The Evening Record, January 22, 1907

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The Evening Record, January 22, 1907

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Traverse City (Mich.)

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1907-01-22

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THE EVENING RECORD
5 O’CLOCK EDITION

THAVEMC aTY. MICHICAn! TOEIOAY. JANUARY 22. 1907.

6 PAGES

PORTUND IS
TWO MORE SHOCKS TOOAYORCANIZED
ROOD SWEPT RESIDENTS OF KINCSTOR SUFFERIIIG ^ED ...-=11011 COMPANY
ICE JM MUSES THE TROUIIE

WARRPIPE
HARD TO GET

BIDS ASKED FOR BT COUNCILii

loerehae. It is two feet higher than
ever hef«»re hen* and atthmigii the
temi»emtiire Is rem It U atill rising
ramilios turroundod.
Piwr* are entertained for the safety
of tftr fairlllea who are romplelely
anmMinded hy water in the (Icxid dla
trirt and may have had to take refuge
In the aeennd-atoiy roernis. The waters
are ao high that they are imnble to
have fitea and are believed lo be auffeting from ngpowre. Ihialneat men
are ukliig every effort to get auppllea
lo llu*ae people but have not vet anc
redml
Tlte one brtdgo remaining armna
the river I* ao locatfd that help ran
ti.»t Im* aint that way. Five ntiaJ
rt>iite« have bad to l»e dljioontlhned
for the pn aent. ^Tlte damage
r*-arh r»oa«’ to fSO.OOO.

APOLOGY HAS
BEEN RECEIVED
IS AN OFFICIAL

council Inat evening and this brought
an Interesting matt4.r which U not
c.mmon knowledge. Not onlj^ Is
tbe prle«* of pii>e verv' high but delivery In m>t gtiinint«M>d and It may
1 rnontba <ir| It may Ik* a year Im*
fore It can be ai‘rnrt‘d. However. :f
Ltra price, of a lM>nnn la luild, de
llvry III a ren4nHbb* time'may l»e
expected, tbe on|pul of the faciotlea
being in the hands oT jobbers.
The matter wn* 4>ronghi up by AF
derman Moon, fho Mated that the
w.nter committee; desir»-d to n'port
bad formuliitf^il one which bn«l
iMi-n han.b'd to the mayor to go over
since then; nothing had lM-«’n
luard of It. Thi* mayor Mated that
he had no dohire to withhold it anu
that he had kepi It only long e nough
millartw hlmMlf with the flnan
dde ol iht< mailer,
regard to the financial side. Hie
u; said that tber? was IT.imi.i
avallabTP from last .vest a bmlget and
alMMit IK.OOti more ^.uW be n\n*H\ lu
this 'years. At Mr FtMtlricha re
CM . Superintendent raldwcll prtnied'^flgm^’S which he bad pie|uirtsl,
trontlniicd on Fourth Tage.)

TEN HOLD UPS
IN TWO WEEKS
DOCUMENT

nuuwEifHBKnin
Fumlftiod to the Evaning Record
up to nomi uach &y by S. E. WalL
TUESDAY. JAN. 22. 1907.
Barometer, riaing. 29.77.
Maximum temperature for latt 24
hours. 16.
Cloudy.

Brisk northwest wind.

nea^ the lakes;
decidedly colder tomg»|l:
day. fair and vvarmer;
winds becoming easterly.

400 PEOPLE
DRIVEN OUT
STREETS RUNNING TORRENTS

SpecUl to the Evening Record.
I.aKe.Ann. Mb-b.. Jan. 22—The l.ako
Ann^aod Ovisti Teiephou
nlr«*d at Ovlati last night.
was 'organirt-d
This company will build ten mile> of
line «*xi.eudinK fmm l.ake Ann to
OvUtt with a , switchboard at (Kiait
and laterals running ftx»m theie.
At the meeting last N*vrnlng the
fullowlDg officers were tdei Hil:
Pnwident. Mr. Saltier
Secreiao. W. W. WUson.
Treasurer. U T. Uall.
Direct<»rs. N. C. LewUi Harry IVltlngilt. Mr. Bjmler. Mr. Heugsegger
iad 8. .8. Burnett.
The n^ comjMinv has sufficient
capital to construct the line and get
it . Into W’oiking order ormipleiely
«»nulpped for sen Ice w ithout a cent of

CYCLONE IN
MID-WINTER

City Book Store
The HoIuutCo. prop,

You’D Need
Leggings or
Callers

We Know Of I No Other Wav
For >-ou to know how cheap wc-are >elling gtaal clothes than .jg F«»t
to come and i.«4 the goods am) the values.
They will sptMik for
(h(4nse1ves. We are offering the Ik»b| values to be found anywlieiv.

We’n* tR’llinff theni nt
Very re.isonable jirinw.

Try ns on a suit at XSJW

ForMeOg

50c to 75c

KUBECK & HOYT

For Women.
50c lo $i
For Children,
25c to 50c

Joseph Sleder & Sons

Terre Haute, lud. Jan. 22.—At a
late h«»ur last night the Wabash rivei
b-viv* opposite the Koiithetn part of
tbe city broke fiiMMlIng the siUiuibs Empire Man Only Suffered a Bruised
of TnyUvrsville. Four hundred per
Hip and Dislocated Finger.
sons are homeless and many Uoum-s
Scaffold BroWe.
will IM* swept away by the torrent at
the rate It is pouting through the Special to the Evening Record.
Empire. Mich.. Jan. 22—While working on a scaffold in the Euipiie I.unicompany's new engine n»om at
s;»w mill. Richard Swire had .n
had fall hv the scaffold breaking. Mr.
8wire fell aliout lw#dve fiM’t and sus
talned
a liadly hniTsed hip and dislo­
CDNDITION SHOWED NO CHANGE
cate*! one finger. Ii was a ver>* nar­
«'
FROM MORNING.
row escaiH* from a mow serious litjury.•

FELL TWELVE FEET '

NO HOPE FOR McMIilAN

Death Is'Said to Be Now Only
ter of a Few Hours at
the Best. •

JAMAICA IS GRATEFUL FOR THE By Wire to the Evening Record,
By Wire to The Evening Record.
ica, N. Y„ Jan. 22.-Aftef a
ASSISTANCE.
IkMroTI. Jau. 21—Fp to 2 oV]
fight the police this morning captored Howard E. Eastwood ai>d ThomCorbett. .Bed e„p«:ti«ty 2S .nd ^
.hore'ba.l I-m ., oo nt.tcri.I
for the Aid Given
1». who conf..,ed to ten hold-up. «'d Lh„„^..
„-tUi:,m T. MrMIll.tn . cm.robberies committed m two weeks.}
moniinc. At that
Cortett hails from Louisville. Ky., and
McMillan
Eastwood lives here.
^
^
cmtTortable than he
was «ni Mdlidav. No hope i h.’ld out
By Wire to The Kvenlng Record.
fm his rccovcrv., Tb-.iih Is (
Wnahlngton. J.m 22.—Aaalatant
t.-r of hours.
S«vieiuiy of State ILiCHm lodav
Coal Pier of Pennsylvania
reived fnmi Kame Howard, charge de
and Schooner Were Entire
affulr.'K of tlie Rrltlah emhaaRy. an of
ly Destroyed.
Brlal aiM.liTgy for tho action of Gov
I the Evenling Recort
emor Rwettenham In asking Admiral
*. Jan. 22 —Fire des
IlMvIa th withdraw from Kingston.
•Profession.
the coal pier of the Pennsylvania rail
• Tltehtniedepartment 'today rer<’h
road this moming and cans**a a loss
tbe following telegram addivastnl
Becretary Rtrot: ' Jamaica Is pro­ of 1200.000. A P.almer freight line By Wire lo The Evening Record.
Edinburgh,
Jan. 22.—The kinematev
was totally
foundly gntleful to rour exc«d1eucy for schooner U*Mde the
graph has demonstrated its usefulness
destroyed.
the exjjr^on of aymimthy am
to the science of medicine In more
the very practical aid ao kindly given
ways than one. Dr. M. G. Chase, used
by Admiral IkiyU and tb« entire iwr
it to procure films Illustrating the con­
Ucnlar a*-nice Mtigdron of the I’nlted
vulsions accompanying an epileptic
Blalea.”
Relieved Themtelvat of Borden on (It. The thoroughness with, an which
No EgnlgfWtlon.
Hannafofd Hill and Continued
the subject has been pursued mti
l^f*. aJn » ~The colonial of
Hon to C«lar.
judged from the stuiement that the
lire la Mill wlthodl tn explanatkm
films exhibiting epileptic aelrures
from Sir Alexaader. ftwettenhgm. the Special to the Evening Record.
measum l,sy> feet, and contain
Cedar. Mich., Jan. 22.—Some oxcltegovernor of Jamgleg. of thcHlioatloo
ly 2S.0ft0 minute pictures of attitudes
which led to tba withdrawal of Rear meot was caus^ resterday rooming assumed during the convulsions. The
Admiral UnvU gad tha American war­ hy a ninaway fteam entering town.
value of such record lies nulnly tn us
They were stop|^ at the livery barn
ships from Klngawm ob Saturday
Ing them to Instruct medical studienls.
The slleoce. althouih ItTttaiing to and driven haci; by Art McQneer. It so that the>* may recognise the char
proved to be one of Germaine's teams
the government. U fooatfwed
acter of a fit when encountered In
from Traveraa City. They had vegood algn that this much regi
actual practice.
llered tb««iae)m of thdr harden on
affair la capable of gmkmhle a
ment and wRI not Maid to a&y dlarnrb- the Rnnnaford bill and hurried on
•fire of the friendly relatiocia between
By Wlru to tbe Evening Record.
the United Stages and Great BrlCain
Grand Rnplda. Mich, Jan. 22.—It is
csttoat^ that
1
only 1.000 bofHis slleoce la regarded as a coofe*
nimored that John A, Seymour of
> now nitre.
r
aloo of the weakneas of bU
Grand Rapids will be appointed by
^ f an evidf^neo of compunction
compuactlon at having
nilopted an Inadviaable course. His
QUICK. THE TAiLOR. makei good Governor Warner to succeed Banking
claUiaa. 201 Entt From atmaL
fdtoid raaignallun la expected.

Stationery.
You no doubt %*njoy lecelving
a li-tter oh tasty, new statloniry. Would nut your friends
«’Hjoy >oijr letters i> they
wnttca on «Ainfy, uptodate
stationery? . We have jus;
tipened up a consignment of Ikjx
paper and i.ntileis—tablets of
Hurd's and Blair's latest stylet
—Iiox stationery of Whiting’s
and
EatoD-Hiirlliui's
latvwt
styles. l.ct us show you the
new stationery.

TEAM RAN KWAT

■vik-

Waifs
Drug Store.

The Struggle for At
Meat

Summer
Prices
on

Winter
Gotlies ‘
The Overcoals
*

at

LOGS, LOGS

:

Flve-lifly,
Seveh-fiflyg
Nine
and
Eleven Dollars



arc newest styles bought this year hboiit a do/u’ii
last season’s cuaU
in the entire lot.

Consider the matter:

Will pay Highest Cash prices for •

,

.

Here's your winter
weather—here’s yonr
winter overcoats—here’s
prices that will Imnlly
Iks etiTiali*d again on new
merchandise, right
at the lime when you
need them.

Maple,, Hemlock, Ask, Elm,
, Basswood, Pine and ,
;; , Tamarack. .


I

I

Traverse City Mfg. Co.
Tdephone-CiL :i2, Bell IC'J.

Give os a look— /
People wbo do
this usually give
us more than
a look.
^

Sherman &
Hunter

tVottiing
But Good Words
RYE, WHOLE WHEAT,
GRAHAM AND
BUCKWHEAT FLOURS

Made iroB MleUgaB Crain.

Why sotnanyarp Imying Urge rugt at the preiont limo.
And, mitiil you,’most of them will not lx* use*! until iprinR
lionsecl^uing, Theae iieoplo are wite. They figure it out
as an <*a$y way to save* three, four or five doHars. Thia
amount itavod, as it surely is, can be applied on some
other article yon may want. “It’s all iao easy.” We offer
. you all the L'ood, snappy patterns in all tho different go»ls.

$12^g$14and
VELVETS at S20 and m.50.
i Best ROYAL W1LTOK8 at tSS.

BODY BRUSSELS, beat ifUket,'at 525.
AXMIK8TERS at 521.55. 525 ' and fU, all <Jxl2,

: j

Haimah & lAiy! Co. ’» I
0^

A Safe and ProDlabl^
Investment

TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, all 9x12 in size, at

from all who use our

BEST

First-clasB Butchorm,
Packera and
Sausage Makars

will Ik* ended when you
at Stder'.H Meat Markk. • Tb<- Brst
Offiy" l*' our motto and it la left to
bflyers of months, even years, here to
say whether or nut we live up to thehigh Mandnnl we set up for oursevea
» we opened our shop. CleanllnesD. courtiHma Ken iee. just pricingprompt us tp invite you here.
We pa*y top prices for hogs. %cal.
butler, eggs and poultry-. ^4/

>Vf‘

Ry W'lre 10 tho Evening Record.

EPILEPTIC CONVULSIONS

Beware of Imlutloiis of the ptiulne IDEAli. Them are haar ImItatlouN of the Teal thing. 8e,. ,Lt the name ill cal is
your pen.

The dlieotora will
urday and it Is exper
Will
made
ing thin arraogemer
so that work ran b«- l»egu
Wej.1 Alinlm will also Ik* n ncluil.

Wabash River Levee. Opposite South­
By Wire to the Evening Record.
ern Portion of City, Broke at a
Blackwell. O. T., Jan. 22—A mid­
Late Hour Last Night Letting
winter tornado last n.ght blew houses
a Flood Through.
and barns from foundations, demolishing acversi buildings and injuring sev-

200.000 BLAZE

and a satlafaciory writing inalmmont U gasnred. A pfp tbgt writes
wlihom a bloL a skip or a stop-wrltes Tbw momcol the point
tcMichca paper, rtgulrlng no shaking.

AtPLE CAPITAl STOCK

■y Wir# ts th« Cvenin* RscsrA
CAN CONSTRUCT LINE WITH NO
Ntw Ytfh. Jsii. a--Th« niihsd cHy
INOEBTE
twottonhsm's aii^tfvioioh Is unsbio to
of KififStos wss vtsitss by two imoco
shocks, •mnq torror to tht victims
Tht loss on
Work
Will
PfObabIr Be Bogun Next
Rivsr BsfSA Mislfif at 1 sClock This of tho foeowl oorth^usks. Tho first p|^
SfHl All ths mn4goecorroO osrty this momlog ond the olhor
Msr Os-Ossgsr St

By WIrp to tho BvrnlnR noron!.
Pwtlsnd. MIrh.. J.n. tJ -TiiD Boo.!
sttsatlmi Is rory
Too fwl
Nif w»t**r stond In sonu* of fbr »irr«»t»
sod msny familios haro
obllfnNl
•ONUS MAS TO BE PAID FOR
to Apt lo th# high Isnd. Tho tronhif
QUICK DELIVERY.
U duo to on too Ism ■!
rh^irlc
light dsn tvo nllos holov thp village
sod sll brtdgto may U* «1p*h1 oih
At 1 o’olork thla ynnrntng the rlvor
hogsa rialng ao rapWly that m«**
vk ABOUT SB
songofs veto dlapslrhod thmiighout
EXTENSIONS.
tiu* dsngor tons and poopie .hiuUinl
mit of Iboir horary. During the night
the ritrrr nmrly r«ached lt» high fnterosting OebStt Over lUrter of
water mark and many hcmaea were
emao«a to Re Given Widowa
submerged to ihelr ane<ind Boom. All
Whose Huthande Lost Lives
the fartonea in the village are out of
While Working for City.
rcmmlaalon today.
Tbe rallroud
hHdgr la ta danger of being waahed
out aod.OM^ nre intmllng It The
The water wrirka a«p<*rlntcndcnt
" water la within a foot of the Acw>nt was authortred jlo aak for hida for
of all the bhdgea.
pl^ for new ilrater malna hy the

Buy th^ Waterman Ideal
Fountain Pen

WILL BUILD TELEPHONE LINE
, LAKE ANN TO OVIATT.

TERROR- FOOD RND WRTER SCUCE-GDVERNDR SWETTENHU INCOMPETENT.

eleventh year-joo7

i Many cbeaber grades in Arabian. Fiber,
Banjo and Kaba Rugs in aU
* nzes at special prioea

Best Line ol Rags In Nortbem
Make Us Prove Ife

■mo.

. . •

%
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-

Ham
THinim

_

'Mto repaid wwdU AUw that thm
wockl be 15®.0Ml.aW boabMa <ff aur^
plus Wheat. Thm. the prWwa wimid
UQ and the buyer xrooM go among
the rarmerx and boy wheat at M cents
a buahcL^
-No one baa a right to set the price
oo a commodity except the nao who
pTOdneex It and the man who coo•emet H,- he said. -We propose to

QKccirt LEcnmc i^rr
WfOMT WAS «A8TeRme^

By Wlra to the Brenlag Becord.
Mexico City, Jaa. 22 -Eafcirtno Do^
mlagucx who hax beea egporimeoUng
with agricpltnral prodocu oo h\m
farm la Paebla. is
to bare ^ ‘
in the
freight
of.laming
from Hie linited Statoa. He hag iMt
^ the rall^ offldala here and tays
that they |bave agre«d to aaalxt toe
uDbuIUUag of agrfeiilUife In Merieo
^HC JAMAICAN ArTAIR.
It H mm «Mi«fAcU<w tb»( it H
MiCf^ IhJil
GoVw
Am^ Dfit up^
hoM htin fo hH hlicii InmM pMrtt%«
In rt^A to Umt Atoertcnn vonOilp
AMI tbm Mnri«!« cf AmtrUmm blM
,>mA»U.
tb« Affair t» Biml
a "tapi^ la a •aapot'* wmd arfll itmA

i

hll^n w-wage Into
nnl the Amertcan gr«^ for gain.
Uto thiwe thlagx wbleA Dr.
Thpmaa e. Green AwHi on ax “Amor
Problnmx- In hU lecture op the
achool lecture course Ixat evewingi
Fbr almoat two hotfra and a hall
Dr.; Green held hlx hig audience at
hia flngwrx' coda. Hlx folk lx* rapid
and during the evening he went Into
many polnU hut never dbl thi< Inter
eat I of the peojilc lax. The Icctare ItaHf waa a powerful nccompllxhmenl
and It la doubtful If there were many
In the audience* who wert* not net
thinking on -Aroerlca'a Probbtni”
aft*T lUtenlng to Dr. Green.
lit oprulBg he trarwl the acience of
medlHae through Ita vaiioux erode
ata^ up to the prearmt time and
theg dwell for a few momentx on the
Buhifct of barteria.
baHcrta. lie apnkc of the
tuhjfct
phyalrianx who refimed
old ixcbool of phyal
had to treat
to cUrate and therr-fure
thei
thnjdlxeaac from an external prdni

to KlBgatlai for no «iU«*rlor laotiTe
tl»«y -wer® tliera im*rt^x lo r«*fl^r
RuffertoK. to al4 la an attM^nr^ncr. U
la tma that amtod tn«-n atm laodMl
cm Brftiah aoll but lix (hat there wax
uo brtmrh of Ireatj rrlattooa. no ahow
td boaUlItj. Indaed thrlr motlraa wore
. of tho haaL The dty of Kln«aton bat!
aultorad a horror and to nitlinito ati
for aa poMlUo lha aaffariag'aad 4fa
order that vciuld natural^
dliaator of auoA maanltode was the
parpoae of .the American Inraaloo.
la light of thiA to bate the govcr
nor of tho Inland virtually order the
ittcr—the 1
AmcHcan aallora to revoibarh an
Swinging to biB topic he aald, *'It
remove the ablpn from the bari»or lx
a alap In the face that U parUculnrly du<^n't do any good to cut off tho
bard to bear. The only eaculie Uial diaeaaed portion of iMdltlcx. We muxt
down where the bacteria arc
can be given la the fact that the
ng and dealroy them.
calamity had npaet the governor's
American people are known all
mind and be «o« not rexpcinidble for
wliat he wax doing Thai would bo -. . the world aa people who Indlevc
Infinitely In Ihcmxidvea.". and followHowever, It lx more than likely that ing aluDK IhU ilm*, he brouglit out ihc
flwoitonhnm's Brltlxh pride was fact (hat wo wore m well aaUafied
wonndod by the tnet that bin terrltoo' wUh our conditions that we did not
^ waa atxsofrtlng relief from a forolgn face^ the real probh-ma but let them
ran>pago along, becoming worae nnd
connlry that foreign KalU>r« w^patrolling the
and axsIxMok worae ever day.
110 then apoke of the whirlwind
In policing the town and theri;fon^ he
tiKik an ai tiou that ran h»* calUnl bany Hvcg the American |K>opIe wero 1c*adof tho nation's
ni Innat.
th and how every' step had
Tho poMple of KlugMU.n do not xid.>
with their gi>vernur, fh.. London pap M'eni«*d to be gttard^ by an unae«ai
. em crlllHEo him mildly and In fact liand from the danger with which It
Ilia poxition la one wlthtxU xuppoit wax jaarrounded.
‘ Aynerlra Is tialay faring the gn«tTIjo whido Incident la a dlxtreioUng
' one and «ioex not place Governor «*sl pndileniB she has yi*t ene«»untered.
NcR 'exft rnul problems, elilu r.*' and
BweUtVilOun in a fa\orahle light,
|s*.*h.il at tho Id. a M. Japan
ho
rrof,WH*»7 \villl:.n. I.' Thoiiiax has or ev.-n th.* iiiiII.mI fotre.n of the world,
taken on hlinself the lank <if atlvertls rululhg Am.-rlra. Tlun, with the
Ing tho ClilcAKO Unlvimliy, the pub I...USC as ^ti^ :iH death so that the
lldly on mmjunl of lluckefcllei a llsfeoers might eatrh every xoTily
paid a most
latcat girt havmg dle<! out. The pni siH>ken word. I>r.
ftuttur aaya (hat ihla la « while man's lM*;iuUrul Irihnlo to oM gb.ry.
-I don't iM lieve th.'ii wherever that
world mid by o quallfylug claiiRt*. puts
women on a hw\ with
If lM*amiful old fl;ig unruils its st:ir.M and
wo were mR umsI (o
mlorlrl strii*^ to the smile of h«-aven and you
y.Mir hivii t nnd hands will any4-manatiiig fn.m that luillluti.m «»(
learning, we mlKlit l*e lempUsl to nay mie Vft a hand to pull it down.” he
x<inudhliig tliat woiiUl iiiake the pro said and the Iiouko rung with applausi*.
f^waor'a ItHfl car burn.
The hiHxiker then nferreil lo l»luMuch has Unm aald cone< rnlpg the tarrh in hlx «wteem for the church and
boy or young man who hannH around taking up the emigration problem he
a church door wait lug fur the ximice rendcTiHl s<mie very IntenwUng auto (uid and of nil Uiai hax U*en w rIUtm ttstlra. He gave many n-axous fur
and paid, there box not In-en one thing the migration, the principal one Udng
In hU favor. Por aome time, one of the want of food which was ao much
tho chnrehiw of the city hax l»een an easU r (4» procun* ln**thlx country.
110)1^1 ao grcRilly by the aetloox of
The liquor traffic wax next touchiMl
Uuwo buya and young men (hat (hey upon and I>r. Gi<<en aald (hat he t>c
have had a apodal iKilictunan appoint­ Ilevc«N the stipprexsion of It lx all that
ed to atop tho anno>anrc. Thnao who will «*»mtnml!y mare the nation.
After going after the divorce quesmake a nulaanct* of thehixNvoa xhmild
l»o promptly aircated and dealt with tUm he turned to the greed of the na
the aamo ua any other dlxonler.lv per- (Ion. ; stating that all nati^a fell
through their greed fon'gxln and
qtioted Dxvld Harem ax the prophet
for Ibe tw<*n(leth century In 'Tlo to
the oiher fellow whxt he wants to do
but do It flnt.-'

Start
A Checking
c/kcoant

U'lt not ncw'xaary that you
have a large armmnt-a xmnll
aum will atari an arcmint.

united fore.w <if evil and the xcauert*d
one* 0f the church.
He rlisMHl with X imie hut efft>cllve
verxe to the flag.
Afxlnrt yoor ahara of that per capita
fflenit to get
drrulttlon which lx to dlfflcnli
hoM of, 3iwt act off your share of the

with a committee fhom orgaalted la­
bor each year and aet a price on oor
pvodaeu that wtQ he thh- to both:Deh«mleJehaiihM«r the Wood
workers' union, offered a motion that
the executive hoard meet the fanaers*
cxMnmitiiw and endeavor to oarry out
the policy advocated by the American
F>H}eratkm of Labor at Its convention

SCREECH CAME INSTEAD
, PEAL OF BIG ORGAN.

IT IS SYSTEMATIC
TO PAY SY CHECK.

First NaSonat

as4X9«xs

REX
CHOCOtATBS
tot S*

E. A. Ucmtw
P.UeMRBri
r. F. Aken

Ita

Mm

A.. W. Jahnu
Bom A Moon*
A.OomUa
J. H. UnMiB

AMritMiibrogStoM.,.,

Ui4 fov hemaa ta warm ilay
and n|ght~aio huOang a fire M
a cold room in toe momlng—
no dual dirt or atooke. COUt^
OR9Q1NAL HOT BLAST U the

25^€<»tf
! n’nNG ’sTOVK
■ Our inventory brines to Sitht Kya«l hundred
dollar^' worth of stoves that we are siucioas to
dispose of rcg^ardicas of cost or profit rather
than to have our «*oney tied up for another
whofeyear. Even if you will not Want a new
stove before next year it will pay you to buy
one at the prices we are oifenne n>
close out our stock.

this xtove hold Ere thlrtywlx
hours wUh soft coaL

J. W. SLAli»
IHEHOUEMXKCa

OF

Feline Had Been in the Organ for
Five Oaya But Waa Still Able
treer and Mlxt
on many fk^x ivrfalch have nothing of
the kind at prexeni. He expecta to
give Infoni^UoB free and aaalxt all
Oyater Day. N. T. Jan. 22-In Ft
he can la iMcwrlag better coodlthma
raul's Metbodiet Bpiacofial church
for agr1cult|]r1atx.
Sunday morning, the paatnr. the Rev
Warren I. Bowman, bad given out the
first hymn, the choir was ready to
Mng. the man at the organ bellows
had lR*gnn to pump and the organist
bad elwk tW* first notes, when .nn
uneartmy eerwh start led the congregatloa.
'

At the dlscf»niant sound the organ­
FARMERS BELlCVC THAT^OULO
ist clapped her bands to her ears.xnd
BE A BENEFIT.
the man at the bellows. frighten<-l
nearly out of his wits, ceased his efforts abruptly. Then came un ominous
►llencD*. broken by several ‘prolonged
yowls and piteous meows.
•Cat." whlsiKTod the congregation
as the sounds grew louder and more
frequent: The service came to an
ahnipl close. Hooded by the pastor.
Kcarrh was made In and about Ibc
Declared That the *^Middleman" Wat edifice by the membra when finally
Robbing Both the Producer and
the minister, stripping off his coat,
end It Wax Time
craw lev! Into the organ Uift and aoon
to Cut Him Oiil.
emerged with a big black cat. Both
cat and minister were covered with
dost.
Chicago. J:in. 22—Elimination of the
Tlio cat, -Booker T. Washington. '
middleman in the distribution of Mrm .«o nametl ivecautu- ho Is a pronounevvl
pnxlucts to the city ronsumer was the brunette, ik owned |.v the editor of
proiKwItlon ptit iM'fore the Clilcugo th.- O.vster Bay fllot. whose house Im­
F.'.Iemllon of lutlK>r Biinduy by a d.-l mediately adjoins the rhureh proi»cr«KatbiU fmm lh»* Ano rlcau Society tif ty. The cat had been imprisoned in
Equity. tM ttcr known as the farmers' thy organ flt^ dn:?s.
union.
It Is suppi^ed that wben the Janlif.r
A confereneo was held at the of ilK* chnreh left the do. ni oi*en th*Briggs House Sunday night lM*twfen cat wi-ni In. and, l«-<-omlug .frighten
the executive iKiard of the ct*«tral ed. sought refuge In the organ piiM-s.
kboi
bar l>ody apd the farmerii. and It '^rom which it ha.1 b.vn unable to erwas pmxllet<*il that a central market
would la- established In this city will.
Tiihby ha.1 nearly j^lven up th«- la.st
In the next thirty days.
of Its nine Ilv.'s from overcxc.tion
N. C. trxam]vy of Uaralam. Wls fright ami hunger wh.-n rescued.
who heaclwl the farmers' delegation
rharacterlrcd tho board of Hade as a
To Cura. « Cold In One Day
-Irmple of yi rnme” and said that Us
sister In Iniquity was the storo o
rommisskm luerehani <m South Water
Blrt-el, lie declaretl that the farmers
WIT*- organUitig for their own pro­
tection and that Jhey pro|HwCd to hold
their pnsliiets until they g^it a fair
price for them whatever action might
Im* taken by urganlrvNl lals.r lii

ELIMINATE
. MIDDLEMEN

CONFERENCE HELD IN CHtCAGO

FRANK
TRUDE
agnnmKRagM

10 cents.

Don’t Forget

Sale of Rockers.
Bargains WoiM liookiag Inis
On gcoouiit of tbeae gooda aniving too
latt* for Iho HolitUy trade, wo have an
enormous Block on band that aro Uking'
up too mncli room.
If you want a Booker,

B. tT. MOftCAN

Pioneer Liveq.
' llm-k calla inml.* Dromplly
at all hoars. 1 call for la*!*-

I havr an open bus for
slcijihridc, parties where
they all sit down in the
bottom as they used to
do in ^^ood
d limes
o. Have aroihi
arotfier
^idc seals for
those who tlon’i want the
other bus.

Now Is tlie Time to Boy
Ami here is where yna will find the Sn.
«*at nssortment nnd the loiveit priM in
the city.
Tho followiog.will give you an idiNi of the Rreat mluctioo we
havo made. Tbesi* art* ouly a few of the many:
Laiye Ann Rocker, Kolden tvikfinish, regular $:i \wlue, at $1.48
(food Cv.hblor Siiat Rocker. loOThir $.'1.50. now.................«...2.88
Rocker like cut. golden oitk, roll seal, nicely carvetl,
always a.»Vl for fb.OOi now only......................... ...................... 806
Our 6|>ccial $7 Rooker, Kolden onk, wide nrm. roll BflBi, now 8B5
Sewin^r Cbnirs from ikio up. Morris Chairs
4.76 np.
All other high grade Rockers sold noooi^gly.,

crwifh^ ■■

Your Credit Is Good
■J__________ ■
j

If you want id move 1
can give you a good man
and a large sleigh and
give you satisfaction.



Your Reliable Furniture Store,

lErand Rapids Furniture Co.
127 S. South Union Street

The Hannah & Lay Mercaniile Co.
"THE BIG STORE"—Dealers in Everything

Why Don’t You Raise Poultry?
There is Money In the Boslncss, Both In
Ralsinf Bonllry. and ScHinf the E«s.

Towel Racks

Hit at Middleman.
U to be exRct.
-It Is n]> to yon." he aald^-to decide
whether you want tp |wy the Inc
They eoet me somothiog more
ed price to the commission merchant
«»r not. We are to raise the prices, than 12 cents each.
of that thert* is on doubt. Wc are
willing to JH*1I you direct and ellnil I will sell thorn to you for
natc the middleman's profits.
-We are now gfRtlng M ccr.u a
bushel -for our imtatoes. A few w ecks
ago we got hul ir cents. Y.hi are
paying Ku cents for the same |iotatoes
Sound. <|B«er.<1oMn’t it?
and the gambler and B|K*ciilalor
n.bhing the Tarmer who prodoceii and
H.n ’« th«* retwon;
the inlioret who conaumea. The
mission dealer bnya from the faro.pr
I want to get rid of thwa. Hare
at siarvail.vif pricea and aelle to you had them too long. Of coume
at extortionate pricea.
tbia don’t«IToet their quality. They
•*We have reached the point where
we must fight nnd wo are going to do ate made of hardwood and iron
It if we raHe the prices without and will Ust aa long aa yon and 1.
Itovtng petfmed a plan when-hy
wonld rather havo 10 <-ents
can get our producta at first cost, the
working for me than 12 . onU lay.
middleman will rolae the pricea
yotflk We will be benefitted but you iog idle.
will suffer. By working together we
can tooth be tomefitted and no one will
suffer except the xpeculator who fat
t
tens off us both.”
Bixmea Federal Reports.
Mr. Crawley told the delegates that
the government reports were reepon

NO EXTRA EXPENSE.

{

Cole’s
Wgluial
Hot Blast

C»T STOPPED SERVICE

Grocer

A checking account giv«w
you aafety for >-inih funds—
convenience for >our buslne*x
tranxartloos—a riTolpt for t*vctybOlpaid.

Tan can mb mva tim prtoi 1
orjMiralWTWhifuHby imtngir

See Our hit WIsSow
DIspUy. E?erythlnf In
Ponltry Bnsiness.

It must be doD< on BL-i.-iiliilc principloa. though. A small sum inveatad at fittl In the right
kind oTaappIies will bringyim such returna that you can soon enlarge yonr bniinesa- that will lxbotli faicinatingand nuxt profitable.
Wcoarry afullliuepf thocoleliraUjd ‘ Reliable” Incubators, Brooders and Poultry Sop*
p1i(*t. What wti don't have we cau Rek for you in the shortest possible time and can save yoo
money. You can tee yoar goals before you make your purchase.
The

Reliable lOO Egrar Incubator,
constant improvement.

one of tbt*

li3st after

twenty-five

years

of

The Reliable lOp Chick Brooder and Rat Proof Yard- The chicks cannot
crowd and are always comfortable nnd healthy.

The Reliable Stock Food Cooker and Water Heater Combined. The chickt
aiiHiu Ejuicker growth and greator weight when fod properly cooked food.
^
The Reliable Exhibition Coop, one of the neatest and be^t coops oo the ma^
together with screws. Can be taken apart in a moment's time, for shipping.

Is put

The Reliable Insect Bellows, for dusting insect powder over both old and young fowls
Poultry Netting
your poultry in and small stock out. Von oan bay any amount
you w»ni.
Reliable Lice Killing Machine—It does the work in an hour that otherwise would take
a full thy. It is the gniat«*st invention for ponltrymen ever made.
Galvanized Iron Drinking Fountain—It will jiui freese, oanoot be tl|^>ed over aadis
m^l^ily clcanetl.
Reliable Hand Corn 8heIler-SheQs any kind o! corn and is a great Ubor saver.
Grit or Feed Box -Excelsior Feeding Trough. Reliable Oaponiztng Instrament.
We oarry in stock n full line of International Poultry Pood. Bmppf Fancy Oonditioii Powder,
Pratt's Poultry Food. Seneca Horse Condition Powder. Iniematio^ Stock Pood, InWnstional Colic Core, Seneca Hog Cholera Cure, IntemaUonal Distemper Cure. 8eM»

When tbinkioK about preseoti that a -chande­
lier. pretty shade, pocket Aasber and

Portable Table Lamps
make the very best kmd-of a present We have all
of them in 'stock,
• at the

right prices. Come in
and see.

J. a PaiguSectriedo.

niE GIVE AWAY as premium
“ the be« Galvanized Iron
Drinkiqg Founuin for best exhibit
in Qass Four at the Northern Mick
Poultry Show, {an. 25 lo Jj.

HfE GIVE AWAY as preminni
i W a $15.00 Lake City Feed Cutter for the best bushel of D«i com
exhibited at the Slate Famos'
Institute, Jan. 23 and S4,

m
TfUVCMC CITY, tllCHIQAM. TU^^DAY,

nurs MMIKEIS

mOUlHITIIE
WISFOOMNG

AIUSEl|lBfTS

plUiMDS
'
UNTROUBLED

uthtooedaiittl pt«rtot>eii

NO

9&9m

flf

»«• «iaek

mM

r«MpU.

ag««eat of -Hooiaa| H«afta*

U r. >wfc«i
frti» ow ctilM
oMdt «u« tUM
iliiyMi
Uf. »
iMAd ter
mm,
IM W «i# tete tip la
iMAvto SA4 «mM pnteM> te ibrr«
tW0 or tlirte teura.

ally

Irlirf*

rIartjrM

•O HE TOLO Hit ^ABEnit OVER
PHONE LAtT NIOHlr.

froOi

Ikroushoot

Ite

pralateg It for tu teart laififft aod
ilM> bmttfdl Moral, atory a leUa, saklag aa erMilaf «HI apmi for all vbo

Oraad lUplda Htrald. Howavpr. tuia

RY

The United States
fievammaiit Report

THl

SHOWS

RoyalBakingPoVder

WASHOUT* HAVE CNIPPtED THE

[

Lhk* d«»r»ted ou, tSc.

I

■ UIMM*d»..TtmP«aar.M I

That Ona of tha Injuriaa Aafiiaaa

aar It. Tba old adkce Ual **a #ood

OCLAYRD

6. IL 4 I. BOLT HMUHCim

fm WOE ONIT SCBTCNES

hnmm ^ jmmUf, du., toc^Wr
«U|| tW •a.Ji «r-n*y. fmmn

TRAFFIC

SNOW STORMS.

BoUiitc injariow it if-u>d.
wtuit it joM at inportott, it
it tBliitlr «<hcti*e. It. de-

SERVICE.

of maximam stronstb,
pure nil hnHIifnI

Conductor Pock Went South at 5:30
Yocurggy morning and Col Bock
Thia Morning After a Ploao*

lada atemld aurry poor but a good

ing And Unovontful Trip.

obd IhUka Ilf iMa M emi rM
BaMvto.
^

trmlad la tetkm
than ta
‘H
Hmrur
fin dramatic author

te»r1i look a altfht Jmiip llila i

IM la Uh) borlnt prints, tt oow l
fur M

fualHp

Tlfr

Thi.

Mra. e. J. Hana were un
baa

rrcr glrca lo ihr aUfa a a^off IdylHc

U

Um-

la

lilClMvt prk> paid ter puik la aevsral

Tom

Ixigaa.

a

m or llir aoll oi
•aaiurr.. oom wobMoa.* wtu.
fbllcn mu. tbc anar# of a cUy ad***#,

LOCAL MARKrrC.

the'love tit a pur*-

::uii
.

.If

..noil
Hour. H . U A Oo.*f SotI. bbl.

d .kO

Oau. par bu...................................................U
Fbad. If.. U 4 0o.’a ML par
Chtrkaoa. prr lb................................ 21#I30
Applaa

alabbed by)a barber
at Ollret Wedw-aday i^pM. linUI Uat
nlgbt becauae of the condition of the
iclephooe wlrea.
Willard

waa

The aiory told by

SHOW WILL
BE LARGEST

Tl e raJliooda ui'cni to W txiH-rtmcIng no difficulty with the anew
no iralflc tiaa Uiu delayed ou that ac­
The IVre Maiquetlc U

...............................................
..................................................... 40M

iW’ii...!.!. 1 IS

MIddllaga. par 100

..
Bma. par ifO Iba.
Calaiy. Urgr aUcka...........
ralary. amall alalka...............
Lmitaoa. par lb..................................

J 10
,10
S
-SO

Oraagaa. M doaaa.............
Lamoiu. par dM....................
HuUar. enmmary. par lb..
Bailor, dairy. P«r lb................

Cbaaaa. par lb.................

with the aheara untH the third aUli

• Human Heart.- will ba the attme.

wbm be thought he had licttcr l«*ave

turn at ibe Grand opera houae tonight.

Willard aald that hla Injurlea were

sere not aent out totlay
r:. and T

OF HNE QUALITT

Gw. 1.. Sluueof Grand lUtplda. cuie

Uavia

property ,

corner ' Waxhingtoo

lelumcd aHcr 6

WEIIT MEKT THROUn TMT

waa aojoumlng aU*ul the aoath
eiw part of the atate trying to g\d lnt«
I rand Rapid.

.attract Much Attention aa Do

tenlay

Also Balpian Marwa-Oat-

He left at 5:30 yea

morning wnd got

thl. morning

lock Vary Satiafactory.

torck early

Mom of the travel wa.

the inmltry

alnioM

ftuo

blrda

In

Thia la aUi.it twice the aUe of laM
year*, ahow and will U- a marked am
eni oulbxik.

Mr. and

Mrx.

Hull

go

al^n to decide upon the wivalwork and

ONLY SMALL BUNKET

GDDDRDliDS MEETING

a

foit

Tomorrow.

Role Are Careful

Zimmer

aionally Mamfeated.

anv one part;
‘*f Partridg.

As n rale ha .1 leaiiisti-n* are cart­
ful afxmt thi-lr hors«*a during seven-

CW

w<-aiher l.nt

the affair fitmi print until the w-a

in'the pant

the

g.KMl

lie held

HMini t<»morrow

two days

t'rably

loa
in

bi-glulng at

i clock III the ninriilng.

man and son have the largeM numlH-i

Wyandot Is white the lalteFa

at

lielltuu- which will

But Some Careleaaneaa la Octa-

by

the


State High

Blaara aa0 brttera, UDO Iba
Brraaad
'rWckf*0». Uvr aTltbi:.-------............. .07

Hciga.

OTH

Bhaap. «Uh wool op ^.. ....
Bprlai Iambi, lira walfbt,...,
Calrra

.05

............................

05

IliwB ladaa

TO b

I’urrd hWaa ..................... .....lOlfim
Tallow................ ..

.04

VFTRY Ml’Cll IlKni’rKll |*rb ».* on
hmi*

and ftlnnda who

«z“,

im.

drath

and m\uWr. I.vdla J

»f

Mr and Mi>
iUW.
Ml. and Mim riiarb i
Ml

and Mix

ewnUlg.

then

daiu-oig
All

|Mi1les to

*elbk>

£?F.4VjDrsaJ\S‘.S3
I

FBMl I* WA

AIIhi'

snipiistHl hjm Saturd.iv eyti

lug al his hornt'. Tl*:* M'ajne strer-t .\
tide bupiHM was ht iviNj aiiil a vtiy

You will have the jjrcateii opportunity to
buy new, reliable merchandise at prices so
low that inventory with us will be an easy
task. The iollowing will give you'an idea
of what we are doing along this line.

33-lnch Wool Dress Goods. 5Qq and 5Uc
j
values, all good paiterns, choice ... ..•vj
54-inch Suitings, good colors,
J1 values, choice.......................... ..............

AboatM

26c
20c
36c
69c

olWool
at

\\><fui‘M]ay anerutam.
The lAdlea- Altar a.a*ieiy
Fraiicib chuich will

of

im'ct. with

St.
Mi>.

Jtm Jaequea on TarvUlh atnn-t tomorn»w anenuam at 2:30.
While Fred

Akera and wife

'diiving on l-'ront

were

aUv*-t thia

after-

nwHi they accblentally niu over Uu-lr
pel fox terrier.

The little felloW wrmx

atttppxd on bv the horn- and *«e run
ner of the cutter paaaiHl completely
over hi. bodv but the dtxg came up
amlltng and accnu-«l none the worae
l^oorgn Wctle. ex-chief of jadice of
Owoaa<i.

haa leaset] tbn IHielltnantr I

building at 2«.^rn>nt atreet and will
in.lall a moving picture outfit.

His

vine ht.UM- for u year.

:

The next Kllle club dance will htheld Feb
Lent.
Traverae

1. the la.t function Udore
City‘a population

cmia*al bv one

Mr. and Mis

U In
E. S

nM>NT SfBEEt.

iu

a want aU.

the Ev. niiig

aUtlng that

S*-*.ieh rtdUe dog had been loM

.1

the city.

T

G !i>,,hoid has iK-en at a minimum

.Mills did ih<- adveuisiug ami as the |n,,,,.

oral other can* were on l|w mala track '
while the engln*-

The craw of 181 saw the. trouble In
time lo Jump and t'seape wllbiml In­

Clark. Eleventh aUwet. a aon.
A replevin ault la being tried hefoiv

lie nt«

lechation...

m. wh..,, thirteiu

|„„ ihivc-

ATTEND SUNDAY SCHOOL
MePheraon Post. C..

A.

R.

Will At

tend -the Congrggstlonsl School in

report* d to Health Olllc«-i Marlin Iasi

The

IVbm-r

s.iwiiiiM

whUli

r some lime will
for the whit

ud. hut was not in the osnai wa>. The
pi-raon who had wrlliea the letter, is

wi^h

an

hXenlng

Record.

the family

and

gidd has lie-en mlm-*l

In Ja|ian and

nearly as much in Formosa.

they lead it through from bcginnlog

MclMet

nu-v'Uug

A- R-. hi Id Mon

Mm iHisi. :



“l.addle•• lb now safe at ho*e aud

The sugge-stlon that the- motor cars
cM|ulpped with cowTatdhers Is be­
ing favorably cornddennl In

AntaaM^^ Leartier
labker Stom C*»at

:

When

rt-si of the crt-w drclaix- that he wan
so Iwdly frighten*-*l that he naturally

C

dlv*-*l from Tlie gangway Isndlng head
niM

in a sn«»w

thiough

diift. going

that and

they

tret ef fixixen gn*uiidy
that

the

laitei

clear

through two
Th* y di-clare

btati-nu-nt

1. provea

hv the faet ibm he came up with two
hands full «.f mud.
No. IM’s c-ivw was c*imposc*l of Englne*-r

IVigmanii

C«>aductor

Firaroaii

VanNe.t

and

Mi-Gillls aii.l IVeniire.

Mallii.

Rrakemeu

The Im.vs am

taking up a collecthtii io 4niy Muliu a
m-w viilt of cintbe.

INSTALLED OFFICERS
Traverse City Chapter of the Amer­
ican insurance

Union

Had Good

mr

The m.-iiibers id the ItH-al chapter
<ir !h»- Anu-rlcaii Inmirame Cnbrn In
stalled tlu-Ir offlreis last .-vetting and

the avirage

meal

r> that class.

In

fact, it ivM.hE-d Itself Into a biyiquet
*.f 1,0 mean prr,iK„lir.„H

Elay evening, au Invitation
from the bU|H-nnteu«U nl o;

Thr- offlr'.-ra liistalu-u

wei*- aa fol--

attend
givgatibnal Biinday achisd
.I*.-es|deiil. Francis E- TmiiUer; virn
on ri-t*. 17^ and by unanimous vote
pre-vidnit. Cb-ruge FramlmUr:
pa.st
lnvitatH»n\»»s accepl*-rl. AM *dU
(’barbs rcK,iM-r; flynclal
.Hers art- requi'sted to mr-* l at the! president,
president
Jlug aenLiaU; r**conJlu
im.st tcs.ra al lo.l5 a. m . and march | wViviaiy
-iviaiy.

"THAT MEANS ME’

cc

Fred

Evans;

trcaaurar. Mrs.

Ella F'uller; chaplain. Mra. Kalhcrlna

Will

Sing

Coates; marshal. Howard Lewis; cubtodisn.

Carl

Carlsoo;

editor.

Verne

Henderaon; warder. Alexander Green;

Great

|aiitM..

Hymn at the Church
Chnst Tonight.
_____

to end and thus came acrosa the ad.
d«-scrib!ng the dog.

apitaremly veiy glad to get there.

-

a

*.upi»4 r whir h pni\r-*| to be la-tliT than
«guUt

The Jaiiancse government hub
nm a Record autuM-rlliei. nor a subto the chu
A package was gun to eneouiagi- gold mining and aa
receive*! Iram a neighbor and it waa a result over live mlHurn. worth of
wrapiied

v??
V

the work was followetl by a |>ot lurk

s Body on Feb. 17.

scrttier to any daily.

The ivaper attracted



he Haw that trouble wa. in the air Ibc

ma.b- the time pa- .

ytmug ladles de|wm^ lor their lumier

waa on

jury, that ia all except Miilln.

weiv. dom- away wUh. game-*

quickly until n p

^


M. Hox*-ra. an cxperb-nced road build

fivmi

The ivci».very *d the d»»g was diiv-ct*

them



*lucl the mtVUitg.
Highway c*fmnilMiout-rs ivcelvc *.iir

Ji»st.

ly thnmgh an Evening RiTsiid wan*

Tho

back lo give

Timr Laat Evetv.ng.

Cuutagio-js diseases at the ptVM
in

far enough

lime lo stop.

way Commiasloner Earle i.s m.t ablf

at Minimum.
_____
v,.,y m*atee

not

Joseph

Martin:

trustee for

I three years. John Myera: tnutew for
I two yeani.

Howard Lewis;

trustee

Tr.nlght the audience will sing the j for one year. H. A. Coatfw.
grt-at revival song ‘That Means M*-’

The In.talllng

ill the Church *»f CJirlsL
The audi­ leiiraseoiative Charles E. HIM. ^
ence aas
large last nlghf notwlth- also gave a very IntereaUng talk.
svaudlng Um weather and counter at­
STERLING upright piano, walnut
Two iH-rsons confessed
Christ. Tonight the |.asior will preach case, regular 1325; pra-lnvcntory price
1210. Grinnell Bros.
Jan 22-5t
tractions.

un -Our Nc.m! of Salvation” and the
Sunday school eborus wnil
number.

A

baptismal

follow the sermon.

give IWo

service will

A LHtIa of Cvtiythlns.
•ven

Indian

langne^M are atlU

SPECIAL PRICES ON HATS. MUs

W IT T E»S

i FOR SALE-Kimball upright piano at
Grlnnell Broa.. $150.
Jan 2M2t

C. P. McCooI. 118 E, r,Tnat.
/ Jan 22-eod-3t

Juatice of the Pemce A. B. CurUa to
day

Octave DtMMWie and Bert Mayn­

Friu Carter weni

BIO SI

Mlaainn Fere In tho dty today.
J.

P. VanAuken of Cadillac apent

sesterday In the city.
INVESTIGATE

:OIA1.8

TOIVIORROW

KIngsfry on

boMness trip today
J. c, Cummlag. and wife! of Old

E. WILHELM

Ing. there oippeaied

pUn is to ke«;p a conilmiomt vaudr-

ard being the principalis

HALF PRICE

in the Cty at Preaent—Typhoid

------■<)n IV*-. .51 aud for two day.s follow-1

Yesienla> a b-Uer wus.To*tlv*-<l w-e*-k. Other dangerous iliseaM-s liav*
Yulra telling the dogs when- Imhii stamped o:il aside froiu a
metd.Thui>day aflerutH.n af L* <rehvk
.-ibouta. Miss Uulh .Wills iiumetliati-ly ca.-i -s of chleK* uixix.
at the Ft.rebler Jrall.
S4‘t out tui the el«‘veii-mlle drive au I
The regular iue«'tlng of the t‘ouE«e
returned
with
-Laddie*^
sale and
W'U Start Tomorrow*.
galiuiial Ladle.* Aid aoclcty wlU Ih>
The Comiauilou Sewing wH-ieiy will

for it a expeiienc**.

8 piece* U» inch Silk, brown, navy and black,
a 50r value, lo close.**-*••• • .................. •
3 pieces l*rc,nch Flannel.
.
j
all wool, always75c, to close-----#..*•**. .!

I Only a Few* Caaea of Chickenpox Exiat

Around a Package.

llccorJ

Tho

hurt

er. will be here instead and will con

and

Old the Work—Paper Wrapped

dog dldn t turn up he'gave it up lor

nice pnwtem left him.

hidd at the home of Mra. Frau^ IH-aii

This We^k

want Ad m an Old Eweninq Record

Foieslera HiV

AlM.ut ihirfy filemis of Stanley IV

P*lmr

Nathab l*alim'i.

.d

iiH.now
(I lend

oj

alMi for lb<* iH aiiUful float'ii.

autftlHi

InvUed ami each euniled tt. bring a

kindly nbb'd -uk

Mrkiioaa and

NO CONTAGIOUS OISEASES

ti-t. toiuoimw evening 7:45 p in.
The (\'miMiiih»UH of nirx-sterw give

Card of Thanha.
Wa di-^lrr to lhank all nrl|.blH».>

branch.

was

to iH- preaent but his ib-puiy. Frank

Btoiiea were cliculaU*d and the evt-nta

RECOVERED DOG

► of ty^rle.

C P- klrn^.l tIK K Kn.i.t
.Ian JSitMi nt

Kalkaska

No. 1K2 wa. doing a^mu- .switching
at Comfort and the way car.and sev-

FOR MISS HUELIMANTEL

litbl alaart and bclfera...

th**

but no *me

craw iif 181 claim 182‘s nagmiui was

Whe«-l<-<k hMs the laisP ^t-JUinilHT of
-ome casea hav<- Ihh-u nutici-d that
laaued. but aa a riwult garbled IMymou.fh Ri>rks ebtors-d.
Uaik like grosH m-gb-rt.
day’s iiay for. allemllng tlie.-ie meet
•n.e pheasants euieretl by Frank Al
Om- horxe snevl for M*veral hours
ings.
ng up to the act told lu numeroua Aord are atlracliug consldt rable alien
on l*aik Htrt-r-t last evening with but
4Ion.
T’nder tlw' pheaskm tag
city on bualneaa connected with the waya."
a MitHlI
blanket thn.wn
curelessly
pail
of
tml.ry.
Ivaulifu!
sluSwr
laherliauryi ijtk.
over it
lu other instaiirt-«
BREVITIES.
Chailes rbL hjib a litter ,*ffourc.K-ker^j,^^,,
»»f four
A guainllan waa ainwUited for Juln-r.
h*-e„
rt.verrd with
a ipkhI
spaniel pups S'Utend and tluy are I blanket which was not
Surprise Party Wat Civtn at the
The U«lhlH*nc Si.tcra held u w
making a hit with the siH<-lat»»rs
A lemal and has Ihwii blow
Home of Miaa Pearl Curtis Last
- their
8le
Thi n- hua n^cently^ liee« opened at cnjoyahle dance laat evening
uumN-r of Belgian liarea also draw
Evening—Enjoyable Time.
fr« t. Others ever tiu-lr
iKaaau. Ovinmny. a leluxil for worom ari a orcheatra fuml.hed the nitiMc
their share of the crowd.
but liMV.- them facing the bUw-aid
l.ocal mill in many ca.ea Imara e
ehemlata Grudualea can earn fit>iu
A Mil prise i»art> ws^ given In h«uiet
Frank W MeKen/ie of Com-ord la* with no covering for their rhest
deuce
of
the
rough
uKage
1t
ha.
be
ef
Miss
Ruby Hucllmanl-I laM «-v«u
|2U to I4K |ier inunlli.
gun Judging the Idrds t||,U art.-imsm
Some of th.-se ihings canmrt
ihnmgh. for the pa»t few day.. Soi
and It will be some nine iK-tore he heljwHl but if a driver intends to leave lug al the home of Mfss Peail riirlls.
id the eXpiOHC packagea aNo auflertsi haa completed his woik owing to the
21** I-List Ninth sti.-*-t, Ml^^ (-mils
hU hoi>4‘ for Mime time,
IV'hpIle the fact that almoht a 1
iM-lug tin- h«»>tess
Th»- evening was
large number of enti1<-s.
dllveii lu the h-e of a biilUltug or
of ant.w' h«. fallen theiv I. .till
siH-iit ill games and musb .
Sujmk-i
sleighing on ihe |Hmln.ula.
was s«-rved .it H o*cb»ck and wan gieat
Ht-heaiwal.,
Royal
and
S<-Iect
Mab
ly
eiijovtd
liy
all.
Alter’^fhe
tvfie-h
. WalkT. Jculgr
COURT HOUajE NEWS.
Chaiiea Whlloo of |^i»alng la In the

on

way car of 182 was dam'agc*! con.ld

Local Dnvera aa a

|H.s4d of the While \Vyanaolt.s

storm at 4:15

the One at the Court Mouse

laigc attendance

The f..imer-s s xhildt

idlmllng «m.w

veMerdiiy aftenusin «-xtra l*ere Mar-

It is pioluilde that there will Ik-

of fowls entered

Ycslerdsy Afternoon.

the rear emi *»f extra No. 1K2 at Com-

The bird, are id the flu

dmt Ijincaater auccee<le<| la- keofilng

Rear End collision on P. M.

quetio freight. No. ISl. crashrtl Into

White and I'nitrldge Wyandotta B»eju

tacked him.
•Por the good of the college Pi cal

With Two Hands Full of • Mud-

Frank M. Rogers WUI Be in Charge of

eat qitullty and <d many varicliea. Tlu-

iV

y.i-.

Penetrstetf That So Far He Came Up'

Mr. Slone 1. the afchltr*ct who I.

I home in Grand Rapid.

fniiu the prv‘a

H.vrry KneeUnd and J

HARD FROZEN DIRT.

to

• jctuiNtiuciIng the iMauilful Muxsclroan

cage^

dde fit*m a numU-r of other |H-la

<«-s|K in every

will

I

the

the

OnNThura

day

wiv-ckctl wlirj..iy,,.r iretallK for their new rx-*ddcncc

elu

laoed thIa ancsuo«in aud now
are

that can be‘constructed.

Grand Rapid, to ln.|mci the plan, and

lone over the l*»>ie MuMpuHte tracka.
The bridge which

““I
The cull lea for

iNft-d. Munn aidwxi the ahenra and at­

lumurixiw afteimHin gt 2:30.

M

i. in tbv' city looking over the H. C

The T. C.. L 4 M. train which gtH«^

haaaanta E»rttrad by Frank Alvei

row Afumnoii at 2:30.

Then. It la al-

^»f Um leading archltccta of the wi-at.

ia iMidly crippUsl by the wahhouta

aflenuion aud

Com. P. Krcll Will Bo Burtod Tomor-

iM' hi Id fioin the Pn-ahyterlau rhuirh

The q. K. 4 I- i»

MAUN MADE
SWELL lUMP

o'cltick. going
noith ahortly
ward
In tho ineanilnie Conductor

FUNERAL SERVICE.

V. Kr*ill will

W. C. Mull.

and U»th got

uoilh at .1 to wen: to Walton ycaler

hold of him. but could not ipove him

The funeral of OmvK

C.. L. 4 M

Ing along nlcidy

Plana for New Reaidence for

Thc^. A N

having m. inmble with the drift, but

EXHIBITS

mere acratche. but thia morning >
The Ore arene In **^lapiaM»I ‘ bi ooc
Grand Rapid. Herald, under nn Olive t
of the fwwtwt ar*n«a *-*er attmipled
date Ilua of yeaterday aaya:
**
to aUge in a local talent pnaluHlon.
•|»etei
Munu.
the
bartier
wbo
It ahowa the tnalde nf the houae when
atablHHl Willard Hana. a aliident at
a. 1 on fin-. folk.aed by a atreet ai-ene
the college from Traverae City, waa
alih the tirtmen going to the On*,
arn-aisHl today on a charge of akaaiili
then It oiama up to the laM acme In
and lAtlery
l»te fUth aH. ahowing the tnttertor of
• HanN riu elv«*d Ihiem wmmda. one
an^ altb the fire
of arhlrh may be aerhma.
I|e
cine peraon l» rea
abbed twice
In the alomach
and
rural fn.m the buiBufg building while
.e*N> woiinUa aiv- hiwllng. but another
rolbcr fM iiah.-a In the lUmea. It fa
iHind in the lung within an Inch and
great ac*^oe and wi.rth the prlre of
half of the heart U(m-m not h«*ul rupimiaalcm altme. Tlie grr al thundec
Idly and blood fiolM.nlng la feiued
orm acme *»ff
th • U\o of
Rant^
• Kilenda of tbr Injured atUilent ad
Cruac when* a Idg 4dp U driven on
It that there had be*-n ill fer-Ilng Lka reeked
la um
the rorka u
leen the two for aome lime
They
Reaenixl
ling drene
Reae
great and egcUlng
aay that Hana waa aUodlng ^edure a
aeat llrkraa go onj aale
laaa in the ahup putUug aooM- r«ild
morning at 10 oVIockl The bulge haa
cream nn hla llpa when tha li^ulx-t
Mild lota of tlr keta aOj
aakt-d him to aiep aaldc. Bocaua.
good aiwta belter be ii I hand waily.
*m movcMl too aluwly be took
becauae of hla weight.

Grand Rapida Architect ^Will Prepare

lime and the anow plow a of that toad

imorrnt girl, the and thought he waa ^ai puking him

aar«-tbtwrl of Ida la yhoial daya

CHUttLSIOWHEBi

count.

aabaUuiauUy the aame

luiw wud la ooly iaarad from rula aa waa given In yraterday agening ALMOST SIX HUNOREO SIROS
and dralnirlWm tbrWofh iba pawTMa Record
He atated' vbaf^W^tbought ,.-c-:z::i.<3£3ERiOUS CAOCS.
of a tevlni mofbor. a little child and the barber waa joking all the Hme

ClaartmrK pork, per bbl.... .'lll.te
k pork, per lb...,
I a< pork, ptr bbl..

FbUloai

nuDunicate wUb their non

PRICES oa

and ready lo-wfiar hata

atreot

Mian C- P-

MeOool. 11* R. Front.
Jan «4w>d 3i

Remember that the specials advertised in yesterday’s papers were
for TODAY and TOMORROW (Tuesday and Wednesday).
_ The advertised articles srill continue to be sold at the special price*
TOMORROW
ONLY.
so
don’t delsy!'

IIMBERO

BROXMER

ii

:-v

Tr, -V

■ * 'X:

'com sittiBiir emit
iT^«
^jhi^howciB fou continue
SidiylMh.** 9n4

H«MlorV

UHiiati Bi^lt
^. <

fDobfi^tiieo^
Imn iat hf %
vtty^be*4«y of
ybiilMtii^.

‘ ■‘

m:

imiQtni
-ackh-rp

Aday fDu^ the cold aiava a
toak which aeat 4|wm oat to
» ietda. Many caaaaof
«pprted to the poll
dartag the day and evcalng. two aC
Caiwa tnk CtPki^ia WHh tlaa
dartng heitlng the per
^ata in Riif Hktmy af tha Caith
tfoun about |3.a«L
•lit Rapaat ta Maka <laad
The eartiem crime waa the robhaiy
of the ierweln -tow of Uabolt R Co
1«71» 8Ute.glioet.
In the earl:
moralu houra thieveu amaahed i
-It a t
ptete liiaaa wtedow with a brick wmp^
some of Chkwgo s
ped ImAekU ipd tfok Jea
tiler reading Proat more BUe Hhof frooi i
The theft waa aot detected uatU the
aight’ watchmaa I found the glrnM

bmltey

I

MATWHAt IlieOfT COHMMr

REG»T IS ONE HIMSEIF
r&INC« OF WAI^ ALM HAS
FINK COLLCCTION.

h wv

!-:i 3'

a:

•T"

••ini
Mm Ttilt ¥
•f Um Royoi P«iil«uiic to^

Jon. 2t~B/ tvy«l |>rocU*
nuUiott rooontly I»«u«h1 Kiux KtiwanI
h»» 4rauU«l> eisIttbUftfaMi ihm eUIus
uT »Unc» oolkw'iore u» •civniUUi and
) of thr
I Out Um I
tnodon PhlUUUc oocliMy W ehmugmA
%o Um Royal PtilUioUc •oclrty. thmt
n b“ tocorpurmuid under royal charter
.•ttd haa dJOfvrrwU U|aia lU a»enil>er«
lh<- tHte of nrtViaa i»{ ihe Rtiyul Phil
•tiMk «ncio(>.
Thia rrcoiniiioa U aa In>|»ortMt tu
iK lenilau gf«ctaUy aa U i» *Tatifyinj:
lo •tamp «DUoctora the ahole world
over who have faithfully purged their
altins aiobt iDtctit^aUas and
iUMiruciliro Um«.
uacomiiialnluaO
•houlduriiis the UUua of * faddiaU, •
*ho».h>Uu;‘ and even of “craaka*
tliat unayiuiMlheUc pciaunu uoac
quakiled with the value of their work
have m^nertMifly bc*Htoweil upou Iheoi.

V

I
■n?

!=■

•fioputortty there of idUtotoly. Init U*
caUAc the new Ro>nl WK-lety htt» a
numlK'r of ninulKr« in that IhucI
Future King U Active kember.
KUwnid VII ih nut a meniH r of Ibr
phllalelir MKdety. but tho piuicc of
Wale* to iU piiwldcnt and ha* one «il
the Smwt K^ltfirtUiBu of aUmp* in Ihe
woild
lie btxunu- Intctvaled m
alaiiip* when a buy uud haa made a
thorough aiudy of the wubjcvi. Ho to
mu a figurehead In the nocleiy. but an
active, eager worker, and hU liiicroat
to further altealed hy acvcral able and
valuable p,ip»*r» he haa iW before
the organlxatiou. The baala of hla
collect Utn waa laid when he waa mak10| hla woild round toyagea In the
uAy. but he haa madtraondirTful and
valuable aiUmiona Ur It alnce. Three
>i«ia ago thU uuMith h» aecured hla
gioatm iafU>«-(ho 2-iBAce poauince
MauriUua auunp. He bought 4hla at
auction and .paid for tha pracioiu hit
of pagpr 17AM. Hli oollacUon to
parUculariy kreag in ainmpu of the
BtiUah' a«ptae Rhtlalaiy ciadUed
him with bring lacgelj initruiDanUl
la laiueaclog the iOug. hto father. In
' dtoUagulahlng the cauae na n aclenu.
Ilcooo.
The prince of Wale** work fur coi*
looutra haa been ably aaoondod by the
vice pntaident of the foclcty. the m.

Coihlipalion

Hon. JaMi Ladovlc Undjajr. «aH of
Crawford ^ Bakarrea. ilia rIateaM
of whoue MSeetkia of the aumpa of
the IJolted Biatea to uaaurpajwed by
that of any collactor In the world,
faianap af •tamp CallactUti.
The aciaaca of atamp coUaetlBi to a
product of lhe alnaiaabth oeotury for
tho very pood rwuoa Abal pomace
•tampa were not uaad hafore lha mh)
die of that ceoiury. The London aoGicoy waa pne of lu fliwt groat sUaiuUtlng fact^. having haea organixed
In April,
and having devoted all
Ita aforu jia the auecaedlag year* to
the advaMtemaot of the cauae. It haa
had aueceaalvely aa prealdenia Sir
Uanlcl Cohper. Judge Phllb-lck. the
duke of $axe<5oburgOotha (elected
when the jiuke of Bdtnborg.i the earl
of Klogaum and the praaent prince
duke of
of Walea kakotad when the di
York,)
The extiol of lnlere»i In phlla
Ureui Brifain to evldaoce
conuiKiTl^ Importanoe ol
ben*. It tplght be died U
that theth k QM ocmcan
daalpri ia)$hto etty of Lot

rri-rr-.

too with I repraucpialkio
In anarch of addiiioaa
lo their valued atorea of.»t#lPl* speci
mena. circulam have Jual been xa-.
colvad hei« aeUlng foiU that a gal
fltKkOOO will be
auctioned In Boatun (he laat of the
month, arid therv* are frequently aalea
of large blocks of atamiw lo the
•tatur.
*
The Roi-al PhUatellr aoclcty haa
many members In ihe United -States
and ibmada and theac Include some
r the bcia known and wswlthlest colle<lors of;th«»i*e countries.
FirUat In UniUd •UUg.
Atiluag
U II J. Duviwn.of Ne*
York, who haa the gnol general t-ol
!.*< tlun of iH»*lage Ktpmps In the UuU
«h! Statu*.
Au<ah« r American FT R. P. 8 Is U
II. Wt.rlhlngton. of Cleveland, whose
(Hdhvlion to sicnad In value only to
that of Mr Duvean.
AnothiT la 11. J. Crocker, of San
Kranrl*ct>. w hoM* cuUeclioa of HawaUan stampa ha* wua the hlgbiwt
honor* In IntvrnaUooal cxhlbltluna of
to C. A. Howe*, of riow
too. whose oolIccUon of Korean and
port^alamps arc the
flncm In the world.
rhe «iHait colkcilon of Krench
mps ever gotten together to owned
b.v M. ii Lombard of Boston, a mem­
ber of the Royal Pbllatclk ooclety. It
awarded a medal at An exhlbltiOD
at Paris.
.
,
Senator E. R. Artewnnan. of New
Jermy a F. R. P.
hAs^ the «ne*t
known collccUon of the aUmps of
Norway Md RmaedeA.
Among Ibe other acaahars of ihe
Roytl PWlAtaUc aoclaty who live in
America are:
New Torh~J. II. Amlkral. O. F.
Biiiner. H. Clou. b. B. Gorwig. Gordon
IralaML W. Tborae. i. O. Hobby.
K. J.-H. & Oaata.
Holland.
Ckreiand-CL U Pack.
Rprlagfteld. Masa.—C. Slone.
Waahlngloa. D. C.—George U^Topan.
W*isconsln—N. H. Wit bee.
The entire family of Aalhooy Jolfaaon. a Polish farmer of Cheboygan,
about aeven mUaa from tha city. U
Btrteiocfi with tyghoM tew. Two
chUdinn hava abwady 4M. a 4aanhUr. Hartha. agad lO.jmd o aon. Ab
bait, agad If. Tpo or
Athar
tamUka who are ckme nalghbort are
ako thiwatenad, ai aoma of the <kDdrea already have the dlamtoo.^
The- Rev. A. a Ortgabr. for nlae
yean pastor of the First Coogregatlonal church at Gbeboygan. has ac^
cepled the poaHlon gs ppator oC whh
Plift Praahylprkg ohnrch nt Bast
Jordan. He and famBy will be gneaUy
mimed bj g boat of friends In the
city and county.

lag pvory time preaonto k pat oo tor
a fire.
To give the oast aide ndll district

KTc Ih poor kedth. weak, pale, nervous,
\
doctor about taking Uut non.
V tkoholic tAiiic And altcfAtivc* ,

Ayers Sarsaparilla

o&hor tlAto and to get Bra presaore
QO tha wcot aido would cost B2.C00.
This would hrtug tbe total up to

NON-ALCOHOLIC
.

The total amount that cook be Bgured npoo as nvaMabk vronid be
ahoot ua.aao between Ma> U 1to7.
and May 1. 1MB. Mr. GaMvMl atntod
that tha coat of pipe nrooU nnomgs
ahont Bto a loo and even thoa ao one

and pernoiu in Htje booth eanno
wo by thtaw in U^o aalooo.
Trudell anawcie4 the ring and a
aa s voice answered.
do you wsnir* as
Atkod Trii
dell.
-I—is Frank
-Vn»y—erl-l
ime over thoo wl J
Trude)! became
jmpattoot,aod when
raase jmpatleot^
be heard Ihe front
front]I door of ll
the saloon
Ml thd receiver.
close, dropped
In tbv* sslodn. mod bee
1. The cash register
small d^iwer nea
tacL bat a s«
open aim an envelope conUli
checks, one for
and one
and |4M in cash. W gone,
the money bekmgejl lo Matt 1

soan famlUar with the sakmn.** said
Trudell. -They evidently have been
hanging around here for %ome time,
and knew that money was kept in
that drawer."
Detective Sorgeanu McGuire and
McGrath arrealed la young man soon
after the robbery.; This man. the po­
lice aay. admits having been in the
saloon live minutes bcft»re the theft

JEWISH PROTECTORATE
Prapaaad .to Organiza ihe Hebrew
Mambera of Parllment Into
Such But Members Object
By Wire to Tbe Ehening Record.
London. Jan. 23 ~There to said to
be a, movement anKmg Influential
memU'is of |•arltomettl Into a «i>ccial
commlUtM* to watch over the Interests
of their <M>reUgiontotK. It wa* first
*UgF«*Av*d'by Ihi operation* of . the
aHim* act. Gthw memiuivw «*|»erially
alfpctlng the Jews are the cMlucallon
hUI. the Sundo3 closing bill, and the
ualuraUtaaon lams.
The iKkiion.of a conmiUtcH- to not at
all welcome, it appeals. to the Jewish
membius of parliament themselves.
They say that they wtnv cUMrled to
the intenrsu of their
slUucsnta. and not of the religious denominatiun to which they themstdves
belong.
-rwixt Undlord and tenant

Constipatioii it a
Coodhioo

wmm

If he has a better medicine, take his. Get
the best, always. This is our advice.

The neU> littd txmtains no alcohol

WashingUm
Prmaktin. aghth
hpvc aaar aateiwd into It In tbo full- botwean rtnnkkp and Union, tho
They agwwd with tha poadlt
IBs Mkiwag that mamca bad aot
qnal ehanoa with maa tor maatal
dcv-elopmeot: bgt were also confl

.: '/ri;-''

- , FIVUIEI It
'n, . niiEDWUD

“mfe

miaffiWiiigT
(OonCtaM Crem FM r4aJ
Hn Cl^tnpu nak kgk fha Intghr
mmrn •«« ghM ASM tor the na
tenkem but that had alftndy been »
thortsad.
Tha WashingUm atnat
Mihi makAxoM AMM. wm hg/bA
•trek «4JMA Manana nunet BUMA
FrnnkUn atreat lAAlB. and ihk kvaa
a local of aSbatk tHMb vtth nmoy
MinMA fm tnho mmmb- to ftAk
oC the vator wortm and rnaehtoM
down to Oak octool. there to ao ekW

'^^Wc have no secrets to hide! Wc publish the formulas of all our medicines.
J. C. AVER CO.. !

UoBa<gf pniMiBh
removed, woman would aurprlsa her lord and
do aoc agiwa with
ass ahagalBar. hot R k uue that
na havw coma iaio tha Bald of In
telleoinal competUkm lata In the his
to-y of the race.** said Mr*. Cather­
ine W^gh McCulloch, a leader In the
su&joga movement and a^ praciicing
lawyer. “Hto tbeor>‘ to not' surprislag
when you coiuldcy that one hundred
years ago there were no collage* for
en. and that girls were not ad­
mitted to the public sebooU of Boa
ton.

BowhalJ and Daky McLachlan tor
damages for the deaths of their hus^
iwnds who were kllkd whik in the
employ of the city. The report stated
tha board of
that the commtttaa was unable to public work* atahM that thif luM AB
agree on the Bowhall rlslm but would opportonliy to pvmdhAae hooUock Iubp
rv^rammeod that Mrs. McLachlan be her for bridgus at flSAO a Umusand
given 11.MM as a lull seUlemeot of and could aocura between ninety and
any ItoblllUea arising from the death one hundred -thousand fteet at this
of Duncan McLachlan. The report price. On Mr. Sbutcr’s motion tbe
signed by J. M Glllett and Mai hoard was aulhorijMM to purchase as
Winnie.
derman Moon moved to adopt,
A odmmonkaUbn from the board of
laying Gmt while the diy waa prob­
**lt ia only vllhto the last Bfty years ably not liable. H should look out for take tha m»oeaaary steps to vacate
that woxBca have had aqaal cdocaUonBmlth street from Hannah avenuo to
wortanltka with men. Yet it
debate ful- Urn Pere MarqueUo right of way. the
olouB how ihay have uken ad lowed. Mr. Larik sUting that the street running through the land rcvantage of .them during that ^time. committee had heim cbmiKised of Al­ ccnlly purchased for cemetery purThere are now about as many womaa dermen GiHett. Winnie, l^c. the tioses. On AJderman AhUnf* motion
as men in the InstUutioas of higher mayor and the city aUomey. He the city allorney was instructed to
learning. The exami|ies cif Harriet statud that the last ho heard of the tab© the necewsary steps lo vacate the
her Slowa, BUiahath Barren latter was when an offer of the city stroet.
Biowaing. Francaa Wlliaid and Suaaa raa kdt wUh the gky attorney of the
On Alderman BvercU a motion the
Anihony-. mhow what wroman caa romen. He dIdo t favor adopting the petition of the Swedish HapUsU for
do in aa IntaJIcctuar way. 1 do not linorlty report.
the use of the Stale street school for
know- any man of the prcacni day
The mayor and Mr. Lardle l>oth religious purpooe* for five or six
who has done aa much for the good of
weeks was granted, no rental being
humanity aa Suaau a Anthony.
mlttee they had no opportunity lo charged.
•A* fdr -women iK-iog -inclosed In
bmll a iv|K>rt.
On AWermau Evereir* uoflon. tho
liablu that ahe cannot or will not
Mr. Gllietl stated that be had at­ Iiotitlon of Frank LtMvri© and numer­
fracture.; I muat admit that U Is true. tempted lo gv>t tha <H»mininee lo- ous other Fifth ward toi.v* for the
The Chinese .women, for example, sup­ gcHhiT ^voral times but had failed Mflb wwrd engine ('ompoiiy to Hood *
port the custom of iact binding for
long skating link for them was granted.
f€'ar that they will lose caste. But thU
The petRion of the Northern Mlrhi
statement might be made of men as lo the dty and no credit to the coon galr--aKyluia for a large main up
well as women. Why do men have two cfl. the mayor aot excepted.
Eighth aghth strv-ol to Ih vision si n-et
buttons at the back of tbe frock
A debate, which threatened at times was iv-ferred lo the saler cummitte*-.
boats? They follow arbitrary styles as to boooma acrimonious, then ensuctl *rhe trustee* are |H«tiiiouiug the lagtomuch as women.
and continued for some time. Mr. latuiv now for fund* f*»r fire prolec-,
-The anthropologlcol fact that wo­ Luixlle and {he mayor held firm to tlon.
rn created all the clvIlUed arts and idr Staten
On Mr. Clllott H n»rfl.«i the pctltUm
ailing for
craris-^poUeo. weaving, basket mak
<.f Albert Kijmer for Uu- reinlsidao of
Ing und agrtculture—whlle the men Mr. Giliett stating that as soon an be a sewer aikssmeijt tm hto pioi»erty
were away hunting arid fishing, proves found one member was anahlc to at-' wa* graniisd. UheAv wei dia-s him no
her mental i»o*»ibimies. All that ahe tend he called the meeting off. '
good and the asse**meul was erroncs is a fair chance, and 1 hiH»e
that she will get it »ooii.“
Calls Vtowwoint Old.
Mrs. James Franke uid:
• I believe that the average woman
can learn as fast as the average man.
U is true that t^ prejudices and op
posiUon* of men have retarded women
In tbe intellectual race. Professor
Thomas has staled nothing new—he
has only^exprewsed a view that to
strongly intrenched at the University
We arc <totermUjcd to clo*i- oiit U-foic Fcbrusrj 1st. all used
of Chicago.”
(token in exchange) and s^pwoixi PIANOS. They MUST NOT b©
*. Ella Stewart, a prominent
suffraglat. said:
carried over Into our next business year, and WILL NOT if there to
**Tbere to nothing alarmingly novel
FAVORABLE T.RN8.
In tbe professor s theon. He has
Persons w ho have aspired to .the poaseaskm of P|pooa of tha hob
dy expressed wha haa long bean
ter grade, but who have heretofore not cared, to Ig^ mmuMi lo
m to be a fact. Woman have
purehare now instrument.. w4U find ihto a BPLBNDID OBORTUNa fair chance In menul develop-

A petition from Smith A J*rlcc ask
Ing that a plumbecUi hll I of Hi.»3 be
paid was referred lo the sewer com
mlttee. Smith A Price have a private
Itewer to w hich the city aUaebt'd , ri
catch basin causing an overfiow In
Tbe report of the city clerk show­
ing that the titosurer bad reported
»«.1S2 »S state taxes as collected on
Jan., a and 112.157.41 county tsxe*. a
toul Of f^M7l.35 was reetdved and
placed on file.
The city treasurers reuuesl that
the time for the collectUm of taxes
be extended to March 1 was grante<l
F>aak J. Hughes, suhmariae diver,
appeared before the council and
claimed $32 for services. After c«>n
sidetmbk discussion tha biU wo.n ri^
ferred back to the eommlttee ou
claims
account* and the *u|»erin
tendent ^ the water works.
Alderman Lardle kialcd Urn! «n
July 2 A. W. Baruk bad bt*-n given
pi'rmission to xiibve a buUdiug fnnu
Front »lrear to State Mr^ provided
that he wt»uld oni-r It 'wiMi sheai iron
and make It as ntrarly fire proof a*
possible. Tbe buHdlng had bad noth
ing done to It and now stood without
window* «»r d<s»rs. a fire trap. Mr.
Lardle mcm-d that the clerk notify
Mr Itsrtak of the condition* under
whk-h he was allowed to mtire the
huliding and »mlcr him to r«»mply at
once. Inrloded In the same motion
wtt* a notice that a building had Ircen
constriiHrM over the sidewalk cm
FVoni *tre« without permlsid(i^ and
I hto was cmleit
On Alderman Abbott* m«»tlon Ihe
city attorney wa* in*ti-uctc*d to draw
up a resolution for the Grlffllh KtrecH
nc-wer.
Honicr Snyde-r wh* apiKdiilefl a
*|M'('ial iKilit'emati wllhcMit pay to kc-c-p
order at the ccaner of (*a*K and
Eighth street* whe re the C
C'hrikt to locstc-d

Inventory Sale of
High-Class Pianos!

Mrs. Ida Walls Barnett. - tbe only
MffTMA mambar of the Chkago Womaii*A dub. dadnrad Umi
TlmmAa had merely, voiced msB'f
•relndleq Mhlnat woman. And tha
white raoe t prejudice agtiast the
'black.
I But many Cbicago women of a J eat
1 analytical and contemptotiv^ Irame ef
I mind. *‘rto np** when they rend-In pnatertay’A papers that a oertaln Thomaa
at the Unlverelty ef Chlcaffo had

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HCflALD AMD^
Offkare and Oirfctore Elected YeetorTha annual mealing of the stockhoidere or the Hendd mB Rooord
eompnny was held yeatoiimr altorBoon and the toOowing directors electad: Thoa. T. Baton. Gao. O. Batae. J.
W. Hmmen. Mabel Baton WUUamt
and Onre N. Baton.. Also the tdUow-

Moe preaidaat. Gaa G. Balcv
Secretary, J. W. Kanaen.
Treawirer. Clara N. Baton.
Come<ltoii~wnat are you jniffimff
those heavy dumb bella for?
8onhretta-Oh. l*m in trelainff for
my-peit iB the Bom pky.

SplenSJ (OttRns Wonderliillx Cheap.
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us. or wiito for Cull Infonnation..

ORINNELL BROS. -

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LUMP aofl coal eveiy
nil be -aead me washed nat
lamp- irafrae
rety little aahea. free frriA^

n te mpM hr the
The .iMMteSror aaperriaova haa voted
to eabmlt the qweethm ofipcal opt tee are woritteg la the tetcrem

■late, to Stot K'i ISfal.

April.
aafa prvseHptlona that can be made

WAMTCOt

FOR SALE

aad bladtir f
yntnf pralae. viz: Flaid Extract

WAMT^U^-U.. or^u,4rtr*tmm
' kl «Mr J. w.-atai^ |M«» fMM

sr^
1^, tit Unm aimc. Cl!

•IX kOOOINO lMo> «malM; t«»
•ri» ksid; tXK pn M. r. J. lUll.
W«tfv4, lUriL

Jhe............

-nss;-

jam tMt*
ns]r tmma;

prtem

flMb

atostowl at aay
pharmacy at little c
by abakteg wen in j
The dom for adul
after ewch wwal aw

adfeata can be

■inrsa

4^ that
this prewjriptlrm It a pwlUve remedy
tor kkteev irtHiUe and. lame hark.

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■M
'•:n .

tea at mat. ata. i
WANTCD-^m thoiiMDd botliHc or
com M w. ConteMfe TranifiT Ca.
in If If.
^ANTtO~2S tMiM. M road. M
of
J#*n7 Sutliran. Odar.
iui 14 tf

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WANTCO--A mmn to i wicr lath, m
111 bU nva.
Ml«r Co,
Bfat Jordan, Mtrh
ian If-Ct

r-xri&r

WANTIP-Hay. straw and con tn
the ear. B. J. hlor*in.
)an IMf
WAHTIO-Yoar upbolateflD«. fumllure repalrins. cbalr canlna and
funiliBre |«cfc1nK. K. H. Tanner. SIC
Unkai St.
Jae. ]&tf
WANTEO-Thoaa that heap eow* to
use our IDEAL dalrr fteWI. beat aad
rbeapaat In the taarfcot T. C Milllof 0>.
iaa 1*1^
WANTID-Wbeat. rye. com. oati.
bam. hay aad stray. T. C. MUIlajc
Jaa 114f
*WANTED-.Yoq that keep chlrkeoa
to ti«e our IDEAL mixed chlrkea
feed. Ncioe better. T. C. MilliBK
Co.
Jan lldf
Wanted to 1UY--Oood. wocity
mtta. from one to four years oM.
They maat he sound.
Her.
Hyman. 210 Wsehlngtosi ireet
22-if
WANTED TO BUY.
colli from one to four years old.
•’ They must be sound. Jan 3rd I
leave for Indiana and Ohio and will
be gone two wreki. trying to bring
aona farroere up here. If you hare
any good coiu to aril, write me.
glrlng poatofAre addreaaa. what
yrai hare to aell and reaaoci for aril
Ing. On my reluro will either call
on you or write you. Hertnan lly.
nan. 210 Waahlngton street 12 22-«

TAXES

••

WHO MAS
lot on either
Ftiurteenth. Klrteenth or Sixteenth
til aril or trade? Call at J.
W: Klatei'a hotia.* fumiahlng More.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE—All ktods of borar.
row and chicken feed. T. C, Milling
Uo.
Jaa n-tf

I J;'

FOR SALE—markiK, Front
strrcL Tools.'atork, flzturoa. dcHv
rry. piod trade, nod location, easy
term;, Wade Bros, §17 BouU Union
atrecL
*
Jan 1 tf

•V-^i-

FOR SALE-1488-Modern right rwm
; reridance. Sixth street. All roaTenleneea. A good bam. close la.
Price nsOO. Wide Bibs.. il7 South
'Ualoo atreri. ailtena Phone 1219.
Jan. 4-tf.

f

tori while,
kical druggist mute*
ind Kargon
Karpm in It <does
t^ the Compound
cMaa at^ hr baiteate far
ic. It Is the drug which
ohm* OaMna. BaMwlna Or^anpnn tbe ellmT
of the kidneys.--------- .... ...—
Mke orgnns and gives them pwrer
sift and strain the jioliionoux waste
matter and uric acid from >the bkm«|
which Is the cause
won tALC-ltU
Cut this out and
ferer which would cerUlnly be an act
faetoHea aad
eeatral of hmiumity,
part or tch street, Prtoa |150f.
wade Bma, tit Vn n su at*.
Cxninty rotrnnlKslmier of Schools F..
W. Baker of Cheboygan, is afl*^- the
rOR tALC-fC^ la om of the beat republican wunluoilon to
self. Priiifipal W. L. Coffer, of Wol­
verine. and County Examiner C. J.
but a payiac rniae. owe la
mturaa are sure, profits Ur»e; no Bf verance of riie|i*>ygan, ar
-poWfleld fake- but a aubatantlal s<-<-klng The noiulnatkm. The
crau
at present hai-e but put forwaj:d
Colorado linreataaeat
Throw
flneea dollars aau pet
abarea. We are haadUnp this far
* St.'John s railu»lie*rlmrrh of Jacktbe benefit of the am
If you wish to Brnks a goad stead son has compleiiri nearly all prt*parahiTeatMt taka Trararaa
City Hons for the * goldim Jubilee** oi
occasion
of the fiftieth anniversary of
•roperty or Traram mgloo fanna.
Write or can on us for particulars the church. F»‘li. 1ft. Bishop Foley
aad Infonnattoa In regard to la- and a niiml>er of other prominent
members of the eb rgy will be prt
matmeata.
Waile Brc
City, Mlcb.. §17 Union BL Cltlsani
phone 1219.
dec mf
I had
from c<»nsiiniptlun.**
FOR SALE—Bran and mlUdlingM In
t<m lots or Ima. Traveme City writes C. O. Pl.iyd. a leading business
Milling Co.
Jen 19-1 f roan of Kershaw. B. C. *| had run
down In weight to 135 pobnds. and
FOR SALC-147§-r:>r<y acre farm roughing was constant, both by d^
quarter mile east of MaySeld: good and by night. Unally I bi»gan Uking
Dr. Kings N< w lMsr<»ven. and con­
sew cement block house; good I
tinued this for ab«.ui six montba, when
Price §
cough and luug trouble wero tru­
street, t
ly gone and I wa.< n'stored to my
nal weight. I7ft pounds.** ThwiI of persons nre healed every
Guaranteed at Bugbee Drug Co..
Fmnk H. Me; s. Hannah dn
and beat boteia. all famMied. te 50c ami §1.00. I'Hal iKdIle fn
Northern Michigan; one thouaaiid
mllllou feet of heat hardwood, hemlocK and pine tn Michigan: llv^
barn fully nfWpped la Trarerae
nty. We have B. Rt and aaw mllla Nolle* lo Ihe T»«p*}-*r« of the City of
alao a few eboire looatloaa In cenTraverse City:
tral portlan of Traverse 0|iy. We
The Ux rolU for tbe coUecUon of
have gold and sllrer mines In the
greatest mining district te the world (he state and county Uxes for the
—the Grid Field Dtetrict, Nerada. year 190C and for the delinquent
We have gold aad silver mlam te
Oolorado. In fact, we hare proper,
ty for sale almost aaywhere you
want It. Bet we heve nothing wt' placed te my bands for collectkm.
1 win be te my office to receive said
can oEer you that will equal the
Grand Traverse Reg>in for eatn. taxes from now ualil Feb. 1. 1907. on
sure profluble Inreatment. either to each week day from 8 o’clock to 11:20
pnrchaiieT or as wapnrtty for loan. o’clock In the forenoon and from 1
We always bare a gilt edged ae^
curtly for yonr moary and we al- o’clock to 4 O’clock In the aftemo
imjn^ve the SMney for gill edged ' On all stele and county taxes paid
before January 10. the regular fee of
one per cent for collection will lie
§17 Union mreeL^TmSenm^ly.
Mich.. Cite. pbM im. CallWBup charged and on all texea pa]d on or
after January 10. there will
charged a fee of four per cent for col­
lection. Penflty on rtellnqnent city
FOR SALE-14W-On,^bundred and and achool taxes and epectol ai
sixty acm farm 12 miles south of mems. 4 ceats on each dollar of the
city; seventy acme Improved; new
lumae. bam. windmill: all teaced; amount of aald tax.
Frier I4SM. Wade Broa, §17 Union
Office te room 202 State Bank

I

Dated. Dec. 4. 190C.
J. M. HCELLMAKna*
CUyTreaaver.
large lot. house well Bnlihed. on dec4tofeh-2S
sbme foundation: easy terms. Price
§1800. Wade Brot^ §17 Union it.
CUz. phone 1219.

FOR SALE—Large. eigbl.|oom house,
comer Franklin
and
Webster
atreeta: ateme basement; furnace
h»wt. electric ligbi.city water, sewer FOR BALS-H§S-Oood new ee
rooni bouse, tth street, close
connections, all In flrst-class coBdl.
tion. O. F. Mmray.
}an IMmo
Wade Bros, 817 Union St. ata,
phone 1219.
dac 1-tf
FOR-SALE-14n-18 acres two miles
for suburban j^denoe te this re­
stpo. Frim S2M. Wade Broa^ §17
Union sliesL Ctt*. phone 1219.

Ike street Fries asked U spot eaah.
Price I42S0.
W’ade Bros, §17
Union Strom. CIta. phone 1219.

Imos E. Bingham

dem. wMeh fhe Butoem eT the
lower pmlaaala report ie Be of h trot­
ter qualify than that mlaed by thmm
aelvea. to said to have bM raised by
Joseph Bpenmacher. cT HmUetSM.
who says that he planted thh seed, of
tbe Stmwberry Dent variety. May 24.
and that when he harvested It from
one acre he got 161H boahela
Battle Creek’s BuMness Men’s asaocUtioo. which is said to have the rooei
elaborate rooaM te tbe stale devoted
to the purpose, has now 1,000 mm
bers.. *There are not 1.000 bastoeas
men te this cUy. bet any respectable
male cltlxen who wishes to Jote aad
haa the welfare of the city at heart
a pmberahlp card.
• bli^ ditch to drain tbe marohea
tew lamte south and seat oC Morrice is belpc laid out by Drala Oom
mlaskioer BoutwelL of Ooruaaa. It
Is expected that many aetwa of heretofero prartlcwllr nerieaa tend wlU be
made lafo Soe term land.
Tho Chicago. MHwankee A St. Paul
havnacqulre4l right of way ttmwgli the property
owned by Jobs Cawley and D. J. Miirten of Cteluinet. which will coan4^ the

LESTER D. WELCM-Attoraey
tew. Oolloctkai work a specialty,
With Uadri^opd A Umlor. Balberlaad blociL
jam S4X

Candidate for RepuUickn
Nomination for

years axpertenre. With Ortoaell
Bros., corner Proai add Cass
C
Sts.
2340 If

most dlKHnguished families of
ba>% has arrivril In San Fninclaro, accompanitMl by w veral secrriarles. and
bas come to study American litdnstrle«.
AU hough the young‘queen of Simuu
sat through bir flr»t bullfight with
great apparent
composure.
r
though a horse was torn to pieces
fore her Ikix. the ordrol Is said
have been a terrible one. Her broth
crowds iMH>klng admission fo the er. Prince Alexander, la qtiot4
Thaw trial te Smr Yortt city this saying: I hope Bna will not have to
week. An sttacho of the crtmjnal see another. She would be sure to
branch of the supreme court says ar- make a fool of herseir. as she could
rangv-mentk are bring made to arcom- never bear to see a rabbit killed
Leroy Hillman of Indtenapolls. 27
modate at>out IftO newspaper men and
fifty or sixty wltneasea. The court­ years old. Is the youngest captain In
room. crowded to Its limit, will only the iTnlted Slates army. He ta
hold 20ft ptAons In all. so that lively on duty at the arsenal In Rock Island,
this state. Captain Hillman receive*!
scenes are certain to result..
" Congressmen Davey and Broussard hta promotion while serving a
of l^oulsaua had been piloting some j arsenal In W’atervinet. N. Y.
The Queen of Rumania. *’Ca
New Orleans friends around the capltol In Washington. On eraetgteg they Sylva.” makes an Income from her
found thafthe thermomeler had taken books that many authors can
a sudden drop while they were Inside. equal. *The queen of Italy is a linguist
Pellets of snow stung their faces and of unusual lalem. The queen of Port
cutting wind whipped thrir l4Vto- ugal has a me<Tlca1 degree and could
”Oh. #you mustn’t mind this. ’Up easily earn her living as a doctor.
Chief Appah of the Utes. who has
in tbe northwest Its 4ft below loday.talked with tee proaldeBt against trl
’tlraat Caesar.” groaned one of the'TV
visitors, -I didn’t know the mercury' “I separation and lartltloa of lands.

MRS. E. L. BONNSrS hair «n
par)ora» ovar Cty Book Stora. I
10.
AMIL F^ NERLINQER. LAWYER—
Mooey to taaa. 211 Btate
bulldteg. CUfarons phoa* €90.
REAL ESTATE AND U
Travaraa L*ad aad Loan Oo, F.
Thartall, Maaager. Ofttsa. rat
HaiaUloa A Mllllkae blook.

6it| Treasure.

Dr. O. B. Gkato Btato Bitok hk
Bote piKM, H§-Sr. Raridtoeattl
W.BghteSt Cltx. phoaa TIL

rgaateatotoaMT ehaaaoL

Su^fol butioeas man. SevMtotePha hi!
^nd^^^eara^Alderman fn>m pari
her teftot hPtoS, ^

DENTIST

'

Porcelain Work

eaa Drag 8
to aya, aar, i

L, L A. SUILDINC

OKN-rim^
201 frOat Strtti
l>«. J. a A AAAT J. TtDHAUH
0*TK>f>ATHIC mtmiotAH*
rnmmmmammt, •%. »«. n

‘ Order -your

SOFT COAL
I. O.

kwirnm

BothpliotMlHS.

lohn R. SantA

T. W. TMIRLLV, DasttiL Ovar Bar^
aaa A Bari*a |e«olry atora. Bote
pboaaa IS2.
ARTHUR HOLUDAY, M. O—Phyatclaa aad Snrgaoa. •Raasovad to of
Seas to Moasoa block over Ba
A Barl a. Qtlaaaa phoaa 2S6.
HARRY 8. HARNER-Eipart plaao
toaar aad aectaa lagulator. Batto
toctloa gnaraotoed. WlU Kimball
MaaleHoaaa. ata. jiboaa 2S4.
IIONEY TO LOAN-No tax -cl
pot to mortgagea. Boom for i
toqnlra of B
PlaoahotoL
ABSTRACTS OF TITLC-*C. O. Cir
oar. Fvlrea raaaoaahla. OfSoa with
O. P. Carver A Oro. Doth pbon

1007

TRAVBRtl emr LODOE. Wo. 222. F.
W 4L MU aMs aa «M«y arvaalas
ea ar batoia tea MB af tea moaa.
at TtJS o. WL ttert e Laagley. W.
White, aecrriary.
19P7

MUing rBAVERSEOtYtMlUL NO. SH,

Price*. TScpM^XSckSSe.
Seat «aie‘a|Mit -at Sox-of6db Moadmy,‘ Jm- 2t. «t 10
o’clock. Phone llA Zrlogt.

.r.-.

T. A. WILHELM
oaciMTimT
Bm> M.. «. a«j 0.« B.., M

OR. W. E. ‘MOON-Speclallst-GenUo.
urinary, akin and bU»od disease; 16
years experience. Office aty opera
bouse block. Phones—New. 107:
oM 292. Residence. 710 Washington
,atrecL

Enorioo. 1W«riph.

...Hifflian Hairi?..,

Tift Tttsuram

OR. F.
teatioa to dlaeasaa o( tea aya, aar,

tonn

df

Dr.W. J. Hlggtp!

SARA T. CHASE, M. O^-OfSea frith

DR. C. L. THtROSY-Rpertal Stten
could get Mf> low as that, but If It’s
tloa to dlshBiaa ttf tefldfto. Boom
40 betew la the northwest 1*11 bet lt> hie for everything Being told thar
410 Stmt# Bank Mdg. Bote pbpoaa
ooagreas make* the lawt: “If you
IM below hera.them mgke such a law you nre no ac
Senator Slone of M
often apeak te the sec
be does be U listened to with tee
cloaeat altenilon. He
carefully prepared speech 00 Ahe un­
TRAVERSE CITY LODOE* NO. 72. K.
ending Brownsville affair and under
Of P.* moat avary Tboraday araathe tefiueime of hB^ rioqncM be
Ing. New Maaaoa hloek. C & Wah
away
ler. C. C
1907
from hia written text. Then he got
twisted up 1a hit mriaplMro. For ex­
TRAVSRSS CITV 4,BOION. Ha. USample, be apid: “Tbe
(Mr. Lo
his modicum of aronu
kaoBteaiTUip.m.
Mtor frtMD Ohio (Mr. Croaker)
tosritoat; .Oayte
Dds his laurel wiwath wMhout W. E. NANKEVILLE’S
top; Naltla C Bray.

AbouiaiaK in

G^HUl

8*0- H. SarotoV

MARK CRAW'S DELIVERY—UgM
fralglit* tomato aad tmaks. 4
at aty Book Stora.

Sixth riiaaL

famous Cambrit. Pa., guarto are left
of a long list who awswwrwd to th4*
roll call Just sixty years ago. when
lhcy*marche<l from Bbeusburg to en­
list their services with Unde Sam te
the conflict with Mexico. Thewe two
Mirvlv4»rs are Joshua D. Parris, no»
JuKtlce of tbe peace te El»ewBhorg. ami
f..mur Sheriff John A.. Blair, who Is
also n resident of the county csplUl.
It Is expected that an Immense deal

to ha tea tetot.

JJLBMIMB mX.W.acVBrs|
NOintOE a MeWETHT ’

a. p. CARVER a BRa

fiamo tuninb-w. k.

lahfTOlesr aad Uwvaid aty a
With the new aeeeaty-ive

|| General Hews ||

^ laashed had the Mto
aaemad qalto piaaaad at tee

4

On noorvith BnttixM Oof^

sadirmNo on
The Srm la to he 4

aoaa aad IhroaL Glaaaaa I
Over Johoioa drag storm

robe. Owner oail at
W’es*em Union, prove property and
pay for ibU adv.
Jan 14-tf

The Her. JuIUm Avery Herrick,
imh. 4-tf wbo mnigond ax pastor df the First
Bapom dtoneh to Bay
oaity
teat anmmir, has aceepiml a call to
Carii price f ItOO. Wade the Fimt BaptM chwreh cT Bloiix CRy
Unimi wtemri. au. gheoa te4 and will go them to a tomri ttoaa.
_______________ __ Since giving up the wo»% at Port Mhron. Mr. Herririr hat ppitet aeverm

wToSam

Ml ptoM loss

huwnUed at the Fbyer OwCart Go ’s
pteni at Sturgis, the coning year
looks bright for tbe concm. They
are importing akllicd workmen trom
1 Chicago and Detroit and are working
on* nax com overtime getting out patterns and dies
for the new gocart which they
gri out during the coning year.
riy used has been secured hi the
A compilation of the building
Tictelty of Richmond, for the raising municipal Impruvment work carried
of Sax,
on In Houghton county te tee past
Archlects are watching with Inter­ >war shoms that tmo and a qi
est the erectloB of the new balldlngs minions of dollars would not cover
to lie uaed by the Quaker Oats Oo.. In tee cost of these opefsilons.
Battle Creek. What seems to bo'of than §1,500.000 wax spent bulMtng
1 blocks while tbe reat was (
more Inlereai to them are the big
tanks which are bring built for tbe IH-nded In mnnlcli
storing of gniln. Tbe tanks are of and Improving mining and other
fire clay tile. 4x13 Incbea. and are porate stock.
**
each 4ft f4y>t tall and IS feet In dia­ • Although the past year has seen the
meter: All four tanks are on a solid building of many tine residences In
cement foundatioo and fire proof, Decatur, the coming 12
there Is n ‘*d4»ad air- space te every Ise to bring It a boom In tbe business
tile, making them moisture proof. The building line., *The First State bank
tanks win have a rapacity of S8.0ft0 Is going lo Iwlld a handsome
bushels and will be covered by a cup­ postofflce building and there nre
ola which mill be nae<l as a aponting other buildings und4‘r consideration
and in the hands of cont

wireot au. pboBe Itlt.

wipae to.
Bros, SIT
1210.

BB. BARL C. TYLEB-^teattet Boam

Jfmvmy 22

aeree Improved; six acres si
for garsmi: gnod bulMiiigs;
lIrvKiaaa condition; cash
$2,000. Wade Bnia, §17

• BL, atteena IVme

CB-TiylorCoalCa.

GRUIh mu HOUSE

1: ;

FOR SALE-107
ric light*. Good
- Doth gna aad el
elone.te.WnMitettoe
I1S90. Wade Bros.

ever before. The Bghl. taair woB of
that vietoliy. whieh JaaUboo^ao
tor most mpik la pvovta^^
for coenmbera aad the faxtoara.
Sting by the experimmrta of >at:

LODGE NOTICES.

FOR RENT
HOUSES TO RENT-Baat Tenth 8t;
alao ooe comer Front nnd Roim. A.
P. BoORAteottl.
dee rtf

i

V; iA.e. T. Ii.m ^ •
K. O. T. N, C. MarirFmaate <

General Insurance

lewWafcetaNk, Tmwuafl.

Farms_for Sale
I have a number of koo4
farms, all the way from 40 to
160 acres, for sale, or if you
have any good property, 1 witt
take it ip exchange and make
you easy terms. 1 can sell you
a good (arm for less money
tlian you can buy. it of anybody else. 1 have farms
which are located from four
to 20 miles from Travetae
City, all good improved lantL
If yon hare good Iml fortni
1 will liny th«n.
'.1

H. HYMAN'
4S0 WadiingtoB.

Oit phone 774

Men’s Jackris"
and Overalls
We have them in both
while aad Woe in goo.1, gen
aU at lowert
prices.

T_

Boy** (hino) BrofmieOreralUstonly

spete-

____

KERTD WVE ilUER LOOKS AS IF THE BADGERS
MTEBEST IN BIG
HAVE PROPPED MICHIGAN
_______

VDirnO iOCKCV WILL HIDf
CAST MCXT %EA90H,

ibarraaaed. .Vothing of the kind haa

EMKROir. CUP RACE W.U. K | ililTrtdTil

IW

Vfh^ Cflftrmis Tmfftmm
L III n#ii Awtdm omfi^u^ »f»OtMf OmmI tfwt Dip*.

able to make a otartUng owcceoa of
the ffm year of the Bmperor‘s cup.
j It waa certain at Chrlatmaa Ume
Jitbat iblrty-foor cara would bO eo
I gaced. and already people were oboailag that the cap rwee would be a

OREATMT IN HUTORV.
Ifadlaoo. Wla.. January «-It looka attrmplad to force Wlac^ln out of
aa If fnacooahi and Michigan hate j "big nine- athleflea b«wuke of the
aetrred thHr alhlrilc reUtkma. The atand the Badgrra took on the rrc
baaeball arhrdulr which waa annonoc- omromdationa of the committee. A1
cd laal week InHudra no gamra with that time H waa nimored the Wlaoon
thr Wotvrrioea. and whflr no attrmpi aln and thr Michigan dlrmom o|
la madr fyum an oTArial Wmrer to ci athirtica had a frw choice worda evri
pUIn Ihla omIaaloB. It la pretty well tbr aciftm of thn i^’^rertnra. the
jual now tbr lladgcm rrauli of which la that thr two uni
w-aredy on
Ihr Wid
Idle
Tbla ptdiry copra a ^ aurpriie
AlhlMic Wrrcior Iltiirhlna would and a dlaappolntinr^
not directly aiair that thr rHutIuoa Irtra and mthnaUatk
brfwren thr two collrg'^
ar»- for if fhrrr la one/ erdirgr In thr
etralnrd. but In view of tbr fact that wral that Wlaconaln llk«^ to l>rai It
It waa conddently eape<trd MIebIpan U Michigan In virw of Ihr rlrcum
wrmld be Included In all of thr Bad auncea. lu.wevrr. the ortbm iif Hi
rector Hiilchlna In falling to «r
range rrmie«*ta with Michigan la
If there
It la aald that ibe breach la diir lookH upon with favor
nUrvjr to the action of Michigan waa any ditching done, it puta Wla
n the rreent ^inference in4*4*iing. cnaln In the |«.HltUm «f ladng the
rme that did It.
ahen the

,h, o,™.. rlub will oi« w.1. .«.d

_______

I a r.prwiil«tlT. lo wiiifrr «lih th.
jmote experienced French club offf»bo h.«
»p th. t«« or
a German emperor * cup. althoogti U
is now seen that their Iniereat waa
waa tif a somewhat arlf-areklag na­
ture. It waa oilgtnally Intended to
' Berlin. Jan. 22-The race for the adopt a portion of the Taunua circuit,
Rmperor a cup. which will be confeat- comprising aoine fifty mile* In all.
ed next June. U rdng 10 be the great- but with the Urge number of entries
cat In the hU‘017 of motoring. Judg thia cHraU haa become impoaalble.
by the preBM-nf ombiok. Ninety- for half the cara wrlll be ru^nd the HrrecHvetl for jcult and imek at the atartlng poini
the contest—a record breaker Rt itself. , U-foie the last one I* on Its way. and
means that the Imperial Anloroo^ ihla. even with a mlo
Idle Hub of Oermanv hns received which I*
!• the
sldeted by all
no.
of 169.000. Of course H Im
adopt pretty nearly all
eted that every
one
of
the
ninety.
, he Taunua circuit, ga raced by the
two nominee. «dll start, but It U a
competllors In 19<M. Thl*
fe eetlmate to figure on at Imst L
h„h,-rto!
elglhy of them going ta the tape.
rvmtmlltee on
Highly hlglvi»‘»«“‘red rt ring ears oal-|,h.. first proposed Hiculi la wasted
log up the ground over i clrcHli ought j
^vcrvthlng will be en
lo make an Inspiring
“•
"" ithualasm
doiil.iedly 11 win. A1m»
palronnge',^^ prom
imoier of the cup. and If one
of the eGr
win Iw
Germany «me miiat patronize the moatiruct the attention of the crowned toi*. which hitherto ha* l»een rather
bead* of Euroiav Germany. Italy. aiut ii-d at In certain sections
France. Bngland. Ib-lglum. Switzerland, and even AiiMhu. will lie repre lu,.. samiiiMRsi ainsir
senu-d I’nlott inaiHy the
miie.ll
MICHIBkil ALONE
ill.Ml 1 WILL
1
Siatec U not repicsenttMl in ibe It,.. I

kppc
ta tiM M tiiUi r««f. tM
iBt Hte IKMM Of tlM- Hc« NrvcMiW*
M4 JMM ll. Km«. w^rrml
4pm itf» Mr. Km«
» talk vlib
AMfrrw Mllt#r. Iha jatkfy riob mttmmn. who hm» ir*t 4^1 on tlw )ork«*i’»
**rvU*««. villi «h« rMtilt ihai Irmu
vm Apr*^ tipon hr vklrb lliilo
AlilW will br iindrr anrnnd ran 10 Ihr
po#r,fo1 Karflr aUblr. Thai la to may
br win rl4r rxrluairHy for Mr
K«*mr v|irt»rrrr thr Nrwraattr atabl«
4m not roqnlra bit artrlm. Jorkn
Mm#f. with ihoio two molracta lo
roljr nf>oa. win draw down ararly
til rMatnlat fiwa slonr. 11 u
«pld. It U miliMitod tbal br will ram
about |7m*. The 1). 4 M cup race,
BKM'f lhaa tlO OM on ihr )orkry rliib
reatricted to yaehta fn>ra lowna in
tmrka with lin.iM nmrr plrkrd ur>
n 4 M. irrrIUrry, v^'XceiH la to eaah
Ml ramontia tbla p«ir. Tha Mrvra*
lirixra, and the 21 fool r«»airlri4M|
tJo atablr. lmln#«l by Thomaa WH-h.
who im JorLry Mlllrt’a maMgrr in Ibr TAWAt BEACH YACHTING ASSN. Haaa race, each draw $i:.« in eaah.
a
pennant nnd the trophiea The Free
mat. will bara a fortnl^blr atrinK,
LAY THEIR PLANSPreaa allver punch l«»wl going to the
lartiidlap many blpb-rlaka t«o>fvr
rHootera
T^r latter muai ire
tilda. vHTIr Mr. K^a will »>r irpr..
apcilKl by vbal look* to b* tbr ntoM A Dig Effort Will Bo Mad# in the 16 won twice In aiiceeaalon. It wan won
In IbOS by the famoiia Spray, but
t>ovrfful alablr Ibai baa rarrlrd hia
Fool Claao—Crulaert aro Not Cot
Although Michigan has taken
Otalkrta wiCKied It from her laat list btts offlclMll.r cloH. d. Ihete I* Mill lead na ttsual In w.*sfern colleg.aie
roUira In a nainl»rr of ytam
Oot—Thr Officrro.
year In one of the few defeata ad^ ta chanc.* to enter np..u ih.* paymeul a iibtlcs an: Is i-a.1v to rt.-on I
^raacHif Upboldt Tnr#m#fi.
Spray
l»y
the
m
■'‘iof double fe.-*. which wean* an ex- It .' ‘ big nine*' nt p vsent »t io:.k
Many larfmm am rommrmllnK thr |
The lUy ('lly TrIbun.lieiidliiirt of II it*i
aillliidr of Ibr Ri-r. Dr Thomaa H. j Bay City. Mich., Jnn. 5|-Thr IkuH*.
Ih..i.;;h mme . f the other .•v,-',-.** WIJI
U for p..wer laula and i* no.
‘»j Till* will IH* tb.‘ fii‘>i running of f dlow !h- action of the intoze and
filirrr toward thr ami mrr trark I
'awaa Ileacb Yaehfjng aaaocinnon. by Tw.i Howard*, of this Hly
It thl* German eveni.-rtie em|M*r«vi u*»t of l-.iie and
bniln* bin imrodocrd at Albany. |
the big nine will g. Itv
which
hna
fitted
iia
annuni
regaiin
go.**
to
lb.*
yacht
winning
ll
thi.M*
ferine
the
eiip
until
ihl*
wlni.T.
NatThey any that Dr Bllrrr haa madr a
now and Imporunt potm in artting off TawaN Tb*nrh bn AuKuai it. r.. lim. s hut no b.iat hn* y.*i w.m U j „ra||y this l.-fi only a sliort
1 will b.
•Ifd t
1C.
and
17
will
give
exactly
ibv
aaine
mort* than oure.
j,|,p (J,.nnan* to organize the <*v«*nt. j elgir.’
feirth Ibr fart that alimild thr bill hr
^ .1 that n,
n|
except
Allan M. IVtcb.-r. of Alpen;.. ba*; p,,, they hav.* ma.Ie the moM t f H
>n,o fn-.»
paaaivl by Ihr Irglilalurr. thr Jorkry
In* jrivru IiNM-ii ie-ei.*e1e«l comuiOdorn t.f
the i They evolved a n. w set of tub «i ^
ye .-XJirChib, rowpoard of rriraikblr rltlanta. race fm double cau u
The other newly ..b*el-1
revoluil.ml/e.1 raring on | ,tf,.who bavb madr ibo tpon honrat. the luit day In addition to tlm mbt 1 assoelailon.
Tbr aj^telaliou egpi rta ihla ed officers arc:
the COTtlnen! and ha* put a
) <ago arti 1 *
would rrllAntitab ronind of thr rarra.
■uliiHtay ' 1‘nU.s as
llany T. Wlrk.**, of Kagiriaw. vice ' ^rlmp In the grand prU. Italy has | „
m y*
iyarka vhlrb would paaa Info Ihr year to divide attention bftwe<*n
action of •lii.ppliig
the
If.
and
;i
foot
commodore: John H. r<Mt.w. zd lUy j adopted the sj.me nib*s. ami the , Vlll not
liiiida of iaJDblrra who would run
> lashl.i*!.
.^e f..rc.d somewbai Inu^ However. li D kstown lh:i* ta. re Is
iHrm aolrly for ibr piirpoar of pro^ and will itiakB. eapivlal effort* lo m- City, fleet captain; Dr. B. I*, nimlle.: p.^n^p
tMfnf data fur tbt pool rooma. Turf cure I) g<MMl nqircM-ntatlon of K* fool : IVt roll, fleet suig.-on: H. W. Gar-in,,. packgrwmd. Th.‘*.*.iuUs are iu much dlssensbm within th** ranks of
|,.,„p.d l.»
i<» g.*t
g«*t away
awnv from fb.*
the prartl-*
i.raetl-*
p,g
^p,.
turn aay tbaf Ihr j<irVry rlnti'a ron- era. There was sonie talk of. drop-1 land. Buy City, meusiiri-r: N. G linr-• len.ted
be rnilalng clast tace. as the tingh. Tawan City, sectetat
lr<il of rarlag In tbla slatr haa Inaiirrd
of building huge racing luarbiu-H i „
|H»||eved that s.«iner o- !aie^ the
ke always been a weak urer. DliTctora A. R. Ho>t.
I. aquarr dral fi>r Ibr public and that
wblrb are u*Hes* after tb.r . x.-ut tor |, onf».„.„ce will go out of exiMenc*.
but the aasoctatlon ileclde.1 lo Weatherwax. T G. Wnneii.
Ibr pnbllr. rtm with thr Jockry
which lh.*y bnve h.i*n rorl^^f ucied | q p^ „,,1ng* ol the profeswrs are loo
er them once nion*.
.*.
i im
Duffy.' and W. F. Jinnlson.
rkib‘a trarka Hoard, would *0 on pat
hi.* iN^n run.
paradoxical. For Instance Chicago
The
will again acciegaic j Bay Cliv
ronixliig pool rooma^ whlcll wmild do
On Chilstma* evz- only M v. nt. cn | y,^pipan and Wliiconsin must not
CM* bad iH-eD regub.iiy ent. i.d.
^.^p „,p,.r
f,K»tball for thrv*e
b^oraa on raraa rnn in othrr alatra.
*Tha dorkry club will atand on Ha
w hich eight w.*r.- Fr. nrb. B-w.*.*n
because thev are ‘ too gre.it
that date and the . «d ..f the year .d-1 rtvals.tweord. ^ a doHar vUI t»c apeni In
bghflng advrtar IrgUlalloo for thr
firlals were busy rtN-Ivlug .ntne*.
Minnesota and Michigan aro atll
rtwaun that thr owornrof tbr tracka
appllcatlop* pouring In from all Mde* 1
„ver the last game that they
do not t»rUrrr In auch a policy. f>r.
Germanov naturally bca.U the Hm J pjayed while Indiana and Purdue an*
I in this very popular co
miror haa ample proof to ab»»v that
'
Kword*’ points ov.*r the Hare ca*.I
only
could
muster
ibii
ty
tbr mm who gmrrm thr turf In thia
ear* lot .-j-p,^ again the fact that .NorihwfsfJan 22.-nifi.lBla <dM*|ia to the rare traeka and take j this event. .livid.*d Jtnv
pialo are hunurahlr In Ibrir ilrallnga
fouri.*en • ^j.p sUn at the conf.-renre meeting
Mioeutti t)f Natiirat ; Inatantuneoii* idtoiograph* of thor
WHh him and mr alao on thr lr%H
fol- v^.piip maintaining no athletic team
finally .leel.I.Ml t.i ttav.* fcaighbred* gallcqjliig , Thl* will t>c lowing: TImw .acb .»f thetin*
. Oivl.
With Ihp public
James It done no that the |^a.> and mov. mtmi ibnz. Merced.**, Adler. Ilorsch. Dur- y.-t glv<‘* the old eve t.» .*vory move•chriibrr Hat rina Colt.
shlrh dl.1l of the ra.-.*iH can be carefully Miidl.*.! k.>pp., .Sued.lciilsHie Fabrlk and NVne ni.*nt to -.qN-n * tdg nine athletic*
Ilamry H<brHt>rr l»rllrrra that in
.-arly last
Hleni skin Wh.n Di. Ghubh ba* siudl.d -Miffl- Aiitomobll G.*s»ei:-< haft. iw.i I'ahiTeng piat.-e on the n.uv.-* «>r th.* other c<dTony
a roll tiy Haln-Halnt
lepe*
dlM-aze. m
oiiiii.-d as showing him In rl.-mlv to prejmre the skeleton,
jl'abilk and two Heinrich Krhatdl ami
fWM’. hit haa one of Hir alar 2 ymMiida
hen the mounting la ei»m will be aide to stmw P.VMinby a
one .*ach of Argus. MathU R.diour
Id thr coming campaign
Thr rolt hi* snide W
pletM the hor
pluect In the at t.ip spi*«Nl. gyMinby wn* bnti.*d Run Motoren and Proto*
la n |M»Ptiiur Idol in CallftHWIa vhrtv
wing ..f the f
alkint two month* b. r.ue dlslnterni.*nt rome* s.'coml In the Jl*t
Wilkes, the IrtHI.-r. I* «m exiillutlon ami In consefnu'ne.* .nitop*lcal le-ult*- iv-<»n»* rmW—three z-ach
and haa graduaTly dcvrlomil Im.i a
Dr H II. Ghnldi. osl.n.U.glM of Hi* Wete not cimplete Di.. CliuUlr f.uiu.l
r;mq and Uu mine-1^*11rich
aiiiM-rb >oiing rare horar 8 r lllld
miiiN'iim. I* preiitiing Hyt-mby * lM»n. ^ bowcv.-i that th.- luu*.- had lung*
of Gobton. lloch.*i-Sctin«id.*i,
rrtb rrrmtly iwirrhaard a half In
Prof Hermau C. Biimpu*, dir. :io of gi.*ai i»ow.T and .tepih.
|nrsHlm:.ml n.-lK.,.r. M.itlnl lj-iWlorral In Tony Kanat. who will hr
S4>ld In an lutei'vl.Ml
hate .1
ealled'canmin b..m**.lMiw.s «
.-.1 Portho. .nd .
luoufitH from Oaklaml to MrmphU
*‘Ba^HW'oo.l? That is classed as
In n few w«>rka. preparatory to the cbled-to hnv.. the greaicM rar<- bor>r and ankle, wero unusually t.uig
Mom r»r. The IWMon olKhl rj-lliirtoi bar.lwo<Hl. z-z.*ry t!m.V said a Dz*of bb day apiyar bn If be wa* rar *1. ii.l.*r. lyph al of a rac.*r. Dr. Chul.b car* pnimlwd. will, imfortunrit.*!);. not
fWMrrn cnmptlgn. Tbr roH haa h<M*n
troit Im)x mannractiir.*r Ihe other
lirg ami siiiHiig hi* hard.-st to win *«ld that ihe puhllr will be siirp.is.il
ready In tim,. for th.* .-vent. The day. -In reality It U the Koft.
■anted for the Rmoklyn. Ruhurhan
vo.»d
and ItilghtoQ handinnpa. thr rommon F.u that r.aH..B S>Mu,by will Ih uh.Mi the mounting I* .onijibte 10 .ntrie* from the iTalian makeiN tend w.* handle The ie„son is that In old
find* Ibe position In which .Sys.ml.y-* I
Wraith. Advance Conry laland, '8}i«*rpa im. inied In hU (iiU stiid.*"
V hin.l they me pressing lumlN-r days pine was the only aoft
The lN»u. * have lM*»*n dUaril. itUl.il f.i-t will In*, pl.in.l
ib* said
ten f.d a bold .ni the ex- w-.mmI that wa* c.insidered at all.
btsid flay and lamg Uland handicaps,
lugrdhrr with <dbn aUkra of Iraa Im but the mountIng of tin* skeb-ton will .udiiiuiy i.iea that th.* action of the!.."
iiort markets. Although but nln.*t.*.*n BasswiKHi wa*
uszMl for anything,
long. i.*dlnus undriuking. Di foi.» and hind leg* I* sUmiUan
ponanre.
** Italian rac.*rs ate «*ngag.il. y.t th.y and as oak. walniil und those woo<l*
< rrt.neoti.-.
has deebifsl to nuke
T1..‘ Hh.hAfi Briglii.ui cup. iw.. mile*
aro ..f the iMst-rtuee e.oh of the formz*zl the hulk of trade outside of
and a qua iter, lu»* at 11 art.*d a gteaifi
Itabi. Hat. Ismtii FrasH.inl an.L F. L. pine, ihi-te came the dUUnctlon of
UMiilN-r .rf en*il.‘* than .•i.*r h. f..i.*. numtN*! of^ arwItu.U ami va
A. G.. two /lists Juniors and Bianchls hard and soft, \\*hen basswtKHl came
wbUh I* taken to mean that hoiwe petforiu.*!* will; als.> app.*ivi
iaml one Br.-vettl. Ten B.*lgiun cars to be considered aa a commercial
■len Intiwd to |ia> more atleotlon 10 oth.-r siMuilng ^lelujtl.** wil iu..b.!
article, it waa Hassezl with hardwtiuda
Ling distance even!a In the future.
because It could not be used for the
ably Ih- lntio.biccd.
Mgny In Bmioflb
and one linperia. Kngland has put same purposes as pine.
Those who hare iho management
forth three Dnlml»*rs. ami one Napier.
Oriat of PUying Managcra.
-Basswood today is worth more
San FiancUco. Jan 22-FHlowlng Austria wrili s.*nd twvi Mercedes el.*c- than the ordinary run of hard box•d Ihe beoeffi fw Teriy McOoveni a
Connie Mack k the Phlla<1Hphta
tawliy. whicli will In* held In the Mad­ Athletic*, will hf* the only American the talk of 1^ match betw.‘z*n Al trlc ears of the mlxezl syst«*m and one luaktng wood*, ao there is not any
ison Bquan* gurd^ next Wednesday b«.gue manag.*r 'who will not ajqicar Kairfmaim and -Phlladz-lphla Jack * Graeft Stift. Two car* of RwUs make danger of the pnrehaaer of bardwz>od
tUgbt. announce that among the box- In iinlfo.ra and on the coaching liaro (VBrl.-n ut T.>nopah com. * a dliect will apiNwr. one Lucia and tw.. Mar­ la»xe* getting the easily swell and
, «*ia who have vulunteeted tbeir acr- this .vear
much maligned article. It Js/used fm
But a* Mack has aluwdy off.-r^ fi.»ra Ren... Nz v . z.f a fld.ono tini*.
vlr.-a aie Juc Walcott. Honey M. Itcstr. managiMl two c4iampl.ni Imll l.*ams purae tor auch a ismt to lake place In
The li*t 1* Sn Imposing one. and. basket rovers and a thousand things
Ihe city of the tage bnish siat.* on the z*nirancc fee lH*lng rather heavy. that require lightneaa and toughness
Handy IVigusoo, Jack tTwlni Bulll
May 13,
tan. Gooigo Urton. Joe Jeanette. J.n»
It aeem* as if all the entries are without particular endurance qualities
The following iHzsgram waa rec. lv made with serious Intentions. B is But batswtNKl trees, although quirk
Gnm. Harry ljtnl%. Tommy O'Toole. ager* In Ban Jdhnsz.n'. circuit#. UPeter Maher. Tim Callahan. Cnk Rua- Jole Fielder J.vnk Chick Stahl, and ed by Billy OHancy, manager for regretted here that the United States
a« II. Yming Krnr. Spike Robson and CUtk Oiifflih.
has not made a showing, and It la of the demand. Unless some spi*clal
recuUr Playing Kaufmann. Prklay night;
Rono. Nwv.. Jan.. 18. 1907.
others These wrewlleia will nlso In­ manager*
thought that ihe titoti time for aend-' meWBures are taken to preaCno them.
Th# other*. Joe Canilb
dulge In bouts: George Hothner.Frank Mon. Hugh Jenninga. and JIOMiy Me- Billy Delaney.
lug In applications prevented eertain I think the lumber will be hard to get
ibHrh. Ktneat RoHier. John Fienlng. Alecr. quit plarlpg aom# tlnr «go.
Oakland. Calif.
mokera from acroas the Atlantic tzw yean from now.*'
Will give 5-ou fin.non purse O Dtlen- from entering. Aa regards the, drlvlast l»ardelln. and Tom Jenkina. A I>iit they atlll wf«r nnlform# #n« like
An addition to the public achnol
Kaufmann.
May
13.
era. it U. of courae, known that the
to sbiBw die fana lluu Obey hare not
(Signed)
KOin, 4 JOHNSON
conatroctor* have until the end of has been completed at a coat of $i.(m
lorgocire how I# oonrh. In Ch# Na
Catarrh Cannot biTcwrod'
Delaney replied: ‘ Kohl 4 Jobnaon. May wat before atatlog their cbolco. at Lake Odessa.
Uon#l leagwe. ih#re are hut ihreo real
playing manngeri Clarke of PUUhnrg. Rano, Kev.:—We accept. Forward ar- Moat of the fima. therefore, contcot
The Right Nametbemaelvea with mentioning the num­
Chance of Chlcngo nnd Tenney of UHaa InMnadlataly."
• niLl.V DBI-ANEY."
Mr. Attguft Sherpe, the popnlgr over­
ber of their, cara engaged, luia cer­
Boaton, McGrew eiill weara « onlform.
tain. however, that all the wvai-known seer of the poor, at l>'ort MAdiaoh, la^
but he Hmldom Ukew part la a game.
Ilia aama hetag tree Ht Pat Donovan,
Pram boyhood Dr. Nanaan. the polar drlrere will be In thia rnc<M-Lancla. says: *'Dr. King a New Ufo Plllt are
of Braokljm. Hanlon pf Cincinnati, asplorer aecnaiomad hinaelf to tha Naxiaro and Wellachotl for PUi Wag­ righUy aamad; they act nmre agreeand McCNmkey of Bi. Loola. are beach uae of anow thorn and would often go ner, HanHoc. and Demogeot for Dar- •blr. do mora (OOZ and make tmt tMl
Maaagare moth# airicteat mae of tha forty or Sfly niBea on them without recQ, Jenatxy for Meroedea. Bdge for better than any other laxative.- Ouan
Uktag any food with him. He had Napier. Durey. Rougier and GabrlH anteed to cure blllouaneaa and const!a great dialika |o any outfit for hit for Lorralna-DIHrich. Oollomb and patloo. tic at Bugbee Drag Om.
BBCORD WANT ADI. PAY.
axcoraloan.
TaddeolU for
Frank H- Meads. Hannah drag atore.

SIME PR06MM tGIIN

l£A»ETHE“BIGIIIIIEr

SYSONBY WILL BE SHOWN
A RACING SKELETON

"::dM0RE usv monei
FOR JACK

Smalley

Special to the Bmlng Re<«4.
Glen HaVon. lUch.. j«il 2S.-Otoii
Ham. ta a pretty UtUe hamlet locat­
ed oe Lake MJfhlgan. The loeatioa oC
the village here or rather the ahipphig
IbbI BeagoQ. HowvTer« there
Iniereota and merrantlle store was
prompted by the fact it bad no rail­
aremfBwthat wiali they hhd,
road and must of course depend up
BadalATMe nnmber thtt are
cn the water faclliiira in ord- • to get
glad they aid.
rid of their manwfactured lumber, and
to get the necessary good* for the
residents of Glen lUven to exlrt uptA.
We are now lioohiiiK orthrough thl* medium. Howtwer Glen
dere with the WISE
for
Haven has other water surrounding
in beautiful GIcq l.ake which la equH1907 niotori.
ly fascinating and attractive to ^Hvth
their lesidenla und the travellers as
they perchanco to pass through this
Itcanty spot of the north.
n. H. Day 1* the b-adlng businessmaa of this prvtiy’ hamlii and in
AGENT
fsrt he has prarlicmily oHgInated
Cil phone HT2 i:n Cais8t.
every feature of Glek liaven\ busi­
ness life and by hi* apbndld oilginl*Inc skill, cool mlcnlatlNe pt^ueirv. ami |
rouserv-atlam In all his l•ll*{neHH t
has made It posslt>u. f,u th»village
of r.leii Haven to exlNt and Im
Vi
to !hofM‘ living within it.^

realm* nnd th»* Kurroundlng cfumtiy
he has caused a
Flop tliapoly planU. ia
fun her fortlfliM
................................
.
wvpral aizps.
b»»*ng large tlml**! bolding
Phonr for priori. Wo tleli>w.
it to Insure the mnrspz rptUuUyy l(. the
village. Thl.* mill was built uimn
imnS^lprotty shore* of Gl.*ii laik.*. n> a* to
have thl* lake to raft log* u|kmi from
all aides of live lake, to be sawed into
Florist
lumber and then luadi*d upon his min
iature'Vars and n«nspam*d qv« lUmd
to Uke Michigan. o-distanezA
murly
two mil.** by rellnuid. Fivim heiv the
lumlrer Is lutt aUu.r.1 vessels and shlje
|NHl to dlfferont |Mdnts In the V. S.
Bayc yon accounu Uut
Ml. Day was not unrnlndfiU of the
.iwelhu's b.*si IntercM* at Gbm Haven.
W)' he built a laFge spacious geti.*rai
store building and load.*.! Its *h.iv.*s
with z*v.*ry mercantile cziinmollty
known to exist, for the towns residl
Old Boconnta promptly atUm.lo.1
dents and the rurnl .la.-llers. Hi* also to anti I oan mAke money for you
built a large h.Uel. livery and fe.1l
tiaiti. He has a hlnoksmlth shop and
a miniature lighting plant, to light up
his mill. stOM*. hrdel nn«l dlfr.*rt*iil CoIlK tion Atsmey. over Hamilton
Clotbiutt Oo.
town dw.lling* With all ih.*M* f.*a
lures lak.*n log.*i!u*r give the >.**!dent* of Glen Hnven. quit.* an envi
Travers# City
h . Sept. 10. IWf. ' . ^
iihle p.isUI«m hy ..lh.*r towns tumh
I hava placed a number of greounU
larger near ;h.*m
This villag.*. like auoih.M* 'in thU with A. Pohorala agency for coHeclIon.
many
of
them
long
outlawed; but
section of the r.iiintry I* partially
l.ullt on Ijilie Michigan nnd partiHliy just the same Mr. pohoral brought tha
on Glen Lake, making It a m.*cca b»r delinqucula to Ume and prompt aethimdiiHls of lourists and r«*.s.ot. rs to tlemeotJ.
Dr. r, U Aahtoo. DentUL
sp.*nd the summer mouth* at. and
acore* ii|sin scores^of piz*lty cutag.**
can In* a<*en here un.I th.*re around ORANO RAPIDS I INDIANA RT
Ihe shores of Glen Uik.* Dojr.*iis of
Nut.
Ho«t>aC«M
boats can I « s.-z n ,M|s»n <;i.*n l^k.*

Walter M. Paige
Boston Ferns

FRANK M. PAINE

Arc Your Collections Slow
You Have Given Up?,

If you 'have, let me collect
them for you.

A. Pohoral

m

ih. li ocz upam* an j.yvouH and
over the splendid catch.** of fish I
aro able to timke b.*ie zs*ieli ,lav
hall ibl* as b.*iiig th.* •on,, re
spot wlihoiii an <*qu:ir* In this mu
the north. Th.n again th.* hcmitlfu
fruit fm-m*. and garden* leave an Trwla 1«*VM Tiwrww* City for
•xcrpl duniUy. ml 8 40 p in
Impreasion on the vlsltiVs to this s|s.t
that only time deepens ‘and holds. da^fr.
them from their hom.*s In th.
and business places » gizat shat.* ot jHundiy
ETTIV- SB Trsve ctiyaBwuday xmtj
the year as th. y wander h.*:e. au-l | j
there In the fi.sh whoI.Miim- mr of Tr^.n

'.issri:?

foric

Grand Opera House
Friday Night

January 25
One Ton
E

! is equal to
One of the greatest plays
ever wriilen. true to life,
teaching a lieatitifal les­
son, wliioh mn :W^5 nighU
iu New York City.
Proaentt^ ))j local talent nnder
the direction of Bendell Melton
Garfield, Buffalo. N. Y.,
for the benefit of

Traverse aiy mve No.
5»,L.O. T. M.M.
Dpn’t fail to tee th.- KN»t fire
■oeoe. Home in fl»mes with
firemen in opentkMi.

Prices; 18e.88eai4xse.
Seat MOe opeu lOa. m. Wedoeedey, Ju. xSTiTbox office.
j

Two Tons
of

Coke is the ideal fool,
No duit; no smoke; very
little ashoa«
Wehavorodawdtheprieeto

SS^ES
Traverse City
Gas Co.

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