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PIROUGH WITH BOO,’’SAYS MARIE P MRS. TITCOMB I Then Actress Daughter Faints as Mother’s Police C ourt Examination Ends WOMAN AGAIN HELD ON BURGLARY CHARGE ■Hearing Is Formal Affair, Only l%ree Witnesses for Prose cution Being ( ailed fc Mrs. Emily Tltcomb. alleged day light burglar, w ho ha* been "dubbed by the police, "The Igtdy ot tbo Fit* was bound over to th° recorder’s court, for trial, after n hearing before Justice Gainey, Fvtrtay, on a charge of day night burglary of the Henry apart monte. No. 10ft Henry-st. Mrs. Ti (comb did not have a fit. Filday, but her beautiful daughter. Marie, who is If* years old, and a dancer anti singer, contributed a faint ing spell to the proceedings. Maj»io has been ‘ missing for some weeks. Humors of an estrangement between her and her mother were e rife. The young woman was In court, ■Friday, however, and stated that she *had been In a hospital suffering from inorvoua breakdown, for two weeks *4 Mrs. Tltcomb was overjoyed to see her daughter, who hail been unable to alt in the court room during the '.trial. hut took a sea* on a bench lu the hall. As Mrs. Tltcomb whs led to -V.be jail, and passed Marie, the mother cried a little, stroked Marie's hair, and .aaid she was awfully glad to see her. ' ‘ Marie grew very pale, and she mut tered, "Mother, I am through with you." Then Bhe reeled and fell in a 'flint. '** Mrs. Tltcomb was hurried over to Nto Jail, and pbyatetaus revived Miss aria. : The hearing waa a very short and .formal affair, only three prosecuting fitnesses, being called, aud Mrs. Tit _cpmb failing to take the stand Patrolman Amiable Coats of the fly ;’lhg squadron, told of arresting Mrs. Tltcomb lb the apartment of Mis*| flfcdle McTttggert. and of finding In j > tor possession clothing stolen from • the apartment of Miss Frances Hich-; l mond. thecomplainant fL ..Mrs. Cynthia Shannon, who man ages the apartments. testified that she was Instrumental in capturing Mrs. Tltcomb, when she heard strange foot-j «|spß in Miss McTaggert s room. Mrs. Tltcomb will now go to the j recorder’s court for trial, for the sec ond time. 'Once before she waived her police eourt examination, was arraigned «tu ( recorder’s court, but changed attor- 1 nays, and also her mind, when called tSr trial. She asked to he Bent back \ police court examination, and the rtquect waa granted. IOADsTeFUSE ! -—TO ARBITRATE Various Managements Unite in! £ . Harking: Back to Predic tion of Crisis NEW YORK. May 2.—The wage dis pute between the managers and repre sentatives of the conductor* and train men of the eastern railroads assumed 1 more serious aspect today when the! managers flatly refused the proposal of the employes, that the differences be arbitrated under the Rrdtnaii act. j Representatives of the 100,000 con-, ductors and trainmen advanced the , proposition late yesterday. In their | reply the manager’s committee assert- ! ed when they agreed to arbitrate with i the firemen the public was warned that a crisis would confront them when the conductors’ demands were considered. GIVEN STIFF FINE FOR ABUSING HORSE Gustav BtAga, a driver for the Mc- Vlcar company, was fined |2H. with 1 the alternative of serving 30 days. ! when Justice Stein found hi nr guilty, Friday of cruelty to his horse. Agent Fitzpatrick, of the 8. I*. C. A. testi fied that Binga beat the horse with the butt end of his whip, in most brutal fashion. Justice Stein, Impos ing the heavy fine, said be was going to make an example of Binga, who waa unable to pay, and went to Jail. SHERIFF SAYS HE CAN’T FIND MRS BLYTHE * Sheriff Oakman reported to Judge Van that he was unable to lo cate ifra. DDella lluker Blythe to ■errs Jhe habeas corpus papers on her in connection with her alleged kidnap ping of her 10-year old daughter, Eve lyn aUtt her husband, fh*d Blythe, whom “the married two days after be lug dtWrred from Edward Huber,' her llrot lUtfeand Mrs; Btythr declares FIRST WEEK-END EXCUR SION TO BUFFALO. Saturday, May 3. 5 p. m.. via D. & C line steamer Eastern State*. All it costs is $4 Round Trip, and you will be back in time for business Monday. You’ll enjoy this trip. AMUSEMENTS. BASE A. K*TiS Field MMT MATUROAV Bzl Dotrott v*. •*- r* * «• * j»w Chicago r Cmmrn CslM mt Mr. M. BOLT FROM CLEAR SKY, SAYS L MOHR N’o explanation has reached here. Friday morning, of the action or Vos?- niaster-Oeneral Burleson in dismis sing from the servi/e J. .1 Ijtnuour. who has been in charge of the eastern LIBRARY AND LIVING ROOM REED FURNITURE ran ngpf Sam JHHL You Want a Real ■Hi VZAr «and "* HOME. Then why not have it?. THE DAYLIGHT STORE, with it* complete stocks, its f J u«. t’»sh or 91.00 a wo.k prices and LIBERAL TERMS, is ready to meet your every single home requirement, ready to extend Heed Chair or Rock, to 1 qn Liberal Plan of paying for your homefumishings and arrange all that you may have a home of your own. o * r # gjj« ilavv Come in tomorrow and talk it over. pteo*» of r*»a Pur. :ittur«* at a savin* of one* mm w Special Home Outfits on Special Low Terms This Week >6.50 V Pamii Three Complete Rooms Four Comptae&oomi Five Complete Rooms FoCII <*,»*»*—*•*.«■*. A.. our or «*««*. Ana,. kdj| Wk J that 1s rsqulrsd for Utreo rooms furnishings for four roaoa Bad room. rooms Bedroom. Dining Room, Par- wm * VaaaMM Bedroom, DUxing Room. arp Dining Room. Parlor Sap lor. Living Room and #|PA lAMtlfi TeimS ss-r* 1 505 sj;"-- -r *95 ssr .—" *l5O IcIUIS OPEN AM OLD ACCOUNT. PAY AS TOU CAN rk HR hmm — Ml, I. Ur. mi — (Mh 1 mthn— —j-r —rir —w, ,h.w HMH Dan. A M.d, of mum. oak Ovol or MurU . ■' HIIUV -on .nr roM.n FronoJ, n«,r- onto, «rrtrn. .a. o. roM Bnfrr.-H«r. I, • 0a.1.n A ... roonr «lntn« room a UUfO nmrh. Hat Aonon ror QuArrrood o.k or,, mirror: On# .OAT bo.nnfo! ColmUAl ■mmh 1 M «-«.rr tjz «: _ »2fl 1 - - iss ‘13.73 *18.,3 m fl ra,A, pnn’l roafna* MSi wtth Btm* Bada — A l-tnoh cmrf ttru«ua poat Iron Rads— WThlta all Iron Bad— A iplraAlA Saatgn. Ornwi , h , rhaoo kln4 Thla la a Braaa BoU. on* that will last, for ataaa Extra haavy ralla aad whlta anamal or any rolor. Wa ihow^^ J ,xr.nssrrxv:.. sisso n*o o* .. a C waak° r . $3.75 floor Spaclal pr 100... •'.‘...SSJO^^^ Our Davlieht Rue Room Parlor Furniture All Detroit Made Gaa Ranges a a n t „ O'" "~m fk~~— *wawr—av Tfcaaa Ko-otooplna Oaa Sarin* Cab- CnAAII tin kj vs lir Kuc: '’> IVBHqYI 11( ram HI fl IT JHM V\ ln*t Ran*aa arr far auparlor U> Special .uyi. R h, 1.5. W"■ '>"' mihftV 9 h IWII laTH for any rug SIOO a week uMssJIIHIBH :,r Saturday A 2* W~H IHV * A. $25. $lB. graiße'B s.v.nrr I %iiiHii^g» HAMMOCK aq * l^rgc nnd back—artyust ti any UilQ i’ccd —special price W Afl ittttiUkliLV'.* •r•• II I 'ij ' 'JJJJ '•* '-'••J ‘ * WATItfXa UVB. ■— A. Ugy .■ . ■ ..A AAA.. « i-A-A-A-j-t UAI « a.» »A« »4.« A.«A .. district of Mi< higau as poatofllco in appetor. Mr l.annour, who has Just return* and from a trip to ('hlcsgo. waa a* his desk in the l>e»roit office. his papers, in view of the faet thai the order takes efteci a* once. "I haven’t anything lo sa> about ihe matter." he said, when questioned. ‘‘Yes. I received the notice yesterday in the form of a telegram, but no ’reasons or details were given. 'lfiiey Saturday-A Sale of IS*.CO ATS $12.50 A Special Purchase of 200 of Usual S2O Value A thorouphlv attractive group «>t in coats *>t the most distinctive diaractcr, aud though featured at a very low price they will be found fully up ti» the lb SIKGKL C (L'S STANDARD. More than a score quite different from any to be seen elsewhere, embracing coats for gen , eral wear,l water trips, traveling, outing and motor ing. Full-length, three-quarter and jacket models, made up from new serges, wide wales, eponge. diag onals, taffetas and fancy novelties in black, navy blue, and fashionable shades. Every novelty in trim mings is shown in a profusion of popular Ideas that will give you a wonderful Inviting choice at this low pries; fancy button trimming, self or peau de cygne yoke lining. Every coat is stylish and artistic ami the lady who secures one will De getting as great a coat value as was ever put forth. The sale is for all day \\ ednesday. BUT COME IN THE MORNING IF PoSSIRLE, FDR joo SUCH COATS AS THESE WILL NOT LINGER. Second Floor. 6.|iEGEL@ THE DETROIT TIMES SATURDAY. MA Y 3, 1913. will corn** later I? was a bolt out of the cleat *ky ru far us I was c6n -1 cerned." "Tills job is the only thing 1 have 1 ever done." he said ! have befu '.n J tii** service ev *>r since 1 started out to do for myself, 4L* years ago." • \o word further tnan 'tie hnre * notice of the action taken has < onre !to m*- *a. ( t Postmaster Homer War rer ‘I no knowledge of any I grounds for it, ami on th** other hand I iiave alwavs considered Mr l.armour jan exi’ellettt officer. lie is very i familiar vvith the affairs of the work. |as you would expect from his 4? ! years’ experience." I other officers about th** building [were equally free in expressing their surprise. The place held by Mr I. carried with It a salary of 11. with traveling and hotel ex i prunes. "For flje good of the service,** is STORK OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL TEN O’CLOCK The Modern Ideal “Rood ladltldaal Tailoring at the price of \on-ladl*ldual Head 7 made” 7! i Absolutely the best suits to order at *ls » Absolutely the best —and that means better than any- gardless of your experience or inexperience as a buyer you may unfailingly depend upon better value here than anywhere else. And everything we make is guaranteed —with a full sense of responsibility. Our goods wear; our making wears. ’Tho Book of Men’s Fashions”— with handy quick-reference correct-dress chart—free. ▲II rlothea made by ua preat and kept la repair free of charge for oae year. Dry cleaning (aulta aad overcoat*) |l. ’“Bialishllaflk Mills (Ed * TAILORS AND WOOUN MERCHANTS 220 and 222 Woodward Avenue MAIL ORDERS —We make quickly and fit perfectly. Write for self measurement blank and samples'. tho official explanation given by the department for (.armour's dismissal. TUBERCULOSIS STILL LEADING DEATH CAUSE WVSHINGTON. May 2.— The "whits plague" still claims a greater death toll In the l f nited States than miy other disease, according to mortality statistics made public today by the census bureau. In the sn-caJled "reg- istratlon area’* embracing HO odd states, tuberculosis in 15*11. brought death to s»4,:*u:> peoplo— a death rate of I&SS* per thousand Organic dis cuses of the heart acre ancoud In tho grim toll, elairnlna a (loath aserag* of 140.5*. Tho typhoid fevar rat® waa HI. RinlMM-llkf Print In*. No *<»•■ no feathpr*. The plain, neat kind lost iooks riallt. Time* Printing « .lohn R.-st Ph. Main im or City 13»*. where else —because at the price we offer only trust worthy all-wool goods and conscientious tailoring. It would he easy (as most “cheap tailors” do) to pad the assortment by the addition of deceptiv cotton-mixt or shoddy-stuft fabrics; to use cheap linings; to skimp costs by steam killing instead of cold-water spong ing and not shrinking linings and in terlinings at all; and to further “cut corners” by slighting the tailoring— and not caring whether or not we sold you a second time. Irrespectiv of price, fabric or fashion and re- Serges THERE are some very special value* In blue serges in the SIS range. Not thin, sleasy, smudgy. 5* and lu u 2 goods (a» will be found elsewhere), but cleanly dyed, firmly woven fab rics weighing 12 to 14 ounces to the yard, and like all our goods sure to gl\'« thoroly satisfactory n ear.