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wefc^.. ea ssr w^Caei.. . _ n *% n th bJ|ttu of th< Marn# shows dead eoldiere of the oreck regiment of the Prueelan goarda. The retreating Oermena left behind them a heat of dead—the woods HUfiapii ovT * and fields and dltchaa are littered with bodies. RDgis|l ralN IS* But SHE SUES ■pBSUCCOR lacident Occurs In Mm, of Myrtle Fisher Against Dr. Viertel mm, tmmZ *\, latter rushes to gg. PLAINTIFF’S AID ■' ' Av* - *■ ' jr, ’yJL ?* |||fffr4riiin mness Results In Trial SvPff Slander Suit Going Over TUI November j||§/ the girl plaintiff in the case tun tength on the floor of .: -■ tiff* Hally's court and the aged d«- physician working to re pMT. the case of Myrtle Fisher vs. Viertel came to an abrupt BHHpiPnsaday morning. caae la the rehearing of a trial winter, wherein a Jury gave a #g£Mpet lor IUOO to the girl*, who had suit or slander against the Phyalcian. claiming that he had wtf ® ®nd others that the girl ill||p4 Offered to kirn him. An appeal order for anew trial from W§§§M|ftMir«me court. * Sg&l&iSWNltf. the girl’s mother went on to testify. Miss Fisher, who ■ JEMMS o*d and pretty, sat behind on one side of the law table and Dr. Viertel sat on the «MSPSo mother was being grilled the lawyer for the defendant. suddenly gave a slight and slipped from the chair to boor. * Dr. Viertel sprang to his llplpfP - end ran around the table and MaHikn baa fainted.” he said. “Help WMBSgkM her out of here.” Another a friend of Dr. Viertel. as Wmm* blm and court officers to carry to a cot Vlartel did not continue his at as the other physician was to ,ook a,ter hrr [t developed WmMm*** Fiaher was in a more seri- BUHlmaOßdition that was at first sup case was put over until IMllpamhar by Judge Hally, and the P§p3j# was dismissed. The girl was re to her home in an ambulance. other cases are pending acalnst Kwr physician, growing out of his remarks after the first trial. ||lftl addition to new suits by the girl ||Opff bar mother one oP-tfifelr witnesses died suit. All allege slander. STEALS GIFTS § FOR SWEETHEART Richard’s Infatuation With Cleveland Girl Makes Him i’ Rob Employers lHhpllw» Richard, the dapper 19- Nheoid clerk arrested. Monday after- Ulla. tm. 0 charge of stealing mer- KttM from Tuttle A Clark, by pKpl be was employed, has a sweet Met tt Clereiand. and Rlchardu In Ptoatlon with this girl Is blamed tor MS downfall. *, V Wy t Ilia youth indignantly denied that Kfeaa.-r.x , a about that rule girl in Cleva h.'Ud?" ssked Detertive Mono van. , kJ chard'■ calmness deserted him ailed with tears and he sank Me a chair. Then he told the officers lIRbS away gifts, taken from the Emt of Me employers, which he had Sbl the girl. It l<* also alleged that K eellected money and failed to ar- MBat for It to hit employers. A Martl|l Os fSB lias been discovered Ml youth is charged with embezzle liimuhr NOT STOLEN mSSlmi Troiri Chatham. Ont., effbrta of Detectives Mo»t 'Oeeeyan (O solve the disjto MBMpr'’Of Jewelry valued nt |-.n ■ g§||f Mk.,.htesmcr City of Detroit h fHQHMMr was owned by Mrs Morgan, of Akron. O Sh*> ■> W dad In a handler had hidden under the MM, Os Mo. Iff Kast Orand Madonna’s Image Spared From German Shells l&L. ~~*i t vEll. ~'.M.. ... . •>» | . . Jig •■ y ' '**' Tl * ■ ’>','*'••. v f l ? 7 r .' <* r *' i •r ' '' * U Madonna's image In a convent at Tarmonda, apared el moat miraculoualy from tho German oannonadera, part «f the twlatad iron roof has fallen within a few Inches of tho Imago. _ _ • bird., brother of Mrs Morgan, receiv ed the telegram, which read: "All a mis taka. Found Jewelry among my baggage.” , ■■■ ■-■■»■■» Train : Victim Identified. The woman killed by a train at Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind Too Have Always Bought, and which had hoea In nee for orer 80 years* has borne the signature off SI? . aonal supervision since Its Infancy. w4df4< Allow no one todeeelre you In this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and •« Just as ■good 99 are hoi Experiments that trifle wrftth and endanger the health of Infants and Children--Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare* gorle, ikrops and Soothing Syrups. It If pleasant. IC contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kareotlo substance. Its age Is 1U guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty rears II has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation. Flatulency* Wind Colie* all Teething Troubles and IMarrhora. It regulates' the Stomach and Bowels* assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sloop* The Children’s Panacea— The Mother’d Friend, N GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Id Use For Over 30 Years Th# Kind You Have Always Bought ym eewr.ua ssweawv. new ro*m cm. it ■ , I *CV7' : *<* « iu ■ f nwi 7f f»pi i UtT'-' - ■ ■ TV* irff n THE DETROIT TIMES. WEDNBSDAT. SEPTEMBER 30, 10U. Vlnewood-avo., and the Grand Trunk tracks, Monday afternoon, while pick lag coal, has been Identified as Mrs. Ludwlcki Klimowtcs, 66 years old, of No. 1164 Twenty-fifth-sTy**** . > The Egyptian rice crop la a failure. SANDY THANKED THEM. ALL RIGHT PARIS. Bopt. IP. —A Gordon High lander recently attracted attention at the Qare du Nord. He was In fine hu„ mor, although ho had bean wounded In the aide In the fighting on the Marne. Ho had a sword In hjs hand which, ha explained, he had captured from a Uhlan directly after the Ger man had struck him with It, and be had shot his assailant dead. *■ Some woman of the French Red Croee on their way to tho front eanght tight of the Scotchman and hurried up to see If he was badly hurt. An animated conversation followed. Tho Highlander, anxious to express bis gratitude to the French Florence Nightingales, hesitated a moment; than he ktssed all of them on the cheeks. The crow cheered delighted ly and the auraea were not In the least abashed. Spain yearly Imports chemical fer tilisers worth 110,000,000. THE UNITED SAVINGS BANK or Detroit *k; **r Strictly a Savings Bank »■.■■■! I ■ I , I ■■ —I! OMffffff p||gdtbfi * | Frank k UluiA ■ President Frank B. Inland fl Fr#d M. Warner, Vlc«-Fr®«id*nt Albert F. Peck Henry M. Ztmmtrmtnn. Vlce-Pres. Henry W. Standsrt Charles B Cromer. Cashier Fred If. Werner 1 James R. Barkham Asat. Cash Ur Henry M. Zlmmermann Leverne Bassett. Attorney Laverne Bassett Capital ttoek • 600,00000 . Surplus and Undivided Profits IMJO6.iI .Additional Stockholders' Liability. 500,000.00 Assets, over 6,000,000.00 Interest at per annum PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS rrATOMBWT SHOWING GROWTH OF DEPOSITS AND ASSETS ‘OF THIS BANK DlfttNO TUB LAST SLBVB.t YEARS AE THEY APPEAR ON THE RECORDS OF THR STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT. February «, 1903 /.% 20iT710.4T $ 104.662.81 January 22, 1904 C. 340,868.1 T 460.469.56 January 11, 1906 472,606.67 188,612.16 January 26, 1606 .TTTe........ 863.266.66 688,736.46 January 26, 1907 * 1,372.306.29 Ml l .|»H| February 14. 1908 1,459,47443 1,720,313.60 February 6. 1909 1,670.566.43 1,946,180.99 January 31. 1910 2,293.782.36* 1,666,106.46 March 7, 1911.... 2.679.618.30 8.008,760.89 February 30, 1912 3,294,426.73 3.647.697.48 February 4. 1611. 4,036.204.66 4,4t6,0t1.tf January 13. 1614 4.682.666.62 6,174,140.66 September 12. 1614 4,682,400.48 6.381,806.64 «———ms—r—■mw^—i —i It Is worthy of attention to note that tho resources of this benk consist entirely of Munlolpal Bonds, Real Estate Mortgage* and Caah on hand and In banka. THE ONLY STRICTLY SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY Open Monday Evanlnga from f to t o'clock. Bond for Book tot "Banking by Mall" ' 204-208 GRISWOLD STREET REPORT OP THE CONDITION THE UNITED °SWINBS BARK At Detroit. Mick. ▲t the close of buolne** Soft. It, I*l4, so colled for by the Commissioner of the Bonking Deportment: RESOURCES. Bonds, mortgage* and se curities. vis 94,421,139 SI Dus from othsr bonks end banker. 142,641 78 Item. In transit.. 17 10 Du* from bonks In rsservs cities 1401,140 14 Exchanges for ' olsorlng house 0,064 80 0. S. and No tional bonk currsncy ... 70,402 00 Gold coin 229.112 80 Silver coin.... 184 98 Nickels and cents 90 90 Total 86.291.108 80 LIABILITIES. * *». | soo.cqo oo Surplus fund Undivided profits, net 89,208 If SoVUlgo deposit* (book oc cougqfT. •. 7. t. .:.. o.ioi.nt f» Sav|/iga certifirots* of ds pooft 622,710 It Total 88.291.101 00 Stats of Michigan. County of Wayne, ss: I, Char Isa B. Cramer, cashier of ths above named bank, do solemnly swear that ths above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and corr*c»’y represent, the tru* stat* of th* several matters thsreln contained, as .hown by th* books of ths bank. „ UHAitLfoP CRAM EH. Csahlor. Wubßcrlhpd ao4 *worn to bgfor# mo ,h„ ~.h Notary Public. My commission expire. April 1. 1918, Correct—Attest: A P PECK. ILKNRT W. STANDART. frank b. leland. Directors. REPUBUCANS GATHER FOR ' • STATE CONVENTION kalamazoo! Mich.. Sept 28 Republicans from all over the atate began reaching Katamasoo this morn ing, to attend the state convention, which will be held here tomorrow. Chase Osborn, candidate for governor, la already here. In honor of Mr. Os born, Kalamaioo Republicans have planned many affairs, baginning with a reception ami luncheon tonight. To morrow nlghf the Kalamaioo county Republican committee will give a ban quet for ex-Qov. Osborn. This ban quet will be attended by about 160. There are 102 members of the county committee, the largest active county organisation In the state. Other speakers tomorrow night will be Washington Gardner and former Gov. John T. Rich. | Rartiw ltk> PHallig. No fuss end no feathors. The. plain, neat kind that looks right. Hmm PHattac Ca. 1* John IL-st. Phone Main 14SS. firffll EXCCLIJWT SERVICE iSEStt Saginaw Valley, Grand ™ Rapids, Chicago Isk: £Sp. «istr "‘-r- gg 1s *!S*a £«. *s*:&.«££ «*►» ”*£: :x::::::: A, ‘ J'unm.n iiw«T* t£rou#l> ulcfioMP* •*•»» «!»»«, afnln** - olr '“' ""for TORONTO AND MONTRKAL ,„j\'?,fn t i£ ,r.i" f "-™ir«s»Tiaafi , »ii 4 t t 'Tonal LIMITED luvw Detroit U:#t p. pi. Dally *nd arrive* Toronto l;|S a. m.; ► m - Br ***‘ fast In Pining Car boforo ARRIVAL IN TORONTO. MORNING TRAINS 10:30 »nd 11:10 A m. Tourist Tickets On Solo Until Sont. 30 tp Toronto. Montroal and othor Canadian point*; alao to Now 1 * felSKl^a^f} rate* ♦• »»*»!• w*ml mud M “ f ‘ R W 5e<C. H iml th 4 C PSi T. Woodward Aro Dotrolt. Phono Main 6000 Bruoh St root Depot. Phono Mala Ml*. •Daily, tDally, oxoopt Sunday. “Not How Cheap But How Good" r. Mi /wfl# t vßißßl^»iTfrßß^O^^^Bi |" I I fil ™ ■., . JH ; PfJHBHPPv HI The Result of Trying Our years of constant endeavor to produce a per fect milk, are rewarded. Behold the proof—the disin terested judgment of U. S. Government Milk Experts and the Detroit Board of Health, that Towar’s Milk— the milk of 34,000 Detroit homes and the food of thou sands of babies—is entitled to the FIRST PRIZE for purity, freedom from bacteria, richness and healthful qualities. We have exercised every effort and, spared no ex pense to achieve this perfection in our product—and the benefits are mother’s and homes generally. And we can offer you positive assurance that this quality in Towar’s Milk will be unvarying. v ■ ■ : , ..■ ■■' v r . On October First —owing to the Increase in the contract prices demanded by our Farm Dairies—the prices of Towar Dairy Products will necessarily be in creased as follows: Towards Perfectly Pasteurized Milk, Qts., Pc; Pints, 4 Vic. Towards Perfectly Pasteur ized Cream, Half-Pts., 9c; Towards Certified Milk, May we offer you the advantages of CERTAIN PURITY of the milk you take—for baby and every purpose—by supplying you Towar's Perfectly Pasteur ized First Prize Milk? Remember—“ Baby’s First." J Cadillac 932 c 7gwwr& —Wayne County Creamery Your Co-Operation With THE TIMES in * Behalf of Clean Journalism Is An Alliance for the Public Good.