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EOOSS OF COUNTY TO BE AUDITED Probe of All Offices lo He Laid Before Grand Jury Hooka in «very (l*'p»rtnii n' o‘ Wayne ooun'y ** 1 11 It* ;iudi<*nl with In ib*i next fivi week- and *h< T* #tlH* submitted to the <"itr»n prsm) Jury Thi *■ was i*' '<lcd in it mi eting in Pro*' mror ib.• • - H Jamowski - .- off}.*'. Thursday morn ing. in which a «'omnjtite. of gn’Od Juror* and a c]* ciai committee of !h« board of coon’ -upcniter- wa> pr< sent. ’ The audit will be indepen gently of the present che< k h* 'ng bradr in ih» county irca of ilee. it wa ..nnoum • and Ihe ~r«~ rnt examination wil! requite many jnore month* to complete and :h‘ information demanded ’ ' the gr r.d jury must be presented bofi re Jsn 7 the last day of this term of court when the Jurisdiction of the ury automatically • xpire- Price, Waterhouse i<? Company, an auditing concern of national reputa tion. will be engaged for the’work • r NBtltivM will af f the instruction of the grand Jury and will go over the various hooks covering periods specified bt the Juror*. It li not expected that the fpe eial Inqtnry *lll extend back more than two year* in any department Supervisors Schultz. Veruor r! Btellwagen. Grand Juror- Puny W Jdareh, foreman, and S. S Kresge, and the prosecu’or, attend*d the meeting. Judge Codd ha* granted the re quest of the prosecutor for a wri? of habeas corpus to brine Anthony J. Kloka, confessed embezzler of thousands of dollar* of the county * I fund*, and sen inn four y*ar« in Jackson prison, to De’rou to testify (•fore the lnQui*i , onal body He will be kept in the custody of the sheriff during his *tay in Detroit, according to the pro\i-fon- of the writ. _ Henry A. Montgomery special in vestigator for the prosecutor, spent Thursday morning in the grand Jury chamber. Armed with volumin ous note* he entered the Jury room at the beginning of th* «• ssioo It so thought he Is giving detailed in formation concerning the under world situation which he and ht* three assistant* have been investi gating during the last three month*. County Auditor Charles A. Buhrcr was informed of the pro posed audit of county books be ap peared surprised "I don't want to be understood a* having said that the board of county auditors will stand In the way of any special examination of the* book*. 4 be said, “but according to the constitution of the state and the public acts, thl* board has *u preme authority in thl* matter. The supreme court ha* said distinctly that the county auditor* are In com plots charge of the county’s books." The auditor* have questioned the right of the supervisors to authorize the payment of $250 to William H Green. Jr., county treasurer, to re lmburse him for the sum t id Price, Waterhouse & Company, sot the special audit made prior to the trial of Klok*. Several clay* ago a letter wa* sent th* prosecutor asking for an opinion in this matter. Several legal passages were referred to in the letter intended to show that the auditors have a right to refuse to pay that sum to the treasurer. The prosecutor has not answered the letter and the treasurer has not been reimbursed as yet. Alleged Deserter Arrested. George* Silades, 28 year* old. charged with desertion from the army, was taken to Fort Wayne Thursday morning by federal offi cers and tamed over to the mlli ♦ary authorities. Silades was draft ed and ordered to report for ship ment to Camp Custer, hut fled and has been traveling around th*- coun try for several week*. !* fa likely he will be s**ot to Camp Custer and put In the army., but it fa possi ble the'military court may d< al more harshly with him. Save In the Use i j nl Wheat ~ify eating Grape-Nuts AH the food value of the grain is used in making this de licious food; and its blend of malted bar ley not only adds to Its nourishing quali ties but produces a Havoi of unusual rich j - ness. All Food— No Waste! 1 V"*t cm • ». n t l-.,- - Upr*ai ' w>n,i .»r nnt. Once More the Circuit Rider Will / Pick His Way Thru,the Narrow Trails of Michigan's Forests Thru fund;- furnished la real y by I I adroit, a n* w g- m-rc f >n Michigan. Like tin circuit rider* of the old pioneer day s, these men frail* in rh** forest* toil*. 1 * from cli Christianity m. ib« tu >•’>.«>'•- n th*' lamp- ol t ‘i 1 thinsu .*nd elsewhere !r. : «t.*» wh*r< lumber is Mill p “dU'Od Th • R*v U M • nn, si.* ; : perintepd* nt or * ttpi mission* tor The Pn .- jyterian UTI *1 if YTicb t ft. -iia'e Sundae -i h*'ol onven'ion in Arcadia, in ’ tk* coi.r-e of c ud no long* r a iurol r ate h** id The' arc mistaken la th* tipp*r the -rate they Ape- * br r :?■ n: lumber for anothe year* fl'tt until the pre-* pr : :»i• • no •!* hoi .n.i tic'n ha* ever m»de a definit* tmnpt to r«a**h h- ■*• wood* men. .»nd th* v vire j l . ? hm- r y for r* 'rz- *»t M' Bean th. a fold how U. P/c.- byterl.cn church. Thru th* one**ion hoard and under th* lead- rship of Ja< k McCall „ fr,rn,--r . :<i --v who has be* -j preatMr« th* cosp* : since hit conversion a f* v yesr*- ago, now organizing the relu - cts work of the camp.- Th iv-ror churches had already contributed $-.500 to Th« w *k tnd Mr H* nn hopes to rat.-* anoth t 1• • )n h*’ state. This money will give the work a good start It i* now only a question of getting the right sort of men: men who can reach the hear* of the lumberjark and are not afr.dd to face the hard-hip- tbs* attend the Use of a circuit rider. Mr Bonn told of one co;:n*y :n the s'a*v that u .n~ fc:’. * r S.rda' Germans Spread Fake Stories Os Disaster To U. S. Soldiers In Plot To Sicken Mothers of War If your telephone should ring and when mu answered a voice told you that your son had been made a prisoner in Germany or if jt should say that he bad been blown to bits while crossing the Atlantic on h troopship, or »if the vole* should say he had be* n banged or shot as a traitor ' -om> whore m France,'* all you should do would be to grin and let \r go at that The government has nformation that a telephone eampalan to dts gust Americans with th« war is be ing made in this wav. in every large city In the country, according to J. Herbert Cole. -p*-*)al agent of the department of justice, German spies are trving to sicken mother* of the heroic young men who have thrown their lot in with that of I ncle Sam and they nr»- doing i* by trying to break the heart* of the fond mothers whoi-e son.- have rone out to fight. Mr Cole wishes American moth er* to be warned not to accept as true every telephone tm-s-age or even telegram- that come* to her bearing new* of some calamity hav ing overtaken her son It Is said that the Germans realize that they cannot beat the indomitable youth of America and so they *tnke a; the sacred motherhood and they be lieve their spies ran . spill enough tears to undermine the efficiency of America if they cac only make the LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME by THORSTt v a t„ -RijfM S’, ' 1 “ 1 "■ Matters \rs Not So Bad As Lightfoot Fears. (Corvrlaht. !>l7, by T. W. ) When things s»-*m bad. Y*>r> h*d Tha* w*is*- they *.• . and njt b<- Hold fart to hop/ ollnr hard t faith. That ivm« *»> out y cll see. Poor Ltghtfo t th* D-tr. grounded and alone in a thicket to tie n Fi rest. had given ui» all tv>pe before !’• . Rabbit ’ faint, and in great pain f 1 th> wounds vrhn-h hill be* n made by «h* terrlbl** sun .fa fai.ntor *arl. t. <t morning All day hi had #uff> «and the:* *ion* and h- lad felt . that «»ver airasn wcul** b> Lgi- >y o- -.ri i fht » th-* *lr«en ~r < i»st * pi vudly hold his harm* m** heuc I 'rrr» . - h* d'-n.’ *». th- pi -t il? Wit* thirsty t lei.u.iv th'.retv tha* , t tir*s he »t --rr« 'l fits t an- ; .tn f * Tet he h»m t th 1r- r ”b to g<*t up *nd R" to tlm T<aug' t>K Hi o ti, Even ■f h* s*«d had nc wooldn t have d:ir*d to be'Wage of Ih* dafitrrr :.ha' th** hunter who had shot him rr. ght ho lui ktrig n-ar. Then tn *h» -arty r>v*r!rs had -omi l>u* Rabbit and found h.tn then?. Os <ou r »«* thoe was nothing tost I’st-.r cosM do tn »ae< -he pain nr to 1 help T.lgMfnut to get ««»trr Never theless l’rt«r did hi Ip. IP didn • Vn<-w it. Inn he did. It always help* to hnvr a friend n-a-, a frier.d fult nf svmpathy. Somehow after s 1 11 ♦ 1-• LtghtfOOl d'd DM fe*l *lUitC eo hope. I*-**. It tild Him r*v.*l tn talk and it did him g ■* and to lisv* Peter ta'ik t> him "Pen" say t .at yen *r< afraid « *mj II n* \er J* *V*> h**'* > 'live hi It*- and IVO’ I—k-n-iifc. »d ( 'i '■ hurt. t*ii* f,rrhapi tlnni;* are not .• had ua they /trf.n T u*o eomethinir In F irtmr Brown's jrar*P-n -pc* tha' triad* me v *iek i though* I should I'eter. uu r*tr*tnhe- -roe «’e « h * of • wok I snt'i w > <1 1 •‘j.rgved wttn i-i.ii'n to kill worm* i« vl hugs ••You i hti t r't wefi if von don’t tr\ to, > i Know.** h* Added “1 would give anvthing in *he w'.» id for b drink pan*. I Llghtf< *>t, I 'hut • ven If I • • old t woitldn t dare try to get one. That hunter with nls terrible gun nhv ‘.e wat«hin* at the 1 Laughing Prook/" "*fot now* di-elared pet**r in a mn»t defided w»)r. “tt la rliht n- ar, and that hunter hue gone home | Hunters with terrible guns don t hunt at night eaeept f.'r It-ihivy f on j l*« ilrtii S, a* I fold von hi fore. »hi r«- I* ; n i danger *>n l-’wrmer Hn-wn’s i het-auge he «jo«.«)n t allow hon'inr j and yod are tin his li(nd n- w Th* I Ivtoa 1, log It' i . k i* ortl w lit ** • wav I 1 f rng»*-here I *on t > » **»)•»"’«* V *’i ran try to g*t there* I w«jl go *ee | that the way riear f that will I m.ik* -oil'fee| v,. tf er LtgHtf* ot wr.i sure that he enuldn’t j stand. li-t alone walk, but after Peter * hud urged him to tn, und when ;.*• I f* H hy-ooldn't -'and that dreadful | thirst opy tongei. he (ltd try to get ”p He found tiiat th*> it hurt a*'«t jh* w / t rrv .ftr .nil ..ver. he - -u *1 Itapd. »n*l aft* r S few painful ef forts hr fe nn*l he could walk. Peter -rh vo! - No coun*> should have * Th* f ■' >'i .. ' mmunitle* in The Indians <• the -rate had been j'_ ,t;. nvk-b’Cte*! ;s had th** lum * Th** It* • W jA S.*h« rnierhorn ot r . ~ ... ..i*. *« n i i, .i,. I'v-n- ■*' \ man should ! \« -I*\ ,nv- interna: ional , », ;„i i he w »rk of the *'*. r~ •■n -i • naming school at l^»ke a Pi f 8 i S ihtt>l a*>o , • • on International Go * - ; Suitd:*' and Mr. ! endu.-'- il v -question bm - • That pr- ved verv instruc ‘; ve Tc *o* <l* I* gates vT i:u M Hud- «n «tate s-uperin ,-t >h* Anti Saloon league, x Ah- . and it* -:>**ak on "How to h ,.,p A .*„ .* »iry. but w.i* una *ft k* ep 'he engagement l ■ ;u' \ M A qv. srtet ar.:;’ Custer sang several selections and T T T.- In in «.\ng a so*"*. Conference- were held -durine the morning in the First Pre«by tenan and Woodward-ave Baptist • h -ch.es Th* -onference* this aft • rnoon are specially for resident of Wayne county. FWegates from out -idr Wayne county will be taken on a sigh? seeing tour of the ci*y in autos during the afternoon N-v y.ar- con rent ion will in CidilUt. tbe do- ttothrrn of S imm.^s WOT* f Th.s diabolical scheme has reached such wide proportions in *his country rha’ the covernmenT ha* felt it mu-t *tep in and try to stop it Hundr* ds and thousand* of \meriran mothers have wept un’il their t* .ir duotr became drv and then have sat for hour? hollow-eyed and on the verge of collapse over a fake message, and then have re ceive.l word tha* the son-* they mourned as gone forever are safe and sound Me Cob urges that every mother in America verify every eril me*- ®ag* she c«*t? Mo*' of them are canards and are put nu* as a par’ |of the German campaign to win | 'he war What their fighT..r« cannot accomplish, they believe may be brought about by a comprehensive campaign of lie- which cause heart aches and sorrow and disgust with the sacrifice. Incidentally the department of ju-’ice i- working hard to catch some of those who are in ’bis in tr.Ktte in Dep’oit. I? cauzht, the indignant government official* d* dare, it would not t,e surprising if ,t pa'rio’ir government official might be looking the other way while an acciden* happened to an unspeaka >l* beast who wae»d »hi- -or’ of warfare —such an accident, for ;n stance, as permitting the prisoner to commit suicide. ' j ■*l amiM eri«e awrtblna to the wntl4 for a drink.'’ panted I lahtfoo* ir% *-d ahead to make s-jr* that all iwa- ■ 1*». Cf I Ijr«e >,* fo-l-.d It »a* iind hurried ’si-'k tn ’*l T. ich*fort so. -»P wly nnd t alnftillv I/fghtfnnt t h'-bhled nto to *He T (ogt-inc R**i«l(. Oh. 1 w g and :h*t w *'»r tasted' It. hf n in 1-i'H ! •» K • ! -»»**! * When he ».ud r? li! l ’ ied t.a V t*. h'a '.dd'ff* '*«' tow Ife^dld'rT'd^fltl’Jo P' i *’ i* ink mad* a ; k"»a» •’ ‘ *-r«-n» ' the llfferan*'* in Vex* *tor» * I’rlendl> N*el^Mior«- rHREE BILLION BUSHELS OF CORN IN SIGHT WASHINGTON Nov k - Th» hlg war crop of on*-n wss estimated to day a* 3.1 Hl.f*1 f fK’o bushel* hv ths i agriculture department This com [ pare* with 2.M3.244f>hfi last vear I rind S.Tr.t.lfl/Mih, th** flte year a\*r | air. The great potato cr r ,p n f this year, due mainly to last season's shortage and high prices, war given Los |.V* n.d ftf»o bushels, r.ot lr.rJud Ing v 1,717.000 hush*la of p„. [tatosr Both are far In * are** nf pf’wvlfMs vesrs cfpsl repo, l (rope, produ* Mon r*> frlo*tr*«—*n. pimn newt king tk.f I* rlfSl—Pdin fnh ftrpt Matn I*l3** 7 NABBEU; MUCH LOOT fiECuViiny Police Say They Have Broken I'p Darintr Gansr of Thieves The brekbone of ih- most via nog Thurviiav th* * \ vs *'h *h< valued ‘ $ i A no'he: $v \\ n.i’ the po ti’c regard a- r»- mark«b><* . • * •. *sr s »•* rapid::' with which ~ and 'e " • : and clothing -torts N*srl- .c! o! the «T.u* ■* • - «* . . r ;.*■*? -TV ■» ♦• k - To Deteeth* - v nd -vc.n is itiun creii:' for •)'.*• atch an A vs coverv. both men v .ii * n w ■ *s ing da* am! n zh’ on ’ ► .. and by u *v **. *• •* «rs*t- ?* and "pUntirs ’ of c<i- z .'he ulcn titles of the r*»bber.- and 'he o - - where 'h<- -toien g ■ >*•« re >v creted All ’ho-* arres and up o ’ ent tin.e are young *h- old'-’ h ing 26. Charges of burglary were lodc«*l against ,tb< M’ardron. 2;?. n: ic »a* : of th** Wynn hotel No ’ Wa>:>. - Ia o C ' ry, 22. No 1 ■ 1 ice-'er e* Frank Viola. 23. No 122 l> verettis-av* Cameron and Douglas Moore, i> *nd IT re?pective|v. No 47’* llcbb.sttl ave.: Fred St*-in. I*. Ni. *2‘* Frank iin-st.. and J H B*.:-uti-tt .* , \o. 1 427 Townser.c »v». lion? Kirk, lv No. 27* First-s:.. ar.ci tulia Kivenlck 17 No 7'2 Cjs per--’., w ,gr f w, ar-* •' 1 on a charg*- of receiving stolen pn.p erry T* o automobile; stoi* n a few days Lgo vert rrcovered v h‘r«' quantity of tire-. r:m». robes and I ■ i ga rage in the rear of No. 12" Town ?end-ave. Fralej and Lir.nm hac ’heir plan* perfect'd by early Ttiirsday morr. Cut the High Cost of Living You Will Find It CHEAPER to Hat At the HOTEL GRISWOLD CAFETERIA ( orner Grand River and Griswold *r *7 ' 4J ~ k i :■ 2 FRED POSTAL. Prop. w BUSINESS MEN’S BREAKFASTS V SPECIALTY 6 30 to 11 A M. SUNDAYS, 7 to 12 A. M SI’PPER SPECIALS Our Hew made French Patt r y it Mott Deliciout. 5 to 8 P M.—Frogt Legt, Oytter Pattiei, Soft Shell Crabs and Steakt. All Dairy P-oductt from Our o *n Farm at Bloomfield Hill* Moderate Prices Last T wo Days of. i| \ e Booterye s Conservation Event —IN— Women s Footwear 1 • ,r pairs of 112 -Friday J Saturday !i . 1 $1 f) 50 1! * itia’ions .... AV/SKS 1 pairs of >*. | < ,i r.d $lO s Hlucks. Tans. Is and some fsnt \ patterns rU xled at their it A , ~r price*. J £ •'JU Ye booterye |j 7 J. JACKSON, Mtfr. David Whitney Bids:. DETROIT TIMES in \ iiiii.iN r >*t detectives, unions , i » ,)iiins / . nil of th** station. started on th** raids ... • . \-i early os t» o'clock H,'. pi- <r< *>'‘'on'in*' lit V: i ni'« Ol ’ • .»■ »p ... , r nnm< •i '« nD. •’l . ~ • v \t r. h irht in dur , f, , niKin and n* >e.*tned t«» v I h\ the quu :.nein with T . > ('*t • r member of the . roinded up The stolen „ hcidi n in many rooming > , id gif i.* • tn widely n/pi . .. , if the city. Principal - (|,, | 0 ,,. r .. ware «a*t side DISCOVER FAKE DOPE ORDERS Revenue Official Find Forged l ‘inscriptions In Drug Stores .... . .1 Hntd>. collector of '«» . vu'nUi 4 ltd Joseph F IVdc . ti ,M»v collector Thursday • r • found tn drug stores mt« '.■■.el : ■ r» script tnua c-no; *. i >*>c ' of one kind or gnothcr * I’ures of various phy..’.ciatt* *. sed rill irivestljtto. • i* the work of a gang of ■ c *‘-*ddl< n». w hich is said to be Pt I Hogue, arrest* .I on W d.’i> s.lai on ’he charge of • . and w host case will 'a *ub ... i to ’he fedcnil grand jury : h.‘ offWr.s declare that they are I V h to'make at le*s* four addition i! rre*’.-* in connection with the * hol« «ale fraud being practiced « (thin a day <>r no. The men su* t»ec*'d of being tn the ring are be mv locked up now Woman Husband Here \ir«. ireorgo Davis, of Rochester, N y is tn Detroit, searching for v er husband n chauffeur, who lett ho T ; •• three sx-ks ag‘> durtng her ah*.-* on a v ci ?<» her <iaugh*er . * . had one letter from him. •a rp* n from Detroit He said he u.v.id write iier igatn and give his address, hut has not don** so. Mrs. Davts is staying in the Kims ho’*d, \ , 7 st She says she [ r „A h • husband has - had no do me-*tr difficulty of any kind. V ■ V . K S V 9 Tdber \ p . n ,:. wer* quoted or. 'he New York <*,v. . , vcharge *odav as follow* WRITES NOTE TO FRIEND; THEN HANGS SELF When Mrs Joseph Yanekl, No. MR Ferry ate east, received a let ter Thursday noon from an old hc qua inf mu e. Martin I übinski. No 911 Chene-st., in which he told her that h» das tired of life and intend ed to commit suicide, she procured an officer and immediately went to the man's home where his lifeless body was found hanging-to a door beam l.ubmski was about 50 years old and was separated from hi> wife and family. It Is thought that he took his own life early Wednesday evening About $lO in cash and a number of receipts for liberty bonds were found on his person Nothing is known of«’he presen* whereabouts of the man's family. t*H*tlwar— she plain nrnt >t I* rlw M—l !»»«•*» Juh lle|»l Witln IMi'. . 1: te Mrs. C hase Proves HO-MAVDE Merit Did v-vj attsn-l Mr» <'baa*’a baking t-•*l mr •• and demons'ta ii'.n yesterday at t i* Hotel Tul ;»r* toss you wllne*s th*> n.ak • ■ r>g *»f thos*‘ sf>|en iitj Laves f nf • ura 1 n»*4 T St. *ua*d 110-MAVUK tire. I Improver--th* wonderful baking •reparation yrhtoh is taking D*. tro.l h*e *ew • >\ t j n ’ ml furtherrr 're. M*s Ch*«* an au *' "’> n it- m. *ti. *. '- nc** « » HO*M svpp; in alt her bread niak.ng. and rec< mmends It tieartli> Hi*r m<i rvTront (g of •ft' MAY' ’ \ o, f approval resjir. i#d by *'\**ry <- *. \ k i * a parkaic*- T<>D\V If * , m'l *UPPI\ >•>>! with th* tS< pak • age suffl. lent so: loa ’ send >:s his nan* arc* w *• ;i mail vi j a g*n* r tis -anip!* fr** HtH>fayde Products Cos, t? U . l amed at.. I let roll Mlrh. How About Your Desserts? —Do You Always Have “Good Luck”? —Would You Like Some New and Pleasing Recipes? THEN Hear Mrs. Chase Friday is Dessert Day 9 AT THE % Detroit Times Free Cooking School Come Tomorrow and Bring Your Friends Hotel Tuller Roof Garden Sessions 2 to 4 p.m. Every Day Except Sat. ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES —IT PAYS FRI 1) AY , NOVEMBER 9 . 1917. e-—Y] / For Styl? \ ® • I Comfort c .. \ Dr, A. Reed 272 Woodward Ave. iSwmmiim,. GaM -fo&2rrf*fj .Inkn I h Herts *h«»» t«. In n«*ntf las I tat tna lank Ht.ikers u( U limi n'* **k»es *«»r the ttirkrf’s naan*. SPECIAL TRAIN TO CAMP CUSTER ROAD and return from Hattie Creek SUNDAY, NOVEMBER Uth, 1917 VIA Michigan Central F*e»vc Dctroi’ s oo am. (l.Vm. time) Arrive Hattie * reek , 10.55 am. Arrive Damp I’uater Road 11 1" am. Returning special *r*m will leave Rattle <‘rc«*k Station 7 **o p ni. arriving tvtroit 10 00 p. in. Tb .* *r».n w■ a not *•• ; c • im; II- ad r- ’*.t: rung. Round Trip SC?3S (This includes war tan) PROGRAM i KIDAY—2 I*. M DESSERTS <>E ALL KINDS Suggestions of how to end a perfect day. MRS. CHASE —Cooks on an electric range. Washes with an electric washer. 1 ses the very latest household devices and appliances to make housework easy.