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DR. IGNATZ MAYER Registered Physician and Surgeon !ux< hi dv« U in the Cure of I* HCft Ail X I T>tatiH»hnl H Y.*r* tn the Fain** t'fflcf* MIPS-S-4 I lioinbrr of 4 nmnirii'r IIMr 4 nrnrr *<rls»solil nint *ln4c. Ilunr.i , llslb 10-I2i 2-I- Silt. no*l SOO., 10 lo 12. 444 \s 1 |.l \ | 144 A I Itll:. SAYS SFOUSE HAD T\Vl('E-A-\VEEK DRI’NK HABIT Mr* Amanda Hanstdman. in her uni oni'Mf-rl divorce -id, told Judge linMiicr, Thursday, that tin <1 * l l i monotony of string brr husband. William, come ho»n« d 1 ink tui . i virrk regularly, rick* n* and her of married life. The linn*Hninn* have four *mall children whom tin < uirt placed in the moth* Ii w! • n In granted t'he decree ' Your h i- hand < an taiw I • dr aft rf\ into the national army without the formality of claiming; exempt on on a< count if a w ife.' dec! ired .Jmlcr—Maunlcli nr -he granted i >1 « ree «o Mr- Catherine llaville who ela mod that },• hurband. Alien, failed to properly support her The vife'jt mother testified that hrr daughter \\u- too prim and v <" tantral for he: husband an<l -aid tha* if the girl had h* en a "h.f more fliriy' -he would probably have go‘ •en alone heft* i Mi R u ,lc viol her ile roe on a cro - bill ax hen .liidge Unit- IhrenfeweU to hold tl|> the lilt nr' ' tfet-rer of 'lr* Xer > -r* S' dr* r*l f. a <la' « ri.ur limy *f t e rnni.f b* *U»c the cr.t gppgfertlv bn-! not been neVi •ir-.t the F*|* 11 tto t amt iff *•» •!»•• >n t • tori Tl,. .< <J f >f h*M * r row ve n» not ap(u* r»nt until tlie J ’g .inn ill' -** 1 that h* w-><i)<l grari' ' e Ho '*• e nmod atrlv \tr« then dr:** ! tier f <•» -* and hasten*'l * II * IMS' U'* Jo eflMf •DrU ■ , t ff. \* .»re a IP en<.e was tio *1 r< ■•* st. t William H tfi •*. n 'la *t n- a e sUJaPriii A Nutritious Diet for All Age 9. Keep Horlick’s Always on Hand Quick Lunch; Home or Office. <OMK TOMORROW “Regal” 4-Room Outfits *l9B THE -REGAL” 4 room out fit at $l9B is the beat and moat popular combination ever arranged. Already thousands of bomea have been furniahed with thia outfit. It baa been aatd of it: “Lowest price, considering quality; bigheat qual ity considering puce." And that's the truth a hundred-piece set at *14.75 Half tlir pleasure of a good m«al reala In the •ervlr*’. You'll hr* glad lo have* gursle often if you c an nerve them on this semi vitreous, rirhlv decorated eel. A great Mtluo. ARMY CAMP LOOKS GOOD TO MAYOR Visits Custer and Is Impressed With Ideal Conditions Mayor Marx returned to hide-k in the city hall. Friday morning. 4 1let* having spent a day in Camp Cu'iter, Haiti* l'u •k. when lie \is i iied th* Ibdrolt boy*. and studied the condition* und* r which they liv* After -« veral hoxav« .spent in | thi imnfense vamp h<- expreivsed Mir prlfe that conditions could b<* so | ld< al »nd on pnch a large scale so I quick!} He. wa - amazed at the rapidity with which th# boys are being made into .-olillers lie -,iw crowd of selected men march off I to the train only a few days ago and on Thurday he saw the same men in uniform, drawn up tn corn panv formation looking like veteran soldiers Shortly before the mayor left <-amp for home. «'ol Ctatg com Inlander ot Hie Three Hundred and Thirty ninth regiment, made up en tirely of Detroit boy it. lined up the «*nt Te group Os officer- of t.he regi i ment and introduced .them to his hono- The mayor addressed them hriefy saving that he was happy that th*- Detroit hoy* had such a tine set of officers and declaring that he wo , Id a--ure the "folks iia« k home” tiiic their boys were in good ! and H< r.e-i'Ok' for the- regrmem a brillian* ( vreer and urged the officer* *o bring back every on*- of the In-Holt boy - -afe and sound. hu» distinguished After having taken luncheon with the officer*. Mayor Marx -mid it was a pity every mother who has a son in th*- ramp «n<i who is worrying about him could not spend a day in the ran*onm*nt and see the care bi nc taken of the soldiers Ftom Mlmo-t ( very point >f view, and at I* a u t phy-:r.*Jly and morally, most of th* 1 men are better off in Battle < re.-k than they would he on the streets of l»etroit Officer- of the tamp explained to the mayor that they would be glad [t he would end them a few sol 'diets who could •• ik English' A I l,*rg< number of those from some of the foreign district' of Itetroit lean undera rid srarceK a word of English, and ’n some of the com panies al! order* must he read in is nianv a- six language... This makes it so difficult that officers are considering ’he advisability of mak ing an order ’o the effect that only English iv;, l he permitted to be spoken in the camp. One office*- was registering a man from Hamtratnck He asked him whom he would nofifv In the event an iden: happened The soldier -could not understand The officer Hot) staged a clever vaudeville act I MICHIGAN AVE. lu^L^U THE "REGAL” 4 room out fit offers you complete and attractive furnishings for living room, bedroom, dining room and kitchen. Every room is fitted out with dependable furniture—-the kind that will give years of service The credit terms bring the ‘ Regal" within reach of all. $3.00 Weekly 90-90 MICHIGAN \\ ‘ -- Seising a gun he pointed It at the | recruit and exclaimed "Hang' Hang' You’re dead ' Who ipe tell?' Then he got an an-w< r Most of the officer put th* (pies tlon mote gently, hut having to make such a suggestion so frequent |y it loses its sinister significance Some of them now ask the men they are registering Hie quest bin this w ay "When you’re killed, whom wd 1 I | notify?" The mayor was accompanied >n his trip by Robert Oakman. fharl*- F (’Upper!, t’api John H Sosno-vt. Robert K l»xvi:», Edward I H'* 1 gerald and several new -papet m< n ||n whs so pleased with Hi* (amp j that lie promised to return amin I soon and s'sy longer It 1- likely i he Will go o t when 'he t nnip 1 will he formally dedicated IN DETROIT vmhul.nrr comp«n» Ao. *, oimmshil tA It* l.leut. 4 l*rf»rf * rtwaier, to. v received orders to pro* ceil <" • •nip ('deter for framing 1l ■ ■" ' expects to |ea\* tat t. Tliere ' now l'is mm tts tive unit wh>l* war stierißttr calls f i I '* 1 ' l ' additions! men will be re. rotted ,»t on*-.- Members of th* unit lm • ordered t report s' quarters. Nr. 110- Nre«k- bu'btlng This unit w s» organized *'■* H"'* Cross, which started Hie ? tid equip It Wltlv « (Jonilt "U ' I " ’ hut considerable more money wo l >e ne. esssr ) 4.rend office r« of the tlild Kellsw. n r rr glvrn n dinner In 4be luller hotel Thuradaj night l.fnk |.«tre No 1?a Th *e present in .■hided (irand Ms-ter Tuoma S.-upholni. Jr • Iranu <».iet„ r*e.| A I’.oger- l*»«t ;r nd Mn-ter XP1»« p c,t«\ (J r a n*l W.c den (*«oige llar'and n*arui Henild John fam*« Drape* !’ •( ftlimn' Theodoee H fl*'* l a«n4 te\e lustier. ,'tci' 1 ,r 'd noble grand reape. tivelv of ' rip t.tnk lodge .lodic e t nnnolli llmrodo* afternoon odjaurnrd his grand jury session until Mondav m"i*iftg - tti** • (ould attend * meeting h>- election •omnpsston V* ina- ue*. :■ for the spe in 1 election -n N»v >. were dis visaed It v S dei ide ‘ 1_ • rely Upon *he newspaper- To n fy ‘the soldier* f the spe. -.a! " • tion as I* will t” .» pos.ibe * • notify e* h one personally v* it * .ilijicnt votrrs law requires John (Isrn. Jr , Ao. tMI '•enrlnnte n«e. >u< returned to Iletrott nfier having spent 11 month- with the X merman Voluntee: M.'-'i V u i isn e c rps on the western front in France In recognition of h « ser vices he wns rranted the I'rhp ii v« ar medal and ad ■ an■ «*! t■> 11 • ink -f serge <nr lavlnv *e • under the French flat; he u 'I n" ' enlist e-tlvr in t>ie arm o na- v and tight uni.'* !. • ,w-n (lan t»w.u Rid the Skin of disfijruring blcmishca, by quickly purifying the blood, improving the cir culation, and regulating the habits with BEECHAM’S PILLS «r.ss« Sal* a# Aar Medi«ia« t. Iks World. Sold osorywkar*. In boss*. 10s.. 25c. FOR SATt RDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1917. WILLIAM AND MARY DINING SUITES *129 T~HERE are two dominant points about this suite that should appeal to every discriminating home-lover. First in elegance. The second is completeness There sre ten pieces: Tabls, buffet, chins :abinet, serving table, and 6 chairs DETROIT TIMES j went t<i Europe last year on <i bust- ( ness trip wKU Ins frttht‘l I). - • am* Intel , itu Hi* »• but i. ■ ior os «rpl • n 1 1* •* and ll< ii*«' ecn I‘tlil • i • i . | t 1.1- t .i <t Vt> ' tt.» >tnd ha- t/e.*p whi'o thte rhells w .-re raining last aiol tlxt* K wlmtil him lt> -a *- an arnbulan. edm r rt i o, i . * . tul v I'lht he li.-ii t mm Ii i line t- worrv »• I•*• ■ll w icih* r h shell will lilt Mtn Itlehisiin w ill tic »»ell representevl »lir ii It.e (Inter licit drl*e of the Wftynr i "tint otur. f*' road sys t. ii is and. *li *< el. ii- t 11. which ha- Ihiii design*' j as good road* dav I'r. dent Will! rv rn F Metzger, of tio Detroit \ut*>iw»bll»- club, ha lo ted Ho -tate effl< a!s .»nd th** I , :.,-m « ivl. .. ganlzatl. ns thruout M ■ hi 'an (Jovernor Albert E Sleeper lllld State MuhWIV < ’ >»i mi - otioi I'rank '<■* It' ger- will j b. present t»> repf-ent th* state *< a Whole All tor the ini nation wee*- put in th* maila *>nlv tiii* Week I epltee liaie been re' eiveii f*..ie ever a I orgnnl*atl ns -t a tiny i tui * they will participate in t h*- IU&J0 * iTak a Tone —the one feature that has most to do with your enjoy ment of the Piano you bring into your home— Grinnell Bros. make PIANO It* t'dic is xurct and purr fron highrxt treble tn low est ha-*, and the beauty that characterizes it when your selection i* made is no less ;» feature during al! the years th** I’ianp has a plav e in your home It’* this that hy had large part in winning the (jRfN NKI.I. BROS i’KW'O the endorsement of famous artists -in making it the choi( e ot u-auds ot music-I'ivers and an instrument you'll enjoy in iul'est measure and alw av s' Drinnell Bros Other instruments in exchange. Convenient payments. Headquarters: 243-247 Woodward Ave. THE William and Mary design is worked out to exceptional advantage In this suite, every part and line blending to jether to make an outfit that is worthy of the efforts of the most fin shed artisan. We offer the ten pieces jomplete. Pay at the Kate of Only Three Dollars Per Week I'.trai*' and send * repr*»*ntat|v *■ J ~f nu'tiitxTf tr* iNkr port in :nr .1. it ttinr\ -iivlie «i the er.d ~f is, *• 11 Milr-rd n-«r North - • hrl»| lloMni. «|>nnl*h- I inrrlran war irlrmii, l..«l M» « - a»r In thr rlrrnll it w * •r> 1,, in, ,1 t,i f ri r it-e < imn NudlloiM (*i reinstate tun n hi" f.,ini**r pnallinn a» Arrtnin In tin untv detention rh» ! n ~dit, >i a ,li'( lared that Holden r>- f i f.| t'< i'|i«n « miller «hin m - dr.rd and thru took a vacation of I • , \\ i» K a \\ rho of p* rm **i wit, W'l.rn h< retained, thr auditors d** , laii-d. they offered liim a alnniai p ,»U ' n ill thr county tlUtldlriK ,\ hi, ti h«* rrfiard Holden inain t i red that nd*r ti e natr In w thr a idlt, ;■ h had no rigtii t<> dlmtharge , transfer Inin without first : . 1 1 ill l rt or- the K ivrrn r. I'rlntlna —thr plain nrnt kind—that In rticht— Time* Juti Dept.— Main Ifijli. I*rln llna —I he plain nral kind —that 1 l« r,*ht I t r » lot, Ur»t Vlaln 4AJO. ■ (0\ I m *4(l ll\ "w?$W. v . i At'jJirt rv 'v‘-vi‘ ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES IT PAYS “Th«* House of Dig-nified Credit” THE grilled work on the buffrt and china cabinet are eepe* cially worthy of mention. So it the large Trench mirror of ihe buffffet, and the genuine leather • llp-eeate of the chaire. On® of the greatest valuea we have ever present ed. Easy Credit Terms The most highly valued as «et of this store is the good mil of its customers shout a lundred thousand of them A1 KERN’S — Expert Fittings by Miss McNulty, Corsetiere, of A Wonderful Collection of CO A T S For Women —For Misses—For Extra Sizes vttt rw 1 sl9-75 Coats of warm, soft Velours, serviceable Zibelines, double-faced and novelty Wor steds and Cheviots. In dark greens, browns, Burgundy, blues, rose-taupe, Army and black. The styles Mostly the generous. full sweeping, Kngllsh swagger effects ami straighter lined numbers, too. with ' winter proof" collar*, button ing up round the throa* both "cape" and "double” v arietv Delta are in full around. Trench, Strap, Feld and three belt adaptation*. Pockets run front "Patch” and "Slaah" to "Saddle" Trimming** of velvet and fur fabrics add wirmth and richness. KER VS SF.C< •XD FT/s >R Kerbs f WOOD WARD / GRATIOT Rengo Belt Corsets for Stout and Medium Figures Front-1 dicing Models, $.1.50 Back-Facing, at $2.50, $5.50, $5.00 If >ou have not already selected >our new fall suit nr gown you are goto* to very soon but FIRST be fitted to your new fall corset. The silhouette for fall Is different. Itango Dell Corset*, designed especially for women of- tout ami medium figute, w> 11 glvt* to those figure* the fashionable contour, tin new longer, more tapering lines, and with perfect comfort. a Tomorrow—Last Day of Special Fittings by Mi**.*. McNultx It's your la*t opportunity tin- season to be fitted by thin famous coraetierc. S'op in m our t'orset Section tomorrow have the assistance of Miss McNulty in the selection and lining of your new Cor-et 'twill be Lime well spent. Kl. l: vs 'l 111 It I > ri.oOft Girls’ and 1 ots’ Coats A gTeatly enlarged showing in our new Coat Sec tion Styles that girls and tots "just love" value* that make a big appeal to mothers. For “Miss 2-to-14”—at * * 5').75, $7.75, $9.75 and up to $25. K F.UN".® FIFTH FLOOR AHtIIiCMBKTS AMI'tKMKtTI wrr mQßcasrao in it Vaudeville** Marnprv WiUnn I ir ' ** “Congressman r 1®7,.,v ~®“•|Homer*Ounbar'” Kitty”,, DETROIT . r “'r* *| X.W 51.50 lull Wrrli of thr Triumphant The trssnn'i *en«ntlonnl Surreaa Next Week SELLING (ircatost of Cohan & Harris’ (’omedv Successes CAPTAIN KIDD, JR. By Rida Johnson Young Take GEO. M. COHAN'S word for It: "A Laughing Gallop" an • ■ I'npulnr Matinee Garrick-;;:,:vi 1 - 5 ' Crnt Knoehont-Melorf.i l*ln> “You’re in Love” Irlrnli Hptl xml knrftf»l Mualr. NEXT WEEK. Beu. MONDAY \«n *ellln* Thr »msrtr«t unit Hrl*hlMl of til Xual.nl I iimrd> Itlla. reoraanua Hally a) 2. 7 A I* p. in. Mill* 10. X l.\ Mary Pickford In •lirhr.ds of Minhrook Isrin" Km llp*rh Trairl Plrfa. Mn)r«. I rlo . a §■% a aa (Irma l*h.. " ft L/ A IYI t dams. ni. *t\ ootl r'llirtrpi W it a fit thorn .M' M a hfa. Hilft—X"m- .IV M*< T.V Mata.— tt ril.. *nl„ «nn.. X*Vr, -,np VAUGHAN GLASER CO. * nrrraaf.il • Rich Man. Pco, Man C nmriti 11 ram a— Sml HMk-tltKt stall ft a. LAMBRRT & BALL I . .Irll A HUftlaat i.rrat leater; f/M Marie Klt*«lhhnnat Shlrlry A ■-1 Hermann i Huintlnl llroa • kaakla J Moorra. ope. msßsasm nir-iiir-iiooH tt film.a t aittea Mnta. Id. Veit Itoaronlnna' a w/a a- | | «|| I . enln| a. IVJV-Ml- 7Ae J TieC-VJIVi M-l *atn,«tn .. i.'.-.W t ri ii t*» tKtt tiiHh i h e A LITTLE GIRL in a BIG CITY tKtt-THR NRtltT Os W ETPt * CADILLAC ft,',,',! HnteM adlllae The LID LIFTERS mCXT WTEK- THK ITItTOM." ji 111 rfTTOjnii il Meek Martin* Mon. Mil., Heft 9# Lending \nurieallle \ttrn«*llnn n >l. if AMI Hl* Primrose Minstrels 7-—OTII Kit Hit; At T*—7 J mil Inc I’leture Atirnctlon ETHEL BARRYMORE TikTt." ritltF.*i VBII.** V shf* Sun an.l Afternoons nxc. Holiday* 26-35- Sun A Holiday* 50. All Seat* 15-25 c. Phonn Reserved North JIB. WASHINGTON JEft MADISONjgS MAIHtE KENNEDY in “Baby Mine” An.l the I atm I Artde.l Attractions fmrrwJPV Adtnneed \atidetllle. ISiM tn Bil& S nnd II AH XI I l » UMT 7—til'll I: It I.IIMT U H-T Ma»a. I fit*-Silt*. M» hI a, l!W XV. **• ave wu e vrv,u: M Ki Till' I II A MIMI.M 11E1.1.r.* BURLESQUERS In t llt I Ia IMt AA reafllnit Tneartav M*M. »mnkf If ton I Ik* ' Proposals for loose leaf Hinders nt\ Audit* re.-elv *d *1 . , • • I. ,<f «'■•tint]* Auditor* tint » It ck . n> Wed* , * » ’» tint* . If. r ,'urnlot) >i* j I . L n lepa ron«l rurt»l I < ’7 it * Hinder® n !•■■. k' h hmmd it» a iII vit I VI ftSa'-iute aafnty If., hr l.ullt *4 1,,,, ,j.. n v ,tj ||r flat on d««k. r , |.t » :•. jert itnt and ftU . ,t l r-. t \ e \ tvT l-a«ly reaerved. IMI H \t:i- i' I’OrNTT kfIHTORS. 1 r n - \ I : first *e,-rot*ey. 1et,.,,.. Mich. Sept. :a, 1*I«. 4 The Times give* your children the most im portant new* not habit-forming adver tising tip* *••*•••••••••i PAGE 3