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■RMS mmm INHIBITION H W. •>"’ ■— wßjttmy Chief* of Wet IvwnimK om I Br ' INDE< 11 »KI > §N©ne Voice* Active ■ J i Opposition To Jm )f|W TORK April 24 -Crovern gKLcg of many of the c«intT7> -1 jjßfMt'' ntatao are heartily in favor of ■NT frolltteMon for ron**rv*u«« of Other* are nor Kpittm, holding bark and await BiJM4t*4taPß*nta' * enn'aea hy the HySfctf Uni ahowed today, §jf|Tpaot of the war prohibition >*n" Sfitejgl gnojffg to b« In t)i«* wmt tho pniwWint of Pennsylvania HLZ|Mg oaMNAIy la favor of tt ?P tevor war prohibition to r U » Mgftjbi tha grain aupplj a. won u ||gte» hlhar oosaMerationa -«nl<J Brum "M roarer k?ion waa StSrft t* iMfentag heaaooe which mfc l» taleproph to PrwaWJe B r ;■ g« y —»uter*Qon of tt WOOM ho beater to <tao ta«te«4 of ootna tt ■- Holcomb of Corn** Hem HpYjfctft aare to aay at tb'. 1 Mm* it wouid.be ad HWtHy prohibit oc and ir &fla| Tflthiy «r !trw M*x*o aa Hpl II hottevod in national pro ■MBySiXteffi. cgngPMg eertataiy the t»e of in Mghtwo now and slur war parted !s&' dßvit gtraagaat advocates of pHMhttkm aot. a Got approve of the plan aottnaaj prohibtuon *t Hpi Iteg ggd 1 have ao wired the §§§■&■*•" ka aaM Our foodstuff* KMA all h« appMed to baanfklai nH mtt fttjnrtoo* ti»s« The nation K flaity Os Mdul work for thoae WBm* attgagod la the manufacture option the tetemi tjb jp~*»wr of war jfc, Qm, & U .Philipp. of Wisconsin ||fc— He b«lt#v»» mM mmm*** not developed »nouih ' >< Klyti TOOtur* an opinion jwTwktto rofuolnf to discus* pro Oov F**rga*on of !>»*« HltfW i<*nlnred he would jusnrl with WMot Wilson m nay stag NBM|—I l*r tJM n*iion- defense •». v KHlpflßp. of nifaote believes the re riM*lt* with the p’-ope ||§Mpl*lo li'WuhltKl.Ml -* It • «.■■; ■pa j—Li-daMafi Otbnrs Gov Whitman 01 MpjytWfc- Had Gor McCall of Ms.. IHiMt—etta. withheld comment Rn WHEAT BAN ~ 1 mm Pt«ni. Republic In To (,et p| C—Sdl— Grain fKW'O* AI K RK April ;t Amir KfilJwadJuatmcß of *he diplomatir HbBMJ— hatwren Argent.nr and En« SH #aar - whe*• <in Van announced *xjsv The aatlofi< have reached « settle HW Whereby Argentine agrrc* to Ml— Bnclani and the Allies Itn Mm t«aa of wheat and to f*ot ton jy4—#—r. In retu-n England ton ■Pi *• forward to Argentine »t M+ totor date 200 (too tons of wheat BiM—l Caaad« Anstralis nnd else i«|W Delivery of the British BSMaat tS to IrW be'We-ti July and |W®Spflaaibsr. Presumable the A rr» n gpUM Wheat will Me sen- i,* „ n ,| B|l MW Argentine* when' *-rn of rtf her (ntfmmrnt mi SBflhdVitlea that the lemptlna pri«-e« BN— rad for *«por* trade wnmd drain of the Crain The rr-p ■■fit harvested w*.. » disappoin' fi— aad It was fesrec the n»i-..r VIM a serious alt ant lon |jße.;> o#*»oeer Cirta Big M«i*n B4»tcw-aho | ders of thr Russell y. |CIbW A*le company h»ve approval faeammendattoT' of the ,ttre, BH t—i the authonred capita' -to. V rrom ti.sooon t. $* |lßfil if larreasin* th. common - ffitWß HM.AOO to IHtOIKM) A inn. dividend pf 1 <K> mho.d-rs of record Ms> 1 HNN* daoAarai. Only l*u* n«»> n f the paar'*' f Idtt.'MH; f♦' f ert *»<l . Wm ——dlua Approval .'-.- [HN the plan to rmr- h.*s. ■ Slat of the Russet IW h •••• Ia t- . Hp? sarapsajr. «•/ the results of »h» < * >. K*S tn iOase tn 'h> price . DMFT BILL OPPtNENTS STUBBORN Both Houses Agreed On Need of Great Army HOW TO RAISE IT IS BIG ISSUE Roosevelt Volunteer Sentiment Figures In Debate WAdHINOTON, April 24 - Aa the debate on the army hill «a* reoupp ed ta both houtoo today it waa ap parent that the *dm in let rat ion a ae lectivo draft plaa bttll fare* formtd able opposition in the lower body la tho eenoto. paaaage of tho gen eral «taP bill, practically unchanged, ta virtually aeourod There la no opposition la either houae to the ratting of a great army, practtcelly every member conceding the noceeetty f or a vaat body of trained troops to mahe America** war declaration agataat Germany effective The fight cen tered aotaly on the method of re cruiting this force —whether it abnuld bo raised by draft or under the volunteer eyatem ft g—mod highly probe.ble today 4that conscription ta some form, would pass both houses During yesterday's debate the hooe e veil eagle the colonel's plan to head a volunteer division to the yTnocb trenches —waa rigor oualy injected into the situation ftopublieaaa—Harding and Uidge —are behind a well mid campaign that has ter Its object granting per mission for ei President Roosevelt to plant tho American Aag on Cu tope's battle lino Senator Harding of Ohio atgrted the Roe pewit lght by Introducing an amendment to the administration bill authorising tho president to lalae by voluntary enlistment four infantry divisions—about ’ lOO.ote men The amendment does no* name Roosevelt, bat means him Aa extension of the draft to mole ritliens not eligible to military con script ion. to form a service army for hood production was demanded by Rep Bmereoa. Ohio, la a reso lution. Compulsory military service, in a democracy declared Weeks Hub r*chfi*et»a ig opening |c v ' 1 * M w mew reps *' ~Tne qußhive *.v mur> v^. aitier la how we are goto* to ptve the president what we have au thorised him to employ— an army,' 4 raid Weeks "Are we golag to do tt la a manner demonstrated over and over again •* Mi advised tn ••tractive and dteaatrnue, or are w* to turn our attention to the ex perleaee of other cowa tries and .leke from the experiences tho** lesson- which will enable ns to steer clear of the follies of the past? "That Is really the dividing line between efficiency end Inefficiency Whenever we hare engaged in a crest war It haa been necessary lo resort to draft In order to bring it to a successful conclusion.” MRS. SCHILLING DIES SUDDENLY Mrs May Gertrude Ovens Schil ling, wife of Edward A Schilling member of the f|r mos Van a Schilling, architects, died suddenly Monday night at 10 o'clock, in the best room of the Hotel Statler. where she had gone to attend a meeting of Samaritan hospital ladies' auxiliary. Mr. Schilling Is aeriou-ly II! tn the family home, No. 4b Trowbridge ave Mm. Schilling visited a ph> slrian’s oflre for medicine for her husband Just previous to going to the hotel. She died a few minutes after reaching the rest room and before medical aid could be sum moned. Death was said to have re sulted from heart disease Mrs. Schilling Is survived b> her husband and two anas sg-M |j ,rM five yearn CAN WALK 3 MILES Troubles *f Hm'|, Stomach. Diges tion All Removed To look at Mr. David T Reming ton. of Springfield. Mass, one would **>• "he is aa sound as a nut.” And so he is, thanks to the new combination of purifying and build Ing up treatment embodied in Hood's Sarsaparilla and Peptirrm Pills Mr Remington Is one of the best known men in the Rtate. having been for 21 years tn the State House In Boston as Senate Doorkeeper and Sergeant at Arms He says he had annoying symp toms about his heart, stomach and digestive organs His old friend Senator George E Putnam, of !<owe||. urged him to take a course of Hood’s Sarsaparilla and Peptiron Pills, which he did. and now “J never fell better in all ray life | ran walk from my house down town and back, miles each way.” These medicines are obtainable front even druggist Why not begin this sensible treatment yourself to^ 4sj?-a4v. OUARKEL OVER PUPILS' DRILL Major Waldo Krsenla School In* pec to i O'Ham’s Alleged Shir At Thlrty-ttrat Maj George C. Waldo o! the Thir ty-gret r**gtment, sppeared before the comunttee on teachers of the board of education Monday after noon, to protest against the appoint tnent of James £. Hutchinson a* military instructor m the school.'*. Me said that in view of l be fact ihat several officer* of the Tbirty first had been giving their time freely to the pupils, lending them the armory and guns fur drilling purposes and assisting them la va rious ways, the officers felt a bit agrieved that one of their number had not been cbooen instead of a comparative stranger. The major said the action looked like a slap at the officers When Maj Waldo questioned the ability of Mr Hutchinson, Inspector O’Hara remarked that Hutckinaoo had been In the regular army “and had hoard bullets fly. which is more than can be said of the Thtrty-flrai “ 'lsay." *i claimed Waldo, “I've been in the Thirty-first many years have been called oat five times was at Santiago, and hocked dyna mite in the copper strike tho name aa a lot of ua In the Tntrty-trai. aad when you follow* who always stayed at homo make these kind of remarks, we’re apt to got oar backs up quick and recent the tasrult." O’Hara hurrlodly explained he had no intention of insulting the Thirty •rat The committee took no action in the matter, which Is likely to be re garded as a closed incident Bnpt. Chadsey explained that be regarded Mr Hutchinson as flt and didn’t se lect a Thirty-first man because of the likelihood of the regiment being called away at any time Roth fhipt. Chadsey and Maj- Waldo declared in favor of compulsory instead of vol untary military training in the schools. SEEKS HOLD-UP MAN; IS NABBED Frank De. Marrow’s Sleuthing Method* Fail To AppeaJ To the Police Feet scurried an the pavement, two abo f« rang out. a man cursed In Italian— Guest* at the Hotel Charlevoix. Park-bird and at . stirred in their slumber. Tuesday morning the second shot brought them out of bed A second or ao and a dosor W,er» nrykmg their heads inqotg*«'H> n <», s?ee lu. -d on the pair with the *tol*. '‘which waved ta eloquent gesticulation as tkoy talked volubly tn Italian An automobile wblssed up and screeched to a atop Five men De tectives O'Keefe. Bailors. Oollina, Wlsnewskl and Heffera, leaped out. The pair in the middle of the street suddenly disorganised One fled up a nearby alley dropping his gun as he ran. The other tried to dart past the detectives, but head ed straight into the arms of Detec ! tire Ballone. He surreadered ss an automatic was pressed uncomfort ably near his head Hotel guests arent back to their beds as the de-ertlres loaded their . prisoner, in their automobile ajtd | ’ook him to headquarters He was regl«tered as Frank DeMarrow, i No. >6 AdaShs-ave. west, and rharg i ed with carrying concealed weapons DeMarrow explained he and his companion w-ere held up near the hotel a few days ago He says he suspected two taxi drivers and wen 1 back Tuesdav morning Intending to "line thera all up at the point of a gun" In an effort to pick out the highwaymen CAPTAIN HAIGHT TAKEN BY DEATH Funeral services for Capt. Chari* M Haight assistant superintenden* <f the Great latkes Engineering works, who was stricken while crossing Belle Tale bridge In hit au 'cmoblle Sunday afternoon with his wife and daughter, will be held aftemooo at ? GO o’clock from the family residence No dll Campbell ave Interment will be :u Wood mere cemetery Cap» Haight became associated with the Great lake- Engineering «orks about a year ago, and had taken a number of freighters built tor ocean service tr the Atlantic c%,a*t He was formerly in con r and of the steamer North Ameri can of the Chicago Duluth £ Georgian Bay Transit company For 13 rears he had sailed steamers of the Tremont Chesborough compt !v out of Boston Ife was superlntcn dent of Boston harbor from 1 Rri 4 t He was born at Trenton Mich . 49 years ago. NEW YORK George White, chauffeur, applauded a submarine f ene In the movies Ten dollars He thought it was an American sub It was German The postmaster general Is erapnw ered to provide by regulation for transmitting unpaid and duly rertl fled fetters of soldiers «allors and marines In the serrf* e of the I*n 1 1 and State- to their destination, to he aaiU on daUi tn, D;:r,'CiT- Timti r> THfc. i Stage m U «MMI< K rMimutaing. biguiy opening end •aiviini. anu with tlir p>»ikl* •*( )♦»•!» in it* keen » t, George H»r* narrt Nm» • tired' »*• n*t leh trierrU*r etui duurrt iewe. Urttmi Werried, »t* e< t«*<l M >n di rvvnme in tb» vierri* k thratvi h y v i * V * ■,.!-! ,i. i a < wnipeny if Itnpe<-r*ble |/le>*r* rho nl»' »t "k -■■(» Ml n«<ight ell e< eepted iltmiC'lt nf i<im «rntlr| W ’•el'v e two-end'one-helf h ur r i»- vereet on ntsrrupleti i>r thr I*»w»r ine of in» caitele twice the talk I'ontin i'i.( n the rise of the curtain Just where left g fl has ne »r --11on anil no <l'«mali- clashea. hut it te worth while ae th~mrual entarta nmtm than anythin* th# »*a. son he* **<l to offer eo far. The wuSlen • w h h Ailed the theater In every seat !tegh»d aa uproarleualv at the Shaw shaft*, aimed at solid British institution*, and apprently had aa much aa if an addte - r>a t»d muatcal arm wunrelied its frivelitv behind the footlights To tha plavroar who llkea the hat ter th ng» in the drama ~O etMng Married will be a feast Mr flhaw has the moat beautiful fine arguing with himself while the listener la Intelleetnsfty stimulated and emnsed and delighted with the r erffaetiow of the artin* of the players associated with Mr Favereham The work of any on* of them would be a »« 1 1 afv tna lm»iim*»t of one’s money in a ticket for the performance. They brlttf out every sharp point of the ®haw argument anl wit. and are ao skillful and clover as to seem per fectly n<>rmal. rational human betngs despite the preposterous lde« which each advance* ant debate* with everybody else. Mr Faversham ha* the role of a kindly, keen-bra n*d bishop whose brothers are aa different ae to make the family circle a* odd aa moat fam ily circle* prove to be under analysis Brother Reginald * a middle-aged, brainless sort of a person whose very young wife. under sudden, arooaad polygam us n»tln<ta, di vorcee him Br -ther Ros»r" is a general in the army, with all aorta of medal* for brav»ry in action, hut who ta exceedingly ohtuae and lum bering and ha* but one Idea In bis mind, and that Is to marrv I.eebia the bishop s wife's sister, whom he has courted foe year* without sue caaa Latkfeia acted delightfully b> Hilda rtpong Is a spinster by preferment, who would dearl) love i ht'e chil dren to mother hut refuse* to be annoyed by a huaband * hose bahita very likely would pro* e to he sloven, ly and mua* ur her immaculate house The genera, waa -apiialiv acted by Lumsden Hare while Ar leen Hackett as the v /n* w-fe of Reggie, was pretty il.arniog and spirited in her assertion that whll« •he wanted Regx ■ f r one husband *he rertatnlv wanted Minim. otAef wiee fit John HotcKkiss. for another Reggie was a real work of art In the hands of George ritsgerald and he captured unmigtakable honors Charles Cherry we* •Jirjtn’ and John Harwood had a deliclou* role tn Collins the green gmcer who was also an alderman and the oonrt of last reaort tn all of the family argu ments of the bisbop's family clfeh* Henrietta Cro**rr.an fine come d'ettne and accomplished actress that she la. proved a sheer delight aa Mrs Georg*, who for years bsd been wrlt. ng snonym<-•* letter* to t k e Mshop looking nnlj toward a meet ng In heaven Htigh Dllman. well known to r*«trolters thru hla work with the Ronstelte companv. was ex cellent as the young bridegroom who didn t want to get married, and Wit- Jorla Fggleston could not hare im proved upon her work aa the unwtll. ing bride and independent daughter of the bishop Mrs r.dmund Gurney as the bishop's t wlfe Hernert Belmore as the baadle. and Kdwin Cuahmnn as a celibate curate were admirably oast Nothing better ha* been on tb* c*l - *e*er n w* f ts » Detroit opera hour* »hl* w**k x» on* smlles-hl* »srs are ateo beguiled hjr rivvar and tuneful song* and his eyes gladdened by bewitching girls 1n dainty froeka whose eye* and fes* ars constantly twinkling It Is truly a iilee little mill and not ore *.f ti)n*r h Manus Industrial Instltwtlorrs that rause neighbors to sign peMtlons to gat *t off the stfeat This r->ve mill 1s quits new and th» mechanic* are still tinkering w-«h It but their work sppears to hsve been shout cotnplsted At Its first pre-er tatton in Detroit n->t • r g - -pj> t nor did s wren'*h drop tnt« inv ps-> of ths machinery It rambled along as smooth’ .ass t wer- * ■•** old While the large east ha* te«n •* le ted wtlk great *-ar# -o o»-;a n * • • era as wsll ss those who»e p» v»i< a appesranc»s fitted th* part* the p trayed with a very lively snd well tratrsd chorus, there are the rrsn admirar* of Ratph Herr who -efr-t that he doesn t h*ve more tr. d-> He wt»« enthu* SStlrglfy >eee vh»" h» did appear, hut to most of > «e devofaea of his perultar snd and -* r tlve type of comsdv it sppesr-o he !id not present enouah of :t There !• more of s atorv <r Chlldran Cry for Fletcher's TW Kind Ton Here Always Bonfjbt, sad wfckh hss been la see for oyct orer 30 Years, hss borne the signature of - end hss beta made tinder his per toQAl wperrlsion since its Infancy. -mr/4 friicmii Allow no one to deceive you in this. AU Counterfeits, Imitations and 44 Jost-as-good »* gre but Experlmsots that trifle with sad endanger the health of infants and Children —Experience against Experiment. ’What is CASTORIA Cantoris to a harmless tubrdtutf for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops snd Soothing Syrups. It to pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age to its guarantee. For more than thirty years it haa been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency. Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, snd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleen. The Children’s Panacea—The Mother's Friend- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Havo Always Bought 9 ■ Mtatja OOMRANV. N> • YGRff City ! n ltdi i>in i than u*uall) g, e* w,ili su< *( ( Mlr lu.n and whlla m*l n- w t blireli tt I* . leverly worked . ut and , »r» «i,lerwl>lr novelty It baa to . will mii atnt- < 1 leu • nt-dh# i nml a i sth«*r phttenr and tonff- suffering faiitvr. whcee iu*si>« do not ke»p i«« r with lli<i of a t*n llv «>f gtris The „nlr wa> out of a trying situation is to marry the two *4d*r girls off ar and *•» th- perfectl) fiank but echeimog in iher eatab lishee a lo\e ntin to grind out matri monial hash. Tke* yo ingest of th* X rli woigs nut her own romance n<»t only with, m h*-lp frotn the de signing mamma, but in aptle of her is k of cu-operaiton The lyyica S’* si I all's lire sod Wr*- of the kind that cause the * . ! enc> 4«*--!ea»e the thratn huniming or whistling the haunting airs and t (>audr in the lobby to purchase them M s* I'arrta M Manus erected m ich to the manner of an ample barrel. and Mis* AMca liegenian in the llke ne*s ,*f a stave th< re,<f. rre the two sisters whose futures dr m and the 'ere«'tlon of the love mill and their clearness much as the contrast In their appearance help* out the enter, talnment to a great d'grse Miss Tolande Presaburg is charming ar , th* younger of th* trio of girl* in the houeehoid and with her youthful admirer, MMy Rhodes, she offered sev-ral spe igittwa of a highly pleaa- Ina nature ll -s Jeannette Gowrla. s* the scheming gives a quite cred itabie p->rtrwyal of that character, while M>ss Grgrs as avivadona and dashing widow leaves Httle to be desired either voc*i|v or vi* .tally Florence Curtis and Hess'e and \A‘ 111 - U' Ramsdell evoke rtiuch bp:>tau#e by an *veapttonally ffn» evhibltlon of gra eful toe dancing If the re-aption of tb>« m i«.<ii comedy hv Detroit ffrst-nlglitera I* a a od r .tenon, th* piece * n f<*r a long and successful Ilf* tn f l> go whither It is bound for a long slay ff the Windy City people w,«m I keep it there. onrHF.t m There are few actresses on the American stage tod*' with m..re magnetism and praaen.-e ihan Amelia Bingham who leads the iWpheuni vaudeville bill this week in a con densation of “Joan of Arc.*' M:s- R ngharn n>>t only demonstrate* her wonderful vocal power* and clear enunciation of the English language but she provide* edu'sting and de lightful entertainment Further it 1* a rnasmiffcwntly staged product!, n with nine players appearing » th th* star, the leading ore* of wh m si, t/Eet range MlUtnan. Mortimer Ms* tin. Mae K. Anderson and Sgn-s Kl liott Scott. I “Joan of A re*’ ta offered In iv.. j eesM. the flret being the trial an<l j Ihe second tha burning at the stake ’ In the latter tb* Are effete mar Iveb’tta Mi a* Rtngbam prefaced h*r performance by gi\ ng a brief recital of loan's life i F'trthar dramatic ac*ne« are pro j vlded by Pe»fi M Given-r In hi* pt* j sentatlen of Hill S\ke» from f>‘. - k j *rt*' *vvilver Twist.’* *n wh<-h h» play* the role* of S>k~a Nancy, Fagin and j others Mcfiirene> rot nnfy makes i th* changes quickly, hut enact* the character* cieverM For intense r^e lodrajnstic action th* M Oiv*n*y * act is a classic. • Th# r»p»n th* bill wi-th a pa ntlng sp*t ally and are fallow . ;by Curry aoA Graham in a funny i sketch ffugen* Fedrtott plava !h« accordion and Bernard and LJoyi' h #V e a laugh teaser called **f Need a lawyer ’* T'e j cture* this wesfc are Go i «■ i Glaum in ""Sweetheart of the Poomed and Mrs. Vernon Ca«tle in the fr, u e 1 teenth 'pi».d' of 'Fatrla.” TFkPI T If there are any weird, curious an 1 j oorentrtc dances atill undi*rov*re,i It wont be long before Frank Hal* and J Sign* f’aterson. on the Tempi* bill . this week, will hare found and tack j ed ’em Into their traveling reper t toir* At <the present moment their act t* aa vsrted and entertaining a* i a dancing act possibly eould b* They have- 't beai^p'*•! lr dreased gn ' ’a«y **w vT -y,/ v <) f* i. rv. ng II fTJ'.ijrf* Alin rs»« I -t many of h*f rn<-kf\*yt»mi n the ;>»>»• - Inc >*ar*. ntill ‘retain* the oM-t nie muaic hatl turn **i h*r song«. **he ha» broom* American »nr uc t« and •*• har a < '* pratt mil la «»• e that th» »ta*e manage* <(*.«• hla t>e*t | n the wav of an attractive retting, and aha provider a yoking man to accom pany her eonc* who Wnoa* V>w to plav piano with tha *»« of the heat n’-nropated tte-nda Bugler." the elerer do* w*l n»* fetend and renter Fd. V.nton. took hi* !a»t curtain at the owning r*r formanew when he *a» carried frorp the »tag*. de»d fi-rm heart dl«'>n** wn a particular hit w’th the tfnn dav audlenoee H ut»r and Mr« Vln ton were well-known to Temple pat eone and were aware aure of « hearty welrorr' and much applauae A amart and laughter-orodi'ein* Oeoege Ade p!avl»t called "Sn»ahin* to F*ethar “ >e rtrverlv acted hv M ! f'.n Pollock, ft*'* Hradhuv Anita At ’»n And Fid * TV moron. and pro* es 1 • aetr far ahead of the averajr* v» »- devllle ak«t tnt.M Herbert L4oyd a hucleenne rand* rlllc revue »ttt Hi clo*h»ellne mo tion picture* alt o' 'oca! eg>pl!oet:on. « the head'ner at the l.lovd vtugr* everythin* but * **ta ke-ntr* an Ii ib*t Hr ov*k Imi nrn niUi the tr*m*4 mi lira I mi by uitkini a ij.it'v rl<y!iint (mails of nc*l Jump ihi u a h»vi> Os murH much of hla •• »Ct i« (naiiM Owl i« plaaaaj Hu di'th*alinr moving pulurc* ara prc pared *ei**r>aUv for the o« Castes aa« prove big liiufh aaitara Alfred Van ril given aom* Haver • xlilbltiKoa with irayn, employing an *l». trust apparatus for repre dm In* hla work n a screen aa ha rri'cr»H» with tiia drawing 11a la aeateted b> a girl whoa*- naaaa la not givan The latter provide* eonte id t*rt-«»1na entertainment In piecing the o|«t familiar ‘’rag pictures.•' ‘AI Ihe (’tub ta a pleasant Itttla -ki fr tented h> Or are I eonard and Tom lUmnrv Song*, snappy chat let and a little d.*n< lug are inter mingled The Vi'nita- Pynieroo pair are not had althn the a t ettuld Hand for a i nle ta> i iii'ii Mina lloalU la '-ape • >atlv good in her impersonation* of a child. The W*lla-Ollbrrt company of ac rubais. amgera and dancers, clone the *hc*w BERNHARDT RALLIES WELL ShoiM Decided Gain In Strength During Idist 24 Hour* NEW YORK. April 24 - Mme Aarah Bernhard’ is gaming strength hm nhe i* still In danger, according to the bulletin Issued »o<ia> b> ph>- -icisn* attending her a* M' Sinai bo>pltal. The bulletin said “There ha* been a decided improvement during the last 24 houra The out look la better than It w;*s “Mme Bernhardt cannot jret be conaldered out of danger.” B of C. to Honor Or. Rice The Rev. M S Rice. m\o to soon to depart for France to be of as sistance to the Allies in the war, moo. la to be honored by mem her* of the Board of Commerce and by at least 1 000 of his parishioner* at a banquet In the Hoard of Commerce on Friday evening T>r Rice has »*lce been chaplain of the board Alvin F Knoblock will act a* toast master. A A Templeton, president of the hoard Re\ Chester H Kmereo*., president of tb-- Detroit Pastor*' union I>r. A. Sluder, secretary of the Y M C A Kd win IVnby *nd Kkignr A c , U est are among thoae aho will *pe.tk. I»r Rice, of cour*e. will respond to the eulogies Alsatian* living in the Cnlted R’ate* will he under the protection of France during the war t f ft Tribute to she Lawyer ▼ He argues and Pleads for his client's needs He cites and recites fill you’re dizzy He's keen and he’s clean—that’s plain to be seen He's brainy, he’s bright and he’s busy. Through all his long cases, tho’ trouble he faces He's calm and he’s cool and he’s ouiet He says to feel fit there Is nothing like IT And by IT he means WRIGLEY’S—Just try its WRIGLEYS has won Its case people are for It. Largest selling gum In the world because It’s liked by more folks. ’’AFTER EUERV MEAL” i TUESDAY, APRIL, 2i, 1»1T. U.S. WRITERS TO LEAVE RERMANY Are Told Their There 1b No IjOAger Dehi ruble THE HAOlUfc April 14.—The Oar man foreign office ha* notified all remaining American newspaper u»** in liermaav that (hair presence m the empire "1* no longer desir able** according to word received here today. BIG TABERNACLE MUST COME DOWN The Rilty Sunday tabernacle in Crindtey field will be raced, the work to begin May S. Efforts of the Rand Building company to purchase the structure as a drill hall for sol diers failed Monday, when (Tiief In speetor Henry A Dupont, of the de pirtment of building* and Build ing Commissioner William F. Me- Relieves Serious Case of Chronic Constipation Dr. (aidwell’s Syrup Pepain ( orrects Condition That .Seemed Hope lea* After Buffering from chronic eon ttlpatlon until the was ao run down •be waa unable to do any kind o.' work. Miss H A. Vreea. g<>* Adams Si.. Dayton. Ohio, obtained a bottle of Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and used It with such g’-.-i'lfylng result.* that she continued the treatment and ha* written to Dr Caldwell that her condition la again normal, and that she wants to recommend Syrup Pep atn to everyone who suffer* with constipation Dr. Caldwell'* Syrup Fepain is * combination of simple laxative herbs with pepstn. gentle in its action and free from griping or other pain or dtncorafoH It contains no opiate or larcottc dru*. snd. w htle acting read fly on the most stubborn rase of In active bowels, Is absolutely safe for the tiniest babe, so that it la the Ideal family laxative and should he k'i't on hand in every household for n»C when needed Dr Caldwells rfyrup Pepsin cos’s only fifty cent* a bottle snd is sold in drug stores evervwhere. To avoid Donald put a atop to the proceed *aga with t peremptory order that the work of rasing the structure ba ftaried forthwith- The Maud com pany »Ui buy the lumber iu Um* kail. Ail building restrictions and Are limits were waived when the taker nacle was erected, the uuoeraiand )ng <hen being that It would be ras ed at the conclualon of the Billy Sunday campaign The Allies' bg xaar than asked the use of the building for its charitable purpose, and the request was allowed The annual auto show next waa housed In the building. ■7 - It will coot more to calcimine the kitchen this spring. Chid mines and water palnta an made of chalk. Practically the only available source of supply for chalk la England and France, and In these countries chalk mining haa been suspended because oi the war. 8n far this year the United fttatee government ha* contracted for l.» Pfn.fioo pairs of army shoe*, at an average nut of |f».M a pair t /* - y^iss Imitations and ineffective suhsiitu'ea be pure you gel Dr. Caldwell's riyntp Prphln Hee that a facsimile of Di. Caldwe||> signature and hla port rad appear on the yellow carton in which •h • bottle Is peeked A trial bottle, f • of charge can b» obtalne l by writing to Dr W. B Caldwell, 4f*J Washington St. Mn MHlo, Illinois.