with R weoe Arbuckle leading In the fun-making a M :tr and Je" ! comedy, the Florence Rose fashion pictures and the 'oplcal review o' loc*: as well as national new# even - # Henry Oantrey is sing .g a new buliad. My Heart Belong-* T You." and tfcer* ar* other musica numbers by a splendid Juv n' e [quarter which a(pears only ar -b*? matin-es >* ASHISQTON It s the sam- Miry Plckford i.ut •c entirely fresh vehicle tha* are offered to pa'non? of the Washing ton theater during f fc* present week “Holds frem HoiUnd' Is the tl'ie of the film, is which the star is sup ported by a cast that includes such well known plavors as P*ar.k Dose* John Bowers and Russell Bassett The scenario .» by Edith Barnard Deland In charge of ber three little broth ers after th* d*a r h o? th*lr paren's Hulda Is ferund in the land of d.k*-- and windmill? but is transplac'*'d to America in the course of ’he story Hulda makes th* ‘rr aero * , 'he Atlantic at th* be-fces* of her uncle. Peter a rich farmer ;r. P-nr. sylvania. but she 2rr:ve« to Arid him ( la a hcapßal -eriously injur- and Re«. ‘cued from h*r plight H ..da --me.- ( to know th* thrills of ar.d be'- ! ter fortune In the denouement A flrst-run Sidney r>r»-w comedy and stereopticon views of An Easy Oialr Jourrey to Bohemia w*h r ’ :r ton Holme* ‘ are other features Mary and Jark. clever kiddles - ng Richard A Whiting’* la'e-t -*or»g “Mamma's Little foal P.lvk Rn«s and la ‘‘.Are You From Dixie'" CADILLAC Oqa of rh# moat versatile bur laaqtjA performances offered locally la a lo&| time tt> ibows la the Oadlllac. Sunday. by 'The Charming Widows" company. The s»ar Is “Kyra.” who ic said to be or.* of the b*s* of American dancers r»urlng bar act she danced "The Spirit of Happiness.'* and showed h»r«*!f equally efficient fn Orient*! novel ties In one of th* dar.ce« used several Hindu cobra The / return** And ■•ca.nary helped to make the »*•♦ a success Th** efcr>-» open* w‘* v a bjrlett;.. "A Busy I>ay at the Bor Mar-hc ’ s»aged and produced by Fiddle r>»als* Ho appears as Herman K!ufr and h!s antics furnish g'od hot w*-arher amusement The act closes with a h ige fashion shorn, in which *he fashions of women for f t.e ns9 years are displayed on live Vorber* 9 lan a offers several vto !!n *olo« The second hurlefa Is en titled "Rival Hotel*” The h ! 4 & whole is the t-es* »ba* ha 4 e*n produced in f be Cadillac this ■ m mer AVENUE r'aterinr *o a capacity crov'l ,l < Avenue re/»pere-l. Sa* irda 1 . <?*•-. ir.R, wl’h a r,e» stock L/ur!*- *rjiie ■how Asa clean buries*: :e show the performance vi« far nf/.v* • •• average presented I*•*rt • * for ■ on*, time Th«* chorus i* made ;■ of : * r od iwjksr.r wen dres *• 1 .i'd drilled v rl» The ra«» lr.< ludes \fiv belli Baker. a d -- w*b a rare voire fl-.e W.r *n -;nr!;,A'“ t*o comedians a-d vi » ; e •, rr«' « *h» i*d« < ,r, *r 1 '* In an n-'i-r ? 'C.e-ntath* *•< - ; - es,d T%t rs »' and •> ■ r - •'< f de alined naV- -v r -ro,' on ■ • ',r< r pa*rs > v *•«•■ >a>en In •’arirr and per,/ , . , and ■* ■ *1 1 >* at- mes and •' vW »/j v r> To Pirnic M' - ! * .* \ Mich . Aor 7 All •' ' completed for the < • nli to V* held fr. if > ’’ c n 1 ark Wedn* day. *iK ••iii r. if Is preolded that will throng to the local r sort Prtttlas —«k. S'sls Meal kls«—lkil •« a.kt—Tlhim ink llrfl —Ksta U*s TWO KILLED WHENAUTO i HITS POLE Joseph Neuman and Kay Schuholz Victims of Latest Tragedy ONE WOMAN IS BADLY INJURED Flat Tire Is Blamed for Accident Out Jeffer son-A ve. Two men w*rp killed and a w(v ”»a was «**r ouslv hurt when an iti.tuo I .:* larfe j off Jefferson ave.. ear ‘h* Seven-Mile hoi’fe. Sunday, -■nd rough' do* u a telephone pc-le ■ n i he occupants The driver, who, •*.‘h a se< o::d woman, escaped un liurt. Is r >w hell :n the M* Ciena * r.s jail on a charge of mar.slaugb ter T v * des 1 are Jce«*ph Neuman. No '•>;? i'as*«ve »h" formerly lived In ■•’hicagi under 'he of Joeeph Nalastowsk ar.J Ra' bar 't-nder In 'he V ayn» Inn. *hc !lve-l ki'h his paren's »• No. 134 Elua -* f h s’ »a *t The 'njund woman, who is ia St. Mary s hospital, I>**- and is i to recover. .« R.:’h \\';..:a' s No .is Blble\ st Frrrii.i Robinson wuo was unhurt, j lives a’ * same ad '.'•»'**> Th iJ • % > Roy I'-'r*f i N*» 343 Har ; -. ►-• n jvi ar.d he also :s own-'r ■f ‘hr - ar that hgured in the as’sl dent Th* party had ?et out from TV • rul’ e.srl> in th* nornlng for a day of -.-.otoring and were nearing th* :?♦ v-n mile house a tire b>w ini' Th** machine was traveling J’ miles an hour, aocordlug to Jules S huhols, brother of on* of the vtc ttius, but u '.s also clalc.ed tha' th* -7*ed was twice as great When the lire went flat, the ma nine *e« thrown out of it a course md >1 .: and w.*h a telephone pole, m aking t off In a;s *■ ffort to get I cc.ntrol of th* cax Porer became (o«'-cfu»*d. »n 1 Ir-tead of placing his f-- • on the brake he placed it on tfce ct-lera'cr. and the machine i plunged ; h*.id at In r**.is*d speed a<"•-*■' a ditch an :nt< n second p* !*. whicn fell SRuareh on Neu ' man. Schuholz md the tn;ijr*d wo man. aho were m the batk seat. All •Yr*- w* re thrown ou' when the car ’luu*-d i f # plunge 73 fe«t m'o a , field N uman di*d i few raoci*Ti‘i la'er u.d r*"huhoL. who ha i sustained rr-n i-’Jon of f .*» r.ur. died In Ma :.a Washinr'Ln ho*plml. Mt Tenei:* a' 11 "0 o'clock Sunday night T.* car wa-< not ov»-rlurned l: I Porter an 1 Miss Robinson k*pt •r.. .r .-eat? ands i«‘a:ned only J • -Sohuhol* In an interview, M : i . declar* f he kn? i from wtl nr*-e<» cf ’he a* ciden' tha' the car »a- Having only 25 mil*- an hour, and ’hat h* wanted to give .istur anc»- ’ a’ no member? of the party wr*re ut >r the influence of liquor. H* «ald none <»f the met in th* party waa addicted to drink S liuholz explained that Nola*kow ski had changed hi* name »n New man on t omlng to lietrolt because of 1t« l*nsrh and th* difficulty In pronouncing if Porter wa* placed under arrest ‘ Depu'v £ er.ff Charles Kuchen : . .-nr r < Mt t ltm-ns shortly aft er l - ar ‘nsjk F fn'al plur.g* and wrl.de aid was being rushed from D* tri .t hod M* Cl*mens. PHILADELPHIA C Ail MEN QUIT Threaten to Tie I p All Traffic In the Quaker City ft W.AfrKLPHtA. Aug 7- The fhrea'ened affemat to tie un Phlla .e.pr. i e 'ransit was begun e*rly to *■? est 400 carmen members of • • Am iigamati <i \sso< latloti of , ectric and Stiect ilaliway * m plf>yes- declared a strike because »r.- 'ra'tinn company refused an in r* i- e .n r <u;>‘S and recognitl* nos ' ■.e ijfjjon Fly .7 o'cloc k *his af’er n-,on a* .«*ast 1.000 or one third the • r,'ire force of carmen in tLI- <l*> are « ipec'e-l to Lave quit. there !>• order and r> v upon the public to help US W n A J’j*t fight," was the order tiny F Kiynn president c.f *h»: i'»< ai mlon. sent »o every barn in *f.e >.<y b > special meskenger* Thousands of » ,r*cer* io<li» wait ed In vain for cars to car-y *ri»ni to work Transportation was •low and while many car* seemed *o be in operation a* h o’clock ’hey were all crowd'd ■\Ve will have 2 Vi 1 ' men wi*h 'is >y tomorrow morning and not even a u( * i> will * r t.r. ng,’ cle 'lar •cl Kiynn • Tly rods- »c< the I'nlted Pr» ss In IK hours this number win swell* and by rrc r» an<l ’h'-r* will not be « c»r running.” uctROIT TIMES ATKINSON URGES AID FOR MILITIA Detroit People Not I>o iritf Duty By Soldiers’ Dependents | PACKARD FIRM IS KEEPING FAITH Some Other Detroit Concerns Failing to Make Good From <3 St df Corrttp sens KI. PASO. Tex. An* 7. Some soldiers in the Thirty firs: Mbhlsu . regiment are not dolr.it ♦ff sent work. and the cltlten* ot IVtro.t ate i to blame for the condition that ob | r ain*. Chaplain Win. A Atkinaon told the oncers ar.d enlisted men RAILROAD WAGES Shall they be determined by Industrial Warfare or Federal Inquiry? To the American Public: Do you believe in arbitration or indus trial warfare? The train employes on all the railroads havevotedwhether the\ will give their leaders authority to tie up the commerce of the country to enforce their demands for a 100 million dollar wage increase. The railroads are in the public service— your service. 1 his army of employes is in the public service—your service. You pay for rail transportation 3 billion dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every dollar from you goes to the employes. On a!i the Fastern Ra roads n 1015. seventy •' vr :er cent of the train emplove> earned thrv (lowest, honest, and as-rag* of ail) as shown ov the pa< r >. > P*M*nrer Freight Yard The average yearly wag- payment* to all h. s *rn tram em ploye* (innud ng those who worked only part ot the year) at ihown ty tne 11*15 payroll* were — PuM(i|*r Frwjht Yard Engineer*. • • • • .$1796 $1546 $1384 Caadactar* 1724 1404 1238 Firtmea ...... 1033 903 844 Brakeaet 1018 858 990 A 100 million dollar wage increase for men in freight and yard service (less than onc-titth ot all employes) is equal to a 5 per cent advance in all freight rates. The managers of the railroads, as trustees for the public, have no right to place this burden on the cost of transportation to you without a clear mandate from a public tri bunal speaking for you. The railroads have proposed the settle ment of this controversy either under the existing national arbitration law, or by refer ence to the Inrcrstate Commerce Commis sion. I his offer has been refused by the employes’ representatives. Shall a nation-wide strike or an investigation under the Gov ernment determine this issue? National Conference Committee of the Railways EI.ISHA LEE. Chairman A * r.RRJf., 4..< «™ w.rai«*r.. r a Aiasif.irr, «a- i g.. **• AtlstHl' t asst lia# Bsllr»»sd 1., • I L. W, RAI-DMIX, r.an'l Rfanap.r Atoblaaa. Tapaka A I* Railway. (mrtl .1 i.wjl. 11.11*.' || « «« w..-r. ■ .—w f„ L BABOO, frfa’l Wwit|.f, ..4 1.1. I M# 1,1 •” '*•’** * R.llriaA. y, „ „ AHM , , It* H >mrin lk sad 1 R«t#ra Rsilvsf, ******l" w J*X*k.A Rt’XBRIJ. Cm'l Nim|w, 0. a. * «rl 11 R, Can I M Ml. 1.n.4. R.i1r0.4 V.kMk Rail.... ._ , ' ... - . . . A. M *« HOUR R..1A.1 h.* Fr-^. r - - c. ■ ratßioa. n** i • *- •►oihib. nr» re—<***•. Caaad •iMkw. R»li.n Ba.kaarA AO U— Mlwßy. c a r»l*t, (mV Hnnmgnr A. J. RTORR. R|i*rr«lA.l, rkHaAalybto A R.aAlaf Ballaa? »'*• BaMraaA B. « ' Rif ». 4m to ftoiAM, 6. I. V AIO, Wrm. AU. I «.ufw. < k.i.p.ak. A Ok*. RAlxf. lum« ( tolnl IJ.M Rang* A..rag. Rang. Aa.r.g. Kaluga A..rag. s £l; *>«l *£* *1733 *IS43 1831 2*l 1642 KM 13,5 I'M 1128 1732 1109 !«. 935 .707 1,41 1521 973 .Si 1085 Eofiaceri. Caadactori Firesti Brake men . In hie Sunday sermon He openly criticised the somewhat Indifferent manner in which funds have been coming luto the fund for the relief of soldiers' dependents and laid the blame principally to a lack of or sanitation. A tag day whs oue o( his suggestions to raise funds. Men worrying about mother, wife or others at home, cannot be ex pected to do efficient work." said the chaplain. ‘ Home of the nianu facturlng concerns are doing what they should do to relieve the dls tress, and others are not " betters from relatives back home continue to pour into headquarters in undlmlnlshed volume, and many present pitiful appeals for dis ch ri; s ind financial assistance Early action on the applications f r d!o traes. filed by those hav lu.c d* ; • mlent*. t* expected from du Dion headquarters Chaplain Atkinson referred to the Packard Motor Cos., and a talk he h.id w'.’b \ 17 Corbin, represent* t tb»t company In B 1 I’aso Mr D >rbln promised. ho said that •' ep» ini company would aid de ;• mill’s of Its employes whenever application was made to It The v:: • uiy has ■S men In the Mlehl < in regiments, and but six have ap pi and for and are receiving assist 1 ur.ee. he «Hld. In ord- r to assist In recruit In.' duty for the Thirty first regimen' ’ lent.* t'h.irles Barton and liarn A Dramer. will leave for IH*r . •h’s w«‘i k Thev will be aecon panted by two officer-- from the Thlr ty second regiment, wfio have uol yet been chos« u PIONEER LIQUOR MAN DIES AT 7*. Ferdinand Kre.mi, No si’s Twenty fifth st , died In his home, Su: day at the age of 75 Mr Kreslu w.t- 5 horn In Oerinauy In 11*41 lie caiue to this countrv 43 years ugo ami established bin seif lu the liquor business In iHMrolt, at No DM2 Michigan ave , In 1*72 lie was a veteran of th-* I'm mm Prussian war and took a deep Interest In the out Come of the present war. Mr Kreslu Identified himself wit 1 all the social work In the district In which he lived lie was oue of the original members of the Xrbl'er society Me retired to private Its« 12 years ago. leaving Ills business to his sons. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs Maria Krestn, three sons. William. Charles and Fred, and two daughters. Mrs Anna ltoldt and Mrs William Mahler, all of Detroit The funeral will he held from the residence, Wednesday if I 4KK 4MI It IV Kit STK % VtKHS I IKK VMI 111 V I It MKVMKKS. ~E Mackinac” The Island of Pleasure 1 Round Trlj.. Approiimiti JL Cost, Including Meals and Berth f i trti-t »«• .»»*!’ * • al«- M .!. .•»• 5...1 .*• ,iJ»*S | ’0 i) rr. '.I MiLtslSi i »n.l P*l '•»>* I * * *t H 1 ' « *' • , M miit a i • I Ml i »•* « • • n r _ . , Via !• ai.J '.a t*. It. for t»u- ••• snA *a •( •'* quv ... >:J f.a l • * ’*'• •' ' • o . r. • • '« < * « • ,f • *"» tr J i.w la labia »*•«<• < Msi t -UK • » • ’ Itir.g lor pour • •< - ' * iiut- a a. I liar .* II .*>* **' r»a»Tt’ * ui*« _ ~ Round Trip Ratos ti Northern Points on Sole Da: y lsisiui SI O.QO 11 an cot k $21.35 Sault s»te Ms ri« sl3 50 Houghton 21 -25 Duluth 25.50 Maruuetla lb 50 Calumet 22 1 1 Lhnago (One '3. «y 1 1000 $8 5a -CIRCULAR TOUR OK I_AKL ERIE r 'o to I .(Till th. ii a to I ' « ’uV«l<) '■* UraUn ! 1 hpfna i • « • ’ * I•,a#t tha .»>*' •■rmrt luortilns »'>•»# .i r* • to < • ► > -» fan.o .a 'r** •• ' .*'i •' • iJ-iVia. * »< ■'•'* • •■ .1 »i < l , '#t . a • ■ • - • 1 »«' a ' ■ ■ * i r ' «at < r -a Third A»» W iar( il T v r*. Uajaqtu u; 4* dli .* *t s?f #• t \%* *ft til rioiir a < i bvu.ANU v iVK.Aiui' f uiirAVi, r H M U mn. fraavl.it. A. A. S-ian V Ira t *al Mol .lana-al Mtnafar. U ft U. *■ A. pvaton OrTROIT Rf \TV STFAM r Col II mil tgi gjga™ 808-L0 /-™ iru Hrafc llava II a.ni., lidll and 3 p.in. Rundaya— -9.30 a.in., 2Ar 3 p.ni. Haturning Arrive 2<V N p.m. Fnalera l ime. Itanriag and Italliing. E'are (Liiept H l«isy»| il.'r 4 luldreu 25s MOONLCCHT va ilh f>anr iog on Sir. Coin ml !e or St r. Claire every Ersninf Etrapl Snn. and 'ton. Si3o Earn il.'r. 'h.i.-rpg 1 !nli layif SCXIIAT EVE. Columhin Luke Ride «"d Concert 355. p*r«nlt««si I ••fern v i|g«ilflf ii Tim#* All lrl;>« !r«>m IUlr« Sto Tk« nifeit (• r*U« mmw «o k«af« «u l i>«rf it r««»r*»4. 75t fhnP On Big Steamer Put-in-Ba, ' 51 WwWM llnnrtn* on Ike bn«i P'lngt la hr itnyliwbf, erert itaj. f ™ Orrhulm. HnlHng n» I uih rrmrlr .in, nt.. 1 -A J "fe Ike « I .kimi.ihxi r.rtf Mon ii rml and >i. ..a. <p I »O*J M ' Ike ißlra n* Ike II or nr l‘nl -lu Ha* Irnn . .1 tl n in Dali 7- atr. > rank I Kirby leiar'i. nt it I*. 11. Week liny*. If you w<Bh to avo and the crowb3 go Thursday or Friday this week. No eociet'e* booked ASHLEY a DUSTIN STEAMER LINE, let St. Wharf CHAT HA m I I*l "1 KlMlki;!*' "I ' MIX HH. TllKOrt.il ltd’ll FAK vl I.ANUS in STKAMKR I,no <1 XI it u|r>—| la n >11) K XXeek lia*. liallv •n'epi x|.,„,|ny. final learea ftanitnlph X|. Il.nl. s 1.l n m.. rrlitrna S iTIO p. nt. Fare 7'c; Cliiulren. joh\ xm rxxni, tgi. 5 Days' P:y The Soo cruise Mack'nac Island * ' # Str. Hua'i a|> j) Only ;i 1 r nt. I number of |*n >en;rt*r . in ■i m suriryr dihiiiK i>om s»*r\i(*e, with Mea's and Berth | 1 i lommenrln. tIOIIS and tjcl'ffl Jl ~V 4 John Stcveniion, Mgr. Geo. H EIIIb, G. P. A. Ktrrf l'«f«ff«r, ** %• W. F««t 11 n n «l#*l |»h *•!. 114 Central k an ■*» ii i-... War € le>aaa *l, I liUkaigl. an.| f. .null. a*d »«at l*fi |j I# «a „ (1 kora ta 4 leiekmd, l< n I Hlkl jr.U * DAk Iltllh TO < I MM.VM) tl I. Milai, MMlae»(lg|, Ihgndkf ai.n i»n*f, 1 »u a. >ti T"t »Mg .la • iml all (ni.ni. aa«t. iiaii.*. i* mi. k kite. *3 i. # 0... . 4 . M 'U K«l l< I nil'. T'k M.rklnar l I am. wae|x.ri«~ M«n4*r mu k-n>ni.i, A p . wad g. ia. ami TANARUS» '*•»> i. Mi a .a t*>a> lal Hgaiu.r l« ‘. •.kl PC- Mnm ter*. • ■'» a m . I.rnr.il./a, S g ia Xa dn» rn runlr WRIk ■ rkll I»l I Hkl.is Ml in BAillUlA* * .... Mi ll st. NailuA Try far trm «p» a* on. Biaiaemn.. . • rial tan. | pp«, kart I, *l. loraei In Ik. IIA, M»ol« room, 11.5* ll' nr. i Ol'll< I • lli.rd Ate. W kart, I*. W »ada*r'l A*. I Majr.llu Hl..a I. m War* m. Waa4. Ovw * aaioni. a. Prlkflßl—lke plain neat kind—lkal la rlßfet—Time a Job Hr pi. — Main 47.1 ft ernoon. at 2 o'clock- Interment will be in Wood mere ceniet»‘ry. The lnt» rnatbin.il Typograj'htcgl n'oit begins it- annual convention ■ mlhv «i Hnltlmor*. office employment to the d?iy or evening classes of 1«3 169 Cass Avs , Detroit, laxrgest. llesl Equipped Srhiwd In Michigan rWa* • fta4 **' —— ■ aa IS— —m F/ODAKS) KpLACKS* QjX \v* »• *u mar !••»»« ' ri r ; I <1 •» 1 1 v <• x '•'nnda >i. * | .’i m r< . )i |> in 4 |> v Miitdn)*. 9 u It | ; m Siindk) M. *■ i l •• tui Kin I«, Tn»hfn' and AI- K ‘ I'M. I J. .-II <1 X»t !>l. \\ t dully. 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