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IN DETROIT
While tUltlM hi* slatrr, Mra. Ilrnrr
Martrll, la Hellevllle, Hlrh., Uedar«i
day availing, Joseph .Miller, oft Ula
city, accidentally tuok a quantity of
poison, wlili'li caused It la death a few
mlnutea later.
Jaa<ea Uulaaa, for tnaay yeara train
despateher for the Ml.-lilnau t eutral
rallroaq In 1►« 11 *>l t. btl rallfna4, Ii
engatfe* In a different line of business
▲ party of hla aaaot.-ialt.-a prevented
him with a handsome chair aa a
token of their evteeiu.
Prof. f. f. Mad. of the I alteralty «»f
Mlehltfau, will leeture la the Detroit
Muauuiu of Art, at X o'clock, Friday
evening. on rudluin, tl>e newest and
moat myeteiloua of nietala. The fee
ture will open the courae of the In
i’* atltute of Sole nee, and It la free to
the public.
lgra. Ida Hajea, 2* years old, waa badly
bruised aatl ahukea up. and aeveral
other passengers were jostled about
when a Myrtle and a Jefferson car
uilxed In a reur-end colllalon at
Grand Blver un«l Breokl/B'AVtk, on
Thursday evening. Mra. llayea was
taken to Grace hospital, suffering
principally from ahock.
Herat- Clifton 11. Ttldea, retired, who
waa for aaaa.v .tears la charge of
the old Wood bridge-at. police sta
tlon. la In a cr*ti«-itl condition In
Grace hospital. Buffering from gen
eral nervous breakdown and uremic
poisoning. He waa making h'a homo
with a son. George Ttlden, In Wy
, andutte, when tuk.-n 111 and a pollco
auto transferred him Thursday night
to Grace hospital.
Balph O. Craig. Olympic w Inner | Aid.
Charles W. Ilurtou; ♦•Jack'* Coll las,
prominent uthlcte and Central High
school trainer, and W. D. Trump,
formoe general superintendent of tlin
Pare Marquette railway, figured In a
aafe and sane automobile accident,
Thursday. Craig had driven his auto
up to Burton's residence, to take
Burton and Collins for u ride, when
Trump't machine, passing, skidded
into the other auto, badly wrecking
both.
Ml-a Masala .Nichols, of No. 4SO Trum
bull-ave.. reports so the police thnt
as aha waa passing an allay opening
on Klm-eh, near Trumbull-ave.. at
Tuldnkght, Thuya day, »he wap* »t
--tackad by a man who struck her in
the face and knocked her down. Who
struggled with him, and he tore her
hat from her head and ran away with
it. Mlaa Nichols waa bo badly fright
ened that aho became hysterical She
waa not able to give any descrip
tion df her assailant.
Upwards of 200 New Thought students
gathered ts the First New Thought
churoh. Wlnder-et.. Thursday night,
for their annual Thanksgiving ban
quet. The hall was prettily decor
ated In the class colors, purple hiiJ
yellow. letters were read from stu
dents In different states, expressing
regret In not being able to attemi,
and telegrams of congratulation wer
read from Ella Wheeler Wilcox and
others. Following the banquet, en
tertainment was provided by Mrs.
Emily Murray Clements, reader, and
Mrs. Wlckwler. pianist.
The Michigan railroads are bow la-,
»cat lasting all applications f»r
passes over the roads In preparation
for the requirement of the interstate
commerce commission that a record
of all passes must be kept. This rul
ing becomes effective Jan. 1, and the
record of passes must be kept open
for Inspection on the part of the in
vestigators of the commission so
- 4 hat they may have Information C°Ur
rernlng free transportation readily
avallaole. Railroads are allowed to
issue passes to officials employes and
dependent members of their fain
llles.
Thomas Newton, preoldent of tho New
ton Beef Co- passed the hat among
the men at the stockyards Thursday
noon, to raise a fund for little Tony
Schemansky, eight years old, who
was run over by a train, his right
arm being badly crushed. Newton
started the subscription with a %&
bilLnMnd the hut filled rapidly. . The
little lad'a father had crossed the.
tracks ahead of the boy and Tony
waa attempting to crawl under a
freight car when the train moved.
The elder Shemansky. with tears In
h • eyes, was bewailing the fact
that he had no money with which to
secure proper care for the Injured
lad. when the stockyards man came
to the rescue. Little Tony Is report
ed aa recovering In Solvay hospital.
He lives at No 206 Thlrty-thlrd-st.
i. pretty baby girl about two months
old was abandoned on tbe front
doorstep of J. N. Throop’a residence.
No. 1206 Fifteenth-st.. early Thurs
day evening, and within a little more
than an hour Its Identity was learn
ed by the police. Mr. and Mrs.
Throop notified the police, who took
the baba to the House of Providence,
where it was discovered that tho
baba had been born there two
months ago. The mother Is a young
girl living on the east side of the
city, and the police have her name
and address, though it Is not likely
that any proceedings will os taken
against her. She Is said to hnve dis
appeared from her home. The babe
will be ca.red for in the Institution
where It was born, and will be held
for adoption. The mother's parent*
live In Ohio, and she had been un
able to care for her child and sup
port herself hers.
IMEALTH DRIVES
WOMAN TO SUICIDE
Mrs. Theresa Sherer Shoots
Self Dead in Home—Hus
band Finds Body
Mrs. Theresa Sherer, 8* years old,
toot herself dead In her home, No.
376 Parker-ave., at 6:80, Friday
Doming.
Her husband, August, who had
risen early, was In the basement,
ending to the furnace when he heard
he muffled report of a revolver, fol
owed by a thud as though a body had
alien to the floor. He rushed up
italrs to his wife’s room but It was
mpty. He then went to his own
-oom and discovered his wife s dead
>ody on the floor, between the bed
ind the wall, with a bullet wound In
he head.
Mrs. Sherer had been In 111-health
or more than a year, and was very
Lespondent as a result. She had been
rented for a long time by Dr. Philip
granger. Her husband and a daugh
er seven years old survive.
Coroner Rothacher decided an ln
lueet unnecessary.
-OOK FOR SLAYER OF
12-YEAR-OLD GIRL
PITTSBURGH Pa., Nov. 29. Coun
y detectives a party of cltliens
oday continued the search for the
ssallant of pretty 12-year*old Lillian
khadle. of Oakhlll. whose nude body
taring marks of a bruial ausck was
ound in a reservoir. The girl disao
eared, Wednesday evening, after go-
Qg to the store to purchase Thanks-
Ivlng provisions.
Discovery of some of the girl s
nokages m a (lump of bushes led
earchers to drain the basin, and find
«r dead body.
' Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR I A
PriaHag D»a» Rlfhi. Tlaiaa
Mattac On* IS Mks l^ai'
EXPOSE OF
CANNERIES HAS
N. YJROUSED
“Little Jack/’ Aged 12, la at Hi*
Tank From 4:30 a. m.
Until 8:00 p. m.
DRASTIC LAWS TO BE
PASSED BY LEGISLATURE
Campaign of Vassal* College
Graduate in Role of Worker
Bears Fruit
NEW YORK, Nor. 29.—Drastic
prohibitory laws, which will do away
with the employment of bablos In the
canneries of New York state, with tho
working of women In Iron foundries
and with the general abuses in con
nection with the employment of wo
men and children will be the first
legislation considered by the Incom
ing state legislature.
Robert F. Wagner, Democratic lead
er of the state senate and chairman
of the commission which has been In
vestigating factory and working con
ditions throughout the state, declared
today that his committee will h\TO Us
report ready soon after the legislature
meets on Jan. 1, and that it will offer
Important remedia] legislation.
, One of the laws will be along fho
line suggested by Miss Mary Cham
berlain, the young college graduate
who has been investigating the can
neries of the state for the benefit of
the commission, that the canneries be
brought under the supervision of the
state department of labor. If this is
done, employes can be worked only
60 hours a week.
In to Miss Chamberlain, it
developed today that other investiga
tors have been working as day labor
ers in the canneries and their stories,
still to be told, will corroborate that
of the young woman. Miss Chamber
lain haa positively sworn lhat chil
dren of from 10 to 16 years have been
worked from 4 In the morning until
8 or 10 at night, and that in certain
other canneries other children, little
babies as young as five years, have
been worked at snipping beans In de-
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Besides beautifying the hair, one
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The Elliott-Taylor-Woolfenden Cos.
H. Trading Stamps With Cash Purchases
A Constantly Increasing Number of People Come
to This Store, Which Proves the Public Has
Confidence in Our Store and Its Announcements
Christmas is Coming, But the Dolls and Toys Are Here
Great news for the kiddles.
Everything to delight the heart
of a little child.
Oamea, Tricks, Mechanical D»-
vlree, Miniature Machines.
See the famous . "'Margaret
who breaks things— Trains, Autos,
and other animals that a tot loves
to maul all day and cuddle up to
In the crib when sleepy time
comes.
Mechanical Taya made for a boy
breaks things Tralno, Anton.
Broncho Riders, Steam Rollers and
ever so many Lions that roar and
Bears that growl, and other ani
mals that "do things."
Bring us ths child ran—ws will
treat tnem right.
Books for Boys and Girls
Bpeclala to Introduco Our New Department
25c Dainty Gift Books
for 15c
Selections from ths writings of
famous posts and authors, con
taining beautiful ssntlments, suit
able for this season's gifts Also
a few of the grand old hymns.
White and appropriately decorat
ed bindings, printed In many col
ors and gold .ami each In a box,
Vt* Greeting* From Longfellow,
Violets to Greet Von, Rose Leavee,
Pansies far Thoughts, A t'hrfat
m*a Taken, Lead Kindly Light,
Rock of Ages, Abide With Me,
>rarer My God to Then, | C.
and many others, all at Iwt
50c Books for Girls at 25c
Carefully selected, written by
popular authors. They are charm
ing stories for girls, well told uni
full of Interest —written by Mrs.
Mead. Ron Carey, Mr*. Whitney.
Mr*. Melesworthi books by many
other good writers will be found
in the lists. Also the Aateaebtl"
Girls and the High hchnol Series |
rubllshsr's price OC
-0c; our price £*%} L
THE DETROIT TIMES: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 191*.
fiance of the agricultural law.
Not only are girls aud women under
pay, Miss Chamberlain has sworn, bn:
they are at times, and In certain
localities, subjected to insult and In
dignities by piale employes.
The woman Investigator, who grad
uated from Vassar, worked as a day
laborer In canneries at Holiy. South
Dayton and Albion, and In the
capacity of a seeker for employment
observed conditions at Hamburg,
Eden, IJver Creek, Farnham and
Fredonia. She carefully kept a de
tailed record of her observations and
submitted It to the investigating com
mission. One significant entry from
this diary aroused the commission as
nothing else brought before It. It
was as follows:
"August 20, little Jack, aged 12, was
up from 3 o’clock In the morning. He
was snipping beans from 4:30 until
10 p. m., with only one-half hour for
dinner and a few minutes for supper.
He saidi ‘My fingers are broke.’ He
went to bed last night at 12 and got
up at 3. He said he had worked
the night before until 12, but went to
bed at 12. He said he was 'awful
tired,’ but hla mother made him work.
Ho tried to go home several times.
Hla hando wore swollen. Hie slater,
aged 10, could hardly keep her eyes
open and her mother ecolded her con
stantly. Jack made $1.40 during the
period from 4 a. m , until 10 p. m. Ho
said that he couldn’t keep any of It.
There were about 75 to 100 children
In the shed, the majority 10 and over,
but about 2!» between five and 10. I
should aay none under five.
“The parents were constantly urging
the children at work. One little fel
low, aged 11, was throwing some boan
snipping* at another. Hie father hit
him brutally across the faoe and set
i him again at work. Everywhere the
parents were forcing children to
work-”
Mrs. Susan Mctiregsr Dn«4.
Mrs Susar McGregor, widow of
James McOregor, who w»aj>resident ol
the Homs Raving* - bank «fcv.d superln*
Undent of tne Michigan Car Cos., 'died
Thursday. In the family home. No. tl"
Jefferaon-ave. Mr* McOrsgor wu II
year* old and had lived In Detroit since
1161. She was a member of the Jef
feraon-ave. Presbyterian church, the
pastor "it which, the Rev. J. Frederick
Fltechen. will officiate In the funeral
services, to be held Saturday morning.
In the home. Two *on* and four
daughters survlva
DERRICK, who will be one of the
new men in the Yankee infield next
summer, Is sure being well touted
among ball players and some man
agers in the Ban Johnson league. The
consensus of opinion seems to be that
Derrick will add a great deal of
strength to the Highlanders' inner
works, something they need very
badly.
purifies and invigorates the scalp, for
ever stopping Itching and falling hair
Danderino la to the hair what fresh
showers of rain and sunshine are to
vegetation. It goes right to the roots,
invigorates and strengthens them. Its
exhlllarstlng, stimulating end life
producing properties oeuse the hair
to grow abundantly long, strong and
beautiful.
You can surely have pretty, soft,
lustrous hair, end lots of It, If you
will Just • get a 26-cent bottle ol
Knowlton's Danderino from aay drug
store or toilet counter and try It «a
directed.
Nearly ull the Dollies have trav
eled from the real Doll Land —far
off Germany, and such a nice, po
lite. dlgnlfled-looklng lot —many of
the "400." Borne have such beau
tiful hair and lovely eyes that
close, s dear little mouth that al
most speaks and all Just as pretty
as pretty can be.
Good-looking red* #4 Dollies
with Jointed bodies, 2Ac to $7.
Celluloid Dolls, lie to it.
Kid Body Dolls, lie to gajig.
Stooklnet Dolls, tI.M to io.!*.
Character Dolls, from all tbs
civilised nations, Sftc to iS.!*.
Will you help us And homes for
these lovely little strangers?
50c Books for Boys at 25c
The same careful attention has
beep given to our selection of
Boys' Books—among them being
the Grammar debool Bora, four
titles; The High Nehool Boys, four
titles; Tom Mmlth and His Electric
Runabout and 14 other Tom dmltk
hook* i Boys of Cnlnmhln High,
five titles; The Onfd»sr Chum*,
five titles Only a few of the large
list Publisher*! price or
Bid; our pr< »■
40c Books for Children. 15c
A series of 25 titles from tne
best end most popular works The
best Juvenile Classics ever offered
at tho price They *re well-prim
ed. <>h go >d paper, with attrsctlvs
bindings; publisher's price ir .
40c; our price...... . IDC
$1 Padded Books at 50c
a scries of aplendld Boeks print-
M on good quality of paper, well
bound, gilt tops, nodded, titles In
gilt. Poets and favorite classics;
publlshsr's price r
•1; our prtce jUC
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French and Willow Plumes
Alterations M t* Alterations
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P n PF Your Last Oppor-
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th
50c Ladles' Dragging
Comb, for Cfts*
1 FREE.-. dfc OwC
25c Belladonna
Plasters, 1 FREE ADU
26c Hydrogen
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10c oz. Lsmon 4% for m
Extract. 1 FREE A ivt
5c oz. Powd. Orris 4% for C/%
Root. 1 FREE dm Dt
26c lb. Bodlum
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10c lb. Epsom O for *
Salta 1 FREE... mm -lUU
rnrr With Each Cut Glass
| ntt""" Silver Top Hair Re
clver at 50c, a Cut Glass Puff
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160 oz. Aromatic for and P
Cascara. 1 FREE dm IDL
10c lb. Cooking for 4
Boda. 1 FREE. .dm IVV
15c lb. Powd. for C
Borax. 1 FREE. 4s IDL
10c lb. Powd. for 4
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16c lb. Chloride for 4
Lime. 1 FREE.A IDL
75c 5-gr. Llthia for J"
Tablets. 1 FREE m IwC
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puia, 100 2 f ° r 25 c
10c doz. 2-gr. Qunline
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10c Harlem Oil, for 4 A
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25c Grove's Laxative Bromo
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150 Little Liver for _
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|WI I I tO• " • Daily 2i.10
■ w 1.000 Seat* 10c.
CARTER THE GREAT
Presenting His Bpectsculsr Illusion
“The Lion’s Bride”
Carter's Bouquet of Mysteries
6—OTHER BIG ACTS—6
DROLLER
THK PLACE YOU KNOW
3 SESSIONS DAILY
10 to 12l 2 to Hi 7 iSO to 10lie
STRAIN SISTERS’ 14-PIKCB
BRASS BAUD.
Morning Sessions, famous Tana- h |
wand* Hr*** H«*4 Organ, SI
Free morning Instructions to 111
beginner*. Ladle* free Mo*dsy IS
and Thursday afternoon *a<l 8 ■
evening*. Only rink In tb* city
ecjulpped with Richardson new If
special tlber wheel, ball-bearing
skates. Spcclali Wed. night. |K
Deo. 4, Leap Year skating party. Im
Souvenirs to everybody I *
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BATURDAY EVENING NOV. 30
JOHN COWPER POWYS
Btrmrd Shaw J. L Chistirtan
Church of Our Father—lMS p. m.
Admission, 60 Cento
SPECIAL chance now
to purchase some extra
quality Overcoats at sls.
An extra large assortment, includ
ing the new belted back, converti
ble collar, long ulster coat or the
more conservative short coat,
slightly fitted and with velvet col
lar—we have every good style at
this price and you are sure to find
just that coat you have in mind at
this special price, $16.00.
SI.OO Per Week
You can buy all your clothing
here and never miss the money, as
we make it easy aDd convenient for
you in our “Dress W’ell—Never
Miss the Money*’ plan. We divide
the account up into small payments
—a payment down and SI.OO per
week.
Men's Suits, Hats, Shoes
Boys’ Clothing
Women’s Coats, Suits
75c Beef, Iron and
10c White A White Headache
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250 Paragon for
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CQCC_ w,th Each 36c Box
rntt—of Linen Stationery
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35c Edwards' Dyspepsia
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26c Kinsel's Tar Balsam,
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26c Cold Cream. for f" _
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Come here after the theaters
for the Best Egg Drinks, the
Best Cream and good service
positively assured you. We are
Just opposite the Garrick thea
ter and handy to all Play Houses
AMUSEMENTS.
DETROIT *•
CHAUNCEY OLCOTT
la th# Kftw I’lay >r Rida Johnson Voun*
•THK ISI. K *0 DRKAMS*
Direction of Hrarr Nlllrr.
NEXT WEEK—J°*
The Famaua Fraaa Lrhar
COM.C OPERA
GYPSY LOVE
Tka Kelgatag London aad American
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FIRST TIME IN DETROIT
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Superior Furs at Inferior Prices
IUOHT Non we are offering more aatonlib*
•ng value* in reliable fur* than the ordinary ro
tallrr can possibly give at the aeaaon'a end. Our
••xtenalve wholesale and mall order buaineaa
help* to make this poaslbla. A tew of the extra
special value* for Maturday all rigidly guaranteed.
For Street and Dresi Wear*.
A fine Broadcloth Coat, with wholeslcin
I’rrnlart Lamb collar and Vo- fOO CO
nctlan lining. A 145 value at..V*lui9U
Luxurious Muskrat Coat
With line broadcloth, shell and
w holenkIn Persian lamb col
our $55.00
Other great values In all the
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Fur Caps and Gloves
Exceptional bargains In exclu
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Os fine Imported Tweeds, etc.
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CI AMY CHINCHILLAS, WITH
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IIKADarARTRRH FOR ALL
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Sweaters. Robes, Gloves, ate.
Exclusive styles not seen else
where.
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WATCHES
JEWELRY
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with our help, from the most attractive display of beau
tiful Diamonds, High-Grade Watches and Artlatic Jew
elry that we’ve ever shown;- and if you knew that we'd
hold your selections for you until you want them, and
then, if you cared to, pay for them In small sums after
Christmas —we know when you learn these things you'll
be quick to take advantage of them. DON'T DELAY.
Elgin, Waltham
or Hampden
Movements, la 14k Gold-
Killed Cases | guaruateed
for *0 years—*2o value,
$11.76
$1 down. *1 u week.
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It's the most lasting gift and al
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men's rings, ear-rings, Btick pins,
etc. Make your selections now
while our stock is at its best. We'll
hold them for you, if you wish, un
til you want them.
Take advantage of the Kuggass
system and pay for your presents
lu small sums after Xmas
ADOLPH ENGGASS
JEWELRY CO.
The Oldest and Largest Credit Jewelry House In Stats.
22 GRATIOT AVENUE
Established 1865. Opposite Hudson's.
AflDirV MAT.IAT.Mf l«|lde
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W ILLIAM A. Bit 4D Y Preseats
GRACE GEORGE
in “CARNIVAL” SmSST
NEXT WEEK—;ei a iTi%u. ow
THE ABORN OPERA GO.
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Singers la tka Maat Humpiui.ua Spec
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V| | FTT*S MAITKRPIM'K,
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apPBSDI BT Festival Week.
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I HENRY WO*DRUFF
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la “4 lles'ilar Business Maa.” Laara
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