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TVu> KroningStoni i m: i«kk \k*i r. ♦ i (' >,J \v W. In< r I 1 !••••! ’it? :tf w» «l h h ..■ •• >jj« i' 1 > • ■ v :*» roll'll i*?»«t ( •<! He h I -’a< | x . and 'lt to -- .. ! t : ii • r:ip|H it and tl>-* ho* i" i«h in »<l in u box Ml wu- •!, fa tin curt man to take* i> v ' ’( • i, rn m; to tin miction mi I In pi H<v l| lit Itur f-oitt vs hi ? i m yi- thin i- tn.it price?' ►lt’’ .thought “It i »ni' « pit y lo sac r,f . .'m whi n tlii'.v's* h« oh it* i I onlv .i yi itr ” Sin i.u. t her breath ttril.v i v. , ( r ' || it i ni* ilmu.* In tin itlli!«i)• nl thi Hour, fin' til uiiilUl' and loom pro •. ‘ siu|i)i n!y .•“ho could not h< hi 'tit ot' tie oji Ifni homo l.d It tin Hill o' In I t hi'H In tln hr* il nit tin hon |i in, ~nt Ho 1 1 *• i- 11 UCtion nt what n v. at into hin] In • n (I' ll* ali< 1 in. n i triii be* titifnl. Aiu ' urni-il nult ldy and w< ti' mu arui h:t Ihf door behind In"' Th n. • if. ; nr* and it- ij- ml I’h rug tv . ni the floor. Iho tahh v. .r, i ■ ,ili «, i loth (*n if. ill, |.i i ivi and that all Me* ni all ■tin :.,s had been r* moved ■ , t dovs n w rarity. 'taring at 1 1*- (i* ii - • ranltitn on Mw window -SI no-re tus no *mi to light the ■ *» ■. i! . Ii! i I! Ks i j't i '' ' h'o' 'Win glow. and ,alt> cheering tin whole Kami Ph laid ti mil'll *t l|i»lll a Hip 111 1 • id.. I*• •« oim a hr ifty Mih - i*i wl , \ ...| W 1 •' It t lirm .■ lift ;n.■' •ad !;f' hid ndm * and i' S Mow i I It I.Hpi'i to and ’ She did not knew They had lo.wd •;o h Other l i dial Ralph- She had In ''O jriad >•> tun v him. The littl* bom-- t»|ih wtli h V.- h,,d plO\ td> and h»T had ..;id to h»M the most ultra" nvi p o ni 'h* world she had Mrljt tii..j-i v . iti'ti from her ork. and Hi* mol height tiling *• with it a r £ , t ,ni t■ i !i w pe l lie,., and nt! ' linen Ralph too. had Riven her a|| 'he motley he cmild pur' vs 'h v> h: h to add to iier tfca*nref. !"vi rv liv hoi been t n w «!* li«*»t. a fr> -h hope a wonderful voting jus Sb- bel been it Ar*t only an ’I and ” i• p • hoiis* si i>['cr hut Hiilph r \. • had ■ Pin pi vin• -«I IT* b"1 i ilea 'hi ir> ad, a.* full of l ot*-- -t - i . puny’* nd tb* *orgv biscuit and 'he Pi in iikf vs i'l good hutnor'i ,;p p. i.itior of '>rr Indu'frioiir if in-uree«ifii| * ffort Looking hark «' th*' p;t‘i >• ir i on* tlai'.r*- - o\ir • hook on« h’i read sh- felt somehow as Iho their poser*> hid be* n most to hl<m. for the prt writ cnndiMnn Sh»* bad » * >-n i amine Sl2 a week wh.n h* marred Ralph and paid out only k . 'if board nd hutttdry wo»v ThH' h ft h**r IT for doth* * and for ainu-> njr nt • It had b-*-n -mfTI len', for her taste . w« re not extrava .•an* She had in * o able to rave a lit t*r ,'nd • hen Ralph cmn tail s* i mat) age on a wet*" hr b and k>d. She bill replied thn» -h» fo'Pd She had not been hon .•ft but then rhe did not know - I; rose: * ,o| o' purred *<> bet that |M awo » t • ant only nine npiee. . 4t id that horn** «xpen-e. nioun* high Win ti her Ilk ~'rw king* gave out • !•« had to ri ulm'-e thmn with <ot ion I' 1 id he. tl the atue w!' i .• vr-ryihmg SotneMnie* they tor" .n douh’ s*»tnetim« when rh • wati'*d *'eak r or dinnet h* had • * Hll "i" I" .11- STie El id tire 1 of * wit l iving and there m m* l*r« •p' t that Ralph would he earn ing more, pert; ip for y» , ar.'* 11.' s had nAt H( tuall) ipiorrel and at ?>re?. on!' gnimhl' and at cm h ,p? •> I P o'* a* i torm lie gin- Th* i rui had been long gather Factory Girls Discard Skirts For Bloomers For Safety and Eflicieney! ” *> r l , et «o * *: <• iT” ■!> «iir 1 wear bloomer* Instead of k lrt •* in a bit, N»»a Vnik ba’ei' Tin* ►rhem* 1 prodm e« efficiency and is ~.ifer than tb< « utnb* i oni*' .shirt, .} » lus iiM;iag<T of (ho fir lit, who UtUoduccd tin id* a t nclo Siiin Helps Working Women Hot Work; Strives to Keep 'i oimu Singers Awny from the Cabarets ( Mil \< .1). Jan h Lurli ■*.- m In' | rear bed oil* h hand to th* girl mu wii i ud* IP vs ho uiiikt do e i nit • t tng to pas to: mu Hr I* on a.id tb* ambition-' -i mu. uu- r -» ho mu 1 ylli,i< hi eahaiet -and datiM- lie i- UU til loiin-ihing turti'v upl Th*-y havi to im taken und'r n■« wing of 11 • i ti ll oil S'.a : • eiiiplus ni.nt *» \k * and mans are erur Iflg good jui -.1 'nil • 11 • u II 1 • tl* I II <mp os lin ei t * 1 1 • .hi •\\ e wall to !<i»-p tin yoiii.c; mu •'ll' Hutlmi* and sounc 'run r, un v* if ii h i oi it" ' or and a w yv from i-abiin t .’ -tv- .Mr* Sophie ing y\)ieii !» I roke ip. r.in '(-lor p itflriirhted '*' (over I!• -. lia-k hr- I t a- • ing f" sh' >-.»i i he vs mild t o li'i' kto Int tyi • writs ■’. I Me - ltd that ahi might |*<u a> | day* they had riot jiok' ii Up ate | a? th> 11 .'a I'-.tn’ < urn itur inuu ( oniv til ~|| • P Sbi \Si-i '■< dt. seti.'t) 1 Iv ti-aring th• botin -trk turc ‘ o j i:i • • g, i rinn i' n ads for the an.- j ;ui!i* e-i iUt work— alunifit—tif- j < otupii.'hi and Winn i;e Ird gi'. inj ass as Mn geranium and rolled th riu and tolded the tahl* • doth th- r * would be nothing n or*' to do. Tin* fury " r tstrenuth vvfih which J (*b> hail hon work in; tor 'wo da* - j tl?-' 1 rt^p.lrtr-d rtt**l -l»*f ♦ -b*~t~ ~ r-hrl-WetH?; i faint, and ttii **rtl>!*- .She- ft a- ‘t an illiie w eoni’iig upon h* r. and -do ihi"u In her feeling, earn- j from i-Mt'-mi wear in* Stnlrlenlj 1 • '■pram; "p :,n, J nnaltbed th? geranlu'iii from ih< window' sill S'* would uk- it (»v. i '»> Mi I’e.tih Mi' I’eio h w iijld b« g xm| to if. \nd -In wo'sld a.'k nu. nue.i-tion.r- S!i* "as f*-; p ttg out of fin loop '' her she .saw mni'.np toward iier up the sfr.-.f thr'* nun. moving slowly <*n man bung leiss-.n th»- other two white faced limp. near a dead weight Th* > ii nn- I to he fit • "".raring bun to take a few mom HjjPfl*. Von're alin"*.t home, ah** heard on** •iy And then h* knew That broken ereriMire with blood on lie fan* van Ralph ’ She Mood holding to tb*- pot of re ran turn a f-u* sup|>ort staling * tha' I. rrif’ * . a- prom h Tl -n r* nlutimi eatin- the power to think and act. Sin turned about and r Int • red tbe hoU-e Slle it the :p iHiilttm down u|ton the table and pulled nut th" i "'n il irotn iho-w »!l. • j - v hint 'her*-,” 'h« »ltd when * hey hn-unlit him in. “Now* on.* ~t \mi (in nu th*- dm tor t| in k *»r b'ran- ' < »r. -f he's not tin-t*- f>r. Skinnfr They’re the nearest S- . brought a bowl of < old ss i l.um Inad of the woniatih dlvitdon of th* t< and( ral employtiK-nt sers u •• < 111< < in a tainted n' mc-i'lit r 1 a gill s Itl I 111'' * i' doubtful - tin 1 inn-"' go. and doubtful as pi iiioi.tl .'tandardr. So tbe l« d* I -li ro IS|( . Ss |i" h b.lj mans unskilled .yrk wotiu-n i,!;d pi ot* lonal vs on -n 1..< - 1 x " nd* 1 its- aid t" it" gtri' in Hu art 'solid \\ . are aid' and b> ill- large.-' < i gniu/.ati"ti of women it* th- **• hits', tin ( o op* ! alls • 1* I'glU '•' t* ♦ t ail' and SiMt.-s emplostiun* • r\n • Then art sj)ou ptauuinent worn-ii in ti i and a tloth and l>« g.m to bath* hi f." . Sin did ti*" ir*utbl' now '-sa-ii th" In-* groan* and me - anM' "Mow w a In hurt" she a*k(d tin man, whom -h« had ui'Vt r m **ii !>• fort alt ho In sv.c- oiU‘ ol Ralph > fellow work. i "lb- belt taught him H» »a ear. h,• 1 don’t ,-*ra what’- l-O' r*. • and him th*.'* * .so days | fold bun lo look ou|hut he s» t• tin and 11m : ret kb*- ’ 11* mad* a ?* i tur ■ If it l.adn t hr-t-n for Tom W« R. w got him out of the way, bu' h> earn-- neat losing ? t arm.” Sin -* t h* ' »i; tiard N b'.in v ;.»>» floated In son lo r »->■• Th ne\t mom on*:! -n- U? ard u vo 1 so ’ Set dow ti. S id.- 11l I" that She felt Hint Mt React had t unit pi t in t inn llu doctor was tint- pte'cntly Rs Hias tmu -In was abb to do h*r pnrt They undres-ed him and hull into bed and set the wren- bed and broken arni and gav iun on -l a in* to m» aln th- pain. , Tin n ilu-y w»nt away and left hun with her N-ght fell. IR lav in his lied with hi* .-vi ih> »-(| i lie light from :h' lamp m tin to\t rroni .*flowed softly over him Sb< km w that he was as tr.u h ah ’r n hi* agony a- if she were not with him. Anti lur heart. Ml bn* broke with pity for him. Sin- sat outside tha doi-r wnfch n? and waitin I* r • • nt'.v that came for which sh*» v ait'-d Sadie"’ he called weakly She win' in Tliit. Sh< bent nvel and look' and into his fm * H< hn ',.-I up into hers And >» they u n rn ! for a moment. "I’m isot'A Kitlila i.i|*.sel thine-* for son " ’ ■ end in H r *»i .• .1 ton -of a man fogev with pain and dr il Slu could not -peak She only laid her hand on hi.s forehead. * \nd no insurance • ither.** In* aii’hed T. ar roM'-d out of hi* eve.*. Hi put lip hi* ft't *• hand to wp tlo m away "Oh, find if only I'l hen killed outright he obbed Suddenly *in un- on lur ktu-e. be .id< him, h« r arm user him. he** lip* on his in mu h a kiss as -Ji had never given him "Run.' *h breathed ’ Ikui't h< o wf> ked. ft.irling ilon t you s< i thb* had to he to Mop thi foop h tbm we wen- doing lie appeared to ponder "Say. !, hadn't though* of ihat,' h» mnr' .mi* red. They kept alienee cheek to < be. ,* for a Htt!* while Then she heard him frving *n laugh 'tf 1 am broken. I gut *.' out lov.- r mended." he whispered Makes Money Easy ,M \\ 11 \T 1 \\. Kan Jan 1C Kl Dorado is the IIK'.I lively fTrw.p in Kan a *tu''' i: L I itXiuttrick who i*pent a day teeenlly at th.- Muller county oil (own ’\ Mr i lrav of l-,*l liorndo iHmght n t'kacr* h a.**- months ago for svn.'* 'fi'il Mr. Klt/patrlck. **M» old one half Interest In it a few w» »k.- ago to a syndicate for Ifi.b "Uu. Then hi sold tin oHier half interest fnt lit.;,,umi That made him Jl.inuuo Iti an Jk" |n\t Httm-nt The land I three mil*-: vv• • t of town Tln-y are oavlng stn-'t. and bnildin. m w t. nu see all oyer Kl ITorado." Bright Eyes Indicate buoyant health. When the eyes arc dull, liver and lxi\v« els need regulating. Quickly restore healthy conditions u th a dose or two- in time of BEECHAM’S PILLS |*>c**« Sot* o# Aor In th* * V .rid. a«Mf «ki«. In boot, IU«., 1 | DETROIT TIMES H . " '•t. /< l ion Ma ir of t hene wi.tiu', . t.ga inti fiiiint-r.s for home prograiii* "I • !uh or lodge affairs.” '! 1"- ii r- r I* no' tin n/ily girl I o Satll ; t ai l. • elite of in Hit bigg'- t inploy nut" . bureau in Mi* ol id ' < I nit* *i st,.t* employ* ti-t tit .• r i« • Mat" positions are idled . v day Tht occupation* ti applieat’i.’t run Ironi scrub ii o chotd 11 aching. Th* *r u has branches in many ( in N.-i'her the worker seeking pc- >» n->r tl" employer seeking a w' * i pa * i: n> f* • to I’ncle Sa m. isi:s(;i:rm-lai)EN NEEDLE ON BOY WINNIPEG, M»D.. Jan 12. Win nip> ' |oh - ar looking for a • ■ t an wlm a.-t week jabbed * pm iii'u th- lip of a small boy on tht street Tin- ltoy tb-veioped .-carl* t fever i- la-v in a pneariou' eontl!- ’ ii ii i- tin son o! a proiuTm nt :■! in now a t "»• front, and wa - v .HI.-eg "n t'ti** o’ ’ln- main w: h I 'ter wtnn the mysterious 'in • J l * "in- ' anproachetl I’ l-et in - lie \ i the man Is a maniac 1 1 0 < fome in'o jiossessinn of !■' riu of (!•■;,tliy disease-, and h*' is n ’it in. * bildrt-n i Calls .Man the “Eternal Destroyer!" A&l. a ■ ’ f Yvurrr guilqf&t M;ui i 11" eti rnai dt-Mrny-i .tnd Aoman, tin nurs* , must -avt civil Tatum trout him. *ays .Mine Yvettt (iullbert. 1-Ten' h opera singer and suffrage t singing and lecturing in this country. 11"- present woman" she says. ' mint '-Hlire that lu r only ind* with observation car “THE SOUTHLAND” Scenic Hoofr, tia Louisville & Nashville Railroad leave* Cincinnati 8.00 a. m.. daily, arrive* Jacksonville B.JO a. m.. nr.vt <Uv Caine** through aleeprr from Grand Rapid* Mondays and Ihursdiis 8.40 p m., over G. R. (s' I. Ry., via Cincinnati. A**r«« *iwh tinirn to th* ICeuttlul o*ill Cohl Rnortt. N*» Orlnm, Mobile, Pr •« Cuba arid Central America. Stop-overa at Mammoth Gave and other fate It. , w Aak for illustrated folder*, a lee per reservation*, etc. WUffSTtl H L Trav. fW Agt. t. Is?/., k'< ?B 10*5 Maieat*. Building lietroit. Michigan ‘ Phone Mam 5049 Q f or 1 WOMEM ? " - i 55 -tit Can a Young Man Who Has Never Earned Money Make a Good Husband? All the happim-s.* oi falling in h»\t and getting married was Netta Holt’s while it lasted Today, at 14. with a hu*band and yet without n husband, she is aid" from th*- bit tefnoss of her own experience to fell other girls some of the things a husband i* not. (in*- year ago N’etta Barnes met Herbert Holt and the two fell in love. Netta was very happy with her lover because their tastes were *imilrtr they were both fond of so ciety and pleasure, dancing spof’x at th** country club, and motoring Tin* most delightful part of their association for th*- girt tn love was ♦ hat slit- could enjoy -*o much of her lover s company, since voting Holt , had leisure none of the rest of th« young men N>t»a knew could boas*. Hence the courtship flourished un der propitious circumstance* and tame rapidly tn a happy climax. Young Holt’s stepfather had died when Herbert w.i 17. leaving a gen erou* legacy to his widow Herbert w.i' the only child, and his moth er- natural iff cMmi was t mpha find when he became her only male ‘‘protector." She lavished her af- section on her beloved «on as only th* mother of one **on can While Herbert W.ts welt educated, his whims cam*- before the sterner and *- mand* of life, and the indulgence of his mother gave him a latitude not t-njoyed h> other young nien Netta Knew Thi explains why, when Hills Ncvtns. 27, was a flour ishing bank cl* rk. supporting hi« mother; when Rob Sanders. 27. owned his own motor business and bought a house for his bride, that Herbert Holt. 27. had never earned a dollar in all his bappv lift* More over, h" nad no training by which V»e < ould earn a dollar. He drove his own motor his mother had given hit ■ < "• «ed at the top of the fashion and entertained Netta lavish ly on tii*- allowance from his mother. Nett, nnd Herb* rt eloped. He thought that th- l>f**t way After a brief w*-dding trip, measured by the amount of money Herbert happened to have m hi pocket, they went home to the new mot her in-law. The pendente nnl> liberty, only strength lo b< obtained at .ill roM*. consists in her option of pr*v«ntiug her off spring from being destroyed in the prevention of war. Women will de vote .10 year* lo the making cf a tnnn and he will tak* 80 aeconda for she killing of a hundred men." Py MANY i . WALTER «rnnvri*M ,»l t by M K Walter • older woman was completely taken by surprise She was astonished. She was inuignant “How «ould you think of marrying my son wbm he has no way of sup i porting you?" she demanded Then to llerhert, “How do you «’.xpect to j support a wife?" Herbert was staggered. He had j measured his mother's generosity by th* past acd taken it for granted. He took his bride to live in a cheap furnished flat and made out on the j limited allowance his mother still 1 let him draw front the hank, lu i year u child was horn to Nett* In ail that year the husband of 27 made no * (Tort to establish himself iu any tort of work He depended on his mother as h* alwa> s had. With the struggle of making the allowance of one cover the support of two and. maintain an establishment separate from htr> former luxurious home, with nothing to take up his time, de ptlved of his old pleasures and ex travHßance*. the glamor of vounr love faded. Herbert s treatment of his wife went from unklndnes* to brutal neelect. A month aftei her baby came she went home penniless to her father and mother. When Netta sued Herbert for sup port of her child, the Judge who heard the case scored the delinquent husband and fa*her in these words: "The man who reaches 27 without having earned a dollar In his life Is a risk as a husband But when he has spent those 27 years as a male parasite on an Indulgent mother, there should be a law making It a penal offence for him to assume the duties of matrimony and father hood'" Babbit Bites Mall Carrier. ST. LOUIS, Mo, Jan 12. The St. ( lair county rabbit:, arc cot too proud to fight. according to Cotton Jones, a rural mall carrlef, of l>eb anan. 111., who Is otlll limping from u wound Inflicted by a ferocloq.-* cot tontail. which dashed at him out of an undergrowth and bit him on the leg Jones wasn't "doin’ nuthln'. neither.” tut peacefully delivering mail for the United States govern ment. KiKlt 400 Elk Near Yellowstone. LIVINGSTON. Mont.. Jan. 12 Hunters have estimated that 400 elk were killed Just outside the northern boundary of Yellowstone National park during the last two days of the hunting season Heavy snowstorms of the last week drove hundreds of the elk from the moun . tainous regions of the park Into low i er altitudes. H TN ADVERTISING it is not the I amount of ink used but the place A where it is put; not the amount of circulation but the place where it goes.” Six Months ago The Times published, exclusively in Detroit, the advertising of Ingersoll Watches— This advertiser selected the one newspaper in each city which stands above all others for honesty and cleanliness both in news and advertising —in Detroit The Times was selected. The Times produced results - it was the biggest spring season the Ingersoll ever had in Detroit. Months Passed and The Times was again selected to carry the Ingersoll watch copy. The pulling powsr of advertise- By rejecting thousands of lines manta being affected by the char- of objectionable advertisements, acter of other advertisements in The Times *.s building a newspaper the name paper, makes it im;*era* of character and influflence which tivs—if the fullest «ticress is is welcomed in the homes of dis achiered—to select those news- rerning, prosperous people, papers which have the moral cour agt to refuse obiectk nable or mis leading •drr r Using o s rAT local advertisers also appre ciate the policy of The Times and the great pulling power of the paper, is shown in the fact that The Times carries more real estate dis play advertisng than any other Detroit daily. And Sttll Eggs are High. CHARLESTOWN. W Va.. Jan 12. - Klossio Is the narco i4 a Rhode Inl and red hen owned by L. I*. White, a farmer <>f Hlrch Hun, Kam.wha county She ha.* laid an egg every cay for tao months, each of which is .ouch larger than the ordinary *gg Th* last :ind largest of these measured h 1-2 in< he* the long way around and 7 Inches In ‘he ether largest nreumferepe*'. KiOhsU- Is less than on* year old His Idea of an Alibi Th** lawyer You say your de sense will I. at’ alibi? 1 suppose you ur«- pr* paid to prove you were at some oilier pla* <• v\h*-n the crime was committed? The Suspect Nope I was right on hand, bn' ftn going to he some plao* *|p* when th** offlceis try to find u.e White Sale ot FURNITURE! V \ ' "■' "44 & • q»l f r X _ _~_Jj Igl * * , *T -J ’ ,l ii l"* _1 j Matched Bedroom Suites Now is the time and this is the place to . buy white and ivory bedroom suites. A* h least 100 different designs in plain anti f A X I 1 decorated enamels go in the Sal** tomor- %/\/ yI V row. The prices range from EASY CREDIT 13.75 Bedroom Chairs.... $2.95 $5.75 Bedroom Rockers. ,$4.50 $8.75 Dressing Table Benches $6.75 6.00 Bassinettes $4.95 ; - 4 HBKM.iI Dr. Ignatz Mayer K< tr «*«»•* i •*■> Physi* inn and Sur*n.>n F.i I naively In the Cure of Rupture without d*trnll«n fr<>>n udupu tiun Established li* years in the »am*- 801-2-.V4 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. I or. stilr mill «.rla*»*»l*l *it». Iltllir llour» 10 t*» l-‘ to 4. Saturday ami Sun*ta> I** to 18 $27.50 Dressing Tables. .. $22.50 $8.50 Iron Beds $6.00 $15.00 Reed Chairs $12.50 $27.00 Reed Floor Lamps. $22.50 PAGE 3