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SATURDAY. JUN E 30. 1917.
CANADA'S DRAFT BILL WILL PASS Opposition Not Strong Enough To Force Refer endum OTTAWA, Ont., June 30.—Canada's bitterly d< bated conccription bill is expected to become law deapltr the threat In common* from Alphome Vervllle, labor member, of a general strike unless the proposed measure la first submitted to the people. - The general feeling lit that the bill will pass in the house with from 40 to t»o majority and that It will undoubted!} be* carried In the upper house Not much support for Bir Wilfrid !>*urler’a proposed referendum to the people has developed. It has not even the complete support of Lihetal* of his own people, the French Canadians Vervllle told the commons organ lied labot in the I'nttrd State would support the general'Canadian strike, tho there would he no strike in the States U. S. HOSPITAL CORPS IS CITED FOR BRAVERY PARIS. June 2T-Section 13 of a the American hospital corps was formally cited in iho orders of the day today for '‘treat courage and self po«se**|on. especially on May 26. when it evacuated wounded tin der heavy tire ” "In this Instance." the report con tinned, 'the rommander, Sub Lieut. R () lv»ranaeei. was gravely wound ed and Ilrlvers T (J Cgsaidy of Chi cago and J I, Thompson of Indian apolls were both wounded " In the same otders of the day, fewcl Kenton, of Philadelphia, an ambulance man in Section Three, received his econd individual cita tlon for "repairing his car in the fare of a heavv bombardment about Monastir in May." LIQUOR BLAMED FOR COAL LACK WASHINGTON. June 30 Too much liquor and not enough coal cars an* responsible for lack of coal In ihe central part of the country, J. !> A Morrow, Pittsburgh, repr* renting the Coal Producers’ assocl atlon. told tlie senate interstate commerce committee today. He said if a prohibition law were put into effect it would so Increase the efficiency of miners as to add 25.000.0n0 tons annually to the coal output of Ohio, Illinois and Indiana i^flealirsmps Detroit’s Smartest Shopping; Place Saturday Specials at Healy’s Travel Coats MIXTURE COATS In Attractive mixture* Loot*. belted or trench mod*D Onchalf silk or natin lining Women's.and misses’ sites Priced $22.50 Linen Suits Heavy linen suits in Norfolk or .‘port models. Cold ester shrunk Colors - woweeWuM Priced, $9.95 and $12.75 Auto Dusters Linen coats made full length, high convertible collar, loose or belted, as want- N * ,ur *' color onl! Very Special, $4.95 Beach Cloth Coat PALM BEACH CLOTH COATS, milltarv style, pa'ch pockets, inverted pleat ' Attractively Priced, $9.95 1,500 Wash Skirts on Sale Saturday Now Is the time to select a skirt for your outing July 4. WASH SKIKTS for all occasions - walking, boating, tennle, garden parties or dress. Saturday All Day Special SILK JERSEY AND WASH SATIN SKIRTS GAOARDINE SKIRTS, plain or pleated in very fine quality satin and Jersey. Fancy models with large, full pockets, gathered in pockets and separate belts (lathered nt waist, separate belts Worth A nr waist. Very r Smart SKIRTS In wide wale Colors — rose, gray, leather, gold. white, Copei. Women’s and Misses’ sires. Pockets, separate belts. While they last, $7.50 values, qj sperlAl OJ»i/J Two-el a.«p fine quality WHITE MILANESE SILK GLOVES, black Parts point stitching— 85c Pair Saturday Only W e Offer 300 Girls’ Gingham and Chambray Dresses, 85c Formerly values t« $1.95 Sizes 6 to 14 years, Aernnd Fleer MOTOR HATS Smart Hats for Your Fourth of July Trip These we are selling tomorrow at fractions of the prices they would regularlv sell for. They include the following classes suitable for city, country or traveling wear: JAP HATS with colored straw hrlma. In gray. ro«e. Copenhagen, gold and navy. A ft AC ft? Oh value, special NOVELTY HATS In all straw and straw and silk combinations. Stylish shapes fhfr regular s*oo, 14 00 and s.l 50 nr values, h-pec la I SILK HATS, smart tailored styles with stitched rolling brims In many pretty colored oomblna m SI.OO LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME By THORSTOS W. BLJtQISBa. A Hollow Ix>g Nursery. fCopyrlght. lilt, by T. W Burgess ) If you were Just a little Mink It's prnhahle that you would think A hollow P.R a home as (rand As any heme within the land. Anywgv, ft would suit vnu better than any other home. That Is. of course, if you were s Mink This Is e\*. (1y the kind of a home that Billy Mink tad provided for his family. I suppose that to he strictly truthful I should have said that Mrs Billy had provided It*— It really was her choice, tho I fan-> that she had allowed Hilly to ftdnk that It was Ills It was verv cunninglv hidden, was that home of Mills VHnk. It we* mo cumnnalv hidden thut It was real ly no trouble at all lo k»-ep it a se cret. and n seotet It was. ss you and I and Peter Babbit know . In fa< t. not one of Billy's neighbor* had the !eii*l Idea where It was They didn't know whether It th<- I*augh In* Brook, or down the IvtiiKblns Hror-k, and they never could te|) fioin w at-hlng Billy or Mrs Bitty Asa matter of fact It was up the T*au(h- Brook, almost up to the pond of Paddy the Beaver. tu <t below where the toughing Brook made a little splashing water fa>l ws s a quiet poo) in which trout love to live, nnd Inst a few step*, bv \ from this lltle pool tun the thick brushy top of a fallen tree In which a great amount of rubbish had collected sticks Sint leaves brought down by the laughing Brook whin it was out of Its hanks In the earlv spring Underneath all this was - hollow log a perfectly splen did hrdlciw tog. open at the end to rt aid tire 1/tuKhlnp Brook, warm and dr\ ar'd with plcntv of room Inside Mr-- HUH s sharp eves had snapped tor.iirsly the verv flrst time she had seen It She had been up and down the whole length of the Toughing Brook and e\en over along the hanks of the Pig Ptver Into which the Laughing Pronk flows snd »he knew that nowhere else wa ■ there anvthlng to compare with this hollow log for a home • Plllv." said ahe. '•come see tht' old hollow log ‘ Plllv came at ogee and a« soon as he «an it he declared thut it was the verv place fop their home 1 tie more he examined It Inside and out the more enthusiastic he grew, until In the end vou would have supposed that he had discovered it himself Mrs Bill* snid nothing but,quietly Eat Slice of Bread Less Per Day and Save Thousands Os Lines, Is Hoover Plea WASHINGTON. Juno 30 - ‘Tut Ihe loaf on the table only vyhen you need it," ih* slogan sent out in house* ivi s today by Herbert Hoover. "One wheat lea*; meal per 'day," urged Hoover, "will save millions of bushel.* of wheat per week "If the 15.000.000 who live on farms will consume twice hr many vegetable* during the summer rt« ordinarily, a saving of 20.0b0.n00 Smart Gloves for Holidays wJ ••Hilly," l said she. "come and see the hollow log.” went ahead and made a cosy, rnni f<>i table bed m the farther end of the holluu |eg, and *•• the tnat*er was settled There she spent most of her time when sh»- vvasnt out Ashing or hunting f*«i frogs «>r trying to ratch a bird by wav of a change of fare Then one never ■'n-ha-forgotfen merntng when Billy p"ked his head In In aee why -he dldn I come nut ti> s* * Ashing with him ire found a splendid surprise awaiting him Mr* H;l v use not Hlun*. N<>. air. she was not alone. There were flve tiny batuec there, five little helpless mlt« ■* whose eves were not yet open and wouldn't t>e for some time. The old hollow bg had bscome a nursery! Mr Hilly allowed him no more than a gltmpse of them and then sent him aho ut his business II- went Thor* wnv romerhlng a '-out .Mrs Billv that warned him that it was best for him • * i a., ■ was fold P-ct he dldn * go far He was so puffed up with r-t do that be enutdr't t-esr to *v>n think of going far out of sight of ti > l tr. -top under which wa* the • it had become the moat v . n a -f-'l end imnortant place tn the whole Great World Next Story Hollow I*og Play Dav* Printing—the plain neat kind—that Is r*«kt—Times Job llrst.— Main <320 bushel* of wheat would be accom plished. __ "If every American will consume four ounces more potatoes per day, this would equal 30.bb0.h00 bushels of w heat “Our duty Is clear," concluded Hoover "If each of us should ept four slices of bread for every live •lice* we have been accustomed to eat, we would accomplish our pur pose and thousands of lives would he saved." Two-el asp WHITE SILK GLOVES, black ind white contrasting embroidered backs 65c Pair Girls’ Linen Dress Sale, $3.95 Formerly values $6.95 to $12.95 125 GIRLS’ LINEN DRESSES, the balance of our entire stork. One of a style. Size* M to 16 years. *er«ml Finer MOTOR CAPS for touring with a wide peak finished in front with a small buckle. We have these in navy. Copenhagen, rose, purple, tan. black, emerald and Kelly green. 11 ho values, special .... o*/C CHIFFON MOTOR VEILS with hemstitched border in rose, gold, chartreuse, naty. white, purple, Copenhagen, gray, green brown, red, champagne and black. A good value <w | aa at iDift. apeclal f0r.... v iaUU DETROIT TIMES The Confessions of a Wife Man and Woman Differ In Life’s (JnaL "I don’t believe I was ever cut out for a aticreaafu) woman, Margie,” said Paula. , “I think you have been a very successful woman, Faula,” I remon strated. Paula stopped to decide upon the question and then she looked up and smiled. When Paula Newton smded she was radiantly Beautiful and I thought that proha bly much of her success—a* a wo man rested on the smile and the personality behind it I was Amused to have her almost an*wet my un spoken Idea. "Yes, I think I have been a verv successful woman and that means a very different thing, you know, Mnrgle, than being a successful man When we call a man suecesstul we do not mean thnt he has been a successful lovrr, or a successful husband, or a successful father W< mean only one thing he has reaped lame and wealth- ut least one or the other—in some profession, art or business. "When you talk about a surre«s* ful woman you me an she has- been successful only In the thing* th.;* are purely feminine. Men have ad mired and loved her. popular opin ion haw r-et its approval on her char acter and h»r personality. "In a man, Mnrgle. success al ways means achievement. In a »o i.,an It usually means acquiescence "What 1 started to say when I was led into this other train of thought, Margie, wa tint the rea son uhv 1 neve*- succeeded In hu«l ne*s to any great extent was be cause I was always being led awny from the work in hand. "After nil mv good resolutions on that day when ! rried so I wok* up the next mornlnx full ot ginger. I put on my prettied gown nnd made in>?*lf as presentable ns possible and .'■'allied forth toward the office of a man who I had heard was arranging for n summer stock company In the middle west. "Strang*- a« It may seem, 1 really wanted to get away from N*w- Yor\ l still had the feeling of a lost child ill a city streef where every face was strange and not altogether pre possessing. "And so I sauntered forth Yes, Margie, a literally sauntered, for I had found that one must not act the least bit in a hurry if one wishes to land a Job in a theatrical com panv. The particular manager I was after had an office on Firty-<rc nnd si. and I det»rmined to walli bom Eleventh .«t,. where I hoarded, up FID h ave to Forty-second. "If Broad wnv looks sordid and ! -quplld and ugly except in the glare of ihe cloctrle Tight*, there is no business sir*** lo tn* world tha' is so b*autlful as Fifth ave. on a June morning "The shop windows are lik* pie- Hires described in fairy tales wh -r - fabulous Jewels, the m<«e 1 expensive nr.t oms. v riMivr.it musk V l»v«->fiic fnar*» of Irnlnlng with (Itr** month*' probation I* given mr.K m Cumberland Street Hospital Training School for Nurses ( P*irtster*cl by thi University of th* stste of N’c-vv York* f'.cliir-otlnnol ll<-qnlrrmml> St l'l*t on- y*ar of High Fchool < r Itsequiv. alent ant \\T\r.F* G*n*r*l bospltsl ha* two hundred bed active dispensary nnd ghiiu lanec service rtipll* r*e*ive sl* pi»r month flr*t yc*r «nd $1? per month second veer. Uniform* furnished Tut hooks supplied during probe t lop iry t**-m. I t-ihrgry fsc-iliti** afforded For Information addre snpertn- ] iMulfnt Unmherland street Uo*t»ltiil Training School, 10(1 U rim tie rla nd *f., ftrooktyn. \. V. This Beautiful, Nine-Piece $0*7.50 William and Mary Suite / 4 Finished in Adam Brown Mahogany. Terms $lO Cash. $2.50 Weekly EXCEPT that there arc 6 chairs, instead of one, this suite is ex actly as it is illustrated. These chairs have genu ine blue leather seats. The buffet is 48 inches wide, and is topped with a French plate bevel edge mirror. The 42-inch wide china cabinet has hand-carved decorations. The table extends to six feet. Each piece is char acterized by careful and skillful craftsmanship. Our Free Rental Agency is at Your Service art trensures and loveliest fabric? nr* bpre nd before the eyes of tin fairy princess "The alert young turn and bright ••ye-d, wholesome young women seem a |>art ot nature's scheme Even the traffic officers are nplen didly groomed and display a nature t.s sunny as the inoruing Unless you are in such a desperate Tnndl tion of mind that all this sunshine, this beauty, this Joy of living seen to add insult to injury, you cannot possibly he unhappy on Klf'havc on a sunny June morning "I stopped to look in at the win dmv of a shop famed for its lace* What memories they brought to me! My dear mother's one extravagance was her collection of laces. She had taik'-d to no* so much about ihem ’hat I knew more about good lace than most women I "In the* window was a very beau -1 titi: I example of old filet which ct> i pci,illy interested tnc as my mother had had Its counterpart. 1 had seen her handle it lovingly a thousand times. My eyes grew wet at the recollection nnd I surreptitiously hunted in my bag for niy handker | chief. "A* I did so I hca r d a voice be side me In full English accent say: "1 thought I could not he mis taken. How do you do. Mias New toll? Where have you kept yourself ail this long time?’ "I turned huriledly and looked up into the honest eyes of Ix>rd Beau cleugh.’ * (To He Continued! NABBED ON OLD SLAYING CHARGE; SAYS HE’S GUILTY George Michaels, alias Thalhatn cr. was arrested late Thursday aft ernoon hy iKMectives Collins and Wisniewski on a charge of slaying a man In Chicago. IV*c. 22, 1901. The police say Michaels has b*en living in Detroit for the last right years under an assumed name. Michaels admits the slaying charge, the police vqy, -and he came here from Chicago the night of the killing The detectives found Michaels on Ferndale-ave., near Sprlngwells ave., where he was puinMng a house. ill THE MAIN H Wall papeH We have the largest selection, best quality and lowest prices in Petrolt. We don't sell any paper unless we can guarantee to duplicate patterns. SPECIAL OFFERINGS 30 Inch American Oatmeal Papers (all colors). Per Roll Good quality Living and Bed Room I / *Aff Papers—big selection of patterns UIl All borders sold by yard I / Ass or roll (if desired), at..., i/ll Best quality paper at same proportionate price. DECORATORS FURNISHED Cut this Advt. out for future reference; Entire Second I'lnor. GRISWOLI>, Corner' CLIFFORD. Entrance 217 Griswold, from tSnnil«Tiiril. Cherry UPS. Second Floor. "The Step. Snve You Money.” 1 a , •CONSCIENTIOUS OIJJEtTORS’ CAN’T ELUDE DRAFT LAW Ti\j WFRR C. MILLER, WASHINGTON, June 30.—" Con M-ientiou* objectors’’ and pacifists have fallen flat in their campaign to open up a channel for escape front military nervlce. That the draft regulations ready for isauance shortly ignore the objector* was learned today. Unless tiie exemption seekera are actually bona tide members of recog tti/< and religious sects with scruples against oeurlng arms they will get Util** consideration. EARNED ELATED 0\ ER SUCCESS OF RED CROSS DRIVE Ahnei- K. Earned returned from a business trip to Baltimore, Friday. «lated that De troit over-subrcrlbed MAKE YOUR JOB LOOK LIKE NEW-GO AWAY FOR A WEEK OR TWO THIS SUM MER You e-innot keep up the ceaseless grind da; in and d.is out. You'll wear out Conserve your strength and vi tality freshen up a bit. When the old, familiar sights and scenes begin to Jar. park up and get away for a few week*. Amidst the hoary headed monarchs of the Colorado Rockies—old when Methusalch was young—you'll find Just the tonic that you need. Mother Nature knows ‘he needs of her tired children, and she'll send you hack keyed up to fill a man’s silted job in the strenuous life of to day. The "Rocky Mountain Limited" every morning front Chicago, and other modern steel trains, via Rock Island Lines from Chicago, St. Louis and Memphis, make the Journey one of pleasure. We will g’adlv help you plan your vacation, and on request furnish you with our special illustrated literature, giving you all the details about the trip, where to go, what to see. and Just how little you need to pa>. Rock Island Travel RureaU. Majes tic Bldg., Detroit C. C Gardner, I). F\ A. Rhone Main 2770. Safety and Service First —Adv. her quota of the Red Cross Bind. "In the over-subscription of the Liberty bond quota Detroit and pa triotism spoke eloquently," raid Mr learned, "but in her magnificent of fertng to the Red Crosa she reveals her soul and proves her deep love and interest in suffering humanity. We are all proud of the committee ft - • U Vr—— A Great Sale of Luggage for “Over the Fourth” and Vacation Trips The opportunity of the year to secure good luggagd way under regular prices. Before the enormous in creases in costs of raw materials we contracted for A carload of luggage. It’s the best luggage we have seen and the prices we believe the lowest in Detroit, Main selections today. % , i Here Are Some of the Extraordinary Values Waterproofed C pd AA Leatherette Suitcases; 24-in. ....................... •■•••«»»•. Genuine Cowhide Bags; black crepe grain, J /\/\ flat catch and linen lined. Sale Price Black Crepe Grain Cowhide Rags; pa> pyg Club style; Spanish leather lining. /O Sale Price 0 ——— Cowhide Suitcases; C pmm 24-in. size. * /.DU Genuine Cowhide Suitcases; $0 Gift straps all around. Sale Price 1 Handsewed Genuine Cowhide Bags; flj q AA flat catch; linen lined. . Sale Price 1 * Others Up to $18.50 Matting and Rattan Suitcases; four special lots at— s2.oo, $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 Sale of Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks, now at its height Prices $20.00 to $60.00 TWO STORES UPTOWN —253 Woodward DOWNTOWN—Cor. JefTeraon Fnher Arcade and Bates whose splendid work has broogMl Joy to every Detroiter'* heart.* * Catty. Belle—l have bo many attttfd that really I cannot satisfy them *O. Nell—l didn’t know you had > rome ,i telephone operator. IN THIS suite you will see the quality of workmanship and mate rial that is eml>odied in the $l5O suites shown at most furniture stores. Every detail reflects greater care in design ing, in cabinet work and in finish, than you hav# ever before seen in a suite so moderately priced. Don’t p iss this opportunity —at least se« this nine-piece William and Mary dining room suite tomorrow. Plain Price Tickets One Price to All PAGE 7