POLISH LAW ON STATUS
OF FOREIGNER IN LAND
Y. W. H. A. NOTES
will lead my steps to a land where Fourth Grotto Show Proves
Fourth of July:
?Jews may freely worship Him and
Spectacular. Races to Be
Fifty-four girls are being enter-
' each live according to the ways that '
504 Belmont. Fur-
Run July 4 and 5.
tained during the Fourth of Jdy
Ile would follow."
at the "Y" eanip.
It may well have been that her '
— - -
and "peppy" program
couple in a cozy fiat with couple. Polish parliamentary life the adminis-
i stened to this
H eavenl y Father l gir
The Shadukiam Grotto's annual
including a hike to the
l. For when
I pr ayer of a little
Port Huron. The
accepted the motion made by
been presented to the public in the -----
received a letter which turned him improvised arena on Davison boule- FOR SALE—Chicago Blvd. 2081. ish deputies, supported by the repre- rector of the Y. W. II. A. is
Southwest corner of Fourteenth St. sentatives of the other national minor- sorry that she was not able tie accom.
How he vard,
did leap and has this year been transferred
Beautiful 10-room home.
d sing for joy, this otherwise , • to the field and stadium of the Michi-
modate all the girls
diate sale necessary. Unusual op- the bill concerning the status of for- take advantage of this outing. How.
can State Fair Grounds, and in this
portunity to secure this splendid
ever, there will be plenty of other
"We are going to the Promised permanent
and spacious setting
Property at bargain price. T. W. Republic.
slang have low voices. As long as Land!" he cri e d. . " We are go ing to ,
week-ends which the girls may spend
go "Cleopatra," the name of the present
A GREAT SINGER
The bill as passed on the third read-
Clemente, 401 Dime Bank Bldg.
he was singing in Russia, he had more America! Now my children can
in the country.
my children be production, proves the most Preten-
ing by the administrative committee is
chance to sing heroic roles. But in to school! Now will
pageant which the
to the effect that those persons who
By Sol•mith Ish•Kishor.
New York and in Chicago
they ar e able to learn the things that will make , tious and perfect
ever given. Te action
modern room for
one reason or an- C
also begining to give the Russian each, each of them, free to live their Grotto has
There are still a few more open.
1134 legally belong, for of "men without a
f the story centers about th e life and 1.011
couple or two gentlemen.
(Continued from last week.)
operas. Most baritones are a littl e
other, to the class
"Y" camp .
the excitement in Po- , last days of Lgypt s most famous
iv " was
8ei stminster Ave. Phone Empire country" are to be considered on an ings for campers at the
sorry that they are not tenors. One own
It would be very wise to take advan-
queen and introduces the Anthonian
equal footing with alien resident in tage of them as soon as possible.
Then came the war, and all the famous Russian singer said he wished lotzk when Israel Antin spread the !
episode if for no other reason than
suffering and tragedy that came with he were a tenor because then he could news that he was going to America !
"The early bird always catches the
FOR RENT — Six-room flat. Side
it. The opera companies could not do those heroic deeds and sing those —that all had been arranged and the , to provide the most sumptuous enter- drive;
The committee also passed another
all conveniences. Newly
ment for the Roman hosts which
motion of the Jewish deputies concern- worm."
pay their members enough and be- beautiful love-songs which make passage paid for! How reverently
sides many of them were at the front. everybody feel thrilled and delights d , did the children touch the little paste
ing t he removal of unnecessary for-
11 reception to ashes. We are intro-
"Abie's Irish Rose" Called •
When the war Will over, Joseph but , being a baritone, he said he could board slips that coo ( ( to s o nmc
malities concerning the domicile fight
Schwartz decided to come to Amer- only sing the part of a priest, or a Like the Lamp of Aladdin, these i duced to the mysteries attending the FOR RENT--Room and board with for foreigners in Poland.
Clever Mixture of Homely
i worship of Isis; to the scene of 4-
ica and see if he would be able to friend, or a villain, and so the Audi- printed sly p s would take them across
private family in modern home on
thony's infatuation which leads to •
Wit and Satire.
gain the liking of the American au- ence did not like him as much as they many lands and a mighty ocean to a I
Lake Orion. Phone Hemlock Lewis Brothers Now Have the
diences. And he did. the voice is liked tenors.
country where the Jews were treated bide on a magnificent barge; to the
3868-M or Orion 3-W.
festivities in which a complete circus
Agency for Hudson-Es-
no beautiful and he sings so well that
"Abie's Irish Rose," Miss Anne
Now if any of yo u have goo d just like everyone else!
participates and provides the most
he became popular almost at once. ❑ e voices and think that y ou would like
Nichols' $1,000,000 play that has
"Don't forget us, Mashke," sobbed diversified and elaborate entertain- WANTED—Young couple to share
married a charming lady and made to be singers, remember that you her little playmates as they kissed
been aptly called the miracle of the
finally to the capture of
his plane to sing here every season.
must always work, and study, and
American stage, begins its tenth week
the temple city by the army of the
Lewis Brothers, Inc., 2538 East
Phone Northway 4788. 578 East
A baritone does not have as many I practice, and that you must never al-
at the Garrick Theater next Sunday,"
And Mashke forgot for the moment
Grand boulevard, well known Willys-
interesting roles in opera as a tenor. low yourself to think that singing is that Polotzk was a "prison" and all young Octavius and the death scene
This comedy entered its fourth ye'
Overland dealers,,- have become met-
It is the custom to give leading parts easy, and that you do not have to her friends fellow inmates of it. A of the queen. This burning episode
is carried out by means of fireworks FOR RENT--1519 Seward Ave., near ropolitan dealers for the Hudson-Es- in New York at the Republic Thriter
to the tenor; he is usually the hero, worry about it. It is true that a good lump rose to her throat and hot tears
on Slav 23 and from al repo s is
of great novelty and beauty and pro-
Twelfth. Five-room steam heated sex, at the same address, and are now still holding its own. It seems sched-
and does the brave deeds, and loves voice is a natural gift, but it is just came to her eyes. Even freedom can
apartment. Large rooms with pri- doing business for that concern.
the heroine, while the baritone Is like a fine automobile; it appears to be purchased for a price--and many vide the high water mark of the eve-
ning rich in the usual acts of acro-
Lewis Brothers are well and favor- uled for an indefinite run at the Gar-
vate porch. Newly decorated. $65.
usually either a friend of the hero, be very wonderful, but if you can't happy things be spent for it!
beta, dancers, jugglers, equestriennes,
ably known as progressive young rick, and deservedly so, because it is
or else the villain. In the Russian drive it and can't take care of it, it's
Very tiring was the long trip across
business men and as automobile mer- ideal theatrical fare for these days
operas there are more roles for bari- n o use to you. And even if some- the continent. Very cruel seemed the trained animals and the usual num-
FOR RENT-454 Medbury. Four chants of the highest type. They oc- and nights of high and nerve-racking
tones and bassos than there are in one else can drive your car, nobody Germans with their strange language her of exciting chariot races. The
and five-room steam heated apart- cupy an ideal service location for cus- temperature. A clever mixture of
ctacle is drawing large crowds
other operas, because no many Russ else can sing with your voice, and no- and their incomprehensible passion spe
seem to enjoy the acts in a
ments with porches. Low rentals. tomers living any place in the north hokum, philosophical reflection, home-
body can study for you, or make you for cleanliness, The sanitary oleos- 1wh
crescendo of enthusiasm which finds
Apply Apartment 17.
end of Detroit. They are showing ly wit and satire of the kind that
breathe in the correct way, which is ores that the Germans properly took its climax n the tire, flame and din
appeals to the Gentile as well as the
the Hudson coach, brougham and
necessary for singers more than for seemed like a strange beginning o f ' of the pyrotechnical ilisplpay. "Cleo- FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room
seven-passenger sedan and the Essex Jew, with ever a laugh in the offing,
sn unhappy death to Mavhke and her i
, the show to be
coach on their display floor this week. Miss Nichols' play should be seen by
So be sure that whenever you see dear ones.
But they found out at I Petra" is decidedly
seen and enjoyed.
a man or a woman singing on the last that they were not to be our• I
Pride leaves home on horseback
Five races will be held on the field TO RENT—Furnished room for
stage, that they have had a hard time dared and finally they were placed
Do not take long steps.—Talmud -
couple desirous of obtaining a good but returns on foot.—Proverb.
making their voices good enough and aboard the ocean liner that was to on Saturday, July 4, also four five-
home. Call Northway 1582-M.
strong enough and loud enough to take them from the old world to the mile (lash events and a feature Great
Do not tease a young snake, nor
The fewer the words the better the
new. Lakes championship race. On Sun-
make sport of a Persian.—Talmud.
But Mashke's life really began for day, July 5, the biggest field ever ens FOR RENT—Modern six-room
$75 per month. Also a furnished
her anew when her father took her to tered in Detroit will go out in the
room with private family. 2640
FROM POLOTZK TO THE the teacher who was to lead her into 160-mile International Motor Contest
or call Arlington 3385-W.
American life. pionship event.
INCOME PROPERTY—Business dis-
"I must work—I have no time to
The Story of Mary Antin.
trict, Elyria, Ohio, for Cleveland
learn," Israel Antin stumbled and
or Detroit contracts, vacant or im-
faltered in a broken English, inter- ITALIANS FORM CLUB
proved. Also new two-family, Dex-
By Samuel 0. Kuhn.
mixed with Yiddish. "But my chil-
FOR JEWISH STUDIES
ter-Joy district, for four-family or
Once upon a time, back in the dren must go to school for me. I am
vacant and cash. Owner, Garfield
eighties of the last century, there an American—now! My children,
ROME.--(.I. T. A.)— A society for
was born a little baby girl in the Rus too, must become Americans!"
Maryashe Antin now became Mary Jewish Studies in Italy was officially MACK B. WEISS — Strictly kosher
elan town of l'olotzk. Polotzk was
Antin. The strange language soon inaugurated here, in the presence of
caterer for weddings, banquets,
within the Jewish Pale. As you may
ceased to be "strange" to the little many leaders of the Italian Jewish
parties, etc. Excellent food. Rates
have guessed, the little one was of
For the Most Delicious
reasonable. Phone Melrose 0006.
the household of Israel, of a very un-
Chop Suey or Chose Mein
Th Jewish Senator Polasco pro-
happy family in that land then ruled speec h of the Promised Land. Her
talent was in the study of languages fessor of civil law at the University FOR RENT—Room and board in pri-
by the Czar.
The noose of this little girl was as she very soon made evident to all. I of Rome , was elected honorary presi-
ing, bowling and fishing. ap an's
Maryashe Antin, although all who Just as Midas would slip his coins of dent. In his inaugural address, Sen-
cottage, Josie St., near Flint St.,
as I n !'" slot Polacco said that the Jews of
knew and lover her called her Mashke. gold through his fingers, just .
Orion, Mich., or call Hemlock 8181.
t ly , , while fulfilling all their duties
"0 mother," fretted the little girl,
Ask for Kaplan, before 4 p. ni.
"our country is so large! Why must little Mary Antin repeat over and as citizens of the country, need now
we stay cooped here in Polotzk, like over again the words and phrases that more than ever to acquaint themselves FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room
was not yet
Mary with the treasures of their distinctive
so many chickens too numerous for she
for Jewish couple in private home.
Jewish culture, which is one of the
the hen house that holds them?"
6477 Northfield, near Tirentan
powerful factors in human pro-
"0 my little one," and the mother
Phone Garfield 0925-M.
"Snow." This her teacher had print- fress
Users of Kelvinator electric
which those solemn eyes burned with ed in a school journal to show what
He spoke of the, historic significance PRACTICAL NURSE—To take care
refrigeration never worry
Situated Directly Opposite
such eager questioning, "God has one little immigrant in America could t of the Hebrew University in Jerusa•
of confinement cases. Call Lin-
about whether or not foods
given you great wisdom for so small
coln 5689-W. Mrs. Rosenman,
Book-Cadillac Hotel at
lam which, he said, "would send its
will keep. The intense, dry
see the truth that though Israel be
world. I am convinced," Senator Po-
cold not only 'keep," 'acids
To kill two flies with one clapper.
long afflicted, yet will the Lord re-
"Now the trees are bare, and no lacco concluded, "that the new society
but actually i nproves them.
buke those that torment His people.'
the fields and : for Jewish studies will revive Jewish —Proverbs.
are to see in
"But I wish to go about," pleaded flowers
gardens (we all know why) and the learning in Italy, where the Jews have
Lawsuits make the parties lean,
the little girl, who loved the open whole world seems like asleep without so fine a tradition coming to them
Installed in your own re-
the lawyers fat.—Proverbs.
spaces. "I wish to see all things in the happy bird songs which left us from the past."
frigmatot, Kelvinator will
this vast land of ours."
till spring. But the snow which drove
"Mashke," admitted the mother,
not only keep your foods
away all those pretty and happy
"Great Russia is yet not great enough
perfectly but will relieve
things, try (as I think) not to make us
to permit the Jews to live according
at all nhapPY; they covered up the
you of the annoyance of re-
to their ways among the many peo-
branches of the trees, the fields, the
frigerator care. It requires
ple• of the empire."
gardens and houses, and the whole,
But if the days of the week
no attention. Phone of call
world looks like dressed in a beauti-
brought no comfort to the little girl
ful white—instead of green--dress
and let us explain it.
who felt so cooped amid the many with the sky looking down on it with
people herded together, the end of the
Call Norlhway 6241
face .. ."
week brought a refreshing rest. The a pale
The promise of what Mary Antin
Sabbath Prince canto and touched the was to do shone out then and there.
UN. and Servic•
humdrum life of the Jews of Polotzk The Boston public library was the
1646 E. GRAND BOULEVARD
—and lo! He smoothed away the
temple of her new life. There she
backache and the heartache of their found limitless enjoyment in pictures
And Mashke, too, had an especia and
Only seven years after that little
reason for rejoicing on the Sabbath girl first entered the vast Boston pub-
Th. 0t4.., Po•.tic
—one that was all her very own. For lic library, Mary Antin, a slip of a
R•Itt ... ..
then her father would take her gently girl of about 18, entered Barnard
by the hand and lead his little girl College in New York. She studied at
through the grimy streets of the town Barnard College for two years and
out into the freshness of the coun- for two years more at Teachers Col-
tryside. True, there were peasants lege, though she took no degree from
working in the fields—for their Day
of Rest was to come on the morr ow
While she was at college, Mary An-
But these toilers sang happily as they
worked and the birds of the trees tin met Professor Amodeus Grabau,
whom she menial later, and turned
chirped their answering refrain.
her back upon any public career. But
Even thus early the little girl
the little girl of Polotzk who could
would ask questions of her father,
ask her father such wondrous ques-
who would tremble with awe at the
tions, the little girl who could write
promise they gave of his little one's
that article, "Snow," after only four
months' study of English; that little
"Father," Mashke would ask, "do
the hens that lay the eggs for us, girl could do a work of service. In
whose flesh gives us the broth that 1899 she wrote "From Polotzk to
sustains us and whose feathers make Boston." In 1912 the world received
warm our beds, wonder if they give from her "The Promised Land." In
too much in return for the grain we 1914 Mary Antis gave us "They Who
scatter so carelessly before them? Do Knock at Our Gates."
At her home in the little New Eng-
they feel that the barnyard is a
land town of Winchester her service
home and the little daughter
Every year, in
chickens," answered the father that brightens it is shared with her
proudly. What child of Polotsk could work as • writer and lecturer. But
ask such wise questions as his it is in the service of America and
Mashke! ' for the newcomers in America that
"But, Jather," persisted the little Mary Antin, once a newcomer her-
find Long Distance
girl, "that is not the true life of the self, writes and speaks. The message
poor horse whose life it is to go round that she proclaims we may all of us
• valuable aid in
and round about, endlessly pumping hearken to.
, "We roust strive to be worthy of
the water for the public baths?"
"What is the true life of the horse, our great heritage as American chi-
so that we may use wisely and
records. The tele.
"Is not cheerful fellowship with well its wonderful privileges. To be
in America is to ride on the
man his true portion?" said Mashke.
phone has proved
"And should he not expect his due central current of the river of mod-
and to have a conscious pur-
playtime on the pasture when the
soft turf shall refresh his weary-laden pose is to hold the rudder that steers
keeping in touch
"Animals cannot expect rest like
men," answered the father, "though COMMUNISTS IN TOWNS
in Israel of old it was so commanded
:But father," declared the little
RIA.—(J. T. A.)—Revelations with
wisdom. regard to the anti-Semitic practice of
0.1,1 1iilreif (goriter
After the Show
To the Rhythmic Tune of
Bert Milan and His Band
NO COVER CHARGE
219 MICHIGAN AVENUE
In 30 Days ---
A Record in Michigan
All life insurance underwriting records in Michi-
gan were broken in June, 1925, by life under-
writers of the Detroit Life Insurance Company.
A total of new business written in honor of Presi-
dent O'Brien was $3,346,000.
This is the largest amount of life insurance
ever written by any life insurance company oper-
ating in this state, in a single month. This brings
the total writings of the Detroit Life Insurance
Company underwriters up to $11,762,000 for the
first six months of 1925, an increase of 40 per
cent over the figures of last year during the same
It cos Results
Day by day the tasks of the house are Communists authorties in the smaller
done—always the same! The only towns and villages are being made
continually by the Yiddish Commun•
change is washday — and then they
c re" .
must stand knee•deep in the river Ish The
Erne. the Yiddish organ of the
and scrub their clothes! "
Jewish section of the Communist
"What would you suggest, 0 little party, cites further instances of anti-
frog?" smiled the father.
Semitic policy on the part of the Com-
"Dear father," said Mashke ears
nestly, "sometimes when I can't sleep munist authorities.
I come down into the yard. The , Der Stern, the new Yiddish Corn-
Imunist daily published in CharkoS,
dewy grass is so cool and I look up
complains that the communal and san-
Into the dark sky and watch the black- . Baty needs of the Jewish population
neea turn into a soft fairy-like
neglected by the local Communist su-
All the houses look like sleeping crea- , in the smaller towns are being totally
tures and all the world is hushed as '
at Creation's dawn. And my spirit ' th"rities.
I In Paltava, the Communist finance
flies—and flies on!"
on r ill pegally
"Where, Poppy Seed?" teased the I agent
, "I do not know, dear father," said , particularly on the Jewish traders.
the little girl. "All I know is that my i
I spirit soars beyond Polotzk and over 1 The noblest thing about love is the'
, the river—ever on and on! I know] You cannot believe in honor until
, that my spirit is free, then," cried • you have achieved it. Better keep
i .1,- 14.h. ..1.1 "Inc eve
ng is love I yourself clean and bright: you are
In the highly competitive life insurance field
it is both interesting and significant that the citi-
zens of one state Michigan—should express
their confidence to such an extent that the total
life insurance policies written within thirty days
—the month of June—establish a record in Mich-
igan life insurance history.
DETROIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
M. E. O'Brien, President
2210 PARK AVENUE
Home Office Building Detroit