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SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917.
LUFBERRY WINS PROMOTION ( rack Lafayette Flyer Is Offi cially Named Lieu tenant PARIS, June 30-AdJt. Raoul Luf berry. of the Lafayette Escadrill*. a New Yorker, wan Friday commit* atoned a lieutenant In recognition of hla splendid record aa a fighting air man. With Lieut. William Thaw, of Pittsburgh, he la now one of the. "second* In command" of the Iji fayette unit. Uifberry weara the French war cross, the Rrltlah mili tary cross, has been cited half a doien times in the orders of the day and haa an official record of bavin* brought down 10 enemy planes. C’orp James Norman Hall was e* rioualy w ounded In hla fight with ►even German aviators, but la said to have a chance for recovery, re ports from the front stated today. Itlspatehes yesterday declared Hall was dead when picked up In the front line trenches into which he fell, hut later word to the Kscad rllle headquarters corrected this re port. ARGENTINA IN WAR CRISIS Revocation of Neutrality Be tween Germany and IT. S. Expected BUENOS AIRES. June 29 —Ar gentina appeared likely today to an nounce a revocation of her neutral ity between Germany and the Unit e<! States within a few hours Sink ine of the Argentine steamship Torn recently by a German suhma rlne has apparently brought the government to a crisis. Public sentiment here favors fol lowing Brazil’s course in aligning with the I'nited States. TO INVESTIGATE SLACKERS GIVING WRONG NAMES Employers of labor In Detrott are retilng together with elty and gov ernment orflclals to discover why thousands of workmen are masquer adlng under assumed names. The fsct that many men are working under false names became apparent when eraployers\hecked up the reg istratlon cards with their payrolls snd Information regarding these dis crepancies is being forwarded to the authorities every day. Government officers will lnvestl gate the .case* and determine the reason for the aliases. It is be lieved that In some cases this form of slacking Is done to hide the Men tit.y of men wanted for some offense and in others to avoid draft for the army. CARE OF TEETH IS IMPORTANT FACTOR Perfect Health Impossible If ’ You Have Poor Teeth W'h»n th* food on» rut* Ip ready tn fni>r tl o rlnmach and there to ha digested and the elements pent tn all i>art« of tha body. It la gbrolutelj, necessary for nna a wall* being that this food should ba prop arly masticated. If you ara unahla to ch<*w your food o Natura dictates, tha stomach ta ovarworkad and Indication la tha result Mao tha body cannot get all the nourishment that It naada and tha trmiMr tl at la called "disease" or "Mines* ' la hound to ha tha raault. If y. u will *o to tha dental offices of I »r. f f*. Higgins at 13'. Mlrhlgan. a\e. ><mi .an ha>a your taath put In cod ahara at llttla expense com pared with the benefits you receive and you wont have to suffer any pain, cither You ran t.cat retain roitr health hv having v«>ur taath in good condition • ■hawing your food proparly and taking enough reaaonahla exercise to promt tc h healthy circulation of the blood r>r. lligglna will gladly explain to yon further. Tba offlcaa are open dally until 3 pm. and Sundays until noon \dv. What are you doing to save foods? ARE you merely thinking about helping the gov ernment or are you really acting? There is no doubt but what we must conserve our food supply. A few ounces a day saved by every housewife will help a great deal. If you haven't ice already call us today. Eleven Delivery Stations. Phone Grand 7200 or the nearest station. General Ice Delivery Company Dili! A. Rr««m, Prom. Fred J. Armstrong, f.»«. Mgr. One Woman s Story »Y CAROLYN BEECHER. Chapter CXXIIt. The truth about a woman's daily life is nearly alwa>a rather sordid and unexciting It is so mad* up of trifles, little unimportant happen ings that go to the making of hap plne*s or unhappiness. A tender word, a smile, the gift of a flower floods the w*hole world with sun shine, while the lack of these things, even if caused only by thoughtless ness or absent mindednesa. All our days with woe If we have not Jov* In our lives we sre so constituted that we weary and long for it: or we grow hard and bitter because of our unfilled need, our unsatisfied craving. And often the proud, sensitive, inexperi enced wife. Is. like myself, a hlun derer of love In the beginning of her married life. The primitive woman would laugh, and walk rough shod over things that to us seem abso lutely unsurmountable. In the end she would win where we fail be cause of the strength and Justice of her demands. I had not seen Mrs. Mulhany for a number of days, but Just as I was about to telephone her she came over When I saw the gay little work bag over her arm I knew she had come to spend the afternoon, and hurried to let her In We went Into the nursery or as Brure now called It "the gym." He wanted to show her some new apparatus his father had Just had set up for him After she had admired it and talked to both Bruce and his tutor In her sweet way for a few moments, we passed Into my room "What a glorious view'" she ex claimed. as she stepped to the win dow. and gazed out at the hills so clear cut against the horizon, but later to be covered with the violet haze I loved so well. She stood ad miring them for a few moments, and then turning, she put her arm around my waist and drew’ me to her. "Now, Margaret, tell me what it is. perhaps I can help.” "Why. there isn’t anything to tell," I stammered, drawing away I wondered If Myrtle had told her. then dismissed the thought Myrtle was true blue. She would not dis cuss me, my affairs, even with Mrs. Mulhany "Then don't torture yourself im agining things," She replied, but her kindly smile took sfl the sting from the words which had been tittered rather sharply for her. "You look worn out, anxious, and are getting as thin as a rail. Doesn't Robert see It? It's about time someone told him to take care of you." "I dop't need any care. Really Mrs. Mulhany. I am perfectly well. Robert knows I am all right Every body gets a little tired oecastonally, and If isn't a bit fashionable to be fat, you know." I was frightened that she might speak of my looks to Robert. "Fashionable—pooh!" she snort ed, disgustedly, as she dropped into the rhair I had placed near the win dow for her, and drew out a bit of sewing she was doing for Betty. A beautifully embroidered yoke for a dress. "TV* you think any one ad mires a beanpole* 1 don't, neither does Tim He says 'bare bones are immodest.’" We both laughed, and I felt easier. But she hadn't finished, for, after I had admired the pattern on the yoke, she said: "You am more than a little timd, dear If I were you 1 ahould go away for a little while Go by your self. 1 will coma over every day and help Martha with the children, or I will take Betty home and keep her with me." "Oh. I couldn’t go away now* ray music, and—’’ "That's another thing You are working too hard with your muete. I met Ignore Dorian and she feared you were driving yourself too stren uoiisly. It Isn’t as If you were de pendent on It, j-ou know, deer. If you were [ shouldn't say a word, he cause when need drives we often cannot slacken the reins if we would." I wondered what she would say were 1 to tell her of my plan, thal I expected to experience the need and soon Would she then object to my working hard —that la if she understood? * Even as the thought came to m»> 1 wondered If she ever would under stand "Tim says that your husband is sure to be appointed Judge,” she rambled on, her fingers flying as she talked, “and I nm so glad he has signified his willingness to ac cept. I have always thought that everv man owed a duty to his peo ple. his country A duty which, if his circumstances permitted, he should fulfil I am delighted that your husband has been chosen for so prominent a place. It is a great honor for so young a man. but Tim says the desire for his appointment Is unanimous." "And Mr. Mulhany should know!’ 1 laughed, altho my heart was aore that others knew- so much more of Robert’s business than I did "Yes. Tim knows pretty well all that’s going on In the public life of the state. Sometimes w hen l ft e| a tiny bit like finding fault wh*-n he is obliged to be out a good deal, I think that if more good men like Tim and Mr Tb-ayton took an inter esf in such things it would be bet ter for us all; and that stops all dr sire to complain." MISS BONSTELLE TELLS HOW STAGE WOMEN AID U. S. The announcement that Miss Jes sie Ronstelle would speak in the National League for Women’s S«*r vice headquarters Friday noon, serv ed to crowd every inch of available «pnce in the rooms. Miss Ronstelle Is an especially felicitous speaker and her charm o! manner is as attractive as her words are interesting Sf# told of rh* work of the Stage Women's War r* lief, in which organization wonim in any way connec.cd with the ;h< atrical pufession are working haul in band. "The society has been doing i’-v bit for sew ral months in provid'Ug for ilie families of actors who wt-w tnto war s.*r\lce w!*n ihe Allies, and in more recent week a in our own army and navy rotc*‘>, and also in sending across the »oas Red Cross and war supplies of all kinds, n-> well as clothing for the destitute Belgian and French ” said Miss 15m st* lie "We have thorolv organized Now York headquarter*. \ here money » -•ent. supplies donated and personal work done by wor en of the stage. The society is made up wholly *d women, and Its worn primarily is for women and children, but with thos*> first principles go aid to all who need it irrespective of s.*\, color or race. "An astonishing number of aef.or~ have gone 1o war. Some of them left those dependent upon them well cored for, but the majority could do nothing because they had nothing That’* the way it is with stage i Ik Tour Yellowstone Via Auto—a Wonderful Vacation Trip No more slow and uncomfortable horse stage.- |p Yellowstone Park' t"ne|e Sam says automobiles must be used exclusively. He bas also placed the hotels, ramps and autos e.ich un der one management, which will greatlv add to the efficiency of the service Go to the Yellow atone this summer and see sot yourself all those marvels of nature you haw heard of since childhood ge\sers throwing out tona of boiling water, great canyons "In one wild Nselfer of color." water falls almost twice the height of Ni agara Anri on your return come out by way of the 'Tody Itoad " other wise you miss some of the grand) «t scenery In the entire Yellowstone |«- glon. It is the best and most inter esting part of the trip all by aut<>- moldie over fine government-built roads. Stop at the office and let me help you plan the trip, or write and I will gladly send you a beautifully Illustrated folder describing the win ders of wonderland. J. Franrla. Gen. Pass Agt.. C . R Ar Q H It. 647 TV .Tackson-biv and , Chicago. Adv. The few, very few, hav« good in ; comes, the rest struggle from sea son to season to make a bare ilv Ing " Mb* Ronstelle made a plea for tho support of the members of the league for the benefit performance to be given for the Stage Women’s War relief in the Garrick theater Sunday evening, July 15. in which she and members of her company and Detroit amateur and prof*** atonal talent will take part. Printing- the plain neat kind—that la rlgkt—Time* Job l»ept.—-Wain 4-130. Our stock has kept pace with the constantly growing demand for Grand Pianos. It is not likely that any other house in tho entire country presents so splendid a choice. Not only do we offer variety that satisfies every preference in size, style, wood, finish, etc., but here, too, is quality in very highest decree. Steinway Knabe Grinnell Bros. Sohmer Vo»e Shonlnger Harrington and Other*. Price* Commence at $465. Other Instrument* In Exchange. Convenient Payments. Giinnell Bros Headquarters, 243-247 Woodward Avenue No Matter What Your Plans Are for the Fourth You’ll find this store as handy as a pocket in a shirt. In plan ning for any meal at home or for a picnic always think first of BLESSED’S CORNER WOODWARD AND FOREST IF YOI GO n\ A PIC NIC VOI *l.l. NFF.n SOUR OF Til USE OUTER, plain or stuf fed. Quart Mason Jars of Sour Onion Pickles f how Chow Sweet Tlleed Pickles Sweet Mlsed Pickles. Yacht Cltih Salad Dress ing Blue l abel ( hill Snore Not-I.et Pennot Butter Strained Honey sin rase hi no ( berries ( tinned Salmon Snrdlne* (rah Meat and doiens of other dainties. Fresh Green Vegetables Fresh Spinach Green Pea* Tender Green or Wax Bean* New Beet* and Carrot* New Turnip* Hothouse Lettuce Choice Head Lettuce Green Com New Asparagus Large Cucumbers Green Onions Round Radishes Celery, Egg Plant Pie Plant Green Peppara Cauliflower Fre*h Country Egg* Cream Cottage Cheese, fresh dally, lb. 15c Domestic and Imported Swiis Cheese All Kinds of Fancy Cheeses IN THE BIG SANITARY MEAT DEPARTMENT We keep fans going all the time here—no flies—no dust— no dirt—everything fresh and clean. CHICKENS The cornfed yellow kind. Broilers, extra large all freshly dressed, pair *1.75 and up Fresh Dresaed Yearling liens. 1 onng Hens Qf) for stewing. Ib...«JaSC rirmonlh Bocks QQ f.-r toasting, lb ...OOC PORK All fancy young corn fed pig stock l.oln Itonat Os QQ little Pig lb U& C Fnglleh Allred *ngar ( iired Bacon, 4 4 ih 44c Finest Beef, Veal, Pork and in Detroit. Order Friday Night for First Delivery Saturdays 15 Phones to Take Your Order—GRAND 3750 Most Convenient Ixication in Detroit—Cor. Woodward and Forest Aves.—On Woodward and Crosstown Car Lines. Closed All Day Wednesday, July 4th. DETROIT TIMES WOMAN FIGHTS RICH HUSBAND FOR DAUGHTER Mrs. Helen of Philadel phia. who came to Detroit on the trail of her husband. Ralph, and hi* father, the latter said to be a weal thy grain merchant of Philadelphia, whom she allege* took her little daughter Jean from her h> fraud, succeeded Friday in having h**r hus band brought in’o »ouri on a charge of abandonment She also obtained a writ of habeas corpus, which or The full, rich tone of the Grand Plano; the suggestion of culture, discrimination and af fluence associated with its own ership: its graceful lines aad richness; it* standing as ffea most perfect type of musical tn a t rument, a* the highest achievement of the piano build er's craft all combine to as sure in the presence of a Grand Piano in >our home the very ut most in artistic chann and musi cal enjoyment. These Canned Goods are mighty good qua I -1 and a lot cheaper than fresh vegetable* I Inin Bf»n» (.olden Win Henna F.arl* .Inne Pena Hril Kidney Rcana Vnxar Corn f." 15t««.*1.70 HI t F. t.UIF.b 4 LNNED MF T TN Deviled Q ” 4'hlckm Boned A (T 4 hlcken ‘itiC 25c *4O 20c s 35c "„v'r..".r25c»35c Blue l.nbel Baked .. . Bean* in |*l Tom.ito Sauce Choice Fresh Fruits Fine Cantaloupe, each 10c and 15c Large Size Watermelona, whole, half or quarter New Peachea, for table use; per box, 15c. Harvest Apples, for sauce or fating, box. 25c Gooseberries fine for pies; box, 17c Huckleberries -first of the sfason; q». box. 25c Sweet Cherries, California Oranges. Grapefruit. Strawberries, Bananas, Lemons. Red Apples, Raisins, Dates and Figs Home Made Bread -Those groat big loaves of wholesome home • made bread. 11c Ralaln, Currant, Brown, Whole Wheat, Graham and Rye Bread Fresh Fried Cakes, Cockles. Rolls, Lady Fingers and Table Cakes SPRING LAMB Fxtra choice and large ante. > ;;;:.T; r ;*3t«*3.so *4 to *4.50 Late Fall Lamb Genuine Shropshire will make a fine Sunday dinner Fnrenuurlfrs, Ql very tender, lb t)“*C Hln<l<|Mnrtera (A and Legs, lb 4"f Fresh Pess to go with Ih- lamb. (W\ quart iJVC M.nnldrr ( nil QU f.amb 4 hops, lb. . . OOC H'rlrb Rarrhlt all rcartjr iV' r .„*:.20c&35c ( hlrkrn ■ la Kin*, C y 25c s 50c «maM fleet*. 4ft b©*t* tn lh» can. fln* for *ar nlah- 1 .T: inp Iwfl rnoK E roi.n mkat* |> .IMIS Ron»la»« l'l*»' 1 fcl, e\tr» large CH. Jam UUC llonflma Q (T ( hlckcn O«JC TZ.“.. .. 35c* 55c I »l*f»" «r I aniht’ Tnn*ur . . . mirrii o« '} Ton Knc OtiC rtnlleil Om Tnniut, y,r s i.oo as r Mr*:....*i.so VEAL FTxtrs choice and fat Drcp-ed specially for us. Breasts, »,/• shank oft Ih .-1)0 shoulder Koa«ta for dressing ih 28c and 30c Teal for Stewing. Op Fresh 4 nl.es* l iter* ■nd *%srrt breads. BEEF '""ut from choice young native -toore. Mlh Boasts, counter i’" I ':.. 28c to 3(> c Choice Kettle Boaasts. 1" 22c to 25c <Ws father and non to appear In court Saturday with tba child. la said to bava aecurad a bill of divorce from hia wife in Seat tle, a decree which Mrs. Lem on t re pudiate*, an *he naya she knew noth mg of the ault until ahe received a letter from her husband in Detroit haying he had secured the divorce. Mr* Lemont allege* In her WTit that Lemont and hla father are plan ning to spirit little Jean to Canada, so that the child will be beyond the jurisdiction of the United Stntea rourta. “Superfluous Hair” W# remove It permanently and palnleuftly from the face, neck and limb* we shape eyebrowa—no de pllatoriea or electric needle used. I>o not be a skeptic because you l**\e tried depilatories without success. We can *tve reference from !>etrott’a best known women. Lucille Francis Method (Pst. Applied For) We recommend our Soap. Face powder and Cold Cream, guaran teed not to grow nalr fur* Please send stump with inquiries. 404 W nednird Arcade Bldg. Detroit, Mich. orricEii Michigan Blvd. Bldg. Chicago. TTI. Cleveland Athletic Bldg., Cleveland, O. Pittsburgh. Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. \gs-ncles given responsible people. Jk s lip \f 1 At the Kern Store! Helpful Shopping: Hints For the "Fourth”! #| A Simply Marvelous Collection of_ New Sailors / Sport Hatsl Trimmed Hats! Just When Hundreds of Women Are Looking lor Them for fourth of July Outing Wear— Comes Our Announcement—of 800 Tub Skirts in a Sale! $1.98 $0.98 SQ.9B *ss® For Skirts That Would Regularly Sell Hickey’s for Quality Wearing a Hickey Suit on the "Fourth” is a "Picnic’’ in Itself! sls, S2O, $25 and to SSO It’* easy to tell Hickey’s suits from the “com mon push.” You 11 know them by their all wool materials, by their hand-tailoring, by their aristocratic bearing. Hickey’s suite are the chin-up sort of suits. They’re not ashamed to look you square in the eye. They have no excuses or apologies to make. The best tailoring institutions in America made them. There are styles that will appeal to young men, middle-age men, and older men— Pinch backs and belters —some as gay as a Fourth o' July bandwagon—and there are form-fitters, and the most conservative sort of conservative models. * Men who want blue serge suits, Palm Beaches or tropical suits will find them here in good ehooslng. All sizes. frank Floor Hickey*s 201-203 Woodward Ave. £ —brand new for Saturday—ln the Kern Store! —Shimmering all-white Satin Hata! —White satin and black velvet combinations! —Whits Milan with black velvet! —White Georgette and satin combinations! —Leghorns, with top or underbrim facing of Georgette or satin! —Flower-laden Hats. All black Hats, always beautiful with dainty summer costumes. And Sport Hats jauntiness itself. Charming styles, very modestly priced at $2.50 to $15.00. for a Third More! Tt*§ mm of thou© fortwiato purehaa©* that comw to th© bu>©r who la alway* <m the alert- tji© aoeurlof of th©*© booutiful akirta to sell at apo dal pries*. There Are Twenty-Fhre Different Styles tnetodiaf the tailored — tho fathorod bock*. gath©r©d all around broad ylrdl— —ralopr pockets—basket pockets- military pocket*—atltrhed aatebwl pocket*. and doeena of other*. In snowy whit© Oabardln©*, Cord©- lloee. Bedford Cords. Pique*, and novelty chocks and atrip©*, and color©d ©port fabric* ftefular and EXTRA sloes! Smart Stripe Voile Bfwiil lArtw-onltamd nodal a. wide sport stripes whit© with roao. with blue. with from For Woer With Whlto Skirts. Traveling Equipment AT Manufacturers' Prices ts you art contemplating a trip and art in natd of a Trunk, Travallng Bag or Suit Case, aea ua. You will aava tha ratatlar'a profit at thia atona. Our prleaa ana lawaat and tha quality at our goods tha hlfhast' A Full Line of Travelers* Supplies Kliesner-Klenner-Enz Cos. 64 Congress St. East Opposite County Bldg. Tel. Main 4407. Kerns g PAGE 3 / sjT