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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER *, 1917.
LAYS PLANS FOR EXTRA WAR WORK Sunday-School Associa* (ion Will Aid the Soldiers “For what i* rust* to kill one man nn ih*‘ Kuropoan haft U , tl*l*l, th** Michi*an Stair SunOav Return) assn elation could bn support* <1 for flvr years,*’was nn* 1 of th*' striking »*»ht lurntH of I’rof F. S (loudrich, of Al liion, ‘•rrrrtnr> ol the association, in his annual report to the delegates a■ -• 111 1>l« I In Arcadia. Wednesday morning Mr Goodrich is for » lift.- 000 budget this >«*ar Hi« recom mendation* Include an effl* lency congress in every county, a cam- I linn to increase the membership of Bible classes, and the putting into *Tf* < t of adequate plana whereby •In a- oclatlon will do Its part in the religious work of the war These war plans have already been out lined and the detail* will be mailed tu i'u iy Sunday school superinten dent In the state within the next few dn>s The object *of t hi*- work will 1m twofold to help the boys who are already in the service, and particularly those at Camp (Ulster, and to prepare those who will he called later \nother in'eresting point in Sec refary Goodrich's reports was that the Attendance in tue Sunday schools of the state last Sunday, which was set apart as Go to Sun day S hool Sunday, was In excess of 750,000. Fully 2 000 delegate* and visitors were present at the morning sc“ sion In Arcadia, presided over by P. K Warren, of Three Oak«. chair man of the executive committee Over 1 *.OO delegates had registered up to 10 o'clock, and It was expect ed that the registration would reach at least l,snn before night F K Mohr, of New Buffalo, treas iiFer of 'he reported to 'a! rer.-ipts of $7,*21 4?, and dis bursement* of 17,761 17, leaving a balance of ff.o 26 t'niaid pledget total fl/.M fiO Marion I aw ranee, of Chicago, sec re»ar\ if *be International Sunday School association, in another of his heart-to-heart talks, emphasized the import./nee of having good leathers in ’hr* Sunday school* “The mi c.'ss of the Sunday school depends largely on the teacher*.*' he -aid There are plen'y of college or high school graduate* in the church* * who don't even attend Sundav school now. hut who could he enlist* and a* teachers if thev were properly approached \ person in any church who <an wont and won t work is no bet*or than a dead man, and takes up a lot more room " The Rev. W. D. Schermerhorn. president of the Rotith Psko’a Wes leyan university, delivered the third of hu -cries of Bible me**ag*-< on “Th* teaching of .Jesus" to Open the morning program Hi* subject wa* “Th* Ilf*- with God" ' A feature of the afternoon pro gram in Vrcadi* will he a talk by Prof < O Hoyt, of the Ypailantl Normal school, on "The efTh i* n».\ of the teacher for hi-* task’* Confer ence* will he on in three churches •luring th** afternoon, the t'eniral MeThodlat. the Wnodwnrd ave Bap tist and ’he First Presbyterian Henry G*eriing*». of Holland, was reel*cfe*d president of the associa tion \V< <ln* dm morning The oth er officer* chos**n nr* Vim president* II S. Grty. Ben ton Harbor the Rev K I* Branch, lonia: f H Nisbet, Twining. F. (' Knight. Detroit; F B Br«v»k», K* cannba. and K S Tnvlor. Fickford Kxe< u'Be committee Phr***' year > Jam* P At a* n I stroll .1 \ Van Jfeulen. Grand Rapid Albert la* fluia, Zeeland. H R I’attcnglll, Bansing; H R Moore, St, I’ialr, and 17 K Horner, Katon Rapid*. Dr. S > Moore, of Cadillac, wa* fleeted to succeed the Rev. .1. M Gh-jo-oii of Moyne City, on the eXe< utlve roinnii'tee. Mr Gleason having removed from th* state The onccrt in Arcadia Tuesday night, under the direction of Hr. Georg*- 11 Ban, proved a great draw Ing card The hall was crowded with delegate-* and ih*ir friend* and the program offered w; i•* one of ex cep tional «*:»'■. t< Muring th** chorus of I,omm in'itig women from Detroit church* •* The merrthers of the chorus pre -•n'«d I»r I.an with ;* h/*g in appr • nation ol his effort: Ml--* Ida M Flick, cretary of th.- Wayne Uoufi t; Slind.. School is.six'lation lor :<»• ':*! \*-.*r-- past, who retire* this w*- k to become acting religious work -erretary of the Y \\ ( A. wa*- th** recipient of i leather brief i ;e-e S. ,| Meyers, director of re lii iou- education In Westminster Fresh* t* ri»n church, mad** both pre i **ntation *. IT’S AWFUL TO MARRY A “HUN” BON DON, Nov 7 "Don't marry German*'” wa* tin i*>\t of a r*•«*•»• * ntmun by nn Knglish rector 'lt th* (mu'* it would a di* giac* loom womankind to Increase the population of such n country ns G< t piany. to lavish th«*ir affection mi offspring who. almost Imm birth, would l>, taught to hate Fnglnnd," tt *• said. ' For m Kngllshmnn ♦*» marry a Him would h-* to import a spy Into Hu land and f* i ;*n Knglishwoman to marry i Hun Is somethin; so awful Hint I hardly Ilk*' so content plat* u* h i thing u prpsibl* " WftTT BtfCl ATJTS TP# SABINA, K:m , Nov i. Starving inyot* •» that nip at lire* of passing ’ars are th** latent menace to motor ing iti western Kansn*, according to K B Pettit, a fatnier of Brookville, who brought to Sallnn the carcass of i larg * w >|f th* other «)a> to eon Trm hi* story. This particular mil r.nl, according lo .Mr. J*»»it, ru.dmd il hi* i-nr .itid hit viciously into th* •ear lire, but was auffoea’ed hv the •stalling air. Outbursts of Everett True. 1 A(=TCLf? YOU RBGAI N Y(XJ*i I QO TT) THf W/*SH ROOM . 1 , " 1 1 1 L tMPTY OUT TMt 1 .Dirty Suds you ctPrj ■■i A young woman remarked to m* fo*ia\ th.it if I would write a book on "How To Be Beautiful" she kp* w every woman wants to be beautiful every woman wants to h< fcautiful —A- naugh» v lit»|«. girT 4- sonou nm-t* told "Pretty is as pretty does." But the naughty little girl isn’t always told that th** pretfine#* of her ;ic tions and her face rorne from the thoughts In her little mind So with he.- mamma -pretty I* pretty thinks. No woman ran afford to pooh pooh this advice, for back oi it is profound physiological law. by which thought is known to impress itself nn the tinv far** muscles, ex trembly rerponsive to every emotion Therefore tn a woman’s face w»* can fairly rend the quality of her thoughts When I see :i beautiful woman i cm convinced she must have a men *nl foundation of calm. w< t*t ihink ing Wh« n we say of her “How lovely’ ’ | am sure w•* describe her thoughts as well a« her face. An 1 sometimes a beautiful face seems a tragedv, with t»* creeping sum* of loner ugliness which annot he eon Ceiled Bike Wise the plainest wo man, beaming forth love and sweet ness, is a pleasure to look at. Sudden fear make* Its passing Im press on the face Fear, in all th* various fonnH civilization has thrust upon us, if held in the mind, as rurely make* a permanent mark on the counfrnnnre Worry Is a form of fear Subtly as a s< tp*-nt it creeps into the beau ty of a fair face or make* a homely one th« more homely Any physiol rctst will fell you that sagging mu* rles, wrinklv skin, and downward Every Day t ntil Saturday Crystal Electric Washing Machines Are Being Demonstrated —ON THE— Hotel Tuller Roof Garden In Connection With the Detroit Times Cooking School These best of all Washing Machines are sold by all dealers all over town and sold on easy terms. How To Be Beautiful. running lines follow in the wake of worry. Sine* I am not prepared to write my hook on how to he beautiful, I cannot tell the beauty remedy for (his **g notl itfu* and fiabWfHMMe Du 4 I know Hiat worry and other forma of fear can be eliminated from the Inman mind Sometimes it take* a superhuman * fTort, but it. can be f, one. But when I do write my beauty book I shall begin it about Ilk** this "!7v. r\ woman can be beautiful bo e-iiis* i h** can think beautifully and eliminate worry, fear, hate. Jealousy, • ■t;vy, and malice from her thought*. Tin* greatest facial beautifer is the mind in Ps effect on muscle, skin, outline, color,'and expression The mind can so lighten the countenance that one forg. ts the plainness “When you feel that your face is all tir*d out’ from the fret of the dtv. tell a jcke or say a prayer or Hen Lays Egg Eight Inch** Long BOS ANGBBKS. Nov 6 Mrs. 1 A Kelby. of Venice. 1* displaying ar. egg that weighs three and one-hnlf ounce*, is eight inche* in length ami measur*** six inches in eircumfer en«e Tt. was laid by a Rhode Isl and red and the same lien has laid many eggs larger than th*- ordinary one*, hut the limit In thought to have been reached in this last one Children Cry FOR FLETCHER S PASTOR I A - By Condo. DETROIT TIMES I r * A Feminist Situation. ;Li 1» < —, , . —•- * -- - r* ’ \\ r |. ft Gist pair of cooing in .i verv lisppy niond,” sal*l t»i< k *** I was k* 11 me out th** letter «• f th*- "wnnian nutatrl**'* prepuratoiv to r* miming tit** reading after a dellcin is breakfast s**rv«*tl in our drawing room, * "V*-*," f said. ”1 suppose >*hi ale wondering how long that happln*•■*• le going to last, nr'*n't you”*" “I certainly sin. answer***! r>h-k "I <-ould n.t t, si at th* impulse i toiirh his hand even In that crowd'd lastsuranl, <<>ntlnued ii»<* letter, “and I r*a*he<| a*roas tin* taM* »<• have my hrind quh-kiv clasped in his. You will go* h<- whispered t«-n****ly ** ‘No,’ I answer* and "lie dropped my hand suddenly h th*» i( hurl him •’•Wall,’ I * Aid, ’lei me expla'n ttere Is an Interesting femlninist sit uation. d**ar heart. T>o y • •»i realise that ts I should a** away with you it would hurt you mote than il would me 1 "He looked Incredulous and I con tinued. T'on't v***U know, dear, tha* I am al*>ne m the world? M> frier I* --1 have onl> a few ho* all the ni>>r< radonl feminists and (•••Hove in tl * of Hie individual whether lhat individual is a man or a woinun. ‘ 'Ymi, ss tlie editor of a Mu maga zine. are particularl> hemmed in and surrounded h> th* speech of people Jn other word* I can \*rit**' stori*-- without anything l eini? asked ab<>*it my personal life. for. from the 11ni»» of Sappho, man lia.i proclaimed tliat Arr has r" r-mral *’ ‘Hut l our s. ts and opinions would he brot into on* -tlon a« s*)On as it was known that you had don*- such *< • hocking thing a** to elope withs woman and legie vou* wife behind You could never come back to this country Yon have, my dear man, a very conventional father and mothet whose hearts would he broken at your awful end "‘I am two years older than you oh. don t smile, two vears would mean a great d«al if you were fio and I 62 Pestdex alt this dear boy, you BREAKFAST ! Ah! NE'RO-MA COFFEE That’s what hubby, father or brother will say once you try this wonderfully dif ferent coffee. NE-RO-MA adds zest to the morning meal—it helps to start the day rij?ht for *ll the men folks of your household. MMACOFFEE If you have never jriven NE-RO-MA a B trial, why not do so now—today? Its I purity, wholesomeness, flavor and aroma H j will appeal to you immediately. B And NE-RO-MA is always the same— H always uniform—always fresh because of 6 its hermetically scaled package. Try It! B Pleasant Valley Teas are hiph grade. All varieties are imported 8 direct from the Orient and sold by the & leading merchants. Price, ■ 50. 00 and 80 cents |>er H Can h» pnrrl a**'i t a#T igii* giad*- gr«>c»r\ *t >-**x / w f** c °f fee love yolir friends too will to « 1 1 of tlwir In?.* and to \ • -••• t • :t. uvnln. I'll* only < ii' ■ n * it if fn.< ;i •■ I e*. h |>n *|e imild hi< ' ii #• w..uld be that I would ■ \"| ,'t. A tni.r* «ii<l diftsati-dt.d in I ti - '* ill* til I** **• r <i* r< n • i « *i>■ i ii* t.» turf nuii. from 11 .nil huh >n 'in lif*Pt'in» "* i’in*l ‘l* -[..in " 'l’.ut. il<m . <l* a i *• \I rn v*i t bid\ Miiii th«i lovable ii. *,, you‘don't un derstand Nothing in it..- w *rI»1 i lit* non unvtliinK to la* t*ut \ "ii. No on*- mourn* n-t t*. i . hut you, nnd rear i.- tin thtnir t . i n\. in.n<* limn Oil rim | uit.li | jlij . |. |>i in In you how \uii hff -t in* No nintier ' how ti:**it 1 till tn*w raw ar*- ml' fin. , hil nu'ii i to 1..- i,.Milo* you n ion if* * mil* ni "'f di ti t thin.. *im |..i- nat**ly in love with you. dem I onl> know that vi• 11 at* 111> ..ii;. r rt»*lf nn«l that I ninifii I»v»• without you and ho at with rr.>i**lf and the w rid “You 1., in*: .i woman. Mm MarKl*'. kn w tl it I loved him with m\ whole heart If did not mak* ti i*h dHTer ' *'in'i' t m* til*. > it mv-. ls ts I rould •ni' ti ;i I*• 1, lot hfipitv . I t h*'*t "No, •]*-.<i Mr* Muikl*'. *h»* rlKht nnd wiotiM of it did n*d bother nil I »vn-< only troubled with the thot of what would make a nil k**M* him hap- I'Utt :ti the Vs «l« to li'int*. “I look* and up to **e a ii out h**seeeh* Ins: <‘\ *. • *>• in the dear blue «'vt>.« and th* n I **;i«il. 'l'i’oliah hoy. have your own wa *. lit >att...i aya nto ink*' my hand. •Wad. I ft id ‘•'lf • ih*- end if six months von feel |l -I 111.' toward ass I«I ii .w | e* \ I •i id th) - Mr \tiir S . | f.dt a u'lalm ni my "ul that almost «irkened tin “ Patriot him” i- to bo the dont inant theme of the annual con von lion of the Nebraska State Tenth era’ association, which beyins its sessions today in Omaha. Triplett Born on a Tram UKW'KIi, Colo., Nov. •> Mr». .1. < \tktn«on. of became th* mother of triplets hhoard a west bound Hoik Island train e.iily th** other da\. Two of'th. children wort* boin in Kansu's iml th.* third at Peeonie siding, just across the Colorado 1 iii**. Moth, i and children arc well and now arc at Colorado Springs. Finds Mastodon Teeth AUK VN’SAS CITY. \rk.. Nov, 6 James Dennis. oi neui thi.-> mv. while '-mployed in dredaing (travel tuuu a .-and pit the mh.r day. du covered the tooth of a mastodon This makes th• • second find of the •on th tt Mr. itennis ha - made in the Arkarsas riv< : bed in this lo cality. *nd leads to the heller that one of these huge pr»-hi totic ani mals must ha \ e dted somewhere in the vicinity dr. I tennis has the two te dh op view at his home and they have been ecu d\ throng.' of curious persons Mrs. Chase Says: All Cook Books CsSw Agree on One P0int........... MRS. FLORENCE AUSTIN CHASE They CLTQ UtlCLTliniOllS CLTId CHipHotiC that tor BLS'I results in Bread or Pastry it is necessary to Use a Special Flour for Bread JL and a Special JSL Flour for m&M&ojti To attempt to bake both ~ bread and pastry from the W j/ \...J same sack of flour is like try- V 7; ing to make a darning needle “do” for both diming and fancy work! -"y-<• Henkel’s “Bread Flour” is Best Henkel’s “Velvet Pastry” Flour for Bread is Best for Pastry because it is made of the very because it is made of the choic choicest parts of the best Hard est parts of the best soft Win- Spring* Wheat and contains ter Wheat and is of exactly the more glutenous, muscle-build- right color and consistency spe ing properties than soft Winter cified in all cook books by ex- Wheat! peit bakers 1 £s £5 Made in Detroit by the Commercial Milling Company for over half a Century! BTo the Women of Detroit— • BE PATRIOTIC!! 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