'ry residence will have
ents and will be able
e a larger number of
extengve changes and'
being done to it this
t yesterday afternoon
C. Bishop, social di-
rth floor.of the build-
nost' completely ehang-
rs are being extended
he, walls of the house
or more windqw space
more rooms are to be
seats and bookshelves
between the windows.
busy at work now and
being made to have
a readiness by the be-
Roger Hornsby, of the St. Louis Na-
tional league team leads all other
home run hitters in both leagues with
21. He is way in the lead of his riv-
als in the older circuit, but Williams
of the American league team of the
same town has 20 homers. Kelly of
the Giants, hit two on Thursday and
brought his total up to 18. Ruth
with only 14 is absolutely out of the
running for this year.
FIRST SET THE' THINKER FREE
(Detroit News, July 8)
For one thing at least Secretary
lughes is to be congraulated on hisr
paper read recently at the National'
Education association meeting in Bos-
ton. it was not the frothy eulogy us-
ually delivered on such occasions by
persons in high places.
To Mr. Hughes, Secretary of State;
education is a matter of national con-
cern. He considers it from an angle
which, if education is to be vital, must
ever be the most important anglefrom
which this great public undertaking
can be considered-from what educa-
tion contributes to the making of cit-
izens. He urges upon college author-
ities the stern duty of teaching the stu-
dent "the ability to apply discriminat-
ing reason to the problems of life as
To further such discriminating ea-
soning is quite as much the duty of
the conmunity as it is that of the col-
lege. There is little use in training
college students to reason as Mr.
Hughes would have them trained, if
after graduation they are expected to
adopt the same age-old traditions .and
fit into the same moulds.
If it is reasoning we want, then
we ought to be satisfied with none
but the best, bit if our aim is conform-
ity, then we may better spare our-
selves the pains of teaching anybody
The world can be set free by the
thinker, but not until it first sets the
AT THE THEATERS
Doris May will again be seen in one
of her flapper parts in "Gay and Dev-
ilish," a farce comedy which opens
Sunday at the Wuerth theater. Any;
number of bright comedy situations,
with more than the usual amount of
romance and wholesome humor, make
this one of the most amusing attrac-
tions of the season.' The plot is decid-
edly novel and the cast includes such
well known funmakers-as Cullen Lan-
dis, Otis Harlan, Bull Montana, and
"The Light in the Clearing," one of
Irving Bacheller's most popular- stor-
ies will be the feature for Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday. It is one of
those 'delightfully old-fashioned and
rural stories that Bacheller knows
how to tell so well. The characters
are taken from real life and the plot
has been woven around one of the
most important incidents in the early
history of our country.
support Mr. Hitchcock. "The Beauty
Shop," ,is notable for its sheer good
humor, merriment, amazing complica-
tions and unflagging interest and its
sparkling array of beautiful girls.
Mary Miles Minter appears for the
first time as an inmate of a Turkish
harem in "The Heart Specialist,"
which comes to the Majestic theater
Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Mint-
er is seen as a young newspaper wo-
man who seeks'real adventure and ro-
mance inside the Sultan's harem.
In her 'latest Paramount picture
"For the Defense," which will be
shown here the remainder of the week,
Ethel' Clayton will be seen in one of
the strongest roles of her screen car-
eer. Miss Clayton portrays a highly
emotional and dramatical role in a.
puzzling murder mystery, the solu-
"Shavings," taken from th
Joseph C. Lincoln, will be
first Detroit presentation
night at the Garrick, Detro
Bonstell compnany. The si
laid in a little Cape Cod vi
the story centers around Jed
better known as "Shavings,"
philosopher, a solemn-hap,
idual who gave up his caree
his great love' for his mothe
Morgan will be seen as Jed
Eugenie Chappel, who has s(
Miss Bonstell in "Daddies"
plays requiring children, wi
en an imporant part in the
Majestic--Raymond Hitchcock in
"The Beauty Shop", comedy
Arcade-Anita Stewart in "The
Woman He Married"; and com-
Wuerth-Doris May in "Gab and
Devilish"; comedy and news.
Orpheum - Marshall Nielan's
"Bits< of Life"; Buster Kea-
ton in "The Goat."
tion of which involves a
s are to
englen the French
,r, and Mrs. Molla
Y, the American
t yesterday in the
nament at Wimble-'
esent two entirely
:'play. The Amer-
man Wvith powerful
French woman is
1 entirely feminine
'Garrick (betroit)-"Sliavings." |
The only place for fine music and
dancing in the open air at Tom's
Beach, formerly Stilson's.-,Adv.
Special Chicken Dinner Sunday at
The Blue Bird Delicatessen, 1112 So.
Don't forget the dance at Tom's
Beach, formerly Stilson's, tonight.-
Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.
Raymond Hitchcock, wilo starred in
the original musical comedy, "The
Beauty Shop," is the featured player
in the screen production of the same
play. A' remarkable cast, including
Billy B. Van, James J. Corbett, the
Fairbanks twins, Louise Fezenda, and
Montague Love has been chosen to
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