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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1917.
Lyon Interviews German Prisoners; Don 9 t Want War; Coming to U. S. When It 9 s All Over BY C. C LYON • WITH TUB AMERICAN TROOPS IN I'TIAMK; Sept 2"« tit Wilson i? absolutely right In asautn mg it i* iho German autocracy, ami hot ihc rank and tile. that la behind this world war I hav. Ju»t l.ad the rare privilege of interviewing x number of Ger man war prisoners There u.i!« not an officer Htnong the>n. They wer*- all rnllitt'd nu n po their view* ar* apt to reflect the sentiment* of the milliona of Ger- NOTGUILTY PLEA MADE BY MEANS Defendant Demands a Change of Venue For Fxamination CON* OH I'. N Sept 25 A p!* a ol nut guilty to the charge of slavinc Mr:- M.ud* A Kiuk »hp mad<* li\ Gaston Mullock Means, when hi.? p(• .mi:nary hearing h«- £.,r: M'-nduy to tl,« • j.« 11 crowded Mt.iti- .1* t>• .1 proceeding* by de manding a ol mco of venue. I’nd*-r th* ’aw \ xuniination ha It ♦■■<l uhtl<- -i n« ” Jo-fir* w t> rushed front another township to pr*‘-id<* at the prcllniinari* - The little iitort was filled with » throng of cntirr*rv folk Be-dde Mr,! nr hi? father. “Old Mill" Th* alleeed slayer’* atom face «a« wreathed in smile* a he beam* '! ' ; -n th*» Judge, the -pecta tora and the reporter? Pretty littl* Mr* \fton Mnn*. hi? xi->*<r in-law. «»' h«»?irte him Mr.t Melvin sister of the late Mr* ‘Kina Mil neat thp Mean;* group Mean*’ fellov townsmen in this Keeping the Quality Up! In addition to Quinine there are six different medicinal con-i tentrated extracts and chemicals in Laxative Bromo Quinine The Quinine and nearly all extracts and chemical* used in Bromo Quinine have advanced in price several imes during the European war, some have advanced as jnuch as 600 per cent. We are KEEPING THE QUALITY UP and pivinsr Vou the same LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE a< ou have always used, n't) KEEP THE QUALITY UI ve have had to charge the Retail Druggist more, and there fore the P.etail Druggist must charge the consumer more. The Retail Price is Mow 30 Cents per Box. The Retail Druggist*s profit at 30c • /& exactly the same as he made before the advance • Laxative Bfomo Quinine has proved its superior merit over all other Cold and Clrip Tablets. It Is used by every Civilized Nation and has a larger sale In the United States than the combined sales of all other cold and grip cures. It has stood the test for a Quarter of a Century. No matter what the price of Quinine and other chem- Dais may be, we will continue to adhere to the formula and maintain the merit. When the prices of Quinine and other Chemicals used In the manufacture of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE pet back to normal, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE will he put back to the Old Price. Laxative Bromo Quinine Removee the Cause of Colds, Grip and Influence Outnkty ratio van Ha ad no Hon oauned from Ooidm Remember there le Only One “Bromo Quinine” There are many cheap Cold Remedies on the market. Pro. feet yonrself by calling for the full name. Look for this signature on the box. 0/ man? plung'd into the war without any mi>ipo o nthHr part There were two spoker-mMI foi th, r»o odd German prlaonera who authored mound no- < >ne wh? m iiimii >f 3ti, who had lived tn Buffalo, X Y.. three vear* preceding th* w-«r The other ws* an architect of 2H. a gradual** ot a great (•* rnign unlvrnlM Both poke excellent English. "What nre ynur feelings toward Ameriru now that we have coioe intr the w«r against Germany, 1 a. ki «l ih**m "Do vou hat*- us?" •Not alkali.” th* aicbitect replied j--Yuuil 1" surprised how man\ of typical southern community were grudging witness*** to til? gtraign , u ,. n t befor* I’oliie Justice Magi* ttat* Palmer N«)t ho the i epr* xcnt at Ive* of the machinery <<f Justice from Chicago ~n.i N’. w York where Mean*’alleged viiMitn scattered tor money to »he wind?. an<l from the department of jutith* .it Wn.-hingion, who know volumes mor** of hie international machination* than thejr’re r*‘ady to trll Juat now Th* Chicago and New ork au ♦ horttle? who ha\«- painstakingly pieced together long and important ■*trands of br*>ken thread in the • angled skein of 'he ni'stery, a’t* f convinced Nfean-’ flntin ths» Mra. Kitir creldenf ally ahot herself t»t [ lonely Mlackw.dU-r Spring* tiie 1 night of Vug 21*. Is a lie They t»e i Hove, and claim th.-\ ran prove., that : Means having dissipated r * King’s fortune while h<- masqueraded in i uuifc of truthworthy ronflden | j ttal adviser, and having sch*'tne*l to; i ,•••! more «*< the Kmg millions hv I h f 11 : g> .1 tco nil w ii. ilellberat^y I ui» v* 'he woniHii rather than p*‘t’ ■ nilt her to discover bis duplicity Th«. mat** senred ijts first strotig ; po'ut against \le.ips when Coronet'* l»h iin Murnodst.-r. of Chicago. It*-tifl*d that Mr« King’s death wotted w * nflleted on the left side i ~f -her <i whereas th*' atlt*ipsj nrored 'l Mr K ! ng was rtght j handed y ■ ■ •-•*». i p,. r v .• *pant s* tMis-ion are »o j p,., . rs of th*- < ity r*f N’t-w York ' day. *der« o' the dental profession !in the \ew fthygland states will I gather a* Worcester today for 'he j ' wenty-third annual convention of I the North* astern Dental assoc'.aMon u* have rel.tliver and goed friend* In Alnerl* a W e can** forget t,h‘ iii I had felt for a /long time Am erica tnight get into the war hilt I had hop*il it would all he over before that " He told his comrade* In ffertuan what he had said and th* y all nod ded approval "How many of you fellows wanted j this war?” wi*s my next question directed at the German from Buffalo j ‘Take a poll ‘ | He did There was a ch<»ru of ! "Na w " ‘Why should w<* want wat!»«• I asked "Take ntv own I have BOOZE FOLK TOYING TO DODGE TAX Hide Liquor So As To Evade Payment, Brady Hears Some dealers in liquor are already trying to hide their stock- to evade the operation of the new- war rev*- nu* hill which, when It pa-“>*-H, will Impose a tax ot *_ 10 a op all distilled liquor held by W hole-nlers ami retatleis anti S' *>n .* barrel on beer held by brewer*- and agents Thl* Information has reached the go\ernrneot, and Jam*-? J Brady internal re\*-nue collector here, has h*'« not dered to get after these "slacker* at one*-, that the goxern men’ may not In?* an> revenue to which It win he entitled under the n*w law- The Cnited S’ates treasury de partment having been apprised by -■eeret service op*-rat)\es. that many ' holders of liquor ar* trying to con ceal it, 'h* collector has befn corn l munlcated wi'h and instructed to I ,irfx-e*-d to discover at one* how 1 much liquor is held in Detroit and 1 <* s*e tl.af 11 Is taxed j t'olleptor Brady will star’ in to I cheek up and verify return- to he ; made by the wholesale anti retail I dealers. For this purpose he \xill not only employ his regular stair ot field workers hut many extra dep t ti*-s and also use the stafT now .vi.rklng under Fy*-e A. Miller, r* ve it- agent, on the inconi* tax Mr f-udy ha« Issued a warning to deal s Ftl'-h tends In part, as follows: It has come to the notice of th* I >!le- tor the Ins* few da\? that -*ev ,«| persons <ngag'-'l in th*- liquor •isiness w*)tild app**ar to be niak ilg efforts to sequestrate portion? f th.ejr stock uith-the probable ub -i t of avoiding payment of th" In t*-.is*d tax However, the record? nf the revenue ofllt e in connection i vit|i the disposition of distilled «plr -1 t> are very complete, as every l wholesaler Is obliged to report to j he collector of customs receipt of lquor* and the nano*? of those to I xtom he sells. The hooks of the wholchiilers and distillers ar* avails ble for reference of th* inspector* !>iscrepanoies can candy l>e spo’ted, and 1n cases where evasion- art made, the liquors will h* -ei/.-d and the evaders proaccut* and T.ifp (nnnot He Commonplace. T had a latta* from Put thla morn nr llttlr b >ok. aaytn* h* ho 1 kept turnv of the lattara h«- hud rarnvad ft >m the r* tolar* of Paula .* rtory In tn pat• r 'S' m» are C”iTiedla*. Somr are tmo-ili*’' .»nd »"H’i ar<- Jnit rorn n, ru !«!• f hr write*. ’but thwy are all rlirr- of Ilf*." H* i« '•< n<l 1 t,K ih*tn to mu and hr sit I thmk. Mamin, you in make - ni. >.f fho«e Miiflfu. * •me •hitikt • th • ■ render* will »nj.y" I . kin \. and I know litflr l* • .U. hr nr thin* in all tht* world that in never hr romirunplti'r 1* 11 fr If i hinU 'ornronr we know l* 11' ng n nuuoniiiace existence. it is he miM' « lo not know- about that p»r«. .n * It fr. If w< think our own lice* arr ■ omm ni la. r .ip i* because wu *r» rttliri t. atupi.l t" appreciate It or. Hit i .k, i «m >r **lfltlitirM, we fall t•' ».• t th<* n*ht ]>arai>fi'tiv«. \.>thnc that 1a an full of noaaihlll* tir« aa lifr ran hr otherwise than > olnt fill Someone haa rnllril death th« gr.at adventure perhaps It la th* wrfHi and ellmlnat-ln* <>ne of thr >r r• • * w r .all 1 1 fr l’«t al»o rani * metlnn* in hut lat • . ’hi 111 *t in i••• I m< « n'rat dral \ ! » n t v.— > will Msr*le," hr w r.ifr, "and 1 am trot’l ine a lot ,i it h Soomttint a I think she n II M hr l>r *t r r :f *he r •1 1 <1 s»l »»•( '>t a 11111 r while 1 don t think aha • jtitfr happv In bavin* n< thin* to S mrp'tira I ti ink I'll hair to i t a k a< aha <an takr .xr* of ma I e want nvrt to «e*> MolHr Bnd h<*r not hahv thla tnnrnin* and ! -\;.r t *m drtd neither M.'Utr n<r thr • ‘ havr haen proper!) ff.k.ti rarr f a* *hr hoapltal whan f art homr ton (tht "Jell nirk I W’lsh h« wara hr ra to hrlp ua with Harry Symons'a rim paisn Tt was a dirty oral tha othar ahlr daalt out to him. hut I think we ha\r at la at mnl* moat of tha people und* r*tand thera ta sueh a thin* a* a ooma hark I r. -irtlmaa wonder M*r*le h-.w mum of u« would atand strat*ht if w* had to pay for all our f.dllaa, all -.in inint.i it» a. nil otir 111 1 1 r pet vh • a ' In th* aama mat., littla h«»ok. I f.nut.l a lrttn from Flllene In which a tftll, dMI ... .. arr .| . blow hna fallen and thr worat part us It la I am powerlese to k> rj> It ft m hurting thr children ‘'l ni h I could pull uii atftk»-a and iM.tua out to you Hut that would hr ah..win* thr white fiithar and l r* port I am Ilka almoat all woman In the fit 1 that I would »ather dir than tt..| put thru anythin* I undrrtook | mo aura Uud*. hs* bran hrartna thltica, 4t»r ha looks a i .jurrrlv and i a au.-h A datermlnn.l alt ■ > rtrrdav JCllanr a rt'e imnia err nr and aakad. Mofhat, la n<>t Hudgr rrty uttn brothri’ " V»», dear, I anawarad. ton atir , rl ae.l t.. a* y morr 11 1 id * > hnaaiar, did not wait fnt i;o to a >.n lla tuok up thr < w<la< la Immadlatalr. Os ri.uri* I am. I 1 I lie M. I* m«l aa ha put hia oliilh by artpt ihntil h*r aa far a« thry v and Tm your brnthar* twn'a nil »■ rnorr than moat hrothera nt> I'm jrnur lirnthrr what rh» at .r(< hr.oiahl and Pm alan your ad i 'rd brr.fhar plokrd aprcial ity i ,n»r twh»n Hud** *ria »yc|twd h* *»•!! »uha*itut*a r for thi to ha y.oir Own d.r'.var and take .arr of you all y«.i»r Ufa ' Waan t tha* h*a<itiful. Mar*.a DETROIT TIMES a wit.' and two children I wa» l'*at g* ttlng s good s*art in Ameri* s K.oly 1 n IDI4 | returned to Germany to tak*- nn lainiiy ba s k to America My fii'her got sick 1 remained with him *The war came on and 1 was h*nt into the first line I would have hem an American clti •/.* n by now ' He «dd*-d h*‘ and his family wen going to America as soon a? the wat Is oxer "Fight or ten others in this crowd of prisoners are also going to Am* t lea to li\e,“ he said "That wouldn’t indicate ,iur niae.se* hate America w ould it ■*" FLAG RAISED ON LAWN OF CHI'RCH With appropriate raremonies on i the h*wu oi Trinity Methodit*’ j ehutch, llighlarot Park. Sunday at* ernoon, at t o’clock. *h<- men’s class pr« sented the < hurch with n larg handsome Star- and Stripes The . flag pole, from which the emblem will float, has been -placed in jh*■ eentei Os the spaeious law n Partleipatlqg in the ceremonies , were a d*"achmefif ' f 'h* "Mohig ii state troop?. Boy Scouts, high school | cadets, Highland Park police and i the choir of 'he church The speak | ers w «re the Rev John Martin, pa? i tor of the rhureh. and James Bcher tnerhom This was one of the flr«t public «J> pearances of the state troops and their trim military appearance wh much admired They were in charg* of MaJ .Martin B. Hamsv The choir sang anthetns appr** f.riat* to the rK-rasinn anil l*-d th* large crowd that occupied the lawn and adjacent stret's in the singing ol ’‘America’ and "The Star Span gled Banner,” accompanied by a mllitarv hand IJ. S. COLRT WILL SIT IN RAY HTY Th** l’nlt»?d States circuit court will be tran.-ferred from Detroit to May ('it' next Monday morning Jutlg* Tuttle and representatives of th** district attorney’s office will g> there for a session that is expected to continue for at l«ast two week- There are 2i> cases to be brought to trial, most of thtm conscription case.?. Dis'iict Attorney John K Kinnane, Louis W McClear and An drew Bnird, assistants, will go up , to the s*ssion, leaving the De'roi* ..ffix e tn charge of ,J Kdw ard Bland Lockwood Case Adjourned. The examination of Winfield \V | Lo*-kwood. publisher of the Baseball | and Haring bulletin, charged with ! violating the Woods bett*n»-- Inw i pa«?* and h> the last legislature, w.i adjourned to Oct 1, by Police Jn? tire Heston. Monday morning. Tie law prohibits any person from fur nlshlng racing or betting inform* ti*>n to the public. The prosecution of l .ookwood was bagun at lhc in stance of Police Commissioner Couz *n? a? a test case. New Jersey manufacturers haw been called to meet In Newark t day to discuss the organization of a state association for effective to operation in d*-aling with Industrial problems arising from the -var. Economic an*l social prep.ir* due* will TANARUS» she keynote of the tw<nt> eighth annual convention "f th. N'a tional Association of Life 1 ” !*r writers, winch meet? at N* w (Jr l*-ans today for a three day •?* * ' (, n. Hut <>h. dear girl, that Is nil t -re t>*i*uUf"l ?l*.Mtt thf wl.i'l- it s J i • ulri n«.t kn.w ft*!' His hsii h>«-- gr*»w n very ure an * m.ij'lv has giown thin and U-ter tinned t h*- will h- ill ' h? d■ > e *.- n t win tilts election. '.Mu ig ■ Margie, l think everyt dy would he in thl* w rid If ey. rV t.ndy could Im -k ah* nd and ■'*• he o.>n*etjlien*-e»,” iTo be continued) The Vast Difference in Cost of Dental Work Is Worthy ol Your Consideration f v |., i " 1 1 / e ■ v i*l ■ 4 e* - * On- " Uiuii* I *1 aI. >. I* • < < I *» -en r« |- i 111 lr *» * ll . . < t l*>n <. 11. i HI, l•, I, li 11. ( I. M « XI fa IlSeil 'll '•-><> I* * «» W >ii* nf-l*U*n l*»* * t... * > »h.-i.i,| ,-r<*< **> r n fM' •• *• t**e *i t nml tinxe «ork ilnnr mm, da* Ihf. ni... In .mm! Tn- Hr, If , nil fur I'll I g rumlmi •»»« tint ea*lm»te , Offll m 1% .||, m, 'orH.i. a ([-■•'it-i **, !• n tn Tn I,i m lad* nW OR. ADAMS' DENTISTS Second floor over Ktnael’a itriut ,*orr. I’nfrati-'C I*ll t.FII'H 111 t) (orner *ll* lllf. X% and l.lllxW tll.ll, I.a «*ii!r. nr rlntfr. I'tmnr Xloto VII I ook for elan i*,er H-Mirtni!*. There Are Hundreds of Excellent Positions in he filled in Detroit hv young people whn *r.-> qualified through htisines* and stenographic training for efficient • rvic* lr the up trvdatr office The business Institute n;i *g Is . g.>od In vestment fr>*m the stun*lpolnt nf deveiopm* nt alone It alw means satisfactory business employment with opportunity for advancement. Many of the most responsible j*'*lijon« in 'he husire l -* world today are held hy men and women who have worked up through a mastery of huslne** and stenographic cf*m?e „f study In whatever work you may engage, a knowledge <>f the subjects we offer will he benefit BUSINESS. SHORTHAND. TM’KWRITIMi Calculating Machine*, Stenotype. Secretarial Work, etc. Day and Evening Classes lfi.T-169 fans \vt»nue, Detroit. Largest. Best Equipped Business School in Michigan Schools also conducted In Pontiac and Mount Clemens. Phone Main ®S34 for Catalog The tniis-*-* in Germany ha<! ] n itiu.R to •hv in ih** making of thw wAr," ?«i.J *h» architect \Ve w--re, e.<lled out an«i •' / *- »»th*-t had t*» go or be ahot 'Hundreds of thousand* of us have b <-n killed, inanv more wound ed i.ui lu•n* • ? ruin*-*! and our famili* l*-ft >j) g*-t along as heat ■:i, . t, Want war ’ There isn’t a pn. >nei that wouldn’t cry l*jt lo> >f ; < ii'• wi-p declared 'odsV. We i.,i n th* crowd voiced approval n b* * \plained wt at he had L. tin* ~..r U: German pushed hi* MAY BOYS FOUND IN POOLROOMS Slacker Round-Up Shows Police Are Not Knforcing Law r Exid'-nc*' nf the apparent lethargy . t)i t . pari of !. polic* In • nforc i th* law that prohibits mlnorr iron, frequenting ?al*K>ns and pool • ,o m v i? unearthed b\ government ■ 'fi*» r? ..ind other.- Saturday night ■ luting th*- scariTi for slackers in the l:vtnir Coffin rmin'v detective, a° | :• 11 -j •}, govr-mraent official* in -aid- t downtown saloon* and pool -a i-.Y-ge number of young ' *n n 'h *- placet were far under 1 ;.g* h*- d* < iares Mu ■ of th*' youths would de -. cl.,r* th* \ w* r*- only 1k or If yews •' v.' *-n wr '••k*d for their tlraft , reg:stra :on card*,*’ declared the * o' 2 <!••»•< *i\ **. \\> would order 1 " *••■: ;t *>: th*. place as soon as h deflated their vouthfulness.” r.-.\eminent agi-nt declare that ■'••!■' t* ndei years were found ai mo: t csss, hut that '*-!<■ il.-ii found in "iiloons. I' < tlold I'oliat bar.” in the id"W of poll*'*- headquarters, two • ■'- iu' ■ ’ ■■! they were ti.inors. If a hoy of 17 or younger is •••nnd tn -it* of th* .?* place?.” de i r- 1 ( >fTin, th* proprietor may be • I con ributing to juve i oil* delinquency.” Man Accused As Slacker. Stanislaus Kuerkiewlot. No 10k Playfair ave , wa.*- arraigned before I’idge Tuttle in the Enlted 3tates *l!~trlrrt court. Monday morning He I has been indict**! cha;g»-d with hav -1 ing failed to register for the army draft. He pleaded not guilty, de claring that he Is more than 3 1 vears old, t>ti* he was held for trial . un*B-t 12,50" ball The evidence | again?’ the tnßn show? that he ,im<» f- >m R’ • slit **e\en years ago i Soon after he applied for citizenship pnp*r‘ oroducinc documenta show ing hi- ge to be -uch that he would he under .h y* *rs ohl now. It is alleged th-*' his marriage license, hi« discharsr from the Russian army and h -tat* no nt to the Ford Mo I tor comp in'. when he was cm ; ployed, dl fix hi? tg*- as under 30. ASK FOR and GET Horlick’s The Original Malted Milk Subctltuto* Cost YOU Sam« Pric* w*v thru and offered m*- his hand, talking rapidly in Orman The HuffalouUiU. tntei prei .tig f)>r him, said: "He aavs he has two cousin* na tive born Americans, one m-w a *<>! dler with the American army id kTance. He wonders If you know him V I didn't happen to, but I suggest * and he ought to be glad he wa-1 a pris*»ner so he wouldn’t l,avn to fight hi? cousin. What do you think nf vour sub martni w%rfar*T , «-k. and "Not as *ff*-ctiv* as we thought,*' the arehLect replied "We believed ‘PATRIOTIC’ CROWD KILLS A SAILOR NEW YORK. Sopt 24 Harry Gunn, a chief boatswain in th*- navy and known in nis officers as on*- of th* most patimiir men in the ?«r \»<e, is dead today the victim of an over patriotic -nob Free Employment Department Cooli Your Meals Quickly on a Gas Range — Have Plenty of Heat for Your Kitchen Use a Citigas Garland Special mmsmmmmmmmm ram mcjhmmhhmhmi eeemmmmsememmmemmmeeern Gas Range Combination toast. This heater starts with gas. take* up very little room and will burn coal, coke, wood and even garbage and rubbish. It gives you two extra cooking tops and extra shelf room when you are cooking a larger meal than usual. • During the summer it can bo easily detached. Pay For It on Easy Terma with Your Gaa Bill Main 3500 Range Dept Detroit City Gas Company The Palace-Model Laundry’s groat modern plant is fireproof and has sprinkler system throughout, and is equipped with all the latest machinery to do your laundry work better. r~ x Laundry by Parcel Post Out-of-town customer* may *cnd their packagas to u*. ”27 Pm* 54trect, Detroit." by Parcel P« at, and w* will return It "COLLECT.” any pay return postage. Sand ur s trial package this wcwk Palace-Model Laundry Grand :>«*«. TEN BRANCHES Grand 5«80 ; w* ootild atarv* England in a f* w month**, bat they s*em *o b« build i *ug ships a* fast us ws can sink ! !h*-.u America will probably make j matt era worse for us." He said li*- understood that Oer | many had 2.A1 auhtnariue* The architect had bacn taken 1 prisoner since America entered the I wat He exploded th* theory, held In America, that the German armies had be*n kept iu Ignorance of America’* entrance. **! heard of Jt within a few day* You can’t keep auen a thing secret It spread I'k** wildfire That was nbout all w* t .ik.-d nhruU for da's Clad In oltl/.vn’a clofhea, Gunn was standing In a crowd In Brooklyn listening to a recruiting speech, when a man at his elbow ye INI: "To hell wlrh the army." Many ♦bought Gunn hao uttered the ery. He was tnobbed and fatally beaten Thirty suspect* were detained, but all hav*- been released. "Do you honestly believe )<?iinany can win thia war?’* Thla to (ho arch i) eel. "Not now." h» replied. *’l think th*- best we ran hope for is a draw. The enemv has become too stroo#, America has given the allies r* newed courage, ami will fnmiah • big aruiy. The average German would be s,vlsAed. 1 think, with a draw." "But the allies won’t Agree to a drew," 1 insist'd "In that rase." he replied, ’*tt wlB he very bad -for my country. We can do only ao much. There’a a limit to everything, you know." INDIAN APT) LTB Ind., Kept. 24 Dho Shay, former manager of the Milwaukee baseball team, went on trial In *'rlnlnHl court here today on the chargti of killing Cl are nee Ruell, a Negro wan* r in a case here. Shay killed the Negro following an argument about service. He ha* been h*ld In Jail since the shooting. PAGE 5