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'SEES PEACE ‘ BY FAITH MOTHERS Ks , Dr. G. G. Atkins Ex plains Essentials of World Brotherhood POINTS TO FORI) AS AN EXAMPLE Says End of War Must Wait Spirit of Sacrifice Declaring that confidence in <vr. •rw la ewec-niial to world peace, world redemption anil world hr "ri or hood, the Rev f* <1 Atkina of Providence, R. I . who Is filling tne pulpit of thf Firs’ Gongregut ona' church during Aug .at, praised H« n ry Ford and bia human atvtud* to ward hia employe*. in a -ermon, Sunday morning . I»r. Atkin' said In part: Henry Pori undcvstan I- th» 'a! * «*f plm mu tonftderii e in '-I*o. f- I.' takes »h-m from the pmltcntn * wad redeems th*-m U*< ■me nf I * faith in them Juae Add»m» a-- as ■ the value of ceffWketve. hi; I * e takes the most heln|r«* f r«• it> '■ e alums of Cht< sko *n<l nmkes ia- • >f them again Thoma* Mott <»*’ rr,» realtssd what could he done wtu n h* took the principle* of hun.nr ?' hind the wall* of Sin« > nc an.l « W real work for mankind ti.-r*- Ragland believed nhi-- had i.l'h!« and principles which Germany I <l pot. and Germany believed she hm Ideals and principle* which r.rt.aml did not possess, and until th. .«< na tions have confident e m each other •ad In their form* of government, wars must go on. Franc* must jla » faith In Germany and Germany n ffrance before there ran come last* Ml peace. The apread of Ohr istlanlfy 1* a warfare, where confidence n n»n The Political Ideals of William H. Hill 1 r"~3E2iL SV y WILLIAM H. HILL, Candidate for the Republican Nomi. ation for United State* Sena tor, Aug. 29. t Wboa a candidate present* him- Mlf for public office there are cer tala facta the people are entitled to kaow, so they may exercise the privilege of suffrage wisely. Theae facts are: Who the candi la, his record, his equipment ter offler. what he stand* for. and What bia conception of office is. William H. Hill Is a candidate for tha Republican nomination for T'nlt od States senator from Ml< higan. Ho la earnestly urging every Repub- Mean to vote at the primaries A ig ft. ao that the expression of prefer •BO# on that day will represent the choice of the majority and n<>t of a handful of men who are hound to voto for aeiflsh reason*. Mr. Hill Is eager to giv* every rot or the fullest information about him •elf ao that they may know what may be expected of him if he is nominated snd elected. William 11. Hill is a msnufactur lug dniggist. who has spent the las* tl years of his life in Itetrof. He has been a Republican all hi* life but. in 19 1 2. believing that |r eo:v 41*ton* demanded it, he fWluwi i c |. Roosevelt. He ran for rongressmsn Bt-large on the Progressive ticket it that time, polling the large** \h>, Beat to Hoowe%elt. running ahead of his ticket 20.000. and exceeding *h« vote of the Republican nomint?* for governor by 5,000. Mr. Hill baa n»ver abandoned hH belief In and his advocacy of th« Abe Uncoln principles of the R. i ii. lican party, and believe* h«t th«* wisest course for all Progress! v*s is to ally thernaelve* w.th u*n jwr «wt party. He believe* that running h gov eminent is a business pro; .'tun for buaineae m»*n. He calls f.»r a new deal, believing I hat n« w , mor.- than aver In the history of the «ouu try. businees men of trained judg Blent, are n«*ed«>d in the senate. His own breed cx|s*rie»i*< h*i<i arduous training, etauhined w?h wide travel in thl* 'lountry and • broad. fit him admirably for »h* of ||ff .he seeks. He pledgt« hlm*wlf nominated and eie» trd. to he a tman of consiKK'ive in bias* >*nstituents will ui* i>« p. •hie to put their finger <>n. Oat out at the primaries. Aug. BBd vote for anew deal by placing BB X before the name of William H HIU -JhUv. and love for rr en are the methods used, and sacrifice la the weapon The attsim nt f the*, pr n. t!o inean* warfare far n ..re * \«-r- than demand* U h \ the welfare <>f power and pr le.'*- I* the are..t eat. r.est und Itlrnat* f n 1 •* in the world Hacrt* • is the weapon lo> e and rent'd, r e i.<*. r> r,.i *s ! If » he.,rt l* to l-e br -k» r n • ’ v * heart Ifa • ! • i- * ; • r • le: It r , V V •• ■ ! t a * ' ’ ’ - rata« * til p* 'Pie -* * " » ‘ for otto ra. I Srotr.rr tr i WH t t I can rot »h<>« • 1 t' •* a v ■t ‘ e j attainmer t • f r I hut * how th* . r• I * 1 I hill of 1 Idem - ’ • ,n > - r Ito it th. t ill f v* ■ ”‘ n | oetween th» rr; t . 1 1 ■ * .* rh. hill r f ... • ' ■ • •’ • 1 *e#n. hut If ' ■ I ' . t 1 r ' ' s I toward the I B, *. sos R•: 4 tru'ttn* <J • 1 tie Iw a y o»»r th* ‘ n1» - • 1 ►* NEW HOSPITAL ISAMONG FINEST Emergency Institution of Workmen’s Compens.ition Cos. I mque In Man\ Ways The ue\» Rm«rpfrr v hc*p *al of •:.e Mich gar. \N ‘•rkn.cn * 1 .>t;.;>ec«.» tior, Mutual Insurant « mpanv a; NO. IM E*M .1* .te f'. a'- ‘e'ovn Ruiaell an.; Hix'-ant-*'. * I o beer, formally »p*ned . n<t ;• '.,..i to ‘*** the la- r *ord in institution ■ catering to ind is’r.al - -ee ry Th. hospital j is ca;d tc be unique from the fan that it is th*. onlt ho*p.’al solely owned and operated ; x an industrial insurance company in the lalted States The hospital contain-: ;< n>>m. the fir-t floor tc-ing dex. ‘d so he (•fflea. waiting rooms, ou* ji-.'ient de partment ht>ap:' .1 dining iiH'm, *n 3 culinary department Tn> *->OO fl*>or con'ams th* prira - . vards operating ro>m. x ray -1» par - trenr. treatmen* rcv>n. and employe' I suites. On ;i*e third floor art ‘he large general warr I .'. the i.-toramn and the and riatior.c apar raenfs. The equipment c.f th* :r.<*i*u’i-?n is of the »er. latest nuk- and 'he operating room is thoug! * n‘ • *-\ celled by an v in *he s ate The fcterillxlng equipment 1 p.articular is considered of the firs’ ;aipon ance It sterilises instruments men ! «ll« and all auppbc>..S’d also af fords distilled waier fer - -?1cal use Even the laxaforie* u.-ed bv the surgeon* do not require, msnipu lat.on b> hand with poss.blc result Ing danger of .nf»c’ion. The Roentgen or X-ray equipment is of the latest type an>l i« so ar ranged as to be j>orable so a- to be u«ed wnhout the removal c-f .njuned men from their bed- This d*partm*nt i- in charge of Dr P M Hickey. Among ’he ec U ipraent for eye injuries 1s a gian: ete maim*-’ for the extraction cf metals deeply embedded in the ry.. Tr H L Bogle preside- over tniw department A pneumotor of the la’e-' mo!»-l , has been Ins'allM for the re-’i*. i»g I tion of aipbvxiafcd t»r dr< wn*d per sons. or tho*e -.uTrr.ng from ei**> trifal shock and .s available not only for ho<*pi»al purpose* but for the public in r*ne*a). The hosf.it il i' go locster] *ha» it is accessible by street car. ambu I lance automobi). ar.d even hv «om* of the --earn roads c D’erln? t • The in titution 1- open ’ay vnd. right and mav 0. reache-i v r.;. phone, railing <A tillac Th* complete ho-; its! *, rd ftrr it« experre.'S tr. i-a.natv surgery, is und*r th* rharg. c,f r»r H N Torrey, s'lrg.cal dlrec-o r T>r I) 1* Bfllwell, h<»*p 11 ei supertn *td ert. and Dr. J H Periiv. 1 c;>. of the cut pa’ier,* dep%r’n.ent \ competent social »r.r<i>r 1* « - available for all 'hu§» rj.*. -e<;u:r mg «ur.li attention Nance O’Neill Weds Her leading Man ' *'*!*s] ir/~ * / *v /- MW' ©oeov (wood* co.o» Mv-cej* NANCE O'NEILL Nano O'Neil.• iMtress, is now 'he *ife of Alfred Hickman. »hn was her leading man m movie piays The newiv married couple will ||v» in Miss O'Neill's home at Pavaide. U L Annette Kellermann Tells How to Gain Speed With Under-Arm Side-Stroke Position For The Times Pupils To Take Is Natural One, As If I .vine On Red With Your Head On the Pillow A-tcle No ’g.— BV ANNETTE KELLERVAN I Reco-d-Holo#'- and Sta' cf tf* v\ 11 am F'» $’ . 00C OCO P 1 f" A Pa ug► te r cf tc* Coda M T v ..s .« the s* .-ond installment of ffii le*- on on th* • ”ig!. urJcr-ariu stroke n;>‘verirn’ T sia- w ish to teach you the arm eri» ’ of ’hi* j’roke | A-- ;:rr ’he *a"r.e r*”, n as In I the J* 4- movement \.. h ’ - £ »h.e I rA v arm n;> under .» - de v. •r. I ’h* palm of the har . "c - \n\‘ I po‘l' on as 'h* star- of the r*ai' I stroke \ftv r "*u have done •- . i bring the >f* hand w v.'g'iie *h * right and pla e it jn I; - * w.tji the lef’ l and Keep too* elbow* c'o*e tr the l-od' Vonr hands are n< w tn the same porl'ioo you ’aip a’ ' .e -'art lOf the It**,* *troke rxce • ’hit I -.on are lyirg on 'our ntht sid* •Forget the leg* f?r a few minutes The firs' mc> e.j.ent !bhoot out the righ’ hard, s’ra ght out, a« far ahead a« you < ke. p t* in a d’re**» [line vi’h rh* he td Now move t » left hand, u-.ng ’he palm of the hand ns a -coop d< wr. along ’he «ide of the ixvdy until it te.s’s on the 'high of ’h* left leg the hand r ic*e -o the body . le eiecu;- inc this moven.cnt Ni'w irtu *h.em both together Do tnc movern*rt nrriv aneouwly, ’ k e wax I have • ,*t ,'i'own you Rememlxer 're lef’ hard 1* *0 n :M \ > f rward so sur» the paim rteix xx - 1 - f»j>l f->r -** :• gainst 'he ■*a’er Now •h* rig’ w ar r mu«’ pressed rlrwnw.sr>! n’li ' '.'A'h'x the btp. jus' enough to a 1 your for tar-1 mover.en f W*ith *h- < >r.. !n»-d mo verier •' of 'he arm« t.; ’• r.g a perfe. ’ accord. •* j w !1 -*■ ■■ rpn* ed whgt x-ou ova a”v a Now combi a. *h» •novemen’s of the legs am < When 1 r.e ban !« meet and v’gr. *h» Dcs ar» -via 1 ' up at the tame »:r-e and *l’h 'he shooting on’ of *he arm* a r, d ’h» Ir downward movement «irvj 'an*o>*n !y kt< k out *0 tha - wh»n the left arm reaches tn* ih'ghs the leg movement will have » een <-< ;npletei and a* tb* arms re''irn ’he fes- ar» • napped tr«g*'h»r ar. i prepared # o' the repeat movement One other thing tr remember '• thl« When ’he left arm is rnnirr down, the leg* should be kjekinc cut. When vou have brurri thorough ly accustomed to .hi- mov#Tnent er •er th* wa'er ln*tevd of keeping your head out cf ’he water let it rr-’ »»l' :n ’he wa’er A-sirr* the aame position yon would f Dtrg nr. a .M,*d with your head rt* 1 ’:: r or. a pllloa Remain on th* righ’ * 1* wl’h tbc bgr k of tl.c herd n 1 in roe-wed in *h* wi»cr Ken’ucky Elk* are to nee' a’ Paducah ’odav for ’heir »' <’e con vention 1 243-247 WOODWARD AVENUE I 24 Steves. H-adUua'-tera j =======3— Steinway [Vices Advance Sept. Ist at inci ? a ‘ Sf * \ n cost of labor and material, Steinway & Sons find it necessary to make a change ln pnees of Steinway ( *rand ar and Ipright Pianos, com mencing' September First. / \ J, 1 } r,rr^’r to protect the interests of the musical public o: y t state to the greatest extent we gave Messrs. s ‘**inway ii* Sors the largest order for st7nla7 these ins f r mei ts wt ha* e ever [>laced during all Rrpr.a. : t*t,vM the Thirty-five years, and more, we have been in Michigan the mu>ic Vri>iness. x? Secure Your Steinway Now! other p . ' mairnit.cent ->lein\»av a*? * aciecUon at the instruments i*ino, jij ’ r» i from tr . ri. at pcwpible moment. Our m exchange ia* •'•ry,' ar. »i t<K:k and the very nhort I ■' n r r, ‘ Uifore the new, and a s Ht I l ™-* *’ '* ’ ■ *. i <t, prices go into fore* Seeurea an in elln t* , *•.. i’ N< >W a splendid time to ins‘'ument— a r ‘ l,in " I ! * L You ran secure the in i')* very Later aftor Sep**-rr,*.« r 1 * ’ Ts \ n<*nt for which you have ho no mor* 1 :r a;< ~ - planned at a figure \ / ,r> 1 ' is really below intrinsic ' We ur/r ever »n* snt» . , DETROIT TIMES scm*s W ewrl ■ DEPORTED GIRL TRIES TO END LIFE IN CELL re spond* tv b- .1 .se hor parerv-I tiad ref . and -o re. ogntie h*r Mar 1 tr«■» - the t ;.-y*,ir old < 'a , ' .A 'Han £ r who whs held m *he conn 1 ty ;a. In fw-'rol* fore -nor* ’’■an *wro mor.’h - T>s*for*' ,•» 1. ;*port • and 'o » anada. a”encpted to kill h* r -elf in the Windsor jail s>a’ »rday morrir.g She was found hanging from, 'he top bars of th** de’en’.- r, ro< m by a rope m.ad- out of her clothing Ms* -»w - i* deported 'rorr iv as- She w»« placed in rha-ge of »he Chiidrena Aid i*o rie-y .n W nd*or »'’»r h f r parents had ref .*ed ’o recorr.ixe her. Ar rargerr er.'s *»*<■ ma<le 'o h •ve * t g’.r •es -f Mutcra’c L e ge ’' -o *ha’ *be OO’lld be sent ’ oron to and Return $7.50 CANADA'S NATIONAL E*H'B:TIONI .‘S«h tn **pf*t*s*r »lH 1 Rrlualvr M-c.irn •Mm lt*r« • i . |. M< X I * iera I|,m T « t«i f"’t ** lUif.lt. «|lrk. ” Mem. r -eformatoryr at Toronto V.v.-g ' was under arrest as a vag re’ .’ ” ’.me of th» attempted *u:x ide W ; nd«o- Ors cer* Norre May x* fieorge H Wilkinaon, and i ! v S’arlex R»ai’n*. of the 'ana 1 i an a-m Ir. F: vnc**. *rr.xcd ir. the r h vie.- n Wind-or. Saturnay. from v - ba’'lefrt>r’. Mu V.'ilkm-on b.- HI m! -ecennsi from rhe la*t Ipre. battle He will renirr. in thrv* o-or.• for ’h* -t irnd time nine** hr • -*• left <an 1 \ iae\G R*-a ime n f It J <’ Rcautße. vs ho «o.i - l < .’»na • mmiiiiHs.i'n bveau* >f ’.'Hu ry e***a •• ’ e!ug wounded pi** ’he fa T * ,i* be figuted 111 , 4‘- iftle- lfe -ligbilv injure:! !on .no oor-jsinn 1» w,.« re(r*n’l' v • r *<i f I.» l.i» ut Reaume »:ll h , • ! : * i5» gun 1 fli« -r r»; - rx*‘U ! f.xur’h A aradian Scot i * - h Bord* r*.r- THEFT OF CAR IS CAUSE OF LIVELY MIX-UP Thrf owners of piDslng autom.T t iles were mvi’l ' il m a tmrr\ mix Up b' the tlk fi »f ,t Paige mat him belonging «o Mrs. t’harle* l> Rrh fifin, * if* «*f a t lio'iwco aitoruey, who is slopping n Hotel Stall* r, Htindav Thinking that lor nitchili * had b*en driven **ft i»v mistake be rause another '‘aige precisely simi lar to it stood next to the spot where she had parked Mrs Kr*>- stem drove awav in the strange ear. which C. VV I’mln. asmt *»f the Paige Cos in lew Moines, ta . Tiad borrowed fmm 'he fact*ry fcr his use during his >t«\ here Harry Jennings. the owner of a Hudson, parked in the vicinity, was the nett participant In the mil up Pain, know inn Jennings, look the liberty of appropr.atinjt the car to look for his own Jennings reported the loas of the Hudson to the po lira Krnployee of *he P r R power plaut. saw two young men drive oft In Mr* Erbstein's -narhine Her huaband ta one of the beat known ritmical lawyers in r-htengo. CREDIT MEN OFF FOR OUTING ON WEDNESDAY Credit men of 'he city will hold their annual out Inc Wednesday, having chartered the steamet Pleas ute for the &>ion Th* let roll AsM'otation >f I'redir Men ha- natti rd the follow In? >i nmh.ee to ar range for the day Oliver Phelps, Jr.. Albert K A r i»n r > Char lea A. Her key. V\ H ' *\’arl* H. Cishin. Samuel Fleming, A K Grtmshaw H K r h nier Ir H vrr f. Offer i ... r>onvfh> (’otu-r will er'ertain wPh rla**n al dancin* trd .Mr .*”d Mrs Frank MeUer, -»l..i*f-» w.M n>n tribi.'e t* th** piograr* V vrious concerns in th** * .t> have donated j. f i*es for 'he !ad *■- o__ | PHILADELPHIA/ | * NEW THROUGH I l Sleeping Car Line VIA I J Michigan (Central —e I In Connection with I | Lehigh Valley and V- Philadelphia & Reading \ mUk 1 f ( GOING RETURNING \ Lw. Detroit 3:55 p.m. Lv. Philadelphia 9 30 a.m. Ar BuffaJe 10-10 p .m. ** South Bethlehem 1 ] 20 a. m. / “ Sayre 244 a.m. “ Allentown 11:30 a.m. J “ Wilkee-Berre 54)0 a. m. " Mauch Chunk 12:14 noon V " Mauch Chunk 643 a.m. “ Wilkea-Barre 1:45 p.m. I “ Allantown 7:26 a.m. - Ithaca 446 p m. K “ Sowth BethWhetn 7:34 a.m. “ Buffalo . 630 p.m. *T~ ■ “ Philadelphia 9:18 a.m. Ar. Detroit 12:45 a.m. —— * • >'■ i Solid steel sleeping rar through without change over •*•* ■ delightfully smooth rock ballasted track*, operating on a f**t convenient whedule. Dining car nerving all rural*. Direct Connection* to Atlantic City and other Jeraey Coast Points I ■ B Tickets ar<l Sleeping Car accommodation* at W) DETROIT CITY TICKET OFFICE I|3 l.afaye»te Amor 'Free Pr»». Building Phewe— Male MOO Owl tU. Wmt 1700 More Than a Man's Paper- More Than a Woman's Paper— DETROIT TIMES Is a Great Family Paper THE TIMES is the open door to the markets In De troit. What have you to sell to these people? They have the means to buy; they have the inclination to buy and they welcome the advertiser who is introduced through The Times columns. Why not investigate? Why not let us show you the possibilities of Detroit as a market for your goods? Welcomed, trusted, in forty two thousand homes In Detroit and environs- homes that have learned by experience that The Timas is al ways reliable in do& news and advertising. CANDIDATE HAS LIVED 3G YEARS IN DETROIT Stewart C Griswold. Republican candidate for |Hiilee Justice to nil the vacancy resulting from the death of Matthew Gainey, Is a native of Michigan, and has been a realdent of l*etrolt for 3t> year*. He has risen to prominence at the Detroit bar and was for two terms secre tary of the Detroit liar association Briueat*-d In Iketrolt public and private arhooln. with three years at Columbia university, Mr. Griswold was admitted to practice in Michi gan in 1903. and opened offices In Detroit. Previously, he had valua ble experience as confidential sec retary for two years to Cos! Henry A Greene, of the war department. ?° j The quickest— the speediest- Ml the eAsiest to operate of B any truck *s9H^HE9B9!^BS ever put on the market THINK cf it! Here is a truck with carrying capacity and efficiency equal to one-ton trucks coating SISOO or more. It runs 10 to 15 miles per hour under full load. It gives 15 to 20 miles on a gallon of gasoline. c hea[H*st cost 11k* world. No matter what your EVtffSm business is, you owe it to your* ** ® SBl® wwfMslg self t 0 investigate. SIMPLEX ENGINEERING WORKS 20 Hendrie St. Phone Market 8982 MONDAY. AUGUST 21, 1916. at Washington Mr Griswold ta a member of the (let roll* Athletic club. loiwyera* club. Detroit liar association. I>e troll Golf club. Klks and other or ganitatlon* representative of the city s social and professional life A Beauty Secret To have clear skin, bright eyes and a healthy appearance, your digestion must be good your bowels and liver kept act’ve and regular. Assist nature- take BEECHAM’S PILLS U»t*a S«U o t Aar MWkm b, tb« Worg' S“*j war»low. la UtM. |0«. 211a.