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SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917.
Society ||» Mr and Mm. H R. Bl*n>p are la Nnr York. # The Rev Cheater B. Cmmoo faro a luncheon ta the Hotel Addison, Fri day. for 12 guests. Detroit alumni of the 1 niverslty of Vermont gave a dinner in the Hotel Addison. Friday evening. * -4h—- Mr. and Mm. R. R Sterling and Mias Rath Starling hare returned from Florida. Mr. and Mm. Otto Held. Vo. 1716 Went Or and bird., announce the mar riage of their daughter, Helene, to Bamuei H Singer, of Boston. Mrs Oeorge Tikndlie gave sa in formal tea In the Society of Arte and Crafts rooms Saturday afternoon, for ths Misses Fuller, of Dorset. Eng Mrs. Thomas E Waterwcrth and daughter. Isabel, No. 64 Lawrence ave., have gone to Baltimore and Philadelphia The Btudebaker corporation gave a banquet for their local represser tatlvee In the Hotel Addison, Tfcurs day. ■Hh Mm Mas Broock and daughters. Eleanor and Elisabeth, of the Hotel Rtevenson. have gone to Washington and Virginia. The members o?the Northwestern Woman's club, will visit the Ford English school. In a bodv, Thursday, March 2*. at 2:10 o'clock. Members at the Tuesday Mustcale will give a concert for the T. W. C. A. membership In the association auditorium. Thursday evening, March 20 — —- Mrs William H. Walsh and little toe. of Peterboro. N. K.. are the guests of Mrs. Walsh's grandmother. Mm. Andrew Hair, No 28 EUot-st. Later Mrs Walsh will visit tier mother. Mm Mary H. Christie, in the Best aha w apartments. The marriage” <n Miss Rosalind Bishop to Conrad J. Netting. Jr., was solemnised In the borne of tbs Liide's sister, Mrs Wesley O Dodd. Monroe, Mich., Thursday evening, only relatives and intimate friends being present. The Rev. T. J. VU lem, of Detroit, officiated Following a wedding trip in Washington. Mr and Mm Netting will make their home in Highland Park ■ Detroit Business Women's club held the monthly dinner. Thursday • vening, in the Hotel Cadillac. An Informal program at music, address ea and an original play called "A Club Sandwich” followed dinner. The committee In charge of the pro gram Included Mist Hhiily Butter UeML Dr Anna K Apt in. Mm. Frank Crieaman. Miss Oltabeth Beckwith. Miss Ixnilse M. Bret ten bark. Mm Ella J. Littlefield. Mm. Cora Kerr and Miss Frances Kerr. Mrs Frances kornton Whit ton who recently returned to her home tn Detroit from service# In France, in one of the American hospitals, wee the guest of the Twentieth On tury dub %t luncheon Friday, in the Century building. Mm. Wbitton for many years has been a member of the clnb, and In recognition at hw eplendld work In Europe. Mrs (*eorge Johnston, president of the club, will place before the member ship a request t.iat Mm Whitton be giren life honorary membership Following luncheon Mm. Whltton spoke briefly of her experiences as a nurse In the hospital where sol diers from ths trenches were hi ought, She declared that war is too great s price to pay for s new msnhood and anew life for any na tton. She extolled the wonderful courage displayed the French soldiers of all stations tn life, both In going into warfare and In bear Ing their afnictlons after service, and of the Indomitable spirit of thrf French and Belgian women who have had their kin »>nd their homes swept aw*y from them and altho often homeless and starring with their little ones, are brave In the face of all adversity. CRANK WRITES CAPITOL WILL BE BLOWN UP FT. PAUL. Mtnn., March 24.—"A fortnight from now the capitol will be blown up.” was the threat con lained in a letter received by Oov Burnqulst today ”1 am a Oerraan and hope yon stay out of my path,” the letter mad "If you are In my path tber* will be lots of tmubls between you sod me." The name "Oawlke" wss signed ands local address given. Polks are investigat ing BORDER NOW CLEAR OF STATE TROOPS BAN ANTONIO. Tex, March 24. The Mexican border Is now clear of all state troops Transportation official at Fort Sam Houston an nouacad today that the departure of the Thirty third Michigan Infantry marked the last of the militia doing patrol duty along the border. Col Harrv L Roggers, chief quar termaeler of the southem depart tnent, who had direct charge of the movement just finished, has eetab Imbed anew record for speed In transportation, according to officers here. Colonel Rogers best (he time set by the war department by more than n week, dispatching approxi tnately JliHkt men for their home at at tons in about 12 days' time Adrian Couple, Wedded 63 Years, Will Hold Open House Sunday lA'Ve'i ■* **. j 5;,. r**4*'„ "Sr • j DANIEL TODD MRS. DANIIL TODO ADRIAN. Mich., March 24—Dr. and Mm Daniel Todd will celebrate thetr 62rd wedding anniversary on Sunday. March 26, In their home In Adrian. Mich., within 10 miles of where they were married. Dr Todd, born In New Hampshire, after a medical training In Harvard college, came to Michigan In 1261. A boat brought him to Detroit, but from there to 1 yen a wee county he had to travel on horseback, because of lack of railroads. , . _ _ Dr and Mrs Todd are In excellent health and win keep open house on their anniversary to their children, grand children and frierds. Two eons. F J and W. W Todd, live in Detroit, and a daughter, Mm. Charles Wesley, lives tn Adrian. MAYOR TO PROBE GAG RULE ORDER OF DR MINER Dr Stanley G Miner, president of the poor commission, is trying to put an embargo on news tn the re ceiving hospital The doctor, who Is president of the commission by virtue of th« fart that he Is about to retire from the boyd. it being s rule that any member shall be pree Ident during the last year of hls membership, did not consult Dr Leo J. Dretska, superintendent of the hospital, or Thomas E. Dolan, super tntendent of ths poor commission. He Just wrote to various heads of departments In the hospital snd In formen them that hereafter news rbould not be given out. He did tbla. also, without taking Into hls oon fldence the fellow members of hls board. Bupt. Dretxka was a maxed when lie learned of it. He had not receiv ed s letter from the president <tjgf only became conscious that the rise# was to be as secret as Scot land Yard from one of his subordi nates Then he decided to appeal from the decision of the pre»;denL An a result hs will ask Mayor Marx to make an Investigation Into the causes that led Dr Miner to believe The Confessions of a Wife “Puir Attract* Only the Shirker. " Again I most ask you to explain shat you mean by "throwing down.’ I remarked icily to the manager,” i-ald Paula, aa she took up (hr thread of her story at the exciting point of ber interview with the manager. “He glared at me and then said Os course everyone on Urondway knew that Ernest 1-awton fell for you the minute you turned those lumps of yours on him Bets were made all the length of the street as to how long you would last. You see not one of ua thought you could make jour bluff good behind the footlights But we saw you had per sonaltty all right and you were the right type "‘But I must say you put It orer. kid and I think It made !*wton a little Jealous, for I want to tell you no man iikea to have a woman beat him at hts own game, and noth ing kills that little thing we call lore so quick aa to have the woman *r have a sentimental feeling for prove the better of the two "’lt ain’t right, kid. and t saw from the drat that you didn’t care a snap of your prwtty pink Angers for him. 1 am sure be got his and that Is why he Is so road at you. Why, he hae gone hack to hls wife, you know, and ahe’s a long suffering skirt to put up with him. any I. "'Now here la my propoeltkm I’d like to put your name in the bright lights of the little old street and I will If you’ll be good and do your part. I’m tired of Lawton and I can sen. you are a comer. Just say th" word and I’ll close the show and It’s us for the real burg.’ MB* w 2 ewe mm r —’ ” ' * that the gag rule would Improve the efficiency at the hospital Dr. Dretzka is inclined to bttleve that as th» hospital lx a public in stltutinn the public is entitled to Information concerning Its activities, and he knows of no better way to keep the public Informed than thru the newspapers It looks bad any wsy. he believes to pat the ltd on a pudTlc institution. There ore no many suspicions pec pie in the world that they might begin to talk, he be lieves. Also he thinks he hae con ducted the institution in s manner that will bear the fierce light of pffb llclty, snd he welcomes It. Judg* Hally To Talk on Erin. Judge P. J. M. Hally will give an address on "Ireland In the Isst 50 years.” Sunday afternoon. In Elks' temple, before Division No. 1, A. O H. Irish music and readings will be contributed by Edward T. Flannery. Mlsa (’lain Cooney, Mias Margaret Foy, Mlsa Edith Thompson, and Eu gone Van Antwerp Kerosene Kills MARHHALU Mich, March 24. When Miss Minnie lioturoff, of Eck fend the 14-vear-old daughter of VYank Boturoff. attempted to rtirt the kitchen stove fire quickly with kerosene yevterdav, ihe can contain ing s gallon of oil exploded Ir* her hands and rbe was burned to death. ** I’m not going back to New York,’ i said quietly. Until the words were out of my mouth. Mar gle, I did not have any such Idea ~ Great heavens, girl, what are you going to do?’ “'Well, as soon a* my two week* are up. I think I'll try something be sides the stage’ "’Ooing to get married*’ he In qulred with a leer ”’I had not thought of It,’ I an awe red *’ I-ook here, Mies Newton, marr; ine.’ "I jumped, and I gu*e* be saw I was surprised. "‘Oh, I mean It.* he exclaimed ‘l’m crazy about you and ! ran mak" you the greatest actress in America I can see you are the kind of a girl one has to marry ' ”1 laughed, Margie; It was funny. That rrent fat pig of a man with the coarsest of minds and no manners at all telling me I was the kind be would have to marry ” *1 am not as ambitious as that,' I said to him, ’and no ! must (Incline jour offer.’ "Before I could get any further be interrupted. 'Who la the man you are In love with?* "’My persona] affairs are only for myself,’ I answered coolly. ** ‘You are making a great mistake, kid. honest rou are You’ll get It thru your pretty head yet that any soman must hare pull to get on in the ft'estr*'"'* " ’That Is why I think I shall lee It,’ was ’u} i went out of the door.” For the invalid as well as those in perfect health Baker’s Cocoa is an ideal food bev erage, pure, delicious anawnolesome. Walter Baker & Cos. Ltd. £3TABItSHCD 1700 OOACHfcSTtft. MAOS. MUSIC J. L Edwards, ornniit In It Johns Episcopal ch'»r< h, will glva an organ rental In ths church, Monday • renin*, at I o’clock. Abram Ray Tyler, of Detroit, will glv# an or*«n rs< Ital. Tusaday even ing. Mareh IT, In 8t Andrew s Pres hyterlan church. Windsor. Mr. Ty- Isr will give a program Including works by Rngllsh. C'anadlaa. French. Russian and Italian compoaera. f'lyde A Nichols presented ths fol lowing pupils In a song rscttaJ In hls studio. Thursday evening Mrs. Wilbur Oakes. Rloofn field Hills Mrs. Ronald Frink. Pt.- Johns. Mlsa Msrcta Reaublen and Weslsy Wltwer, both of Detroit. A concert will be given Saturday avenlng, In Dantah Brotherhood hall by three Scandinavian choruses— -the Kkko Hwedtah male chorue, Danish I Ole# club and Norden mala chorus Hugo Palmhorg. basso, will ba the sololat. The Ilev. L, o. Anderson la director of the united chorssaa Be eh of the organisations will have sspar. ate nnmhers as wall as the offerings of the united chortia A musical a by junior pupils from the piano and violin departments of the Detroit College of Mualo wee Kven Baturday afternoon. In th* col ga hall. The following took part: Evelyn Irwin, Ma-garet Frankfurth, Velma Coona, Arthur Brake. Mildred Rarnett Mildred Lu4*. Helen Lund. Flora Burt. Flora Oothan. Leonard Brow a less. Doris Brown. Krraa Henry, Marlon Snyder. Marlon ftlynn. Char i l»ne Mnwrv. Aliena Strobe| .Harriet Pickard. Marjory Richmond, Cathar ine Kelley. Kdwerd Kelley, tendon Hancock, Kathryn Wallace. Eleanor Hurt. Helen Morgan. Elisabeth Hayes The Detroit Rymphony oroheatra will give a special concert Easter Monday afternoon. April t. In Arcadia, with John Powell, pianist, as soloist, the proceeds from the concert to be used as the nucleus for a pension fund for the orchestra members. Tha members of the orchestra and Mr, Powell will contribute their services. Mr. Powell will play with tha orches tra Liszt's Concerto In K flat and the same -omposcr'a Hungarian Fantasia Ticket* for the concert may be pro cured from any member of the or chestra and In the business office. No. 956 Kresge building. Mr* Edward Mac Dowel I, widow of the gifted American composer, will jgive an Illustrated lecture Tuesday evening March 27. at 4:16 o’clock, in the Museum of Art auditorium, un ’d*r the an iptcea of the Tuesday Mu sicals. Mrs Mirpowfll Is a fin* pi anist In her lecture Mrs MacDowell | gives a comprehensive Idea of the work being done In the former Mac- I Dowell home which 1* known as The Peterborough colony.” where ! creative artists of proven talent are flven the opportunity tn develop hemselves and their work under j Ideal conditions. Os special attractiveness lh the final concert In the popular series of the Detroit Symphony orchestra 6un day afternoon In Arcadia. The eo -1 Iolat• will be Mrs Ethel Ruat M*l -1 lor. soprano, and Frank L. Mellor. I tenor Mr* Mebor will he heard to I particular advantage in the aria. ”J* , dl* tjiW Rian n» m'Epouvante” from | Fixer* Tarm>n *nd Mr Mellor will i »Inr ’The o*l UJ a Manlna ' from Puc ' clnt's "Tut R< heme " Together they will sing the finale to Verdi's “Aids ‘ The orchestra will plav Dvorak's ! "New World" symphony, the Inter ' meito Vo. ? from Wolf Ferrarl's i "Jewel* of the Madonna,” ‘'Vais* Trlste” bv Sibelius. ’Rlue Danube" . waltx by Strauss, and Tsrhatkowsky’s j Marche Slave ” Mm*. Julia Clauseen will be the soloist for the all-Wagner program announced for th* final concert In the subscription aeries of the Detroit Symph'-nv orchestra. In the Detroit opera house Friday afternoon. March no Mm* Claussen will contribute three number* Santa’s ballad from The Flvlne Dutchman ‘T.lebestod" from 'Tristan and Isolde” and Pnmn. h I Ida’s Immolation from "Die flotter damm*rung ” Tha orchestra will play the overture to ’The Fiylrg Dutchman ” "Nechtega»sr.g-' ««d pre lude to the ’T,l*beatod ‘ from ‘Tristan snd Isolde.'' and Se«frt*d‘* funeral muaic from 'T>te Ckittertenmentac." Advance rceervatlope for thla con cert may b« made In the officee of tha Detroit Svmphonv *oo!»tv. Vo. *O4 Kreege building The public aal* of ticket* will oren In Orlrm*H'« box offlee Wedn*sd»y morning. March J*. Advanced pupllds of Miss Elizabeth Johnson, of the Detroit Conserve tor v of Music assisted bv Miss Elizabeth Rennett. contralto, gave a concert tV*dne«dav af»*rnoon In the vatory hall. Thoae taking part were Mrs J R Hol-nea. Hartfo-d loop Mias Vera Wagner Mu* Ai na 010-'k Mlsa Clsren* Boiaa Henry Urht wsrdt. Mlsa Helen Fit* Simona Walk • rvlll*. Dnt.. and Miss Resale Jeynes. I* I* Ren wick, orgsnlst .In the fifth of a serlea of organ recitale In th* North Woodward avs Congregat >onat church. Friday evening was assisted by Mrs. I*ealte lorn born soprano Alla D Euldema gave an organ reci tal Thtiradav evening. In Pent"*! Methodlat church. A concert »m given Thursday evantng. 1n ths con semratory hall by pupils of Miss Zae Arbutus Hnnnaford tbs following taking part: Agues Milne. Dorothy Trey, Ruth Palmer. Audrey Little Lillian Downer. Eulalia .lennwlne. Louie* Sutherland. Dorothy Emerson. Albert Hollar, Nell Dow Hanna ford. Rather Beech end Haiti Gardner. Morton Adkins, an American Nrrl tons, who alngs leading role* with the Abom opera company to begin an engagemant In the Detroit opera house. Monday evening April f, was formerly a professor In Syracuse uni versity where he taught English speech for aeveral year* While oc cupying the college chair M*. Ad kina did soma concert work, and hts appearance* In Mcnd*'»"'hn hall. New York, attracted mn«h favorable critical attention because of the ex cellence of hla diction and the sonor ity of hts voloe Otving up hit pro. feesarshlp. Mr. Adkins Joined the Abort! company and later sang lead ing roles with the r*r • pan*, returning to tha Aborn company fol lowing tne disbanding of the Century company. Mr. Adkins Is one of DETROIT TIMES m—rnmmmmmmmmmm* MORTON ARKUSS t*rHr«« karllwir >rk* ml mm* Uaßaf r*lr« irltk tkr thorn »>»*■ «*l»- fmr. t" MW* (* Ik* Dttntt <MWI ■#••«. the week *f April I. America's opart aing»r« Mho proves that grand opera r an hr aunt and understood at tha aama time Daring th*- Detroit engagement. Mr. Adkln* will ba heard In auoh rolaa aa tha Count d1 Luna In "II Trovatore," "Al flo" in “Ca Valeria Rustc-arra." and tha triple barttona rolaa In "Tha Talaa of Hoffman.'* F*r|enda of Gertrude A. Hetnse. the Detroit pianist, will ha Interacted In har sucre*# aa accompanist for Fran eea Ingram the Chlrago opara oon tralto Mva Ingram haa arranged with Ml*« Halnse to art aa her ar oompanlit In nearby territory and haa been enthusiastic In praiae of her e ork Os a re« ent rental In l»ekport. X T. the .Tnurnal of that city said "A word of pralaa la due Mlaa Oertrude Heinte. who wae at the piano for Mlaa Ingram. Har play ing had clarity and delicacy w *ie cntlon and waa roundly applaudad The concert will be noted aa one of the flneet mualcal event# In tha hla tory of the city " Mlaa Helnue ta ac rompanlat and aolo planlat with the Datrolt concert quartet, which gives a concert In the Hotel Statlar Ball room Tueaday evening. The Xew York ftymphony orchea fra. Walter Damroech. conductor, and Margaret Anglin, the well-known actreae, will Join forcaa In a eerie# of Greek dramaa during the aeaaon of t»l7-1 h Mlaa Anglin'* first appear ance In the Greek chuialca wee In I*lo aa Antigone, the eeeond In IPIJ aa Klectra, and during the Panama- Paclflc exposition aa Fphlgenla and Medea. For the latter performance* Mr Pam roach compoaed and conduct ed the music. He |e now at work on a mualcal setting of Flektra which will he the first offering of the New York aeaaon which season will ba followed hy a tour of the principal cities Including Datrolt and extend ing to the Pad He coast. The announcement that Mme. Ame nta (Jalll-Durcl, who ha* won a large end enthusiastic following In Detroit In th* two recitals she haa racantly given In this city. I* to he one of the ertlata In the Philharmonic course next season will be welcome news to music lovers and undoubtedly will cause a greater rush than ever for course tickets. Mme. Galll-Durcl la the rregt Mg success of the aeaaon. and her every appearance establishes h»r more (Irtnlv In public favor. C.th»r artists already engaged for the Philharmonic course Include Mme. Alma Gluck. Mme. Schumann Helnk Mme Marta Gay. Mme Mabel Gar rison. Mme Sophie Rraalau. Flmba- Ilst. Josef Hofmann. Zanetello and Krelsler Mr Krelsler will open the course tome time durtng October Subscript 1- n tickets for the course are ndw on sale In the offices of th# Devoe-Petrott management. No. tit Dime Rank building The Detroit Concert orchestra, tin der the direction of (Cdwarri O. Flta- Oer*ld, a'll give a concert Monday evening. March X In the Hotel Rtat ler ballroom This oegentßatio" la one of non-profeaalonal talent. Mlaa Grace Davis, soprano; Mr*. Helen Purr Brand. harpist, and Rudolf Copeland, baritone will be th# as sisting soloists. Tha program will be as follow* Overture "Im Game n’anche" iRolldleu); songs "Danny Denver'* (Damroech). “Dawn In the Desert" (Ross>, "Until” (Sanderson) Mr. Copeland Nocturnes Nos A and 7 (Chopin), harp aoioa "Barcarolle" (Haaselmani, "lcf*nd*” Isabel) Mr* Rrand, three dances from "Kin* Henry VIII" (German); aria “He I* Good, He la Kind" from "Herodlade'* (Massenet), "Were My Song With Wings Provided" (Hahn). Miss D»r'a "tv* Marla" < Bach-Gounod), Misa Davie Mr# Brand and Mrs Clara Koehler Heberlaln. "Hungarian taste" (Tobanl). Tha coming of Igngts Paderewski the famous Polish planlat. to the De troit armory. Thursday evening April Ik will asasre a pretentious closing of the musical season The W A FEATURE EXTRAORDINARY Tkt ADDISON FANCY Buffet April Supper 13ALJL Fourteenth $4.00 a Couple Addrett all mautnn In ‘ BERNHARD GOLDSMITH number of recitals played by Pad - avewakl has been greatly raducad durtng the past two aaaaona and local concsrtgoere and piano students are to b« oungrst dated on this opportun ity to hear thla great artist The fe- Oltal given by Mr Paderewski in New York a few days Indicated that h* had lost none of hie vigor and facil ity. No planlat who hae toured Amer ica haa succeeded In establishing a following e» great and enthusiast!) aa that of Paderewski and It la not unlikely that hia Detroit appearance will bring out the customary capa city audience The advance mall and telephone order sal* Is now In pro gress In the office of the Devoe-De troit management. No »33 Dime Bank building That Datrolt haa much to be proud of tn Ita musicians will ba demon strated Tueeda) evening. In the drat appearance in this e»t> of the Detroit Concert quartet. In the ballroom of the Hotel Statist, under the manage ment of .lame* C. Devos. Tha pro grans arranged Includes "In a Per sian Garden (Lehmann): How tha Night in Starlit Splendor' from "Lu cia <f| Lammenaooc" (DoniscttD; "Flower" duet from 'Madame But terfly" (Puccini); song cycle. "Peter Pan" (Trevalea* quartet from “I * lotto." and "Spinning Wheel" quar tet and "May Gentle Sleep Tall O'er Thag” from "|fartha" < Plotow > The quartet members are Reeete Rcoth- Dodgfe. soprano; F.roily Louise Stretch, contralto. Laurence P Smith, tenor, and John L Dickinson, bari tone Gertrude A Hetnae a< ta a* *r ompanle* and pianist Ticket* may he had from any of the members or from the Devos-Detroit management. No. IM Dint Bank building. Ia obaarwaaoa of Pa salon Sunday the eholr of Sr Mary's Roman Catho lic church, under the direction of I* M. n raster, director and organist, will give tba following program Sun day evening. Tha sinners prayer. "Lord. How Long Wilt Thou Forget M#r t Mendelssohn). Mlsa Clara Dlaeh and chorus; ‘ , Ood So Loved the World. He Gave Hla Only Begotten Son" (R, H. Woodman). St. Marys quartet; Than cried all the people. "Hla Blood Be I'pon Us and Upon r Hir (Xilldren'* (Dubois), Joseph W Moeller. Stephen D. Mary and chorus; "Ta. Who Paaa on the Highway, Hearken and f|»a, If K'er Sorrow Wae Like Unto My Sorrow" (Dubois); Mra W, H. Kent; "Fxaudl Domlnt" (Forgive Ua Oh Lord), "The Dis ciples. who had deserted Jeaua re penting. followed Him at a distance, weeping bitterly," (C J I’erllcha), St Mary's male chorus. "My Redeem er and My Lord” (Dudley Buck), Mr* F Veltan; "This Day Wilt Thou Re With Me la Paradise" (Duboia); J Moeller. 8 Naey and chorus "Be neath tha Cross Stood tha Sorrowing Mother" (Rossini). Mia a Josephine Mlchela F v*>it#n. M r» *ll it ng and choma: "Har Sorrowing Soul a Sword Pierced ThrtG (Roaalnl) F, Valtan: Who la the Man Who Would Not Weep at the Sight of Suoh Suffer ing?* (Roaalnl). Mlaa Agnes Rrueck man and Mlaa Flies Main; "Woman. Behold Thy Ron; Son Behold Thy Mother" (Duboia). Mra. A. F Korte. Thomas Hogan Henry Ooetbals and chorue; 'They blasphemed, and they reviled Him. saying 'Gome Down From tha Cross If Thou Art Jeaua. Son of the Father.*" (Duboia), cho rus: "Lord. My God. Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?" (Duboia), Martin Dettllng: "Father' In Thy Hands I Commend My Spirit" (Dubol*), F Velten and chorus; "On the Dev of Judgment. May Thy Croa* Lead T a to Thy Kingdom'* (Roaalnl). Mra F. Veltan and chorus, benediction of the Messed sacrament; “O Salutarla** G»hell«y), St. Mary's quartet; "O Cor Marlas, St. Marr*a male chorus; "Tantum Frgr>. Mlaa Julia Schulte Mr. Dettltnx and chorue; concluding prayer. * *V* Adore Thee, Oh Christ Jeaua" (Duboia). chorue Ncwgiaa To Hold Laat Matting. The laat meet In* of the Datrolt Newsboys’ association for tha sea ►on will take place Sunday evening In the hall. No. 140 First-at. A dr bate o« “Resolved. That universal military training be adopted" will rreaent Louis Ooftllab and Ren (Jerber for the affirmative and l.eo Mellen and Mark Feldman for the negative The Judge* will be X. Rrooks Nichols. Frank M brernan. and Horatio 8 Earle. Miss Florence Hedges will sing. “Th# Chile a Pketogruytker** a ■ Speciil Easter $ K.OO Offer * It Deluxe Photo g graph# for 91. ■ Studio §7O Woodward Avg. Near Warren Posters Designed for Sir - Albert Stanley, Former D. D. |J Worker, Are Shown in Mms3 A collection of ZSO poster* de signed under direction of Sir Al bert Rtanley, a member of the Brit ish cbalnet and a former employe of the I>. (J. It., are on exhibition In the Detroit Museum of Art. The posters are advertisements of th* underground railways of London, of which Sir Albert laths executtye head Among the posters Is a series by Toni Barg called "The Humors of JA>ndon. M This series is especially Interesting to students of carica ture and character illustration. An other series deals with London sights and shrines and the series of historic portraits has literary as well a* historic significance. The ixmrton amusement posters are done In the form of map* such as ware used In the days of SMr Christopher Wren An Interesting series com prtnes the free Imaginative works of Nancy Smith, one of the latest ard most striking of poster design era. Th# poster* relating to Txmdon suburbs are especially beautiful m color and design. There are po* ters for children, others for lovers of birds, still others for seekaro Bar and Press Indorse Judge Alfred J. Murphy For Re-Election as CIRCUIT JUNE ' “One of the ablest judges in the State of MichigamA— Detroit Saturday Night, March 3, 1917- ** PLEASE PLACE AN X BEFORE HIS NAME i IN THE DEMOCRATIC COLUMN Detroit Neal Institute A free booklet mail ed In plain envelope telling about the wonderful Neal Treatment. Detroit Cleveland Cincinnati Pittsburg: Columbus FOR RE-ELECTION s CIRCUIT > 1 JUDGE. HALLY HIS RECORD COM MENDS HIM TO THE VOTERS OF WAYNE COUNTY. LmM JI IMiK UrOHI.fC ft. HOfIUMI • r hi*t<»rl« (Mares TIMM • he .- onliiK M l. ’lon of "KaiG-rsea Bridge** Thai* ifi|||S ear po«t«fn of rwnl J|||M||||H 'nr* design* by Biuc^mH other* of bla class ' They were an MsaaUsl gMMflH|| in hi* success n ’timing Us KMcind railway trom a looUf^fl^^B nucceasful venture. Former Resident Taft li U <lr*** a preparednens imstlH At Hlrmingham. Ala , and oft day he will be heard at MB4INIS|uK - - —_■■■ aae—mM|B office cTmilnyuwl M th* ter or evening H9-1N Cass Avw. o**i -1 (argast. Boot Bgnlppad School tn MtaCsM V Pfcoa* Mai* iS34 far MM! From the Detroit Journal (Republican) "Oas of Iks moat laaarnal dB ciatoaa handed dews by Judge Mor phy from tbs aw cult beeek *M Ua rich nit Mm of tba rases lag sad (Mis ttoas o< s street rallwev I ssu.btaa in tka Fort street case Mete the jadwe was braakmg coeatdaaehle new (IWSM. for no trainar cess bed ever snwe mto e Michigee eourt He wrass the opinion of the circuit oovrt. which was •a* lautad by the •spraaae court" "Hla capacity end hWegrßi Wn been so definitely deaMoeSiaSad. The Tianea look* for e renewal of the aea partieaa support that hea kept Jtrrlata of ki* fk« -cruptihlc type ea the baa oh. * —Tha Detroit Times, rah. A IMA 821 WOODWARD AVENUE Grand 2522 Always Open u For Re-Ellection " CIRCUIT JUDGE v HOSMER • Bom in Detroit 1856. uated Michigan University 1875. Elected in 1887 Judg* Circuit Court. On bench *inea then. I.ook for Name in Democratic Cohunn PAGE 5 The Booze Habit Killed in 3 to 5 Days