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PURL! PAL. awsscj Iss'.dl [ '«£* I r^l f JOM>TDNbu r— ' ’ I L 1 n'*' - J ■■ ■ " * mi— ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ tm WHY, THAT MAM / 7 f ’ WAS CURFD I CIJPPnH \ WELL. IT MUST OWLV LAST WEEK! " i| HAvIE MAO * “SPr- 1 What Will People Think ? 1 sm a plumber In a villa**' that Its tM quite touched the population 'park of a,OOO My businrsa I* un finally food, n I un the only plum bar flp the viligg*. and I number «MM My patron* many of the own fivs of larpa country aatates in the It flood yearn my groas receipt a flumnt to over fll.ooo, yet we lire Ifi 0 email house keep no servant, tad are able to put by very little Wmm each year. My grandparent*. Vbo were taamigrants from Uer ■may. would hare been able to HERRS a comfortable fortune from a ImMaoss retaraiag the same grose fpgflta—for theirs was a simpler gtaadard of living ■ |t la this larger Amen ran ntsnd ami aot the Increased coat of ■mag that makes my business com pWMIt llj w Vfl*aaaoaat Os this high American iMmiard, from which 1 have not the nmrafls to dopart. I am ohliged to tap my oflee separate from my T*'- a jter,»ni m Hi a month for » comer shop on tpm vfilags street In additioo to m' Haas reatai of U« I eould for a slight Increase per ■math have rented a larger and Iflfra Comfortable house which would flflfU ucatatned my olßoe and also gfllMi the extra cost of shop light Iflfl ami telephone But as that Is act the custom ip Amenrsn bual ■na, each a departure would have mauled a social distinction, accord Ipfl to my wife and which mould have put them at a dtaadvnn tims among their neighbors. To comply with this same stand flat I am obliged to keejgg aecre tary, a girl to whom ! pay 910 a meek for aaawerlng letters, tele The Doings of the Duffs. 9MC I’M A»hM»ID S JQ.? COO* TBMT | B —'—"*** phone calls, orders, making out bills, etc. When 1 am absent this work could readily be done by my wife or daughters, but this again would be departing from the accepted standard My son. who two generations ago would have been trained tn his fath er’s trade and taken Into the firm, la demanding a college education— to' fit him for s profession; he has not yet determined what profession 1 shall tn all probability, if my bos tness admits of It. accede to his wishes so as not to differentiate him from the sons of the other prosper ous tradespeople tn this village—this altho 1 am convinced that he would make mors money and lead a more secure an deomfortable Ufa If be would come into my business. Furthermore, as my business In creases I am obliged to leave my work more tn the hands of my as s Ist ant a. A “prosperous ‘ plumber who employs labor and has large contracts would be regarded as "qpieer’* sod -”-u4«ee" according to the village standards if he were to don his overalls and “wipe Joints” with bb men Bach year, therefore, that in creases my business so Increases the standard set for me by public opinion that I am less and less able to put by money and Increase my own personal comforts. if f had the courage to revert to the simple ways of my parents or grandparents I should be in truth the proeperous, contented man that 1 am now accounted to be The National Housewives league has launched from Its New York headquarters a national movement for the conservation of food. i awav | y I TO gfcTA «oOA Jpa (Vj % ' 4u g4ps - ■ ~<s 4 j| t-^, nnak*~ m.am,**. J y M .Bor <9| L '(O BOJIXCM IS n HOT TO 1^ ]( ? —By LEO. PLAY BOARDS TO AID RECRUITING OF HOME GUARDS Ira W. Jayne, superintendent of the recreation commission of De troit and president of the National Recreation association, said Thurs day that the efforts of tbs national organization during the course of the war would be directed to ne '•nii'jng home guards units, the pro motion of physical training, and the holding of patriotic meetings This plan of action was agreed on by ofll cent of thq association thru corre spondence. and affects practically every large city of the country with organised recreation. ’ Many of the men now employed by the recreation commission have offered their services to the men who will be in the military training camps.” said Mr ’To prop erly ana the leisure time of the men in military camp la generally re garded as a difficult problem. These recreation experts will be used to arrange athletic games, moving pto fu re shows and the like”^a Asks Police to Seek Wife Police have been asked by George Ashtuy, No. 349 Mtchigawave. to search for his wife. Mabel. S3, who has been blosing since Saturday Ha says she Is five feet nine laches tall, weigha lid pounds and wore a blue suit and brown hat when she disap peared. Tack in Lungs For Years. MARION. O, April 20.-Mrs. Floyd Orahood. 28 years old. cf Agoflta. the other day spat up a tack which she had swallowed when nine years old. according to her mother. The tack had lodged la her lungs and had made her an In valid for years. —By Allman. DETROIT TIMES STANDINGS American League STANDING * FLfft WLPrt Chicago... * * 714 St Louis. * t |TJ Beaton 4 2 114 Washing n 2 4.2)1 New York 4 S 447 Athletic* . 2 4 244 Cleveland' 4 2.471 Detroit... 14.144 Friday** Detroit at Cleveland. Hi Ijoui* at Chicago Athletic* at Washington. New York at Bouton. leaterdny'a Reanlta Tnntnga 12144472* 10 R H R Washing on 00*004010 1— 110 1 NOW York *OOOO 01 0 0 t— S t 0 Batteries—Dumont and Henry. Caldwell and Walters Umpires—Mc- Cormick end Connolly. Innings 12141(711 RHF St Louis. . 0 04000009 4 I 1 Chicago .„l i 0 n * o 0 0 0— | 7 1 Batteries— Plank and Severold Hoott. Danforth. Russell and Schalk Umpires—Bean# end Nallln. Inge 12242474 *lOll 12 DUE Boston .001002090 0 0 o—2 » 0 Phils. ..0 0000 4 1 2 0 0 0 I—4 14 2 Batteries- Maya. Panaock a|d Thomas. Tarkham and Meyera. flrhang Umpire*—Dineen and Owen National League •TI2DI2G W LePct IT L Pet New York I 1 022 Cincinnati 4 4 444 Boston . 4 S 447 Phillies... 2 4 213 St tx>ul* 4 14?'< Pittsburgh 2 7 |)2 Chicago... 4 I 421 Brooklyn. I 4 .107 rrtd*y*s t.antes Boston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at St. I*ouls. Yeaferday’s Reanlta Tnnlng* 13244474* R H E New York .1 01 20010 2 *l2 1 Brooklyn *looo9olo 212 4 Batteries— Renton and Rariden; Smith. Dell and Milter. Umpire*— Quigley and Byron. Morning Game Inning* 1 33 4 ** 7 4 * RHK Phllsder ..0 0000001 1— I 4 0 Boston ... 10203000 *— 712 1 Retteries—River. Fittery end KH llfer Adame Rudolph and dowdy Umpire#—Rranafleld and O'Day. AfternW«m Gama Tnntnga 12145474* RHE Phtla rooooioe e— 3 7 i Boeton .100100*1 *— 4 » S Ratterte*—Oeachgrr and Kiillfer: Barn*i and dowdy. Umpire* o’Pay and Branafleld. Innings 1J248471* RHE Chicago . 0023200*1 —IS 11 2 Pittsburgh 009*0003 1 — 1 7 3 Batteries—Hendrix and Elliott Cooper. Jacobs and Flaher Umpire* —Orth end Bigler Innings 13244*7** RHE Onrtsiretl 001 0*909 0- ,1 13 0 Bt lou a 9 9 o a 3 ; 9 0 •-4 11 1 B^feriea--Toner Eller and Wtngn. Ames. Wst»on. TV'ak and Snyder. Umpire*—ldem and Email*. UFAPFP«TATT BOWLING TOURNEY 411-Cr*aU C. Smith. Detroit. 1719 J. Jorgensen, Detroit 1754 J. Johnson Saginaw 1494 A. Wilkin*. Detroit I*4* T. Haley. Detroit 147 J Singles. C. Smith. Detroit 4*4 C. Mountain. Detroit 411 P. Ptlster. Detroit *3* r WahL Detroit * *l* E. George. Wyandotte 431 Trs-St* Hollands end Hoyer, Detroit .. 11*4 Emery and Emery. Port Huron ..1141 Pfiater and Giroux. Detroit 1144 F Siege! sad R Punk. Detroit 11*7 W MaePougal and F Schmidt, Detroit . 114* * fhe-Urs Yui Orerena, RsjgliSanßV. 3 74* BetghAff* Detroit 371* Eastern Markets. Detroit I**l Cooney A Hmtth. Saginaw ... 347# iweeney-Hu*t«n No L Detroit. 3*i| Lei be Ida. Detroit 3431 FOOTBALL PRACTICE It STILL FLIVVeRING AMN ARBOR. Mich , April *O. -ttprlnff football practice at the University of Michigan continues to be a farce. Few veier' is hare reported and none hare •tuck around lon* enough fo* real work Military drill is get ting all the play Coach Yo*t is not altogether out of ey’rpath’’ with the attitude of the ath!*»t a, and ia planning to put Into the football practice some physi cal development tactic? that will co-operate with the milr,rj drilling “South Bend” No Payment Down Any Style You Want WE SELL THEM W ITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT YOl GET— “ALL YOUR MONEY Any time you fin.i thst BB^. a “South Bond" does world wide repute / tion as a correct / j gA| I-JIWII lISOO T J' ifcjj y 15-JC WEI |1i.50 ftjOr 1 '-JEWEL 122 50 lE-JEWEI f?t 75 50c WEEKLY LEVITT JEWELRY COMPANY 29 Grand River Ave. Went* 6pp. Griswold Hotel A. B SCHiS, Mgr. PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY KItLEO Senate Vote* For Repeal By Majority of One Vote ay w L CALSOS (Btnff Corretpandrnt Detroit Timet) LANSING, Mich.. April 20.—The pre.-udenMal preference primary bill x* repealed. provided Gov. Sleeper attache* hi* signature to the Dalg neau repeal hill, which both houses Y live passed. The house Adopted the repealing measure more than a month ago. but the senate elections committee, of which Senator Condon, of De troit, Is chairman, held it In com ruttee until yesterday. It appeared that the hill was going to perisn in committee and late Wednesday Senator Planck announced that an !*<-.« the elections committee ac*ed upon It. he would move to have it taken a*ay from the committee. Senator Sondon thereupon prom Ued that the committee would meet Thursday morning and consider the reporting out of the Datmeau bill. II* 1 committee put on an amend ment providing for a referendum vote on the repeal, to he taken at **-e election In November of next y. ar, and with this attachment re ported the bill to the senate Sarcastic reference* to the *way the preference primary had worked last year were numeroua and the innate divided sharply on mhether a ref-rondum was neceasary or not *>~ a vote was had and the ref erendum lost out by one vote. The count stood 16 to 1!> In favor of the referendum but it needed 17 vo»e* U he adopted On the roll-call to pass the Fbug neau bill as It had come from the house, tha senate voted 18 to 1’ for it. so that It won out by a mr.r --g nos one votp. CENSORSHIP CLAUSE TO GO t Senate Refuse? to Stand For Measure Which Muzzles Press Washington. Apni 20.—Elim ination of the objertionable news paper censorship clause of the pro posed espionage bill which would practically give the administration power to punish with heavy penal ties any one who publishes matter other than that approved by officers of the government seemed assured today. it Is proposed to, llm'* the pub lication of only such material as m ght be of uee to the enemy Many senators yesterday bitterly atla>fc«d ■ the clause, which, they deciyr^HAfringed the • onstUutlonal of a free press and free speech Three-CusMon Match. Three-cuahion billiard fans will have a treat tonight, when Clar ence Jnckson and August Kleckhefer meet a* Sweeney Huston's in an In terstate league game The match will start at 8 ls» o'clock Pitcher Wanted. The Wing club would like to hear from a fast pitcher. Call Taylor, care of J T. Wing k Company, at Cadillac 260 The regulation garrison .lag of the United States army Is .16 by 20 feet, and is hoisted only on holidays and speciai occasions At all other time* It is rustomary to use the post flag, which La 20 by 10 feet ‘Leave It to Levitt No Payment Down D. A. R. ELECT AN _ INSURGENT WASHINGTON, April 20—The Daughters of the American Revolu tion have revolted It was disclosed last night that the daughters, almoet la a body, had broken away from the leadership of Mrs. William Gamming Story. By an overwhelming majority, they elected Mrs. Oeorge T Guernsey, of Independence, Kaa.. their new preai dent general. Mrs Guernsey, the so-called "Us -urgent'' candidate, carried every member of her slate to victory. Mrs. James Hamilton of Chicago, wife of United Statea Sen ator James Hamilton 1/earls, whQ waa the administration candidate to succeed Mra. Story, ran at the foot of the Htt. Claims Three Cana of Jewels. MARLSVILLE. Ual.. April 20- Three rana of Jewelry found re cently In the crevice of a rock In the hills near Wheatland by a trap per were claimed by A. A Rent ing. of Southslde, Omaha. In a let ter to the sheriff Renting said he was making a trip from Sacramen to to hit home In 1826 and that he hud the Jewels with him. Vhaarlng he would be robbed, he said, he hid them in the hillside and was never able to return to retrieve them. *I.OO WEEKLY SIX LOSE LIVES IN FILM FIRE Indianapolis Apartment D**U •rs arc Trapped in Flames INDIAN APOI/18, April 20—Six persons are dead and a down suf fering from Injuries aa the result of a tre believed to have started from the explosion of a quantity of motion (Mature flints stored In the Coifhx apartments here The dead are Dr. Martha E. Kel ler, a physician. Harry Rowland, employe of the Cole Motor oom pany; Leona Ortflln, Robert Orir Mra. If. Orlffln, mother of Leu .. and Robert, and an unidentified wo man. Among the Injured was W O. Elkina, fireman, who was trapped on a fire esoape and struck by a falling brick. His hands were crushed. Mra Sadia Oalom, mother of Harry Rowland, suffered from the effects o t smoke and shock. CORNING. Ark.. April 20— Prank Scott and hla wife of Kensett have been married 10 years. Nineteen ooya have been born to them Six (Med at birth. Os the 12 living there are three sets of triplets aud two seta of twins. As clean as the Sunshine of Spring Golden in color, rich and wholesome in taste, and as fresh and pure as the flowers of spring—that’s Marigold. *r»~, jp Its home is a snow-fthite kitchen, spotlessly clean, where everything is spic and span. The United States government supervises the chumeries and Uncle Sam is a rigid housekeeper The children like Marigold. It’i just the Bpread"for bread. Trust the kiddies to know what’s good. Thath why they ask mother for I MARIGOLD MARGERINE |t "Makes the Bread Taste Better” I ” # And mother herself knows that it is wonderful for cooking. She discov ered that long ago—that’s why Mai gold has replaced butter in her pantry* And her cakes—well, they are tx> good to describe. She relies abso lutely on Marigold for goodness in her baking. % You should try it, madam. Hammond-Standish Cos. Detroit Bay City Saginaw FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1 * IT. BROTHERS WIN PAY FROM CITY Jess# J. and George B. Dort, Jr., were awarded verdicts against the city of Detroit of MU >1 «**ch In Judge Mandell’* court Thursday morning. They had sued for fl.lOO and |&B6 respectively, claiming It as back pay. Both were enfldoyes pf the department of public works la 1212 and were suspended pending an Investigation of a difficulty their father waa to Nothing was found to reflect upon the sons, however, but they were never reinstated. They claimed back pay under civil service laws from that date « the preeent. but the Jury allowHl tiem pay only for what they loet in :212. believing that It would be tad p’ece u at to reoocnlse them as perpetual employee. Don't Neglect your atomach. Keep it stung and well. When food disa grees with it, strengthen i with HELIUMS PILLS •fwrwWt. u Wsm.