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NEW WHS ARE BOON TO POLICE Schedule Provides For Single Shift, With out Interruption it mini'll mi tin i>. i roll |«dl< , «* furri will in it if»• > wnrK r*-k 1 *l** r i o M hi, . if Hist* .til of tW i* period of four hoii!* .1 1 1. a- Ini'* I>* in tin in i. tn 111- i h.iin •- wa lit oijgh i nliot.i I nut wi < K on ord'T** frutn < uhiiiti' Kinrr t ou/etis, with a vi»'w to t>< Hi t no.. worUitiK < until limi.t for tV> im ti .ml i\ nur tlo tii more im i o nond in th' jr hnnies r ’ I nd*-r t ti« old \ 11 in uni' •*» t of non work'd t Min noon > lit 1 1 tour In the aft* rnmil), and < nun on twain at midnight And worked tin i until font in 'h*' wioriiini: I’hef* hours j ii•*v• • r proved hat i"fH< tor> to ih» j no n at* (to > lid lilll. tut' Im any thin*: hm -!•• j' I.• n* *v ord*‘t j will *tv ' ;uh man ;• "Inlslil hour* j to hmiM If Th- m w i It* dill* |'i«\ id'- for ' four 'hj|t ' tu mi* wlmh< on I >i"ta of Ij.» t < • nt of tht* ui"n. re j port for *1• r• \ at i in itid work unit! '• int I’w-mv I"t ..Ilf Uo j on at V. in tin' ift'•moon and at*' : »" .i.'d a.: il i-- u. uiun- | pal milt 1 1 i ii. • • -a; during thi*j ninh' pi«. n di 'he fore no I on duly ■» -n ft-' < v*riini: and cm} | • .lit:* ; ' !•* a liii: ' rh' : la.H* -shift Wi'tk from M at m,;ht j until 7 in < < tin mine’. Ind» r thl» arrant, tn.-in t ‘ ■ t • a I tforce on dm t."i wr. « and » in th« , morning fnn • • tor Spiotf - at'*d the turn I v> #>•*> w. ri ] • < l wii>i l;. new ; h r»i11 » A lit' •i l l’ iin pla t r"I the . chanim foi -..ni'- t oo* *nd have tiad j f nndcr .. -■ n ir< • - la*t | jMinuiu r. h« a<l V\ • hcli»-v** ihla I w tl! aid mi■ '•• t- »• 1 tik the j ror,'»> up 'o ’ii and i ! .* and' r the ; f ,jd nianv (A the Ho n he ram* dism-otn .n<i* tt the force ” j Now Collar Assures (io>n n s Success 1 4 vl ; b* Bf TTY BROWN V n 11 • noon .It • - nr <!.l t < loth )- (t ji • I'.il mi >t Ih> « iiiifr *ni droll* Pm mo)|' l in gabardine » miMfo i mi 1 uo*a n four pitnetpal tvl. |m n' of tin- -*-s j nn - 1 Too* -.*uub» lint of the whole rt- tlrrinK bfMli. . !1 . lit ..id ; Milt! and the hnitr lb id* it • I'l- •< n*» off' ring in a <1• I' t;il'lo to bill collar a most f< i.ttuf toutd> d.ilntin*-** and a splendid wav 1.. <1 i-play hit* of ) \(jth»lf> til)' l.o* nnd « nibroid f (*\ ,r tle»* Indeed tlS> I’roiln' or 11 ■ • «rtpl t In th** tlr- r .0 t tin til.nn gets si! Inchon of cold steel und»T th*- fifth rib* In tbo ooiinl art hr turn* up Minting again' Playwright y. 1 ivoh to bring hollo- Ho f;n t that In- 1- ri ally ti hoartl# \ III*In. That'* Different Mm. Knagg Yon nr win 1 think you can an* nk In without nty hear in* you. Th*- -lightest no|*<» alwavs n« ak< n » no 'LI Knakg Notihi m-» ’ Itr T no» p t 011 to ■l< rp 1 hru Tfi mdse of your 01* n nurtng t’rlntliit—lhr nl«tn neat I. Inrt^Uni to <|gkl~n«4. J*k lluu-lal* i\» The Dorm?* of the Duffs. * —f K>flVa w- LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME /<]/ j HORS h \ W Ili'KULeitl. ( halterri Is a Second Buster Bear. fOopyright. 1917, by T. W Burgaas ) Ts <• j ggishncai **f llwster Hear * «'■ s ’TT >* at all *4 pleasant Hung te ... Hot t h•-r <* *.va* thing all'll • * vhi>h wa * n fluster's fe*>r. apd t'l * was the fact tha" tl rtt*ln t last nr a* le*»* he didn't t:v l• • n»c to and e awa\ everybody eI ae that he • night hs e all f those hewn, ***•». Ht«|* h..i<h nu*s for himself What* <\ ei Hmtfr ma. ha* e stupidity 1-. net ,*n* of them He soon «Tiw 11, a * t «mild he nothing lea* ’hkn • tMr.;.tit> *•■ tr>~ to irlve the ..th>*« SWM' *.e, auae he cotlldn ♦ do *t -*• I tier stripped wasting hts time tn sh« !■ ny and settled down to the, f g*t'ing HfNEglr share of I 'tv wgy tn which he hunt'd f..r them he was «»t»1 1 e 1 £g as ever Mir he m> longer I , ,j ,nv attention * * Ms neighbor*, a. t ill wed The* to him* for their He •!*dt* * ft ett gr• • ’ ,ii;... r-rhapf one reason ia»a *t,at rn..«t *f them ti*ok g'ea* ate •i .l i • get \ er\ near hint If he in. \*il \er where th* Peer I U l|« 0 * Plf nt T,lgh tf. >ot ijc'etl' m oared j another place and as Htn'e* wa* rinding plent' and rav*Ml> PM- j nt h * stoma* h his natural good na tit r e retlirted u i little wh I* everybody was] Mi si and *p ii e i and happy with one . rf.tion. vnd that one ev.f*tl*.n s:*» r'hatterer the K*d Srjutrrel i'hat tar*r va» a re**»n*l Huater He a* i hat • t . -a. lie was What Poster was e* drat | gKish Hilt he wir w sr lini Hilst e r You see < hatteret was . rn w .th an unruly tongue If* has the most unrulv tongue in all it,- *.te«n Korest Sa a erold no <*ne an mpa i e with him rurtherniore. 1,. |a greedy t•> the leaf degree V* ». a.re. *hrt * t ere • s the greediest f*]- , it, ~...4 of. and I know a nut ter ve- i (t"M*i! people He is r rt< f l <h..o- Who ha ing more than h* can s. I.lrnself. wnn*« wha* others niav tia\ r f,-.iin*l N*.u tliur were se* eral hund-ed i t • ni>*. i in\ tie* h n*Hs as I'ha'-j ter*i ~i:ld possihl> make ns» <»f. [ .n* Ig*l f* * all the people of the p wM> Like E**rrti TTUTg. i>* if i'hatterer c'otjld Va** tiad Ilia wa \ not on* of hie neighbots w *ild have t>een allowed n*i* those t.r >v n. -weel little nuts nut people like 1 itteiei seldom an have their way, which « a • *ry fortunate th nr i latf.tr i was obliged to see hIS n» ghhors little and Mr. enmtlng those nuts and it upset him e«d|v lie scolded as fast as his tongue . uld’go. flr«t <>ne and then another ll* railed th**m names, atl the had mNh-svmofiwim The Woman Satisfies. • Jono* woman," r»m»rV»'l Hlrk a* I pa vox--I for breath whit* rradmg to I in th*' man « «t-vry I 'h 110 man l« in tor*, that la all. V t tit !• not all e*td IMek A 1 h'i may p< tdlndl) in In' ► but h* I n.,1 r,nd thna# tralta in h wo , n ),tr»« th*\ were Ihcr* Thi-lt >i I. f.-*k»d at in* quickti and said. \|,. r g t*. that manta dr«- rlhlng > on." \\ h® t yotj • I >l at thla If I did not kn<>« that t ..»i|d n-.t possibly ),* an. 1 would <ll x that man v« a a In lev* with my 'Hut I don't tvtn knf* him. Dick" ‘ I know tt and that 1a what riakaa it so fjiiaar Aural* thera ,-ann<- t£s txvo Margie Waverly a tn th* woi*Wf I ■ »|>a t. t l|r kt anawarad aoflt V aa I l>ant down to ktaa him in grail md* for th* awrat -nmp'inxtat that h* «a\* nia tn waving t w aa Ilka that im-morahla woman a" aaan thro fha • a , fa man tn lov*. "that ta raellv nix in av*r*g* tv pa a lift)* inor* inalytmal. a llttla mi.rt cone, lent lens than moat, that ia all 1 wlah t niiilil tall you in detail of alt th* woman t have d**< rtbed was to ma," ...ntlnuad fha man* tat tar "lna|a M d of dlai ontant and nag ging I got from har only content and •nroiiragamant ( b*gan for tha first fitna In my Ufa. to live. Ml thru tha long goldan day* of Poles, Eager To Go To War, Are “Passing Up" Dan Cupid Ma 11 Mgr License Clerk Joseph !’ilar«ki said. Saturday, that leaa thAtt lwo per tenlof-Lht r<4ww-4t* l». tioi* who have been naturalited have appl'ed for marriage licenses a»nt e war was declared ' Meat of the Pole* now obtaining licenser are * ~f "• I knfierer Was Obliged so -e* Ills hrlgk hors. I.lfflr find Hl*, t'.nlop Ing Tkos* huts. nam*« h* could think <<f He said tha* they ha*l n<* tights ,rt th**,-.* nuts, but Hist th* » till ttelonged l*. hilt *• cause h* had been keeping wm-h ovir th.*#* beech nuts *v*t in* * th* nuts h**l tieg'in to f.'rrn This **f fiurf, v\-ssi n<>naense. but whst c..uld you expect front nnv on* I k« ' list terer - * quit re|a<«m* sehliint hnve much s*n-c, anyway. Not **n|v dtd ‘"batterer <-,,.]() t.ut hs would trv tn drive ft* ~fh*re »»nv. A« hll._ with th** exception «>f U’lltt efi.nt the \\#>«>f| klotl.ee IV <*r* bigger then I* if emirs#- he didn't vi* erd M-'at of them paid n * «t tentlon t<> him. w tiercst 1 * v'vo ild ■ old harder than *v*t Ttie tils on*, w h.. did notice him w ere h;» nt: in Happv .tack SqutrieJ. and .lay. both of whom foolishly answered him ua* k. In fact the v w.uild atop hunting nuts to uunrral with him. which was lu*t what * bat terer wanted Hut The others ke|*t right on hunting nuts, ust a« if *"hstterer didn't even exist snd h* kept right on scolding it* quite f..t got what he had com* there for Ha was e n'ag'sh about fh**s* n>its that h# actually whs ( heating himself He wa* sc h<isv trvtng to prevent others getting any that he himself wa« get tin* non** Next «tory t'hatterei del* a .-haktng th* »arlv fa'l wa »*r* much together tt wa* a to; to ma to h»ar har talk, Aha ua*d to ,*a\ to ma oft*n '1 w-on* I*r that j nil la» m* hahhl* on Soma tim*v t would think you w-ar. n f o »n listening ts it were n*t for that won -tarful «rn 1 1 a on your lip* It’ xou know, hoy, that moat, of tha good *hmg* in Ufa that ha ■ * t-oma f.. xon have rom* at th» -all .»r that *mil»* It tia* th» irraaiatlhta <.f tha roa* f.,r tha haa and alt tha «h'la an inarmtable aa.-rattvanaaa ulrk* ha. htnd It that tnakaa on* 'x»nt to gi\a anything in retiarn for tt* .<>n fldar.re* ’ "’I tova to h*ar y«>u talk.' I an *w a*«d f *a*m to ha living again tha loaf youth that Ml na> *r inlna Baalda* v.iii xraka in m* forgottap amhittona Ton mak» m* think f --an atilt do wha* I with wth my Itf* You taka ma rut of tha lathergx Into which J havn fatl»n Why. do you know. <laar haart. ttiat had I known you inonar. thara t« nothing you and I c..uld not hav* don* with thia old w orld * "• | waa r a Mad »*B' to th» t.laca wharr I had rnoat of m> aarlv troii hla * and while thara l eVna to a attddet *ha ! we* t h<* ttae of ’h. atinggla ' Thara muat Re aotna plara where *»ha and I rould live on with tha a*tma oontantmanf that I alwaya fait with hat "Whan I got hark to har I told h»r tha courtuetnn to ahiili 1 ha«i coma etempt from the draft on acmuint of being aliens," PMaraki rleclared Ttre naniraTtyerT ntre* are tn»nt fnr thia nP*r. and do not manifest any desire to encumher themaelvee with dependents before entering the con fllcC DETROIT TIMES By -Alhnan. 1 went ail <*'.er the hou*ie of try vo ith out th>r* I ari. reviewed ng.'un »h** hard vsar* tha* took *ll th* r* man e and love out <*f rev* mir r *d life and I tell you, Ofir. 1 n»v*r ! f*lt so so*ry sot anyone as I did for myself m I w ent hg* W over thoae years that "had been wasted a* far as real living was concerned •* l have lived for other people all m* lif** an«l tew dear. T am going to live for myself. Far off near the equator, lies the <ayital of Ecuador Ts is sa.l to he delightful. h’om* with ni* out there T r or all you love luxurv ord beautiful things T know • otj <-an It* » simply if you have some on* near w h*» loves yoy Tome, sweetheart, let us tall all th* world to go hang and you and 1 will live th* r*at of our lives Juat for mu selves and each other * 1 shall never forget the look that came lato her d*ar eyes It was as if for one moment she vae hugging th* dream to her heart We were in a Mg ! garish restaurant. The orchestra . was pl.tyma *>n* of those plaintive : Hawaiian melodies In which priml i ti.4_o. rn.i-s.j- ♦o.|v..dt*-d the tndeecrth able yearning for the unattainable and the n>y*r ending heart-break tha* follows th* last hope "'Ho v *>u mean that If T would c t W * h you. W( lid give *1 p the life • ojJ.a' r known up to thi* time an*' go «vi iv from the many friends who l*>v *• y oil * she asked. ftladly.' I answered. "\gain that look tn her eves her ' and Dot nut across the table and , rlAspe.l mm* And you will gn? 1 | asked tremulously Vo. 1 she said I' t a moment everything went , h|afk. and then I heard h**r sj eak* j ing 10 | \ tvi»9 i> m)<s y<y* ii WivSi r / f V \ iiljrtll J-'P&r ■ VMfll l rs s-w i I r *f Junior Partner Brown wanfe an increase of sklar* because hi* wife ha* had twins. Senior Partner Rgiiuce it ho »on t dare chuck hi* job no** What Puriied Him. O Mr Kaaterlv—The hanging sir dena of Habylon must have been a wonderful sight. Woolslev West—Teg; I’ve heard of 'em And I’ve often wondered Wh> they provided such elaborate acr-ommodaiion* for lynching par lie*. HE HAS IRON IN HIS BLOOD That 1* why he is such a gTeat win ner. accomplishes so much, why hs overcome* obstacles and know* no such thing as failure Iron in the successful formula for Peptiron. which also include* pep sin. nm. celery and other tonics, sedative* and rttgestivg*. help* to give strength, color and body to the blood, redden* pale cheeks, steadies 'the nerve*, nourishes and gives stamina to the whole body Peptiron is in pill form, chocolate coated, pleasant to take, easily as similated the most successful com bin allot! oF Iron that It* makers. C. I. Hood Cos . Lowell, Mass , know of. It la the medicine fnr you It will put Iron into your blood Adv. AS K FOR and GIT Horlick’s The Original Malted Milk SuhatitutM Cost YOU Somo Prtc* I’rt nf In a—Ska stale west klstf—*ke» la right—Tlaae* j*k Daft.—k»l» DETROIT MAYSECURE WAR ORDER labeal Concerns Asked To Hid On $19,000,000 Contract Addition*] war order- aggregating ) | b,( on,into will h* plated with la* fruit concern* if their 'Old* are sat isfactory The industrial secretary of the Hoard <«f Commerce hac re ceived inquiries for -eyeral million stamping* and i c tr> ing to get m t*vi«*h w: t h member a of the hoard who want work of this kind Blue prints are on fll<» aiib the aerte tar The government, it is an noun* *d. w lIT a-slst in securing the -feel and copper required. iNe'roit manufarturera in a posi tion to manufacture trench warfare materials, particularly hand mud rifle- grenade-, fuses, aeroplane and trench mortar bombs, are also asked to communicate with the in du-tn.tl secretary. Hid* on all this material must be n Washington within a few days ' Cv* .? ? - ' e.S* A*C VS Htlikins "Jones mopped at mv place last night and constantly talk *d 'n his sleep Wilkins Formed ihe habit at home If- the onlv chance he get.- to talk there " CASTORIA For Infants and Children jin Use For Over 30 Years % yS • hiR , h-g:rad« office employment in the day or evening: classes of las 199 Cata >.vg. f D«tr«lt LarfMt. Beal Equipped Buslneaa School In Michigan Phone Main 6534 for Catalog. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 1 F Rect*mii»f* — R*cvp*rmtifi Spend a few davs at Chal fr.nte th* hotel of hospi tality and homell.t* charm. American plan Golf and yacht privileges Make 1 reservations now THE LEEDS COMFAHY For Buffale and points asst, daily * Cm Fare |4 For t’lev eland. Pitta urgh and point* south, daily 10:4b p. m rsntral time,» Stenmers legr* foot of Third-ava •'it' 'Ticket erfftre. 151 ilriiw Id *t Phone fher.ry *4*< A Great Book By America'a Gceateat Novelist, Wmaton Churchill The Dwelling Place of Light Amtri'i d> namte. rhang mg. dt’erse. with new- Igw* and old deslr»e >s th» •«* vtrenmsnt In whlrh lans* strong-chars-tered 1n» im pulatve yet thoughtful. !• set Ahoit her la th* crowded many-t'.ngu*d cit> th* n*.- er-«ea.*mg factories then*** 'veman- --opportußltlee. Ooea Janet from th* ten*. m«-wt-h*»m» t.. tl»e fact l . Us office, into the social etup tlen railed an industrial strike and later to th* country village quiet where she find* comfort »n.l t<>> t’eniplet* in book f- rtn, »t.dO- at Macauley’s Book Store 7* Library Avenue 17 W sik|*|i*s Waatevard. R**li ftwltdlng Language PrQves No Bar To This Real War Romance Os Donald and Suzanne n\ j w . vraLEB. Staff t'i.rrftputtamt t utted Preti AM EHI< AV FIELD MEAIKJIAK TEKF, f’HANTF, Sep’ 20. (fly M»il ) Suranne loves Donald I» i* I m Suzanne's little composi J Inn book, Ilk* this "My I>ove iJonalU, yes much " Bu s 1* « flfty-flftr, because on the nett line is written m regular Amer ican ccrlpf; “Te itmrr Suzanne heau<*oup l*r>n*ld* Fr**pch tan t env better ♦han Surnnne'* English, but ii mmin that bta manly heart ha* teen doing .* little fluttering too They met one afternoon teeentl> when Ttonald came thundering along In a Kg army truck. 'I he motor rave an eiplring snort and died right out aide Suzanne's house the little white cottage with the red roof and growing m pot* on the window mile and pigs and chiek en* rhurnliMe-front >ard in search of chow Donald climbed down shoved his goggles up to hU foroheud and he gan experimenting with all the thing a majigs on the thing liai tng no luck, he sat down on the nearest dooratep to wail for the next truck to come along and tow him in That was flwxanne’s doorstep, under ♦he enve* of the red tiled roof •'Bon Jour American," said Su ranne, looking out thru the flower* on the window mil. Well, Suaanne came and sat be aide him and Donald pulled out hi* pocke* edition combination French snd English dictionary to help the (onrersattoii along She fetched a ■ , *A/fe. A fas/ s£<394/1/^/• /Aar 399 America Among smart people the Sedan is, by all odds, the most popular type of enclosed motor car. It makes an instant appeal to both the city and suburban dweller because of its many practical advantages. It is, in fact, two cars in one—a snugly, comfortable vc* hide for cold weather and a splendid touring car for spring, summer and fall. The sliding window's arc responsible for this magic. Asa type, the Sedan is unquestionably the most sensible car that you can buy. But don’t stop there. Go just one step further and buy the handsomest of all Sedans—the Paige model. You will know what we mean when you make compare sens You will then realize that are many Sedans, but only one Paige. The Sedan "Six - 55" 7-pa* * enger, $2850 Esmti -Su 55' 7 Car "Sia*»s 7-paMfnger Litnoo* r* “Six *5“ 7 pai-soffr Vin “Six 15’ Bronklarvia 4 paa.»engcr ii7ot Lirmood “ c ij; f-pawnger Si 35c Glendale "Six-jC Chummy Roadicrr St\>o, Dart ns or f “Six j<;“ 2 or } pa.v«enger St Ail Prces Cab. Detroit PAIGE PETR Os T M 11* ( mj (>Afl’Avy DFIRQII MICH! W etmore-Quinn 279-281 Jrffieraon A»« , Detroit, Mich. C»p*m rrrnlng* and Snndaya BUILD J| note I; iik and thev talked with a pencil, looking up the word* on* , hv on* * . Arrival of another truck with a tow line, broke up the lesson Hut l>onaid walked down that evening trom hiA billet in the next village And he ha* been calling at rtrn chance since then Suranne say* they will be mar ried when the war i» over —It is writ ten in the village church 'I hep Donald will take her with him back to America in New York v here hi* parents live in a big 1 house And ItonsSd is not the only Amer lean Samnrr to fall in love over here l*»zenr of Sammies *>e learning I l'ren< h and doxena of pr» tty village ' girl* are acquiring English Fluent j conversation l* *MII to he attained Arthur J Balfour, the Bntiah for cign minister, who was a recent vts ttor 1 1 the T'nlt.*d States ja in the habit of getting thru a large amount rs hi> corresponden e every day dur ing meals, dictating letters to his *•♦»< retar. between the coui*-r*. The Berlitz School of Languages I*7V Hrunrbr« In IWiri l.endlnt t Iflr* English, French. Spanish, German, Italian. Etc. st rKmon satiaf. tf.a<i«kh« Trie*** and class lesson* at School or fle*tden> e, Du 1 # And C'enlnga. if* teach on!) languages, hut we teach them well. 406 DAVID WHITNEY BLDG. Cherry 2874-J BUILDERS' AND TRADERS' PERMANENT BUILDING EXPOSITION EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING L'Nf A frr» exhibition of orer one hundred display* of huiidtp* ntr ■ < •’**orH k *. *<jHipmeni. tt<“ r ondiictrd for tbr hrnrflt of hr public, remountratora in aMendaner FOURTH FLOOR PENOBSCOT BLDG CHERRY 5040 SoTJ’frT’A'/M Tiff i >t ipgSsti^-nf J. Brook* Nichols, adjutant of thw Three Hundred am! Thlrtv ninth regiment, known a* Detroit’s own, at Tamp Custer, ha* written t* Postmaster Nagel, anklng that be int« re*t the public in donating *ome instrument* for the regiment's band. The band has a good start, hut If »* still "*hy" about l( instrumental* t apt Nirhol* believes some public spirited and patriotic Detroit men might have hand instrument* which they »ill donate The instruments needed fsi gt* from flute* to has* horns Postmaster Nagel ha* a com plete iist o( them lo* votes Inda* on the question o« constitutions! p-ohlbitlon Headaches come mostly from disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. Regulate these organs and keep free from headaches by using BEECHAM’S PILLS Ur|«| Sale »f Amy Mwkiciae ie tka WerUL S«M everywhere. la Aoiu, 10c.. 21c. PAGE 3