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HINTS OF SUMMER ON A WINTER’S DAY ~: A ' jj vtar ■ v Is j. a (42 T.wtk. H r '' i* j BV BETTY BROWN. One glance at thl* aumrogry cc? tame of white Carrie the thought* t «;h* ail' to the time of rose*. The garden hat in covered with crochet Fashions for Americans M \Vhat shall I do with my last win ter huO to make it smart enough to pass mueter for the first half of win ter. anyway?" is a common query these days. If the suit is a plain tailored model the problem can be quickly solved b' the use of proper acre*. eorie*. While collarlenn blouses insistent Ijr hold first place in popular favor. be«au*e they arc so comfortable and so becoming when worn indoors, a high collar effect Is smartest on the street Neckwear manufar'uren* have de«igned such a variety of Mocks, vests, etc., that every woman should be able to find herself well supplied with these accessories. The in** nious woman can take a few pieces of lace, satin, linen, batiste, or other suitable fabric and make her own vests and stock* at trifling cost, while her less fortunate sister may find what suits 'her style and purse in any up-to-da'e shop. The ve>«t and stock shown in the rketch may be modified by cutting ilip flaring section of the collar low «r than that shown, or this may be ♦dlminvted entirely, and a high stock or rhoior collar be used. Certainly the design shown would be smart for a woman with a slender tbroa* end small, vouthful face, whereas a woman with a short, fat neck would be likely to find it both uncomforta Me and unbecoming. Whits satin or broadcloth, pique, linen, or batiste may be used for this v cat-collar affair, with wide frill of sheer lace finishing it. Huttons and button holes fasten it high »* Ybe throat, and a little elastic band holds it shout the waist so thM all is shipshape For moderately cool riay.v. a last* season suit if well brushed am’ pressed, and freshened with a vest such hk the one shown, would re- Modish Vost srtd Stock Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA work, the blouse of filmy rr*»p,* is enriched with flic*. and ’he skir' of white tussah silk is stenciled in brilliant flow-r* which defy ■* int*T »ind> wjth summer cheer. quire only a simple fur - arf to make it *1! that could be desired War Mme economy ir dr**« do* 1 * not mean that women should go ! shabbily attired »hus casting a spir it of gloom about them. It ni-ane. rather cloth.es tion. taking care of the clothes one has, buying wisely and «en*ibly such j things as are needed, and us ng each | garnien* t> • • best p<v r -». ■ar j tage. I A g'wd war-*!me r»-’:pe jor good j dressing ruigh' be ''Minimum expen ditur» on cloth's and maximum care of them once they are bough* Trained For Ranching. | florist —How are the narcissus bulbs you bo’igh* fc r T*- comm* on* i Poe-—Finely, dear hoy. fir.e;>' 1 am really **coimaged *o buy a farm next summer--it 1* all so simple’ Lad ei' Try it. Fsv V • MW rot thm n the city. Win»- diet ing? Farmer Hrown—-No, he claim* he got thin trying to squeeze Into the seats in the dairy lunchroom.-v Four hundred de;eirate* * n route to the convention of the AtlantV* f>eeper W > - *< i* in a’ Miami. Fla . are to be enr*rtained today in Savannah AN K$ GIVING ; ¥ W*wWb&omiis m Plentiful HAKE A FEASi FOB Eyes m v Decorate Your Family Table Let Your Florist Be Your Thanksgiving Chef The Florists of Detroit are all planning Special Thanksgiving Displays Let us all help to make Thanksgiving day a day of deep significance There is no way to express sentiment as well as thin flowers Send Flowers to the lonesome mother who has sent her boy away to tight for us Rut don’t forget those close at hand. I/*t them know they have loving friends. Surely friendship i? a gift to be vastly thankful for i Out-of-Town Service Guaranteed Everywhere Thru Florists’ Telegraph Delivery Association The Girl’s Job i5 v JeMt* Roberts. J> F lOgetting. • Ther*- ought to be a law again-*! Hear in people .hat makes them j:« their foot or drew with their fingers or hum or whistle under their breath. *nd there ought to be a se- I '* r ; , ' n *" T for '"7’ , who l ’ r '* k | it. like imprisonment for life or boil-1 in*: ir. oil, * v> ha* «he -aid when she Joined me v the cafeteria, and , we took our places n th* long line.) trays in hand. Once seated, with ojir w **atlet>* and meatless meal before us. for we j are -*ancb Hooverltes, and It was j Tuesday «he continued' At the desk beside me there is a | g -I who keeps drumming out one | steps and marches everlasting y till ' j* *-*•*. m- ’o me !‘li go crazy. When | lof* x H t it witli t*r ?.nI for -h» ha* do her work with i those, -he doe- t wuh her feet. I ! hsv- * majoned up the courar* to j a«k he- *o *-top now to nd then but it C'V«*»n t !o any good; she's a’ It 1 again before the echo of my words ha died I guess I'm nervous.’ she *a • - sweetly, ar. 1 she lets it go a* j i cave my friend my sympathy f- r 'here is not a more annoying \ affi Mon than *hat of being "pes ! by one of these nervous peo- j pie. who have not the paUence and j *h- self-control to break thenaiielves of a habit that gives distress to ev* ry one within hearing or even wohiu -ight of *b*-m i °r v u can break yonrsei' h*se fdgettings. if you ohi-v*v-*= *o ’•vke the trouble If • rea.-ly »v* made a misdemeanor, and you vk>- HAbie to b* fined, you’d bres :* quick It would ;-»s*onish you I nsagreeable as such a habit * to ’ho>e around you. it is dtatinctly bad for yourself, too. It d»r ■>*» s and it increases nerve tension. It wastes n*-r\e energy i* -v a slight but constant drain on your ;■» force. In addition to fl igetting yo*.i are probably tied up in a tight knot iri'ide You are helping wrinkles to aiake their home in your face. r.d you are tiring yourself mnscu larily as well as wasting energy. r*c>n » fdge* VVarch yo'ir** f. and ? ee whe*her you are doing so. Get your friends »o tell you if you are Pi your writ power to work, and whenever you find yourself fidget nr.g. stop the movements , v nd re lax It will take time to effect a complete cure, but you *an do it. unte*s there is 'Otnethir.g really wroar Adviser to Women One yo mg woman has made a fine profession for her»eif t- in ad viser of other women particularly of rich and idle women, w--o here so much time th*i’ they have none at s’! • s b.e describe* herself as a whole sale social secretary. Her plan is ? o get into touch with thoae women who ar* not rocsally S’jre of % them*elv es, but w. o sant to do the right thing in the right way; women who have f;!*nty o' money hu* don’t know how r,-» ,p#nd it. women who are pre*t* bn don t know where »r go for h* r g- *nv, women who want to rive par Mes anti don’t know how. !*he is now nirning an with several asaiatan’*, and to f his* offlrt come any women wi.o .van! help of a ,-ocial or dome-tic chnrao*er There is the -ocia! secretary d**partmen’ rrovid'ng a competent young w«.mac at n moment'! notice, by the h »ur day nr week There i*- 'he eduerr tional department, where the and Udv can cjust the rig l * covem*!*' or biitier or lady’s ma and 'T|.^ r ». | v the. enfentaintnent depaF men’, where vn i car have a dare, a dinner, a wedding a reception ■iard pa rT , amn’etir Theatricals o* whs.* m>t, nandlefl for you You car get correct information as to the en DETROIT TIMES Put Vour Pennies In tho “Half-Dollar” \ oil v hJV * * M •' j<Mk VQ? .. 4HR TsJ? ijj3<7%JHg| Here is a \eii to fire *h»' femi nine imagination —and cause a good many b* holders <>f th*- male (’♦•rs'ia -ion To stop, look and muse silent n»<* that it hws collected a ' >r* i »rr ti* » •> • . tiiv ?i*r itself such as "Leopard vail." "Pter rot v e;! ’ and ' Hultsevc veil" but he cau-* th* black chent ’!•* spots are the exa- ’ size Os SO-Cent piece* the irravina ot card* and invitations, and every d»*’ail of the part;. I- tak cn off -. i*-1r hard.- havo n T r \ vj. - -xrv adv .e e **:e Off- . ~ f Ts.-s <T* v*-,' W on;.ill jth« had pu*. -n an * T.-ien* - nd cmven lent basis a bureau where the wo ,n»it.i who doesn't km w Os ,; c * -n’* r • b* b- th* -• In ‘■* serif;u.< heals sick skins quickly Don't wv* f r t'*ne to V,e *' thwt rrip tion. 4 Oh it'* 'w * Am w, yon sav? Ptth.iri it * iivl f rh a * it won’t Maybe it w jc*.t r ste*d. And *:• -ft' -<*i * :n' o~* and ernbarrassme t :< . o-v ieven •%, l*n tit beuer to grt . and v.e tr. , } winner in the name content l# the ‘Half-Dollar veil'' The foundation %t- il ii* of hexa gon niej»h. rather fine Alt the veils of the season are strikmft even extraordinary in d*‘ -.gr w.; . ci.ent.l'- flowers amide «'.gn- wanderng in bold profusion m - *h»tr (3. .a*, bark-(round 1* is -af<* to -*> however, that the ji » '<3 ’t.ir vp'l will hold the record for startling eff'*** raid. >r an b- -av.-d from all truti b!e r i* a pUn that otl.er women who haw h.i 'he training >d >oclai *+c r» nr * ■> and are good h :*.ne-<s s uni p r> gVr follow with profit. >■ • . i*.-- f; rti • .*-v• ra’. *■*;< »r --to .-.-• ruble in Birmingham today ? tr a meeting of the Bankhead High way association by n*inc R edino! Ointment ;»■ and R etin. Soap’ i• • * rt ptfw rjbe ti * Rr» - r trratinr .• . •nstan , .<>'. s v• i ner<t • heiitatr t> u«r :• Ktunol .vrrM... j /•'/>< /< im. f f'slJHtts. K. • ifitiM I r -• «if NUitt 1"-N Re* uo< K* Mi Yw and «ry tE.r PHYSIC IAN IS TAKEN BY DEATH Funeral arrangement* lor in V! bed H ,-Meinbl * cbcr, who di*-d. Sun day, in his home. No. 15 Arden Park, have not b« on completed. Hr Stein breoher has been one of Detroit"* best-known phyalctans for 2** years lie succumbed to a heart attack Horn in Detroit M years ago, Mr Steinbrecher received his early *-du cation In the school* of this city He was giaduati and from the Petrol College of Medicine In lski. late r taking post graduate studies in N« w York colleges and abroad lie prac Deed medicine ttr St Ignace for 1" years before returning to Detroit. I»r Steubrecher was formerly a professor in the iwtrojt College nt Medicine, was a member of St Mary's hospital staff, Wwn* fount* and Michigan Medical societies, American Medical association and of the I>*rolt Hoard of Colunierc* Surviving him are his widow, .t daughter, Mrs. John Crant. *f In utanapoli*. ami one son. A. 11 Stein brecher, Jr. Experts at the Wisconsin Sta'e agricultural experiment station have built t machine for the absolutely uniform plauting that Is necessary for th*■ development of high grade gra.n seed The tubes in an English Inventor .- automobile radiator are spiral In st -nd of straight to afTord more radiating surface, and, because o( their resiliency, they are less liable to frac'ure Leginska Paderewski of women pianists In ail her concerts uses one make of Plano exclusively— the ,■ Steinway Piany I.fke all the other Rreate*t artists of the world, she finds it the one medium through which her musical genius may be truly and fully ex pressed. The foHowleg copy of a recent let ter tflla something of her high re gard for thia Incomparable Instru ment- pear Sirs Th*-re la little left to bn said In prai- nos rh** S'» inway Piano |t is Just »hw greatest of all Piano- May it IDs. a la-tlng joy to ar’ists, many a decade to come. Is the sin cere wish of one of its heartiest admirer* ETHEL LEGINSKA. Legin.ka P.ays at tha Arcilia Tan irroA Evening ( 2.»»00 r»*»«*rv*-cl orgM at and 50*. Other* II and $l5O I Tickets on Sale Here *Z7.%**„ | itlaMaKfiirOtMMnJl ANnm tVrt l-AV (Vlarvel O A N CT oNi !r.KAr»rv<; r ■ i r thttnacti«>m R EVA TANCUAY '•>, un.l K L:SES!£JL. t vernon castle r :;,r; t r : M*h«r liljMSf -T||- r JMJ ~~a~T V«!..lr*l||* 2iSO-N-OiXO Hong Kong Girls *** ■ • ANN MURDOCK r__«»th»r Or*»t Art* —7 *" "T** A«v»n(arf” ■majestic! woootvAxo .\r wii i E f>ntl> nf 2. T and ft p. aa. Mat*. 10 4 lUr tttHiii KHirr n in r CLARK BSauut jffiIADISON | irttrir *T»n lloi.iriAt him. r.Mtll I w H 4. M> fiTI.K Wet - ; n Hart SteSman •* r* - t HalaHf »f tpprartnr la n»t»Mfr" I Tli* Trail I’rr.nn | VrrilM , ‘ Tfnl "< rl *. IVJA-VI.TAr *- ■ VtUIYI Mat*. Vtrd-'nt. iIV-m»r Ltlra Mat. Thnrtdar iThankitltlnf 1 THOMAS E. SHEA .* COMMON CLAY A HI IF; A Mf«*W IF A HOOD rOfOW Nett—-*4 fmnd.for. Narking llaihand" AVENUE MERRY WIDOWS BURLESRU£RS vmMTMNQ ri ictim night TH ICK 114 tI.V. 4MOKH-r-Vr.il. CADILLAC 8 - GIRLS FROM JOYLAND U.IT H RKK— 4O MR MHIM Knf f'lewland I’llttbiirah and i.nlnla aoijta. dally II 46 f , 'in . On >ral tlma. Mearner* |*»»» f<nt of Third -|v», City T|e|ta» Offl, *, 111 r>rlrwf»ld a*r-»*. Pkona r*fc*rry Mil. MONI) AY . N O YEMIIRR 2ft , 19 17. 2,000 ORDNANCE MEN ARE WANTED; MECHANICS, TOO t’apt t)>«ar >1 Fogg and Cap!. Paul Henderson, of the Cnlted Siaie* army, will begin a recruiting campaign lu Detroit this week to secure '•killed workmen for service in Franco, tti the ordnance service At least 2,'kK) men are needed for the American ordnance ha*e depot to be estMDlt»h*‘d in France a* soon Ha possible Detiott also has been called on to furnish 1,320 mechanics for immediate sendee in France. They must be ready to leave bv l>ee. 1. The pay rang> s from sifi to fat per month. Lieut. l>on O. Ilrush, of the army recruiting ofheo. No. 22 Woodward ave., w ill receive applka t|OCS. Included in the list of trades nr* bakers, cooks, millwrights, sienog rapi*rs, blacksmiths, carpeot*rs twagonmakersL hattf-* and waddle repair* r*. luundrymcn. painters, auto r idiator repair m« n. expert aitiomo htlc mechanics, shoe repairer*, up holsters tauto body experts), wheel wrights oil engine operators, tailors, hat repairers, lumber scalers and sorters, aluminum and can; Iron w elders Italy Is probatdy the only emin’ry n Europe where there ha* not been a single strike of Importance since the commencement of the war It is also ft notable fact that dnrtng the same period not a single Dalian newspaper ha* been sel/ed or sits pended l 1 LU Beanstalk” Eantni 4 Calrla aa p% a aayi >•«•'*• JIUKV-M-Ti* j m "1 ****• Mte. **** •rat* l»wrr tl’r SAr. VAUGHAN GLASER CO. la EIGEN E W4l.Tr.nJl* t.rrat n*y “Just a Woman” •Nett Maadari WIM Kraa « anr llam. nrTßniT r *« | * k< •« *iia * m««* L/K. I nUI I w , and., Tknr., «at . 2.1 C Jane Cowl ■« w” Hi JAHK COWI. and 44NK MI NFIN N**t w**W. *>tla Sktnnar. RALPH HERZ E Emmet Deroy & Cos. Aeatketle naiarra) l)«n*ii«i. 4 tfawarti H*n»» l larlcan 4 Rail. In* 1 l.aaar 4 Oatrt Jaaa *alm». I'GAYETY ‘ B^ v j Hlfkar i.ra.i* l)ur..«|. the "nuUrt 4i;kh4- Indira Mata. Ida. Neat, Ifrlln Amrrlra R. C. MUELLER & SONS II HUM PI 4TRKMT MACHINISTS AND LOCKSMITHS £ *ya of all kind* mad a tud r* pair *4. 1 — ICONNOLLY AND POUND ASK (}UI(’K TRIAL OF SUIT Demanding an immediate trial oi the .4Uit hroiignt against Record* t William F. Connolly and \ttorne' fames H. Pound, friend of th*- court for f 250.001) by Robert Oakman president of the water btrtird, for al leged damage* relative to the re j (‘order's recent grand Jury present | in* nf. answers were filed Saturday i In the circuit court. Judge Dour dly’s declaration seD lup that the present no nt Is prlvi i leged and that the complaint atlll stand* In part the declaration raad> aa follow.* “Presentment was filed by Mild dn fendant In his Judicial capacity afore said with the clerk of the court sot the purpo**- and with the intent b> j th* -aid d< fend ant to atand a* » | complaint agamat the piamilfT upon, i which a warrant miiiht thereafter is su»* for* the tippr* h« nsion of the salt plaintiff for the *n!d presentment." I Mr Pound’s answer merely states that be ha- done nothing but that j which he wa*> bound to do In his offl dal capacity a.- Iri* nd of th*« court ASK FOR and GET Horlick’s The Original Malted Milk Subatitutes Cost YOU Sam* Prlc* a. * sfl ETHEL LEGINSKA Stninway Pianos can bp purchased in Michigan only at the House of (Jrinnell. A largo st<x*k of grands and uprights await Christ mas buyers. Other instrument- taken in ex chan ere. Grinnell Bros 1 wenty four Stores. Headquarters 243-215-217 WOODWARD WE. A ML HUMIC AT* r ADDIPU Pop. Mat. Mfrt UMfini Vl\ Vnt« «l <K* M|hU nnil 1 knnk^Kl l I*l Mu• Vk 1 to 97 Clifton Crawford In ih- Military MimW-al r'omrdy, HER SOLDIER BOV NEXT TVKKK “THE KNIKIT THANKSGIVING TOUR —TO— NKW YORK. OU) POINT COMFORT, WASHING TON, PHILADELPHIA Nov. 27—Dec. 3. Inclusive Price—sß9.oo APPLY TO AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL DEPARTMENT 284 Woodward Avt. Charry 4426 |nOST COMPLf TF f NCRAVIMGI ■•PLANT IN THE WLST I IjsPRUNKf] IkENGRAVINGSrJ A o o \ »o • / Y i\i IMAErOVrciTTE I I BUico>r<io I ■ DETROIT MICHIGAN I AU\ EKTISE IN THE TIMES! : in pays!