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Smut “Get-Awoy ” Mhgfyer in Sumrrt r is low brings mental arul HBEafclll laMltudt The Sp rit KfXaguid and the liver is ilfcr* Hature. is trying to H|irtnfl the toxins that come Mom htavy foods and lack Bf outdoor exercise Help ■Hature to restore natural Kpgor and vim. Getanught- MVlinder stamina by eating pffeiridded Wheat Biscuit Kpfth fresh fruits and green §! Vegetables. Cut out meat imd potatoes; eat these* deli- KcAous, nourishing little loaves | Os baked whole wheat and ( be cool, contented and happy. them for breakfast with KjuOk or cream; for lunch- IJoon with berries, sliced ba- Ipfianas or other fruits. Made Pot Niagara Fails. N. Y. liThe r> IRLS* |; T u job ij JS-- »Y JESSIE ROBERTS ifflf'lAUly I published * Ttrr from woman who ««.■ planner to <i < fßbug'tm with h*r two son* to ta •• e K|l«od and raise h- r boy.- BSwc city influence*. M.W I a number of in'ere-nn*; * ■|§» taking for thi- lady'* *ddr*-- Kgd offering io help her with hr-* ■yfcgod Information One mar. hah * WSJt»r who ha* lived In Oregon tor and know* tha’ part of th*- JKgftlintry where the mother wishes to UMrittta. Ha says he roold rive her a HSjp|'~ot Inform :«tior If l will forward K|Mr address or tend her hi* Another |* from » woman who Bunn and operate* a ranch clos* to same neighborhood and who .s ■yflling to do all she can to help this Kfeftther to locate and to get the Hm Information from people wh- are other* o' like tenor it Oregon Mother l.d : me her addre*--. so I < an not pu* HBpr lo tourh with th* *e kind per 'KgOaa. 1 am publishing *ht* ar'.t'.* she mar *er it and perhaps StoHte and let me rtre her *he ad li'ijcj hare noticed before this ho* ■MMln* western people are to help ■mpfone who come* into their neigh Mwbood. even to the extent of tak- K|ftf considerable trouble If my ■pgreapondent doe* move out to Or* ■gift I do not doubt that *hr will find ready to make h*r feel at ■lfttoe. anxious to give her * real And in the meanwhile ! ■pfeftt to thank the vanou* men arid BgMNften who have so promptly and ■pftdty offered their a*ststanre. ;■& Wrhap*. If some like inquirv ■WHft** to hand I will take the libery M||rlD| these addresses to *be ne w KpNtowen A lex a fir* 4*n* s hands*- ISklef Os floe lac*. wbich was a part KOf he T trousseau, to a recent Red ■pro** sale in London. The band Ktotrehtef was sold for 1275 He Chib women in variou* par* of Hgftftsmr have adopt* and courses of Kftfftdy In public health problem*. 222 22* Woodward A'enue New wash pattern veils in white, with hemstitched border and scalloped edge, 50c to s2*so each. Mata Floor Women’B, Misses’ and Girls’ Coats in smart checks, plaids, novelties at half price and less 35 Women’s and Misses’ Coats, values up to $35.00. nos $1 5.00 25 Women’s and Misses’ Coats, values up to $45.00 . 12 Women’s Wool and Silk Striped Sport Coats, values up to $12.75 * ••M 10 Girls’ School Coats, values up to $12.75. now S ».oo 15 Girls* School Coats, values up to $22.50, now . SIO.OO 25 Linen Suits. White. Hose, Blue and W istaria, \alue* up to $20.00, now 510.00 10 White Wash Skirts, values up to $4.25, now $ 2.23 10 White Wash Skirts and Sport Stripes, values up to $5.75. now $ Our Entire Stock of Taffeta Silk Coats Reduced to V* Price Valuta 125.00 to $60.00, no* $12.50 to $30.00 Court b Floor SO Summer Dresses, Barred and Figured Voiles, Crepes and Linens Values to $12.75 /Vow $5.00 10 Silk Orataat. **•*•« $22.50. no\* $ 6.’5 10 QlHt' Llhtn School Oreaatt. **«*•« $12.75. no vs. $ 5.0 C 10 Girl*’ Gingham School D-ctae*. were $5.75. no* $ 2 25 6 Whitt Taffeta (ahghtly mutted) ard Net -e--? $25 00. now ...... $ 500 4 Silk Party Frock*, Green. Pink and Orchard, *ere S4O. roo S*C.OO 2 Lact Gowna, $50.00 value*, now .. . sls 00 I kllil floor 4 NEWS ITEMS FROM BLOUSE SHOP Itointy model In Georgette crepe, large collar erfihroidered in apray* effect. long aiee\ee, fitted cuff, comae In blague with blue embroidery. Arab and white. 11.75. READY FOR JACK FROST jth 1V ~ r w /-^ BV BETTY BROWN Th* flat fur collar o' l.oula Fif teenth -m|* with outstanding neck line loom* ip at ail fa. fashion show*, hut r (bt beside ’ much in tb* spot light. is th* fur *rf of the longhaired pel:--’h* fox, martin and Kolinsky leading 'he other* Only th* graceful draped fur scarf can gv* a *mar *tre*t *ut’ a Q A* Y WOMEN k / ay The tiny nainsock rarment was Antened and Bella Jordan, tride of 1$ care«<-M i* lovtr.aly atni -anlel A- .-‘he sat h«-r*- ir. her little tvu room home she was ’fair air. g of .1 young t-oldier n kiuiki vli- -mil**, a’ h»r as he had don* ’h day lie l*ft for ’he Texas hor**r “Dear Harold ' “he said half aioud. *d*ar foldler toy ! From a table Bella *ook a bundle of letter*, opepe-l '!»* la’* * da-e! from n *no-\mpm*n> in T#xe-> and read •*D»-ar Wise —!ncif .-*d in my Ist *«• pay. Jls. which I ruaa to vou | will hurrv next month a pay nlon-f a* .-ocm as I -*• it. Boari t **d clothe.- are eno»igh for ms 1 i.now you nee** the money It .a a ,-elief tha’ vour rent is paid ali-au A thete'- • a!k her* of our ge--ir.g '-ofne In September I mi' y >* hvk on ’he Job -oon and «i’l ha'* ,i*n’\ of money ak*>n t he*; up. dear ;lrl Oeorgeou* model* In lare and net blouses, acme trimmed in hand made fllet lar-e and em broidery, other* with ribbon effects: comer |in cream w hite and i black $5 75 to S3O 00 "*//#r|4ly J/r H Are All the Patriots On Texas Border? What of This Bride’s Sacrifice? By MARY E. WALTER * Cocyr’**it. iSH. by M E. tValtar » HEALY'S Costumer to (Gentleuomen PARIS FASHIONS SHOWN AT THE HEALY SHOPS SIMUI TANEOUSLY WITH THEIR FIRST APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK Another •»*u*ifui mod el in <>eorgett* Cr*t>* It made * I h r»%rre off•< * tr<lT”i '• '1 M • n ’ « w hand niad« Fm* krAidery i.n re »r» with e>elet» and onventior. al drainn Thl* bio i*» la one ihr prettt»at we h»'' * <r had fl»*n and whit* tan Aral note of ei*gax.ce Tfci* “ke* h from FXtabion Arr prove* the point The coatume ia of the new Pontine a double-faced fabric. « !* or -a - "' on one aide and xiaxed ea-her the other Th* gown i« o' Cobait o; ;* satin The rolling colla- 'he bei' and trim ming on the belt -ab i« dark ala i*C leather Th* scarf is blue 'ox Fcx edge* *h# bot’om of the coa' well i.e happ-- tog*-her In a littJ-* w hile •It’s hot here in and prei ty tough for «cm* -f t. e r**n cua'damen re-*ir.» «ed >< th* cli n.a-e i.ov* ;o >ou Ha'. - ’ 1 i* girl wife k * * i»f*r and tliOugf.' T v s-k hrr.cn t‘i*re no fshtiiit for him and b*'» tcnios 1 oit.k" Wl’h a happy la ;gh *h* open-ti • Ira \er «*f a «i;» -*i an 1 there lovingly one by one. «he c-juor*«l o'*' th® Utile dr*--.**- and “ou-c-'* the wc:* flannel and musltn garment*. She fold*d tud pa*** l 'h* r:n> ra.rso c\ 'h.og a:.l -h-jt |t a wav w-.th ? he rest Humming a pp;- •<'iu F®lle »a* a' her -K and *rc;* a lo; r letter to her husband. cheei him ur. *he said to '’•raelf 8; -old hltr> *.f i-e p-'ir'c*. >* the it'’?* gar ment* Then *h** wri*te to her wid owe. ... ’'*r wh.< l.'*d Rd \ork*d in » di>'-tr f ’own. rerif inz ’hn* Neckwear Fresh From New York & Just the Right Price h 4/'^ Mi' 1 ' Georgette collar, deep bark with double Georgette hem. button trim med and hemstitched, regular ?1.75 Values for $1.25. Georgette collar deep aailor b*. k. her, •ttteher* applique, regular sl7" value so: $1.25 Georgette collar, wide «ai|or wi*h double *uo «periai. $1.25 I-arge Rolling Collar of fine Voile ]*re rimmed * penal a* 59c I.a'ge Net Cape Collar with pleated edg*> tnd doubt* hem*ti*rhed. 75c value* for 59c Wonderful imo rt men* of Georgette repe* u|r h if mocha, gray. re** cere**, br< n/< navy and green trimmed with th®*e ‘hade- s*s 75*0 $27 50 -rrnn* Il«»f DtfNUIT IIiM t b r.e.* • i u!il afferd to si o tho On 'f th* $ > her husband had ;< : . i ihr*-ad. srd ! 1 \ * r'v'r. *.»f th® rertaln . . -nld • pend • i -he go» hie pe<» m *n'h - < a l * tjsat af'ernvwn ca ne anoth 1* -**r from Harold, » f lc • and encc iragc-nent. icv . r ‘»r I »lth and with hepea f * ng her ehonlv v* h«- ;*t it -e iooibell rang. SN' pen j * . >or an *-*enger *->th TrenrMtng she i/rne.. ui*-tore open v■ar i ’■*ad Ml - It :■* -ry - * fcgerea ’o the -of® ..nd -ar.W *' i. -i ; “cic.ie meaning. *h® i* - th* evenin'; •y- !c • tvnh norning >tr* :;*lv about the f»-v‘ tr w>®’ she d:-*g*e-l h rvcli ' h* he of drawer? • •flritf., i. ■n* -.vh*-4 each baby garn.*rv V. '*•' fac* in It and moaned ’ v t a 1 and H.trold' !j * 'ha - :a* Mr- Ford, a r»i*h hoc foun 1 Bril* and read the crum pled t fit gram he !t>tra<t*d girl -hcw®d !*r r ** la *d ’he da' • *f.,r* from be T-xa* border, sign *d > Ma-olfi * come anding ofheer, and real Toda\ at Priva’e Harol • Vrdan and and o* -in strok*' ” Th< i>oor g-1 refused «b. feed Mr* Ford triM o force her io c»“, hut *®ak and famt le’ bei r.eich ? r her for ’he ‘'’r-set. and *ak* her «o ’h» woman * league that «i- (d®rirg ail to the r.e»dv de p*n»*- » of guardaf’en on the bor dcr There Bella told her *tor> and h* lv • -how »and h*r husband'* las’ letter f ill of loving encourage n.e t >i* poured out ’he fev dol lars vhe ha<l of hi* pay then ’•! fa uting and l-> so; hour* In th* a** of a nur-e Othc' women guird-nens dep--r.d*-nts w > :*s tugging thei- ekir»* \ w an i t Id. ask,-* th* lfa;u* for ass.-.arc*- ar. I *or*ola ticn f. .-got t•' .» r men' their pr vatior.* and -orro'*« in ! ’ening to the of • - >ri':«- wiiow Tbs' i-.ight B'-.la was «*nt ?o a ”*'' r pf -r* ■ <*' *4f " j r, '* r% fr -kT ■Jig* ty* NEEDLE WORK SPECIALS Children dr* r ieady rr to*- and stamped on pink and blue chembrai si/'*- 2. 1 < veais, values to $1.50, for 50c. VI -vitrta - « -r f«• . • r*.»»»in* ** que, boudoir cap. i, .--.n. ftt: • a* * i»i. I#e. f’ t <-r . t'i 1 year*. II Od \alue*. for ,v»^ * i. .’•• r» -»• - #d f<-.r French and eytlet embroider/, »»'*>« r* r f. » * it B*r. ** r h w*h •* »r»» .. .» x-etltrh and French knot em t>r'. dee II *> * ... f ift, « •-r n-*r <rf « ,ft <» - n«d for »'•!. 1 embroidery, X* r *t l *, ta»e. fjjfpahr?r* bi -pi al ut the Icnued expense Fur mat" days -,i* lav. dumb, ant teiirl -- in her k: i• • f \t iaat »h» r< u-< from » long -tupor i«nd open *ri her eyes IT* lines of her face M ft*m-d, for .it n*r I rra.*i brea'had a tin', tiny babv As *lie lovinglv care r»l »he child and k wed its fereh- ad. th« mother widow * grief mel’e i into oars ant. ahe murmured “l.lttle Harold' Lttile Haiold”’ REMEMBERS HIS SlO TOO LATE TOPEKA Kan. Aug. !* -D. R B.« u s farmer, livtn* rear Tecum #*h spent the afternoon recentlv. ac companied by a policeman, id search of hoho** Th*\ vt*ited the rail rt*ad 'ard in quest of one particu lar ’ramp They did not And htm Ban’o hired a tramp to work for him on his fa’tn The ’ramp was in r**d of cloth** and Banta gave hit" i pair of overalls to wear H thrn -en- the man to one part of th* farr while B.»nta worked at aaoth ed While at work the farmer re me-:.P»'*d ha’ he had left a glO bill In th* overalls H* hastened in aeaivb. of ho new hand. The man war- s ne bit the overall*, minus tb* ? 'ill. were hanging in a ’re* BLACKBERRY JAM Sy CAROLINE B KING FVk i>\*r the berries and wash well r*ru:n and put on the Are In i gran.’* '*tt!* t iiok very slowly stirring often till frint ta w*U br.*kea Then ud : 'hreef urhs a? m. -h - igar *“ fruit and continue cooking for 'hr**.quarters of un hOi.r to one hour The yam should be ’hick is marmalade when tir. :sh*d ’.'a' Crab’ ** ihe former far ou« act—*>« now in he- .seventieth year h. 'aken up pr..uf ng and fca« «ret*.' th* nmnsr »• u member f th ar’l.«’* colony a' GloccesTer Mas- Rue Grange. Bate Here 13. Pan* I.arc pattern Veils, the new hat irane. in pretty scroll patterns, 50c to $3.00 each. Children’s White Dresses To mane room for our new fall took we will -ell all our white dresses >f organdies, muslins and linens at Half Their Regular Price Girl.-’ Tub Dresses. Ginghams, *hamt • -and poplins, in blues, pinks md U.n . in -tripes, check and plain material', everal styles to choose from— *l.23 and $1.50 values for 75c One lot of girls’ linen and pique dre in whites, pinks and blue, ab>u f 25 numbers in all. some middy -tvle ;r tripe- and plain materials All Go at One-Half Off I. ftie Tots’ Dresses, 2 to 6 years. One odd ot of Gingham Dresses, not two pattern alike, in pretty ging ham- aid * dambrays, dainty pinks and b i**s, n plain materials as well a fanc chucks and stripes,— $1.50.$ 1.75 Values, for 75c >#<-•■4 Fl*»«r Stop the Frightful Waste ofJVuit Don't Mame samobadjfl elie/WhiW food upoqrvtons )of fruit sb/oif eVety yeas./ This fruit wquid supply mnifoiw of ÜbderAvith whole some, unexppnsive/fobds. This thriftless habit costs tho NaUbp/a stupendous suin—you pay yout share in higher prices for alt food. The Government and public-spirited news- house- c y <Doo io ° I if, \ uo P- Ku ~1l «-2L£&. They arc all cane, quick h // t- A \ dissolving and °f high- /f Gra nU k te A est sweetening power. /f> <pm*“ *^9Fs**»<> </ r~ Kept cleon by 5. 10. /T CM :/ m \ 25 and SO pound non- /f % *'#/ sifting bags packed / ' •*-*/ V •* th « re*»»ery. for them by nameT^^*^^ Test Bargain Saturday r*- . gcrit pTtr-y* I mi if ■?- ' W.I (j , p <— • * • 4 “Antiseptics’ Included ii,' f *i.* ■ >• •, ruf'l • i «x r ' * • i*l » la*’ -v ■r 1 n t v- - m • • ' rn r*»* , ' , n ■* •- >*r * •>• *■l t, in-''U<l» ’ h-rn » • n -*•»t■ * « " r »» H»r --r n* »;! v H *.A ' * * • n# ton p- pjUi t 1 ', l f »r i'4* «h>t* *n»m»! * T - ■ con • - v fi.9B ***tuMb?« vJss=ss pr l * 91 « »«b; !K» « ml* a W— V Monies Outfitting Cos. 44 ~ 4 6~48-~MTcJugart SI ue. Corner of Sft ofbt/ Street. TIMES PRINTING COMPANY JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT COMMERCIAL AND SOCIETY PRINTING THIRD PLOOR TIMES BLOG. MAIN 4520 Baby Can Test Its Comfort— You Judge f° ,ds t the Price V ° mp y yW ’ v»r irt fir piruirv * >«il<t or* ik bnig fi.uu • >h »\ ~m~ '*j3lr -n 1 to n 'n Out pri« • r<>’ ;.l*tn $1.98 YS^W ■'xk! :« priced fer S*iui- , 1 The hundreds of “Test Bargain*” offered here tomorrow make it possible for you to furnish a 3-room apartment complete with the most pleading He ign* at thi - attractive puce. Don’t muss the op portunitv. cash ; balance easy. SPECIALIZATION la the key to economic efficiency in manu facturing—concentration of capital, man agement, and labor on the production of a dingle class of article. The most successful manufacturers specialize; and many of the constituent parts of their product they huv from other specialists—they can buy these cheaper than they can make them. The enormous power demand of modern Industry has made power production a highly specialized industry employing large capital, expert management, and the most efficient machinery obtainable. This company can, and does, sell more re liable power at lower cost than the manu facturer can possibly produce it as a side line to his regular business. Talk with one of our engineers. The Detroit Ediaon Company. MAIN 4300 rKII) AV , AIMJtST 18 . 19 16.