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Ms. •tioot l Ib4l«l4whl Tallurlas at lb* prir* or .\oa>la<iUMwal Heed jraiade." Trousers to order $2.60, $3 -« $3.40 pair The goods are mill ends, sample lengths, cut n / ,-a. ,/n' /M \ W" 1 \, V l_ But we have had to send buyers to market again for reinforcement*. More remnants have arrived More remnants are due tomorrow More remnants are in transit Whether you order earlier in the month or not you ought to come today or tomorrow —and again next week. You never got such bargains before: you may never again. Certainly you can’t get anything else, tailor-made or ready-made. Styles for dress, business, shop, outing Weights tor Winter, spring, summer You may be able to make an old coat and vest do much longer service than the present trousers to it will permit; you might even be able to match the trousers. You can have as many pairs as you wish, and it will pay you to buy ahead for all possible needs. And every pair will be made to measure—and made right. But not a pair will be made for deal ers to sell again. You pay us far less than you would pay anyone else but your Trad# Certificates msan your purchase will cost* absolutely nothing, provided you order your spring suit or overcoat here. The certificate i> issued in your name —for the amount of vour purchase—and is good as cash when paying tor spring clothes. Anv salesman will explain the certificate plan. It's simple—and it’s great. S4O Suits and Overcoats order S2O Any other good tailor would get $35, S4O and 545 for such fabrics as these, while in season we would mark them $25. 52H.50, and may he S3O. As we’ve said before they’re just a chance lot of high class novelties that we got at about half value, some of them styles we have shown earlier at higher prices. W e bunch them all at $20 —and make you an extra pair of trousers free. Fancy Vests to order $1.98 & $2.60 Closing out all the present season's styles to make room fur next season’s. W ere $3.50 to $5, but worth double as other tailors charge. Great and interesting variety. Now going at si.yß and $2.60. MICHIGAN HKADQUARTKAS •• EitfSsH Woolen MBs BaMag. 2JO «ad 222 Woodward Avaana, Detroit. MAIL ORDERS —W • make quickly and flt ptrfectljr. Writ* for aalf. Bisaaursment blanks and samples. FRENCH FARMERS AREN’T AIDING RACE SUICIDE ii ii ■ ■ PARIS, Jan. 21.—While the popuia lion of France Is decreasing there are various provinces where very large families are the rule Instead of the exception. At Verrleres, near the Swiss frontier, for Instance, families of ten or a dozen are common. Last week, M. Simon, a fanner, sat down to his golden wedding dinner with fOrty*two children and grand children. Mine. Botte, another farru er’a wife, has had twenty-six children; the receiver of taxes In the town. M Creller, has a household of twenty five children; MM. Hamard and Ixing champ, both farmers, are the happy possessore of twenty and nineteen chil dren respectively. This district U being pointed to a* a proud example for those who would overcome the decline of the French nation. BURIED IN COAL PILE; COFFERDAM SAVES HIM CHEBOYGAN Wls., Jan 21. Thomas Fitzpatrick, aged" 20 year.- was burled under u huge pile of soft toe! with only his b**ad uncovered He slid down a coal pile when It suddenly caved In, carrying him with it Fellow workmen heard his cries and It became necessary to tear down a barn to build a sort of cofferdam to prevent the entire pile from slipping down upon him He was rescued after having been imprisoned for thoe hours. Hfs body whs badly bruised Cheer Up by a change from coffee to wel-boiled POSTUM "There's a Reason." Neill “Tfee Rnstf «• W ells lll#** la »h(i. pieces, la-t bolts *»f discontinued patterns —remnants of all sorts Nothing the matter with them m am way except they re odd. duality, color, everything exactly a> woven. Just odds and ends that no mill, no selling agent can nu>\e at regular prices. So they accumulate until volume compels sharp sacrifices. Some mills get in t lie habit of saving them up for us—but make the sacrifices, too. We commenced this sale with the big gest collection we ever gathered together. A superb co 11 cc t i on — never such an assort ment. THIS MAN A REAL WILD GOOSE CHASER’’ SPOKANE, Wash., Jan. 21—W’hat might appropriately be termed *'a wild goose" enterprise la engaging the attention of A. J Thompson, a real dent of Paterson. Wash It Is new iu this state and in the northwest, and gives promise of being successful. Thompson la raising fowl from the eggs of wild geese. The first setting which he found in a nest on the river bank, wan Hatched under a common hen. which raised the brood to an age when the birds could take care of themselves That Is when Thompson's troubles began, ns the geese sought the society of their natural compan ions and half the flock answered the call of the wild before the exodua was stopped He hopes that futur* hatchings w ill become domestli ated judge rules in Favor OF POLICEMAN SHELLARD NEW YORK. Jan 21 —Justice Ciane. In the supreme court. Brooklyn, todav Instructed the Jury which Is try* mg David E Shellard for killing Bar -1 Para Keig not to consider murder in j the first degree as a possible verdict. The jury was told by the Justh e that 'only a verdict yf murder In the second I degree, or one of manslaughter would jbe warran'ed by the evidence. This i action was taken following a motion (of Shellards counsel to take the case from the jury altogether MAN TRIES TO sFeAL VANDERBILT S SATCHEL NEW YORK, Jan. 21. — Excitement j was caused on the French line pier to day when an attempt was made to ; steal a bag containing valuable papers ! which belonged to W K Vanderbtlt. i Jr., Just before Mr. Vanderbilt sailed J for France nn |,a Havide Detectives followed the alleged thief until he had left the pier, a r d then they seized him. He protested so loudly that the attention of crowds of | as.«engers who were waiting to sail on l.a Savoie were attracted Mr Vanderbilt did not learn of the theft until hit baggage was returned to Mm. THE DETROIT TIMES: FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909. 18UYS URN FOR HIS ASHES AND KILLS HIMSELF AGED MAN USES REVOLVER AF TER VISIT TO UNDERTAKER S— SEEMED IN MERRY MOOD TALKED OF CREMATION. NEW YORK, Jan 21. — A white-hair* «and man, whose faliertug step* and bowed form betra.ved hi a 70 year*, called at the office of the Stephen Merritt burial Cos. Nineteenth *!, and Eigbth-ave. Manager Kadcltff recog* tilled him becuuce of u previou* visit, when be bad inquired about the ex penae of vremattou He was Thomas Hutching*. of No -524 West One Huudred and Fifty-third st. Hla sou, Herbert Hutchings, is a wealthy and ptoimnent builder, of No 24b Weal One Hundred and t wenty nlnth-st., and active in politic* In liar lem. Mr. Kadchffe observed that the age I man was apparently iu g< jd spirits and health and complimented him In fact. Mr Radcllffe returned a merry answer when Mr. Hutchings said “I want to be cremated Wheu my time come* 1 prefer not to be placed undetground. Ive always ba.l the Idea that the soul and the body were incorporated, and It can t be easy for the aoul to liberate Itself from the Sod. ’ Seemed In a Merry Mood. Mr. RaJellfT said Idler that thj trend ut the old man 9 talk whs meiry in sidle of the subject, and he sug- j gested: "There la nu need of you pro viding for burial fur some time. ! guesa" A quizzical expression .tiled the aged mans eyes as he replied: "One never knows a hen the time may come } It la always best to be prepared " More to humor Hutchings than In | expectation ol taking an order. Rad- . oiltf conducted him through the show looms. He declined to luspect the caskets, asking instead for the urns j provided for the reposal of ashes after urination. While inspecting them he Inquired the cost of cremation and con- ■ cernlng the details. He expressed 1 much satisfaction after his selection of an urn which he studied carefully. If you are going to take that." 1 Radcllff said, not yet convinced that Hutchings Intended to purchase, "yuu can Imagine beautiful pictures of the urn being treasured after your ashes are scattered to the winds" Hutchings took out his pocket book,! proffered a *lO bill und said he want- 1 ed to pay the sum on account. He ! asked for a receipt and while It was being made out sat at a table and wrote u note which he said was to his i son. Asked for Polke Station. Radcllff tendered the receipt and Hutchings was departing when he paused to ask R&dcilff where the nearest police station was. He was directed to the station on Woet Twen tleth-st., between Eighth and Nlnth aveb. He appeared there and engaged Lieut. Tlghe in conversation, asking ' him If he was a member of the Ma sonic order Ttghe sent him to Door- 1 mau Anthony. The latter talked to; Hutchings briefly, and suggested that I ne go to the Masonic temple on West i Twenty-tblrd-st., whers he would find friends. Tlghe and Anthony watched the old man as he departed. A mo ment after the door closed they heard a pistol shot. Several pedestrians who later re ported to the police said that Hutch ings halted at the landing as he shut the door, pressed a pistol to his tem ple and pulled the trigger. He was carried Inside the station, where he j died 15 minutes later, before the ar rival of an ambulance from St. Vin cent's hospital. Witnesses of the suicide spread the excitement which followed and the re aerves had to clear the crowds from the station entrance. Herbert Hutch ings claimed his father’s body at a late 1 hour. He said he could assign no cause for his father s set until he had re- j calved the note written at the time the urn was purchased. / There was some delay In Identifying the body and among those who viewed it was Thomas Carew. of No 214 West Twentieth-at. He stated positively that the man was Richard Klnsella, who had boarded with him for ten years. Carew led a searching party to the room of his boarder and was busy lu examining his effects when Klnsella appeared Carew said later he thought he had seen Klnsella s ghost when the latter showed np HOPKINS HOLDS OWN IN CONTEST — SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Jan. 21 —The J sixth ballot on United States senator. . taken In Joint session today by the HU- j nols legislature, resulted In Hopkins holding his own and the deadlock con tlnues The vote on the sixth ballot » w as House —Hopkins. 54 Foss. 18: Mn non. 4; Lowden. 1; Stringer. rt3; Sburt lefT, 12. „ Senate —Hopkins. 33; Foss, 3; Btnn , ger. 13; fihurtleff. I Totals— Hopkins. 87; Foss. 16; Ma-j ! a on, 4. McKinley. 1; Lowdtn. 1; Stringer, 76; Hhurtleft, 13 Necessary for choice, 103. The result of the seventh Joint bal lot Hopkins 86; Foss. 15. Mason. 4; | ahurtleff. 14; Stringer. 75. Ixiwden, 1; McKinley. 1. «, STORM SWEEPS OVER CALIFORNIA VALLEYS SACRAMENTO. Owl . Jan 21— A j j violent storm swept through the Jon- 1 quin and Sacramento valleys today. During the early hours of the morning jthe electric power plant w.is put out *uf commission and the city was in darkness. Trees were blown down and many buildings unroofed, it i* feared that a number of lives h«v» been lost, but communication at tfill* time Is impossible through the de\as ! tated district owing To all the Wire 5 ! ' , being .low n. Only One ••111*0lift **• Thnf Is LAXATIVE KRoMo giH.STNK j .Look for tb* «lgr.atut#* of F. \V„ OROVK I’lol the NVni M uv»r to Cure a Cold In On* Pjv t'!lc I Job I'rliitlua ib.ru* r ghl rim-«• Print las Cos.. Ii John R at. Chon* 1191. m I I fifcj l Wi KKk mm jft H 9 Hav.r.y Bold our (ease to ■ Chicago Syndicate tor j cent B B y wmm ijffl fl ft jB B tJK vaudev.ha theater V«c vacate Store at once. A successful lUI Bfl B U II B -II Ca JDH Sale **• m progreaa tor pist week. The whole aa waa BHB BB —m M BB lf| I■ |l KH 9 P llb, <‘ hfd by the dally papni, ot Detroit gave the reaaon for thia 111 EI 11 H n HSiA B 9 lUH H IS o reat of Clothmy. Mata. Capa, and Men’s Furnishings. 11l mJB B W Mr] ft U ini 9 Ska DON'T SPEND a DOLLAM tor Clothing and Men’. Furnishing. ™ m ™ ™ ™ until you have been here. 27 Years gs dependable Merchandising I in this Store. The place to make a Dollar do the work of Three. Store is handy to all car lines. This Store is full of Clothing and Men’s Fur nishings. The Corner Store where Profits are forgotten. The Best Values on Earth at Hart* a Sale. Where the Sale of all Sales is being held The Store That Contains $40,000 Worth of New Stylish Goods CLOTHING OirrruMll, lll*.' liluck kmm >ml Veltasti il)|t«li in . > 1 < f Q QC uh), worth hi A vu.tJJ ihrrctiniK, ltrr*e>* nml \ 1.-iiun*. well lined, c f. Qk imrlli SIO JJ'VJ lit rrniili, huud-tnllorf il. •»•■*( >ill> mil ir*. mode <•( ImiHirtril . 1011., H :ik lined. c I 7 K nurih H 35 #I I J Hoys' Ihvrmnu, lilnek Mini fiiury pnltcrn*. worth PI QC an in vJivv lit i rroiHa. hmi.l-lMitore it, 1.1 M.-k Hu.l tuury pxllrru*. latest styles, SI 0 95 Men's %11 —\\ .... I Sulla, stars It, 31. 3.1. M.irik HIM im.l $2.95 Men's Hull*. ••Inin Mild iMf. pat terns, worth lUAo f C QC •mi its.(mi aJiOu lloy •’ Suit*. huli kk-rh.i.'krr Mini lilnlu style*. blur* uu.l M QC fnueles. worth ST fUiwJ 'lru'i lire** Sulla. up-to-date style* ■ud pnttrrn*. north up f Q QC to ll*. auil Men's Fine I’nuta, f I 7C worth S3 a I .I U sweet tlrr P I QO beat Work I’hbli a I .JO Men’* \ eata. 7Qf* worth ai.Su Mud S3 I MU I'llir Orta. Trousers. MIC worth S.l Had Sri #O»HJ NO MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED. NO COODS CHARGED. NO COOOS DELIVERED. %LI. »%I.K« K\l»K l> I'll IMIUMFICOIK BKKIIHK THIS IKHHIIII K *l. II (iHIEH. Fixtures For Sale. t'arfum Kaillu. of VO mile. looul* ul-itna I'urchaa rr< -of 9W.00 will b«* rrruudrd. ifj AR6E ASSORTMENT OF FUR COATS FOR LADIES AT UNHEARD OF PRICES gs% A WILL SCARFS-In Mole. French Ermine. I BUY fulfil Mink Genuine Chinchilla JB # ipie<tdi worth up to |f| WILL SCARFS ■ln Jap Mink. Siberian Squlr "" 3 # r«l, Blradtd Mink. German Marten BUY French Ermine. Russian Pony MUFFS —ln Mole. Blende I Milk. Gen uine Chinchilla (plecedi, French Ermine, worth up to s•:'>" /K #% WILL SCARFS It: Genuine utter Genuine JP # 1 MM BUY Neal Seal, Genuine Mink MUFFS In RusMan Pony Jap Mink. American Marten. Bla< k Belgian Lynx, worth up to |H..in afl A WILL SCARFS In Squirrel/ German Mar UT m if A4a ww BUY : m 9 MUFFS* In German Marten. Jap Mink. Blended Mink. Gray Krlmnier Squirrel worth up to 112 .Vi - WTI , MUFFS In Jap Mink, Isabella Mar i holla Pox Blandad lllik, Bra 1 IVI 1 . BUY 7iliHn Beaver, itfai k Belgian Lynx. Bln*- Wolf, and Black Wolf worth up to SIB 00 SCARFS lr. Genuine Black Lynx. Bla k Wolf. Blue Wolf, Genuine Chin chilla. Black Belgian Lynx. Genuine Ottei Genuine Beaver Fo\- and Gen uine Mink. We have on Sale a Large Assortment of Genuine American Mink and Genuine Hudson Bay Black Lynx Scarfs and Muffs, at about oneha'f their regular value. N *;rc".:, e r n $42.50 to $75.00 Actually worth from 116 oh to fi&ono Russian Calf Coats, regular price <D I Q fl $39 00. Sale price O I O.UU L ? I n ‘I°1 ) : < r°? , . s $20.00 G^ Sq " r "'. $15.00 MEN'S FUR AND KUR-L NED COATS AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST. - ■ M . —r- - £& A atf H 21 YEARS OF Taj ffir 7 PRACTICAL FUR EXPERIENCE hiißi ■■ r ? cTORVAND 72-74 FARRAR ST. Hear Piblc Library lZ a JZ' r Z CLOTHING ‘ ‘.Vi'k O* er.’OMia. h. iihlii.' Kerseys mi.l IHlbela well llut'il. hou.l-tull «»reil. iim tli I 0 0 C S3* at» sl/.03 Mru'a t urtiurny I'unia, C I QC i'vnl* A3 .... 3 I ember uu.l t ordurti> lie- M *C (rrillilr Cunts, north <7 . . Men’* I rut fu-llet, PQ QC itui lit HI- , .an uu.l SIS .. VU 33 Sweet tlrr Work I'nuta, flQn worth Hi.•!<* OtfV Men's l»tfs» I r«.u*er«, P Q i C iturth *3..’n .«itd ft et'TV (•<l»l I eats. iQn aiiiltll alat'S ........ *3b kn.'t 1 "nuts. OOn worth 7A.- nml Hi . . tj b Itlii.' s« rue suit*, r* it lie ■■ t fabric*. z;r* $12,45 HlM.lt IhlUcts Sulla, silk leU'llltli lined. ulWM>* n ilr«*aa> anil. $8,45 spo. lul— l> ilua. i null ( miia 7 I r ■ud t'nut*, HI 5(1 tnlue, ut flu FURNISHINCS Men's lli> ••dkerchtiTa. % ttorlli IJ.' u J Suck a —Ml wuul, Q n nurih 35e 3 b Men’* Work Suck*. worth ISc Oo ( n.lerwcur—Wurth 1Q« 7Sr nml HI 00'j llreaa s|il.-t*. 7Qa worth ll.i’iti uutl HI I 3b Nrrkneur. luteal pillar os. OCa tt urt h 75c 0J b Huapeuilera. QQ« worth Itlc tub Don't Forget the Placi— ■ ■ m MIRBL Bops warn John C. HARTZ CO. 52-54 MONROE AVE., Cir. Farrar. JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM CITY HALL. OPfc.N SAIUK.UAY EVENING MARKS' 1 ST ANNUAL SALE =Traveling Men’s= SAMPLE % 'I he immense crowil? that ha\e taken a<!\ intake *>f the rcmarkab’e 1 ur Bargains- vv»* have divert during thin >ale in convincing proof that vv • are ottering THE BES I h UHS at the low est price" obtainable an\where. It you are iti need ot lurs ==VISIT US SATURDAY = Thibet Buffa'o Co-ts, regular price(TN I Q S4OOO. Sale price 4> I O.OU Fur-lined Coats, Irish Frleee Shell, Congo Beaver Lining, regular price (Tt I p r n S4OXO- Sale price .... UMU.vJU •SSStStii $25.00 . $15.00 Furnishings '""ok Neckwear, new pattern*. Q|. it or Hi 3a. LI u Work shirt*, IQ worth 7.1. JDb Men’s 'l'lea, I. ttorlli I lie 4L I'lne I In.'ll llnuilkerchlefa, Q _ worl It 3.1 e Ob lien’s Kill.' Illn.'k lloac, 7. ttorlli "llr I b I'it net lloae, IQn ttorlli S’e I US Men’s (thirl*, eiillnr at- QQ. (itched, ttorlli 75c uUu Mi - it's Hose. QC« worth 7Bc nuil atie ........ 0«J b Men’* White I'lenieri QQn slilrta, worth H1..10 03u I ntoo Suit*. ff I QQ worth H 3,50 nuil H3 . . 0 I tO3 t unt us (•lutes, Q. P'-r puli DU Mo». i hhlrts. QQn ttortli 75.• OUu Itubena' Heterslble I On t'ullnrs I 86 Hickeys nuil in shirt I- routs TU silk lluiidkerelilels. QQ« ttortli Tide unit 7ae .... (JOb lire** taint (‘a, PI |C ttorlli M3 mid sl.sti V I • I J I-in-Hu. and <■ lutea. H 1 OQ wurth #3 50 f(i43 Mru'a tinrtera, I Q« worth 35c . I 91 (ten's sweater fonts, ( I QQ ttortli H3 mid 13 Ml vliOw Meu'a Itlnek swenter t onta. P I IQ worth H3 All v Ii I 0 llo,t s’ sttenter I onta, QQn wurth?! . . . OOu AAg am WILL SCARFS —In Blue Wolf. Black Wolf. UT M Genuine Blac k Marten. Isabella Fox. ■« J J BUY Blended Mink. Kolinsky and Jap Mink. ® MUFFS —Blue Wolf. Blac k VNolf. Blended Mink Squirrel and .lap Mink, worth up to $)• ert o 9 WILL SCARFS—In Genuine American Mink, yr IX M Genuine Ermine. Kolinsky, Blue Wolf. and 3wf BUY Black Wolf. Jap Mink. Blended Mink ® and Isabella Fox. MUFFS—In Jap Mink. Blue Wolf. Black Wolf. Isabella Fox and Blended Mink, worth up to.flk&O. * gm wiLI SCARFS—In Genuine Ermine. Koiln yT IX >-kv. Genuine American Mink. Isabella BU V Fox. .lap Mink. Black Wolf and Blue MUFFS—In Isabella Fox. Blue Wolf, Black Wolf and Jap Mink, worth up to s22.*>n. /h< A AA WILL SCARFS-'.. Persian l.amh. Owi iL. Ell ft nine Ermine. Genuine American aul\/«V/\/ BUY M»nk. Blue Wolf. Black Wolf. m r • Genuine Otter. Genuine Heaver. Genuine Marten. Jap Mink. Black Arctic Fox. MUFFS—In Genuine Black Lynx. Jap Mink, Isabella Fox. Black Arctic Fox. worth up to 126.00. It üblier in t olluca I tJC Men’s 1 liioitel hlilrta. el I r worth HI.So #|,|o Men’s (.’lttuuel shirts, QQn ttorlli H 1.35 OuC HATS ‘"iW.K Men's lints, soft anil stiff, nil eoliira. ttortli H3.SO Hi) nt nnd it iZifcU Men's lints, aufl nud stiff, H I CQ nil eulurs, worth 53.50 V I id J Men's Huts, soft uuil stiff, H I QQ nil eolurs, worth H3 v ■ iou Men's I rush Huts, till QQn fitlnra. worth Hl.no . Ovv Men's t ups. fur timiits, QQ. worth ?Sc OOu Itu.ta* (up*, (or liMlilla, QQn ttorlli 75e OOu special l.ut Men's t ups, IQ. »t urt li s(le I Ou Spectul l.ut llu > s' t ups, | Qn iiir him.l*, worth Tie I du Spcelul l.ut Mali’s s.,rt mid stiff llals. worth H 3.110 CQn mill H3.5U Ddb \ll fur t ups. I'leee Seul, Near Setil, ut hulf price. Shop ( ups Cp union iiin. , .e dll Meu'a t up*, fur liuuils, QQn ttorlli HI iiml H 1.50 Dub Men’s ( ups. f I JO ttorlli f'.' i^o Sknllua 'l'lU|iies, lil||h aelmol eul r.t: 38c ( hllilreu*a TiMtues, I Qn worth 3-c I Ub ( hildrcn’a Tutus. I Qn worth low mid 74.' I vu Mr.rmot-llned Coats, with English Broadcloth Sholl, regular price $75.00. $39 00 Muskrat lined Coats, with English Broadcloth °r,tr $150.00 Nothing Reserved Im-ludr. Nl M HKR OTIK R, *»l MVIKH %l ITS. J» T H %W H %T*. K ir.